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Edward Burgess Hudson (1854 -1936) was the founder of Country Life magazine in 1897.
Lady Joan Shirley - full front page photograph by Rita Martin of 74 Baker St. London W - daughter of Lord and Lady Ferrers. Info. Earl Ferrers, Walter Knight Shirley.
The Marten Cat - six photographs.
Penguins of South Georgia - nine photographs.
Culzean Castle, Ayr, the Seat of The Marquess of Ailsa - twelve photographs:
The Castle from the Gardens.
Castle From the Shore - full page.
Entrance, Forecourt and Stables.
The Battery with Canons.
View of the Castle and Shoreline - full page.
Entrance Front, Steps and Canons.
The Round Tower.
The Old Terrace and Gardens.
Garden Towers and Flower Beds.
Archway at the End of Bridge.
Forecourt: Old Mortar.
A Peninsula Mine Thrower.
Model of The Alarm, a Revenue Lugger of 1775. Info. A sailing ship or yacht.
Gardening: Phyllodoce Amabilis - - Trochodendron Aralioides photograph by E. J. Wallis - - Viburnum Carlesh - - Raphiolepis Japonica.
Pages entitled: What Berkshire Has Done For the War Part II:
Sir Richard Sutton.
Lieutenant Colonel Harold G. Henderson MP.
Major A. P. Henderson - Commanding 3rd Regiment Berks Yeomanry.
Lieutenant Frank Henderson Late 7th Hussars.
Lieutenant Philip Henderson - Westminster Dragoons.
CaptainCaptain Arnold Henderso Royal Wilts Yeomanry.
Captain Eric Butler henderson - Berks Yeomanry.
Lieutenant J. E Pleydell Bouverie.
Correspondence - Photographs from Readers:
A Good Crop of Persimmons - from E. Cummins.
A Shadow in Hiding: Re. Faked Golf Pictures - H. W. Cavill, Bloemfontein Club, Orange Free State, South Africa.
A Good Crop of Persimmons - E. Cummins. Keenlyside.
A Hand Reared Badger and Lieutenant T. Roland Juckes with His Sister From O. T. C.
Stock for a Fur Farm in Canada: Silver Foxes in Captivity - From R. M. Weller.
Rajah the Dog Doing War Work: A Great Dane in a Leather Halter Mowing a Cricket Pitch - From Barbara Sissons.
The Beauty of Perfect Growth a Large Walnut Tree at Newden near Henley on Thames - From W. F. H. Beever.
Lord Selborne and The Food Supply wit mention of the Milner Committee - Captain Perseus - Royal Agricultural Society.
Country Notes includes:
Mr Balfour and German Zeppelin or Taube Raids.
Gardening Editor of Country Life Dies Mr F. W. Harvey.
Mr Harold Williams the Russian Correspondent of the Daily Chronicle.
Children and The War.
The Society of Friends.
Mr Richard Bagot.
Nature in War Time - poem by Herbert E. Palmer.
IN a Kentish Village Church. August 15th, 1915 - Poem by Edward Shillito.
The Marten Cat by Frances Pitt.
Where Austria, Servia and Roumania Meet by J. M. Dodington.
Penguins of South Georgia Part II by Robert Cushman Murphy, Brooklyn Museum, New York.
Waste Lands and Modern Methods of Reclaiming Them, Part VII by Henry Vendelmans - with price lists of materials used in various plantations.
Culzan Castle by Arthur T. Bolton.
Badgers and Foxes.
What Berkshire has Done for the War with mention of: Charles Talbot Walmesley - Mister W. A. Mount of Wasing Place - Mr Charles Norman Keyser of Aldermaston Court - Major Francis Gordon Grant Thoyts - Mr Ronald Poulton Palmer - Lieutenant Colonel Frederick Barker of Stanlake Park - Mr George Barker - Captain Eustace Bourke - Mr Walter Bourke - Mr Cyril Charles Henry of Parkwood - Major Ralph Patterson Cobbold of Welford Park - Mr Edward Waring of Beenham House - Sir Richard Sutton of Benham Park near Newbury - Mr Henry Arthur Benyon of Englefield House - Mr George C. D. Fullerton of Purley Park - Captain Cooper of Wyld Court, Hampstead Norris - Sir Cameron Gull of Frilsham - Captain Francis Guoll - Lt R. C. Gull - Mr Michael Theodore Waterhouse - Lt. Philip Van Neck of Lily Hill, Bracknell - 2nd Lieutenant Charles Hylton Van Neck - Lt/ Frederic de V. Allfrey of Ashridgewood near Wokingham - Captain Edmund Mortimer Allfrey of Farley Castle - Captain Charles Allfrey - Major Ricardo of The Friary - Colonel Van de Weyer of New Lodge - Captain William J. B Van de Weyer - Major Bates Van de Weyer - Sir Edward Barry of Ockwells - Mister Edward Barry - Sir Gilbert Clayton-East - Mr G. F. L. Clayton East - The Hon. Arthur Bertie son of Lord Abingdon - 2nd Lieutenant Ninian Mark Kerr Berti son of Hon. Rev Alberic Bertie - Major A. W. Parsons of Tubney - Sir Alexander Henderson Six Sons - Lord Barrington of Beckett Park - Hon. W. R. Barrington - Hon. R. E. S. Barrington - Mr C. K. Butler of Bourton House - Lt Reive - Major B. A Butler - Lieutenant Ralph Butler - Capt. Leonard Butler - Major Archibald Thornton West of Barcote Manor - Captain John Fitzgerald - Captain A. Fitzgerald - Mr Tom Edmund Stevens of Kingston Lisle Park - Captain Harry Lindsay Commissioner of the British Red Cross - R. A. K. Loyd of Down House, East Hendred - Lt. Miel - Lt. Robert Loyd - Lt Geoffrey Loyd - Major S. H. Rickman of Childrey Manor - Captain A. P. Rickman - Capt. Philip Musgrave Neeld Wroughton of Woolley Park - Captain Morrison of Basildon Park - Captain Thomas Aldworth - Lt. Jacob Edward Pleydell Bouverie of Coleshill - Captain C. W. Banbury of Wadley - Captain Bingham Turner of Bourton Grange near Shrivenham - Lt. Clifford Wittington Green of Bayworth Manor - Capt. N. B. Challenor - Major Bliss oof the Indian Army son of Sir Henry of Abbey, Abingdon - Lt. Charles Gordon Mills of The Manor Moulsford.
Literature: Book of the Week and Reviews.
The Harvest in Seine et Oise by Madame Duclaux.
Correspondence Page: Letters from Readers include:
The Obligations of Racehorse Stallion Owners (1) - From Peter Fitzgerald (short).
Obligations of Racehorse etc (2) - from Philippa.
Obligations of Racehorse etc (3) - From "Looker On".
How Woodpeckers Drum - From JRH.
Yorkshire and the War - from a Former Curate of S. Olave's, York (approx. 100words).
Nature's Scavengers, Burying Beetles - From Albert Wade (approx 40 words).
As Above - From David Pollock (short).
Faked Golf Pictures - Form Horace G. Hutchinson.
A Yorkshire Hearth Fire - from J. Whitaker (approx. 30 words) with mention of the Chop Gate Inn near Northallerton.
The Superfluous Footman - Crom Coutnry Invalid.
A Dorset Hero? - From Arthur O. Cooke with mention of Bamfylde-Moore Carew. 0409
The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only. It measures 360 x 235 mm (14 x 9.25 inches ). The original advertising cover and supplement pages have been removed, approx five pages. It retains the original feature front page with titles etc. The spine is loose and has been repaired/reinforced at some time with old paper. The pages are loose with binding marks through-out. There is a little age yellowing/spotting. The pages are clean inside.
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. The descriptive text in my listing, details 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. 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 number 1.
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