The Sphere. January 12th 1901.
For Sale is an Issue of "The Sphere," January 12th 1901, Volume IV. No. 51. This Issue contains 16 Pages, 32 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore the Binding holes are showing.
1- Front page shows a Drawing by Wal Paget of "Lord Roberts being Welcomed at Paddington by the Prince of Wales." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
2- The Weekly Article "The Newsletter," showing London Week by Week.
3- Full Page showing the following 2 Half Page Drawings by R. M. Paxton for "The Return of Lord Roberts : His Reception at Cowes."
a- Lord Roberts replying to the Address of Welcome.
b- Princess Henry of Battenberg, as Governor of the Isle of Wight, Receiving Lord Roberts on the "Alberta."
4- Article called "The Veteran Artist of "Punch" and his Successor." By Arthur W. Beckett. (Together with the following Portraits.)
a- Portrait of Sir John Tenniel. (Retiring).
b- Portrait Mr. Linley Sambourne. (Successor).
5- Full Page showing a Drawing by R.M. Paxton, called "The Return of Lord Roberts : His Arrival at Southampton." Also on this Page is a picture of the "Casket Containing the Address."
6- Full Page showing the following Photographs of "The Return of Lord Roberts : His Greeting at Madeira."
a- Lord Robert's and the Governor.
b- Lord Robert's Landing at Funchal on Boxing Day.
c- Lord Robert's and the Populace.
d- Lord Robert's Reception at Funchal.
7- Full Page Article with the following Photographs of "The Return of Lord Roberts : His Future Task at the War Office.
a- Lady Robert's Home before her Marriage.
b- The Home of Lord Robert's Family.
c- The "Canada" with Lord Robert's on board leaving Cape Town.
d- Portrait of Sir Charles Welby, M.P.
e- Portrait of Mr. William Mather, M.P.
f- Portrait of Mr. George Gibb.
g- Sir G. S. Clarke.
h- Mr. e. W. Beckett, M.P.
i- Portrait of Mr. Clinton Dawkins.
8- Full Page Drawing by Charles Wyllie showing "The Return of Lord Roberts : His Lordship on the "Alberta" at Cowes."
9- Full Page showing the following 2 Half Page Drawings for "The Return of Lord Roberts : His Departure from Cape Town."
a- Torchlight Tattoo at Cape Town in Honour of Lord Roberts. (Drawn by A. Pearse.)
b- Lord Roberts on the Quay at Cape Town beside the "Canada." (Drawn by G. Grenville Manton.)
10- Full page showing the following 2 Photographs for " The Return of Lord Roberts : His Brief Visit to Gibraltar."
a- Lord Roberts starting to inspect the Forts.
b- Lord Roberts being presented with an Address in Commercial Square.
(Descriptive Text beneath each Photo.)
11- Full Page Article called " London's Latest Playground : The Aquisition of the Alexandra Palace." (Together with the following Photographs.)
a- The Palace seen from the Meadows.
b- A bit of the Palace Lake.
c- The iNterior of the Palace (Showing the Grand Organ.)
d- The Alexandra Palace at close quarters.
12- Article called "What the Germans will do in China." (Together with the folowing Photographs.)
a- Portrait of General Von Hopfner.
b- Portrait of Major Von Forster.
c- Portrait of the Duke of Ratibor.
d- Count Von Waldersee in his Carriage.
e- Count Von Waldersee's Tour of Inspection round Tientsin.
f- Count Von Waldersee on the Review Ground Tientsin.
13- Full Page Drawing by Bernard Partridge, called "Shakspere's Great War Play - "Henry V." at the Lyceum. Showing King Henry and the Three Conspirators, Lords Scroop, Grey, and Cambridge.
14- Full Page Illustration drawn by Hal Hurst called "A Contrast of Two Centuries : Love's Chariot in 1801."
15- Full Page Illustration drawn by Hal Hurst called "A Contrast of Two Centuries : Love's Chariot in 1901."
16- Article called "The Jubilee of Canterbury, New Zealand." A Letter by our special Commissioner, Mr. Stafford Ransome.
17- Full page called "A Menagerie in Model : Natural History Tableaux at the Crystal Palace. (Showing the following 2 Tableaux.)
a- Scene in the Canadian Mountains. Red Deer, Canadian Deer, and Fallow Deer.
b- The Polar Bear.
18- The Weekly Article "A Literary Letter."
19- Short Story called "The Shadow of Fate," written by Adeline Sergeant, and Illustrated by Arthur Garratt.
20- Full Page Portrait called "The Famous French Artist : Who Painted Her own Portrait. Showing "Miss Madame Le Brun and Her Child."
21- The Weekly Article "Amusements."
22- The Weekly Article "Men and Women," together with the following Portraits.
a- Mr. Rudolph Chambers Lehmann. - New Editor of the "Daily News".
b- Rev F. E. Ridgeway, D.D. - New Bishop Suffragan of Kensington.
c- The Late Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar. - Charles Alexander.
d- The New Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar.- Grandson of the Late Grand Duke.
e- M. Jules Riviere. - Famous Musical Composer.
f- Sir John Jaffray. - Of the "Birmingham Daily Post".
g- Mr. E. M. Wimperis. - Distinguished Water-colour Artist.
h- The Dowager Lady Churchill.
23- The Weekly Article called "The Outlook on Foreign Affairs. By A. R. Ropes.
24- Article called "London's Welcome to Lord Roberts." Together with the following 2 Photographs.
a- Lord Roberts Leaving the "Canada" at Southampton.
b- The train that brought Lord Roberts to London from Southampton.
25- Double Page Print drawn by Ernest Prater called "The Meeting of Two Great Generals - Lord Roberts passing the Statue of his famous countryma, the Duke of Wellington." (No binding holes in this Print).
26- Drawing by A. Pearse showing Lord Roberts at "The Lunch at Buckingham Palace." (Together with details of who was at the Lunch, and what the Lunch was like.)
27- Full Page called "The Growth of Hooliganism : And the Housing of London's Poor." (Showing Photographs from the following places, with descriptive Text)
a- Bethnal Green.
28- The Weekly Article "Woman's Sphere." By Angela.
Condition is Good, with the Spine being strengthened with Filmoplast tape.