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The compleat gamester, or, Instructions how to play at billiards, trucks, bowls, and chess together with all manner of usual and most gentile games either on cards, or dice
Instructions how to play at billiards, trucks, bowls, and chess.
Cotton, Charles, 1630-1687.
[Edition statement: ] The second edition.
Attributed to Charles Cotton. Cf. Halkett & Laing (2nd ed.).
Added t.p. engraved.
, 175 p.
London: Printed for Henry Brome ...,
Arber's Term cat. / I 399
Wing / C6384
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