Pawn and Two: This game was played in the Vizayanagaram tournament, which was the secondary tournament at London 1883.
The Vizayanagaram tournament was won by Bardeleben with a score of 21 1/2 (+19 -1 =5), his only loss was to Gattie.
Fisher finished second with a score of 20 1/2 (+20 -4 =1).
Other notable players, such as MacDonnell, 3rd place with 19 1/2, and Gunsberg, 4th place with 19, also competed in the Vizayanagaram tournament.
The tournament book stated that Bardeleben's play throughout was vigorous and accurate.
Mr. Fisher was referred to as a well-known English provincial player (he was from Cheltenham). The tournament book noted that his close second place finish was the result of cautious, careful play.
I do not know which round this game was played in, but as only one point separated the first two players, this game could be considered the deciding game of the tournament.
My BCM reprint of the London 1883 tournament did not include the games from the Vizayanagaram tournament.
However, it did include in the errata section, this interesting statement, regarding the Fisher - Bardeleben game: <add to note H, "both players failed to notice that the move made allowed mate on the move, by 27. Q t.P, mate. This mate was also overlooked by all who examined the game previous to publication.">