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.
Articles include -
Seventy years ago.
The Weekly Feature " Country Notes."
Lambing-Time on the Downs.
Rooks and Crows.
Life of a Tame Fox.
The Tree of Knowledge. by F.G.
Curious Races of the Goldfish. by G. A. Boulenger.
A Man of Imagination.
An Obsolete Cornish Sport. by F. G. Aflalo.
The Weekly Feature " In the Garden."
The Uses of Undergrowth.
Featured Home this Week is Bowood, Wiltshire, the Seat of The Marquess of Lansdowne. Photographs include- The Orangery and the Leaning Yew, South Terrace, View looking into the Park, Park side of Italian Gardens, The Fountain of the Neptune Stairway, Marble Fountains in the Orangery Gardens, Stags of Bronze, The Marchioness of Lansdowne's Private Garden, West Side of the House, Front Entrance, The Orangery Staircase, The East Terraces, South Corner of the House, and the Italian Garden.