Talk by the Rev. E. A. Payne
General Secretary of the Baptist Union
Since 1732 twenty-one annually ejected laymen of the London congregations of three dissenting bodies (Presbyterians, Congregationalism, and Baptists) have worked to protect the civil right of Protestant dissenters. Before his death in 1941 Bernard Lord Manning edited the very full minutes of their meetings and prepared a manuscript on the history of these Dissenting Deputies. This work has recently been published, edited by Ormerod Greenwood. In his talk Dr. Payne reviews the book and speaks of the work of the Deputies.
(The recorded broadcast of April 18)
Rev. E. A.
Cecilia Wessels (soprano)
London Symphony Orchestra
(Leader. Thomas Matthews )
Conductor, Basil Cameron
Giosse Fuge for strings
9.33 app. Two Songs from Egmont
Freudvoll und leidvoll Die Trommel gerühret
9.41 app. Overture: Leonora No. 3
From the Royal Albert Hall , London
A ballad by Lynette Roberta
Produced by Peter Duval Smith
This original unpublished ballad is based on the true story of John Daniel Evans. In 1865 Welsh colonists founded a settlement at Chubut in Patagonia; and in 1883 Evans, with three fricnds, journeyed into the interior in search of gold. The party was attacked by Teihuelche Indians and only Evans escaped with his life.
(The recorded broadcast of Feb. 1)
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