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: SERVICE TO COMMEMORATE THE SEALING OF MAGNA CARTA.

Relayed from
Runueinedo, Egham.
Hymn, "All People That On
Earth do Dwell."
Lesson-Matthew, Chap. V, verses
2 to 16, inclusive Rev. F. W. VAUGHAN , M.C., Wesleyan Minister.
Prayers, led by Rev. E. T. KIRBY ,
Congregational Pastor:- 1. Lord's Prayer. 2. Supplication.
3. General Thanksgiving (from
Prayer Book) with special sentence.
Hymn, " God Bless Our Native
Laud."
Address by the LORD CHIEF
JUSTICE OF ENGLAND.
Selection by the EGHAM and DISTRICT PRIZE BAND and the STAINES SALVATION ARMY BAND.
Hymn, "Now Thank We All
Our God."
Closing Prayer by Rev. H. F. POOLE , Curate of Egham.
Benediction by the VICAR OF
EGHAM.
National Anthem.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. F. W. Vaughan
Unknown: Rev. E. T. Kirby
Unknown: Rev. H. F. Poole

: Shakespeare's heroines.

" Hamlet."
Ophelia-Fay Compton.
Act II., Scene I.-A Room in Polonius's House.
Act III., Scene I.-A Room in the Castle.
Act IV., Scene 5.-Elsinore-A
Room in the Castle.

: The Bells

of St. Botolph's Church
(Stedman's Triples).
Rung by the Ancient Society of College Youths.

: Religious Service.

Relayed from
LINCOLN CATHEDRAL.
Order of Service:
The Lord's Prayer.
0 Lord, Open Thou Our Lips and Our Mouths Shall Show Forth Thy Praise."
Psalm 46. Lesson.
Magnificat (Walmisley in D Minor) Collects. Address by the Venerable Archdeacon BLACKIE, Canon and Precentor of the Cathedral, Chaplain to H.M. the King.
Hymn, "There is a Blessed Home."

: The Week's Good Cause

The Shaftesbury Society: Appeal by Mr. WALTER SCHOLES , Chairman.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Walter Scholes

: EMILIO COLOMBO and tho Hotel Victoria Orchestra.

Relayed from the Hotel Victoria, London.
THE ORCHESTRA. THE ORCHESTRA.
"Hymn to St. Ceeilia."








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