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STATE OF IRELAND.
ATTKMI'TKl? AliKKST OP SMITH oBhMhV
BETWEEN THE INSURGENTS ANO THE POLICE.
AtriM \linrl lltfralnl hy Um lusinuns.
M?WiK OffUfl TU ASSIST ITALY.
I.KIMM -HUI.I IN AM? mill IMI I -
l'ATtl? DI THE REVOLT*.
CHARLES ALBERT PROCLAIMED DICTATOR.
TROUBLE IN ALiliiKS.
WfATt 01 TKAIW:. lAIUTl, Ar.
Tlif - ?? ' ". dipt, il UUHtOH, ai
' ? ? a ? ??-, 11 aii'l ! I "ii Saturday rimr-iiit.' from
I.i ver - D thfl t), inwt. bring
| ? | 'Ik ) it l?tW B6W?.
S1i?vh rivo'l ut Hahiax .ii Tlinr?-!ny, tliu 17th,?I
? ? M U liaili d 'it : I' II. (In tliu ?
oi?<??? tha 8l \ ? ? ? md.
Vim n.?>! io Arrcul r?ri* 11It O'Brien.
Wr lad tin- h nrlaf acei latol tai tfaaaaptloai
? -l-iinith O'llricn. ut Kilkenny lat?a ? M
? 'liny (i <p' l
On Betarday morning at 3 o'clock
was received at Kilkenny that O'Brien, Meat bar. Do
htay i > K< ; .. mu? Dillon had bean pro? latan .1 traitor*
ftatatwarde had eeeaoflered tor th<-ir aaprakaaatoa
Heike* tu im- erti-ct a*ata poetad up all over the oou
try. Scarcely bad the ano lunrctnent Ix-en ma Ii
krnuy, whmi Mr. Blake. |aa < ?OWtJ batgsal lot ?
?tabulsry, raeoit?. d to undertake the !ui|i >r!>i- I
wbich the Lord UenteaaM'i nroolooaatioa pota?
He star u d triiin KUkeaaj to rtljr after daybreak? and
liarle; park, ascertained there thai (?? ih
u Brit n and the other proclaimed iTaJtorubart pom :
the nuhx amoag the eollieri (or " Blank Boya ") oi
tviulngti Common, within a mill ol BaWagarry.
Mr Blake aenl a meseenger to t alian where '?
itabulary ol ifco surrounding diatrtct wore eoas> a
Irated. Tbeee, h th? number ot fifty or sixty nun. be
l.ret ted 10 marrh to thn. ( ?.iimion ot Bottlagh ? di?t*nce
i ten ?ruh milei. A etfOlfJ inilitnry fbreo awred at
?ufe from Kilkenny to i? mom pokol Mlltlai) n la
bvoantOBtt m the ommI complete ?na1 i v. rwhelminii
rind from Tburle* ?pi?ihh! I aaM PaOMloaaoro OM
('Mhul, all cooconirated on the apot which bad been
?out a? th?- headquartrra ol the rebel armr.?
Watte tbeee proparattoaa *i r.- m arogroao, a boM oi
lolu-emcu from < hl.?n abonl '*?. hmi alroaiy paoj
tratad to the oaajor 't alia Irai t? m. ami chickcii |M re
Thepolicn marchinc to the Common of Boulafh bund
nr.it. i - K; ? ?: an I bli aai ? .'? - th ??? ? tli an o?er
whelming farea, rt-a.ly Io k'iv-- tht-m baltlo l'h
tkoaeareit knnian raibnlTr Chapel bad beeej nine m?
?oon ai tiivT ?ru- aaoi oMMei biiiu. amt erotrdool y :
?ma wem aMOaaatartty Moi-kmn lo bal rank? of the in
?urgKiite. Pbadkaj hlaaai II badaaeeroj boka] obttobbnI
id and Oat oC, Cfiol (-'onutahle Trant threw hi* men
?nto a aubalantial slated house which stand? on an em.
pence close to the commou Hire tin y were aj
assailed by the armed ajok without, and hy then looa
? rs Mr -*inith I I Unen went up to them with a brace
! pirtokln hi* hand*, and called on them to surrend. :
their arm?, promisine them it thry complied th> u pei
son* would tie sale
While ko parleyed and essdeoTorod to fraternisa b)
?hakiug bands with the mea Ibroaab the window?, in?
-Jhiiii." were ?erj . hay and straw at t:;e
entrame ol the house, with a view ol safTocattng the
poor tellow* within, or bavaaa| them alive Ike time
was Dow oaaM toi ict:ni but the 1'olice did BOtaM
their rauikets fill severa! shot!" hmi been rind at tin in
and stone* thiown in on them ttirounh the window ?
One aciouut ?ays they tired a rashly, aiiotiu? that the)
ired only three si ot?. Certain, bowerer, it is that two
men were killed, and that a third expired shortly alt. r
It is also currently repone.I that one of SfaJtk ?)'Brien>
trii nds was wounded la the knee
The effect ol this determined conduct was that tin
crowd retreated and although ?intn ' ? Hi n i.
tbivn o\er ami ovei afabj t - M and pull ,1
bouse, they would not Ktteinpt it The ltomsn ;
clergymen ot Un dii-t'ict it i? said, Milled at this time
"li the scene ol strite and implored the BOOOH to a'
stain from violence Smith O'Brien and hi? ineinl?
then appear? 1 to have ?oi disgusted Ueclarmg that u*
the people would not stand bv him he would not stand
by tneni. he fled across the country on a chiet conspir
slor's hor?", and. rumors sav in the direction ot I i
By this time, a reinforcement ol constubuUry ju?t
siriTed from I'ashel and -.ion alter ?ti
i emular troops, i-avairy. artillery and inlantrv came
ixjurtni in from every quarter By the t.in. they ha 1
?iin?>ci. the utmost tran,nullity pievailed. TbeaslUtary
bivouacked oa the oyaa laid? It ra ? nts.
The Hblruiliih at Kalllnaiirry-Drfenl ol Ihr
Irish "?cmtsI Killed und \\ oundrtl
i loin more n cent accouut? Irom Balliugari -
ure farther paiticulai* ot Iba lato c.-ir'nt betwaeu tin
uasaraaaliaadpoltoo ?<> u< I laty ol l.ppciary, from
?hichweha?e made the (bUowusfl summaiy of tin
ino.t important evt-nt? It appear? that thi widow
CofaWan boil?-'. ? arUek Mr. Trsnt and his party
toak the'.ti-r. stand? on an e:.-?aU-d p?OOO of groOJsd
tha CoaaaaMof Buniagb It is a wry nbataatlal
. surrounded by a wall ol foai (oat high, and
rOVaarbabr] weil adapted tor the purp?)Se tor which it
The jHilu-e apjieai to h?M-letreated t-- thi? position
ranniU|? as they went, while trie insurgent*. In usi
?hebnicii numtn-r? a ling their arms < 'n >?
?alelv inside they proci ..led to barricade the windows
*ad doors, and tor thi? purpo.e mantel pie,
loru down .1 Mirs pulled ?loin their hinge? and dresses
displaced Mrs Cormack. know.ng that d ?torbaaoos
ware .ikely t.. take place.had .ted within her h >um
her five rhllo-- : n: -h.- went to M
i ?'(trien who was in the garden in the rear of the
premises, and S-s?>ught him to remonstrate ?
? ut he deebaed doing so. and ask< i bel
?'-K-k aud t?:il them that all he wanted froal them Was
their ai mr
'IhismessH, : finding that she ,1. ?
not ?ur?rr?H?. she returned, and again ur^.-d Mr O'Brisa
loseeMr Trant. to whirl. In- .-oiisente-i \\
?rant was up ?U.r
Narrlcadmg the windows, and, as the rebels had occu
pied some back premiss and were keeping un a iroM
ire, it was some little time before he ,,....! jobs fus men
'*'..w liav.iu' howev. i succeeded in gi-tt.n. >
safely, ba saw- VIi 0 Hr.en ( reeping out ot the ti
Two o i hi? men imm?diat, ly ?hearted "There bet*,'
snd, rai?ini( their musket*, fired at him .vithin a distance
?f twelve yards but without etfcet.
He then disappeared bal t i - ? Bal ??; ft * probable
that he was wound? d at ai I
The force opposed to thep^dice is variously estimated
'?at it would ap|>ear th-t. on the arrival of Smith
0*Mn "st : rev:,-us erenlag, accompanied by sr>era
ren?emea. the aeifkriorhood turned out armeii. and the
?i|ht was paused by OhVeii and his party review,tu
and aisrshaiir ? their I
Nut morning having m-t ,.- by spies, ui ;he advance
?A the l alian poMpl i I | '? of thi
(our or n?e dirterent ikkIic? w I ich were to concentrait
a? Balhufarry u Hrien aaseeabled .u>d addressed lu?
men . and about hall p??t :.' o'ctoak they saw the party
consisting, some say, o! only 17 men. under Inspector
Trant coming up.
The police bad advanced as tar as a cross road that
?usases down the hill past Mrs Cormack s house
when, suddenly s. ein? the great numbers that wen
under Smith i> Hrien, they turned lcp thj crossroad
with the view of gaining a post aj delen.e Smith \>
Hntsi body thon broa.- and i i?hed up the h : to an
detpatathatr design - got into the boas*
Irsi. running iieck ai I a paosal M -
mack, aeeuig that a roniiict ?m u ta r n -hed t?'
? ecoter possess! 'O ol her tue ;, -.?ung chi';.'
The p<,.ic< hu?rifi, r? fused to gire :heU1 Up retain
-ag them as hoerages tor tkaar own salety. but placing
them under the staircase, as the ?pvt most sheltered
"?? the fire of the rebels 1 he widow then went for
the priest, and while she was abseut, a party of nine
toea of the coos labulary Irom Caahvi. beaded hy Sub
'*apeeior Coa, and accompanied by the Hon. Mr. French,
RS. arrlvtd on Mat scene ot ?inn just a? the struggle
st the house was terminating
Wbi> these latter were pusbu.g upward to th?' bouse
in which their comrades were barn, aded a tiody aj |bj
???argent* came down upon them, beaded bv a diaji
?rnied with * huge pike which he brandished as he
?rataleag Ueeateri ? e aUa.koii
?x?-, and stood out m trout lor that purpose, when, by
?NaTofDvih-lnapaotta- Coa, byaooa
stable, t ? d. end ni'- n
throug: ? -' ?- Mr '
? 1 rant v?i I
' <!l tl
mainline Kornan < ?tholic ebargyaan naa? aai
und dead and several badly ?
I waa ?con ; I
d ? r. m h Bait ....
wer?' ?ttpudinj Ban ? . BBBBaBB who nad
? ? : ? great paia
. ? : 1 to U
y atterward Mr ' > .
. to the
. ? moic ei
tioa than waa attirai I
? ? <
v winded, ?m : ? d. ?rid tb' BM
nutaspacted to aurriTc Many Ban en
- nip. . . ?? :it ol the
rorgeata, who ware prietpaHj coiiiere w
?.'i. y fi ::.
? it the dead.
? II ? 'H'V ' ' ?
?i with the riitf' i>M in..
Itatlona ' ? wer- such a? effect
All tbfl 1.IH" ol ruad lea
? R. ?? ? ?? eted byetroag
i arten at
? ? and mi ii w
nnnoer? on thr tahaMmta,
\n Irish Arrou it of Ihr F.vrnt* In Tipperr
the I ? : . agi ?? ? i ? >. ? m >'??
I . ? | iin 11
Wa kara raeatred Iba foOowioi by Special Ea]
troin our cnrrespoi. lent ny
ijarly im Saturday iiinrnir e Miblnspi
? i ? dad to
ol Bellingarry, oa tha bordan ..t
; pperary, tad nrel' i ml ea Iron
; ? .i
I - re la UM m.iuntaina of
Ij ',i ame 11" !>
iy In . i a in nir.*' '
Consta1 la ' - dtepatehed ??
any, with ? dispatch tor Bub-Inepei
'liant. CarroU reata oa until be aaaae to a part of
ni when be bi ar l ?erara] abofa Brad, atad
i ?a aAarward bum j.i iaoaai by areaed Beeaatry pat
BoaM oi thi n. aen
.<n an get? hack bit
all." Lut "tri'': -. ? .1 nut take Cam
Ufa 1 ibflllld remark that the com table w*i in eo
i-d clothes. He was then brought into tie
? ? ; ?;. i t aanera-wore a eaa with a p
? : atad i ai rfi la id k ka hi? baa 1
Mr. CI ?
one ol tin- im. ? ' at
r ? ? j ? 1 - ? ? 11 tnii f.- al be eral known
? in the neighborhood. Mr. O'Briea then,!
[ufi mu .1 turned round and aahed the the ,
I be give himaelt up ' bat they Dot having
ii .i bio B - ich a ah ?i ha walked a'.eut lor MM ti
mounted the eODttl I'l' ? bOTM Bid rod.- DM
Carroll wa* detained for aoaae UaM ifteiafard la
! tour men. During tbia period fi
Trad Dad in- rii'ii aren n to*
Hu v had retreat, d. i-iu n. Hide.) hy country |>eo|.'e.
whoaa. they an 1 Croat I Alter the lapai
tw o or thr I bj sharga m
uihii, and thi-"?? ?table to taba Mi
partttra. la coming aloaf the road n hi* way back
K Ikeaay, Carroll r^wtH Mr Smith o Brian, w
bad ehaa?ad hat dree*, now wearing ? hat on boret a
Mr O'Briea (topped Un Tht cooetabla, I tai bo
Informad Mi Ovrin that he had no arm?, remon?tra1
with him. and told him it was foohnh to thiuk of hi
in? out against the lore* that would !>e brought agan
. i muy a? the prieeti arara eahoftuu the pooi
n t t.. ta ta reatetntg the authorite* Mr 0 Hri
^... iiie,| -o think deeply on what the eoaotl at had I
? I tioit lor tw.ntv V"?' ? he imd ban trying
?area kdaj coaacry, an.i tint, n the people did not ?tai
by him, hu raiiji I tly afterwa
I with Carroll, gi lag him alt tttck, and rode*
ny hmiieit i in the retara ol bat oaattable bo Ulkeaa
order? a t.. tue military and DOUOt M in.u
t Mi Traut'? assistance . and ^t e.- o'efooh in On ei
nine the ettj was thrown into BD awlul state ot excit
Hunt !.y the mOTiag miwai I toward Balitegar] "I
moat foraiidabie loosing torce. In the van waa a tro.
id the 4th Lieht Dragooaa . then loilowed a laree hoi
id o .li. e. t: .-i. .sine ahuut three hundred mtant
soldiers, beaded by the resident magistrate, ,lo?e|
iireen K-o and the n ar was br.eu'ht ii|i by ariotii
body of pohet 'I here were in all between three ai
four hundred aoldtere, ami aaoal oaa h oadrad and el
!. . t the constabulary. A guard ol th? - Id |
kept watch on the Triolttl, und a very BVW numbi r
BOJaM w.re under arms in the Assembly room ir liei
gaaaralry toaasaaBd that taatth 11 Unen would i
m m a priaoaaa davaag tha niiiit. Boweri
shortly alter the cle|iaiture of the m: ;t U \ hi i
BOWI ol the safe reiiv.it ol Mr. 'I'rant and his party, ? I
conveyed to Kilkenny and cavalry Bauet were d
Batoaad to recal the ?oldies and conslahuiary wi,., we
on tiieu way oit Th'-y were 01 ertiiki n in Kilmanae
aboal ei^ht miles troin Kilkenny, and returned at:
early hour oa this morning
Mr 1 rant and his men tot off in ?al-'ty baj I D P
tD say that l?verai ol the people were k .n d and aroUB
td \ni-du- the latter la.lt is thought. Ml DUoa .".'ii
m-, ount? state that twelve people were billed, bat ! b
beet those to i?, asauanaad
I have beard thai than were about .ItXJ armed DM
? Smith O'l.imn at the time Carrol] wa? taken, al
I :our hundred ?ore on the h?ll near him Catli
i. elerev tii"ii were seen in vain exhortinjf thi petsp
to cease resisttnt; the MbBB, while the ?hoti mm
wbiaabag around them
It i- si.ppo.e.i that Mi 'l i int pi leaadad ao BalUngan
under the impreis: .n that he wa? to find a larga fon
there to meet him. and that the mounted Policeman wi
.'.t' r him to recall inin on its beine known that I
would not lie joined bf the expected font ?t?i
lastly asaerU'd that it was BWIBJ M the int.rte
Banal the Roman Catholic ciereymeu tint the Pollf
were ai b agth alb i wad to retire unmolested
I tic ?sit accounts trum UaUingarry state that the mi
were HPK nil allai, on tnat puint from all tl
I -.!..,;. >
Wa conclude that no arrest? have ban
the tact that parties BI ill lag by the trim wind. -
tha K.; - ?? rm ..?.? th.? Daofadsg ?t * Ina m..
. IcH'k. had not heard any later |M
than that which we had ali.adv ie( eived. It wa? cet
....: an i Mort was to hav.- t- |
:. lay night oi V n.i ij morning to encompass eau
?COW the bills on Wbl B Ml U'Krieti and hi- |'a'l
wi le reported to haw taken refuge ; and for th-u BU
BDM it wa? said that a body Consisting ot I ?" in. :
iiiiludms military and police, had uiov-d on the cUt
tri.-t. All i-ircmiistance inaKes the a' ei.i e ol battl
gence more uDarcountablc than it oth.-rwise wou.
?"??in ?tie i .irties from whom BMJ were able to mak*
??? Itaied that all along the DBM wa? ijuiet It wa?
?aid that tome add.' ,- led with ration?
:t limerick t"r 'lhurlts.
v anou? rumor? ?re in circulation, bu'
hare been iurhcnn!l\ authenucatad t> anjen
g them pa leeaagert fron
K benny, R
.. eut town?., ml lea unabated Tkogi
.milles ar? arriTtaaf I
bg ea. b ti I .ver, state that a:
ex.rjthing :? quiet in the country and that ?
on Saturday. no disturbance whate\er ha? taken
I Orgy are spoki tl ot as be
f their authority ar. 1 in:' ...no. with their ''. ?kl
: i pr. vent them troin ;..iuin(r in ?ny movement which
muy br |l ? I .11 ti." power ol the law.
Further Particular? Arreat of l>r. fanr, J. P.
Kiu' Hin adtf \jj-..?: :
p to this hour it i* uot known arbore Barbth i ? ir.-n
.?at BBaaaat ipatch ot Sunday ni(?rt 1 in
s.ut aad his party ot
which they had been
aaatV and raaaaad latir quarters in sa', tv ?
: -m and his men had
ofl tr..in the Balliagarry I the iub
tor ventured u> bring out i -
? approach from l'hurle? ot
al Ml ?on? Id ?uh artillery and two thousand men
in :.y Mr K'-ik- . ;::?? County
- .nt ar?d
'th. r Sub laepectora to BaBtagarry It la ?a.d thst Mi
: Kilkenny I heard today, on what i w
ti nly call good authority, that a poor raB
?? il?cer saw M: 0 ?r.. n .u Company with tin
Otber persons, riding across the country m the neigh
?orhood ot Clomanto which is nine mile? from this city
?ii tiie Thurle? road ycsterd?y I b. ?ie?e thi? state
mt nt to be true There wa? a rumor a:ioat here that he
wa? in Nenavh la?T night, bnt this i?not generally cred
1 ro:n all 1 have heard on the subject I am dispose i
< it he k ta thi? county, and the rneeaurea
'..at they are ol
. \ men of many parUhe? have strongly ad
?leed the.r flocks not to oin m any armed attack .n. . r
rcautance to, tbeaal aad fr?ta
, . ??. that the pariah prieet ;
toed, in thi? c;-unty ? people
\Ir i) Brieu ?aasiatADce on j-*turday it
ed that Mr o Unen fed moat ot thoee w I
ed around h.m at hi? own expenae. and ?trictly proiub
ihn] ?ny of them tioin ?ei/ing prorut.ini or c?tt.e from
the farmer? Early to-day it wa? reported that a police
BBiraaa bad been attacked at '1 hurle? At a later hour
tie rumor ? hanged tu Caahel, and gained mere credit
Indeed, it is confidently believed heie, ai thie moment,
that ?evera! of tha Caabel police were killed In the at?
tack, tor a large body of conaubuiary bave marched
BNjaa Ki.ki-iny in the Tipperery direcuoe and many ot
?id that the City of the King?' wa? th.
nation. That ?ome sudden tuu.Uiv?n-e causea them to
gat tba roula, there U m doubt, tor among them ware
? ? had in
th?- morning tee
i' u ? tarta* thi ? irence
. - . *
?uredi- 'han two wen ?bot dead
? ? ? i thou
/? n ? t Ki beany who became acquainted with Mr
?i while actin. ? ? . ?
railway Mr Stephen? i?
... thi* cil
?v -th hu?sar?. on M
? als were maue tor the am?'
BaSch n Tueaday
? it they bad a
?oner at mu ?
i nere he wa?
' suites that trie chat
t .n ol '?? i sal pi ' ' - and the *rre?t was
? i suspension art
. , .
? to m from him are
- . s I am at a loss to
?.as ii.'i-n ar"-- ?ted
-, Saturday la?L he exhort* d
rt not to take |l neairy
aei ??' M as BB ?
Troops i aBBBM to pour in up to the time 1 am
The Mklrtnlah nt Hnllliiict rr% .
i ? - :? F
Oaaraaut Oarir* ? I Kaaaaaaro statt
-der. in the bulletin ; rat -
- lay last, re?a
place to the poUca i I
?? a; ball i bVi
' superannuated Irish |
Thai . -nent will anim?t?' all r-ontt
? strate danng
as have handed down to history the heroic feat? of the
d i ullan.
tnke aa inti I
? ? -i ul the
aaing, unaasisi'- -.rathe
, ary, atia. ?,ed one tboaaaa :
?raed wttj fire-arm? and pikei
Srn.ir, URne. N
. n, ai ..... i .
arge mi.itary fore? arai
? i ornradea of :
sir duty and eel - id at defiance.'
ta - t appears that a t"W constable??if ?
' . in. hut they u - ? " at
ta.' ki-i l with fire-arm? and
? , | tain ..I
I Not one ' band was ..
I them, and put ?evi ral lei I And to
add to thi .t wa? all aV ? ,d was
? so much as ? -
mtort and BM and.
? and courage
-till we thin* the COOUB - ?
o.errat.-I tin ,r i .aims. We do not know arhj
CommlMion? r* i ? ind rebel?.
i " 1,000
men, without even I
Thi* itateBBBat It t gros? exaggeration, and
inputatloii ? ??.?? real
Inthe AYU'inti fefeeVet r ,.? ?aturday. whii'h ??
Iowa to day, there hi a foU aad circumstantial aeaoaat
nt the tran?art:on. t!.- rbich were IU|
by a *'frl I We an detoct, m to eeau-mili
tary s'yle, If n it the pen at least the phrase
one who had Seen ,' the iron shower
i M four-" tr ? th.- constables is rn
th.-h.eht ot tin-? Kiehting Miviiion, but the - rebel ar
my" la eat dowa at WO I The comminloners g)
powder I l lor each policeman, wl le th.-author
the local patier give? only 1,'. ' There is
ai lontiahle dispose ti
?J.*i tor his share, and dispose ot only 1
.?ni boa .nt one?simply ahoat forty
T.'.e A hi i Mmlrrntnr 11 highly ' oiservative, and
I d. on any account, antae
v u -inel'- man, Woman or hoy . ,,
Bke public wOl n t h
nuit tiie bulletin of tm - BBTB of a slashine ax
.it win. h wo have reaervd t.,i
BM I i-t. ?peak? id ? tne ("ommissioner? ?ong ot tri
ri laneuage hardly ht for ear? polite It damn?
B*n more than BM M " BBW, BM ' uiVtm "I the
Commissioners an 1 denounce?, in no uumeaaured
Urins. Iba peculiarly miachievoua" tendency ot it? n
di Thi- A' "i M laaaec
tor Trant the credit ot writing seven hundred ' 1 !)?
M oinv-rcifully lop? hi? laurel?, and thus i
hi? claim? : " The foot* are that instead i I 1,000 rebel?.
there arete bat KM) or tbereaboota; lha ominoui
benag ? te:-;- ? u.arinn toi ?till tar*h> r
n The Commissioners m all the credit ot
the achievement to Mr 1 rant which excited tne just
jealousy of Sub Inspei tor Cox vhoM claim lor a ?hare
.?i aha hi.n or .- faraa out fot ward by the Mmit : "Trie
?n\- Iht MM o.,ntted tsi state that flub
...! ' wa? relieved bl M Inspect, r
C v B th a party ol not BBJM .u all than twenty two
BM I who h I? , s i avery
d tin-in to :!igbt. a'
So, tin n ? ? w. -. --men to attack' and
put to Mieht the LOO0 rabel* ai the bal
.'"Uiitnii head* amount t- but200 thu? tfiwng a dirai
nutlon ol no less th
? st,mat. ot Iba I'omniissioners ot 1'
\\ e really cannot conceive what purpose theae exag?
gerations are intended to accomplish, i! it be n. ?
rita stil, greater alarm and panic. It l? bad enough that
any sjch collision should have occurred, and it
not thu ?<"'* 4 Ir.umph" to misrepresent the ml
tart?, and mislead the public a* to the cond.'
the country In crr-rung the perveriiom ol tne
aaaaral arder an haw altogonai nmittiirl a very
imp, .'tant elecant ai the reeart tha taieifereime of the
Catholic clerry Had thi \ n ? interlined inste? 1
. bj raaard lha kmoi njm i ' eleven live?
n. man 'an te! what blood might have been ?p:'t ot
w.'im! m.eiit bava ban aha bum of dm boHm Ought
n t the ? gneral order ban
Wtaaaartth*ihaai ?ericu? dut.
hi the country wa? OWlngl
lti.oi.ir? ol -mil'i llltrien'? MiKht.
Kn rowan fF? ?????? layat|
Nota ? it the ntmnet Tirilaana rbarartar
Ues all tl - here, they re
main in . ISC? oi Smith lil'.rien? where?
I'out?. Then - '.numerable as t.> th
Uon he I ? ,ry. but they are ?o
Bg 1 * ? corn
conclusion on the subject. However, the beat authen
: '? represent him ?a? stated in my dt?
last ? ? etnne?as having been eeen at Ciomanto.
> ? - city m t;.' i
He then w . of the 'M un.
I read a prl '
ty m this i-i'y to day and it stat-sthst it was confidently
that siultn < i bru a s?j,-d In in ?:.
ot Limerick in the Jane Black, on -
I. tter in (RM ?tion farther states that this
under wi - ? ii?1 b<'hind a tiumb?'
urant* who hail engaged a pas??. Now. I d"
not at all believe that Smith 1 ) Hrien made his escape
.n this mat) lor. theugh it wou.'l not have :
possible for him to :? < on the ?an .
ing as h - .-arry. it would have been ?
. i.mcult tor him to do ao.
rt no dou! t that he wa* ?een
I ti.ink that he i* at
t it::! . and Gn. M I'onald ba? a portion ot hi?
? ? - ? ????? tnped tnthal sta I ? ? hich tact prove? that
tue autiioritie? are ot opinion Mr 0 rlnen ? Mara* 11 ?,??'
1* in Ui ? . i ot tiie seer.' . 1 the late encoun
A cautionary notice warning ?U ,-erioni againd h?r
I ny ot the implicated partie? wa? po?ted through
Ki.kt-ui v this morninc Mai 11 was ?mniediately torn
. the ??eople, a? I have been informed by torn?
of the aath."
-tme ol Thin?, in Kilkeaay.
The sime Cjrreipondcnt ?ayi
? outpost* uf the County are bemg
?nanded by Ma; De'.anry marc*-?
tenu with them.'tor Cai ?
? m wlta den I
aid, and jndrr that ofiner s command A company ot
ladet I.ieit Cr.,w also marched to Caatleco
mert.- strengthen the *arn?on there InUlligence iu
: ting ths: Maj lien, l'nn.-e OattgO I ?amhndge, wiii
I come to KUkenny in caae 1 ? an outbreak here ha? been
Tt.e-e was a ?treet not In Thur'.e? yeeterday morn
ing. H appear? that tome of the peopi?, attempted to
preveru the conveyance of bread from a baker? ?hop
- and broke a tew- pane? of
g!*?a in the endeavor: but they were duper?, d without
1 troop ot frfMtoons.
Thi? evening, a? two industnou? c.tiren?. M
i.ey, a merchant tailor of High-at and Mr. ?<?race, gun
niak.-r ot Patrick *t were proceeding on private bun
:;? si u thr R. nn rt - i don. they four :
?elvea overtaken at MUlmount. about two miles from
town, by Carroll, the mounted policeman, who wa* ta
ken before ??. O'Brien on Saturday
Carroll told them that he had been d.?patched by the
County Inspector to learch the car on which they ?at
a* he had been informed that they were conveying
arm* out oi the city. Messrs GaSney and Grace at
once returned to the city with the constable, and when
it wa* found that they were perfectly innocent of hav
ing a* much a* a piatol-lock with them, they were die
iu? l?r Can, a* itu generally ru:nored that be will be
remonsd from the oouaty jail to Newgate, or tome
n? *a\ h.
a? place bete rr mornin,
??laie of the? enntr?.
/ - ? -
?tardm; the " i > g I
nal is ? . /
-?? i ?? l s iurnaiist it te m,, |
tuner I at, and state truth to bit rea<
We admit tha: : ? ?:.? law forflatg-lii .t a
sift the truth from the mas? of er ??(?erstu-n and in
tMek are always so prt-aj-ni ,n t
i.im as at prewnt pervade* society, and which e
movement ot the aut: ? -?imulate
we can say is. it anything we state may not
? ni*, we sha., hot at ieasterr by desu
or, what is <
ularity. We nave ?? I icti respecting
'.ngs connected with Smith uBrien [rum tl
nearest BO the scene?, wt
v. h and to far as we have yet as
tiint-t it it BSJM ? > et we
tt inces seem to throw a great doubt on in
: ago, ?;-, Btaatt] - ibahaBBaaad 11? n it paatabl
?? we often ask bo story of tho 1
? ?- . ? ? .
tiy?with the alarm nation everywr,
-.vitn the arrit al of I.
Hardinje -,t.- << ???
tl tne officials ot Ireland?with warsfa
mar.nesj loaaV UM ; ? and cles
r the (Jovi
? or else impc-r
. some m?<mnery w. nave Bat yet dete, <
.>?-' ' ' ' the] a.-e. to i
i. ii Itbe true that -
? ? ,?and we hi- I ,
pti ??s.iintiion bar Ibraaa?oaaaa them to
? ? bef to .:
,s expecst? 9 - - tr. 1 tkaOBJMri
tagta every nerve and arcry of suthor.t
rnm? a I which, with
. the fj
> ?of artior
tl wn. have never ha ? ' >r appro-,
nether :. i t.-.?t tupport >r ap,
? 'hf Catholi
' '.here be any who thirst to o!
they w... . ? * . s (Je n
; -e I ?r. .?? .-tr .;.? OBS modoi
?ted : y lattery
tnis most naba]
tune, a high liai ? ?
h.ood and hit fbrtBBO. Bo maybe
brat let no man bt ?eve mat ire.an i is thi
?.hat British iici t
? poraoTi rod ht, ereaai and I
powerlul. because a mora dioertx
must keep Kngland ?;? | | .tlity ol h
?'nu t 1er in d
lie thai lu aal
. patriots, and it? ?.dim? ma-tyr?
"Senreli for"l|r. Dokrny.
A i orrai] adeat of | /?. FVasa - .'
wr.t.notr ni Tl
(in my arrival at BOM today I ott no time in |
(rota the best and molt n
- I ' "he coiinti
and the result of my ir s me M state wi
? thai al: i? tranquil about aere, and the pe>
antry for the mutt part BBgafl usual indc
?ere w lether carrect
n A there an- M means of ??ccrtainirg, are to the etle
that on ve-terday 'our persons, one i " arbOBI is said
b? Mr Dokaari ?'ave a sjaaatftyol Haaa to a aoaal
lag about atghi mile* trom '.his town, to ha
made into clothes, und?at ting. I presnir
?tatemen;?a large body of p ? . ? i in nirnli.
with three ?ub jispcr' n ear? at sn ear
hour this morning, taking the direct! .n ol KishOtBata
m sear, h oft thi parties against whom warran
They are scouring the mountains la thai
??(I/ore ol the Irlab I i ague II.n< and n
II" I orri'sputnlenir Vrreat ol Mr. Ilnlpl
.I Mr. John Ken of Itelfnat.
The lollow- ag BBpaaaad hi |.,n,i BBSlTh r ' ad I
of the H'trklv Frrtmnn ol Saturday
About 'i o'clock this diy a sergeant and two pollc
?ipanied by some members ot the detective tor i
? I |h* room? of the Irish LiStagBO, No '..' Dam.- ?
and inquire I tor Mr Malpin.
He was at the time In au ad : lining room ipeakin; i
Mr Rea of Belfast, and the po ire having ,'one into tl,
i Brrootod h-,m. *ni ooatiyodhlat to the i |
the I'oiice Cimmittionei? in the l.frWer Cast!" Ytr<
Mr Rea followed and was refused ud-nissiOB He th
r-trared hi- ?tt pt : .' BR?*BBfB0i
the outer Castl? > ard was ?tnp, d and taken
tody by three or lour detectives and brought hack
Mr. Rca demanded to see their warrant but thr
produced nine He wa? then conveyed a -,
?a same building as Mr Ilalpin I >r?,
clerk? connected with the Irish League, nsmedo Un
dy. applied to tee Mr llalp n bat wa* retHSed He ;i
quired ot th- . int when he et IM see Mb
and was told not unt.. r.e a as r. moved to Kilmainharr
\ery shortly altt r the samo po .rued t
the League | , ... . f them, and a
the books, papers, corresponden- ?? i I BOBBI bitt i
t.rn paper ivuig on the r!j,,r md in the fire pisce wer
gathe. ? j Maat Of the book? were ;
Hat police alto took 500 copies of pamphlets whic
they hau '? on tho proaataM containing a report ot Ml
' ; t trial, and also a large map ot Ireland Bridai
hung over the chimney piece.
v then went away but pre i i'us to thtir depsrtur
? BBBtOd IM tt i ,'eant ?
Bata Of Dr Blake ?nd of lion Mr trench, whic
| ?i.in t, Badal application ?
Urication ha? btsen lssu-.-d by th'
Francis Meegher. John B. Ui.on. Mi.-hae. Doheny, and m
? ers other persons stand charged as being gull
if High Trea? ...
i 1er Majesty,
? ? this is to give notice to, and warn a.l persons, ihs
elr pursuers any of ;hi
si.ove-nained persons, or other? whom they sba I know I
? ; ...sr ireasoaabl? .
. -ape or who shs
-- - t auslead 'nme woo are in search o
theatvor woo sba arbor
... -ere? guilty u
. - , ? i leal! w-.ih accord
iDglv. -By hi? I ? ? t'ommsnd.
? l)u'..;n l a?t>. lit A.ig'isi, 1M8."
TrniiBiieMiin. in the Ioterlor.
The (???.??., staus that Cahirmoyle house Mr
? s residence i ha* been searched for another o
, 1er? Mr ITni?IBjBB. hat the pursuit is said ti
? en OB hot that ka at . y v>ut hsll
an hour. Ha is raported to have had abomt ISO despe
e ret;?tance to bit arrest .<
hi | ; ? . ??? e .rrency to sn ab?
oard report that Mr. ' i liorman bad boen shot dead al
The I I . ? trom the !nsh paper? ? ?'
day The accounts l.oin the South ?re quite tranqu.!
?ny concentrated around the distnet where th?
? .re loested were to have moved this morning
under the command
to sconr the country, and effectually to crush the insur
It is stated that smith < I frota the eol
. ; ? rary?that he hud arrived M
? | h;? way t.. >Vw Uuay. a litile leapor
in the eoaaty of ' ?alwsv
ntormi us that the peasantry were return
:ng toward Thur'et and reoaa?B| their work
It is sa.d tnsl I'r Cane has been arrested in Kilkenny
The".rth Regiment wtth tw . p.ec.-s ol artillery, ar
nred at Kilkenny on Wednesday evening There was
no lau- ?* th? whereabouu of the I
A .ent.eman who left KilVnaule on Thursday ever.
;ng. says tha*. ?mith oBnen and his follower? were
oiug about in thi I between that
t,jwn u ... of H'aUngarry Oar Informant
mentions a cumber of rumor? iying iboat K;l;enaule
which we think unworthy -?! the slightest credit?for
instan.e. it wa? said that aensniersbie acceasion to tae
rebel rank? had come ;n r j the estate of
Lord Hawarden?that this ieta/ hment had te.it? a
number of buliock? belonging to that noble lord, and
drove them in as ? ?upply for the rebel commiasariat
Other and sti.i more improoeo.e rep.rt? were afloat
but ae the subsequent accounts by the train, which
passed the district where the plunder ot the cattle is
sileged to have taken place, represent everything tran
quil we only noOce the matter to express our disbelief
ol the ?tone? Troopi ?re conitantly ? I
The Editor of ike ? Feloa? Arreaied.
Mr. J. F I.alor the edit, r of the F-U>-\ newspaper.
and one of the most prominent of the F.tecutive Dir?
tory, was taken at Hallyhane. near Nenagh. OB Thurt
day night and lodged in V-ns.h County Pruwn.
The .Vtwfk ahaarakaa ?>y< farther, in relation to the
In out last we announced the arrest of Mr Lalor and
that he tu on his way to Nenagh gaol. At I o eck
on Fri 'it evening he arrived in town escorted by a
i ttrong guard of the J4th depot under command of Cap
I tain Lumeden. Lieut Jordan and Ensign Wasted, and a
larg? body of the ecmau'>u!ary. commanded by Mr.
O Dell, S I There was no escitement occasrioaed ty
his arraot and on his ?meal ji Peter street a few or
china raiswd a yeli, but it was not raapoodad to by tho
persons present Mr. Lalor is not compelled to use the
liet Bot wear the prison dress, but m other ra
specu ha U tiaatod Iba same a? ail uatnad pnaooer?.
He i?? t
m? and about .i.?. years d ?ee There i? not any sp*
.ainsi him. he tiein. '--the Ha!
. - - -
?a?ure ol the I ord lieutenant to ? rder at
. ? - ' ? ? i at The tither of th?
wa* the fir,'
tM ever ?ntered DM Hr.tisb -. i ?.'/? i.-e?..
the garb of an Irt?h peasant ?nanv
rduroy knee-breeche?. worsted ?t
,? - e-.e*.
trre.iof Meaare. ?lean? and Brenoanat ?is
-spondence of the i- eeman? Journal.
" any and
Brennai. talad with the faiM newtpa
?e-J hen- th.? miwning at
They w \.d, t>? u
*hi' a they an re . they were uk.'n o? in car? to Loi
rea. accompanied by a- r? Grey* and of
police In attendance .? r desuna
Arreata lor nigh Trenaon.
un 1 u. ?day at 11 o'clock AM s? l'air, s M.ri
Eeq Kdi- . . ut. wa? on hi? w?y to
'? ? ?t ?t he wa* arrested by two policemen, v
instantly took hirn to I - , . where BO BO**
. ? ?
N CfaBh, Drogheda.
Monday week la?t. when two policemen a
Extraordinary Arrea'? in (orb.
(in Wednesday Messrs Ila!ph and Isaac Vuian ?
in attendance 'at DM Coat? BOBM ot Cork to take til
trial, with other traverser?, op a -bar..
The judge having, however, postponed the eaae fot t
hour?, they were on their way .. i;
: 'reason under the HaheM C
? ? Id i bay wart aoawritt
(that) .: of it? mi
di' tioii il.eti - ? .ersen were p?
'I ?? re have been several more arrest? in Cork ?mo
them Mr. Michael Jeaefh ll.irry. Jr r.ditor ot the f*jr
A - - On ?? -'? r.-.ation |Mlliadad 'he r.
el* on seeine the?e penon? carried oil'te hl
\Vi?d:i->iday morning Charle? T..anV. K'iq l-arristi
*?i arretted on a warrant under the re -ent ?it "t P
lie '.vai at BBM Conveyed to Newgale.
M W 1 Mi > 1er w as IBM I
lb a s - i . . Ie ? ? 1 n N ? ? . ?
Arreatoflhe i oun* Men at i'lni'a.
i ? a .^r.-'- Dry I. b at -?? ???, ? laa* ??? -
?way, N.w > ?. |
?rn ag. Si
?????nt I'ren.ler ol ?M Detect ? 1 at DM .
Uhiuhment and asked t.. BM Mr I
:? nt, to wh in he sute i that he hs |
t.. s. treh the trunks of BBBBJ young men ?
BahaaaBt. Mr. fisher told tne Scgeant it he uaim
tiie parties he would at .in. t; Ia< lit
r r.'ad hit 'ist. and tb>' y .'?ne mi-ri were ca".i
'>> 'dr I .sur and desired t.. open their trunk? vvhi
lulled There wa? noti.ine whatev
! ."Hid la the trunX? except the wea: : I
' partie? It is not true that tK? oM
d.a'uments appoialllig tin- y. ang dm ;
was stated ? y the M n ? t.. ti.'
and ?? captain?." ' BOliaMBb), ar : ?
menu a all t' uni
It waa also ?UU'd that arm? and uniform? ? ? I ? I
in the trunk? There \g not one particle of truth in th
The Army In Ireland.
\? a mutter ol mtereit at the present moment, w
?uhjoin the official return of the troops in Ireland f(
month comrmjijiing Auput I [Ed. IV
tat Diagonal Oaarda, CahJr "th Dragon Oaard
Dundalk. .'d Dragoon?. athlOM I'b I ight Dragoon
? . ? ? ','u*'.In Tth Hussar
f rary -th Royal Irish Nowhndgs
aaeara, Cork 13th Light ss mm l .D^for.i
17th Lancer?. Du' lin . Let foot, '?id bat PartOBBtOWl
^d foot. Da ?mil *th foot. M hi
tnghot; 9th fool Dublin I3u foot, BeUael ?Jotbfoe
-? ? ? \'t: n. ? ? ibUa i n i foa
Gaiwar. list toot lottaeaat; t: foot ToatplatDon
r.ih foot I'lonmei M*hfoot,Dabtta l9tbtoot
"-...th foot, Dab m STthFoot, CaatiaHln '?
femp t. Du!.?in , i.un !? ? ick
flKlh M ? r ? I ? . ' . ?t t h
Nia? 74th foot Duh n 'h Pool Ph.rntx Park
- d Foot, Kilkenny -'.tu root. DoM?? l'th roi
. ard Pareoaetowa rid loti Imorick
DtoBI eninpauiea ai 'th tool, Wati-rford , I9th foc
Cestlebar, -Hth loot. Nenaeh i?th BKML Hoyli
Mth tout. Kinsaie TH foot, Permoy . 7'th foot Ml
linear BJjBj loot. Traie?, isth foot. I.ondonderr
In addition, there are detaehinenU ot Royal Artiller
? d at Dublin and in uutdutrii'U . Royal Marine
Dut l'en-ioner?. Koyal r.ng.neer?. and armed Police
making m all, a lore? oi et? ut 11,000 men
The i ill .wing appear m the Oarft Gto*aaaOM?a ' Th
i i.ann. I beat, under the eommand of Admiral Naplei
ha? ban placad aad? r the immediate oommaud at I
iy, for a I the coast ot Ireland on!?
\ war steam"! .? ??? .? m ved oil' Monkstown, and anr
the ruf! Pa???g" West, and a naval ofhVer i? to be ?tl
'loiied :n lila. kro. k (astle. and another in the neighboi
nood of General Turner'? residence, with signal :1m*. I
ban Bf a oortnaoadn ? between the military ?
Cork ha-racks and the fleet in Cove harbor.
? The military and police are all called in from th
itpottl to the ?ur^e towns ?n thi* county
,-iom house lor Ji?) I
th- military, and a oarty of military la also to !?-? ?U
?>? Cat Pert.
*?ei/.ure ol Amniuolllon.
I ne r.merald l?Ie. Buck, inaater baa been ?eued a
I'iymoutii having on board a tarn ot gunpowder to
Ireland The master repre?ented his cargo to be floul
?rew were taken The vee?e! had no paper? oi
t.oM-i Hinein Meaaure*.
iiverninent ha h billowed up their earlier step
lor the pre?.-r\ atlon oi M ace by mea?urea th? raoat de
S'-veral pro? iamation? have beei
The !a?t which wa? iss.n-d. was to the eifec
that any one harbonne the leader?, or ?stuting then
dm, would bo j ?? traaaaa, and dea,
with ecc rdinely
The American Hrlgi de.
\ ? m $m '< :? nt : / wiitinj
from : ? I ?ay?
? * tnant, that the atu
in In .an i did not rely upi.n pike??had no notion ?
committing the direction ot their puip>.?"d n
? one wa? on the card?
and it wa? t.. .? ?Tha ni re reality ol H*
? a wa? taken fot gT talad, aad mail probabilitj
nghny Many dreaded rebellion, hut. with the excep
iv and the Orangemen, all wished
l-eriment, if made. surce?*fu! Th?re are ?Om?
- * rala* oi a triumph, but tney are ?ague.
and w"ieh b .'
:n it During the UH tew year?, all the farmer?' ?oni
? and are practiced in the vue ol
I ?re therefore for.'.-.
they i. * .. are ?thlel.c ?ctive. vigorou? and
Ml they are eag.-r for diaeipline. ami the mean?
d'd -?mith O Brien look
?anre for teai;her? BadI M lri?h in Ame
?Un foi the In.n la?ad an? exi-esiive in their zeal.?
have oiere.i rnith and can ?end them.
\ltrr gar, and it muit not be misunder
?tood. The Maxbtn ??aie ha? released thou?and of
expatriated Iruh trum employment and pay Taey
have acquired a ?trange ?md of experience?a know
ie ot warfare not UDsmted to teachers ot
? n Ireland The m?;or:ty of these were volon?
tiers, and the mode af mu lary in?tru.'tion in Amenes.
M BMMth whole regimenu for the Bald.
slter ttii? ?hf rt tuition, these r- .
vindicated the ?ucee** of their le??on?. and exbfottod
leau ..I glllaall I that ?hatted the regular?.
Man ' ooal it *.".e?e v.jlunteer? are avai'.able
,nd in fast, eight ct their beit drill?" are now
in thu country Two were pointed out to me to-day.
*?? no m.?Uk;ne the.r HiI?rrnio.Tankee aspect
.eh and Heady" end "-"haw
?? guardtman. ?teiiowi without fear and made
r'eeiio? of ibe t'lergfy.
The ?arre correspondent wr.te? .
Tbey err who ?appose th? Catholic clergy averse to
.-..on A few I:-. ,-.e? may act on the
law that all power i< from God. and rebellion, therefore,
?inful but the ma;onty ectertain no inch notion?
they are o* the people?w.th the people?and, in poll
Dc*. are !r*hmen rather thsn pr.e?u in rebellion, the
buhop* coald not r. strain them There i? no doubt
that many of them consider an outbreak at tome tuture
day as inevitable, and it u ? fact that ?everal have
provided themselTe? with those eeclealaJtioal robe*
?uitable to the admini?tration af the rits?a of the church
in the camp and the battle field.
Riot and Arr?ete at lloamel.
CtaaBBjBju haaaal I
Thi* morning the prisoner? in the jail of Clonrr.e!
roee the turnkey?, Ac. flred upon them, wounded
eight three morta.iy Four hundred pneoae? axe in
nnell of Ballyboe. the leader of the Carne k
rebel?, was uken ?at night he u a man ofcooaiderable
Mr O Ryan, in of Ceehel. i* *l*o arreated. taken
near Carnck lie i* of reeperUble parent? hi* lather
ha? Ai?) per annum
Dobeaey wa*. with about JOO men. m the wood* of
Kilcorney on Mon ?ay ia?t. O Ryan wa? with him Ha
left before daybreak, and moved toward* loci Ormood't
wood at Gaj-ryricken. County Ri,aeosy
O'Rytn wa* ma-ehing toward? Ballyboe 10 DonaeJ! ?>
when M wa? taken.
If they had only waited until the harveat wa? reaped,
the whole country would have joined in ?ha maur
The pnatt* undoubtedly told the people not to riee,
but many aided, " The Orne i* not yet ail'
The ?state of ?Into.
The most ludicrously a' ?urd sene? are befng enai
i who are hfcely I ^n^ t" s
It to hat n rebtrll.oi
laughed . r,%nt atSgfj ,h?. t
M tM ( . , , m ! r war
V .... i -, ag| i lived here
? ? ?? unmand it tie m.liUry
, toned in tint gsrnson ar. I county He, .mmedial
put himself in commun .???? ? w tn the Karl t Lag
iLieantnt ... the other authoritiei
there was an inspect.o?
the powder magariae. the r-arra??.?, barrack ?tor
IM alarm, that when the Km
... ,? a.ms. f for a bain
.- i the i ees i a civilisa ?ras ri
?in.I .t was no!
h'.s card by the orderly sergeant, ait.?: uear'y hall
hour? delay, that admission was act arded at him
t it reported, .nt'-nds ca.'.ng upon trie .nhab.tanta
thit town and county to swear themselves hj as Spe?
Constable?, to preserve the peace
The 1'rinie,, or the ?? Nailon."
| m Saturday evening I'r Kelly attended at Henry
Bee a* previously arraaited, tii admit to btsil I
several parties who were charged on rnday aftern.
w.th having printed and published, or havuig aided
the pr.iitug ?n i publishing, oi the fl stase uewspaj
?a ?! . ; v I'homa* IVlancy then entered
to his own raoogaisaoi ? M? > . gara two ta
thtaaf ?KOmm! ?n,i Ihrnorfoarof the mbbbM
p'i??>ners entered bast their own "til in tUO, and g?
two sureties of 133 each Shortly bet?re the prisoni
.ght up i r the purpose of being admitted
ill. Ml - ? the oiri.-e, and i
? ?- g Or Kelly, ?aid that he had attended on Mb
of the p ? .. sir J,,hu |;
of Bcltast, who had that day been arrcsU'1 und.' I
rpu? -uspensiou Act, an I commuted to h
msiunaiu. and was. in MMOsJBMM, ?nanle to atte
the Court ? be would ha\e wished. I
begged aleo to state that he had been engaged tod
? rfMeean Martha. Duffj Williams ai
(bar part.es recently arrested und
I, i. and now in New.-ate pin.
their tr.a. at the (brthcomiag commlMioa
i >yer and Terminer ,) Mal wished to mako an appllc
BOB t- the bench on th.-ir ?? lia t. relative to the rece
: their several newspaper offices, types at
?laving mentioned the jurprite which Mr Charles i
Dairy rn?j?iie?ted lin M wat mlormed ol the ?ei/u
Bol inert-'v ol that day ? '..-.tun B? tM a?afea? but mo;
typo* with fl I .,-h ilist o,.r:ial w
punted, he pro-- , .est that l>r Ke y M i
d.rect thai one or two .- pies ol that paper should t
Ml Huffy, a? rut ha i n 't yet seen it. and wi
??a'urally anxioy? to read Bat article? that were inipugi
id in order at MM ita ? win ther they Were rea'.v I
ol i. t anl to attabla lia ta meet an
charge! founded UPOa any of the content* of the pape
that might ight up agataatkha li
to make the same ipplieatioo on the part <
Mr. John Martn. I and on that of the pr
pretor? ol tn? /'"' .ar. Mi ?srs William? ?mi I
I>r Kelly stated that it was out of his pow?
?? application, inasmuch as all the papei
?.? /e.i were t, ? m MB L '??' r Castle yard, m the cu
?' Brotraa aadMi <? i err?.I the ?aaaaal
?loner ot potk e, an I therefore not within his control -
l ?? w . ? m aiy : i : at I retained, tor the purp-i
?lie inform?t! in? and transmute
to tin- Crown Solicitor, to w'---in an application migl
:-e made for a copy ol ihe paper
As soon a? the baill'onds were completed, ?ni th
a i a'tt nd mee tor the purpose of In
I 'ruing -uieties. bad etitered into nail in the usio
inanner. It Kelly directed that the prieoaei I
rne head M M tea, and ttie moat |i t
? i the let aei d pare. shosjJd I ? i .?? od la IM leak ?n
addressing him. said he hoped M ?mi' I take ad tant?n
i in.-pet i "I that would nitt rvene between that da
and the day "t tr.al. to ri BBt - ? v and i almly 0
the criminality ol the course i I conduit which he an
t;i M who M? lio-ii i BJBB ye.i utnlei him Bad baa
pursuing m relerence to the publication ol ?ed.linu
article? He reminded him how much they had abuse
the valuable privilege bestowed by Hod on man. ol pe
nutting him to labm lor hi? daily bread in the sweat I
hi? brow, by employing that labor tor the uohallowe
purpose ot publishing newspapers containing violet
and wicked excitement* to armed rebellion against lb
lawful,, constituted nuihori'ie? of the count-y?papei
in which their tellow countrymen asata uiged to III
brue their hands in the blood ot their fellow creature
The patties whose ?uretlet were considtired BBBBBBtk
were then discharged Irom cuttndv The remainder i
Mad parties were also pro?.de,I with the nece
Ntry sureties, but hi? worship refuted to accept then
a? the ulna! bail notice* containing the name* and qu
..'cations of the parties tendered a* bail, bad not aM
| fcsBI and iwenty huuis previous to their cornil
A Traitor io the I amp.
We taka the following In.in 'he Casaaba) Chranfi
It looks improbable. b?t at the pr?tent juncture ever
tumor i? interesting ?
On Saturdty evening last. Mi Smith O'Brien havtn
?ent word to * Protestant clergyman residing near Mu
ne. ol hi? intention to dine ?nd sleep ?this bou.
that night arrived there at a late hour, alter theartra
at Ballmgarrv whence lie wa? retreating . he cal
B? at the It/ gent, man? gale, and told bim ot th
collision, staling ai IM saine time that he had been le
to believe that ten oi twelve thousand men were und"
arms in Tipperary. but that be had been betrayed b
Mr. Duheuy He wa? alone, and seemed very muc
dejected . he only remained a low minute?, and ?alt th
place in tear?
Search lor Arma la ?fork.
M au early hour this morning, sevarsl BsTgB le
h r IM BMMaaal M flak inspecttir?, tr?v
ersed the various districts of the city m searoh ot arm?
but, we believe, met with but little ?ucctis? in tin i
aaafak To ?id thoai alraady in the ntty, 7u addition?
MaastakaM were braaaaf m last night in a special c?
ot Mr. UaBOM I, and several gingles hired for tin
n and lor the purpose of making the arra;
more Imposing, 16 gun boats, in two divisions each di
vision towed by a strsmer, sailed up the river thn
morning, at ? o Cock, snd one division having proceder
up the North Channel as far ?s Patrick* Bridge, am
the other up the .-uuth channel to Anglesea Bridge
both returned and anchored of the Custom House
amaoaiaf the ?ixu-tn boats carry 11 lb carronades al
their bows, and there are ln nat h from ?!? to '?I men
all of whom are armed with cutlasses and pisto.? 1 ?BW
are from M to '?> marines in each of the steamers. On
the whole the preparatl in? ot the authorities have i
very formidsble appearance. In the course of Bfll
?earth th? gunsmith ? ?hops wer-r visited, as well as the
stores of the retailers of gunpowder, and a body of po
lice was left in chsrge of esch of their stocks. The re
sidences ot many respectable person? were visited, but
?e no arm? were found In the northern partol
the eity, tome old rusty guns and pistol? were freely
given up by their possessor?, but the number obtained
was comparatively until. the pawn offices were mi
n'ltely searched, a large i-rowd were assembled, but no
unpleasant circumstance? occurred nor were Brbtoaan
ma ?e 'rn Reports.-r
l.iiilierlnsi on the VIooBlaloa.
Over ?VIOI men wer? teen trom clonmel to have a*
?enabled or yeiterday a: Slievenamon, while the
Waterford mountains immediately over the town, were
literally black with people, whose movements were
watched with the utmost anxiety by the officers ot the
<m Tuesday morning the Birkenheed war steamer ?r
nved in Kingstown from Plymouth, and disembsrked
?on marines, who procaeded to tijwn.
The Cork Frimmrr mentions that a letter bad arrived
there trom Kularney wntten by a reipectable mer
rnant of Cork, ?nd containing intelligence of the death
ol Mr Richard UOorman ;r
- | e'y was established n London on Wednesday
to be called the Irish Am? llorati m loatoty to emp.oy
the peasantry in the preparation of peat fuel and cnar
coal and. by removing the peat, to effect the full IB
clamation of in? bog ??mi? KM surplus profit? to l/e
? 1 in improving tne social condition of the
LATEST-Arriral of KrlooMra.
Kraorx*!? TiMXi Orrtcr. 'HAM
We have receive our Ir.sh correspondence, dated
yt-sUrrday There is not any news of importance
Twenty three prisoners trom BeUingarry were brought
into Dublin yeste.-dsy. and committed to Kilmainham
charged with aiding in the late attack on the Police at
that place on Saturday last
A number of ad l.dor.a. arrests had taken place la
Dublin and the pro inc>v
All is reported quiet m the South.
Nothing farther known of ^mith O'Brien.
WfBKLT laBBaaTaefl Joil.vsi Orrtca, I
Dt'iLix Fr?.*ay-ll A M. >
The train which left Thurle? this mtjrning at half-past
?".o'clock snd arrived at the K.ng's bridge terminus st
ha.f past 16, Lirought twenty pntonert tnjta the South.
The prsoners were, it appears, irreod on the moun
tains between Ba.Ungarry and Kmnenaulo on yesterday
Thursday; by the coBstabulary They are mostly
young men from U to ?H years ol age, and their appear
anee was very wretched.
Twenty of the constabulsry. with a seryeant, sweortad
the prisoners, who were marched frooa tt? train to the
Royal Barrack where they remain for the preeent.
Ha rl lament en I relavad.
In the Peers, on Thursday, Lord Brougham moved for
?opie? of proclamations issued by the Lord Lieutenant
ol Ireland f^r the apprehension of certain persons in
that country, and then proceeded to descant on the in?
surrection In Ireland, on the activity which the Oov
emment bad shown ?a repressing it and on the meas
ures which should be taken to axtuupush discontent
la his opinion the real remedy for the evil* ander
whieh Ireland had so long labored would be iouod ta a
'adieious system ol colonization and in the suppression
?ga. assemblas and seditious cube. The Maraui?
of Lensdowne said that though the insurrection la in?
land might be said to he suppressed yet the state of
that country would require the greatest caro aad pre
caution for some time u> eoene. .
Under that conviction Her Majesty'! t^reranittBlware
rstsolved to make ample use of the means confided to
them by ParhamstBt The Doha of WsjillogtoB ?aid,
DM more desirable, a? the tasemhly limit tit perr
uently from the l?t ot I IcUImt unti' the Coiutituti
I that though It appeared there waa no dan*er of aa
actua! outbreak, it wa? ?til' admitted that an ostensiva
conspiracy axainet the t ,'uastiurion existed In Ireland.
Belvre all tilings, it was absolutely pei->??ary that tha
Chiba ?hould be put down, and he wa? liierefore. happy
to hear that the exlitenc- of those ?edition? bndiee
would receive the attention ot Government
A meeting; .if the <'.a,-ti*U at Qiugow, on
Tuaeaday nurhl the ?d in**, numbering about l.ooo
p?r*?nt, wai luppres??4?! by the police.
Twt VYhlxysv Mxtmooist? ?<i>n Wedneeday week.
the one hundred and firth annual Conference of the
Wesleyan Meth.-dia? Minister? forwsl'y Commeaced It*
?essi'ia at the halI. under the presidency I Dr Newton,
who was rWted to the chair for the lourtb -Tie?aa
boaoi an fer-ed only 10 the ?Ingle aaM of
Dr Bunting Dr Newton pre??|rd over the Leed* Coo
- * the Liverpool <'oaf ere nee? m MM and
the Newcastle upon Tyne lonference. la 1?>*0
".? brethren always availed themaelvse of theearlleet
. , t*irtun.ly allowed by -onnexional ?aw. ta mark their
coiifideii.-e in him by elevating him to the higbeet post
tioti in the body The number? were Dr Newton. I0/, .
w,r- Mr y wie- was?','.?e.)uentlyrho*n Searro
tary The number? were FowW ' 11 Hannah. 71.
Parrar .'?S Watchotu
The >Miienal Aaaetnbly l.eslra-Ua'lla, l.eaila
Hlaac I RBMidlcre aid I'leadhea local?
paled In Ibe Krvolta.
*lhe National Ataemblv. al it* siit.n,'? on the ,?d ut*t
I Wll lag the report ot the Com
n the lusurrectiim by that report the affau
el :he l?t ol Match i* characterized aa a manife?Utioa ,
that ot : ,i.l a? a conspiracy that of tha
loth of May as an overt act if treason and that of June
a? civil war
. l?. \;.,l and May . Lout*
Blanc and Causaidiere. the ?alter very seriously, la all
and M '.'roudhoii bj June. It it supposed that Ibeoe
partie? will M lakeu mU, custody
Lamartine is not compromised m any oi the out
The celebrated bulletin ot the Republic. No 1?. I*
cited id the commencement of the repoit, and Madame
in orge Sand stigmatized a* lU author
Attei the report .?as read, 1 edru Rollin mounted the
tribune, and defended himself with feverUh animation,
BBl without producing any e'V t
Ibe Moi.nta.ii ? bee red him t iriously M Lmu
HaM next spoke, w.ih ?a.: more emiiarressmcnt than
1 he I:?t ?.?it took ?ta.ut an hour lu the d .ivai ?. and
at the close ol it the m'Mioii was impended tor as'.-, rt
BJDM Certain passages n this sirungiy inculpated MM.
I.edru Holl?n, Louis Plane, aiid <'? .??idiere, and da
reading ol them el ? ited trom these individuals ?ever
ally most violent reclamation?, and drew fi oui M Can*
?idiere more #?p?v;ally. epithet? n refer?n?f to th* r*
pi'rt whi, b polite ear? do n, t ?icl.gl.t in
A >lonih'? Vaeailan Kropaae?!.
It i? in contemplation to prorogue the National Aa
?embly trom the Hob ol Augu-t to -he '?''th ot Meptani
ber. The Repte??uutWe? would thu? have a mouth e
vacation preparatory to the discussion on the ConstUu
ti on, which cannot well commence bet?re tiie lit of Oc
.. len,-e ot the labor? tmpotcd on the
t'oiiimitte?' toi tin- introduction ol the sole? come to In
the ate conference?, I h.? course ha* Iseen considered
shall have ban voted 1 he bureaux, however, will re
ma.n <?? lutltuted. so that the AssciuMy may be celles!
together m a tew day? it circumstance? ?hould impera
mira t Xn Praaalaawy ot M M?rr??t win
expire before the day ol the prarivaattn .d the Ataem
r.luig to ?II appearance. M Marraat will ?bo re
?lecteil . and the honor ot thi? reelection will be the
more valuable, a? up to the present time no President
ol the National At?embly ha? held the put more than
I Milorin? Ktpedltlan la Africa.
\n expedition* I* ?iiout to he titled out by the M rurVr
ol Coiuiiiercc. with the ass stance ot the Minister of
Mamie, to explore thai portion of the eastern cnaat of
?: ;.a i'i.mpr sed Seiweeu the bay I I a?"ia and Cape
liuardalui lor commercial purpo???? The expesltlloa
will rial! the porta ol I ly uuilia, Monti*, /.anilbar,
uid I'etnba, dependencies? ol the In.?um o| Museal,
. nui i th. I den. h ilag hv the traaly of HM 17th of
II and liihamliane ?Holala, Angola Mnzam
abroa, Bad! Gig**, Partagana bbbbwbbi M U bob wh?
ha? '..en reci mmeuded by the Chamlis'r ol Commerce
ol Nantes, i? to command the expedition ||e ha? ordera
.1 Mayotte and Nas?l Be. and to visit if poa
ail le the western coast of Madagaarar M I'.?.Irin. *
'?otaiii't. has been ap|xilnU'd to examine and collect
-m h natural pioduce aa can las intrialticed into Prance
\ delegate appointed ' y the ( hamber ot < ommaree ol
N ,nt?s. has ban supplied with patter n? ot the prtacl
?.a. man ilactute? of prance hy the diriment Chambers'
ot Commerce, in mder that be may .??? what producs?
is best suited to those marketa A number of article*
aueh aa waU he?, arm?, book?, and ?tuft'?, have bee?
provided for the commander of the exped.tion, which
be ii to ''et a? pi? ?eut? to the African chief?
A Mingle Chamber.
I ii" queatlen id a ?ee,,tid Chamber mar he regarded
a* practically decided m the negative Of the fifteen b?
ri'iux into which the \??emb!y i* recolved. tonrisveo
nave decided against two Chamtiei? K.ven the Club ol
DM Hue de PoTtier?, wtnch BM dude? the chief part oi
tha H deputle?, and the party ol the old center left, are
d.vided upon it and many who are atrongiy oppoaed tn
the ultra De mix t ai y are. nererthele*? adverse to ? ear
? n, 1 legislative . -handier M Marra?! will present tn
BM Assembly the ?iioMieded .trait ot th? ? oaatituUOO
about the second we, a in August
The Hunk of France Lou.
The following are the eondition? on which the Raab
..I Prance ha? consented to lend In <*ai.'ke)f ?g'AUOO.OOO)
to the City of Parta, at lour per ?seat The tea million*
are to be payable by the Bank between the presea! lime
and the 1.4th of April next m ?um? ot not I**? Vk) UOOf
($100,000) each bond? ateto lie given by the el ly to
the Hank fur the amount ot the loan, (..ether with a
mortgage on JgOOO yard? of building grouiid, estimated
at from f,innf?IOf tn .'. ? mw ? ????>t Th? intern?! !? to b*
payable halt yearly The city will i.'pav the loan by
?ixih?. In monthly payment? from July I -i|'? If the city
shall make default in it? paymenU. the Bank may die
p i?e of the mortgage it ha? on the building ground, and
it may likewise negotiate the bond? it hold? m security
France for Italy.
A letter from pans dated Thursday, ?'?intain? the fol
lowing I Kici-i an Knroy from th? Ring of Sardinia,
ha? arrive , in Pan? to demand th? Imm?diat? Intervea
Uon of Prance M Ainclfl, an agent from Vente?, ha*
arrived to make a similar demand They have both
been received hy M K??tide
It i? thought that orders will be sent ott Immediately
for the entry ot the army of the Alpe tnlo Piedmont?
Some of the tr.n.pa about Lyons have been ordered to
the frontier of Piedmont, and the remainder are kepi la
readme*? to march
A later account say?
It is now ?aid that the leault of the interview be?
tween the Envoy* from Italy and (?Vaerxl Csvaignae la
that Prance will endeavor to come U> er underetaadtag
with Kngiand, in the tint tnatanc?. to offer Uta Jota!
mediation ol both rounuias to ("herles Albert and A lu?
Troahle In A ladera.
The ?niL.nti from Algier? repraeent that eoloay to
be in a state of . on!.!?', oo 1 be coioulsU are breaklaa
up their etUblubrnenU ami retumi MI to France, and
in the course of a ?hort tune there will only be left the
Kreuth army and the nativa population, who are wait
ing an opportunity tor a genera, ruing
During the laat eight or ten day? the entrance to lbs?
hotel o. i-upnal by th? Coarta martial ot the lat Military
iiiTislon in Parlaba? been beaigsed by number? of youth*
Di trom II to 'JO years of age who ask tu be received aa
volunteer? tor the army Prom 1'Xr to lit are every day
admitted They BtBJBBJ U> be ?enl to join the army of
\r i-r were there to many mendloenU a* at this mo
ment in the itriw-u of Pari*, it I? impoettble to paa*
through any ?treat without being Importuned by ob
. ,-ii ot . .,tnpa??ion blind or lame, aj by woman with
?ous.id children In their arma I heir number la eeti
? a-, i at < "
General L?mori?jl4rn is attacked with intermittoat
fever contracted In Alglera.
Opinion respecting lha (ate af the prtas/oer* i* ?try '
much diridnd ?'.me having it they will be ?enl to
Senegal, others to Africa, and not a lew aaaertinf that
?orne capital execution* ?nil ake placa of thoae
more aerioualy Implicated. It I* generally believed
i ?overnmem will act with aeeerity, aad many are there
fore, absconding to eacape detection. Dally arreeU aoJl
Chevalier Paiva Pereira and the Count da HaUiatdt
bave severally presented their credential? to (reaerel
('araignae. tne former a* Charg? d'Affaire* oi tha
Queen of Portugal, and the Latter of tha King of PrvJtu.
The Cvaiaterc* aad the fair? have been ?old by aae
lion The upaet price wa* IsVMtt. M Kmile Gira.dla
hid up it, 'A'JOOf, but they were knocked down al
HLgfll to a peraon who wa* tha agent oi ..ne of lha
pru.i-.pal banker? A Pari? wh* wa? ?. eviy proyrtetor
ol two third? ol the Journal?.
Ail the accounU from the departmeal* ?xiincld* la an?
nouncing that the late muocipel election? bare ter ml
i.-i'.ed in favor of the m<jderale Republican candidate?
.-..me dialurbance* were lately thought like'.y at flt.
I i.z.er in consequence of the ?.?solution of the national
workahap*. and the annouacament of a a?? aota* ban
iroet at midnight. All paaaed off with perfect traa
quilllty, the banquet being adjourned until after the
vintage" At Mertrud, however, *?? disturbance? bava
tekeu place In consequence of the men employed la the)
harvest wanting to exclude all competitor*, except ta
certain condition* Thi; ofteer* of juatlce aad aoaM
troop? repaired there oa the aftth ult aad tranquillity
wa? rectorad after ?obm arr?ela had ban made
OreaU Bat tie- Defeat af t harlea Albwrl !
TBer. ha? bean a long aad doe* battle bet wan BM
Austrian* aad the Piedianataae, ead victory ha? Baafty
declared for Radettky, who bas ?u*c**d*d In effecting
Che object he had id view, aad m forcing Charla* Albert
to retire beyond the Miado <? the JM tha A enr?an,
who ?ata to have taken the Pledmonteae by ?erarla*,
, were completely victoriou?. They ?wept th* whole
Aiuntry before tiem
On the **tk they ?"?? attacked in their podri?? Hy
tue Pieximonuo*. and driven larlher, leaving'JM? p? W
r,ne: s :r. th? hand? ot the Ilal.?n Army . On tha 99th
the battle wa? renewed and coaUaued ui til nitht when
the Piedmoateae Army retirad ?a good order, tab tog
wilh them their pri*ooer* Tha e*adquart??r? of Charfe*
Albert ware, oa the 9dtb. at Qoito.
(amp?ete Acceaat-The Klag anurty
BBBaaasBBBBtl aC Oj* La a? ?a B?ym?
Ob tha night of the fBd-?Od. whtl* a rlolan ?tona
wa* bursting over Vi?afranca. Homaaa Camnegna, aad
itena, the Auatrtaa? mad* a fanoa* attack up-ie tha
Piedinonleee trw^p* and their alhea, which reare ata
coned at aad atnoraed about those p.aoes Tha Au*