|TRALEE QUARTER SESSIONS.|
|THOSE sessions were opened on Wednesday before Mr. Christopher Copinger, Q. C.
The civil bill business was as follows :Entries, 628, Defences, 200. Ejectments, 13 ; and 10 insolvent petitions to be heard.
The business at the criminal side of the Court was heavier than usual.
His Worship was engaged up to 12 o'clock hearing the undefended civil bills, when he took up the insolvent cases. Six insolvents were discharged and one application was dismissed. Three cases were remanded, one for two years and the other for 18 months. The other cases had not been ruled.
On Thursday, at 12 o'clock, the Crown business was gone into. The following magistrates occupied seats on the bench : Sir Rowland Blennerhassett, Bart. ; Messrs. Edward Rae, Gerard O'Connor, John Sealy, R. C. Hurly, Pierce Chute, Robert Conway Hickson, D. De Courcy M'Gillicuddy, R. C. Hurly [sic], Wm. Sands, Jerome Quill, Leslie Wren, William Rowan, Thomas Segrave, R.M. ; J. D. Cruise, R.M.
The following gentlemen were sworn on the Grand Jury :Messrs. R. A. Thompson (foreman), Wm. Morris, Charles Chute, Henry Benner, James Chambers, Edward Hudson, Daniel Hilliard, Alexander Mason, Thos. Payne, Richard Morphy, George Jeffrey, Thomas Hodgins, David O'Connor, Michael Lyons, Richard Bolster, James Donovan, Joseph Bevington, M. S. Reidy, Crosbie O'Callaghan, Edward Lynch, Abraham Palmer, John H. Eagar and W. Thompson. . . .
| At the residence of her mother, in Dublin, the wife of Thomas Callanan, Esq., of Bandon, of a son.
October 14, at Woodville, Abbeyleix, the wife of Hulton J. Harrison, Esq., of a daughter.
October 11, at St. John's Hill, Waterford, the wife of Joseph Coome, Esq., of a daughter.
| On Thursday, the 16th instant, at Monkstown Church, by the Rev. Joseph Henderson, Harmer Bond Atkins, Esq., Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland, youngest son of the late Wm. Atkins, Esq., of Glounafeen, in this county, to Elizabeth Susanna Clements, daughter of John Meara, Esq., of this city, and grand-daughter of the late Edward Cotter, Esq., Solicitor, Bandon.
On the 16th October, at St. George's, Everton, Liverpool, by the Rev. R. B. Lowe, M.A., assisted by the Rev. J. H. Scott, M.A., Walter S. W. Parry, Esq., of this town, to Elizabeth Marian, eldest daughter of Walter Hunter, Esq., of London.
On the 15th inst., at St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Mr. MacSorley, William Blake, of Crettyyard, Queen's county, second son of William Blake, Esq., of Ballyglen, county of Wicklow, to Isabella, only surviving daughter of the late Mr. Augustine Booth, of the Railyard, Castlecomer, county Kilkenny. No cards sent.
October 17, at the Roman Catholic Church, Rathgar, by the Rev. J. Clarke, Richard J. Scallan, Esq., eldest son of J. T. Scallan, Esq., solicitor of Dublin, to Sarah, daughter of the late Alfred Taylor, Esq., solicitor.
October 16, at the Church of St. Iberius, Wexford, by the Rev. J. F. Perrin, Huntley Pryse Gordon, Esq., of her Majesty's Madras Civil Service, to Hester, daughter of the late James Perrin, Esq., of Leinster Lodge, county Kildare.
| On Friday, the 17th inst., at the Ursuline Convent, Blackrock, Sister Mary Elizabeth Cremen, aged 89, in the 52d year of her religious profession.
On the 20th inst., at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. Daniel Mullane, North Main-street, Mrs. Anne Linehan, aged 86 years.
On the 8th inst., at Fir Hill, Monkstown, of croup, Howard, youngest son of Sir John Arnott, M.P.
On the 19th inst., aged 83, at the residence of her son, Lewis Morris, Esq., Rathmore House, Barrackton, Esther, widow of the late Edwd. Morris, Esq., and sister of the late Rev. William Davenport, D.D., Senior Fellow, Trinity College, Dublin.
On the 16th instant, of measles, Joseph, son of Joseph Fuller, Esq., of Ballineen, aged 9 months.
October 16, Robert William, infant son of Mr. W. J. Gormley.
October 15, at Clara, King's county, Sarah, daughter of Samuel Woodcock, Esq., formerly of Clonmore, county Wexford.
| Lying-in-HospitalManagers of Subscription for Improvements of Duncan-street£1 2s.||
|CORK HARBOURSHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.|
October 18th, 1862.
| ARRIVEDZambese, Reid, Borneo, general, ordered to London.
SAILEDTeleki, Lettis, Tralee, grain ; Von der Luke, Rohlstroff, Plagrman, Cardiff, ballast ; Moultan, Keid, Plymouth, sugar ; Laia III, De Coston, Goole, grain ; Flavio Giova, Barraso, Bristol, wheat ; Chaste, Whitby, Cardiff, ballast.
|October 19th, 1862.|
| ARRIVEDSamuel Lindsay, Guptil, Ibrail, maize ; Mariette, Dominich, Limerick, ballast ; Homer, Spugelberg, New York, wheat, for New York, leaky ; Delphin, Reutel, New York, wheat ; Louise Bosseman, Voss, New York, wheat ; Sarah, Syvert, St. John's, fish ; Rival, Stephens, New York, wheat ; Punch, William, New York ; Cormorant steamer ; Canopus, St. John's, fish, for Cork ; Tempo, Verona, Tagaurog, wheat ; Brilliant, De Wolfe, St. John's, deals, for Cork ; Jenny Moody, Healy, New York, wheat.
SAILEDMinnahah, for Glasgow ; Zambese, for London ; S. G. Troop, M'Clellan, Philadelphia.
|(By Magnetic Telegraph.)|
| ARRIVEDBurgemeister Schwing, New York ; S. G. Troop, Philadelphia ; Commerce, New York ; steam-tug United States from Liverpool, to tow the Mary O'Brien there.
The brigantine Industry, of Padstow, from Runcorn, for Cork, with salt, was lost on Ballycroneen Bay, yesterday, at 3. p.m. Captain, three men, and one boy saved. Lloyd's agent goes down to-day. The coast guards expect the vessel will go to pieces.
MALLOW QUARTER SESSIONSFRIDAY.
(Before Mr. D. R. KANE, Q.C.)
The Guardians of the Poor of Mallow Union v. Robert Harrold.
|MR. WATERS, instructed by Mr. O'Connor, appeared for the guardians. The process was for recovery of £54 4s. from the defendant, who had been adjudged by the magistrates at the mallow Petty Sessions (after receiving the information on oath of the mother, and hearing corroborative evidence) to be the father of an illegitimate child, under the age of fourteen years, receiving relief in the Mallow Union Workhouse. The action was taken under the late Poor Law Amendment Act, 25 and 26 Vic., c. 83., sec. 10, which gave the guardians the power of recovering from the person who had been adjudged to be the father of an illegitimate child, the cost of its maintenance while in the workhouse, and under 14 years of age.
The Chairman stated he would not at present hear the case as the construction to be put upon the 10th section of the Act had given rise to very serious doubts ; he would adjourn the case until January, 1863, Sessions, when he hoped some settled rule would be laid down to regulate the mode of procedure in these cases. he therefore declined to hear any evidence, or go into the case at present.
Mr. Wm. M. Johnson, who was instructed by Mr. Moriarty, appeared for the defendant.
|Same v. Michael Ambrose.|
| Mr. Charles J. Sugrue, instructed by Mr. O'Connor, appeared for the guardians in this case, the process in which was for recovery of £15 for the maintenance of defendant's two illegitimate children under like circumstances as in the foregoing case, with the exception that no order of adjudication had been made by the magistrates, who, acting on the opinion of the law officers of the Crown, had merely received the information on oath of the mothers of the children, but neither heard corroborative evidence, or made an order.
Mr. O'Connor said he had brought this case forward merely for the purpose of having the opinion of this court as to whether or not the jurisdiction to hear the corroborative evidence and make an order adjudging defendant to be the father of these children belonged to the magistrates at Petty Sessions or to the Chairman of Quarter Sessions.
The Chairman stated he should also adjourn this case until the Kanturk Sessions.
Mr. Michael O'Shaughnessy, instructed by Mr. Moriarty, appeared for the defendant.