| A correspondent of the Manchester Examiner mentions a report that Major Yelverton is now in Australia.|
| On the 30th ult., at Lismore, the wife of R. N. Lowe, M.D., of a daughter.
On the 9th inst., at Skibbereen, the wife of Robert Bullen, of a son.
May 29th, at Headfort, Killarney, the wife of Daniel M'Cartie, Esq., J.P., of a son.
June 8, at Ballyowen-house, county Dublin, the wife of Mr. J. Masterson, of a daughter.
June 8, at 12, Dawson-street, Dublin, the wife of Mr. James Fuller, of a daughter.
June 9, at 16, Middle Gardiner-street, Dublin, the wife of Rich. Scott, Solicitor, of a daughter.
June 4, at Bartlow, Cambridgeshire, the wife of Reginald Calvert, Esq., 11th Hussars, of a son.
June 5, at Richmond, the wife of Lieut. Davenport Shakespear, of a son and heir.
June 7, at 64, Heytesbury-street, Dublin, the wife of J. Walker, Esq., of a son.
June 8, at Trafalgar-terrace, Monkstown, Dublin, the wife of Fielden Scovell, Esq., of a son.
June 8, at 12, North Frederick-street, Dublin, the wife of Sam. Walker, of a daughter.
June 5, at Devonport, the wife of Major Connor, 2d Queen's Royal Regt., of a daughter.
| On the 9th inst., at St. George's, Hanover-square, London, by the Rev. W. H. Ellis, Edward Heneage, Esq., late 1st Life Guards, of Hainton Hall, Lincolnshire, eldest son of the late George Fieschi Heneage, Esq., to Lady Eleanor Hare, daughter of the Countess, and sister to the present Earl of Listowel.
June 7, at Cahir, by the Rev. Father Macksey, Jas. J. M'Walter, to Mary, second daughter of Pierce O'Donnell, Esq., of Knocka, county Tipperary.
June 7, in Monkstown Church, James Butler, Esq., Brownstown Park, county Meath, youngest son of the Rev. James Butler, of Priestown-house, to Mary Elizabeth, only daughter of Tottenham Alley, Esq., of the Hill of Ward, county Meath.
June 8, at Trinity Church, Paddington, Charles D., O'Rorke, Esq., J.P., of Clonbern, county Galway, to Harriette Mary, daughter of the late Admiral the Hon. Wm. Le Poer Trench, son of William, first Earl of Clancarty.
| On the 10th inst., at her residence, Sullivan's-quay, Miss Mary Leighton.
On the 9th inst., after a short illness, Mary, wife of the late Mr. James Ahern, North Main-street.
On the 6th inst., after a long an painful illness, at No. 2, Southern-road, Miss Kate Sullivan, for several years a resident of Queenstown.
June 8, at Fortland-cottage, Merrion, co. Dublin, of bronchitis, John Jackson, Esq., aged 72.
June 8, at his residence, No. 9, Besborough-parade, Rathmines, George Maxton, only son of George Rye Blackwood, Esq., solicitor, late of Middle Abbey-street.
June 9th, at his residence, Wall's Court, Rathgar, in the 74th year of his age, Garrett Wall, Esq., late Captain and Paymaster in the Royal City of Dublin Militia.
June 9, at his residence, 72, Great Brunswick-street, Dublin, Mr. John C. Russell, aged 28 years.
June 9, at his residence, Sussex-place, Kingstown, Mr. William Cullen, aged 32 years, late steward of the royal mail steamer Connaught.
June 8, at his residence, 50, Lower Clanbrassil-street, Dublin, Mr. Michael Hughes, aged 70 years.
June 8, at Kingstown, Louisa Watts, wife of James Ross, Esq., late Collector of her Majesty's Customs at Limerick.
June 5, at Charlemont-mall, Jane, widow of John Gelston, Esq., late of her Majesty's Commissariat.
June 2, Robert Grubb, Esq., of Clainklegh, Clogheen, county Tipperary.
June 7, Eliza, dearly beloved wife of Patrick Flynn, Esq., Griffinrath, county Kildare.
May 29, at Corfu, Anne, wife of Colonel Wynee, Commanding Royal Engineers, in the Ionian Islands.
| Emile Werner, formerly manager of the London house of France and Armeno, merchants, was brought up at the Mansion House yesterday, on a charge of conspiring with two German commission agentsLeeman and Flatow, and others not in custodyto obtain, upon false pretenses, property to the amount of £30,000. The prisoner was remanded for a week, and bail refused.||
|THE COMMAND OF FORT SUMTER.|
| Under this heading the Charleston Mercury, of May 21st, pays the following tribute to the gallantry of a son of John Mitchel. By it, it will be clearly seen that what was lately written of Capt. Mitchel by a correspondent of the New York Tribune was a malicious libel :
Col. Stephen Elliott having been transferred to a more active field of duty, Capt. John C. Mitchel, of the First Regiment South Carolina Artillery (regulars), has been assigned to the command of Fort Sumter. Previous to the war, Captain Mitchel held the position of Chief Engineer of one of the railroads in Alabama. At the first symptoms of hostilities, he promptly resigned his place, with its emoluments, and hastened to Charleston, then the chief centre of danger and interest. He was comissioned by Governor Pickens as a lieutenant in the regular artillery regiment which was in the process of organization at the time. He first distinguished himself during the bombardment of Fort Sumter by our batteries, in which action he commanded the guns of the enfilading battery at Fort Moultrie, which played so efficient a part in the reduction of the last stronghold of the United States in Charelston Harbour.
During the siege of Battery Wagner, Captain Mitchel was placed in command of the batteries on James Island, which had been constructed to command the enemy's work ; and both then and subsequent to the evacuation of Morris Island he rendered signal service by the spirit and accuracy of the fire with which he constantly annoyed the Yankee working parties. The new commander of Fort Sumter is quite young to have attained so important a position, being still in his 25th year.
CORK HARBOURSHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
June 10th, 1864.
| ARRIVEDAulbo Belbuino, Amerage, Trinidad, sugar ; T. G. Rogers, Day, Moulmein, timber ; Gleaner, Collia, Montevideo, hides ; Charles Palmer, Smith, Sagua la Grande, sugar ; Humberstone, Cook, Cuba, sugar ; Darnley, Jones, Newport, coals.
SAILEDGyda, Lowold, Leith, grain ; Mary Johnston, Lawson, Liverpool, hides ; Nuova Margaritta, Pecca, Glasgow, maize ; Charles Bel, Sprenger, Sweden, sugar ; Gleaner, Collie [sic], Liverpool, bone ash ; Doris Mentz, Stabeu, Riga, salt ; W. G. Putnam, Putnam, Ipswich, guano ; T. G. Rogers, Day, Glasgow, timber ; Black Diamond, Donovan, Sydney, ballast ; Brothers, Saunders, Glos'ter, oats.
|(By Magnetic Telegraph.)|
June 11th, 1864Wind W.S.W., fine.
| ARRIVEDNormanby, from St. Cruz ; Jane, Monte Video ; Anna, Havana ; Commodore, Newfoundland ; Azorian Lass, Barbadoes, for Cork ; Christian, Porto Rico ; Gustof, Remedios ; Hugo George, Philadelphia ; George S. Browne, New York ; Margaret Smith, Havannah.|
| NEW YORK, 1st JUNE(Per Persia)May 28th Atlanta, from London, arrived at New York ; Caledonian, from Glasgow, arrived at New York. May 29thThe London, from Liverpool, arrived at New York. May 30thKedar, from Liverpool, arrived at New York. 31st MayKatherine Enslow, from New York to United Kingdom, at Yarmouth, U.S., leaky.|
| THE TRALEE RAILWAY STATION.Tralee is about to lose a very estimable public servant.Mr. Coonan, our station master, will leave immediatley on promotion to be station master at Cork. For Mr. Coonan, this is such an advance as shows how he has, in a very short time, and in a comparitively backward position, been able not only to manifest that ability which warrants such promotion, but to impress his qualifications on those who are his superiors in the establishment. While resident here, he has been uniformly courteous and obliging, painstaking and accurate, always desirous to facilitate business, and promote the legitimate wish of the public. He leaves us with a universal desire on the part of the public that he may succeed in his more important position at Cork as he has done amongst us, and with the conviction that his assiduity and capacity will justify still further promotion on the staff of the railway. Tralee Chronicle.|
| THE ALABAMAYesterday intelligence was received at Lloyd's by the ship Kent, which arrived at Plymouth on Tuesday, the 7th inst., from Melbourne, that on the 24th of April, in lat. 17 S., long. 32 W., she was boarded by the celebrated Confederate steamer, Captain Semmes. The officer who boarded the Kent reported that they had burnt the previous day the American ship Rockingham, bound from Callao to Queenstown, with guano. He said they had destroyed several other American ships, and had a great many prisoners on board.|
| On the 1st July the postage of letters to the Australian Colonies and New Zealand, Tasmania, will be raised to 1s., and via Marseilles to 1s. 4d.|