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: THE SCOTTISH STUDIO ORCHESTRA

ELLA MCCONNELL (contralto)

Contributors

Contralto: Ella McConnell

: THE ROBERT BURNETT CHOIR

Conductor, ROBERT BURNETT
DOROTHY GODFREY (violoncello)

Contributors

Conductor: Robert Burnett
Conductor: Dorothy Godfrey

: A SCOTTISH RELIGIOUS SERVICE

Conducted by The Rev. GEORGE F. MACLEOD , M.C.
Relayed from
Govan Old Parish Church, Glasgow
Order of Service
Metrical Psalm, Praise waits for thee in Sion, Lord (No. 65, w. 1-4) (Tune, St. Stephen)
Call to Prayer Prayers
Hymn, Rise up, 0 men of God (Rev.
C.H. No. 344)
Lesson
The Apostles' Creed
Prayers
Hymn, Workman of God ! 0 lose not heart (Rv.C.H. 520, vv. 1-5)
Address by the Rev. A. R. R. REID ,
Finnart Church, Greenock
Hymn, Forgive the wrong this day we've done (Rv.C.H. 273, vv. 2-3)
Benediction
Organist, DAVID MACKIE

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. George F. MacLeod
Unknown: Rev. A. R. R. Reid
Organist: David MacKie

: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE

An Appeal on behalf of THE GLASGOW EYE INFIRMARY, by Sir ROBERT WILSON , LL.D.
The Glasgow Eye Infirmary has a proud record of service to the people of Glasgow, of the West of Scotland, and even further afield. Opened in 1824 in Incle Factory Lane, when the population of Glasgow was about 150,000, the Infirmary rapidly grew in importance. 208 patients were treated in 1824, and the number increased to 1,492 in 1852. New premises were opened in Berkeley Street in 1874, and these have since been extended. Last year the total number of in-patients was 1,768, while attendances of out-patients at Berkeley Street and Charlotte Street Dispensaries numbered no less than 75,262. The Berkeley Street patients included 1,336 children under five years of age and 2,366 children between five and fourteen.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Robert Wilson








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