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      Chess
      Fundamentals
      by
      Jose R. Capablanca

      The Principles
      of Chess in
      Theory Practice
      by
      James Mason

      The Modern
      Chess
      Instructor
      by
      W. Steinitz


      Vol. 1
      The Game
      of Go
      The National Game of Japanby
      Arthur Smith


      Analysis of
      the Game
      of Chess
      by
      A. D. Philidor

      The Hand-Book
      of Games
      New or Carefully Revised Treatises on
      Whist, Piquet, Ecarté, Lansquenet, Boston,
      Quadrille, Cribbage, and Other Card Games
      by
      Henry George Bohn



      Vol. 3
      The Canterbury
      Puzzles and
      Other Curious
      Problems
      by
      Henry Ernest Dudeney

      The Book
      of Games
      With Directions How to Play Themby
      Mary White


      The Middle
      Game in
      Chess
      by
      Eugene Znosko-Borovsky

      Goh or
      Wei Chi
      A Handbook of the Game
      and Full Instructions for Play
      by
      Horace F. Cheshire


      Morphy’s
      Games
      A Selection of the Best Games Played by
      the Distinguished Champion, in Europe and
      America, With Analytical and Critical Notes
      by
      Paul Charles Morphy


      Studies
      of Chess
      Containing, Ca?ssa, a Poem, by Sir W.
      Jones; A Systematic Introduction to the
      Game; And the Whole Analysis of Chess
      by
      A. D. Philidor



      Vol. 1 of 2
      The Major
      Tactics of Chess
      A Treatise on Evolutions; The
      Proper Employment of the Forces in
      Strategic, Tactical, and Logistic Planes
      by
      Franklin K. Young


      Chess; Theory
      and Practice
      Containing the Laws and History of the
      Game, Together With an Analysis of the
      Openings, and a Treatise on End Games
      by
      Howard Staunton


      The Minor
      Tactics of Chess
      A Treatise on the Development of the
      Forces in Obedience to Strategic Principle
      by
      Franklin K. Young


      Chess
      Strategy
      by
      Edward Lasker

      Chinese Games
      With Dice
      and Dominoes
      by
      Stewart Culin

      A Bibliography of
      Card-Games and
      of the History
      of Playing Cards
      by
      Norton Townshend Horr

      Hoyle's Games,
      Improved and
      Enlarged by New and
      Practical Treatises
      by
      Edmond Hoyle

      Checkers
      Improved
      Over 200 Games and Problems, Laws of the Game, the
      Move, Classification, Explanations, Etc, for the New Board
      Without Checks, and the Old Board With Its 64 Checks
      by
      S. T. Livermore


      Chess
      Generalship
      by
      Franklin K. Young


      Vol. 1
      Vocabulary
      of Checkers
      A Dictionary of Words, Terms and
      Phrases Used in the Game Called
      Checkers, or English Draughts
      by
      William Timothy Call


      Key to the Chess
      Openings, on
      a Novel Plan
      Theoretically and Practically Considered,
      and Illustrated With Diagrams
      by
      Thomas Long


      Chess
      Strategics
      Illustratedby
      Franklin Knowles Young



      Vol. 4
      Chess for
      Beginners
      And the Beginnings of Chessby
      R. B. Swinton


      The Grand Tactics of Chess, an
      Exposition of the Laws and
      Principles of Chess Strategetics,
      the Practcal Application of These
      Laws and Principles to the
      Movement of Forces
      Mobilization, Development, Manoeuvre, and Operationby
      Franklin Knowles Young


      Hoyle
      Abridged
      Or Short Rules for Short Memories at the
      Game of Whist; With the Laws of the Game,
      &C. Adapted Either for the Head or Pocket
      by
      Bob Short


      Synopsis of Chess
      Openings, a
      Tabular Analysis
      With American Inventions in the Chess
      Openings and Fresh Analysis Since 1882
      by
      William Cook


      Home
      Games
      by
      George Hapgood

      Chess Openings
      Ancient and Modern
      Revised and Corrected Up to the
      Present Time From the Best Authorities
      by
      E. Freeborough


      An Epitome
      of Hoyle
      With Beaufort and Jones's Hoyle Improved, or
      Practical Treatises on the Following Games, Hazard,
      Backgammon, Tennis, Billiards, Cricket, Chess, Draughts,
      Whist, Quadrille, Piquet, Lansquenet, and Quinze
      by
      Edmond Hoyle


      Bohn's New
      Hand-Book
      of Games
      Comprising Whist, Draughts, Billiardsby
      Henry George Bohn


      Foster on
      Hearts
      A Description of the Game, With Suggestions
      for Good Play and a Code of Laws
      by
      Robert Frederick Foster


      Card Fortune
      Telling
      A Lucid Treatise Dealing With All the
      Popular and More Abstruse Methods
      by
      Charles Platt


      Games Ancient
      and Oriental and
      How to Play Them
      Being the Games of the Ancient Egyptians; The Hiera
      Gramme of the Greeks, the Ludus Latrunculorum
      of the Romans and the Oriental Games of Chess,
      Draughts, Backgammon and Magic Squares
      by
      Edward Falkener


      Chessby
      Robert Frederick Green

      Amusements
      in
      Mathematics
      by
      Henry Ernest Dudeney

      Chess
      Openings for
      Beginners
      by
      Edward Ernest Cunnington

      Ye Booke
      of Ye Cards
      by
      I. B. Prangley

      The Devil's
      Picture-Books
      A History of Playing-Cardsby
      Mrs. John King van Rensselaer


      Telling Fortunes
      by Cards
      A Symposium of the Several Ancient and Modern
      Methods as Practiced by Arab Seers and Sibyls and
      the Romany Gypsies, With Plain Examples and Simple
      Instructions to Enable Anyone to Acquire the Art With Ease
      by
      Carleton B. Case


      How to
      Play Chess
      by
      Charlotte Boardman Rogers

      The Chess
      Openings
      by
      H. Bird

      Games and
      Amusements
      for Everybody
      by
      Unknown Author

      Card-SharpersTheir Tricks Exposedby
      Joseph Forster


      Plays and Games
      for Little Folks
      Sports of All Sorts, Fireside
      Fun and Singing Games
      by
      Josephine Pollard


      Chessby
      David A. Mitchell

      Hoyle's
      Games
      Containing the Rules for
      Playing Fashionable Games
      by
      Edmond Hoyle


      Chess
      Problems
      by
      O. A. Brownson, Jr.

      The Book of the
      First American
      Chess Congress
      Containing the Proceedings of That Celebrated Assemblage
      Held in New York in the Year 1857; Together With Sketches
      of the History of Chess in the Old and New Worlds
      by
      Daniel Willard Fiske


      The Book
      of Chess
      Containing the Rudiments of the
      Game, and Elementary Analyses
      of the Most Popular Openings
      by
      H. R. Agnel


      Chess
      Problems
      Three-Moversby
      George E. Carpenter



      Vol. 2
      War-Chess
      or the Game
      of Battle
      by
      Charles Richardson

      The Chess
      Player
      Illustrated With
      Engravings and Diagrams
      by
      George Walker


      A Descriptive Catalogue of
      Playing and Other Cards
      in the British Museum
      Accompanied by a Concise General History
      of the Subject and Remarks on Cards of
      Divination and of a Politico-Historical Character
      by
      William Hughes Willshire


      A Bibliography of
      Card-Games and
      of the History
      of Playing-Cards
      by
      Norton Townshend Horr

      Pung Chow; The
      Game of a Hundred
      Intelligences
      Also Known as Mah-Diao, Mah-Jong,
      Mah-Cheuk, Mah-Juck and Pe-Ling
      by
      Lew Lysle Harr


      Home Games
      for Old
      and Young
      by
      Mrs. Caroline L. Smith

      Fortune-Telling
      by Cards
      by
      P. R. S. Foli

      How to Entertain
      an Evening Party
      A Complete Manual of Home Amusements;
      Embracing Fireside Games, Card
      Tricks, Dramas, Dialogues, Etc., Etc
      by
      Unknown Author


      Bradley's
      "the World's
      Best" Games
      by
      Milton Bradley Company

      Facts and
      Speculations on the
      Origin and History
      of Playing Cards
      by
      William Andrew Chatto

      How to Entertain
      a Social Party
      A Collection of Tableaux, Games, Amusing
      Experiments, Diversions, Card Tricks,
      Parlor Magic, Philosophical Recreations, Etc
      by
      Unknown Author


      Problems
      in Chess
      by
      John Wilkinson

      Games and Play for
      School Morale
      A Course of Graded Games for
      School and Community Recreation
      by
      Unknown Author


      A New Book
      of Patience
      Games
      by
      Ernest Bergholt

      Chess in Iceland
      and in Icelandic
      Literature
      With Historical Notes
      on Other Table-Games
      by
      Willard Fiske


      Studies
      of Chess
      Containing Ca?ssa, a Poem by Sir W. Jones; A Systematic
      Introduction to the Game; And the Whole Analysis of Chess;
      With Original Critical Remarks and Compendious Diagrams
      by
      A. D. Philidor



      Vol. 2 of 2
      Morphy's
      Games of Chess
      Being the Best Games Played by the
      Distinguished Champion in Europe and America
      by
      Paul Charles Morphy


      The Theory
      of Chess
      A Treatise, in Which the Principles and Maxims of This Game, or
      Rather Science, Are Clearly and Concisely Explained; As Concisely,
      at Least, as It Might Be Advisable to Attempt; Including Directions
      for Playing, Modelled and Arranged in an Original Manner
      by
      Peter Pratt


      Games for
      Everybody
      by
      May Christiana Hofmann

      Castle-Gammonby
      D. E. Fisk and Company

      Chance
      and Luck
      A Discussion of the Laws of Luck, Coincidences,
      Wagers, Lotteries, and the Fallacies of
      Gambling; With Notes on Poker and Martingales
      by
      Richard A. Proctor


      The Hastings Chess
      Tournament, 1895
      Containing the Authorised Account of
      the 230 Games Played Aug;-Sept; 1895
      by
      Horace F. Cheshire


      Mancala, the
      National
      Game of Africa
      by
      Stewart Culin

      The Gambling
      Games of
      the Chinese
      in America
      by
      Stewart Culin

      Sharps
      and Flats
      A Complete Revelation of the Secrets of
      Cheating at Games of Chance and Skill
      by
      John Nevil Maskelyne


      Chess for Beginners,
      in a Series of
      Progressive Lessons
      Showing the Most Approved Methods of Beginning and
      Ending the Game; With Various Situations and Checkmates,
      Illustrated by Numerous Diagrams Printed in Colours
      by
      William Lewis


      Games and
      Parties for
      Children
      by
      Grace Lee Davison

      Chess
      Openings
      by
      Frank James Marshall

      Stamma on the
      Game of Chess
      Containing Numerous
      Openings of Games, and One
      by
      Philippe Stamma William Lewis


      It Is to
      Laugh
      A Book of Games and Stuntsby
      Edna Geister


      Mr. Hoyle's
      Game of Chess
      Including His Chess Lectures, With
      Selections From Other Amateurs
      by
      Edmond Hoyle


      Home Games
      for the People
      A Collection of Family Amusements for the Fireside,
      Parlour, or Pic-Nic Parties, Consisting of Games of
      Action, Games Simply Taxing the Attention, Catch
      Games, Depending on the Assistance of an Accomplice
      by
      Unknown Author


      Cassell's Book of
      in-Door Amusements,
      Card Games, and
      Fireside Fun
      by
      Cassell and Company

      Chessby
      Leopold Hoffer

      Chess Match
      Between Steinitz
      Blackburne
      Played at the West End Chess
      Club, London, February
      by
      William Steinitz


      The Standard
      Hoyle
      A Complete Guide and Reliable Authority Upon All
      Games of Chance or Skill Now Played in the United
      States, Whether of Native or Foreign Introduction
      by
      Unknown Author


      Illustrated
      Games of
      Patience
      by
      Adelaide Cadogan

      Chess and
      Playing-Cards
      Catalogue of Games and Implements for Divination Exhibited
      by the United States National Museum in Connection With the
      Department of Archaeology and Paleontology of the University of
      Pennsylvania at the Cotton States and International Exposition, 1895
      by
      Stewart Culin


      The Gaming
      Table
      Its Votaries and Victims, in All Times and
      Countries, Especially in England and in France
      by
      Andrew Steinmetz



      Vol. 2 of 2
      Rules of
      the Game
      of Euchre
      by
      Sinclair Jerome

      The Court-Gamester, or Full and
      Easy Instructions for Playing the
      Games Now in Vogue, After the
      Best Method, as They Are Played at
      Court, and in the Assemblées, Viz
      Ombre, Picquet, and the Royal Game of Chess;
      Wherein the Frauds in Play Are Detected, and the
      Laws of Each Game Annexed, to Prevent Disputes;
      Written for the Use of the Young Princesses
      by
      Richard Seymour


      Fagots for
      the Fireside
      A Collection of More Than One
      Hundred Entertaining Games for
      Evenings at Home and Social Parties
      by
      Lucretia P. Hale


      The
      Elements of
      Draughts
      by
      I. D. J. Sweet

      SkatPrinciples and Illustrative Gamesby
      Elizabeth Wager-Smith


      The Chess
      Openings
      by
      I. Gunsberg

      Hoyle's Games,
      America’s Complete
      Hand-Book of Games
      Containing All the Card Games Played in the United
      States, With Their Rules, Regulations, Technicalities,
      Etc. Adapted to the American Mode of Playing, From
      the Text of Hoyle, and the Best Modern Authorities
      by
      Edmond Hoyle


      The Game
      of Euchre
      by
      John William Keller

      Prophetical,
      Educational and
      Playing Cards
      by
      Mrs. John King van Rensselaer

      Indoor Games
      and Socials
      for Boys
      by
      G. Cornelius Baker

      An Easy
      Introduction to
      the Game of Chess
      Containing One Hundred Examples of Games, and a
      Great Variety of Critical Situations and Conclusions;
      Including the Whole of Philidor's Analysis, With
      Copious Selections From Stamma, the Calabrois, &C
      by
      Benjamin Franklin


      Riga Match and
      Correspondence
      Games
      by
      Hartwig Cassel

      Korean GamesWith Notes on the Corresponding
      Games of China and Japan
      by
      Stewart Culin


      Solitaireby
      Unknown Author

      Games of
      Patience for One
      or More Players
      by
      Whitmore Jones

      A Treatise on
      Diamonds and Pearls
      In Which Their Importance Is Considered, and Plain
      Rules Are Exhibited for Ascertaining the Value of Both;
      And the True Method of Manufacturing Diamonds
      by
      David Jeffries


      Common
      Sense in
      Chess
      by
      Emanuel Lasker

      Chinese Games
      With Dice
      Read Before the Oriental Club
      of Philadelphia, March 14, 1889
      by
      Stewart Culin


      American
      Skat
      Or, the Game of Skat Definedby
      J. Charles Eichhorn


      An Easy
      Introduction to
      the Game of Chess
      Containing One Hundred Examples of Games, and a Great Variety of
      Critical Situations and Conclusions; Including the Whole of Philidor's
      Analysis, With Copious Selection From Stamma, the Calabrois,
      &C., Arranged on a New Plan, With Instruction for Learners
      by
      William Jones


      Analysis of
      the Game
      of Chess
      by
      Fran?ois Danican Philidor

      A Handbook
      of Games and
      Programs
      For Church, School, and Homeby
      William Ralph la Porte


      BackgammonA Glance Into the Early History and Descriptions
      of the Pastime, in Its Varied and Primitive Forms,
      and a Treatise of the Game as It Is Played to-Doy
      by
      Alice Howard Cady


      Stratagems of Chess, or
      a Collection of Critical
      and Remarkable Situations
      Selected From the Works of Eminent Masters, Illustrated
      on-Plates, Describing the Ingenious Moves by Which the
      Game Is Either Won, Drawn or Stale-Mate Obtained
      by
      Montigny


      Brooklyn
      Chess
      Chronicle
      by
      J. B.& E. M. Mu?oz


      Vol. 2
      CheckersPomeroy Jordan World's Championship Match
      Games; 50 Games, Unrestricted; Played Under the
      Auspices of the Binghamton Chamber of Commerce
      at Binghamton, N. Y., Aug; 28 Sept; 25, 1913
      by
      M. E. Pomeroy


      One Hundred
      Chess Problems
      With Chess Puzzle Frontispieceby
      A. Cyril Pearson


      The Saloon Keeper's
      Companion, and Book
      of Reference, for Saloon
      Keepers, Proprietors of
      Hotels, and Sporting Men
      by
      Newton

      Morphy's
      Match Games
      Being a Full and Accurate Account of His Most
      Astounding Successes Abroad, Defeating, in Almost
      Every Instance, the Chess Celebrities of Europe
      by
      Charles Henry Stanley


      Ice-Breakers and
      the Ice-Breaker
      Herself
      by
      Edna Geister

      Online
      Algorithms for
      Finger Searching
      by
      Richard Cole

      The Chess
      Player's
      Chronicle
      by
      Howard Staunton


      Vol. 3
      Book of
      Chess
      Problems
      by
      John K. Hanshew

      The Game of
      Draughts
      Simplified and Illustrated With Diagrams;
      Founded on the Games of Andrew Anderson
      by
      Julian Darragh Janvier


      The International
      Chess
      Congress, St.
      Petersburg, 1909
      by
      Emanuel Lasker

      Correct
      Bridge
      Its Laws and Principles Fully Explainedby
      M. S. Hess


      Work and Play Annual
      of Home Amusements
      and Social Sports
      Containing Directions for Various
      in-Door and Out-Door Games,
      Parlor Tricks, Acting Charades, &C
      by
      Milton Bradley and Company


      Whist Scores and
      Card-Table Talk
      With a Bibliography of Whistby
      Rudolf H. Rheinhardt


      The Rubáiyát
      of Bridge
      by
      Carolyn Wells

      The Laws
      of Piquet
      Adopted by the Portland and Turf
      Clubs, With a Treatise on the Game
      by
      Henry Jones


      Memorable Chess
      Games, Brilliants,
      and Miniatures
      With Notes, Queries and Answersby
      W. Moffatt


      The Chess-Player's
      Companion
      Comprising a New Treatise on Odds, and a Collection
      of Games Contested by the Author With Various
      Distinguished Players During the Last Ten Years
      by
      Howard Staunton


      Chess
      Player's
      Chronicle
      by
      Unknown Author

      Analysis of the
      Chess Ending King
      and Queen Against
      King and Rook
      by
      Euclid

      Rules for
      Billiards and Pool
      And an Illustrated Catalogue of Briggs'
      Billiard Tables and Billiard Furnishings
      by
      Oliver L. Briggs


      Chess
      Problems
      by
      James Pierce

      Joshua Sturges's
      Guide to the
      Game of Draughts
      In Which the Theory and Practice of That Scientific
      Recreation Are Clearly Illustrated, Including One
      Hundred and Seventy-Two Critical Positions
      by
      Joshua Sturges


      One Hundred
      Pitfalls on the
      Chessboard
      by
      Edwin A. Greig

      Foster's
      Common Sense
      in Whist
      by
      Robert Frederick Foster

      A Memorial to
      William Steinitz
      Containing a Selection of His
      Games Chronologically Arranged
      With an Analysis of Play
      by
      Devidé


      Westminster
      Papers, 1876
      A Monthly Journal of Chess, Whist,
      Games of Skill and the Drama
      by
      Westminster Chess Club



      Vol. 8
      The Games of the
      Match at Chess
      Played by the Chess Players of the Athen?um,
      Philadelphia, and the New-York Chess-Club, Between
      the Years 1856 and 1857, With Variations and Remarks
      by
      Athen?um Committee


      A New Treatise of the
      Game of Chess, on a Plan of
      Progressive Improvement
      Hitherto Unattempted
      Containing a Very Considerable Number of General Rules,
      Explanations, Notes and Examples; The Object of These
      Rules &C. Is to Enable Unpractised Players to Avoid Crowded
      Games, to Bring Their Pieces Into Action Speedily and Properly
      by
      J. H. Sarratt



      Vol. 2
      The Exploits and Triumphs,
      in Europe, of Paul Morphy,
      the Chess Champion
      Including an Historical Account of Clubs, Biographical
      Sketches of Famous Players, and Various Information
      and Anecdote Relating to the Noble Game of Chess
      by
      Unknown Author


      Jack PotsStories of the Great American Gameby
      Eugene Edwards


      Pierce Gambit,
      Chess Papers
      and Problems
      by
      James Pierce

      Morphy's Games
      of Chess, and
      Frère's Problem
      Tournament
      by
      Paul Charles Morphy

      Chess Exemplified
      in a Concise and Easy
      Notation, Greatly
      Facilitating Practice
      Being an Introduction to the Game, on a
      System of Progressive Instruction and Examples
      by
      Charles Pearson



      Vol. 1
      The Modern
      Pocket Hoyle
      Containing All the Games
      of Skill and Chance
      by
      William Brisbane Dick Trumps


      The Chess
      Tournament
      A Collection of the Games Played at This
      Celebrated Assemblage, Illustrated by Copious
      Diagrams, and Notes, Critical and Explanatory
      by
      Howard Staunton


      Sports of
      All Sorts
      by
      Josephine Pollard

      The Bridge
      Book
      Practical Talks About the Bridgeby
      Archibald Dunn


      Souvenir of the
      Bristol Chess Club
      Containing One Hundred Original Games of Chess, Recently
      Played, Either Between the Best Players in Tilat Society,
      or by Them With Other Celebrated Players of the Day
      by
      Elijah Williams Bristol Chess Club


      Chess and
      Chess-Players
      Consisting of Original
      Stories and Sketches
      by
      George Walker


      Pollock
      Memories
      A Collection of Chess Games,
      Problems, Including His Matches
      by
      William Henry Krause Pollock


      An Easy
      Introduction to
      the Game of Chess
      Containing One Hundred Examples of Games, and a
      Great Variety of Critical Situations and Conclusions;
      Including the Whole of Philidor's Analysis, With
      Copious Selections From Stamma, the Calabrois, &C
      by
      Fran?ois André Danican


      Researches Into
      the History of
      Playing Cards
      With Illustrations of the Origin of
      Printing and Engraving on Wood
      by
      Samuel Weller Singer


      Studies
      of Chess
      Containing Caissa, a Poemby
      William Jones



      Vol. 2 of 2
      Catalogue of the
      Chess Collection
      of the Late George
      Allen, Esq. LL. D
      by
      George Allen

      Dalton's
      Complete
      Bridge
      by
      W. Dalton

      The
      American
      Chess Code
      by
      British Chess Company

      The Chess Players'
      Text Book
      An Elementary Treatise on the Game of Chess;
      Illustrated by Numerous Diagrams Specially
      Designed for Beginners and Advanced Students
      by
      George Hatfield Dingley Gossip


      Revised Edition
      of McCall's
      Rule's of
      the Cock Pit
      by
      Sol Patrick McCall

      The Book of the
      Sixth American
      Chess Congress
      Containing the Games of the International
      Chess Tournament Held at New York in 1889
      by
      W. Steinitz


      The
      Two-Move
      Chess Problem
      by
      B. G. Laws

      The Manual
      of Chess
      Containing the Elementary Principles of the
      Game; Illustrated With Numerous Diagrams,
      Recent Games, and Original Problems
      by
      Charles Kenny


      Waifs and
      Strays
      Chiefly From the Chess-Boardby
      Hugh Alexander Kennedy


      The Bridge
      Manual
      An Illustrated Practical Course of Instruction and
      Complete Guide to the Conventions of the Game
      by
      John Doe


      The Chess
      World
      A Magazine Devoted to the Cultivation of the Game of Chess;
      Containing Games and Problems by the First Masters; With a
      Variety of Articles, Original and Selected, on the Subject of Chess
      by
      Unknown Author



      Vol. 3
      The Chess Player's
      Chronicle for 1848
      Containing Upwards of Three
      Hundred and Fifty Games and
      Problems by the Most Eminent Players
      by
      Howard Staunton


      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
      by
      William Lewis


      A New Treatise
      on Chess
      Containing the Rudiments of the Game, Explained on Scientific
      Principles; With the Best Methods of Playing the Most Brilliant
      Openings and Difficult Ends of Games; Including Numerous
      Original Positions, and a Selection of Fifty New Chess Problems
      by
      George Walker


      Westminster
      Papers, 1872
      A Monthly Journal of Chess, Whist,
      Games of Skill and the Drama
      by
      Westminster Chess Club



      Vol. 4
      Skat: The
      German Game
      of Cards
      by
      Unknown Author

      Hoyle's Games
      Improved
      Containing Practical Treatises on Whist, Quadrille, Piquet,
      Quinze, Vingt-Un, Lansquenet, Pharo, Rouge Et Noir, Cribbage,
      Matrimony, Cassino, Reversis, Put, Connexions, All Fours,
      Speculation, Pam-Lu, Brag, Back-Gammon, Draughts, Hazard, Chess
      by
      Edmond Hoyle


      Chess Analysed, or
      Instructions by Which
      a Perfect Knowledge of
      This Noble Game May in
      a Short Time Be Acquir'd
      by
      André Danican Philidor

      The Works of
      Gianutio and
      Gustavus Selenus
      On the Game of Chessby
      J. H. Sarratt



      Vol. 2
      The Game
      of Ombre
      by
      Henry Hucks Gibbs

      A Descriptive Catalogue of
      the Sanskrit Manuscripts in
      the Government Oriental
      Manuscripts Library, Madras
      Religion Continuedby
      Malur Rangacharya



      Vol. 14
      KnowledgeAn Illustrated Magazine of Science,
      Plainly Worded-Exactly Described;
      November, 1881, to June, 1882
      by
      Richard A. Proctor



      Vol. 1
      A Treatise on the
      Game of Chess
      Containing an Introduction to the Game, and an Analysis
      of the Various Openings of Games, With Several
      New Modes of Attack and Defence; To Which Are
      Added, Twenty-Five New Chess Problems on Diagrams
      by
      William Lewis


      Pahlavi Cartomancy
      or Card Reading
      A New and Complete Method
      Adapted to the Pahlavi Cards
      by
      Sarah Adelaide Mounton


      Hoyle's
      Improved
      Edition of the Rules for
      Playing Fashionable Games
      by
      Edmond Hoyle


      The Checker
      Primer
      by
      Unknown Author

      The Laws
      of Euchre
      As Adopted by the Somerset Club
      of Boston, March 1, 1888; With
      Some Suggestions About the Play
      by
      H. C. Leeds


      Amusements
      in Chess
      by
      Charles Tomlinson

      Westminster
      Papers, 1873
      A Monthly Journal of Chess, Whist,
      Games of Skill and the Drama
      by
      Westminster Chess Club


      Advanced
      Bridge
      The Higher Principles of the Game Analysed
      and Explained, and Their Application
      Illustrated by Hands Taken From Actual Play
      by
      Joseph Bowne Elwell


      CheckersThe Fife Openingby
      Roland Edwin Bowen


      Chess Sparks, or
      Short and Bright
      Games of Chess
      by
      John Henry Ellis

      Foster's Russian
      Bank (or Crapette)
      A Game for Two Players With Complete
      Description and Illustrative Lists
      by
      R. F. Foster


      The
      Whist-Player
      The Laws and Practice of
      Short-Whist, Explained and Illustrated
      by
      Unknown Author


      Whist
      Study Suits
      Compiled for Students and Teachersby
      Elizabeth H. Gay


      The Laws of
      Short Whist
      by
      J. L. Baldwin

      A Selection of
      Games at Chess
      Actually Played in Londonby
      Alexander M'donnell


      Lees' Guide to the
      Game of Draughts
      Giving the Best Lines of Attack and Defence on
      the Standard Openings, With Notes and Variations;
      Also, Selected Useful Positions by Various Authors
      by
      James Lees


      Bridge Axioms and
      Laws With the
      Change the Suit Call
      Revised and Explainedby
      J. B. Elwell


      Easy
      Whist
      by
      Lowis D'aguilar Jackson

      Synopsis of
      Chess Openings
      A Tabular Analysisby
      William Cook


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