For Sale is an Edition of the Illustrated London News for October 3rd 1846. This Issue contains 8 Pages, 16 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume.
Condition is Very Good, Bright and Clear, very little Foxing. Spine Strengthened with Filmoplast Tape.
Articles. 1- Merit and Reward. 2- Foreign Intelligence. 3- The Court and Haut Ton. 4- The Disaster to the "Great Britain" Steamer. 5- Accidents and Offences. 6- The Marazion and Mount's Bay Regatta. 7- The Great Wellington Statue. 8- Nooks and Corners of England : Richmond Palace. 9- Latest Foreign News. 10- Naval and Military Intelligence. 11- Ireland. a- Rioting and Bloodshed at Dungarvon. 12- Gossip of the Week. 13- Music. 14- The Theatres. 15- Literature. 16- Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased. 17- Epitome of News - Foreign and Domestic. 18- Metropolitan News. a- The New Palace at Westminster. b- Election of Lord Mayor. c- The Inauguration Dinner of the Sheriffs. 19- Angling Notes for the Month. 20- Splendid Meteor. 21- North Staffordshire Railway. 22- Gold ; or, The Half-Brothers, By Camilla Toulmin. (Chapter XI.) 23- Parision Fashions for October. 24- National Sports. a- Pheasant Shooting. b- Tattersalls. c- Aquatics. 25- Monetary Transactions of the Week. 26- The Markets. 27- Country News. 28- Chess, - with Problem No. 141.
Engravings. 1- Front Page Engraving "Colossal Statue of the Duke of Wellington. - By M.C. Wyatt, Esq. 2- The "Great Britain" Steam-Ship. - Sketched on the Morning after she went Ashore at Rathmullan. 3- Royal Western Yacht Club Regatta, in Mount's Bay. - "The Grand Turk," and "The Lily of Devon." Drawn by Mr. N.M. Condy. 4- Remains of Richmond Palace. 5- The Statue of Wyatt's Foundry. 6- The Grand Procession of the Wellington Statue. Turning down Park Lane. 7- Arrival of the Wellington Statue at the Arch. 8- Splendid Meteor. 9- Angling Notes for the Month. - The Chub. 10- Agricultural Pictures. - "Thatching." Drawn by Duncan. 11- Paris Fashions for October. 12- Commencement of the North Staffordshire Railway. 13- Raising the Wellington Statue.