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: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

1ST BATTALION THE ARGYLL AND SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS (PRINCESS
LOUISE'S)
Commemorates the Raising of the Regiment-Io February, 1794
Relayed from Colinton Parish Church
Order of Service :
Voluntary
Entry of Colours (Tune, A Lament for
Maclean of Ardgour)
Praise, Psalm 100
Prayers by the Rev. THOMAS MARJORI
BANKS, D.D. (Minister of Colinton Parish Church)
Lesson : Psalm 91, read by the Officer
Commanding, Lt.-Col. A. R. G. WILSON , D.S.O.
Praise, Psalm 23
Lesson, Ephesians vi, 10-24, read by the Very Rev. W. PERRY , D.D., Dean of Edinburgh
Address (Psalm No. 103, Verse 2) by the Rev. J. LYNN , B.D. (Assistant Chaplain-General, Scottish Command)
Praise, Paraphrase No. 2 The National Anthem
The Blessing: The
Rev. THOMAS MARJORIBANKS , D.D. Retiral of Colours (Tune, Garb of Old
Gaul)
The Praise is led by the Band of the Regiment

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Thomas Marjori
Unknown: Lt.-Col. A. R. G. Wilson
Unknown: Very Rev. W. Perry
Unknown: Rev. J. Lynn
Unknown: Rev. Thomas Marjoribanks

: A Recital

MARJORIE PARRY (soprano)
EVELYN ROTHWELL (oboe)
EILEEN GRAINGER (viola)
JEAN DOWNS (recitations)
(From Glasgow)

Contributors

Soprano: Marjorie Parry
Oboe: Evelyn Rothwell
Viola: Eileen Grainger

: 'The News'

Weather Forecast, General News Bulletin, followed by Scottish Announcements (From Edinburgh)








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