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Frocks, fashions, and furniture, all things, in fact, which could possibly be brought to do so, have been made to assume this year an early Victorian aspect. This is most proper, and we have all been delighted about it, but a revival of early Victorian photo- graphy such as Buy Bromocriptine we are treated to in Prince Ranjitsinhji's book *'' may not be so universally ap- proved. In these days of Kodaks and Biographs it is a little trying to look at picture after picture purporting to represent human beings in action where the figures are so obviously posed as in this volume. Of course, when a cricketer is taking guard or wait- ing for a catch in the slips, or for the peas and salmon in the dining- room or tent, this early Victorian method does well enough ; but if, in the midst of those rapid and indefinable motions of the body which go to Purchase Bromocriptine make a cut, a pull, or a drive, a batsman attempts sud- denly to stand to attention while the photographic artist utters the mystic incantation, " Now, sir, are you quite ready ? Just one moment — now, one, two, three ! thank you." Then, when the deed is done, and his picture is handed down to posterity, he will look — well, like some of the victims in this volume. Generic Bromocriptine ♦ •• The Jubilee Book of Cricket," by Prince Ranjiteinhji. London : W. Blackwood and Co. 1897. Price 6%. For instance, there is a picture of a man catching a catch in the out - field which illustrates our Purchase Bromocriptine Online meaning exactly. We should like to take a Kodak, get some- one to hit this fieldsman a dozen catches in the long-field, snap him in the act of taiung them and compare the results with the pic- ture which Prince Ranjitsinhji would have us believe is an up- to-date representation of how the thing should be done. Indeed, the representation before us min^ht far better be entitled " Oh what a pretty thing Tve found, is it a bird's egg ? " As a study of character the photographs are interesting enough, the younger men of the Prince's stage and standing, the young amateurs especially, all look so serious, as if they really did think they would appear in the picture to be accomphshing the stroke they are intended to illustrate. But the older hands — ah, well — look at them as they pose for the stx(jke and see if there is not, so far as it can be reproduced in a picture, an un- mistakable twinkle in their eye, Order Bromocriptine a sort of '*I wonder if the public will swallow it " expression. We cannot leave this portion of the subject without noticing a picture of Mr. Stoddart suppc^ed to be taken in the act of driving a ball hard forward, and we are given to understand that the illus- tration represents the affair just prior to the finish of the stroke. We should like the great Middlesex batsman to just look at this pic- ture and tell Order Bromocriptine Online us whether when the ball does reach his bat it will not infallibly be skied straight into the air. It might almost appear . that this great cricketer, affected by some "brain wave" of the Indian Prince's loyalty, has here unconsciously reverted to as near an approach to his early Victorian »-- i«?7.3 THE SPORTSMAN S LIBRARY. 235 cricket as he can remember, and shown us the stroke as he would have done it when he first began to study batting. But let us leave the illustra- tionst although the Prince has been so prodigal in this respect that one can never get very far from them, and after all they are a mere detail, for to quote a re- mark of a fellow-countryman of the Prince who was getting up the first book of Euclid for an examination, "The pictures need not spoil our pleasure in the book if we do not allow them to distract our mind from the letterpress." The Prince, in the preface, acknowledges his Buy Bromocriptine Online indebtedness to various gentlemen for assistance in his loyal undertaking, and to Professor Case are due our sincere thanks for his article upon Ox- ford Cricket Mr. W. J. Ford writes upon Cambridge Cricket, and also upon the Public Schools. The Prince also avails himself of the assistance of Mr. C. B. Fry. The volume contains well over four hundred pages, and naturally enough there is much which is well worth reading. The remarks as to no-balling a bowler with a doubtful action are, to our mind, very much to the point, the author aptly says on this question that the very reason generally given by an umpire for not no-balling a doubtful delivery — namely, that •*he was not quite sure," is according to the law of cricket as it stands the very best reason in the world for disallowing the ball. Interspersed with much sound philosophy such as above, there is a good supply of padding, and the Prince has a solemn way of pro- pounding truisms which are absolutely unanswerable. Part VI. of** The Encyclopaedia of Sport*'''' is quite up to the standard of the previous numbers, and the Earl of Suffolk and Berk- shire, and Messrs. Hedley Peck and Aflalo are to be congratulated upon their work.