1901, and in the twenty years since then had been taken out but once (March, 1914).
Attached to page 99 is the following typewritten statement:—
In 1884 there was given to the New England Conservatory of Music an old piano—made in London in 1782.
This instrument originally belonged to the Princess Amelia, the youngest daughter of George III, and she gave it to the Chaplain of the royal family, whose daughter married a Mr. Odiorne, an American.
She brought the piano to Boston.
It was bo and that he put it in good repair, whereas, the one he first saw was in constant use and is a handsome instrument at the present moment, inlaid with satinwood and wreaths of colored wood surrounding the name of
Christopher Ganer Londoni Fecit 1782 Broad Street Soho.
On reading the above (typed copy kindly furnished us, and from which our compositor sets it) we were more at sea than ever.
We were reminded of the saying of some eminent writer, Language is given us to conceal our thoughts.