The Cork Examiner, 7 March 1866
THE scrutiny of nomination papers yesterday, showed the following result, the candidates named being virtually elected except where a contest is indicated:—
   North East Ward, Benjamin Shaw Wood and Isaac Julian ; North West Ward, David Leahy Arthur and Cornelius Keller, Nicholas Mahony ; North Centre Ward, Daniel Finn and Robert Mayne ; South Centre Ward, Thomas Exham and James Richard Wherland ; Centre Ward, Francis Lyons, Mayor of Cork, and George Smith ; West Ward, John Francis Maguire, M.P., and George Penrose ; South Ward, Michael Gould, Richard Foley, Barry Sheehan, and Daniel Lane Sandiford, a contest ; Blackrock, William Prettie Harris ; Bishopstown, John Lewis ; St. Mary's, T. Lyons, High Sheriff ; St. Anne's, Timothy Flynn and Robert Butcher, a contest ; Ballincollig, division, Daniel Joseph Riordan ; Ballygarvan, William D'Esterre Parker ; Ballynaglogh, Laurence Cotter ; Blackpool, William D'Esterre Parker [sic], Timothy Donovan, and Moore Fitzgibbon, a contest ; Blarney, east division, Patrick O'Sullivan ; Caherlag, former Guardian, Thomas Donovan returned ; Carrigaline, William B. Warren ; Carrignavar, James Dunlea ; Carrigrohanebeg, Thos. Forrest ; Douglas, William D'Esterre Parker ; Dripsey, Denis Callaghan, Michael Casey and Michael J. Collins—a contest ; Dunderrow, Benjamin Thomas Barter ; Firmount, George Washington, B. Creagh and Thomas Golden—a contest ; Glenville, Patrick Forde ; Greenfort, Jeremiah Callaghan, Thomas Golden and Timothy Donovan—a contest ; Innishkenny, Philip Sarsfield ; Killeagh, Dennis Leary ; Knockantota, Michael Donovan, Knockraha, Patrick Hogan ; Lehenagh, Edward Casey ; Mateby, Thomas Wall ; Monkstown, Henry G. Craig, Richard Neville Parker, Francis Jennings, William D'Esterre Parker, Thomas Somerville Parker, a sharp contest, Ovens division, John Reed ; Queenstown, division, John O'Connell, Daniel Cahill, James Seymour, Edward Farrell, Henry Hewett O'Brien, and Richard Sullivan, a sharp contest ; Rathcooney, Richard Harris ; Riverstown, Thomas O'Callaghan ; Whitechurch. William Charles Connell and John Creedon, a contest.
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