For Sale is an Issue of "Black & White, April 23rd, 1892." This issue contains 16 Pages, 32 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore, the Binding holes are showing.
Condition is Very Good.
1- Front Page Engraving Called "Primrose Day- Placing Wreaths at the Foot of the Statue of Lord Beaconsfield at Westminster." Drawn by R. Ponsonby Staples.
2- The Weekly Lead Article called "The Passing Hour."
3- Small Engraved Portrait of "Rev. Dr. Allon."
4- Engraving showing "Wholesale Destruction of Telegraph Wires on the L.C. & D. Railway between Chatham and Dover."
5- The Weekly Article "In the Smoking-Room." Written by Barry Pain.
6- Article on Music.
7- Article called "General Booth at Home at Hadley Wood." Written by Raymond Blathwayt.
8- Small Engraving showing "General Booth's House at Hadley Wood."
9- Half Page Engraving for General Booth, called "The General Defends to our Representative the Methods of the Salvation Army."
10- Article called "Easter in the Inner Circle.- A Town Study." Written by Arthur T. Pask.
11- Article called "The Volunteer Outing."
12- Full Page of Engravngs drawn by G. Merry, for "The Easter Volunteer Manoeuvres - With the Artists Corps."
13- Full Page Engraving drawn by G. Merry called "The Easter Volunteer Manoeuvres - A Halt on the Road."
14- Article called "The Detective Police Force in Paris." In three Parts.- Part III.
15- Three Drawings showing "The Disguises of M. Rossignol." a- As a Locksmith. b- As a Sportsman. c- As a Slaughterer.
16- Full Page Engraving showing "The Detective Police Force of Paris - Criminal Record Office."
17- The Weekly Article on "Books To Read."
18- Article called "The Great War of 1892. - A Forecast." Illustrated by Sketches from "Frederick Villiers."
19- Engraving showing a "Soudanese Attack upon a Reconnoitring Party." Artist- Stanley L. Wood.
20- Double Page Engraving called "The Easter Manoeuvres at Dover," showing "The Queen's Westminsters' Coming into Action." Drawn by Frank Feller.
21- Story called "A Would-Be Pilgrim." Written by G. B. Burgin. Illustrated by J. Greig.
22- Article with the Following Engravings for "A Temple of Luxury - The Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool." a- The Coffee Room. b- The Lime Street Front. c- The Louis XV. Restaurant. d- The Moorish Smoking-Room. e- A Louis XV. Private Dining-Room - The Salon De La Reine. f- The Drawing-Room (Adam's Style) g- The Ladies Tea and Conversation Room. h- A Visitor Giving Orders by Telephone in Bed.
23- Article giving a Review for "Five New Novels.
24- Article called "The World We Live In. -No. XVI." showing a Play called "Love in Leap Year."
25- The Weekly Article "The Diary of a Daughter of Eve." Written by Virginia.
26- The Weekly Article "The Drama." Written by Hafiz.
27- Article called "Thames Angling."
28- Full Page Advert for "Mellin's Food."
29- Article with Engraving for "Thomas Lake Harris."