CONTENTS

 

 

WISDEN'S  SECRET  
Part 1

 

Introduction to and Manuscript Diary for January and February 1863   Pages 1 - 8    

 

Shooting Diary November 1862-January 1863   Pages 9 - 28

 

Manuscript Diary for March 1863 and Horse Racing  Pages  28 - 36

 

 

 

WISDEN'S  SECRET  
Part 2

April Diary    Pages   37 - 45

First  and second proofs beyond reasonable doubt that Wisden copied? another man's work 

 

University Rowing Matches, Rackets, and more Horse Racing.

and

The First Proof that Wisden copied another man's work

 

May Diary   Pages 46 - 57

Plus more Horse Racing and most Importantly the First of the CRICKET Reports

and

The Second Proof that Wisden copied another man's work

 

June  Diary  Pages 58 - 67

Plus more Horse Racing and more Cricket  Reports (including a report for the first ever Yorkshire v Surrey Cricket Match)                               

 

Manuscript  Pages 68 - 111

More Cricket Rowing, Boxing, and  Horse Racing Reports (Including the Schools Cricket Reports)
 

 

 

 

WISDEN'S  SECRET  
Part 3

 

July Diary  Pages 112 - 159

Plus more Cricket, Horse Racing, and Rowing Reports               

 

August Diary  Pages  160 -  260 The End 

Plus Many More Cricket Reports

The Final Years 

Together with a complete list of and explanation as to why and how the Wisden Almanack entries for 1864 can be linked to F.E.C. Elwes's life, family, friends or the manuscript.  This includes many entries not already noted. 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                

                            

 

THE  UNKNOWN  JANE AUSTEN

HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT

With Mr. Darcy 

SOME SECRETS DISCOVERED

Is this man the real Mr. Darcy, the real life locations of Meryton, Northanger Abbey, Thornton Lacey, the origins of the name Pemberley  the discovery of 6 supremely well hidden puns (in 2017  only 1 was known!) and  The discovery of  HUNDREDS of  extraordinary well hidden   

"EASTER EGGS!!" 

in the form of number and anagram puzzles And more…

 

 

REMBRANDT

The first previously unknown original

                         (Etching by Rembrandt to be Discovered for 100 Years.  Is this it?)                                                        

 

 

LORD  BYRON / JOHN  MARTIN 

40 virtually unknown   delicately coloured aquatints.  This is a work  in progress. 

Each aquatint has been uploaded. 

 

JOHN CONSTABLE

John Constable 9th November  2004 Lot 61  Bonhams

    

 

 

 

 

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