For Sale is an Issue of "Black & White, April 16th, 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- The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race. 3- Parliamentary Notes. 4- In the Smoking-Room. Written by Barry Pain. 5- A Golf Centenary. 6- Boston on the Boat Race. 7- The Stock Exchange Steeplechase. 8- M. Maurice Barres. Written by Edward Delille. 9- "The Maelstrom" at the Shaftesbury. 10- The Detective Police Force of Paris. (In Three Parts.- Part II.) 11- The Great War of 1892. a- The Battle of Kosluji. : Rout of the Russian Army. b- Enthusiasm in Cairo. : Departure of the English Troops. 12- Four New Novels. 13- How Revolutions are Made in the Spanish-American Republics. 14- The Real Thing. (Short Story written by Henry James. Illustrated by Rudolf Blind.) 15- Books to Read. 16- Music. 17- A Dear Friend. 18- The Diary of a Daughter of Eve. Written by Virginia. 19- Racing Notes. Written by "Blinkhoolie." 20- An English Colony in the Riviera.
Illustrations. 1- A Bank Holiday Sportsman. (Front Page Drawing by G. L. Seymour.) 2- Mr. W. J. Beadel. (Small Portrait). 3- Lord Arthur Russell. (Small Portrait). 4- International Poker - A Game of Bluff. 5- The Oxford and Cambridge University BOat Race - The Boats Passing the Mortlake Highway Board's Stand at Barnes. (Drawing by W. S. Stacey.) 6- Trophies of the Blackheath Golf Club. 7- Spring Meeting of the South London Harriers at Kensington Oval : H. A. Heath winning the Three Mile Race. 8- M. Maurice Barres. (Portrait Drawing). 9- M. Goron, Chief of the Detective police, in his Office. (Drawing). 10- "The Great War of 1892 : A Forecast"- Scene outside Shepheard's Hotel, Cairo. 11- How Revolutions are Made in the Spanish-American Republics. a- A Night Watchman. b- The New Cabinet Ministers Listening to the Minister of Finance announcing the Lack of Funds and Proposing a New Loan. c- A Deputation of the Fair Sex, always strongly supported by the Clergy. 12- How Revolutions are Made in the Spanish-American Republics. (Full Page of Drawings by P. Frenzeny.) 13- How Revoluitions are Made in the Spanish-American Republics. (Full Page of Drawings by P. Frenzeny.) 14- The Stock Exchange Steeplechase at Potter's Bar. (Full Page of Drawings by A. C. Corbould.) 15- The Diary of a Daughter of Eve. a- Nita's New Coat. b- Gertie's New Spring Costume.