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" The bowler shall deliver the ball with one foot on the ground behind the bowling crease, and within the return crease ; and shall bowl four balls before he change wickets, which he shall be permitted to do only once in the same innings. "
London Society - Page 140
by James Hogg, Florence Marryat - 1864
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Sporting Magazine: Or, Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of ..., Volume 22

Sports - 1828
...not to order a player out, unless appealed to by the adversaries. 41. But if the bowler's foot be not behind the bowling crease, and within the return crease, when he shall deliver the ball they must, unasked, call "No Bail." 42. If the striker run a short notch the umpire must call " Лго...
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Games and sports: being an appendix to Manly exercises and Exercises for ...

Donald Walker - Games - 1837 - 369 pages
...order a striker out, unless appealed to by the adversaries. 41. But if one of the bowler's feet be not on the ground behind the bowling crease, and within...umpire at his wicket, unasked, must call " No Ball." 42. If either of the strikers run a short run, the umpire must call " One Short." 43. No umpire shall...
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Games and Sports: Being an Appendix to Manly Exercises and Exercises for ...

Donald Walker - Games - 1837 - 388 pages
...may be changed with the consent of both parties. 9. The BOWLER shall deliver the ball with one foot on the ground behind the bowling crease, and within the return crease ; and shall bowl four balls before he change wickets; which he shall be permitted to do once only in...
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The boy's holyday book. [Another]

Boy - 1845
...the adversaries. 41. But if iine of the bowler's feet be not on the ground behind the bowling-crease, and within the return crease, when he shall deliver the ball, the umpire at bis wicket, unasked, must call ' No Ball.' 42. If either of the strikers run a short run, the umpire...
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Felix on the Bat: Being a Scientific Inquiry Into the Use of the Cricket Bat ...

Nicholas Wanostrocht - Cricket - 1845 - 40 pages
...may be changed with the consent of both parties. IX. The BOWLER shall deliver the ball with one foot on the ground behind the bowling crease, and within the return crease, and shall bowl four balls before he change wickets, which he shall be permitted to do once only in...
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Felix on the bat; a scientific inquiry into the use of the cricket bat [by N ...

Nicholas Wanostrocht - 1855
...may be changed with the consent of both parties. IX. The BOWLER shall deliver the ball with one foot on the ground behind the bowling crease, and within the return crease, and shall bowl four balls before he change wickets, which he shall be permitted to do only once in...
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Manual of British rural sports, by Stonehenge

John Henry Walsh - History - 1856
...changed with the consent of both partie*. ;• — Тик BOWLKK shall deliver the ball with one foot on the ground behind the bowling crease, and within the return crease, and «hall bowl four ball» before he change wickets, which he sbal 1 be permitted to do only once...
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The Laws of Cricket as Revised by the Marylebone Cricket Club and Adopted by ...

Worcester (Mass.). Cricket Club - 1857 - 20 pages
...may be changed with the consent of both parties. IX. The BOWLEK shall deliver the ball with one foot on the ground behind the bowling crease, and within the return crease, and shall bowl four balls before he changeWickets, which he shall be permitted .to do only once in...
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The New American cyclopaedia: a popular dictionary of general ..., Volume 6

George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1859
...not to order a striker out unless appealed to by the adversaries. 40. If one of the bowler's feet Is not on the ground behind the bowling crease, and within the return crease, the ball so delivered must be declared by the umpire " no bull." 41. If either of the strikers rim...
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The Corner Cupboard of Facts for Everybody: Embracing Facts About-I. Things ...

Robert Kemp Philp - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1859 - 368 pages
...may be change 1, with the consent of b^th parties. 9. The bowler shall deliver the ball with one foot on the ground behind the bowling crease, and within the return crease; and shall bowl four balls before he (.-hange wickets; which he shall he permitted to do onlv onco in...
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