The Illustrated London News (Single Complete Issue: Vol. XXIII No. 635, July 30, 1853) With Lead ... The Illustrated London News (Single Complete Issue: Vol. XXIII No. 635, July 30, 1853) With Lead ...

The Illustrated London News (Single Complete Issue: Vol. XXIII No. 635, July 30, 1853) With Lead Article "The Past and Future Government of India"

Herbert Ingram (Publisher), Charles Mackay (Editor), William Little (Printer), and The Illustrated London News

Published by Herbert Ingram, London, England, 1853
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Title: The Illustrated London News (Single Complete...

Publisher: Herbert Ingram, London, England

Publication Date: 1853

Binding: Disbound

Book Condition: Very Good

Edition: First Edition

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Overview and condition: complete issue containing pages 53-68; previously disbound from bound volume; pages lightly age-toned; periodic light age and dust spots. Rich with spendid engravings throughout for most feature articles and news items, and detailed reportage of current events, history, politics, law and crime, economics, trade, architecture, personalities, art, theatre, and music, highlights include: lead article The Past and Future Government of India; Constantinople - Bouyouk-Dere; Foreign and Colonial News - including The Turkish Question; Provincial Intelligence; The Court; The Great London Summer Poultry Show (with full-page engraving); Opening of the New Blue-Coat School, at Nottingham; Tonbridge School - Tercentenary Commemoration; Imperial Parliament - including The Cabmen's Strike; The Floods at Brecon, South Wales; Russia and Turkey - Random Notes and Sketches Made on the Way to Constantinople, July 1853 (Third Letter); Epitome of News - Foreign and Domestic; London Without Cabs (with two notable engravings: "The Man Who Thinks the Strike a Joke" and "The Man Who Thinks the Strike No Joke"); Chess; Paris Fashions for August; Grand Concert at Stafford-House; short Testimonial to M. Jullien; Launch of the "Cressy"; short Memorial of the Dardanelles; short Brighton Regatta; National Sports; Music; The Theatres; Metropolitan News; Monetary Transactions of the Week; The Markets; The London Gazette; The Goodwood Race Plate; Orphanage and Asylum for Idiot Children, at Baldovan, Near Dundee. Bookseller Inventory # 006929

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