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Henry Jones (1831–1899)

Jones, Henry [“Cavendish”]. An English writer on whist; born in London, Nov. 2, 1831; died in London, Feb. 10, 1899. While a member of the “Cavendish” Club, he began to make notes upon difficult points in whist and to record interesting hands. He produced in 1862 a manual entitled ‘Principles of Whist Stated and Explained by Cavendish,’ regarded as the standard authority on whist. He edited several manuals on games and was the author of guides to croquet, euchre, tennis, etc.