For Sale is the Country Life for November 19th 1904. Edition No. 411. This Issue contains 16 Pages, 32 Sides, it has been taken from a Bound Volume, therefore the Binding Holes are Showing.
Condition is Good, with No Foxing.
1- Front Page shows a Portrait of Mrs. Shuttleworth. Mrs. Shuttleworth was the Daughter of the Late John Spencer Ashton Shuttleworth of Hathersage Hall, Derbyshire, and was married in 1903 to Colonel Ashton John Shuttleworth. 2- Agricultural Research in England. 3- Country Notes. 4- Poetry - "The Astronomer to His Mistress." by Rosamond Napier. 5- The Glamour of Nature. 6- From the Farms.- a- The Wheat Supply. b- Agricultural Prices. c- Work in November. 7- The Perch. - by Francis Ward. 8- The Romance of the Road. 9- Train up a Youth in the Way he should Go. by A. Acland Hood. 10- The Pleiad-Month. by Fiona Macleod. 11- Country Homes and Gardens Old & New. - This Weeks Featured Home is "Clouds, Salisbury, The Residence of The Hon. Mrs. Percy Wyndham." Article with the Following Photographs,- a- The East Front. b- View from Mrs. Wyndham's Dressing Room. c- The South Lawn. d- Under the Pergola. e- The West Front. f- Garden Enclosed by Chalk Walls. g- A Portion of the West Front. h- View from the Pergola Gardens. i- The South-East Corner. j- The North End of the Corridor. k- The Morning Room. l- Part of the Dining-Room. m- Staircase Descent, West Corridor. n- The Hall. o- The Drawing Room. 12- The Bee and the Butterfly. (A Wiltshire Dialogue between Two Cottage Maidens). by Pamela Tennant. 13- Lord Middleton's Hunters. 14- A Book of the Week, (The Sin of David) by Stephen Phillips. 15- O'er Field & Furrow. 16- Olive Growing in Liguria. By Augusta Von Schneider. 17- Stocks and Lock-Up in an Essex Village. (A Letter to the Editor). 18- A Typical Connemara Cabin. (A Letter to the Editor). 19- Brush and Camera. (A Letter to the Editor). 20- An Atlantic Wave on the Clare Coast. (Letter to the Editor).