| Mr. Wakely, the coroner for Middlesex, has expired, either
at Madeira or on his way home.
| June 1, at 2, Appian Way, the wife of William Russell,
Esq., of a daughter.
On the 2d inst., at 8, Leinster-street, Dublin, Mrs. C.
Berkeley Molyneux, of a son.
May 30, at Raheny, the wife of William J. Molyneux, of a
May 30, at Somerset House, Laurencetown, the wife of Wm.
Seymour, Esq., of a son and heir.
May 29, at Cheltenham, the wife of Major-General Conran, of a
June 2, at Tarbert, the wife of Mr. James M'Enery, of a son.
May 30th, at the Rectory, Croom, Limerick, the wife of the
Rev. Henry Robert Bayly, of a son.
| May 31, at the British Embassy, Paris, and subsequently at
the Parish Church, Passy, by the Rev. Wm. Dillon, C.C., Clontarf, Dublin, John
Joseph Clarke, Esq., of Upper Gloucester-street, Dublin, to Emily, eldest
daughter of Christopher Rafferty, Esq., of Passy, Paris.
June 2, at Haddington-road Chapel, Dublin, by the Rev. P.
Smith, D. W. Moran, Esq., of Milltown House, county Wicklow, brother to the
Right Rev. Dr. Moran, R.C. Bishop, Grahamstown, Cape of Good Hope, to Annie,
only surviving daughter of the late Dr. Robert Cane, of the city of Kilkenny.
June 2, at Trinity Church, Rathmines, by the Rev. Clement
Richardson, A.M., George Alexander, son of John Robinson, of Drumcondra-terrace,
Esq., to Emily, daughter of the late Daniel Molloy, Esq., solicitor.
June 2, at the Catholic Church, Ballymun, by the Rev. Ambrose
M'Garry, James Dwyer, Esq., of Lower Gardiner-street, Dublin, to Kate, eldest
daughter of the late Alderman Farrell, of Ellen Field, county Dublin.
| On the 3d of June, inst., at Blair's Castle, Cork, aged 27
years, Thomas Patrick Windele, M.D., eldest son of John Windele, and late
surgeon in the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Service.
On the 2nd inst., at Passage West, aged eleven weeks, Bernard
Wilson, only son of John E. Sheridan, Esq.
April 6, at Maryland, Cumberland, U.S., from the effects of
wounds received in the action at Bloomery, while acting as Aide-de-Camp to
General Lander, Capt. Fitzjames O'Brien, the beloved and only son of Mrs. De
At Hants, suddenly, Capt. Napoleon Héroguelle, son-in-law to
Ralph Evans, Esq., of Corker, county Cork.
Yesterday morning, at the Mall, Tralee, of water on the brain,
Thomas, aged eight months, the infant son of Mr. Maurice Mahony.
May 21, at New York, Thomas Lunham, Esq., late of Dublin.
May 30, at Corrig-avenue, Kingstown, aged 84 years, Ann,
relict of John Ball, Esq., barrister-at-law, of Upper Gardiner-st.
At the Adelaide Hospital [Dublin], Richard Sherwood,
solicitor, many years clerk of the Insolvent Debtors' Court, Dublin.
May 29, Richard Conway Dobbs, Esq., of Glendon Lodge, county
On the 2d instant, at Northumberland-avenue, Kingstown,
Bridget, relict of the late Michael Hoey, Esq., of Newcomen-terrace, Dublin.
(Before the RECORDER and a jury.)
Baldwin v. Bradford.
| This was an action brought by Mr. Wm. Baldwin, of
Lisardagh House, against Mr. Wm. Bradford, of Patrick- street, for a sum of
£20, under the following circumstance : It appeared that in the month of
November last, Mrs. Baldwin sent a gold watch to Mr. Bradford to be cleaned. In
the month of January last the watch was returned with the cylinder broken. Mrs.
Baldwin sent the watch back, demanding that it should be repaired free of all
cost, and Mr. Bradford has not since returned it.
The defence set up was that the cylinder was broken at the
time the watch had been sent to Mr. Bradford's, and that he was quite ready to
give it up on the cost of mending the cylinder being paid.
His Worship suspended the decree and directed the watch to be
given up, Mrs. Baldwin paying 7s. to Mr. Bradford.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE—CORK HARBOUR.
June 3, 1862.
| ARRIVED—Minnahaha, Perry,
New York, maize ; J. Blenkhern, Coalfleet, London, government
stores, for Halifax ; Tuohy, Gartner, Valparaiso ; Henry Buch,
Nicholas, Matanzas, molasses.
|(By Magnetic Telegraph.)
| ARRIVED—Espero, New York ;
Edmiston, Hamburg, for Cork.
OFF—Wings of the Morning,
Barbadoes, went to London ; Landyhrn, Rio Della Hache.
SAILED—Palestrina, for Cardiff
; Zephyr, Liverpool ; Elizabeth, Antwerp ; Corcyra, Ballina
; Henry Buck, Liverpool.
| QUEENSTOWN, WEDNESDAY.—The
Liverpool, New York, and Philadelphia Co's, s.s. Edinburgh, from New York on
24th ult., arrived in this harbour this morning. She brings the United States
mails, 86 cabin and 153 steerage passengers. Having landed the mails, 20 cabin
and 30 steerage passengers, she proceeded immediately for Liverpool—all well.
On May 26th the Edinburgh spoke the barque Fisher, bound west.
On the 26th the ship Robert Spears bound east. On the 30th, the R.M.S. Persia.
On June 1st she signalled the ships Trafalgar and Gorilla of Liverpool, bound
west. The news brought by the Edinburgh has been generously anticipated by the
Jura at Londonderry.
SEIZURE OF BRITISH SHIPPING BY FEDERAL CRUISERS.
| Intelligence was received yesterday of the capture by a
Federal ship of the English steamer Circassian, of Savannah, bound to that port
from Bordeaux, laden with wine, brandy, coffee, and provisions, having no
munitions or contraband of war of any description.
The Shipping Gazetts says :—“The seizure of the
Circassian, pursuing, as we are informed, a lawful commerce in neutral waters,
following so closely on the capture of the Bermuda, discovers a disposition to
deal harshly with British shipping, which must be checked with a strong hand ;
otherwise maritime commerce will be unsafe for British shipping throughout the
length and breadth of the Atlantic.”
LETTERS FOR SOUTHERN STATES OF AMERICA
| Earl Russell has communicated to the Postmaster General a
copy of a despatch from Mr. Seward to Lord Lyons, which states that the mails
are now allowed to pass to and from New Orleans and other places, which having
heretofore being seized by Insurgent forces have since been recovered, and are
now occupied by the land and naval forces of the United States. Mr. Seward,
however, adds that a military surveillance is maintained over such mails so far
as the Government finds it necessary for the public safety.