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ISNI: 
0000 0001 1601 8887
Name: 
Hovards Stauntons
Howard Staunton (angielski szachista)
Howard Staunton (britischer Schachspieler, Schachjournalist und Shakespeare-Forscher)
Howard Staunton (Brits auteur)
Howard Staunton (English chess master and Shakespearean scholar)
Howard Staunton (scacchista inglese)
Staunton, H.
Staunton, Howard
Χάουαρντ Στώντον (Άγγλος σκακιστής)
Говард Стаунтон
Стаунтон, Говард
הווארד סטאונטון
هاورد ستونتن
हॉवर्ड स्टाँटन
ஹோவார்ட் இசுட்டான்டன்
Dates: 
1810-1874
Creation class: 
Language material
Text
Creation role: 
author
editor
redactor
Related names: 
Agnel, H. R. (1799-1871)
Agnel, Hyacinth R. (1799-1871)
Bermingham, E.H.
Condell, Henry (d. 1627)
Dalziel Brothers
Gilbert, John (1817-1897)
Preston, R. W.
Routledge, Warne & Routledge
Schepps, Solomon J.
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)
Wormald, Robert B. (1834-1876)
Wormald, Robert Bormas (1834-1876)
Titles: 
700 chess problems by Staunton
book of chess: containing the rudiments of the game, and elementary analyses of the most popular openings., The
Chess parxis ... 1860.
chess-player's companion; comprising a new treatise on odds, and a collection of games contested by the author with various distinguished players during the last ten years; including the great French match with Mons. St. Amant; to which are added a selection of new and instructive problems., The
chess-player's handbook, The : a popular and scientific introduction to the game of chess, exemplified in games actually played by the greatest masters, and illustrated by numerous diagrams of original and remarkable positions
Chess players chronicle
Chess praxis : a supplement to The chess player's handbook : containing all the most important modern improvements in the openings, illustrated by actual games; a rev. code of chess laws; and a collection of Mr. Morphy's matches, &c., in England and France
Chess problems: consisting of upwards of seven hundred games and problems
Chess tournament a collection of the games played at this celebrated assemblage, illustrated by copious diagrams, and notes, critical and explanatory
chess tournament, The : London, 1851
Drane's A.B.C. series.
Globe illustrated Shakespeare, The : the complete works annotated
great schools of England, The : a Victorian polymath examines the educational system at the heart of the British empire
great schools of England, The : an account of the foundation, endowments, and discipline of the chief seminaries of learning in England
Howard Staunton : uncrowned chess champion of the world
Illustrated London News: Chess., The
laws and practice of chess, The : together with an analysis of the openings, and a treatise on end games
Newspaper cuttings
Partierne fra den almindelige Schachtournering i London : med oplysende og kritiske Anmärkninger
Plays. - 1858-60, The
plays of Shakespeare, The
Schachwettkampf in Paris 1843 zwischen Mr. Staunton und M. St. Amant
Shakespeare's comedy of Much ado about nothing;
Sir John Gilbert's Shakespeare
Staunton's Chess-player's handbook, to which have been added the chief variations from his Chess praxis, and many recent analyses and examples of modern master-play.
works of William Shakespeare, The : in four volumes
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