Index to ILN Illustrations

This is a listing of illustrations included in the Illustrated London News articles in this website.


Pre-Famine Period

THE GALWAY STARVATION RIOTS – June 25, 1842
Attack on a Potato Store.

IRELAND AND THE IRISH – August 12 and October 7, 1843
Beggar-Woman and Children
Connemara Cabin
Connaught Man
Leinster Cottage
Poor Children
Peasant Girls
Idiot and Mother
Aged Beggarman
Turf-Market, Dublin
Cottage, or Cabin
Car-Drivers
Irish Physiognomy


Famine Period

THE POTATO DISEASE – October 18, 1845
(None)

INDIAN CORN IN CORK – April 4, 1846
Government Sale of Indian Corn, at Cork

THE LATE FOOD RIOTS IN IRELAND – November 7, 1846
The Mall and Mall-house, Youghal, A Scene of the Late Food Riots
Old Chapel-Road, Dungarvan, A Scene of the Late Rood Riots

FAMINE AND STARVATION IN THE COUNTY OF CORK – January 16, 1847
The Cork Society of Friends’ Soup House

MORTALITY IN SKIBBEREEN – January 30, 1847
The Famine in Ireland.– Funeral at Skibbereen— From a Sketch by Mr. H. Smith, Cork.

SKETCHES IN THE WEST OF IRELAND – February 13 and 20, 1847
Woman Begging at Clonakilty
Funeral at Shepperton Lakes
Skibbereen, from Clover-hill
Old Chapel-lane, Skibbereen
The Hut or Watch-house in the Old Chapel Yard
Harrington’s Hut
Skull, from the Ballidichob
Boy and Girl at Cahera
The Village of Mienies
Entrance to Dunmanway, from the Bridge on the Cork Road
Ballydehob, From the Skibbereen Road
Mullins’s Hut, at Scull

SOUP STORE AT CORK – March 13, 1847
The Central Soup Depot, Barrack-Street, Cork

SKETCHES IN IRELAND – August 26 – September 2, 1848
Thurles on Market-Day
Scene in a Chapel at Thurles
Going for a Licence to keep Fire-Arms
Ardfinan Castle and Village, from the North, with the Knockmeledown Mountains in the Distance
The Town of Tipperary, from the North, with the Galtee Mountains
Mills Bridge and Weir on the River Suir

EVICTIONS OF PEASANTRY IN IRELAND – December 16, 1848
The Ejectment
The Day After the Ejectment

CONDITION OF IRELAND – December 15, 1849 – February 9, 1850
The Town of Kilrush
Scalpeen
The Village of Tullig
Village of Moveen
Scalp of Brian Connor, near Kilrush Union House
Miss Kennedy Distributing Clothing at Kilrush
Searching for Potatoes in a Stubble Field
Bridget O’Donnel and Children
Scalpeen of Tim Downs, at Dunmore
Judy O’Donnel’s Habitation Under the Bridge at Doonbeg
Scalp at Cahuermore
Driving Cattle for Rent Between Ouchterard and Galway
Ruins in the Village of Carihaken, County of Galway
Keillines, near General Thompson’s Property
The Workhouse, Clifden
Cabin of Pat. Macnamara, Village of Clear
Sketch in a House at Fahey’s Quay, Ennis.– The Widow Connor and her Dying Child
The Village of Killard

THE TIDE OF EMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES AND TO THE BRITISH COLONIES – July 6, 1850
The Government Inspector’s Office
The Embarkation, Waterloo Docks, Liverpool
Dancing Between Decks
Scene Between Decks
The Departure
Searching for Stowaways
Quarter-Deck of an Emigrant Ship.– The Roll-Call

THE DEPOPULATION OF IRELAND – May 10, 1851
Irish Emigrants Leaving Home. — The Priest’s Blessing
Emigrants Arrival at Cork. — a Scene on the Quay
The Emigration Agents’ Office. — The Passage Money Paid
Emigration Vessel.– Between Decks
Departure of the “Nimrod” and “Athlone” Steamers, With Emigrants on Board, For Liverpool


Post-Famine Period

THE IRISH GLEANER: THE DAWN OF A BRIGHTER DAY – Nov. 27, 1852
The Irish Gleaner

SKETCHES OF IRISH LIFE – Jan. 24 – Feb. 21, 1857
The Irish Schoolmaster— Drawn by E. Fitzpatrick
Returning from Market, A Scene in the County of Kilkenny— Drawn by E. Fitzpatrick
Sketches of Irish Character– “The Irish Cow Doctor”— Drawn by E. Fitzpatrick

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