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The incomparable game of chess,
developed after a new method of the greatest facility, from the first elements to the most scientific artifices of the game.
Tr. from the Italian of Dr. Ercole dal Rio, by J. S. Bingham. To which is prefixed an essay on the origin of the game, by Eyles Irwin.

APA Citation

Ponziani, D. Lorenzo., Irwin, E., Bingham, J. S.., Rio, E. del. (1820). The incomparable game of chess: developed after a new method of the greatest facility, from the first elements to the most scientific artifices of the game. London: J.J. Stockdale.

MLA Citation

Ponziani, Domemico Lorenzo, 1719-1796, Eyles Irwin, J. S. Bingham, and Ercole del Rio. The Incomparable Game of Chess: Developed After a New Method of the Greatest Facility, From the First Elements to the Most Scientific Artifices of the Game. London: J.J. Stockdale, 1820.

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