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e investigation of the matter took place, at her instance, which resulted in the establishment of her innocence, and when she went home she told her brother, Ason Haskins, of the circumstance. He at once determined to obtain satisfaction for the imputation upon his sister's honor, and came over to the city yesterday, accompanied bd, (as we are informed,) he sent him word that he demanded an investigation; but Hill did not come out until 1 o'clock, the hour at which the hands go to dinner. Haskins then attacked him with a cowhide quite vigorously, which Hill did not seem inclined to submit to patiently; for he immediately drew a knife and thrust is into hise, near the heart, inflicting a severe wound, though probably not mortal. This terminated the fight, and, after a physician had rendered the necessary attention, Haskins was conveyed back to Manchester. Hill surrendered himself to the police, and the matter will be investigated by the Mayor.--These are the particulars related to