For Sale is an Edition of the Illustrated london news September 2nd 1865. This Issue contains 12 Pages, 24 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume.
Condition of Print is Bright and Clear, Foxing Spots Appear in Places. Binding Holes are showing. Spine Strengthened with Filmoplast Tape. Priced with condition in mind.
Articles. 1- The French Fleet at Portsmouth. 2- Visit of the French Fleet to Portsmouth. 3- Foreign and Colonial Intelligence. 4- Naval and Military Intelligence. 5- Illustrations of the Naval Festival at Cherbourg. 6- Births, Marriages, Deaths. 7- The Court. a- Inauguration of the Memorial Statue to the Prince Consort at Coburg. 8- Church and Universities. 9- Metropolitan News. 10- Country News. 11- Echoes of the Week. 12- The Theatres. 13- Fine Arts. a- The Arundel Society. 14- National Sports. 15- The Markets. 16- The Great Southern Railway of Canterbury, New Zealand. 17- Paris Fashions for September. 18- Salzburg. 19- The New Bishop of Chester. (Rev, Dr, Jacobson). 20- Monetary Transactions of the Week. 21- The Atlantic Telegraph Expedition. 22- The New Parliament. 23- British Archaelogical Association. Congress at Durham. 24- Wills and Bequests. 25- Chess, with Problem No. 1123. 26- Surrender of the New Zealand Chief, William Thompson. 27- Conflict with Chinese Pirates. 28- Obituary of Eminent Persons. a- General Sir George Brown, G.C.B. b- Sir E.P. Tache. c- Major Francis Horatio De Vere. d- Judge Haliburton. e- Archdeacon Coxe. f- W. Entwistle, Esq.
Engravings. 1- The International Festival at Cherbourg :Illumination of the French Ironclad Magenta. (Front Page). 2- The International Naval Festival at Cherbourg. a- The British Admiral's Flagship, Fleet of Yachts, Etc., Dressed in Honour of the Emperor's Fleet Day. (Half Page). b- Officer's Returning from the Banquet at the Hotel De Ville. (Half Page). 3- The Ball at the Hotel De Ville. (Full Page). 4- The British Squadron in the Harbour Saluting in Honour of the Emperor's Fete Day. (Double Page Engraving with Binding Holes Showing). 5- The Right Rev. Dr. Jacobson, the New Bishop of Chester. 6- Paris Fashions for September. 7- Salzburg, the Place of Meeting of the Emperor of Austria and the King of Prussia. (Half Page). 8- Cutting the First Turf of the Great Southern Railway at Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand. (Half Page). 9- The Atlantic Telegraph Expedition. a- The First Buoy, Marking the Supposed Place where the Cable was Grapple, August 3rd. b- The Second Buoy, Marking the exact Place where the Cable was Grappled, August 8th. c- The Paying-Out Machinery of the Great Eastern. 10- Chart of the movements of the Great Eastern during the Search for the Broken Telegraph Cable. 11- The Atlantic Telegraph Expedition. a- Preparing for the Final Attempt to Grapple the Lost Cable. (Full Page). b- The Great Eastern off Brighton on her Return Home. (Full Page). 12- New Zealand Chief, William Thompson, Negotiating with Brigadier-General Carey. 13- Surrender of William Thompson to Brigadier-General Carey. 14- Chinese Pirates Attacked by the British Gun-Boat Opossum, near Hong-Kong.