- Author:Benjamin Franklin,George Walker
- Publisher:Nabu Press (March 5, 2010)
- Pages:162 pages
- Subcategory:Puzzles & Games
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George Walker, Benjamin Franklin. N. Dearborn Collection. Book from the collections of. New York Public Library.
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The chess player: by George Walker; to which are added the three games. Containing Franklin's Essay on the Morals of Chess. Стр. 11 - By this generous civility (so opposite to the unfairness above forbidden) you may happen indeed to lose the game, but you will win what is better, his esteem, his respect, and his affection; together with the silent approbation and good-will of. Встречается в книгах (68) с 1804 по 2005.
Benjamin Franklin: ON THE MORALS OF CHESS. Nov 17, 2009 Benjamin Franklin: ON THE MORALS OF CHESS(1779). The game of Chess is not merely an idle amusement. Several very valuable qualities of the mind, useful in the course of human life, are to be acquired or strengthened by it, so as to become habits, ready on all occasions
The Chess Player : Containing Franklin's Essay on the Morals of Chess, Introduction to the Rudiments .
The Chess Player : Containing Franklin's Essay on the Morals of Chess, Introduction to the Rudiments of Chess. by Benjamin Franklin and George Walker.
The Morals of Chess is an essay on chess by the American intellectual Benjamin Franklin, which was first published in The Columbian Magazine in December 1786. Franklin, who was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, played chess from at least 1733. He outlined the essay around 1732, but did not publish it until 1786.
The Morals of Chess Franklin and chess have long been associated in the popular mind largely .
Reprinted from The Columbian Magazine, I (December, 1786), 159–61; incomplete copy:6 American Philosophical Society. Franklin and chess have long been associated in the popular mind largely because of this bagatelle, which was the most widely reprinted product of his Passy press. However, we believe that the essay was originally formulated as early as 1732, and that Franklin in the spring of 1779 was once again recalling material from his earlier life for the amusement of his circle at Passy. Our evidence comes from the commonplace book that Franklin kept from 1730–38.
SourceBibCitation: Selected Americana from Sabin's Dictionary of books relating to America
SourceBibCitation: Selected Americana from Sabin's Dictionary of books relating to America. Notes: Attributed to James Otis in the Dictionary of American biography. Collation: 60, 72 . 17 cm.
by Benjamin Franklin and William Jones. The Chess PlayerIllustrated With Engravings and Diagramsby George Walker
by Benjamin Franklin and William Jones. The Chess PlayerIllustrated With Engravings and Diagramsby George Walker. Chess for Beginners, in a Series of Progressive LessonsShowing the Most Approved Methods of Beginning and Ending the Game; With Various Situations and Checkmates, Illustrated by Numerous Diagrams Printed in Coloursby William Lewis. A New Book of Patience Gamesby Ernest Bergholt. The Chess Player's Chronicle, 1856Containing Games by the Principal Players of Austria, Belgium, England, France, Italy, and Prussia; Problems, and Original Articlesby Howard Staunton. Vol. 4. Games and Amusements for Everybodyby Unknown Author.