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THE

CHESS MONTHLY,

AN

AMERICAN CHESS SERIAL,

EDITED BY

PAUL MORPHY, ESQ. AND DANIEL W. FISKE, M. A.
PROBLEM DEPARTMENT BY E. B. COOK, ESQ.

VOLUME m. 1859.

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NEW YORK:
WM. C. MILLER,
49 Nassau St., Between Liberty St. And Maiden Lank.
LONDON:—TRUBNER A CO.,
60 Patkrkostkb Row.

I. TABLE OF CONTENTS.

Beauties of M'Donncll .... 73
Charles XII at Bender .... 77
Chess as one of the Fine Arts . . 297

Chess in Sweden 265

Chess Literature 201

Chess Monthly Correspondence, 31, 71,

103, 135, 167, 360, 391.
Chess on the Mississippi . . . 137
Eud-Games, . 129, 191, 221, 320, 353
Epigrammatic Observations . . 209
Games. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 18. 20,

22. 49, 51, 53, 54, 56, 58. 59, 6O, 62,
74, 75, 76. 82, 83, 86. 88, 90, 91, 93,
98, 118, 120, 122, 123, 124,126,127,
142, 143, 144, 145, 152, 153, 154,
156, 181, 183, 185, 186, 187, 188,
190, 209, 212, 214, 216, 217, 219,
249, 250, 251, 252. 254, 255, 256,
257, 276, 277, 279, 281, 282, 283,
285, 286, 303, 301, 305, 306, 307,
308, 311, 314, 315, 316, 317, 319,
341, 343, 344, 345, 346, 348, 349,
350, 351, 352, 375, 376, 377, 379,
380, 381,382, 383, 384, 385.
Historical Illustrations of the Philidor's

Defence 6

Impromptu Sentiment .... 145
Irregular Defences to the King's

Gambit 169

King's Gambit Accepted . . . 239
Lives of Chess Men,

V. George Atwood .... 300
London and Edinburgh Match . 116

Magnets 11

Mated and Checkmated . . 329, 361

Miscellanea Zatrikiologica.

I. The Alexander of Chess 26—
The Score in Paris 29—
Kings but not Chess Kings
30.

IL The Chess-Kings of 1851 and
1859, 70.

m. Paul Morphy 98— The Old
English Notation 98—Jour-
nalistic Chess 99—A Chap-
ter on Chess Boards 101—
Chess in America 101.

IV. TheKingof Chess 132—The

Morphy Testimonial 132—
The Armies of the Chess
Board 133—The Character
of Chess 134.

V. Cassar at Rome 162—The last

from Mr. Morphy 163—A
Book of American Prob-
lems 164—The News in
America 16 4 — Foreign
Items of Interest 166.

VI. Paul Morphy 194—The Last

Days at Paris 194—Morphy
in London 189—The Din-
ner 196.—Score in Europe
198—Arrival at New York
199 —A Card from Mr.
Morphy 200.

VII. Morphy in America 224—
Presentation in New York
224-In Boston 227—His
late Score 228—Lowenthal
on Morphy 2 2 9 — The
Thompson Match 230—The
Columns of Chess 230—The
West Yorkshire Chess As-
sociation 2 3 1 — Foreign
Items 232.

VIII. An Anecdote of Chess and
Love 261 — After-Dinner
Chess-Talk 261—Paul Mor-
phy 263—American News
263—European News 264.

IX. The True Story of Chess 2.S9

—My Chess Study 290—
New Games by Philidor
290—After Dinner Chess
Talk 291—The Chess Sket-
ches of Kennedy 292—Va-
ri ties of Chess 293—Morphy
and Lichtenhein 2 9 4 —
American Matters of Inter-
est 2 9 5—Joseph Alouzo
Potter 296,

X. Roi Depouille 323—The Sea-

son of Chess 323—Chess in
Elysium 3 2 5 —A Story

aliout Bones 327—Giulio
Cesare Polerio 327—Ame-
rican News 328—John S.
Dunning 328.

XI. Paul Morphy going Southward

356—Misty and Mysterious
356—The" Tombs of the
Great 357—The End of a
Battle 3 5 8 — American
News 3 5 8 — The News
Abroad 359.

XII. Mates 388—A ChessPlayer's

Dream 388—After-Dinner
Chess-Talk 388—Morphy
in Philadelphia 390.
Models of Defense in the Evans

Gambit 45

New Error (A) of Philidor . . .180
Notes on Chess Authors .... 234

Professor's (The) Daughter . . 34
Problem (A) by Petroff . . . .208
Problems 24, 25, G6, 67, 68, 69, 79. 80,
81.94. 95. 9G,97,130, 131. 141, 160,
161, 192,193, 222, 223, 259. 260. 287,
288. 321. 322, 354, 355, 386, 387.
Queens and Bachelors .... 115

Roasted Chess-nuts 233

Rookery (A) 105

Salvio on dies" 273-"

Scotch Gambit (The) 141

Solution (De la) la plus parfaite du

Problemedu Cavalier 110, 146, 176 ^
Solution of the Problem of the Knight's

Tour Ill, 147, 177

Sonnet 77

Village (The) of StrUbeck . . .270
What Rome missed 1

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