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Cricket » Cricket Books » Cricket History » A CORRECT ACCOUNT OF ALL THE CRICKET MATCHES WHICH HAVE BEEN PLAYED BY THE MARY-LE-BONE CRICKET CLUB, AND ALL OTHER PRINCIPLE MATCHES, FROM THE YEAR 1786 TO 1822 INCLUSIVE ...

A CORRECT ACCOUNT OF ALL THE CRICKET MATCHES WHICH HAVE BEEN PLAYED BY THE MARY-LE-BONE CRICKET CLUB, AND ALL OTHER PRINCIPLE MATCHES, FROM THE YEAR 1786 TO 1822 INCLUSIVE ...

A CORRECT ACCOUNT OF ALL THE CRICKET MATCHES WHICH HAVE BEEN PLAYED BY THE MARY-LE-BONE CRICKET CLUB, AND ALL OTHER PRINCIPLE MATCHES, FROM THE YEAR 1786 TO 1822 INCLUSIVE ...

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Facsimile edition of the first book of scores to follow Britcher. Bentley was a leading player of the day and often appeared in matches a Lord's. He lived close by and when not engaged in cricket could often be heard practising on his flute. Many of the scores contained herein do not appear elsewhere. Includes facsimiles of the rare supplements issued in 1823 and 1826.

First Edition thus with a new preface by David Rayvern Allen. 8vo. Burgundy boards with titles on paper label to spine. Pages rough cut. As new. No. 70 in a limited edition of 400 copies. [Padwick, 1221] 

Date
1997
Publisher
Roger Heavens
Author
Henry BENTLEY

£50.00 (Code: 36697)

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