Volume 1 Issue 12 December 1951
Geoffrey Grigson places the great English landscape artist in historical context.
C.E. Stevens searches the elusive world of ancient Britain.
T. Charles Edwards on the position of Catholics in Victorian England.
The memories of Archibald Philip Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery, of the political crisis that Gladstone's final resignation caused at the heart of the British government in 1894.
T.H. McGuffe describes the invasion, and subsequent hurried retreat, of England during the Jacobite Rebellion.
Charles Mauricheau-Beaupré surveys the broad sweep of history occupants of the Palace of Versailles have witnessed, and makes a case for its rehabilitation.