Overview and condition: complete issue comprising pages 207-222; disbound from bound volume, no loose pages; periodic soil to front cover. Contents include: lead article "The Revolutionary Movement" ("The Great Revolution of February, 1848, in Paris, has spread like an electric shock, and shaken the whole of Europe"); New Five-Franc Piece; Foreign and Colonial News; Calendar for the Week; Court and Haut Ton ("Her Majesty's convalescence is so far re-established, that no more bulletins are issued. The Royal infant, too, is going on well"); Arrival of the Prince of Prussia; Metropolitan News; Latest Foreign News; Church, Universities, &c.; Country News; Law Intelligence; The Weather; Naval and Military Intelligence; Obituary of Eminent Persons Recently Deceased; Paris Fashions for April; Ode by Beranger on the Revolution of February; Imperial Parliament (House of Lords, House of Commons); The Income Tax; The Government Railway Board; National Sports; Chess; Chess in Germany; Music - Philharmonic Society, The Musical Union, Sacred Harmonic Society; The Theatres; New Telegraphic Light-House; Lord Hardinge's Return to Penshurst; Ireland; Monetary Transactions of the Week; The Markets; The London Gazette; The Chinese Junk 'Keying'; Publications; Launch of the 'Vladimere' Russian Wood Steam Frigate. Engravings include: The Great Barricade in the Breiten-Strasse, Berlin; New Five-Franc Piece; Interior of a Paris Club; The Salon de Diane, in the Tuleries, Converted Into an Hospital for the Wounded; Newsvender on the Boulevards; 'La Voix des Femmes'; Manifestation Round the 'Tree of Liberty' in the Champ de Mars - M. Ledru-Rollin Addressing the People; Conflict Before the Royal Palace, at Berlin; The Dead Carried Before the King and Queen; The King of Prussia in the Streets of Berlin on the 21st; Solemnities Over the Dead Before the Neuen Kirche, Berlin; M. Roger; M. Roger Singing 'Mourir Pour la Patrie'; Mr. Ira Aldridge, as Zanga, in 'The Revenge'; New Telegraphic Light-House; Lord Hardinge's Return to Penshurst (Penshurst, With the Procession to South Park; The Arch at Penshurst; Arch at the Entrance to South Park; South Park, The Seat of Viscount Hardinge; Chapel-of-Ease to be Erected at Fordcomb-Green; The Chinese Junk 'Keying'; Launch of the Russian War-Steamer 'Vladimere,' at Blackwall. Bookseller Inventory # 005967
Title: The Illustrated London News (Single Complete...
Publisher: William Little
Publication Date: 1848
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: 1st Edition
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