For Sale is an Issue of the "Illustrated London News," July 5th 1862. This issue contains 12 Pages, 24 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. therefore the Binding holes are showing.
Condition is Very Good.
Articles. 1- Front Page Article called "The Handel Festival." 2- Foreign and Colonial News. 3- Exhibition of the Royal Academy - The Sculpture. 4- The Farm. 5- The Court. a- The Princes and Princesses of Hesse. b- The Crown Prince of Prussia and the Duke of Saxe-Coburg. 6- Church and Universities. 7- Scientific News. a- Heliotypography. b- Motion of the Satellites of Saturn. c- Meteorological Science. d- Chemistry of Wine. 8- Sketches in Parliament. 9- Imperial Parliament. 10- Wills and Bequests. 11- Country News. 12- Metropolitan News. 13- Monetary Transactions of the Week. 14- The Markets. 15- The London Gazette. Bankrupts. 16- The Victoria Fountain. 17- The National Dog Show at Islington. 18- The International Exhibition. 19- Groups of Porcelain Articles by Sir J. Duke and Nephews. 20- Echoes of the Week, and the International Exhibition. 21- Music. - The Handel Festival. 22- The Theatres. a- Lyceum. b- Astley's. c- Standard. d- Pavilion. 23- Chess, with Problem No. 958. 24- The Marriage of Princess Alice. 25- The International Exhibition. a- Wall-Papers by Messrs. Scott, Cuthbertson & Co., and Messrs. John Woollams and Co. b- "Sterne's Maria," Painted by Andrea Appiani, Jun. c- Coventry Ribbons, by J. Ratliff and Son. 26- The Devonport, Stonehouse, and Cornwall Hospital. 27- View of the Royal Agricultural Society's Showyard at Battersea. 28- Royal Thames Yacht Club Schooner Match. 29- Middlesex Society's National Schools,- St. George's-in-the-East. 30- The Lady Godiva Procession. 31- Obituary of Eminent Persons. a- The Right Hon. Sir Charles John Canning. b- Lieutenant-Colonel H. W. Williams-Wynn, M.P. c- Mr. G. B. Seton-Karr. 32- The Two Nestorians in London. 33- Naval and Military Intelligence. 34- National Sports. 35- Fatal Explosion at Birmingham. 36- Illustration of the War in America. 37- Painted Decorations in the International Exhibition.
Engravings. 1- Front Page Engraving is of "The Late Earl Canning." 2- Half Page Engraving showing "The Earl of Mount Edgcumbe Placing the Memorial Stone of the Devonport, Stonehouse, and Cornwall Hospital." 3- Half Page Engraving showing "The Fatal Explosion at a Percussion-Cap Manufactury in Graham-Street, Birmingham : View of the Ruins." 4- Full Page Engraving of "The Lady Godiva Procession at Coventry. 5- Half Page Engraving showing a "General View of the Agricultural Show at Battersea." 6- Half Page Engraving showing "The Last Resting Place of the Late Earl Canning in the North Transept of Westminster Abbey." 7- Full Page Engraving showing the "Prize Dogs from the Exhibition at the Agricultural Hall, Islington." 8- Full Page Engraving showing the "Annual Schooner Race of the Royal Thames Tacht Club : The Yachts at the Mouse Light Ship." 9- Engraving of the "Drinking-Fountain in Victoria Park, The Gift of Miss Burdett Coutts." 10- Engraving showing the following two Portraits of "Two Nestorians at the Strangers' Home for Asiatics, Limehouse. a- Priest Yohanan (John). b- Deacon Yiskhak (Isaac). 11- The International Exhibition. a- 2 Engravings of a "Group of Porcelain Articles by Sir James Duke and Nephews." b- Coventry Ribbons by J. Ratcliff and Son. c- Sterne's "Maria," by Andrea Appiani, Jun., of Milan. d- Wall-Papers by Messrs. Scott, Cuthbertson, and Co., and Messrs. John Woollams and Co. e- Full Page Engraving showing a View in the Natal Court. 12- Small Engraving showing "Middlesex Society's New Schools - St. George's-in-the-East." 13- The War in America : Refugees from Southern Cities on the Mississippi Flocking for Protection to the Federal Transports on their Advance down the River.