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[Magic lantern entertainment] (lantern entertainment, London, England, November 1893)

Type of event
lantern entertainment
Full title
Magic lantern entertainment
November 1893
C.A. Band of Hope
People linked to event

CHESHIRE, Miss   (fl. 1890s) – lecturer

HUNT, Mr   (fl. 1890s) – lantern operator

William R. Davey, ‘The Church's Holy War’ in Church Army gazette

“Peckham, St. Jude's.-On Sunday evening we had a bright service, with addresses by Capt. Comer an Mr. Snell, including a very pretty solo with a harp accompaniment by Mrs. Bateman, and a duet by Mrs, Birbridge and Mr. Clark. On Monday, we had the first Anniversary tea in connection with the Women's Social Work, which was commenced some time ago by Mrs. Comer. In the absence of the Vicar, one of the assistant clergy (Rev. Carus Steel) was present. Mrs. Scott, our Vicar's wife, and several lady friends presided at the table. On Tuesday evening, the juveniles of the C.A. Band of Hope were entertained through the kindness of Miss Cheshire, with a magic lantern exhibition. Mr. Hunt, of the St. Jude S.S., working and lending the lantern. The entertainment went off very well, and the little people were delighted. S.A.C. For Capt. Comer.”

Lucerna ID 7001246

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 19 February 2011

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