37th Anniversary


A Kerr

Members Present

Alexander Kerr, President,

who gave the Queen

Memory of Prince Albert

Edward Albert and the Royal Family

Both Houses of Parliament

The health of William Logan, compiler and writer of these records of the Club

The health of young members and

The Memory of Burns

Song. "Scotland" by Wm Logan, Kilbirnie

Song. "Corn rigs and barley rigs" by Daniel Cameron, Contractor, Dalry

James Stirrat, Banker, Dalry, Croupier, who gave

The Army, Navy and Volunteers

The Family of the Poet Burns and

The Living Poets with W. E. Ayton

Captain Paton of Hillend replied to the first toast

Song. "Rule Britannia" by Mr Cameron, con.

Song. "We are brethren a'" by Hugh Allan

Song. "The Volunteers of Dalry" by Mr Logan

William Fergusson, Teacher, gave the memory of Sir Walter Scott

Song. "Jock o' Hazeldean" by Mr Gray, Middleton

Dr Hamilton, gave the memory of deceased members; and that of William Shakespeare

Song. "Green grow the rashes, O" by Mr Loudon

William Logan, Kilbirnie, gave the memory of Thomas Moore

Song. "The meeting of the waters" by Mr Cameron, Contractor

Song. "Old Scotland" by Mr Cameron, Teacher

Mr Gray, Middleton, gave the memory of Professor Wilson

Recitative. "The burial of Sir John Moor" by H Morris

Song. "Tam Glen" by Mr Gray

David Brown gave the Historians, with the memory of T. B. Macaulay

Song. "Allister McAllister" by James McNair

Song. "This is no my ain lassie" by Mr Loudon

William McNair, Parochial Schoolmaster, Fenwick gave the Scottish poets of the eighteenth century, with memory of Ramsey and Fergusson

Song."Loudon's bonjnie woods and braes" by Mr Cameron, Contractor

Song. "The Soldier's tear" by Williajm Logan

Mr Cameron, Teacher, gave the memory of Thomas Campbell

Song. "The exile of Erin" by Wm. Logan

Song. "Blythe Dumbarton's bonnie Bell" by J. Longwill

David Murdoch gave the memory of Lord Byron

Song. "Dark Loch-na-gair" by Mr Gray

Song. "Little gipsy Jane" by The Croupier

Dr. Blair gave the living Novelists , with E. B. Lytton

Hugh Morris gave the memory of Tannahill

Song. "Jessie the flower of Dunblane"

Alexander Comrie gave the memory of James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd

Captain Paton gave the song writers with A.Park

David Longwill, Hawhill

Allan Loudon

James McNair

Robert Montgomerie

James Longwill

James White, Kilwinning

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