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The Illustrated London News for the week ending Saturday July 10th 1852 - page 21

(left) Spire of Ross Church, Herefordshire, injured by lightning

(top right) "The Indus" steam-ship partly destroyed by fire, in Messrs. Wigram's dry dock, Blackwall

(under top right) "The King of Nuggets." - Lump of gold from Australia, about 11 inches long, weight 27lb 6oz 15dwts found at Forest Creek, Mount Alexander, Victoria

(bottom) Lord John Scott's "The Reiver," winner of "The July-Stakes," at Newmarket, 1852

The General Election

(top) Westminster Election- The hustings in Covent-Garden

(mid) Finsbury Election- The hustings at Clerkenwell-Green

(bottom) Tower Hamlets Election- The hustings at Stepney-Green

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