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The chess player, : illustrated with engravings and diagrams. : Containing, Franklin's essay on the morals of chess, introduction to the rudiments of chess, by George Walker, teacher : To which are added the three games played at one and the same time by Philidor, sixty openings, mates and situations, by W.S. Kenny, teacher : With remarks, anecdotes, &c. &c. and an explanation of the round chess board. Preview this item
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The chess player, : illustrated with engravings and diagrams. : Containing, Franklin's essay on the morals of chess, introduction to the rudiments of chess, by George Walker, teacher : To which are added the three games played at one and the same time by Philidor, sixty openings, mates and situations, by W.S. Kenny, teacher : With remarks, anecdotes, &c. &c. and an explanation of the round chess board.

Author: George WalkerW S KennyBenjamin FranklinNathaniel DearbornWilliam A ColmanAll authors
Publisher: Boston, : Published by Nathl. Dearborn : Little & Brown, and Weeks Jordan & Co. Boston; Wm. A. Colman, New York: Cary [i.e., Carey] & Hart, Phila. Armstrong & Berry, Baltimore; Smith & Palmer, Richmond, Virg. Henry Whipple, Salem, and B. Cranston & Co. Providence., 1840 [ie., 1841].
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Genre/Form: Publishers' cloth bindings (Binding)
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Named Person: F D Philidor; F D Philidor
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Walker; W S Kenny; Benjamin Franklin; Nathaniel Dearborn; William A Colman; Henry Whipple; Charles C. Little and James Brown (Firm),; Weeks, Jordan & Company,; Carey & Hart,; Armstrong & Berry,; Smith & Palmer,; B. Cranston & Co.,
OCLC Number: 197677227
Notes: By George Walker. Originally published as Chess made easy.
Copyright 1840 by Nathl. Dearborn.
Frontispiece illustration has caption "The chess player, position of the chess-board and men, at the commencement of a game." and imprint "Boston. Published by N. Dearborn, 1841."
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Description: vi, [1], 8-155, [1] p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. ; 19 cm.

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