| The Publicateur de la Vendee announces the death, at the age of 107 years, at Essarts, in that department, of Jacques Chevillion, an old soldier of the Royalist army. He enjoyed excellent health and the use of all his faculties till within a few days of his decease.|
| Bailie Blackie has been elected Lord Provost of Glasgow for the next three years.|
| November 16, at 34, Upper Ormond-quay, Dublin, the wife of Thomas Willis, Esq., M.D., of a son.
November 14, at Carnesle House, county Meath, the wife of James Flood, Esq., of a son.
July 27, at Brisbane, Queensland, the wife of Mr. Timothy Larkin, of a daughter.
November 14, at Tarbert, the wife of John O'Donnell, Esq., Carhueduff House, Milltown Malbay, of a daughter.
November 14, in Great Brunswick-street, the wife of Henry Moore Johnston, Esq., Ovidstown, county Kildare, of a daughter.
November 11, at Colchester, the wife of Capt. Marcell Conran, of a son.
| October 22, in New York, John M'Aulliffee [sic], Esq., to Emily, second daughter of the late David O'Keeffe, Esq., of Cork.|
| At Ballinagru, Ahina, Michael Kelleher, in the 109th year of his age, in possession of his faculties to the moment of his death.R.I.P.
At Classes, on the 17th inst., Johanna, relict of the late Wm. Callaghan, aged 80.
November 16, at 35, High-street, Dublin, Sarah, the beloved wife of Mr. Michael M'Guirk, regretted by all who knew her.
November 14, Mary Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Alexander T. Deane, Esq., of Newlawn, county Dublin, aged thirty-three years.
November 14, at 10, Rathmines Terrace, Matilda, wife of James Sproule, Esq., and second daughter of the late John Huston, Esq., Maghera, county Londonderry
November 14, at Bray, of diptheria, Charles William O'Callaghan, aged seven years.
| There was a demand of £10,000 made for salvage by the owner of the steamtug that assisted to get the Anglia off the rock ; but the demand appears to have been relinquished, for she sailed for Liverpool yesterday morning at daybreak, in company with the Hibernia.Times Dublin Correspondent.|
CORK HARBOURSHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
November 16, 1863.
| ARRIVEDMarcella, Pacher, Monte Video, hides, &c. ; General Garibaldi, Avinguies, New York, wheat ; Carmonia, Williams, Umguay, hides, &c. ; Maria Voss, Taganrog, wheat, to Cork ; Celesta, Cattannich, Cardiff, coals, to Corfu, windbound ; Margaret, Evans, Newcastle, coals ; Choice, Sullivan, Newcastle, coals ; Cumberland, Pearle, Richabucto, deals ; Ann, Pearu, Carnarvon, slates ; Kate Davison, Sheehan, Crookhaven, ballast ; City of Limerick steamer, Liverpool, to New York.
SAILEDPresto steamer, Thomas, Bermuda, ballast ; Mary Ann, Flavan, Newport, ballast ; Mary Taylor, Drewing, Bristol, oats ; Ingaraina, Bowe, Glo'ster, bones &c. ; Admiral Blake, Kenward, Bristol, hides ; Marcella, Parker, Liverpool, bones.
|November 17, 1863.|
| ARRIVEDTalisman steamer, Russell, Port-au-Prince, general cargoput in short of coals ; Kaffirland, Stephens, Callao, guano ; Picton, Jones, Palermo, to Cork ; Robin Hood, Jones, Tenez, barley ; Agnes, Maurice, New York, wheat ; Great Republic, Limeburner, Callao, guano ; Excel, Lister, Mazagan, wool ; Rising Sun, Orr, Callao, guano ; Try Again, Power, Quebec, timber, to Cork ; Guiseppa Autoria, Degaspere, Berdianski, wheat, to Cork.
SAILEDCumberland, Parle, Belfast, deals ; Pearl, Watson, Drogheda, grain.
|(By Magnetic Telegraph.)|
| ARRIVED(Wind S.S.W.)Sailor's Bride, from Sulina ; Nicolina, from Odessa ; George Raynes, from Callao ; Arolus, from Dantzic ; Artic, from Callao.
SPOKENNovember 2nd, Jane Herbert, off Vincent, from Cardiff, for Palermo, by the Pictor [sic], from Palermo ; October 11th, 12.20 S., 31.6 W., Bremen Brig, from Rio della Plate (68 days out).
BELFAST, THIS DAYARRIVEDGuild Mayor, from Alexandria ; Beta, London.
A large brig (name unknown, as no boats got aboard) was ashore this day on one of the Maiden Rocks, where she remained a few hours, but, being flood water, came off and proceeded before any assistance got off to her. The vessel must have received damage, and has probably gone to the Clyde.