Boston: G.P. Reed & Co., 1848. Plate 1016.
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||A favorite waltz arranged for the pianoforte
||1848 – Boston: G.P. Reed (Plate 1016)
||Mrs. Tho's J. Hazelton
arranged could mean originally written for another instrument or ensemble in this context, as it would today, but often seems to have meant just "composed for" a certain instrumentation- thought of in the mind, etc. and arranged for a particular instrumentation. One sees the linguistic logic from that point of view, I think.