1901 COUNTRY LIFE Magazine BEATRIX DE LA POUR BERESFORD Aldridges Stables (5520)

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Beatrix Frances Marchioness of Waterford JOHN CHARLES DE LA POER BERESFORD Reinhold Thiele FISH Aldridges STables London BROCKENHURST PARK HANTS Jane Dowager Lady Carew

 

COUNTRY LIFE

Original Antique Magazine

DATED 1901

 

This first part of the description features a list of Images i.e. photographs, sketches, drawings etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include:

The Marchioness of Waterford and Her Baby Son - full front page photograph by Richard n. Speaight of 178 Regent St. London - info. nee Beatrix Frances de la Poer Beresford nee Petty-Fitzmaurice (later Beatrix Beauclerk, Duchess of St Albans ); son John Charles de la Poer Beresford.


Fish - Photographs by Reinhold Thiele

Weever

Monk Fish or Angel Fish

Horse Mackerel

Angler Fish

Lumpsucker

Blue Shark

John Dory

Red Mullet (record size)


Aldridges Horse Repository St. Martins Lane London:

The Stabling

The Galleries at

Row of Stalls

Exterior Front View of the Building

Aldridges As It Used to Be

As It Used to Be - Our Horsey Great Grandfathers


The Earl of Gifford and His Brothers: Lord Arthur Hay; Lord Edward Hay - photograph by W. Crooke - info. Sons of the Marquis of Tweeddale, William George Montagu Hay - Arthur Vincent Hay - Edward Douglas John Hay


The Norfolk Broads and The Public, Part II:

Horning Ferry-view of a thatched house, boat etc

South Walsham-photograph by G. W. Wilson - boats, houses, farm buildings and workers etc

A Norfolk Wherry-sailing boat

Wroxham Broads-photograph by G. W. Wilson - boat or wherry, with what looks like, remains of landing stage in foreground

A Mill on the Marsh .

A Summers Day-boat on the braods


Brokenhurst Park in Hampshire - The Seat of Mrs Morant:

The Emperors Court-steps leading up to a terrace with manicured hedges etc

The Canal At Brokenhurst - full page

The Emperors Entrance c.keenlyside.

The Medlar and Green Court

Statues of the Roman Emperors Around the Pool - full page

The Court on the Eastern Side

Hedged Corridor

Fountain Court with Tall Hedges

Info. near the Village of Brockenhurst Hants


Snipe Snaring in India - two photographs entitled: Mir Shikari - - The Brushwood Screen


A Cat Patting a Shadow-photograph by J. S. Bond

Gardens and The Lily: Lilium Testaceum int he Garden Landscape Miel - - - Lilium Auratum - - - The White Lily in a Cottage Garden


The Dowager Lady Carew - Who Died in Her 103rd Year-photograph by G. D. Croker - info. nee Jane Catherine Cliffe daughter of Major Anthony Cliffe

A Famous Race Horse Owned by Leopold de Rothschild: Doricles - from a Painting by T. P. Earl

A Primitive Ferry Between Valencia Island and the Mainland: A Horse Crossing the Channel - a photograph sent to Correspondence Page by a reader G. L. Pedley - aka Valentia Island or Dairbhre, Ireland

A Camellia Fruit on the Tree - photograph sent in by Frank D. Brocklehurst

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This second part of the description features items of news articles etc but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include:

Then and Now Column - Ref. to Lord Dufferin

Country Notes Page - with mention of The Hay Pauncefote Treaty a Canal Betweern the Gulf of Mexico and Pacific Ocean - Lord Salisbury - - Lord Monkswell, Mister Shaw Lefevre and Stonehenge - - The Kaiser - - mr Barry O'Brien - - Cricket and Mr Maclaren, Mr W. J. Ford - - D. Reive - - Dr Warre - - Salmon Angling

Fish Gossip by F. G. Aflalo

The New Aldridge's in St Martins Lane

Another Danger to Grouse Shooters by " Argus Olive "

Such Stuff as Dreams are Made Of - Mister Horace Hutchinson - by P. A. G. - info. Peter Anderson Graham the editor

The Norfolk Broads and The Public - Part II - by Walter Rye - on land owners excluding the public from the Broads

Gardening Page

Mrs Riggles Discloses the Situation - by Evelyn E. Rynd - short story

O'er Field and Furrow - Fox Hunting column with mention of Lord Doune's Coverts at Dingley - - TheCottesmore - - Tilton Stonepits - - The Quorn - - Mr Fernie's Hunts - - Caudwell Coverts - - Athgerstone Hounds at Three Pots - - Mr and Mrs Talbot Rice - - Mr Charles McNeill - - Lady Barbara Dudley Smith - - Captain E. D. Miller DSO - - etc

A Centenarian Lady: Dowager Lady Carew.

Racing by " Bucephalus "

Wild Country Life; The Evasive Hare - - Pheasant Intelligencer - - Herons Defence - - Punishment of a Poacher - By E. K. R.

Golf by Horace Hutchinson

The Late Lord Chief Justice - Charles Arthur Russell, Baron Russell of Killowen - by E. T. Cook

W. E. H. And R. L. S. - William Ernest Henley and Robert Louis Stevenson


Correspondence Page - Letters from Readers:

Do Dogs Think? - from Evelyn Martinengo-Cesaresco

Red Ballast for Roads - from Robert Weir Schultz the architect - info. aka R. W. S. Weir.

Primitive Ferry - from G. L. Pedley

A Loaders Lament sleekburnc.

Back to the Land - from Menie Muriel Norman - info. wife of Henry Norman MP later The Hon. Sir 1st Bart.

The Camellia Fruit - from Frank D. Brocklehurst

Encouraging Rooks - from C. M. Bott

Remiss Authorities - from John Worthington.
 

CONDITION/DIMENSIONS

16 pages (32 sides) approx. It measures 360 x 240 mm (14 x 9.5 inches ). There is no advertising cover. This issue has had the Property For Sale Supplement, advertising pages, and other pages removed, but everything described above is present. The spine had been reinforced/repaired (see scan). There are binding witness marks on the inside pages through-out. There is a littleage yellowing with some spotting; otherwise it is reasonabley clean.Some of the pages may have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age - anything more than minor will be mentioned in the main body of the description. PLEASE NOTE: I cannot guarantee that the issue is complete 'as published' - but what I have described above IS present. There are pages missing as described above so if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. The process of the page numbering in The Country Life carry on from the previous issues therefore do not start at number 1. This item will be packaged in a tube unless otherwise requested.The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.

Quotation or speech marks in the text describes the content in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page. "Info." in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text.

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