| At the Mardyke Parade, Cork, on the 2nd inst., the wife of Thomas Fuge, Esq., of a daughter.
On the 29th Nov., the wife of Mr. John Martin, City-quay, Dublin, of a son.
On the 30th Nov., at No. 11, Mountjoy-square North, the wife of John Lloyd Blood, of a daughter.
At Clonmoney House, county of Clare, the wife of Matt. Cabby, Esq., J.P., of a daughter.
On the 28th ult., at Strokestown, the wife of Valentine Fawless Trenor, Esq., M.D., of a daughter.
At Trimleston Lodge, Dundrum, county of Dublin, the wife of Edward A. Vicars, Esq., of a daughter.
Nov. 21, at 70, Mabbot-street, Dublin, the wife of Mr. J. F. Barry, of a son.
Nov. 28, the wife of Mr. William Murphy, 116, James's-street, Dublin, of a son.
Nov. 23, at Bantis House, county Tipperary, the wife of Edw. Kennedy, Esq., of a son and heir.
| On the 1st inst., by the Rev. Mr. Hay, of the R. C. Cathedral, Dublin, at St. Kevin's Chapel, Dublin, George Sigerson, M.D., to Miss Hetty Varian, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Amos Varian, of this city.
On the 30th ult., at Clonpriest Church, by the Rev. Maurice Hewson, William Fleming, Esq., Solicitor, of Midleton, to Louisa Amelia, youngest daughter of the late William Hall, Esq., of Burgess Upper.
On the 28th Nov., in St. Mary's, Dublin, William Edward, eldest son of Mr. David Welsh, Mountjoy-square, to Elizabeth Jane Graham, eldest daughter of Mr. K. Doyle, of Beech-hill, co. Dublin.
At Sydney, New South Wales, Allen, son of the late Captain R. Houghton, of Wellington, New Zealand, to Joanna Banim, daughter of the late John Burke, Esq., of Kilkenny, and niece of J. Banim, the celebrated Irish novelist.
On the 27th ult., Bessie Shaw, third daughter of the Rev. Jeremiah M'Cheane, rector and vicar of the union of Kilmoganny, county of Kilkenny, to Purefoy Poe, Esq., solicitor, of Upper Temple-street.
On the 23rd ult., at Queenstown, J. P. Serrurier, Esq., of H.M.'s War Department, to Caroline, widow of the late William Mooney, Lieutenant R.N.
On the 25th ult., at St. Jude's Church, Dublin, the Rev. Richard O'Brien, A.M., to Wihelmina, daughter of Major Kirkman, late Rifle Brigade, Barrackmaster of Richmond Barracks.
On the 28th ult., at Monkstown Church, Dublin, Edwin Rickard, seventh son of the late John Thomas Lloyd, of Farmley, Dundrum, county Dublin, Esq., to Dorothea Eugenia, eldest daughter of the late Henry Robert Harvey, of Kyle, county Wexford, Esq.
Nov. 28, at the Church of St. Mary Star of the Sea, Irishtown by the Very Rev. Dr. O'Connell, Thomas Fitzgerald, Esq., solicitor, youngest son of the late David Fitzgerald, Esq., to Mary, only daughter of Michael Keogh, Esq., Geevagh, county Sligo, and grand-daughter of the late John Keogh, Esq., Mount Jerome, county Dublin.
Nov. 27, at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Marlborough-street, by the Rev. Wm. Fortune, All Hallows College, Robert Cardiff Crean, Esq., M.D., to Johanna Josephine, second daughter of the late Walter Stafford, Esq., Wexford.
Nov. 27, at Monkstown Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Thomas Sill Gray, rector of Stillorgan, brother to the bride, Wm. Graham, Mountjoy-square, solicitor, to Mary Jane, daughter of Robert Gray, Esq., of Temple-hill, county Dublin.
Nov. 25, in the Chapel of Kinvara, Michael Butler, Esq., of Garrick-hill, county Clare, to Emily Anne, daughter of J. Mahon, Esq., Northampton, county Galway.
Nov. 27, at St. Malachy's Church, Belfast, by the Most Rev. Dr. Dorrian, Coadjutor Bishop of Down and Connor, Mr. John O'Neill, architect, Belfast, to Margaret, youngest daughter of the late Patrick M'Auley, Esq., Belfast.
Nov. 27, at St. Michan's Church, North Anne-street, Mr. James Frew, to Agnes, second daughter of Mr. P. Carroll, 71, Upper Dominick-street.
| On the 30th Nov., at Glanmire House, Miss Morrogh.
On Sunday morning, Dec. 1st, at his residence, Bachelor's-quay, Mr. Samuel Millbank, coal merchant, deservedly and sincerely regretted.R.I.P.
On the 26th ult., at the Queen's Hotel, Queenstown, Richard Butler Stoney, Esq., Lieutenant Royal Artillery, aged 22, second son of Thomas Butler Stoney, of Portland, co. Tipperary.
On the 29th Nov., at West-street, Drogheda, William Campbell, Esq., merchant. Mr. Campbell was an Alderman of the Drogheda Corporation since 1843, and once filled the office of Mayor.
On the 26th ult., at Blackwall, a few days after her return from Madras, Elizabeth, relict of Eyre Burton Powell, Esq., late Comptroller-General of Inland Revenue, Ireland, aged 60.
On the 1st inst., Esther, relict of the late George Fair, aged 80 years.
On the 28th ult., at West End, Mallow, Elen, wife of Homan Haines, Esq., aged 77 years.
On the 24th ult., at his residence, The Cottage, Ennistymon, county Clare, Dr. Charles Finucane, M.R.S.L., in the 44th year of his age.
On the 26th ult., at his residence, 2, Tenterden-street, Hanover-square, London, aged 71, James Adolphus Moore, Esq., R.M.A., grandson of Sir Emanuel Moore, Bart., county of Cork.
At 75, Great Brunswick-street, Dublin, Mr. Wm. Roberts, professor of elocution, aged 76 years.
Nov. 25, at 140, Stockell-street, Glasgow, Mr. Bruce Norton, comedian, of the Theatre Royal, in his 42d year.
Nov. 27, in Parliament-street, Kilkenny, Maryanne, the beloved child of Mr. Richd. Brennan, aged 9 years.
Nov. 23, in Lower Gardiner-street, Miss Ellen O'Brien, daughter of the late James O'Brien, Esq., of Quinpoole, county Clare.
Nov. 27, at Summer-hill, the widow of J. F. Sargent, Esq., of Limerick, formerly relict of the Rev. J. S. Rainsford, of St. Michan's.
On the 27th, inst. [sic], at Glanmire-terrace, Ranelagh, of consumption, Eliza Margaret Wilkinson, sixth daughter of the late Lieutenant-Col. A. Wilkinson, of the 18th Regt. of Infantry, and of Fort lewis, in this county.
On the 21st, inst. [sic], in Paris, Caroline Louise de la Belinaye, widow of Michael Burke Honan, Esq.
| The Lord Chancellor has appointed Thomas O'Neill, merchant, to be a Magistrate for the Towns of Carrick- on-Suir and Larrickbeg, under the Act 17 and 18 Vic. (Towns Improvement Act).|
| Sir John Dean Paul, it is said, has, within the last few days, contracted a matrimonial connection. The lady who is to be his third wife, is stated to be a daughter of the late Thomas Bugden, Esq., of Holmesdale House, Surrey, and Beauheu, Jersey.Globe.|
| The Espero of Turin announces that M. Franklin de Saint-Bon, an officer of the Italian navy, has been sent to England to purchase ten steam-transports and twelve gun-boats.|
| CONVERSION.The Rev. Hugh Weightman, M.A., of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, for several years and until recently curate of St. George's, Hanover-square, has been lately received into the Catholic Church by the Very Rev. Monsignor Manning. The rev. and learned gentleman was called to the bar by the Hon. Secretary of the Inner Temple in May, 1843, and practised for some years in London and on the Oxford circuit with considerable success. It is Mr. Weightman's intention now to resume his practice as a Catholic layman. Tablet.|