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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, for the use of beginners; rev. and corrected by an American amateur.

APA Citation

Lewis, W., American amateur, p. (1827). 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, for the use of beginners; rev. and corrected by an American amateur. New York: G. & C. Carvill.

MLA Citation

Lewis, William, 1787-1870, and pseud American amateur. 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, for the Use of Beginners; Rev. And Corrected by an American Amateur. New York: G. & C. Carvill, 1827.

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