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(1915) Boxing- R.G. Allinson-Winn

(1915) Boxing- R.G. Allinson-Winn

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FACSIMILE REPRODUCTION NOTES:This document is an attempt at a faithful transcription of the originaldocument. Special effort has been made to ensure that original spelling(this includes what may be typographical errors), line-breaks, andvocabulary are left intact, and when possible, similar fonts have beenused. However, it contains original formatting and image scans. Allrights are reserved except those specifically granted herein.LICENSE:You may distribute this document in whole, provided that you distributethe entire document including this disclaimer, attributions, transcriber forewords, etc., and also provided that you charge no money for thework excepting a nominal fee to cover the costs of the media on or inwhich it is distributed. You may not distribute this document in any for- pay or price-metered medium without permission.DEDICATION:Special dedication to my lovely wife Mylinda, to my enthusiastic sonChristopher, and my to beautiful daughter Allison.I am far richer for having you in my life and I would not trade it for anything.-Kirk Lawson
 
 BOOKS FOR GYMNASTS
IN
THE ALL-ENGLAND SERIES.
—————————
GYMNASTICS
. By A. F. J
ENKIN
, Inns of Court Schoolof Arms, Winnex of the German Gymnastic Society’s Challengecup,
1887-8-9
. Illustrated. Double volume 2
 s
.“A capital handbook.”— 
Saturday Review.
400 GYMNASTIC COMPETITITION AND DIS-PLAY EXERCISES.
Set at various Open Competitionsand Displays during the last Twelve Years, and Voluntary Exer-cises shown by Winners of Open and Championship GymnasticCompetitions. Edited by F. G
RAF
, Orion Gymnastic Club.Illustrated.
1
 s
. The book also contains an Illustrated Glossaryof the Principal Gymnastic Terms; the Exercises for the Secondand Third Class Badge of the A.G. & F.A. (illustrated);
42
Exer-
cises for Developing Muscles; and an article on Training for Compe-
titions, by A. B
ARNARD
, Captain of the Orion Gymnastic Club.
INDIAN CLUBS.
By G. T. B. C
ORBETT
and A. F.J
ENKIN
. Illustrated
1
 s
.
“By far the most valuable and important work that has ever been issued on thesubject. We think there is little doubt but that it will be regarded as the text-book on this important branch of gymnastics. . . . The illustrations are all that can bedesired.” — 
Gymnast 
.
DUMB-BELLS.
By F. G
RAF
, Orion Gymnastic Club.Illustrated.
1
 s
.
BOXING.
By R. G. A
LLANSON
-W
INN
, Inns of CourtSchool of Arms, Winner of the Middle Weights, Cambridge,
1876-7
; Heavy Weights,
1877-8
. Illustrated
1
 s
.
“Mr. Winn’s book is worthy of great praise, for it is at once one of the cheapestand best on the subject.
”—Field.
BROAD-SWORD AND SINGLE-STICK.
With
Chapters on Quarter-Staff, Bayonet, Cudgel, Shillalah, Walking-
stick and Umbrella. By R. G. A
LLANSON
-W
INN
and C.P
HILLIPPS
-W
OLLEY
. Illustrated
“There is the same practical comprehensiveness about the last volume of thisseries as has characterized its predecessors. The book is illustrated and capitally printed.”— 
Sportsman
.
FENCING.
By H. A. C
OLMORE
D
UNN
, Inns of CourtSchool of Arms Illustrated.
1
 s
.
“A capital handbook on fencing.”— 
St. Jame’s Gazette.
WRESTLING.
By W
ALTER 
A
RMSTRONG
(“C
ROSS
-
BUTTOCKER 
”), late Hon. Sec. Cumberland and WestmorelandWrestling Society in London. Illustrated. New Edition, revised.
“‘Wrestling’ needs no praise at our hands. It is sufficient to say that the hand- book is the work of Mr. Walter Armstrong.”
 —Field.
 ———————————— LONDON: G. BELL & SONS, LTD.
 
THE ALL-ENGLAND SERIES 
 —————————————————— 
 Numerous Illustrations.
BOXING
 Price
 
1
 s
.
BY
R. G. ALLANSON-WINN
INNS
 
OF
 
COURT
 
SCHOOL
 
OF
 
ARMS
,
WINNER 
 
OF
 
THE
 
MIDDLE
 
WEIGHTS
,
CAMBRIDGE
,
1876-7
;
HEAVY
 
WEIGHTS
,
1877-8
.
“Mr. Winn’s book is worthy of great praise, for it is at once one of 
the cheapest and best on the subject.”
 —Field.
“His (Mr. Allanson-Winn’s) book gives ample testimony of his
ability to write on boxing. If only for the illustrations that enable thenovice to see what he should do with the gloves and what he should
not do with them, the brochure is well worth the modest price charged
for it.”
 — 
P
ENDRAGON
in the
 Referee.
“The art of self-defense is here treated from a thoroughly practical
 point of view. Clear as the text is, its value is no little enhanced bythe numerous and admirably executed illustrations.”
 —St. James’sGazette.
 ——————————————————————————  NEW EDITION, REVISED.
 Illustrated.
WRESTLING.
 Price
 
1
 s
.
BY
WALTER ARMSTRONG (“CROSS-BUTTOCKER”),
LATE
 
HON
.
SEC
.
CUMBERLAND
 
AND
 
WESTMORELAND
 
WRESTLING
 
SOCIETY
 
INLONDON
,
AUTHOR 
 
OF
WRESTLIANA
,”
ETC
.
ETC
.
“‘Wrestling’ needs no praise at our hands. It is sufficient to saythat the handbook is the work of Mr. Walter Armstrong.”
 —Field.
“No one is better qualified to deal with such a subject than the‘Cross-buttocker,’ who for the last thirty years has been known as aclever light-weight wrestler, and whose remarks are, therefore, not
more theories, but founded on the results of long experience.”
 —Sporting 
 Life.
“The handy little volume will be largely acceptable in these
northern parts, where wrestling is a distinctive pastime.”
 —West Cum-
berland Times.
 ————————— LONDON: G. BELL AND SONS, LTD.

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