1915 COUNTRY LIFE Magazine KATHERINE CRICHTON Lord Hindlip MURTHLY CASTLE (8790)

Product code: 2Oct1915 (8790) 26Jan2017
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Katherine Trefusis Crichton MURTHLY CASTLE PERTHSHIRE House on Tilmore Lane Petersfield Hants LORD HINDLIP Lebanon Cedars RATHLIN ISLAND Gertrude Jekyll GABRIELE D'ANNUNZIO London Salon of Photography



COUNTRY LIFE

Original Weekly Magazine

DATED 1915


Frontispiece Cover Photograph: Hon. Mrs Arthur Crichton and Her Children - photo by Speaight of 157 New Bond St. W. - Info. Katherine Helen Elizabeth nee Trefusis with children Michael and Jean.


Principal Contents and Features on:

London Salon of Pictorial Photography Exhibition at 5a Pall Mall, London: Birth of a Battleship by F. J. Mortimer - The Raider (aeroplane over a beach) by Melville Mackay - The Ship Undaunted (symbol of the passenger Offices of the White Star, Red Star American Holland etc and various other lines; in London. Full page) by Hector Murchison - The Crescent (country garden scene) by W. H. Rabe - x4 pictures and article/review.

Cedars of Lebanon: Lebanon Villages of Hasrun and Bsherreh - A Partiarch of the Grove (Maronite) - Overlooking the Bsherreh Grove - etc. - x5 pics., and text/article by Douglas Carruthers.

Rathlin Island, Ireland: The Wheatear - Turnstones - Rock Formation at Doon Point - Bird Rocks of the Western Cliffs - x4pics., and text/article by Maud D. Haviland.

Murthly Castle, Perthshire, the Seat of Mr W. Steuart-Fothringham - x12 pics., and article by Lawrence Weaver.

Gardens: Bignor Park Rhododendrons Shaded by Cedars etc. - Orange Red Hips of Rosa Moyesii - x2 pics. By reginald A. Malby, and text/article by CQ.


What Worcestershire Has Done for the War - x11 pics:

Earl of Dudley IC Worcestershire Yeomanry - info. William Humble Ward.

Hon. Gerald Ward Reported Missing.

Lord Hindlip General Staff - info. Charles Allsopp.

Lieutenant H. James VC for Gallantry at the Dardanelles - info. Herbert.

Captain Ronald Lechmere, Wounded

2nd Lt. Roger Chance MC, Wounded.

Lt. Gen. Sir Francis J. Davies IC Army Corps.

Lt. C. J. Dudley Smith, Killed in Action.

Captain The Hon. R. Lygon, Grenadier Guards.

The Hon. H. Lygon, Scottish Yeomanry.

Lord Windsor, on Lord Methuens Staff at Malta.

The article by MJ mentions many others (no pics) and various battles: Captain Pepys of Worcestershire Regiment - Capt. Gerald LeaLt. Frederick Curtler at St Julien - Drummer Howard of C Company - Langemarck - Zonnebeke - Reytel - Hooge - La Bassee - Major General Hubert Hamilton - Lt. Underhill - 2nd Manchester Regt - Mons - 2nd Corps - Spanbroek Molen - Private Suffolk - Private Willington - Sgt Drinkhall - Corporal Mansell - Lt Col. Stuart - Festubert - Neuve Chapelle - Major John Winnington - Lt Col. Wodehouse - Sir Francis Davies - 88th Brigade, 29th Div - V Beach Gallipoli - Seddul-Bahr - Lt Gen Hunter Weston - Lord Deerhurst - Hon. Charles Coventry - Lord Dudley - Hon. Archer Wiondsor-Clive - Coldstream Guards - Hon. Humphrey Pakington - Major Hon. John Lyttleton - Worcestershire Yeomanry - Hon. G. W. Lyttleton - Hon. A. P. Allsopp - Major the Hon. Ernest Allsopp - Mr Robert Woodward of Arley Castle - T. S. Reive - Mr R Nash of The Noak - Capt Brodie of Broadwas Court - Lt Donald Francis Brodie - Mr A. C.Cherry of Henwick Hall - Sub Lt. Lancelot Cherry - Dardanelles - Captain R. G. Cherry - Mr P. A. B. Cherry 10th Northumberland Fusiliers - M. Miel - Hon. Mrs Britten of Kenswick Manor - Lt Forester Britten - Lt. C. R. Britten - Mr Goerge Chance - Sec. Lt Roger Chance - Lt W. H. S. Chance - Mr Berington of Little Malvern Court - Capt Charles M. Berington - Lt John J. Berington Royal Marines - Sir Edmund LechMere - Capt Ronald Lechmere - Lt Col. Hon. H. Davey of Hopton Court - Sir Francis Winnington - Mr John W. F. Winninton - Major John Francis Sartorius Winnington - Sir Joh Floley Grey - Major Maurice Berkeley - Col. T. Mowbray Berkeley - Capt. Habet Berkeley - Rev. Oswald Berkeley - Maj. Christopher Berkeley - Lt. C. W. Hooper of Powick - Admiral Cuming - Mr C. W. Dyson Perrins - Mr J. A. Dyson Perrins Seaforth Highlanders - Charles F. Dyson Perrins Worcestershire Battery - Capt E. B. AMphlett - john Amphlett of Clent - Major Hugh Gray-Cheape and Captain Leslie Cheape - of Bentley Manor - Lt James Fairfax Amphlett-Morton - of Puxton House Kidderminster - Major Hubert Galton - Mr Michael Tomkinson - H. Tomkinson - - Capt J. E. V. Isaac - of Kempsey - Lt F S. Isaac - Capt Richard Durand Temple - Major Eliot Bromley Martin of Ham Court Upton - Mrs Grice Hutchinson - Major Grice Hutchinson - Mr C. G. Grice Hutchinson - Lt C. J. Dudley Smith - Colonel Alfred H. Hudson of Wick - Lt Aubrey Hudson - Lt W. W. Hudson - Lt Gen,. Sir Francis Davis - Capt Hugh Davis - Lt Gen. Sir Francis Davies - H. R. Davies.


Lesser Country Houses: House of Mr Vosper in Tilmore Lane, Petersfield designed by Unsworth and Triggs - x4 pics. Incl g. floor plan, and text/article by FM.

Isinglass the First Winner of the Jockey Club Stakes - x1 pics; and text/article for Racing Notes by Trenton.

The Automobile World: Harvesting in the New Way - The 1916 Seven Passenger Cadillac x2 pics., and text/article. There is repaired damage to this back page.


Correspondence Pages - Letters from Readers:

Hawking in France; The Gentleman and His Falcon - sketch and correspondence from B.

Brewers Blackbird Feeding Young - picture and correspondence from H. H. Pittman, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Bee Hive Settlement Among the Heather - picture and correspondence from Arthur O. Cooke.

Lord Lytton and His Competition Cottages at Knebworth - picture and correspondence from Lord Lytton.

A Curious Honeycomb nr Builth Wells, Breconshire - picture and correspondence from AB.

A French Spinster of Breton at a Spinning Wheel - picture and correspondence from Joseph De Montbroy.

Eel Traps (small sketch diagram) - picture and correspondence.


Adverts:

Rok Roofing - ¼page (qp)

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Waring and Gillow Bedroom Furniture - qp.

Jaeger Shell Coat for Officers - qp.

Riley Billiard Tables - hp..

The Kelit Lamp - qp.

Swan Fountain Pen - hp..

Smith Premier 10 Typewriter.

Burberry Shooting Coat and Suits - qp.

Eley Gun Cartridges - qp.

Dunlop Rubber Co. - fp with repaired damage,


Property Supplement Pages - one photograph with each For Sale entry unless otherwise stated:


ARTICLES (text only):

Farmers and Income Tax.

Country Notes.

The Enchanted Lake - Poem by Edith Gordon.

Altenahr 1915 - poem by Herbert E. Palmer.

Gabriele D'Annunzio and The War Part I - by Magda Sindici

A Young Heath Garden - article by Gertrude Jekyll.

A Seaplane was Sighted to day Over Nazareth(Daily Paper) - Poem by Celia Congreve.

Literature plus Book of the Week Davenport by Charles Marriott - Irish Eclogues by Edward E. Lysaght.

Farmers and the Budget.

Puppies and Cubs.

Shooting Notes: Early Military Breech Loaders - article by H. H. Harrod. sleekburnc. 0210



CONDITION /DIMENSIONS

Edward Burgess Hudson (1854 -1936) was the founder of Country Life magazine in 1897. This is an original USED vintage magazine not a scan and not a later re-print. If there is a particular date you require in regards to this item eg. for a birthday or anniversary etc please ask.

Approx 22 pages (44 sides). It measures 365x235mm (14.25 x 9.25inches ). The titled, priced and dated frontispiece page is present; but the outer cover, and other article supplement pages have been removed as it was bound without the exterior cover or end-pages/adverts. The spine is loose with binding witness marks where once bound (see scan). The pages are loose with binding marks through-out. There is a little age yellowing but this apart, the pages are clean. The images vary in size and are in b/w unless otherwise stated. PLEASE NOTE: There are pages missing; but what I have described above IS present - so if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. The process of the page numbering carry on from the previous issue, therefore do not start at number 1.

The description of the contents above are in my own 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.This item will be packaged in a tube and sent RM small parcels (too big for lge. letter). Please note that I don't make profit on postage and packing; it is done at cost. The only profit made is by ebay as they charge me approx. 10% on what I charge for postage.

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Product Code 2Oct1915 (8790) 26Jan2017