Solutions for Chess Problems
In this edition, solutions have been converted from descriptive notattion to algebraic, using the letter `S` to indicate knights. The distinction between plain, double and discovered mates present in the original has not been retained, except as far as lines that were considered separate because of this distinction have also been kept separate in this edition. One example of this is the first and third line in the solution to problem 24. Variations onmitted from the original solutions, indicated by `&c.`, have been added, in brackets. An extra section, containing publishing information (with occasional corrections of problem source), and notes about the problems taken from Mrs. Baird´snotebooks has been added after the solutions. The dates given in the original proved to be date of the award given. The present edition tries to make this clearer by printing them together with the award, rather than with the source, as in the original.