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Page 72 - London, \ Printed for Henry Herringman, and are to be || sold at his shop at the sign of the Anchor, || in the lower walk of the New || Exchange, 1656.
Page 72 - Game || of || Chesse-Play. || Sometimes || The Recreation of the late || King, with many of the || Nobility. || Illustrated \ With almost an hundred || Gambetts. || Being || The study of Biochimo || the famous Italian.
Page 289 - The official in charge will see that all the clocks are started at the time fixed for play, and if a player is an hour late in arriving, his game is lost. Should neither player be present within an hour, the game will not be scored.
Page 289 - ... this will only be insisted on when the score for a prize is dependent on the result. IX. Play will commence daily at twelve noon, and continue till 5 pm There will then be an adjournment of two hours, when play will be resumed until 11 pm Throughout these hours of play, both on play days and bye-days, one member of the playing committee will be present, to be referred to by the players in case of dispute. All questions of fact will be at once decided by such member of the playing committee, and...
Page 289 - The player who exceeds the time limit forfeits the game, which will be scored as won l)_y his opponent. It is the duty, not only of his antagonist, but of any competitor aware of the fact, to bring at once to the notice of the member of the Playing Committee present any infraction of the time limit, and ho will decide on the facts of the case, and such decision shall be final.
Page 198 - It is with deep regret that we have to announce the death of this eminent Scottish lawyer and accomplished antiquary, which took place on the 24th ultimo. Mr. MAIDMENT'S two little volumes on Peerage...