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The bowler may make the batsman at the end from which he is bowling stand on any side of the wicket which he may direct

by Charles Crombie

The bowler may make the batsman at the end from which he is bowling stand on any side of the wicket which he may direct - Charles Crombie
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The bowler may make the batsman at the end from which he is bowling stand on any side of the wicket which he may direct - Charles Crombie

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English: "The bowler may make the batsman at the end from which he is bowling stand on any side of the wicket which he may direct" oil on Canvas.
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Charles Crombie

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