1935 COUNTRY LIFE Magazine CHRISTS HOSPITAL Moya la Pour Beresford Bellew (1302)

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller sleekburn (9,776) 100%, Location: ENGLAND, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 163585628112 Moya Beresford Bellew CHRISTS HOSPITAL HORSHAM Border Hunt Foxhounds Northumberland JACOB ROBSON Chinese Art Exhibition Burlington House COUNTRY LIFE Original Vintage Magazine DATED 1935 Please read condition report at the end of the description. This first part of the description features a list of images i.e. photographs, sketches, drawings etc (these sometimes have descriptive articles but not always). They include: The Hon. Moya Beresford Daughter of Lord Decies - full front page photograph by Bassano – announcing forthcoming marriage to the Hon. Patrick Bellew. Exhibition of Chinese Painting at Burlington House: A Drunken Orgy ( Sung or Song Dynasty ) – Lent by A. Stoclet of Brussels ' Gazing at the Moon by Ma Yuan (active 1190-1224) – Lent by the Chinese Government. Horses and Grooms by Jen Jen-Fa (14C) – Lent by the Fagg Art Museum USA. Detail of herd of Deer in A Grove (AD 907-960) – Lent by Chinese Government. Fishing on a Snowy Day (AD907-60) – Lent by Chinese Government. Sage in Forest by Li Lung-Mien (AD 1040-1103) – Lent by A. Stoclet, Brussels. Geese in Flight. Part of the Scroll "The Hundred Geese" by Ma Fen (late 11C) – Lent by the Honolulu Academy. Early Autumn by Chien Hsuan (AD 1235-1290) – Part of Scroll Lent by Detroit Institute of Art. Autumn Melons ( Sung ) – Lent by Chinese Government. To accompany review of "Twenty Years Under the Sea" by Mr J. E. Williamson -: A Photograph of a Native West Indian Diver in the Act of Knifing a Shark ' Stomach Side Up, Three Sucker Fish Ride on Top of a Shark. The Williamson Submarine Tube - from a drawing; shows the submerged photographic chamber and tube ( Williamson Photosphere ) invented by Charles Williamson, with boat and winch above. Convict Fish and Schoolmasters Parade Before Our Majic Window - a photograph taken from inside the chamber. On the Serengeti in Tanganyika: Herd of Wildebeest Approaching a Water hole. Vultures in a Tree.Sleekburnc. Nest of a Crested Crane. Christ's Hospital School at Horsham: The Dining Hall and Chapel. Quadrangle and The Fountain. Preceded by "Markers" - Boys Marching into Hall by Houses. School Band Marching To Dinner Parade. Dinner hall – Boys Sitting Down to a Meal At Table they Lay Themselves – Verrio's Canvas From Newgate Street Showing James II. The Boys Singing in Big School. Boys Going to Chapel – A Glimpse of the Headmaster, Big School Clock and Cloisters. The Chapel Interior – Grecians Occupy the Back Row. Verrio's Amll Design for the Great Painting of james II Receiving the Girls and Boys. Re-erected at the Back End of the Big School – Wren's Brick Portico from Newgate Street. Newgate Street in 1740 - The Old Buildings and Christ Church. Wrens Brick Facade. Masters Lodge and The Old Writing School. Famous Hunts and Their Countries – The Border (A Northumberland Hunt): Master of the Border Hounds 1879-1933 - The Late Mr Jacob Robson. Rowantree Crag: A Strong Hole - hounds and huntsmen, horse (part) in foreground. Fox Hounds: Ranger - Ringwood - Music - Stormer - x4pics. Mr Jacob Robson Join Master with Mr Simon Dodd (not in photo) - photograph of Mr Robson on horse. At Greenchesters: The Border Hounds with Whipper Mr John Hall and Mr Jacob Robson JM. Black Blakehope: Cub Hunting; The Rede Valley in the Distance. Bolting a Fox on the Acres: Mister Jacob Robson Holding a Border Terrier in Arms, and Hounds - plus another man Correspondence Page – Photographs from Readers: At The Boschetto Agricultural College in South Africa – From Alicia Rockley. The Baby Zebra Captured on A Kenya Farm Reive – From B. A. Soltan. Stapelia Variegata for the cool Greenhouse – From Patrick M. Synge. Boys of the YMCA Boston Spar Farm Training hostel – W. W. Wakefield Chairman of YMCA Welfare Work for Unemployed 4 Great Russell St WCI London. Stumpy the Exmoor Pony aged 24 on a Farm Near Exford – M. G. S. Best. Marks Tey Church Essex – The Wooden Font – From H. J. Smith. ~~~~ This second part of the description features items of news articles etc but have no images associated with the subject matter unless listed above. They include: Architecture and The Layman – with mention of Royal Institute of British Architects RIBA – Mr L. H. Keay – St Andrew[s Garden Scheme at Liverpool – LCC's (London County Council) East Hill Estate at Wandsworth – Mr Oliver Hill Development of Frinton – Mr Wells Coates – etc Country Notes: Relief for country Houses – with mention of Lord Brocket – Land Policy The Threat to Blackdown ( West Sussex ) with mention of Tennyson's Lane – Haslemere and District Preservation Society – Sir Richard Garton - Aldworth House – H. H. The Gaekwar of Baroda The Ladies Plate – with mention of Henley – Carol for 1935 – verse by7 Marion Peacock Farming Policy – with mention of Mr A. G. Street of "Farmers Glory" fame Squash and Its Champions – with mention of Amr Bey etc Ring Roads for London – with mention of the Roads Improvement Association City Church Threatened - All Hallows in Lombard Street Go-Ahead Railways Keenlyside Nature Photography at Charing Cross – with mention of the London Passenger Transport Board The Wind in the Sycamore – Poem by Olive Dehn A Great Sea Captain – referring to Admiral of the Fleet John Rushworth Jellicoe - Earl Jellico Chinese Paintings at Burlington House – by M. Chamot "Twenty Years Under the Sea" a book by John Ernest Williamson – the article is written by F. G. Boulenger A Christmas Meeting by Bernard Darwin June Days on the Serengeti in Tanganyika – by Audrey Moore Theatre Column by George Warrington – with mention of Mr Alan Bott – Mr John Gielgud - Mr Shaw – Barry Sullivan – Mr Irving Christ's Hospital – by Edmund Blunden Book Reviews include: Life and Letters of John Galsworth by Vincent Marrot Private and Confidential Edited Miel by Brian Grayson – Review by C. Fox Smith Victorian Swansdown Edited by Cyril Bruyn Andrews and J. A. Orr-Ewing Scenery and the Sense of Sight byVaughan Cornish – Review by V. H. Friedlaender Victorious Troy by John Masefield – Review by S. Famous Hunts – The Border Hunt Northumberland - by M. F. New Game for Horsemen – Letter to the Editor of Country Life on a New Form of Modified Polo – from Lieutenant Colonel J. R. C. Gannon - - - Letter to Ed. From J. L. Cave Penney - - - Letter to Ed. From T. Elder Jones - - - Letter to Ed. From H. B. Dickinson - - - Letter to Ed. from G. K. Barber Correspondence Page – Letters from Readers: Exceptional Cock Pheasant – From Georege J. Scholey Ladies Plate at Henley – from Oxford Etonian John Ridd Ponies of Exmoor – from M. G. R. Best. Sleekburnc. 1004 CONDITION/DIMENSIONS 12 pages (24 sides). It measures 345 x 235 mm (13.5 x 9.25 " ). There is no outer cover, but the main front page is present showing the Country Life header, price, date etc. This issue has had the Property For Sale Supplement, and some advertising pages removed, prior to binding. The spine is worn and there are binding witness marks, and some pages are loose. The images are in b&w unless otherwise stated. Some of the pages may have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their age. The four digit number in brackets in title is for my ref only. PLEASE NOTE: I cannot guarantee that the issue is complete 'as published' - but what I have described above IS present. There are pages missing as described above so if you are looking for something in particular in this issue PLEASE ASK. The process of the page numbering in The Country Life issues continue from previous week and therefore do not start at number 1. Quotation or speech marks in the text signifies the content in my words and not necessarily what is written on the original page. "Info." in the description is my research, although relevant to the accompanying image or article, is not necessarily in the text. This item will be packaged in a tube unless otherwise requested. Ebay Member since August 2001 Antique and Vintage Prints, Maps & Ephemera - Newspapers, Magazines, Back Issues & Books. - © (copyright) - SLEEKBURN PRINTS All text descriptions etc. in our listings are protected through copyright law, and have been electronically and invisibly coded, and are also protected under ebay VeRO rules. Reproduction, in whole or part, without permission is a transgression of copyright. Condition: 12 pages (24 sides). It measures 345 x 235 mm (13.5 x 9.25 " ). There is no outer cover, but the main front page is present showing the Country Life header, price, date etc. This issue has had the Property For Sale Supplement, and some advertising pages removed, prior to binding. The spine is worn and there are binding witness marks, and some pages are loose. Some of the pages may have minor cuts tears and blemishes due to their great age. PLEASE NOTE: I cannot guarantee that the issue is complete 'as published' - but what I have described above IS present. PLEASE READ MAIN DESCRIPTION FOR DETAILED CONTENT AND CONDITION., Binding: Disbound, Non-Fiction Subject: Country Pursuits Farming Architecture Society, Language: English, Place of Publication: London, Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom, Subjects: Gardening Country Houses Agriculture Sport Hunting, Format: Magazine, Type: Vintage, Special Attributes: Illustrated, Year Printed: 1935, Original/Facsimile: Original, Publisher: Country Life

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