' Queen Victoria en Route to Cambridge - The Entourage Speeding Past Queen Eleanors Cross at Waltham ' front page engraving - crowds standing around the cross watching the coach etc
' Clontarf near Dublin Ireland - View of Conquer Hill '
' City of London Elections - The Nomination '
' The Polling' at The City of London Election '
' Off Margate - Wreck of the Ship Burhampooter '
' Conveying the Emigrants fromThe Wreck of the Burhampooter '
' The First Free Church at Glasgow '
Queen Victoria's Visit to Cambridge: SleekburnC.
' The Senate House at Cambridge '
' The Great Quadrangle at Trinity College Cambridge '
' The Grand Triumphal Arch at Cambridge '
' The Queens Chair - - Prince Alberts Chair - - The Faldstool '
' The New State Bed at Cambridge '
' The New Bridge, St John's College '
' Interior of The New Bridge, St John's '
' Portrait of Professor Whewell in The Golgotha St Mary's - A Native of Newcastle '
' The Great Northumberland Telescope ' given by the Duke of northumberland
' Curious Horn at Ripon '
' Electric Eels at The Adelaide Gallery in the Strand '
' The Duke of Cambridge's Palace at Rumpenheim ' - info. Offenbach Rumpenheimer Schloss Germany
' At Drury Lane Theatre - Scene From The Opera of "The Favourite" ...'
Sale of The Remains of Mogol Sultan Akbers Palace at The East India Docks
' Tomb of Akber '
' Terra Cotta Windows and Inlaid MArbles '
Foreign Intelligence includes:
Spain with mention of M. Olozaga 0 M. Guizot - M. Isturitz - M. de Onis - Catalonia - Barcelona - TheBasque Provinces
France with mention of Th eChinese Expedition - M. Olozaga - Rue St Honore - James Wells - Captain Gaire - etc
Yellow Fever at Cuba
the Overland Mail - News from India And China
Ireland - The Information and Charge of Perjury with mention of Mr Barrett Proprietor of the Pilot Newspaper - Mr John O'ConnellMP - Mr T. M. Ray - Dr Gray - Mr Hitchcock
Scotland with mention of The Free Church General Assembly - - - Th eRiots in Ross-shire and the Activity of Mr Finlayson
Surrey Sessions includes:
Before Mr T. Puckle -Thomas Lloyd aged 67 for Stealing at Etwell a Cloth Coat etc from Mr Henry Batson - info. quite a funny acccount
Peter hutchinson aged 21 and Joyhn Jones aged17 for stealing seven silvertable spoon from Mr George Crutchly of Rose Villa, Camberwell
Mary Davis aged 37 for stealing at St George theMartyr Southwark, a piece of Silk from Messrs Onley the Silkmercers
Central Criminal Court:
James Alexander Simmons for Unlawfully Obtaining the Property of T. C. Bell
Case of Barnard Gregory on a Charge of Libel
New Court - Elizabeth Allyne alias Talbot, alias Coxfor Stealing an inkstand from Miss M. Pashaw
A Body Stealing Case against Isaac Bridgman and George White Bridgman of the Body of Thomas Ghorst Tawney in Walworth
Highway Robbery Before Mr Justice Wightman - WilliamHermitage for Assaulting Thomas Burton at Kensington
Thomas Adolphus Talbot alias the hon. Thomas Adolphus Talbot alias Thomas Ettie the Property of Owenhenry passage of Kensington
A Case of Romance of Real Life - Prince Christophe the Brother of the Late King of Haiti
John Young a "Regular out and outer"
Suicide of a Female in Hyde Park
' Accidents and Offences includes:
Gipsy named Mary Grays, an awful dispensation of Providence at Offham
' Destructive Fire at the premises of Mr Friar the grocer and Cheesemonger of 2 Borough Market
Murder of an Infant by Its Father at Tooley Street Southwark - Edward Dwyer a Hawker of Paper
The Court and Haut Ton - Royal Comings and Goings
The Illustrated London News Editorial
Alarming Illness of MR W. Farren the Comedian
Unhealthfulness of Parts of the Metropolis - the neighbourhood of Temple Bar and its Western Courts and Alleys, Typhus etc
Disgraceful Proceedings in a Churchyard in Portugal - the Body of Mr Jacob Burns where the gravediggers attempted to force the coffin into a hole (for it could not be called a grave)
High Tide in the Thames Keenlyside ©
Country News includes:
Beware of Pickpockets at Brighton
Alarming Fire at Shooters hill inthe rick yard of Kidbrook Farm the property of Mr Coatsworth near Morden College
Robberies at Kingston, Surrey, Messrs Charles Frederick and Morris Ashby the Brewers
Newcastle Meeting of the Colliers at Black Fell - small with ref. to T. S Duncombe and Mr Feargus O'Conner - apprx 50 wds
Savage Attempt to Murder of a wife, and suicide at Preston, near Buryfold Print Works, a wretched suicide of William Isherwood, a lunatic who lived in the cottage of Mr Eccles Shorrock
Reading and Opening of the Great Public hall, the first stone Laid by Miss Mitford the Authoress and Opened by her
Stafford and Sudden Death of the Coroner Robert Fowke
Tamworth and the Tamworth Farmers Club Dinner, Presided over by Sir Robert Peel
The State of South Wales with mention of a Farm Called Tyrymynydd near Llandilo of Mr Henry Thomas set on fire
The Rebeccaites - TheSpecial Commission in Wales
Fashions - Rue Chaussee d'Antin, Paris
Dreadful Loss of Life, and Coasting Vessels-: with mention of Captain Mann of the Sovereign Steamer off The Nore all Drowned - - - At Hartlepool - - - At Sherringham Norfolk The Emily fo Goole - - - Brig Ganges of Sunderland , Captain Owen - - - Reive - -- The Brig Blucher of Gloucester - - - TheBarbara, Captain Roberts, of Newcastle - etc
Electric Eels at theAdelaide Gallery in the Strand
England and France or The Sisters - A romance of Real Life by henry Cockton - continuing story
The Markets with prices of Food etc incl. Wheat - Bread - Tea - Tallow - Potatoes - Coals, Adairs, Hebburn Main, Clarke and Co, Gosforth, Hilda, Killingworth, Lambton, Caradoc, Stewarts, Adelaide - Meat at Smithfield
Commerce and Money
the London Gazette - War Office Appointments - - Bankruptcies
Births Marriages and Deaths
The Late Sir Charles Bell
Naval and Military Intelligence