For Sale is an Issue of "The Sphere," April 27th 1901, Volume V. No. 66. This issue contains 15 Pages, 30 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore the Binding holes are showing.
1- Front Page shows a Drawing by C. A. Buchel of "Mrs. Langtry as Marie Antoinette at the Imperial Theatre, Westminster." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
2- The Weekly Article "The Newsletter," showing London Week by Week.
3- Full Page drawing by Fred Pegram of "Sir Michael Hicks-Beach Expounding the Budget in the House of Commons." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
4- Full Page Illustration drawn by J. Finnemore of "Lord Beaconsfield's Grave at Hughenden. - The Primrose Offering." Showing Queen Victoria placing a Wreath of Flowers on the Tomb. (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
5- Full Page showing a Print called "The Opening of the New Gallery ." Showing Mr. G. F. Watt's great Picture. "Greed and Labour." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
6- Full Page called "Preparing for the America Cup Contest. The Launch of "Shamrock II." Showing the following 2 Photographs a- Sir Thomas Lipton's Yacht, "Shamrock II.," Taking the Water at Dumbarton. b- "Shamrock II." Floating on its Specially-Constructed Pontoon, which concealed the Lines of her Keel. (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page.)
7- Full Page Drawing by Wal Paget of "The Pilgrimage to Mecca," showing "The Procession of the Holy Carpet. (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
8- Full Page Article called "Mr. Kensit's Objection to the New Bishop of London."
9- Full Page showing a Photograph of "The New Bishop of London : Dr. Winnington- Ingram." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
10- Full Page showing an Article called "The Growth of the Free Churches : Baptists and Congregationalists in Conference," written by Fred Rick Atkins. With the following Portraits. The Leaders of Congregationalism. a- Rev. Dr. Parker (President). b- Rev. Dr. R. F. Horton. c- Rev. R. J. Campbell (of Brighton). d- Rev. J. H. Jowett.
The Leaders of the Baptist Denomination. a- Rev Dr. McLaren. (President). b- Rev. W. Cuff. c- Rev. Dr. Clifford. d- Rev. E. Greenhough.
11- Full page showing a Photograph of "The Holy Sepulchre. Easter Ceremonies of the Greek Church." With Descriptive Text.
12- Full Page drawing by W. B. Wollen, showing "Australian Bushmen at the Front - Steeplechasing on the Veldt." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
13- Full Page drawing by Lancelot Speed, called "The Difficulty of Transport in South Africa," showing an Overturned Gun. (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
14- Double Page Print Drawn by Sidney Paget called "Home Sweet Home," - showing "King Edward and Queen Alexandra returning to Sandringham House, their Favourite Residence." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
15- The Weekly Article "Amusements." Showing a Portrait of Mr. Johnston Forbes-Robertson.
16- Full Page called "The Citizen Council which Presides over "The Great Glasgow Exhibition." Showing the following Portraits with Descriptive Text for each. a- Sir David Richmond. b- Mr. Robert Gainlay. c- Mr. H. A. Hedley. d- Sir John Muir. e- Lady Marwick. f- Miss Grace Paterson. g- Lady Gairdner. h- Lady Muir. i- Sir Charles Tennant. j- Sir William Arrol. k- Lord Overtoun. l- Sir Thomas Glen-Coats.
17- The Weekly Story "Clementina." Written by A.E.W. Mason, illustrated by Bernard Partridge. Chapter IV. "Shows that there are better hiding places than a Window Curtain." (To be Continued).
18- The Weekly Article "The Literary Letter." Showing a small Photograph of the "Monument to Dr. Donne in St. Paul's Cathedral."
19- Full Page called "The Outbreak of Plague in South Africa," showing a Drawing by Lance Thackeray of the "Removal of Patients to the Plague Hospital at Maitland, near Cape Town." (Descriptive Text at bottom of Page).
20- Quarter Page Advert for "Warings." (Waring and Gillow Ltd.)