Albert and Mr. streicher went on, and when they alighted from the train at Clyde the platform was packed with people.
“Do not speak so, Frederick Schiller,” exclaimed streicher, indignantly.
“Do not judge him harshly, Schiller,” said streicher, in a low voice.
Be kind enough to speak sensibly,” said streicher, “and tell me where your hat is.
I have had an interview with your husband, whose sympathy did me both good and harm, for streicher almost upset my resignation.
Though to the observant streicher, his wet red eyes betrayed how painful the parting must have been.
Stumpff had already been informed of Beethovens illness by streicher.
What became of this good streicher afterwards, I have inquired considerably, but with very little success.
The streicher piano was very much liked, but Frulein Wotkow still more.
He had also gotten a letter from streicher, whose acquaintance he had made in London.