The Official Wimbledon Annual 1999

Author: John Parsons
Publisher: Pelican Publishing
ISBN: 9781565547148
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Endorsed by the All England Lawn Tennis Club, this is the official record of the 113th staging of The Lawn Tennis Championships, which Pete Sampras calls "the biggest and best tournament in the world-the granddaddy of them all.


Author: John Barrett
Publisher: Vision Sports Pub Limited
ISBN: 9781907637896
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Covers the history of the Wimbledon Championships from their start as a fundraiser for the All England Croquet Club in 1877 to the present day.

The Wimbledon Afterw Volunteers Annual Ed By A Member Of The St George S Rifles C Clarke

Author: Charles Clarke
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The Volunteer should not be trained to fill the family plate- chest, and forget that
his real object is to hit his enemy. Another point on which we would touch is the
somewhat inordinate love for admiration. The very sameness of the praises
lavished by inspecting officers, by whom it is so rare to hear faults pointed out,
helps to increase this somewhat dangerous proclivity, and causes vanity to take
the place of a proper soldierly pride. The official reports on the late review at
Windsor show ...

Proceedings Afterw Annual Report

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The Council regret that by some mischance the result of the shooting for this
Prize was not published in the daily recordH of the Wimbledon Meeting given by
the newspapers, though it was posted up on the official Notice Boards. ... place at
Wimbledon, the rules were revised in 1876 by the " Trophy " Committee, and the
migratory clause was cancelled ; in lieu thereof a ride was inserted to the effect
that the match will take place at the Annual Meeting of the N.R.A. at Wimbledon.

Cricket And England

Author: Mr Jack Williams
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136317201
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Therespondent who made this observation doesnot wish to be identified. 51.
Field, 17July 1915. 52. Sussex Express, 11 Dec. 1925, 15 Oct. 1926. 53. H.F.
Squire and A.P. Squire, Henfield Cricket Club and Its Sussex Cradle (Hove:
Combridges, 1949),pp. 171–2. 54. Londonand SouthernClub Cricket Conference
Annual Handbook ...1923, p. 18. 55. The Times, 30 Sept. 1927, 1 Feb. 1933; The
Official Annual Handbook of the Club Cricket Conference ... 1939 (Wimbledon:
CCC, 1939).

Cricket And England

Author: Jack Williams
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 0714648612
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Sussex Express, 11 Dec. 1925, 15 Oct. 1926. H.F. Squire and A.P. Squire,
Henfield Cricket Club and Its Sussex Cradle (Hove: Combridges, 1949), pp. 171–
2. 54. London and Southern Club Cricket Conference Annual Handbook ... 1923,
p. 18. 55. The Times, 30 Sept. 1927, 1 Feb. 1933; The Official Annual Handbook
of the Club Cricket Conference ... 1939 (Wimbledon: CCC, 1939). 56. Athletic
News, 13 May 1929; Buff, 10 Feb. 1934. 57. The Times, 2 Feb. 1929. 58. Ibid., 7
May 1931.

The Annual Register

Author: Edmund Burke
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According to the original plan, the movements were to have been directed in
chief by his Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge, but the command practically
devolved upon General Sir Hope Grant, his Royal Highness being anxious to
express by every means in his power his deep sympathy with the affliction which
had fallen upon the family of Lord Elcho, the official head of the Council at
Wimbledon. The staff of the Regulars consisted of Major-General Carey, C.B.,
commanding; ...

The Annual Register

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was of the utmost consequence to this country so far to watch the progress of his
operations as to make use of them, if they could be made sobservient to the
purpose of opening the ports of South America to the trade and manufactures of
this country; and upon that principle, as well as upon every other public subject, I
had almost daily communications, both in town and at Wimbledon, with Mr. Pitt,
then at the head of the government. The subject was more familiar to my
consideration, ...