'Birth of Burns' programme, 1859
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Birth of Burns,
New Town Hall;
Tuesday, January 25, 1859.
Sir John Fife, Chairman.
Joseph Cowen, Sen., Esq., Vice-Chairman.
|Air—"God Save the Queen."|
Prince Albert, Prince of Wales, &c.
|Air—"Prince Albert's March."|
Army and Navy
The Immortal Memory of Robert Burns
|Song—"There was a Lad was born in Kyle."|
The Mining and Manufacturing Interests of the Tyne
|Geo. Ridley, Esq., M.P.|
|Song—"Flow on, Majestic River."|
The British Poets
|J. Baxter Langley, Esq.|
|Song—"Ye Banks and Braes."|
Our Country's Peasantry
|Saml. Donkin, Esq.|
|Song—"Behind yon Hills where Lugar flows."|
The Mayor and Corporation
|J. T. Hoyle, Esq.|
The Brotherhood of Man
|J. Cowen, Jun., Esq.|
|Song—"A Man's a Man for a' that."|
The Members for Newcastle
|T. M. Greenhow, Esq., M.D.|
|Song—"Of' a' the Airts."|
|Mr. Henry Gilpin.|
|Song—"Green Grow the Rashes 0."|
|Recitation—"Tam o' Shanter". . . . . . . .Mr. R. Warden.|
|Song—"Scots wha hae."|
|Councillor A. Nichol.|
The Committee of Management
|Councillor R. B. Brown.|
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