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Edward Burgess Hudson (1854 -1936) was the founder of Country Life magazine in 1897.
Lady Phillida Shirley - beautiful full front page photograph of the young lady by Rita Martin of 74 Baker St. London W. - daughter of The Earl and Countess Ferrers. Info. Later on in life, 1933, she became Sister Mary Phillida a recluse at the Anglican shrine to Our Lady of Walsingham in Norfolk
Article entitled The Food Supply of the Allies:
An Old Man and The Old Style - old man in the fields with wht looks like a long handled scythe
Pulling up for Lunch - a man in charge of two horses and a hay gathering machine
French Women Raising Stooks - photograph by Emil Frechon
Transcaucasian Field Workers - photograph by C. H. Dick
A Girl Gathering in the Harvest - photograph by Emil Frechon
Full page photographic image entitled War's Shadow in Her Last Refuge showing an old woman leaning against a wall and looking out from a farmhouse or farmbuildings.
Walnut and Old Needlework Chair c1717
Mahogany Double Chair Back c 1718,with Modern Covering
Walnut and Original Needlework c1718 at Holyrood
Walnut with Modern Covering c1720
c1722 Love Seat
Spitalfields Velvet and Mahogany c1728
c1726 Gilt with Gesso Ornament
c1730 Double Chair Back
c1735 Damask Sofa at Kedleston
Gardening: Berbaceous Borders in a Surrey Garden - - - White Meadow Saffron Coldhicum Speciosum album - x2 photographs by E. J. Wallis
The Chough - four photographs:
The Home of the Chough.
A Chough Hunting Among the Rocks.
A Favourite Nesting Place; Coastal Cliffs
Chough Sitting on a Rodck on the Seashore - photograph by S. H. Smith
Nine photographs and a floor plan of an ancient arab or moorish house (unrestored) at Algers, North Africa - The Villa Mahadine, Algiers:
A Garden Entrance
Inner Court Yard with Vines - full page
The North Garden
A Puzzle Fountain
The Octagonal Pool
The Hareem Court
Floor Plan of Villa Mahadine
Steps Up to a Door Way
The Columned Loggia and Terrace
Pergola and Irrigation Channels
Ancient Attacks on English Coasts:
At Rochester and Chatham - The Dutch Fleet in the Thames 19 to 23 June 1667 - from an old engraving by Nicolaes Visscher
The Battle of Solebay 28 May 1672 - from an old engraving showing the battle off the coast near Southwold in Suffolk aka Sole Bay
What Notts and Derby have Done for the War. Derbyshire:
The Duke of Devonshire - info. Victor Cavendish
Lord Hartington - info. Edward William Spencer Cavendish
Lord John Cavendish - Killed in Flanders - info. Major John Spencer Cavendish
Captain Frederick Arkwright RFC
Captain Bernard Winthrop Smith
Lieutenant Jeffrey Hoyle
Captain Sidney R. Drury-Lowe of HMS Chatham
Lieutenant Gladwyn M. R. Turbutt
Major Rudolph G. Jelf DSO
Lieutenant W. D. Drury-Lowe
Lieutenant Lawrence Drury-Lowe
The Bloodstock Sales:
Bay Filly By William The Third - Dame D'or - photogaph by W. A. Rouch
Colt By Tredennis - Ladytown
Correspondence Pages - Photographs from Readers:
Oliphants River, N. Transvaal: A Big South African Cream of Tartar Tree, A Fallen Giant - From H. Vickers
A Caterpiller in Silken Nests - From James Ritchie
Still Playing the Game After neuve Chappelle and the Aisne: Amputees, Corporal Charles Palmer Rifle Brigade, Corporal R. Parkinson Royal Inniskillings, and Rifleman Harry Gould at St Leonards - photograph taken at St Leonards with Arthur's Seat in the background - From Henry H. Johnstone of Edinburgh
The Chequers Inn Osmotherley - From R. Fortune. The letter is titled A Fire Which has Not Been Extinguished for Over a Hundred Years
A 150 Year Old Fire - From R. Fortune. The fireplace with a griddle or frying pan, suspended above the fire, and in it a Yorkshire cheesecake.
A Pet Fox Cub Mascot in With The Chickens - from Howard Barrett, Sherwood Forester
Full page of adverts: Tredegars Silk Cover for Lamps - - Heal and Son Wood Worker - - Durobelle Curtains
The September Stakes: Pommern Leads Past the Bushes - horseracing photograph by W. A. Rouch
Johnnie Walker Whisky: The Inspector and Johnnie Walker - full page cartoon drawn by Leo Cheney showing them inspecting a gun or cannon
Pommern Winner of the Two Thousand Guineas etc. - photograph by W. A. Rouch showing horse and Jockey
His Master's Voice full page advert
The Coalbrookdale Thrift Cooking Range - half page advert
Gas Oil and Petrol Engines for Country House Lighting - generators from Richard Hornsby of Grantham
Full page of adverts: Eley Cartridges - Burberry Weatherproofs - etc
The Lanchester Car and a Lady Driver - photograph
Full page of adverts: Arrol Johnston Car and Aero Engine Company - Wood-Milne Inner Tubes - - The Army Wrist Watch Protector - etc.
A Wolseley Car in Cheddar Gorge
Full page of adverts: Flor de Dindigual Cigars by Bewlay of 49 Strand London - Allenbury's Foods - Bulmers Champagne Cider - etc.
Modes and Moods Ladies Fashions:
Gown in Grey Cloth and Skunk Opossum - fashion sketch by W. Brooke Alder
Winter Neck Fitments and Hats - fashion sketches by miel Brooke Alder
New Cape in Velvet and Arctic Fox - by Brooke Alder
A Seal Musquash Coat
A Wolf Set Muff and Collar
Full page of adverts: Frederick Gorringe Jersey Jacket - International Fur Store Handsome Sable Japanese Marten Stole etc - Guerlain Perfumes
Habits of Mind - with mention of Mr Lloyd George - Trade Unionist - Politicians - etc.
Country Notes with mention of Mr Walter Rye - Major General Sir Francis Lloyd - Duke of sutherland - Mr Lloyd George - Mr Reginald McKenna - etc.
The Last Chance - Poem by Isabel Butchart.
Italian Folk Song - short poem by Faith Hearn.
The Food Supply of the Allies.
Literature : Book of the Week
Sofas and Settees by Percy Macquoid - Part III.
The Chough by R. Bosworth-Smith.
The Villa Mahadine, Algiers - by H. Inigo Triggs
Ancient Attacks on English Coasts by Sir Laurence Gomme.
What Derbyshire Has Done for the War article with mention of: Lord Hartington - Brigadier General Kenna VC - Lord Richard Cavendish - Major Lord John Spencer Cavendish - Sir Horace Smith Dorrien - Lieutenant Bernard - Private Hopkinson of the Sherwoods - Major Hunloke of Wingerworth - Captain Palmer-Morewood of Alfreton Hall - Captain William E. I. Butler-Bowdon of Southgate House - Colonel G. M. Jackson of Clay Cross Hall - Lieutenant G. L Jackson - Lieutenant Gladwyn M. R. Turbutt of Ogston Hall - Captain Bernard Winthrop Smith of Wingfield Park - Captain Sacheveral Coke of rookhill Hall, Alfreton - Lord Denman of Stony Middleton - Captain Seymour Frederick Auckland Albert Hurt of Alderwasley - Captain Richard Arkwright of Willersley near Cromford - Captain Frederick G. A. Arkwright RFC - Captain Chandos-Pole_Gell of Hopton - Lord Howard - The Hon. Bernard Edward Fitzalan Howard - Mr Michael McCreagh Thronhill of Stanton in the Peak - Lt. Geoffrey Morgan Hoyle of Holme Hall, Bakewell - Lt. Wheatcroft of Wirksworth - Lt. Lee of Holloway near Matlock - Lord Vernon - Major H. F. Gretton - Lord Waterpark - Major E. S. D'Ewes Coke of Trusley Manor - Captain E. L. Bowring of Park Grange - Lt Col. Dawson of Etwall Hall - Sir Oswald Every - Major Godfrey Meynell of Meynell Langley - Capt. Godfrey Edward Miller-Mundy of Shipley Hall - Mister Jacinth S. Wilmot-Sitwell of Stainsby House - Lt Col. Gisborne of Allestree Hall - Second Lt. W. G. Gisborne - Major Gerald Holbech Hardy of Foston Hall - Capt Henry Fitzherbert Wright MP - Capt. Henry Clowes of Norbury Hall - Major Rudolph and Wilfred Jelf - Major G. A. Strutt - Mr Anthony Strutt - Capt. Edward Strutt - Hon. Arthur Strutt - Mr Ralph Chandos-Pole - Hon. Alfred Curzon - Sir Ralph Wilmot of Chaddesden - Mr Francis Curzon Newton of Mickleover Hall - Major W. D. Drury-Lowe of Locko Park - Capt. E. N. Drury-Lowe - Lt J. A E. Drury Lowe - Lawrence Drury Lowe - Captain Sidne Drury Lowe - Colonel Granville Smith of Duffield Hall - Captain Arthur Francis Smith - Lt. Granville Keith-Falconer Smith - Second Lt. Geoffrey Smith - Sir Robert Gresley of Drakelowe.
The Bloodstock Sales by T. H. B.
The Flemish System of Poultry Rearing - Scientifically Improved - Part XII by Belle Orpigne former Madame B. Albert Jasper.
Correspondence Page: Letters from Readers include:
Pony Breeding o Grouse Moors - From G. G. Carter
Plans for Peacetime - From A. Santo.
The Case for The Milner Committee - from Ralph T. Hinckes (long).
Brown Owl or Little Owl? - From E. M. Forbes.
Australian Prices v. English - From G. Wellburn.
Swallows' Nests - From Thomas Ratcliffe.
The Drumming of the Spotted Woodpecker - From John Walpole-Bond.
The Late Robert Fellowes of Shottesham - over half page.
Fire as Friend and Foe by William Schooling - full page.
Literature: Book of the Week and Reviews
Kennel Notes, with two articles by A. Croxton Smith: The Greyhound Stud Book - - The Hastings Show. With mention of Mr Lamonby - Mr B. F. S. Mulcaster - Sir Thomas Dewar - Waterloo Cup - T. Reive - Mr W. Paterson - Mr John Coke - Mrs Lesmoir Gordon - Mrs Clare - etc
The Automobile World
Modes and Moods - fashion page.
British Parrakeets by J. K. Carrington - info. Parakeet
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 titled, dated, priced frontispiece page is present and features the usual photograph of a young woman, popularly known as the "Girls in Pearls" series. The outer cover, advertising, and other supplement pages have been removed, approx five pages. The spine is loose and has been repaired/reinforced at some time with a paper strip. 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 number 1.
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. - P.S. Whilst I try to describe my newspapers and magazines as accurately as possible, these descriptions don't just jump out of the pages onto my computer, I have to describe them, usually in my own words, and type them into a document which is very time consuming; so please be prepared for a few typos etc! smiley emoticon.