For Sale is an Issue of "The Sporting Pictorial," N. 8. December 24th 1907. This Issue contains 24 Pages, 48 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. Edited by Robert S. Sievier. Illustrated by "The Snark."
1- Front Page shows an Advert for "Mercedes."
2- The Weekly Article on "Hunting." - The Badminton. With the following Pictures. a- The Second Duke of Beaufort. (Painting.) b- Henry, Seventh Duke of Beaufort. (Painting.) c- The Late Duke and Duchess of Beaufort. (By Sir Francis Grant.) (Painting.) d- Sodbury Vale. (one of the Pictures presented by the Hunt to the present Duke when Marquis of Worcester.) e- The Late Duke of Beaufort. (By Ellis Roberts.) (Painting.) f- Lower Woods. (Painting.) g- The Duke of Beaufort. (Photograph.) h- The Duchess of Beaufort. (Photograph.) i- Lady Diana Somerset, Lady Blanche Somerset, and Lady Worcester. (Photograph.) j- Mrs. W. Harford, on Horseback. (Photograph.) k- Miss Jessie Harford. and Miss Betty Harford, on Horseback. (Photograph.) l- Miss "Gogo" Sievier on "Topsail" jumping a Stone Wall. (Photograph.) m- Colonel F. Henry, on Horseback. (Photograph.) n- Captain Julian Spicer, and Mr. W. Harford, on Horseback. (Photograph.) o- The Duke of Beaufort, going to Draw. (Photograph.) p- Mrs. Hamilton, on Horseback. (Photograph.) q- With the Duke of Beaufort's - Off to Covert. (Photograph.) r- The Bitch Pack. (Photograph.) s- Mr. Will Dale. (Photograph.) t- Mr. Arthur Wilson, and Mrs. W. Harford, on Horseback. (Photograph.) u- Mr. Will Dale, with Hounds Drayman, Dragon, Drastic, Prophet, Rattler, and Royal. v- Tom Bennett, and Charlie Bridgeman, on Horseback. (Photograph.) w- Lark Hill and Trouble House. (Painting.) x- Portcullis Hotel. (Photograph.) y- Dick Stovin, on Horseback. (Photograph.) z- Badminton House. (Photograph.)
2- The Weekly Article "Powder and Shot." Written by Right and Left.
3- The Weekly Article "The Turf." Written by Robert S. Sievier. - "Racing Prospects for 1908."
4- The Weekly Article "Motographs." Written by Gerald Biss. a- The Triple Crown Winner. b- Fiat from the First. c- His Racing Career. (Felice Nazzaro.) d- His First Experience of England. e- Portrait Photograph of "Felice Nazzaro". f- Felice Nazzaro on a 40-H.P. Fiat. (Photograph.)
5- Full page Article called "Crispograms."
6- Article on "Rugby Football," by F. J. Sellicks. With a Portrait photograph of W.A. Mills, Devonport Albion.
7- The Weekly Article "Rod and Line." Written by F. G. Shaw.
8- Article called "Captain Forester of the Quorn."
9- The Weekly Article "On The Continent." Written by Rouge-et-Noir. - "Winter Resorts in Switzerland : Sports and Attractions." With the following Photographs. a- The Scotch Curlers at Kandersteg. b- The Hotel Berthod Rink at Chateau D'oex. c- Skating at the Palace Hotel, Caux. d- Start of Ladies' Race at Villars.
10- The Weekly Article "Fashions and Frills." - Ladies Page. Written by Minne.
11- Article called "A Bonapartist Marriage." Written by Rouge-et-Noir. An Article on the Marriage of Prince George of Greece to Princess Marie, only Child of Prince Roland Bonaparte, who is the Grandson of Lucien, youngest brother of the Great Napoleon.
12- Article on "Cricket." Written by Gilbert L. Jessop. - "The M.C.C. in Australia."
13- Full page showing the following Photographs of "Pantomime Favourites." a- Miss Sarah Vrubell. (Adelphi). b- Miss Winifred Hare. (Marlborough Theatre, Holloway). c- MIss Queenie Leighton. (Drury Lane). d- Miss Marie George. (Drury Lane).
14- Story called "A Sustantial Ghost." Written by Cecil Hamer.
15- Article on "Falconry." Written by J. C. Bristow-Noble. With the following Photographs. a- A Field Cadge with Falcons. b- Mr. C. E. Radclyffe and His Falcon. "Black Lady." c- Hawks on Blocks. d- Casting off a Falcon from the Fist. e- Goshawk on Pigeon.
16- Article called "Snow Motoring." Written by H. Massac Buist. a- Hints concerning Yule-Tide Trips. b- A Fine Feat of Memory. c- The Fens, and Holland. d- Motor Mountaineering.
17- The Weekly Article "Hunting Notes." - Leicestershire. Written by Port.
18- Small Article for the "Hunters' Improvement Society."
19- Full page showing the following Photographs of "Pantomime Favourites." a- Miss Ethel Campbell. (Kennington Theatre). b- Miss Crissie Leonard. (Kennington Theatre.) c- Miss Millie Legarde. (Adelphi.) d- Miss Georgina Middleton. (Coronet Theatre.)
20- The Weekly Article "A Postman's Rat-Tat."
21- Article on "Association Football." Written by K.W.D.
22- Article on the "Polo and Riding Pony Society."
23- The Weekly Article "At The Varsities." Written by Gog - Magog.
24- The Weekly Article "Our Indian Letter." Written by our own Correspondent.