For Sale is an Issue of "Country Life," for October 23rd. 1937. This issue contains 12 Pages, 24 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. Condition of the Print is Very Good, the Spine being strengthened with Filmoplast Tape. (No Supplement with this Issue.)
Front Page shows a Photograph of "The Countess of Radnor on her Favourite Hunter, Forshane, at Longford Castle." Lady Radnor is Joint-Master of the Wilton Hunt with Major A. E. Phillips. Her husband's great-grandfather, the fourth Earl of Radnor established the pack in 1869, with Kennels at Longford Castle.
1- Editorial called "National Lands."
2- Editorial called "The Light Horse."
3- Country Notes. a- Drought and Mist. b- A National Road Scheme. c- The Question of Cost. (The Cost of New Road Schemes.) d- The National Gallery Giorgiones. e- The Compton Field Station. f- Village Colleges. g- Rheims Cathedral. h- Rugby in Sunshine. i- Mustard in the Fens. j- Neglected Fruits.
4- The Hunting Season in Prospect. Written by P.W.
5- Hounds of the World. (Sir John Buchanan-Jardine's Researches.)
6- Half Page Colour Picture of a Painting by T. Ivester Lloyd called "Orthodox Foxhounds from Sir John Buchanan-Jardine's Kennel."
7- Half Page Colour Picture of a Painting by Baron Karl Reille called "Gascon-Saintongeois Hounds of the Levesque Type."
8- A Casual Commentary- Manners. By B.D.
9- Famous Hunts and their Countries. (The South Oxfordshire.) Written by Peter Wood.
10- Featured Home this Week is an Historic Villa, "Malcontenta-II. Venice. The Residence of Mr. A. C. Landsberg. Designed by Palladio about 1555 for the Foscari family, Malcontenta was decorated within with a marvellous series of frescoes by Veronese, Zelotti, and Battista Franco. Discovered by the present owner beneath layers of whitewash, these masterpieces have not previously been published. Written by A.C. Landsberg.
11- Verse. "Evening in the Chilterns." By Sir John Squire.
12- Books and Authors. (Lord Grey and his Friends - A Review by Lord Kennet.)
13- At the Theatre. (The Bleakest Comedy.) by George Warrington.
14- Where do out Migrant Butterflies go in Winter ?. Written by L. Hugh Newman.