For Sale is an Issue of the "Country Life," December 18th 1937. This issue contains 13 Pages, 26 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. Condition is Very Good, with the Spine strengthened with Filmoplast Tape. (No Supplement with this issue.)
Front page shows a Portrait Photograph of "Miss Suzanne Lyle. Miss Suzanne Lyle, who is the youngest daughter of Sir Leonard Lyle, Bt., and Lady Lyle, is engaged to Mr. Thomas Skyrme, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Skyrme. The engagement of her sister, Miss Nancy Lyle, the tennis player, to Captain Philip F. Glover, R.N., was announced this week.
Articles. 1- Editorial - Farmers and the Government.
2- The Muddle of the Roads.
3- Country Notes. a- The Dorset Heaths. b- Foot-And-Mouth Policy. c- Condemned Cottages. d- Two Houses For The Nation. e- Mr. Percival Griffiths. f- Racing Cheetahs. g- The Ingenious Snatcher. h- Too Few Cooks. i- A Great Oar.
4- A Special Survey by "Country Life," for "Foot And Mouth Disease." The present widespread outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease demands serious public attention. the following articles, in dealing with the disease and its related problems, discuss the points of view of the scientist, the Ministry of Argiculture, and the farmer. a- Science and the Virus. b- The policy of Slaughter. c- The Present Outbreak. d- What it means to the farmer. by H. G. Robinson. e- A General Summing-up.. By Professor Sir Frederick Hobday.
5- A Casual Commentary. (Oxford's Crowded Hour.)
6- A Southdown Shoot. Described by Major H.B.C. Pollard.
7- Landscape and Coal. (A New shaft that will not blight the neighbourhood.)
8- Munchalls Castle, Kincardineshire. The Residence of Mr. Gordon Mackintosh.
9- Books and Authors. (A Study in Transitions - Reviewed by Edith Olivier.)
10- Trout Fishing at 12,000 Feet. By C.A. Brown.
11- The Smithfield Show. By H. G. Robinson.
12- At The Theatre. (Low Jinks and High.) By George Warrington.
13- Contemporary British Painting.
14- Golf by Bernard Darwin. (The Selectors' Burden.)