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Peter denies knowledge of Christ; men play cards. Engraving by R. Delaunay after Marchais after D. Teniers.Teniers, David, 1610-1690Reference: 22993i
The compleat gamester: or, instructions how to play at all manner of usual and most gentile games, either on cards, dice, billiards, trucks, bowls, chess. Also the arts and misteries of riding, racing, archery, cock-fighting. To which is added, the game of basset, never before Printed in English. All Regulated by the most Experienc'd Masters.Cotton, Charles, 1630-1687.Date: 1709
Children playing in their nursery: performing at and attending the theatre. Chromolithograph after E. Lees after A. Havers, 1890.Havers, Alice, 1850-1890Date: 1890Reference: 16201i
Just like a bed of roses : Democs and discussion based learning in the classroom / New Economics Foundation.New Economics FoundationDate: 
A house in the country; children playing in the garden and on the pavement. Watercolour by J. Millburn, 1968.Millburn, Joan, active approximately 1968.Date: 20.5.68 [20 May 1968]Reference: 3006292iPart of: Adamson Collection