Bowes Park Methodist Church, London
Order of Service
Hymn, Praiee, my soul, the King of Heaven (M.H.B. 12 ; A. and M. 298)
The Lord's Prayer
Lesson, Revelation iii, 7-22
Hymn, Hark, my soul, it is the Lord
(M.H.B. 432; A. and M. 260)
Address by the Rev. W. GARFIELD
Hymn, 0 Jesus, Thou art standing
(M.H.B. 330 ; A. and M. 198)
Organist, FRANK SHARMAN
Choirmaster, FRANK JOLLY
An Appeal on behalf of ST. ANDREW'S WATERSIDE CHURCH
MISSION FOR SAILORS by Vice-Admiral Sir PERCY DOUGLAS ,
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should he addressed to [address removed].
Admiral Sir Percy
Admiral Sir Percy
THE B.B.C. ORCHESTRA
Leader, ARTHUR CATTERALL
Conducted by Sir HENRY WOOD
Till is not merely a legendary figure. He was born early in the fourteenth century and lived near the Harz mountains, in low Germany. He came of peasant stock and was wily, boorish, and class-prejudiced, but gifted with a remarkable wit and an irresistible love of fun. Till was a rogue, of course, but a merry one. His practical jokes as recorded in print are pawky, often pointless, nearly always unfortunate for the victim, but none the less amusing.
Till's adventures were first put in print more than a hundred years after his death, and a considerable number of versions were published. All over Europe Till's adventures were read and laughed over. Ben Jonson knew him from an English edition as Till Owlglass—a kind of Robin Goodfellow.
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