|CORK (E.R.) QUARTER SESSIONS.|
|THE Quarter Sessions for the East Riding of the County of Cork were opened yesterday at the County Courthouse, before Mr. DANIEL RYAN KANE, Chairman of the East Riding.
The following Justices also attended :Messrs. Henry L. Young, Thomas Wall, Captain Martin, John N. Beamish, J. L. Cronin, R. M. ; Thomas P. Boland, Wm. R. Meade, Robert Nettles, James H. Payne, Henry Mannix, N. Browne, N. Dunscombe, Thomas G. French, Thomas W. Knowles, Thomas Godfrey, Thomas H. Gallwey, T. P. Stamers, E. E. Newenham, David Cagney, T. D. Fitzgerald, R.M.
The Court was occupied in the disposal of civil bills until 12 o'clock, when the Grand Jury panel was called over, but only the following nineteen gentlemen answered to their names :William C. Connell, foreman ; Richard Harris, Thomas Warren, William J. Thorley, Richard Lloyd, William Leader, William Hayes, Francis W. Lindsey, Pierce Gould, John Adams, Joseph Coughlan, Richard B. Porter, Robert O'Callaghan, Clayton Love, Thomas Elms, Richard G. White, Francis O'Callaghan, Joseph Nash, and henry Haycroft.
A fine of £5 was recorded opposite the name of each of the absentees.
The Grand Jury having been sworn, the chairman briefly addressed them, and they retired. The court then proceeded to consider applications for Spirit Licenses of which there were 22.
The following applications were grantedHannah Burke, 4, Harbour-row, Queenstown, transfer ; John Donovan, 14, Queen's-street, Queenstown ; Timothy Desmond, Farrenmactigue, St. Finn Barrs', transfer ; Mary Lucey, Front Glen, Kinsale ; Mary Murphy, Greenough ; Edmond Murphy, Garrycloyne ; James Murphy, Watergrass-hill, transfer ; William Millerick, Passage, renewal ; Margaret Sullivan, Inniscarra, transfer ; Stephen Wilson, Passage West ; Peter Walsh, 17, The Mall, Queenstown, transfer.
The following applications were refused on the ground that there was no vacancy :Patrick Callaghan, 11, Scott's Square, Queenstown, James Steptoe, 9, Queen's Street, Queenstown.
There was no appearance in any of the following casesJoseph Butt, Queen's Street, Queenstown ; Jeremiah Desmond, Knockvilla ; Mary English, Carrigaloe, near Queenstown, Edmond Gilley, No 1, Carrigaloe ; Michael Holland, 30, Queen's Street, Queenstown, (withdrawn, no vacancy) ; William Hannagan, Adamstown, Ballinaboy ; Daniel Keleher, 2, Lynch's Quay, Queenstown, (withdrawn, no vacancy) ; Cornelius Joseph O'Neill, 26, Harbour View, Queenstown.
The Court then proceeded to hear appeals, which occupied the Court till its rising.
(Before Messrs. W. H. LYONS and WM. JOHNSON.)
|THERE were 13 cases of drunkenness and assault in the dock this morning, which were disposed of by inflicting the usual penalties.
Two boys, named Charles Callaghan and John O'Brien, were also remanded on Tuesday, charged with stealing a quantity of lead off the roof of a house belonging to Mr. Daniel Coveny, in Douglas-street, were brought up to receive sentence. The Bench, after giving the prisoners a severe reprimand, ordered them to be imprisoned for three days and whipped.
| NEW YORK, JUNE 15.A fight between parties of West Virginia and new York cavalry men, originating in a dispute about the courage of their respective regiments, occurred in Washington yesterday. Some of the officers led the combatants upon both sides, and revolvers, bricks, and stones were freely used. Several soldiers and civilians, who were spectators, were severely wounded, and the affray was only terminated by the interference of a couple of regiments of veteran reserves.
A regiment of coloured troops, while being embarked for Texas, at Fortress Monroe, on the 12th inst., mutinied, and threatened to shoot their officers unless they were returned to the shore. They were subsequently landed, disarmed, and then re-embarked for their original destination.
| The foreign demand for butter has largely increased and still continues. In 1864 the exports from January till May were 6,170,402 pounds ; for the same period this year, 6,843,827 pounds. The demand is still increasing, and appearances indicate that it will be permanent. Great Britain is the chief consumer, the usual supply to that country from Ireland having largely diminished.New York Paper.||
| CRINOLINE.In the shop window of one of the large Paris silk establishments has been exhibited for some days a crinoline, the price of which is 2,000 francs.|
|A VILLA to Let Furnished with Free Ticket upon the Railway. Apply to Mr. WILLIAM TREW, Cork and Youghal Railway, York Street, Cork, or Lewisville, Youghal.|
CORK HARBOURSHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
(By Magnetic Telegraph.)
June 29Wind W.
| ARRIVEDCharles Davenport, from Callao ; Falcon, Iquique.
OFF PORTBlack Watch, from Mauritius ; Madre Padra (Italian brig).
The barque Falcon reports having fallen in with a ship about 820 tons, waterlogged, laden with deals and burnt, about 4 feet below gunwales from aft to mainmast, on the 10th of June, 32 W. by N., 31 W.
| On the 27th instant, at the Infantry Barracks, Waterford, the wife of T. Colquhoun, Esq., Lieutenant 17th Regiment, of a son.
On the 26th instant, at Fermoy, the wife of Captain A. B. Wallis, 33rd (Duke of Wellington's) Regt., of a daughter.
On the 23rd instant, at Ryde, Isle of Wight, the Lady Elizabeth Inglish Jones, of a son.
On the 24th instant, at South Kensington, Lady Emma Talbot, of a daughter.
On the 25th instant, at 43, Portland-place, London, the wife of Sir James Duke, Bart, M.P., of a son and heir.
| On the 24th instant, at Monkstown Church, county Dublin, by the Rev. John Duncan Craig, A.M., Vicar of Kinsale, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Johnson, Curate of Monkstown, William Henry Bird, Esq., eldest son of John Dandys Bird, Esq., J.P., to Emma, youngest daughter of the late Major John Allen, 93rd Highlanders, of this county.|
| At Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Mr. James Rooney, late of Carlow, aged 76 years.
At Pittsburgh, in the State of Pennsylvania, on the 3rd inst., Mr. Wm. Rooney, third son of Mr. James Rooney, late of Carlow, aged 42.
On the 25th instant, at Cronody, the residence of her brother, the late James Cross, Esq., Gertrude Harris, widow of the late Robert Warren, Esq., J.P., Macroom, of this county, aged 67 years.
On the 25th instant, at Hampstead, from sudden prostration, after a severe attack of congestion of the lungs, the Earl of Denbigh, aged 69.
On the 25th instant, the Hon. Mrs. Selwin, eldest daughter of the late Lord Lyndhurst, aged 44.
On the 11th instant, in Merrion-street, Dublin, Mrs. Jane Mahon, second daughter of Sir Hugh Crofton, Bart., deceased.
Recently, at Blaye (Gironde), aged 102, an old soldier of the first republic named Millie.
Recently, at Genoa, after ten days' illness, Madame Kossuth, wife of the famous Hungarian leader.
Recently, at Vienna, Herr Joseph Barth, an old friend of Beethoven. The Orchestra says :Barth, who was a tenor of much merit, became instrumental in preserving to the world the celebrated 'Adelaide' of Beethoven. He happened to call on the composer just as he was about to consign a roll of paper to the fireplace. 'What are you doing?' asked the singer. 'I am going to burn this rubbish.' answered Beethoven. 'Let us hear the rubbish first,' returned Barth, who made the composer accompany him as he sang it to the piano. When Barth had finished, Beethoven rose and hugged him. It was no longer a question of whether he should burn the 'rubbish,' and 'Adelaide' was saved.
On the 29th ult., at Alexandria, Thomas, seventh son of the late Mr. James Wilson, of Londonderry.
On the 5th instant, at New York, aged 48, Johana Cody, a native of Kilkenny.
On the 5th instant, at New York, aged 48, Bernard, son of Mr. J. Mullen, Dundalk.
On the 5th instant, at New York, aged 38, Mrs. Mary G. Murphy, daughter of Captain Glynn, of Woodbrook.
On the 6th instant, at New York, aged 63, Ann, wife of Mr. F. Brady, of Columbkille.
On the 6th instant, at New York, aged 65, Mr. William Lee, a native of Limerick.
On the 10th instant, at New York, aged 74, Mrs. Lydia H. Sigourney, the poetess, familiarly called the Hemans of America.
On the 12th instant, at New York, in his 57th year, Mr. M. Kelleher, late of Castlelyons, county Cork.