For Sale is an Edition of the Illustrated London News September 9th 1865. This Issue contains 12 Pages, 24 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume.
Condition of Print is Bright and Clear, Light Foxing does appear in Places, Spine Strengthened with Filmoplast Tape. Binding Holes are showing.
Articles. 1- The Harvest. 2- Illustrations of the Naval Festival at Portsmouth. 3- Foreign and Colonial News. 4- Country News. 5- Births, Deaths, Marriages. 6- Will and Bequests. 7- The Court. a- Return of the Queen from Germany. 8- Church and Universities. 9- Metropolitan News. 10- Music. 11- The Theatres. 12- Scientific News. 13- Meeting for the British Association for the Advancement of Science. 14- National Sports. 15- The Markets. 16- Inspection of Foreign Cattle at the Metropolitan Cattle Market. 17- Monetary Transactions of the Week. 18- Judge Haliburton, the Author of "Sam Slick." 19- The First Mayor of Dudley. 20- Echoes of the Week. 21- The New Parliament. 22- Naval and Military Intelligence. 23- Illustrations of the Town of Birmingham. 24- The Magazines. 25- Opening of the New Public Park at Oldham. 26- Performance of a new Oratario by Francis Liszt. 27- The Chateau of Arenenberg, Switzerland. 28- Obituary of Eminent Persons. a- Lord Henry Gordon. b- The Hon. W.H. Adams. c- Sir John H. Palmer, Bart. d- Major-General Anderson. 29- Chess, with Problem No. 1124. 30- The Farm.
Engravings. 1- The International Festival at Portsmouth : Arrival of the French Fleet - The Solferino Saluting the English Flag. (Front Page). 2- The International Naval Festival at Portsmouth : Ball given by the Town of Portsmouth to the Officers of the French Fleet. (Half Page). 3- The International Naval Festival at Portsmouth : Reception of the French Minister of Marine on Board the Victory. (Half Page). 4- The INternational Naval Festival at Portsmouth : Flight of Rockets and Illumination of the Allied Fleets at Spithead. (Full Page). 5- The International Naval Festival at Portsmouth : The Meeting of the Reine Hortense and the Osborne. (Full Page). 6- The International Naval Festival at Portsmouth : The French Minister of Marine Receiving Admiral Seymour on Board the Reine Hortense. (Full Page). 7- Inspection of Foreign Cattle at the Metropolitan Cattle Market. (Full Page). 8- The Season at Baden-Baden. a- The Trink-Halle. (Half Page). b- The Place De La Conversation. (Half Page). 9- The Late Judge Halburton, Author of "Sam Slick." 10- Entertainment to Four Thousand School Children at Dudley. 11- The new Chinese Order of the Dragon. 12- Heathfield House, near Birmingham, the Residence of James Watt. 13- Handsworth Church, Birmingham, the Burial-Place of James Watt. 14- The Old Crown House, Birmingham. (Half Page). 15- Opening of Alexandra Park at Oldham. (Half Page). 16- The Old Ship Inn, Birmingham, Prince Rupert's Head-Quarters. 17- Franz Liszt Conducting the Performance of his new Oratorio at Pesth. 18- The Chateau of Arenenberg, Switzerland, formerly the Residence of Napoleon III.