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per “The Boy’s Own Book.” A non-team form of rounders using three bases in which a player who is put out then takes on the role of feeder [pitcher]. An 1859 handbook describes feeder as a game with four or five stones or marks for bases. Plugging is permitted.
The Boy's Own Book, (London: D. Bogue, 1852), page 29.
See also Feeder_and_Rounders,_1841, contributed by Bill Hicklin.
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