old sledge

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Noun1.old sledge - a form of all fours in which a total of seven points is game
all fours, high-low-jack - card games in which points are won for taking the high or low or jack or game
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Black feet in the Horse Prairie Search after the hunters Difficulties and dangers A card party in the wilderness The card party interrupted "Old Sledge" a losing game Visitors to the camp Iroquois hunters Hanging-eared Indians.
At one of his encampments the guard stationed to keep watch round the camp grew weary of their duty, and feeling a little too secure, and too much at home on these prairies, retired to a small grove of willows to amuse themselves with a social game of cards called "old sledge," which is as popular among these trampers of the prairies as whist or ecarte among the polite circles of the cities.
Rob Heron & the Tea Pad Orchestra have shared stages with the likes of The Water Tower Bucket Boys, The Sweetback Sisters, Martin Harley Band and Old Sledge.