For Sale is an Edition of the Illustrated london News March 17th 1855. This issue contains 12 Pages, 24 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume.
Condition is Good, very little Foxing. Spine Strengthened with Filmoplast Tape.
Contents. 1- The Position of Prussia and Austria. 2- The Committee of the Army before Sebastopol. 3- Foreign and Colonial News. 4- The War in the Crimea. a- The Young Emperor's Manifesto. b- The Late Emperor of Russia. c- The Vienna Congress. d- A Threatened Kaffir Outbreak. e- The Disturbances in Australia. f- America. 5- Naval and Military Intelligence. 6- Manufacturing Lint for the Army in the Crimea. 7- The English Hospital at Abydos. 8- Consecration of St. Marylebone New Cemetery. 9- Wreck of the "John Bannerman." 10- The Court. 11- Royal Literary Fund. 12- Town and Table Talk on Literature. 13- The Attack on Eupatoria. 14- The Turkish Contingent. - Grand Banquet to General Vivian. 15- Look-Out Steamers off Sebastopol. 16- Imperial Parliament. 17- Obituary of Eminent Persons. 18- National Sports. 19- Chess, with Problem No. 578. 20- The New Palace at Westminster. 21- The Exhibition of the National Institution. 22- The Spanish Dancers. (The Senora Perea Nena and Senor Marcos Diaz) in the New Ballet. 23- Music. 24- The Theatres. 25- Monetary Transactions of the Week. 26- The Markets. 27- The Present Emperor of Russia. 28- Epitome of News - Foreign and Domestic. 29- Some Observations on the Origin of Chess.- By Duncan Forbes. 30- Turks Conveying Sick to Balaclava. 31- The Entrance to Balaclava. 32- Mounted Policeman for the Crimea. - Soldiers Dragging Stores to the Camp. 33- Literature. 34- Physiology as a Branch of Education.
Engravings. 1- Committee of the House of Commons to inquire into the State of the Army before Sebastopol. 2- The English Hospital at Abydos. 3- Manufacture of Lint for the Army in the Crimea. 4- Wreck of "The John Bannerman," off Holyhead. 5- Consecration of Marylebone New Burial-Ground, at East End Finchley. 6- H.M.S. "St. George" Refitting at Spithead. 7- Banquet at the London Tavern to General Vivian and the English Officers of the Turkish Contingent in the Crimea. 8- The Russian Attack on Eupatoria. 9- Allied Steamers on the Look-Out before Sebastopol. 10- New Palace Westminster. a- Chandelier in the Great Central Hall of the new Palace, Westminster. b- Gates of the Victoria Tower, New Palace, Westminster. 11- "Haunt of the Fallow Deer." - Painted by J.S. Raven.- Exhibition of the National Institution. 12- The Spanish Dancers at the Haymarket Theatre. 13- Alexander II., Emperor of Russia. 14- Sketches on the Black Sea. a- Harbour and Town of Balaclava. b- Wrecks on the Coast East of Eupatoria. c- Village of Djimiteia, on the Coast of Circassia. 15- Turks Conveying the Sick to Balaclava. 16- Entrance to Balaclava. 17- Mounted Policeman for the Crimea. - Soldiers Dragging Stores to the Camp. 18- Dragoons Carrying Planks from Balaclava to the Camp.