This day Patrick Haynes was executed at Gallows-Green, near the Lough, for the Murder of Colonel St. George and R. Uniacke, Esqrs. He confessed that he was guilty of the crime for which he was about to suffer, a few minutes before he was launched into eternity. It is to be hoped that the examples which have been made in the different parts of the country, for this horrid offence, will deter, in future, others form crimes of such magnitude.
This morning, Timothy M'Carthy, otherwise Souney, was sent off under an escort of the Royal Cork Volunteers, to be executed To-morrow at Dunmanway, for attacking the house of John Gilman, Esq. near that town. Any person now detected in breaking into a house, can expect no mercy after this example.
Last night a committee of United Irishmen were apprehended in a public house, opposite Conway's livery stables, in St. Finbarry's. Papers of a treasonable nature having been found on them they were committed to Bridewell.