For Sale is an Issue of "Country Life," for September 17th, 1904. This issue contains 18 Pages, 36 Sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume. Condition is Good, the Spine being strengthened with Filmoplast Tape. Slight Yellowing to Right Margin. Text Clear and Bright.
Front Page shows a Portrait Photograph of "Mrs, Asquith and Child." Mrs. Asquith is the daughter of Sir Charles Tennant, and was married in 1894 to the Right Hon. H.H. Asquith.
1- Editorial called "Harvest Customs."
2- Country Notes.
3- The Lions of the Sea. Written by Charles Frederick Holder. (Illustrated.)
4- Modern Harvesting. (Illustrated.)
5- Mushrooms and how they Grow. Written by L.W. Brownell. (Illustrated.)
6- Wind and Water as Seed-Carriers. Written by Percy Collins. (Illustrated.)
7- Two Minds and a Mill. Written by George Frost and Ellen Collett.
8- In the Garden. a- The most beautiful Daffodils. b- Sweet Violets for Winter. c- Random Notes.
9- Featured Home this Week is "Barrington Court, Somersetshire." (Illustrated.)
10- Fulford Hall. Written by H.B. (Illustrated.)
11- To Literary Apprentices. Written by F.G.
12- "Babbing" on the Broads.
13- Grouse-Driving on Askrigg Moor. Written by C.J. Cornish. (Illustrated.)
14- September. Written by Fiona Macleod.
15- The St. Leger and Pretty Polly. Written by Trenton. (Illustrated.)
16- A Book of the Week. (Devils, written by Charles Wall.)
17- From The Farms. a- Stubbles. b- Thistles. c- The Honey Harvest. d- A use for Acorns.