For Sale is an Issue of the "Country Life," for November 6th 1937. This issue contains 12 Pages, 24 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. Condition is Very Good, the Spine being strengthened with Filmoplast Tape. (No Supplement with this Copy.)
Front Page shows a Portrait of "The Hon. Lydia Yarde-Buller." Miss Yarde-Buller is the third daughter of the late Lord Churston and of Mrs. Theodore Wessel ; her engagement to Mr. Ian Lyle, eldest son of Sir Archibald Lyle, Bt., and Lady Lyle, has recently been announced.
Articles. 1- Defence Departments and the Land.
2- Georgian England.
3- Country Notes. a- Sir Hubert Maxwell. b- Hunting Begins. c- The Haig Statue. d- "Dick" Shepphard. e- Coal and Electricity. f- Paris Exhibition to Continue. g- The College Youths. h- Motors and the Courts. i- Jewish Monuments in France.
4- Full Page showing the following 5 Photographs. a- The Duke of Buccleuch's Hounds Moving Off from the Meet at Mellerstain, the Home of the Earl of Haddington. b- Col. F. G. B. Wingfield Digby, D.S.O., and Mr. E. Nuthall joint masters of the Blackmore Vale, at Sherborne Castle. c- Major Arden (Master) and Mrs. Arden (Acting Whipper-in) at the Mid-Devon's Meet, Chagford. d- Mrs. D. Crossman, one of the three joint masters of the Cambridgeshire, at the Downing Arms, Croydon. e- The Blackmore Vale moving off from Sherborne Castle.
5- Peter De Wint at Lincoln. Written by M.C.
6- The Big-Game Exhibition in Berlin. Written by Jager.
7- Hands of Competence. (The Village Carpenter.) Written by R.C.
8- A Casual Commentary. (A Rugby Match in the West.) Written by B.D.
9- Gray's Inn- 1. By the late the RT. Hon. Sir Dunbar Plunket Barton, Bt., K.C. a Master of the Bench in Gray's Inn. At the time of his recent death Sir Dunbar Plunket Barton was engaged on writing this and its succeeding article, the notes for which have been completed by Mr. S. N. Grant-Bailey. In this article the history of the Inn is traced from its origins in the fourteenth century to the completion of the Hall, 1556-59.
10- Books and Authors. - The Greatest Statesman - A Review by Gerald Bullett.
11- At The Theatre. - Susannah and the Youngsters. Written by George Warrington.
12- Fine English Silver. Written by M.J.
13- English Mezzotint Portraits. Written by J. De. Serre.
14- A Grassland Tour. Written by H. C. Long.
15- Taking a Rough Shoot. Some Hints on Inspection and Management. Written by Julian Tennyson.