Born, 12th June, 1819.
Died, 23rd January, 1875.
The Rev. D. C. MITCHELL , M.A., will speak on Kingsley as a Social Reformer, Author and Clergyman, the narrative being illustrated by Recitations and Songs.
J. K . THOMSON (Mezzo - Soprano).
EDGAR GAULD (Tenor).
The Rev. D. C. MITCHELL , M.A. (Baritone).
At the Piano-ELEANORE BOURNE.
Mezzo-Soprano Soli. Recitations bv the Reverend D. C . Mitchell ,
" A Rough Rhyme on a Rough Matter "
(from " Yeast ").
" Clear and Cool " (from " Water Babies "). " I Once Had a Sweet Little Doll, Dears "
(from " Water Babies ").
" Baby Jesus Who Dost Lie " (from " The
Saints' Tragedy ").
" Lorraine " (Kingsley's last poem).
Rev. D. C.
Rev. D. C.
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