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Public Institutions Ireland

19/03/1821

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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS, IRELAND. ACCOUNTS OF ALL SALARIES, PENSIONS, and other ALLOWANCES payable in each Year ;— and also of all Sums expended in the Ten Years ending the 1st of January 1821, in BUILDINGS,— for the service of 1.— The Protestant Charter Schools. 2.— The Foundling Hospital. 3.— The House of Industry. 4.— The Female Orphan House. 5.— The Society for the Edu- cation of the Poor. t>.— The Dublin Society. 7.— The Linen Board. C.— The Farming Society. 9.— The Richmond Lunatic Asylum. 10.— The Hibernian Society for Soldiers Children. 11.— The Hibernian Marine Society. 12.—' The Westmorland Lock Hospital. 13.— The Lying- in Hospital. 14.— Doctor Steevens's Hos- pital. 15.— The Fever Hospital, Cork Street; 16.— The Roman Catholic Se- minary. 17.— The Association for dis- countenancing Vice. 18.— The Cork Institution. 19.— The Board of First Fruits. 20.— The Wide. street Com missioncrs. 21.— The Police of Dublin. Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 19 March 1821. 285.
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