For Sale is an 8 Page, 16 Side, Issue of 'The Illustrated Times, July 21st, 1855." Condition is only Fair and is a Reading and research copy only.
Articles. 1- Parliament and the Government. 2- The Russian Mode of Raising Troops. 3- Foreign Intelligence. 4- The Siege of Sebastopol. 5- The Turkish Army in the Crimea. 6- The Turkish Contingent Camp. 7- Burlington House. 8- Lord Raglan's Remains. 9- The Baltic Fleet. 10- Plunder at Kertch by a Naval Officer. 11- The Final Demonstration in Hyde Park. 12- The Sanatory State of the Thames. 13- The Crimea. 14- Imperial Parliament. 15- Mr. Roebuck's Motion. 16- John Arthur Roebuck, M.P. 17- The Lounger at the Clubs. 18- The Peel Statue in Cheapside. 19- Launch of the Agamemnon at Blackwall. 20- Private Theatricals at Campden House, Kensington. 21- The Court. 22- Police Intelligence. 23- Election Intelligence. 24- Money Opoerations of the Week. 25- Metropolitan Markets.
Engravings. 1- Levy of Troops for the Russian Army in the crimea. 2- The Camp of the Turkish Contingent at Buyukdere. (Full Page) 3- On board the Highflyer just before going into action on June 11th. 4- The Band of the Coldstream Guards playing at Burlington House in Aid of the Patriotic Fund. 5- Bird's Eye View of the Crimea. (Double Page). 6- John Arthur Roebuck M.P. 7- Scene from the "Lighthouse," at the Amateur Performance at Campden House. 8- The City Statue of Sir R. Peel. 9- Launch of the Agamemnon at Blackwall.