6 OCTOBER 1860, Page 8


The death of Thomas Murphy, one of the victims of the Orange fight near Lurgan, in July, has caused another Coroner's Jury to be summoned, and has led another verdict. The evidence showed what is notorious—that Orange and other party displays lead to much crime and frequent bloodshed. The Jury, after recording the fact that Murphy died of wounds inflicted at Derrymacash, on the 12th of July, by some person or persons unknown, de- clare that "the peace of the country would be much promoted by the dis- continuance of party displays of every kind."