| May 15, at 89, Lower Gardiner-street, the wife of
Frederick C. Kelly, Esq., of a son.
May 10, at 3, Windsor-terrace, Portobello, the wife of M.
Barnes, sculptor, of a son.
May 16, at 1, Albion-terrace, Rathgar, Mrs. James Nowlan, of a
May 17, at 72, Harcourt-street, the wife of Wm. Roche, Esq.,
of a daughter.
May 16, at 23, Gardiner's-place, the wife of William B. Kaye,
Esq., barrister-at-law, of a son.
May 14, at 83, Leinster-road, Rathmines, the wife of Thomas
Synnott, Esq., of a son.
May 16, at St. Mary's, Galway, the wife of George J. Allman,
LL.D., of a daughter.
May 15, at Lower Baggot-street, the wife of Henry C. Stephens,
Esq., of a daughter.
On the 16th inst., at Nelson-street, Tipperary, the wife of
Marshal Sadlier, Esq., of a daughter.
On the 16th inst., at Rathgar, the wife of Isaac Malone, of a
On the 14th inst., at 20, Belgrave-square, London, Lady
Cochrane, prematurely, of a stillborn daughter.
| On the 17th instant, at his residence, London, Henry
Uniacke Shanahan, son of the late Henry Shanahan, Esq., of White-st., in this
On the 19th inst., at 136, Stephen's Green (West), Dublin,
John Ussher, third son of Charles Henry Leet, Esq., M.D., after a long illness.
On the 18th inst., at Bandon, Col. George Teulon, late of her
Majesty's 35th Regt.
On the 14th inst., at Youghal, John Walton Jenkins, Esq., only
son of the late John Jenkins, Esq.
May 17, at 83, Leinster-road, Kate Maria, aged 32 years,
the beloved wife of Thomas Synnott, Esq.—R.I.P.
May 13, in London, Japhet Alley, Clerk of the Crown for the
city and county of Dublin.
May 17, at Ballycorus Works, Henry Michael, the infant son of
Mr. Wm. Harold, aged seven months.
April 28, in New York, or puerperal fever, Cecilia, the
beloved wife of Mr. Timothy Riordan, late of Dublin.—R.I.P.
May 15, at Leamington, the Rev. Charles Arthur Furlong, eldest
surviving son of the late William Croler Furlong, Esq., of Leeson-street,
On the 17th inst., at 91, Upper Dorset-street, Dublin,
Reginald John, the second son of Robert M. Chamney, Esq., aged four years and
|SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE—CORK HARBOUR.
May 18, 1862.
| ARRIVED—Teresa, Zarongi,
Cardenas, sugar ; Carrier Dove, Montell, San Francisco, wheat ; William
Carey, Brische, Cein Fuegos, molasses ; Europa steamer, Liverpool,
for Halifax ; Escorizia, Ryder, Liverpool, for Cuba, coals, put in leaky.
SAILED—Marcella, Dundee ; Fleetwing,
Greenock ; Origonte, Dunkirk ; Artizan, Glo'ster ; G. T. Ward,
Tralee ; Helene, Glasgow ; Queen, Liverpool ; Beringie,
Newry ; Clemince, Ipswich ; J. S. de Wolfe, St. John's ; Ann
and Jane, Glo'ster ; Balmoral, Limerick ; Angela, Brewer,
Liverpool ; Ringdove, Bathurst.
|May 19, 1862
| ARRIVED—Mariner, Atkinson,
New York, oil ; Louise Wichards, Wilde, New York, oil ; Christine,
Allmeppen, New York, oil ; Prinz ad Elbert, Proschwitzky, Belize,
mahogany ; Oresund, Dahl, New York, wheat ; Blonde, Allen,
Barbadoes, sugar ; Danube, Mathews, Barbadoes, sugar ; Fanny,
Ryan, Rangoon, timber ; Villa Franca, Hill, Matanzas, molasses ; J.
Darling, Penny, Rio Grande, sugar ; Eva, Pearson, Belize, dyewood,
&c. ; William Jackson, Lewin, Callao, guano ; Ceylon, Sampson,
Java, sugar ; Consul, Bevan, Honduras, mahogany ; Christopher Newton,
Menzies, Saga La Grande, sugar ; Ben R. Milan, Ellis, Cardenas, molasses.
SAILED—Carrier Dove, Liverpool
|(By London and South of Ireland Telegraph.)
| VIA ROCHE'S
brig Eliza, 210 tons, cargo of Indian corn, towed in wrecked, from
Queenstown, on yesterday, bound for Londonderry.
SAILED—Daniel, London ; Ring
Dove, Gaboon, Africa.
|(By Magnetic Telegraph)
| ARRIVED—Constal, Belize ; Restless,
Cardenas. The Great Eastern (s.s.) was passed on the 11th instant, at
7.30, steering W.N.W., lat. 49 degs. 45 min., long. 32 degs. 20 min.
SAILED—Niagara, for Limerick ;