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" How truthful Is his report of the place. For instance: Between the well and the Round Pond are the cricket-pitches, and frequently the choosing of sides exhausts so much time that there Is scarcely any cricket Everybody wants to bat first, and as soon... "
Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens
by Arthur Rackham, James M. Barrie - 1999 - 273 pages
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Scribner's Magazine, Volume 32

Edward Livermore Burlingame - Literature, Modern - 1902
...frequently the choosing of sides exhausts so much rime that there is scarcely any cricket. Even-- body wants to bat first, and as soon as he is out he bowls...boy cricket, which is real cricket with a bat, and girt cricket, which is with a racquet and the governess. Girls can't really play cricket, and when...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 255

1907
...his report of the place. For Instance: Between the well and the Round Pond are the cricket-pitches, and frequently the choosing of sides exhausts so much...fielders have scattered to play at something else. That appeals to all who have tried to arrange games for children. Either they all want to do the same...
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Scribner's Magazine, Volume 32

Edward Livermore Burlingame - Literature, Modern - 1902
...mother put her arm round his neck any more. Between the well and the Round Pond are the cricket-pitches, and frequently the choosing of sides exhausts so much time that there is scarcely any cricket. Even-- body wants to bat first, and as soon as he is out he bowls unless you are the better wrestler,...
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The Church Quarterly Review, Volume 64

Theology - 1907
...his report of the place. For instance : ' Between the well and the Round Pond are the cricketpitches, and frequently the choosing of sides exhausts so much...fielders have scattered to play at something else.' That appeals to all who have tried to arrange games for children. Either they all want to do the same...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 255

1907
...his report of the place. For Instance: Between the well and the Round Pond are the cricket-pitches, and frequently the choosing of sides exhausts so much...fielders have scattered to play at something else. That appeals to all who have tried to arrange games for children. Either they all want to do the same...
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