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Identifier: programme2122bost
Title: Programme
Year: 1881 (1880s)
Authors: Boston Symphony Orchestra
Subjects: Boston Symphony Orchestra Concert programs
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Boston Symphony Orchestra
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Symphony Orchestra

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hat for a long time everybody was de-ceived. Napoleon played chess with the pseudo-automaton when stopping at Schonbrunn,after the battle of Wagram. He lost the first game, and in the second deliberatelymade two false moves. The pieces were replaced each time, but on the Emperor makinga third false move the Turk swept all the pieces off the board. (Daily Chronicle, Lon-don, Summer of 1914.) t See in The Life and Writings of Major Jack Downing by Seba Smith (Boston,2d ed., 1834) Letter LXIX. (page 231), dated Portland, October 22, 1833, in whichCousin Nabby describes her visit to Mr. Maelzels Congregation of Moscow. Annual Clearance Sale January 3rd to 31st Decorative Laces and Linens Coarse French and Italian FiletReal Laces by-the-yard 10 yards of Filet Picot for $1.55 10 yards of Irish Picot for $1.65French Linen Handkerchiefs Handmade Lingerie and Blouses Reductions of 20 to 50% THE MAKANNA SHOP Handmade Specialties, Exclusively420 Boylston Street (209 Berkeley Building) Boston 790

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Gladness Spontaneous gladness is theattitude of music-lovers whenthey have opportunity to hearthe Boston Symphony. Theyrecognize the supreme merit ofeach concert and acclaim theart of the individuals and theorchestral whole. So it is withthe women who visit Jays.Spontaneous gladness is theirexpression when they purchasefrock or suit at this delightfulplace. They recognize superiortaste in the shop and its apparel. Dresses, Suits, Skirts, Coats,Blouses, Scarfs, Sweaters. ^ Boston, Temple Place Eleven q^ aud Chess, by Charles Willing, published in The Good CompanionChess ProUcm Cluh of May 11, 1917 (Philadelphia), which containsfacsimiles of Malzels programmes in Philadelphia (1845) andMontreal (1847). In Poes fantastical Von Kempelen and hisDiscovery the description of his Kempelen, of Utica, N.Y., is saidby some to fit Miilzel, but Poes story was probably not writtenbefore 1848. His article, Maelzels Chess Player, a remarkableanalysis, was first published in the Southern Literary Mess

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bookid:programme2122bost bookyear:1881 bookdecade:1880 bookcentury:1800 bookauthor:Boston_Symphony_Orchestra booksubject:Boston_Symphony_Orchestra booksubject:Concert_programs bookpublisher:Boston__Mass____Boston_Symphony_Orchestra bookcontributor:Boston_Public_Library booksponsor:Boston_Symphony_Orchestra bookleafnumber:752 bookcollection:bostonpubliclibrary bookcollection:americana

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