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It appears that Buckley fell into company with Connors and Manning in Macroom the evening before, and having agreed to join interests in street-singing, started on a tour to the Lakes of Killarney; but Buckley, on arriving at the site of the outrage, about six o'clock in the evening, took np a stone and deliberately bnrst open the hasp of a cabin door, and took out a gown, which he was tn the act of walking away with, when he and his two comrades were followed by some of the neighbours, who beat the offenders in a very severe manner, especially Buckley, who received his death-blow from the end of a rake just over the right ear, from which the blood rau copiously.
Having r "I tat- PeH-: The Restricted c Heath, b Brockwell 4 b Harwood A not out 13 Leg-byes, 9 ; wide, 4 13 f th ouncil will ratify the treaty in the name th? His very breath was poisonous. He had the form of man, bat all the fiends of Hell were centred in his heart. The police had been inquiring to know who struck Haynau. The man who struck him with a broom ought to be honoured not less than the man who dragged him up by the beard from the dustbin. Misapprehensions had gone about with respect to the conduct of the landlord of the George. Haynau asked to have some brandy, when the landlord, to his honour, said, ' I'll be d d if he have any brandy here!
Brown had seen the broom ; he had been at the dustbin ; it stank moat awfully. He bad seen the old hat the landlord lent Haynau ; it had been Bold for a sovereign. The old broom was offered for more than that ; and the old arm chair was shown the other day to a friend but he 8 f th Rnnd will rAt. Lord Erne's band added much to the enjoyment of the day, by playing a variety of national and pleasing airs. The day was most brilliant, as if even the elements had conspired to do their utmost to light up the natural beauties of the spot. The rich wood of Coo-latte, Inniafendra, and Innisshtrk, the windings of this lovely lake, crowded as it was with happy and contented people, decked in holiday attire; gay groups of the gentry of the surrounding country promenading amongst the parterres within the castle walls, altogether contributed to make a scene not to be excelled in beauty.
Many were the greetings that passed between friends who had been called together by the talis-manic summons of the fair spirit that presided over this scene of enchantment, whose winning smile and anxious desire to contribute to the happiness aud enjoyment of the humblest of those present was crowned with success even beyond expectation. The arrangements were perfect, and not a single contre temps occurred to mar the universal happiness of the day. We cannot conclude this brief and imperfect sketch of the " gay doing" Crom Castle without bearing testimony to the good order, decorum, and loyalty of the multitude assembled, so characteristic of the inhabitants of the conntv of Fermanagh.
As the shades of even vacancy iu their establishment. The deceased was buried with no greater haste titan was usual on such occasions, in a private burial lot. Shortly after his death, his employers discovered that he had embezzled money belonging to them to a considerable amount. Some property which be left behind him was applied to make good his defalcations, to the amount ofbut there was reason to believe that the tout sum misappropriated by him would not stt in it laughter. When the landlord applied for bis payment the other day he was told the Marshal was not at home.
Such was the meanness of these fellows. He had gone to Mr. Let tbem with heart and soul endeavour to prevent that man from having his seat for the City ; let them make him a Wandering Jew" laughter. One woman had thrown out of a window a pair of scissors to cut the Marshal's beard off laughter. Brown concluded by announcing a concert at the George for the benefit of the men and women whom Haynau had driven from their native land. An English version of " Mourir pour la patrie " was then sung, and Mr. This annual match was commenced on Monday at Bradford, in the presence of an immense assemblage of spectators.
At the close of the day the score presented tha following appearance: As soon as the Court shall receive of 1 lQtimation of the demise of the former head the a e of 0rleana, the order for the Court and dut Jy to go into mourning will be issued ; the death Probably be four weeks, as on the Orlp' of Charles X. It is said that the Duchess of in o 18 intends to return to Eisnach with her sons win f ' the other members of the Royal family all th present remain in England. A synod of at th 6 maic and Servian bishops will be held here tnS, eQ i of this month or the beginning of Oc-ththey have been convoked by the Ministry for inri , D06e of making known their difficulties, To and proposals.
Another object of this con-at? P, 8ttinga of the Convention will be under the lUji'. Several other high Wads worth, run out 5 Hall, cHillyer. Ingle, c Box, b Hillyer. The resolution was then put and carried unanimously. After three groans for Haynan, and three groans for the Timet and M orning Chronicle, three cheers for Kossnth and Hungary, three cheers for the glorious French Republicans, three cheers for the German, Italian, and Polish patriots. Dalby, b Clara J. Immediately after his death it appears that his brother waited upon his own banker, in whose custody was but a very small sum belonging to him, and deposited no less than It was known to those familiar with him that the deceased brother was very fond of new notes, for which he always exchanged old ones whenever an opportunity afforded of so doing.
He was also fond of new coins of all kinds, and at his death a number of shillings and half-crowns perfectly new ware found in his possession. The money was tendered at the bank in a more disordered state than that in which such sums are generally kept, and the explanation given was that the sum had just been received from the country, and that it had been carried to the bank in the state which it came to hand,thedepositor not having hadtimetoarrangeitin better order. All tliis occurred upwards of 18 months ago, and the whole matter had bean well nigh forgotten, when a circumstance took place, on Sunday, the lit instant, which not only revived it, but has also imparted to it a public interest, which is daily extending itself.
The deceased, it appears, was in the habit, in addition to his ordinary occupation, of acting iu the capacity of ing crept on, all were dispersing to their homes in the most perfect harmony. Thus ended the day, which will be long remembered iu this neighbourhood. Yesterday a grand farewell dejeuner was given to the Rev. Jackson, Prebendary of St. Paul's, Bishop Designate of Lyttelton, New Zealand, and Principal of the 'framing College, Battersea, by the students of the college, by whum a testimonial had them np to the police, but they still persisted in tbeir maltreatment, and did not withdraw until they left Buckley in an insensible state, when Connors and Manning conveyed him to the cabin which he had previously broken into, in which be died about six o'clock on Friday morning.
The following is another account of tha same transaction: A boy who acted as oow-herd at the viUage of Oerryreagh, GHennsak, distance about eight miles from this town, noticed early in the evening of Thursday three strange looking men enter the house of a poor widow named Kellelier, who he knew was absent engaged at some distance, turf-eoiting. He watcned their movements, and learning that plunder was the object of their visit, he quickly raised an alarm. The men, women, and children of this mountain district hastened to the widow's cabin, and, finding among other evident signs of robbery that the padlock which fastened the outer door had been wrenched the old yew-box broken, and rifled of its contents, they set off in hot pursuit of the strangers, who bad decamped some time before their arrival.
In the meantime the pursued, not thinking they were the objects of such interest, proceeded on their way in an easterly direction and meeting with the woman whose house they robbed of what was portable therein namely, two shillings, two or three gowns, and some other artioles of apparel, inquired, in their ignorance of her person if she would purchase some goods which she could have for less than valne. A gown was spread before her dazxled eyes it bad been hers for many a day. Meanwhile the cry of pursuit was beard, and one of the parties was unable to make his escape from the country people, who attacked him in a violent manner.
They conveyed him to the widow's house, where he died, it may be aid, almost instantly. This did not torn them from the pursuit of the runaways they were captured, bound, and imprisoned during the night in the house where lay the remains of their comrade, the farmers of the place guarding them. An inquest was empanelled, and the verdict of tha jury was that the deceased came by his death from blows inflicted on him bv men of the name of Connor and Lucey, while in pursuit of him as a felon taken In the act of robbing Counor and Lucey have surrendered to take their trial. I learned that the deceased was a native of Buttevant, and of the name of Buckley.
During the last twelvemonth an association of male teachers has been formed holding its meetings at the school in Harp-alley for the purpose of mutual improvement, one of their principal objects being a free conference as to the most effective means to be used by them in the management of tbeir various classes, and discussions on the theory and practice of teaching. This association held its first annual tea meeting on Friday last, at Bloomsbury Chapel, at which about of the metropolitan teachers attended, when II. A very gratifying report was also read, detailing the proceedings of the past year.
The Cincinnati Gozetle gives an account of the thigh bone of a human being having been fonnd, containing six times the number of cubic inches that the thigh bone of a man in these degenerate days can furnish 1 Also a human collarbone and other relics to match. Pbysiciaus say that the person te whom they belonged must have been 13 feet high. But the western country is famed for marvels, real or imaginary, and we suppose soma wag is anxious to furnish fossil proof of tha record that " there ware gUnto on the earth in those days. His visit to London and lo. Antrian Government has contracted a loan custo ,00lfi. Serious Aocidekts on Chatham Lines. On Monday afternoon a coroner's j ury assembled at the Queen's Head Inn, Brompton, touching the death of Hugh M'Gratb, a pensioner of the 66th Regiment of Foot, which was caused by falling into the trench surrounding the garrison.
The deceased had been to the races on Friday, and, after the races were over, he, like many others, went to a drinking booth, and remained with others drinking and seeing the dancing until night, when he left to go home to his hoase at Brompton. The night was very dark, and he must have mistaken the road, as he was fouud the next morning by some workmen lying at the bottom of the trench near the Sally-port, apparently dead. Information was given to the sentinel, and assistance given, and the man was removed. He died a few hours afterwards. Upon examination of his person his shoulder was found to b 3 out of place, several of his ribs broken, and he was otherwise seriuasly inared.
A verdict of " Accidental Death " was returned. The same night that the above accident occurred, Serjeant Powell, of the Royal Marines, who is pay aerjeant of the division, was also fouad lying in the trench. By his fall, his right shoulder is dislocated and three of his ribs are broken. He was conveyed to Melville Hospital, and faint hopes are entertained that he will recover. Several other been also subscribed lor, to be presented on this occasion. The entertainment took place in the beautiful grounds he-longing to Mr. Fownes, contiguous to Christ Church, Battersea, where were erected several marquees, including that within which the dejeuner took place, together with the Emigration tent presented by the students to Dr.
Jackson, also exhibited upon the ground. In the Bishop's tent, prior to the entertainment, the testimonial was exhibited to the company, it consisted of a splendid solid silver epergue to form a table centrepiece, beautifully decorated with foliage and figures, of the weight of nearly ounces, and of the value of guineas. It bora the following inscription: In her arms If instead of holding you, her arms are held close to her body, there might be a little something going on, you should take note of. Breathing heavy This is usually a dead give away and impossible to mask or fake. As the body is excited and turned on, the breath becomes more urgent and rapid.
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