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Glasgow, Scotland: GTV Duke of Edinburgh walking thru Cattle show. TV Short-horn cows. SCU 1 Ditto. SCU Duke talking to Cowman. SV Hebredian cow. SV Hebridian calf. SCU Cow & calf. LV Cheeses. LV Sides of bacon. SCU Sow with 2 piglets. SBV Duke & others looking. SV Sheep & lambs. SV Duke walking thru show. GV City Hall, Glasgow. Side V Lord Provost, Thomas A. Kerr, standing prior to speech. CU Provost speaks:-(Nat.sd.) Side V Provost handing Duke casket. FV Duke & Provost handshake, Duke prepares to speak. SV Duke speak:-(Nat.sd.) CU Ditto:-(Nat.sd.)- Dubbing shot STV People applauding. CU Ditto:-(Nat.sd.)-Dubbing shot Side V Aldermen. SV Duke concludes & sits mid applause. (Nat.sd.) STV Assembly applauds. LV Assembly rise for First Part of National Anthem. (Nat.sd.)
SOUND EFFECTS. CU Lord Provost, T.A. Kerr speaks:- "On me has devolved a pleasant duty - not a duty, not a toil, but the pleasant ... opportunity of presenting this casket which pan down to casket signifies that the Duke of Edinburgh has been made a Freeman or Burgess of the City of Glasgow."
SV Duke of Edinburgh speaks:- "My Lord Provost, Ladies & Gentlemen: This most generous gift of the freedom of this Great and historic City of Glasgow has given me a very large measure of quite undeserved pleasure." CU...."Several members of the Royal Family in years past have had the privilege of being Freemen of this City, and I was particularly interested to see that the last Duke of Edinburgh was given the Freedom in 1866, and on that occasion he inaugurated, I understand, a statue in George Square. At one time I was rather expecting to be asked to reverse his good work. But I am glad to say that both the statue & I have been spared that awkward possibility."
CU...."Glasgow is a great City in every sense of the word. Great in size & numbers. If Glasgow has great people she herself will grow in.... greatness, with the pride of her citizens as a strong support to the prosperity and stability of the British Islands and Empire. Thank you very much." (applause)
Royalty; Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten) (b. 1921), Ceremonies - Local Government; Great Britain
SPECIAL FOR SCOTLAND ONLY.
NATURAL SOUND OF PEOPLE SINGING FIRST PART OF THE NATIONAL ANTHEM.
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