Title: The Illustrated London News (May 5, 1860, ...
Publisher: George C. Leighton, Publisher
Publication Date: 1860
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fine
Edition: 1st Edition
A complete issue containing pages 417-440, previously disbound from bound copy. Highlights of articles, news items, and engravings contained within include: lead article Reactionary Symptoms; Annecy, Savoy (with front-page engraving of the town and lake); General Lamoriciere (newly-appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Papal Army, with engraving); The Recent Fire in Red-Cross Street (with engraving); Signor Campana's New Opera, "Almina" (with engraving of scene at Her Majesty's Theatre); Sword-Bayonet Exercise as Practised by the British Infantry (with sixteen engraved sketches to one page); R. John Orrell Lever, M.P. (with engraving); Modane, Savoy (with engraving of Halt of French Troops on Their Way to Chambery); Launch of the Ocean Mail Company's Steam-Ship "Connaught" (with full-page engraving); full-page musical score "The Volunteers of England: A Patriotic Song and Chorus (Words by Rosalind, Music by Henry Russell); New Roman Catholic Cathedral, Limerick (with engraving); full-page engraving "Ill May Day" from a painting by John Leighton; full-page engraving "Sprites' Hall" from a painting by Samuel Read; Victoria Bridge (with full-page engraving The Victoria Railway Bridge in Course of Construction Over the Thames at Pimlico). Bookseller Inventory # 007725
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