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Title The Illustrated London News Vol.18
Section Section III: The Visible Empire
Date 1851
Document Type Journal, Illustration
Library London Library
Notes Only pages relevant to the Great Exhibition.
Region Europe, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, South East Asia, Africa, South America, North America, Australasia
Names Joseph Paxton (pp7-8, 10, 42, 343-344, 360), Professor Cowper (pp9-10) Owen Jones (pp10, 26, 364, 424), Fox, Henderson and Co. (pp9-10, 26, 98), Queen Victoria (pp312, 328, 347, 350-351, 392, 398-399, 423), Prince Albert (pp312, 344, 358, 360, 372, 378-379, 399, 559-560, 623), Duke of Wellington (pp327-328), W. Blanchard Jerrold (pp372, 404, 497, 529-532), Mrs Chisholm (pp378-379), Napoleon (pp404-405), Sir Godfrey De Bouillon (p406), Prince of Wales (p522), Giovanni Maria Benzoni (p522)
Places Great Britain, England, City of London, Scotland, Glasgow (p58), Austria (pp359, 456, 489, 524), France (pp10, 43, 359, 372-373, 404, 425, 455-456, 489, 492-493), Paris (pp10, 43), Germany (pp27, 457, 489, 497), Holland (p27), Belgium (pp489, 561), Italy (pp392-393, 456, 522, 524, 561), Rome (pp98, 522, 524, 561), Switzerland (pp392, 456), Portugal (pp392, 456), Spain (pp393, 456), Russia (p597), Turkey (p596), China (pp391, 456, 560), India (pp392, 489, 560, 564, 608), Sri Lanka, Ceylon (pp371-372), Indonesia, Java (p489), Egypt (pp392, 456, 564-565), Tunisia (pp392, 493-494, 564-565), Switzerland (p58), British Guiana, Guyana (pp457-458), United States of America, USA (pp58, 489, 493, 565), Canada (pp372, 456, 494-495, 597), Australia (pp372, 456), New Zealand (pp372, 456)
Topics newspaper articles, exhibitions, The Great Exhibition, Crystal Palace, Palace of Industry, details of construction and architecture of Great Exhibition building (pp7-9, 26, 58, 71, 319, 592), Hyde Park (pp7, 26, 42, 96-98), destruction of trees and greenery in Hyde Park (pp7-8, 42, 310, 378), Professor Cowper's lecture on the construction of the Industrial Palace (pp9, 10), registering for goods to be exhibited (p10), plans by international manufacturers for exhibits (pp10, 26, 27), details of exhibits (pp27, 58, 72, 328, 360-363, 392-397, 400, 402-403, 426-427, 456-459, 478-479, 487-500, 519-523, 528, 560-565, 568-573, 591-596, 603-604), engineering (pp400-401, 432), raw materials (pp360, 368, 393, 456, 495, 528, 565, 568), chemical and pharmaceutical products (p492), machinery (pp361, 368, 372, 488-489, 493, 521), agricultural implements (pp368, 428, 489, 500), Royal Agricultural Society (p368), agriculture in East India (p489), food (p560), food preserved for voyages (p560), edible slugs from China and India (p560), edible bird's nests from China and India (p560), dress, costume (pp564-565), turbans (p564), absurdity of top hats compared to eastern head wear (p564), Eastern shoes (p564), pattern designs in African clothing (pp564-565), woollen and worsted fabrics (pp524, 561, 568-569), cotton manufacture in Britain (pp487-488), cotton manufacture in Europe (p489), weaving machines (pp368, 404, 487, 493), machines for colonial use (pp368, 489), military, weapons of warfare (pp490, 492, 528, 570), East India Company (pp370-371, 607), fine arts (pp361-362, 364, 365, 401-402, 424, 476, 478, 522, 524, 572, 591), Sculpture Gallery (pp524, 591), mosaics (p561), stained and painted glass (pp573-574, 594), musical instruments (pp457, 523, 565), bookbinding (pp492-493), luxury goods, silk (pp72, 393, 395-396), ivory (pp335, 371-372), production of cinnamon by Ceylon (pp371, 489), coffee (pp372, 489), diamonds (pp428, 491), gold (p565), silver (p565), platinum (pp565, 568), flowers (pp479, 522-523), the Medieval Court (pp396, 424), applications of electricity (pp397, 424), payments for preview of Exhibition construction (p98), classification of exhibits (pp360-363), decoration of the interior of the Great Exhibition building by Owen Jones (pp10, 26, 71, 311, 364, 378, 424), transport to and from the Great Exhibition (pp10, 27, 496-497), Society of Arts (pp7, 9-10), May Day state opening (pp311-312, 328, 343, 358-359, 378, 392, 398-399, 522), Great Exhibition as apotheosis of class equality (pp343-344), Great Exhibition as symbol of peace in Europe (pp343, 359, 391,392, 423), Social lessons of Great Exhibition (pp343-344, 359, 372), Colonisation Loan Society (pp378-379), History of Industrial Exhibitions (pp372, 404-405, 497-500, 529-532, 605), London during the Great Exhibition (pp423-424), future of the Crystal Palace (p423), financial problems caused by the Great Exhibition (pp424, 500), ways of lighting the exhibits (pp424-425), daguerreotypes (pp425, 492, 528), financial success of the Great Exhibition (p455), the productions of the Aborigines (p457), effect of the Great Exhibition on Parliament (p501), the first shilling day at the Great Exhibition (p501), patent printing machine invented to produce the London Illustrated News at the Great Exhibition (pp501-502), naval and maritime exhibits (pp519-521), failure to adequately represent Great Britain's naval and maritime glory (p519), lack of British art (p524), model of Noah's Ark (p528), Kilburn's photographic portraits (p528), Prince Albert's model housing for the working classes (pp559-560), Society for Improving the Dwellings of the Working Classes (p560), financial value of exhibits (p570), Chaucer and the Great Exhibition (p573), Russian Court, Canadian timber (p597), furs (p600), Horological section (p600)
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