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Public Institutions Ireland

19/03/1821

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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN IRELAND. 21 11.- HIBERNIAN MARINE SOCIETY. in the Ten Years ending the First of January 1821, on Buildings for the service of The Hibernian Marine Society. 1817 if 518 • 1819: 1820. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. 100 — — 100 — — 100 — — 100 — — • 100 — — 100 — — 100 — — 58 6 8 This office was abolished from ist August 1820, by order of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. 100 — — ioo — — 100 — — 100 — — 150 6 8 6 150 3 11 8 150 3 18 6 129 3 3 4 4 10 This officer's salary was increased to £. 150 per ann. ist February 1814, and again reduced to £. 100 per ann. ist August 1820, by order of the Lord Lieutenant. The poundage is an allowance of £. 5 per cent, for collecting the annual subscriptions. { 150 1 150 150 — 150 This officer's salary was increased to £. 150 per ann. ist May 1815. He has furnished apartments, and is allowed 8 tons of coals, 100 lbs. soap, and 78 lbs. can- dles annually. 80 60 — : 80 60 — — 80 60 r- — 80 60 — ' These officers have furnished apartments, and are allowed 52 lbs. soap and 52 lbs. candles, and 5 tons of J coals each annually. 43 16 43 16 43 16 43 16 In 1813 there were 6 servants at £. 5. 10s. per ann. each. From ist July 1814 to ist July 1816 there were 4 at £. 5. 10s. each, and 2 at £. 7. per ann. each : from thence to 30th September 1819, there were 1 at £. 8. 6 s. per ann. and 4 at £. 6. 16s. each. This last was not an increase to their wages, but a commutation for part of their allowance for diet. Those servants are dieted in the house, 10 i 8 10 8 10 8 10 8 For the first three years, the payments are for broken periods at the rate of 6 s. per week. In 1816 it was re- duced to 4 s. per week. ' - - .. Joi 1 • A • _ . , i 5th March 1821. Wm Barber, Clerk, Chairman. Luke Norman, Regr. 285. F
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