The Chess Player's Chronicle, Volume 9

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J. Sampson, 1886
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Page 486 - Games actually Played during the last Half Century ; presenting a unique Collection of Classical and Brilliant Specimens of Chess Skill in every stage of the Game, and forming an Encyclopedia of Reference.
Page 457 - Whatever is intended for insertion must be authenticated by the name and address of the writer; not necessarily for publication, but as a guaranty of good faith. We do not hold ourselves responsible for any view or opinions expressed in the communications of our correspondents. Attention Is called to the "Wants
Page 82 - History of Chess, From the time of the Early Invention of the Game in India, till the period of its establishment in Western and Central Europe.
Page 202 - Chess for Beginners, IN A SERIES OF PROGRESSIVE LESSONS. Showing the most approved methods of beginning and ending the Game, together with various Situations and Checkmates. With Twenty-four Diagrams printed in Colours. By WILLIAM LEWIS. Third Edition. Small 4to, doth. 2t.6d. Lever — Saint Patrick's Eve ; Or, THREE ERAS IN THE LIFE OF AN IRISH PEASANT. By CHARLES LEVER. With Illustrations by
Page 382 - Elements of the Game of Chess, or a new Method of Instruction in that celebrated Game, founded on scientific Principles ; containing numerous general Rules, Remarks, and Examples, by means of which considerable skill in the Game may be acquired in a comparatively short time.
Page 442 - HEALEY, including the Problems to which the Prizes were awarded by the Committees of the Era, the Manchester, the Birmingham, and the Bristol Chess Problem Tournaments ; accompanied by the SOLUTIONS. Crown 8vo. with 200 Diagrams, 5s.
Page 70 - Chess, rendered familiar by Tabular Demonstrations of the various Positions and Movements as described by...
Page 478 - Translated out of the Italian into the English tongue. Containing also therein, a prety and pleasant Poeme of a Whole Game played at Chesse. Written by G. B.
Page 226 - Chesse-play. A Game, both pleasant, wittie, and politicke : with certain briefe instructions thereunto belonging ; translated out of the Italian into the English tongue. Containing also therein, a prety and pleasant Poeme of a whole game played at Chesse.
Page 156 - The toast of the Prince and Princess of Wales and the other members of the Royal Family followed.

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