by The Massed Bands of The Colchester Garrison
(Colchester Carnival Society)
3RD CARABINIERS, 2nd Batt.
THE ROYAL FUSILIERS,
THE BLACK WATCH, 2nd Batt.
THE KING'S SHROPSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY, 2nd Batt-
THE MIDDLESEX REGIMENT
(By permission of the Commanding Officers)
Relayed from CASTLE PARK,
Conductor, H. E. AUSTING
God Save the King
(From THE STUDIO)
Conducted by the Reverend Father C. C. MARTINDALE, S.J.
Opening Prayers Motot, Christus factus est Felice Anerio (died 1614)
Hymn, To Christ, the Prince of Peace
(Westminster Hymnal, No. 83)
The music at this Studio Service will be sung by the Choir of St. Patrick's Church, Soho Square, W.1, under the direction of Mr. F. J. WALSH CLARK
Mr. F. J. Walsh
Appeal on behalf of THE
WARK DIOCESAN CAMP by the Reverend F. H. GILLINGHAM
Contributions will be gratefully received by [address removed], and cheques should be made payable to The Treasurer. Southwark
Reverend F. H.
Reverend F. H.
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