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“TIPPERARY” IN CHURCH

The war hag been responsible for many curious transformation scenes in English life. At Tyler’s Green (Buckinghamshire) Church one Sunday evening recently the vicar, instead of preaching a sermon, read portions of the speech of Mr Lloyd George, delivered on the previous evening. On the previous Sunday evening, by request of the vicar, the Belgian, French, Russian, and English National Anthems were played on the organ, and the air of ‘ It’s * Long, Long Way to Tipperary’ was! rendered as a imuriading jpJuatflryy j

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“TIPPERARY” IN CHURCH, Evening Star, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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“TIPPERARY” IN CHURCH Evening Star, Issue 15662, 28 November 1914

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