The compleat gamester

Publication Date1739
Remainderin 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
Publisherprinted for E. Curll, at Pope's Head, in Rose-Street, Covent-Garden; and J. Hodges, at the Looking-Glass, on London-Bridge



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