[Bell Historians] Winwick

David Bryant davidbryant at rxhaFXb5ZCiEJ8wl_5zr3ON_r1GJCxNl1e24yHsFZFqIDDcarq8vnKGXZNieIBoe6NYIQZEAcNSOmYb2IFYVk4O3Yg.yahoo.invalid
Mon Apr 3 08:32:27 BST 2006

> I notices what seemed at first a very small organ, perhaps 4/5 feet 
> wide, 6/7 feet tall and a couple of feet deep.  Closer inspection 
> showed that there appeared to be no keyboard and the rank of small 
> pipes at the front were false.  There were a couple of metal objects 
> on the left side, one seemed to raise and lower a cam and the other I 
> know not what.  A plate said that it was made by William Prowse & Co, 
> 48 Cheapside, London.  I suspect that this might be the name of the 
> company that sold the "organ" rather than its maker.

A barrel organ, perhaps?



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