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The Daily Dispatch: January 18, 1864., [Electronic resource] 60 0 Browse Search
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accounts of the prize fight between Heenan and King, on the 10th ult. The Illustrated Sporting Newshowed the line of policy he intended to adopt. King's return was but short and inoffensive with hises. Round 4.--Heenan up first and wailing. King doing exchanges to a close, when both were downeir man's conduct. Round 9 was very brief. King once more planted his left upon the "jaw," whilto the disparagement of the American's vision. King also showed cochineal from his lips. Heenan shnot appear to do any damage. They then closed, King reaching his adversary's ribs with his left, bu for delay and got at work rapidly. As before, King landed a severe shot with his right on the mout. Heenan bore his man to the middle stake, but King got a grasp on him and this time the Easterner nd his heart seemed to be failing him, for when King once more planted a straight one on the mouth hnd 24.--No sooner were they at the scratch than King again visited the mug, and knocked the "Boy" cl[18 more...]
Serious accident. --An accident occurred near the corner of Main and 11th streets about ten o'clock on Saturday last, which came very near proving fatal. A little boy, named Augustus King, whose parents reside on Fulton Hill, had been sent to the city to make some purchases, and while sitting on the back of a mule which he was riding, in conversation with some other boys, one of them picked up a switch and commenced tickling the animal, which caused him to kick up and throw his rider from his seat. Young King's foot becoming entangled in the stirrup of the saddle, he was dragged some distance before assistance could be rendered, and when he was extricated from his perilous situation streams of blood were flowing from his head and face. For some time life seemed extinct, but by prompt medical attendance he was soon restored to consciousness, and hopes are now entertained of his recovery. This should be a warning to youths never to interfere with as fractious an animal as a mu