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: ' In Journeyings Oft'

The Gold Coast and Togoland
T. L. BEVERIDGE

Contributors

Unknown: T. L. Beveridge

: A SCOTTISH FESTIVAL SERVICE

(Church of Scotland) from
St. Columba's, Pont Street
Order of Service
God save the King
Psalm cxxi (Metrical version), I to the hills will lift mine eyes (Tune, French)
Prayers
Hymn, 0 come, 0 come, Immanuel
(A. and M. 49, Rv. C.H. 149)
Old Testament Lesson
Paraphrase 39, Hark, the glad, sound
(A. and M. 53, Rv. C.H. 40)
New Testament Lesson
Hymn, Immortal, invisible, God only wise (Rv. C.H. 12, S.P. 535)
Prayers .
Hymn, Approach, my soul (A. and M.
626, Rv. C.H. 451) (Tune,Stracathro)
The Lord's Prayer
Address by the Rev. ARCHIBALD FLEMING , D.D.
Hymn, God, the Omnipotent (A. and M. 742, Rv. C.H. 461)
Blessing
(The lessons will be read by the Right Hon. W. S. Morrison , M.C., M.P.)
Organist, T. Arnold Fulton
(From Regional)

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Archibald Fleming
Unknown: W. S. Morrison
Organist: T. Arnold Fulton

: A Recital

CATHERINE MENTIPLAY
(contralto)

Contributors

Contralto: Catherine Mentiplay

: A Scotswoman's Diary

ANN SCOTT MONCRIEFF

Contributors

Unknown: Ann Scott Moncrieff

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

(Church of Scotland) from The University Chapel,
St. Andrews
Order of Service
Psalm cxxi, I to the hills will lift mine eyes
Prayer
Prose Psalm cxii, Praise ye the Lord
Old Testament Lesson, Isaiah vi, 1-8 Magnificat
New Testament Lesson, St. John i, 35-42 Prayer
Hymn,. Jesus calls us! (Rr. C.H. 500)
(Tune, St. Andrew)
Address by the Very Rev. J. HARRY
MlLLER, C.B.E., D.D., Principal of St; Mary's College, St. Andrews
Prayer A
Hymn, The day is past and over
(Rv. C.H. 287) (omitting v. 3) (Tune, St. Anatolius)
Blessing
Almost forty years after the erection of the University of St. Andrews, the famous Bishop James Kennedy founded the first of its colleges and dedicated it to St. Salvator, the Holy Saviour. His donation was confirmed by Pope Nicholas V in 1451 and again, with some alterations and improvements, in 1456. In 1465, fifteen years after the beginnings of St. Salvator's, the founder-bishop was buried within the building he had erected, and his tomb still stands, not only as a monument tcf himself, but also, as a precious specimen of the artistic skill of the fifteenth century.
The chapel is almost unique among college churches in being situated on the outside of the quadrangle, with an entrance that now opens on the street; it was probably intended for general, as well as for undergraduate, use. Its revenues were designed for the support of thirteen students and masters, after the number:of the disciples with Jesus. The massive tower which serves as a landmark to travellers by land and sea was both a belfry and a gate-house ; the famous bell which Bishop Kennedy had cast in 1460, and to which he had given the name of ' Katherine ', was recast in 1609 and 1686 and has led to the legend of his niece ' Kate Kennedy ' in whose honour an annual procession is still held by the students.
The Chapel was successively used by Roman Catholics, Presbyterians, Episcopalians, and by Presbyterians again, and for some time it served as a commissary court. In 1759 the congregation of St. Leonard's Church were given the privilege of using the building as their parish church, but in 1904 it was resumed by the University and since then services have been regularly held during the session for the students of the University.

Contributors

Unknown: Very Rev. J. Harry
Unknown: James Kennedy
Unknown: Pope Nicholas
Unknown: Bishop Kennedy
Unknown: Kate Kennedy

: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE

An appeal on behalf of THE SCOTTISH NATIONAL COUNCIL OF YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATIONS, by The Lord KiNNAIRD
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]

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