For Sale is an Issue of the Illustrated London News September 23rd 1865. This Issue contains 12 Pages, 24 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume.
Condition is Bright and Clear, with very little Foxing, Spine has been strengthened with Filmoplast Tape.
Articles. 1- The Fenian Movement. (Front Page). 2- Provincial Exhibitions of Art and Industry. a- The Reading Exhibition. b- The Birmingham Exhibition. c- The Wakefield Exhibition. 3- Foreign and Colonial Intelligence. 4- The Loan Collection at the Palais De L'Industrie, Paris. Armour, Metal-Work, Faiences, and Terra-Cottas. 5- Meeting of the British Association at Birmingham. Excursions to Malvern and the Wrekin. 6- Births, Marriages, Deaths. 7- The Court. a- The Prince and Princess of Wales. b- Prince Amadeus. 8- Church and Universities. 9- Metropolitan News. 10- The Cattle Plague. 11- Country News. 12- "The Building of the new Castle on the Tyne, 1080." 13- Music. 14- Amusements. 15- Naval and Military Intelligence. 16- Wills and Bequests. 17- Professor Dr. John Phillips. 18- Swinhoe's Pheasant. 19- The Markets. 20- Monetary Transactions of the Week. 21- The Welsh National Eisteddfod at Aberystwith. 22- The Farm. 23- Fine Arts. a- "Marmor Homericum." 24- Current Literature. 25- National Sports. 26- Illustrations of the Gloucester Musical Festival. 27- The New Church of St. Michael and All Angels, Shoreditch. 28- Scientific News. 29- The Children's Employment Commission. 30- Obituary of Eminent Persons. a- Sir H.H. Johnson-Walsh, Bart. b- The Earl of Strathmore. c- General De Lamoriciere. d- Admiral Smythe, F.R.S. e- Sir William R. Hamilton. f- The Rev. Robert Moore, M.A. g- Johann Franz Encke. h- Louis Isidore Duperrey. i- The Rev. Mr. Oakley, M.A. 31- The Social Science Congress. 32- Chess, with Problem No. 1126. 33- The British Association. Excursions. 34- Burning of St. Mary's Cathedral, Sydney.
Engravings. 1- Opening of the Reading Industrial Exhibition. (Front Page). 2- Meeting of the British Association at Birmingham. a- The Reception-Room. (Half Page). b- Soiree in the Townhall : The Refreshment-Room. (Half Page). 3- Meeting of the British Association at Birmingham.- Excursions to Malvern and the Wrekin. a- The Priory Church, Malvern. b- The Wytch, near Malvern. c- The Wrekin. d- Through the Woods to the WQrekin - " The Pursuit of Science under Difficulties." e- The Secretary of the Severn Valley Field Club Reading a Paper on the Geology of the District. 4- Industrial Exhibition at Bingley Hall, Birmingham. (Full Page). 5- "The Building of the New Castle on the Tyne, 1080." From a Picture by W.B. Scott. (Full Page). 6- Professor Phillips, F.R.S., President of the British Association for 1865. 7- H.M.S. Leopard in Dock at Shanghai. 8- Swinhoe's Pheasant, Lately added to the Collection of the Zoological Society of London. 9- The Wakefield Industrial Exhibition. 10- The Welsh National Eisteddfod at Aberysywith. (Full Page). 11- The Gloucester Musical Festival : The Nave of the Cathedra, Looking West. (Full Page). 12- The Gloucester Musical Festival : The Clerestory, Gloucester Cathedral. 13- South Porch, Gloucester Cathedral. 14- The New Church of St. Michael and All Angels, Shoreditch. 15- Temporary Church within St. Michael's. 16- The Cholera at Malta : The 100th Regiment Encamped on the Glacis of Fort Manoel. 17- Destruction of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Cathedral at Sydney, New south Wales.