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" ... 12. If the bowler shall toss the ball over the striker's head, or bowl it so wide that in the opinion of the umpire it shall not be fairly within the reach of the batsman, he shall adjudge one run to the party receiving the innings, either with or... "
The book of American pastimes: containing a history of the principal base ... - Page 524
by Charles A. Peverelly - 1866 - 556 pages
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Sporting Magazine: Or, Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of ..., Volume 22

Sports - 1828
...11. He may order the striker at his wicket to stand on which side of it he pleases. 18. If the bowler toss the ball over the striker's head, or bowl it so wide that it shall be out of distance to be played at, die umpire (either with or without an appeal from the...
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Pierce Egan's Book of sports, and mirror of life

Pierce Egan - 1832
...wicket to stand on which side of it he pleases. 300 PIERCE EGAN'S BOOK OF SPORTS. 12. If the bowler toss the ball over the striker's head, or bowl it so wide that it shall be out of distance to be played at, the umpire (either with or without an appeal from the...
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Hoyle's Games, improved and enlarged by G. H--.

Edmond Hoyle - 1835
...11. He may order the striker at his wicket to stand on which side of it he pleases. 12. If the bowler toss the ball over the striker's head, or bowl it so wide that it shall be out of dis tance to be played at, the umpire (even although he attempt to hit it) shall...
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Games and Sports: Being an Appendix to Manly Exercises and Exercises for ...

Donald Walker - Games - 1837 - 388 pages
...wicket from which he is bowling to stand on that side of it which he may direct. 12. If the bowler toss the ball over the striker's head, or bowl it so wide that it shall be out of distance to be played at, the umpire (even although he attempt to hit it) shall...
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Burtons' Gentleman's Magazine and American Monthly Review, Volume 5

1839
.... He may order the striker at his wicket to stund on which side of it he pleases. 12. If the bowler toss the ball over the striker's head, or bowl it so wide that it shall be out of distance to be playeli at, the umpire (even »Hhough he attempt to hit it) shall...
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The Sportsman's magazine of life in London and the country, ed., by Miles's Boy

Miles's Boy (pseud)
...Ponsonby, and seconded by R, Kynaston, Esq that the following law be substituted for the 12th.: — ' If the bowler shall toss the ball over the striker's...opinion of the umpire it shall not be fairly within th reach of the batsman, he shall adjudge one run to the parties receivin the innings, either with...
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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
...wicket from which he is bowling to stand on that side of it which he may direct. XII. If the bowler toss the ball over the striker's head, or bowl it so wide that it shall be out of distance to be played at, the umpire (even although he attempt to hit it) shall...
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The boy's holyday book. [Another]

Boy - 1845
...wicket from which he is bowling, to stand on that side of it which he may direct. 12. If the bowler toss the ball over the striker's head, or bowl it so wide that it shall be out of distance to be played at, the umpire (even although he attempt to hit it) shall...
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Hoyle's games, improved and enlarged by new and practical treatises: with ...

Edmond Hoyle - Games - 1847 - 492 pages
...11. He may order the striker at his wicket to stand on which side of it he pleases. 12. If the bowler toss the ball over the striker's head, or bowl it so wide that it shall be out of distance to be played at, the umpire (even although he attempt to hit it) shall...
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Felix on the bat; a scientific inquiry into the use of the cricket bat [by N ...

Nicholas Wanostrocht - 1855
...striker at the wicket from which he is bowling to stand on that side of it which he may direct. XII. If the bowler shall toss the ball over the striker's...reach of the batsman, he shall adjudge one run to the party receiving the innings, either with or without an appeal, which shall be put down to the score...
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