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" Wicket-keeper shall not take the ball for the purpose of stumping until it have passed the wicket ; he shall not move until the ball be out of the Bowler's hand; he shall not by any noise incommode the Striker ; and if any part of his person be... "
Felix on the Bat: Being a Scientific Inquiry Into the Use of the Cricket Bat ... - Seite 38
von Nicholas Wanostrocht - 1845 - 40 Seiten
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Games and Sports: Being an Appendix to Manly Exercises and Exercises for ...

Donald Walker - 1837 - 388 Seiten
...opposite party shall add five runs to their score ; if any be run, they shall have five in all. 35: The ball having been hit, the striker may guard his...his bat, or with any part of his body, except his hand ; that the twentyfourth law may not be disobeyed. 36. The wicket keeper shall not take the ball,...
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The Boy's Treasury of Sports, Pastimes, and Recreations

1844 - 464 Seiten
...five to their score ; if any runs shall have been taken, they shall be five in all. When the ball has been hit, the striker may guard his wicket with his bat or any part of his body, except his hand. The wicket-keeper must not take the ball for the purpose of...
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The boy's holyday book. [Another]

1845
...opposite party shall add five runs to their score; if any be run, they shall have five in all. 35. The ball having been hit, the striker may guard his...his bat, or with any part of his body, except his bauds, that the twenty-fourth law may not be disobeyed. 36. The wicket keeper shall not take the ball...
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The Boy's Treasury of Sports, Pastimes, and Recreations: With Nearly Four ...

1850 - 464 Seiten
...five to their score ; if any runs shall have been taken, they shall be five in all. When the ball has been hit, the striker may guard his wicket with his bat or any part of his body, except his hand. The wicket-keeper must not take the ball for the purpose of...
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Manual of British rural sports, by Stonehenge

John Henry Walsh - 1856
...opposite party shall add nve nuis to their score ; if any be run they shall bave uve In alL 84. — The ball having been hit, the striker may guard his wicket with life bat or with any part of his body except his bands; that the 83rd law may not bu disobeyed. Si.—...
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The Laws of Cricket as Revised by the Marylebone Cricket Club and Adopted by ...

Worcester (Mass.). Cricket Club - 1857 - 20 Seiten
...be obtained as to the person to act as substitute, and the place in the field which he shall take. XXXIII. If any Fieldsman stop the ball with his hat,...hit, the Striker may guard his wicket with his bat or any part of his body except his hand ; that the 23rd law may not be disobeyed. XXXV. The Wicket Keeper...
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The Corner cupboard, by the ed. of 'Enquire within upon everything'.

Robert Kemp Philp - 1858
...score. If any runs have been obtained they shall be scored as five. 34. The ball having been struck, the striker may guard his wicket with his bat, or with any part of his body except his hands. 35. The wicket-keeper must remain still until the ball has left the bowler's hands, nor must he take...
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The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge, Band 6

George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana - 1859
...place substitute may have. 88. Opposite party count 5 if any fieldsman stop the ball with his hat 84. The ball having been hit, the striker may guard his wicket with his bat, or any part of his body, save his hands. 85. The wicket keeper shall not take the ball for the purpose...
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The new American cyclopædia, ed. by G. Ripley and C.A. Dana

American cyclopaedia - 1859
...place substitute may have. 88. Opposite party count 5 If any fieldsman stop the ball with his hat» 84. The ball having been hit, the striker may guard his wicket with his bat, or any part of his body, save fils hands. 85. The wicket keeper shall not take the ball for the purpose...
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The Corner Cupboard of Facts for Everybody: Embracing Facts About-I. Things ...

Robert Kemp Philp - 1859 - 368 Seiten
...opposite party shall add five runs to their score, if any be run, they shall bave five in all. 35. The ball having been hit, the striker may guard his wicket, with his hat, or with any piirt of his body except his hand; that the 24th law may not be infringed. 36. The...
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