The Graphic, October 13th 1883.
For Sale is an Issue of "The Graphic," October 13th 1883. This issue contains 12 Pages, 24 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore the Binding holes are showing.
1- Topics of the Week.
a- Irish Representation.
b- Conservatism in Scotland.
c- Bank Frauds.
e- Mr. Shaw and the French Government.
f- Exam Fever.
g- The "Austral" Judgement.
h- Egyptian Claims on England.
i- Improvident Marriages.
j- Christianity and the Working Class.
k- Tea and Teetotal.
l- Railway Tickets.
2- Home News.
a- Mr. Atkins the delegate of the Indian Railway Servants' Society.
b- Private Inquiry into the Murder of Lord Mountmorres.
c- An Explosion at Sea.
d- Commission of Inquiry into the Woolwich Disaster.,
e- The Commission for a Memorial Statue Commemorative of the Sunderland Music Hall disaster.
3- The Mechanical President.
4- The Reader.
5- Scraps (News).
a- A Grand Impressionist Exhibition.
b- Pious Italians.
c- British Skylarks.
d- Flower Lovers.
e- The Strange Condition of the Sun.
f- Sunday Recreation in England.
g- Lord Coleridge's Visit to the United States.
h- The National Collection of Birds.
i- A Baby Walrus.
j- London Mortality.
6- Foreign. (News).
a- Relations between France and Spain.
b- In Paris the Death of the Son of the Greek Minister M. Mavrocordato.
c- In Spain the quarrel with France is absorbing all circles.
d- In Austria-Hungary attention is fixed upon the debate upon the Croatian question in the Hungarian Lower House.
e- In Italy the Pope received a large number of Italian Pilgrims in St Peter's.
f- The Balkan States.
g- In Russia the funeral of novelist Tourgenieff.
7- The Court.
8- Church News.
a- Leeds Musical Festival.
b- Crystal Palace Concerts.
11- The Photographic Society's Exhibition.
12- Legal. (News).
a- The Convict Gouldstone.
b- Inquiry into the Capsizing of the "Austral".
c- The Absconding Bank Managers.
13- Weather Chart of the Week from Oct. 4 to Oct. 10 (inclusive).
14- The Descent of Man from a Monkey.
a- The Turf.
16- Rural Notes.
a- Show of Goates at Islington.
b- Hereford Cattle.
c- October Wheat Sowings.
d- The East Suffolk Chamber of Agriculture.
e- The Warfare of Plants.
f- Bleak Scotland.
h- Tunbridge Wells Agriculture Show.
i- The Price of Corn.
j- Dairy Show recently held at Islington.
17- Story. "Thirlby Hall," by W.E. Norris. Chapter XIX. (Continued). Also Chapter XX. George Fulfils His Mission. (To be Continued).
18- An Artist's Visit to "The Congo River, I." showing Fac-Similes of Sketches made by Mr. H.H. Johnston, F.R.G.S., during his journey in Central Africa.
1- Front Page shows the following 2 Half Page Engravings. (With Descriptive Text inside).
a- France and Spain- The Reception of King Alfonso at the Royal Palace, Plaza Del Oriente, Madrid, on His Return from Paris.
b- The Salvation Army in Switzerland : The Trial of Miss Booth and Her Associates at Boudry, Neuchatel.
2- Full Page showing the following 3 Engravings for "Sir Stafford Northcote in Ulster."
a- The Great Conservative and Orange Meeting in the Botanic Gardens, Belfast, October 6.
b- The Orange Procession on the way to the Botanic Gardens, Belfast, October 6.
c- The Orange Torchlight Procession in the Streets of Belfast, October 5.
3- Half Page showing the following 3 Engravings for "Sir Thomas Northcote in Ulster."
a- The New Ulster Constitutional Club, Mat Street, Belfast, opened by Sir Stafford Northcote, October 3.
b- Exterior of the New Ulster Constitutional Club, May Street, Belfast.
c- Belvoir Park, the Residence of Sir Thomas Bateson, Bart., M.P., where Sir Stafford Northcote has been staying during his visit to Belfast.
4- Half Page Engraving showing "The Proposed Railway Near Balmoral-Lochnagar and the Valley of the Dee."
5- Full page showing Engraved 10 Sketches for "A Curate's Holiday in the Highlands."
6- Full Page showing the following 11 Sketches of "Life on Board an Indian Troopship."
a- Lake Timsah, Suez Canal.
c- Some of the Passengers.
d- "Hooked," But Afterwards He "Hooked It."
e- Malta Sponges.
f- Theatricals on Board : "Who Speaks First ?"
h- At Sea.
j- Red Sea.
k- The Order of the Bath.
l- Coaling Boats coming alongside at Port Said.
7- Engraving showing "The New Grain Elevator, "International," being Towed across the North Sea to Antwerp."
8- Two Engravings for "The New Municipal Buildings at Glasgow."
a- Laying the Foundation Stone.
b- Trades Procession Entering Argyll Street from Jamaica Street.
9- Two Engravings for "Illicit Diamond Buying at the Cape."
a- Detectives setting a Trap.
10- Half Page showing the following 4 Engraved Sketches of "Some Phases of the Church Congress at Reading."
a- Orthodoxy : The Archbishop of Canterbury Preaching at St. Mary's.
b- The Bishop of Carlisle on "Evolution."
c- All Sorts and Conditions of (Clergy) Men.
d- Heterodoxy : Father ignatius, O.S.B., at Foresters' Hall.
11- Small Engraved Sketches for "An Artist's Visit to "The River Congo I". showing Fac-Similes of Sketches made by Mr. H.H. Johnston, F.R.G.S., during his journey in Central Africa."
a- Monolith at Mussera.
b- Borassus Palm at Kinsembo.
c- Scapulated Crows on the Beach at Banana.
d- A Kruboy.
e- A Study of Mangrove Roots.
g- Cobus Antelope.
h- A Cephalophus Antelope.
i- Lissochilus Giganteus - A Terrestrial Orchid.
j- An African Barbet.
k- A Congo House.
l- A Hen House.
m- The Great Speckled Kingfisher.
n- Vivi Station from the Isangila Road.
o- An Inkimba.
p- The Congo below Vivi.
q- Yellala Falls.
r- The Chief of Nguvi Mpanda.
s- The Dracaena, or Dragon Tree.
t- The Mposo River, opposite Vivi.
Condition is Very Good, with Light Foxing Spots in the Margins.