| On the 5th instant, at Dromore, near Mallow, the wife of Pierce Purcell, Esq., of a daughter.
On the 5th instant, at Pencil-hill, the wife of Richard Spratt, Esq., of a daughter.
December 4, at Dunluce Cottage, Glenarm, the wife of Wm. Hamilton Bushe, Esq., of a son.
On the 6th instant, at Macken Lodge, county Leitrim, the wife of Thomas Rutherford, jun., Esq., of a daughter.
On the 6th instant, at Wellpark, Drumcondra, the wife of Mr. Samuel Griffin, jun., of a daughter.
December 6, at 7, Castle-avenue, Clontarf, the wife of James Skerrett Colahan, Esq., of a daughter.
December 6, at 27, Synge-street, Dublin, the wife of George Sigerson, Esq., of a son.
December 2, at Dawson-street, Mrs. Arthur B. Cane, widow of A. B. Cane, Esq., of Collinstown, county Dublin, of a son.
| On the 7th instant, at Ballintober, near Kinsale, Pierce Hardy Meade, youngest son of John Meade, Esq.
December 7, Ellen, wife of Samuel Healy, Esq., of James's-street Harbour, Dublin.
December 4, at 31, Lower Mountpleasant avenue, Honoria, widow of John Carroll, Esq., of Dublin, and eldest daughter of the late John Max, Esq., of Maxfort, county Tipperary.R.I.P.
December 7, at 55, Marlborough-street, Dublin, Mrs. Sarah Wyse, relict of James Wyse, Esq.
December 7, at Gorey, Minnie, the beloved wife of John Byrne, Esq., S.I.C., and daughter of the late James Jones, Esq., Mallow.
December 1, at Cheltenham, William Morris, Captain Royal [sic], eldest son of the late Richard Morris, Esq., Ballycanvan, county Waterford.
On the morning of the 7th instant, at his residence, Knockdromin, Rush, in the 83d year of his age, the Right Honourable Louis Perrin.
On the 25th January, 1864, drowned in crossing the river Rangitata, Canterbury, New Zealand, Francis Kenny, aged 23 years and six months ; and, on June 6th, 1864, of fever, at Christ Church, Canterbury, Claude Hamilton Kenny, third and fourth sons of the late Rev. Simon Kenny, vicar of Caragh, county Kildare.
|CORK HARBOURSHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.|
December 8, 1864.
| ARRIVEDAbraham Barber, Scharffnorth, Belize, mahogany ; Gladiator (steamer), Gard, Pernambudo, sugar ; Porto Slavo, Bonnecie, Sulina, maize ; Pavinetto, M'Nab, Trinidad, molasses ; Susan G. Owens, Norton, Callao, guano ; Scotland, Rollins, Philadelphia, oil ; Pensiero, Marchese, Kustendje, barley ; Sun (steamer), Liverpool to New York, and proceeded.
|(By Magnetic Telegraph.)|
December 8, 1864.Wind calm.
| ARRIVEDAvoca, from Mauritius ; Susan M. Dudman, Moulmein ; Star of Hope, Quebec.
SPOKENNovember 3rd, 20 N, 25 W, barque Ochtartyr, bound S.W. ; 4th November30 N, 22 W ; French vessel Pulyminia, bound south ; 5th November, 30.40 N, 25.30 W, ship showing 3 dispen, number 0736 ; November 5th, 3.50 N, 25.30 W, Norwegian ship Preston, white flag, with W on top and No. 303 underneath ; November 7th, ship Rosdale, bound S, 7 N, 25.20 W. ; ship Peeress, for Falmouth (68 days out)by the Susan M. Dudman arrived here.
JOHN FRAWLEY, FURRIER
LATE OF LONDON, AND FORMERLY OF CORK, DECEASED, INTESTATE.
|THE NEXT of KIN of the late JOHN FRAWLEY, are requested to communicate with F. E. BLATSPIEL, Esq., 9, Warwick Court, Holborn, London ; or JOHN HEACOCK, Esq., 31, Dame-street, Dublinof whom they may hear of SOMETHING TO THEIR ADVANTAGE.|
| The Treasurer of the Cork Fever Hospital thankfully acknowledges the receipt of a hamper containing two jars of brandy and two dozen porter for the use of the hospital, sent by F. G. Deverill, Esq., which he has received from some person anonymously.
Lying-in-Hospital £1 donation from Mr. Robinson, Shamrock Lawn, per Mr. George Baker.