The Illustrated London News was a magazine founded by Herbert Ingram and Mark Lemon, the Editor of Punch,
with the first edition of the Illustrated London News appearing on 14 May 1842.
This listing is for: 8 pages (16 sides) from a weekly issue of:
The Illustrated London News
……………………. DATED 1845 ……………………
This first part of the description features a list of Images i.e. engravings, sketches, drawings etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include:
'The Illumination of Antwerp, At Her Majestys Return Saturday last' Front page (tear to front page very slightly affecting illustration, repairable)
'Medal in Commemoration of Her Majestys Visit to Germany'
'Palace of Molsdorf from Prince Alberts Drawings' (some light dirty marks affecting this illustration - ask to see it if it is important)
'Palace of Tenneburg from Prince Alberts Drawing'
Summer Palace at Wurtemburg From Prince Alberts Drawing'
'Coburg from Prince Alberts Drawing' SleekburnC.
Triumphal Arch Constructred by The Railway Company at Gotha'
'The Deer shooting at Gotha: Deer Breaking Through The Chasseurs and Keepers' - near half page
'Grand Musical Festival at Gotha' - near half page
'Procession of The Peasantry Before The queen at Gotha' - more than half page with text wrapped around the illustration, (small tear to bottom border, repaired)
'Napoleons Bedchamber in The Palace at Wurzburg'
'The Grand Staircase in The Palace at Wurzburg' - half page SleekburnC.
'The City of Winchester' -near half page - 'The Hospital at St Cross' - - 'The Hundred Mennes Hall, St Cross'
Southwark Election 'Mr Pilcher' - - 'Sir William Molesworth Bart MP' - - 'Mr Miall'
'Astleys, Scene in the Circle' ( Madame Klatt on what could be a Lipizzaner)
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:
Naval and Military Intelligence'
'Metropolitan News ' SleekburnC.
Ireland : The Disturbed stae of Cavan, The Experimental Squadron, The Magisterial dismissals
'Fire in Clerkenwell Mrs Fowler's workshops
'The Murder of Eliza Grimwood'
West India Pine Apples
'Imperial parliament' SleekburnC.
Accidents and Offences'
'Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased includes Captain Robert Maunsell of Thorpe Malsor in Northamptonshire - - The Very Reverend John Thomas Burgh of Oldtown Kildare, The Dean of Cloyne '
'Otello, A Tale of the Opera'
Provenance: The Illustrated London News; Published 198 Strand, in the Parish of St Clement Danes,in the County of Middlesex by William Little, 1863.