For Sale is an Edition of the Illustrated london News March 24th 1855, This Issue contains 12 Pages, 24 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. Condition is Good, being Bright and Clear.
Articles. 1- Front Page Article "The Vienna Conferences." 2- The Russian Prisoners at Plymouth. 3- The War in Asia. 4- The War in the Crimea. 5- Foreign and Colonial Intelligence. 6- Terrible Catastrophe at Bristol. - Total Destruction of an Iron Bridge. 7- All Saints Church, Margaret-Street. 8- The Court. 9- The Balaclava Railway. 10- Imperial Parliament. 11- The Conference at Vienna. 12- Metropolitan News. 13- Town and Table Talk on Literature, Art, &c. 14- Obituary of Eminent Persons. 15- Naval and Military Intelligence. 16- Opening of the Calcutta, Delhi, and Lahore Railway, by the Governor-General of India. 17- Chess, with Problem No. 579. 18- The Royal Wilts Militia. 19- Reception of the Hon. Major Feilding, at Newnham. 20- "A Game of Romps," at the Princess Theatre. 21- Music. 22- The Theatres. 23- National Sports. 24- The Markets. 25- Monetary Transactions of the Week. 26- The Earl of Carlisle, Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland. 27- New Street Letter-Boxes. 28- Exhibition of the National Institution, (Second Notice.) 29- Fine Arts. - The Art Union of Glasgow. 30- Paris Universal Exhibition. 31- Imperial Parliament. 32- Epitome of News - Foreign and Domestic. 33- The Earthquake at Constantinople. 34- Health of the Army of the East. 35- Sebastopol and Vienna. 36- The Late Lieutenant Meynell, of Her Majesty's 75th Foot. 37- The Day of Humiliation. (Fast Day Sermons.)
Engravings. 1- Russian Prisoners at Plymouth. 2- Remains of the Highway Bridge at Bristol. 3- New Church of All Saints, Margaret-Street, Cavendish-Square. 4- Fast-Day Sermons. - (Showing Portraits of the Following.) a- The Ven.- Archdeacon Sinclair (Kensington). b- The Rev. John Jennings (St. John the Evangelist, Westminster). c- The Rev. R. Burgess, B.D. (Trinity, Upper Chelsea). d- The Rev. J.S. Anderson (Whitehall). e- The Rev. W. Curling (St. Saviour, Southwark). f- The Rev. Joseph Brown (Christchurch, Blackfriars-Road). g- The Rev. H. Alford (Quebec Chapel). h- The Rev. Cornelius Hart (Old St. Pancras). i- The Rev. F.W. Wrench (St. Michael, Cornhill). j- The Rev. Robert Montgomery (Percy Chapel). k- The Rev. T.B. Murray (St. Dunstan, East). l- The Rev J. Toogood (St. Andrew, Holborn). 5- Progress of the Balaclava Railway to the Church of Kadikoi. (Full page) 6- Before Sebastopol.- Interior of the Last Parallel, French Line. (Full Page) 7- Embarkation of the Wiltshire Militia, at Portsmouth. 8- "The Croesus" Leaving Portsmouth Harbour, with the Wiltshire Militia on Board. 9- Reception of the Hon. Major Feilding, at Newnham Hall, on his return from the Crimea. 10- Scene from the new Farce of "A Game of Romps," at the Princess Theatre. 11- His Excellency the Earl of Carlisle, K.G. Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland. 12- Interior of new Letter-Box. 13- The new Post-Office Letter-Box, at the corner of Fleet-Street and Farringdon-Street. 14- "Reading a Chapter." - Painted by C. Dukes. - Exhibition of the National Institution of Fine Arts. 15- "Tranquility." - Painted by A. Gilbert. - Exhibition of the National Institution of Fine Arets. 16- Bridge at Broussa. - from a Sketch by James Robertson, of Constantinople. 17- Lake and Ruins at Inkerman. 18- Her Majesty in "The Fairy," Passing through the Fleet at Spithead. 19- The Steam-Frigates "Leopard" and "Fulton" attacking Kauban, on the Circassian Coast. 20- Firman sent by the Sultan to the Family of the Late Lieutenant Meynell. 21- Portrait of the Late Lieuternant Meynell. 22- Graves at Scutari.