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" No substitute shall in any case be allowed to stand out or run between wickets for another person, without the consent of the opposite party; and in case any person shall be allowed to run for another, the Striker shall be out if either he or his substitute... "
The book of American pastimes: containing a history of the principal base ... - Page 526
by Charles A. Peverelly - 1866 - 556 pages
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Felix on the bat; a scientific inquiry into the use of the cricket bat [by N ...

Nicholas Wanostrocht - 1855
...his wicket and return to it after another has been in, without the consent of the opposite party. 31. No substitute shall in any case be allowed to stand...allowed to run for another, the striker shall be out iff either he or his substitute be off the ground in manner mentioned in Laws 17 and 21, while the...
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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
...to complete his innings after another has been in, without the consent of the opposite party. XXXI. No substitute shall in any case be allowed to stand...his substitute be off the ground in manner mentioned in laws 17 and 21, while the ball is in play. XXXII. In all cases where a substitute shall be allowed,...
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Athletic sports and recreations for boys

John George Wood - 1861
...it to complete his innings after another has been in, without the consent of the opposite party. 31. No substitute shall in any case be allowed to stand...his substitute be off the ground in manner mentioned in laws 17 and 21, while the ball is in play. 33. If any fieldsman stop the ball with his hat, the...
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Feltham's guide to archery and other out-door games

Joseph Feltham (and co.) - 1862
...to complete his innings after another has been in, without the consent of the opposite party. XXXI. No substitute shall in any case be allowed to stand...his substitute be off the ground in manner mentioned in Laws 17 and 21, while the ball is in play. XXXII. In all cases where a substitute shall be allowed,...
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The Handbook of Cricket

1864
...to the 21st law) his bat in hand, or some part of his person, be within the popping-creasc. 81. — No substitute shall in any case be allowed to stand...his substitute be off the ground in manner mentioned in laws 17 and 21, while the ball is in play. 32. — In all cases where a substitute shall be allowed,...
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London Society, Volume 4; Volume 6

English literature - 1864
...design must be determined .by the Umpires. — NB The umpires may order that notch to bo Scored.' 'XXXI. No substitute shall in any case be allowed to stand...wickets for another person without the consent of tho opposite party; and in case any person shall be allowed to run for another, the striker shall be...
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Cricketana, by the author of 'The cricket-field'.

1865 - 238 pages
...design must be determined by the Umpires. — NB The umpires may order that notch to be Scored.' ' XXXI. No substitute shall in any case be allowed to stand out or xun between wickets for another person without the consent of the opposite party ; and in case any...
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Cricket, by captain Crawley

George Frederick Pardon - 1866
...it to complete his innings after another has been in, without the consent of the opposite party. 31. No substitute shall in any case be allowed to stand...his substitute be off the ground in manner mentioned in laws 17 and 21 while the ball is in play. [In cases of hurt or lameness a substitute is generally...
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Guide to the Cricket Ground

George Hornsby Selkirk - Cricket - 1867 - 131 pages
...temporary disablement by injury, etc., it is courteous and usual to grant this consent. XXXI.—No substitute shall in any case be allowed to stand out...his substitute be off the ground in manner mentioned in Laws 17 and 21 while the ball is in play. The remark appended to the last rule applies equally to...
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The theory and practice of cricket, from its origin to the present time

Charles Box - 1868
...the injured and retiring party, however, ought not to come in again until a wicket has fallen. 31. No substitute shall in any case be allowed to stand...his substitute be off the ground in manner mentioned in Laws 17 and 21, while the ball is play. A " sub." very often appears upon the scene, but his chief...
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