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The Australian cricket record, 1894-95 : a complete record of all important matches played during the season, the first-class averages, the averages of the principal clubs, &c. &c. / ed. by J. Fitzpatrick
Bib ID 491063
Format BookBook
Description Sydney : Gordon & Gotch, [1895] 
132 p. ; 18 cm. 
Notes

N copy bound subsequent to publication with: At the wickets : New South Wales versus Victoria / by Harry W. Hedley.

Subjects Cricket -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Fitzpatrick, John

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