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|Headline=Bass-ball "Quite Too Complicated" for Children's Book on Games
 
 
|Year=1852
 
|Year=1852
|Salience=2
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|Year Number=4
|Game=Cricket
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|Headline=Bass-ball "Quite Too Complicated" for Children's Book on Games
|Text=<p><u>Little Charley's Games and Sports</u> [Philadelphia, C. G. Henderson], per David Block, <u>Baseball Before We Knew It</u>, page 214.  This book's woodcut on trap-ball, says Block, "shows a tiny bat that looks more like a Ping Pong paddle and bears the caption 'bat ball'" As for other games, the book grants that Little Charley "also plays at cricket and bass ball, of which the laws or [sic] quite too complicated for me to describe." This book reappeared in 1854, 1857, and 1858 as part of a compendium.</p>
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|Salience=3
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|Tags=Chapbooks for Juveniles,
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|Game=Cricket, Base Ball,  Bat-Ball,
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|Immediacy of Report=Contemporary
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|Age of Players=Juvenile
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|Text=<p>An 1852&nbsp;book's woodcut on trap-ball "shows a tiny bat that looks more like a Ping Pong paddle and bears the caption 'bat ball'."</p>
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<p>As for other games, the book grants that Little Charley "also plays at cricket and bass ball, of which the laws or [sic] quite too complicated for me to describe."&nbsp;</p>
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|Sources=<p><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Little Charley's Games and Sports</span>&nbsp;(Philadelphia, C. G. Henderson, 1852).</p>
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<p>From David Block, <span style="text-decoration: underline;">Baseball Before We Knew It</span>, page 214.</p>
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|Comment=<p>This book reappeared in 1854, 1857, and 1858 as part of a compendium.</p>
 
|Reviewed=Yes
 
|Reviewed=Yes
|Year Number=4
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|Has Supplemental Text=No
 
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Bass-ball "Quite Too Complicated" for Children's Book on Games

Salience Peripheral
Tags Chapbooks for Juveniles
Game Cricket, Base Ball, Bat-Ball
Immediacy of Report Contemporary
Age of Players Juvenile
Text

An 1852 book's woodcut on trap-ball "shows a tiny bat that looks more like a Ping Pong paddle and bears the caption 'bat ball'."

As for other games, the book grants that Little Charley "also plays at cricket and bass ball, of which the laws or [sic] quite too complicated for me to describe." 

Sources

Little Charley's Games and Sports (Philadelphia, C. G. Henderson, 1852).

From David Block, Baseball Before We Knew It, page 214.

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This book reappeared in 1854, 1857, and 1858 as part of a compendium.

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