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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. No. 13. 180 £. s. d. 44. 0. 0. 27. 0. 0. 24. 0. 0. 3- 10. 0. 5- 0. 0. 16. 0. 0. 24. 0. 0. 24. 0. 0. 16. 0. 0. 36. 8. 0. 3°- 0. 0. 20. 0. 0. 15- 0. 0. 24. 0. 0. 18. 0. 0. 2. 0. 0. 28. 10. 0. 34- 2. 6. 2. 0. 0. 40. 0. 0. Rent 20. 10. 2. o. o. 14. o. o. o. Lands of Strahane, cT of Limerick, Lands of Clyduffe, liberties of Limerick, - — - House in Broad S', Limerick, - —• - Three houses in Limerick, set to Mr. Leslie, - — - - - A debt of 237 8 s. 6 d. became due in 1789, and the profit rent, amounting to 18/. 7 s. 6d. was assigned over for payment of the principal and interest. The account has not been closed, and it seems probable that an ejectment must be brought, an arrear of rent being due and the principal house being untenanted. Sexton's holding in the city of Limerick, ------ Sargent's holding ind° - - - - - - A profit rent in Creagh Lane, the concerns nearly in ruin, - Representatives of Sir H. Hartstonge, for his bond passed in 1794, for 225/. interest, - -- -- -- -- -- - Representative of the late Averal Hill, for the annual interest of four deben- tures at 5 per cent, for the purchase money of which he took credit, being agent to the charity, .___----- D° for interest on a balance of 100Z. against him as agent, The representative of said Hill came of age last November, but has not yet returned from France, in consequence of which, these sums have not been called in. D'Esterre's mortgage for 4001. interest - - - - D° bond for 150/. - interest - - - - An arrear of interest having become due, which now amounts to about 120/. and doubts being entertained of the security, particularly as to the bond for 150/. a resolution was 617. 3 B passed 60. 25- 14. 20. 5. o. o. o. 10. d. o. o. o. o. 13. 10. o. 20. 6. 24. 9- o. o. o. o. o. o. o. o. ACCOUNT of the real and personal Property of Hall's Charities in the Citv of Limerick, , with a Statement of the Sums outstanding, due to those Charities, on public or private Security, distinguishing the Names of the Sureties, and the Nature of the Securities outstanding. Rep"" of Chr. C. Davis, - Rent Miss Mary O'Halloran, - — ... Stephen Jones, - — - Rep'" of R. Davis, — ... • Repves of Roche, — - John Grady, - — - John Byrum, - — - RepvCS of Charles Harrison, - — - D° d° - - - — ... Samuel Moore, - — - J. Bland ford, - — - Repvcs of A. Vincent, — - D° of Alderman Sargent, - — - J. Gubbins, - — - RepvC* of Wm Mousell, - — - Rep'" of Wilkinson, - — - Pat. Ryan, - — - - - S. Caswell, - — - - - Repv" of Jane Davis, - - — - Wm Joynt, — - - - One house vacant. A bond of Lord Gort's for £ 796. Interest stated to be due ( by the agent to the charity) on said bond, in Feb. 1821, £. 405. The above account is taken from a statement made to the undersigned, in February 1821, by Mr. M'Adam, agent to the charity. In the preceding October his accounts had been called for, but not being ready, time was given him to prepare them, as it appeared that a very long account was to be made up. At length the undersigned, not having got the accounts, made application to the Commissioners of Charitable Donations, to enforce the production of them, but does not believe that they have yet succeeded in obtaining them. The commissioners have not the power of sending for persons and papers, but must proceed in Chancery. The undersigned regrets that he cannot make a more satisfactory statement. See House, Limerick, Tho' Limerick. June 15, 1822. ACCOUNT of the real and personal Property of Craven's Charities in the City of Limerick, with a Statement of the Sums outstanding, due to those Charities, on public or private Security, distinguishing the Names of the Sureties, and the Nature of the Securities outstanding. Appendix ( B,) Documentary Papers. No. 13.
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