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Sir William Draper

Sir William Draper (1721- Bath, January 8, 1787), was a British military officer who conquered Manila in 1762, but lost Minorca in 1782. He was involved in 1774 with a key meeting that agreed an early set of cricket rules including the leg before wicket rule

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