Chess made easy;
new and comprehensive rules for playing the game of chess,
with examples from Phildor, Cunningham, &c., &c. To which is prefixed, A pleasing account of its origin, ... and The morals of chess written by the ingenious and learned Dr. Franklin.
|Related Names:||Franklin, Benjamin 1706-1790.|
London, printed for J. Harris (succ. to E. Newbery), 1812.
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