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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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^ s— ON PETITIONS RELATING TO LIMERICK TAXATION. 4.—- Statement of sundry Contingent Disbursements for the Corporation, for the Years ending 29th Sept. 1814 and 1815— continued. Brought forward - Paid order of council to Boyse and Barrington, bill of costs Paid d ® to d° < 1 ® Paid d° to d ® d° Paid d° for postage on packet Paid d° subscription to county infirmary Paid d° Rondland bridge box, to Sir Hugh Cough - Paid d° to Redmond Walsh, for repairs of Thomond bridge Paid d° to Morony and Westropp, sheriffs, for punishing culprits Paid d° to Thomas Stuart, expenditure on Hastings's holdings Paid d° to d° for expenditure on limekiln ... Paid d° to James Pain, work at corn market - Paid d" to d°, slating Paid d° to Keefe, mayor Serjeant, for incidental expenses - - £. 3 6 • 21 205 £. s. d. ', 903 > 5 11 840 10 8 58> 6 7 524 10 4 1 7 9 6 16 6 25 18 10 28 16 8 3 9 13 6 5 5 4 P 8 3.967 18 3 Appendix ( B.) Documentary Papers. No. 16, continued. ( 50 Statement of sundry Contingent Disbursements for the Corporation, for the Years ending 29th Sept. t8i2 and 1813. Paid order of council for subscription to county infirmaiy Paid d ® for glazing the Exchange .... Paid d° for lighting the globes - Paid d° for repairs of alms- house - - - - Paid d° for fine for guard house- ground - Paid d ® to Jobn Fitz Gerald, bill of costs for d" Paid d° to George Alps, for leases d° Paid d° to Nicholas Hannon, for building gallery in cathedral Paid d° to Thomas Ryan, carpenter's work at guard- house Paid d° to William Farrell, carpenter's work at diocesan school Paid d° to Mr. James Wall, attorney, for articles far cathedral gallery Paid d° to Thomas Stuart, for expenses at cattle market - Paid d° to d°, for repair of causeway Paid d° to d°, for corn market incidental expenses - - - Paid d° to Nicholas Hannon, for work at corporation cathedral gallery Paid d° to John Kennedy, glazing Exchange - Paid d° to Thomas Quin, lighting d° Paid d° to Joseph Jones, for glazing cathedral windows ... Paid d° to Silvester Sarsfield, for fire irons for Exchange - Paid d° to George Hunt, for candles for corporation branch at cathedral Paid d° to Michael Fitz Gerald, for plans and estimate of city guard- bouse Paid d° to Thomas Stuart, several expenditures Paid d° for surveying the new road ... Paid d° to William Haunon, for repairs of Exchange Paid d° to William Furlong, costs - Paid d ® to d°, for purchase of Scattery Island - Paid d° to Dep. Ch. Rein, for costs for d° Paid d° to William Cardiff, carpenter, repairing alms- house Paid d° to William Furlong, costs for Scattery Island Paid d ® to d°, his bill of costs - Paid d » to d° - - d ® Paid d° to d° - - £. 1. d. 3 8 3 3 15 9 15 — 29. - - J 40 — — 16 18 1 11 H 3 i 98 - 14 6 3 17 17 74 1 7 3 1 1 3 26 17 >£ 6 9 12 — — 3 1 9 6 2 6 22 15 - 1 > 5 1 3 9 5 56 17 6 45 16 1 t 2 5 6 13 18 3| 300 - - 241 4 3 13 19 — 12 — — 24 5 9 400 - - _ 305 » 7 9 177 17 6 .923 14 H 617. Gort, Chamberlain. 617. 3 F
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