Cork Examiner, Cork, 24 Jan 1845
CURRAGH COURSING MEETING
THE CUP - THIRD TIES
Sylvia beat Shawnbuoye.
Brocard beat Mischief.
Flyaway ean a bye.
CURRAGH, JAN. 20 -- Sylvia being entitled to the bye in the
4th ties, ran it on Saturday evening, when the meeting
adjourned to Monday, when, in consequence of the heavy fall
of snow, it was impracticable to go on. Sylvia, therefore,
received some money and divided the stakes with Flyaway and
the Cork bitch Brocard.
Sunday, at Myshal, Carlow, a boy named James Loughlan, aged
twelve years, dropped dead after drinking six glasses of
whiskey in a public house.
Cork Examiner, Cork, 29 Jan 1845
At Moneens, in this county, on the 28th inst., John Splaine, Esq.
At Kenmare, county Kerry, on the 24th inst., of croup, after an illness of
two days, Eugene Michael, the beloved son of Mr. Morty O'Sullivan, of that
town, aged three years and five months.
At his seat, Riddlestown Park, in the county Limerick, on the 22d inst.,
deservedly and universally regretted, Gerald Blennerhassett, Esq., J.P.
and D.L., formerly High Sherriff of that county, and Commandant of the
late Riddlestown Yeomanry Hussars.
Last week, at his cottage, near Killorglin, Eusebius M'Gillycuddy, Esq.,
eldest son of the late F. C. M'Gillycuddy, Esq., for many years
Sub-Sherriff of the co. Kerry.
On the 17th inst., in her 60th year, Ellen, relict of the Rev. Dr. Henry,
of Randalstown, daughter of the late P. Shouldham, Esq., co. Longford, and
mother of the present Dr. Henry, of Armagh.
On the 20th inst., at St. Heller's, Jersey, Maria, the beloved wife of
Major J. L. Smith, Royal Artillery.
On the 21st Dec., at Granada, West Indies, Francis P. Stewart Mackenzie,
Lieutenant 71st Highland Light Infantry, and Fort Adjutant there, second
son of the late Right Hon. J. A. Stewart Mackenzie.
On the 24th inst., after an illness of short duration, at the residence of
her son, the Rev. Arthur Champagne, at Milltown, in the county Limerick,
Mary, relict of the late Rev. Gustavus Wybrants, Vicar of Askeaton, in the
diocess of Limerick, and of Castle Lyons, in the diocess of Cloyne.
The Trustees of the Blind Asylum gratefully acknowledge the
receipt of One Pound from his Worship the Mayor, and One Pound
Eighteen Shillings collected by Mrs. Sampson T. French of
On the 22d inst., Nicholina Frances, youngest daughter of the
Rev. Nicholas Gosselin of Tashinny Glebe, to John W. Greer, Esq.,
of Woodville, Lurgan, county Down, eldest son of George Greer,
Esq., of same place.
On the 23d inst., the Rev. Samuel Waldegrave, Fellow of All Souls
College, Oxford, second son of the Hon. Captain William Waldegrave,
R.N., to Jane Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lady Jane Pym.
On Sunday last, Mr. Mathew Larkin, of Athlunkard, to Mary, eldest
daughter of Mr. James Foley, of Caherconlish.
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