| CHARGE OF MURDER.An inquest was held in Nenagh Court-house on Wednesday, on the body of a boy named Pat Collins, aged about fourteen years, who had been found dead that morning about five o'clock, at the back of the garden wall of Mr. James Acres, residing in Bourne's-lane. From the evidence at the inquest, it appeared that the deceased was in the act of getting over the garden wall, when John Deely, a man in care of the garden, fired at him, and lodged the contents of a gun in his face and head, killing him on the spot. The unfortunate boy presented an awful appearance ; his face was literally shattered to pieces. Neither Mr. Acres nor Deely had a license to carry arms. The jury returned a verdict of wilful murder against the prisoner.Nenagh Guardian.|
| On the 24th inst., at the Bank-house, Midleton, Mrs. Edmond S. Coppinger, of a son.
On the 21st inst., at Bandon, the Lady of Wm. C. Sullivan, Esq., of a son.
August 26, at his residence, Parson's-green, Stillorgan, the Lady of E. T. Corcoran, Esq., of a daughter.
Aug. 16, at Cumberland-terrace, North Circular-road, the Lady of Samuel Vincent, jun., Esq., of a son.
August 21, at 9, Eaton-terrace, Eaton-square, the Lady of the Hon. Sir Arthur Buller, of a daughter.
August 15, at Brighton, Lady Katherine Evans Freke, of a daughter.
In Waterford, the Lady of John Allingham, Esq., of the Provincial Bank of Ireland, of a son.
August 19, at Newcastle-on-Tyne, the wife of Major Fraser, of the 28th Regt., of a son.
August 24, at Galway, the wife of Major Borton, of the 9th Regt., of a daughter.
August 19, at 14, Lower Pembroke-street, the Lady of William Westropp Brereton, Barrister- at-Law, of a daughter.
August 24, at Lower Mount-street, Dublin, the Lady of Thos. Lloyd, Esq., of twins, son and daughter.
August 21, at Surrey Lodge, Booterstown, the wife of William Macartney, Esq., of a daughter.
August 21, at 91, Lower Dorset-street, the wife of the Rev. Francis Baker, Vicar of Balrothery, county Dublin, of a son.
June 27, at Kirkee, the wife of J. Percy Smith, Esq., Lieutenant and Adjutant, 10th Royal Hussars, of a daughter.
| Aug, 25, in the Catholic Church, Baldoyle, by the Rev. William Molony, S.J., George Waters, Esq., barrister-at-law, to Adelaide Mary, youngest daughter of the late Charles Hamilton Teeling, Esq., of Belfast.
August 24, in Limerick, James J. Barry, Esq., to Jane, eldest daughter of the late D. M'Mahon, Esq., of Corbally, near that city.
August 24, in Monkstown Church, by the Very Rev. the Dean of Dromore, assisted by the Rev. Charles Seaver, Thomas Seaver, of Heath-hall, county Armagh, Esq., to Maria Nicholina, only child of the late Stephenson Seaver, Esq.
August 21, at St. George's Church, by the Hon. and Venerable the Archdeacon of Kilmore, Hugh Massey Reade, of St. James's Cottage, Kilkenny, Esq., to Ellen, daughter of the late Edward Ryan, of Kilferra, county Kilkenny, Esq.
August 15, at Paris, Monsieur H. L. Falret, to Sarah Elizabeth, daughter of Hugh M. Tuite, Esq., of Sonna, county Westmeath.
| We have heard that Mr. J. C. Delmege was unable to obtain the assistance of labourers to cut down his corn this week. His men have been every day in the market to hire labourers, and though they have offered half a crown a-day, there was not a labourer in the market would engage with him.Limerick Examiner.|
|We regret to announce the death after a protracted illness of Eugene O'Neill, Esq., M.D., the Moral Governor of the Lunatic Asylum, which event took place on the 25th inst.
At Bandon, on the 24th inst., aged 21 years, John Edward, only surviving son of John O'Brien, Esq., and brother of the late James J. O'Brien, Solicitor, of this city.
On the 23d inst., at Mary Ville Cottage, Western-road, Mr. John M'Auliffe, aged 23. The severe studies of the medical profession which he followed, and in which he already shewed great ability, induced consumption of which he died, deeply regretted by his sorrowing friends, and the poor at whose calls he was at all times ready. He died resigned and trusting in the blood of Christ.
On Friday, the 20th inst., at Mallow, Mr. Geo. Laffan, of Cork, in the 32d year of his age.
August 21, at Bundoran, Martha Hawley, wife of Col. Archdall, of Castle Archdall, county of Fermanagh.
December 30, drowned, whilst bathing in the Ballovira River, at Surat, in the district of Mazanoa, New South Wales, Wm. Hope, the beloved son of John De Renzy, Esq., of Clonegal, county of Carlow, aged 27 years.
August 15, at Bad-Weilbach, near Mayende, on the Rhine, Dr. Herbert Mayo, formerly Senior Surgeon to the Middlesex Hospital, and Professor of Physiology at King's College, London.
August 25Wind S.S.E.
| ARRIVEDFalcon, M'Larty, Moulmein, Sunderland, timber ; Maid of Erin, Perkins, Southampton, Cork, hoops ; 3 Colliers.
Off and received orders for LiverpoolFalcon, from North Carolina.
SAILEDPallas, Young, Quebec, emigrants ; Mary, Howell, St. John's, do. ; Venus, Banks, Limerick, maize ; Wanderer, M'Carthy, Newport, ballast.
|August 26Wind W.|
| ARRIVEDMountaineer Steamer, Stickney, St. John's, Liverpool ; Minerva Steamer, Gleaner, Roberts, Bangor, Cork, slate ; Rebecca and Elizabeth, Williams, Newcastle, Cork, general ; 5 Colliers.
SAILEDQueen Esther, Cremj, Constantinople, ballast ; Devon Dockyard Lighter ; Wave, Dickson, Newry, maize ; Eros, Aspgran, Eastport, ballast ; Ajax steamer.
Off PortThe Woodstock, from Callao.
CORK IMPORTS AND EXPORTS.
| IMPORTS, AUGUST 25.3558 deals, 4215 staves, 363 pieces fir, 20 pieces oak timber, 80 tons hemp.
EXPORTS.1144 firkins butter, 12 sacks oatmeal, 513 sacks barley, 111 sacks oats, 98 casks porter, 8 bales rags, 25 bales feathers, 152 boxes eggs, 97 pigs, 130 lambs, 72 sheep, 23 horses, 20 tons Indian corn, 7½ tons 44 sacks wheat, 180 bundles coir yarn, 8 bales flax, 7 hhds. skins, 25 bags hair, 22 bags bones, 6 bales leather, 4 cases magnesia, 7 boxes linen, 30 sacks flour, 67 packages sundries.
IMPORTS, AUGUST 26.169 casks soda, 9 casks paint, 80,000 wood hoops.
EXPORTS.539 barrels oats, 5 tons oatmeal, 45 tons silex, 18 barrels beef, 165 boxes tin, 2100 barrels gunpowder, 25 tons Indian corn, 2 mill wheels, 100 kilderkins porter.