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Charles Crombie

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The Game from Laws of Cricket - Charles Crombie
The Game from Laws of Cricket - Charles Crombie

The Boundary - Charles Crombie
The Boundary - Charles Crombie

Rule XVII Any loose impediments may be removed from the putting green - Charles Crombie
Rule XVII Any loose impediments may be removed from the putting green - Charles Crombie

Rule VII A ball must be played wherever it lies - Charles Crombie
Rule VII A ball must be played wherever it lies - Charles Crombie

Warning of Approach Art IV He shall give audible and sufficient warning when overtaking foot passengers - Charles Crombie
Warning of Approach Art IV He shall give audible and sufficient warning when overtaking foot passengers - Charles Crombie

The Police Act Reckless Driving Sec 54 A police constable may stop and take into custody any person who drives furiously - Charles Crombie
The Police Act Reckless Driving Sec 54 A police constable may stop and take into custody any person who drives furiously - Charles Crombie

Section 6 Art IV The driver shall not quit the motor car without having taken all precautions against it being started in his absence - Charles Crombie
Section 6 Art IV The driver shall not quit the motor car without having taken all precautions against it being started in his absence - Charles Crombie

The Fieldsman - Charles Crombie
The Fieldsman - Charles Crombie

Wicket Keeper - Charles Crombie
Wicket Keeper - Charles Crombie

Caught - Charles Crombie
Caught - Charles Crombie

Rule XXXII A player may stand out of bounds to play a ball lying within bounds - Charles Crombie
Rule XXXII A player may stand out of bounds to play a ball lying within bounds - Charles Crombie

Identification of Cars Illegible Number Sec 2-4If the mark is in any way obscured the person driving the car shall be guilty of an offence under this Act - Charles Crombie
Identification of Cars Illegible Number Sec 2-4If the mark is in any way obscured the person driving the car shall be guilty of an offence under this Act - Charles Crombie

Rule VI A ball must not be pushed scraped nor spooned - Charles Crombie
Rule VI A ball must not be pushed scraped nor spooned - Charles Crombie

Request to Stop Art IV He shall on the request of any person in charge of a horse cause the car to stop the word restive has been omitted before the word horse - Charles Crombie
Request to Stop Art IV He shall on the request of any person in charge of a horse cause the car to stop the word restive has been omitted before the word horse - Charles Crombie

Rule XVIII The player may remove mole hills by brushing lightly with the hand - Charles Crombie
Rule XVIII The player may remove mole hills by brushing lightly with the hand - Charles Crombie

Rule XIII Worm casts may be removed without penalty - Charles Crombie
Rule XIII Worm casts may be removed without penalty - 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
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

Rule XVI When ye balls lie within six inches of each other - Charles Crombie
Rule XVI When ye balls lie within six inches of each other - Charles Crombie

Rule XII The player shall be entitled to find his ball - Charles Crombie
Rule XII The player shall be entitled to find his ball - Charles Crombie

Rule XXXI If a ball lie in fog only so much thereof shall be touched as will enable ye player to find his ball - Charles Crombie
Rule XXXI If a ball lie in fog only so much thereof shall be touched as will enable ye player to find his ball - Charles Crombie

Rule XII When a balls lies in or touches a hazard nothing shall be done to improve its lie - Charles Crombie
Rule XII When a balls lies in or touches a hazard nothing shall be done to improve its lie - Charles Crombie

The innings shall commence after the ground has been swept and rolled unless the In side object - Charles Crombie
The innings shall commence after the ground has been swept and rolled unless the In side object - Charles Crombie

Instructions to Umpires - Charles Crombie
Instructions to Umpires - Charles Crombie

Rule VIII Unless with the opponents consent a ball in play shall not be moved - Charles Crombie
Rule VIII Unless with the opponents consent a ball in play shall not be moved - Charles Crombie

When in the opinion of the Umpire six balls have been bowled he shall call Over - Charles Crombie
When in the opinion of the Umpire six balls have been bowled he shall call Over - Charles Crombie



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Paintings of the day

L'Etoile Perdue (The Lost Pleiad) - William-Adolphe Bouguereau
L'Etoile Perdue (The Lost Pleiad) - William-Adolphe Bouguereau
A wooded Landscape with Huntsmen resting on a Track - (after) Pieter Jansz. Van Asch
A wooded Landscape with Huntsmen resting on a Track - (after) Pieter Jansz. Van Asch
A Raal Convanience 1855 - Erskine Nicol
A Raal Convanience 1855 - Erskine Nicol
Flowers and Feathers - Marc Chagall (inspired by)
Flowers and Feathers - Marc Chagall (inspired by)
Portrait of Lieutenant-General William Kingsley (c.1698-1769) - Sir Joshua Reynolds
Portrait of Lieutenant-General William Kingsley (c.1698-1769) - Sir Joshua Reynolds
Sailing vessels in an estuary - Nicolaas Riegen
Sailing vessels in an estuary - Nicolaas Riegen
The Wolfmen - Charles Marion Russell
The Wolfmen - Charles Marion Russell
The Widow at Home - Jan Wyck
The Widow at Home - Jan Wyck
Portrait of Charles James Fox - Sir Thomas Lawrence
Portrait of Charles James Fox - Sir Thomas Lawrence
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