1966 COUNTRY LIFE Magazine JACQUELINE TRENCH EADIE South Level Fens Flood CRUFTS (6953)

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A vintage magazine; contents include JACQUELINE TRENCH EADIE Crufts Dog Show SOUTH LEVEL FENS FLOODS Hill Court, Herefordshire and much more.
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An Original Weekly Magazine


DATED: 10 Feb 1966 - Cruft's Show

Outer Cover Photograph:Champion Alsation Ch. Churlswood Jason - photo. By Sally Anne Thompson.

Frontispiece Cover Photograph: Miss Jacqueline Trench Daughter of Lt. Col. Hon. D. O. Trench of Woodlawn, Kings Somborn, Hants - photo by Norman A. Chalk; announcing forthcoming marriage to Mr Alastair Eadie son of Col. Eadie of Bramfield House, Herts.

Principal Contents and Features on:

English Setters at Ripley, Surrey - x1 picture by Molly Jones and text.

Saving the Fens from Floods: Flooded Farms near haddneham, Cambs 1947 - Map Showing the River Ouse and Tributaries and the Drainage Project Started in 1854 - Building the Sluice of Relief Channel near Denver, Norfolk - Tail Sluice near Saddlebor, Norfolk - Broken Bank of the River Ouse near Earith, Hunts 1947 - x5 pictures and article by John Bryan-Brown.

The Alsatian Bitch Champion Neroli of Huesca; Owned and Bred by Miss S. J. Kozhevar of Linwood Farm, Ringwood Hants - x1 picture, and article by S. M. Lampson titled Resugence of the Alsatian.

Wines for Winter Drinking: grape harvest, Cote D'Or - Treding the Madeira Grapes; and Blending the Wine on Madeira - Ten Year Old Malt Whisky Bonded Warehouse in Speyside - x pictures, and article by Edmund Penning-Rowsell.

Making the Most of Bromeliads - x5 pictures, and article by S. Clapham.

Salerooms Page (auctions etc): Louis XV Poudreuse by Leonard Boudin - French Chocolate Pot from Valenciennes c1760 - Spode Botanical - Pencil Drawing of a Beach Scene by Toulouse Lautrec - Iphigenia and Cmyon by Reynolds - x5 pictures, and article by Frank Davis.

The End of an Era at Crufts: Supreme Champion; Mrs C. E. Perry's Toy Poodle Oakington Puckshill etc. - Mr W. Baxter's Pointer Sh. Ch. Blakeshay Avant Tout - Mr and Mrs W. Postlethwaite's Singray of Derryabah (Lakeland Terrier) - Mister and Mrs S. J. Pollock's Afghan Ch. Kismati Khan of Tarril - Toy; Mrs and Miss Berney's Pomeranian Sweet Dreams of Aurum x5 pictures by C. M. Cooke and Son, and article by S. M. Lampson.

Hill Court, Herefordshire, Part III; Home of Mr John Trafford - x8 pictures, and article by John Cornforth.

Foreign Dogs in Britain: Karelian Bearhound from Finland - Briard or Chien Berger de Brie from France - Giant Schnauzer - Hungarian Puli - Chinese Fighting Dog - Toy Fox Terrier USA - x6 pictures by Ake Wintze, Sally Anne Thompson, and Francis Wu; and article by Stanley Dangerfield.

Royal Furniture Maker Charles Elliott, Part I: Charles Elliott Painted by Russell c1777 - Eling Venn by John Russell 1789 - St George's Church Hanover Sq 1751 - Furniture in Drawing at Langleys, Essex - Satinwood Chair 1797 reive - Satinwood Comode by Elliott - Satinwood Wardrobe 1798 - x7 pictures, and article by Nicholas Barton.

Ford Corsair V-4 GTCar - x1 picture and article by J. Eason Gibson. c.Keenlyside

The Estate Market: Upham house, Aldbourne, Wilts - x1 picture, and text.

Contemplation of Ruins in Northumberland: Warkworth Castle and Salmon Fishing on the River Coquet, Northumberland - Warkworth Hermitage from an Old Engraving - Entrance to the Hermitage As It is Today - Huln Priory Founded By Carmelite Friars - A Stone Friar at Hulne - x5 pictures by G. bernard Wood, A. F. Kerstin, etc and article by Geoffrey Grigson.

Boy and Three Horses by albert Cuyp - x1 picture.

Wine Jugs by Robert Cooper 1703 - x1 picture.

A Weather Eye on the Church - x2 pictures drawn by Humphrey P. Wood, and article by William Jameson.

The Worlds Ugliest Bird: Marabou Nesting on a Ledge at Kalambo Falls - Marabou and hooded Vulture at Lake Rukwa, Tanzania - Scavenging Marabous on Lake Rukwa - Kalambo Falls on the Zambia Tanzania Border - x4 pictures, and article by William Condry.

Pedigree Aberdeen Angus Stock at hawkes Bay, New Zealand - x1 picture and text.

Fashion: Dress Designed by Lous Feraud in Silk and Copied by Rembrandt in London - Louis Feraud Suit Copied by Andre Peters - Revlon Make Up by Pierre Balmain with Balmain Designed Turban - x3 pictures, and article by Anne Price.


Correspondence from Readers:

Frostwork Detail of Door over The Nash Mausoleum in Farningham, Kent- picture and correspondence from Edward Roper, REgione Ciazze 27, Alassio, Italy.

Weather Vane Showing Mr W. E. Gladstone Clinging to the Tail of the British Lion - picture and correspondence from Victor A. Hatley, 10 Watkin Terr, Northampton.

Horseshoe Embedded in aLAncaster Rd, Which Commemorates a Visit by John of Gaunt - picture and correspondence from R. Rawlinson 12 Rock Bank, Whaley Bridge, nr Stockport, Lancs. Sleekburnc.

Pigs Walking in the Snow To More Portected Quarters on a Farm in Co Durham - picture and correspondence from Arthur Cook 22 Middle Farm, Great Lumley, Chester le Street, Co. Durham.

Impression on a Rock Resembling an Acient Sword - picture and correspondence from Roger A. Redfern, The Cottage, Dronfield, Sheffield.

Plus other corresp. but no images: A. H. Gomme of Barleybat Hall, Church Lawton, Staffs - eorge Walker, Grandon, Hadley Green, Barnet. - E. C. Reed, 1 Richmond Hill, Bath - James A. Fech-Heimer 26 Salem Way, Glen Head, New York 11545 USA - Hugh Farmer 27 Cadogan St. London SW3 - John J. Canter, Old Market Place, Great Grimsby, Lincs - Brian Edwards, Hope House, Little Burstead, Essex - David S. Rudd, Cumberland House, Manningtree, Essex - John A. Pratt, 1 Hillside Cottage, Russ Hill, Charlwood nr Horley, Surrey - Spencer Corbett, Bridge house, Stapleford, Wilts. miel - W. H. C. Blake, Orchard Cottage, Darlington, Totnes, South Devon - W. K. A. Richards 10 Broadhurst Lane, Ringwood, Hants - Major D. H. L. Back, 13 Wheelers Way,Manorbier, Tenby, Pembs. - Stuart Rossiter, 154 Fleet St, London EC4. - Avril C. Buchanan, Dag's Hale (or Hole), Westbury sub Mendip, Wells.

Triplex Safety Glass; Ferrari and E Ytpe Coupe - fpShell and Country Crafts - fp colour advert with illustration by Barry Driscoll.

Falconer and Falcon fp colour for W. D. & H. O. Wills Cigars

Black ad Whit Whisky: Ski-ing - fp

Daf Car - hp.

The Austin Gypsy Mark IV - hp.

Gordons Gin - hp

Dunhill Cigarettes - full page colour; back cover

Christies Sale Thurs 24 Feb - Property of Rt Hon. Lady Spencer Churchill, Miss Leslie Caron, Late H. E. Backer Esq x4 pictures

Well Bred Dogs: Index To Breeds; Chasmu Shih Tzu of Mrs Audrey Fowler Leckhampton Grange Cheltenham - Cavalier King Charles Spaniels of Mrs David Keswick x2 pics of the dogs and a list of breeds from B to Y with names of breeders - full page.

Well Bred Dogs; double page showing various dogs and breeders x19 pics.

Plus five other pages of dogs and breeders etc.

Plus Many more adverts.

Property for Sale - Large supplement with some houses named, and with photos including:
Albury Park, Albury by Direction of the Albury Estate Trustees

The Old Bell House, Ludford, Near Ludlow

Rosetree Hous, Boxgrove nr Chichester

Ivy Dene, Kislingbury, By direction of C. H. Hanwell Esq.

Little Cliff, Lyme Regis, Dorset x2 pics.

Branksome Park, nr Bournemough.

Highway House, Beaconsfield, Bucks.

Leigh House, Beaconsfield, Bucks

Spinney Cottage, The Warren, RAdlett, Herts.

The Cottage, Chartham, Kent. sleekburnc. 0302

(If you want to know if a particular house is advertised, please ask). Sleekburnc.


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. sleekburnc. 0302

Fifty pages (100 sides) approx. It measures 315 x 232 mm (12.25x9.25inches). Wt. approx. 400g. There is a little age yellowing. 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 NO pages missing, but 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 board backed envelope. Wt. approx. 400g.

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