Illustrated London News, July 12th 1862.
For Sale is an Issue of "The Illustrated London News, July 12th 1862." This issue contains 20 Pages, 40 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore the binding holes are showing.
Condition is Good, Print is Clear, with light foxing spots in places.
1- Front page Article called "Royal Marriages.- Princess Alice."
2- Foreign and Colonial News.
3- Country News.
4- Metropolitan News.
5- The National Rifle Association Prize-Competition at Wimbledon.
6- The Court.
a- Prince Louis and Princess Alice of Hesse.
b- The Grand Ducal Family of Hesse.
7- Church and Universities.
8- British Institution. - Works by Deceased British Artists.
9- The Weekly Article "Sketches in Parliment."
10- Imperial Parliament.
11- Fort Pillow.
12- Monetary Transactions of the Week.
13- The Markets.
14- The London Gazette. - Bankrupts.
15- Births, Marriages, and Deaths.
16- The International Exhibition.
a- "Go to Sleep !" Marble Group. By J. Durham.
b- "The Bad Neighbours." Painted by C. Verlat.
c- The highlands of SCotland.
d- Chimneypiece, by L. Marchand, of Paris.
e- A Lady's Glance at the International Exhibition. - No. III. - Lace.
f- Gold and Silver Work at the International Exhibition.
g- Iron Gates by W. Baily and Sons.
h- Engineers Tools.
i- The British Pictures at the International Exhibition. - No. IV.
j- The Water-Colour Drawings at the International Exhibition.
k- The Textile Manufacturers in the International Exhibition - British and Foreign.
l- "Nameless and Friendless." Painted by Miss Osborn.
m- "Girl of the Parish of Rattvik, in Dalecarlia, by the Fireside." By Johan Frederick Hockhert.
n- The Prize Medal.
o- Carpets in the International Exhibition.
p- Mineralogy and chemistry, and their Applications, in the international Exhibition.
q- Echoes of the Week, and the International Exhibition.
r- British Furniture.
s- Carved Ebony Cabinet, by H. Fourdinois.
t- Carpet in the international Exhibition . By J. Templeton and Co., Glasgow.
u- The Jewellery of the International Exhibition.
18- Scientific News.
a- The Prediction of the Weather.
b- Intra-Mercurial Planet.
c- Geological Section at Leith.
d- The igniting Point of Coal Gas.
e- The Metal Thallium.
f- The Glass of Pompeii.
g- New Method of Forming Soap-Bubbles.
h- Microscopes in the International Exhibition.
19- Metropolitan Main Drainage.- Inspection of the Works by Members of the Houses of Lords and Commons.
20- Lord Portman, President of the Royal Agricultural Society.
21- The Trial of Steam-Ploughs at Farningham.
22- The Prize Animals at the Royal Agricultural Society's Show.
23- Wedding Prersents to Princess Alice.
24- Obituary of Eminent Persons.
a- Henri Hurrau De Senarmont.
b- Major-General Bruce.
c- Lady Edward Fitzalan Howard.
d- The Duke De Pasquier.
25-Wills and Bequests.
26- The Case of the Emily St. Pierre.
27- Hooper's Patent Submarine Telegraph Cables.
28- The Drinking-Fountain in Regents Park.
29- Sir Thomas More's Seals.
30- Lord's Patent Loading-Chamber.
31- The Fothergill Memorial Fountain at Darlington.
32- Naval and Military Intelligence.
33- Chess. - With Problem No. 959.
35- The Theatres.
a- New Adelphi.
36- National Sports.
37- New Racecourse at Fontainebleau.
38- Olympic Festival at Liverpool.
39- Choral Festival in Peterborough Cathedral.
1- Front Page Engraving is for "The Marriage of Princess Alice with Prince Louis of Hasse-Darmstadt : St. Clare, Isle of Wight, the temporary Abode of their Royal Highnesses after their Marriage."
2- Two Full Pages of Engravings showing "Prize Animals from the Royal Agricultural Society's Show in Battersea Park."
3- Full Page Engraving showing "The Marriage of Princess Alice with Prince Louis of Hesse Darmstadt : Departure of their Royal Highnesses from Osborne for St. Clare, the Seat of Colonel Harcourt."
4- Full Page Portrait of "His Royal Highness Prince Louis of Hesse - Darmstadt."
5- Full Page Engraving showing "The Choral Festival in Peterborough Cathedral."
6- Two Half Page Engravings for "The Civil War in America."
a- Portion of the Water Batteries at Fort Pillow, on the Mississippi, after the Evacuation - Looking up the River.
b- Main Battery at Fort Pillow, on the Mississippi, Evacuated by the Confederates on the 5th of June.
7- Engravings for the International Exhibition.
a- "Go To Sleep !" Marble Group. By J. Durham.
b- "The Bad Neighbours," by C. Verlat.
c- Ornamental Iron Gates in the Hardware Court, by W. Baily and Sons.
d- Whitworth's Self-Acting Radial Drilling-Machine, Etc.
e- Chimneypiece in the Nave, by L. Marchand, of Paris.
f- M. Dougall's Stall - The Highlands of Scotland.
g- Full Page Engraving. "Nameless and Friendless," Painted by Miss Osborn.
h- "Girl of the Parish of Rattvik, in Dalecarlia, By the Fireside," by Johan Frederick Hockert."
i- Two Small Engravings showing "The Prize Medal," Obverse and Reverse.
j- Full Page Engraving showing "Floral Carpet, By J. Templeton and Co., of Glasgow and London."
k- Carved Ivory Cabinet, by H. Fourdinois.
l- Enamelled Cup, by Harry Emanuel.
m- Glass Candelabrum, under the East Dome, by F. and C. Osler.
8- Portrait of "Lord Portman, President of the Royal Agricultural Society."
9- Trial of Steam-Ploughs near Farningham, Kent.
10- Drinking-Fountain in the Regent's Park.
11- The Fothergill Memorial Fountain.
12- Hooper's Patent Submarine Telegraph Cables.
13- Lord's Patent Loading-Chamber.
14- Sir Thomas More's Seals.
15- Full Page Engraving for the "Volunteer Games at Liverpool."
16- Portrait of "The Late Major-General the Hon. Robert Bruce, Governor to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales."
17- Town and Fort of Acapulco, on the West Coast of Mexico, with the English and French Squadron lying in the Harbour.
18- Half Page Engraving showing "The New Racecourse at Fontainebleau."
19- Half Page Engraving of "Jonathas, Winner of the First Fontainbleay Stakes."