Journal for all interested in Country Life and Country Pursuits.
1 in stock.
This Copy has 18 pages, 36 sides, it was taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding Holes showing.
Front page shows a portrait of Lady Stracey and her Son. Lady Stracey is the Daughter of Mr. Algernon Brinsley Sheridan of Frampton Court, Dorset. She was married in 1902 to Sir Edward Paulet Stracey.
Contents incl: Country Notes Lambing-Time on the Downs - article and photos Rooks and Crows - article Life of a Tame Fox - article and photos The Tree of Knowledge - Story Curious Races of the Goldfish - article and illustrations by G A Boulenger An Obsolete Cornish Sport - article and illustrations by F G Aflalo In the Garden The Uses of Undergrowth - article and photos Country Homes: Bowood, Wiltshire, the seat of The Marquess of Lansdowne - article and photos Wild Country Life Netting Wildfowl on the Fens - article and photos From the Farms Correspondence