For Sale is an Edition of The Sketch for July 8th 1896. This Issue contains 26 Pages, 52 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. Condition is Good, with Print being Bright and Clear. No Foxing.
Contents. 1- Front Page shows a Portrait of "Mrs. Harriet Beecher-Stowe." 2- The Weekly Article "At Randon." By L.F. Austin. 3- Article called "The Merry "Moke." 4- Article called "Two Idols of the People." a- The Late Miss Jenny Hill. b- The Late Mrs. Beecher-Stowe. 5- Small Article on "The Opera." 6- The WQeekly Article "Small Talk." 7- Small Photograph of "The Bardic Chair." 8- Full Page Photograph of "Mr. Justic Bruce." 9- Photograph of the Tenor Mr. Jack Robertson. 10- Photograph of "The Sisters Abbott." 11- Photograph showing "Fagin's Kitchen, showing the Entrance to the Yard." 12- Full Page Photograph of Madame Amy Sherwin. 13- Article called "The London Publishers." - XIV. -Messrs. Methuen & Co. 14- Article with the following Photographs for "The Queen's Proctor," at the Royalty Theatre. a- The Hon. Miss Pilkington (Miss Helen Rous). b- Mrs. Maydew (Miss Mabel Beardsley). c- Lady Roller (Miss E. Scott Daymar). d- The Maid (Miss Stewart) and the Butler (Mr. Troode). e- The Waiter (Mr. Kinghorne) and Popplecombe (Mr. Hendrie). f- Caesar Borgia (Mr. Elliot) and Sir Victor (Mr. Bourchier). g- Popplecombe and Sir Victor. h- Lady Crofton (Miss Vanbrugh), Sir Victor, and Caesar. i- Caesar, Popplecombe, The Waiter, and Sir Victor. j- Lady Crofton, Sir Victor, and the Waiter. k- Sir Victor, The Waiter, and Lady Crofton. 15- Article called "The Religion of the Greeks." 16- Article called "Marriage of an Indian Prince." Together with the following Photographs. a- Sir Wakatsingji, K.C.I.E., Rajah of Lunawada, and His Eldest Son, The Bridegroom. b- The Bridegroom Starting to Ride in the Marriage Procession. 17- Article called "Married in Haste." 18- Article called "The Art of the Day." Showing a Full Page of Photograph of a Painting of "Miss Cooper-Opie." 19- The Weekly Article on "Art Notes." 20- Article called "The Notorious Jack Shephard." 21- Photograph of "Miss Gladys Valerie Gravell and Miss Muriel Helena Gravell." 22- Full Page showing "The Song of Songs." No.7. The Shulamite is sent, by the King, to Her Beloved. Illustrated by Gilbert James. 23- Rowing Article called "The Yale Crew." Showing a Photograph of the "First Appearance of the Yale Crew on English Waters, Henley-on-Thames, June 16th 1896." 24- Verse called "In Defence of Decadence." by L.J. Macquilland. 25- Article called "At the Autograph Dealer's." - A Chat with Mr. Wheeler of Pall Mall. 26- The Weekly Feature "The Light Side of Nature" Showing Illustrations Drawn by the following. a- Gunning King. b- Owen. c- Rene Bull. d- RAB. 27-The Weekly Article "A Novel in a Nutshell."-A Question of Denominationalism. By G. Stanley Ellis. 28- The Weekly Article "The Literary Lounger." 29- Half Page Advert for "Mappin & Webb's." 30- Quarter Page Advert for "Three Castles" Cigarettes. 31- Quarter Page Advert for "Howard's Easy CHairs." 32- Full Page Advert for "Elliman's Embrocation." 33- The Weekly Article "The World of Sport." By Olympian. 34- Photograph of the Cricketer Mr. J.R. Mason. 35- Article "Racing Notes by Captain Coe." 36- Half Page Advert for "Wilson & Gill." 37- Article called "Notes on the Theatre." By Monocle. 38- Article called "Hors D'Oeuvres." By Marmiton. 39- The Weekly Article "Society on Wheels." 40- Half Page Advert for "Rosbach." 41- The Weekly Article "Our Ladies Pages." a- Sales and Sacrifices. By Sybil. b- The School for Scandal. By Florence. 42- Full Page showing 4 Quarter Page Illustrations by S.H.B. of "Academy Caricatures, as seen through Commercial Spectacles." 43- The Weekly Article "City Notes."