Practical Chess Grammar 1818

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Practical Chess Grammar:  or, An Introduction to the Royal Game of Chess:  In a Series of Plates.  Designed to Instruct the Learner, Remove the Difficulties of this Elegant and Scientific Game, and Render it Attainable by the Lowest Capacity.

Printed for T. and J. Allman: London , 1818. William Stopford Kenny (1788-1867) was an accomplished chess player and teacher, as well as the author, editor, or compiler of numerous instructive books, including this popular manual and its companion, Practical Chess Exercises (London , 1818).

Unfortunately the title page is missing from the book!