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" They shall allow two minutes for each Striker to come in, and ten minutes between each innings. When the Umpire shall call " Play," the party refusing to play shall lose the match. "
London Society - Page 140
1864
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Felix on the Bat: Being a Scientific Inquiry Into the Use of the Cricket Bat ...

Cricket - 1845 - 40 pages
...pitch fair wickets, and the parties shall toss up for the choice of innings. XXXVIII. They shall allow two minutes for each striker to come in, and ten minutes between each innings. When the umpires shall call " Play," the party refusing to play shall lose the match. XXXIX. They are not to...
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Felix on the bat; a scientific inquiry into the use of the cricket bat [by N ...

Nicholas Wanostrocht - 1855
...innings. The umpires shall change wickets after each party has had one innings. XXXVIII. They shall allow two minutes for each striker to come in, and ten minutes between each innings. When the umpires shall call " Play," the >party refusing to play shall lose the match. * XXXIX. They arc not...
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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
...innings. The Umpires shall change wickets after each party has had one innings. XXXVIII. They shall allow two minutes for each Striker to come in, and ten minutes between each innings. When the Umpire shall call " Play," the party refusing Jo play shall loose the match. XXXIX. They are not to...
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Athletic sports and recreations for boys

John George Wood - 1861
...innings. The umpires shall change wickets after each party has had one innings. 38. They shall allow two minutes for each striker to come in, and ten minutes between each innings. When the umpire shall call "play," the party refusing to play shall lose the match. 39. They are not to order...
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Feltham's guide to archery and other out-door games

Joseph Feltham (and co.) - 1862
...innings. The Umpires shall change wickets after each party has had one innings. XXXVIII. They shall allow two minutes for each Striker to come in, and ten minutes between each innings. When the Umpires shall call " Play," the party refusing to flay shall lose the match. XXXIX. They are not to...
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The boy's handy book of sports, pastimes, games and amusements

1863 - 374 pages
...innings. The umpires shall change wickets after each party has had one innings. 38. They shall allow two minutes for each striker to come in, and ten minutes between each innings. When the umpires shall call "play," the party refusing to play shall lose the match. 39. They are not to order...
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The Handbook of Cricket

1864
...innings. The umpires shall change wickets after cacli party lias had one innings. 3S. — They shall allow two minutes for each striker to come in, and ten minutes between each innings. When the umpire shall call "play," the party refusing to play shall lose the match. 39. — They are not to...
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Cricketana, by the author of 'The cricket-field'.

1865 - 238 pages
...that he or his partner is not fairly out, he may appeal to the umpires.' ' XXXVIII. They shall allow two minutes for each striker to come in, and ten minutes between each innings. When the umpire shall call "Play," the party refusing to play shall lose the match. ' XXXIX. They are not to...
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Cricket, by captain Crawley

George Frederick Pardon - 1866
...innings. The umpires shall change wickets after each party has had one innings. 38. They shall allow two minutes for each striker to come in, and ten minutes between each innings. When the umpire shall call 'Play,' the party refusing to play shall lose the match. [This of course refers to...
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The book of American pastimes: containing a history of the principal base ...

Charles A. Peverelly - Sports & Recreation - 1866 - 556 pages
...of innings. The umpires snail change wickets after each party has had one innings. They shall allow two minutes for each striker to come in, and ten minutes between each innings. When the umpires shall call " Play," the party refusing to play shall lose the match. They are not to order...
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