22 January 1892
Chess column was a regular in The Cambrian, newspaper from Swansea. Chess editor James Glass
Paul Morphy vs Amateur 1-0, before 1857
King's Gambit - odd : remove White Queen's Rook and Knight!
Well known game, it was published in El Pablo Morphy (15th December) from New York Chess Monthly. Morphy gave a rook and a knight to an amateur. According to information at chessgames.com the Amateur was name "Theodore Knight".
White to play and mates in three moves, composed by Rev. C.F.Jones (Baildon, Shipley, Yorks)
- Lasker setttled in London and to be play in national Tournament, 1892
The Cambrian 22 January 1892
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