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White Conduit cricket clublocked

(act. c. 1785–1788)
  • Gerald M. D. Howat


White Conduit cricket club (act.c. 1785–1788), had its origin in the gatherings of eighteenth-century aristocrats and gentry who frequented the Star and Garter tavern at 100 Pall Mall, London. They played cricket on public land beside the pleasure park in Islington known as the ...

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