'The Criminal Law in India A Scene in a Magistrate's Cutchery or Court in Oude ' front page engraving from a sketch by Mr B. D. Grant of 35th Regiment, Bengal Native Infantry
The Submarine Electric Telegraph Cable From England to Belgium -:
' The Ship " William Hutt ", Commanded by Mr Palmer of Gateshead, Paying out the Cable in Rough Seas ' engraving showing the ship and two escort vessels in heavy seas
' The Cave at St Margaret's at South Foreland ' showing preparations at the point where the cable was to be payed out to the cable ship from the telegraph instruments in the cave small wood engraving showing cliffs and a small flotilla of boats etc
' The Cable Break on Board The William Hutt '
' The Hold of the William Hutt Men Working on the Coiled Cable manouvering it through a hold etc
' At Middlekerke in Belgium - Landing the End of the Cable ' engraving shoing a boat headin to the shore with the cable in tow, crowds of people line the shore to watch proceedings, village in the background with church and windmill etc
' Sunderland The Belgian, And English and Irish Electric Telegraph Cables in the Manufactory of Messrs Newell and Co. ' men working on huge coils of cable, sheds and other building in background, view off to the sea in the distance
' HM Screw Steamer Teazer Attacking Medina on the Sierrra Leone River '
' The Chief of Medina - Keleh Moodah 'Keenlyside ©.
' Centre of the Town of Medina ' thatched huts and a few villagers
Engravings from sketches drawn by Mr H. J. Brownrigg Deputy Assistant Commissary General
'At the Borough Road School Room, Southwark in London - Annual Meeting of the British and Foreign School Society Lord John Russell in the Chair ' near half page engraving showing the children, visitors in the audience etc
' Worcester A View of the City from the Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton Railway ' a view from a hill above the city showing fields in the foreground, water tower for the railway in the distance, and the city and cathedral in the background and the Malvern Hills in outline in the distance from a drawing by S. Read
' Manchester The New Warehouse of Messrs Brown and Son Co. '
' The Late Ludwig Tieck '
'Wigan in Lancashire - Remains of a House After an Explosion of Gunpowder ' small engraving
'At Brookfield, Highgate Rise The New Church of St Anne '
' Warwick Square, Pimlico The New Church of St Gabriel '
' Mr J. G. Phillimore QC and MP for Leominster ' engraving from a daguerreotype by Beard
' Presentation of the Shakspeare Testimonial to Louis Kossuth A Constructed Model of Shakspeare's House at Stratford on Avon ' engraving showing the model
British Rule in India with mention of The East India Company Mr Saville Marryett Sir Thomas Munro
the Criminal Law in India
Foreign and Colonial News:
Germany Switzerland Spain
India, China, and the Cape
The Court Royal Comings and Goings
Attempt at Extortion on the Chancellor of the Exchequer with mention of Mr Gladstone - William Wilson of 24 Belvidere Rd, Lambeth A lady in Panton Street, Haymarket
Great Chess Meeting at Manchester with mention of Mr Staunton Sir John Blunden Mr Cronhelm Messrs Lowenthal and Horwitz Mr C. A> Duval Sir George Stephen T. Reive - Hans Hasche Mr LAmport Mr Gardiner Mr Marc Mr Morton Sparke - etc
Laying of the Telegraph Cable from England to Belgium with mention of Captain J. Washington RN Messrs Wollaston and Crampton engineers Mr S. Statham of the Gutta Percha Company Messrs Newall and Co. of Gateshead and Sunderland Captain SMithett of HMP Vivid Commander Ricketts of HMS Lizard Mr Palmer of Gateshead Messrs Newall, C. Liddell and L. Gordon Contractors Lord de Mauley Sir James Carmichael Mr J. W. Brett and Mr J. Brett Dr O'Shaughnessy of the East India Company Mr T. W. Kennard M. Vinchent - M. Masui- Mr Reid etc
Illustrated London News Editorial
Metropolitan News includes:
Results of Meteorological Observations by James Glaisher
The Health of London deaths from various diseases, Smallpox, scarlatina, hooping cough (whooping), typhus, dropsy, measles, cancer, apoplexy - etc
Society for Improving the condition of the Labouring Classes with mention of Mr Henry Roberts FSA
The Temporary Stock Exchange
Obituary of Eminent Persons includes:
Susan Machiness of Dalhousie died on her passage home from India on board the Monarch off Lands End
Sir Godfrey Webster died at Battle Abbey Sussex
General Sir Thomas Gage Montresor died at Dover
Lieutenant General Sir Robert Arbuthnot died at his Son in Law's House, the Rev. R. H. Fielden, Bonchurch, Isle of Wight
The Late Duke of Wellingtons Will
British And foreign School Society with mention of Lord Russell Mrs H. B. Stowe Rev. T. Binney Mister Dunn Bishop of Manchester Viscount Ebrington M. Miel Rev. F. Close of Cheltenham Rev. Dr Duff Rev. F. Jobson Rev. W. Westaby Rev. Dr Hoby Duke of Bedford Sir J. Kaye Shuttleworth
Opening of the Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton Railway
Naval and Military Intelligence
The London Gazette War Office Appointments etc
Births Marriages and Deaths
Monetary Transactions of the Week
The Markets with prices of Wheat Seeds Bread Tea sugar Provisions, Butter etc Tallow Coal from: Carr's Hartley, Holywell, Tanfield Moor, Townley, Harton, Eden Main, Hetton, Haswell, Lambton, Cassop, Kelloe, Tees Meat at Smithfield Newgate and LEadenhall