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Sreat Review by the King FINE PAGEANT IN SCOTLAND. His Majesty's Pride in the Volunteers. "loudly the Kins held n. review of 38.000 >ia.ateers in Holyrood Park. Edinburgh. From 1,5 ",e morning till 6 o'clock a constant 3q fusion of troDp trains came into tbe city, dta 1°a meu arriving 'D the morning and 500 trains brought visitors to tbe city. The arrived from Rufford Abbey at the a *"riey Station at 8 o'clock precisely, and luf to Uolyrood I^'luco. Edinburgh Corporation waited on bis tb in the Palace, and presented him with of the city, which the King returned, ^'aR tbev could not be in better keeping. 1> tt\Clnarler loll the King rode ont of the fcJ*0e gardens to the paiade ground on a mag- bay chargpr. Ilia appearance was jtee,0(J with loud chcers fro on thtyhundreda of tir?0llar3c'3 ûf spectators who crowded the hi\ i„ 88, After reaching ihe saluting fia,? the King tbo Crimean and Indian Mutiny v^ians. The mounted troops and cava! brigade 'he march past, followed by the artillery H*ade, and then the different infantry brigades, UasBed bands of the regular trcopn playiDg j^Propriato aiis as each brigade paEsed before his march past was a most pictur j^6 sight, owing to the varied uniforms of the "ih^ lfle c'cse l^e review General Tucker and e officers were called to the front. His Majesty jJPtesaed satisfaction with all tbe arrangements. j,6 said it was highly creditable to volunteers they should have turned out in such large many of them coming from such dis- JQc«3. It had given him the greatest pleasure te8lX1eet the voluutcers.(\I)d he thoughtSthe display Reeled great credit on tbo loyalty of the force. Sir Thomas Lipton Injured. The review was brought to a close without: any a *y Berious mishap, except an unfortunate acci- jj nt to Sir Thomas Lipton. Sir Thomas, as Wj ^°l°De'. wa8 aiding past the Kiug at the l»o tIle Second Lanark Engineers, when the j threw him, and ho was kicked on the face. ,j 'pjaries arc not serious. Sir Thomas was jf^'t'Od by Professor Annandale. There were lb?"* a^dozen minor accidents to spectators, who 5°ged the steep hillsides. speech by the Duke of Connaught. ^^0 connection with the review two functions js* held in the banqueting hall of the Edin- Municipal Bniidings. Tho first of th^se w? a luncheon given by the Corporaiioc, over lc.h the Lord Provost (Sir Robert Cranston) p1<*ec'» ai,d 'he principal guests were'the Dnke Mr Arnold Forsrer (Secretary for r)> tbe Dnko of Abetcorn, the Earl of «*ys9, the Marquis of Linlithgow (Secretary ju ^cotland) and the Msrchioueasot Linlithgow, j. Marquij and Marchioness of Tnllibardine, j *cbj°nn,aa of Tweeddale, Earl Stair, Lord lWea °* Hereford, Lord Stratheona, Sir James 'ohtfttnon<^ Hawthornden, Lord Provost Sic if0 B tire Primrose, Glasgow, and Lady Pxim- ». Lord Eeay, Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress •ptl'TPOol. ^ro 8 was no 'orma' toast list, but tbe Lord $ib m*' 'D tt *ew wor(*8 'n proposing Tho *>•" expressed their indebtedness to his if ,L for bis visit to the city and his review rf £ ° troops. °e toast of Tha Queen, the Prince and itovi098 ^a^e8' ant* other members of the rp"* family," was then given by Sir Robert, /on • ^ulle ot Connaught said: I have to thank ilo.'? tt,e naoso a*' th0 members of the >0ii 8 f°r 'he vory kind manner in which Proposed their health. It is a great plea- 'elle to any of ns when we come amongst our 111 Ow COuntrymen. Whether it be in England, Gotland, or in Ireland we feel tbat we are b|. aiQ of a warm welcome amongst you. (Ap- 1«om I am especially grateful to you, my Provost of the City of Edinbmgh, for the banner in which you have ever received me. fle forget that I tim one of the junior t- of the city of Edinburgh—(applause)— HWhen come among you I feel thoroughly HWhen come among you I feel thoroughly 'Oh.- ,0'd k'8 Majesty the King I was here to lunch, and he said, If you J to a chance please tell the Lord Provost, and olao say Sir Charles Tucker, how awfully lhe Htn with the splendid arrangeoaeiits j i< j* have made to-day. (Applause.) He said, x *oold travel double the distance to see the Mih WB a'^ht that I have seen to-day." (Ap 01 He said also, I am thoroughly proud W Scottish Volunteers. I know they came Of graat difficulties to themselves. Many "am travelled all night, and yet they were Pelade, making a splendid show and showing true patriotism there is in Scotland." fl0*piaoEe,) The Dnke, proceeding, said I lu t think anv of us guests would like to aopa- U? Without thanking Sir Robert Cranston, W1 Provost of Edinburgh, for the great hoapi- ho bus shown to us to-day, as he always b|Q*«n every occasion that be can, and telling tjV^nt we look upon him not only as tbe dis- 0^ "hed bead of the City of Edinburgh, but as I tbo*) who have done their utmost to pro wj? loyalty and enthusiasm amongst the citizen Mh of Scotland, among whom he is so dis- i?uished. (Loud applause.) the conclusion of this function the Duke of the Lord Provost, and others went the veterans' luocbeon, and tbe Duke made the"t,l6r 8Pee°b, congratulating the veterats on 'ong and bonouiable record of service, and A the army of to-day strove to worthily dr»J? traditions which tbey had handed °**» to them. Telegram from the King. review dinner given by the Lord Provost JL/1 Place in tbe evening, and was attended by J1' 120 noblemen and gentlemen. The Lord t#i v°st was in tbe chair, and read the following from his Majesty :— I .Glenqnoich, Invergarry, 18th Sept., 1905. n Lord Provost,—I am commanded by tho Of to to your Lordship the expression Majeøty's entire approval of the admirable *haQRenaent8 in whioh you bad so large a »k mac'B 'n connection with the review Ma Volunteer force held by the King. His legty wishes you to convey to the citizens of '^burgh his appreciation of the loyalty and bis tbe accorded to him during Vlsit, which will always be a memorable one Vol ccoaDt the number of Scottish ij. Unteers assembled for inspection. His hopes that tbe extraordinarily fine ap r,nce of the Scottish Volunteers which it was treasure to revieew to-day will act as &n i» 10 011101:8 10 j°'n a force whose patriotism "reatly to be commended. (Prolonged Clause.) Speech by the War Secretary. frow 6 Duke of Buccleuch gave The Imperial to which Arnold-Forstor, in reply, said be did not to toh a»yone, still less a stranger in the North, bom many of thase things were new, could been present at that day's review without l^b'ood being stirred by what be bad Been anl (Hear, hear.) He should carry away (JLJ him a picture of that day's doiDgs would long remain there, He g0v that great nrocesaion pass tbe j from all parts of the kingdom, t^in he noted tb" companies from Lorwick and '►ar -Wa" 'D tfl6 t'18 storm-beaten kinI,0tB ^rom t,le Lews. Volunteers from tbe of Fife, and al*o, with perhaps a cnrio»ity, as an Englishman, the de- an*8 Mosstroopers of the Solway the border rai lern of Ettrick and Teviot. °r»e who loved poetry and romance, who was I i,% ^any years a member of the Volunteer force, Vof°0'<* not 8ee 8Plendi(1 exhibition of the ^i'yteet force unmoved and lastly and a8 OQO oflarged with the great H T°Diibility of endeavonring to administer of great army-that great national force #0 .,cb the portion they saw to-day was ^.important a constituent — he could *0 n, There was so mncb devotion, 00,1 BnccoB8i 80 DJfoh trained efiort. There *>a a great deal in that force to move, to f0 '"v, and to encourage them. Among that of 38,000 men there were thousands who, SQjj^bit, by training, bad fitted themselves, designedly, some by the accident of their te88ion and calling, for the oursnit of arms— '*lai Wk° w#u'd never fail txs when the day of came. There were among them a large of omcera who bad qualified them- by study, by discipline by the ifj ,ciso of their ability for the U,j responsibility which as officers they had tjl^rtaben. All that had happened had been a bto'u^k&nt confutation to those croakers who evil. He was tempted to look a little **1*^ and ask what this great force would do Of n called upon in the stress and trial *Xa War* They had had a great °* w^at procured victory In war duriDg t twelve months. Week by week be had ccounts ol what had been the progress of *#at victorious army. As a civilian and a lay- he bad endeavoured to read their leasona c<>u. a°d certainly be thonpht no soldier would )ea*raclict him when he said the lessons vj were thess, that to achieve ty 'D war wanted patriotism, tw hear.) They wanted courage, they wanted tbey wanted physique, they wanted oj^P'^g. they wanted discipline, they wanted to orders. These were the qualities and it was not numbers, not of arms, that bad won the victory in *vi{LKrea' war. He believed they would agree him that there still remained, as there a'Way" remain, room for closer approxima- 'C the ideal tbey wished to /each, and j 0{ Wa3 the duty, tha one primary duty, Army Council to see that ideal attained. would never achieve or come near tba> aD'88H they had the aid of the Volunteer 4ttoeta- There was much criticism of the He did not say whether it was tb:erved, but he would ask them to believe as ns less patriotism, no less desire to the forces of the Crown efficient in that t|j^ltlrnent which was charged with this duty ¡ there was in those loyally sorving tho King had *een that day. ^orn l0B,t ^he Edinburgh '"Mi ta!io°' the Lord Provost said his aim in »^l'RatiDg the review was that }t would tjrovide fOhi1i*inn'as to the force as would lead to a Pling of its strength.

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