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Free Opening of The Royal Horticultural Societys Gardens on the Anniversary of The Late Prince Consorts Birthday' (front page)

'Opening of The Crystal Palace At Amsterdam for The Exhibition of Arts and Industry' Full page engraving

'Review in The Champ de Mars at Paris in Honour of The King Consort of Spain'

'The War in America: View of Petersburg and Its Suburbs From General Lee's Head Quarters' Wonderful double page panoramic engraving of views

'Scene of The Great Fire at Limoges, France' An atmospheric full page engraving. La scène Du Grand Feu à Limoges, France.

'The Great Fire at Limoges: The Public Crier Announcing The Distribution of Relief'

'The Great Fire at Limoges: Firemen and Soldiers of The Garrison Clearing Out a Portion of The Ruins' (Les pompiers et les Soldats de La Garnison Eclaircissant Hors une Portion Des Ruines)

'Grand Festival of TheMunicipality and Royal Academy of Antwerp: Temporary Restoration of The Old Bourse During The Fair'

'Inauguration of an Allegorical Statue of Antwerp Crowning The Bust of Teniers'

'Monument of The Battle of Chillianwalla'

'Bicentenary Festival of the Royal Academy of Antwerp: Procession to The Cathedral on Monday, August 22' Full page engraving

'Illumination and Fireworks at Versailles in Honour of The King Consort of Spain' Full page engraving

'Waterspout Seen Off Worthing on Sunday, August 21'(there is some brown spotting to this image) 

'Torbay Regatta: The Schooner Yachts Starting From Torquay'


'Extra Parliamentary Utterances'

'Foreign and Colonial News'

'church And Universities'

'Country News'

'The Court at windsor etc'

'Members Out of Parliament'

'Metropolitan News'

' The Farm'

'National Sports'

'The Great Fire at Limoges

'Mr Tennysons New Poems'

'Obituary of Eminent Persons inlcudes Sir Samuel O'Malley, Bart of Rosehill, County Mayo - - Sir John Rowland Eustace KH, Lieutenant General died at 7 Bouverie Square, Folkeston, Kent - - Robert Bruce Esq of Kennet died at Kennet House, County Clakmannan - - Sir Charles Justin MacCarthy, Governor of Ceylon died at Spa in Belgium

'Jos4eph Tcker Crawford Esq died at the Havannah where he has been Consul general since 1842 - - The Rev William Marsh DD, Honorary Canon of Worcester and Recotor of Beddington Surrey died at his rectory at Beddington near Croydon - - George Offer Esq at his house at South Hackney, formerley a bookseller on Tower Hill, later a county magistrate of Middlesex'

'Chess'

'Column for The Curious'



Engravings in January - June Illustrated london News 1864

Some of the engravings (full page or 2-page size unless noted) are: Squad of Elephants Saluting Commandant at Dinapore India/Group of Police Force Newly Organized in Bengal,

Christmas Pantomimes and Burlesques (2 page),

Sketches From Mexico,

Schleswig-Holstein Difficulty- Federal Troops into Altona,

Presentation to Countess of Yarborough of an Equestrian Portrait (half),

Paris Demolitions - Hotel des Haricots or Prison of the National Guard of Paris,

Experiments With the Armstrong 600 Pounder,

Scheswig Holstein Difficulties (many),

Burial of the Late King of Denmark Coffin Being Borne to the Mausoleum,

Prize Pigeons at the Show at the Philo-Peristeron (half),

Stampede of Jackals Through Calcutta (half),

War in New Zealand - Gun Boat Pioneer at Anchor (half),

Ganges Pilgrims Passing a Ghaut (half),

St. Mary Tower Church Ipswich,

Explosion on Board the Barque Lottie Sleigh,

Sketches From New Zealand,

Paris Fashions for February (half),

Expedition Against the Hill Tribes on the Punjab Frontier,

The Races at Cairo,

The Chaudiere Goldfields Canada,

View of the Chilian Cordellera from Santiago,

The Valparaiso and Santiago Railway,

War in Denmark - Prussian Troops Leaving Altona,

The Movers and Seconders of the Addresses in Both Houses of Parliament,

Refuge for the Aged at Auteuil,

Charing Cross,

Charing Cross Railway,

Charing Cross Railway Station from the River,

Alfred Tennyson the Poet Laureate,

Illustration of the War in Schleswig (many),

War in Schleswig Austrian Camp,

Building Proposed to be Erected in the Alexandra Park,

Satumas Envoys Paying the Indemnity Money at Yokohama for the Murder of Mr.Richardson (half),

The Seat of War in Denmark (half page map),

War in Schleswig - 9 th Regiment of Hussars,

Fish Nurseries at Huningue France,

War in Schleswig - Battle of Oversee/ The Dannewerk,

Dannewerk Redoubt,

Prussian Ammunition Train,

Floods at Melbourne Australia,

War in New Zealand,

Paris Fashions for March (half),

Temporary Bridge Over the Thames at Blackfriars (half),

Illustrations of the War in Schleswig (2 page),

Officers of the 1st Surrey Volunteer Rifle Corps,

Taeping Rebellion in China (many),

Illustrations of the Flood at Sheffield - 2 pages,

View of the Bradley Reservoir,

Illustrations of the War in Denmark,

The Flood at Sheffield - Plan at the Loxley Valley (map),

Shakespeare Pavilion at Stratford-on-Avon/Interior of the Shakespeare Pavilion,

Illustrations of the War in Denmark (2 page),

Race in the Channel Between the Atlanta Twin-screw Steamer and the Dover Mail Packet Empress/The Alabama Destroying the Texas Star on Martaban,

Paris Fashions for April (half),

Illustrations of the Flood at Sheffield,

including Sheffield from the Langstett Road Showing the Suburbs that were Flooded,

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Sheffield - Conveying the Dead to the Receiving House/Burial of the Unclaimed Dead,

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Destruction of the Fortifications of the Ionian Islands,

Volunteer Review at Blackheath,

War in Denmark - Prussian Battery,

The City of New York Steamship on Daunts Rock at Queenstown Harbour/The Midships Saloon of the City of New York,

Arrival of Garibaldi at Southhampton,

War in Denmark - View of Duppel During the Prussian Bombardment (half page over 2 pages),

Ramsgate Life Boat,

Prize Dogs at Dublin Dog Show (half),

Garibaldi in England,

Garibaldi Arrival at the Townhall Bargate,

Garibaldi in the Balcony of the Townhall/Garibaldi’s Birthplace at Nice,

General Garibaldi Entering Faringford House the Residence of Mr. Tennyson,

View of Blackfriars and St. Paul’s From the Unfinished Railway Bridge,

Garibaldi Receiving an Address at the Nine Elms Railway,

A Tableau of Shakespeare Characters,

War in Denmark,

Garibaldi Arrival at Charing Cross,

Assembly at Stafford House of Garibaldi,

Garibaldi at the Crystal Palace,

Plan of Shakespeare Pavilion at Stratford/Map of Stratford-on-Avon and its Neighbourhood,

Shakespeare Commemoration at Stratford - Scene from Twelfth Night (half),

War in Denmark - Battle around Duppel/Temporary Field Hospital/Collecting the Prussian and Danish Dead (2 page),

Prussian Assault on Redoubt No. 6,

General Peel Winner of the Two Thousand Guineas at New Market (half),

Shakespeare Commemoration (many scenes of plays),

Town of Sonderburgh in Ruins After Bombardment,

Shakespeare Commemoration Fancy Ball (2 page),

Opening of the Punjab Exhibition of Arts and Industry at Lahore/Interior of the Exhibition Building at Lahore,

Clipper Ship The Royal Edward (half),

French Transatlantic Company’s Steam Packet Washington (half),

Royal Sovereign Turret Ship,

Barrack Life of Danish Soldiers,

Public Funeral at Copenhagen,

Metropolitan Main Drainage Works at Crossness,

Camel Carriage Used by the Lieutenant Governor of the Punjab,

Shipping Wild Animals in the London Docks,

Metropolitan Main Drainage Works Machinery for Lifting the Sewage,

London Main Drainage Works Aqueduct (half),

Main Drainage Works View and Section of the Outfall of the Northern Drainage At Barring Creek,

New Ironclad Fleet Her Majesty’s Sloop-of-War Enterprise,

Paris Fashions for June (half),

New Railway Carriage Built for the Use of the Prince and Princess of Wales,

Restorative Treatment of the Apparently Drowned (Dr. Marshall Halls’ Method/Dr. Sylvester’s Method),

King of Denmark Visiting the North Sea Squadron,

London Chatham and Dover Railway Company Works on the River,

Blair Athol Winner of the Derby (half),

Fille de Lair Winner of the Oaks (half),

Volunteer Review in Hyde Park - Princess of Wales,

Volunteer Review in Hyde Park General View,

Yacht Matches in the Thames,

Marriage of the Count de Paris with the Princess Isabelle D’Orleans,

Charing Cross Railway Station and Hotel,

Prize Dogs of the Second International Dog Show at the Islington Agricultural Hall,

Royal Visit to Cambridge (several),

Ascot Races 1864,

Ocean Yacht Match from Gravesend to Harwich,

Race for the Grand Prix de Paris,

Screw Steam-ship Royal Standard I Collision with an Iceberg on the Home Voyage (half),

Chapel of the High Altar of the Cathedral of Toledo,

Obsequies of the Duke of Malakoff,

Siege Operations in St. Mary’s Creek,

Inspection of the Civil Service Volunteers by the Prince of Wales,

Sir John Soane’s Museum in Lincolns-Inn-Fields Sarcophagus Room,

Soane’s Museum Monks Parlour/Breakfast Room,

Schooner Match of the Royal Thames Yacht Club,

Duel of Cherbourg Between the Alabama and the Keasarge, etc.

American Civil War Engravings: The Confederates Quitting Brownsville Texas (half), Federal Steamer Chesapeake Seized by Confederates (half), Fort Fisher Commanding the New Inlet Entrance to Cape Fear River (half page horizontally), Winter Quarters of the Left Wind of the Confederate Army on the Rapidan (half), Camp of Federal Prisoners on Belle Isle Richmond, View of Nassau British West Indies - Depot for the Blockade Running Trade (half page over 2 pages), Confederate Cruiser Georgia (half), General Robert Edmund Lee Commander-in-Chief of the Army of the Confederate States of America (3/4 page full height portrait), General Longstreet of the Army of the Confederate States of America (half), Late General J.E.B. Stuart of the Army of Confederate States (half)


January 2nd and 9th

Current topics - American Civil War and the Polish Insurrection. Sudden birth of a first son (the rather odd Albert Victor) to the Prince and Princess of Wales. Prussian/Austrian troops on the march towards Denmark and the British Prime Minister Earl Russell is quoted as saying that Britain would assist Denmark if called on to do so. We now know that this was an empty promise.

Illustrations as follows:

Full or Double Page illustrations:
Christmas Pantomimes and Burlesques (Double)
Burial of the late King of Denmark at Roeskilds Cathedral.

Half Page or part page illustrations:
Elephants saluting at Dinapore, India,
Police Force in Bengal,
Grave Mounds of Romans, Bartlow Hills, Essex
Memorial to Prince Consort at Hastings
Wycliffe Chapel Birmingham
Column at St Foye, near Quebec,
De Jesus, famous Mexican Brigand Chief (scanned)
Court Martial of brigands at Puebla (scanned)
Church of St Jude Grays Inn Rd
Church Holy Trinity Lee, Kent
Lake Fusaro, Southern Italy, the Lethe of Virgil
Painting - Scene from Tennyson's Dora by A. Burr
4 x Scenes of and within The Prison of the National Guard of Paris
2 x Trials of the Armstrong Gun at Shoeburyness


January 16th and 23rd

Half Page or part page illustrations:
Unemployed in Blackburn, Lancashire mending roads
4 x Maya ruins Copan Honduras.
2 x Palmerston Church, near Dublin.
Provincial Town Hall drawing.
Tarpeian Rock, Rome
2 x House and Church at Dharamsala, India where Earl of Elgin buried
Prize Pigeons
Jackals in Calcutta suburb
Bust of Field Marshall Lord Seaton.
Ganges Pilgrims passing a Ghaut.
‘Lottie Sleigh’ wreckage.
Dean Arthur Stanley of Westminster


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The War in Schleswig – An Austrain Outpost at Lottorf ' front page – info. South Jutland or Germany

' The Battle of Oversee I Schleswig '

' Redoubt 10 at The Dannewerk '

' Summit of the Dannewerk – A Battery '

' A Redoubt on the Dannewerk '

' Flensburg – Prussian Ammunition Column Entering the Town ' full page print from engraving

' The Island of Alsen - The Chateau of Augustenburg '

' Sundeved Denmark – The Chateau of Gravenstein the Reive Prussian HQ '


The British Charge D'Affaires In Japan – Lieutenant Colonel Edward St John Neale '

' The Building of Barracks for British Troops at Yokohama '

' Captain Lott of The Cunard Mail Steamer Persia '

' The Surrey Hills - The Turner Gold Medal Prize Landscape by Mister Frank Walton '  .

' Plan of the Rangariri District of New Zealand ' places named inc. Lake Waikare – Waikato – Kumukumo – Te Onetea – Waikaretirohia etc

The War in New Zealand - Rangariri from The Waikato River '

' Maori prisoners from Rangariri Waiting to Be Boarded onto HMS Pioneer '

' Rangariri - Stronghold of the Maoris '

' Paris Fashions for March – Three Dresses – Evening – Ball and Carriage Dresses '

' The Thames at Blackfriars – A Temporary Bridge to Replace the Old Bridge which Has for Some Time Been in a Very Crazy Condition and to Be Rebuilt '

' The Turner Gold Medal ' two engravings showing The Observe and Reverse

' Chess Problem by H. Meyer of Hanover '

Foreign and Colonial News includes:

France

Spain

Denmark and Germany – The War

Poland and The Polish Insurrection

Turkey

America – USA and The Civil War with mention of General Sherman – Admiral Deahlgren – General Meade – The Conscription Bill – etc

The Cape of Good hope

India

China And Japan


Metropolitan News with mention of:

Mr Charles Dickens (20 wds) - - Dr LAnkester and an Infant Poisoning from Morphia Inquest - - Annual Meet of Governors of Kings College hospital - - - Banquet Testimonal for Mr B. Webster at the Freemasons Tavern - - - Births and Deaths - - - National Polish League Meeting at the Whittington Club, Strand, Mr Edmond Beales in the Chair


Law and Police

Country News includes:

National Education in Ireland

Shakspearean Tercerntenary Celebration at Stratford


Illustrated London News Editorial with rf. To Sir George Grey

The Court – Royal Comings and Goings

Universities and The Church

National Sports – The Waterloo Cup (coursing 250 wds)


Parliament:

Penal Servitude

Public Executions

Steam Rams in the Mersey

The Malt for Cattle Bill

The Efficiency of Our Navy and Naval Estimates


Military and Naval Intelligence

Music with mention of TheMadrigal Society - - Dr Sterndale Bennett - - Herr Theodore Formes


The Theatres includes:

Sadlers Wells

the Surrey Theatre

The Polygraphic Hall


The London Gazette - List of Bankrupts

Captain Lott and a Testimonial Dinner at Delmonico's New York – 52 words

Births marriages Deaths

The Markets – Prices of Wheat – Seds – Linseed – Bread – Tallow – Linseed Oils – Spirits – Hat Straw – Coal, Hartley – Meat and Offal

Monetary Transactions of the Week

The War in New Zealand

Distress in the North

The Turner Medal


Obituary of Eminent Persons:

Mary Elizabeth the Baroness Ruthven died at her Seat, Freeland House in Perthshire

Rear Admiral Nicholas Cory died at 4 Esplanade in Plymouth


Wills and Bequests:

Lady Rodd of Wimpole Street (short)

Right Hon Lady Caroline Bathurst of Southwick Crescent Hyde park and Miel of the Grove, Stanmore

Henry Farnell esq of Isleworth

Henry Raikes Esq of Llwynegrin Hall, Mold


The Royal Institution Lectures:

Professor Tyndall on Experimental Optics

Mister W. S. Savory FRS On Dreaming and Somnambulism in Relation to the Functions of Certain Nerve Centres

Professor Frankland on The Metallic Elements  .

Professor Tyndall on Experimental Optics

Adverts of the Day

 

 

 

 


January 23rd

Fivepence. A one penny stamped issue. It features prints from engravings (often with descriptive articles) including :-

'Palmerston Church, NEar Dublin'

'Ancient Yew Tree at palmerston'

'Royal Academy Prize Drawing: A Provincial Townhall and Market Place by Mr Thomnas Henry Watson'

'The Tarpeian Rock, Rome '

'The War in America: Fort FIsher Commanding The New Inlet Entrance to Cape Fear River - The British Steamer Hansa Running The Blockade Under The Guns of the Fort'

'The Punjaub Exhibition at Lahore' Punjab

'Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes by P. H. Calderon in the Winter Exhibition of Cabinet Pictures' Full page

The House, At Dhurumsalla in Which The Earl of Elgin,Governor General of India, Died' modern spelling Dharamsala

'Dhurumsalla Churchyard, The Burial Place fo the Late Viceroy of India' correct spelling Dharamsala

'Mr Charle sMathews as Plumper in "Cool As a Cumcumber"..'

'The New Imperial Steam Yacht, Taliah, Built for the Sultan '

'General De Meza Commander in Chief of the Danish Army at the Dannewerk Position'

'The Semicircular Rampart at the Dannewerk, Near Bustrup '

'The Dannewerk, Kur Graben and East Rampart From a Plan By Lieutenant Colonel W. Dreyer Taken in 1860'

'Schleswig Costumes - Sand Eel Fisher Girl of Blavands Bay - - - Peasant Girl of Fohr in Her Sunday Attire - - - Peasant Woman of Ostenfeldt in Her Sunday Dress ( or Ostenfeld) - - - Milk Girl of the Dannewerk'

'The Palace of Gottorf at Schleswig'

'Prize Pigeons at THe Show of the Philo Peristeron Society Recently Held in Freemasons Hall'

'A Stampede of Jackals Through The Environs of Calcutta'

'Chess Problem by H. F. L. Meyer of Hanover '

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Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including :-
'Metropolitan Railways '

'Foreign and Colonial News'

'Imperial Parliament - The House of Lords and The House of Commons'

'Wills and Bequests includes

'National Sports'

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'The Court at Windsor, Osborne etc '

'Scientific News includes Spontaneous Generations - The First Analysis of 177 Magnetic Storms - Geology of essex and Suffolk - The Sources of the Nile - The Intensity of the Solar Radiation - the New Comet - Royal Institution Lectures and Professor Tyndall'

Wills and Bequests includes Florentia Elizabeth, Lady Nightingall - - - The Right Honourable and Most Reverend Richard WHately DD Lord Archbishop of Dublin - - - Edward Burmester Esq of St Helens Place, London

'The Markets'

'Country News'


'Obituary of Eminent Persons includes The Right Hon. Richard Hobart Fitzgibbon, Earl of Clare died at Kensington - - - The Right Rev. ThomasTurton DD Lord Bishop of Ely died at his town palatial residence, Ely House, Dover Street, Piccadilly - - - Sir William Hall Gage GCB GCH Admiral of The Fleet died at his seat in Norfolk - - - Major General Robert Henry Wynyard CB died at Bath - - - Boyce Combe Esq Barrister at Law died at his town house a43 Upper Seymour Street Portman square - - - William Behnes the Sculptor died in Middlesex Hospital '

'Mr Glaishers Recent Balloon Ascent'


Feb 6th & 13th

Illustrations as follows:
Commencement of Thames Embankment
Punjab Frontier:
- Chumla Valley, Umbeylah and Goroo Heights.
- 71st Highland Light Infantry at Umbeylah.
Opening of Sweet Water Canal at Suez.
View of Cairo Race Course.
Prussian troops at Altona Railway Station.
4 x Portraits of Marquis of Sligo, Lord Abercromby, Lord Grosvenor, Mr Goschen.
Refuge for the Aged at Auteuil, Paris.
Il Gomgo, Farm of King Victor Emmanuel
Hospital for Women, Soho Square
Charing Cross Railway Station, 3 views.

 

February 6th

THE RACES AT CAIRO: CANTER IN FRONT OF THE GRANDSTAND BEFORE THE START

THE CHAUDIERE GOLDFIELDS CANADA
(2 ENGRAVINGS AND ARTICLE)

MEMORIAL CROSS OF THE 8TH (KINGS) REGIMENT ON THE GRAND PARADE PORTSMOUTH

WEDDING GIFT TO THE PRINCESS OF WALES FROM THE LADIES OF VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

ST. MARY'S NATIONAL SCHOOL AND NEW DRINKING FOUNTAIN AT CHATHAM

THE EAGLE LECTERN IN NEW COLLEGE CHAPEL, OXFORD

THE PEKIN, ONE OF THE EUROPEAN-CHINESE SQUADRON, LEAVING CHEFOO, SHANTUNG

THE TERRIBLE CALAMITY IN SANTIAGO, CHILI: RUINS OF LA COMPANIA CHURCH

VIEW OF THE CHILIAN CORDILLERA, FROM SANTIAGO

THE VALPARAISO AND SANTIAGO RAILWAY

THE TABON INCLINE

THE MARQUIS VIADUCT

ARTICLES:

The Schleswig-Holstein difficulty
Naval and military intelligence
The American Civil War
Echos of the week
The Court
Current Literature
The Theatres
Scientific News
The Markets
The Royal Institution Lectures
Changes in Parliament


February 13th

ILLUSTRATIONS with accompanying articles are as follows:

Full Page or near Full page illustrations:
Charing Cross from a picture by Canaletto
Charing Cross Railway Station as seen from the river,
Painting - Offering by F. Wyburd.
Drawing - Valentine's Morn by Marcus Stone,

Smaller than full page engravings:
Prussian troops at Altona Railway Station. (scanned)
4 x Portraits of Marquis of Sligo, Lord Abercromby, Lord Grosvenor, Mr Goschen.
Earl of Carlisle opens National Gallery of Ireland,
Skating at Florence,
P&O iron ship Quito
Old Charing X from Aggas's plan of London,
Charing Cross Railway Station, 3 views.
Portrait of Alfred Lord Tennyson,
Refuge for the Aged at Auteuil, Paris.
Il Gomgo, Farm of King Victor Emmanuel
Hospital for Women, Soho Square
Returning from the races at Cairo
Wuzurees crossing the River Indus on water jars,
6 views of Nuremberg, Germany.

1864 Königin, Kaiser, Prinz, Prinzessin, Parlament, Preussen, König Wilhelm, Bismarck, King, Queen, Emperor, Prince, Princess, Parliament, Verfassungsmäßige Krise, Artikel 99, roi, Reine, Empereur, Prince, Princesse, Parlement, Guerre Mexique.


February 20th

Danish War:
- Danish prisoners after the Battle of Over-Selk
- Austrian camp of Bohemian Chasseurs in front of the Dannewerk,
- 9th Regt of Hussars bivouacing on the battlefield of Over-Selk
Proposed building for Alexandra Park, Muswell Hill
Drawing - Valentine's Morn by Marcus Stone,

Smaller than full page illustrations:
Danish War:
- Battle of Over-Selk (front page scan)
- Wounded Austrians after the battle of Over-Selk
- Prussian field mail on its way to the front
- Map of the war zone,
Portrait of Admiral Kuper, C in C East India and China Station
Japanese warlord pays fine for killing Richardson, a British merchant
Fish Nurseries at Huningue, France
Experimenting Ponds at Huningue
Portrait of W. Hunt, painter
Painting - Summer by T. Keyl,
Sculpture - The Hop Queen by G. Halse,
Painting - Autumn on Lake Maggiore by F. Dillon.

Feb 27th

Current topics - The Austro/Prussian War with Denmark, the American Civil War and Japanese opposition to foreign influences. The engravings of the War in Denmark

Full page Illustrations as follows:
9th Regiment of Hussars after the battle of Overselk
Danish prisoners on the road to Rendsburg
18th Battalion Bohemian Chasseurs in front of Dannewerk in snowstorm,

Less than Full Page illustrations:
Danish War:
- Battle of Overselk
- Wounded Austrians on road to Rendsburg
- Prussian field mail on its way to Front
- Map of Denmark.
- The Battle of Oversee;
- The Dannewerk Redoubt no 10.
- The Dannewerk Redoubt 11
- Battery on the summit of the Dannewerk.
- Austrian outpost near Lottorf
Portrait of Admiral Kuper, C in C East India and China Station
Japanese warlord pays fine for killing Richardson, a British merchant
Fish Nurseries at Huningue, France
Experimenting Ponds at Huningue
Portrait of Lt. Col. Neale, British envoy in Japan.
Barracks for British troops in Yokohama.


March 5th and 12th

Current topics - The Austro/Prussian War with Denmark, the end of the 13 year Taiping Rebellion in China and the start of another Polish uprising against Russian rule.

Illustrations as follows:
A Train of thought;
2 x Testimonial presents
Hindhu bathers in River Jumna surprised by snake.
Cattle looting on the frontier of Scinde, India.
Ball at St. George’s Hall Liverpool;
Danish War and Denmark
- Chapel at Gravenstein used by Prussian troops
- Presentation of medals to Austrians at Hoptrup
- Castle of Glucksburg.
- Vase presented to Princess of Wales by Danish residents.
Madagascar Ambassadors.
Taiping Rebellion:
- Guard of the British Legation in Peking
- Entrance to Ching-Wang’s tent Soo-Chow. (scanned)
- Stockade at Soo-Chow where Ching-Wang beheaded.(scanned)
- Outside Soo-Chow stockade.
- Inside walls of Soo-Chow
- Troops at Quinsan forming Square
- Fortified bridge Soo-Chow
- Ching-Wang’s Palace Soo-Chow.
- Hall of Justice Soo-Chow
Laying first stone of Lucknow Memorial;
Burial Ground at Lucknow;
Two storied railway carriage


May 7th and 14th

Current topics - The Austro/Prussian War with Denmark and the American Civil War continue to dominate the news and make up the majority of the illustrations.

Full page illustrations as follows:
Battle of Duppel;.
Prussian assault upon Duppel;
Town of Sonderburg in ruins.

Less than Full page illustrations
Twelfth Night, 300th Shakespeare Festival
Foundation stone Freemason’s Hall, London
Danish War:
- Prince Frederick Charles and Staff before Duppel
- Prussian field hospital (Amputating Hut!)at Duppel
- Dead soldiers at Duppel
- Danish Infantry soldiers
- Duppel windmill in ruins
- Interior of Redoubt at Duppel
2 x Punjab Exhibition of Arts and Industry at Lahore
Portrait of Rev. Browne, Bishop of Ely
Cutting first turf Buenos Aires Railway,
2 x Paintings by F. Weekes and J. Pettie


May 21st and 28th

Current topics - A truce had been declared in the Danish War and without their war pictures to fill its pages, the magazine now found space to describe the construction of a major sewage works for London.

Full Page illustrations:
Funeral at Copenhagen of Danish soldiers killed at Duppel;
Construction of London drainage works at Crossness;
Diagram of machinery for lifting sewage
London drainage works, outfall at Barking Creek

Less than Full page illustrations:
2 x Fortifications at Fredericia;
2 x Paintings by E. Brownlow and Mrs Blane;
Map showing Crossness outfalls
Portrait of Wachtel, German tenor
Scene from Elopement Extraordinary.
Portrait of Rev. Jeune, Bishop of Peterborough
Aqueduct at Abbey Mills, Stratford
Arrival of Sir Rutherford Alcock in Yokohama, Japan
Bazaar in aid of French Protestant School in Soho;
War in New Zealand, fighting at Mangapiko River.
Tunnel in the Euston Road, London
New royal railway carriage.
4 x Methods of reviving Drowned persons;


June 4th, 11th and 18th

Current topics – An armistice had been declared in the Danish War; in America the two sides were still fighting hard; and the 3 Emperors of Austria, Prussia and Russia met in Potsdam (for the last time?) The opening of the Grand Hotel in Brighton is announced in a large advertisement on June 11. The building needed some 3.5 million bricks and is today one of Europe's finest and most majestic hotels.

Full page illustration as follows:
Painting – Seule a la Maison by Cornelis Bisschop
Painting – Cathedral of Toledo by S Read;

Less than Full page illustration
Laying foundation stone of English church at Philippolis, South Africa;
2 x Marriage of Conte de Paris with Princess Isabelle d’Orleans
Portrait of late Richard Roberts
Trials with the Mackay gun at Liverpool
Siege operations at Chatham.(scanned)
Portrait of late Sir John Gordon
Steamship Royal Standard buffeted against an iceberg
Bust of the painter William Hunt
Statue of the surgeon Scottish John Hunter.
Painting – Girl on a swing by WL Thomas


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July 2nd

'A Sergeant of the 3rd West India Regiment of Negro Troops Employed in The Ashantee War'

'Hilmingham Church, Suffolk'

'Excavations of an Ancient Cemetery at Helmingham'

'Animals Exhibited at The Calcuta Agricultural Show: Buffalow Cow, From Rangoon' - 'A Mutnah, A Species of Wild Cow' - 'Long Horned Oude Bullock' - 'Patna Wethers' - 'Bob, The Burmese Pony' - 'Sheik Kulloo's Taz Pony Kankye'

'Kerbstone Stockbrokers in New York' Full page engraving

'The Fight Between The Alabama and The Kearsarge' Full page engraving

'Working Mens Hall Lately Erected at Eastbourne'

'The Jackal Tender and Boats Going to Meet The American Mail Steamer at Roche's Point, Near Queenstown'

'Scene From Mr German Reeds Entertainment at The Gallery of Illustration'

'Paris Fashions for July'

'The Lat Major General Sir Alexander Tulloch KCB'

'The Festival in Aid of The Female School of Art in The Horticultural Gardens, South Kensington: The Paul Y Toole Y Technic Institution'

'School for Daughters of Officers of The Army, Lansdowne College, Bath'

'Lord Palmerston Making The Ministerial Statement on Dano German Affairs in The House of Commons'

Turnpike Gates in and Near London Just Demolished: 'Notting Hill gate' - - 'Islington Gate' - - 'City Road Gate' - - 'Kensington Gate' - - 'Chess'
Also articles (no engravings unless listed above)
'Mediation at An End, and Hostilities Resumed' Germany and Denmark

'The Fight Between The Alabama and The Kearsarge'

'The Maori Kingdom in New Zealand'

'The Court at Windsor etc'

' Fine Arts'

'Scientific News includes Heloderma Horridum - Lighting Gas By Frictional Electricity - Irish Wasps - Meteorites of May 14 etc'

'The Farm'

'National Sports'

'Obituary of Eminent Persons inlcudes The King of Wirtemberg, Frederic Charles died at Rosenstein Castle - - The Right Hon. John Poulett, Earl Poulett of Hinton St George Somerset died at Hinton near Crewkerne in Somerset - - The Hon Frederick Craven died at his town house 14 Park Street, Grosvenor Square - - The Rev WilliamCureton DD FRS a Canon of Westminster died at his country seat Westbury near Shrewsbury - - Professor James Miller - - Mr George Lance , Artist - - Samuel Brooks Esq of MEssrs Brooks and Co, 81 Lombard Street and Messrs Cunliffe Brooks and Co Blackburn Old Bank, Altrincham and Manchester died at Manchester'

'Will and Bequests includes The Hon. charlotte Shore of Hove Sussex - - Frederick Richard Magenis Esq of Grosvenor Place - - Roger Cunliffe Esq of Bucklersbury, Banker and of Highbury Place - - Samuel Brooks Esq Banker of Manchester


July 16th


August 6th

'St John's Roman Catholic Church, South Parade, Bath'

'New Townhall of Adelaide,South Australia'Maori War Canoe At Tauranga, New Zealand'

'Volunteer Festival At Grimston Park, Yorkshire, The Seat of Lord Londesborough' Full page

'Haymakers, by J. Linnell, SEN' Full page engraving

The War in Denmark: The Little Belt and Shore of Jutland, Viewed from The Island of Funen - 'Hinisgael Wood - Behrendts Hotel - Middlefahrt, - Damgaard' - - - 'Snoghoi Fewrry, Headquarters of the Austrian General' - - - 'Town of Fredericia - Austrian Four Gun Battery - Strib' Three panoramic views on a full page

'Japanese Soldiers Fencing - From Our Special Artist in Yokohama'

'Japanese Officer Travelling on The Tokaido'

'The Goodwood Cup'

'Goodwood Races: M. Lupin's "Dollar" Winner of The Goodwood cup'

'The Ladies Lawn at Goodwood'

'Godwood Races: The Chesterfield Cup'

'The New Tattersall's at Knightsbridge Green'

'Specimens of M. Champfleury's Collection of Pottery, Illustrative of the French Revolution'


Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including:
'Emigration to America'

'Foreign and Colonial Intelligence'

'Church And Universities'

'Country News'

'The Court at Osborne etc'

'Members Out of Parliament'

'Metropolitan News'

' The Farm'

'National Sports'

'Wills and Bequests includes Andrew Mortimer Drummond Esq Banker of Charing Cross and of Denham Bucks - Vice Admiral Sir Arthur Fanshawe KCB died at his residence Chester Terrace, Regents Park - James William Freshfield Esq MP FRS FRGS FGS of Devonshire Place, Portland Place and Mynthurst, near Reigate, Surrey'

The Mosaic in St Pauls

'The Farm'

'Propogation of Parlament, The Queens Message'

' 'Obituary of Eminent Persons inlcudes Lady Henrietta Barbara, Lady Harriet Lodg Ellerton died at her town house, ^, Connaught Placy, Hyde Park - Edward Divett Esq MP ofr Exeter at his seat Bystock, near Exmouth - Mr Serjeant Merewether, henry Aldworth Merewether of Castle Field Wilts - Lieutenant General sir William Brereton at his residence, Albany, Piccadilly - Vice Admiral James Braiser RN died at his residence, Bradney near Bridgnorth'

'Scientific News includes The Next Transit of Venus, 1882 - Human Remains - Dislocations of the Earths Crust - Motions of Benzoic Acid on Water - A Gradual Rising of The Coast of Chili - Stars That Have Changed Their Colours - Coal Tar Colours

Births MArriages and Deaths


'Chess'

'Column for The Curious'


August 13th


August 27th

A twelve page one penny stamped issue (twenty four sides) price fivepence. It features prints from engravings (often with descriptive articles) including:

'View of The Town of Guzerat in The Punjaub'

'Toms of English Officers at Guzerat'

'English Church At Guzerat'

Japan 'Marines from HMS Conqueror Landing at Yokohama'

Japan 'Blind Japanese Musicians '

'Scene From Romeo and Juliet by A. J. Woolmer From The Exhibition of the Society of British Artist'

'The Grey Hospital for Natives, King Williams Town, British Kaffraria'

'Statue of The Late Prince Consort at Blamoral By W. Theed'

'The Hornbills in The Gardens of The Zoological Society Regents Park'

'Paris Fashions For September'

'Scene of the lane Accident on The North London Railway'

'Laying The Foundation stone of The Hubberston Dock at Milford Haven '

'Reception of the King Consort of Spain at The Palace fo St Cloud' full page engraving

'The Emperors Fete at Paris: Moorish Pavilion on The Place de la Concorde' full page engraving

'Chorale Composed by HRH The Late Prince Consort and published by Permission of Her Majesty The Queen' Full page of words and sheet music

'Chess'

'Review of the Liverpool Volunteer Corps on The Racecourse at Aintree: The Marching Past'

'The Prince of Wales in the Highlands: The Western End of Loch Muick'

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Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including:
'Law and Order in Ireland'

'Foreign and Colonial Intelligence'

'Metropolitan News'

'Country News'

'The Court at Osborne etc'

'National Sports'

'The Farm'

'The Magazines'

Scientific News includes Muscles connected With The Hair and Feathers - - Terrestrial Magnetism and Electricity - - Fossil Musk Ox Ovibos moschatus - - Preservation f Iron Plated Ships - - Colouring MAtter fo emeralds - - Microscopical Structure Of meteorites - - Intoxicating Effects of Absinthe and Tobacco'

'Obituary of Eminent Persons includes The Right Hon. Sir Robert Dennett Rodney, Lord Rodney of Rodney Stoke in Somerset diede at his seat Berrington near Leominster in Herefordshire of Consumption - - Dr Robert Dundas Thomson FRS died at RichmondSurrey - - - Mr John Morton member of the Royal Agricultural Society - - Francis Scully Esq, once represented Tipperary, died at Paris

'Wills and Bequests includes The Right Hon. Catherine Maunsell of Wentworth House, Great malvern - - The Rev Sir Thomas C. Miller, Bart Late vicar of Foyle - - Major General Richard Hardinge KH of Norfolk Crescent and Late of Hyde Park Square'


September 3rd

'The War in America: View of Petersburg and Its Suburbs From General Lee's Head Quarters' Wonderful double page panoramic engraving of views

'Scene of The Great Fire at Limoges, France' An atmospheric full page engraving. La scène Du Grand Feu à Limoges, France.

'The Great Fire at Limoges: The Public Crier Announcing The Distribution of Relief'

'The Great Fire at Limoges: Firemen and Soldiers of The Garrison Clearing Out a Portion of The Ruins' (Les pompiers et les Soldats de La Garnison Eclaircissant Hors une Portion Des Ruines)

'Grand Festival of TheMunicipality and Royal Academy of Antwerp: Temporary Restoration of The Old Bourse During The Fair'

'Inauguration of an Allegorical Statue of Antwerp Crowning The Bust of Teniers'

'Monument of The Battle of Chillianwalla'

'Bicentenary Festival of the Royal Academy of Antwerp: Procession to The Cathedral on Monday, August 22' Full page engraving

'Illumination and Fireworks at Versailles in Honour of The King Consort of Spain' Full page engraving

'Waterspout Seen Off Worthing on Sunday, August 21'

'Torbay Regatta: The Schooner Yachts Starting From Torquay'

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Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including:
'Extra Parliamentary Utterances'

'Foreign and Colonial News'

'church And Universities'

'Country News'

'The Court at windsor etc'

'Members Out of Parliament'

'Metropolitan News'

' The Farm'

'National Sports'

'The Great Fire at Limoges

'Mr Tennysons New Poems'

'Obituary of Eminent Persons inlcudes Sir Samuel O'Malley, Bart of Rosehill, County Mayo - - Sir John Rowland Eustace KH, Lieutenant General died at 7 Bouverie Square, Folkeston, Kent - - Robert Bruce Esq of Kennet died at Kennet House, County Clakmannan - - Sir Charles Justin MacCarthy, Governor of Ceylon died at Spa in Belgium

'Jos4eph Tcker Crawford Esq died at the Havannah where he has been Consul general since 1842 - - The Rev William Marsh DD, Honorary Canon of Worcester and Recotor of Beddington Surrey died at his rectory at Beddington near Croydon - - George Offer Esq at his house at South Hackney, formerley a bookseller on Tower Hill, later a county magistrate of Middlesex'

'Chess'

'Column for The Curious'


September 17th

' A Stackyard From the Photographed Edition of the Liber Studiorum by J. W. M. Turner ' a farmyard scene

' Enlisting Irish And German Emigrants on the Battery at New York ' full page engraving

' Yacht Race Between The Thought and The Torpid Off The Nab Light in the Solent '

' Review of the Pupils of the Canadian Military School, Toronto '

' The Prince and Princess of Wales Landing At Elsinore '

' Launch of the Osman Ghazy Iron Clad Steam Ram Built of the Turkish Government at Glasgow '

There is a page missing here

' Reopening of the Chapel in the Royal Palace of Frederiksborg, Denmark ' Full page engraving

' Chess Problem by Mr W. S. Pavitt '

' The Stockton Race Cup '

' The Doncaster Race Cup '

' New Protestant Church at Leghorn ' small

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

Prince of Wales in Denmark

Foreign and Colonial Intelligence - America and The Extradition of Muller

Country News The Illustrated London News Editorial The Court at Balmoral etc Obituary of Eminent Persons includes His Grace William John Frederick The Duke of Cleveland die at Raby Castle - - - Sir William Francis Eliott, Bart., of Stobs - - - Sir Henry Yea died at Taunton ( Yeo ) - - - The Hon. Arthur James Douglas RN died at the house of his brother in Halkin Street Belgrave Square - - - Maria Charlotte Princess de Polignac die in Paris - - - Vice Admiral The Hon. Thomas Best died at 19 Hyde Park Square - - - Rev. Thomas Cator MA Rector of Kirk Smeaton near Pontefract - - - Admiral William Garnock Popham died at his residence Stourfield, near Christchurch

Wills and Bequests includes Lieut. General Sir William Brereton KCB - - - Charles Jacomb Esq of Upper Clapton and of Basinghall Street - - - George Almond Esq of St James's Street Piccadilly

 


September 24th

' Druidical Stones in an Orchard at Stanton Drew '

' Remains of Vallis Manor House near Bath '

' Pulteney Bridge Bath '

' Nunney Castle near Bath '

' The Promenade on the Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells ' a lovely full page print from engraving

' Montagu House, Whitehall, The Residence of the Duke of Buccleuch '

' Embarkation at Cape Coast Castle of the Troops Recalled from the Ashantee War ' ' Ruins of the Village of Billinghay Lincolnshire, After the Late Fire ' with reference to William Scott Wood dealer and Robert Newton. Shows a row of burnt out cottages

' Arms Taken From th Maories at Te Rangi New Zealand '

' Volunteer Fete at Conington Castle, Huntinghdonshire: The Hurdle Race '

' Visit of the Prince and Princess of Wales to Denmark: Fredensborg Castle '

' The Royal Yacht Osborne Entering The Harbour at Elsinore ' Full page engraving

' Agricultural Exhibition at Roorkee North West Provinces of India - Prize Field Bullocks - - - Wild Ass '

' General View of The Roorkee Exhibition '

Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including :-

The British Association at Bath

Foreign and Colonial Intelligence - America - Spain - france - India etc

Metropolitan News includes Great Fire at Gresham Street West

Law and Police includes Franz Muller charged withthe murder of Mr Briggs

Country News

The Illustrated London News Editorial

The Court at Balmoral etc

Lecture by Dr Livingstone at the Bath Theatre

The War in New Zealand

Obituary of Eminent Persons includes The Right Hon. George Cadogan Earl Cadogan died at his residence in Piccadilly - - - Thomas B. Mynors Baskerville Esq died at his seat Clyro Court near Hay Radnorshire - - - Captain John Hanning Speke the discoverer of the Source of the Nile died From the Accidental Discharge of his own Gun near Box Wilts - - - Charles Van Notten Pole of Wyck Hill House Gloucestershire

Wills and Bequests includes Lieut. Colonel sir Edward Brackenbury of Skendleby Hall near Spilsby Lincolnshire - - - Joseph VIckers Esq of Park Villas Maida Hill West - - - George Randall Esq of Lower Tooting Surrey


 

October 8th

 

Also articles (no engravings) including 'Villainous Saltpetre', ' 'Foreign and Colonial News', 'National Sports', 'Metropolitan News', 'Country News', 'The Court', 'Naval and Military', 'Imperial Parliament', 'Church and University', 'Obituary of Eminent Persons includes Sir George Frederick Edmonstone KCB at Effingham Hall, Davod


October 15th

full page Royal visit to Sweden : The landing at Stockholm

full page Royal visit : The Royal Theatre Stockholm

half page : a Ball held at Drottningholm near Stockholm

half page view of the torchlight procession to the palace at Stockholm

a third of a page portrait of the late Walter Savage Landor

A third page view of Ulricksdal the residence of the King of Sweden

Full page view of the museum of Ceramic art at Sevres France

near half page : A Japanese wood engraver

more than half page Loch Bright - A Bright night by A Gilbert

full page Waefu Heart by T Duncan

Full page bird's eye view of the new porcelain manufacturing works at Sevres

2 half page views of Stephenson ' s Locomotive factory at Newcastle upon Tyne : The Lathe and Tool shop and The fitting shop

half page : John Bunyan reciting the Pilgrims progress to his friends in Bedford Jail - By G F Folingsby

Full page devoted to Presidential electioneering in New York - with one half page and one smaller engraving respectively entitled : Torchlight procession of the McLlellan party (led by Little Mac) and ; A Street scene

A further full page devoted to Stephenson's locomotive factory at Newcastle on Tyne : a small view of the house in which Stephenson was born at Wylam and

a half page view of his Steam hammer'

Also articles (no engravings) including

Foreign and colonial news inc France, Spain,Italy, Austria and more,

A good sized article on the Chancellor of the exchequer at Bolton (Mr Gladstone)

French and english watering places

The distress in Lancashire

The volunteer movement

Canada

The convention between France and Italy

Obituary of eminent persons recently deceased : including

The very Rev George Spencer of Highgate

Mr Commissioner Fane grandson of the Earl of Westmoreland

Charles Winston Esq 3 Harcourt BuildingsTemple

Sir Charles Henry Coote premier Baronet of Ireland

Railways in Wales

Wills and bequests

The lifeboat of Tynemouth Bar


October 22nd

' Elk Shooting in The Forest of Hogtorp in Sweden ' full page print from engraving

' Departure of the Prince and Princess of Wales from the Gothenburg Railway Station ' .

' Chess Problem by F. Della Torre '

' Embarkation in the royal Yacht Osborne at Gothenburg ' - Gottenborg - Göteborg

' Launch of the Royal Alfred Screw Frigate at Portsmouth '

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

Mister Gladstone in Lancashire

Foreign and Colonial News includes France - Switzerland - Spain - Italy - Denmark - Prussia - Greece - America - India China and Japan - New Zealand - Australia, Melbourne

North London Working Men's Industrial Exhibition

Country News

Illustrated London News Editorial

The Court - Royal comings and Goings  .

Church and Universities including Preferments and Appointments

Marriages in High Life include Commander th Hon. Ernest g. L. Cochrane and Miss Adelaide Blackhall daughter of Major Blackall of Sierra Leone - - - Lord Schomberg Kerr and Lady Victoria Scott daughter of Duke of Buccleuch - - - Miss Edith Kerr and Mr William Preston Consett of Brawith - - - Viscount Amberley and the Hon. Katherine Stanley daughter of Lord Stanley of Alderley - - - Viscount Sudley and The Hon. Edith Jocelyn granddaughter of Viscountess Palmerston

Echoes of the Week

The Farm

Metropolitan News

Law and Police includes Mary Horsfall Charged with Swindling

Monetary Transactions of the Week

London Gazette - Bankrupts

Obituary of Eminent Persons includes Sir Charles Henry Coote of Ballyfin died at his town house 5 Connaught Place - - - Sir Alexander Hutchison Lawrence of Bengal Civil Service and Asst Comm in the Punjaub died after an accident on the Thibet Road in India aged 24 - - - Rev. Sir William Marriott Smith-Marriott of Sydling St Nicholas Rector of Horsmonden Cranbrook Kent die at his rectory - - - John Richardson esq Parliamentary Agent and Solicitor died at his Seat of Kirklands near Jedburgh Roxburghshire - - - Thomas Young Esq  .

Wills and Bequests include The Rev. John Le Marchant of Belmont, ryde Isle of Wight - - - George Thomas Cowdery Esq Wholesale Druggist of Paternoster Row London - - - Zadok Aaron Jessel Esq Pearl and Diamond Merchant of 1 Savile Row Burlington Gardens, and of Gordon House, Putney

The Indians of British columbia

National Sports


November 12th

'Views of Merton College, Oxford: The Chapel'

'General Viewof Merton College'

'Master Slender and Anne Page by Sir Augustus W. Callcott RA in The Sheepshanks Collection, South Kensington Museum' Full page engraving

'The Note ant The Nosegay by W. F. Yeames, in The winter Exhibition, Pall Mall'

'Electro Ballistic Apparatus for Measuring The Speed of Cannon Shot' in use at Woolwich and Shoeburynes and invented by Major Navez of the Belgian Artillery

'Scenes in Japan: The Night Guard at Jeddo'

'Scenes in Japan: The Mountain Fusiyama Viewed From near Yokohama'

'Scenes in Japan: The Strait of Simonosaki'

'Scenes in Japan: The Town and Harbour of Simonosaki'

'Scenes in Japan: Entrance to The Inland Sea'

'Wreck of The Montreal Ocean Steam Ship Company's Mail Steamer Jura, At Crosby Point, Near Liverpool'

'Men and Women of The Manganja and Ajawa Tribes From Teh Zambesi Country in Africa'

'Implements and Weapons of the Manganja and Ajawa Tribes of The Zambesi Country, in Africa'

Proposed nion of The British North American Provinces, Leading Members of the Government of Canada: 'Hon. J. E. Cartier, Attorney General' - 'Hon. George Brown, President of The Council' - 'Hon. A. F. Galt, Finance Minister'

'Privince Building, Charlotte Town Prince Edward Island' Canada

'Ancient Statues in The British Museum, From The3 Farnese Palace at Rome'

'The Great Britain Among Icebergs near Cape Horn'

'Chess'

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Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including:
'Slave Soldiers' A small part of the article reads "...But the most significant fact in reference to the status of the negro in the Northern States iis that of his enlistment and enrolment in regiments in the Federal Armies...." American Civil War

'Foreign and Colonial News'

Church And Universities'

'Country News'

'The Court at Windsor etc'

'Metropolitan News'

' Obituary of Eminent Persons includes The Hon Mrs Gonville Ffrench f Ballyforan, Roscommon - - The Right Hon. Harriet, Lady Overstone died at Lockinge House, Wantage, Berks - - Lieutenant General Charles Anthony Ferdinand Bentinck, Count Bentinck died of Apoplexy whil on a visit to his brother in law,Count Adalbert de Waldeck at Bergheim Castlen Germany - - The Venerable Charles Parr Burney MA, Archdeacon of Colchester died at Brighton - - Walter Nugent Esq a Baron of the Austrian Empire died at Edinburgh - - Peregrine Bingham Esq Barrister At Lawdied at his town house 35 Gordon Square'

'Chess'

'Wills and Bequests includes The Most Noble William John Frederick Duke of Cleveland, of Raby Castle, Durham and St James's Square, London - - George Brassey Esq of Bramfield, Herts - - John Davis Esq of Cranbrooke Park, Ilford'

'Column for The Curious'


November 19th
with a supplement 22 pages


November 26th

Current topics – Prussia has seized the Danish Duchies after the recent war there; the two sides are still fighting hard in America and Abraham Lincoln has been re-elected President.

Full page or nearly full page illustrations as follows:
Tombs of the Emperors of the Ming Dynasty at Nanking, China
Marshal Bazaine, the French C in C in Mexico,
Effects of Cyclone in Calcutta (2 x half page)
Painting - le Bourgeois Gentilhomme by C. Leslie

Less than Full page illustration
Exhibition at Lincoln School of Art (scanned front page)
The Cliff and temple at Hukau, China
Little Orphan Rock,Yang-tse-Kiang River, China,
Late J.R. McCulloch,
Burning of US Mail steamer Roanoke off Bermuda
Government House, Paramaribo, Surinam,
City of Paramaribo, Surinam,
Kuchin Fort, Sarawak
Government House, Sarawak,
Cave Rock, Port Lyttelton, New Zealand,
Paris fashions for December.


December 3rd


December 10th

' Aberdeen - the New Free School at holburn Street '

' The Burial place of Sir G. C. Lewis - Old Radnor church '

' A Kaffir Witch Doctor '

' A Japanese Barber at Yokohama '

' Testimonial to Alderman R. C. Gardner The Late Mayor of Liverpool '

' The Russian Military Engineer - General Todleben '

' MArriage Festivities at Quiddenhampark, Norfolk - The Seat of the Earl of Albemarle ' Marriage of Lady Louisa Keppel the Earls Daughter to the Hon. Frederick William charteris, Commander RN Mielson of Earl of Wemyss and March

' Prize Pigeons and Poultry at Bingley Hall, Birmingham ' full page engraving of various pigeons and poultry by Harrison Weir .

Chess problem '

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 :-

Education

Foreign and Colonial News includes France - Italy - Austria -- Denmark and germany - Russia - America - India - Japan - New Zealand

The Court - Royal comings and Goings

Church Country News

Capture of the Japanese Batteries at Simonosaki  .

Birth Marriages and Deaths - Deaths include James L. Clayfield Ireland Esq of Brislington Hall - - John Cleveland at Antigua and others

Illustrated London News Editorial

Scientific News includes The discovery of Flint Implements near Maintenon France - - -A Meteor Observed by M. Boissy at Rodez - - - Chemical Actyion of Light on Vegetation by M. F. Jodin - - - Formation of Ice in the Sea by M. Edlund

The Weather Results of Meteorological Observations at Kew observatory

Meeting iof the Royal National Life Boat Institution at John Street Adelphi - with reference to The Tynemouth Lifeboat and two gallant men who perished, and Mr Lawrence Byrne Chief Officer in his assistance in trying to save some of the crew and passengers of the Stanley

The Markets

London Gazette - Bankrupts

Monetary Transactions of the Week

The Witch Doctors of South Africa

The Smithfield Club Christmas show wit a list of the prizes

Naval and Military Intelligence in cludes War Office and Admiralty Appointments - - The Death of Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Sowerby a Surviving Hero of Waterloo, Salamanca, Talavera etc

Wills and Bequests in clude The Hon. Hannah Jane Cochrane of Sussex Square - - - Miss Maria Harman of Calverley Lodge Tunbridge Wells - - - Joseph Underwood Esq of Hyde Park Gardens and of Eastcheap, London, and Norwich - - - Henry Lewis Wickham Esq of Chesterfield Street Mayfair

Mister Glaisher 's Twenty Third Balloon Ascent for Scientific Purposes

Obituary of Eminent Persons includes The Righ hon. Fredericia Augusta Dowager Countess of Abingdon died at her town house 64 Eccleston Square - - - Amelia Countess of Bective at the family town house 24 Grafton Street Berkeley Square - - - The Hon. Hannah Mayer Fitzroy at her Town house 42 Upper Grosvenor Street - - - MIss Georgina Mary Byrne of Cabinteely died at her town house 15 St Georges Place Hyde Park Corner - - - Charles Manners Lushington Esq formerly MP for Canterbury died at Boulogne - - - The Rev. Dr Thomas Archer of The united Presbyterian Church of Scotland died in London - - - Frederic Struve the Russian Astronomer died at St Petersburg - - - Jules Gerard the Famous Lion Hunter was Drowned while Fording a river in Africa aged 43  .

deaths include Earl of Carlisle at Castle Howard - - - Serjeant A. J. Stephen


December 17th

'The Works of The Metropolitan Extension Railway in Smithfield' with St Pauls in the background

' A Block in Park Lane' shows the congestion of traffic, full page

'Pri Animals at the SMithfield Club Cattle Show: Mr J. W. Kirkhams Shorhorn Ster, Mr Richard Taylor's Shorthorn Heifer, Trinket' Full page

'Prize Animals at The Smithfield Club Cattle Show: Mr John Saunders's Yorkshire and Crossbred Pigs - Mr John Overmans Southdown and Leicester Wedders' Full page

'The Rajah of Kapoorthalla, Knight of the Order of the Star of India

'Farewell banquet to The 109th Regiment at Kurrachee'

Canada 'Sketches in British Columbia: Scene at The Fountain Near parsonville, Fraser River'

'British Columbia: Harrison Lake, with The Cascade Mountains in The Distance'

'Sketches in British Columbia: The Town of Douglas, and Douglas Lake'

'Sketches in British Columbia: Indian Village, Douglas Lake'


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Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including:
'Utilisation of Sewage' with reference to The Metropolitan Board of Works, Lord Montagu, Messrs Napier and Hope etc

'Foreign and Colonial Intelligence'

'Metropolitan News'

'Contry News'

'Opening of the Suspension Bridge at Clifton' with reference to Mr Brunel and mention of dignitaries present

'The Court'

'National Sports'

'The Farm'

'Obituary of eminent Persons includes The Earl of Carlisle Sir George William Frederick Howard, Viscount Howard of Morpeth etc - - - Sir james Mathew Stronge DCL Baronet of Tynan Abbey, Armagh died at his seat Tynan Abbey - - - Joseph Burke Esq JP of Elm Hall, Tipperary died at his town house 17 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin - - - M. Constant Mocquard private friend and devoted ally of the Emperor Napoleon III died at Paris'

'Wills and Bequests includes Baron Du Bois de Ferrieres of Chepstow - - - Colonel Onslow Baker of The Indian Army and late of Tenterden Street, Hanover Square - - - Peter Dale Esq of North Shields, Northumberland, Shipowner - - - Miss Elizabeth Mary Gee of Hyde Park Gardens'

'Scientific News includes Tasmanite - The Coco De Mer - Shooting Stars - The Action of Oil Wells etc'


December 31st

'Statuette of Silenus'

'Interior of the House of Cornelius Rufus'

'Statuette of Narcissus'

'General View of The Recent Excavations at Pompeii'

'French Mounted Zouaves, Employed As Contre Guerrillas in Mexico' Full page engraving

'The Queens Highway in The Sixteenth Century, By J. Hayliar in the Winter Exhibition at The Gallery of the Institute of Painters' Full page engraving

'The Emperor of Brazil, His Majesty Dom Pedro II'

'The Empress of Brazil, Theresa'

'Indians of Peru and Bolivia, South America'

'Lawrence Hall, Lahore, Founded inHounour of Sir John Lawrence'

'Paris Fashions for January, 1865'

'J. C. Horsley Esq RA'

'The Guard House of Humaita, Paraguay'

'The Peninsular And Oriental Companys New Paddel Wheel Steamer Nyanza'

'St Saviours Church, Clapham'

'The Supreme Courthouse, Wellington, New Zealand'

'The Government House, Wellington, New Zealand'

'St Giles's Church, Dallington, Sussex'

'Diagram Exhibiting The Barometric Variation from October 15 to Nov 30, 1864, As Registered at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich'

'Chess'
Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including:

'Foreign and Colonial Intelligence'

'Church And Universities'

'Country News'

'The Court at Osborne etc'

'Members Out of Parliament'

'Metropolitan News'

' The Farm'

'National Sports''Wills and Bequests includes Right Hon. Lady Arabella Alvanley of Bruton Street - Rev Sir William Marriott Smith Marriott of Horsmonden, Kent - John Dakin Gaskell, Esq of Highgate - Edward Yates Esq of 30 Compton Terrace, Islington'

'The Farm'

' 'Obituary of Eminent Persons inlcudes lord William Charles o'Brien Fitzgerald died at his town house, 7 Harcourt Terrace, Dublin - - - Sir John Henry Pelly, Bart of Upton - - - General Sir George Turner KCB, died at his native place, Menie House, NEar Behelvie, Aberdeenshire - - - Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Sowerby JP of Putterdige, Bury, Herts - - - The Hon. Adolphus Edward Prendergast Vereker died of Smallpox at Yokohama, Japan - - - Henry Mussenden Leathes, Esq of Herringfleet Hall, Suffolk'

'Scientific News includes Japanese Paper Matches - Building Materials in Ceylon - The Tooth Billed Pigeon - The Laurentian Rocks of Canada - Royal Insitiution Lecture by Professor Frankland'

'Births Marriages and Deaths'


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