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Limerick City Petitions

31/07/1822

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Petitions Relating to the Local Taxation of the City of Limerick page 1
 
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x- fi APPENDIX TO REPORT FROM SELECT COMMITTEE ; Appendix ( B.) Documentary Papers. No. 6, Continued. ABSTRACT, N° 8, of the Accounts of the Commissioners for improving the Parish of St. Michael, in the Liberties of the City of Limerick, commencing June 17th, 1815, and ending June 7th, 1816. INCOME: Amount of one year's assessment, commencing March 25, 1815, and ending March 25, 1816 Amount of arrears due March 25, 1815, as per Abstract, No. 7 - Amount of additional rates received on account of being inhabited, they being uninhabited at the time of the assessment Received for old lamp iron sold ---------- Balance in the hands of J. Barry, secretary, June 16, 1815, as per Abstract, No. 7 - £. s. d. 3,223 10 5 280 8 10^ 611 3 - 10 6 56 2 1 3.567 3 if EXPENDITURE : Paid the treasurers of the city jail, house of industry and fever hospital, half year's contribution, due August 1, 1815 - 250 s. d. Paid ditto on account of the half year's ditto, due February 1, 1816 100 - - Paid interest on assignments ------- i35 - - Paid for lighting the parish lamps for the year commencing September 18, 1814, and ending September 18, 1815 691 19 1 Paid on account of lighting the lamps for the year commencing September 18, 1815 - 3° 7 5 6 Paid wages to watchmen, and one sub- constable - ... 544 16 5 Paid the overseer of the watch, balance of salary, at the rate of 68/. 5 s. per annum, to January 1, 1816, when it was reduced to 45/. 10s. per annum - 54 1 5| Paid ditto on account of reduced salary, since January l, 1816 - 16 H 7 Paid subsistence, and for medicines for sick and disabled watchmen - 16 I 9 i Paid wages to the sweepers and the scavengers of the parish, and for brooms 18 3 Paid for repairs of the foot- ways and carriage- ways, and all expenses attendant thereon 444 Paid for making new sewers in different parts of the parish ..... 90 1 8 Paid one year's rent of the watch- house, and for fire and candle- light for the same 36 3 9 Paid for advertising and other printing - -- -- ... 20 16 - Paid T. Mackay, on account of balance due for sundry works - 29 6 9 Paid J. Barry, secretary, half a year's salary, due September 9, 1815 65 - • -• Paid ditto in full to January 1, 1816, when his salary was reduced to 113/. 15s. per annum - - - - 40 6 S Paid T. Owens, surveyor, balance of his salary, at the rate of 68/. 5s. per annum, in full, to January 1, 1816, when his salary was reduced to 45/. 10s. per annum - 51 18 9 Paid ditto on account of reduced salary, from January 1, 1816 .... 7 19 4 Paid ditto one year's salary, for overseeing sweepers, to December 10, 1815, from which time his salary was reduced to 11 /. 7s. 6d. per annum .... 22 15 Paid for sundry incidental charges, not reduceable to any general head - ' 3 18 7i Total disbursement - - 3 » iio 4 7 ' Amount of allowances on uninhabited houses, and of insolvencies, for the year ending March 25, 1816- 201 > 7 4 Amount of arrears remaining due March 25, 1816 ---... 181 1 3x Poundage, at 2 § per cent, to collector, 011 3,217/. 11 s. 11 d. amount of rates Of which there remains due to him - - - - . . 18 3 4I 60 « 3 Balance in the hands of J. Barry, secretary, June 7, j 816 ..... 19 5 6 3.567 3 if
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