' The Pyrenees - The Duke de Montpensier Crossing the Mountains ' front page
' Geneva Switzerland - A view of the Lake from the Hotel des Bergues '
' The Kaffir War in South Africa -:
' Plan of a Kaffir Camp '
' Damo - The Kaffir Doctor and Rain Maker '
' A Kaffir Messenger - The Man Chosen by Sir Harry Smith to Convey Letters in a Cleft Stick '
' Agricultural - A Ploughing Scene ' near half page "Drawn by Duncan" and engraved by Linton
' The Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew - A Large Cactus, Visnager, Sent from San Luis Potosi in Mexico by F. Staines Esq '
' The Minister at Madrid - Mister Henry Lytton Earle Bulwer '
The Royal Marriage at Madrid Spain -:
' The Puerta de Alcalá - The Arrival of the Procession '
' The Paseo del Prado ' near half page people and horses and riders lined up, the obelisk or obelisco in the distance
' The Puerta Del Sol ' Keenlyside ©
' Palacio Real de Madrid - The Inner Courtyard '
Illustration for Gold or the Half Brothers - a continueing story
South Foreland Lighthouse on the White Cliffs of Dover in Kent:
' The New Dioptric Lighthouse - The Lamp etc '
' The Upper South Foreland Lighthouse - Exterior '
' The South Foreland with the Upper and Lower Lights ' a view from the sea with a ship in rough seas inthe foreground
' Scene From "The Maid of Aertois" at Drury Lane Theatre - Madame Anna Bishop and Mr Harrison '
' A Silver Inkstand Presented to the Rev Mr B. C. Sangar of St Lukes, Old Street, London '
' William Bond Esq - The Westminster police Magistrate '
' The 3rd Regiment of the Buffs Marching Through the City of London - A Drove of Bullocks from Smithfield Stampede through the Parade Killing a Young Girl Sarah Kelly '
' Leslie's New Patent Ethereal Gas Burner '
' Chess Problem by F. Von Goltz '
The King of the French - Sonnet
the Church and Universities
Parisiana - from Our Correspondent with menttion o M. Mole - Alexandre Dumas - Theophile Gautier, Macquet - etc
The United States of America and Mexico
New Zealand with mention of Major Richmond - Porirua - Rangihaeata - E'Puni - Pipitea Pah - TheValley of Hutt - Mr Boulcott - Lieutenant Page - Lance Corporal James Dockrell - M. Miel - Privates William Allen, Robert Brett, Thomas Bolt, J. M'Fadden, T. Sonham - Lance Sgt. E. Ingram - Thomas Hoseman - Major Last - Private Patrick Bevan - T. Reive - Thomas Tayler - John Ward - Mr and Mrs M'Hardie - etc
The Will of the Late Bishop of Bath and Wells the Right Rev. George Henry Law
National Sports - Racing at Newmarket
The Last Meeting of The Year - The Cesarewitch, Wit's End - A Poem
Naval And Military Intelligence
The Riots in Switzerland - an account from an Illustrated London News Correspondent - Plus accounts published in Galignani's Messenger at the hotel des Bergues, from Major Charles Randall - James Watson - Lieutenant Colonel Horatio N. Vigors - V. F. Vyoyan - V. D.Vyoyan
The Illustrated London News Editorial -:
The New Barracks at the Tower of London
Opening of Unviersity College
TheArtisian Wells in Trafalgar Square - City Improvements - Baths and Wash-houses in St George's East - Reduction in the Price of Bread
High Prices of Provisions in the Metropolis
Births and Deaths in the Metropolis
Law Intelligence - Bankruptcy of Messrs Charles And Alfred Knight, Stationers in Budge Row - - - Bankruptcy of Donald M'Lean MP
The Will of the Late Sir George Murray - with mention of Sir William George - Hylton Joliffe - George William Hope of Curzon St - William Smyth of Edinburgh - Lieutenant Henry George Boyce - Hon. Sir Patrick Murray - Info. British army officer, Scottish soldier and politician - He left most of his estate to his daughter Louisa wife of Lt. Boyce
The Great Britain Steamer - approx 90 words
Accidents and Offences includes:
Death From Rat Poison - Charles Tatham of 52 Stanhope St
Another Detection of Robbery by the Electric Telegraph
Sudden Death of Mr John Vinall Master Bricklayer of Chatham Dockyard aged 85
Incendiary Explosion at the Castle Mills, Sheffield, a Diabolical Attempt at the Destruction of Property
Lamentable Gun Accident, Mr Joseph Barnard a Farmer at Great Burstead Essex
Dreadful Explosion and Loss of Life Near ewcastle upon Tyne, the Ironwork of Messrs Lock, Wilson and Bell at Walker
Sudden Death While at Dinner, Archibald Richardson aged 79 a Wine Dealer of Woodland Cottage, Old Ford
Fatal Filial Affection, Inquest at the Six Bells, Queen St, Hammersmith on Eliza Rogers
Fire and Loss of Life at 81 Kent St. St George's,Southwark the premises of Mr John Sharpe Printer and Bookseller, his daughter Ellen Sharpe age 19
Death of Mr Gillonof Wallhouse - short announcement
Sentence of the Court Martial on Private Matthewson at Hounslow Barracks
Gossip of the Week
Small Items of News include: Loss of the Brig " Clifton " of Newcastle, Mr Robert Moorhead its master - - - Colliery Explosion near Wakefield, HaighMoor Pit at Stanley Lane End
Gold; or the Half Brothers - by Camilla Toulmin - continuing story
The Spanish Marriage at Madrid
Country News includes:
The Cobden Fund SleekburnC.
Opening of the Great North of England, Clarence, and Hartlepool Junction - with mention of Mr George hudson
Cotton Mill Destroyed by Fire at Staleybridge with mention of Messrs W. BAyley and Brothers
Cruelty to an Insane Pauper, John Webb an old Imbecile Inmate of the Risborough Union Workhouse - Inquest at Havenhill, Suffolk
The Theatres with mention of: - Lyceum - Haymarket Adelphi - Drury Lane - Sadlers Wells - The Surrey - Mr Frank Mathews - Mrs Woolledge - Mr Emery - Mr planche - Mlle Flora Fabbri - etc
Magazine Column includes:
Edible Birds Nests, a delicacy in china
King John Signing Magna Charta
Sir Henry Tottinger
Sir C. Hawkins
Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased include:
Lady Anne Hamilton daughter of the Duke of Hamilton, former ladyin-waiting to Princess Caroline, who died at her house in White Lion Street, Pentonville
Sir Henry Rycroft, Knight Harbinger to the Queen, son of Rev. Sir Richard Nelson who assumed the name of Rycroft in 1778
Joshua William, Viscount Allen died at Gibraltar
F. Valentine Lee Esq Member of the Oxford Circuit and Called to the bar by the hon. Society of Lincoln's Inn 1829, died while out shooting in the neighbourhood of Tenbury in Worcestershire
The New South Foreland Lighthouse
The Late William Bond Esq Called to the bar by the Hon. Society of the Inner Temple 1824, died at his chambers in Fig Tree Court, Temple
The Excited State of the Country
Murder and Attempt to Murder in Tipperary
Hostilities Between Mr John O'Connell MP and Mr John Shea Lawlor
Attempt to Destroy Lord Rosse's Telescope with mention of Mayor William Payton - W. W. Algoe - Mr James Hardin
More Accidents on the Eastern Counties Railway
A Policeman Dangerousley Stabbed, Benjamin Wood a City Police Constable 526
Atrocious Cruelty at Tonbridge, Kent by Henry Jenkins a Carman, by beating his horse
The Markets - Prices of Corn - Linseed - Tea - Sugar - Tallow etc. - by Robert Herbert
Monetary Transactions of the Week
Match at Chess Between Mm. Horwitz and Harrwitz at the London Chess Club