EXCERPTS RELAYED FROM TlDWORTH
(By kind permission of Lieut. - Gen.
Sir CECIL F. ROMER , K.C.B., K.B.E., C.M.G.)
RETREAT, INSPECTION OF THE GUARD, AND
Sounded by tho MASSED BUGLES of the 60TH KING'S ROYAL RIFLECORPS, RIFLE BRIGADE, and LIGHT INFANTRYUNITS
ENTRY OF THE MASSED BANDS OF THE 2ND
CAVALRY BRIGADE followed by THE MASSED DISMOUNTED BANDS OF THE 3RD
All the Massed Bands then play:
Prince Charles draws up his lines to the sound of the pipes
The entry and forming up of the English forces
The battle and defeat of the Highlanders; followed by the departure of Prince Charles from the Highlands to a Highland Lament
During the above scene the bandswill play
The Assembly of the Troops
The Evening Hymn
THE LAST POST
GOD SAVE THE KING.
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