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The Daily Dispatch: May 27, 1864., [Electronic resource], The end of the Heenan and King Championship. (search)
The end of the Heenan and King Championship. --On the 24th ult., Thomas King, John Carmel Heenan. Thomas Sayere, John Tyler, Jerry Noon, John Macdonald, James Mace, and Robert Travers were tried at the Sussex (Eng) Quarter Sessions held at the Saire Hall, Lawes, on the charge of having riotously assembled and of having assaulted and beaten Thomas King and John Carmel Heenan. Mr. Roupell and Mr. Willoughby prosecuted. King, Mace, Calvin, and Tyler were defended by Sergeant Tindal Atkinson and Mr. E Besley, while Mr. Sleigh and Mr. Gates represented Heenan, Sayers, and Macdonald. Serjeant Atkinson and Mr. Sleigh said that their clients would plead 'Guilty.' with the exception of Mace, against whom there was no evidence. The Chairman thought that it would be sufficient to call upon the defendants to enter into their own recognizance in the sum of 1007 each to appear and receive judgment when called upon. The defendants entered into the required sureties and left the court.