excerpt from 'De Nobis' pp. 73 part 1 (113 words)

excerpt from 'De Nobis' pp. 73 part 1 (113 words)

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De Nobis

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[Daisy Cowper’s memoir includes biographical sketches of each of her seven older brothers including Charlie (b. 1880) and Ernest (1883-1938). Their mother was widowed in 1895.]

 

Charlie took his other marine engineering exams, without any trouble, and mother benefitted by regular help from him as he was making regular voyages. He bought a fine new piano from Messers. Rushworth and Dreaper’s, the only article ever to come into our home on H.P. He and I both took a few music lessons, but it was Ernest, the untaught player-by-ear who really made melody, beautifully and easily, and no doubt he had much more enjoyment from Charlie’s piano than ever did Charlie himself. 

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