PRINCESS MAY OF TECK Les Martigues on Etang de Berre France SOUTH WINGFIELD MANOR DERBYSHIRE George Heremon Wyndham PERCY WYNDHAM Lady Margaret Sackville's Toys FLEMISH POULTRY REARING Golfers on Active Service SCOTTISH HEATHLAND
Original Antique Weekly Magazine
Princess May of Teck - full front page photograph by Speaight of 157 New Bond Street, London W. - Info. daughter of Prince Alexander of Teck and Princess Alice
Seven photographes by W. J. Clutterbuck over several pages for an article on Les Martigues, a village on the Etang de Berre in the South of France:
The Great Triangular Sails of a Fishing Boat at Martigues - near full page
The Old Colour Washed Houses on the Edge of the Waterway
Fishing Boats and Houses on an Inlet of the Etang De Berre
Sail Boats Moored on a Quayside Walkway in Front of Houses The French Venice
The Large Lateen Rigged Boats Touching the Quayside
Two Women Chatting Mais on dit .....
Jules, Marie and the Quayside Cats - elderly couple sitting on a seat
The Late Lieutenant George Heremon Wyndham
The Late Lieutenant Percy Wyndham
Wild Life on a Scottish Heath:
Gulls Following a Crofters Plough
Courting Common Gulls - photograph by Miss E. L. Turner
Black Backed Gull
Plus four other sea birds
A Building Wren
Article entitled Lady Margaret Sackville's Toys - Made for the "Friends of the Poor" designs for toys:
Wights from Elfland
Queen Mab's Navy
The Child's Eden
Where Are You Roaming To? - a train pulling carriages with other toys
A Giraffe and Other Animals Pulling a Carriage
South Wingfield Manor, Derbyshire Owned by Major Tristram - nine photographic images:
Porch Entrance Arch to the Great Hall
The North Courtyard Gatehouse - full page
The Tower and West Wing c.keenlyside.
Hall Porch to State Apartment
A View in the North Courtyard: The Great Tower - full page
The Hall Oriel from the InteriorKeenlyside
The Hall Oriel From the Exterior
Hall Porch Window
Hall: Cellar or Undercroft - full page
Floorplan etc. South Wingfield Manor House, Derbyshire circa 1435
Gardening: London Pride Alongside a Path - - - Pinks Edging a Path
The Officers Training Corps:
University College School, Hampstead Team Group Photograph: Cadet E.J. C.Kirby - Cadet R. N. Ray - Lance Corporal E. A. R. George - Cadet J. D. Gulich - Cadet W. B. Clarke - Cadet S. Hirsch - Sergeant G. B Buchanan - Quarter Master Sergeant P. L. Sugden (capt.) - Captain G. A. Millward (leader) - Captain G. Scott-Lowe(OC) - Company Sergeant Major F. R. P. Hinderlich - Lance Corporal R. H. Walmsley
Exeter Team Group Photograph: Captain E. T. England - Lance Corporal W. J. G. Marsh - Corporal J. Moulding - Corporal L. C. Williams - Lance Corporal F. C. Simmons - Second Lieutenant E. F. Hall - Cadet F. J. C. Rybot - Sergeant A. K. Goard - Cd. miel - Corporal S. R. St. L. Blackney - Cadet C. D. Clapp - Lance Corporal R. P. Williams - Cadet J. C. Upright
Miniature of Landscape Target for Exeter School, and Result of Firing
Section of University College School Target Showing Description Point X
Miniature of Landscape Target of University College School and Result of Firing
Golf - Golfers on Active Service - photograph of each man:
Mr H. D. Gillies
Mr Gordon Barry
Mr L. H. Alison
Mr E. Martin Smith
Lieutenant Colonel A. E. Williams
Mr J. E. Tomkinson
Mr R. P. Humphries
Mr Walter Glover
Mr V. A. Pollock
Mr R. Harris
Mr H. W. de Zoete
The Hon. C. N. Bruce
Mr Gordon Lockhart
Mr Angus Hambro MP
Mr W. G. Pringle
Mr F. M. Richardson
Mr B. Hammond-Chambers
Correspondence Pages - Photographs from Readers:
The Fly Approachin the Venus Fly Trap x3 enlarged photographs - From S. Leonard Bastin
Dolis From Peacham's Minerva Brittana; Dolus at Blickling - From J. - a drawing and a photograph
Sir Hugh Bell's Cottages: Built From Country Life Prize Plans - from Hugh Bell. Info. Built from Mr E. Poley's design (accordin to the letter) for the North Riding of Yorkshire type
A Wandering Curlew Quite at Home on the Boom of SS Star of Australia off Capte Finisterre - From M.
A Tame Fox - from F. H. Gurney - info. The fox is sitting on a boys shoulders reive
Ferret Caring for Her Babies - From Carslake Winter-Wood
The Virginian Rail at Saskatchewan - From H. H. Pitman of Wauchope, Saskatchewan, Canada
Lesser Country Houses: Wolmer Wood, Marlow Common, Buckinghamshire, Designed by Mr A. Winter Rose - five photographs:
Entrance Front of the House
Garden Front of the House and Garden
The Dining Room
The Staircase and Hall
Ground Floor Plan and Garden
Info. The house was designed by Algernon Winter Rose for Alfred Lys Baldry (1858-1939) an English art critic and painter.
A Five Ton Steam Tractor Owned by the Kentiush Firm of Aveling and Porter - info. Steam-roller
A Steam Lorry: The Foden Sleekburnc.
The Steam Tractor as a Road Maker: A Marshall Tractor Working in the NW Provinces of India
A Steam Tractor Being Used for Road Making on an Estate
Used in Agriculture: Messrs Walsh and Clark's Victoria Traction Engine Fitted With a Semi Diesel Reversible Motor
A Wolseley Landaulette in The Via Appia, Rome
Full page of adverts: Burberry - - Heal And Son Sofa Bed - - Ronuk Sanitary Polish - - Hughes Bolkow and Co. Ltd Dover Street, London W. and Blyth Northumberland: The Flag Ariadne Seat made of Battleship Teakwood
Full page of adverts: Druce and Co. Wood Bedsteads - - Horlicks Malted Milk Tablets - - Hope's Cleaning Casement Windows - - Sulphate of Ammonia
Wrights Coal Tar Soap I have a fine towel...will some nice person send along a box of Wrights Coal Tar Soap - a soldier holding up his towel and appealing for some soap; half page advert
Aertex Cellular Clothing - half page advert
Overland Car from Willys-Overland Ltd Great Porland St. London W. - half page advert
Moseley Tyres - half page advert with prices
Dunlop Contibutions to the War: Supporting Columns - half page advert
Rover Car 12hp - advert.
Great Britains Untapped Resources
Country Notes with mention of Sir Robert Borden - Colonel Ernest Alexander - Hill 60 - Lord Kitchener - General Botha - Lusitania and Insult to United States - Mr Lloyd George - The Welsh Miners - Mr A. L. Francis Headmaster of Blundell's School, Tiverton - MR Arthur W. Sutton - Mr Walter Long - Mr John Buchan - Pearson's Fresh Air Fund - Officers Training Corps OTC - etc.
Reine Du Nord - Poem by Isabel Butchart
On Royston Heath June 21st 1915 - Poem by Edward Shillito
Les Martigues - by W. J. Clutterbuck
An Earlier Twelfth - Grouse season
What The Country Gentleman Has Done for the War - Wiltshire and Dorsetshire Part II - with mention of Lieutenant General Sir Henry Rawlinson - La Bassee - Lord Charles Mercer-Nairn - Hon. Paul Methuen - Hon. Anthony Methuen - Hon. E. Pleydell Bouverie - Major Ulric Thynne - Mr Walter Long - Captain Walter Long - Mister Charles Bathurst - Hon. Geoffrey Howard - Mrs Percy Wyndham of Clouds - Sir Edmund Antrobus - Major General Hubert Ian Hamilton - Mr W. H. Laverton of Leighton - Major H. S. Laverton etc - Captain William Northey of the Durham Light Infantry - Colonel Edward Northey - Lieutenant A. N. Northey - Lieutenant Anson Northey - Esmond Caillard - Captain J. B. Jenkinson - Sir George Jenkinson of Eastwood Park and Hawkesbury - Lieutenant Thomas Algernon Foley of The Moat, Britford - etc.
Wild Life on a Scottish Heath Part II by E. L. Turner - Info. Emma Louisa Turner FLS (1866 - 1940) was an ornithologist and pioneering bird photographer.
Lady Margaret Sackville's Toys - by Margaret Sackville - Info. Lady Margaret Sackville was an English poet and children's author
The Flemish System of Poultry Rearing: Scientifically Improved Part VII by Belle Orpigne formerly Madame B. Albert Jasper To be continued
South Wingfield Manor Derbyshire by H. Avray Tipping
Gardening Page by F. W. Harvey
Women and The Land - with mention of Mr R. E. Prothero - Women's Farm and Garden Union
The Officers Training Corps in the Schools: Presentation of Country Life Trophies
Golfers on Active Service - small caption article approx. 160 words
Literature - book reviews include:
Lowland Scotch as Spoken in the Lower Strathearn District of Perthshire by Sir James Wilson
Bealby: A Holiday by H. G. Wells
In Mr. Knox's Country by E. OE. Somerville and Martin Ross
A Far Country by Winston Churchill
It's an Ill Wind by Douglas Goldring
Thorney by Alexander Black
Roumania and the Great War by R. W. Seton-Watson
Correspondence Pages - Letters from Readers include:
Nature in the Trenches - From M. S. S.
Luminous Wood - From James Ritchie
Flemish Industries in England - From G.
Wholesale Egg Collecting (Peregrine, merlin, nightjar etc) - From T. F. Royds
Bird Instinct - From Bradshaw
Seed Tape - from E. F.
The Lesser Country Houses (Wolmer Wood) by L. W. - info. Lawrence Walter William Weaver
The Automobile World - Steam Tractors and Lorries and Machines of Special Design Part II - - The Duties of Car Springs - - The Importance of Lubrication. sleekburnc. 1707
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 23 pages (46 sides). It measures 360 x 235 mm (14 x 9.25 inches ). There is no outer cover, but the main front page is present. This issue has had the Property For Sale Supplement, advertising pages, and other pages removed. The spine is loose and has been repaired/reinforced at some time with binding paper, along with the first two pages. There are some handling marks to pagesThere are a few small repairs to small tears on edges of pages. The pages are loose with binding marks through-out. There is a little age yellowing. The original advertising cover and supplement pages have been removed, approx four pages. 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 unless otherwise requested. 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, so 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 images vary in size and are in b/w unless otherwise stated.
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