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The Illustrated London News (ILN) Gallery

A unique, visual archive of 19th century Victorian Britain historical illustrations

At its peak, The Illustrated London News had a circulation of about 300,000 and was the publication of choice for the Victorian middle classes, transforming illustrations into a credible, factual, news reporting tool. Previously, illustration had been used mainly for political caricatures or for sensational events like public hangings.

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Nineteenth century schoolmaster Featured The Illustrated London News (ILN) Image

Nineteenth century schoolmaster

A kindly-looking nineteenth century schoolmaster holding a Latin text book. From "R. Caldecott's Second Collection of Pictures and Songs" containing "The Milkmaid", "Hey Diddle Diddle", Baby Bunting", The Fox Jumps Over the Parson's Gate", "A Frog He Would a-Wooing Go", "Come Lasses and Lads", "Ride a Cock Horse...", "A Farmer Went Trotting...", "Mrs Mary Blaize" and "The Great Panjandrum Himself". Drawn by Randolph Caldecott; engraved and printed by E. Evans. Published by George Routledge & Sons, London & New York, c1885

Presentation of the address, Prince, Princess Wales, Illustrated London News Featured The Illustrated London News (ILN) Image

Presentation of the address, Prince, Princess Wales, Illustrated London News

Scanned directly from The Illustrated London News, Saturday May 27, 1876.
The image shows the presentation of the address to the Prince and Princess of Wales on their return from India. His Royal Highnes The Prince of Wales was Prince Albert, (1841-1910) eldest son of Queen Victoria. Albert was crowned King Edward VII in 1901. The Princess of Wales is Alexandra (later Queen Alexandra).
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Guildhall banquet for Prince, Princess of Wales, Illustrated London News Featured The Illustrated London News (ILN) Image

Guildhall banquet for Prince, Princess of Wales, Illustrated London News

Scanned directly from The Illustrated London News, Saturday May 27, 1876.
Guildhall banquet in honour of the Prince and Princess of Wales on their return from India and the customary handing round and sipping of the Lord Mayor's loving cup'. His Royal Highnes The Prince of Wales was Prince Albert, (1841-1910) eldest son of Queen Victoria. Albert was crowned King Edward VII in 1901. The Princess of Wales is Alexandra (later Queen Alexandra).
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View more vintage engraved illustrations: [url=]Alice in Wonderland[/url], [url=]William Shakespeare[/url], [url=]Illustrated London News[/url], [url=]Victorian engravings[/url]

© Darren Hendley