For Sale is an Issue of "Black & White, March 26th, 1892," this issue contains 16 Pages 32 Sides, and has been removed from a Bound Volume.
Condition is Very Good.
Articles. 1- The Passing hour. 2- In the Smoking-Room. By Barry Pain. 3- Parliamentary Notes. 4- The Home of the Right Hon. Arthur James Balfour, M.P. Written by Etheldreda Tucker. 5- Music. 6- "Ye Sette of Odd Volumes" Discoursed on by His Oddship, Geo. C. Haite, F.L.S., Twelfth President. 7- The Great War of 1892. A Forecast. Thirteenth Article. 8- Events in the East. The Beleagured Garrison in Varna. 9- Arrival of British Troops in the Sea of Marmora. Lord Wolseley in Constantinop;e. 10- Feeling in Australia. Proposal to sieze New Caledonia. 11- Lord Charles Scott Objects. 12- Instructions from the Admiralty. Departure of the Expedition. 13- The Beautiful Lady Hamilton. 14- Nemesis, A Brigand Story. Written by Francis Scudamore. Illustrated by Enoch Ward. 15- Books to Read. 16- The World We Live In.- No. XII. Choosing a Ball Dress. 17- The Diary of a Daughter of Eve. Wriitten by Virginia. 18- The Goodwood Hunt.
Illustrations. 1- Front Page shows a Portrait Drawing called "Maiden Meditation," drawn by Herbert Horwitz. 2- Dr. Vaughan the newly-appointed Roman Catholic Archbishop of Westminster. (Small Portrait). 3- Viscount Hampden. (Small Portrait.) 4- Professor E. A. Freeman. (Small Portrait.) 5- Archbishop Smith. (Small Portrait.) 6- Dr. Charles Meymott Tidy. (Small Portrait.) 7- Mr. A. Goring Thomas. (Small Portrait.) 8- Winter Amusement in London : The Crystal Ice Rink at the Royal Aquarium, Westminster. (Full Page Engraving drawn by Stewart Browne.) 9- Whittinghame, the Home of The Right Hon. Arhur James Balfour, M.P. a- The Corridor and Staircase. b- Whittinghame, the Garden Front. c- Mr. Balfour's Room. d- Mr. Balfour's Study. e- Miss Balfour's Room. f- Mr. Balfour Golfing. g- The Village of East Linton. 10- Mr. Bernard Quaritch. Founder and President of the "Sette". (Small Portrait). 11- Mr. Geo. C. Haite. Twelfth President of the "Sette". (Small Portrait). 12- The Beautiful Lady Hamilton. (Full Page Facsimile Reproduction of Romney's Picture in the National Gallery in its present condition, showing how the use of Asphaltum, as a Pigment, has destroyed the picture.) 13- "The Great War of 1892, A Forecast"- British Transports Passing the Dardanelles- Fort Chanak saluting the English Ships. (Full Page Engraved Drawing). 14- "The Great War of 1892,"- A Forecast- The Sultan, Lord Wolseley and Sir Clare Ford watching the Passage of the British Fleet through the Bosphorus from the steps of the Dolma Baghtche Palace. 15- The Goodwood Hunt - A Gallop under the Downs. (Double Page Engraved Drawing by W. Frank Calderon.) 16- Sketches from the Gaiety Burlesque, "Cinder-Ellen Up Too Late". (Drawn by Rene Bull). 17- Mantle at Peter Robinson's. 18- Nita's New Blouse.