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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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ON PETITIONS RELATING TO LIMERICK TAXATION. SJ o 149 ABSTRACT, N° 11, of the Accounts of the Commissioners for improving the Parish of St. Michael, in the Liberties of the City of Limerick, commencing June ist, 1818, and ending June ist, 1819. INCOME: Amount of one year's assessment, commencing March 25, 1818, and ending March 25, 1819 - Amount of arrears due March 25, 1818, as per Abstract, No. 10 - - - - Received from one of the scavengers of the parish the amount of his contract Appendix ( B.) s. d. 3.4' 9 14 10 i> 9 11 5 X 2 9 3.54° 9 - Documentary Papers. No. 6, continued. EXPENDITURE : £. 5. d. Paid the treasurers of the city gaol, house of industry and fever hospital - 60 © - Paid interest of assignments - 210 - - Paid wages to the watchmen, sub- constable and overseer, and all other expenses on account of the watch establishment --------- 566 9 - Paid for lighting the lamps ( on account); the number of lamps this year was 540 650 15 Paid for sweeping and cleansing the parish - -- -- -- - 129 4 • • • 1 6 Paid for repairing the foot- ways and carriage- ways, and all expenses attendant thereon 241 13 7 Paid for cleansing and repairing public sewers ------- 46 6 3f Paid for printing and stationery, on account - - 15 - - Paid T. Mackay on account of balance for sundry works - 56 IX - Paid J. Curtis on account of balance of building a sewer in part of George- street 20 Paid on account of rent of the commissioners rooms 35 13 9 14 6 Paid balance for building a sewer in Cecil- street 20 - Paid J. Barry, sec. balance due to him as per Abstract, N° 10 50 - 5 i Paid ditto one year's salary, due April 1, 1819 ------- " 3 15 - Paid T. Owens, surveyor, on account of his salary. - ------ 65 6 5 Paid D. Edwards, collector, 011 account of his poundage, at 3! per cent - 66 19 6k Paid W. Hartney, the other collector, on account of do. at 35- per cent - 54 6 2 Paid ditto, amount of a small account for serving notices to pay rates - 1 8 11 Paid sundry incidental charges, not reduceable to any general head - 22 5 6 Total disbursements ------ 2,980 1 O Amount of allowances 011 uninhabited houses, and of insolvencies, for the year ending March 25, 1819 - ---- ... 363 7 6 Amount of arrears, remaining due March 25, 1819 127 H 5i Balance remaining in the hands of J. Barry, sec. June 1, 1819 69 5 ioi 3,54° 9 - 617. P p
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