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' Sir Edward Colebrook, Bart, Mover in the House of Commons of The Address in Reply to The Royal Speech - The Earl of Sefton, Mover in The House of Lords of The Address in Answer to The Queens Speech ' front page

' The Principal Church in Charleston, South Carolina '

' Dealers Inspecting a Negro at A Slave Auction in Virginia '

' A Slave Auction in Virginia ' Full page print from engraving - with a notice Negroes for Sale at Auction THis Day at 10 o clock also a man woman and child on the block at the auction room

' Curiosity Street in Pekin ' Full page print from engraving - a busy scene showing english officers dressed in chinese coats, "getting rid of much of their superfluous cash in the purchase of doubtful miel antiquities and modern enamels ..."...."Carts horses ponies and wheelbarrows obstruct ones movements"... also street wise boys "sharp as those of London or Paris are always at hand ready to carry any possible amount of one's purchase to any distance" ...

' View of Blenheim Palace from the Lake ' Full page print from engraving

' Ruins of The Titian Gallery, Blenheim Palace viewed from The Gardens ' (destroyed by fire)

' The Ancient Crypt of York Cathedral '

' The Late Mrs Gore - A Successful Authoress ' died at Linwood near Lyndhurst hants - Catherine Grace Frances

' Charles III, Prince of Monaco '

' T'he Widow by Harold J. Stanley '

' Seal of Edward the Black Prince in the Public Record Office ' (small)

' Rustic civility by W. Collins in the South Kensington Museum ' Full page print from engraving

' Morning in The Viescher Thal - Going up To The High Pasturage by Harry Johnson' - near Grindlewald I think, in the Bernese Oberland - The Swiss Alps

' A Sharp Morning' Full page print from engraving.


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 British Railway From the Atlantic to the Pacific '

' Foreign and Colonial News '

' Metropolitan News '

' Country News '

' Deerhurst Church Gloucestershire '

' Slave Auctions ' a very descriptive article from the point of view of an english reporter or writer G. H. Andrews shows the prices paid for each person, their conditons etc

' Wills and Bequests ' includes William Tassie formerly of Leicester Square but late of Upper Phillimore Place, Kensington - - - George Haycock Esq of the Society of Friends who died at Chemsford includes £200 to the Colchester Idiots Asylum etc - - - Lancelot Shadwell Esq of Lincolns Inn and of Nottingham Place, Marylebone - - - Sir John Hall KCH of Lansdowne Crescnet Kensington Park

' The Court ' includes The Levee in St James's Place

' National Sports '

' Naval and Military '

' Imperial Parliamen t'

' Obituary of Eminent Persons includes The Right Hon. Emma Agnes Dowager Lady Petre at 3 Mansfield Street Cavendish Square - - - Granville Edward Harcourt Vernon Esq MP - - - Captain Wilbraham Digby Milman RA died from an illness caused by over exertion in the Indian Campaign - - - The Rev. Joshua Frederick Denham MA FRSRector of St Mary le Strand at his residence 8 New Inn, Strand - - - The Hon. Richard Anthony O'Reilly in Jamaica - - - Henry Vyner Esq of Newby Hall yorkshire - - - Robert Burford at 35 Camdentown Villas'

' The Society of Femal Artists'

' Royal Institution Lectures includes Professor Tyndalls Lectures on Electricity'

' Chess'

And much more.

And more

 


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' The Civil War in America - Our Kitchen in The Camp of The 2nd New York Regiment ' Front page print from engraving

' Civil War in America - Some of Wilsons Boys in Wooden Camp at Staten Island ' -refers to C. Comapny and Colonel Wilson - article makes ref to the men "made up of Chevaliers d'Industrie of New York and have no regular uniform"

' My Head Quarters in The Camp of The 2nd New York Regiment - from a Sketch by Our Special Artist ' the engraving showing american soldiers in a camp near Washington

' Field Day With The London Rifle Brigade and Regulars at Chatham ' Full page print from engraving - shows a marching band wearing bearskins in the foreground and the Rifle Brigade marching in the background with windmills, River Thames and town in the distance

' ..."The LAntern painter " by Theodore Delamarre ' a chinese man making a lantern while another watches on.

' ..."The Occidentalist " By M. Theodore Delamarre ' scene in China

' The Arrival of The Fair: A Scene in Auvergne by M. Auguste Bonheur'

' Amateur Performance by Nobility and Gentry at Freemasons Hall, Under The Leadership of The Hon. Seymour Egerton ' Full page print from engraving

' Industrial Exhibition in The Black Forest, Germany ' Full page

' The Late Lord Campbell ' Sleekburnc.

' New Church of st MAry at Hornsey Rise '

' The British and Foreign School Societys New Training Collegea For One Hundred Mistresses at Stockwell '

' The Late Mr Braidwood - Superintendent of The London Fire Engine Establishment '

' Anniversary Dinner of The Society of Arts at The Crystal Palace '

' Chess'

' The Great Fire in Southwark: Scene at Cottons Wharf at Miel Midday on Monday last ' Full page print from engraving

' Paris Fashions for July '

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 :-

An American Statesman - with ref. Mr Stephen Arnold Douglas and also mention of Count Cavour

Foreign and Colonial News

Meteoric Stones

The Civil War in America - Belligerent Operations on Sea and Land - - The Confederate States - - The Neutra; States - - The northern States

Order of Knighthood For India

Naval and Military Intelligence

Metropolitan News includes Jane palethorpe of Somerstown Administered Poison to her Children - - - Building Trade Dispute - - Anniversary Dinner of the Royal Caledonian Asylum - - Feats By Blondin in the Terrace Dining Room of Crystal palace Sleekburnc.

Law and Police

The Court at Windsor Castle - Royal Comings and Goings wioth ref. to The Queens Drawingroom Held at St James palace

TheNew Lord Chancellor to Sir Richard Bethell

' Church and Universities - Preferments and Appointments - - Testimonials to Clergymen

Music - The Philharmonic Societys Concert - - Mr Benedicts Concert at St James Hall - - John Francis Barnett the Pianist - - Madame Catharine Hayes at park Lane - - Mrs John Holman Andrews - - Mdme Sainton Dolby - - Sig, Ciabatta - - Herr Wilhelm Ganz

the Noblemen and Gentlemens Catch Club

Theatres

Mr and Mrs German Reed 's Entertainment

Country News

Parliament - The Death of the Lord Chancellor etc

' Imperial parliament - The Indian Navy - - The Donegal Evictions - - The Great Eastern

Wills and Bequests includes Right Hon. MAry Dowager Countess of Strathmore and Kinghorn and Baroness Bowes - - - Dowager Lady Kinloch of Eaton place Belgrave Ssquare - - - Sir george Jackson KCH and Knight Bachelor of Onslow Square Brompton and of Worthing Sussex

The Milk Sea Phenomenon ref to N. Trebuches Captai of the French Corvette Capricieuse

Mr Cobden at Rochdale Sleekburnc.

The Great Fire in Southwark - Death of Mr Braidwood Captain of the Fire Brigade

Mr James Bradwood the Late Superindendent of the London Fire Engine Establishment

Scientific news - Leaden Bullets Injured by Insects - - Pantelegraph of M. Caselli - - New Canadian Dye and Professor Lawson of Botanical Society of Canada - - New Electrometer by Mr Thomas Tate Sleekburnc.

Adverts of the day

 


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'The British Archaeological Association at Exeter: West Screen of Exeter Cathedral' Front page

3 missing pages

' Kenmare House, Killarney, The Seat of Viscount Castlerosse'

' Muckross House, The Seat of the Right Hon. Colonel H. A. Herbert MP'

' The Imperial Fete at Paris: Scene on the Esplanade Des Invalides '

'View From The Round Point in The Champs Elysees '

'Combined Thrashing and Stacking Machine' This page has had a small picture CUT OUT but does not affect the previous or next engraving

'Opening of the South Durham and Lancashire Union Railway: The Tees Viaduct '

'The New Screw Steamer Sicillia '

' Eisteddfod or Congress of Welsh Literati at Conway Castle: View of the Town and Castle of Conway '

'Gottenburg Sweden'

'The Treasury, Algiers '

'A Recent Wild Boar Hunt in Algeria ' Wodnerful full page engraving

'Prince Louis of Hesse'

' Her Royal Highness Princess Alice '

' Florizel and Per Dita by C. R. Leslie RA At The South Kensington Museum' Full page Engraving

'Visit of the Royal Archaeological Association to Exeter: The Cathedral From The South East'

Royal Archaeological Association to Exeter ' Rougemont Castle: Interior of Gateway Seen From Castle Yard'

Royal Archaeological Association to Exeter 'Berry Pomeroy Castle'

'Bed of Henry IV of France, in the Chateau Pau '

'The Great Equatorial of the Royal observatory, Greenwich'

'Monument to Lady John Manners in the Mortuary Chapel of Rawsley Church '

' Monument to The Duchess of Gloucester in St Georges Chapel Windsor '

'Our Harvest'

'Foreign and Colonial News'

Garibaldi at Caprera

Statistics on the population of France

The Lost Guides of Chamounix

Capture of Whales (Orkney Herald)

'The Court' Departure of the Queen for Ireland

'The Social Science Congress at Dublin'

'Wills and Bequests includes The Most Noble Richard Plantagenet, Duke of Buckingham and Chandos - - - Laldy Douglas wife of General Sir James douglas of York Crescent, Clifton Bristol - - - Sir James Cosmos Melvill Secretary to the Hon. East India Company'

'The Farm'

'national Sports'

'The Weather - Results of Meteorological Observations at the Kew Obserbvatory' - The week of 14 - 20 Aug max temp of 74.9 f

Combined Threshing and stacking machine

'Monetary Transactions of the Week'

'The Markets'

The Eisteddfod at Conway

'Cape Race Newfoundland'

'The Female Blondin '

The treasury, Algiers

'Annual Report of the British Fisheries'

'Naval and Military Intelligence'

'Great Exhibition of 1862 - Preogress of the Building - Applications for Space'

'Victor Emmanuels Prowess as a Hunter'

'Public Accounts'

'The Throne of Madagascar' small approx. 120 words

'Literature includes "A Naval Biographical Dictionary By William R. O'Bryne FRGS"..'

'Are Our Meat Markets Under Proper Inspection ?'

'Guano Discoveries'

'Scientific News'

 


The Coronation of the King of Prussia - His Majesty Entering Konigsberg By The Brandenburg Gate ' front page


Sketches From the Interior of Japan

' The Hot Sulphur Baths at Takiwa '

' Stone Bridge at Isahaia '

' Mountain Pass in Fizen Takiwa '

The only reference I can give to where these engravings are is possibly Ureshino Saga or part of Nagasaki Prefecture - We had our own way of pronouncing and spelling place names in the 19c


' Progress of the International Exhibition Building - Works of the Nave Eastern Transept and Dome, As Seen from the South West ' full page print from engraving showing the metal structure

' Sketches From the Interior of Japan - Our Escort of Matchlockmen at Omura ' a wonderful full page print from engraving - now part of Nagasaki Prefecture

' The coronation of the King of Prussia - His Majesty Receiving an Address From the Young Ladies of Konigsberg on His Entrance into that City ' full page engraving

' Officers and Privates of The London Rifle Volunteer Brigade ' Full page engraving

' Mr George Staunton Morrison Her Majestys Consul at Nagasaki Japan '

' Lord Palmerston Distributing Certificates to the Successful Candidates in the Recent oxford Middle Class Examinations at Southampton '


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

' Konigsberg '

' Foreign and Colonial News '

' The American Civil War '

' A Ride Through Kiusiu in Japan ' - could be Kyushu

Illustrated London News Editorial

Country News

Wills and Bequests includes The Dowager LAdy Musgrave relict of Sir Philip of Eden Hall Near Penrith - - - Sir Francis palgrave KH - - - Captain Edward John Lees of Cheltenham Gloucester but who died at Torquay

Mr Morrison at Nagasaki

Lord Palmerston at Southampton

There was I believe a supplement with more on the Civil war and The King of Prussia but this is missing

And more



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It features articles with prints from engravings including

 

 


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' View of Blenheim Palace from the Lake ' Full page print from engraving

' Ruins of The Titian Gallery, Blenheim Palace viewed from The Gardens ' (destroyed by fire)

' The Ancient Crypt of York Cathedral '

' The Late Mrs Gore - A Successful Authoress ' died at Linwood near Lyndhurst hants - Catherine Grace Frances

' Charles III, Prince of Monaco '

' T'he Widow by Harold J. Stanley '

' Seal of Edward the Black Prince in the Public Record Office ' (small)

' Rustic civility by W. Collins in the South Kensington Museum ' Full page print from engraving

' Morning in The Viescher Thal - Going up To The High Pasturage by Harry Johnson' - near Grindlewald I think, in the Bernese Oberland - The Swiss Alps

' A Sharp Morning' Full page print from engraving.

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Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including
' The British Railway From the Atlantic to the Pacific '

' Foreign and Colonial News '

' Metropolitan News '

' Country News '

' Deerhurst Church Gloucestershire '

' Slave Auctions ' a very descriptive article from the point of view of an english reporter or writer G. H. Andrews shows the prices paid for each person, their conditons etc

' Wills and Bequests ' includes William Tassie formerly of Leicester Square but late of Upper Phillimore Place, Kensington - - - George Haycock Esq of the Society of Friends who died at Chemsford includes £200 to the Colchester Idiots Asylum etc - - - Lancelot Shadwell Esq of Lincolns Inn and of Nottingham Place, Marylebone - - - Sir John Hall KCH of Lansdowne Crescnet Kensington Park

' The Court ' includes The Levee in St James's Place

' National Sports '

' Naval and Military '

' Imperial Parliamen t'

' Obituary of Eminent Persons includes The Right Hon. Emma Agnes Dowager Lady Petre at 3 Mansfield Street Cavendish Square - - - Granville Edward Harcourt Vernon Esq MP - - - Captain Wilbraham Digby Milman RA died from an illness caused by over exertion in the Indian Campaign - - - The Rev. Joshua Frederick Denham MA FRSRector of St Mary le Strand at his residence 8 New Inn, Strand - - - The Hon. Richard Anthony O'Reilly in Jamaica - - - Henry Vyner Esq of Newby Hall yorkshire - - - Robert Burford at 35 Camdentown Villas'

' The Society of Femal Artists'

' Royal Institution Lectures includes Professor Tyndalls Lectures on Electricity'

' Chess'

 


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cover has an engraving of "A Barber's Shop ay Richmond, Virginia" by Eyre Crowe.

Inner pages

include articles such as: the Nottingham Spring races, latest news from abroad, colonial and foreign news, Music, Literature and Art, Court news and special articles. Also included are several engravings, the Imperial Parliament, weather, and classified ads.

The supplement

contains articles of Fine Arts, Scientific news, Obituaries of Eminent persons and more illustrations


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It features articles with prints from engravings including


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'Scene in The Mersey onThe Termination of The Late Gale, Vessels Outward Bound'

'Steam Yacht Built for His Late Highness El Hami Pacha, Son of The Late Viceroy of Egypt'

'New English Church at Chamouni'

'Paris Fashions for April'

'Bust of The Late Duchess of Kent, By MAry Thornycroft, Executed for Her Majesty in 1847'

'Mausoleum at Frogmore Intended For The Receoption of The Duchess of Kents Remains'

'Coffin of Her Lat Royal 'Highness The Duchess of Kent' The Duchess was the mother of Queen Victoria'

'Arms of Her Royal Highness The Late Duchess of Kent'

'Chess'

'Ball at Willis's Rooms Given By The St George's Volunteer Corps' Full page

'President Lincoln Delivering His Inaugural Address in Front of The Capitol at Washington' Wonderful full page

'Testimonial to Thomas Keen ESq'

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Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including:
'Progress of Consitutionalism in France'

'Foreign and Colonial News'

'Naval and Military Intelligence'

'Metropolitan News'

'The Court at Windsor Castle etc

'Obituary of Eminent Persons includes Lieutenant General Sir Lovell Benjamin Lovel KCB KH who died at Brighton - General Henry James Riddell KH - The Right Hon Thomas Atherton Powys, Lord Lilford died at Lilford Hall, Oundle

'Mr Cobden and The Commercial Treaty'

'Lord Palmerston and His New Office'

'The Present Position of The Russian Empire'

'the Royal Institution Lectures by Professor Tyndall, Professor Rogers, Professor Frankland'


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It features many prints from engravings and articles including



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price sixpence.

It features articles with prints from engravings including


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It features articles with prints from engravings including :-

Review of the Cambridge University Volunteers and the Inns of Court Corps at Cambridge by Colonel McMurdo in the presence of the Prince of Wales

Presentation of colours to the 39th Middlesex ( Finsbury ) volunteers at the Crystal Palace on Whit Monday ( there is, curiously, in this picture, a balloon in the sky with the letters MARS on it)

The improvements at Southend - 2 almost half page prints and an article. The prints entitled :-

Improvcements at Southend, Essex - Part of the new Suburb called Clifftown

Improvements at Southend : Part of Clifftown as seen from the beach

Visit of British excursionists to Paris : Excursionists leaving the Paris station of the Great Northern railway

Paris Fashions for June

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Also articles (no engravings unless previously mentioned ) including :-
The Growth of the United States from 1780 to 1860

The Civil war in America

Glimpses of the confederate states

Clifftown, Southend

The French Derby



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It features prints from engravings (often with descriptive articles) including :-

The sound of the shell by A munro

Reminiscence of the Rhine by R P Leitch in the exhibition of the society of British artists

New room at the National Gallery ( near full page)

The coronation of William the Conqueror by John Cross ( almost full )page

The Siezure of Charles the 1st at Holmby House drawn by John Gilbert ( full page)

Diocesan meeting of Parish Choirs at Salisbury Cathedral - ( full Page)

Looty, a little dog found in the summer palace near Pekin

New drinking fountain on Southsea Common - the gift of Major General Sir J Y Scarlett CB

Printing office ( the Victoria Press ) in Great Coram Street, for the employment of women as compositors

Meeting at Truro of the Bath and West of England Agricultural show

Royal Thames Yacht Club Match - The Thought winning the £100 plate

Relics of the past - The favourite chair of Sir Philip Sydney

Presentation of the colours of the Old Westminster Volunteers to the ' Queen's ' - Full page

Colonel Ellsworth's Volunteer regiment ( The New York Firemen Zouaves )

Reading the war news in Broadway, new York - from a sketch by our special artist and correspondent - the initials at the end of the article are FV - so I presume this to be Frank Vizetelly

New Flagstaff in Kew Gardens

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Also articles (no engravings unless previously mentioned ) including :-

India in Transition

'Foreign and Colonial News', 'France Spain Portugal Italy Prussia Austria Russia Turkey China New Zealand

The Civil war in America

Literature and Art - Horace Walpole

Herr Molique's concert

The forthcoming amateur performance of the Savage Club

Brief notes on - Dreadful Colliery accident at Claycross nr Chesterfield - Murders at Blakeney


The Census of England and Wales of 1861 The mausoleum at Halicarnassus mr C T Newton

Mr Pengelly on the Devonian age of the World

Professor Tyndall's Friday evening discourse - on the Physical basis of Solar Chemistry

Professor Max Muller on The science of Language

'Obituary of Eminent Persons including - Serjeant Cross - Count Cavour

'Wills and Bequests including - Richard Cornwallis, Baron Braybrooke - Joseph Tasker of Middleton Hall - Alexander Milne of St James's Place


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'Cockburn Street, Edinburgh: The New Communication Between the Old Town and The Railway Termini' (front page),

'M. Fechter in the Character of Hamlet at The Princess' Theatre',

'The Cavern Scene from The Miller and His Men at The Haymarket Theatre',

'The Palace of Industry at Amsterdam',

'The Palace Hotel, Buckingham Gate',

'The Hon. A. Dudley Mann, one of the Three Commissioners of the Confederate States of America to Europe',

'View of The Gardens and The Buddhist Temple in the Imperial City, Pekin',

'Spring - The Return of the Swallows by A. Hunt' full page),

'The New Victoria Railway Station at Pimlico' (full page),

'New Church in Tottenham Park, Wilts: View from the West end of The Nave',

'St Mungo's Well, Glasgow',

'Loading Cotton on The Alabama River:Cotton Shoot on The Alabama', 'Foot of The Shoot: Receiving The Cotton Bales on Board the Steamer',

'Market Boat on The Scheldt by Clarkson Stanfield RA'

'Soldiers Playing at Cards by L. Ruiperez' (full page),

'Old London Bridge by Claude de Jongh 1650'.

Also articles (no engravings unless listed above) including 'Foreign and Colonial News', 'Metropolitan News', 'Latest News from Abroad', 'Civil List Pensions', 'The Weather', 'Fine Arts', 'Out Door Amusements', 'Country News', ', 'The Court', 'National Sports', 'Naval and Military', 'Imperial Parliament',

'Obituary of Eminent Persons includes Sir James Anderson Bart - Sir Hedworth Williamson Bart at Whitburn Hall Durham - Miss Elizabeth Dalton of Thurnham Hall, Lancaster,

'Wills and Bequests including Dowager Lady Clifton of Bruton Street, Bond Street and Clifton Hall, Notts, - Colonel Sir William Henry Clerke Bart of Heath House Ludlow Shropshire, - Colonel Sir George Couper Bart of Lowndes Square Knightsbridge and Frogmore Windsor',

'Chess' adverts of the day .


Cup Presented by the Prince of Wales to the Cambridge University Rifle Corps

The Agricultural Hall, Islington

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cover shows the fight at Ball's Bluff, upper Potomac.




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