Chess is a scientific game and its literature ought to be placed on the basis of the strictest truthfulness, which is the foundation of all scientific research.W. Steinitz

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New York Turf, Field and Farm, New York, NY
Masthead reads Sportsman's Oracle and Country Gentleman's Newspaper 1865-1866.
Editors
Allen, H.C. (in 1878)
Mackenzie, G.H. (1867.11.23)
Stanley, C.H. (1866.09.08 to 1867.11.16)
Chess Columns
1865.08.05-1866.09.01: [P#1 to P#57] Unknown
1866.09.08-1867.11.16: [P#1 to P#61] Stanley
1867.11.23-1867.12.28: [P#62 to P#67] Mackenzie
1870.01.07-1871.12.29: [P#171 to P#274] Mackenzie
1878.01.04-1878.12.27: [P#587 to P#638] Mackenzie/Allen
1883.01.05-1884.10.31: [P#874 to P#947] Allen
Missing Chess Columns
1865.08.12-1865.08.19: [P#2 to P#3]
1867.02.23;1867.07.13: (maybe?)
1872.01.02-1877.12.28: [P#275 to P#586]
1879.01.03-1882.12.29: [P#639 to P#873]
Source
Pope (photocopies made from original bound copies via interlibrary loan from CRL)
Joost van Winsen, 1865.08.05-1867.12.28; 1883.01.05-1884.10.31 (photocopies)

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