The Illustrated London News: July 21, 1883 *Departure of Irish Emigrants*

By: Various Contributors

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Mr. Pakenham passes away under allegedly outrages circumstances at Tamatave. Suez Canal difficulty - cutting a second canal parallel to the first. Echoes of the week. The Playhouses; Weather; National Sports; The Cholera in Egypt - Quarantine, with full-page engraving entitled 'Quarantine Examination at Brinsisi'. Crab-Catching in Cornwall - 9 sketches on one page (plus text on next page); News from the Court and Church plus Benevolence and Self-Help. New Townhall, Dover - with sketch; The Westminster Townhall - with sketch; The Swanley Homes for Little Boys - with sketch; Sketches in Egypt - Thebes. The Advantages of Wet Weather. Supplement includes: Chapter V of The Canon's Ward, by James Payn; The Savage Club at the Royal Albert Hall (which is featured on front cover illustration and pages 52 and 53); The Jesmond Dene Park, Newcastle; A dramatic two-page engraving entitled "Departure of Irish Emigrants at Clifden, County Galway (please note that this engraving bears a large tear); Obituaries; Chess; Wills and Bequests; Departure of Irish Emigrants; Classified Ads. The Jesmond Dene Public Park, Newcastel-on-Tyne - 8 lovely sketches. The Suez Canal - 3 pages of text and sketches, including map of the proposed Canal and sketch of M. Ferdinand De Lesseps, President of the Suez Canal Company. New Books. Musical Publications. Chipping at edges. Some pages loose but all appear to be present. Perforations along spine indicate this copy from a disbound volume.

Title: The Illustrated London News: July 21, 1883 *Departure of Irish Emigrants*

Author: Various Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The Illustrated London News: 1883

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall

Seller ID: 146a2167

Keywords: The Illustrated London News: July 21, 1883 Mr. Pakenham passes away under allegedly outrages circumstances at Tamatave. Suez Canal difficulty - cutting a second canal parallel to the first. Echoes of the week. The Playhouses; Weather; National Sports; The Cholera in Egypt - Quarantine, with full-page engraving entitled 'Quarantine Examination at Brinsisi'. Crab-Catching in Cornwall - 9 sketches on one page (plus text on next page); News from the Court and Church plus Benevolence and Self-Help. New Townhall, Dover - with sketch; The Westminster Townhall - with sketch; The Swanley Homes for Little Boys - with sketch; Sketches in Egypt - Thebes. The Advantages of Wet Weather. Supplement includes: Chapter V of The Canon's Ward, by James Payn; The Savage Club at the Royal Albert Hall (which is featured on front cover illustration and pages 52 and 53); The Jesmond Dene Park, Newcastle; A dramatic two-page engraving entitled "Departure of Irish Emigrants at Clifden, County Galway (please note that this engraving bears a large tear); Obituaries; Chess; Wills and Bequests; Departure of Irish Emigrants; Classified Ads. The Jesmond Dene Public Park, Newcastel-on-Tyne - 8 lovely sketches. The Suez Canal - 3 pages of text and sketches, including map of the proposed Canal and sketch of M. Ferdinand De Lesseps, President of the Suez Canal Company. New Books. Musical Publications,