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Newmarket, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 9
tty evenly balanced, and lead us to anticipate one of the best and hardest contested battles ever recorded in the annals of the ring. Heenan is training at Newmarket, in the same locality where Sayers prepared for their great battle in April, 1860. He has no regular professional trainer with him, declining, in view of the immrs, James and Tim, accompany him in his out-door pedestrian excursions, and superintend the cuisine of his household. During the recent Houghton race meeting at Newmarket, he took his walks daily upon the extensive heath, and his fine appearance, betokening the most vigorous and lusty health, gave great satisfaction to his numeroudaily excursions he was also generally accompanied by Bill Royal, who is matched to fight Mace for the championship in December next, and who is also training at Newmarket. King has also gone into training; but we have not yet heard of the locality he has selected, or who are his mentors. Jack Macdonald, the staunch friend and se
prize fight. The great prize fight between Heenan and King was to have come off in England on th. --The stake is $10,000 and the champion belt Heenan refused to fight Jem Mace, who is a smaller man height, and is therefore an inch taller than Heenan; weighs about one hundred and eighty-five pounvity, and science, are equally incontestable. Heenan, as is well known, has but two battles on his ever recorded in the annals of the ring. Heenan is training at Newmarket, in the same localityck Macdonald, the staunch friend and second of Heenan, will be with the latter during the last two wng materially to the exchequer of the winner. Heenan's colors are on this occasion the "Beaufort coil nearer the time. What little is done shows Heenan to be unmistakably the favorite, $600 to $400 he turf laid in one bet, $3,000 to $2,000 that Heenan will win. In this city King has many friends, gland, to be present at the fight — the most of them being, of course, personal friends of Heenan.
Yankee "International" prize fight. The great prize fight between Heenan and King was to have come off in England on the 8th inst. --The stake is $10,000 and the ce, who is a smaller man than Sayers; but immediately upon Mace being whipped by King accepted a challenge from the latter. From an article in the New York Herald on the subject we take the following: Tom King is backed by the democracy, as the sporting denizens of the East End of London may be termed. He belongs to that qe for the championship in December next, and who is also training at Newmarket. King has also gone into training; but we have not yet heard of the locality he has selue and white stripe, an inch in width, with a red border of a similar depth. Tom King's standard is a white silk, with a rampant lion holding the Union jack, and thon the turf laid in one bet, $3,000 to $2,000 that Heenan will win. In this city King has many friends, and $1,000 to $500, and $1,000 to $600, will be readily taken
Morrissey (search for this): article 9
e, as well as twice fought the accomplished Jem Mace, losing the first fight through an accidental throw, and winning the second by knocking the champion out of time by one of the most terrific right-handed hits over witnessed in any fight in the prize-ring. His gameness is unquestionable and well proved in all his battles, white his tremendous powers of hitting, activity, and science, are equally incontestable. Heenan, as is well known, has but two battles on his record — the first with Morrissey, and the second with Tom Sayers. The constant, regular, and daily practice with the gloves which he has had in the fulfillment of his professional engagement with Howe & Cushing's circus for the last eighteen mouths has had, it is stated, the effect of rendering him perfect in the theoretical knowledge of the art of boxing. In this respect, however, his opponent has had an equal advantage, as he has also been engaged in a similar capacity for nearly a twelvemonth. Altogether the merits
Jack Macdonald (search for this): article 9
ewmarket, he took his walks daily upon the extensive heath, and his fine appearance, betokening the most vigorous and lusty health, gave great satisfaction to his numerous friends and backers. In his daily excursions he was also generally accompanied by Bill Royal, who is matched to fight Mace for the championship in December next, and who is also training at Newmarket. King has also gone into training; but we have not yet heard of the locality he has selected, or who are his mentors. Jack Macdonald, the staunch friend and second of Heenan, will be with the latter during the last two weeks of his preparation, to put the final polish upon him for the great encounter on the 8th of December next. The last deposit ($500 a side) of the stake of $10,000, was fixed for the 19th inst., when the whole amount would have been deposited. Both men have issued their colors — an expression which requires a word of explanation. In England it is the invariable custom for the principals in a p
ogether the merits of the two men may he considered as pretty evenly balanced, and lead us to anticipate one of the best and hardest contested battles ever recorded in the annals of the ring. Heenan is training at Newmarket, in the same locality where Sayers prepared for their great battle in April, 1860. He has no regular professional trainer with him, declining, in view of the immense pecuniary interests dependent upon him, to place himself in the hands of any one. His two brothers, James and Tim, accompany him in his out-door pedestrian excursions, and superintend the cuisine of his household. During the recent Houghton race meeting at Newmarket, he took his walks daily upon the extensive heath, and his fine appearance, betokening the most vigorous and lusty health, gave great satisfaction to his numerous friends and backers. In his daily excursions he was also generally accompanied by Bill Royal, who is matched to fight Mace for the championship in December next, and who
ontested battles ever recorded in the annals of the ring. Heenan is training at Newmarket, in the same locality where Sayers prepared for their great battle in April, 1860. He has no regular professional trainer with him, declining, in view of the immense pecuniary interests dependent upon him, to place himself in the hands of any one. His two brothers, James and Tim, accompany him in his out-door pedestrian excursions, and superintend the cuisine of his household. During the recent Houghton race meeting at Newmarket, he took his walks daily upon the extensive heath, and his fine appearance, betokening the most vigorous and lusty health, gave great satisfaction to his numerous friends and backers. In his daily excursions he was also generally accompanied by Bill Royal, who is matched to fight Mace for the championship in December next, and who is also training at Newmarket. King has also gone into training; but we have not yet heard of the locality he has selected, or who are
Tom Sayers (search for this): article 9
and King was to have come off in England on the 8th inst. --The stake is $10,000 and the champion belt Heenan refused to fight Jem Mace, who is a smaller man than Sayers; but immediately upon Mace being whipped by King accepted a challenge from the latter. From an article in the New York Herald on the subject we take the followin, activity, and science, are equally incontestable. Heenan, as is well known, has but two battles on his record — the first with Morrissey, and the second with Tom Sayers. The constant, regular, and daily practice with the gloves which he has had in the fulfillment of his professional engagement with Howe & Cushing's circus for nticipate one of the best and hardest contested battles ever recorded in the annals of the ring. Heenan is training at Newmarket, in the same locality where Sayers prepared for their great battle in April, 1860. He has no regular professional trainer with him, declining, in view of the immense pecuniary interests dependent u
most terrific right-handed hits over witnessed in any fight in the prize-ring. His gameness is unquestionable and well proved in all his battles, white his tremendous powers of hitting, activity, and science, are equally incontestable. Heenan, as is well known, has but two battles on his record — the first with Morrissey, and the second with Tom Sayers. The constant, regular, and daily practice with the gloves which he has had in the fulfillment of his professional engagement with Howe & Cushing's circus for the last eighteen mouths has had, it is stated, the effect of rendering him perfect in the theoretical knowledge of the art of boxing. In this respect, however, his opponent has had an equal advantage, as he has also been engaged in a similar capacity for nearly a twelvemonth. Altogether the merits of the two men may he considered as pretty evenly balanced, and lead us to anticipate one of the best and hardest contested battles ever recorded in the annals of the ring. H
he merits of the two men may he considered as pretty evenly balanced, and lead us to anticipate one of the best and hardest contested battles ever recorded in the annals of the ring. Heenan is training at Newmarket, in the same locality where Sayers prepared for their great battle in April, 1860. He has no regular professional trainer with him, declining, in view of the immense pecuniary interests dependent upon him, to place himself in the hands of any one. His two brothers, James and Tim, accompany him in his out-door pedestrian excursions, and superintend the cuisine of his household. During the recent Houghton race meeting at Newmarket, he took his walks daily upon the extensive heath, and his fine appearance, betokening the most vigorous and lusty health, gave great satisfaction to his numerous friends and backers. In his daily excursions he was also generally accompanied by Bill Royal, who is matched to fight Mace for the championship in December next, and who is also t
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