English chimes in India

George Dawson george at nyp2CDLq9h9w1EEsGlegPyo4ks2LyhjEMNrQUn4ggF8fDhNu5xEt8zrYCm6rQP-3TZ6xV3KnS-Dsx63zXloBig2zpMYMDuGP.yahoo.invalid
Tue Dec 26 09:34:07 GMT 2006



Many thanks to David and George for the additional details. Is it 
possible that the apparent conflict in number of bells supplied in 
1871 might result from combining six new bells with two of the clock 
bells to form an octave chime, with two bells doing double duty with 
the clock? 


Absolutely not, we have photos of the clock bells AND the separate chime of
8 (via a relation of Ran Clouston) 



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