The Compleat Gamester

The Compleat Gamester

In Three Parts. Containing, I. The Court Gamester: Or, Full and Easy Instructions for Playing the Games of Ombre, Quadrille, Quintille, Picquet, Basset, Faro, and the Royal Game of Chess. II. The City Gamester: Or, True Manner of Playing the Most Usual Games at Cards, Viz. Whist, All-Fours, Cribbidge, Put, Lue, Brag, &c. 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. III. The Gentleman's Diversion: Or, the Arts of Riding, Racing, Archery, Cocking, and Bowling. Written for the Use of the Young Princesses, by Richard Seymour, Esq

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Publisher: London : printed for E. Curll, at Pope's Head, in Rose-Street, Covent-Garden; and J. Hodges, at the Looking-Glass, on London-Bridge, 1739.
Edition: The sixth edition
Characteristics: xii,324p. : ill. ; 12⁰

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