Images of Formosa in the Illustrated London News, 1859-1890.

"Method of fixing the hair." Illustrated London News Vol. 35, No. 995 (24 September 1859):294. "Our artist sketching." Illustrated London News Vol. 35, No. 995 (24 September 1859):294. "Formosan hut." Illustrated London News Vol. 35, No. 995 (24 September 1859):294.
"Our artist crossing a stream." Illustrated London News Vol. 35, No. 995 (24 September 1859):294. "Sugar godown, or warehouse." Illustrated London News Vol. 35, No. 1001 (5 November 1859):443. "A clerical jig." Illustrated London News Vol. 35, No. 1001 (5 November 1859):443.
"Swinhoe's pheasant, lately added to the collection of the zoological society of London." Illustrated London News Vol. 47, No. ? (23 September 1865):289. "Conflict between HMS Cormorant and the savages of Formosa." Illustrated London News Vol. 50, No. ? (15 June 1867):600. Engraving from sketch by Mr. W.N. Fencock, assistant paymaster of H.M.S. Cormorant. "Women of Pepo-wan." Illustrated London News Vol. 85, No. 2368 (6 September 1884):229. From Thomson photo.
"Sylvan lane at Tai-wan-fu." Illustrated London News Vol. 85, No. 2368 (6 September 1884):229. From Thomson photo. "Prawn-fishing." Illustrated London News Vol. 85, No. 2368 (6 September 1884):229. From Thomson photo. "Surf-raft on the coast." Illustrated London News Vol. 85, No. 2368 (6 September 1884):229. From Thomson photo.
"Fort of Zelandia, built by early Dutch settlers." Illustrated London News Vol. 85, No. 2368 (6 September 1884):229. From Thomson photo. "Kelung city and harbour, bombarded by the French." Illustrated London News Vol. 85, No. 2373 (11 October 1884):340. From Waseda photo (plate 7). "Tumbling in the quicksands." Illustrated London News Vol. 96, No. 2651 (8 February 1890):181. Engraving from sketch by Mr. Edmund Hornby Grimani, who lived in Takow fro several months.
"Canoeing at Takow, Formosa." Illustrated London News Vol. 96, No. 2651 (8 February 1890):181. Engraving from sketch by Mr. Edmund Hornby Grimani, who lived in Takow fro several months. "A savage chief returning with reinforcements." Illustrated London News Vol. 96, No. 2653 (22 February 1890):240. Engraving from sketch by Mr. Edmund Hornby Grimani, who lived in Takow fro several months. "First sight of an aboriginal savage." Illustrated London News Vol. 96, No. 2653 (22 February 1890):240. Engraving from sketch by Mr. Edmund Hornby Grimani, who lived in Takow fro several months.
"Quaint performance at a savage entertainment." Illustrated London News Vol. 96, No. 2653 (22 February 1890):240. Engraving from sketch by Mr. Edmund Hornby Grimani, who lived in Takow fro several months. "A hazardous descent." Illustrated London News Vol. 96, No. 2655 (8 March 1890):300. Engraving from sketch by Mr. Edmund Hornby Grimani, who lived in Takow fro several months. "Pursued by water buffaloes." Illustrated London News Vol. 96, No. 2655 (8 March 1890):300. Engraving from sketch by Mr. Edmund Hornby Grimani, who lived in Takow fro several months.
"The savages feel our muscle." Illustrated London News Vol. 96, No. 2656 (15 March 1890):333. Engraving from sketch by Mr. Edmund Hornby Grimani, who lived in Takow for several months. "Halt on the road." Illustrated London News Vol. 96, No. 2656 (15 March 1890):333. Engraving from sketch by Mr. Edmund Hornby Grimani, who lived in Takow for several months. "Welcome by an olde Chinese friend." Illustrated London News Vol. 96, No. 2659 (5 April 1890):436. Engraving from a sketch by Mr. Edmund Hornby Grimani, who lived in Takow for several months.
"Flight of savage chief and his tribe." Illustrated London News Vol. 96, No. 2659 (5 April 1890):436. Engraving from a sketch by Mr. Edmund Hornby Grimani, who lived in Takow for several months. "Crossing the lagoon by a gale." Illustrated London News Vol. 96, No. 2659 (5 April 1890):436. Engraving from a sketch by Mr. Edmund Hornby Grimani, who lived in Takow for several months. "Sketches in Formosa: Arrival in Bankimsing." Illustrated London News Vol. 96, No. 2659 (5 April 1890):437. Engraving from a sketch by Mr. Edmund Hornby Grimani, who lived in Takow for several months.
"Sketches in Formosa: Farewell to Bankimsing." Illustrated London News Vol. 96, No. 2659 (5 April 1890):439. Engraving from a sketch by Mr. Edmund Hornby Grimani, who lived in Takow for several months. "Sketches in Formosa: In a bamboo forest." Illustrated London News Vol. 96, No. 2661 (19 April 1890):496. Engraving from a sketch by Mr. Edmund Hornby Grimani, who lived in Takow for several months. "The island of Formosa.The Illustrated London News No. 46, Vol. II (18 Mar 1843): 182. 

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