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Limerick City Petitions

31/07/1822

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ON PETITIONS RELATING TO LIMERICK TAXATION. M 7 Abstract N° 9, of the Accounts of the Commissioners for improving the Parish of St. Michael, in the Liberties of the City of Limerick, commencing June 8th, 1816, and ending June 13th, 1817. INCOME: Amount of the year's assessment, commencing March 25, 1816, and ending March 25, 1817 - - - Amount of arrears due March 25, 1816, as per Abstract, No. 8 Balance in the hands of J. Barry, secretary, as per Abstract, No. 8. Balance due to J. Barry, secretary, June 13, 1817 £. s. d. 3,309 ( 5 9 181 1 3± 13 19 6 3* 495 7 3 « 18 4i 3.534 5 11 EXPENDITURE: Paid the treasurers of the city gaol, house of industry and fever hospital Paid interest on assignments --------- Paid wages to watchmen, sub- constable, and overseer of the watch - Paid 011 account of lighting the parish lamps, for the year ending September 18, 1816 Paid for lighting. the parish lamps since September 1816, under the immediate con- troul of the commissioners, as they considered that the v/ ork would not only be better done in this way, but that it would be attended with much less expense to the parish, than if they were lighted by contract, as was heretofore the custom Paid for sweeping and cleansing the parish, and all expenses attendant thereon Paid for repairing the foot- ways and carriage- ways, and all expenses attendant thereon, Paid T. Mackey, on account of making a new sewer in Mardyke, building fence walls to prevent accidents to passengers, and for sundry other works - Paid John Curtis, on account of building a sewer in George- street - Paid for one year's rent of the watch- house, fire, and candle- light for same, and for the repairs thereof - -- -- -- -- -- - Paid for cleaning and repairing sewers - - Paid on account of coats for the watchmen Paid on account of making a new sewer in Upper Glentworth- street - Paid one and an half year's rent of the commissioners rooms Paid for printing and stationery, from June 1815 to March 1817 - - - - Paid J. Barry, secretary, one year and three months salary, in full, to April 1, 1817, at 113^. 15s. od. per annum --------- - Paid T. Owens, surveyor, on acount of his salary, which is 451. 10 s. per annum Paid D. Edwards, collector, on account of his poundage - Paid sundry incidental charges, not reduceable to any general head - - - - Total Disbursements - Amount of allowances on uninhabited houses, & c. of insolvencies, ending March 25, 1817 - -- -- -- Amount of arrears remaining due March 25, 1817 Poundage, at per cent, on 2,435I. 15s. 5\ d. collected by D. Edwards Ditto, at per cent, on 522/. 75. il\ d. collected by ditto - £. s. d. 400 — - 168 - - 585 - 9 425 19 - 357 9 4f H° 5 9 320 19 8 114 2 - 26 3 3 35 1 8 19 19 - 14 14 - 20 3 6 60 - - 19 4 1 142 3 9 45 ' 9 n at 10 3 26 16 11 2,943 12 lof 308 5 3 214 19 4± 60 17 10 6 10 7 3.534 5 11 Appendix ( B.) Documentary Papers. No. 6, continued.
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