For Sale is an Edition of the Illustrated London News August 26th 1865. This Issue contains 12 Pages, 24 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume.
Condition is Bright and Clear, Pages Tanned, with light Foxing Spots scattered around. Spine strengthened with Filmoplast Tape.
Articles. 1- The Diary of the Cable. (Atlantic Telegraph Cable). 2- The Breaking of the Atlantic Telegraph Cable on Board the Great Eastern. 3- Foreign and Colonial Intelligence. 4- Opening of the Canadian Parliament. 5- Church and Universities. 6- The Great Eastern Railway Hotel and Terminus at Harwich. 7- The Foreign Cattle Trade in the Port of London. 8- Births, Marriages, Deaths. 9- The Court. a- The Prince and Princess of Wales. b- Prince Albert. 10- Echoes of the Week. 11- The Theatres. 12- "Lady Gertrude Patrick." 13- "Le Petit Minet." 14- Metropolitan News. 15- Country News. 16- Naval and Military Intelligence. 17- The Farm. 18- The Markets. 19- Annual Meeting of Welsh Bards in the Vale of Conway. 20- The Sailing-Barge Race on the Thames. 21- The Lancaster Floral, Musical, and Athletic Festival. 22- Sir W. J. Hooker, D.C.L. 23- Monetary Transactions of the Week. 24- Great Sculling Match at King's Lynn. 25- Royal Victoria Yacht Club. 26- Current Literature. 27- The New Parliament. 28- Obituary of Eminent Persons. a- Sir William Johnston, Bart. b- Sir Benjamin Heywood, Bart. c- General Sir Frederick Stovin, G.C.B. d- Sir Francis W. Austen, G.C.B., Admiral of the Fleet. e- The Ven. Archdeacon Wilkins. f- Lieutenant-Colonel F.N. Edmonstone. 29- Wills and Bequests. 30- The Visit of the British Channel Squadron to Cherbourg. 31- Chess, with Problem No 1122. 32- Scientific News. 33- Archaeology of the Month. 34- The Sussex Archaelogical Society. 35- The North-East London Exhibition of Arts and Manufactures.
Engravings. 1- The Breaking of the Atlantic Telegraph Cable on Board the Great Eastern. 2- Examining the Atlantic Telegraph Cable, after Raising it, on Board the Great Eastern. 3- The Great Eastern Railway Terminus and Hotel at Harwich. 4- Foreign Cattle on Board the Batavier, London Rotterdam Steamer. 5- Landing Foreign Cattle at the British and Foreign Wharf, near the London Docks. 6- Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick, Painted by Sir Joshua Reynolds, in the Exhibition of the Works of Old Masters. At the British Institution. 7- "Le Petit Minet," By W.L. Thomas. From the Exhibition of the Institute of Painters in Water-Colours. 8- The Matterhorn, from a Sketch by Mr. Edward Whymper. 9- The Late Sir W.J. Hooker, Director of the Royal Gardens at Kew. 10- Floral, Musical, and Athletic Festival at Springfield Park, Lancaster. 11- Meeting of Welsh Bards at Lynn Geiriwnydd, in the Vale of Conway. 12- Sailing-Barge Race on the Thames : Rounding the Nore Light-Ship. 13- Sculling Match for £250 between Kelley, Chambers, and Cooper, in the Eau Brink Cut, King's Lynn. 14- Display of Fireworks in the inner Harbour of Cherbourg, in Honour of the British Channel Squadron. 15- The Town Cup of the Royal Victoria Yacht Club. 16- The Commodore's Cup of the Royal Victoria Yacht Club. 17- Review of French Troops on the Place Napolean at Cherbourg. 18- The British Channel Squadron in Portland Roads. 19- The British Channel Squadron entering Cherbourg Harbour. 20- Pulborough Church, Visited by the Sussex Archaeological Society. 21- Opening of the North-East London Exhibition of Arts Manufactures at the Agricultural Hall, Islington. 22- Meeting of the Sussex Archaeological Society at Amberley Castle.