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TIREE PAYS IATER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE VANDERBILT.
The GREAT PRIZEFIGHT
FIGHT LASTED 1 HOURS G MINUTES
Sayers' Superior Science.
Heenan the Best Man.
THE BATTLE DRAWN.
THE INSIlUtECnON IN SICILY.
armed her? this morning at about 7 ? o clock.
Tte earlier part o? tb- Vaoderbib/s paasage to lougi
t?ls I?0 ?y was u?4? with onu-uilnH't'ty-in o daji ^
)7? how*, enrpon?Dg her beat urn. hi?erw-bu*, tub- .
?laMBtry, very stioDg bou?i-westerly winds, with)
bsa-Sing snow, springing np, destroyed the pmpecta of
?>ril tiant trip beside precla<$ng tbe poeeibtlit ? of lajtd
brg ?* midnight important dispatches fjr Cafe Rw,.
On Thursday, at 10.45 y m., she pissed the ilrftieh
*ea?abip lVsia, in lab 41 If, Ion. 04 '0/, ?nd on
Friday, at 12 W p. m., exchanged signala wH'a tbe O ?V
wej steamer Prfuce A'.bcrt, In lat 40 Iff, W G*" 40'.
We tad tbe followiug nunee on tbe y aseerujer KA:
J. E. Baron, Secretary of the Fatted F,ates Legation
si St. Petersburg; Capt J. W Todd, F. 8 A ; <lan.
Kobeit Halscy, bearer of dispatch?? from Paris, Maj.
, B. S<blej; Dr. Bnrri-tgt, be*re\ ?f dispatches fro a
Tbe Jura arrired at Liverpool April li. Outt?
Jkh. passed a steamer, suppose i to be the A rugo..
During tbe passage the Joi?. attained a hfcjl ?peed
lading run on tbe 10th, ^JO miles; on. the iltu, MM
naSes: on tbe l'?th, 3C3 mfle# . and on tbe 1'kh, 330 ??lea
Tbe Circassian arrired a>. Galway on to? 14th.
Tbe Canada arrived at Liverpool ev. tbe evening o
Tb? Canadian Royal'Hail Bte&mchlp Company h&vi
?bart-redlbe Canard Corcjar.y'e new esrew rteamsHi
PaWp.thie, and int? ni u> drpatch her with the anils ! j
^aobec on the Mba ?f May uext.
THE STATE "OF EUROPE.
Ttuin, Aprils:t, 1800.
The question of the annexation of Nioo to Fraue<
raised )te?erday a great Storni in tie first lui
iaa Parliament. 6aflMs#i who represents tbe
? ahief town of the d;str.ct doon;e.d to become FImmI
against the will of tbe mo?t important portion of its
uaaabitatits, mad?- ?n interpellation about the
bribes, threats, aiid nianeuvers. of the French, an!
cspeeiail) ot ?Senator l*>tr?, who act* at \re a? i<
the country bad already been a ?sorbed by tl.?>.
great Empire. ti?'ibaiJi acc'ifed the Cabinet of a
breach of the Constitution by tolerating auch agi?
tations and evea eo?i[*rat!ng with the French tfl
wrest an Italian SMSjhrJ from Itdy. The discus
a:on whkh i"l;<>wed the interpellation ebarncteri/ix
the tendency of tb<- new kingdom of Victor Knun
ML Tie Ministers Cavour. F?nni, and Mimian
pleaded i.tiiiiiimo'i-ly the UOCtmitj of conciliating :
powerful u? jj;bbt/r?thit Amazon, asMamiurJ call?
France, formidable eTcn in ber embrace-?sine
?ni/ dim* half o? the poiiineui? in iiee, mid ( ven Ukj
bail"always threatened by tin- quadrilat?ral on tbi
Mincio. Tbib exposed position of the kinedim
Isrces it to lean upon France until it can constitute
tself a powerful military State, able not only to
maintain it? ot. t.. l>ut likewise to conquer Venice.
This agf/re^iY'- f?htj i* opeuly avowed here at
Tnrin, and it i" said that when the Pffjajsja
Emba?sao!<?r Krassier de fit. fiimon wiumunicated
t? Count Cavuur tiio Austrian prote?t again?t (fcc
annexation of Central Italy, the ab!e statesaiau
remarked, Aiftria sends nwwi that ?be ?< prepar?
ing to retake homhardy. we reply that we are prep?r
ingto take Venice. The Chamber seemed to feel tliix
position, and however painiul it must have be<-nt<>
the Iteputiec. an overwhelminir majority declared
that they pansed to th?* order of the day, confiding in
tbe Ministry that they will take measures for secur?
ing the hbejty of voting to the inhabitant? of NVe.
Astofiavoy. nobody MM for that prOfiOM) it il
.separated Horn Italy not only by the Alp?, but, bke
wise, by language and traditions. To-day the Chain
?er voted unaumori?jy tor tne annexation of the
tnulia and of Tuscany, to-morrow the bill will pasn
the Senate, er: .Sunday it receive? the sanci?n of
the Kinj.', who immediately after th:? mremooy,
aet? out to held hi^ Royal piOfTOM through she
im.-wit tegjufajd pratriaoea. J'i-is oqqm?m vmii
probahly l>e make ui*e of l.?r pnehaanilkj the uew
?title of the WOm sfrMJOl, It Mi MM MMIms] to
choow the nroud and defying name of ttu Kmg??m
?/ Ilk ?NM to express trie bopM and ajpiratJODi
of the JtaliHT:-. AMtrift will, of course, protatt
?gainst this title, and Naples, too, but since
napoleon hmi to ha?e waived kit objee.
tkwis, reroemberiiiK that Lomhardv nrul Ven?M
?Mt cmh-d hy tue B;.:ne tai,- uuder the gfal
Jtrnpire, th?- inatier Ketriu? already to be dec.dr./.
Tbit name js?phea, of MWMj Uiai the ptMMt .Slav;
of th;'i!/(? is only a temjHirary tnice. and Ml
iot ptfjMj In the irieari?^iile Larnorici?re, ua\itu?
takt'ii Im command ifl chu?: of ?M Papal lunen, h
?rgun:zing them as speedily as possible, topul ast. j>
to tL> ? xpaaajoajoi the Kingdom of Italy toward th.
fcoutb, wkite, m the otbet iaad, an taMtnctkn ii
fXpei-ti d all over the MeapoHtal kingdom (ron day
lOiiiiy. WoarOMfl il tiie dark about i be ati sin
vf Bieily, ont should eveu thn> revoit, have MM huji
preased. it will Ix1 inrMOtiMe, ti?r any length ol'
tin..-, to resist the e\?ian-?ve forces of liberty,
ii'creased a- Ustf are by the noble '???.(ht of tin lif^t
lUlian Paxiiauesi at Turin. The (,'hamh i MPSSj,
iode. J, already now to represent all the Peoioaula;
?even wii the alisJsterisJ SMChsSi WS BBS Count Ma
miaii;. loiiin uy tbe Muni-teroi Pio \ono; QaoJtieri
and Cessriai tthm ?ire Romans exiled by the
Pope; lV-rio and Mencini represent the k'ugdorn
of Nrijiei-: and Jeedio and PsJOMSp i Venice.
Tur.!,, situab-d at the eititmity of tbe Peni I.,
?j?eak.n'. a OSTOpt ?islsel?a t<mn without ? In
Ion or li'erntnn?baa now bseoSM the center of
Italj nue! n igni omi Use besita
noten y ot .?even miliioijs of his subjecl-, but of
twenty-m m ti o? ItalsBM.
As to Austria sie ma M n her vtato of chrome,
bankrup'.cv. ? he MpST currency ol tbi Empire is
ata din-.nut ot 'JU |?:r cent) tbe ? ml to
the MW lOM amouat MBMsl] to fiftj millions
?bdetbe Mmiitorof Piuaoeeaexpected to recoiTO
and the arutocrae) asw.-u utbeprieataare leaving
from the? ourt, not toaban tbe i ?. ?? \u
laulf? and enmea. On tbe ?:,:? mt., (be ami
r> ot tbe revolution ol 1841, s dem ? trai ..? took
sisee at J'. tb, which was dispersed by lore of
arms. One student, wosnded at that time bf a bul
Jet, has sjaou died, udtetj IbOMUd ?tlSSMMSOm
panied Jos Mt|M to trie MWetory; patriotic
SHJMObM WBW made OMJ hi- vu\>' ut),\ pjl lu.)
?rewd joined ia singing the nstunsl byaa, not in
tiuudated by the police, gci.rd'aime*, and Mfalrfl
?lrawn up around tbe cenetery. >\',)\ leeper WM
?tlie emotion ot the people at Um new? that old
Oniut Stephen BMeneayi tsd eoanmltted isicide.
Iln- Count was th? father of Iteform in Hungary,
au il ?to<?d at the bet 1 of the national nurrement
from I-;"- to 1840, when Konsuth took the load.
?3Xi-i:Len>i loi a long time waged war aga..
bidder nvai tm'il, in 1?-4H. both met in the Ministry
?f Count Louii Jlatthyanv and anted together ifl
perfectly good understanditif for MfSfflJ sjontbl.
JJut nbvu ?fiain becaniemo/-e cfinpiicatcd, a:id JJ^- J
TonJeDac *'>'h invaded the eouatiy, Ommt8ze<jhenyi
lost bis fail ^ m khb ?necees of the national cause, and
unwilling e. <D<,r to ri^b life and riches, or to beeiwn?
unfaithful to tfte ceuntry, he retired into a lunatic
asylum, wuei * he K?sath?ed f<?r fhfl eleven years.
The Conserva t^"' 0I" Hungary, and even Austrian
nifni'rters ofb-n<v>???'fe,d him at that strtflge pisco, ?
where- be'nsed to* F? iimer parti?* to his political
friends and tor?ele the opposition against tl ?
llinisfrV. L?rt F*r pn^'^bed a most vio' JT
boob ?gainst the W tej Hneh and Br?ck. J*
rear the pouce search.m! hi? paprri; shortly ?"
Count Becbberg, the Austria? Minister, had ""g
ten lew with him ?bout the (Vsl way to gov ?? in
garv now we sre ?uddenly startled by ?*
7,1 hi? suicide. He wan s great man, i *? JJJJ
that even he, w;th bis conciliatory tend- '8?t "?o t?f!
have been driven to suicide ifl ft Mg' /?r^S should
the times for Austria. ?4rf"a,lt H1?n "l
A/' regards the conferences ab< ' ^
tion or annexation of Northern ** the neutralua
land, it is pretty certain that tr ***& ? ***Kr
NapoWn HI. Ml now the r rywul not asw-mble.
when he has once seized b *"u'* * E'""r' a1d
dispute it. He.payi.bov ? ^AoTc
to (he new kingdom N ^r,'?O0,(KX?,fVx? francs
v;... #' the cession of buvoy ana
The laatirree?on , , . . ?. ..
OOV7 or lately going on inFmlv
TV?? not nn-ipec ^ ^ ],),,, f fj , m Bui ||
always suben, m ?^ mm^ ^^ ^^ L ^ , i?
mtitjruifee wh' ^.threaleried a Bt4irn:. in tie lact days
ol March, tr ^ o;cnrre(, at patena? one gf thoso
event? that ( ^^ ^ (?^ o,. ^ ^^ ?I
TW.cta <i ^j.a9 pgjfopn^j at t),e theater, and the pritn?r
doumi : ^pga-ad y?f? tri-colored iavors. The whole
bouse ?Tppf?jj thft colors with enthusiast:, and tbe
,ta?" j<was covered with camelias, red and white, with
lDf- .f^een leaves appending. On *.he following evening
* j? name scene whp emoted, Hod, though tbe police
were stationed on>ide, ao attempt was m?.4e to enter
Ml theater or sippress th? evhibition o: flSnag.
Saturday, the !Ulstol Mwb, was the last evening of
tbe Winter season, and as muh ?w 10 j iastree were
offered for a place. A great demonstration was to lej
maJe during the evening, but bebre the evening ta?e
the police scut round to say that tue gaK>i .ever was out
of order, and the house was closed.
It bad been determined to commence tbe revolution
at Palermo on tbe 4'J. of April; the eigaal waa lo be a
?ssfcot -hot in a certain spot, following which the
monk?, who rsTOTSd tbe insurgents, were to ring the
bells of tbe Moractcry del' i Graneeia, on die P?MM
delaMorina. '1 he police were informed of ?his by a
traitor, and the signal shot w.i- bre? by theu, thus
precipi'ating the revol... The monastery was sicked,
lour of tbe monks were killed, the others seized and
As a party of the Royal soldiers were going along
the street c.ijly on tbe morning of thk tight, .hey heard
a tYi??t ce in? from a bot^e by which tley had fast
yuMb? ; at SMS they turned about and diselia'ged their
muskets at the Palazzo i'ttroclla, where Mr. (?trdnei,
an English merchant, resides, kilhng a servant girl
who was jsst unc'osing a ahut,- r. Indeed, it ap,>efti-a
tin. the troops, af er bMlM?flg on the SStastropbo,
asjost narrated, wen' firing at r>?iidom along the ?tnxt,
fetr.?^' i Kislss?! or wantjnly raurderoa?? in their m
Through tbi? any ther? was m'ich fighting in diti!?
ent parts of the cny, but it is imponible to obtain any -
thing like authentic information ; tot telegrapiic com
mnnication acrcf the Ktraitb of Mesainu ha ; been su-^
ponded, una the (iovtruintiuf ^uk.i good ?are tiiat noth?
ing true shall go forth. The olhVial disp-itcues aretis
SBSI if b*s, l*ing litile more than reitera ved SJMrtiOM
that all is u.uU-t, wb?n every one wlo knows anything
h t?o Ht the matter knows that the ???and is thorou^ ily
un?asy, and daily breakinf; out aito positive violencti.
Hottaof the residents of Palermo, Meseina, and Cata
ii w? N leaving tha ?land, and numbeishad l>een a*
ieh-<'d. From J'alermo ahne '~1H? bad been sent bWO
exile within a fcrtafgbi Tbe i?^vernment disp-itch
concening the oulbreak of the lib was as f^lJjWf:
That a few ili-intentioncd persono bad dared to attack
the royal artillery troop? in l'aiernio, aad had killed
four soldiers and three' c impau. ms of arms; that the
(troops bad taken poseesfeou >f the monastery of the
Grautcia (in tbe Pia. /<. Marina, almost in th? center of
the ospi ?'<!), and that nome arme 1 bands which had ap?
peared in tbe neighborhood of the capi'-J bad been de
stioyed, bol that traaquilliiy and order had been per
The fighting, thus beiran, continued daUy tlirong
the week till Sunday, the Bob, to -which date only w
have anything like reliable information. It ?a said tha
twenty monks weis taken or.tanl shot. Among ot'ier
brutalities recorded by an eye-witness, he says be saw
an abbes* and a nnn dragged a'ong through the streo
by iohiierb, some of whom urged mem on by thrti-'s ot'
the bayonet. Their ottencc w.u. that Ibsy had givea
shelter to S compromised person.
At Meisina it was arranged tbat the iisim< should bs
made on Sunday, tbe *o.h, an j an attempt was made 11
cany out the design: but the insurgente were dithc-nrt
ened by the bad news from Palermo, and tlie revolt
was a failure, as all the Sicilian revolts seem ?flbtd t"
bs OBJess some lc:.der wi'h discretion aawell as courage
shall head the movement. The insurgents had Hod to
the conitry, or were driven outfide the waLti; the royal
It? j* bold all the etroLg places of the city, and m,;ny
ettiaSM are osppossdto have been killed. Among the
itVvbiti'inay puny are miner .>u? memt?ers ot lb?)bigb*
i st familie?; and, sj in the eutb.eak of 1HIS, m^g'. o?
the young men are on that aide.
Troops were loavtrg Nuplej for Sicily in large num?
bers, at the latest a 'counts, tl on^h the Governor h%d
sent word that he needed no more. The Koyal I at?nd?
ente is said to make ?oinmon cause wi'.h tbe revolution
ist?s. fl\om Palermo Jie sapply of freeh water ani f.ru
viwens from the country hid bssfl Mt otl, and grea'
s-aiiity id'owed. Whstsffrottbhl had ujx.nthetntops
who held the ci'.y, bat conld n>t control the lind?
roaming in the mountains, ir romair-' to be seen.
ffioBoyslHbjhneal ? C stsf^yiMsjs, the ancle
of the K'ng of Naples, hss sent to tr..- latter a m'ni.?
r.o.diim conn?eling ("ijeesBif/ny, and a union with J'i<><>
BMoa, Hs rssnsibM, sftn ohnwiim, ilisj m sJBssm
?^ ? h Aasbaa would bs ruinous:
?'What way rOBSSbM Ibon, of raving the OMSJWf
and tne dynartj threatened by Of rest dflBgen I ?"a",,
fbs namr&J porky Whkh. reposing on the trae
interests of tbe Su'.e. nstaraOy losdi lbs kiugdjtnof
Bonthirn Italy to uij.'.? iuelf with that o; I'pp.r Italy,
a movement which Korop? cauuot lefu^ to MkBOWl*
ec??, sskJsiaaotko B?Iwsm two ponteas ol lbs
san.e co'jntiy. sqosOy Utt aud sqnaUy ladspondsoi of
SSChotbsr. In ihi-" way otly, by withdrawing vour
ktif irom all foreign (.rehsuie, .md by a political Duion
wh h Piedmont, wdi rov bf?jsit| bs sbtettbsthl
gei erons srbttSI o? Ibl fcVSl pSJSOl of those civil in
StittttioM which tbe renovator ot onr m>.'iAi> hv coo
ferifcd, wbsn, a.'in ti.e kixgdoia had beeuruscoea li\?m
?. of Austria, b' ???<\l,-r. ia iln Soldi ol
\eiletiilte mott poweriu! B-'ttOof Itaiy. Sh.,!! we
?r-firr.'a lll-ad^ibed monici^al iaolation teftnstteaaj
I A mnnic'pdl Loiatin; S8B0SSS U not only to
ii pi6ssiire, l.iit wo'se it'll; for !>y aluaidoning
ibsoonniryto baternsl disrorc? it win rsndsrbMbo
eai-y Btoy of poty. Then force w'll be tbe sapretie
law. Batthsnrndof yov Ifajssty an juunaly re?
voit.? at ?le idea of repress,ng only by the power of
aims ibsss [.estons wbi h lbs loysKy of s youLg king
0M SSbdsflM instead sod 'urn to good, ? y rabstltuting
obliti a 1 or rsneor, sxtend-ng trie h?n'! -if fr.euds'ip
kinj "J the (,:.',( r pari of Itaiv, sad consol (i.
?, tbronSol (.?..if?-s ill. ou a t'iii- ii which evil
i/.i d Kuroj>e < I St SOM MM Off dsMVsdl '
m ? i
He general news by the VojlsfbssliUl h ol very little
i In port. .
IVosj BogJaedW? kOfl tint the works connected
v*i'l UM '?rea' Kae!. i n C u.linm. ! < iie prOSSMbtd With
Vig i ai.d m lbs SSginStn'Sod shipwiigbt*' depirt
iiient the utmost aouvity prsvsik. The upofarlsiSBS
nu bai not yol baso finally made. Tho numher
0>_ esasHdstOSkBOW rodsjasd to two. They are (,'ip
1hu s Vine Hull u)1d iy ales, both men of great expert
UN lirongham \r u> be ?iistailed iih ChanceUor of
t. o i i rvsntty of Edtebargb on the tdtb of M?y.
the agitation in K*it/e.r!and on the iiiwstiou of Hi
voy is iiicrcaiing, und lar?e meetings havo talien l
1M folio w.ta is the d.-lmitiv,, rrt?u|. , . , ,?
the L.-y ol . j.0r sawaxatten, (Ulli n ?
TheLaWS. . , of Mr. uudstons w t ,r ?
i-i awugl In . 7 toslc place ou Monday, bel
m tbe Mnrf..i Hail of that city, with ooniirj/irable cere- '
?A ',<oppoi;e of one of the mort cxtotrive importer?
ci f'Xton in Liverpool was mentioned on f'baoge on .
**!* Irithmsf. Tbe Habilitiea are etliauteds* aboat
4 "US IN)').
Tb? reappearance of the famous comet, of Charlea ' rt
bae been anno meed for next Angoat by M. Be <a,(
J he Nr..--/ ?land l.cmion Ejatiincr statu t y^
gold hat b*eu dissoveied at tbe K'ver BiUer 0B (!vj
wo?' coast of the Province, and is likely to pr 07f very.
THE GREAT VlQjBT.
HISTORY OK THE BATTLE.
?lit): Fir.llT ?OR ffJE ?TMMHnNMHtr.
From Th* Ionian l*J|Ots/ the UfA.
Time was when the ChamptoiiRhip of England ws>
an oitifo which ocrnferred honor of the higbei-t, when
" Mamiion, Lord of Bchrlvelhaye, of Tamworli tower
aid town," held arrant of the lands of toe Abbey of
Polesworth on condition of doirg battle in ruple com?
bat against all '?nightly ennuie? of hi? Kiir. Tbe
fashion of this office, however, han pawned away with
the uaya of chivalry, and Inoce and b*tt.le-ex have
htt'ti laid aside to become mere Uiiugs of show and no
ni'io aaad by men The Dymxks aie s'ill extant, but
die modem Champions of Eogl-md know them not,
and tb? rxic ant WWliot who threw down the g?int.
et to IBM hunrlrei Udie? and gevtjemen in Conrj
iref? c.t a coronation bus been sin .eeded by a race of
brawny and irnsealar fellow?, men who ?' main fight?
ing, and nothing but it, ' and who vie wilh Un alilrtu
ef o'd in their rigidity of training and immense power?
of endmarce. At Biet there wm no lack of Riyal
aextatjaga for the new race of eliairtpiona In Brough
tonfila-t p:izc light ho wa? backed by the Duke of
Cumberland, who BtflsOOt acfed an hie second, and lrW
great ?aitlec look plaaa at which one or more of the
?on? ot' George III. were not present. Sir Thorn*?
Apreeec nearly always aaoooded Oully, un'il that
champion ietircd ? ?'?m the ring, and having
realved a large forlone, sat ? the Hmi-e
of Common? as member tor Pontefrairt. In those
days a Beted) brake* was thought good company
for auv man. an i we hear almost, wiihont aarprkc
how,, iiV-nt M year0 aico, Lord (.'u-uelforl "iifiinHd'
Belcher when he fought Bonrke i.i the durrhyard of
Bt. (.?or; ('?, Hai.over square, in the pre?<n.vni' 6ome
iti,WiP apeetators TbeMweratho "goodold?aya,"
the " | Jiai dayaM of the Hag. about vhijh the sport
Ibg Joan als are always so pathetic a? harm?; pine by
?we aie ?lad tc> say, never to return. He would be a
bold Peer indeed wio wou;d have sesouded S-iyers
yeeterday, an Lord IWrhurst ine! t<> seeoud Spring;
and what would be said now of ? c rh irai kaWB oflVjr
Bae. m of old, j?500 ta the aasadaxeaaai to koataaeexr
sehe* aiaaoel to deaui within its BaWtBead precio H I
Tne new Police Bet has baa? the death Of pagUJsoj.
lie aroateel professors Ka ?aad a hoie-*.nd-c.>ruer life
vthi!e t/niu'.ug, or issue forth their challenges iu mys?
terious terme. From tais rapid downfall it hat bscu
jnM now loi h time airenteo On the "first attempt to
carry of! the Champion? boh iatO another
roautry; and, of coarte, that country ana A cork u
There 1* bo akgakteg the fact tha' t!.^* ch?llense
has I'd to an Btaetxet af BsssMBM being bc
dtow?-l u;.on the pnyf-ring which it h:w usver re
reived before; and, much as all deooot people dtshi. d
the idea of two litie m?-.n meeting to boat eac': Other half
to leath, il ?as nevertlmlec? aovOWtly wi-hi 1 that, ait
somebody was to be beaten, it mik'bt be the Aim-ric ? 1.
There in M tioi.bt that S.i;crs L.i i the c;ood wishes of
BtMteathaof the coeaanudty. Toara a^?-jd K.>mj
tnii.k' tiaaoal patriotic la its way f>r a m?o of h. ?
wtiMht to et counter a brawny <n<iot, who aaaatMl
hiiiis?!f Bl l-'Ug " half horse, bait sjdgator, aud a bit
M of tha raaafBBgdBrtla," aad draa in addtttoa to all
tbtfe qualities, has proved Mexeetf to be a- cb-ver i.u<i
foraaidttble a pri?e Bgbtei ?? tVOT ?-ur.'rcd the riu^'.
Wa aaed atarear* catar on imy loiniiialalliiii of Hie
CVOtBl whkfa led to this i.uit.'b, all of whi:h huit Bf
suU'mcd up iu tie f^r,'words, t?i.it Staat BO le ' t .e
Mb' as ( hampion of Enguind, aoalavirtM ol hui
ofiice, while he retaius i', i? botjad for three years to
acz-eut all challenifes, M ma'.tcr from whom. Th la
chall?is* ;"ioriJinxly c.ime freai Americii ou Ileonan?
1?ot, uLd. iu spite of the immmso BBtacal BdveatBgOi
of b^ obaileagei, SayareWMbooad ui ccMoto leoeoi
it. All /elating to the day and pla"<- lined for the
match v m>. of conree, kept a pro'onnd secret, as the
pokVaa. t i do then ja?tice, loft no meius aa'ricd f)pre?
vent its taking place. Ifevartbataat, in s.?te of all
prec&n ioii?, a rpecutl trahi was hired, wh eh
fUiTlt? from London bridge Bt i a. m. ye?U-rdiy
mornirg- Hie train was one of immense lentrtii,
conta ;.iriK some Uioiifaud peri inn, al of what are
called the upper ciaswes, Uun^h each persnu was
I married up to tbe eyes in shawls and wr ipperx, so that
' it wa? hard to ssy whether your compacto* if- swesxga
was or was not the irdoubttble oayer* or Heenau
bimteli. All along the line police were posted, witti j
mounted patrols, at regular distance?; but the train
ta?ed OB* at Kei>/Bte? and after a Ion? rnn came out in
the Y?roboroagh atation, close to aJdarehiKI, In a:i
inftant after, a'l were out in the tii-l<1-. following the
rr.en m ho with tbe ropes and stakes led the way a:roca '
what turned out to be a most dilH.-alt pieco of country.
Theie seemed a constant unccessifiu of double hedges i
ard ditches, which were < ro??ed at las* more or 1er
mccessfnlly, until a rather Darrow stream, or very
broad muddy ditch (the Blackwat*r), which at I ides
Banay from II mipshiie, brought all to a full ?top. A
lew TOatateeOBM failill es#ay<-<l to leap this, but their
aaaaaai waj not aasa m to eaooaragt oth> rs, kaaaasaeh
as most contrived to light in tue very mddle <? tha
water, and tho?e whf'did pain fa opposite hink had
only to jump back for their paius, an the rkeg was
formed on the IIamp?hire side at'eer all.
Tbe instant the endosare of rope? and stakes, .'I
festff,nure, wa? formed, Say err nteppei iu'o it, and j
was cheeied trcmei donslv. Heenau, who followed,
%\i L.eecd iu the same minner, aiid th?-two men,
WB0 her. lor the first time me', warmly shook BBadt,
and then stappad back to take a ! .ng and eareful car- '
MTeach of (M otbn. Tharawai a tose for corners, '
which Heei an won. and ahoM that in which he would ;
have the hiebest ground, and witn hi? bach to the sun. !
staving S-iyeis the ?[>ot where the arlare wai f^M in fa
face. I'mpires for ea^ mm were tppo Bt4 L atid .
re'ere-- for hiih, and tneae DeoUadaartM over. bTom .???
procetdedto strip to hie wa.rt. It eetastd itJspoatibl&
to restrain B murmur <.f admiration at I it Bppa IT . ?? e
whkhbotbaa Breaaatad. h bight be k aboat 6 foot ;
two, with extraordinarily long BTflU, dee,? chest, aad
wide and powerful sliuniuern. His appeantace yester?
day ^a.j t.uly foniiicablt. Exercise auJ long traJaJat
bao developed the immens? musiles of bin :i:ms and
thoalieit till they appealed litre mih?1? of bone be
ntath the lion eovanag of skin. Tnero seemed
not an oaaco of nperflavaa tlesb. H.h ribn siowe.t
like thOBC of ?. areyhoaad, save where ili^y were
aroctad by powerful thews a.id sine w?, aida Le threw
up loe long sinewy BrBM aud ioflatcd his kagC chest
With the BKfftriBfl air he louke 1 the mi>'. f jrmidabfe ol
tha tribe of B^BoJatow who have caaarad tha area?.
Bvory uiovemeit sbowed the BfaaBWI and miv
WarhlM like mac'iintry boMaththeii I 'n n.o t
iic, aad every Matara was made witn that namm!
fcr?ce au.i ?iecdom M t.ic?i alWBJB ?tm to belong to the
bJgbett ilevalopaMatol physie?!power. S*yemlioked
at hJin laag aad aaraaatly, aad m oMwhoMwfoihh
every BU>veaM8J a <l:.'j:"rons BB ''"aier, Bad BBtM
?tripped m tnnj. Tbe i iitraar he wsen tha m^n wn
then still more marked than betoiv. Myarakoalj
about live feet ti^ht; hie chen?. is U'.'i broad, nor arc lite
urn? powerful and it is only in the BtTOOg n I ?
the Bw Bldan tha' one rees an>!hi'i/' to Bl OOaat ! >c hi?
treiuendou- bawcrc ol hittin,;. Bayert, too, looked
hard m flint, hut hil daaNtaaacaMi ba regard t-Lsau
tapoii;st iu higbt, webjrhl and rtrn ?Ui, and above
ali, let ?-th of arm, Bsada it ej BOX .. tui'-r of Mr?
pi.se bow ha ein1'! bopc to aonteaf withhxai at a'l
NVheu to these d a.i'l\outages Bra a'dej tlia aaaorior
hi-'hi of the L'rotilid on which IfOCBtri s'.i ?J, an 1 the
lULt of the sun full m SiVein's e>e?, ii will bl
hawtrtiuttidou? wer? the obetarJoi with which le
hid Xo coii'end. Ai farai trnuUni weak,however.
the Btatari bad been done fofbath, BOd it WOtjld u ??
he u loal les?on if some of our young voiaatBOVl iuii
tated tha boxen la (heat raapeota< i*eafar whole aya
?eiti i,; trahdag tjai ha summed aplatwo m tbrat
words moderaUoB Is eettag and drlnkiug, exeraiae.
? 11 i stant oac of tiie tpoagc b it i aud roogb towoU.
V\ ith Ihore aide aay aaai bu train? withoot tbaai ha
can d'i nulbfag. Ileemiu's skin )es;erdty wu^, as we
hm., acid fair aad white as BxarUc Wyorr/cMdark
?a that of aandettoi and the' (aaey" leant ?? ?
to the oetnion thai the Ibraatr wMtoodeUeau,aad
woald brake t<o<? noca, aad thai WMtrae. he tbe
men ctripped. tn<- rawoattort an Iowa oatei4t lac
ropes,about si\ (et: rit?unt. iu m MtBl rfttg,k v.l. h
weie genUemeii of all raike Bwabori of both I!
u plenty. Author?, poet?, pointera,Midiere, ami eren
1er;.) tutu WOTO piereut.
Thar? WMatjkjata'apataaaftar thaiaal shaking
.une- ahaa tha aaaoada retired aad left the antago
jisu boa to f.ice at laa?. B,,tii UaUntlypot ihea>
mJaw Into poakiaa ?M right hand bold doaa acrooi
he bod], tut left advajaaaa at lauatu, and kept moving
loalfa out as. if to feel Ite way. 1 BC latBMMUC di 1er
BMOMtweoathe hi^ht, weight, ?i aagtb, and In. Ui
A tin ' I he men was now more tluin ever ma*:
ud t|, iiir.idvaidag?e iiiider whlak Biyiec ! t'> >e...;
apaal 'J ?o m..ny to be too much for him. Tna sun
none i right aud full in his lace, so its almost to blind
li?t: yet ayers roemed DOOl abd eaaftdcBt, and BBrUad
urily i? t.e ventuied iu reach of thaktiMaeadoaa ataa
nil! arm Bolh seemed very caution?. The feints
vcre qjBM-l and conrtant, and as cu h avoid?*) the
ther Will more or lis? agility neither cou'd acia
laghil tl. Al lu<l fiayefi! i uu^ht a llhjbl Ldo w Bl the
J"/1 ?th. wb'eh be ret-.-ned heavily, eMwbftnt hi vA
un li? < nan, amid sbonts of congratulation. Both
*?m?<1 s?ill more r-antions, and after mich sparring
and w.'.rdiiig off an i..U a led hi-- v wi-h the ?peed of
I thought, both stopjssd and looked at ?ach other with
hands down. After a I.Uie rest they again sparred
I aid ?lostd, when Haven ?ave his advirsury ?>me
j heavy body blew?, and got down eu*.ly.
Mal man was instantly ?uended by hi? seeonds.
i who carefully sponged his hody and fute, and rinsed
oot bis month with a little c-Jd wa'<r. Again they
bdvanced E<ch seemed then tokno^v h?? MtafOMSt
'?? better; the sparring WMOSjPobSff, a.id the huge inns. 11
! lar aim o? IIse?an went backward and forward with
' immense rai idity. Three times he bit at S lyers. bnt
! out of distance, and apparently as if to pat ta? Caim
; ji'on on hi* guard; at last be darted forwnrd like light
! n;ng, and dealt Mayers a blow in the month which sent
i him reeling-. Tom, however, as if to show how little
j be oared f'.r it, at occe ventured close to hi? hng? an
> togoaist? *oo clone a? KpffOted, foiiholorg arm of
I leer?an was shot ont like a dart, and with a heavy
blow nn hi? forehead Tom was knocked a mort into
\ hie own corner. There were great cheers at Ulis, and
thoogh Heenan seemed pleased. Siyers took!, as a
BSttsrsf course, and went back to bis comer, as
f1 larently unconcerned. Here he was sponged
or a minute, and returned with a deep
! red lamp across bis forehead, aut hi? moalb
j tligbtly disfigured, though with far less pun-e'i
ment in appearance than I>uld have been expected,
cwiig to his e It ill in tesjpteg back ere the blow
! reached, and this? weakening half its force. He w*a
; smilling, and seemed o,utto at ease a? he ag-aia ap
pn-acbtd lbs American in hi? own comer, who was
' very carctnl Lot toie'ive it, in order lohospBayen
1 with the glare of the ?en in his face. Tui? seeamd te
! perplex havers mnch, and be again p e*enei an open
' lug. of which the Bentek Hoy inntantly availed him
! ?elf. aid with cue blow da?hed Bayera to the ground.
Again there were tremendous cheers 'or Heenan, and
| lnnKal l iSlgrStstetteM to the CaSSapteo in the young
novice he had met with. Ihsas who h*d bashed
\ BaySYI seemed ra'her depressed; the betting gradually
; bxanie even, iieemia being alm'St as mu-'i in favor
: as the ChuinjK n. There were loud enes of " Time,"
' at whirr H-enan advanced to the center of the ring,
; and waited for BsystS, retiring as the latter advanced,
. till the American at'ain had the beneii'. of th* higher
ground and the si.:i in Tom's eyes. Sayer? now to aid
u wa' meleno attempting OOtfigl ing with a nano:
| m-h ei.oruious strength and length of arm ai tie
j American, hi therefoie tried to dash in *nd go*, a slight
i blow at lleeiinii. who returned it, witb a vary heavy
one, which sent T.m tU^ering bock, aud alter some
farther < B banges, all in tavor of the po werf al young
AflsarkMt Sayersgot down
Again the men were attended to, and again Bayers
? came forth, much marked and with S heavy cut over
his eye.ruw, to ccpe with Heenau in his own corner.
I This tini*. the sparring was so long ajd cautious that, at
\ laet ?X'th un ii put down t ieir hand?an1 laughed. Again
? they bsgM, SSd alte?- a tew fe:nt? Heenan dished out
hi? left aud'for tie fovtS ttJBS 'airly strn-ik Hivers to
the ground with a Verj heavy blow. Tiia efibst o?
! ihese ropOSSad blo^s seemed almost greater on the
tpOOntSSS QnM M Boyo??. The lauer ?rwd to treat
| them lightly, but around tbe nui: a very diflareot opin
, ion was entertained, and Heenan ?w lucked to win,
and was '.heeied and encouraged to the ntmost. Both
' men were dory nipsd down, nod 8*fOfn*sbond aod
laso, ohfeh we're MS nsStrsd wi h. blood and heavily
? biased and bumped wa? held clo-to-pieesed between
i cold s| orges to keep down th? ?out.laion?, which had
i now altered his deep sallow ha?.
Shout? now went round the ring that Savers had
! vnijaily already lost, and indeed the ?MasaSMat ho
' bad received was to much m? re severe than that be
: stowed upon his tall, wiry antagonist, who seened a'
wayi i outing aud al wavs fresh, that natasn really be
k-i.n to Icol ssrtOM tor the Cliaopioii, and ??mi'?. t-<
: warrant, the bel ef that " the belt was going lo Troy "
; Apparently romeo by theee shoSBS to stronger effort?,
layon came on igain, and, wateniog his man can
tioufly, stepped baeb from a drea'iiui blow aimed at
him, sprang in be ore the Amercan conld recover him
s?!t, hi ii f ivi llr< n.-u a ternrii smash f.rll m tri* eye,
, splicing tip the cbeek and inn fling his huge anta.' miat
rn i in. like a drunken man back nu> hi? comer. Ttie
e nest of this blow was so tremeuduo'-.s that even before
half a minute hid elapsed Iltenan could scarcely h^
' recognized as the MM man, to swollen, dullgured,
aud nlood stained weie his ieaiures. To ere were Led ,
! cheer? for Siyers, who went up to HssMrVi corner |
and peeied into his face with a curious, half par
z'cd expression, asjif he too waa astounded by tbe ef?
fect? ot his own haraiiwerk. -Save.-s now lat no time
i ?lip, but catching a moot formidable blow of Ueenaa's
i on h''? right arm, again durbe 1 in, and gave in returu a
: rtiil WOCM b ow to the American, following it up with
I another, which Hcmeid to ?m-ish his no^o, and almost
i bnosbsd rTsonon oaThtl lei;s in MOLM that he reo aired
the meet careful attention from hi? seconds to make !
him fit tor the next ronnd
Tbe betting now changed airain, and if Bayer? waa I
! not a decided favorite, there at least seemed nothio^ '
to iliooe-e l>etw.en the two. AD the rounds had been ;
i long aud cautiously bawsS, StA tlie Luting had beeu
I dieadful, and both men SSgM lo shoA' sign? of fatigue, ?
and after long SpSrrkg, in the seveu'h eucouuter, bo'.h j
pSOJOtf, rSSCSO, and ?' la-1 retired to riu?e out tLieii
months, winch were very bli>od?, with wa'er. As they
OSflM up eg-iin Sayers at o.ice dashed in and gave j
?nsilbsr temtic blow to Heenan, wtica sem the inood
ponringdowa over his broad sbsst, aud SSSWSd to
?abe hi-> bog! form trem?le like a c'lil.l's H-enun
imiised for a moment ana then darted in, bnt Kayers got
under his guard, closed, r.nd, after giving mm some
heavy body blows, both fell, Sayers ander,
Ii had Leen noticed iu the last tos round? tbat
Sayeis made not the least u?e of his rvht Imid, wth
w?lieh in all his previous conteste he had'?d?mn?6tereJ
snohasirifc poakbaveat mat a full bm.v from it may
nlmor.; lie said to decide, the. ta'e of a b.aule. I he rea?
son of this was non- puufdly apparent on hi? agtin
eteppirg into tlie rim.'. In stopping on.3 of llssaaa'a
II MM DOOM blows it is sMpo ied mat out) of tlie boue?
of his light arm was broken, l eruun it ia tua', the
limb was frii'htlullv swollen, and so powenes? tl at ho
could only txunage'to support ?' lurois hi? ches*.. Froji
this tune, therefore, Severs tonght tbe rest of the bat?
tle with hi^ leti haiirl, only seeking every opportani'y
to etue tl e ?vitent pain ot the injured hut'i by >i>en'Ji/
the hand and resting it on hk sbsst or ribs. Qe, how?
ever, ac'vae. e.i asuKng, as did a!n?i flee: an, though the
natures of the latter were ?o dtbUrted aud svoll^a
that it wan hard to say w hat he vv?a ooing. Siyerr.
Butwi bstanstegtbo loin of hm ri?<ht arm, sti'l puabe 1
in. sad gaso the ainsiinai i.no:uer tearenl h;,,?\-%
whkh sent him s'agi.'erint' back, to have the blood ?
w iped from hir i.'.i?ned rboj SISO, w hile Bayers a? M lal
peeied m withu curious look to see whatmui.hiufhehad j
cone. Tbe blow, however, tboagh drotdfol to look |
a', seemed to have no et'ect m the strength of the
gaunt iron frsme ef the Ametican, who was oakhl? !
oot, and afteraom? sHghtasarnagagate hunched forth j
hiu poww 'id arm, ami striking8?Jen on the no-?j with
a blow Li,hi win bnuid all over tna meadow, he felled
bfaat like an o\. This round lasted 19 minutes, ?nd tbe
toaooatadso iktrsaaodnl M cioeo that ea;h bad t'.
bo osnrkd to hk sarser Tbosseoadl hui muchtodo
wi.h ?ponging iheir f?OM a:iO s isbing over the marks
i : it > i .ends ibflflgb soir.o of Ib-enan's SMBatd tea
deep to I Btoddlffd S)Hl in t'.:i? way. TiJie wag tenjd*
|y aabkd by the assy?res, and 11? ajnarisM testantly
rose; RoysniWM flNohkatgsffOMaittg np, thongh he
serfltsd aim -t fret<-,r.i' of tlie two, boti.it nearly to
strong ,\s seen as BnySta Wac in reach llecaan gav?
b<m a heavy blow over the eye, and aliuontitrmed a:.e
[f alter a ont nove lotMOMMthe anasbaadnoss
win. n MO h poor liayer? seeded all bnarbedInto
ot e. There was slight ?parring and botb e^iaanted
bits, all the pi out in this MflsSJIM species of ba.tor
1 sing on ?M side of the Amen -.an. H?yers drew hi l.
to fpit ihe b nod from hi." mouth, and wai Isnghod a',
by mil e ol Jleci.iu s MppSfteWi Au bkp?dsttt eonlli
t"ii, tensa ?i, n as saj?is, assossd s.ung by lbs SMobi
of tbi Am rteSM, and a,' 'ti Iprioging in, gave Heenan '
i bfoo \\ i eb asat bfan t >u?r ag ';a~k, following H up
with anotbor at.<) snoti m, uno a fonittims>MiiioaiQOS '
in i?>e in..nth. Heenan seem?-d stak>?,red by USSM '
leariui raatei ons, and notad nke idtaabso ma, tens
tag bhnosll so unguarded that if rkysn bsd had >bs
sssof )k tight snathe fight wonld hive sndedtben
and l'iei! A? H wm., boossor, Isysn denid not traut
htnesJf m the grip of an antu^onii-t r.) immHcseiy ha
in b ,Ji', weight, streng'.h, and lcng'a of'ar^i, '
H ? bo could ouiv fohow up hi? ,.'.\ nag? by giving '
BLothtr heavy blow with uir leu laths m ittth, and a i
mort wontsbd m n tal tato too Aanriesa'anba. which
s?.m,oed ail orsr the nissdow as it a box bad boss
suiaibed in. In aaSta?tO%fter, however, HeSOaaSSBO '
up trying to langh. but only to receive a still worm '
HowJm tM boo, wbteh ooserod lam with blood, and I
m ut Boyan bis mu rosbng ba. h ??om tba Ikroa of bk r
swnbiow. ; j short paaas, during which r
ron, ne asnal, scat >ied SOjrteosly the d;-eainl StfMt of >
Ins !.. t un, tud bum wnii b- u agaia, e*eh aaohaafl> ^
?', blows till hoto wsra eo?ored with hiioi- t
erpetully the Bsbsria Hoy, who iu the end nUted
?ad mt oal asi ely, awoohhag ,siTeri sown with m f
awful ?math. The MOnrisasMH of Savers'? right t
nun WM un n than nur HOifsat Is tin? ro.ind, which t
!..1er nearly V<> nhlWlSS, IU aaSSSsd una'. O >'><i to ,
?SOTS it It' m his rioe aid it WM fill Si Ml a tadosd for ?
liiui that bsMM h .n 'it inak.M very little use of his g
right, ttett men now seemed much itiairosnil. aud t
lleeuan presented au uwfnf aurhl His tees iv^k lob A ?
with apimrenily very BSOp lash wounds, aud the b
whole ot iho right ride of Ins laOS, Oye.aOM und
Bfootbwsn ?imply une bug? blue Inno. Bsyor?. tes h
was hugely nu.iiHhed about the imui'h, bot bin JaOl v
nid asid, thonrl. bloody, swollen, and nin h fHanol i
and, wore ?unset aatinl whw onnpand to than ef t?
in antagonist. Both were ??i-y 8!?w t? th,4 van 0f ,
Jais. Tlie Iteiii. i a Boy was tir,? out. Hayem thon i.
.itue ont and Heenan al ott-e, talaglag akawaot, I
BMSatet left into play, reached otSt Toma guari bee u
igiiiniiig, and knocked him down with a tee- n
ucudvuit blow, ?f,-iu Haian was out, tuougu ji
weak, Kai Heeaaa racked to force the flab
u ??; serli hit tbe other hard, aad a'ter a ally
strtigfrlo Sfc'ers got down, leagbrtg. At other roai
followed with weeb tbe taaie retort m to hitting, b
is the ?Joe* tfeeaaa lifted Styarsfrom the ground wl
' ease and Hang him down heav'4y. Bayern wm ev
1 dent-y distressed, "jd had not, the least chance
I e'otr-ng with hit powerful antagonist. Again there w
I a little struggle, and ?Uy ers at law got a heavy blow <
I Ifi-etian s left eye, tbe only one with which he coa
' now see, receiving in rotara a blow in th? chest, whf
he managed to get <!ow?. Bjth were very slow
I coming up a?' h, and Bayers being dodgsd roand i
' unnsJ, with his face to the eon, teem darz'ed; agai
the terrific long arm of the Ben'c:a Boy rime in, ar
j Hay?rs was knocked down and appa.Tiidy ha
i stunned. He required much care from his seconds b
fore be eame up agan, though when be did eo it i
! c-rce seemed to revive all hie vitfor. for be mac
! suipght Bt Hee?an and dealt hi? a blow in the fat
that was heard all oror the field. Hi? antagoni
seem*d or/hing loth to close for all thu, and gai
Haytrs almost 'n bada bio w in return, till they hoi
I closed, when Hater* had al) the best of It, aal, for tl
first and only th.v->, threw Hecnan heavily.
In a m'nnto both, though disiier-red, wen? at it agai:
and Hcenaa, wiUi a fearful blow, knocked Haye
half arrow the rirg. Another round ended, after
lew ?scfaai'gea, with the same r?sul?, except tbi
Say er? war eveu hare er hit, and seemed quite staune
Huango to sty, a'Ur theee trtmendout round
Bajero itil! ?ame np fie?b, arjd showed not half ?
a? fol marks of unniebmeut visible all over Heenai
who was now a disgusting BBJBBt Q'* kit hand wi
mccb swollen and p-iffy, ar-d his left eye was fa
! throhfeninL' t > close as irprneltably as his rient ha
! doce long oefore. IBs friends shonted to him from a
; parte of the rfarg to go in BPd fl?itrh Sayera by cloain
I with him, aa the latter could now only u?e one haud
; bnt Hcen-m in turn was ((?tt dp canttous, and did n<
ssem to like tbe kok ot IMBUMJ, into Bayers, wh<
! always cool end wary, never now threw ?. clianc
away. Several ronuds were fwO|tht after tbi? wit
? success moro or less varying, each taking and givin
j heavy blows, and writhing his bat:ered face int
| nah contortiorc aa Ddeht paw for ?miles. In a
! tbe cl.?t8 Heenan's immense etrengti prevailei
and he threw the Champion easily, till in both th
-'1st ard 8N round* Say em was knocked off hi
lapa, S?ll be eame up gayly though carefully, am
generally nrur.ngtd in most of the struggles to give on
or more of bis heaviest blows on Heenan s left eye
which was now almost gone like the other. Tne seem
gradually bee?mo one ot U>e most intense and bruta
exciiemtut liiere were shouts to Hecnan to keep hi
antagonist in the sun?to close with bJni aud soiail
him, as ho had on'y one arm, while 'he friend? o
Havers called to him to take his Urne, as the America)
w?'s fast blinding and mus: give in. Tne hew wert
even i_n both men, and then again varied with every
rotn d. When Sayera waj knecsed down almost ?em<t;
less under a tremendous btoW tnere were cheers froti
tbe Americans till the fields echoed a<ain, when wen
retorted by the Bag i?b whenever their champion sen'
hia huge opponent reeling back from the tremendom
flows whick were always dealt o-j the eyes. At this
time several policemen caije upon the seen*, ami
did their best to force their wjy into thttring; bal
the crowd, which now amounted'to tome 3,06a, kepi
(tie m back by rushixig on the ropaa, t ?tout ng and
llBBllug the combt'aiite- to the BBaoah Dariuif all
this the men fought on with vary iug hujc?8*, ?he heavy
" tbudo upon toe fsce of one o^the other being clear
above all the din. Saj-er? (teemed getting weaker each
time he v.-?? kno'ked" otTbk legs, ?r.i Heenan more
ai d more blind. It appeared all a chance whether tbe
English Chamj ion w.'U-d he atrwoh BBBBBkaBOB Heenan
remain si,btket, and at nis mer.iy. Sayera now tried
getting away, and loading h ? opponent rjund the ring.
in one of thtse iudb be gut a h?savy blow on the nek,
wbuh enabled his Bntagonkt to overtake h.m, when
thty dotad,Bad Sayers fell, Weer.an strkiug him a
heavy blow on the he?d while on the ground. Ao ap
pchi id foul pl?y was made, but it wan overrule.!,
as tbe blow was MBpoaad to be Strunk in the beat
of fiiibtini.', and HeniH ., it w?a truly said, oould
8<*rce!y see whether hw antagonist wai up or down.
The lighting wa? still very quick, Heeurji almost at
atcoag aa evei, and, tht u-h apparently wach di
tressed, trying to get it over before be quite hm hi
tdgki, Iu tbe il&h r"und Heeafi not Suyero'? head
andar hie left arm, aud, nppottbMJ hi'U'-cli' by the
atake witti his rigM, he'd h 8 opponent bent down,
as if he mean' to strangle hix. Sijers could no u .???
free tiajsell than ii'a muuii^ia wa? on him At latt
be got bis left arm free and gave Heeniu two dread?
ful blows un the face, covering them both with the
blued, but He?naa, without relaiing his hold, turned
himself ro as to get hie antatsouitl s neck ovjr the rope,
and then leunt on it with alf bia force 8ayer? rapidly
turneo b'ark in tbefaoe, and wcold have been strangled
on tbe spot but that the rake of the nog provide for
what would otherw se be f-t'-al oontingeucien. and both
the umpires called simultaneously to cut the ropes.
This ?u dote at ou ce, and both men fell heavily to the
ground, Say era nearly half strungled. Thepoliconow
made a determined enoit to interlere, which those pres?
ent seemed equally determined to prevent, aad the
rotes < f ?he ring laving been cut th* iaebsure iteelf
was inundated by a dense crowd, which acarcely left
the eeaioettntoetz square feei to fi^bt in. Umpire?,
iefcrees, and all were overwhelmed, and the whole
thing became a mere close mob round the
two meu fighting. Alter tbis four other rounds
were featht, ? the mid?t of this dense mtas of parti?
sans of ether aide, who, however, a'lowel the men to
fight in the f?ire?t way they couid, coasiateot with their
laving hurdly any room tc ferhtatall This, however,
wus, on tbe whole, unfair to Sayers, whose only chance
now lay in avoid ng the tremeodous blows of his an
tagonkt, Baahrat waoai aa ooatondod with only one
band, and who, though now as blind as abat, was still
possessed of nearly all his immense Bireogth, and, to a
little man like Sajer?. very nearly as formidable as
ever. Id these leoaaea aatattUBM Sayers xot awful
blows upon the head and body, aad sonieiiuici be man
a;<e'l to ?ive in re'.o'n his tremeadous lunges fall in the
disfigured face of bi? antagonist. At one time caps
were thrown up, and cheers given for Heenan a? hav?
ing won, when he knocked down Sajers, who would
cutir g io his feet and ??ive t.'ie American such stagger?
ing blows that be in tarn was hailed a? conqueror. At
length tbo police for. ed their .vay M where they WON
tiglning, in a spa e not much tarant thtn an or
dirary dinirg Babia, and the re'eree ordered them
at once to di-ccntinue. To do them justice, both
seemed very willing |o laawa < 3, and Heenan was
so blind that in the last round he could not BBS
Sayer?, bnt hit bia uwnspectin?? second a trem?n
dons blow in tbe face, whico knocked him head over
heel?. Both men then lift what had leeu the ring,
Bayera, thcc>b much blown and d-stres<<cJ, walking
firmly aiod ccollv away, with both his eyes opeu and
clear, lita right, arm, hoy ever w as he'pl?sfi, hie mou'h
and nose were dreadfully beaten, and the s de of h:s
koadaai forehead much p.ini.<v.rd. Bkaoaa wasai
rnot unreergtjiiable as ahuman bakaj, BO ilietdfcl
bad been his punishment ah cat fie face aid neck. Yet
be was sUll a? str-ms; on hts lege appa-etitly, as evjr.
lhaahata bis perfect trabin*. and, after leavlogthe
laid of battle, ue ran m nin ily as any of th? spoeta
loi-mid leaped over two small hedges. Toi?, how
-iver, wus a final effort, and be almost iusttutly afie:
ifcame so nttmlv ulna that he waa obliged to be led
>y tbe baud to tha traba.
How th? fiVht wou!d have teratfaated bat for the io
rrferarM at the police it is now literaliy quite io
NNafhia to say or e en BpeoaJata. At unv moment
lay etc m'trht bava got a blow whiel wiinld have
/ruck him almost fense?es?; wh'le if BeeaM cm!.I
lOolootd Wi k him tha C!,,<nij.i>n's rtlBBM would
iave been, perbi; ", a poo'one Ou the other hand,
?ayers waseuretuiiy aaoiaatf .his, and Saaaan'l sigbt
was so far kopo thaj in two or three minutes more he
foald bave Iain at tbe mercy it a child. As matters
<iw tdaad, the lyht i? adj mmed ttac rfi>,and the oaly
Baxoatka left is ct,e of astonishment teat Styers, wirft
me aim, should hi?vo so long contended, with succ?s*,
with such a furmid.'nle antat<oni?t, and ti i Hoonan
bould h -vd boTM bis feiTiti.- pDniabntaat wiinout hi?
UMgth 6B courage to light givmg way.
THE VOIOfl Of TBI KM*
J-'r.ii" II BBar1 MbOlO/cai Tim<*.
Iii Ulis i^siie will bo found .?n account of the impor'.
in-. Ight wbwb look place near Farnhorou:,'h, in
lamps) ire, England. We have therein given ? skef -h
it ;i" ehaaBpkaaof tha ghahanarial arena af Greece
nd Kome, BaBtJaahaf Uie history of t/i.tls of thew and
?new down to tbe BtaMBl "ay. Wo have noti-ed the
b.impii i ? of England, froti Fig? to S.kyer#, and we i
u?\e given ma;.y t!i tails which aaajaj >t fail to >>e of the '
if m? it kjBBrdat to aar re,?,;,-!?. We are, lioeeiver, oen- '
UaiMd to rat that lia nkt ahk bstatraotion, which
I lied to Mnoanee, ranc not hi ?cc-ordanoe !
n'h the vaunt? d bmhiHiiccbBtllltlBtai to priM-Aghdng
i ti priai ??..liters m eenwraij The heroinm akphtyed
y the Hi m n Boy, ai,d bk courMeouB beariug, weie '
leqoentl] applaaoed dnr'ng the light. Little, thei-e
re, aid the bbbm b?nde of Americans seated eroend i
bai riacexpoattobm it htahaaaw? That it was so, I i
ri berat ?tMarat,MdhabbccVvmbmbtooplainly, ?'
i han um mi ?ntica of ihaauiitcBt kMiaaad Wo have j'
o boattatloo Ib proaotmoing?foha c. Baaaaafeitiy en- j
tied to the duuaptoa'l Baal He knocked down hk I I
dveisaiy thirteen time?, aud, on one occasion, throw |
im like a frotf. |
At last, after a rally and a close, in which the com- t
utanio Inn/lied each other ou tbe ropes, anl the odds I
.ere 10 ?<> I ?n Hcciian, tho ctowd broke Into the ring n
i a meet rat?tuily n.aini?r, under a false pr?teuse Uiul ?
i? constables were interfering. These very c >nsta> c
!. s hat? Leu ou the ground doiitg half the batl'o, d
nd ?ris avorta to miikinp any attempt at MtBatT u. m
tit tl e roflltii?, set iog U>..* their nan aaWM be beitteu p
nd their money lost, iu?de tie pr?sence Bjf the po'ice w
u excuse, ami ..Uipped furiLer proceedings. At ihia tl
intiare Uie lioieroe ?laiued bia pake, most, anlorta- bt
11 ..i. . ' ? ??ana
nately, leaving all qosation of '? fair or foul" without
s deciding veie?. Three round? w?r? fought after ms
departure, as>d at tbe end of the third* the uproar was
tremendous, the ricgseeoer* were uotble to keep tb*
wob bar?, and tbe v e?o?y which woald in a few aiv
ntes have been awarded to John Heenan could oot hs
obtained!. The cowardly mob saw the laurels wi?hm
hi? gras*, And tore trecn away from hi? reach.
We acquit Tom skyer? of any foreknowledge of their
intention. He fought with the gamonees wshaveevsr
heard attributed to him; but bis partisan? had resolved
that he ahoald net lose, and ?e< ing thoir caas a despe?
rate me, they rasbsd ?brcngh the rope?. No appeal
eovld he made to tbe Beferee, for be MSnaaSd the mo
n.< rit the row began, or sk decision could no* all to
bave been in favor of He ?nan. That he won b?U
tie no ur biased person will doubt; that he deserve?
the " It?.It" we are positively certain. We. trust that
out readers will pernee with patience the account we
lay te/on them, a?d bellev? they will not think wa
spe.ik 'torn prejudice when we denounce the rioteae
conduct ci tVe crowd on Taesday as most difgraoefal,
most dastardly, and mort in famous. Thia ?ttatusfut
i lotmay in a measure account for the 11/*rral w*j in
wbicb ?orno people betted upon tbe English Chaxa> ?oo
-'bey were letolvcd to let thermal wio (if he coold) ;
but Lot to let him lose. We shall re ert to this subject
In onr regular (sine of Saturday next, by whim Urns
we shall be able to furnish additional particulars.
I rom litU't Lift m ?A/r.Jtm vl U? 17tv '
It is imperdible to extend our restarks on tbk g al?
lant fight to the length which it? merit? deserve. It
was, up to the unfortunate termination, decidedly the
very be.st championship fight wa ever witnessed. It was
to tbe time aforesaid fought oat with a manlne-., a
! harness, and a deterromation on both sides worhy of
I the highept commendation. Without an attempt at
? shifting, each scorned to take a mean advantage, and
loudty and repeatedly was each of them cheered,
. The game displayed on both side? was remarkabk.
II e grattoay ana bottom of T< m Bayers aretoopro
veibi?l to need further comment at our bands, bat as
Mttflhj rumors have been thing about to an anaat
that Heenan was destitute of those qaaliies, we deem
it right to exprese our belief that a gainer, more deter?
mined fellow, never pulled a sbirt oft*. His pniisO
ment was terrible, and yet be took it, round after
round, without flinching, and almost invariably with
a smile on his face. We aie bound to own that in
this, as i a bis talent, he has very agreeably
disappointed SS| an1* had we not known hi?
can cr, we certainly should never have set him do am
for a novice. He* haa an excellent delivery with
his lefr, which was as straight a? a dart, and early ui
the light wa? very heavy. It appear? to us, however,
that hie lands pre tot strong, for befbie half the ba'.tte
was eot thron/h bis left hm d wa? ?o much ?wailed as
to be almost useless, and this, doubtless, wa? fortunate
for Tern, who, with his right arm gone, could have,
made bnt a poor stand agaiLs.t sucia weapon had it
retained its original hardaebs. Of his rig'.,t Heenan
makes bnt Hule usa, hut this i? a quality he may yet
learn. Of hi? condaet ntthe coDclnaion of the bank
we i amie.t speak in too strong terms. We trust it was
OOneteasd by the ttate of excitement in which he wa?
owuif to the rimr been broken, and by the fact that,
being almo?t blind, he t >ol the unoffending sfotidi of
hi? opponent for some other persons. We anjre him
that such conCuct is not calculated to gain bin friands
in this ee uutry, and iba' il' he allow? ms temper to set
the belter of I'ii judgment a^iin in a similar way it may
co*t bim dear, i fr Tom 8a ers we need say no mor?
than tl at be ?ought the battle throughout with consum?
mate tact and judgment, and, com-iderin? that hi?
right arm (his principal weapon) was rendered almost
tittles from the commence tent, too much prat??
ca?.not be awarded to him for bis courage and cool?
ness. We are of opinion, even witboat that arm, that
he would eventually have piled through, had to?
fight been Unshed on tbe day ; bat it is u?elesa rpeo
liit ng on cases wh'rh may yet airain be brought on for
trial, and we shall therefore leave the pub i? to form
their own opinion?. On the 'piention of natouality, the
only petal that ha? been dec ded, and the ouly point in
our opinion reqoiriop dec ?too, is, that both England
and AnanteS aoreaai brave eons, and each ountry has
reason to be proud of the champion she ha- ?eleced.
Wnethor the match will be fcug.-.t out we cannot at
pre-* nt ?ay. Moth are, dou'jt'e?, auxiou? to have it
settltd; bnt, for * BTSelvss, were we asked, we would
say each ?.-j so gocd that he h deserving a belt, and we
Would call oo our countrymen to sube? ribe for such a
tro., hy as a leward for Been an? enterprise and bold
Maa m coming-, as he has done, to beard the British
Champion on his own trronnd. A meeting will doubt?
less be held shortly to decide what shall oe done, and
full pa'... alar? will a pear in our next. It t? impoesi
bl?? tor the battle to be fought- oat thk week, and we
may therefore at once stole tl at in that easo all bota
are cff. As to the conduct of some of the ring-Keeper?
and their inefficiency, we may have a worl to say in
hnm TA? ?+rd<m A??., Igt*
The lcrg-projected fight between John C. Heenan,
the Benic'ta Boy.apdJThomas Bayers, the Champion of
Kngland, took pL*ce yesterday. By 4 o'clock m tbe
morting the visitor? to tbe ecere of action were, con?
veyed from she London-bridge Station, and they
ali'.hted near Furnborough. Tb? tight lasted two
hours and tbr e m ?utes, du-iog wbicb rime thirty nine
round? were fought. Sayers drew " first blood." and
Heenan claimed the nrst knock down blow. Sayer?
did not show many signs of puntshmem, but his rignt
arm, or hi* " auctioneers," a? he calla it, was much in?
jured by hi.? tTttemp*? to ward off Heenan'? tremendoa?
Idows. Heenan once got tbe Cnampion? hetd under
his arm, and seemed about to strangle h:m; bat the
mob irterftred. The, referee sib?e*(Uently piled the
ring, and declared a drawn battle, but two or three
more ekbmisbes were mad?, Heenan seeming indit?<>r>
eut a? to whether he hi Sayer? or his secouds. The
mob of people at the tight at the fight wa? immense.
h'rvm Tht /xmJ?? AVicf, April 18.
We trust that tlie mo?t fastidious of our readers wiD
not ahkh the report of tlie great (?rest I'ri?e-|cigbt,
which we repnbbsb iron cotemporary column?. It i?
rot as " faithful chroniclers," as the member? cf oar
pnonatea are sometimes called, that we print the
account of the contest be ween Heenan and Sayers.
We have never ackoo.vledg'd, and ws never will
acknowledge, the obligation of conductors of new?
papais to become tae sympathetic recorder? of whav
ever takes j lice, jast because it happens to dad a eon
s?,;( rabio ?saeaio of anspart among the puobc.
Whbk so much of the good that is don? everv day il*
commonly held to be " unsoi'able for the commuoof
M,<wptiuper,'*it would be hard Indeed if we were
hound to mirror the woret aide of human nature.
Than are times, however, when ths kensitiveness
of quiet ea?y-going peop'e ought not to be ?pared,
and we think tfat hnglieb society which, fore
wumd for weeks, permitted tue exhibition
at Ash yesterday, has no right to complain at being
confront? d with it? hideous detail?. If there are any of
our lemleiB who cau peruse if without regret, we? ">nre?s
wo cannot print it w'ituout shame. Tnis brutal display
WOald net have taken place but for the countenance
the tight has received from persm? bettor instructed
than lbs clashes which are geuerally understod to
?uipport fhe pri/e ring. We live in time? of re*c':oa?
-'a! revivals. Because some new delusion? have U-eu
ietetted, old lies are welcomed back as credible, and
ntsry none of them is irrealer than tlia pr?tons? th*t
?Dc'ety ran be in any way renovated or ??.reugtaened
by tbe aystsote of two ana aWtabag in a ring until
heir distignred t.ces cease to have a human hksnes?.
If what losh place at A-h yeiterday i* good. W?
Mgbl to have, ui nt of a. Ws ooght to be able to ???
t at tbe Alhambra and elsewhere fir oar ?hil
it".', ne it under ?he ?auction of law aoi the'
rsgul tkoa of the police ; but if it is bat, it ought aot
> be illovv?d aaryarhsro, In a rotrlteg pria*
?wbUabed lant evenio?? ?? find the reruH>rk ins; ired at
tootardey'afigbt: " Wnen we saw the immense num
Nff Of Irtb?aMl Dia our hearts warmed, aud w?
iboogbt of the days of ear grand'.?'hers whew to?
rtenoss "Id Cortetbkas I loaed u|K>n tb?Kiuga??a
. fti uttefl vt' the cenutr?." Aud let the same aothor
ty tell what the--, lir?t^lass men cam? to see. Tb?
tnsrl i we are t .Id exoMi tlie admiration of he
npoMSta, " Hi? right eye was nearly hliuded ?srly
, t'. ?ontsstj abMtthe*??*roawd hb asftwaaatei
ist goteg to s'eep. H" ha 1 an awful 'picture gal?
et \ to kl k at. Ilk snout was like that of a ringed
?o;ir, and he bad fearful gashes in his cb?ek?, but still
Ml foogbt with tattoOKtebn pleeh. Wnen be bit hui
dews won nrrtfic, and sounded MaMoanafJhn
?iect?tois like tl o snob of it huu.!ug-whi|>. Jf
git aim of the Kiu<!iebui4U, we aro tcld, wa? di?*
ib'dl by a st^am ?'Hnuner hlojv from bis oppm?at ?*
ibout the sixth round. " lio wa? caught oo th? rep?*
Wies by kkaanddansd aiver??ry, who placed Ins??
icad in chancery, and on the second ?vaasii?a w^wa
,:.ve atiaagted ahn outright bad no* tk? rope? *??*"
And Ihk b the " BObh) art, ' to s?e which hundreds,
IkSfl d Ihoaaiads, pa-d their three gumeas a piece
trstarday. For Uri? the dav* of our grandfather?,
lerioniote Coriuituan?," ai-e to be ravi???.
i he ?in i !? . c out of the matterappear? io bo '-^tn#
LBMrtean, ii ana iu the iow?r of you'h, ?nra.1*'*'*
mger in the mm, ai>d three stone heavier than n? op^
cit.t, eai v gwW?I an adeautage ose? Sayer? t.*
beer ,ti. n^tb, dkablisg bk righ' arm, and ?>b*>P"
rue dir c-tiig ni* blows to theundefeneJei side. >?nat?
syond tbo vvell-ae^-talnid fact that Say?'r?1w,fK*
is'nof ?kill Bad mrtitude, wa?tob? uught bf ?<?
n filet of two men so unequally matcihsd, w? c*nno
i n? ? i ve. It i* given out thut u/the conflict i? m? m>
soided it niuit of Leces ity b? reeumed aud <?n<in?ea
vwedayoraroiher. Wo trust MS. No* ,ln,l *?
ibrk, winch hasgrevvn up?lmo?t withoat kaowinji
hat pri?e Iahte aie, baa been made acouaiu'ed wiw
WET ti ue character, wo rnav expect that it will IMM1
Mors another ?aaibition hk? ths great fight of Mfan