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Record 1 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1818/1

TITLE:

Application from General Archdall for post as trustee of the Linen Board

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Petition of General [Mervyn] Archdall, Grove, near Emo, Queen's County [Laois], addressed to Chief Secretary's office requesting appointment as trustee of the Linen Board. As someone resident in the north of Ireland ‘where the manipulation of linen is very extensive’ he declares himself available to fill the post. Annotation added on back in different hand 'that the vacancy has already been filled by the appointment of the Marquis of Sligo'.

EXTENT:

1 item; 2pp

DATE(S):

1 Feb 1818

DATE EARLY:

1818

DATE LATE:

1818

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1818/A3

Record 2 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1818/2

TITLE:

Application from Lancelot Armstrong for position

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Petition of Lancelot Armstrong, Catherine Street, County Limerick, to Reverend John C Talbot, Phoenix Park, Dublin, requesting that his application for employment be presented to the Lord Lieutenant, Charles Chetywnd Talbot, 2nd Earl Talbot of Hensol. Having spent the earlier part of his life working at the south-west district army medical office in Cork, he reflects that his lack of success in finding a post ‘must be chiefly imputed to my want of a competent knowledge of mercantile or general business’. Also includes certificates of reference from Dr Bigger and J Pitcairne, both Deputy Inspectors of Hospitals.

EXTENT:

2 items; 5pp

DATE(S):

11 Nov 1817

DATE EARLY:

1817

DATE LATE:

1817

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1818/A4

Record 3 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1818/3

TITLE:

Copy of sixth report of the Commissioners of Public Accounts from Donough O’Brien

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from Donough O’Brien, secretary, Office of Public Accounts, Dublin, to William H Gregory, Under Secretary of Ireland, Dublin Castle, enclosing duplicate copy of sixth report of the Commissioners of Public Accounts, intended for presentation before Parliament. Directions added to the side of document in pencil stating that the report should be transmitted to London appears to have been acted upon as the report itself is not extant.

EXTENT:

1 item; 2pp

DATE(S):

19 Feb 1818

DATE EARLY:

1818

DATE LATE:

1818

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1818/A8

Record 4 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1818/4

TITLE:

CP Archer on vacancy of vicarage of Newcastle, County Wicklow

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from CP Archer, 34 Dame Street, Dublin, to Chief Secretary's office, regarding vacancy of vicarage of Newcastle, County Wicklow. He notes that the parish has been unoccupied since the elevation of Reverend [Thomas] Brownrigg to chancellorship of Christ Church, Dublin, in 1814 and that both Mr Trench and Mr St George declined to take up post, due he supposes ‘to the smallness of the income’.

EXTENT:

1 item; 2pp

DATE(S):

29 Apr 1818

DATE EARLY:

1818

DATE LATE:

1818

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1818/A10

Record 5 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1818/5

TITLE:

Information from Donough O’Brien on preparation of statement on disallowances in the Post Office accounts

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from Donough O’Brien, secretary, Office of Public Accounts, Dublin, to Sir EB Baker respecting preparation of statement on disallowances in the Post Office accounts between 5 June 1812 to 5 January 1817, earlier requested by William Gregory, Under Secretary of Ireland. Delay has resulted as material is ‘very voluminous’ but is expected to be ready for presentation to the Under Secretary by ‘Saturday next’.

EXTENT:

1 item; 2pp

DATE(S):

28 May 1818

DATE EARLY:

1818

DATE LATE:

1818

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1818/A12

Record 6 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1818/6

TITLE:

Application from Robert H Archer for post of harbour master of Howth, County Dublin

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Petition of Robert H Archer, lieutenant, Royal Navy, 78 Camden Street, Dublin, to Robert Peel, Chief Secretary, Dublin Castle, for post of harbour master of Howth, County Dublin. Petitioner provides account of naval career to date which includes service against the French in 1806 and several military encounters against American forces from 1812. In support of his application, he cites as references the names of Sir Richard Lee, JP Beresford, Captain Searle, Lord William Fitzroy, William Waldegrave, JS Carden, Lord Cochrane, Alexander Skene, Sir Thomas J Cochrane, Sir Edward Baker and Mr Lees, secretary of the Post Office. Written from residence of Reverend Dr Archer.

EXTENT:

1 item; 3pp

DATE(S):

[1818]

DATE EARLY:

1818

DATE LATE:

1818

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1818/A18

Record 7 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1818/7

TITLE:

Application from Reverend George Alley for promotion in Church of Ireland

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Petition of Reverend George Alley, Mansion House, Dawson Street, Dublin, to William Gregory, Under Secretary, Dublin Castle, ‘for some ecclesiastical preferment’. In support of his application, he refers to development works in Holyhead harbour, Wales, undertaken at his initiative and production of a report entitled ‘An inquery into the state of the Charter Schools of Ireland, with a plan of improvement etc…’.

EXTENT:

1 item; 4pp

DATE(S):

24 Jul 1818

DATE EARLY:

1818

DATE LATE:

1818

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1818/A22

Record 8 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1818/8

TITLE:

Recommendation from William Saurin in favour of appointment of Joseph Grier as commissioner of the peace

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from William Saurin, Attorney General, to William Gregory, Under Secretary, Dublin Castle, making recommendation for appointment of Joseph Grier as commissioner of the peace. Also refers to Dr Richardson’s wishes in connection with the vacancy. Annotation added in different hand stating that Grier ‘to be recommended as a Magistrate for the County of Armagh and Tyrone’.

EXTENT:

1 item; 2pp

DATE(S):

1 Aug 1818

DATE EARLY:

1818

DATE LATE:

1818

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1818/A23

Record 9 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1818/9

TITLE:

Claim for payment of concordatum from Katherine Armstrong, Naas, County Kildare

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Petition of Katherine Armstrong, Naas, County Kildare, to William Gregory, Under Secretary, Dublin Castle, requesting that her claim for financial assistance be presented to the Lord Lieutenant. ‘As a widow of an old acquaintance’ she appeals for ‘an addition to the small annuity of ten pounds already granted (through your kind interference) by Earl Whitworth’. Annotation added to back of document to state that concordatum cases will not be taken ‘into consideration until some time in the course of the ensuing month’.

EXTENT:

1 item; 2pp

DATE(S):

5 Sep 1818

DATE EARLY:

1818

DATE LATE:

1818

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1818/A26

Record 10 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1818/10

TITLE:

Request from General [Mervyn] Archdall for attention to plight of a clergyman’s widow who seeks inclusion on the concordatum list

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Petition of General [Mervyn] Archdall, Castle Archdall, County Fermanagh, addressed to office of Chief Secretary, requesting that Lord Lieutenant’s attention be directed to the case of a clergyman’s widow who pleads to be included on the concordatum list. She is described as being ‘left in most distress’d circumstances’ and her memorial is supported by ‘Lord Enniskillen and some of the most respectable Gentlemen of the County’.

EXTENT:

1 item; 3pp

DATE(S):

19 Nov 1818

DATE EARLY:

1818

DATE LATE:

1818

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1818/A38

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