'Birth of Burns' programme, 1859

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'Birth of Burns' programme, 1859  (1859) 
by Anonymous

Programme for an 1859 'Birth of Burns' event, held at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, celebrating Robert Burns.

Centenary Anniversary

of the

Birth of Burns,

New Town Hall;

Tuesday, January 25, 1859.

Sir John Fife, Chairman.

Joseph Cowen, Sen., Esq., Vice-Chairman.

Programme.


1.
The Queen
............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Chairman.
Air—"God Save the Queen."
2.
Prince Albert, Prince of Wales, &c.
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Chairman,
Air—"Prince Albert's March."
3.
Army and Navy
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Chairman.
Air—"Rule, Britannia."
4.
The Clergy
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Chairman.
5.
The Immortal Memory of Robert Burns
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Chairman.
Song—"There was a Lad was born in Kyle."
6.
The Mining and Manufacturing Interests of the Tyne
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Geo. Ridley, Esq., M.P.
Song—"Flow on, Majestic River."
7.
The British Poets
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J. Baxter Langley, Esq.
Song—"Ye Banks and Braes."
8.
Our Country's Peasantry
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Saml. Donkin, Esq.
Song—"Behind yon Hills where Lugar flows."
9.
The Mayor and Corporation
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J. T. Hoyle, Esq.
Air—"Keel Row."
10.
The Brotherhood of Man
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J. Cowen, Jun., Esq.
Song—"A Man's a Man for a' that."
11.
The Members for Newcastle
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T. M. Greenhow, Esq., M.D.
Song—"Of' a' the Airts."
12.
The Ladies
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Mr. Henry Gilpin.
Song—"Green Grow the Rashes 0."
13.
The Press
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———
Recitation—"Tam o' Shanter". . . . . . . .Mr. R. Warden.
14.
The Chair
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Vice-Chair.
Song—"Scots wha hae."
15.
The Vice-Chair
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Councillor A. Nichol.
Air.
16.
The Committee of Management
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Councillor R. B. Brown.
Song—"Auld Langsyne."

Printed by M. & M. W. Lambert, 42-50, Grey Street, Newcastle.

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