1915 COUNTRY LIFE Magazine LEYLAND Haggerston BEACON HOUSE PAINSWICK (2790)

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This is an original but USED magazine, not a scan and not a later re-print.

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Twenty Three pages (46 sides) from a weekly issue of:

COUNTRY LIFE

……………………. DATED 1915 ……………………

Edward Burgess Hudson (1854 -1936) was the founder of Country Life magazine in 1897.

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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:

Miss Joan Leyland - full front page photograph by Val L'Estrange of 135 Sloane St. London SW. Info. daughter of Christopher John Leyland of Haggerston Castle, Beal, Northumberland. The frontispiece caption on the reverse of the page states that the castle had been given over as a hospital for wounded officers.

A Cottage and Its Economies - four photographs of a cottage, garden and interior.


What Yorkshire Has Done for the War - The East Riding Part III:

The Hon. Hugo Denison

Colonel Sir Mark Sykes

Lieutenant Colonel A. G. Shaw

Captain B. Farrell

Major C. E. Thielmann

Captain Edgar Walker - Killed at the First Battle of Ypres


Scenes on the Marne in France:

A Ruined Chateau at Montdement on the Marne

Ruined Cottages at Sommesous

The Ruined Mairie at Sommeil

Coming Back From the Trenches at Clermont en Argonne

A Congregation of Soldiers Out of Church

Heroes Wearing the Medaille Militaire and Croix de Guerre

Words and Music to Ave Caesar, Morituri te Salutant


Article entitled Italy in War Time:

Mother and Baby in the Sunshine of Southern Italy

Two Older Women Exchanging War New - one knitting and the other spinning wool on a stick

Gossips in Volterra Market Place

Valle di Cadore, Italian Tyrol - Women washing at a communal area

A Ravenna Fisherman Keenlyside.

A Man Smoking A Pipe under A Statue of a Lion in Florence

On the Cobbles at Nesso - a boy on a donkey and children sitting on the cobbles playing

Wounded Soldiers in the Garden of an Old Monastery


Beacon House, Painswick, Gloucester - eight photographs and a small floor plan:

The Street Front

Top of the Stairs - full page

The Foot of the Stairs

Fireplace in the Drawing Room

Drawing Room Door

Range in the Kitchen

The Roof Parapet

Fireplace in the Dining Room

Floor Plan of Beacon house


The Star And Garter at Richmond, a View From Across the Thames

Fox Cubs and Their Ways - three photographs

Gardening: Orchis Latifolia - - White Speedwell, Veronica Spicata Alba at Wisley - - Veronica Spicata in the Royal Horticultural Society's Rock Garden


Correspondence Page - Photographs Sent in by Readers:

The Fly: Volucella Pellucns and Stomoxys Calcitrans - From EKP

A Fasciated Delphinium - From "Kent"

Expeditious Sheep Shearing - From J. M. Campbell

The Warren Inn Dartmoor, Where the Fire Has Burned for 100 Years - Arthur O. Cooke

The Knitters: Two Soldiers Passing the Time Knitting - From H. Phillips

Tagale and Her LEmberg Colt - From J. M. Walmsley


Full page of adverts: J. C. Vickery Military Canes and Walking Sticks - - The Bromsgrove Guild Garde Figure - - Colgate Talc Powder - - Allen's Fadeless Durobelle Curtains

YMCA and The Munition Centres - full page advert for an appeal for the YMCA refreshment buildings etc. in the munition factories

Making Shrapnes at the Works of Wolseley Motors Ltd

a 9.5hp Standard Car on the Bridgnorth Bewdley Road

Full page of adverts including Burberrys - - - Eley Cartridges - - etc


Fashion Pages:

A Simple Tea Gown - Fashion Sketch by W. Brooke Alder

Practical Suggestions for Working Attire: Four Outfits - fashion drawings by W. Brooke Alder

Full page of Adverts including Goodyear etc

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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:
 

Country Notes includes:

Administration of the Grant for the Improvement of Livestock with mention of Mr E. J. Cheney

Madame Duclaux and her poem

Mister Lovat Fraser on the Registration Returns with mention of Lord Esher. Papers sent out to households demanding the names of inmates fit for military service.

Series Accident to the Irish Mail train twenty miles south of Rugby

Sinking of a Transport Ship in the Aegean Sea

Recruiting English Nurses on the French Lines with mention of Lady Barclay


The Wood at Sucy. July 1915 - Poem by Mary Duclaux

The Birth of a Song - short poem by Isabel Butchart

A Cottage and Its Economies


What Yorkshire has Done for the War, The East Riding with mention of: Lieutenant Colonel Richard Benson - Captain Walker Son of Admiral Walker of The Ball, Befverley - Major Thielmann - Captain Farrell - Lieutenant Colonel G. A. E> Wilkinson of Dringhouses Manor - Captain Wormald of the 7th Hussars - Captain Edwyn Walker of Millmount - Captain Percy Green - Mr Edward Arthur Lycett Green - David Lycett Green on the Inflexible - Lord Deramore of Heslington - Rev George Palmes of Naburn - Mr Guy Palmes of Lingcroft - Mr Harry Preston of Moreby Hall - Second Lieutenant W. M. Dunnington-Jefferson of Thicket Priory - Colonel Philip Saltmarshe - Mr L. Garforth of Westow Hall near Malton - Colonel Sir James Legard of Welham Hall - The Hon. Tatton Willoughby - Hon. Claud Willoughby - Lt. Col. Sir Mark Sykes - Mr Reive - Mr T. L. Wickham Boynton of Burton Agnes - Mr William Adrian Bethell of Rise Park - Lieutenant Chichester Constable of Burton Constable - Mr Charles Percy Sykes of West Ella - The Hon. Guy Greville Wilson MP West Hull - Hon. Hugo Denison.


Ruined Homesteads on the Marne in France (to be continued)

Italy in War Time by The Hon. Alethea Wiel

Beacon House, Painswick, Gloucestershire by St. Clair Baddeley - info. Welbore St Clair Baddeley

Marshland by T. M. H.

Waste Lands and Modern Methods of Reclaiming Them Part VI by Henry Vendelmans

The Star and Garter at Richmond on Thames as a Hospital by Henry B. Wheatley DCL

Fox Cubs and Their Ways by R. Clapham

Public School Men at the Universities by "Tutor Emeritus"

Literature: Books of the Week

Gardening article by F. W. Harvey


Correspondence Page: Letters from Readers include:

Wiltshire and the War - From Pamela Adeane with mention of Richard Wyndham (short)

A Dorset Hero? - From G. W with mention of Bampfylde Moore Carew

To The Front - From J.C. An account of a wife saying goodbye to her soldier husband at a railway station

Destruction of Flies - From Maud Glyn (short)

Robin Run the Hedge - from H. A'C Penruddocke

Morality in Partridges - from T. H. Browne

Indifference of Birds to Shell Fire - From Horace G. Hutchinson


Racing Notes

Modern Alchemy by William Schooling - article on Annuities, insurance etc.


The Automobile World:

Shell Making by thge Wolseley Company

The Use and Abuse of Brakes

Action by the British Motor Trade with mention of Mr Horace Wyatt

The Automobile Association and French Wounded with mention of Mr A. B. E. Cheeseman - Sir Francis Bertie - Colonel LE Roy-Lewis - etc.


Shooting Notes: Animals and Birds of Prey Killed in Sweden in 1914-15 - - - Big Game Kille in Norway in 1915. List of areas, towns etc

Modes and Moods - fashion pages by L.M.M.

Woodcraft and Hound Work on Exmoor

Paragraph on the YMCA with mention of Lrod Derby - Lady Wimborne - Lieutenant Rodney - Mrs Churchill.

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The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.

It measures 360 x 235 mm (14 x 9.25 inches ). There is no outer cover, the original advertising cover and supplement pages have been removed, approx five pages. The spine is loose and has been repaired/reinforced at some time with like paper. The pages are loose with binding marks through-out. There is a little age yellowing.

The images are in b& w unless otherwise stated. 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. This item will be packaged in a tube.

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 but everything listed above is present, but if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. If you require information on size of articles (i.e. number of words), sizes of images, please ask before bidding or buying. The process of the page numbering in the Country Life issues are applied in a yearly sequence and therefore do not start at page 1.

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Product Code (2790)
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