Author:James Pycroft

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Rev. James Pycroft
(1813–1895)
English scholar and cricketer; author of several books about cricket, notably including The Cricket Field, one of the earliest books about cricket, published in 1851.

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Works about cricket[edit]

Other works[edit]

  • The Student's Guide to a Course of Reading Necessary for Obtaining University Honours (1837)
  • Greek Grammar Practice (1844)
  • A Course of English Reading : Adapted to Every Taste and Capacity with Anecdotes of Men of Genius (1845)
  • The Collegian's Guide: or, Recollections of College Days (1845)
  • Twenty Years in the Church: An Autobiography (1859)
  • Agony Point; or, The Groans of 'Gentility' (1861)
  • Dragon's Teeth (1863)
  • Oxford Memories: a Retrospect after Fifty Years (1886)

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