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'Famous English Cricketers, 1880'

Illustrated lithographic portrait shows �Famous English Cricketers, 1880.� Pictured are, from left, James Lillywhite (1842 - 1929), John Selby (1849 - 1894), Alfred Shaw (1842 - 1907), George Ulyett (1851 - 1898), George Harris, 4th Baron Harris (1851 - 1932), Walter Raleigh Gilbert (1853 - 1924), Henry Jupp (1841 - 1889), Albert Nelson Hornby (1847 - 1925), WG Grace (born William Gilbert Grace, 1848 - 1915), William Oscroft (1843 - 1905), Allan Gibson Steel (1858 - 1914), Richard Daft (1835 - 1900), Edward Pooley (better known as Ted Pooley, 1842 - 1907), Alexander Josiah Webbe (1855 - 1941), Tom Emmett (1842 - 1904), Willie Bates (better known as Billy Bates, 1855 - 1900), Ephraim Lockwood (1845 - 1921), Richard Pilling (1855 - 1891), and Fred Morley (1850 - 1884). (Photo by Transcendental Graphics/Getty Images)
'Famous English Cricketers, 1880' : News Photo
'Famous English Cricketers, 1880' : News Photo
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