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++++ Chess Made Easy: New And Comprehensive Rules For Playing The
Game Of Chess; With Examples From Philidor, Cunningham, &c,
&c. To Which Is Prefixed A Pleasing Account Of Its Origin; Some
Interesting Anecdotes Of Several Exalted Personages, Who Have Been
Admirers Of It; And The Morals Of Chess Benjamin Franklin Printed
for J. Harris & son, 1820 Games; Chess; Games / Chess
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||Paperback - Trade
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