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Illustrated London News

Published by Illustrated London News, London (1854)

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Item Description: Illustrated London News, London, 1854. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. Artist Unattributed (illustrator). 1st. 3/4 page engraving with text, showing the Renaissance Court at the Paris exhibition Size: 10.5" x 15.5". Bookseller Inventory # 064237

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Illustrated London News

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Item Description: Illustrated London News & Sketch, Ltd, London, 1854. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. Artist Unattributed (illustrator). 1/2 page engraving shoing the interior of the market Size: 11'' x 8". Bookseller Inventory # 013487

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Item Description: Illustrated London News & Sketch, Ltd, London, 1854. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. Artist Unattributed (illustrator). 3/4 page w/story and a 1/2 page engraving showing the ceremonies attendant to the opening of the new Central Somerset Railway. Size: 11'' x 16''. Bookseller Inventory # 013489

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Item Description: Illustrated London News & Sketch, Ltd, London, 1854. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. Artist Unattributed (illustrator). 2/3 page w/story and engraved portrait of Heinrich Hermann Josef Freiherr von Heß (also: von Hess) Size: 11'' x 16''. Bookseller Inventory # 013490

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Item Description: Illustrated London News & Sketch, Ltd, London, 1854. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. Artist Unattributed (illustrator). 21/2 engraving of the match in progress along with a short story Size: 11'' x 16''. Bookseller Inventory # 013491

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Item Description: Illustrated London News & Sketch, Ltd, London, 1854. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. Artist Unattributed (illustrator). full page engracing showing the cattle being lead on board transports on the harbor at Trinste.one page, suitable for framing Size: 11'' x 16''. Bookseller Inventory # 013492

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Illustrated London News

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Item Description: Illustrated London News, London, 1854. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. Artist Unattributed (illustrator). double page aerial view of the horrendous fire that engulfed the cities of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne and Gateshead, a tragic and spectacular series of events starting on Friday 6 October 1854, in which a substantial amount of property in the two North East of England towns was destroyed in a series of fires and an explosion which killed 53 and injured hundreds. reinforced at fold with archival tape; lite shadow at fold, small loss of image at lower left corner tip.double page, lovely, and suitable for framing Size: 22'' x 16''. Bookseller Inventory # 025267

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Published by City of London Freemen's School,Surrey. (2004)

ISBN 10: 0954752309 ISBN 13: 9780954752309

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Item Description: City of London Freemen's School,Surrey., 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Bound in grey cloth with gilt titles to spine and front.A very good clean tight copy in lightly edge rubbed wrapper.Includes list of members for dinner in 2004.147pp.(bk51). Bookseller Inventory # ABE-1487343834557

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The Illustrated London News (Single Complete Issue: Herbert Ingram (Publisher),

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Published by Herbert Ingram, London, England (1854)

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Item Description: Herbert Ingram, London, England, 1854. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fair. First Edition. Overview and condition: complete issue containing pages 525-548 including Supplement; previously disbound from bound volume; pages age-browned; chipping along right edges of several pages affecting the end-words of text to pages 527-528 (otherwise to blank margins only); double-page fold-out engraving detached but present; several pages loose but present. Rich with spendid engravings throughout for most feature articles and primary news items, lengthy regular columns, all containing detailed reportage of London, local, domestic, colonial, and foreign news and events, history, politics, law and crime, economics, trade, architecture, personalities, art, theatre, and music. Highlights of this issue include: lead article The Duties of the Allies to Themselves and to Europe; The Cannon Revolver (with front cover engraving); The Battle of Inkerman - From our Special Correspondent; General Canrobert's Account of the Battle; Prince Menschikoff's Account of the Battle; Captain Lewis Edward Nolan, Late of the 15th Hussars (with engraving); Charge of the Chasseurs D'Afrique (with engraving); The Battle of Inkerman - Official Despatches, Lord Raglan's Despatch (with two engravings "The Allied Troops Preparing to Silence Inkerman" and "Vale Leading to Inkerman"); lengthy editorial commentary "The Battle of Inkerman"; Latest Intelligence; The Charge of the Scots Greys (with full-page engraving "The Action at Balaclava - Charge of the Scots Greys, October 25"); full-page engraving "Sortie of the Russians From Sebastopol, October 26"; Naval Attack on the Russian Fort of Petropaulovski (with engraving); Incidents at the Battle of Inkerman (topics include The Night Before the Battle; Our Pickets Fall Back; Hand-to-Hand Fighting - British Pluck; How Bravely the Guards Fought); Inauguration of the Statue of Charles XIV, at Stockholm (with engraving); short Statue of the Poet Wordsworth (with engraving); Restoration of St. Nicholas Church, Islip, Northamptonshire (with small engraving); Denshanger New Church (with small engraving); Ball at the Guildhall, in Aid of the Patriotic Fund (with engraving); General Canrobert (with portrait engraving); Lieut-General Sir John Fox Burgoyne, G.C.B. (with portrait engraving); engraving "Sortie of the Russians from Sebastopol"; Eupatoria - From a Correspondent (with five engravings); Despatches From Lord Raglan; Obituary of Officers in the Crimea; The Attack of the Scots Greys (with double-page fold-out engraving "The Battle of Balaclava - Attack of the Scots Greys"). Bookseller Inventory # 007463

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Published by Alauda Books, Petersfield Hampshire (2007)

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Item Description: Alauda Books, Petersfield Hampshire, 2007. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Signed by Author on Half Title. Large octavo iv 276pp. Black and white illustrations plus family trees of the Dunlop, McClintock and Foster families. Grey pictorial covers. Bookseller Inventory # 000363

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Tutton, Michael

Published by Railway & Canal Historical Society, Mold (1999)

ISBN 10: 0901461202 ISBN 13: 9780901461209

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Item Description: Railway & Canal Historical Society, Mold, 1999. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. First Edition. 48pp, index, 3 appendices, 29 illustrations, timetables, plans and black and white photographs. Softback, light wear only, a VG copy. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 020573

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Illustrated London News

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Item Description: Illustrated London News & Sketch, Ltd, London, 1854. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. B/W Sketches, Etc (illustrator). double page spread w/story and 4 engravings, including Derbyshire; Buxton, Don Hall, Crystallised Cavern in the Blue John Mine; Pevrril Castle and Entrance to the Peak Cavern.2 pages Size: 22'' x 16''. Bookseller Inventory # 013485

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Item Description: Robert Carter & Brothers, 1855. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. This hardcover book is square and tight. The boards and spine have only mild shelf-wear with bright gilt. There is a chip in the upper spine partially affected "Lectures". The pages and endpages are clean, with no markings or folds. Any toning is mild and the type is easily legible. Not ex-lib. No remainder mark. Bookseller Inventory # 001817

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Il;lustrated London News

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Item Description: Illustrated London News, London, 1854. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. Artist Unattributed (illustrator). 1st. 2+ pages w/story & full page engraving & two smaller scenes f the explosion and fire on October 6th, 1854 (Only st page shown in image) Size: 10.5" x 15.5". Bookseller Inventory # 014228

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Item Description: Illustrated London News, London, 1854. Unbound. Book Condition: Very Good. Artist Unattributed (illustrator). 1st. full page+ with story and two engravings captioned: 1. The Grand Military Trophy at the Crystal Palace, and 2. Fete at the Crystal Palace, On Saturday last. Size: 10.5' x 11.5". Bookseller Inventory # 025673

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The Illustrated London News (Single Complete Issue: Herbert Ingram (Publisher),

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Item Description: Herbert Ingram, London, England, 1854. Soft cover. Book Condition: Good. First Edition. Overview and condition: complete issue containing pages 549-572 including Supplement; previously disbound from bound volume; pages lightly age-browned; light waterstain along upper narrow edges of Supplement and fold-out engraving, which is detached but present. Rich with spendid engravings throughout for most feature articles and primary news items, lengthy regular columns, all containing detailed reportage of London, local, domestic, colonial, and foreign news and events, history, politics, law and crime, economics, trade, architecture, personalities, art, theatre, and music. Highlights of this issue include: lead article The Meeting of Parliament; Loss of Egyptian Vessels of War in the Black Sea (with front cover engraving); The Siege of Sebastopol (topics include The Storm of the 14th November; French Reinforcements; The War on the Danube; The Baltic Fleet; Austria and Prussia; The Czar and the Four Points); Matacong, West Coast of Africa (with engraving of "The Pier, Warehouses, Etc."); short Buffalo Shooting in Assam (with drawing of the "Skull and Horns of a Wild Buffalo, Shot in Central Assam"); short Fort Fillmore (with engraving); Price's Patent Candle Company, Bromborough Pool Works (with two engravings); Repulse of the Russians by the 2nd Division (with three engravings: "The Battle of Inkerman - Repulse of the Russians"; "Zouaves"; and "French Infantry of the Line"); short "The 'Retribution' and the 'Trafalgar' at Sebastopol (with full-page engraving); Anniversary of the Polish Insurrection; poem "Looking Death in the Face" (Sebastopol, periodic scuffing affecting several words); Opening of Sir B. Hall's New Welsh Church, at Abercarn, in the Parish of Mynyddyslwyn (with engraving of the New Church, and engraving of a Welsh Peasant-Woman); The Front in Which Edward the Confessor Was Baptised (with engraving); short The "Vittorio Emanuele" (with engraving); Paris Fashions for December (with engraving); short Adelphi Theatre - The Slow Man (with engraving "Scene From the New Farce of 'The Slow Man,' at the Adelphi Theatre"); The London Gazette Office, St. Martin's-Lane (with engraving); J. G. Lockhart, Esq. (with drawing); The Late Viscount Chewton (with portrait engraving); lengthy The Late Professor Edward Forbes, F.R.S. (with portrait engraving); French Troops Landing at Cape Chersonese (with engraving); A Street in Balaclava (with engraving); [The Late] Wyndham Goold, Esq., M.P. for the County of Limerick (with portrait engraving); double-page fold-out "Panoramic View of the Coast of the Crimea, From Eupatoria to the Alma - Sketched by Lieut. Montagu O'Reilly, H.M.S. "Retribution" (with four narrow engravings); The Battle-Eve in the Russian Camp; The Past and Future of the Siege; Obituary of Officers Who Fell at the Battle of Inkerman. Bookseller Inventory # 007464

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The Illustrated London News (Single Complete Issue: Herbert Ingram (Publisher),

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Item Description: Herbert Ingram, London, England, 1854. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fair. First Edition. Overview and condition: complete issue containing pages 65-84 plus four-page unpaginated advertising supplement; previously disbound from bound volume; light narrow waterstain along upper edges and fore-edges of each page (to blank margins only and not affecting pagination); age-browned. Rich with spendid engravings throughout for most feature articles and primary news items, lengthy regular columns, all containing detailed reportage of London, local, domestic, colonial, and foreign news and events, history, politics, law and crime, economics, trade, architecture, personalities, art, theatre, and music. Highlights of this issue include: lead article The Meeting of Parliament; column Foreign and Colonial News (including updates on The Fleets in the Black Sea and The War on the Danube); The Hospodars of Moldavia and Wallachia (with portrait engravings of Prince Stirbry and Prince Ghika); H.M. Steam-Frigate 'Retribution' (with engraving); Mollahs Proceeding to Council (with two engravings); Army Clothing; The Command of the Army; The Suppressed Pamphlet (regarding "Lord Palmerston, What Has He Done?"); short Her Majesty's Skates (with drawing); Sketches From Kalafat and Widdin - The War on the Danube (with several engravings, including front cover); The London Reformatory Institution, Great Smith-Street, Westminster (with four engravings); Paris Fashions for February (with engravings); The King of Portugal (with portrait engraving of Dom Pedro V); short Ballooning at Bombay (with engraving); short The Flood at Doncaster (with engraving); The Late Remarkable Weather; Wreck of the 'Tayleur,' in Dublin Bay (with two engravings). Bookseller Inventory # 007419

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Item Description: Herbert Ingram, London, England, 1854. Soft cover. Book Condition: Good. First Edition. Overview and condition: complete issue containing pages 77-100 including Supplement; previously disbound from bound volume; pages age-browned; light foxing throughout. Rich with spendid engravings throughout for most feature articles and primary news items, lengthy regular columns, all containing detailed reportage of London, local, domestic, colonial, and foreign news and events, history, politics, law and crime, economics, trade, architecture, personalities, art, theatre, and music. Highlights of this issue include: lead article The War Debate in Both Houses; Dervishes of Constantinople (with front cover engraving); lengthy regular column Foreign and Colonial News (topics include France; The Overland Mail; The Insurrection in Madrid; others); lengthy news updates on The War (topics include Sir Charles Napier's Operations; The Czar's Answer to Austria; The Battle of Kama - Defeat of the Russians; Naval Operations on the Danube; The Russian Fleet in the Indian Seas; others); The Royal Agricultural Society at Lincoln - The Live-Stock Prizes (with full-page engraving of Prize Cattle); North Devon Railway (with four engravings); four engravings of art works featured at The Royal Academy and The New Society of Painters in Water-Colours; Extramural Cemetary for St. Pancras and Islington (with engraving); short Holy Trinity National Schools, Weymouth (with small engraving); short New Church of St. John the Evangelist, at Lowestoft (with engraving); short Memorial to Lieutenant Bellot (with drawing of Tablet); The Goodwood Race Plate (with three engravings); Paris Fashions for August (with four small engravings); three-paragraph The Census - Ages and Occupations; Embarkation of Artillery Horses at Calais (with engraving); The Ornamental Waters in the Bois de Boulogne (with engraving); short Infernal Engines in the Baltic (with drawing); The Late Captain Butler (with portrait engraving); The Siege of Silistria (with four engravings); The Feast of the Bairam (with engraving); short Russian Prisoners at Constantinople (with engraving). Bookseller Inventory # 007446

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Item Description: Herbert Ingram, London, England, 1854. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Overview and condition: complete issue containing pages 125-148 including Supplement; previously disbound from bound volume; two fold-outs, including Map of The Ottoman Empire, detached but present; light foxing throughout. Rich with spendid engravings throughout for most feature articles and primary news items, lengthy regular columns, all containing detailed reportage of London, local, domestic, colonial, and foreign news and events, history, politics, law and crime, economics, trade, architecture, personalities, art, theatre, and music. Highlights of this issue include: lead article Close of the Session; The House of Commons' Library (with front cover engraving); lengthy regular news column Foreign and Colonial News (topics include France; Renewal of Disturbances in Spain; United States); lengthy news updates The War (topics include The Bombardment of Bomarsund; The War in Asia; The Crimea Expedition; The Retreat of the Russians - Evacuation of Moldavia; Prison Discipline); Turkish Coal-Mine on the Black Sea (with engraving); Funeral of Captain Hyde Parker (with engraving); The Female Hippopotamus in the Zoological Society's Gardens, Regent's-Park (with engraving); short The 'Cataragui' Coming Down the Galop Rapids Above Montreal, Canada (with engraving); double-page fold-out Cronstadt (with two engravings: "H.M.S. 'Driver' and Yachts 'Gondola' and 'Esmeralda,' Off Cronstadt" and "Cronstadt, and the Russian Fleet, From the Sea"); Notes of a Rambler - Railways and Refreshment-Rooms; Thames Grand National Regatta (with engraving of the Prizes); Highgate Model Yacht Club (with engraving); engraving of art work "Othello" painted by H.C. Selous; engraving of art work "The Russian Serf" painted by Joseph J. Jenkins; Baldomero Espartero, The Duke of Victory, President of the Council of the Ministry of Spain (with portrait engraving); Espartero's Entrance Into Madrid (with engraving); The Madrid Insurrection - Sacking of the Ministers' Hotels (with two engravings: "The Insurrection in Spain - Barricade in the Place San Geronimo, Near the Prado, Madrid" and "The Insurrection in Spain - The Insurgents Setting Fire to the Palace of Queen Christina, at Madrid"); short Launch of a Mission Vessel (with engraving of the "Allen Gardiner"); lengthy Turkey: Geographical, Agricultural, Commercial, and Statistical (with double-page fold-out map "Map of The Ottoman Empire, Kingdom of Greece, and The Russian Provinces on the Black Sea"); poem The Lime-Tree by Frances Bennoch. Bookseller Inventory # 007448

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Item Description: Herbert Ingram, London, England, 1854. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Overview and condition: complete issue containing pages 149-172 including Supplement; previously disbound from bound volume; light foxing throughout. Rich with spendid engravings throughout for most feature articles and primary news items, lengthy regular columns, all containing detailed reportage of London, local, domestic, colonial, and foreign news and events, history, politics, law and crime, economics, trade, architecture, personalities, art, theatre, and music. Highlights of this issue include: lead article The Second Stage of the War; Selim Pacha [Muschir] (with front cover engraving); lengthy regular news column Foreign and Colonial News (topics include France; The Spanish Revolution; America; The Overland Mail); The War (topics include The Aland Expedition; The Crimea Expedition; The War on the Danube - From our Special Correspondent; Close Reconnoitre of Sebastopol; Entrance of the Turks Into Bucharest; Reported Russian Victory in Asia); Destruction of Greytown, Royal West India Mail Steamer (with engraving); short Bust of the Emperor of the French (with engraving); Napoleon and the Empress Eugenie at Biaritz (with engraving of Biaritz); The Munich Industrial Exhibition (with engraving); The English Mediaeval Court at the Crystal Palace (with engraving); The French Imperial Guard (with two full-page engravings: "Cavalry of the French Imperial Guard" and "Infantry of the French Imperial Guard"); The Prorogation of Parliament (including the transcript of Queen Victoria's Speech); engraving of art-work "The Launch" painted by G. Smith; engraving of art-work "An Old English Homestead" painted by R. Redgrave; Opening of the Harwich Railway (with engraving of Harwich); Oriental and Turkish Museum (with engraving of "A Turkish Dinner Party"); H.M. Screw Gun-Vessel 'Wrangler' (with engraving); Sveabord (with two engravings: "Steam-Ships Reconnoitring at Sveaborg, in the Gulf of Finland" and "Sveaborg, in the Gulf of Finland"); The [Sir Robert] Peel Testimonial at Manchester (with engraving of bust); Catastrophe From Lightning (with engraving "Remains of the National School at Capel, Near Ipswich, Struck by Lightning"); Perilous Situation of the Ship 'Medway' Among Icebergs (with engraving); Some Observations on the Origin of Chess by Dr. Duncan Forbes (Chapter III); Agricultural Notes - Lincolnshire Farming; The Fete Napoleon (with engraving of "The Fete at Paris - Representation of the Siege of Silistria, in the Champ de Mars - Flotilla of Balloons"); The Mediterranean Submarine Telegraph (with engraving); Destruction of Sulineh - From a Correspondent (with engraving); Baltschik (with engraving); France and Russia - Important Correspondence; poem Anglia Rediviva by A.M. Morgan. Bookseller Inventory # 007449

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Item Description: Herbert Ingram, London, England, 1854. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Overview and condition: complete issue containing pages 173-196 including Supplement; previously disbound from bound volume; light foxing throughout. Rich with spendid engravings throughout for most feature articles and primary news items, lengthy regular columns, all containing detailed reportage of London, local, domestic, colonial, and foreign news and events, history, politics, law and crime, economics, trade, architecture, personalities, art, theatre, and music. Highlights of this issue include: lead article The First Blow ("The first blow has been struck at Bomarsund"); short The Camp at Boulogne (with front cover engraving "The 5th French Regiment of the Line Passing Through the Porte des Dunes, on Their Way to the Camp of Boulogne"); lengthy regular column Foreign and Colonial News (topics include France; Spain; Preparing for the Crimea; The Allied Troops in Turkey - The Cholera; A Russian Victory in Asia; Position of the German Powers; The Austrians in Wallachia; America); lengthy regular news column Naval and Military Intelligence (including topic Trial of the New Gunboat - Extraordinary Results); The Wattled Talegalla, or Brush Turkey, at the Zoological Society's Gardens (with engraving); short Cricket-Match on the Goodwin Sands (with engraving); engraving of art-work "Giving an Order" painted by J.H. Mole; engraving of art-work "Mont Orgueil Castle, Jersey" painted by J. Wilson; Kars and Erzeroom (with two engravings); Field-Marshall Baron Von Hess (with engraving); A Quasi-Russian Prize (with engraving); The Capture of Bomarsund (with map of the Fortifications of Bomarsund and detailed Plan of the Attack on Bomarsund); short The Fire at Cubitt's Building Works (with engraving); short Billingsgate New Market (with engraving); short New Schools at Yarmouth, Isle of Wight (with small engraving); Opening of the Central Somerset Railway (with engraving); Paris Fashions for September (with engraving); St. John's Wood Barracks (with engraving); musical score "Patriot Song of the Finlanders" (The Poetry by Runeberg, The Swedish Bard, and The Music by F. Pacius); Notes of a Rambler (No. II) - Edinburgh; The Peak of Derbyshire - The Peak Castle (with engraving) - Buxton (with engraving of "The Crescent, New Baths") - The Blue John Mine (with engraving) - Haddon Hall (with engraving); Commencement of the Victor Emmanuel Railway - From a Correspondent; The War on the Danube - From our Special Correspondent (with engraving "Rustchuk - Bridge of Boats in Course of Construction"); short Discussing the War at Copenhagen (with engraving inside a coffee-house). Bookseller Inventory # 007450

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The Illustrated London News (Single Complete Issue: Herbert Ingram (Publisher),

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Item Description: Herbert Ingram, London, England, 1854. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Overview and condition: complete issue containing pages 197-220 including Supplement; previously disbound from bound volume; light foxing throughout; fold-out detached but present. Rich with spendid engravings throughout for most feature articles and primary news items, lengthy regular columns, all containing detailed reportage of London, local, domestic, colonial, and foreign news and events, history, politics, law and crime, economics, trade, architecture, personalities, art, theatre, and music. Highlights of this issue include: lead article Free-Trade in France; Conflagration at Varna - From a Correspondent (with front cover engraving); lengthy regular news column Foreign and Colonial News (including topics The Surrender of Bomarsund; The Expeditionary Force at Varna; Great Alarm at Odessa; Turkish Reverse in Asia; The Austrian Occupation of Wallachia; Austrian Answer to the Russian Note; Political Demonstration at Copenhagen; The Revolution in Spain; America; others); The Lizard Serpentine Company's Signal Staff Quarry, Near Cadgwith (with engraving); Discovery of the Remains of the Alexandrian Library (with engraving); Lancaster's Oval Cannon (with five Figures); short H.M.S. 'Antelope' in the Bonny River (with engraving); Launch of a Gun-Boat (with engraving "Launch of H.M. Gun-Boat 'Pelter,' and the Portuguese Steam-Ship 'Dom Pedro Secondo,' at Northfleet"); double-page fold-out Panoramic View of Varna, and the Adjacent Coast (with three engravings including several partially-submerged wrecks); Attempted Revolution in New Granada - From our Private Correspondent; The New Uniform - From our Military Correspondent; Sketch at an Indian Railway Station (with engraving); Mr. Edward L. Davenport (with portrait engraving); Dr. Wylde, Founder of the New Philharmonic Society (with portrait engraving); Mr. John B. Gough (with portrait engraving); The King's Lynn Union Workhouse (with engraving); short Caldicott Castle (with engraving of Remains); short St. Ninian's, Perth (with engraving); Marshall O'Donnell, Count of Lucena, The Spanish Minister of War (with engraving); The Greek Courts at the Crystal Palace (with engraving); Laying the Foundation-Stone of the New Church of St. Thomas, Newport, Isle of Wight, by H.R.H. Prince Albert (with engraving); The Oldham Industrial and Educational Exhibition (with engraving); The Educational Exhibition (by The Society of Arts); lengthy A Glance at Our War on the Danube - From a Correspondent; poem A Hymn For the Harvest by William Martin; French Agriculture (with two engravings: "Ploughing in France" and "Harvest-Home Custom in France"); short Sculpture in the Pediment of the Great Western Royal Hotel (with engraving); short Model Figure [of Alice Evelyn Tupper] by J. Durham (with drawing); The Beaufoy Shakspearian Medal (with drawing of obverse and reverse); Sketches of the Manners and Customs of a Genteel Little Sea-Side Town (No. II); The General Courts-Martial at Windsor - From our Military Correspondent; Some Observations on the Origin of Chess (Chapter IV) by Dr. Duncan Forbes. Bookseller Inventory # 007451

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The Illustrated London News (Single Complete Issue: Herbert Ingram (Publisher),

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Item Description: Herbert Ingram, London, England, 1854. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Overview and condition: complete issue containing pages 221-244 including Supplement; previously disbound from bound volume; light narrow waterstain along upper edges of last few pages (to blank margins only and not affecting pagination); light foxing throughout. Rich with spendid engravings throughout for most feature articles and primary news items, lengthy regular columns, all containing detailed reportage of London, local, domestic, colonial, and foreign news and events, history, politics, law and crime, economics, trade, architecture, personalities, art, theatre, and music. Highlights of this issue include: lead article The Colony of the Fiddle (on Ole Bull); Abo (the Capital of Russian Finland, with front cover engraving); two-paragraph A Popular Movement in Denmark; lengthy regular news column Foreign and Colonial News (topics include The Crimea Expedition - Russian Preparations; The Battles of Bayazid and Kurukdere; Turkey and Austria in the Principalities; Austrian Neutrality; The Austrian and Prussian Notes to Russia; A Skirmish at Shanghae; others); short The 'Charlemagne' at Constantinople (with engraving); short French Military Barracks Outside Pera (with engraving); short Rear-Admiral Plumridge (with portrait engraving); short New South Wales Regatta Cup (with engraving); Operations of the White Sea Squadron (with engravings "Attack on the Town of Novitska, in the White Sea, by the 'Miranda' and 'Brisk'" and "Burning of the Town of Novitska, in the White Sea"); The Royal Meeting at Boulogne (topics include The Grand Mass at the Camp; Arrival of the King of Portugal; The Arrival of Prince Albert; The Reception of Prince Albert; The Review at St. Omer - with engravings "The Meeting of His Royal Highness Prince Albert and the Emperor of the French, at Boulogne"; "Sketch of a Portion of the Camp at St. Omer"; two drawings of "Medal Struck at the Mint, at Paris, to Commemorate the Anglo-French Alliance"; and full-page engraving "The Grand Military Mass, at the Camp at Honvault, Near Boulogne, on Sunday Last"); Sweden and Norway - From a Correspondent; Marriage of the Sultan's Daughter (with two engravings: "The Marriage Procession of the Sultan's Daughter, at Constantinople" and "Marriage of the Sultan's Daughter - Fete at Baltaliman"); Militia and Yeomanry (with full-page engraving "English Militia and Yeomanry Cavalry"); The General Court-Martial at Windsor - From our Military Correspondent; Victoria London Docks (with engraving); Henry Russell (with portrait engraving); Sugar Manufacture in Brazil (with engraving); short The Capture of Bomarsund (with full-page engraving "Fort Nottich, Bomarsund - Breach Made by an English Three-Gun Battery"); Notes of a Rambler (No. III) - Fife-Aberdeen; untitled poem, author not mentioned, "On reading an abstract account of the prison horrors at Birmingham, and Lord Dudley Stuart's report of the state of our hospital at Constantinople, in the 'Times,' Friday, July 28, 1854"; occasional column Nooks and Corners of Old England - Belsize House (with engraving); Varna After the Recent Fire (with engraving); short Boat Attack, Aland Isles (with engraving); lengthy The War on the Danube - From our Special Correspondent (with two engravings and map). Bookseller Inventory # 007452

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The Illustrated London News (Single Complete Issue: Herbert Ingram (Publisher),

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Item Description: Herbert Ingram, London, England, 1854. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Overview and condition: complete issue containing pages 269-292 including Supplement; previously disbound from bound volume; small light age spot to front cover; short closed edge tear to page 279; light foxing throughout. Rich with spendid engravings throughout for most feature articles and primary news items, lengthy regular columns, all containing detailed reportage of London, local, domestic, colonial, and foreign news and events, history, politics, law and crime, economics, trade, architecture, personalities, art, theatre, and music. Highlights of this issue include: lead article The Landing in the Crimea; short Embarkation of Troops at Varna, for the Crimea (with front cover engraving); lengthy regular column Foreign and Colonial News (topics include France; Greece; Landing of the Expedition; Rumour of an Armistice; Precipitate Retreat of the Russians in Asia; The Sultan's Reform Decree; The Revolution in Spain; America); The Grand Opera of Paris (with splendid engraving of the interior); The Hotel Brighton, Boulogne (with engraving); New Dress for the Artillery (with engraving); The Screw-Steamer 'Barwon' (with engraving); short M. Gonzales Bravo (with engraving); The Russian Prisoners at Sheerness (with four engravings: "The 'Devonshire' Prison-Ship, at Sheerness"; "Russian Prisoners [male]"; "Russian Prisoners [female]"; "'The Devonshire' - Russian Prisoners Between Decks"); The Inauguration of St. George's Hall, Liverpool (with near-full page engraving "Interior of St. George's Hall, Liverpool, From the South - Performance of the First Oratorio"); Notes of a Rambler (No. V) - Montrose and Dundee; Irish Watering-Places - Youghal (with engraving); St. George's Hall, Liverpool (with three engravings of the Gaselier, Brass Gates, and Truss Supporting the Gallery); Westminster Improvements (with engraving "New Houses in the Broad Sanctuary"); The New Strawberry, "Sir Harry" (with small engraving); short The Whityngton Stone (with small engraving); Bulgarian Children (with engraving "Bulgarian Children, Wounded at Kustendjeh"); Baltschik and Kavarna (with engraving); short Her Majesty's Despatch Gun-Boats 'Lynx,' 'Beagle,' 'Arrow,' and 'Viper' (with near-full-page engraving); Operations in the Baltic; Failure of the Harvest in the United States; The Russian Reply to Austria; Kaffa Bay (with engraving); The Crimea Expedition - with topics Instructions to the Troops, The Order of Landing, Arrangements, Medical Memorandum (with detailed figure "The Official Arrangement of the British Division Off the Coast of the Crimea"); Map of the Crimea (with half-page Map); short The Ambulance (with engraving); short Bombardment of Anapa (with engraving of Anapa); The New Race-Course and Hippodrome at Longchamps, Near Paris - Its Inauguration (with engraving); The Doncaster Winners - St. Leger - The 'Knight of Saint George' - The Doncaster Cup - 'Virago' (with engraving "The Doncaster Winners"). Bookseller Inventory # 007454

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The Illustrated London News (Single Complete Issue: Herbert Ingram (Publisher),

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Item Description: Herbert Ingram, London, England, 1854. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Overview and condition: complete issue containing pages 381-404 including Supplement; previously disbound from bound volume; rear page corner tear clear-tape repaired; light foxing throughout. Rich with spendid engravings throughout for most feature articles and primary news items, lengthy regular columns, all containing detailed reportage of London, local, domestic, colonial, and foreign news and events, history, politics, law and crime, economics, trade, architecture, personalities, art, theatre, and music. Highlights of this issue include: lead article The Patriotic Fund; The Field of Battle (Alma, with front cover engraving "After the Battle"); lengthy regular news column Foreign and Colonial News (topics include France; Australia; The Siege of Sebastopol; Orders to the Army Before Commencing Siege Operations; Telegraphic Despatches; Prince Menschikoff's Despatches; The Baltic Fleet; Expedition Against the Russians at Sitka; The War in Asia; America; India and China); The Vintage in France - Bordeaux and the Claret Districts (with six engravings); The Charge Up the Heights of Alma (with double-page fold-out engraving "The British Troops on the Heights of Alma - Grand Charge of the Guards"); poem "Alma" by Mrs. T.K. Hervey; lengthy The Battle of the Alma - Official List of Killed and Wounded - From a Supplement to last Tuesday's 'Gazette'; Lieut. Montagu O'Reilly's Private Audience With the Sultan (with engraving); Recent Ascent of Monte Rosa - By a Correspondent (with engraving); short New Church at Aberdare (with small engraving); short Gannet, Shot in Lincolnshire (with engraving); The Wreck of 'The Artic' (with engraving); lengthy Her Majesty's Visit to Hull and Grimsby (with topics Arrival of the Royal Party at Hull; The Illumination; The Scene at the Railway Hotel; The Embarkation at the Pier; The Reception at Grimsby; The Visit to Grimsby Docks; The Journey Home - with seven engravings, including full-page "Her Majesty's Visit to Hull - The Procession in the Market-Place" and partial-page "Presentation of Addresses to Her Majesty, at the Station Hotel, Hull"). Bookseller Inventory # 007458

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The Illustrated London News (Single Complete Issue: Herbert Ingram (Publisher),

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Item Description: Herbert Ingram, London, England, 1854. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Overview and condition: complete issue containing pages 573-596 including Supplement; previously disbound from bound volume; pages lightly aged; double-page fold-out engraving detached but present and shows chip to right edge, affecting a tiny portion of the illustration. Rich with spendid engravings throughout for most feature articles and primary news items, lengthy regular columns, all containing detailed reportage of London, local, domestic, colonial, and foreign news and events, history, politics, law and crime, economics, trade, architecture, personalities, art, theatre, and music. Highlights of this issue include: lead article The "Nationalities," and Their Influence on the War; The Riflemen in the Trenches (Sebastopol, with front-cover engraving); Messrs. Peto, Brassey, and Betts, and The Railway From Balaclava to Sebastopol (with engraving); Portable Barracks for the Crimea (with small engraving); The Hurricane in the Black Sea (with engravings "Wrecks at Balaclava" and "Wrecks Off the Katscha"); Dejeuner to the 89th Regiment, Previous To Their Departure For the Crimea (with engraving); Siege of Sebastopol - From our Special Correspondent (with splendid double-page fold-out engraving "The Siege of Sebastopol - General View - Sketched From the Heights"); Fire in the Strand - Site of Arundel House (with four engravings including "Remains of the Whittington Club, After the Fire" and drawing "Ground-Plot of Arundel House and Gardens (The Dark Line Encloses the Premises)"); short The Wellington Monument, at Wellington, Somerset (with small engraving); full-page Royal Commission of the Patriotic Fund, For the Relief of the Widows and Orphans of Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines, Who Have Died on Active Service Since 28th March, 1854 (a list of those who have donated, and the amounts donated: Her Majesty the Queen tops the list, with 1,000 pounds donated); Position of the Allied Forces Before Sebastopol (with full-page plan of "Sebastopol and Balaklava Shewing the Position of the Allied Forces"); The Battle of Inkerman (topics include Official Despatches and French Official Despatches); Hunting - Continued from Page 475 (of a previous issue) (with two engravings - "Stag-Hunting" and "Fox-Hunting"); The Smithfield Club Prize Cattle-Show (with two engravings); Agricultural Implements and Machinery. Bookseller Inventory # 007465

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WATERWORTH, William, S.J., (1811-1882).

Published by Burns & Lambert, Portman Square, London (1854)

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Item Description: Burns & Lambert, Portman Square, London, 1854. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Good Plus. Dust Jacket Included. First Edition.. LONDON : 1854. FIRST EDITION. [No copy recorded in the British Library, Trinity College Dublin, or National Library of Wales ]. Hardback. Dark brown textured cloth; gilt lettered spine. Blind decorative panel to covers. Untrimmed edges as issued. Lemon end-papers. Neat contemporary Liverpool blind bookseller stamp. Neat Chester College stamp to title-page. No internal markings. A nice bright copy. Small nick to head of spine. (xii), 419 pages. Index. Bright, tight and clean. VERY GOOD. Scarce first printing. **Book now placed in an archival quality clear protective jacket. ** [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian books, Literature & Theology. ] Size: 8vo 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 0021656

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Marcet, W. Communicated by Francis Marcet.

Published by Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 1854. 1st edition. (1854)

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Item Description: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 1854. 1st edition., 1854. Disbound. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Note; this is an original article separated from the annual volume, not an offprint or a reprint. Quarto. pp265-283. 19 pages. Disbound. Very good. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society; Bookseller Inventory # 049056

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Tyndall, John.

Published by Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. 1854. 1st edition. (1854)

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Item Description: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. 1854. 1st edition., 1854. Disbound. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Note; this is an original article separated from the annual volume, not an offprint or a reprint. Quarto. pp1-10. 10 pages. Disbound. Very good. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society; Bookseller Inventory # 051062

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Hassall, Arthur Hill. Communicated by Prof. Sharpey.

Published by Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 1854. 1st edition. (1854)

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Item Description: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 1854. 1st edition., 1854. Disbound. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Note; this is an original article separated from the annual volume, not an offprint or a reprint. Quarto. pp297-310. 14 pages. Disbound. Very good. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society; Bookseller Inventory # 050670

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