For Sale is an Issue of "Black & White, April 2nd, 1892." This issue contains 16 Pages, 32 Sides and has been removed from a Bound volume.
Articles. 1- The Passing Hour. 2- Parliamentary Notes. 3- The Philharmonic Concert. 4- Walt Whitman. 5- In the Smoking-Room. Written by Barry Pain. 6- The Queen's Holiday at Hyeres. 7- Pre-Mahomedan Relics - Excavations at the great Zimbabwe. 8- Art Notes. 9- The Great War of 1892. a- The German Advance. ; Renewed Fighting - Rout of the French Army. b- Advance of the Second and Third Armies on Paris c- Rioting in Rheims. d- The March upon the Capital : The Revolution in Parts - Armistice Declared. 10- Dreams. : Two Sonnets by Philip Bourke Marston. 11- A Man Overboard. Written by Stanukovitch. Illustrated by G. W. Hutchinson. (Short Story). 12- Some Recent Novels. 13- Books to Read. 14- The World We Live in.- XIII. : A Human Sacrifice. 15- The Diary of a Daughter of Eve. Written by Virginia. 16- Tandem V. Pair. 17- The Season Opens. Written by "Blinkhoolie." 18- The Drama. 19- The Crews at Putney. (Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race.) 20- The Man of the hour, No. XXXV. Mr. James McNeill Whistler.
Illustrations. 1- The Queen's Visit to Hyeres - Her Majesty Leaving the Railway Station for the Hotel. (Front Page Drawing by S. Begg from a Sketch by P. Comba.) 2- Mr. Henry Howe. (Small Portrait). 3- Mr. Horatio Bottomley. (Small Portrait). 4- Mrs. Anna Maria Wood. (Portrait). 5- Walt Whitman.(Portrait). 6- Naval Manouevres- A Reminiscence of the Recent Frost. (Full Page Engraved Drawing.) 7- The Queen's Holidayat Hyeres. a- Hotel De Costebelle, The Residence of Her Majesty, from the North. b- Panoramic View from the Window's of Her Majesty's Apartments. c- Her Majesty's Kiosk in the Hotel Grounds. 8- Mr J. McNeill Whistler. (Facsimile of a Caricature Sketch by Mortimer Menpes,) 9- The Coal Famine - Poor Children Gleaning Coal on the Banks of the Thames at Limehouse. (Drawing by C. Ricketts.) 10- Pre-Mahomedans Relice in South Africa - Excavations at the Great Zimbabwe. (From Sketches by J. Theodore Bent.) a- Lower Ruin, Zimbabwe. b- Wall of Upper Ruin. c- Monolith in Upper Ruin. d- General View of Zimbabwe Ruin. 11- The Great War of 1892," a Forecast. a- German Cavalry Attack by Night on the French Bivouacs. b- Scene in the Streets of Rheims : Germnn Troops Clearing the Streets of French Rioters. 12- Practising for the Concert _ A Scene in a Girls' School in France. (Double page from the Painting by M. Chevillard.) 13- A Posy of English Beauties. (Full Page showing the Following Nine Portrait Photographs.) a- Miss Annie Hughes,, Miss Daisy Baldery., Miss Edith Galloway., Miss Lucy Webling., Miss Ella Terriss., Miss Decima Moore., Miss Helen Forsyth., Miss Maude Millett., Miss Blanche Massey. 14- The Diary of a Daughter of Eve. a- Spring Gown at Debenham & Freebody's. b- New Vest at Dickins and Jones's. 15- Trotting Match between Mr. B. I. Barnato's Pony Tandem and Mr. C. White's Pony Pair in Double Harness. (Drawing by A. Corbould.)