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А Treatise on Skating;

Founded on certain Principles deduced from many Years Experience:

By which

That noble Exercife is now reduced to an Art, and may be taught and learned by a regular Method, with both Eafe and Safety.

The Whole, illustrated with Copper-plates, repreſenting the Attitudes and Graces.

By a GENTLEMAN.

— They fweep,
On fanding Skates, a thoufand different Ways,
In circling Poize, ſwift as the Winds.

Thomson.

London

Printed for the Author:

And fold by C. Fourdrinier, Charing Crofs; and all other Bookfellers and News Carriers.

CONTENTS.

  • SECTION I.
    • Of the different methods of fixing on fkates,
    • Of the construćtion of fkates,
    • Of the first pofition,
    • Of the infide edge,
    • Of travelling on the infide edge,
    • Of the outfide edge,
    • Of travelling on the outfide edge,
    • Of the curvéd line on the outfide edge, called rolling,
    • Of running,
  • SECTION II.
    • Of the fpiral line,
    • Of the infide circle,
    • Of the outfide circle,
    • Of the flying Mercury,
    • Of the fencing poſition,
    • Of the falutation,
    • Of the ferpentine line,
    • Of travelling backwards,
    • To cut the figure of a heart on one leg,

Skates may be had, after the Author's Plan, at RICCARD's Manufactory, at the Corner of Orange Court, next the Mews Gate, Caftle Street.

 
Robert Jones, London, 1772
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Трактат о катании на коньках — A Treatise on Skating (Robert Jones, 1772)
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