Throne And Country

I can find no record of this publication, other than this double page Studdy illustration I came across.

Christmas Dinners In Many Climes: No.1 In Bengal

Harper's Weekly

A heavily political magazine with much commentary and opinion which ran from 1857 to 1916.  It also published many short stories and serials, with authors including Henry James, Rudyard Kipling, J.M. Barrie, & Conan Doyle.  This illustration was one that had previously appeared in The Sketch.

The Recognition; or, calf love.

The Sphere

An illustrated weekly that focused on news stories and society features between 1900 & 1964.  It absorbed two other well-known weeklies, Black and White (1912) and The Graphic (1932).

Love is blind.

"When I say my prayers, mummy, may I pray for rain?"

The Graphic

Published from 1869 to 1932, it was noted for its many illustrations.  It also published much serial fiction including Wilkie Collins, Anthony Trollope, Victor Hugo, Thomas Hardy ("The Mayor of Casterbridge" 1886 and "Tess of the D'Urbervilles" 1891), George Meredith, J.M. Barrie, H.G. Wells and John Buchan.  Fiction dwindled in later years though Graham Greene was a young contributor.  All of the Studdy contributions I've found so far have come from the Christmas Numbers.

A Christmas Eve Dream.

His first trouble.

The Guest arrives.

The Late Tennant.

Published from 1891 to 1912, it contained much fiction with authors including Henry James, Bram Stoker, H. G. Wells, Robert Barr, Jerome K. Jerome and E. Nesbit.  The two Studdy contributions are from the Christmas Number of 1911, it's last Christmas edition.

In Baulk.

In off the red.

The Field

A monthly that started out in 1853 as a weekly, it is older than any other currently monthly publication, and is the world’s oldest rural affairs magazine.  It is still in print today.  Below is a set of prints that appeared as supplements to the magazine, & were also the basis of the later book "Fishing A Diagnosis.... With Symptoms by G.E. Studdy" published by Field & Queen in 1914.

If you hear a low muttering roar like a bull...

Approach your favourite pool stealthily...

If two members of a Fly-Fishing Club...

These next two prints are of an unknown publisher, but I include them here as being possibly connected to The Field.

The hit of the season.

The abandoned match.

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