For Sale is an Issue of "Black & White, May 21st, 1892. This issue contains 14 Pages, 28 Sides, and has been removed from a Bound Volume.
Condition is Very Good.
Articles. 1- The Passing Hour. 2- In the Smoking-Room. 3- Punchestown Races. 4- Golf at Sandwich. 5- Cricket. 6- Parliamentary Notes. 7- The Great War of 1892. a- France and Germany. b- England and Russia : Adjustment in the East. c- The Services of England. d- General Effects of the War. 8- The Salon, 1892. 9- Books to Read. 10- A Graven Image. (Small Story written by E. Nesbit and O. Barron. Illustrated by Enoch Ward.) 11- The Drama. 12- Marriage al la Mode. 13- The DIary of a Daughter of Eve. Written by Virginia. 14- The Jubliee Stakes and Stray Notes. Written by "Blinkhoolie."
Illustrations. 1- Mr. A. Kilsyth's "Euclid" Winning the Jubilee Stakes (Value £3000) at Kempton Park. (Front Page Engraved Drawing by John Beer.) 2- The Earl of Stanford. (Small Portrait). 3- M. Alfred Graven 4- Mr. Yates Carrington. 5- Punchestown Races, Co. Kildare, Ireland. (Full Page of Drawings by Cecil Aldin.) 6- Golf at Sandwich. (Illustrations showing Sketches at the Amateur Championship Tournament.) 7- "The Wild West" at the International Horticultural Exhibition Earl's Court - Indians Racing in the Arena. 8- A Wasp's Nest, (Fron the Painting by Bouguereau in the Paris Salon, 1892. (Full Page Engraving) 9- Pictures in the Paris Salon. a- His First Dip. By Madame Demont Breton. b- St. Roch's Day - Ancient Custom in the South of France, By E. Debat-Ponsan. c- Children Passing through a Wood. By V. Brozik. d- Ceiling for the Hotel De Ville, Paris - The Dances of France. By Aime Morot. e- A Bivouac of the French Army outside the Ducal Palaceof Venice. By G. Clairin. 10- The Diary of a Daughter of Eve. a- Nita's New Bib. b- The Prettiest Dress i saw in the Park.