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: THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING AND QUEEN IN SCOTLAND A SCOTTISH RELIGIOUS SERVICE

Relayed from
St. Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh
Psalm No. 23, The Lord's my Shepherd
(Tune, Covenanters)
Call to Prayer
Prayers and The Lord's Prayer
Prose Psalm No. 121, I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills
' Old Testament Lesson—Micah iv, 1-7
Paraphrase No. 60, Father of peace and God of love (Tune, Palestrina)
New Testament Lesson, St. Matthew vii, 13-29
The Apostles' Creed Prayer of Intercession
Hymn, Jesus, the very thought of Thee
(This hymn to be sung to the Old Scottish Psalm Tune called 'Dundee')
-Address by the Very Rev. CHARLES L. WARR , D.D., Dean of the Thistle and Chapel Royal, and Chaplain to His Majesty the King
Psalm No. 124 (2nd Version), Now
Israel may say (Tune, Old 124th)
Prayer
Doxology, Praise God, from whom all blessings flow
Benediction
THE NATIONAL ANTHEM
(From Edinburgh)
St. Giles' Cathedral, in which Their Majesties the King and Queen are worshipping this morning, has Royal associations extending over many hundreds of years. It is popularly supposed, though there is no supporting evidence, that a Christian place of worship has existed on the present site since the time of King Edwin of Northumbria. Twelfth - century St. Giles was burned during an English raid in 1385 and restored by King Robert III. Succeeding kings bestowed their favour. During the centuries the cathedral has been put to secular as well as sacred uses. Parts of it have been used as an exchange, a post-office, and the town clerk's office; cannon have been mounted in the tower and exchanged shots with the castle.

Contributors

Unknown: Very Rev. Charles L. Warr
Unknown: King Robert Iii.

: A Vocal and Instrumental Recital

ELSIE COCHRANE (soprano)
ROBERT BURNETT (baritone)
RUTH WADDELL (violoncello)
ROBERT TAYLOR (pianoforte)

Contributors

Soprano: Elsie Cochrane
Baritone: Robert Burnett
Baritone: Ruth Waddell
Pianoforte: Robert Taylor

: A SCOTTISH RELIGIOUS SERVICE

Relayed from
The Parish Church, Leuchars
Order of Service
Psalm No. 143 (2nd Version), w. I and 2 (Tune, Leuchars, 179)
Prayer and The Lord's Prayer
Psalm No. 67 (Tune, Selma, 173) Lesson Prayer
Hymn, Holy Spirit, Truth Divine
(Rv. C.H., No. 193)
Address by the Rev. WILLIAM BoRTHwick, B.D.
Doxology, Praise God, from Whom all blessings flow (Rv. C.H., No. 709) Benediction (Threefold Amen)
Organist, JOSEPH FETTES

Contributors

Organist: Joseph Fettes

: The Week's Good Cause

An Appeal on behalf of THE Scottish GIRLS' FRIENDLY SOCIETY, by the Rt. Rev. P. D. THOMSON , D.D., Moderator of the Church of Scotland.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged by [address removed].
(From Edinburgh)

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. P. D. Thomson

: ' The News'

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








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