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THE CRY -AT THE COMING ELECTIONS.

A POWERFUL MICROSCOPE.

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A CURIOUS TURN or FORTUNEâWe (Limerick Reportery understand that the exertions of our respected mayor in search of the heir to the extensive property left by a clerical gentlemen named Eugene M'Namara, who lately died at Paris, has been successful. He turns out to be a member of the police force in this city, named John M'Namara, a native of Corofin, county Clare, and the only surviving brother of the deceased Rev. Eugene M'Namart, who, through his connection with some close relatives engaged in mining spesulations in Mexico and elsewhere, became possessed of property to a very considerable amount in lands and money in a foreign country, and was oft his way home when he was taken ill, and died intestate in Paris. Some good friends there, cognisant of deceased's cir- cumstances, and supposing him, from some papers in.hia pos- session, to be a native of Limerick, at once communicated the- state of bis affairs to the mayor, who instantly set inquiry oa foot to discover the nearest of kin to deceased, whom he ha& discovered. The sum just now available of his monied property is no less than 1,200.000 francs, or about £ 48,000 English currency documentary evidence to secure which it in the haDde of the Parisian correspondent, and John M'Namara possesses incontrovertible proof of his close alliance with tbe deceued rev, gentleman. DECREASE OF THE POPULATION.âThe details of the census of the union of Skull, in 'he county of Cork, are published. In the division of Ballybawn the population of 184) was 1801 in 1851 it was but 893. Several other electoral divisions exhibit as serious a falling off, while two or three in which villages are situated have but sligMlv decreased. The town of Skull itself has increased from 2895 to 3226. On the whole union tit.. fslling-off has been from 26,620 to 16,866. m

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