—Last week a horse rider residing in Fermoy caused his son, a mere child of ten years old, to mount a spirited horse which he had got for training.   The poor little fellow was thrown, but not much hurt.  The cruel father again encouraged (indeed, some say forced) him to mount the animal, but the horse after a few plunges threw the poor child with such force, that his brains were scattered about.   It appears that a jury brought in a verdict of "Accidental Death," without even a doedand on the horse of father.—Irish Paper.