The Sphere. March 9th 1901.
For Sale is an Issue of "The Sphere," March 9th 1901, containing 19 Pages, 38 Sides. This Issue has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore the binding holes are showing.
1- Front Page shows a Portrait of "Lord Lansdowne's Antagonist - Viscount Wolseley, The Late Commander-in-Chief." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
2- The Weekly Article "The Newsletter." Showing London Week by Week.
3- Full Page Illustration drawn by Ernest Prater, showing "The Man of the Moment among the Boers : General Louis Botha at Breakfast on the Veldt."
4- Full page of the following Photographs showing "The Ships which will Guard the "Ophir" on her Empire Voyage."
a- "Juno." - A Twin-Screw Second Class cRuiser of 5,600 Tons.
b- "Niobe." - A Twin-Screw First Class Cruiser of 11,000 Tons.
c- "Diadem." - A Twin-Screw First Class Cruiser of 11,000 Tons.
d- St. George." - A Twin-Screw First Class Cruiser of 7,700 Tons.
e- "The Ophir." - Which will take the Duke of Cornwall and York on his Empire Tour.
5- Half Page Photograph showing "The Punitive Expedition in Somaliland."
(The officers who are to punish the Ogaden Somalis).
6- Half Page Photograph of "The Funeral of the Great Composer, Verdi, in Milan. (The Procession passing the Monument of Garibladi).
7- The Weekly Article "Men and Women." Showing the following small Portraits.
a- Mr. Charles Salaman : Famous Musical Composer.
b- Rev. H. Hubert Murray Burge : New Head Master Winchester College.
c- Heinrich Sienkiewicz : The Author of "Que Vadis."
d- Mr. J. L. Wilkinson : General Manager Great Western Railway.
e- The Late James William Defoe : Descendent of the Author of "Robinson Crusoe."
f- Miss Edna Walter : Lady Inspector of Education Board.
g- Miss Mathilde Knudsen : Who Taught Queen Alexander the English Language.
h- The Late Mr. Duncan Cameron : Of Waverley Pen Fame.
8- Full Page Illustration drawn by Wal Paget, showing "Why the War News Tarrieth Long by the Way : Boers caught in the act of Cutting the Telegraph Wires." (Descriptive Text bottom of Page).
9- Full Page Article with Photographs called "The Pursuit of the Redoubtable De Wet."
10- Full Page showing the Following 2 Half Page Drawings by C. Grenville Manton, of "The War in South Africa."
a- Officers Watching the Battle of Witkloof.
b- The Gordons' Camp Watch Dog, "Whose special duty is to catch De Wet".
11- Full page Article called "The Jeopardising of Gibraltar." Written by S.L. Bensusan.
12- Full Page Illustration drawn by Ernest Prater, showing "The First Lady Barrister : The Swearing in of Mdlle. Chauvin." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
13- Article with Photographs on "The Boy who may yet be Emperor of Austria : Archduke Karl taking a lesson on Heat at the Scots School."
14- Full Page Illustration drawn by J. Finnemore, showing "The Fortune in Dutch Cheeses : The Cheese Market at Edam." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
15- Two Pages showing the following Portrait Photographs of "Their Graces our Reigning Duchesses."
a- Duchess of Sutherland : Born Lady Millicent St. Clair-Erskine.
b- Duchess of Newcastle : Born Miss Kathleen Candy.
c- Duchess of Abercorn : Born Lady Mary Curzon.
d- Duchess of Wellington : Born Miss Kathleen Emily Bulkeley Williams.
e- Duchess of Marlborough : Born Miss Consuelo Vanderbilt.
f- H.R.H. Duchess of Fife : Eldest Daughter of the King.
g- Duchess of Argyll : Sister of the King.
h- Duchess of Northumberland : Duke of Argyll's Sister.
i- Duchess of Montrose : Born Miss Violet Graham.
j- Duchess of Devonshire : Countess Louisa von Alten.
k- Duchess of Buccleuch : Duke of Abercorn's Sister.
l- Duchess of Somerset : Miss Susan Mackinnon.
m- Duchess of Bedford : Born Miss Mary Tribe.
n- Duchess of Manchester : Miss Helena Zimmerman.
o- Duchess of Westminster : Miss Cornwallis-West.
p- Duchess of Portland : Born Miss Dallas-Yorke.
q- Duchess of Beaufort : Born Miss Louise Harford.
16- Double Page of 9 Photographs showing "The Expansion of the British Empire - The Annexation of some Beautiful Islands in the South Pacific."
17- Full Page Picture showing "The Latest Viola : Miss Lily Brayton at Her Majesty's Theatre." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
18- The Weekly Article "A Literary Letter."
19- Article wriiten by Vernon Blackburn, called "Every Man his own Paderewski."
20- Story called "McNeil's Parole." Written by "Q." Illustrated by R. M. Paxton. Chapter 1. (To be concluded next week).
21- The Weekly Article "Amusements." Showing the following 3 Photographs.
a- Mr. Martin Harvey in "A Cigarette Maker's Romance," at the Court Theatre.
b- The Future Marchioness of Headfort : Miss Rosie Boote of the Gaiety.
c- Mrs. Patrick Campbell as Mrs. Ebbsmith at the Royalty Theatre.
22- Full page Advert for "Lactopeptine."
23- Article called "Colonel "Sam" Steele of Strathcona's Horse."
24- Full Page Advert for "The Gramophone and Typewriter Ltd."
25- The Weekly Article called "Woman's Sphere." By Angela.
26- Half Page Advert for "Lazenby's Sauce."
27- Half Page Advert for "Bovril."
28- Half Page Advert for "The Hebrew Monarchy."
29- Half Page Advert for "Lemco."
30- Article called "Outlook on Foreign Affairs." Written by A. R. Ropes.
31- Full page Illustration drawn by R. M. Paxton called "The Visit of King Edward VII. to his Sister, the Empress Frederick." (Showing King Edward passing the Old Castle of Cronberg on his return Journey to England).
32- Double Page Print called "The Most Picturesque Incident in the King's Visit to his Sister, the Empress Frederick." Showing The KIng and Emperor on the Way to Friedrichshof from Cronberg. Drawn by Wal Paget.
33- Full Page Illustration drawn by A. Pearse, from a Sketch by R. M. Paxton, showing "King Edward Leaving Cronberg : His Majesty entering the Train."
(Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
Condition is Good, with Pages being lightly Tanned.