LADY EDITH VILLERS Cloud Lakes Laggan Canada SUSSEX IRONWORK Shrubland Park near IpswichDONKEY STUD AT AMPTHILL Reive
Original Antique Weekly Magazine
This first part of the description lists the images/photographs:
Lady Edith Villiers Daughter of The Earl of Clarendon - full front page photograph by Lallie Charles of Titchfield Rd London NW.
Canada: The Bow River in Banff.
Canada and The Cloud Lakes in Laggan.
Golf at Cassiobury Park: Braid and Taylor, The Champion in the Act of Putting.
Four photographs of Rivers entitled "A Favourite Pool " by T. H. Webb.
Sussex Ironwork The Past Industry: An Iron Gate at Buxted, A Fire Back, Iron Fire Grate Dated 1694,
A Roman Statuette, Fire Back, Fire Back Dated 1371.
Children of the Hon. Lady Francis Knollys - photograph by R. N. Speaight of 178 Regent St London
Shrubland park near Ipswich The Seat of Baron de Saumarez:
The Upper Temple with A View Down to a Lower Temple.
View of the Gardens Looking South - full page.
The East Terrace and Fountain.
South Front and Gardens.
The Terraces and Gardens and Trees.
Terrace and Panel Garden with Statues, Fountain and Stairway.
View of the Great Stairway from Reive the Garden.
A Temple, Fern Gates, The Green Walk.
The Donkey Stud Owned by Mr A. H. Wingfield of Ampthill House, Ampthill:
Imported White Persian Asses and Foals.
Egyptian Stallion Ass - man on the ass, possibly Mr Wingfield, lady in the background.
A South African Donkey with Handler.
The Cawthorpe Oak: Winter View - from an old print in Dr Hunters edition of Evelyns "Sylva".
The Same Oak After Two Hundred Years - photograph.
Racing: Foxhall - photograph of horse and handler by W. A. Rouch.
Banner from artwork by Harold Nelson for an article on Falconry.
Major C. Hawkins Fisher and His Falcon.
Correspondence Page with Photographs from Readers:
Why Do Partridges Tower, Three Rontgen Ray Photographs of Partridges - From Henry A. Roome, Member of the Rontgen Society, Fellow Royal Photographic Society.
Swan Upping and A Book of Swan Marks From a Chart Dated 1650 - From S. Whittell Key, M.A.
Four Horned Black Sheep of The St Kilda Breed - From Ovis.
This second part of the description features a list of articles and features, not accompanied by illustrations unless mentioned above. They include:
The Return of Duke and Duchess of Cornwall After Their World Tour (later George V).
Country Notes with mention of Major General Sir Henry Trotter - Duke of Devonshire at Liverpool - General Buller - The Assassin Mister McKinley Executed by Electricity in The United States - The South Africa and Guerilla Leader De Wet - Death of Abdur Rahman Khan - and Accession of Habibullah Khan - Ther Mad Mullah - All Saints Day and Halloween - Price of Wheat in the US - Woman Goes Over Niagara Falls in a Barrel - Tobacco Growing in Ireland - M. Miel - Mr Tegetmeier and Pear Eating Tits - The Gannets of the Bass Rock and The New loght Lighthouse - Coverts and Shooting.
Canada - The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York in the Rockies with mention of Lady Minto - Poplar Point Manitoba - Banff.
President Roosevelt as a Sportsman.
Fishing and A Favourite Pool.
Mrs Riggles and a "Situation" Short Story by Evelyne E. Rynd b.c.
The Past Iron Industry in Sussex.
Autumn Poultry The Pullets by A. Newport.
A Tur'ble Chap Funny poem by Harold Begbie about Ole Joe Gay of Compton Regis written in the local loght dialect.
Wild Country Life with ref. to Geese Rabbits Sparrows Migration of Birds and Wind.
Oaks and Acorns by K. Hughes.
Falconry The Falconers Troubles Written by Major C. H. Fisher of The Castle Stroud with a note by the editor of his recent death.
Severn Salmon Fishing.
Correspondence Letters From Readers: C. A. Leatham - Henry A. Roome - S. Whittell Key. Sleekburnc. 0211
16 pages (32 sides). It measures 360 x 240 mm (14 x 9.5 inches ). There is no advertising wrap. The front cover has a few very small tears/curls to top edge (see scan). This issue has had the Property For Sale Supplement, advertising pages, and other pages removed. The spine has been repaired/reinforced at some time; this repair several splits (please see scan of spine). The inside pages are clean; have binding witness marks throughout, and some pages are loose. There is some age yellowing with some spotting. 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.
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