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|First-class debut||Gentlemen of England v Gentlemen of Surrey and Sussex at Lord's, Jul 24-25, 1856 scorecard|
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Randolph Stewart, the 11th Earl of Galloway, was a member of the Harrow XIs of 1853 and 1854, when he scored 4, 3, 8 and 12 v. Eton and 0, 17, 0 and 11 v. Winchester, and obtained 13 wickets against each school. He was contemporary with Mr. V. E. Walker, and his brother, Lord Garlies, later the 10th Earl, was also in the XI. He had been a member of the M.C.C. since 1855.
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