QUILTER'S songs are from a cycle of six settings of poems by Herrick, the seventeenth-century parson-poet. Herriek, surrounded by not very congenial folk in his little Devonshire parish, let his imagination stray not only over everything lie saw, but also in fairy realms, to our infinite delight. The ' Julia ' of whose beauty and graces he sings was probably not entirely a visionary person.
From the Studio
Hymn, The King of Love my Shepherd is '
'(A and M... No 197)
Bible Reading: St. Matthew, Chapter xxv, verses 14-29
Anthem, ' God so loved the world' ...... Moore Address by the Rev. R. W. THOMPSON
Hymn, 'Jesu, Thou joy of loving hearts ' (A. and M., No. 190)
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