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' The War - A Battalion of Francs-Tireurs passing Through Tours ' front page - the war refers to the Franco-Prussian War or France Prussia

' Defence of Paris - The Look OUt Post at the Rond Point of Courbevoie '

' Defence of Paris - The Pont Napoleon at Bercy '

' Monsieur Thiers ' full page print from engraving of Louis-Adolphe Thiers .

' The War: The Rue Royale at Tours ' full page print from engraving

' Widowed and Childless - Painted by the Crown Princess of Prussia, I the Exhibition for the German Relief Fund at 39 Old Bond Street ' full page print from engraving

'Inside Paris - Artillery and Ambulance Waiting Miel Orders to Start ' full page print from engraving

' Arrival of Papal Zouaves at Tours '

' The War: Defence of Paris - The Bridges of Asnieres and Clichy Destroyed '

M. Jules Favre The French Minister of Foreign Affairs '

' The War: Prussian Guard at Versailles Bringing in Cattle '

' November Astronomical Occurences - Saturn ' small engr.

' The War: Inside Paris - Camp in the Garden of the Tuileries ' full apge print from engraving

' Screw Steam Ship Queen of the Thames '

' Declaring the Plebiscite on the Capitol of Rome '

' Chess Problem by H. T. Combe ' .

' Map - Fortifications of Metz and Besiegers Lines ' map showing Metz - fort Moselle - Chatel - Charly - Servigny - Marly Sur Seille - Dornct or Dornet - Augny - St Remy - Fort Gisors - Fort Bellecroix - and more

' Defences of Paris - Fortress of Mont Valerien '

 


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Government House Fort and Dalhousie Barracks, Calcutta' (front page),

'Indian Architure: Eastern Gateway of The Sanchi Tope (Boodhist AD 15)',

'Indian Architecture: Temple of Marttand, or The Sun, Kashmir (Hindu AD 490-555)',

'The Kylas At Ellora (Hindu 9 or 10 c)',

'Colonnade of Hinlu Pillars near The Kootub at Delhi (11c)',

'Fort Church and South Barracks, Calcutta',

'Calcutta, From The Plassey Gate',

'The Bitter Lakes, Suez Canal' (full page),

'Catching Flies by B. Riviere' (a dog),

'The Guards Cup, Windsor Races',

'Exhibition of Church Decorative Art at Rome',

'The Right Rev. Dr. Mackenzie, Suffragan Bishop of Nottingham',

'The Strangers Home, West India Dock Road, Limehouse' (an institution for Asiatics, Africans and South Sea Islanders).

'Paris Fashions for March',

'Lecture to Working Men on Ornamental Ironwork at The South Kensington Museum',

'Chess Problem by Mr W.l. Coates BA'.

'Imperial Parliament: Army Estimates, Navy Estimates', 'Life Boat Services', 'Indian Textile Fabrics and Designs', 'The Court', 'The Church', 'Foreign and Colonial News', 'Weekly Returns of Births and Deaths', 'Imperial Parliament',

'The Markets', 'Metropolitan News', 'Country News', 'National Education', 'Royal Institution Lectures', 'Wills and Bequests',

'Obituary of Eminent Persons including :- The Right Rev. Ashurst Turner GilberDD Bishop of Chichester at Episcopal Palace,

Lady Harriet Janet Sarah Moore at Theobalds, Hawkhurst, Kent,

Lieutenant General Henry Bloomfield, Colonel of the 64th Regiment,

Admiral Sir H. J. Leekeat Uplands, near Fareham,

Mr Henry John Adeane Esq of Babraham, Cambridgshire,

Dowager Lady Dalrymple Horn Elphinstone,

Sir James Vallentin a Sheriff of London at his residence at Walthamstow, adverts of the day and much more.


' An Exhibition of Spring Flowers at the Royal Horticultural Society ' front page

' Ornamental Standard Lamps Which Were Erected on The Thames Embankment - Designed by Mr Butler and Executed by the Coalbrookdale Company '

' Coatham in Redcar – Sir William Turners's Grammar School Recently Erected '

' Subtraction – From a Drawing by J. Mahoney ' an engraving showing two boys on thye way to school catching up with homework, one copying from the other

' India – The New Government House at Ganeshkind in Poonah near Bombay ' an engraving showing the building from the grounds –info. now The University of Pune

Bharatpur in India – The Old Palace ' a beautiful full page print from engraving

' Prince Arthur in Canada ' full apge print from engraving showing the son of Queen Victoria in the snow

' Map – Route of the Proposed Channel Railway Ferry ' map showing the coast of Kent from Lydd – Dungeness - Romney – Folkestonem –Hythe - Dover – Deal – The Dover Channel (English) or Pas De Calais – Boulogne – Audresselles - Reive – Cap Blancnez – Sangatte - Calais etc

' Fire at the Day and Martins Blacking Factory at Vauxhall Road, Nine-Elms '

' The Tulleries In Paris – the Shrove Tuesday Procession of the Fat Ox ' full page print from engraving

' The Meet of the Burton Hounds at The Green Mann at Blankney on Lincoln Heath ' full page print from engraving showing The Prince of Wales amongst many others outside the Green Man Inn

' Chelss Problem by Mr H. E. Kidson '

The Naturalisation Bill – Between USA and UK


' France with mention of M. Jules Favre – M. Bazire - Miel - M. Emile Ollivier – M. Guizot etc

Spain

Italy

Austro Hungary

Germany

Denmark

Turkey

America with mention of President Grant

Canada

Cape of Good Hope

India


Metropolitan News

Weekly Return of Births and Deaths – list of numbers of deaths from Zymotic Diseases – Smallpox – Measles – Scarlet Fever – Diphtheria – Whooping cough – Typhus - Enteric or Typhoid Fever – Diarrhoea – Phthisis – by Horses or Vehicles in the Street

Sports with mention of the Quorn – Waterloo Dogs at Lytham etc

Illustrated London News Editorial

The Court – Royal Comings and Goings

National Education

Imperial Parliament - The Irish Land Bill

Monetary and commercial transactions – "From Our City Correspondent

The Markets – Prices of Wheat – Seeds – Provisions – Hay and Straw – Oils, Linseed etc – Tallow – Coals From Newcastle Sunderland Hartlepool Blyth and Scottish – Meat

Adverts of the Day


Obituary of Eminent Persons include:

The Right Hon. Mary Theresa Countess of Breadalbane died at Nice

The Right Hon. Lady Anna Maria Arabella Fermor-Hesketh died at Easton Neston in Northamptonshire

Sir James Stuart Menteth of Closeburn died at his Seat Mansfield House, New Cumnock in Ayrshire

Edward Francis Maitland – Lord Barcaple

Mr AnsonBurlingame the late Chinese Ambassador

Colonel George Moir of the Royal Horse Artillery, Bengal died at Umballa

George Frederick Young Esq died at Reigate

Henry Bayley Clive Esq died at The Family Seat, Styche, Market Drayton

 


A Peasant of Dalecarlia - by E. Lundgren ' a woman in traditional folk dress with pointed hat and holding a daisy like flower - full front page print from engraving - info. Dalarna Sweden

Lake Geneva at Night ' Grebe (duck) Shooting' full page print from engraving showing boats, snow capped mountains in the background - info. Lake Léman - Lac Léman - Lac de Genève

' St Peters Rome - The Christmas Day Service ' double page print from engraving showing the service and interior of the cathedral with The Pope giving holy communion - Pope Pius IX - born Giovanni Maria Mastai-Ferretti .

' Croydon New Parish Church ' - info. St Johns

' The Sin Nanzing a New China Clipper ' steam ship or paddle steamer

' Scene fro m" The Princess " At the Olympic Theatre '

' The Effects of the Gunpowder Explosion at Brynmawr ' a view of the town and the damage done by the explosion with crowds of people working in front of Libanus Chapel Church - an early steam engine in the distance towards the hills in South Wales - the accompanying article mentions the boy Evan Evans Who was killed at the warehouse of Messrs Watkins a Grocers

' The Sewers of Paris - The Boat ' tours of the underground passages showing ladies in very fashionable dresses taking in the tour

' The Sewers of paris - The Waggon ' again ladies and gents in their fashionable clothes taking in the tour

' Monsieur Henri Rochefort - Proprietor and Edotor of the Marseillaise ...'

' Bounary Post Between the United States and Ruperts Land at Pembina, Red River ' a settlement of Cree indians showing a procession headed by the medicine man - in the half distance their tents made of dressed Bison leather and in the foreground a group of two young Indians in their gala costume with their dogs ...

Chess Problem .

' A Roman Sarcophagus Found i Westminster Abbey '

' The New Greek Church at Liverpool ' interior showing the opening ceremony to celebrate the new church at Princes Park Road - info. Greek Orthodox Church of St Nicholas

French Commerical Treaties

Foreign and Colonial News

Illustrated London News Editorial w

Births Marriages and Deaths

Calendar for the Week - Feb 5 - Gives dated of events inc. Beheading of Charles I plus many other dates

The Weather Results of Meteorological Observations at the Kew Observatory

The Court - Royal Comings and Goings

The Church - Preferments and Appointments List includes - E. Baker Curate of Clare Portion to be Vicar at Tiverton - - - J. G. Lonsdale to be Rector of Huntspill in Somerset - - - William Josiah Irons Rector of Wadingham in Lincs - - - William Wynne Williams Prebendary of Pennynydd in Bangor Cathedral - - - Charles Isherwood Vicar of St Saviours on the Cliff at Shanklin - - - Francis Caudwell Incumbent of District of St Peter, Hoxton - - - etc

Naval And Military

National Sports

The Farm with ref. th the Hon Mr W. Petre and The Sewage Culture at the Lodge Farm in Barking - - - Mr G. Faulkner of Rothersthorpe a Shorthorn Breeder Dies at 80 - - - Mr E. Bowly Sells his Old White Bull Seventh Duke of York


Royal Institution Lectures includes:

Professor Tyndall on Dust and Disease

Mr Robert C. Scott MA Director of Metereological Office on Meteorology and Temperature

Professor G. M. Humphry MD FRS of Cambridge on Architecture of the Human Body, The head

Professor Odling on Chemistry of Vegetable Products

Law and Police - Northern Circuit Judges - - - Point Bearing Upon the Liability of Railway Companies - - - Important Judgment Reive Affecting the Status of Betting Houses - - - James and Ellen Clifford Father and Aughter Charged ith Sweating Gold Coin - - - Court of Probate - - - Mr Demetrio Pappa Manager Miel of Oriental Commercial Bank Appeared at the Mansion House


Metropolitan News includes Sir Roundell Palmer Presides at a Meeting of Juridical Society at Which a Paper was Read by Mr Droop on The Property Rights of Married Women ...

Report of the Ritual Commission

National Education includes Welsh Educational Conference at Aberystwith - - - Meeting of INhabitants of South Shields - - - Meeting at Dudley .

Science Conference at Huddersfield

Monetary and Commercial Transactions - From Our City Correspondent

The Markets - Sales and Prices of Wheat - Bread - Tea - Coffee - Sugar - Spirits - Hops - Oils - Tallow - Coals from Newcastle, Sunderland, Hartlepool - Meat

Fine Arts includes Decorations in Westminster Palace


Obituary:

Major General John Studholme Hodgson died at his residence at STanhope Terrace Hyde Park

John Thomas Norris Esq lat MP for Abingdon died at hs residencr at Sutton Courtney in Berks

Rev. Rowland Williams DD died at The Vicarage, Broadchalk, Salisbury


Wills and Bequests includes:

Admiral Sir Watkin Owne Pell Knt. RN Commissioner of Greenwich Hospital .

Francis Hallowes Esq Commander RN late of Glapwell Hall, Bolsover, Derbyshire formerly of Coednear, Dolgelley Merionethshire

Alexander Fotheringham Esq formerly of Sydney New South Wales and Late of Gunfield near Dartmouth and Uper Tooting i Surrey

Lieutenant Col. Robert Thomas Browne Boyd - small

Mister Thomas Olney of Balham hill and High Street Borough, Linendraper


Astronomical Occurrences in February

Weekly Return of Briths and DEeaths - With figures of deaths due to various diseases inc. Smallpox - Measles - Scarlet Fever - Diptheria - Whooping Cough - Enteric ever - Diarrhoea


Obituary of Eminent Persons (2nd listing) include:

Countess Delaware The Right Hon. Elizabeth Sackville-West died at her Residence in Upper Grosvenor Street

LAdy Charlotte Sophia Wolfe of Forenaghts County of Kildare died at Dover Street Piccadilly

Sir George Francis Seymour GCB GCH Admiral of the Fleet died at his Residence in Eaton Square

Sir Thomas Herbert Maddock Formerly Dept Governor of Bengal diee at Grosvenor Mansions, Victoria Street

Charles Leslie Esq of Balquhain, Fetternear and Inch in County of Aberdeen - Knight of the Guelphic Order Colonel in the Army died at Slindon House in Sussex.


The war : Praying for victory in the church of Notre Dame des Victoires at Paris - Small full page

Marshal Bazaine, commander in Chief of the French army at Metz - small half page 

The war : The crown Prince of Prussia's headquarters - Arrival of News by the Field telegraph - Half page

A Summer afternoon in Kew Gardens - full page

The War : The Valley of the Moselle at Metzn - large Double half page

The war : Wounded French prisoners from the battle of Worth escorted by Bavarian soldiers - Small half page

The War : Peasant burying party on the battlefield of Worth - Small half page

Arrest of a supposed Prussian spy on the Boulevard des Italiens - Half page

Red Republican conspirators attacking the firemens station at Belleville - Half page

The war : First Battle near Metz at Pange - Half page

The war : Paris recruits drilling at the Louvre - Half page

Baron von Moltke, Chief of the prussian staff - Small half page

The war : North German Lloyds steamers laid up in Bremen harbour - Half page

2 half page maps : The country between Metz & Verdun - The country around Chalons

The war : French Ironclad fleet off Heligoland - Full page

Page missing

The war : Burning of the fortress at Lichtenberg ( Top right hand corner is missing from this print)

French troops leaving Nancy - three quarter page


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

Foreign and colonial news

Aid to the wounded

Births marriages and deaths

The courts

The weather

Universities and public schools

The Farm

Weekly return of Births and deaths

........ And more.


Holy water font at the entrance to St Peter's Rome - Large Half page

Courtyard of the Tuileries on the night of a state ball - Full Page

A State ball at the Tuileries Palace : The grand vestibule - Full Page

The Crocodile : Indian Troop ship in a storm - Full Page

The Remorse of Judas - E Armitage - Full Page

Waiting the arrival of the Duke of Edinburgh at Government house Calcutta - Full Page

Mr Pendlebury - Senior Cambridge Wrangler - Small Half Page

Ice in the Thames at London Bridge - Half Page

portrait of Mr Vicat Cole ARA - small Half Page

Nomination at the Southwark election - Half Page

The Obelisk of the lateran at Rome - Small Half Page

Reception of a benedictine monk in St Paul's church at Rome - Half Page

The tomb of Raffaelle in the Pantheon at Rome - large Half Page


 

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 :-

Mr Forster's education scheme

News from France

British America

Fashionable and political entertainments

New Thames Yacht club

Prince and Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein

Conservative leadership in the Lords

The late frost

Prince Alfred in India

Astronomical occurences in March

Music : Madame Schumann

Royal institution lectures including Professor Odling - Mr W Kingdon Clifford - Professor Max Muller - Professor Humphry

Obituary of eminent persons including : Viscountess Exmouth - Lady Berkeley of Abingdon house Kew - Sir Hugh Bates Maxwell of Calderwood Lanark - Sir R A Alleyne of the Island of Barbadoes died at Burton under needwood - General sir W M G Colebrooke of Salt Hill Bucks - Lt General Joseph Nash of Dehra India - Mr Lenthall of Bessels Leigh

And more


4751

price sixpence.

It features articles with prints from engravings including


January 8th

An eight page issue priced sixpence.


January 15th

Reception of ladies at the Tuileries on new-years day.

The Pope in St Peter's on Christmas Day.

Portrait 'What can it be!' by Madame Thuillier.

The Nicobar Islands, in the Indian Ocean.

Village of Mala, Point Mayo, Nancowry.

Natives of the Nicobar Islands.

Gravosa Harbour, Dalmatia.

The Turner medal prize landscape of the Royal Acadamy.

The meat market at Smithfield, arrival of an early meat train.

The meat market, Smithfield, at two in the morning.

Scene from 'Ages Ago' at the gallery of illustration.

Scene from 'The Fool's Revenge' at the Queen's Theatre.

'Aerial voyages' Ballooning.


January 22nd

Scene in 'The Yellow Dwarf' at Covent Garden Theatre.

Portrait 'Ulysses and the nurse' by F Trevelyan Goodall.

M. Schneider, President of the French corps Legislatif.

Ruins of the star and garter hotel at Richmond.

Prince Pierre Bonaparte's house at Auteuil, Paris,

The room in which M. Noir was shot.

The late General Sir De Lacy Evans.

Funeral of Victor Noir Scene outside the palace of the corps legislatif.

The people cheering the national guard in the Champs Elysses.

The funeral at Neuilly.

The new Greek Church, Liverpool.

The Mayor's Ball at Nottingham.


January 29th

A twelve page issue price sixpence.

It features many prints from engravings and articles including


February 5th

A twelve page issue price five pence.

It features articles with prints from engravings including


February 12th

· The New Sheriffs

· Literature

· Obituaries

· Wills and Bequests

Consecration of The Suffragan Bishop of Nottingham' (front page),

The New French Ministry: Mr Emile Ollivier, Minister for Justice', 'M. Chevandier de Valdrome, Interior', 'Count Napoleon Daru, Foreign Affairs', 'The New French Ministry: M. Segris, Public Instruction - M. Buffet, Finance - M. Maurice Richard, Fine Arts - Marquis de Talhouet, Public Works - M. Louvet, Commerce and Agriculture - General LeBoeuf, War - Admiral Rigault de Genouilly, Marine - M. Parieu, President of The Council - Marsha Vaillant, Imperial Household' (all on one full page), .

'The Salle Des Pas Perdus of The French Corps Legislatif' (full page),

'The Papal Great Council at Rome: Reading Out The Decrees' (full page),

'The Bambino of The Ara Coeli at Rome', 'Wonford House Asylum, Exeter, Retreat for the Insane',

'The Red River Insurrection; Stone Fort, Red River Settlement', 'Upper Fort Garry, Red River Settlement',

'The Ladies Gallery, House of Commons', .

'Scene from Twixt Axe and Crown, At The Queens Theatre',

'A Dance at Gilghit', 'The Fountain of Egeria at Rome',

'Asuncion, The capital of Paraguay', 'Shepherd Seated at a Fountain, Facsimile of an Etching By Berghem',

'First Love by Mulready', .

'The New Hall of The Inner Temple' (interior view),

'Wesleyan Methodist Church, North Brixton' (small),

'Wesleyan Church. Wellington, New Zealand' (small), .

'Femalie Training College, Cheltenham' (small)

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

Primary Education in England',

'The Court', .

'The Church',

'Foreign and Colonial News',

'Weekly Returns of Births and Deaths',

'Imperial Parliament', .

'The Markets', 'Metropolitan News', 'Country News',

'National Education', 'Royal Institution Lectures',

'Wills and Bequests', .

'Obituary of Eminent Persons including John Joseph Francis Ferdinand Charles, Archduke of Austria and Prince Royal of Hungary and Bohemia died in Rome, The Right Hon. Constantia Francis, Viscountess Netterville died at Paris, 'The Right Rev. Hanilton Verschoyle DD, Bishop of Kilmore, Sir Edward Cecil Bisshopp of Parham Park, Sussex, Sir Charles Henry Darling KCB died at 7, Lansdown Terrace, Cheltenham, Sir John Henry Cooke, Lieutenant of The Yeomen of The Guard', 'Mr. J. W. Pennyman Esq of Ormesby Hall in the County of York at his seat in Cleveland, The Rev. Charles Townsend, Rector of Kingston by the Sea near Brighton',

· The National Land Conference in Dublin

· The farm

· Illustrations

· Consecration of the Archbishop of Nottingham

· The New French Ministry (Head and shoulders drawings of 13 members of the French Ministry

· The French Corps Legislatif

· The Papal Great Council at Rome

· The Bambino of the Ara Qeli at Rome

· Wonford House, Exeter, Retreat for the Insane

· Stone fort, Red River Settlement

· The Ladies Gallery, House of Commons

· Scene from ‘Twixt Axe and Crows’ at the Queen’s Theatre

· A cautry dance at Gilghit (India)

· The Mountains of Egeria at Rome

· Asuncion, The Capital of Paraguay

· ‘Shepherds seated at a Fountain – Facsimile of an etching by Berghem

· ‘First Love’ by Mulready

· The New Hall of the Inner Temple

· The Iron Screw-Steamer Limari for Valparaiso

The Bambino of the Ara Coeli at Rome.

Wonford House Exeter. The Retreat for the Insane.

Upper Fort Garry Red River Settlement. Stone Fort Red River.

The Ladies Gallery House of Commons.

New Hall of the Inner Temple. Female Training Collge Cheltenham.

Wesleyan Methodist Church North Brixton and Wellington N.Z..


February 19th

A twelve page issue price sixpence.

It features many prints from engravings and articles including


February 26th


March 5th

price fivepence.

It features many prints from engravings and articles including

 


March 12th

Obituaries: the Countess of Breadalabane; Lady Arabella Fermor-Hesketh; Sir J Stuart Menteth, BART; Mr Aston Burlingame; Colonel Moir; Mr G F Young; Mr H B Clive, Styche, Market Drayton


March 19th


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The Gold Weigher From an Etching by Rembrandt ' front page

' Hull Steam Ship Orlando For Passenger Traffic to Sweden '

' TheCambridge University Boat Crew Returning from Practice '

' TheTrial of Prince Pierre Bonaparte at Tours ' full page print fro mengraving

' Queen Mabs Grotto from the Painting by J. M. W. Turner '

' Jack in the Box Painted by H. H. Couldery ' full page print from engraving of two skye terrier puppies

' France - Chateau of St Germain en Laye '

' New Arrivals at the Zoological Societys Gardens - Hornbills ' an engraving of three birds

' New Arrivals at the Zoological Societys Gardens - Pheasants '

' TheNew Bishop of Manchester - The Right Rev. Dr Fraser '

' New School room at the Boys Home Regents Park Road ' a schoolroom scene

' Pastoral Staff for the New Bishop of Winchester '

' Album Presented to Colonel Henderson the Chief Commissioner of The Metropolitan Police '

' A Tiger Hunting party in India ' ful lpage print from engraving


York and Neighbourhood .

' Holy Trinity Church '

' Doorway in York '

' Alms Box at Skipwith '

' Micklegate Bar '

' The Door at Skipwith Church '

' Screen in Selby Church

full page


' Hunting the Gemsbok in South Africa ' full page print from engraving showing the hunt with dogs

' St Peters Rome From The Borghese Villa Gardens ' a full page print from engraving

' The Doubtful Coin by W. Hunt '

' Workmen at the Creuzot Ironworks at Burgundy France ' and women

' Paris Fashions Miel for April ' four dress designs

' Palace of the Sultana at Futtehpore Sikree in India '

Diwan-i-Khas at Delhi - Interior

Palace of Sultana at Futtehpore Sikree


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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 Aquittal of Prince Pierre Bonaparte

Foreign and Colonial News

Country News

The Illustrated London News Editorial

Astronomical Occurrences in April

The Court - Royal Comings and Goings

Ireland

Law and Police

Royal Insitiution Lecture - Professor Odling on Vegetabel Fats and Oils and Soaps - - - Archaeology of the?Anglo Saxon Conquest by Professor Rolleston MD FRS - - - Mr J. Norman Lockyer FRS on The Sun - - - Professor Rolleston on The Nervous System .

Music - The Opera

Theatres

Obituary of eminent Persons inlcude Sir Archibald Kennedy The Marquis of Ailsa died at his seat Culzean Castle - - - The Right Hon. Sir Robert Jocelyn TheEarl of Roden died at Edinburgh - - - The Right Hon. Thomas Williams Graves Third Lord Graves of Ireland died at Thanckes House at Devonport - - - Sir George Goold of Old Court County Court died at Paris - - - Sir William Williams of Tregullow inCornwall and Heanton Court Devon died at Tregullow

Wills and Bequests include The Right Hon. Mark McDonnell Earl of Antrim - - - henry Johnson Esq of Alexandra Egypt - - - Samuel Bailey Esq of Norbury Sheffield - - - Mister William Pegg late of Birchgrove Colliery Llansamlet in Glamorganshire and of Hill House Templecombe in Somersetshire - - - Correction to the Earl of Crawford and Balcarres Will in issue of last week

The Strike at Creuzot .


March 26th


April 2nd


April 9th


April 9th

There are also a variety of period classified advertisements such as Dr J Laurie's Homeopathic Domestic Medicine.


April 16th

Blessing the Lambs at Saint Agnes Rome.

The Descent from the Cross. Etching by Rembrandt.

View of the Creuzot Colliery and Iron works in Burgundy.

A Meath Country Gentleman Walking in the Park.

Opening Casks of Arms at the Dublin Steamship Companies Stores North Wall

Seizure of casks with arms and ammunition on board the Dublin Steamer Windsor.

Front page Engraving The Universities Boat-Race 'Well done, light blue!

Half page Engaving Opening the Mayo colliery at Gogose, Chandah, India.

Half page Engraving Blessing the Paschal lambs in the church of St. Agnes, Rome.

Full page Engraving Portrait 'The Descent From The Cross', etching by Rembrandt.

Double page Engraving View of the Creuzot colliery and ironworks in Burgandy.

Full page Engraving Prize dogs at the Paris dog show.

Half page Engraving The late Mr Charles Green, the Aeronaut.

Full page Engraving Valley of the Aconcagua, Chile.

Half page Engraving Seizure of casks, with arms and ammunition, on board the Dublin steamer Windsor.

Full page Engraving The Universities Boat-Race Cambridge winning!

Half page Engraving A Meath country gentleman walking in his park (protected by armed police).

Half page Engraving Opening casks of arms at the Dublin steam-ship company's stores, North Wall


April 23rd


April 30th

 


May 7th

A twelve page issue price fivepence.

It features many prints from engravings and articles including


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At The Royal Institution London - Professor Tyndall Experimenting with a Contact Breaker Connecting the Helix with the Battery ' Front page - a view in the lecture room with crowds of people watching his demonstrations with many devices on display upon the table in front of him

' Rue de Moulins in Paris - The Arrest of Camille Beaury for Plotting to Assassinate the Emperor Napoleon ' an engraving showing a street view of the accused being arrested by two plain clothed policemen and M. Lagrange Chief of the Politacal Police outside a Cafe

' Ireland - Arrests Started by Police at Midnight in the Neighbourhood of Hundred Acres at Castlereagh ' FONT color=#ffffff> .

' The Amsterdam Ship Canal Locks - The King of Holland Laying the Foundation Stone ' full page print from engraving

Burlington Gardens London - The New London University Buildings ' full page print from engraving

' Amongst The Pets - From the Painting by J. W. Bottomley ' a beautiful full page print from engraving showing a litter of puppies - a little boy in a kilt and scottish dress and a little girl playing with the pups while the dog watches on from her kennel

' The Haunt of The Brigands - Mount Pentelicus in Greece From The Heights Above Marathon ' full page print from engraving from a sketch by Mister Harry Johnson

' The Moabite Stone Discovered at Dhiban nr The Dead Sea ' five examples showing - The Position of Two Fragments - - Upper Fragment Inscription - - Lower Fragment Inscription x2 - The Entire Stone - info. Mesha Stele

' The Right Rev. Richard Durnford - The New Bishop of Chichester '

' Scene from "MP" at the Prince of Wales's Theatre ' showing Squire Bancroft - John Hare (aka John Fairs ) - Mr Addison - Miss Marie Wilton ( later Lady Bancroft ) - Miss Carlotta Addison - Mr Coghlan

' Derby - Opening of the Fine Arts and industrial Exhibition '

' Map - Plan of the Amsterdam Ship Canal ' showing Texel - Hindelopen - Stavoren - Wieringer Ward - Enkhuizen - Miel - Medemblik - Landvoort - Zaandam - Monnickendam - Purmerend Edam - Naarden etc

' The Jewish Synagogue in Great Portland Street London ' full page print from engraving

' The Vulturine Guinea Fowl in the Zoological Gardens '

' Broadclyst near Exeter in Devon - The Ruins in the Village After The Fire ' showing a row of houses

Chess Problem by Mr H. E. Kidson

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 :-

Procedure at Elections

Foreign and Colonial News

Weekly Return of Births and Deaths

Metropolitan News includes Meeting of the RNLI Royal National Life Boat Institution

May Meetings

The Illustrated London News Editorial

The Court - Royal Comings and Goings

Birth Marriages and Deaths - Major Daunt of Madras Staff Corps

The Church - List of Preferments and Appointments

Imperial parliament

National Sports

The Moabite Stone

Law and Police with ref. to Burglary at the Residence of Mr W. B .Beaumont MP 144 Piccadilly - - - Demetrio Papa of Oriental Commercial Bank, Sentenced with others - - - etc

Collision of Tyne Steamers Jesmond and Sunderland Steamer Earl of Elgin - apprx. 100 words

The MArkets - Prices of Grain - Hay and Straw - Provisions, Butter etc - Wool - Linseed - Oils - Tallow - Coals from Holywell, Wallsend, Bradyll's, Hetton etc - Cattle etc

Classified Style Advertisements

Monetary and Commercial Transactions

The Amsterdam Sea Canal - with ref. to the names of persons in the design and works on the contract


Royal Institution Lectures includes:

Magnetis and Diamagnetism byProfessor Tyndall

Sart Grouping, Star Drift and Star Mist by Mr R. A. Proctor

Comets by Professor Grant

Christian Ethics by Professor Blackie


The University of London

The Brigands of Greece with ref. to Greek firm of Arvanataki Brothers - info. The Murder of British and Italian tourists

The Fire at Broadclist < FONT color=#ffffff> .

Agrarian Conspiracy in Ireland

Music - The Operas with ref. to Madame Adelina patti

The Theatres


Obituary of Eminent Persons includes:

Lord Hawke - The Right Hon. Stanhope Martin Bladen Harvey Hawke of Towton in Yorkshire

Sir Edmund Antrobus of the County of Chester and of Rutherford in the Co. of Roxburgh, of the Banking House Coutts and Col died at his Residence in Piccadilly

Sir James Young Simpson MD of Strathavon Co. Linlithgow died at Edinburgh, One of HM Surgeons


Wills and Bequests includes:

Admiral Sir Henry John Leeke KCH KH

Miss Harriet Fownes Luttrell of Dunster Castle Somerset ane Late of the Priory Dunster

Joseph Gibbins Esq late of Houndshill, Worcester nr Stratford on Avon

John Cotton Wheeler Esq

Miss Harriett Anne Fane (small)


The Farm


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The Queen opening the New Building of the University of London.

Statue of Mr. Gladstone in Saint Georges Hall- Liverpool.

The Sea-Messenger to convey Letters from Ships in Peril.

Pricess Louisa opening the Inner Temple New Hall.

The Queen passing through the New Buildings of London UniversityShetches from India, Calcutta and West Berar..


May 28th

Front page Engraving Princess Louisa opening the bazaar for the North-Eastern Hospital for children.

Half page Engaving Portable hut for police in Mayo.

Half page Engraving Interior of the police hut.

Full page Engraving Opening of Stanley Park, Liverpool.

Full page Engraving The Dreadnaught, Hospital ship for seamen at Greenwich.

Full page Engraving Portrait 'The Playmates' by J. Hayllar.

Half page Engraving Presentation of a Testimonial to Mr W. F. Dixon, by the workpeople of Messers. James Dixon and sons, Sheffield.

Half page Engraving Sketches from Ireland Lancers clearing the streets of Granard at the Longford election.

Half page Engraving The three Englishmen killed by Greek brigands.

Full page Engraving The international yacht race The Sappho and Cambria rounding off St. Catherines.

Half page Engraving The international yacht race The Cambria weathering the Sappho off Bonchurch.

Half page Engraving King's College school athletic sports Finish of the two mile walking match


June 4th

Portrait 'Gambols Disturbed', by G. B. Goddard.

Portrait 'The Page', by W. Fyfe.

Portrait ' The Shrine Of St Sebald, Nuremberg', by Samuel Read.

Portrait 'Newton Investigating Light', by J. A. Houston, R.S.A.

Portrait 'Auld Mare Maggie', by J. Faed.

Portrait 'Summer Moonlight On The Lake Of Orta', by Harry Johnson.


June 11th

Entry of the Governor General of India into Peshawur

Prince Albert's Stag on the London Zoological Gardens.

Laying the Submarine Telegraph between Malta and Gibraltar.

Matthew Greathead 100 years old.- Richmond Yorkshire.

Prince Alfred in Ceylon Two engravings.

Oberammegau in Bavaria whre the Miracle Play is Performed


June 18th

A twelve page edition

It has numerous prints from engravings and articles including


June 25th

The Quarter Latin.

The Palais De Justice.

The grave of Charles Dickens in Poets Corner, Westminster Abbey.

The Marquis of Salisbury, Chancellor of the University of Oxford.

The Blackfriars bridge end of the Thames Embankment.

Saddling the favourites.

The winner led to the weighing place.

The new Pier at Eastbourne.

Presentation of colours to the St George's Volunteers

Dickens in Poets corner Plan of Poets Corner, Westminster Abbey.

The railway hotel at the London and Northwestern terminus, Lime street, Liverpool.

The Albert Memorial Tower, Belfast.

The City of Ragusa, two tons burden, now crossing the Atlantic.


July 9th

A twelve page issue price sixpence.

It features many prints from engravings and articles including


July 16th

A fourteen page issue priced Fivepence.

It has numerous atricles and prints from engravings including


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' Forget Me Not ' from the work by W. C. T.Dobson ARA - Full front page showing a young girl with a posie of flowers - also known as Vergissmeinnicht

' Emigrants by The Ship Ganges Departing For Canada '

' The Plains of Marathon ' - Greece


Sketches in Ireland .

' Inhabitants of a Bog Village near Castlereagh ' full page

' Mike Brannan 's Cabin in the Hundred Acres Bog '

' Women At Field Work in Roscommon '


' The House of the Late Daniel Maclise RA in Cheyne Walk Chelsea '

' Steeplechase at Punchestown Races '

' The Late Bishop of Bath and Wells ' - Info. Lord Auckland The Right Hon and Right Rev Robert John Eden DD

' A Strike of Workmen in Paris ' at the sugar works of Messrs Sommier in the Rue de Flandre

' Chess Problem by Mister J. W. Abbott '


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 Plebiscitum of 8 May 1870

Foreign and Colonial News includes France - - - Italy - - -Portugal - - - Belgium - - - Germany - - - Sweden - - - America - - - Canada - - - India

Metropolitan News with mention of the Nightingale Fund - - Zoological Society - - Royal Institution of Great Britain

The Court - Royal Comings and Goings

The Church

The Massacre of Englishmen in Greece - column makes ref to the brothers Arvanitakis - - Plain of Marathon - - Oropos - Lord and Lady Muncaster - - Mr Frederick Vyner - - Mr Erskine - - Colonel Theagenes

Imperial Parliament

Law and Police includes Two Gentlemen charged at Bow Street with Frequenting the Strand Theatre dressed in female attire - - etc

The Late Mr Maclise's House at 4 Cheyne Walk

Ireland

Royal Institution Lectures - Moral Philosophy of Socrates by Professor Blackie FRSE - - - Voltaic Electricity and Electro Magnetism by Professor Tyndall - - - Interpretation of Greek Mythology by Professor Blackie - - - Comets by Professor Grant LL.D FRS - - - Philosophy of Aristotle by Professor Blackie

Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased includes Lord Auckland The Right Hon and Right Rev Robert John Eden DD Baron Auckland of West Auckland Co Durham, Bishop of Bath and Wells (retired) died at Wells - - - TheRight Hon. Mary Susan Albinia Dowager Countess of Bandon died at Castle Bernard Co. Cork Ireland - - - Sir Robert Bateson of Killoquin Co. Antrim died at His Seat Castruse Co.Miel Donegal - - - Sir Norman Pringle of Stichill died at the British Consulate Dunkirk, France - - - Heinrich Baron Von Hess Field Marshal in Austria died at Vienna - - - Frederick Grantham Vyner Esq Murdered by the Brigands in Greece - - - Edward henry Charles Herbert Esq of Tetton House Somerset another Victim of the deplorable atrocity in Greece .

Wills and Bequests - Edward Stanley Esq of Cross Hall LAncaster and 14 Grosvenor Square Middx - - - Colonel Charles Leslie KH of Balquhain NB (Scotland); Hassop Hall Derby; Slindon Hall Sussex; and Fetternear House Aberdeenshire died at his residence Slindon Hall - - - Frederick Wiltshire Esq - - - Miss Blanch Astley of York Terrce Regents Park - - - Mrs Emma Castleman of 74 Cambridge Terrace Hyde Park


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' Mister Bright Speaking at The Town Hall Birmingham ' front page engraving from a drawing by T. Nast - this front page is torn across the middle

' The Bristol Channel - Blowing Up of the Wreck of The Golden Fleece '

' The Bedfordshire Middle Class College at Kempston '

' Scene in "The Yellow Dwarf" at Covent Garden Miel Theatre ' full page beautiful print from engraving showing a ballet

' ..."Ulysses and The Nurse " by F. Trevelyan Goodall - The Royal Academy Gold medal Picture ' full page print from engraving

' President of the French Corps Legislatif - Monsieur Eugene Schneider ' near full page print from engraving

' The Ruins of the Star and Garter Hotel at Richmond Surrey ' full page print from engraving

' Prince Pierre Bonaparte's House at Auteuil in Paris '

' The Room in Which Monsieur Victor Noir Was Shot ' - shot by Prince Pierre Bonaparte

' The Late General Sir De Lacy Evans ' .

' The Funeral of Victor Noir - The Scene OUtside The Palace of the Corps Legislatif '

' Champion Badge of the Queens Westminster Volunteers '


The Funeral of Victor Noir

' The People Cheering the National Guard in the Champs Elysees '

' The Funeral At Neuilly '


' The New Greek Church at Liverpool ' - info. St Nicholas in Toxteth

' The Mayors Ball at Nottingham ' - in the Lecture hall of the Mechanics Institution

' 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 :-


The Homicide in Paris - Of Victor Noir by Prince Pierre Bonaparte

Foreign and Colonial News - France with ref to the Noir case

The Farm

National Sports with ref. top the Altcar Club Meeting

Metropolitan News includes Fire at An Oil and Colourmans in Aldersgate Street caused by "Brunswick black " - - - Teh National Emigration League - - - Annual Report of Captain Shaw of Fires in London

Illustrated London New Editorial

Births Marriage and Deaths

Church - Preferments and Appointments - List

Members Out of p[arliament with ref. to Mr Bright President of the Board of Trade - - MRWatkin Williams MP for Denbigh - - Sir John Coleridge Solicitor General - - The Right Hon. Robert Lowe

Royal Institution Lectures - Professor G. M. Humphrey FRS on Architecture of the Human Body - - Porfessor Odling on Chemistry of Vegatable Products .

Literature - Reviews of - The Life and Letters of Faraday by Dr Bence Jones of the Royal Institution - - - A Tale for a Chimney Corner and Other Essays by Leigh Hunt - - - Transatlantic Sketches By Greville John Chester BA - - - The Peace of God by William Basil Jones MA Archdeacon of York - - - The Romance of Spanish History by John S. C. Abbott - - - Lady Betty by Christabel R. Coleridge ( Rose ) - - - Dora and Her Papa A Story for Children By Eliza Meteyard - - - History of the Norman Kings of England by Thomas Cobbe .

Musical Publications with ref. to Mr Harold Thomas - - Carl Luini

Law and Police includes Judges and the Spring Circuits - - - and much more

Weekly Return of Births and Deaths includes deaths from Zymotic Diseases - Smallpox - Whooping Cough - Measles - Cscarlet Fever - Diptheria - Typhus - Typhoid or Enteric Fever - Diarrhoea - Phthisis - Bronchitis - Pneumonia - The Brain and Nervous System Organs of Circulation - Burns and Scalds- Drowning - Suffocation - Suicide - Numbers who died in Workhouses, Military, Asylumns, Hospitals, Lunatic Asylums and Persons Slaughtered in the Stteets

Homicide at paris - Again of M. victor Noir by Prince Pierre Bonaparte - gives refs to statements etc of witnesses

Nothing in the Papers column makes ref. to Professor Huxley etc

The Political Agent at Zanzibar Has forwarded a Letter from Dr Livingstone contents of which include ref. to The Sources of the Nile of Speke and Baker etc and more

Wills and Bequests includes The Right Hon. Thomas Henry Lord Foley, Baron of Kidderminster late of 48 Grosvenor Square - - - The Right Hon. George Rice Baron Dynevor - - - Right Hon. Lady Elizabeth Wells of Holme House Hunts - - - Thomas Powell Esq of Colda House Christchurch Monmouthshire - - - Mrs Augusta Thackeray Widow of Martin Thackeray late of 86 Gloucester Place Portman Square - - - Mr Alfred Davis of Alfred Davis and Co.

The Royal Humane Society


July 23rd

A sixteen page issue

. It features many prints from engravings and articles including


August 6th

The Emperor Starting From St. Cloud (Full Page)

Arrival Of The Emperor And Prince Imperial At Metz (Full Page)

The Late M.Prevost-Paradol, French Ambassador To The United States

Parisians Consulting Map

The Rev. John Farrar, President Of The Wesleyan Conference

Reserves Of The Prussian Guard Mustering At Berlin

The Place Stanislas, At Nancy (Full Page)

Meeting Of The Lincolnshire Agricultural Society At Sleaford
High Cross, Near Leicester, The Centre Of Roman Britain
Paris Fashions For August

Illustrations Of

Foreign And Colonial News

Metropolitan News

The Court Of Queen Victoria

The Universities And Public Schools

Weekly Returns Of Births And Deaths

The House Of Commons And House Of Lords For The Week

The Late M. Prevost-Paradol

The Wesleyan Conference President

The Lincolnshire Agricultural Society

The Theatres

Paris Fashions For August

 


August 13th

A twelve page issue price sixpence. (5d)?

It features articles with prints from engravings including

 


August 20th

French Wounded Brought Into Metz (Full Page)

A Thunderstorm In The Bavarian Mountains By A Zimmerman Of Vienna (Full Page)

Arrest Of English Correspondents At Metz

People Demanding Arms In The Place Vendome At Paris

The Late Mr J.B. Pyne, Landscape Painter

Peasantry Of The Frontier, Near The Moselle And The Saar

General Montauban, Count De Palikao, The New Prime Minister Of France

Inhabitants Of Forbach Flying After The Battle

Opening Of The Skye Railway Strome Ferry, The Terminus

Strath Carron, Loch Carron In The Distance

The Emperor And Staff Reconnoitring

Map Of The Country Between Metz And Paris Between France And Germany

Illustrations Of

Foreign And Colonial News

Metropolitan News

The Court Of Queen Victoria

Opening Of The Skye Railway

The New Prime Minister Of Paris

National Sports

The Markets

The Magazines

Literature

Fine Arts

The Theatres


August 27th

Wounded French prisoners from the battle of Worth escorted by Bavarian soldiers - Peasant burying party on the battlefield of Worth - S Arrest of a supposed Prussian spy on the Boulevard des Italiens - Red Republican conspirators attacking the firemens station at Belleville - First Battle near Metz at Pange - Paris recruits drilling at the Louvre -Baron von Moltke, Chief of the Prussian staff - North German Lloyds steamers laid up in Bremen harbour - 2 half page maps The country between Metz & Verdun - The country around Chalons French Ironclad fleet off Heligoland - FP Burning of the fortress at Lichtenberg French troops leaving Nancy - SFP


September 3rd

The Franco Prussian War

French Camp At Gravelotte, Near Metz

Toul, Department Of The Meurthe

Headquarters Of The Crown Prince Of Prussia At Luneville

Prince Frederick Charles Of Prussia

Prussian Lancers Bringing In Provisions

View Of Metz Form The South West (Superb 2 Page Pull Out)

The International Yacht Match Returning To The Narrows In New York Harbour

Fortifications Of Paris At The Forte De Neuilly

Fortifications Of Paris Extending The Fosse

Prussian Field Batteries Cannonading Phalsburg

Kiel Bay, With The French Squadron In The Distance Between France And Germany

Neutrality

Illustrations Of

Foreign And Colonial News

Metropolitan News

French Militia Volunteers

Marshall M'mahon

The Court Of Queen Victoria

National Sports

The Markets

Archeaology Of The Month

Prince Frederick Charles Of Prussia

A View Of Metz

Hamburg And The Elbe In War

Literature

Fine Arts

New York Yacht Club Open Race

The Theatres

Law And Police

Massacre At Tien-Tsin, China

Weekly Return Of Births And Deaths


September 24th

'The War: Strasbourg Bombarded, A Sketch from The Baden Mountains' Full page engraving

'The War: Prussian Guard of The Emperor Napoleon Before The Chateau Bellevue, Sedan'

'The War: Belgian Charity to French Soldiers at Namur'

'The War: Francs Tireurs on the Look Out for Prussians Near Paris'

'New Monument of Daniel FDefoe in Bunhill Fields Burial Ground'

'The Doncaster Race Cup'

'The War: Review of The National Guard, By General Trochu, on the Boulevards of Paris' Full page ( There is a partly repaired tear to the border of this page, the engraving is affected slightly, but the repair could be completed easily - I suspect it has been unfinished so as not to cover the text on Naval and Military news which is on the reverse)

'The Late Captain Cowper Coles RN Designer of HMS Captain ' with reference to "The lamentable disaster to the British Navy, which happened in The Bay of Biscay on the night of the 16th inst. or early in the morning of the 7th.....The long dispute waged by Captain Coles with the authorities at Whitehal n the turret question and the acceptance,by the Admiralty of Messrs Laird Brothers as the builders of a vessel which should fully represent Captain Coles views and their own of what an efficient seagoing cruiser on the turret principle should be, have often been the subjects of discussion" and more in the article

'The War: Graves of German Officers near Sedan'

'the War: Prussian Troops and Munitions Crossing The Rhine to Go to Paris'

'The War: Hill of Cheveuge, Where the King of Prussian Watched The Battle of Sedan

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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 :-

China and Her Customers' with reference to the Tien Tsin Massacres directed mainly against the french

'The War' France and Prussia

'Foreign and Colonial News'

The Court in the Highlands' etc

'The British Association of Science'

Red Deer Hunting

'Metropolitan News'

'Law and Police'

'Presentation to Sir E. W. Watkin'

'National Sports incudes Horse Racing'

'The Volunteers'

'Wills and Bequests includes The Right Hon. John Henniker Major, Lord Henniker of Thornham Hall and Worlingworth Hall, Suffolk and 6 Grafton Street, St Georges, Hanover Square - - Sir Robert John Harvey Harvey, Barrt, of Crown Point, Trowse Newton Norfolk and of Brundall House, Norfolk - - Miss Hannah Blades Hobson of Montague Square, Middlesex and of SHinfield Lodge, Berks'

' 'Music'

'Metropolitan News'

Obituary of Eminent Persons includes: Sir St Vincent eene Hawwkins Whitshed of Killincarrick - - John Ayshford Wise Esq., of Clayton Hall, Staffordshire - - Joseph Feilden Esq of Witton Park in the County of Lancaster'

'Aid to the Sick and Wounded' France and Prussia


 

 

October 1st

A 16 page double weekly issue priced tenpence. includes supplement

A print from engraving on the front page titled


October 8th

A twelve page issue

It features many prints from engravings and articles including


October 22nd

.

There are many fascinating articles and advertisements mostly given over to


October 29th

when much of the news was dominated by the Franco Prussian war again.

There are 12 full pages articles and advertisements most with associated engravings and have titles such as


November 5th

Still largely covering the Franco Prussian war - with a definite bias in support of France it seems).

There are 12 full pages each measuring approx 390x280mm ( 16x11") .

There are many prints from engravings with titles such as


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The War - A Battalion of Francs-Tireurs passing Through Tours ' front page - the war refers to the Franco-Prussian War or France Prussia

' Defence of Paris - The Look OUt Post at the Rond Point of Courbevoie '

' Defence of Paris - The Pont Napoleon at Bercy '

' Monsieur Thiers ' full page print from engraving of Louis-Adolphe Thiers .

' The War: The Rue Royale at Tours ' full page print from engraving

' Widowed and Childless - Painted by the Crown Princess of Prussia, I the Exhibition for the German Relief Fund at 39 Old Bond Street ' full page print from engraving

'Inside Paris - Artillery and Ambulance Waiting Miel Orders to Start ' full page print from engraving

' Arrival of Papal Zouaves at Tours '

' The War: Defence of Paris - The Bridges of Asnieres and Clichy Destroyed '

M. Jules Favre The French Minister of Foreign Affairs '

' The War: Prussian Guard at Versailles Bringing in Cattle '

' November Astronomical Occurences - Saturn ' small engr.

' The War: Inside Paris - Camp in the Garden of the Tuileries ' full apge print from engraving

' Screw Steam Ship Queen of the Thames '

' Declaring the Plebiscite on the Capitol of Rome '

' Chess Problem by H. T. Combe ' .

' Map - Fortifications of Metz and Besiegers Lines ' map showing Metz - fort Moselle - Chatel - Charly - Servigny - Marly Sur Seille - Dornct or Dornet - Augny - St Remy - Fort Gisors - Fort Bellecroix - and more

' Defences of Paris - Fortress of Mont Valerien ' .



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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 :- Also articles (no engravings) including : -

The Wreck Register for 1869

Foreign and Colonial News - Spain - Italy - Portugal - Germany - Austro-Hungary - United States of America with ref. to the earthquake felt in the US and Canada - India - New Zealand

New York Immigration Figures

From Inside Paris "From Our Special Correspondent in Paris Sent by the Victor Hugo Balloon "

Births Marriages and Deaths

Illustrated London News Editorial

The Court - Royal comings and Goings

The Church - Preferments and Appointments

Board of Works and The Lord of Hampstead

National Sports - Racing

The Farm - Agricultural matters with ref. to the death of Mr G. P. Tuxford of the Strand - - - The Hreat Hereford October Fair - - - The New York State Fair at Utica with lists of prize winners etc - - - Foot and Mouth Affect Sales at Scaleby Castle

Weekly Return of Births and Deaths - with numbers having died from Zymotic Diseases including SMallpox - Measles - Scarlet Fever - Diuptheria - Croup - Erysipelas - Diarrhoea - Choleraic Diarrhoea - and more

Metropolitan News

Law and Police - Robert Charles Duncombe Shafto Charged with Damagine a First Class Carriage on the SE RAilway whilst Drunk - Suicide of a Farmer Mister Slattery from Nenagh Tipperary - - - Young Man Murdered his Mother at Shotts in Scotland - and more

The Markets

M. Thiers - large article

Music

The Theatres

Fine Arts

Astronomical Occurrences

Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased - Lady Harriet Bagot wido of Richard Bagot DD died at Elford Hall Near Tamworth - - - Mister Michael William Balfe died at his Reisdence near Hertford, The Musician and Opera Singer <>p> Wills and Bequests - His Serene Highness Alfonso D'Avalos, Prince of pescara and Marquis del Vasto late of Chiaja in Italy - - - Field Marshal Sir Alexander G. Woodford GCB GCMG Governor of Cherlsea Hospital - - - Sir John Thwaites late of Metropolitan Board of Works - - - William James Clements Esq MP for Shresbury - - - Rev. William Pitt Wigram - - - Hon. Augusta Irby - - - Catherine Stanley - - - Baroness Wenman

TheRevolution in Rome

Loss of the Steamer Cambria off Innistrahull N.W. Ireland .


November 12th

A twelve page issue price sixpence.

This issue is almost all given over to the Franco-Prussian War again.

It features many prints from engravings and articles including


November 19th

An eleven page issue priced Fivepence with no supplement.

It has numerous articles and prints from engravings including


November 26th


December 3rd

An twelve page issue price sixpence.

It features many prints from engravings and articles including


  December 10th

twelve page issue price sixpence.

It features articles with prints from engravings including


December 17th

'Young France - A Sketch at Versailles' Full front page

'Prisoners of The French Imperial Guard From Metz'

'Casting The Electric Light Over paris'

'Prize Fowls, Ducks and Pigeons at the Crystal Palace Poultry Show' Full page sketch by J Greenaway

'Spanish Deputation Passing Through The Lungh Arno at Florence to Offer The Crown of Spain to Prince Amadeus of Italy' Full page engraving

'Taming of the Shrew Painted by W. Q. Orchardson ARA in the Winter Exhibition of the French Galery' Full page

'Prize oxen at the Smithfield Club Cattle Show' Full page engraving by Harrison Weir and J. Greenaway

'Reoving The Statue of Napoleon I at Lyons'

'Maing Chassepot Bullets at Lyons

'Preparing for The Siege of Lyons: Storing Flour and Rice in the Casino Des Arts'

'Storing Flour in the Church of St. Nizier, Lyons'

'Street in the Silk Weavers Quarter, Lyons

'Preparing for the Pantomime

'Scene From the Vicar of Wakefield at the Standard Theatre'

'Chess'

Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including:

'A Leash of Railway Accidents'

'Foreign and Colonial News'

The War' France and Prussia

'From Inside Paris By Balloon Post - Eleventh Week of the Siege' Franco Prussian War

'Weekly Return of Births and Deaths include number of deaths from Smallpox - Measles - Scarlet Fever - Diphtheria - Croup - Whooping Cough - Typhus - Enteric or Typhoid Fever - Simple Continued Fever - Diarrhoea - Erysipelas '

'Law and Police'

'Metropolitan News'

'The Markets'

'Awful Explosion near Birmingham - "the cartridge facytory of Messrs Ludlow situate at Witton ...situate in a large field between Aston and Perry Bar..". of the many killed in the tragedy only five had been identified at the time of the article, there is a list of five of the women and girls identified.

'Obituary of Eminent Persons includes The Most Honourable Thomas Taylour, The Marquis of Headfort, Earl of Bective and Viscount and Baron Headfort died at his beautiful residence near Kells - - - Lord Byron The Right Hon. George Anson died at Thrumpton Hall, Notts - - - TheRev. Sir Erasmus Henry Griffies-Williams Baronet of Llwynywormwood in County Carmarthen died at Llandovery - - - Henry Knight-Erskine Esq of Pittodrie, Lieut. Col. of the Aberdeenshir Militia died at Aberdeen - - - Lieutenant Colonel Charles Francis Falcon Chamberlain died at Umballa India aged fort four - - - Thomas Brassey Esq of Lowndes Square the eminent railway contreactor died at St Leonards on Sea - - - Mr Stephen Glover, Composer'

'Wills and Bequests includes The Hon. Lady Louisa LawrenceCurrey late of Wellands, Sussex and formerly of erlwood, Surrey - - - Richard Lamper Freeman Esq of Boston Massachusetts USA and late of 7 Upper Church Street Bath - - - Richard Harvey Esq of Greenway on the river Dart, Devon and Rock End, Torquay'

 

 


 

 

December 24th

A twenty page Christmas issue price One shilling.

It features many prints from engravings and articles including


December 31st

An twelve page issue price sixpence.

It features many prints from engravings and articles including

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