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THREE CÆSARS . First INNINGS . Runs . SECOND INNINGS , Runs . W. Cæsar , 6 A. Walker 6 CA. Walker , b J. Walker Julius Cæsar , 6 A. Walker CA. Walker , 6 J. Walker 18 Frederick Cæsar , 6 A. Walker I 6 A. Walker . . . I . . . ao loco .

Author: W. A. Bettesworth

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ISBN: UIUC:30112088957078

Category: Cricket

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Cæsar , Lockyer , Caffyn , Lillywbite , and Stephenson ( drunk with immense applause . ) Mr. Julius Cæsar , after thanking the company for the compliment , said the twelve certainly had a very rough passage to America , but they did not ...

Author: Frederick Lillywhite

Publisher: London : F. Lillywhite

ISBN: NYPL:33433082422209

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A Conversation overheard by an English Cricketer in Australia between Tuo Negroes or Coloured Men . ... Cæsar . Cos I bin roun ' him twice ( yuck , yuck ) . Josh . Wat tink ' bout dis here cricket wot de Britishers rampage bout so .

Author: Nicholas Wanostrocht

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ISBN: UIUC:30112004194632

Category: Cricket

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Mike Brearley was one of England's greatest captains, thrice winning the Ashes, including the memorable series of 1981.

Author: Mark Peel

Publisher: eBook Partnership

ISBN: 9781785317033

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Mike Brearley was one of England's greatest captains, thrice winning the Ashes, including the memorable series of 1981. He also led Middlesex to four county championships and two Gillette Cup wins. In this first-ever biography of Brearley, Mark Peel assesses the many facets of his complex personality to explain his phenomenal success as a leader.
2020-05-11 By Mark Peel

17 G. Griffith , c Parr , b Tinley 31 R. Carpenter , 1 b w , b Willsher 0 W. Caffyn , c Cæsar , b Hayward 0 J. Grundy , c Cæsar , b Tinley 72 T. Lockyer , c Cæsar , b Hayward 11 J. Wisden , c Daft , b Tinley 0 F. Bell , c Tinley ...

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An Anthology of Outstanding Cricket Writing Brian Levison, Christopher Martin-Jenkins ... Julius Caesar (1830–78) played firstclass cricket between 1849 and 1867. V. E. Walker was one of seven cricketplaying brothers of the same era.

Author: Brian Levison

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781780339061

Category: Sports & Recreation

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This selection of the very best, and most intriguing, writing on cricket, drawn from the mid-eighteenth century to the present day, adopts a fresh approach. It is arranged around the theme of the many things that must happen simply for a day's play to happen - from creating a clearing in a Malaysian jungle to getting to the ground - so includes, alongside writing by players both great and unknown, the perspectives of spectators, umpires, scorers and other unsung heroes of the game. There are contributions from John Arlott, Neville Cardus, C. L. R. James and E. V. Lucas; Marcus Trescothick writes on his introduction to cricket aged three; Angus Fraser on meeting Nelson Mandela; Phil Tufnell on being shanghaied into getting a haircut by Mike Gatting; and Rachael Heyhoe Flint on being the first woman to step onto the Lord's ground as a player. But it is the cricket itself and the outstanding players and their achievements that remain the focus - the greats of the recent and distant past involved in some of their most famous exploits. From 'disgraceful scenes at Lord's', described by Irish writer Robert Lynd, to North America, which W. G. Grace toured in 1872, and from a match played on ice to the tropical islands of Fiji and Samoa, this is a collection that does full justice to the extraordinary breadth, diversity and enduring fascination of the greatest game in the world.
2012-09-20 By Brian Levison

LETTER FROM CANADA UPON THE ENGLISH CRICKETERS . Apology for Julius Cæsar . · Montreal , Jan. 10 . “ MY DEAR SIR , —I have this day read in your SPIRIT of last week an account of the dinner given to the English Cricketers at a ...

Author: Horton Rhys

Publisher: London : Published for the author by C. Dudley

ISBN: UCAL:$B137984

Category: Actors

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1861 By Horton Rhys

17 b Stephenson 19 J. Wisden , c J. Cæsar , b Caffyn 9 st Lockyer , b Caffyn .. 32 E. Stephenson , c Mortlock , b Caffyn 0 c Lockyer , b Miller 22 V. E. Walker , Esq . , not out 20 st Lockyer , b Martingell .. 108 J. Jackson , c Lockyer ...

Author: Frederick Lillywhite

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ISBN: OXFORD:600049760

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1st Inn. 0 - 0 — 5 — G. Tarrant, c Carline, b Wills W. Caffyn, c White, b Wills J. Caesar, c Murray, b Wills Marshall (sub. Hayward), c Jeffrey, b Wills # 4 2nd Inn. 3 At :MARYl30Ro', January 19, 20, and 21, 1864. TWENTY-TWO OF.

Author: Bloomsbury Publishing

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781472980533

Category: Sports & Recreation

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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack was first published in 1864, and a new edition has been published every year since then. While limited-edition reprints of every edition of Wisden from 1864 to 1946 have been published over the past few decades, collecting these limited-edition reprints is not cheap as each one has normally been priced between £50 and £100. Now, for the first time, John Wisden & Co is offering a digital version of the 1865 edition, to allow cricket lovers more affordable access to this historic book which forms such a significant part of the game's great heritage.
2020-04-23 By Bloomsbury Publishing

Nov 12, 4 Cadwalader, Dr. C. E. (Philadelphia), died June 12, 1907 Caesar, F. (Surrey), b Oct 11, 1827 Caesar, Julius (Surrey), b Mar 25, 1830, d Mar 6, 1878 Cæsar, R. (Umpire), d April, 1879, aged Caffyn, ...

Author: Bloomsbury Publishing

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781472983817

Category: Sports & Recreation

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Wisden Cricketers' Almanack was first published in 1864, and a new edition has been published every year since then. While limited-edition reprints of every edition of Wisden from 1864 to 1946 have been published over the past few decades, collecting these limited-edition reprints is not cheap as each one has normally been priced between £50 and £100. Now, for the first time, John Wisden & Co is offering a digital version of the 1866 edition, to allow cricket lovers more affordable access to this historic book which forms such a significant part of the game's great heritage.
2020-10-01 By Bloomsbury Publishing