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Clothing and accessories – helmet

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TitleTitle'Fire, Fire, Fire''Fire, Fire, Fire'Steam Engine at WorkSteam Engine at WorkThe Jewin Street FireThe Jewin Street FireA Noble RescueDevonshire RegimentMounted Military Police CorpsRoyal EngineersEast Kent Regiment'They Parted His Raiment' (Tissot)A common Incident of Blighted LifeKleptomania Brown contemplating a toothsome supperA double catch'You'll have to answer for this,' said heI got pushed up in a cornerI got pushed up in a cornerWhen up sprang a young firemanWhen up sprang a young firemanHe got on the top of the ladderHe got on the top of the ladderThey hurried with him to hospitalJesus falling beneath the CrossNailing Christ to the CrossSt Paul rescued from the MultitudeOff the trackIntroduction with TitleWho said the Irish Soldier would be traitor to the QueenThen give three cheers for the Dublin FusiliersThen give three cheers for the Dublin FusiliersThe glorious colours that you bear record your splendid deedsBrave lads, you have avenged Majuba HillJohnny thinks he will have some fun with the BobbyHe takes a good aim and gives Bobby a poserBobby happens to be in a bad temperJohnny tries to escape by climbing down a high wallAfter a long chase Johnny climbs up a tree for safetyBobby decides to followHe struggles hard to get at himBut Johnny does not intend to be caughtWhen Bobby got his weight on the slender branchJohnny quietly drops to the ground, and the branch reboundsAnd Bobby has a great fallAbove the beating of the storm peals on the startled ear the fire alarmFrom yonder dwelling fiercely shooting outUp goes a ladder, thro' the startled throngSharp tongues of flame assail him in their wrathBehold! he quickly on the roof appearsUp with your ladders, quick! 'tis but a chanceSilence; he comes along the burning roadFiremen going to a Fire with EngineEnglish ArcherLife GuardsA VolunteerVoting by BallotAnd just as they reached the entry, lo, a woman's piercing shriek'The crowd in their brutal fury had beaten the woman downShe beckoned him down and whispered, and these were the words she said;Intro. with TitleI followed the crowd, and it brought me in front of the house in a blazeThe firemen were shouting their loudest and unwinding great lengths of hoseThe flames leaped up higher and higherI shall never forget the excitementThe ladder was put at the windowWhen up sprang a sturdy young firemanAnd on his broad shoulder was lyingBut just as he got to the middleThen sprang with a cry to the groundI took off my old hat and waved it'Here, little man, you haven't a moment to spare,' said the fireman'The policeman can shout, but I'm not going to stop'The policeman was a gymnast, so he gained his endIntro. with TitleRobert is a peeler boldLeaving the master's bonny son and heirHe did his duty like a manHis reward a sergeant's stripeI'm open to confess that it is the clothes that make the manWhat a sight the fire engine was to seeSally leapt toward him, crying, 'Daddy, dear daddy'He lurched back to his wretched roomThe sight of his old helmetHe made preparation for a scanty meal'Say it, then,' said he, looking at the black bottle'I must say my prayers, mustn't I?'He gave the landlady a shillingAt last he took the child on his kneeHe threw himself on the bed in a drunken stateThe vicar looked up at the old helmetOld Roasty polished up his helmetThe bed was empty, Nancy was goneOnce more the room was re-furnishedHe read pieces from the paper to NancyPoliceman catches TomCaution refused. PursuitSad calamityAdding insult to injuryMotorist: 'That chap can shout as hard as he likes'But that bobby proved to be a bit of a gymnastA Drunken Woman'Oh! please sir,' said Bart, 'make them let him go''Oh! please sir,' said Bart, 'make them let him go'Turned outTurned outSafe findFood and lodging achievedThe FiremenOff with the EscapeWe were soon out with the engineTearing through the streetsEvery one gave us a wide berthRescuing the maddened horsesThey were carrying out a womanBob ascends againLieutenant Reginald C. Hart, R.E.Trooper J. Doogan, 1st (King's) Dragoon GuardsThe New HomeThe New HomeJonathan and David'Hail, King of the Jews' (Dixon)Jesus Falls the First Time under the Weight of the Cross. Here by Salem's ancient walls, / 'Neath His burden Jesus falls. / [...]French Firemen at work note the leather dressesFire at Whiteley's -- Firemen carrying out a comrade who was overcome by fumesJohn, the police have him. Mind your new hat!Street scene by night, outbreak of fireThe house on fire, with engines, firemen, etc.The ruins after the fireOnward! Christian soldiers, / Marching as to warLike a mighty army / Moves the church of God;[Our Firemen, images 5-8]And they parted His raiment and cast lotsHubert bids good-bye to his friendsHubert promises to read the bibleHis eye fell upon his mother's lastHubert tried to replace the tornHubert placed the bible in his[Slide title unknown]Hubert woundedNext day the doctor cameThe nurse and doctor watch beside'Doctor, will you pray?'The young are sinking day by day, / In deepest sin and wretchedness;None but Christ can save her'Please, I can't reach'The helping hand'Will you have a Sweetie?'
Lucerna ID 9000726

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 1 April 2021

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