|KILLARNEY, FRIDAY.Another specimen of what I might almost call a case of faction fighting though not altogether originating from old family feuds, was heard on Wednesday at the Petty Sessions before J. M. Bernard, M. J. O'Connell, Henry Leahy and Daniel M'Carthy, Esqrs. The particulars of what transpired in evidence are as follows :A number of women and boys were proceeding home to Kilcummin on the night of the 4th of this month in a common cart. Among them was a man named M'Key, a national teacher in that parish. Having proceeded as far as the hospital lodge, quite convenient to this town, two men named Daniel Crowley and Daniel D. Crowley were seen to walk by the side of the car. No particular notice was taken of them as the night was dark, but in a few minutes Daniel Crowley was seen to raise his hand, in which was a hammer, and inflict a blow of it on the head of M'Key, which cut him and broke his front teeth, and knocked him senseless for about ten minutes. No further attempt was made on any of the other parties, and M'Key having reached home, had his wounds dressed. Having stated that he would have satisfaction, his words he carried into effect, and the result was that Crowley was sent for trial to the assizes.
Daniel Denis Crowley was subsequently tried for assaulting a respectable harmless man named Thomas Healy, resident of the same parish. The offence having been proved, Crowley was sent to prison for one month.
| July 10, in Limerick, the wife of Charles Simmons, Esq., of a son.
On the 3rd inst., at Farnham, Surrey, the wife of Major Bligh, 41st Regiment, of a son.
On Wednesday morning, the 10th inst., at 73, Eaton- place, London, the Hon. Mrs. Pakenham, of a son.
| On the 9th inst., at the parish church of Steynton, Pembrokeshire, by the father of the bride, assisted by the Rev. Canon Thomas, vicar of the parish, Harriet Mary, fourth daughter of the Rev. Thomas Brigstocke, B.D., Incumbent of St. Catherine's, Milford, and Rector of Whitton, Radnorshire, to Henry Tivy Tomkins, Esq., C.E., of Devizes, Wilts, and fourth son of W. J. Tomkins, Esq., of this city.
On the 10th inst., John Rumley, eldest son of the late John Holland, Esq., solicitor, to Mary Taverner, daughter of Mr. Edward Turkington, and grand-daughter of the late Peter Bolton, Esq., Ennis, county Clare, Lieutenant 88th or Connaught Rangers.
On the 10th inst., at Milltown R. C. Church, by the Rev. T. MacCormick, Jas. T. Mallins, Esq., to Margaret Alice, youngest daughter of the late Andrew Casey, of Dublin.
On the 15th May, at Anarkullee, Lahore, by the Rev. the Chaplain of Lahore, Denis Charles Shea, Esq., of the office of the Lieutenant-Governor of the Punjaub, to Amelia Grace, only daughter of John Mitnish, Esq., of the Military Department of the Chief Commissioner's office in the Punjaub.
July 9, by special license, in St. Laurence O'Toole's Catholic Church, North Strand, Dublin, by the Rev. Wm. Purcell, assisted by the Rev. Messrs. Horgan and O'Donnell, Edward Holahan, Esq., Capel-street, to Maria Imelda, eldest daughter of John Kavanagh, Esq., North-wall.
At Probus, Cornwall, W. H. Barry, Esq., Captain 73rd regt., second son of the late Major Barry, of Kilbolane Castle, county Cork, to Julia, eldest daughter of the late Henry Everett, Esq., of Salisbury.
| Suddenly, on the 11th inst., at his residence, No. 12, Hardwicke-street, Isaac Biggs, Esq., of this city.
On the 9th inst., at Templenacarriga, Midleton, in the 99th year of his age, Patrick Cull. He retained his faculties to the very last ; and so unexpected was his death, that on the previous evening he took his usual walk, a distance of nearly two miles. He was considerably the oldest man in that part of the county.
On the 7th inst., at his residence, Grace Dieu, Waterford, after a protracted illness, George Saunders, aged 67 years.
|LAKES OF KILLARNEY.|
|ARRIVALS at Finn's Royal Victoria Lake Hotel.Sir Cavendish F. Foster and suite, Essex ; Mr. Mrs. Hugh Buley, Widsbury, Manchester ; Rev. G. A. and Miss Fenrie, Jersey ; Captain Meguil Lobo, Spanish Navy ; Mr. J. Montner and family, Clapton, London ; Mr. W. H. Sheratone and family, London ; Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, Cape of Good Hope ; Mr. and Miss Young, Hanover Square, London ; F. E. Stuart, Esq., Jermyn-street, London ; Major J. E. Hope, R.A., Pembroke ; Messrs. J. F. Armia, R. Morton, E. Hadfield, J. F. Lucas, G. Lewis and J. Finlay, Liverpool ; Col. and Mrs. Mackeon, Cheltenham ; Mr. Stephenson, ditto ; Mr. and Mrs. Cox and family, Alabama, U.S.A. ; Mr. and Mrs. Parsons and family, New York ; Mr. and Mrs. Stephenson, Isle of Wight ; Mr. and the Misses Hodgson, Enfield ; Mr. Randall and family, Oxford ; Mr. S. J. Ahern, New York ; Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Taylor, Huddersfield, Yorkshire ; Mr. and Mrs. Ross Saulteen, Belfast ; Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Barrett, Armagh ; the Misses Whitty, Athestone ; Mr. and Mrs. S. Taylor, Old Trafford ; Mr. and the Misses Monsley, Manchester ; Messrs. J. R. Henderson, J. P. Wright, and G. Kay, Dublin ; Mr. and Mrs. Ebenezer Peacock, London ; Mr. and Mrs. J. Ponly, Tottenham, London ; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde, Kingstown, Canada ; Capt. and Mrs. Burrowes, Brighton ; Mr. and Mrs. Carnegie, London ; Mr. and the Misses Oliver, London ; Mrs. H. Ward and family, Bayswater ; Mr. and Miss Whitehouse, Bayswater ; Mr. and Miss Ravenshaw, Hoxton ; Mr. Henry J. Baker and Son, New York ; the Rev. A. Longacie, American Embassy, Paris ; Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Leicester, Kensington ; Mr. and Master Fitzpatrick, Donegal ; Mr. and the Misses Downs, Northampton ; Mr. Mrs. and Miss Scien, ditto ; Major Dalton and family, Ealing, near London ; the Misses Wilson, London ; Messrs. J. Bridge, H. Magetts, G. Fletcher, and T. Dickfield, Manchester ; Mr. and Mrs. Keeley and party, Canada ; Mr. E. F. and Miss Ryan, Belfast ; Colonel Lofton Hill and the Misses Hill, Plymouth ; Lieut-Col. Allen and party (6), London ; Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson, Northampton ; E. F. M'Manus, New Orleans ; Mr. and Mrs. Osborne, Plymouth ; Mr. E. Tomlinson, London ; Messrs. Christy, Blake, Anstruther, Pollard, Duncan, Deverell, Hayle, Saunders, Hghae, and Warren ; Mr. and Mrs. Faucett and family, Surrey ; Sir Charles Macleon, Bart., family and suite.
| It is reported that Baron de Vedil had been arrested at Paris for the attempted murder of his own son.|
|AN assembly of Council will be held, by adjournment on Monday next, 15th July inst., at 1 o'clock, p.m., at the Council Chamber, City Court House, to consider the following Motions, notice of which have been given :By Alderman M'Carthy, that the Council request the Mayor, the City Members, and the member for Dungarvan, to constitute themselves a deputation, to bring under the notice of the Parliamentary committee of transatlantic communication, now sitting, and of the government, the capabilities of the port and harbour of Cork. By Councillor O'Flyn, that the regulation, or order, obliging manure to be drawn and shipped at night be rescinded. By Councillor Julian, that the resolution of Council, of the 8th of January last, transferring the management of the Pipe Water business to a committee of the whole Council, be rescinded, and that the former committee, consisting of fourteen members be appointed. By same, that the order or regulation of Council, continuing the payment of £40 a-year to the warden of Blackrock Castle, be rescinded. By Councillor Keane, that one o'clock being the hour fixed for the Council to meet, should the number required by law to proceed to business be not in attendance at fifteen minutes after that hour, the Council should there and then adjourn. By Councillor Hegarty, that the engineer and law agents be dismissed, for the non-performance of their duties, but which the rate-payers have been sadly disappointed and put to much unnecessary expense ; to pass accounts and for general business.|