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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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148 APPENDIX TO REPORT FROM SELECT COMMITTEE Appendix ( B O Documentary Papers. No. 6, continued. ABSTRACT, N° 10, of the Accounts of the Commissioners for improving the Parish of St. Michael, in the Liberties of the City of Limerick, commencing June 14th, 1817, and ending June ist, 1818. INCOME: Amount of one year's assessment, commencing March 25; 1817, and ending March 25, 1818 Amount of arrears due March 25, 1817, as per Abstract, N° 9 , I Amount of further arrears due same time - Cash received for the furniture of the room formerly occupied by the commissioners, and sold to the Chamber of Commerce, as the commissioners took rooms ready furnished, which caused a saving to the parish - - Balance remaining due to J. Barry, sec. June ist, 1818 EXPENDITURE: Paid the treasurers of the city gaol, house of industry and fever hospital Paid interest of assignments ....... Paid wages to watchmen, sub- constable and overseer, and all other expenses attending the watch establishment - -- -- -- -- - Paid the contractor for lighting the lamps, balance due. lohimto September 18, 1816, Paid for lighting the lamps under the control of the commissioners - Paid for repairing the foot- ways and carriage- ways ------- Paid for building sewers in different parts of the parish ------- Paid T. Mackey on account of the balance for sundry works, and for building a new sewer in Bedford- row - -- -- - Paid for sweeping and cleansing the parish - -- -- -.. Paid J. Barry, sec. balance due to him, as per Abstract, N° 9 - Paid ditto one year's salary, due April ist, 1818 - Paid T. Owens, surveyor, on account of his salary Paid half- year's rent of the commissioners rooms, due November 24, 1817, when it was reduced to 30 I. per annum -------- Paid for works done near Mr. O'Neill's quay ------- Paid for advertising - - Paid D. Edwards, one of the collectors, on account of his poundage - - - - Paid W. Hartnell, the other collector, on account of same ----- Paid sundry incidental charges, not reduceable in any general head - Total disbursements - Amount of allowances on uninhabited houses, and of insolvencies, for year ending March 25, 1818 - - - - Amount of arrears remaining due March 25, 1818 - --_... £. s. d. 3.026 5 11 214 19 4i - 2 - 33 19 6 3.275 6 9 § 50 - 5s 3.325 7 3 £. s. d. 500 - - 192 - - 541 11 H 72 15 6| 644 7 2 h 332 16 4f 34 » 7 1 86 4 10 H7 12 2 38 18 4 i 113 15 - 22 ' 5 101 20 - - 18 5 7 7 16 36 10 9i 48 6 2 i 17 3 11 2,875 16 8 329 19 2 " 9 11 5 3.325 7 3
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