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CRADLE DAYS OF AUSTRALIAN CRICKET

CRADLE DAYS OF AUSTRALIAN CRICKET

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A collection of the writings of Thomas Patrick Horan, Australian Test captain and that country's first noted writer on the game. Under the pen-name of "Felix" he wrote about his contemporaries WG Grace and William Murdoch for The Australian from 1879 to the year of his death in 1916.

8vo. 182pp. 24 pages of photographs. Small label removed from fly-leaf. Dust-wrapper, very good.

Date
1989
Publisher
South Melbourne: Macmillan
Author
Brian Mathew CROWLEY & Pat MULLINS (Eds)

£15.00 (Code: 83748)

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