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In the practice of this Game, a Person meets with a great many odd Events, which give the fame sort of agreeable Surprize, that we are moved with at xhebappy Incidents in a Comedy: By the concise Account we have given of it, any Person, that once sees the Men placed upon the Board, may learn to play; but to be excellent in it, requires a suitable Genius, and good observation. )

The Second and Third Parts of this Treatise, were originally written by Charles Cotton, Esq; some Years since, but are now rectified according to the present Standard of Play.

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Richard Seymour.


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