Calendar of Ancient Records of Dublin; In the Possession of the Municipal Corporation of That City Volume 9

Calendar of Ancient Records of Dublin; In the Possession of the Municipal Corporation of That City Volume 9

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 edition. Excerpt: ...repairing the works on the South Bull, which we are sorry to acquaint you have received considerable damage from the continuance of the bad weather this season, all which we shall give orders to be made good with the utmost expedition and greatest frugality, and shall proceed in doing all other necessary works, as the season will permit and your honours shall direct. 'An abstract of the cash is hereunto annexed. 'All which is humbly submitted to your honours.' Ballast An abstract of the Ballast Office accounts, from the Office account. l4ta 0f October, inclusive, to the 20th of January, 1748, exclusive. Ballast Office, Dr. s. d. To balance to the last assembly......... 1129 17 9t To cash received since of shipping, from the 1 tth October. 1748, in-clusive, to the 20th January following, exclusive...... 797 3 7 'Examined per G. Tucker.' 'Robert Ross.--Matthew Weld.--Nathaniel Kane.--Percivall Hunt.--Samuel Cooke.--Henry Hart.--John Eo?L Walker.--John Adamson.--Thomas Cooke.--John 174 9. ft 1. ', i. Cooke.--Charles Burton.' m. 176. 1748-9. January 20.--Admissions to franchise. Franchise. m. 176 1.. J m. 177. 1748-9. January 24.--Declaration and signatures. JionTM m. i8o. 1749. April 7.--Second Friday after Easter.1, w, 1. Certain of the commons, setting forth that the pipe water committee had made the following report. J"1 'We, the committee appointed for better supplying Report, the city with water, have been informed by Mr. Scanlan seauiau. that the pipe timber kept in the artillery yard in Barrack street suffers greatly by the said yards being Artillery kept constantly open, that the iron pins and working Materials, tools, and the short ends and butts of said timber are often stole, and the bark stript off the...show more

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  • Paperback | 214 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 390g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236969731
  • 9781236969736