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Record 1 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1819/94

TITLE:

Letter from Mrs Bliss, concerning pensions granted to children of her late brother, the Dean of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from Mrs AW Bliss, Ordnance Barracks, Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, [probably wife of Captain Daniel Bliss, adjutant of County Fermanagh militia regiment, Enniskillen], to William Gregory, Under Secretary, Dublin Castle, enquiring into the pensions granted to the children of her late brother, the Dean of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin.

EXTENT:

1 item; 2pp

DATE(S):

21 Apr 1819

DATE EARLY:

1819

DATE LATE:

1819

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1819/B169

Record 2 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1819/95

TITLE:

Letter from John Claudius Beresford, in support of Alderman Warner's candidacy to be a police magistrate for Dublin

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from John Claudius Beresford, Fruit Hill, County Londonderry, to William Gregory, Under Secretary, Dublin Castle, in favour of Alderman [George] Warner's candidacy for the vacant post of police magistrate. 'No one is better acquainted with the Corporation of Dublin than I am and I am sorry to say there is no one holds the greater part of them in more thorough contempt than I do. But if I was to point out the one who has most brains, and is most to be depended on I would say it was Warner'.

EXTENT:

1 item; 3pp

DATE(S):

11 Apr 1819

DATE EARLY:

1819

DATE LATE:

1819

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1819/B170

Record 3 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1819/96

TITLE:

Petition of Daniel Beere, requesting salary due for services as acting Pursuivant of Court of Exchequer

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Petition of Daniel Beere, acting Pursuivant of Irish Court of Exchequer, to Earl Talbot, Lord Lieutenant, Dublin Castle, requesting to be paid the salary for the office of Pursuivant, the duties of which he carried out for one year following the death of Robert O'Hara.

EXTENT:

1 item; 3pp

DATE(S):

[May 1819]

DATE EARLY:

1819

DATE LATE:

1819

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1819/B172

Record 4 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1819/97

TITLE:

Statement of commissioners of Board of Health of Baltinglass, County Wicklow, concerning case of a fever patient

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Statement of commissioners of Board of Health of Baltinglass and Stratford on Slaney, County Wicklow, sworn 23 June 1819, concerning John Lyons of Griffinstown, County Wicklow, contagious with fever. Commissioners state that they have used their powers to issue a warrant ordering him to be placed in fever hospital at Stratford on Slaney, to avoid the spread of the disease to his family and neighbours. Signed by Benjamin O'Neale Stratford (future 4th earl of Aldborough); Reverend Thomas F Greene; Joseph Scott; Reverend Mark Lyster, secretary of board; and George Cummin.

EXTENT:

1 item; 3pp

DATE(S):

23 Jun 1819

DATE EARLY:

1819

DATE LATE:

1819

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1819/B174

Record 5 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1819/98

TITLE:

File of papers relating to requests of Patrick Byrne, Dublin, for government employment

SCOPE & CONTENT:

File of papers relating to the requests of Patrick Byrne for government employment. Includes petition of Patrick Byrne, 9 Stafford [Wolfe Tone] Street, Dublin, to Earl Talbot, Lord Lieutenant, Dublin Castle, requesting consideration for a government post, and outlining his service in the Monaghan militia, 20 June 1818. Also petition of Byrne to Earl Talbot, repeating his application for employment. Also a petition from Mary Byrne, 9 Stafford street, Dublin, to Lady Frances Talbot, requesting Lady Talbot's support for her husband Patrick Byrne's applications for employment, 23 June 1819.

EXTENT:

3 items; 7pp

DATE(S):

20 Jun 1818-23 Jun 1819

DATE EARLY:

1818

DATE LATE:

1819

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1819/B175

Record 6 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1819/99

TITLE:

Letter from Henry Bruen, magistrate for County Carlow, recommending Alderman James for appointment as a Dublin police magistrate

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from Henry Bruen, Oak Park, County Carlow, MP for County Carlow, to Chief Secretary's Office, Dublin Castle, recommending Alderman [J Kingston] James for the vacant post of police magistrate for Dublin city.

EXTENT:

1 item; 2pp

DATE(S):

14 Apr 1819

DATE EARLY:

1819

DATE LATE:

1819

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1819/B177

Record 7 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1819/100

TITLE:

Petition of Hugh Bowen, formerly of 41st regiment of foot, requesting employment in new police force

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Petition of Hugh Bowen, formerly captain of 41st regiment of foot, to Earl Talbot, Lord Lieutenant, Dublin Castle, requesting consideration for employment in a new police establishment he has heard is being considered by government. Refers to an earlier memorial he had sent to Earl Talbot. Annotation by William Gregory states 'no Police Establishment in Contemplation'. Also draft of the reply by John Sealy Townsend, Dublin Castle, King's Counsel and legal advisor to CSO, given to Bowen's previous memorial is written on reverse side.

EXTENT:

1 item; 3pp

DATE(S):

8 Jun 1819

DATE EARLY:

1819

DATE LATE:

1819

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1819/B178

Record 8 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1819/114

TITLE:

Letter from Eliza Frances Babington, Dublin, requesting government employment for son

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from Eliza Frances Babington, 14 Blessington Street, Dublin, to William Gregory, Under Secretary, Dublin Castle, seeking employment for her son, Pelham Babington. Emphasises his suitability for the vacant post of comptroller of the public coal yards.

EXTENT:

1 item; 2pp

DATE(S):

6 Aug 1819

DATE EARLY:

1819

DATE LATE:

1819

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1819/B195

Record 9 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1819/115

TITLE:

Copy statement of Reverend Dr Burrowes concerning proposed changes to admissions at Enniskillen Royal School

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from John Willoughby Cole, 2nd earl of Enniskillen, to William Gregory, Under Secretary, Dublin Castle, enclosing a copy of statement of Reverend Dr Robert Burrowes and requesting that Gregory shows it to Earl Talbot, Lord Lieutenant, 11 August 1819: enclosed copy statement from Reverend Dr Burrowes, Master of Enniskillen Royal School, [Portora Royal School], Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, to the commissioners of Board of Education. Burrowes responds to criticism from the board in respect to Burrowes' earlier petition to the Earl Talbot, Lord Lieutenant, concerning free admission of day scholars at Enniskillen Royal School. Refers to board's accusation that he invaded its rights, and responds to their alternative plans for the education of day pupils in Enniskillen, 4 August 1819.

EXTENT:

2 items; 11pp

DATE(S):

4 Aug 1819-11 Aug 1819

DATE EARLY:

1819

DATE LATE:

1819

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1819/B196

Record 10 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1819/116

TITLE:

Letter from William Beauman, Dublin, enquiring on progress of petition from solicitors of Ireland in support of Joseph Farran

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from William Beauman, 12 Rutland [Parnell] Square, Dublin, to Chief Secretary's Office, Dublin Castle, concerning the progress of a memorial he delivered to Gregory's office, from the attorneys and solicitors of Ireland, on behalf of Joseph Farran, deputy clerk of the pleas, Irish Court of Exchequer.

EXTENT:

1 item; 2pp

DATE(S):

6 Aug 1819

DATE EARLY:

1819

DATE LATE:

1819

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1819/B197

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