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<p>The AEE also thumped 22 players from the US and Canada in Rochester NY.  In all, the tour comprised eight matches.</p>
 
<p>The AEE also thumped 22 players from the US and Canada in Rochester NY.  In all, the tour comprised eight matches.</p>
 
<p>John Lester, <u>A Century of Philadelphia Cricket</u>, UPenn Press, Philadelphia, 1951), pages 19-21. Facsimile of <u>Clipper</u> coverage of the Phildelphhia match contributed by Greagoy Christiano, 2009.</p>
 
<p>John Lester, <u>A Century of Philadelphia Cricket</u>, UPenn Press, Philadelphia, 1951), pages 19-21. Facsimile of <u>Clipper</u> coverage of the Phildelphhia match contributed by Greagoy Christiano, 2009.</p>
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The All England Eleven confronted 22 US players in a match at the Camac Estate Cricket Ground in Philadelphia, October 10-13, 1859. England overtook the US, 155-154 with seven wickets in hand. The US side comprised 13 Philadelphians and 9 New Yorkers.

The AEE also thumped 22 players from the US and Canada in Rochester NY. In all, the tour comprised eight matches.

John Lester, A Century of Philadelphia Cricket, UPenn Press, Philadelphia, 1951), pages 19-21. Facsimile of Clipper coverage of the Phildelphhia match contributed by Greagoy Christiano, 2009.

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