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Page 41 - And the LORD said unto Satan, Whence comest thou ? Then Satan answered the LORD, and said, From going to and fro in the earth, and from walking up and down in it.
Page 223 - The History of Chess, together with short and plain Instructions by which any one may easily play at it without the Help of a Teacher. Lond. 1764, 8vo. 3s. 6d. Pp. 148, with a folding leaf containing figures i. and ii. at p. 104. History of the Battle of Flodden, in Verse.
Page 205 - De Kempelen. With an Easy Method of Imitating the Movements of that Celebrated Figure.
Page 213 - His first production, in 1802, was an " Essay on the ancient Greek Game, supposed to have been invented by Palamedes antecedent to the siege of Troy...
Page 220 - An Essay Towards making the Game of Chess Easily learned By those who know the Moves only, without the Assistance of a Master,' London, 1761, 12mo (see also No.
Page 207 - The Famous Game of Chesse-play, being a Princely exercise, wherein the Learner may profit more by reading of this small Book, 'than by playing of a thousand Mates...
Page 219 - Chess || Made Easy : || Or, The || Games || Of || Gioachino Greco, || The Calabrian ; || With Additional || Games and Openings, || Illustrated with || Remarks and General Rules. \ The Whole so contrived, that any Per- || son may learn to play in a few Days, || without any farther Assistance.
Page 225 - The Games of the Match at Chess, played by the London and Edinburgh Clubs, between 1824 and 1828 ; with variations and remarks.