An epitome of Hoyle, [electronic resource] : with Beaufort and Jones's Hoyle improved; or, practical treatises on the following games. Hazard, backgammon, tennis, Billiards, Cricket, Chess, Draughts, Whist, Quadrille, Piquet, Lansquenet, and Quinze. With an Account of the present fashionable Game called E-O, played at most of the polite Chocolate Houses, never before attempted in Print. Comprising the Laws and Rules of the several Games, as settled at White's, Stapleton's, &c. &c. Also the most advantageous Method of Betting at those Games, and the erroneous Odds introduced in former Productions of a similar kind, rectified. By a member of the Jockey Club.
- Dublin : printed by R. M. Butler, Bookseller, No. 31, Grafton-Street, M.DCC.XCI. 
,iv,87,p. ; 8⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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