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knew him well, and I know that every impulse of his kind heart beat most fervently for his beloved country (cheers). After what has been said, and so well said, by the gentlemen who preceded me, it would be presumption in me to add more (hear).
The resolution was then put from the chair and passed. Edmund J. Smithwick, Esq. (Kilkenny), said a resolution had been placed in his hands, which he begged leave to move, and in doing so he desired to say that he esteemed it a high honor to be permitted to take part in the proceedings. He was sure they were all, as Irishmen, grateful to the memory of the great man who had rendered such inestimable services to his country; and he felt it was a duty they owed to their country to take part in the proceedings, and aftervards to endeavour to promote the object in view (hear). He had much pleasure in moving that the list which he held in his hand constitute the Committee.
Mr. O'Dwyer said, before the resolution was put he would read the list of the Committee proposed to be appointed ander the resolution. He then read the following list :
The movers and seconders of the foregoing resolutions :- The Right Hon. the Lord Chief Baron ; Very Rev. Monsignore Yore, P.P., V.G.; Right Hoo. Sir Thomas Esmonde, Bart. ; Mr. Sergeant Howley; Henry George Hughes
, Q.C.; Edmund J. Smithwick, Esq., J.P. ; Francis William Brady, Esq.; Alderman John D'Arcy ; A. Carew O'Dwyer, Esq. ; John H. Talbot, Esq., Walter Sweetman, Esq.; P.V. Fitzpatrick, Esq., Charles Bianconi Esq., Richard Kelly, Esq., T.C. - James Kennedy, 'Esq. Right Worshipful the Mayor of Cork; the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Waterford ; the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Kilkenny; the Mayor of Wexford; the Mayor of Drogheda ; Sir Colman O'Loghlen, Bart., Q.C.; Edward Clements, Esq.; Patrick Nolan, Esq. ; John Ñ. Farrell, Esq. ; John Leahy, Esq. ; C. N. Duff, Esq.; Robert Johnston, Esq., Barrister ; J. Kennedy, Esq.; and Thaddeus Murphy, Esq.
Mr. O'Dwyer, having finished the reading of the list, said—If any gentleman present wishes to have his name added to the Committee fet him say so, and we will have it moved and seconded. After a pause, Mr. O'Dryer moved that Dr. Gray's name be added to the
Dr. Gray expressed a hope that the Lord Mayor and the meeting would not imagine that he had acted on the suggestion of Mr. O'Dwyer aod requested his name to be added to the Committee. However anxious he was to forward the objects of the meeting, he wished to assure the Lord Mayor that he would not be guilty of that indelicacy hear, bear), and begged that the resolution would not be put.
Mr. O'Dwyer said he did not wish to convey that Dr. Gray had suggested the addition of his name. It was suggested to biin (Mr. O'Dwyer) by several gentlemen around him.
The resolution was then adopted. The Lord Mayor then announced that the subscription list was opened, and he would be happy to hear the names of gentlemen handed in for subscriptions.
The Right Hon. J. D. Fitzgerald-I beg my name to be put down for 501. (loud ebeers).
Mr. O'Dwyer then proceeded to announce the subscriptions:-Sir
James Power desires his name to be put down for 501. (loud cheers): the Right lon. Judge O'Brien gives 501. (cheers). I am desired to put down the naines of Mr. Charles Kennedy for £10.; Mrs. Kennedy, 101. ; Mr. J. Kennedy, 101 ; Mr. C. Kennedy, 101. ; and Mr. E. Kennedy, 101., making in all 501., (loud cheers); Mr. H. Tabot gives 201. (cheers); the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor gives 10l. (cheers) ; Mr. Richard Kelly, T.C., gives 101. ; Mr. E. Smithwick subscribes 101., and Mrs. Smithwick also subscribes 101. (applause); Mr. W. F. Brady subscribes 101. (cheers); the Right Hon. Judge Keogh, subscribes 201. (cheers); Sergeant Deasy gives 201. (cheers); Mr. J. Leahy gives 201. (cheers); Mr. Christopher Duff subscribes 201. ; Mr. W. J. O'Doherty gives 201. (cheers); and Mr. J. J. O'Doherty, 201. (cheers); Alderman Moylan gives 101. (cheers); Doctor Corrigan subscribes 201. (cheers); Mr. M. B. Mullen gives 201. ; Mr. E. and Mr. G. W. Fitzgerald give 101. (cheers). I have the satisfaction to announce a subscription of 201, from the late, and, I hope, the future, Lord Chancellor, (cheers) ; Mr. Henry
; G. Byrne gives 101. ; Mr. Charles Meara subscribes 101. (cheers); Mr. P. J. Murray subscribes 201. (loud cheers); Mr, J. Barrett gives 101. (cheers); Mr. J. Spain, of Abbey-street, 101. (cheers); Mr. R. A. Molloy, 101. (cheers); Mr. P. V. Fitzpatrick, 107. (cheers); David and Thomas Fitzgerald Esqrs., 101. (cheers).
Dr. Gray-My Lord Mayor, though I declined acting on the invitation of the secretary, to suggest that my own name should be added to the list of the committee, nuw that you are preparing a different list, I beg leave, as one of the few surviving fellow-prisoners of John O'Connell and his father, to have my name added to the subscription list for 501. (loud cheers).
Mr. O'Dwyer announced the following other subscriptions:-Mr. Philip Lynch, 5l. ; Mr. Michael O'Shaughnessy, 51°; Mr. J. S. Mulvany. 51. ; Mr. Thadeus Murphy, 51. ; Mr. Thomas Smith, Air Hill, 5l. ; Mr, P. Gogarty, 51. (cheers); Mr. J. Dillon, 31. (cheers); Messrs. J. Russell, and J. O'Hanlon, 11. each ; the Right Hon. Sir T. Esmond, 101. Other Subscriptions were announced, and the wbole amounted to nearly 1,0001.
On the motion of Mr. O'Dwyer, the Lord Mayor vacated the chair, which was then assumed by Sir James Power.
Mr. O'Dwyer said, the citizens of Dublin had many excellent Lord Mayors, but he believed the civic presidential chair was never more worthily filled, than by its present occupant (hear). He was a gentleman who was ready on all occasions to maintain the honour and dignity of his high office, besides being ever foremost in promoting works of public utility. For all these reasons, he (Mr. O'Dwyer,) begged to move that the special thanks of the meeting be given to the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, for his dignified and proper conduct in the chair that day, and on all other occasions, (applause.)
Mr. C. Kennedy said, he felt great pleasure in bearing his humble testimony to the worth of the Lord Mayor, and expressing his entire concurrence in all that had been said of his Lordship. The Lord Mayor had always proved his thorough identification with the interests of the city-he was a true patriot ; and at had been so well said of him was but the simple truth. He begged to second the resolution (applause).
Sir James Power expressed the gratification he felt in submitting the resolution to the meeting. He was sure it would be carried Fith acclamation. He then put the resolution, and it was carried amidst general applause.
The proceedings then terminated.
NATIONAL SUBSCRIPTION FOR THE FAMILY OF
THE LATE JOHN O'CONNELL. At a Meeting, held without notice, at Glasnevin Cemetery, immediately after the interment of the remains of the late John O'Connell, on Friday, the 28th instant.
The Right Hon. the Lord Mayor of Dublin in the Chair. The following Resolutions were unanimously adopted :Moved by the Right Hon. J. D. Fitzgerald, M.P., and seconded by the Very Rev. Dr. Yore, D.D., V.G.
That the melancholy event which has brought together the vast assemblage present here this day has revived in the public mind a recollection of the transcendant services and labours of Daniel O'CONNELL, that man of rare integrity, who with every opportunity afforded to him professionally and poli. tically in his lengthened career of aggrandizing himself and his family, died, after a glorious public life, in the enjoyment of unequalled popularity, yet learing to his descendants little more than the inheritance of a great reputation.
Moved by Sir James Power, Bart.; seconded by Mr. Seargeant Deasy, M.P. :
That John O'Connell, whose obsequies we have attended this day-to whom his father was most tenderly attached, and of whose merits and devotion to his country so many sincere evidences have been given—has passed away, leaving after him a young and numerous family with means too slender and inadequate for the future support of their position in life.
Moved by Francis W. Brady, Esq., seconded by Carew O’Dwyer, Esq.: That it becomes the country, to whose material and intellectual developement were consecrated the genius and labours of O'Connell, to manifest its grateful veneration for the name, by a resolve to raise, by public subscription, a fund, to be added respectfully to any means already existing for the education and advancement of the family
of John O'Connell. Moved by Patrick O'Brien, Esq., M.P. ; seconded by Sir Edward M'Donnel :
That a subscription be accordingly opened with this object, and that Sir James Power, Bart., and Denis Moylan, Esq., Alderman, be the Treasurers of this Fund, and that a Committee, with power to add to their numbers, be now nominated to take charge of the sum to be raised, and to vest it in such a manner as shall insure its proper application and carry out the object of this meeting, and that the Committee be requested to open a communication with the various localities in Ireland and elsewhere likely to assist, so as to produce a general concurrence in the national design. Moved by Edmund Smithwick, Esq., and seconded by P. V. Fitzpatrick,
That the following Gentlemen be now named as members of Committee : Right Hon, the Lord Mayor, his Grace the Most Rev. Dr. Cullen, Archbishop of Dublin, the Right Hon. the Lord Chief Baron, the Right Hon. Judge Keogh, Hon. Justice O'Brien, Very Rev.
Monsignor Yore, D.D.V.G., the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Cork, the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Limerick, the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Waterford, the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Clonmel, the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Wex; ford, the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Kilkenny, the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Drogheda, the Right Hon. Sir Thomas Esmonde, Bart., D.L.
the Right Hon. J. D. Fitzgerald, M.P., Viscount Gormanstown, the Hon.
With power to add to their number.
The Right Hon. J. D. Fitzgerald, M.P., 501. ; Sir James Power, Bart., D.L., 501. ; the Honourable Justice O'Brien, 501. ; Charles Kennedy, Esq., Dirs. C. Kennedy, James Kennedy, C. Kennedy, junior, P. Kennedy, 507 Dr. Gray, 501.; John Darcy and Son, Anchor Brewery, 501. ; Charles Bian. coni, Esq., J.P., 501. ; John Nolan Farrell, Esq., J.P., 251. the Very Rev. Monsignor Yore, D.D. V.G., 201. ; the Righi Honourable Maziere Brady, 201.; the Right Honourable Justice Keogh, 201.; the Right Hon. Sir J. Esmonde, Bart., D.L., 201, ; Sergeant Deasy, Q.C. M.P., 201. ; Sir Edward M'Donnel, 207. ; Robert Johnston, Esq., 201. Michael B. Mullins, Esq., 201. ; John H. Talbot, Esq., D.L., 201.; Dr. Nugent, 201.; E. Smithwick, Esq., Mrs. E. Smithwick, 201. ; John Leahy, Esq., J.P., 201. W.J. O'Doherty, Esq., 201. ; Patrick J. Murray, Esq., 20%. ; Patrick V. Fitzpatrick, Esq., 10%; the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, 10%. ; Charles Kelly, Esq., Q.C., 101. ; Francis W. Brady, Esq., 101, ; Richard Kelly, Esq., T.C., 10. Jamez Barrett, Esq., J.P. 101.; Bryan A. Molloy, Esq., 101. Edward and George W. Fitzgerald, Esq., 101.; J. Spain, Esq., 101.; Christopher Duff, Esq., 101, ; Alderman Moylan, J.P., 101. ; John O'Doherty, Esq., 10l. ; Dr. Corrigan, 101. ; Henry G Byrne, Esq., 1ol. ; Charles Meara, Esq. 104. ; David and Thomas Fitzgerald, Esqrs., 101. ; Charles Bianconi, junior, 101 ; Henry Hodgens, Esq., 10.; Miss Power, Carin's House, Dalkey, per her brother, Sir J. Power, Bart, 101.; Michael O'Shaughnessy, Esq., 5l. ás; Daniel Ryan Kane. Q.C., 6). Edward Maguire, Esq., J.P., 51 : Francis M'Donnel, Esq., J.P.51.'; Michael O'Loghlen, Esq., bl. ; J. F. Mulvany, Esq., 51. ; Thomas Smyth, Esq., 5l ; Thaddeus Murphy, Esq., 5l. ;
John Dillon, Esq., 31. ; Michael J. Barry, Esq , 31. ; Thomas Mahon Esq., Registry of Deeds Office, 31.; P. Gogarty, Esq., 17.; J. Russell
, Esq., ll.; J. O'Hanlon, Esq., 11. ; Patrick J. Kearney, J.P. Miltown House, Clonmellon, 1001. ; William H. F. Coghan, M.P.; 251.; Master Murphy, 257; Sergeant Howley, 201. ; James Perry, D.L., 201. ; David Mahony, Esq., 2011 Master Flanagan, 101. ; Thomas Laphen Kelly, Esq., 101., James Martin, Esq., 101.; O'Neal Segrave, D.L., 101, ; Henry Smith, Esq., 101.; J. Matson, Esq., Upper Sherrard-street, per P. V. Fitzpatrick, 10.; Rev A. Costigan, P.P., Lusk, per do. 51. ; Mrs. Margaret Higgs, 5l. ; Jeremiah Dunne, Esq., J.P., 51.; Joseph Burke, Esq., 51 ; John M'Gauran, Esq., Westland row, 51. ; William Gernon, Esg , 21. ; Timothy Greene, Esq., 17. : Francis Coppinger, Esq., J.P., Monkstown Castle, 201. ; David Mahony, Esq., 201. , Nicholas Coppinger, Esq., 101. ; Joseph Missett, Esq., Essex-quay, 57.; Joseph W. Coppinger, Esq., 31. ; Robert O'Leary, Esq., 11. ; James P. Tyrrell, Esq., 12. ; Gerald Bellew, Esq., 11. Total, £1246 58. Od.
The Lord Mayor having left the chair, and Sir James Power has. ing been called thereto, it was moved by Carew O'Dwyer, Esq., and seconded by James Kennedy, Esq. :
That the marked and grateful thanks of this Meeting be given to the Lord Mayor for the efficient and dignified manner in which, on this and all other occasions, his Lordship has discharged his duties. JAMES POWER, Bart., Chairman.
THOMAS T. CALLAGHAN, } Hon. Secs.
All Communications to be addressed to the O'Connell Committee, at 34, Dawson-street, Dublin, and Subscriptions to be lodged to the Account of Sir James Power, Bart., and Denis Moylan, Esq., Treafurers, Hibernian Bank, Cork-hill, Dublin,
O'CONNELL NATIONAL SUBSCRIPTION COMMITTEE.
(From the Daily Freeman of Wednesday.) The first meeting of the committee was held yesterday at their rooms, 54, Dawson-street. The Right Hon. the LORD Mayor in the chair.
Present --Sir James Power, Bart. ; Sergeant Howley, Alderman Moylan, Francis W. Brady, Carew O'Dwyer, J.P. ; John Leahy, D. L.; Joseph Burke, P. V. Fitzpatrick, Richard Kelly, T.C. ; Patrick J. Murray, John M'Gauran, Charles Meara, Thomas F. Callaghan, and Bryan O'Loghlen, Esqrs.
Letters were read from James Perry, D.L. ; Wm. H. Cogan, M P. ;
Patrick J. Kearney, Miltown House, 1001 ; Charles Bianconi, J. P., 501; Wn. H. F. Cogan, M. P , 251; Master Murphy, 251; David Mahony, Esq., 20 ; Sergeant Rowley, 201 ; James Perry, D. L., 201; Henry Hodgens. 107; C. Bianconi, jun., 101; Master Flanagan, 101 ; Thomas L. Kelly, 107; James Martin
, 101; O'Neal Segrave, D. L., 101 ; Miss Power, 101; Henry Smith, Ww; J. Matson, Upper Sherrard-street, per P. V. Fitzpatrick, 101 ; Rev. A. Costigan, P. P., Lusk, per do., 51; Mrs. Margaret Higgs, 51 ; Joseph Burke 8; John M'Gauran, Westland row, 51; Wm. Gernon, 21; Timothy Greene, 11
The Secretary announced the total subscriptions, including those previously pablished, amounted to 1,1851. 5s.
The following gentlemen were added to the committee :-Joseph Burke, Esq; Wm. H. F. Cogan, M. P; Wm. Gernon, Esq ; Jeremiah Dunne, J. P.
A circular warmly urging the clergy, the gentry. the professional and mercantile classes of Ireland to give not only their individual support, but their active co-operation, in furthering the national designs of the committee was agreed upon, and ordered to be extensively circulated. It was also resolved, that the treasurers be authorized so to invest The O'ConDell Fund in the 3 per Cent. Stock, according as the balance in bank may, from time to time, amount to 5001. The Committee decided on meeting daily at two o'clock, at their rooms, 54, Dawson-street, where subscriptions will be received.
The following letter has been received :Dear Sir-O'Connell's favourite son is no more! Will Wexford, as of old, in sustaining O'Connell and his principles, lead once more in showing their gratitude ? O'Connell left poor John to the protection of Ireland. It