THE MILLION Newspaper was a Victorian Era newspaper Edited By GEO. NEWNES and published weekly. The paper is on good quality newsprint and the print quality is excellent....many of the illustrations are from engravings...probably wood cuts, so the definition is very good and the colouring is also well done. The paper size is 17" x 11 3/4".There is also printing on reverse. A Front cover Page for the JULY 16th 1892 Edition... 'MISS JULIA NEILSON'.
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Julia Neilson (12 June 1868 - 27 May 1957) was an English actress best remembered for her numerous performances as Lady Blakeney in The Scarlet Pimpernel, as well as for her roles in many tragedies and historical romances, and for her portrayal of Rosalind in a long-running production of As You Like It. She was the daughter of Alexander Riche Neilson, a jeweler, and his wife Emily Davis. Neilson married actor Fred Terry (brother of actress Ellen Terry) and was the mother of actress Phyllis Neilson-Terry (born 1892) and actor Dennis Neilson-Terry.
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