For Sale is an Issue of the Illustrated London News December 2nd 1865. This Issue contains 12 Pages, 24 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume.
Condition shows Pages to be lightly Tanned, with very little Foxing. Spine Strengthened with Filmoplast Tape.
Articles. 1- Spain and Chilli. (Front Page). 2- Foreign and Colonial Intelligence. 3- Metropolitan News. 4- Country News. 5- The Outbreak in Jamaica. a- Suppression of the Revolt. b- "Gordon's Proclamation." c- Meeting of the Ligislature. 6- Births, Marriages, Deaths. 7- The Fenian Trials. 8- The Anglo-Austrian Commercial Treaty. 9- The Court. a- The Prince and Princess of Wales. b- Prince and Princess Louis of Hesse. c- Princess Helena. 10- Church and Universities. 11- The Late Gales on the Western Coast. 12- Winter Exhibition of Sketches and Studies of the Society of Painters in Water Colours. 13- Paris Fashions for December. 14- Payment of the Japanese Indemnity. 15- The Tynemouth Volunteer Life Brigade. 16- Professor Masson. 17- Explorations in Australia. 18- The Markets. 19- Monetary Transactions of the Week. 20- Members out of Parliamentary. 21- Visit of the Prince and Princess of Wales to Melford Hall. 22- Current Literature. 23- Fine Arts. 24- Music. 25- The Theatres. 26- Scientific News. 27- Mr. S.W. Baker, the African Traveller. 28- National Sports. 29- The Farm. 30- Obituary of Eminent Persons. a- Viscount Dillon. b- Colonel J. Glencairn Burns. c- T. J. Pettigrew, Esq. d- Mr. Lovell Reeve. 31- Chess, with Problem No. 1136. 32- Naval and Military Intelligence. 33- Wills and Bequests.
Engravings. 1- Arrival of the Prince and Princess of Wales at Melford Hall, Suffolk, the Seat of Lord Alfred Paget. (Front Page). 2- The Governor's House, Spanish Town. 3- Muritan House and Plantation, Morant Bay. 4- The Outbreak in Jamaica : Maroon Town, Blue Mountains. 5- Scene from "The Watch-Cry," at the Lyceum Theatre. 6- "Sunshine," By L. Smythe, in Wallis's Winter Exhibition, Suffolk-Street. (Full Page). 7- Wreck of the Duncan Dunbar Australian Passenger Ship, on the Coast of Brazil. 8- Vessels Ashore in Batten Bay, Plymouth Sound, During the Late Gale. 9- Rocket-Line Exercise of the Tynemouth Volunteer Life Brigade. 10- Mr. David Masson, Professor of Rhetoric and Belles Lettres at the University of Edinburgh. 11- The Envoys of the Japanese Prince of Nagato Paying the Indemnity for the Affair of Simonosaki. 12- Visit of the Prince and Princess of Wales to Melford Hall. a- The Bonfire on the Green. (Half Page). b- The Shooting Party Counting the Head of Game. (Half Page). 13- The Dublin Exhibition Medal. 14- Mr. S.W. Baker, the African Traveller. (Portrait). 15- Paris Fashions for December. 16- Katchiba, King of the Obbo Country, Going a Journey. 17- The Emigrant Ship Amoor Driving up the Catwater, Plymouth, in the Late Gale. 18- Weapons and Implements of the Tribes of Central Africa, visited by Mr. S.W. Baker.