Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: November 22, 1861., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Lamb or search for Lamb in all documents.

Your search returned 2 results in 1 document section:

The Daily Dispatch: November 22, 1861., [Electronic resource], Paulsen's blindfold chess Play in England. (search)
Paulsen's opponents, viz: 1. Mr. MacKenzie, amateur; 2. Mr. Sabouroff, Russian Embassy; 3. Mr. Maude, London Chess Club; 4. Mr. Howard, St. James's Club; 5. Mr. Barnes, St. George's Club; 6. Mr. Burden, amateur; 7. Mr. Campbell; 8. Mr. Robey; 9. Mr. Lamb, amateur; 10. Mr. Wormald, Hon. Secretary St. James's Club. At two o'clock in the afternoon Mr. Paulsen ascended a platform in the centre of the room and seated himself in a chair. For the instruction of those who are uninitiated in chess r. Mackenzie confessed himself beaten and resigned. About half past 12 Mr. Robbey offered to draw, which Mr. Paulsen agreed to, although he had the best of the game, and about five minutes after the game with Mr. Barnes was also drawn. Shortly after 1 o'clock Mr. Lamb's game was drawn. The remaining games were drawn. During the contest, which lasted nearly twelve hours, Mr. Paulsen was out of his chair for about two minutes, and the only refreshment he partook of was a glass of water.