For Sale is an Edition of the Illustrated London News November 4th 1865. This Issue contains 12 Pages, 24 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume.
Condition of Print is Bright and Clear, and pages contain hardly any Foxing. Spine strengthened with Filmoplast Tape.
Articles. 1- The Italian Elections. (Front Page). 2- Foreign and Colonial Intelligence. 3- Metropolitan News. 4- Country News. 5- Births, Marriages, Deaths. 6- The Court. a- The Prince and Princess of Wales. b- The Crown Prince and Crown Princess of Prussia. c- Prince and Princess Louis of Hesse. 7- Church and Universities. 8- Echoes of the Week. 9- The Farm. 10- Fine Arts. a- Winter Exhibition at the Rooms of the Society of British Artists. b- Winter Exhibition at the French Gallery, Pall-Mall. 11- National Sports. 12- Monetary Transactions of the Week. 13- The Markets. 14- Lord Palmerston. 15- Funeral of Lord Palmerston. a- The Funeral Procession. b- The Funeral Ceremony. 16- Tiverton, Devon. 17- Kelso, Roxburghshire. 18- The Cotton-Ship Glad Tidings at Liverpool. 19- The Eglinton Monument at Ayre. 20- The Combermere Monument at Chester. 21- Music. 22- The Theatres. 23- Obituary of Eminent Persons. a- Viscount Gort. b- The Dowager Viscountess Hardinge. c- Egerton Leigh Esq. d- Mr. Justice Compton. 24- Chess, with Problem No. 1132. 25- Wills and Bequests.
Engravings. 1- The Funeral of Lord Palmerston : The Clergy Receiving the Body at the West Door of Westminster Abbey. 2- The Late Lord Palmerston, K.G. and G.C.B., First Lord of the Treasury. 3- Tiverton, Devonshire, for which Lord Palmerston sat in the House of Commons. 4- The Funeral of Lord Palmerston in the North Transept of Westminster Abbey. (Double Page). 5- The Funeral of Lord Palmerston, the Funeral Procession Passing Charing-Cross. 6- Arrival of the Hearse at the West Door of Westminster Abbey. 7- The New Cemetery at Romsey, with the Vault Opened for the Internment of Lord Palmerston. 8- Funeral of Lord Palmerston : The Hearse Leaving Brocket Hall, Hatfield, Herts. 9- Arrival of the Hearse at Cambridge House, Piccadilly. 10- Unveiling the Statue of the Late Lord Eglinton at Ayre. 11- Uncovering the Equestrian Statue of the Late Field Marshal Lord Combermere at Chester. 12- The Ship Glad Tidings, with a Cargo of American Cotton, Entering the Port of Liverpool. 13- Kelso, Roxburghshire. Lately visited by the Prince and Princess of Wales.