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The Daily Dispatch: may 14, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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The pugilistic Championship. --A recent number of Life in London, says: We believe it is Heenan's intention at once to throw down the gauntiet to Mace and have another shy for the original belt. Mace, who seems to have expected the arrival of a fresh candidate with some anxisty, writes to us from Norwich that L. Moss Phillips has full authority to treat with Heenan, and to sign articies for any amount up to £500 a side. It is rumored that Sayars has issued a cartel calling on Heenan to once more try conclusions with him; but as Sayers is under a bond never to fight agin, and as his trustees are determined to prevent his doing so, we are Inclined to believe this is mere gossip. At any rate, it is certain that if Sayers gave up his present profitable speculation and signed articles, the matter would not go further, as his friends would take steps to prevent it. We know not whether Heenan's brother has come over on the same business, but if he has, Mac has clearly his work