Edith Westmacott PET BATS Berkeley Castle MAJOR WILLIAM LA TOUCHE CONGREVE VC
Original Antique Weekly Magazine
The Hon Mrs Guy Westmacott formerly Hon Edith Winn - full front page photograph by Swaine of 106 New Bond St.
Reclamation of Bracken Areas for Food: A Shooting Butt in the Bracken plus 6 other photogaphs.
Cultivating City Waste Lands - x4 photos.
Swallows Nest -x photos.
Bats as Pets:
Long Eared Bat Asleep.
Long Eared Bat Awake with Ears Spread Out.
Lond Eared Bat Life Size. sleekburnc.
Bat Taking Flight
Berkeley Castle Gloucestershire Seat of Lrd Fitzhardinge - Part I:
The Keep. Repair to top of page not affecting picture.
Castle Viewed from the Battlements - full page (fp). Repair as above
Constables Fore Building.
Bowling Green and Yews.
Hall and Turret - fp. Small piece missing from top of page not affecting picture.
Norman Door and Keep.
Terrace Garden - fp.
Parish Church and Bell Tower.
Plan of Principal floor.
Foxgloves at Painshill.
The Late Major William La Touche Congreve DSO.
Correspondence Page - Photographs from Readers:
Poultry Thieves, Cats and Their Kill - From I. Mayo Sunnyside, P.O. Thornhill Station, near Port Elizabeth South Africa.
A Seven Year Old Milker - From F. H. Hall, The Manor, Great Rollright, Chipping Norton.
The Sand Artist, and Labour Soon Lost.
Wild Pelicans in the Wilderness - From a drawing by E. P. A. Le Breton, 5th Field Company, 1st KGO Sappers and Miners, Indian Expeditionary Force, Aden.
Pet Chameleon - From H. A. King.
A Piebald Spanish Ram, And a Ewe with Her Lambs x2 - From H. G. Batchelor.
Painted Furniture: Decorated Table Top and a Painted Cabinet x2
16-20hp Vuaxhall Car Negotiating the Steep Gradient of a Rough Road Over the Razorbak Mountain on the Melbourne Sydney Route.
A Car on The Mill Lane, Newtown Linford, Charnwood Forest.
Wolseley Car - fp.
Waring and GIllow.
Broacaded Kimono Wrap from Debenham and Freebody.
Barri Maternity Gown. c.keenlyside.
Hawley's I.K. Insect Killer.
Country Notes with mention of Major William de la Touche Congreve - Lord Esher - Professor Somerville - Sir William Ramsay - Mr Winston Churchill and Mr Lloyd George - etc.
Nowt but Bracken and Fuzz?
Cultivating the City Wastes.
Modern Forces in Agriculture Part II by William Dennis
Bats as Pets by L. Douglas
Labour and Reclamation.
The Soldier and the Rabbi - Poem by J. A. Owen.
Pot Pourri - Poem by Janet Read
Berkeley Castle Part I by St Clair Baddeley
In the Garden by E. M. Holmes - The Cultivation of Medicinal Plans and The Collection of Herbs in Great Britain.
Correspondence - Letters from Readers:
Reclaiming a Norfolk Heath - From Frederick Duleep Singh.
Norfolk Heath - From H. C. B. U. of Buckenham Hall, Mundford, Norfolk.
A War of Timber - From Hugh Shaw Stewart.
Trees and the Land - From Hugh de Havilland.
Black Markings on Gold fish - From Albert Wade.
An Englidh Riddle From France - Fro G. Coward.
Plus other riddles sent in by William Doubleday, and others.
Diana at York - From Lilla de Yarburgh-Bateson (short)
Racing Notes by Trenton.
Insurance by William Schooling.
Motoring page. sleekburnc.2907
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. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only.
17 Pages (34 sides). It measures 355 x 235 mm (14x9.25inches). The spine has been reinforced/repaired. The pages are loose with binding witness marks. The pages are clean with a little age yellowing/spotting. Some of the pages have handling marks, blemishes due to their age - anything more than minor will be mentioned in the main body of the description. The images vary in size. PLEASE NOTE: I cannot guarantee that the issue is complete 'as published' - but what I have described above IS present. As far as I can tell there are pages missing, but everything listed above is present; 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. Sometimes the magazine would have supplements which were numbered specially (eg. roman numerals * or such like).
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 board backed envelope.
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