Billiards, Its Theory and Practice: With the Scientific Principle of the Side-stroke, the Spot-stroke, &c., the Rules of the Various Games, Hints on Betting, and a Chapter on Bagatelle
Ward, Lock, and Tyler, 1876 - Bagatelle (Game) - 154 pages
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