The sale of tickets for the symphony concerts, which began Wednesday morning, was only moderately successful. Yesterday afternoon there were a number of excellent seats to be had, both on the floor and in the galleries. It seems surprising that a series of concerts which are so exceedingly popular in Boston, and tickets for which are scarcely to be obtained at any price there, should not be more popular and excite more interest here in Cambridge. The concerts, it is needless to say, will be exceptionally good ones, and we advise all who have not yet procured tickets to do so at once. If the support given to the project this year is not more hearty than it was last, we fear that a third attempt will hardly be made.
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