For Sale is an Issue of the Illustrated London News October 14th 1865. This Issue contains 12 Pages, 24 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume.
Condition is Good, with Print being Bright and Clear, just a few light Foxing Spots.
Articles. 1- Sheffield Trades and Their Effect Upon Life. 2- Foreign and Colonial News. 3- The Court. a- The Prince and Princess of Wales. b- Prince Alfred. 4- Church and Universities. 5- Naval and Military Intelligence. 6- An Exploring Party on the West Coast of New Zealand. 7- The Thames Embankment and the Metropolitan District Railway. 8- Experiments with the American Torpedo-Shells at Chatham. 9- Echoes of the Week. 10- Members out of Parliament. 11- Country News. 12- Monetary Transactions of the Week. 13- The Markets. 14- Opening a New Dock at Jarrow, on the Tyne. 15- The New Oriental Bank and Share Market, Bombay. 16- The Church Congress at Norwich. 17- "The Foster-Sisters." 18- The Preston Industrial Exhibition. 19- The Social Science Congress at Sheffield. 20- The Farm. 21- National Portrait Exhibition in 1866. 22- Current Literature. 23- Music. 24- The Theatres. 25- Review and Sham Fight on Round Down, Folkestone. 26- Scientific News. 27- A Night Balloon Ascent. 28- Obituary of Eminent Persons. a- Admiral Kitchen. b- Admiral Mainwaring. c- The Rev. Canon Stowell. d- Colonel Alexander. 29- Wills and Bequests. 30- Chess, with Problem No. 1129. 31- National Sports. 32- The Paris Universal Exhibition of 1867.
Engravings. 1- Meeting of the Church Congress in St. Andrew's Hall, Norwich. 2- Exploring Party on the West Coast of New Zealand. (4 half Page Engravings). a- Floating Down the River Teramakau. b- Crossing the River Teramakau. c- Encampment in the Teramakau Valley. d- Mouth of the Wanganui River. 3- Experiments with Torpedo-Shells at Chatham : Explosion of a 440-Pounder. 4- Experiments with Torpedo-Shells at Chatham : Blowing up of the Terpsichore by a 75-Pounder. 5- "The Foster Sisters," by John Bostock, in the Manchester Exhibition. (Full Page). 6- The New Oriental Bank and Share-Market, Bombay. 7- The Late J.F. Herring, Animal Painter. 8- Opening of a New Graving-Dock at Jarrow, on the Tyne. 9- The Right Rev. Dr. Pelham, Bishop of Norwich. 10- The Preston Exhibition of Works of Art and Industry. 11- Testimonial to a French Admiral for Assisting the Crew of the Bombay. 12- Lord Brougham Opening the Social Science Congress at Sheffield. 13- The Social Science Congress at Sheffield : Sir Manockjee Cursetjee Delivering his Essay on Education in India. 14- Review and Sham Fight of the Dover and Shorncliffe Garrisons at Round Down, Folkestone. 15- Plan of the Palace and Park Designed for the Paris Universal Exhibition of 1867.