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Royal College of St Patrick Maynooth


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Date of Article: 17/05/1813
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ST PATRICK, MAYNOOTH. 31 — 10.— Return to Queries N0' 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, & 10. • — — — N° 4.- AMOUNT of Sums expended in Building, by the Roman Catholic College, since its Establishment, to the ist of January 1806, including £. 1,629. ls- 32^- for wall of inclosure and for partition of Halls - r- <£. 21,643. QG. The greatest number of Students who were or could have been accommodated in the Buildings existing previous to the ist of January, 1806— 200. — N* 5. — THE expense of additional Buildings since the ist of January 1800 to the ist January 180S, will amount, as appears per bills and estimates given into Board of Trustees - -- -- -- -- -- £. 10,623. £>• 35* This expense to be defrayed partly by Parliamentary Grant and partly by private Donations, Legacies, and Entrance Money of Scholars. The object of that part of the Building undertaken in 1806, was to provide better lodgiugs for said 200 Students, who were before but indifferently accommodated, as in many instances no less than three or four have been residing in one common room. The object of the additional Building in 1807, was to procure accommodations for a greater number of Scholars; and both old and new, as actually existing, are calculated for the reception of 250.- Both Buildings undertaken per order of Trustees. Annual expense of 200 additional Students £. 5,000 —• —• — N° 6. — SUM necessary to complete the additional Buildings calculated at TEN THOUSAND Pounds.
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