excerpt from 'My Life and Times, or An Old Man's Memories' pp. 37–38 (123 words)

excerpt from 'My Life and Times, or An Old Man's Memories' pp. 37–38 (123 words)

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My Life and Times, or An Old Man's Memories

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In this year 1854, I hired a small harmonium, from William Taylor, Bank Street, Rawtenstall. It had only four octaves, and the bellows was worked by only one pedal, it had the appearance of a small soap box, but I was very proud of having the little instrument, which I Believe was the first of its kind in the village. It had a very sweet tone, and I was persuaded by some old friends to take it to the Rehoboth Chapel for trial at the Sunday service. The old people did smile to hear such sweet strains came from a plain ordinary looking box. It stood under the pulpit, and I was assisted by James Riley with his cello. This trial gave great satisfaction[.]

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