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Henry Mosley (8 March 1852 - 29 November 1933) was an English
first-class cricketer, who played two matches for Yorkshire County
Cricket Club in 1881, and another for T Emmett's XI v Alfred Shaw's
XI at Bradford in the same year. He was born in Kildwick near
Skipton, Yorkshire, England. He made his Yorkshire debut against
Kent, at Mote Park in Maidstone. Mosley took 3 for 12, as Kent were
bowled out in their first innings for 112. Edmund Peate and Billy
Bates bowled unchanged in Kent's second innings to deliver a
commanding victory to Yorkshire. Mosley bagged a pair in the game.
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