Sissa, Volume 18

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Page 219 - Chess Congress of 1862. A Collection of the Games played, and a Selection of the Problems sent in for the Competition. Edited by J.
Page 241 - The gentlemen whose names stand above have formed themselves into a Committee for the purpose of raising and presenting a testimonial to Mr. Lowenthal. In their opinion, the time has arrived when some substantial recognition should be niiule by English players of the eminent services which Mr. Lowenthal has rendered to the cause of Chess. It is now thirteen year...
Page 242 - COLLEGE, and at various clubs and schools; and to him is to be ascribed the hononr of having founded the St. James's Club, a young and vigorous society, which has taken high rank among metropolitan chess circles. The British Chess Association also...
Page 241 - It is now thirteen years since this gentleman, a perfect stranger exeept in reputation, landed on our shores in order to take part in the Tournament of 1851, and from that time to the present, Mr. Lowenthal has...
Page 242 - Lowenthal, besides contributions at various times to other publications , has for ten years edited the chess column of The Era , and has produced a series of articles which , ss regards the amount of information they contain respecting the.
Page 241 - ... player, and journalist. The various matches in which he has engaged have made us fully acquainted with his high qualities as a p.'aye'.
Page 242 - The press, however, has not been the only means used by Mr. Lowenthal in advancing the game. During the last five years...
Page 242 - ... duties of manager at the last two gatherings. Such is a brief account of the labours of Mr.
Page 242 - I hav» only to add , in conclusion , that should you be willing to subscribe to the object in view , the Committee will feel obliged by...

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