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In Three Parts.
I. The Court Gamester: Or, Full and Easy Instructions for playing the Games of Whist, Ombre, Quadrille, Quintille, Picquet, and the Royal Game of Chess.
II. The City Gamester: Or, True Manner of playing the most usual Games at Cards viz. All-fours, Cribbidge, B Lue, Br Ag, Lottery £sv. With several diverting Tricks upon the Cards; also Rules for playing at All the Games both Within and Without the Tables; and at English and French Billiards: with the Laws of each Game annexed, to prevent Disputes.
lit. The Gentleman's Diversion: Or, The Arts of Riding, Racing, Archery, Cocking, and Bowling.
First Written for the Use of the Young Princesses* By RICHARD SEYMOUR, Esq;.
And now carefully revised, very much enlarged and improved, agreeable to the present Method of playing the several Games,
By CHARLES JOHNSON, Esq; The EIGHTH EDITION.
LONDON: Printed for J. Hodges, at the Looking-Glafs, seeing St. Magnus-Church, London Bridge, 1754.
[Price Three Shillings.]