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Burns Night Celebrations

Synopsis

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of the 168th Anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns.
Events at the Annual Dinner of the Cardiff Caledonian Society.
Relayed from Cox's Cafe.
Including:
The Mackintosh of Mackintosh, C.B.E., Chief of Clan Chattan, Lord-Lieutenant of Inverness-shire, proposing the 'Health of His Majesty The King'
Dr. James Devon, His Majesty's Prison Commissioner for Scotland, proposing
'The Immortal Memory of Robert Burns'
Inspector A.K. Wilson, proposing 'The Lassies'
Miss Jessie Malcolm replying to the toast of 'The Lassies'
The Haggis piped in by Piper Duncan MacDonald, M.V.O., who will also play selections during the evening
Robert Burnett (Baritone) (Scotia's ain singer of the sangs of Rabbie Burns)
In Burns's Songs

Contributors

Speaker: The Mackintosh of Mackintosh
Speaker: Dr. James Devon
Speaker: Inspector A.K. Wilson
Speaker: Jessie Malcolm
Piper: Piper Duncan MacDonald
Baritone: Robert Burnett






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