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ng match far $10,000. In his published card he says: Notwithstanding the unfair manner I was dealt by when I was in England, (from which I entirely acquit Tom Sayers, I am willing to try her maxim of fair play once more, and will fight the best man that England can produce, for the sum of £2,000 a side; and if Mace is thoughhim in this way, because I do not think he is her best man, and because, when I was in England last, I was frequently abused by many writers for the reason that Tom Sayers was a smaller man than myself. In making this offer, I, of course, intend to include the winner of the pending match for the championship, between Mace andin endeavoring to train before, and, also, in consequence of the ruffianly treatment I received from the crowd, at Farnborough, at the conclusion of my fight with Sayers, I would prefer to fight Mace, or his conqueror, or whoever the reelected man may be, on this side of the Atlantic — say in Canada. In that case, I would relinqu