THE TOWER BALLROOM, BLACKPOOL
National Anthem, and ' Jerusalem '—
Conductor : Miss URSULA NETTLE-SHIP (Parry's setting to Words by William Blake )
Civic Welcome from His Worship
THE MAYOR OF BLACKPOOL
The business of the meeting will then include :—The Appointment of Returning Officers and Tellers The Appointment of Auditors
The Minutes of the Thirteenth -
Annual Meeting and Correspondence
Addresses by the Chairman, Lady
DENMAN, and the Rt. Hon. Sir CHARLES TREVELYAN , Bart., M.P., President of the Board of Education
Psalm 150 (To a chant of Pelham
Losson (Ecclesiastics xhv, 1-15)
Anthem, ' O Lord, Grant the King a long life'
(Dr. William Child)
Address by Mr. J. R. TANNER , Litt.D., ' Pepys as a Friend'
Unveiling of laurel wreath, by Rt. Hon. The
LORD MAYOR OF LONDON
Hymn, ' When all Thy mercies, 0 my God'
(Tune, Jeremiah Clarke)
The Commemoration Prayer will be offered from the Monument of Pepys, on the South Wall of the Church
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