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Illustrated London News: Volume 41

  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - July 5, 1862 - (18 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, July 5, 1862 - Article - July 5, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Imperial Parliament Monday - Article - July 5, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - July 5, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Queen has approved of Mr. Conyers] - Article - July 5, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Refugees from Southern Cities Flocking for Protection to the Federal Transports on their Advance down the River.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist - Illustration - July 5, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Illustration of the War in America - Article - July 5, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - July 12, 1862 - (18 paragraphs)
  • Fort Pillow - Article - July 12, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Portion of the Water Batteries at Fort Pillow, On the Mississippi, After the Evacuation--Looking Up The River.--From a Sketch By Our Special Artist.; Main Battery at Fort Pillow, On the Mississippi, Evacuated by the Confederates on the 5th of June.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - July 12, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    Portion of the Water Batteries at Fort Pillow, On the Mississippi, After the Evacuation—Looking Up The River.—From a Sketch By Our Special Artist. and Main Battery at Fort Pillow, On the Mississippi, Evacuated by the Confederates on the 5th of June.—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol.41, no.1153, p.37. July 12, 1862

  • London: Saturday, July 12, 1862 - Article - July 12, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - July 12, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Textile Manufactures in the International Exhibition — British and Foreign - Article - July 12, 1862 - (3 paragraphs)
  • The Case of the Emily St. Pierre. - Article - July 12, 1862 - (8 paragraphs)
  • [A Letter from Jerusalem] - Article - July 12, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Northern Reverses. - Article - July 19, 1862 - (7 paragraphs)
  • Foreign Intelligence - Article - July 19, 1862 - (21 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, July 19, 1862 - Article - July 19, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - July 19, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Federal Gun-Boat.--See Supplement, Page 84. - Illustration - July 19, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    Federal Gun-Boat.--See Supplement, Page 84.
    vol.41, no.1155, p.77. July 19, 1862

  • The Civil War In America. - Article - July 19, 1862 - (6 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: Destruction of the Confederate Flotilla Off Memphis.--From a Sketch By Our Special Artist.--See Page 84. - Illustration - July 19, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Destruction of the Confederate Flotilla Off Memphis.--From a Sketch By Our Special Artist.--See Page 84.
    vol.41, no.1155, p.92. July 19, 1862

  • Cotton Statistics - Article - July 19, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • American Ladies - Article - July 19, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Prospects of California - Article - July 19, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • American Silence - Article - July 19, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [A Large Lump of Gold Has Been Dug Out] - Article - July 19, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [There are no Hungarians in the Confederate Army] - Article - July 19, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - July 26, 1862 - (16 paragraphs)
  • [Letters from Nassau] - Article - July 26, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • London, Saturday, July 26, 1862 - Article - July 26, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Richmond, Virginia - Article - July 26, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Richmond, Virginia. - Illustration - July 26, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: High Street, Richmond, Virginia.
    vol.41, no.1156, p.100. July 26, 1862

  • Imperial Parliament - Article - July 26, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Position of the Federal Flotilla on the Mississippi, Off Fort Pillow, Shortly Before Its Evacuation. and Colonel Fitch and the 46th Indiana Volunteers Taking at the Point of the Bayonet the Confederate Battery of Fort St. Charles, On the White River, Arkansas. See Supplement, Page 111. - Illustration - July 26, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    Position of the Federal Flotilla on the Mississippi, Off Fort Pillow, Shortly Before Its Evacuation. and Colonel Fitch and the 46th Indiana Volunteers Taking at the Point of the Bayonet the Confederate Battery of Fort St. Charles, On the White River, Arkansas. See Supplement, Page 111.
    vol.41, no.1156, p.105. July 26, 1862

  • The Civil War In America - Article - July 26, 1862 - (7 paragraphs)
  • [The Queen has appointed Mr. Edgar Leopold Layard] - Article - July 26, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - August 2, 1862 - (20 paragraphs)
  • [The American Patent Machine] - Article - August 2, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • London, Saturday, August 2, 1862 - Article - August 2, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [The Wife of General Beauregard] - Article - August 2, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Plan of the Seat of War in Eastern Virginia - Article - August 2, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: Scene of Operations in Eastern Virginia, Showing M'Clellan's Present Position.--See Page 128. - Illustration - August 2, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Scene of Operations in Eastern Virginia, Showing M'Clellan's Present Position.--See Page 128.
    vol.41, no.1157, p.125. August 2, 1862

  • Atrocious Act of Piracy - Article - August 2, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Textile Manufactures in the International Exhibition - Article - August 2, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Cotton of Various Climes - Article - August 9, 1862 - (8 paragraphs)
  • Illustration of the War in America - Article - August 9, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - August 9, 1862 - (24 paragraphs)
  • London, saturday, August 9, 1862 - Article - August 9, 1862 - (3 paragraphs)
  • ['Great Expectations' are the Burden of the American Telegrams] - Article - August 9, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Imperial Parliament - Article - August 9, 1862 - (5 paragraphs)
  • Foreign Intelligence: America - Article - August 16, 1862 - (15 paragraphs)
  • [Despatches Which Had Passed] - Article - August 16, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • London: Saturday, August 16, 1862 - Article - August 16, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - August 23, 1862 - (15 paragraphs)
  • London: Saturday, August 23, 1862 - Article - August 23, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Situation in America - Article - August 30, 1862 - (5 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - August 30, 1862 - (25 paragraphs)
  • [A New York Paper] - Article - August 30, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [A New York Letter] - Article - August 30, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - September 6, 1862 - (15 paragraphs)
  • New Orleans a Hundred Years Ago - Article - September 6, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • London, Saturday, September 6, 1862 - Article - September 6, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Canada Papers] - Article - September 6, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Peace Society Has Issued an Address] - Article - September 6, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [A Gentleman Who Has Recently Arrived] - Article - September 6, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - September 13, 1862 - (25 paragraphs)
  • [In Pennsylvania] - Article - September 13, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [During a Recent Storm in Iron Mountain] - Article - September 13, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • London: Saturday, September 13, 1862 - Article - September 13, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Situation in America - Article - September 20, 1862 - (7 paragraphs)
  • Foreign Intelligence - Article - September 20, 1862 - (26 paragraphs)
  • [The Memphis Bulletin Publishes] - Article - September 20, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - September 27, 1862 - (25 paragraphs)
  • Echoes of the Week, and the International Exhibition - Article - September 27, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [A Letter From New York] - Article - September 27, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Both in Demarara and in Antigua] - Article - September 27, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Southern Nation and the Northern Union - Article - October 4, 1862 - (6 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News: America - Article - October 4, 1862 - (20 paragraphs)
  • London: Saturday, October 4, 1862 - Article - October 4, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [Mr. Story, The American Sculptor] - Article - October 4, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Second Telegraph Line] - Article - October 4, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: General Stuart (Confederate) with his Cavalry Scouting in the Nerighbourhood of Culpepper Courthouse.--From a Sketch by our Special Artist.--See Next Page. - Illustration - October 4, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: General Stuart (Confederate) with his Cavalry Scouting in the Neighbourhood of Culpepper Courthouse.--From a Sketch by our Special Artist.--See Next Page.
    vol.41, no.1167, p.368. October 4, 1862

  • Illustration of the War in America - Article - October 4, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Civil War in America: Colonel of the 4th Regiment European Brigade of the Confederate Army.--From a Photograph. - Illustration - October 4, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Colonel of the 4th Regiment European Brigade of the Confederate Army.--From a Photograph.
    vol.41, no.1167, p.369. October 4, 1862

  • President Lincoln's Proclamation - Article - October 11, 1862 - (6 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - October 11, 1862 - (22 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, October 11, 1862 - Article - October 11, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Confederates Have Just Sustained a Crather Serious Loss] - Article - October 11, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - October 18, 1862 - (20 paragraphs)
  • [The Surgeon-General of the Federal Army] - Article - October 18, 1862 - (3 paragraphs)
  • London: Saturday, October 18, 1862 - Article - October 18, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Echoes of the Week, and the International Exhibition - Article - October 18, 1862 - (3 paragraphs)
  • [The Pacific Telegraph Company] - Article - October 18, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Downfall of American Slavery - Article - October 18, 1862 - (10 paragraphs)
  • Foreign Intelligence - Article - October 25, 1862 - (18 paragraphs)
  • [Captain Semmes] - Article - October 25, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The following is the Form of Pledge] - Article - October 25, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • London: Saturday, October 25, 1862 - Article - October 25, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - November 1, 1862 - (13 paragraphs)
  • [Some of the Pennsylvanian Quakers and New York Shakers] - Article - November 1, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Mr. Consul Bunch] - Article - November 1, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The President of Hayti] - Article - November 1, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Lord Lyons] - Article - November 1, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Mr. Cobden Addressed a Crowded Meeting] - Article - November 1, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [Joe Balding] - Article - November 1, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • London, Saturday, November 1, 1862 - Article - November 1, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign And Colonial News - Article - November 8, 1862 - (20 paragraphs)
  • The Confederate States of America - Article - November 8, 1862 - (5 paragraphs)
  • Oil-Springs at Tarr Farm, Oil Creek, Venango County, Pennsylvania--See Supplement, Page 506. - Illustration - November 8, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    Oil-Springs at Tarr Farm, Oil Creek, Venango County, Pennsylvania--See Supplement, Page 506.
    vol.41, no.1173, p.488. November 8, 1862

  • London, Saturday, November 8, 1862 - Article - November 8, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Scientific News - Article - November 8, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The American Oil-Wells - Article - November 8, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Foreign And Colonial News - Article - November 15, 1862 - (19 paragraphs)
  • Despatch of the French Government on Mediation in America - Article - November 15, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • [The Alta-California of Oct. 1] - Article - November 15, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Confederate Sloop-of-War '290,' or Alabama, Leaving the Merchant-Ship Tonowanda.--See Supplement, Page 535. - Illustration - November 15, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Confederate Sloop-of-War "290," or Alabama, Leaving the Merchant-Ship Tonowanda.--See Supplement, Page 535.
    vol.41, no.1174, p.513. November 15, 1862

  • London, Saturdya, November 15, 1862 - Article - November 15, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • The Civil War in America: The Last Stand Made by the Federals at Manassas.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - November 15, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: The Last Stand Made by the Federals at Manassas.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol.41, no.1174, p.516-517. November 15, 1862

  • The Civil War in America: View, From the West, of Richmond, Virginia, Capital of the Confederate States.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - November 15, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: View, From the West, of Richmond, Virginia, Capital of the Confederate States.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol.41, no.1174, p.516-517. November 15, 1862

  • The Civil War in America: Camp of the Confederate Marines at Drury's Bluff, on the James River.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.--See Next Page. - Illustration - November 15, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Camp of the Confederate Marines at Drury's Bluff, on the James River.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.--See Next Page.
    vol.41, no.1174, p.520. November 15, 1862

  • The Civil War in America: Drury's Bluff, A Confederate Position on the James River, Near Richmond.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist. - Illustration - November 15, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Civil War in America: Drury's Bluff, A Confederate Position on the James River, Near Richmond.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
    vol.41, no.1174, p.521. November 15, 1862

  • Illustrations of the War in America. - Article - November 15, 1862 - (5 paragraphs)
  • The Alabama ("290"). - Article - November 15, 1862 - (4 paragraphs)
  • Captain Semmes, of the Confederate States' Sloop-of-War Alabama ('290'). Major-General 'Stonewall' Jackson, of the Confederate Army.--See Page 606. - Illustration - December 6, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    Captain Semmes, of the Confederate States' Sloop-of-War Alabama ('290'). Major-General "Stonewall" Jackson, of the Confederate Army.--See Page 606.
    vol.41, no.1175, p.589. December 6, 1862

  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - November 22, 1862 - (14 paragraphs)
  • The Proposed Mediation in America - Article - November 22, 1862 - (3 paragraphs)
  • [The Present Population of the City of San Francisco] - Article - November 22, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society] - Article - November 22, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • London, Saturday, November 22, 1862 - Article - November 22, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • President Lincoln's Coup-D'Etat - Article - November 29, 1862 - (6 paragraphs)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - November 29, 1862 - (16 paragraphs)
  • [Captain Mullan, of the United States Army] - Article - November 29, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [It is Reported that Captain Maury] - Article - November 29, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Captain Semmes. - Article - December 6, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - December 6, 1862 - (16 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, December 6, 1862 - Article - December 6, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • General "Stonewall" Jackson. - Article - December 6, 1862 - (4 paragraphs)
  • [During the Present War in America] - Article - December 6, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [In Reply to the Complaints sent to the Foreign Office] - Article - December 6, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [At the Washington Post-office] - Article - December 6, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [The Newly-formed Emancipation Society] - Article - December 6, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - December 13, 1862 - (18 paragraphs)
  • [The Hibiscus Mosheutos] - Article - December 13, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • London, Saturday, December 13, 1862 - Article - December 13, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • [In Freeport, Illinois] - Article - December 13, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Foreign and Colonial News - Article - December 20, 1862 - (31 paragraphs)
  • London: Saturday, December 20, 1862 - Article - December 20, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Democratic Procession in New York. - Article - December 20, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • The Election of Mr. Horatio Seymour, Governor of the State of New York: Democratic Procession Passing the New York Hotel. - Illustration - December 20, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    The Election of Mr. Horatio Seymour, Governor of the State of New York: Democratic Procession Passing the New York Hotel.
    vol.41, no.1179, p.656. December 20, 1862

  • Foreign Intelligence - Article - December 27, 1862 - (18 paragraphs)
  • London, Saturday, December 27, 1862 - Article - December 27, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Echoes of the Week - Article - December 27, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
  • Illustrations of the War in America. - Article - December 27, 1862 - (2 paragraphs)
  • Recruiting in New York: The Irish Zouaves.--See Preceding Page. - Illustration - December 27, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    Recruiting in New York: The Irish Zouaves.--See Preceding Page.
    vol.41, no.1180, p.696. December 27, 1862

  • Fort Lafayette, The American Bastille for Political Prisoners. - Illustration - December 27, 1862 - (1 paragraph)
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    Fort Lafayette, The American Bastille for Political Prisoners.
    vol.41, no.1180, p.696. December 27, 1862

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