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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. J9l ABSTRACT, No. 13, of the Accounts of the Commissioners for improving the Parish of St. Michael, in the Liberties of the City of Limerick, commencing July ist, 1820, and ending July 31, 1821. INCOME: Amount one year's assessment, commencing March 25, 1820, and ending March 25, 1821 - Amount of arrears remaining due March 25, 1820, as per Abstract, No. 12 - Balance in J. Barry's hands, July 1, 1820, as per Abstract, No. 12 Received from one of the scavengers of the parish ------ Received for oil casks sold by auction - -- -- -- - Received for Maunsell and Kennedy's notes, amount 3/. ( see Abstract, No, i2,) sold at 105. per pound - -- -- -- -- -- Received for a Clonmel bank note, amount one pound ten shillings ( see Abstract, No. 12,) sold for 12 « . 6d. per pound ------., J. Barry, secretary, remitted June 30th, 1820, to D. Foley and Co. Cork, on account of the balance due to them for glass lamps, in notes of the bank of Messrs. Leslie and Co. of Cork, who stopped payment, 7/. 16s. 10\ d. and took credit for the full amount in the expenditure for lighting the parish lamps; but on settling accounts with Mr. Foley, on Sept. 29, 1820, he allowed for them but 15s. per pouud; of the above sum there were, on J. Barry's private account, notes to the amount of ll. 145. 1 \ d. he therefore paid into the parish funds, tht discount allowed Mr. Foley on this sum, which is 13*. 6% d. - 3,444 301 43 4 2 d. 7 8 1 10 - - 18 9 EXPENDITURE: Paid the treasurers of the city jail, house of industry and fever hospital - Paid interest of assignments - -- -- -- -- - Paid wages to watchmen, sub constable, overseer, and all expenses attendant on the watch establishment - -- -- -- -- -- Paid for sweeping and cleansing the parish - Paid on account of lighting the parish lamps ------ Paid for repairing the foot- ways and carriage- ways - - - - - Paid for cleaning main sewers, and making a new sewer in William- street Paid T. Mackey, on account of the balance due to him for sundry works Paid T. Owens, surveyor, on account of his salary - Paid one year's rent of the commissioners rooms, ending May 24, 1821 Paid for printing and advertising -------- Paid W. Hartney, collector, on account of his poundage - Paid J. Barry, secretary, one year and three months salary, at 113/. 15 s. per annum, ending July 1, 1821 --------- Paid sundry incidental charges, not reduced in any general head - - - Total disbursements - Amount of allowances on uninhabited houses, and of insolvencies, for the year ending March 25, 1821 ------------ Amount of arrears remaining due March 25, 1821 - - - Balance due of D. Edwards in his public account as collector, out of which, and the Dalance of 91, is. id. due of him, as per Abstract, No. 12, he is to be allowed in his poundage, at 3 J per cent on 1,5421. 1 s. o A d. the sum collected by him Balance remaining due of W. Hartney, in his public account as collector Balance in the hands of J. Barry, secretary, July 31, 1821 Notes of bankers that stopped payment, on bands, see Abstract, No. 12. Maunsells and Kennedys £. 3 - - sold for £. 1. 10. o. see Income. Rialls, Clonmell - - - 1 10 - ditto - o. 18. 9. see d°. Newport, Waterford - - 1 - - unsold and on hands. Roches, Cork - - - - 23 5 3 sent to Cork to be claimed for; no return as yet. £. 28 15 3 —• ' 3 6k 3,799 6 9k £. s. d. 700 - - 333 — — 641 17 4* 134 5 lof 624 5 4 242 12 27 15 54 1 5 67 15 - 30 — — » 3 7 11 50 — — 142 3 9 21 15 8 3,083 - 9, 408 19 2 232 15 51 9 1 1 17 2 21 5 5k Appendix ( B.) Documentary Papers. No. 6, continued. 3- 799 9i See Report sent herewith for further explanation. J. Barry, Secretary.
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