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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.

APA Citation

Pratt, P. (1799). 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. London: Printed for the author and sold by S. Bagster.

MLA Citation

Pratt, Peter, fl. 1799-1822. 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. London: Printed for the author and sold by S. Bagster, 1799.

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