Showyards of the Royal Agricultural Society of England at Plymouth
Visit of the Prince and princess of Wales to Plymouth : The Royal Yacht Osb
Illustrated London News, July 29th 1865.
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For Sale is an Edition of the Illustrated London News July 29th 1865. This Issue contains 12 Pages 24 Sides, and has been taken from a bound Volume.
Condition of Print is Bright and Clear, Pages are Lightly Tanned. Hardly any Foxing. The Odd Age Mark appears in places. Spine strengthened with Filmoplast Tape.
Articles. 1- Results of the Elections. 2- Foreign and Colonial Intelligence. 3- Naval and Military Intelligence. 4- Country News. 5- Church and Universities. 6- The Farm. 7- The Murder of a Missionary by the Maoris in New Zealand. 8- Pure Merino Ram Exhibited at the Dresden Show. 9- Births, Marriages, Deaths. 10- The Atlantic Telegraph. 11- The Court. a- Departure of the Queen of the Netherlands. b- The Prince and Princess of Wales. c- Marriages in High Life. 12- Echoes of the Week. 13- Archaeology of the Month. 14- The Visit of the Prince and Princess of Wales to Plymouth. 15- Music. a- Meyerbeer's Opera "L'Africaine." 16- The Theatres. 17- National Sports. 18- The Trial and Conviction of Constance Kent. 19- The Markets. 20- Monetary Transactions of the Week. 21- The National Rifle Association Prize Meeting at Wimbledon. 22- The New House of Commons. 23- The Middlesex Industrial School at Feltham. 24- Wreck of the Mail-Steamer Athens, at the Cape of Good Hope. 25- Laying the Foundation-Stone of the new Bridge at Blackfriars. 26- Laying the Foundation-Stone of Old Blackfriars Bridge in 1760. 27- The Election. 28- Current Literature. 29- Chess, with problem No. 1118. 30- Obituary of Eminent Persons. a- Mr. Benjamin Gompertz, Esq. b- Lieutenant Clutterbuck. c- Mrs. Brand. d- Mr. W.K. Wilson. e- Prince Frederick of Schleswig-Holstein. f- Lord Francis Douglas. 31- Wills and Bequests. 32- Prize Donkeys, the Property of Miss Burdett Coutts.
Engravings. 1- The Lord Mayor of London Laying the Foundation-Stone of the New Bridge at Blackfriars. (Front Page). 2- The Murder of a Missionary by the Maoris in New Zealand. a- Capture of the Rev. Mr. Volkner on Board the Schooner Eclipse, at Levy's Wharf, Opotiki. (Half Page). b- Savage Dance of the Pai Marire Fanatics. (Half Page). c- Captain Levy, Master of the Schooner Eclipse. d- Scene of the Murder of the Re. Mr. Volkner, at Ototiki, New Zealand. 3- Merino Ram, Lately Exhibited at Dresden. 4- Visit of the Prince and Princess of Wales to Plymouth : The Royal Yacht Osborne Passing through the French and English Squadrons of Ironclads in Plymouth Sound. (Full page). 5- Showyards of the Royal Agricultural Society of England at Plymouth. (Full Page). 6- Paris Fashions for August. (Half Page). 7- Visit of the Prince and Princess of Wales to Plymouth. a- The Prince and Princess Landing at Barnpool, Mount Edgcumbe. b- Mount Edgcumbe, Visited by their Royal Highnesses. c- The Royal Highnesses in the Showyard of the Royal Agricultural Society. 8- Mr. Sharman, 4th West York Rifle Volunteers, the winner of the Queen's Prize. 9- The National Rifle Association : The Evening Band in the Volunteer Camp. 10- The National Rifle Association Prize Meeting at Wimbledon. a- Diversions of the Camp : The Highland Games. (Half Page). b- The Foot-Races. (Half Page). c- Running and Loading for the Horatio Ross Prize. (Quarter Page). d- The Picket Going Camp Rounds. (Quarter Page). 11- Annual Inspection of the Middlesex Industrial School at Feltham. 12- Sir Thomas Chitty, Lord Mayor of London, Laying the Inauguration-Stone of Old Blackfriars Bridge in 1760. - Taken from an Old Engraving. 13- Wreck of H.M.S. Athens in Table Bay, Cape of Good Hope. 14- Pair of Donkeys in Harness Exhibited by Miss Burdett Coutts at the Mule and Donkey Show in the Agricultural Hall, Islington.