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7550 01

Dresden in Germany – The New Railway and Traffic Bridge Over the River Elbe '

' Paris Fashions – Bonnets and Hair Fashions '

' Paris Fashions – Two Ladies Dresses '

' The Great Billed or Surf Scoter Shot in Musselburgh Bay in the Firth of Forth '

' Homerton College ' this was a teacher training college at Homerton near the Hackney area of London

' Harwell near Abingdon in Berkshire – The Ruins of the Fire ' a devastated street scene

' The American Clipper Ship " Witch of the Wave ", Built at Salem New York, Arrived in the East India Docks, Blackwall ...'

' The Arctic Searching Squadron – Lieutenant Osborn the Commander of the "Pioneer" - - - Mr Allard The Master of the "Pioneer" - - - Commander M'Clintock of The "Intrepid" - - - Mr Pullen Master of the "North Star" - - - Commander Richards of the "Assistance" ..'

' Laying of the Foundation Stone of the St Thomas's Charterhouse new Schools by the Marquess of Lansdowne ' Keenlyside

' Hyde park – A View of the Crystal Palace Proposed New Entrances and Additions ' a view of the building and beyond

' Chess Problem Fromthe Unpublished MS of the Rev.H. Bolton '

' The Storming of San Sebastian from The Diorama of the Campaigns of the Duke of Wellington ' a near half page print from engraving

' The Duke of Rutland – The Bronze Statue Erected at Leicester '

Scene from "Mind Your Own Business" a Comedy at The Haymarket Theatre '


The Supplement:

' Fete Champetre in the Time of Charles II - Painted Miel by F. Tayler ' Front page

' The Village Bridal - from a Painting By H. M. Anthony ' a village scene  .

' There! He's Gone - from a Painting By F. Dicksee ' a young woman looking from her window

' The Happy Old Man from a Painting by R. Jordan '

' The Return from the Campagna from a Painting by Carl Haag '

' The Last Promenade at the Crystal Palace ' a double page print from engraving – this has brown stains to border and centre of engraving

' L' Allegro and Il Penseroso - from a painting for His Royal Highness Prince Albert by J. C. Horsley '

' Cora - A May Legend of Somersetshire - From a drawing by Andre '

' Free Companions from a painting by J. W. Glass '

There is a brown mark throughout the supplement pages, which could possibly be a chemical stain/burn, mainly affecting the text - see image

Death by Starvation of the Patagonian Mission – Letter to the Editor of the Illustrated London News from HMS Dido, dated Valparaiso 14 Feb 1852 and signe Henry S. Dyer Pmr and Purser – plus an account left by Allen F. Gardiner found by W. H. Moorshead the Captain of HMS Dido (accompanying letter) – the account mentions Commander Allen Francis Gardiner – Messrs Maidment and Williams – Messrs Irwin and Carpenter, - Mister John Bryant – John Pearce – At Tierra del Fuego

Social Effects of the Gold Discoveries in Australia

The Court and Haut Ton – Royal Comings and Goings

Illustrated London New Editorial – with mention of Lord John Russell – Lord Derby – Mister Disraeli


Parliament includes:

General Rosas

The Budget


Metropolitan News includes:

The Metropolitan Police Rate with mention of Sir Benjamin Hall MP – Mr Walpole – T. Reive – Lord Dudley Stuart MP

Aged Pilgrims Friend Society meeting at the London Tavern – Mr Henry Pownall in the Chair

Royal Opthalmic Hospital Moorfields Meeting

Bethlehem hospital

Asylum for Idiots annual Meeting at London Tavern – J. Lavers presidint

Births and Deaths


Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased includes:

Charles Leopold Frederick Grand Duke of Baden

Sir Alexander Ramsay of Balmain died at 21 Baker Street London


Imperial Parliament

Navy and Military Intelligence

Taxes Which Obstruct the Spread of Education


4850 24

Marseilles – The French President Arriving at the Harbour to Embark on the Sailing Ship " Napoleon " ..' front page engraving showing a crowded harbour side, the President, Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte, nearing the ship in his carriage – A Bureau de change building in the foreground

' Willington Quay at Newcastle Upon Tyne – Launch of Emigrant Iron Ship The W. S Lindsay at Messrs Coutts and Parkinson's ' print from engraving showing a view of the ship and surrounding area, with various boats, paddle steamers in the foreground

' Jersey – The New Victoria College ' print from engraving showing the college with a view down to the town and bay – people sitting on the hillside – info. Le Mont Millais St Helier  .

' Newton Park Somerset ' print from engraving – Fortified Manor house at Newton St Loe

' Somerset - Farleigh Hungerford '

' St Mary's Church at Redcliffe Bristol – A Tomb ' small engraving

' Sicily – The Volcano Mount Etna Erupting ' print fromengraving showing the scene from the sea

' The New Crater of Mount Etna ' print fromengraving – a night scene showing a small group of people including children watching the volcanic eruption

' Toulon - The Ship Carrying Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte, President of France, in The Harbour ' print from engraving showing the ship in full sale plus other ships

' At The Louvre in Paris – Taking Casts of the Sphynx ' – Mr Owen Jones and Mr Wyatt working on the Sphynx

' The Duke of Wellington 's Hand Writing '

' Stratfield Saye – The Conservatory '

' Stratfield Saye – The Grave of Copenhagen The Duke of Wellingtons Horse '

Two engravings for a short story "Letter ReiveLeft at the Pastrycook's" – Kitty Clover Taken To School Letter I - - - Letter II The New Girl

' The Gardens of the Zoological Socity at Regents Park - Arabian Oryx with Young '

' The Gardens of the Zoological Socity at Regents Park - Red Hog '

' The New Buildings of Guys Hospital London '

Recent Law and Chancery Reforms


Foreign and Colonial News includes:

France

Belgium

Spain

Germany

Italy

The East, Constantinople etc

America

India


Workings of Transportation in Australia

Emigration fromthe Highlands of Scotland


Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased:

The Right Hon. And Most Rev. Thomas Stuart Townsend DD Lord Bishop of Meath Died at Malaga

Rev. Sir Samuel Clarke Jervoise of Idsworth Park, Hants

William Finden the Celebrated Engraver

John Bennett Esq of Pyt House – Died of An Apoplectic Seizure

John, Earl Somers Died in Grosvenor Place


The British Penitent Female Society

' Naval and Military Intelligence

Shiprecks and Loss of Life – The American Ship Mobile, Captain Furber - - - The Marse of South Shields - - - The Jemima From Taganrog for Cork - - - The Cromwell - - - The Harriet of Bangor off Penmon - - - The Brig Carr off Redwharf Bay Wales - - - Brig Euphemia on the Shipwash Sand - - - Helen of Liverpool enroute from Para S. AMerica to Liverpool


Great Floods – with mention of Lewes

Launch of the New Iron Emigrant Ship The W. S. Lindsay at Willington Newcastle – with mention of Mr Hutt MP – Sir John Fife – Mrs Chisholm – M. Miel – Mister Lindsay – Peacock and Buchan Anti Sargassian Paint etc

Illustrated London News Editorial

Church and Universities

Law and Police includes Conviction of Robert Mowatt an Engineman at the Coal Pit at Raw Yards, New Monklands in Lanarkshire

Country News


Metropolitan News:


The Metropolitan Commission of Sewers with mention of Mr R. Jebb

Extensive Fires and Loss of Life at the Premises of Mr Samuel Grimsell of Bell Lane, Goulston St, Whitechapel - - Mr Lewin Dary and Butterman in New North Road Islington etc


The Theatres – Drury Lane – Haymarket – Adelphi – Princess – Olympic – Surrey  .

The Duke of Wellingto9n as a Musical Amateur

Stratfield Saye

Monetary Transactions of the Week – Stocks etc

The Markets – Prices etc inc. Wheat – Linseed – Bread – Sugar – Butter etc – Tallow – Hay and Straw – Hops – Coals, Eden Main, Belmont, Braddyll, Hetton, Haswell, Lambton, Whitwell, Cassop, Kelloe, Adelaide Tees – Meat

The London Gazette - Admiralty and Whitehall Appointments - - - Bankrupts - - - Births Marriages and Deaths

Full page of adverts

Improvements at Guys Hospital

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 7850 27

Liberation of Abd El Kader ( Abd al-Qadir ) By The President, From the Chateau of Amboise ' Front page -

' Letter From the Emir Abd-el-Kader to the Marquis of Londonderry ' in arabic and signed Abd el Kader Ben Makhi Eddin

' Mdlle Rachel Reciting The Ode Before The President Miel at the Theatre Francais ' - near half page

' Paris Fashions for Winter ' three outfits

' Don Pedro II Emperor of Brazil ' - near half page

' The Regiment of Loodianah ( Gordons Sikhs ) on Their Voyage Down the Goumtee From Lucknow to Embark at Calcutta for Rangoon ' - near half page (the Gompti river a tributary of the Ganges also known as the Gumti or Gomati)

' The State Funeral Procession of Castanos Duke of Baylen in Madrid ' Full page print from engraving -( Count of Castaños y Aragones )

' Preparations for the Funeral of the Duke of Wellington in St Pauls Cathedral - View in the Nave Looking west '- near half page

' Preparations for the Funeral of the Duke of Wellington in St Pauls Cathedral - The Nelson Monument '

' Preparations for the Funeral of the Duke of Wellington in St Pauls Cathedral - View in the South Aisle '

' Chess Problem by H. J. Wallenbath os St Petersburg '(someone has made an attempt at colouring the chess problem with wax crayon)

' Mr Alderman Sidney From the Testimonial Presented to Him By The Court of Aldermen ' - poorly coloured in by some child

' His Royal Highness Prince Albert Laying the Foundation Stone of a New Chapel of Ease at Eton '

' Gold Chronometer for the Walee of Alwur '

' Testomonial Presented to the Hon. Mr Justice Crompton '

' Harvest in Kilkenny ' (some of the colour from the previously mentioned coloured in Alderman Sidney has rubbed off on this illustration, giving it a light green tinge

' Model Lodging Houses, St James's Westminster; Proposed by The General Society For Improving the Dwellings of the Working Classes '

' Wreck of the Duchess of Kent Steam Boat at Grays - Taking Out The Engines '

' The Old Crystal Palace in Hyde Park - Fountain in the North Transept '

Old Crystal Palace ' Site of the Transept, North East ' - near half page


The Cottage Door by Gainsborough - Half page

Algerian antiquities in the Louvre - 2 near half page illustrations

The Assumption of the Magdalen - half page by Giulio Romano

Bas Reliefs Designed by Mr Henning for the decoration of Mansion House - times 2

' State and Prospects of Ireland '

'Foreign and Colonial News'

' Naval and Military Intelligence '

' Boston and Midland Counties Railway ' application of shares

' The Illustrated London News ' Editorial

' Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased includes Francis Eyre, Earl of Newburgh died at his seat Hassop Hall Derbyshire - - - Vice Admiral Bulkeley Mackworth Praed died a tActon Castle Cornwall - - - The Rev. Dr Benedict Chapman, Master of Gonville And Caius College Cambridge died at the Rectory House Ashdon Essex - - - Henry Whitelock Torrens Esq of the Bengal Civil Service died at Calcutta aged 43 '

The Will of the Late J. Camden Neild Esq of Lincolns Inn and Chelsea

' The Duke of Wellingtons Funeral - The Official Programme '

' The Fatal Duel Near Windsor ' Coroners inquest into M. Frederick Cournet who was killed at Englefeld Green. Also reference to M. Barthelemy - De Mornay - M Baronnet and Allain

' The Theatres '

' Anniversary of the Yorkshire Chess Association '

' Metropolitan News '

Algerian antiquities

Decoration of Mansion House

Memoir of David scott

The Assumption of the Magdalen


7650 10

Hanko Head Finland – The Cossack's Boat Leaving with a Flag of Truce '

' Palermo Sicily ' half page engraving showing a fete taking place along a promenade on the sea front, yachts and small boats, a mountain and buildings in the background

' Naples – Festival in the Church of Santa Chiara '

' Crimea - Florence Nightingale Visiting the Hut Hospitals at Balaclava ' half page engraving showing the party proceeding up a rocky mountain path

' Crimea - The Peninsular and Oriental Company's Iron Screw Steam Ship "Manilla" on Fire in Balaclava Roads '

' HMS Merlin – The Engineers Mess Room After the Explosion of Two infernal Machines Under The Ship – From a Sketch by J. W. Carmichael '

' Submarine Apparatus for the Explosion of Vessels, Proposed by Mr Charles Babbage ' near half page engraving showing the submarine and three divers underwater next to a sunken ship

' Chess Problem by Mr H. Turton '

' Harold – Painted by George Lance ' near full page engraving showing a peacock and various types of fruit and vegatables and flowers

' The Late Mister Robert Lindley the Violoncellist ' cello player – the engraving is faded, probably not a very good printed production

' Map – Sketch of Operations at Kerch in the Crimea ' near half page

' The Russian Infernal Machine Found in The Dockyard at Kerch ' an explosive device

' A Group of Turkish Officers, A Contingent for the Crimea '


The Crimean War: General View of The Operations at Kerch Sketched From The "Cardoc" by W. S.M. Wolfe RA -:

' English and French Line of Battle Ships - - English Gunboats Disembarking Troops '

' English Gunboats Disembarking Troops - - Village on Fire - - French Landing Their Troops '

' Houses Burning, Set on Fire by the Russians - - Russians Blowing Miel Up Their Chief Fort - - "Viper" shelling The Fort - - Kerch Bay - - Yenikale - - Russian Merchantmen '

Three panoramic engraving on a full page


' The Town and Harbour of Kerch - - The steamer "Minna" towing Up Boats From the Fleet - - Experiment Upon a Russian Vessel With an Infernal Machine ' a wonderful double half page panoramic engraving showing ships inthe harbour, boats, houses and buildings on land etc

' The Town of Kerch ' Half page engraving

' Near the Market Place at Kerch ' half page

Three engravings on a double page pull-out


' Opposite Yenikale -Two Sunken Merchantmen '

' Yeni-Kale from the Sea of Azoff with Russian Vessels on Fire '

' Yenikale – Part of the Gun Battery in Reive the Citadel as Left by the Russians '

Full page showing three engravings – info. Ukraine


The Administrative Reform Debates with mention of Mr Disraeli – Mr Gladstone – Mr Drummond – Lord Palmerston – Sir Bulwer Lytton – Mr Layard – Mr Hayter – Mr Albany Fonblanque – Mr Frederick Peel

The Massacre at Hango Head – with mention of Captain Fanshawe – also a letters from: Admiral R. S. Dundas dated "On board the Duke of Wellington, off Tolboukin Lighthouse" - - - Captain E.G. Fanshawe dated HMS Cossack, Hango - - - George H. L. Wise Paymaster and Arthur M'Kenna Assistant Surgeon - - - plus other letters, very descriptive of the incident

Despatches from Lord Raglan from Sebastopol

The Silent Member with mention of Mr Layard and Administrative Reform – etc

Miss Nightingale at Balaclava – also mentioned are Rev. Mr Bracebridge – Captain Kearne – Dr Sutherland – Rev. Parker


Parliament:

Administrative Reform

Friendly Societies Bill

Tenants Improvement Compensation Bill

London Corporation Reform – short apprx. 40 wds

North West Passage Expedition – whort apprx. 40 wds.

Lancaster Shot Manufactory

The Statute Law

Marriage Law Amendment Bill <[p>>


TheCase of Boyle v. Cardinal Wiseman

Riot Among the Navvies at the Crystal palace

Richard Cobden and Charles James Fox

Peter Dick, A Dialogue – Verse by F. B.

Persecution of Russian Dissenters

The Baltic Fleet – The First Gun Fired From Cronstadt and Russian Infernal Machines

Submarine Navigation - Plus a letter from Charles Babbage of Dorset Street, Manchester Square, London of apprx 500 wds


Obituary of Eminent Persons includes:

The Earl of Carysfort, General John Proby died at his residence at Bristol

Sir Charles Blois of Grundisburgh Hall, Suffolk

George Nathaniel Curzon Esq as a result of a fall from his horse in Hyde Park

The Right Hon. Sir George henry Rose of Sandhills In Hampshire and Lord of the Manor of Christchurch

Lieutenant Colonel Squires - short


Wills, Personalty, and Bequests

The Sebastopol Committee Report – State of Our Amry Before Sebastopol

The Conduct of the Government at Home

TheSecretary of State for War

Ordnance Dept.

Notes of the Week  .

The Royal Literary Fund Society

Music

The Turkish Contingent

The Kertch Expedition


Foreign and colonial News

War in the Crimea – Recommencement of the Bombardment - - - Mustering for the Assault - - - Capture of the Mamelon - - - Attempt to Take the Malakoff Tower - - - Capture of the Redoubts in Careening Bay

Illustrated London News Editorial

TheCourt – Royal Comings and Goings

The Russian Difficulties and The Russian Peace Document

America

Messrs Strahan, Paul and Co's Bankruptcy - Criminal Charge Against the Partners

Metropolitan News

Naval and Military Intelligence

National Sports

Monetary Transactions of the Week

The London Gazette: War Office Appointments and Bankrupts - - - Births Marriages And Deaths

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3850 23

Walmer Castle – The Room in Which the Duke of Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, Died ' – front-page


' St Etienne France – The Arrival of the President of France ' – info. Charles Louis Napoléon Bonaparte – near half page

' President of France – Presentatin of the Keys of Grenoble to Louis Napoleon '– near half page

' Lyons – Inauguration of the Statue of Napoleon '– near half page


' Paris Fashions – Capotes and Bonnet - - - Walking Dress - - - Caps – '

' The Seat of the Duke of Wellington – Strathfieldsay in Berkshire '– near half page

' The Dukes Favourite Tree at Strathfieldsay '

' The Pleasure Grounds of Strathfieldsay '

' The Late A. Welby Pugin – Architect ' with his signature – info. Augustus Northmore Welby Pugin

' Wreck of the English Brig " Hebe " in the Colombo Roads of Ceylon – near half page ' – a view of the ship just offshore with buildings in the background – info. Sri Lanka

' Chess Problem by W. Gilby

' Grand Meeting of the Devon and Cornwall Archery Clubs at Bitton Manor near Teignmouth '– near half page

' A Scene from the New Drama of " Uncle Tom's Cabin " at the Olympic Theatre '

' St Petersburg Imperial Yacht Club Gold Prize Cup '(there is a tear to the bottom of this page easily repaired depending on which side of the page you wish to keep, it slightly affects the above engraving)

' The Temperance Hall Bolton – The Factory Operatives Exhibition Reive and Bazaar '– near half page

' The " Peru " Emigrant Ship Leaving Cork for Melbourne from Port Phillip Cork ' a view of the sailing ship with a paddle steamer and other sailing ships in the background, a small fortification on a hill, with buildings below, in the distance (similar tear to that mentioned above)

' The Haymarket on Great Homer Street, Liverpool – Show of the Manchester and Liverpool agricultural Society ' near full page with article – shows the showground with buildings and chimneys in the background


' The Marble Quarries of Carrara in Tuscany Italy ' – oxon or cattle, being led by handlers, used to haul out big blocks of the marble - with miners working in the background – half page

' Genoa ' an engraving showing a view from a terrace of Le LAnterna an ancient lighthouse – and buildings overlooking the harbour or sea – mountains in the background – near half page


Art:

' After The Battle of Culloden - Flora Macdonald Introduced Miel to Prince Charles Edward '– half page

' The Refuge at the Altar – from a painting by Daege of Berlin ' – larger than half page

' Artificial Siliceous Stone Chimney Jamb '(small)

' Artificial Siliceous Stone ' (small) –

The Offices of Wellington at Walmer Castle

The Dukes Room im Walmer Castle plus a short note sent by the Duke to a man near Belfast


Foreign and Colonial News includes:

Belgium

United States – with mention of The Fisheries and British Admiral Seymour – Mr Crampton – Mister Abbott Lawrence - Dinner to Mister Thonas Baring at Boston – Cholera in Buffalo and Yellow Fever in Charleston – Also newsd from Canada, Mexico and Central America

the West Indies

The Inundations in France and Switzerland – Floods with mention of numbers of houses swept away at Artzenheinm – Richtolsheim – Saasenheim – Rhinan – Beeizheim – Obenheim


Naval And Military Intelligence includes:

New Military Appointments

Trial of Anchors

The Fleet at Queenstown, Cork

The Goldner Preserved Meat Contracts

Emoluments of the Late Duke of Wellington

Court MArtials

Submarine Navigation – A New Diving Boat


Extraordinary Invention in Steam Navigation in Australia - Called The Boomerang Propeller invented by Sir Thomas Mitchell Surveyor General of New South Wales


Country news includes:

Lord John Russell at Perth

Conservative Banquet in Oxfordshire

South West Middlesex Agricultural Society Meeting at Mr John Elmore 's Farm at Kenton Lane Harrow

Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History Society Meeting at the Assembly Rooms Bath Mr W. G. Langton of Newton Park presidceing

Dreadful accident and Loss of Life at Aberayron near Aberystwyth, A Schooner named Glynaeron

Discovery of Native Gold In the Almond near Cromwell Park to Methvin Wood

Boiler Explosion at Walker Mill near the Side of the Newcastle and Shields Railway


Music – The Clifton Classical Harmonists Society - - - The Welsh Eisteddfod

The Theatres with mention of – Sadlers Wells - - - Mlle Wagner


Law and Police Intelligence includes:

Fraudulent Emigration Agents named Tripe and Montague

Conflict Between a Burglar and a Policeman at Highgate London – Constable 233S and a Charles Johnson of Manchester, part of a gang known as the "Northern Banditti"

Beale and Chapman, Catherine Hayes, Defendant in the Lord Mayors Court

The City Small Debts Act


Illustrated London News Editorial

the Court – Royal Comings and Goings

The Paupers From St Martins Workhouse – 100 wds

Death of The Duke of Baylen at Madrid – 80 wds

Foreign Cattle

Convicts for Van Diemen's Land – 60 wds



Metropolitan News – London:

Election of Lord Mayor

Swearing In of the New Sheriffs at Guildhall

City Registration – numbers of allowed, disallowed, failed objections by Liberals, Conservatives

Royal Ear Dispensary of Dean Street In Soho

Early Closing Asociation Meeting at Exeter Hall Hotel, Strand

Pauper Emigration

Notice Issued to Lodging House Keepers by The General Board of Health

Clerkenwell Baths and Wash-houses

The Fall of Two Houses in Seven Dials, near Queen Street and Great St Andrew Street – with a list of injured (Kallhoeler, Shaft, Forest, Ragan, Holmes, Hayes, and Hannah Levy)

Pauper Lunatics I st Pancras Workhouse

The Cholera

Accident at Putney Bridge – William Butts Drowned

Inquest on the Hon. Major Forrester

Births and Deaths


The Ship MAaise of Queenstown, Pearson Master, Destroyed off Malta by Lightning

Report from The Nashville Banner of Tennessee in the United States, a tragedy at Brownstown, Hiram and Warren Francisco

Extract of a letter received by Lieutenant palmer RN from a Mr Kinnon on a "Horrible Transaction" at Valparaiso

The Late Augustus Northmore Welby Pugin

Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased:

' Sir Digby Mackworth died at his seat Glen Uske in Monmouthshire

Sir John Webb a magistrate died at his residence of Chatham Lodge, Woolwich Common

Reverend Robert Bridgman More of Linley Hall Shrewsbury in Shropshire – although the title relates to his brother T. Frederick More which is incorrect


Church and Universities include:

Preferments and Appointments – list inc. Rev. W. Gunning – Rev. Cyrel George Hutchinson - Rev. Charles Spackman etc

British Society for the Propagation of the Gospel Among the Jews

Convocation of the Clergy

Wesleyan Reform

Snippets of News – Home and Abroad

Chess In New York with ref. to Monsieur Charles St Amant – Mr Stanley – Dr Walton – etc

Rune Stone Found in St Paul's Churchyard – with an article explaining the inscription

Archery Meeting at Bitton Manor nr Teignmouth in the Grounds of William Mackworth Praed Esq – with a list of prizewinners and prizes etc

Monetary Transactions of the Week by "Our City Correspondent" – stocks, shares, prices etc

The Markets – Prices of Wheat – BrEad – Tea – Sugar – from Barbados, St Lucia etc – Tallow - Coals from Bates West Hartley, Holywell, Tanfield Moor, Townley, Wylam, Gosforth, Eden main, etc – Meath from Smithfield etc

The London Gazette – Bankrupts – Births Marriages and Deaths

Adverts

Carrara - Marble Quarries

Genoa

The Sanctuary Won – poem by Mrs T. K. Hervey

Literature – Book reviewd of:

Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet B. Stowe – 2½ columns

Our Iron Roads by Frederick S. Williams

The Personal Adventures of "Our Own Correspondent" in Italy by Michael Burke Honan – Correspondent of "The Times " – small tear to top of continuation page

Journal of a Voyage in Baffins Bay and Barrow Straits in 1850-51 By Peter Sutherland MD MRCSE Surgeon to the Expedition

The Crisis In Egypt – with mention of Louis XVI – Louis Quinze – M. Esteve and Lancret – Denon


Popular Science:

Economical Applications of Electricity - - - nature of Electricity - - - Sources - - - Electric Telegraph - - - Electric Light


Artificial Siliceous Stone

Literary Miscellanies – A London Sunday a Century Ago


0550 47

Sir Fitzroy Kelly The Solicitor General ' front page

' Sir Frederick Thesiger The Attorney General ' front page (some light staining to this front page)

' A Waggon Ascending the Uncommoss Hill at Natal '

' Fort Grey Between King Williams Town and Buffalo Mouth '

' The Late Marshal Marmont - An Imperial Marshal of Napoleon Bonaparte '

' Mougunbhoy Kumemchund The Banker Miel of Ahmedabad ' also spelt Muggunbhoy  .

' Monumental Tablet to Leiut. Col. Davis at Kingham Church near Chipping Norton '

' Railroad on the Frozen Susquehanna in the State of Maryland '

' Dr David Boswell Reid MD FRSE of Edinburgh '

Art - ' Music painted by J. Sant '

' A Boar Hunt in England - Olden Time - Painted by J. Linnell - near half page'

' The Right Hon. The Earl of Eglinton the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland '

' The New Palais de Justice at Nantes ' - near half page

Chess Problem

' Mister Alberts Smith 's Ascent of Mont Blanc ... ' - near half page

' Jottings in the Railway Station by Angus B. Reach '

' John Braham ' famous tenor opera singer

' Scene from Balfe's new Opera of "The Sicilian Bride" at Drury Lane ' -near half page with tear affecting illustration - repairable, no paper missing

' The Right Hon. The Earl of Malmesbury - The Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs ' - info James Howard Harris

' Memorial column and Statue of Richard Lander Just Erected at Truro ' - info Lemon Street  .

' Malmesbury Abbey '

Ministerial Challenge to the Country with reference to Lord Derby - Mr Disraeli

Foreign and Colonial News includes France - German States - United States - The River Plate - West Indies - India - China

The Australian Colonies - Transportation

Naval and Military Intelligence with ref. to The Marine Society - Rifle Cannon at Woolwich - Practice with The Minie Rifles

Mutiny and Massacre on Board Two British Ships - The Barque Victory property of Messrs Cook and Wilson of Bermondsey Commanded By Mr William Lennox Mullens Over-run by Coolies - - - The Herald captained by Mr Lawson taken over by Manilla men after leaving Shanghai

The Loss of the " Amazon " and the Amazon Fund

Completion of the Grimsby Docks

Illustrated London News Editorial  .

Court and Haut Ton at Osborne - Royal comings and Goings

Imperial Parliament with reference to National System of Education in Ireland - - - Ventilation of the House - - - Perforation of Postage Stamps - - - Ribbon Outrages in Ireland - - - Manchester and Salford Education Bill - - -criminal Lunatics - - - Outrage of a British Officer Abroad by Austrians, an officer cut down at Leghorn ( Livorno ) Tuscany

Metropolitan News includes Grocers and Tea dealers benevolent protection Society - - - City of London Hospital for Diseases of the Chest - - - Huntsworth Mews, George Street and Lisson Grove Ragged Schools - - - St Thomas Charter House Schools - - - Singular Accident at The Foreign Office Downing Street - - - Births and Deaths  .

Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased includes Elizabeth Rebecca The Dowager Marchioness of Thomond - - - Lady Jane Dalrymple Hamilton - - - Charles Thorold Wood Esq of South Thoresby Lincolnshire

Epitome of News Foreign and Domestic - Snippets of News

Mster Albert Smith 's Ascent of Mont Blanc

John Braham Opera Singer

Election Intelligence

The London Gazette - War Office and Appointments - - Bankrupts

The Markets

Richard Lander The African Discoverer  .

Supplement - Large article about government policy

Large article on The Stereoscope

Dr Reids plans for lighting the new House of Commons

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6950 33

Emperor Napoleon III Entering Paris ' front page


The Search for Sir John Franklin -:

' Smith Sound in Baffins Bay – "The Isabel " Entering the Polar Basin '

' The Isabel Stuck in Ice Off Talbot Inlet '

' An Eskimo of Lieveley – Sophie Broberg ' info. inhabitant of Qeqertarsuaq or Godhavn

' Eskimo Ladies of the Hunde Islands to the South of Disko '

' The Isabel at Anchor at Fiskernoes in The south of Greenland ' the ship anchored in a bay at a Danish settlement, houses in the background, Eskimo hunters inthe foreground


' The Smithfield Club Prize Cattle Show:

' Short Horned Heifer Owned by Mr Joseph Phillips and Short Horn Owned by Mr Richard Stratton '

' Devon Ox Owned by Mr Bond and Devon Ox Owned by The Earl of Leicester '

' Hereford Heifer Owned by Mr J. D. Cooke and Cross Bred Ox Owned by Mr J. Futcher Jun. '

Full page print from engraving from drawings by Harrison Weir


' St Cloud in France – Arrival of the Deputation from the Legislative Body '

' The Hotel De Ville paris – Proclamation of the Empire '

' Reaping Machinery ' six small engravings showing Hussey and M'Cormick's macnine

'Chess Problem nby The Rev. H. Bolton '


Presents from Mexico to Queen Victoria and The Prince of Wales:

' Mexican Ponies For the Prince Of Wales ' two ponies, plus a Mexican in traditional dress sitting on another

' Part of The Mexican Manga '

' Mexican Saddle, Bridle and Spurs etc '


' Fisherton in Salisbury – A Flooded Street ' people wading through the flood water

' Bust of The Late Miss Mary Berry by The Hon. Anne Seymur Damer ' – info. Mary Berry was a Yorkshire born author and a friend of Horace Walpole

' Mister George Alexander Hamilton MP for Dublin University ' .

' The Beaumont Institution at Mile End London Reive – Lecture on the Duke of Wellington '

The Budget – with ref. to Mr Disraeli


Metropolitan News includes:

The Lord Mayors Dinner

Lord Frankfort in the House of Correction

Small-Pox Vaccination

The Royal Orthopoedic hospital


Foreign and Colonial News

Imperial parliament with ref. to Earl of Aberdeen – Earl of Derby – Marquis of Lansdowne – Duke of Newcastle

House of Commons – the Income Tax with ref. to Mr Gladstone - - Defences of the Country - - Industrial Universities and Art Manufacture - - The Tenants Compensation (Ireland) Bill

Election Intelligence

Search for Sir John Franklin

Sir Edward Belcher 's Arctic Expedition – Letter from a Mr Barrow describing a stay at Lieveley and a description of Eskimo ladies including Sophie Broberg .

The Court – Royal Comings and Goings

The Budget – Resolutions Proposed by the Chancellor of the Exchequer

Church and Universities Appointments


Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased:

Edmund William Shuldham died Miel at Dunmanway in Co. Cork Ireland

D. F. Haynes Esq Late of Lonesome and Ashstead, Surrey, Personal Friend of Lord Byron and Sir Walter Scott

' Dame Susanna Hoghton, Relict of Sir Henry Philip Hoghton, died at her Seat at Astley Hall in the County of Lancaster


The Theatres – Sadlers Wells etc

Provincial Intelligence – Destructive Inundation near Manchester at Bury – with ref to Elton – Lower Croft BleachworksMr Whitehead – Mr Open Shaw Cotton Mill – Elton-fold Old Mill - Mr C. Wolstenhome or Wolstenholme

 


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The Earl of Derby – The New Prime Minister '

' The Mozambique Channel – Destruction of Two Spanish Slave Ships by HMS " Penguin " Off The Island of Querimba ' – Quirimbas

' Statue of Nelson For The Market Place at Norwich – By Thomas Milnes '

' Commander of the Thames – The Hon. Swynfen Thomas Carnegie – From a Daguerreotype by Claudet '

' The Battle of St Vincent 1797 – From a Drawing by J. W.Carmichael ' – a striking scene of one of Nelsons battles of 14 Feb 1797 off the Algarve Portugal, shows Spanish war ships lined up and being fired upon etc

' Slapton Ley in Devon – Wild Fowl Shooting ' a half page engraving showing many people on land and by boat shooting ducks, a house at the end of thenarrow stretch of land separating the sea from the lake

' Ceylon – A Church Recerntly Erected on the Plain of Nuwera Ellia '

' The Kaffir War – A Momund of Afghanistan Loading a Jezail (type of gun) ' the man in traditional dress holding his Afghan matchlock of flintlock muscket with a crooked handle

' The New Houses of Parliament From the River ' showing steam paddle boats and sailing barges passing by the building at night – the lights alongside the riverside terrace glowing

' Meeting of the Family Colonisation Loan Society in the British Institution, Tahbernacle Row London '

' Procession of Le Boeuf Gras in Paris '

' Chantilly Forest – A Hunting Scene '

' Chess Problem by the Rev. H. Bolton '

' Cast of the Mummy Found in the Crypt of St. Stephen's Chapel Westminster – Possibly the Body of William Lyndewod or Lyndwode Bishop of St Davids '

' Lambeth – The Interior of St Mary's Church ' .

' The New Window in St. Stephens Walbrook '

' Scene From Miss Vandenhoff 's New Play "Womens Heart" at the Haymarket Theatre '

' The Palanquin arriage for Java - For Mister W. Major of Java and Built Reive By Messrs Holmes of Derby '

Captain George Peacock 's Refuge Buoy Beacon '

' The British Museum – The Reception of Nineveh Sculptures ' The lion statue being hauled up the steps on a framework of wood by workmen

The Alarming Fire at Trinity Hall in Cambridge '

' Paris Fashions – Two Dresses of Taffeta Edged with Satin Ribbon '

A Change of Ministry – with mention of Lord John Russell – Lord Palmerston – Lord Derby – Mr Disraeli etc

The New Ministry – List of The Cabinet – Household and Ireland Offices

Parliamentary Reform – Presided by Mr T. E. Baker

The Capture of two Spanish Slave Ships in the Mozambique Channel


Foreign and Colonial News includes:

France – The Arrest of M. Bocher for Hawking and Distributing Seditious Documents

Spain – with mentionof Queen Isabella

Belgium

United States – with mention of Mr Webster The Secretary of State – Koslsuth


Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Decesed includes:

The Right Hon. Sir Herbert Jenner Fust Kt. LL.D Judge of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury

Sir Alexander Mackenzie Downie, eminent Dogtor and Surgeon, died at Frankfurrt am Main in Germany

Sheldon Cradock Esq of Hartforth and Former MP for Camelford


Secret Societies and Their Effects in France – with mention of Reine Fleury of Bourres Lagrange – The Red Republican Socialists .

Political Writing in Prussia – mentin f Count Henry d'Arnim – Prime Minister Manteuffel

The Court and Haut Ton – Ryal Comings and Goings

The Value of the Bayonet as a Weapon of Offence


Country News includes:

Seven Livesw Lost by the Inundation of a Coal Pit at the Roscoe and Lords Mine near Rochdale

Explosion of a Steam Boiler at Westhjill nr Oldham inthe Factory of Messrs Nuttall and Clough, Cotton Waste Cleaners – One dead, Mary Newton


The Engineers Strike - Meeting at St Martins Hall of the Amalgamated society of Enginers

Foreign Refugees in England and English Travellers on the Continent – Austria, Prince Schwartzenburg and Passports


Imperial parliament includes:

the Local Militia Bill- with a list of the Minority Ayes and The Majority Noes

The Protectionists in Power and the Corn Law Agitation

Ministerial Explanation – Lord Lansdowne – Earl of Malmesbury

Also A New Member Mr Heard - - South Yorkshire Railway and River Dun Co. Bill - - notices of Motion, Maynooth - - Cleopatra's Needle

Ministerial Explanation – Lord j,. Russell

Law Intelligence includes:

The James Anderson Case of Drury Lane Theatre, An Insolvent

Bogue v. Houlston –"Reynard the Fox"

Miss Nowland v. Mr Charles Matthews the Comedian of the Lyceum Theatre

The Law Amendment Society at 21 Regent St, Lord Brougham in the Chair


Metropolitan News includes:

Taxes on Knowledge

royal Geographical Society Meeting in Albermarle St. Sir Roderick Murchison in the Chair with mention of Captain Beatson – Sir John Franklin – Dr Shaw – M. Miel – Francis Galton – Mr Thorburn .

Museum of Economic Geology – Leture by Mr Robert Hunt

Charing Cross Hospital

the Brewers Monopoly Meeting at the Bermondsey Anti Brewers League in Lecture Hall,Webb Street Bermondsey

Metropolitan Water Supply at Horns Tavern Kennington

British Empire Mutual Life Assurance Company

General Steam Navigation Company

Asylum for Female Orphans at Lambeth

Merchants Seamens Orphan Asylum

The Poor Rate, Meeting of the ity of London Unions a the Guildhall Coffee House, King St

Metropolitan Sewers Commission – with numbers of receipts and expenditure etc

Lamentable Affair – Body of a Woman named Ann Stone found an Appartment in Dean St Westminster from Laudanum Overdose

Cardinal Wiseman 's Lentent Indult

Mortality in London Hospitals, Asylums and Workhouses

Births and Deaths

Meteorological Observations at Greenwich


London Gazette – List of Bankrupts - - Commissions inthe Army

Births Marriages and Deaths


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Birmingham – The Music Festival at the Town Hall ' horses and carriages of the Triennial Music Festival Company arriving at the town hall

' Lisbon – The first Regatta of the Lisbon Yachts '

' Manchester – Opening of the Free Library '

' Linton North Devon – The Land Slip and Remarkable Escape of Artist Mr Philip Mitchell ' .

' Port Coon Cave near the Giants Causeway '

' Carrick a Rede and The Swinging Bridge '

' The Giants Causeway ' panoramic engraving on a half page

' The Vraic or Sea Weed Harvest at Guernsey ' a view over a bay with Fort Grey inthe distance and many seaweed gatherers in the foreground – crease to print but would press out

' Carting the Vraic ' men loading the seaweed from horses and carts onto a barge style sailing boat


France - The Fete at Calais –:

' Courgainaise Fishwomen '

' Sketch in the Courgain '

' The Grande Place at Calais – The Musical Procession Reive '

' Calais -The Fishmarket in the Courgain '

' Calais – Courgainaise Women Miel Hauling in a Fishing Boat '


Chess problem by Wilson Bigland Esq of Leamington Chess Club

' In Westwood Park Droitwich – An Oak Tree Struck By Lightning '

' The Warwick Race Plate '

' Hexham Church – Lady Chapel Proposed for Restoration '

' St Catherines Bay Jersey – The New Harbour ' a wonderful print from engraving of a pretty bay, people waving, small boats and steam boats, lighthouse and houses

' Electric Time Ball and Clock in West Strand London ' .

' The Late Joseph W. Allen – Painter '

' Statue of the Duke of Wellington By Alfred Crowquill '

' Bas Relief of the Nelson Column '

' Remains of the Roman Wall on Toer Hill London '

' Sculptured End of Roman Sarcophagus Found on Tower Hill '

' Tower Hill London - Inscribed Roman Stone '

Birmingham Music Festival


Foreign and Colonial News:

France - with mention of General St Arnaud – General Haynau

United States

West Indies, Jamaica, HAvanna Cuba

Cape of Good Hope – with mention of General Cathcart and the Kaffir War


Illustrated London New Editorial

Metropolitan News include Improvements in the West End - - - Sanitary Reform at Tottenham - - - Metropolitan Commission of Sewers - - - Strike in the Building Trade - - - Case of Hydrocephalus - - - Accidents from Cattle Driving - - - Mr Green's Five Hundredth Balloon Ascent

Law and Police Intelligence incudes – Ballooning with Animals - - - Effects of Betting Houses

Parachute Descent from a Balloon by Madame Poitevin from Cremorne Gardens

The Vraic Harvest at Guernsey

Church and Universities

Trade and Navigati9on of the United Kingdom – List of Imports etc and includes Opium 8644 lb


Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased:

The Rev. Edward Duke, of Lake House near Amesbury in Wiltshire

Mister William Watlington died at Reading

George Richardson Porter Esq Secretary of the Board of Trade died at Tunbridge Wells


Fatal Railway Accident at Chard Canal Bridge, Creech resulting in the death of Humnberstone a Bristol and Exeter Fireman .

Country News includes Fatal and Destructive Thunder Storm in Worcester Gloucester and Hereford

Feast of Cutlers at Sheffield

The Electric Time Ball

The Markets

Sports

Monetary Transactions of the Week

Classified Type Adverts


Destruction of Lagos - Embarking The Captured Neapolitan Gun '

' Destruction of Lagos, Landing the Pinnace and Paddle box Boat to Embark the Captured Guns ' (both front page)

' Execution of Merino Outside the Gate Toledo At Madrid ' Martin Merino - Execution by garrotte

' Albacete Poignard ( dagger ) With Which Merino Attempted to Assassinate the Queen of Spain'

' The Burning of the Body of Merino Outside the Gate of Bilboa, At Madrid'

'Sir Charles Barry RA Architect of the New Houses of Parliament' .

' Museum of Practical Geology - Dr Lyton Playfair's Lecture '

' The Happy Family ' a cage full of animals including Cat Monkey Rabbit Dog Birds etc

' The Lake of Thun ' engraving from the painting by T. Danby

'Costume Miel of the French Senators and Councillors of State'

'Canoes Crossing The River St. Lawrence' .

'Commencement of the Quebec and Richmond Railway'

'The Aberdeen Clipper Built Barque, Phoenician'

'Grand Ball Given at Kandy to The Governor of Ceylon, Decoration of the Library'

' London Temperance League: Great Juvenille Gathering of Bands of Hope etc in Exeter Hall '

'Miss Crichton of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane'

'French Plays, Scene from The Marquis de Lauzan'

Plus a Musical Supplement entitled "English Songs and Melodies - The Poetry by Charles Mackay - The Symphonies and Accompaniments by Sir H. R. Bishop Knt. - Words and Music with five engravings



This second part of the description features items of news articles etc but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include :-

The Militia and the National Defences with reference to Mr Cobden

Destruction of Lagos on the Coast of Africa by the Brirish Squadron with reference to the ships taking part in the attack Penelope bloodhound and Sampson - - - The Slave Trade

Foreign and Colonial News includes Parisiana - France and The Organic Law of the Press etc - - - The River Plate - - - India - - - China - - - Australia The Gold Fields

Spain - The Burning of the body of Merino

Law intelligence

Imperial parliament includes - Caling out a Local Militia - - - Disfranchisement of St Albans - - - Stamp Duty on Newspapers - - - Mail Contracts, Australia - - - The Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and The "World" Newspaper, Vot of Want of confidence - - - The Tactics of the Conservative Party on the Reform Bill

Naval and Military Intelligence

Court and Haut Ton - Royal Comings and Goings

Church Universities etc - Preferments and Appointments

Metropolitan News includes London Orphan Asylum - - - St Luke's Hospital - - - London Fever Hospital - - - London Necropolis and National Mausoleum

The Theatres

Epitome of News Foreign And Domestic - snippetts of news

Monetary Transactions for the Week

Country News includes the Late inundation at Holmfirth - Floods Subscription

Obituary of Eminent Persons includes Sir William Millieken Napier, Bart at his residence Milliken, Renfrewshire - - - Sir Edmund Stephen Thomas, Bart died suddenly at Cork aged 42 - - - William Lewis Lord Dinorben of Kinmel Park - - - Hugh Jackson, Esq of Duddington and Wisbech .

Deaths include Robert Blackwood Publisher

Metropolitan Sewerage - Deputation to Lord John Russell


Emperor Napoleon III Entering Paris ' front page

The Search for Sir John Franklin -:

' Smith Sound in Baffins Bay – "The Isabel " Entering the Polar Basin '

' The Isabel Stuck in Ice Off Talbot Inlet '

' An Eskimo of Lieveley – Sophie Broberg ' info. inhabitant of Qeqertarsuaq or Godhavn

' Eskimo Ladies of the Hunde Islands to the South of Disko '

' The Isabel at Anchor at Fiskernoes in The south of Greenland ' the ship anchored in a bay at a Danish settlement, houses in the background, Eskimo hunters inthe foreground

' The Smithfield Club Prize Cattle Show:

' Short Horned Heifer Owned by Mr Joseph Phillips and Short Horn Owned by Mr Richard Stratton '

' Devon Ox Owned by Mr Bond and Devon Ox Owned by The Earl of Leicester '

' Hereford Heifer Owned by Mr J. D. Cooke and Cross Bred Ox Owned by Mr J. Futcher Jun. '

Full page print from engraving from drawings by Harrison Weir

' St Cloud in France – Arrival of the Deputation from the Legislative Body '

' The Hotel De Ville paris – Proclamation of the Empire '

' Reaping Machinery ' six small engravings showing Hussey and M'Cormick's macnine

'Chess Problem nby The Rev. H. Bolton '

Presents from Mexico to Queen Victoria and The Prince of Wales:

' Mexican Ponies For the Prince Of Wales ' two ponies, plus a Mexican in traditional dress sitting on another

' Part of The Mexican Manga '

' Mexican Saddle, Bridle and Spurs etc '

' Fisherton in Salisbury – A Flooded Street ' people wading through the flood water

' Bust of The Late Miss Mary Berry by The Hon. Anne Seymur Damer ' – info. Mary Berry was a Yorkshire born author and a friend of Horace Walpole

' Mister George Alexander Hamilton MP for Dublin University ' .

' The Beaumont Institution at Mile End London Reive – Lecture on the Duke of Wellington '

The Budget – with ref. to Mr Disraeli

Metropolitan News includes:

The Lord Mayors Dinner

Lord Frankfort in the House of Correction

Small-Pox Vaccination

The Royal Orthopoedic hospital

Foreign and Colonial News

Imperial parliament with ref. to Earl of Aberdeen – Earl of Derby – Marquis of Lansdowne – Duke of Newcastle

House of Commons – the Income Tax with ref. to Mr Gladstone - - Defences of the Country - - Industrial Universities and Art Manufacture - - The Tenants Compensation (Ireland) Bill

Election Intelligence

Search for Sir John Franklin

Sir Edward Belcher 's Arctic Expedition – Letter from a Mr Barrow describing a stay at Lieveley and a description of Eskimo ladies including Sophie Broberg .

The Court – Royal Comings and Goings

The Budget – Resolutions Proposed by the Chancellor of the Exchequer

Church and Universities Appointments

Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased:

Edmund William Shuldham died Miel at Dunmanway in Co. Cork Ireland

D. F. Haynes Esq Late of Lonesome and Ashstead, Surrey, Personal Friend of Lord Byron and Sir Walter Scott

' Dame Susanna Hoghton, Relict of Sir Henry Philip Hoghton, died at her Seat at Astley Hall in the County of Lancaster

The Theatres – Sadlers Wells etc

Provincial Intelligence – Destructive Inundation near Manchester at Bury – with ref to Elton – Lower Croft BleachworksMr Whitehead – Mr Open Shaw Cotton Mill – Elton-fold Old Mill - Mr C. Wolstenhome or Wolstenholme


' Birmingham – The Music Festival at the Town Hall ' horses and carriages of the Triennial Music Festival Company arriving at the town hall

' Lisbon – The first Regatta of the Lisbon Yachts '

' Manchester – Opening of the Free Library '

' Linton North Devon – The Land Slip and Remarkable Escape of Artist Mr Philip Mitchell ' .

' Port Coon Cave near the Giants Causeway '

' Carrick a Rede and The Swinging Bridge '

' The Giants Causeway ' panoramic engraving on a half page

' The Vraic or Sea Weed Harvest at Guernsey ' a view over a bay with Fort Grey inthe distance and many seaweed gatherers in the foreground – crease to print but would press out

' Carting the Vraic ' men loading the seaweed from horses and carts onto a barge style sailing boat

France - The Fete at Calais –:

' Courgainaise Fishwomen '

' Sketch in the Courgain '

' The Grande Place at Calais – The Musical Procession Reive '

' Calais -The Fishmarket in the Courgain '

' Calais – Courgainaise Women Miel Hauling in a Fishing Boat '

Chess problem by Wilson Bigland Esq of Leamington Chess Club

' In Westwood Park Droitwich – An Oak Tree Struck By Lightning '

' The Warwick Race Plate '

' Hexham Church – Lady Chapel Proposed for Restoration '

' St Catherines Bay Jersey – The New Harbour ' a wonderful print from engraving of a pretty bay, people waving, small boats and steam boats, lighthouse and houses

' Electric Time Ball and Clock in West Strand London ' .

' The Late Joseph W. Allen – Painter '

' Statue of the Duke of Wellington By Alfred Crowquill '

' Bas Relief of the Nelson Column '

' Remains of the Roman Wall on Toer Hill London '

' Sculptured End of Roman Sarcophagus Found on Tower Hill '

' Tower Hill London - Inscribed Roman Stone '

Birmingham Music Festival

Foreign and Colonial News:

France - with mention of General St Arnaud – General Haynau

United States

West Indies, Jamaica, HAvanna Cuba

Cape of Good Hope – with mention of General Cathcart and the Kaffir War

Illustrated London New Editorial

Metropolitan News include Improvements in the West End - - - Sanitary Reform at Tottenham - - - Metropolitan Commission of Sewers - - - Strike in the Building Trade - - - Case of Hydrocephalus - - - Accidents from Cattle Driving - - - Mr Green's Five Hundredth Balloon Ascent

Law and Police Intelligence incudes – Ballooning with Animals - - - Effects of Betting Houses

Parachute Descent from a Balloon by Madame Poitevin from Cremorne Gardens

The Vraic Harvest at Guernsey

Church and Universities

Trade and Navigati9on of the United Kingdom – List of Imports etc and includes Opium 8644 lb

Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased:

The Rev. Edward Duke, of Lake House near Amesbury in Wiltshire

Mister William Watlington died at Reading

George Richardson Porter Esq Secretary of the Board of Trade died at Tunbridge Wells

Fatal Railway Accident at Chard Canal Bridge, Creech resulting in the death of Humnberstone a Bristol and Exeter Fireman .

Country News includes Fatal and Destructive Thunder Storm in Worcester Gloucester and Hereford

Feast of Cutlers at Sheffield

The Electric Time Ball

The Markets

Sports

Monetary Transactions of the Week

Classified Type Adverts


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The Viceroy of Egypt – Abbas Pacha ' front page engraving

' the harbour at Alexandria – Railway Works ' front page engraving


The Burmese War:

' Rangoon Burma and the Burmese Stockades – War Steamer Hermes - Burmese King's Ship - HMS Fox '

' Burmese War Boat ' with standing warriors

' In The Tenasserim Provinces - Mawlamyine with Mottama in the Distance ' a lovely engraving showing the hills, pagodas, lake, etc – info Tanintharyi Region in Myanmar (Burma)


' The Exact Size of a Large Emerald the Property of the Duke of Devonshire '

' The Kaffir War – The Graves of British Officers and Soldiers at \Post Retief, Winterberg Mountains '

' Lacon's Patent Boat Lowering Apparatus – Fig 1 – Fig 2 – Fig 3 '

' Financial Decree of the Prince President Converting the Five per Cent. Rentes into Four and a half per Cent. Rentes – Crowds at the Bourse ' crowds outside the Paris Bourse or Stock Exchange

' The Right hon. Benjamin Disraeli MP – The Chancellor of the Exchequer ' engraving published by Messrs Colnaghi

' Grimsby - The Great Grimsby new Dock '

' Banquet in the Lock Pit of the Great Grimsby new Dock '

' Chess Problem by Judy '

' Audley End the Seat of Lord Braybrooke – Reception of the hon. R. C. and Lady Charlotte Neville '

' Audley End – the Grand Dinner inthe hall ' Keenlyside

' The Adelphi Theatre – Scene from the Tragedy of "Timoleon" ...'

' The Auction Sale at the Crystal Palace – The Auctioneer and the Sale of The Fittings '


Supplement to The ILN from a previous issue:

' The Stereoscope ' seven small diagrams


the Napoleonic Idea in France – with mention of The Bread Tax and Anti Bread Tax – M. De Morny – M. Bocher – M. Cousin - M. Villemain – M. De Germiny - M. Lenoir mayor of Clamcy – etc

' The Viceroy of Egy[t


Foreign and colonial News:

Parisiana "From Our Own Correspondent" with mention of M. Alexandre Dumas – etc

France – with mention of Louis Napoleon – An Address to the Troops by Louis Napoleon in the Place de Carrousel – M. Clement Thomas Received Notice to Quit France - M. Simiot – M. Quesne – M. Belot de Minieres – M. Laflize – transportations to Africa etc – M. Atoine – MN. Gafney of the Journal du havre expelled – Mm d'Haussonville and Thomas

Egypt

United States of America

West Indies


Election Intelligence

The search in the Arctic Regions, meeting of the Royal Geographical Society at the Royal Institution in Albemarle St - with mention of Sir Roderick Murchison – John Franklin - Lieutenant Pim – Capt. Erasmus Ommanney – Mr Andrew White – Earl of Verulam – Earl of Cathcart – Captain Beatson – Mr P. L. Simmonds – A Letter from John Rae Esq Commanding A. S. Expedition, (to Archibald Barclay esq), Dated Biddle House, Detroit USA 1852

the Burmese War – From a Correspondent and dated Moulmein 21 Jan

W. S. Lacon and His Patent Boat Lowering Apparatus

Illustrated London News Editorial with mention of Lord Derby – Mr Cobden – Mr Disraeli – etc

Court and Haut Ton – Royal Comings and Goings

Small items of news – with mention of Secessions from the Church of Rome - - - Cursing a Magistrate by a Clergyman, the Rev. Mr Moore of Flordon nr Norwich - - - New Religious Sect under a man named Vintras at Tilly sur Seulles - - - A Mormon Miracle - - - New Application of Vapour Baths - - - Fire at Croydon in Surrey Street, three persons destroyed - - - Loss of RMS Amazon a wooden paddle wheel mail steamer of the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company

The General Post Office and Money Order Offices

General Report of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners


Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased:

Major General Sir Henrry Wheatley of Hampton Court Green Middx died at St James's Palace

Sir Charles Fergusson Forbes at his residence in Argyll St. London

Captain Sir Samuel Brown the inventor of Chain Cables and Chain Bridges, and Piers of Suspension


Substitute for Fuel Patented by Dr Bachhoffner and Mr Defries

Chancellor of the Exchequer The Right Hon. B. Disraeli – full page

The Great Grimsby Docks – with mention of Mr Rendel Engineer in Chief – Mr Adam Smith Resident Engineer – Messrs Hutchings Brown and Wright – Mr Longhurst of the Yarborough Arms – Earl of Powis – Lord A. Paget – John Parker – J. A. Roebuck – E. Heneage – Hon. Mr Melville – J. M. Rendel – Mr Adam Smith – Directors Messrs John Chapman, C. Geach, S. Peto, W. Hutton, C. Gamble, W. H. Lees, S. Brook, C. F. Younge, T. R. Barker, T. Greig, Mr hutchings, Mr Wright

Law and Police Intelligence – Law Reform - - Liberty in the Model Republic! With mention of William Houston - - The Claycross Collision on the Midland Railway - - Mr Joseph Tennyson a Surgeon in the Royal Navin of Broughton Place, Hackney

Parliament

naval And Military Intelligence

the Theatres

Metropolitan News: Aborigines Protection - - - Royal Caledonian Asylum - - - Fair in the Thames Tunnel - - - City Commissioners of Sewers - - - General Pension Society - - - bank of England - - - Metropolitan Commission of Sewers - - - Engineers Strike - - - Births and Deaths with numbers of deaths from various diseases

The Markets

the London Gazette – Bankrupts etc

Births Marriages and Deaths


Supplement:

Parliament – Commercial |Policy of the Government

The London corporation Bill

The Duties on Sugar  .

Tax upon Coals

The Stereoscope

Answers to Correspondents


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'Execution of Merino, Outside the gate Toledo, At Madrid'

'Albacete Poignard, With Wich Merino Attempted to Assassinate the Queen of Spain'

' The Burning of the Body of Merino Outside the Gate of Bilboa, At Madrid'

'Costume of the French Senators and Councillors of State'

'Canoes Crossing The River St. Lawrence'

'Commencement of the Quebec and Richmond Railway'

'The Aberdeen Clipper Built Barque, Phoenician'

'Grand Ball Given at Kandy to The Governor of Ceylon, Decoration of the Library'

'Sir charles Barry RA Architect of the New Houses of Parliament'

'Museum of Practical Geology - Dr Lyton Playfair's Lecture'

'The Happy Family' a cage full of animals including Cat Monkey Rabbit Dog Birds etc

'The Lake of Thun'

'London Temperance League: Great Juvenille Gathering of Bands of Hope etc in Exeter Hall'

'Miss Crichton of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane'

'French Plays, Scene from The Marquis de Lauzan'

Also articles, no engravings, including:

'The Militia and the National Defences'

'Foreign and Colonial News'

' 'Naval and Military Intelligence'

'Obituary of Eminent Persons includes Sir William Millieken Napier, Bart at his residence Milliken, Renfrewshire - Sir Edmund Stephen Thomas, Bart died suddenly at Cork aged 42 - William Lewis Lord Dinorben - Hugh Jackson, Esq of Duddington and Wisbech'

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It features articles with prints from engravings including:


 

 


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Hereford Cathedral interior

Mount Etna in Eruption

staue of Robert Peel, Bury

Koh I Noor diamond

Report of the death of Duke of Wellington

Floods in Worcestershire

Launch of HMS Windsor Castle

opening of the Morayshire Railway at Lossiemouth (p235 -236 half missing) + supplement Life of the Duke of Wellington (p231 - p232 missing)

descent of Greens balloon, Guildford



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The Oxford and Cambridge Eight Oared Boat Race, Sketched between Putney and Mortlake'(front page - pictured)

'Mr Boyds Yacht, Wanderer' L

'The "Bay State" and "Empire City" Steam Ships' Fall River

'Sleighing In New York'

'Railway Car, Detaching The Horse'

'Interior of an American Railway Car'

'Fatal wreck of Her Majestys Steamer Birkenhead and Large Loss of Life' 358 died off the Cape of Good Hope. The men that drowned are listed and also a list of some of the survivors

'Christ Blessing The Little Children'

'Palm Sunday in Paris'

'The Cross of Fire in St Peters at Rome on Maundy Thursday' Full page

'Mr Albert Smiths Ascent of Mont Blanc, The Grands Mulets'

Jo Millers Grave, St Clements Burial Ground'

'Stiltobn, Winner of The Metropolitan Stakes, at The Epsom Spring Meeting'

'St MArys Parochial Schools, Reading'

'Explosion of The Collier Brig "Resolution" Wreck, in Gravesend Reach'

'The Burmese War, The Indian Naval Steam Squadron Leaving Bombay For Rangoon' (pictured)

'the Steam Frigate Feroze' (pictured)


This second part of the description features items of news, articles etc but have no images associated with the subject matter unless mentioned in the image list. They include :-

'The National Income and Our Future Financial Policy'

'Murder of Mr Boyd in The Solomon Islands'

Foreign and Colonial News'

'Naval and Military Intelligence'

'Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently deceased includes The Duchess Ida, Consort of Duke Charles Bernard of Saxe Weimar Eisenach, Sister of her late Majesty the Queen Dowager Adelaide, widow of William IV - - Prince Felix Louis John Frederick deSchwarzenberg died from a stroke of apoplexy at Vienna - - Thomas Haviland Burke Esq - - Mr Edward Fitzwilliam, Actor - - Thomas Tyrwhitt Drake Esq of Shardeloes Bucks etc


 

The Illustrated london News in 1852 (July to December) 588 p (16 pages per week)

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Whitby (1/2p engraving), Eastbourne (1/2p engraving), The Australian Gold Rush- Mt Alexander - Pt Philip

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Ship collision off Northfleet Point

King of Gold Nuggets (Australia) 27lb 6oz

The General Election and results (engravings) 2p

The Riots at Stockport s The English v The Irish


 

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The ex Rajah of Coory

Testing anchors at Sheerness Docks

Royal Agricutural Society meeting at Lewes

Deeside Railway cutting

The Burmese War report

Re- cutting the Koo I Noor diamond

The General election drawings by Phiz The Chepstow suspension bridge


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' Building Used as the Field Hospital During the Storming of Rangoon '


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' The Stamford Race Cup '

' The Jersey Race Cup '

' The Aeolian Vase Presented by Queen Victoria to the Royal Yacht Club '


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' Re-Cutting of the Koh-I-Noor Diamond ' - Kohinoor

' Elevation of Part of The Diamond Cutting Machine '

' Parts of the Diamond Cutting Machine '


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The Kilkenny Election

' Canvassing for Votes '

' Peasantry Reading the Candidates Addresses '

' The Successful Candidate ' a drawing by Phiz

' The Rejected Candidate ' Drawn by Phiz


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' Chess Problem by the Rev. H. Steventon '


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Royal Agricultural Societys Show at Lewes

' Hereford Bull Class I - First Prize ' - - - ' Short Horn Class I - First Prize '

' Kentish Sheep Class I - Second prize ' - - - ' Southdowns Fist Class - First prize ' - - - ' Kentish Sheep Class I - First prize '

' Devon Bull Class I First Prize ' - - - ' Sussex Bull Second Prize '

' Prize Poultry - Cochin China - White Cochin China ( rare ) - Poland '

' The Chepstow Tubular Suspension Bridge and Junction of the Wye and Severn Rivers - The South Wales Railway ' a wonderful view from a hill

' Plan of the Chepstow Tubular Suspension Bridge ' plus a diagram

' The Bucks Election - Mister Disraeli Addressing the Electors in the County Hall At Aylesbury '

' Rainsford Mill at Colchester Struck by Lightning ...'

' Her Majestys Cruise - The Royal Squadron Leaving the Isle of Wight ' the ships named


This second part of the description features items of news articles etc but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include :-
The President on the Rhine

Foreign and Colonial New includes France - - - United States with reference ty Judge preston of the Supreme Court - The Steam Ship Philadelphia Steam Ship and a Cholera Outbreak - Dr George A. Gardiner - Henry Clay - - - West Indies '

Burmese War

Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased includes Sir John Lambton Loraine of Kirke Harle (possibly Kirkharle ) Northumberland - - - The Rev. Edward Murray late rector of Northolt - - - Thomas Gisborne Esq at his residence Yoxall Lodge Staffs

The Recutting of th eKoh-I-Noor Diamond

Fatal Accident at the Star Inn Bolton - apprx 120 words

The Weather

Artificial Production of Fish

Recent Collision and Sinking of the Duchess of KEnt Steamer - Inquest on the body of Mr John Sard

Metropolitan News includes - The Shoeblack's Society - - St Katharines Dock Company - - and more

Mr. Mechi's Farming

Prices of Coffee

The Stockport Riots

Marriage of Miss Georgiana Caroline Lascelles Daughter of the Late Rt. Hon. W. Lascelles MP to Mr Grenfell MP

Matlock Bath

Fetes at Strasbourg + Literature Arts and Science supplement

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The Great Fire at Montreal

The Great Palm House at Kew ()

Cork Harbour Regatta

A Temperance procession Dumfries


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The "Lizzie Webber" 1st emigrant ship to sail from Sunderland to Australia

Musical fete at Watcombe, Torquay

The Old and New Crystal Palaces

Start of St Andrews, Quebec railway


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Sketches from the Turon gold fields NSW Australia

Queen Victorias Visit to Antwerp

Planting the Blue Flag on Cross Fell, Cumberland

Sketches in Burmah

The Kaffir War

The New Crystal palace

pages 141 - 146 missing


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The Botallack Mine - Cornwall

The fatal election riot, six mile bridge, Clare, Ireland

Departure of the SS Great Britain from Liverpool to Australia

Gigantic telescope on Wandsworth common + supplement Queen Victoria at Osborne, Winterhalter


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' Leeds - The Statue of the Late Sir Robert Peel ...'

' Cornwall - The Botallack Mine '

' The Royal Italian Opera - Scene from Pietro il Grande ...'

' Newark - Beaumonts Cross ' - I think this should read Beaumond Cross

' Newark Church - St Mary Magdalene ' a view looking down a street with shops and hotels

' The Great Hall Newstead Abbey - the British Archaeological Association '

' Interior of Southwell Church ( Minster ).. '

Chess Problem by ECB of Princeton USA

' Galway - Meeting of th eRoyal Agricultural Society '

' Presentation of the Address to the Lord Lieutenant and Countess Eglinton at the College, Galway'

' The SS Great Britain Leaving Prince's Pier, Liverpool for Australia ' steamship

' The Ballengeich or Ballangeich Emigrant Ship Leaving Southampton For Australia - Mrs Chisholms Farewell ' both spellings are in the feature

Wandsworth Common - the Gigantic Craig Telescope Just Erected '

' Henley Upon Thames - A Cedar Tree Struck by Lightning in the grounds of ParK Place'

' Mr J. P. Hind of Mr Bishops Observatory Regents Park Discovers Another Planet ..'

Illustrated Londn New Supplement

' Cowherds and Cattle in Evening Painted by Cuyp '

Her Majesty Queen Victoria and The Infant Prince Arthur From a Painting by Winterhalter ' a beautiful full page print from engraving - engraved by George Zobel

' Osborne House Isle of Wight - From the park '

' The Lodge at Osborne House ...'

' Horticultural Society at Chiswick - Ewings Patent Glass Wall '

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Also articles ( no prints/photos etc unless listed above) including

Railway Amalgamations with reference to Mr Glyn the Chairman of London and North Western Railway Co.

' Foreign and Colonial News includes Political intelligence from Paris - - The United States and The Fisheries Question with reference to r Webster - Commodore M'Anley

Cholera

Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased includes Alexander Hamiliton Douglas Duke of Hamiliton died at his mansion in Portman Square London

Jeffery Hart Bent Chief Justice of British Guiana

Dr Herbert Mayo late Senior Surgeon at Middlesex Hospital and Professor at Kings College, died at Bad Weilbach near Mayence on the Rhine

Wills include Silvestre de Souza Telles of Lisbon - - - Lord Wenlock - - - Miss Abigail Pratten late of New Road Marylebone

Law and Police Intelligence includes The Wreckers at the Nore, The Southend Boatmen - - - Clergyman Charged With Forgery The Rev James Nisbett

Newcastle Screw Collier John Bowes

The Court and Haut Ton - At Osborne etc

Metropolitan News includes Family Colonization at Clapham - - - The Proposed Water Sources for the Metropolis Conveyance of Patients Having Contagious Diseases in Public Carriages - - - And More

British Archaeological Association at Newark with reference to Duke of Newcastle - Lord Robert Clinton MP - Sir W. C. Anstruther - Rear Admiral Sir W. H. Dillon - Sir Oswald Moseley - and others

Naval and Military Intelligence includes The Duke of Wellington - - East Yorki Militia - - Berkshire Militia - - New Iron War Vessels - - Court Martial at Chatham of Lance Corporal William Maurice Jackson

Country News includes The Liverpool Chamber of Commerce - - New Free Library at Manchester - - Discovery of Old Canoes on the River Clyde above Govan - - The Late Holmfirth Deluge ( flood ) - - Smuggling On Board the Royal Squadron at Portsmouth

Monetary Transactions for th eWeek

Commercial Adverts of the Day

List of Publications of the Month

L Popular Science includes the Scientific Balloon Ascent by the Kew Observatory - - Salt and Th eDigestion - - New Plastic Material by M. Duthoit - - Bells Reaping Machine - - Gas Oven - - The Vastness of Icebergs - - To Preserve Cut Flowers - - Improved Lucifer Matches

Photography - Its Origin, Progress and Present State

 


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'Burmese Costumes - Road in Moulmein '

'View in The Iles Du Salut in French Guiana - Ile St Joseph - Ile Royale - Ile Du Diable '

'M. De Casabianca The French Minister of State'

'Village of Kourou in French Guiana '

The New Houses of Parliament - 'Lobby of The New House of Commons ' - - - 'Statue of Geoffrey De Mandeville, House of Lords, J. S. westmacott, Sculptor' - - - 'Chandelier in Corridor of the New House of Commons' - - - 'Statue of St George in Niche of the Victoria Tower, J. Thomas Sculptor'

'Spring Painted by Sidney R. Percy' Exhibition of the British Institution'

'Sallyport of Windsor Castle, Just Discovered'

'Chess'

'Commencement of The New Docks at Swansea, The Ceremony in Burrows Square '

'Scene I, Act I., From The Game of Speculation At the Lyceum theatre' with Mr Charles Mathews and Mrs Horn'

'The Point Lace Chamber From the "Prince of Happy Land" at the Lyceum Theatre'

A Pianoforte donated by Broadwoods at The Royal Society of Musicians

'Destruction of Lagos on The West Coast of Africa by The Britisyh Squadron '

'Uniform of The Metropolitan Rifle Club'

'Launch of The Countess of Ellesmere Steamer at Birkenhead'
Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including:
'The New Ministry and Its Opponents' with reference to Lord Derby

'The War in Kaffraria'

'Foreign and Colonial News'

'Church Universities &c'

'Clandestine and Irregular Marriages in The Diocese of London'

'India - The Burmese War'

'The Military Colonisation of French Guina'

'Court and Haut Ton at Osborne etc'

'Country News'

'Litereary Forgeries and The Shelley Letters published by Mr Moxon '

'Election Intelligence'

'Metropolitan News' includes Royal Orthopaedic Hospital for the Cure of Club Foot - - - Asylum for Idiots - - - City Slaughter Houses and Commn Lodging Houses - - - The Pauper Establishment at Edmonton - - - The Bluecoat Boys

'Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased includes The Rev Sir Harcourt Lees, Bart., at his seat Black Rock House Co Dublin - - - Sir William Jackson Homan, Bart., at his seat in The County of Waterford - - - Vcie Admiral Sir William Augustus Maontague KNT KCH CB - - - Major Wilmot of Berkswell Hall, Warwickshire in the dreadful Kaffir Warfare'

'The Engineers Strike '

'Mutiny and Sanguinary Affay' in The Mersey on board the American emigrant ship "The Queen of the West" ..'

'The Great Sea Serpent Caught at Last' A letter printed in The New York Tribune from Charles Seabury, master of the whale ship Monongahela


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Birmingham, England the Town Hall

Opening of the Manchester Free library

The Giants Causeway

The Seaweed harvest of Guernsey

Fete at Calais

New Harbour at Jersey

Ladychapel, Hexham Church

The Roman Wall of London

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number 579 From this date

The following numbers 579, 580, 581, 582, 589, 590, 591, 592, 593, 594, 596 and 597. Published September to December 1852. All are issues or supplements covering the death of Wellington, his life 15 pages, battles, honours, his death (with room plan), music sheets Mourn for the Mighty, Funeral March, funeral proccession, laying in state, home life, there is a fold-out mounted on linen approx. 22 x 33 inches, of the service in Saint Pauls. Plus another of this funeral car same size on linen plus full page funeral carriage of Nelson, 1805 and another of General Monks carriage, 1670. Dozens of articles nearly 100 illustrations many full page all on Wellington. The most comprehensive cover of Wellingtons life and death you can find written by people who were there as it happened. A total of 327 pages on one of England's greatest soldiers.

The Dukes funeral

RedHill farm Harvest home

opening of South Wales railway Camarthen

Prize poultry at Gt Yarmouth + another supplement of Duke of Wellington


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Louis Napoleans travels through europe

Strathfieldsay - seat of the Duke of Wellington

Wreck of the English brig"Hebe" in Ceylon

Devon and Cornwall archery club, Teignmouth

Exhibition in the Temperance Hall, Bolton, lancs

The "Peru" emigrant ship leaving Cork

Manchester and Liverpool agricultural show, Gt Homer Street, liverpool + supplement


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' Louis Napoleon at Aix - Les Jeux de la Fete Dieu '

' Fete at Inglismaldie to Celebrate the Birth of Lord Inverury

' The Organ at St James's Church Piccadilly, Originaly Constructed for King James II '

' Mary Elizabeth Squirrell ' of Shottisham Near Ipswich '

' Squirrel's Cottage at Shottisham NEar Ipswich '

' The Right Hon. General Lord Viscount Hardinge GCB Commanding in Chief Her Majestys Forces, Painted by Sir w. C. Ross RA '

'Exhibition of the Horticultural Society at Montreal '

' The Late Captain General Castanos, Duke of Baylen ' Francis Zavier Castanos

' Festival of the Perahera in Ceylon ' Sri Lanka

' Chess Problem by Herr Lowenthal '

The Duke of Wellington - ' Ruins of Dangan Castle ' Ireland

The Duke of Wellington - ' Kilmore Church onthe Dangan Estate '

The Duke of Wellington - ' The Duke at the Soiree of the Royal Academy '

The Duke of Wellington - ' The Dukes House at Walmer '

' Oxford and Birmingham Railway - Cutting at Harbury '

' Bridge Over The Reservoir at Solihull '

' The Leamington Station '

' Flood on the Great Northern Railway Between Darlington and Ferry Hill Stations '

' Extreme Peril of the " Castors " Launch Sent to Survey The Birkenhead Rock '

' Meteor Seen inn the Isle of Wight October 5 '

' The Planet Saturn With Its Third Ring, As Seen Through The Craig Telescope '

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Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including :-
Louis Napoleon on the Establishement of the French Empire

Foreign and Colonial News

National Sports

The Arctic Expedition with reference to Sir John Franklin

Boston and Midland Counties Railway Application for Shares

The Illustrated London NEws Editorial with reference to the US etc

Her Majestys Visit to North Wales - with reference to the Britannia Bridge and Mr Stephenson and more

Idolatrous Festival of the Perahera in Ceylon

theTheatres

Naval ANd Military Intelligence

Mr Petroffs Chess Games

Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased includes: William Lewis Second Lord Dinorben died at Kinmel Park Denbighshire age 31 - - - Sir Edward Thomas Trourbridge - Bart., Rear Admiral of the Red CB - - - Sir Juckes Granville Juckes Clifton Bart., of Clifton, Notts died at his seat Clifton Hall - - - William Lord Rollo of Duncrub in the county of Perth


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Mainly given over to the funeral etc of The Duke of Wellington. The normal ILN banner being replaced with that relating to The Duke of Wellington

' Funeral of the Late Duke of Wellington - The Procession in Pall Mall ' Front page

' The Late Duke of Wellington at The Bar of the House of Commons, Addressed by The Speaker in 1808 ' Full page engraving

' Temple Bar on the Night Before The Funeral of the Duke of Wellington ' Full page engraving

' Cromwell Lying in State from a Contemporary Print '

' Funeral of The late Duke of Wellington - Arrival of the Car at St Pauls Cathedral ' Double page pull out print from engraving - shows the funeral carriage which carried his body

' The Hero and His Horse on the Field of Waterloo, Twenty Years After The Battle Painted By B. R. Haydon ' .

' Batons of the Late Duke of Wellington - Portugal - Prussia - England - Netherlands - Spain - Hanpver - Austria - Russia '

' The Late Duke of Wellington Painted by Isabey ' the french miniature miel painter

' The Late Duke of Wellington Painted By Pellegrini '

' Room in Dangan Castle ' - - - ' First School of the Late Duke of Wellington at Trim '

' The Late Duke's Remains in the Crypt of St Pauls Cathedral '

' The Model Room St Pauls Cathedral '


This second part of the description features items of news articles etc but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include :-

The Duke of Wellington as Administrator of the Army

Duke of Wellington as an Agriculturalist and Landlord

Dr Cumming's Lecture on the Career and Character of the Duke of Wellington

Wellington Tributes

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Oliver Cromwell's State Funeral

Literature, reviews include The Photographic Album Part II by Maxine Du Camp - - - A Fortnight in Ireland by Sir Francis B. Heat - - - Lives of the Brothers Humboldt, Alexander and William by Juliette Bauer - - - Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition by Charles Wilkes USN Miel Commander of the Expedition - - - Passions of the Human Soul by Charles Fourier - - - Esmond - A Story of Queen Anne's Reign By W. M. Thackeray

The Dukes Birth and School Days

The Dukes birthplace - Letter to the Editor of the Illustrated London News from E. Tighe Gregory DD LL.D Retor and Vicar of Kilmore, Meath - dated Paget Priory, Kilcock 29 Nov 1852

Monthly Review of the Drama

 

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