By Franklin Knowles Young
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Particularly should the student cultivate confidence in and rigidly adhere to the standard of skill, as interpreted by that immutable System of Chess-play, of which Morphy is the unapproachable and all-sufficient ex- ponent. Observing the lack of method displayed by the incompetent Chess-commander, the student of this system will remark with astonishment, the want of plan and j GENERALSHIP 13 the entire absence of co-operation between the various Chessic corps d'armee, which under such leadership are incapable of a general effort.
Then for the fourth time he blundered. Having made his decision to fight he should not have surrendered GRAND RECONNAISSANCE 39 to the British on the anniversary of Majuba Hill. " delusion and the certain destruction of the Plato. " Chinese Saying. " "A man in the vigor of life and capable of sustaining the heaviest fatigues, but untrained in warfare, is fitted not to bear arms, but to bear baggage" Timoleon. " Washington. "It is the duty of the commander-in-chief frequently most prudent and experienced of his and to consult with them as to the state of his to assemble the generals own and of the enemies' troops.
Thus it is that while every Chesspiece represents a perfectly appointed and equally powerful body of troops, these corps d'armee in Chessplay as in scientific warfare are not duplicates, except to others of their own class. Each of these corps d'armee is made up of Infantry, Cavalry and Artillery in correct proportion to the service they are to perform and such proportions are determined not by simple arithmetic, but by those deployments, developments, evolutions, and manoeuvres, which such corps d'armee is constructed promptly and efficiently to execute.
Chess Generalship by Franklin Knowles Young