The Great Exhibition: its Palace, and its Principal Contents. With Notices of the Public Buildings of the Metropolis, Places of Amusement, etc.
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Describes the origins of the Great Exhibition, the building of the Crystal Palace and the arrangement of the exhibition, transport arrangements, the British contributions, smaller sections on foreign and American contributions, and a general London Guide, including a section on exhibitions such as the Colosseum, the Cyclorama, the Diorama, Burford's Panorama, a Diorama of Australia, the Gallery of Illustration and its diorama of the overland route to India and Diorama of England, the new Oriental Diorama, the Cosmorama, Fremont's Panorama of California, and panoramas of the Nile, the Queen's visit to Ireland, New Zealand, Constantinople, India, and others. Illustrations are all of the Great Exhibition. Page number(s) as given: files ending 001, 003_2, 004, 096_2 are not included in pagination, files ending 097-100_2 are pp.171-178