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23-B. Pawn takes the rook --(18 to 25)

Queen's rook takes the pawn.-(57 to 25) 24-B. Queen's rook's pawn one square.:-(17) W. Rook to his queen's bishop's 5th square.-(27).

Checking. 25-B. Kiny retires to his qucen's knight's square.-(2)

W. Rook to his queen's bishop's 7th square.—(11) 26-B, Queen to her knight's 4th square.-(26)

W, Queen's knight to his rook's 3rd square.-(41) 27—B. Queen to her king's bishop's 4th square.--(30)

W. Queen's knight to her bishop's 4th square.-(35) 28—B. Queen takes the king's knight. (30 to 23) W. Bishop to his queen's rook's 7th square.-(9)—

Checking 29-B. King retires to his queen's rook's square.-(1) W. Knight to the queen's knight's 6th square (18), and

gives check-mate; the black king being unable to move to bis queen's knight's square(2) on account of the white bishop; or to his queen's knight's second square (10) on account of the white rook.

THIRD MODE OF PLAY,

Commencing at the fifth move of the Introductory Game.

5--B. King castles with his rook.--(K. to 7, R. to 6)

W. King's bishop's pawn one square.-(30) 6-B. Queen's pawn one square.—(28)

W. Queen to her king's bishop's 3rd square.- (46) -B, Queen's pawn takes the pawn.~(28 to 37)

W. Queen's pawn retakes the pawn.-(44 10 37) 8-B. Queen's rook's pawn two squares.-(25)

W. King's knight's pawn two squares.-(39) 9-B. Queen to her 3rd square.-(20)

W. King's knight's pawn one square.-(31) 10-B. King's knight to his king's square.-(5) W. King's bishop to his queen's bishop's 4th square.

(35) 11-B. Queen's bishop's pawn one square.-(19)

W. Queen to her king's rook's 5th square.-(32) 12—B. Queen's knight's pawn two squares.-(26)

W. King's knight's pawn one square.—(23) 13—B. King's rook's pawn one square.—(24) W. King's bishop takes the black king's bishop's pawn.

-(35 to 14)-Checking.

14-B. King to his rook's square.- [8] W. Queen's bishop takes the black king's rook's pawn.

-[59 to 24] 15-B. King's knight to his Bishop's 3rd square.-[22] W. Queen's bishop to his king's knight's 5th square

[31]-discovers check upon the black king and wins the game; his only retreat being commanded by the white king's bishop.

FOURTH MODE OF PLAY,

Commencing at the tenth move of the Introductory Game.

10-B. King castles with his queen's rook.-[K. to 3, R.

to 4] W. King castles with his rook:-(K. to 63, R. to 62] 11-B. King's rook's pawn one square.—[24]

W. Queen's knight to his queen's 2nd square.-- [52] 12-B. King's knight's pawn two squares.—[31]

W. Queen's bishop to his king's 3rd square.—[45] 13–B. Queen's rook to his king's knight's square.-[7]

W. Queen's knight's pawn two squares.-[34] 14-B. King's rook's pawn one square.—[32]

W. Queen's rook's pawn two squares. -[33]* 15-B. Queen's bishop takes the knight.-[39 to 46]

W. Queen takes the bishop.—[53 to 46] 16-B. King's knight's pawn one square.—[39]

W. Queen to her king's 2nd square.—[53] 17—B. Queen's bishop's pawn one square.—[19]

W. Queen's rook's pawn one'square.- [25] 18-B. Bishop to his queen's bishop's 2nd square.-[1]

W. Queen's bishop's pawn one square.—[35] 19-B. King's rook's pawn one square.-[40]

W. King's rook to his queen's knight's square.—[58] 20—B. King's rook to his 4th square.-[32]

W. Queen's bishop's pawn one square.-[27] 21– B. Queen's pawn one square.—[28]

W. King's pawn one square.—[29] 22—B. King's knight to his king's square.--[5]

W. Queen's knight's pawn one square.—[26] 23--B. Pawn takes the pawn.-[19 to 26]

W. King's rook retakes the pawn.-[58 to 26] 24-B. Queen's rook's pawn one square.-[17]

* When two or three pawns are in immediate advance of the king, and the adversary falls upon them in order to attack him, do not move them until forced. It would have been but indifferent play of White, in this instance, to have pushed his king's rook's pawo upon the black queen's bishop; as black would then have taken the white king's knight with that bisbop; and having obtained an opening upon the white king, by pushing his king's knight's pawn, would thus have won the game.

W. King's rook to his queen's knight's 4th square.

[34] 25—B. King's bishop's pawn one square.--[22] W. King's bishop takes the queen's rook's pawn.

[44 to 17] 26-B. Pawn takes the bishop.-[10 to 17]

W. Queen takes the pawn.—(5:3 to 17]-Checking. 27—B. King retires to his queen's square.—[4]

W. Queen to her rook's 8th square.-[1]-Checking. 28-B. Queen's knight to his square [2] and covers the

check. w. Queen's rook's pawn one square.—[17] 29—B. King to his queen's 2nd square.-- [12] W. Queen takes the queen's pawn.--[1 to 28)

Checking. 30-B. King retires to bis queen’s bishop's square.-[3] W. Queen's rook's pawn one square.--[9]

In this advanced state, the game is left for the ingenuity of the learner-White wins.

SECOND GAME.

White.

Black. 1. K. P. two sq.

1. The same. 2. K. B. to Q. B. 4th sq. 2. The same.

• As it is to be presumed that the Student has by this time become sufficiently familiar with the names of the squares and the pre

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