For Sale is an Issue of "The Sporting Pictorial," No. 21. March 24th. 1908. This Issue contains 14 Pages, 28 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. Edited by Robert S. Sievier. Illustrated by "The Snark."
1- Front Page shows a Photograph of "Miss Ethel Irving."
2- Article of "Hunting." : Lord Rothchild's Staghound. With the following Photographs. a- Lord Rothschild on Horseback. b- Mr. Leopold De Rothschild on Horseback. c- Mr. Fred Cox. : Huntsman for many years to Lord Rothschild. d- W. Gaskin. : Huntsman. e- Mrs. Sassoon. Lady Lurgan. and The Hon. Neil Primrose, on Horseback. f- Mr. Curnick and Mrs. Muller. on Horseback. g- Mr. amd Mrs. Javal, on Horseback. h- Mr. Arden, Mr. Castle, and Mr. T. Hollond, on Horseback. i- Mr. E. Wilson, on Horseback. j- Going to Lay Hounds on. k- The Deer, just after being uncarted. l- The Hounds. : "Strowler," "Welbeck and Doubtful," "Pedlar," "Pilgrim." m- Hounds going out Exercising. n- The Entrance to the Kennels.
3- Article called "The Postman's Rat-Tat."
4- Review for the Book "England's Oldest Hunt," by J. Fairfax Blakeborough.
5- Article on "Golfing."
6- The Weekly Article "Frocks and Frills," : Ladies' Page. "Femme Paree, Femme Aimee." Written by Minne.
7- The Weekly Article "Motographs." Written by Gerald Biss. a- The Dinner Season. b- Unfair Police Traps. c- Hunting and Automobilism. d- The Monaco Races. e- The KIng's Latest Car. f- Suburban Sensations. g- When is a Steam Car not a Locomotive. h- His Little Playmate. i- Another Royal Club. j- The Value of the Club.
8- The Weekly Article for "The Turf," Written by Robert S. Sievier.
9- Article called "Newmarket Notes."
10- Article called "On The Continent," Written by Rouge-Et-Noir. : Racing in France.
11- Photographs for the "Grand Military and Oxford and Cambridge Point-To-Point Races." a- Grand Military Light-weights at the first fence. b- Grand Military Welter. : Capt. P.B. Cookson's "Hewitt" falling at the last Fence but one. c- Grand Military Welter. : Mr. G. Powell and "Kuropatkin," the Winner. d- In the Weighing Enclosure. e- Colonel F.C. Kerser. : One of the Judges. f- Lord Alfred Fitz Roy. (Starter) on Horseback. g- Mr. Romer Williams, and Mr. Grazebrook. h- Majpr J.G. Fitzgerald. (Clerk of the Course). on Horseback. i- Some of the Oxford and Cambridge Competitors. j- Mr. T. Lees and "Esterhazy," winner of the Oxford and Cambridge Point-to-Point. k- Waiting for the Starter. : Oxford and Cambridge Point-to-Point Races. l- Mr. C.L. Kendall on "Moreton Lass," winner of Farmers' Race, Oxford and Cambridge Point-to-Point Races.
12- Article called "Leicestershire Notes," written by Port.
13- The Weekly Article "Hunting Notes." a- The Belvoir. b- Blackmore Vale Hounds. c- Sale of a Cumberland Pack. d- Hunt Servants' Benefit Society. e- Mr. A.C.E. Locke. f- The Inter-'Varsity Point-to-Point. g- His Majesty the King. h- Photograph of the Original Presidential Chair : Cheshire Hunt.
14- The Weekly Article "Rod and Line," written by Fred G. Shaw. : Do Salmon Feed in Fresh Water ?
15- The Weekly Article "Natural History and Sport." Written by F.G. Aflalo. : The Protection of Wild Birds.
16- The Weekly Article of "Coursing," written by G.V.C. Blake.
17- Article "At The 'Varsities." Written by Gog - Magog. With the following 2 Portrait Photographs. a- Mr. E.R.J. Massey (Repton and Hertford) President of O.U.A.C., 1907-08. b- Mr. E.H. Ryle (Eton and Trinity), President of the C.U.A.C., 1907-08.
18- The Weekly Article "Our Indian Letter."
Condition is Good, with a Couple of Pages being Tanned.