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[Magic lantern entertainment] (lantern entertainment, London, England, 12 March 1879)

Type of event
lantern entertainment
Full title
Magic lantern entertainment
Date
12 March 1879
Audience
scholars at annual treat
People linked to event

LILLEY, W.E.  (fl. 1870s) – lecturer

Organisations linked to event
Reference
‘Intelligence’ in Sunday School Chronicle

“New Court Mission School - On the 12th instant, the scholars had their annual treat, when about 160 sat down to tea in the school-room. After tea a procession was formed, and headed by Miss Broom's Mission Drum and Fife Band, and with a gay sprinkling of flags, &c., marched to the Public Hall, where an entertainment of dissolving views, illustrated of 'The Life of Moses,' and 'Scrub, the Workhouse Boy,' and miscellaneous views was given. Mr. W. E. Lilley, of London, acted as lecturer. Several hymns and songs were sung by the scholars during the evening.”

Lucerna ID 7001815

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 19 February 2011

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