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" Brahmins were neither mistaken touching the board, which has a river in the middle to divide the contending parties, nor in the powers of the king, who is entrenched in a fort, and moves only in that space in every direction ; but, what I did not... "
The History of Chess: From the Time of the Early Invention of the Game in ... - Page 277
by Duncan Forbes - 1860 - 312 pages
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

English poetry - 1796
...equipage; and I found, that the Bramins were neither miitaken touching the board, which has a river in the middle to divide the contending parties, nor...who is entrenched in a fort, and moves only in that fpace, in every direction. But, what I did not before hear, nor do I believe is known out of this country,...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1799
...erp-ipage ; and I found, that the Bjamins were neither miliaken touching tiie board, which has a river in the .middle to divide the contending parties, nor...who is entrenched in a fort, and moves only in that (pace, in every direction. But, what did I not before, heir, nor do I believe is known out of th is...
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Asiatick Researches: Or, Transactions of the Society Instituted in ..., Volume 8

Asiatic Society (Calcutta, India) - Asia - 1808
...equipage ; and I found that the Dralimins were neither mistaken touching the board, which has a rivex in the middle to divide the contending parties, nor...what I did not hear before, nor do I believe is known one of this country, (China,) there are two pieces whose movcII 4 meats ments are distinct from any...
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Annual Register, Volume 36

History - 1806
...equipage ; and I found, that the Bramins were neither mistaken touching the board, which has a river in the middle to divide the contending parties, nor...moves only in that space, in every direction. But what did I not before hear, nor do I believe is known out ofthiscountry, there are t wo pieces, who«? movements...
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Gioachino Greco on the Game of Chess

Gioachino Greco - Chess - 1819 - 148 pages
...Equipage ; and I found, that the Bramins were neither mistaken touching the board, which has a river in the middle, to divide the contending parties, nor...that space, in every direction. But, what I did not before hear, nor do I believe is known out of this country, there are two Pieces, whose movements are...
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Chess Player's Chronicle, Volume 6

Chess - 1846
...equipage ; and I found that the Brahmins were neither mistaken touching the board, which has a river in the middle to divide the contending parties, nor...distinct from any in the Indian or European game. The Mandarin, which answers to our Bishop in his station and side-long course, cannot, through age, cross...
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The Saturday magazine

1841
...middle, to separate the contending parties. The powers of the king are very limited : he is intrenched in a fort, and moves only in that space in every direction. There are also two pieces whose movements are distinct from any in the European game: viz., the MANDARIN,...
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Amusements in Chess

Charles Tomlinson - Chess - 1845 - 352 pages
...middle, to separate the contending parties. The powers of the king are very limited : he is intrenched in a fort, and moves only in that space in every direction. There are also two pieces whose movements are distinct from any in the European game : viz., the MANDARIN,...
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The Chess player's chronicle, Volume 6

1846
...were neither mistaken touching the board, which has a river in the middle to divide the contend,ng parties, nor in the powers of the king, who is entrenched in u fort, and moves only in that space in every direction ; but, what I did not hear before, nor do I...
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Aungervyle society reprints [ed. by E.M. Goldsmid].

Aungervyle society - 1884
...equipage ; and I found that the Krahmins were neither mistaken touching the board, which has a river in the middle to divide the contending parties, nor in the powers of the king, who is intrenched in a fort, and moves only in that space in every direction ; but, what I did not hear before,...
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