Games of Patience

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T. De La Rue, 1901 - Solitaire (Game) - 108 pages
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Page 112 - Price 2s. 6d. net. THE LAWS OF BRIDGE, Adopted] by the PORTLAND and TURF CLUBS. With A GUIDE TO THE GAME, by "BOAZ;" and HOW TO PLAY BRIDGE, by "BADS WORTH." Also, THE POCKET GUIDE TO BRIDGE, By
Page 113 - BEZIQUE PLAYING CARDS, In Boxes, for Two, Three, or Four Players, with Markers and " GUIDE " by
Page 120 - The Handiest of all Writing Instruments,' as it is always ready for use without adjustment, and may be carried in any position without fear of leakage.
Page 116 - Size when closed, 8Jx4Jx inches. Each piece is formed with a circular stud or foot, which engages with a slotted hole provided in the centre of every square. Prices from 7/6 each. LOOK-STUD BOARDS ARE UNRIVALLED TOE PROBLEMS, TRAVELLING, AND FOR CONTESTS BY WIRE OR POST.
Page 97 - Played with Two Full Packs of Cards. Shuffle the packs together, and cut. Deal, face upwards, from left to right, a row of ten 'depot...
Page 117 - Pieces, the Draughts-men being on the back of the Chess-men. Size, when open, 7$ x 5| inches. This Chess and Draught Board is very portable, its weight being under 4 ounces, and the Pieces aie always securely held in their places, whether the Board is shut or open.
Page 56 - Exposed' cards may be played in ascending sequence of suit to 'foundations,' to 'spaces,' or in descending sequence of suit to other 'depots,' provided they are played to 'depots' of the same or of a higher row—ie, if a card is taken from a vertical 'depot' consisting of, say, four cards, the card can only be played to a vertical 'depot
Page 75 - Any 2, 3, or 4, being the top card of a ' depot,' can be put to a ' space' in its proper ' Parade
Page 83 - The object of the Patience is to build in ascending sequence of suit on all ' foundations,' except on the central king of hearts, called the ' Sultan,' upon which no cards must be played.
Page 118 - Pieces aie always securely held in their places, whether the Board is shut or open. Pocket Chess and Draught Board, complete in Case, 2/6 each. Sets of Pieces for same 6d. per Set. WHOLESALE ONLY OF THE "PELICAN" SELF-FEEDING PEN (PATENTED) WRITES INSTANTLY & CONTINUOUSLY. Has a Large...

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