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Albert E. Smith Diary, 1868-1869

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for playing owing to the recent heavy rains. They pitched wickets at 10.30, Listowell going to the bat. They scored up to 47. Mt Ft then took the willow (or it may be basswood) and their last wicket fell as the 47th run was scored. So both partes came out ties and it took the same number of overs to put each out viz: 23. After lunch they began again when Listo ran up to 72. Mt Ft then went in but their

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