Hoyle's Games. Illustrated Edition. Embracing All the Most Modern Modes of Play, and the Rules Practised at the Present Time, in Billiards, Whist, Draughts, Cribbage, Backgammon, and All Other Fashionable Games; together with Sixteen Games Adapted to the New Yankee-Notion Cards. Also the Whole of Frere's Chess Hand-Book. Containing, besides Elementary Instruction and the Laws of Chess, About Fifty Select Games by the First Players Endings of Games, and the Defeat of the Muzio Gambit. Also, Thirty-Six of the Choicest Chess Problems, and a Description of, and Rules for, Four-Handed Chess.
New York: T. W. Strong (1857). Later printing. 324 pages. 4 x 6 inches. Publisher's dark green blind stamped pebbled cloth with gilt spine decorations. Minor wear to extremities. Previous owner name on front endpaper and a few pencilled notations on rear flyleaf. Otherwise clean. Boards slightly splayed. A read, but still sound copy. Good. Cloth. 
An early edition of Hoyle's Games. OCLC shows at least 5 publishers with editions in this year. This publisher also published a 1867 edition, also in New York.