For Sale is an Issue of "Black & White, February 6th, 1892." This issue contains 18 Pages, 36 Sides and has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore, the Binding Holes are showing.
Condition is Very Good.
1- Front Page Engraving Drawn by Enoch Ward is called "The Right of Free Speech" at the World's End, Chelsea," and shows "A Socialist Orator being taken to the Police Station."
2- The Lead Article "The Passing Hour."
3- Small Portrait Engraving of "Sir Oscar Clayton."
4- Small Portrait Engraving of "Sir John Lambert."
5- Article called The New Associates of the Royal Academy." Written by M. H. Spielmann.
6- Small Portrait Engraving of "Mr Stanhope Forbes." (Artist)
7- Small Portrait Engraving of "Mr. Harry Bates." (Sculptor)
8- Full Page Portrait Engraving of "Charles Haddon Spurgeon." Engraved by W. Biscombe Gardner.
9- Article with the following Illustrations for "The Late C. H. Spurgeon." a- Stockwell Orphanages. b- The Metropolitan Tabernacle. c- Spurgeon's School and Almshouses. d- Wesywood House, Beulah Hill, Norwood, Mr. Spurgeon's Residence. e- The Pastor's College, -Garden Front. f- Mr. Spurgeon's Study.
10- Full Page Picture showing "The Late Mr. C. H. Spurgeon Preaching in the Metropolitan Tabernacle."
11- Full Page Engraving called "Unwilling Listeners." From the original Painting by H. S. Marks, R.A., in the Schwabe Gallery, Hamburg.
12- Article called "The Great War of 1892,- A Forecast." Illustrated from Sketches by Mr. Frederic Villiers.
13- Half Page Engraving showing "The Great War of 1892,- A Forecast - British Troops Landing at Trebizonde."
14- Full Page Engraving called "The Great War of 1892,- A Forecast - The Storming of Skierniwiece." Drawn by S. L. Wood.
15- Two Page, 4 Side, Supplement showing the Following "Pictures by Modern Artists at the Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts." 1- The Basket-makers' Camp. By Joseph Henderson, R.S.W. 2- "The Dutchman's Cap". - By Alexander Frew. 3- By Mountain, Moss, and Moor. By J. Denovan Adam, A.R.S.A., R.S.W. 4- The Course of True Love. By Duncan Mackellar, R.S.W. 5- A Perthshire Orchard. By J. Morris Henderson. 6- Homewards. By William Kennedy. 7- Mill on the Tyne. By William MacBride. 8- Loch Eck. By William Young, R.S.W. 9- Mrs. R. Cowan Lees. By T. Hamilton Crawford, R.S.W. 10- Mrs. Lawrie and Edwin. By John Lavery. 11- Orchard Neuk on the Tay. By Tom Robertson. 12- The Windmill. By James Paterson, R.S.W. 13- Torrisdale Bay. By J.D. Taylor. 14- Dutch Boats Leaving for the Fishing Grounds. By James G. Laing, R.S.W. 15- A Sheltered Creek. By John Henderson. 16- Sir James King, Bart., LL.D., Ex Lord Provost of Glasgow. By E.A. Walton. 17- Cottar Folk. By Tom McEwan, R.S.W. 18- The North Front.-Gibraltar. By James A. Aitken, R.S.W. 19- "Steady Bann!" The Children of Campbell Martin, Esq. By Hamilton Mann. 20- Miss Spencer. By James Guthrie, A.R.S.A. 21- Sisters. By Pittendrigh Macgillivray.
16- Engraving called "What a Comfort!" - From the Painting by Chevilliard.
17- Double Page Engraving called "A Raid of Cossacks." From the Painting by Wojciech Kossack.
18- The Weekly Article "Books to Read."
19- Short Story called A Lady's Shoe." Written by J.M. Barrie. Illustrated by George Hutchinson.
20- Short Story called "The Four Brothers." Written by Robert Louis Stevenson.
21- Article called "On Tour."- No. XVIII.- Ayr. Written and Illustrated by Harry Furniss.
22- Article for "The Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts."
23- Article called "The World We Live In. - No. V." showing a Small Play called "An Amicable Arrangement."
24- Article called "Professor Herkomer on Scenic Art."
25- The Weekly Article "Diary of A Daughter of Eve." Written by Virginia.
26- The Weekly Article "The Drama of the Week." Written by Hafiz.