BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS.
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| BURTONJuly 11, at Goltho Hall, Lincolnshire, the wife of Wm. Fitzwilliam Burton, jun, Esq., of a son.
GERRARDJuly 14, at Liscarton, Palmerston-park, Dublin, the wife of Thomas Gerrard of a son.
SANDERSONJuly 11, at Avenue Villa, Regent's Park, London, the wife of R. Manners Sanderson, of a daughter.
SHOREJuly 12, at Eldon Place, Greenock, N.B., the wife of Lieut. the Hon. H N Shore, Royal Navy, of a son.
| HALLSHEKLETONJuly 14, at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene, Stoke Bishop, Bristol, by the Rev. T. G. Hall, Vicar of Hythe (brother of the bridegroom), assisted by the Rev. D. M. Claxton, Edwin Hall, youngest son of Robert Hall, Esq., J P, of Lisnalee, Cork, to Ada Georgina, eldest daughter of J. F. Shekleton, Esq., M D, Deputy Surgeon General, of Chelsfield, Stoke Bishop.
RIORDANDWYEROn the 16th inst., at Cork, by the Rev. P. Hurley, Cathedral, John, eldest son of Mr. J. Riordan, Brookhill, Riverstown, to Mary, daughter of the late Mr. P. Dwyer, Soho Terrace, Sunday's Well.
SUMNERBOOBBYERJuly 11, at St. Marylebone Church, London, W. J. Sumner, son of W. A. Sumner, of Wellington road, N W, to Hannah, second daughter of H. B. Boobbyer, of Hendon, Middlesex.
|SUICIDE.On Saturday night a poor woman named Elizabeth Agnes Dufferin, residing at 5, Brown street, committed suicide by throwing herself out of a window about thirty feet high. She was picked up in a state of insensibility and taken into the house. Constable M'Neill immediately sent for Dr Scannell and a clergyman, but before they arrived the woman was dead. An inquest will be held to-day.||
| O'SHEAJuly 16, Denis Patrick, son of Cornelius O'Shea, aged 8 years.
SMITHOn the 17th inst., at the residence of her son-in-law, G. C. Mellifont, 30, North Main-street, Mrs. Mary Smith, relict of the late William Smith, of this city. Funeral at 9 o'clock on Tuesday morning for the New Cemetery.
CARROLLJuly 12, at Killacola House, co. Limerick, Margaret, the relict of the late Patrick Carroll, Esq., aged 75, deeply regretted.R.I.P.
ANSTHRUTHERJuly 11, at Felixtowe, the Hon. Georgina Christina, wife of J. H. Lloyd Anstruther, Esq., of Hintlesham Hall, Ipswich, fourth daughter of George, fifth Viscount Barrington.
CAVENDISHJuly 9, at 64, Cadogan place, London, S W, the Hon. Anne Emma Cavendish, in her 90th year.
CLEMENTSJuly 13, at the residence of his son in law, 13, Wentworth place, Dublin, Mr. John Clements, aged 84 years.
FRANCILLONJuly 7, at Sudbrook, Gloucester, John George Francillon, Commander R N, aged 86 years.
LEIGHJuly 10, at Turnham green, Helen, second daughter of the late H. T. Leigh, of Annadale House, Chiswick.
MACKAYJuly 15, at Agra, suddenly, from cholera, Kenneth Mackay, aged 32, the only surviving son of the late Ebin Mackay, of Keil Appin, Argyllshire, Scotland.
|MALLOW UNION.The weekly meeting of the Board of Guardians was held on Friday, Mr H D Spratt, J P, in the chair. Mr. Creaghe applied on behalf of a woman named Buckley for expenses to enable herself and her family to emigrate to America. The chairman condemned the system of paying out of the rates money to persons for emigration purposes, and thought the Board of Guardians had enough to do beside turning the board-room into an emigration office. He considered the people were leaving the country fast enough. Mr Hutch considered the ratepayers have enough to do to manage at present to pay their rates. After some further discussion on the subject the board were unanimous in rejecting the application.|