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Record 1 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1820/1

TITLE:

John Austin, Dublin: for a situation of employment under Government

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Petition of John Austin, 8 Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin, to Charles Grant, Chief Secretary, Dublin Castle, requesting consideration for government employment. Cites support of Lord Fingall [Arthur James Plunkett] for his application.

EXTENT:

1 item; 2pp

DATE(S):

29 Jan 1820

DATE EARLY:

1820

DATE LATE:

1820

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1820/A2

Record 2 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1820/2

TITLE:

‘Pat’, Dublin: non payment of interest by board of Royal Canal

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from ‘Pat’, Mary’s Lane, near the Egg Market, Dublin, to Charles Grant, Chief Secretary, Dublin Castle, complaining about financial mismanagement of investment and non payment of interest due by board of the Royal Canal. Refers to members of board as ‘sharks in human shape’ and provides summary account of debenture obtained; alleges misconduct and deceit: ‘alas Biddy and me believes they can do any thing without your Honour knowing it – so smooth they comb down everything - But we hope your honour won’t let them always laugh in their sleeve – and bid us cry and starve much longer’.

EXTENT:

1 item; 3pp

DATE(S):

15 Jan 1820

DATE EARLY:

1820

DATE LATE:

1820

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1820/A4

Record 3 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1820/3

TITLE:

John Turner, keeper of gaol, Armagh, County Armagh: on apprehension of escaped convicts, James Early and John Wade

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from John Turner, keeper of gaol, Armagh, County Armagh, to William H Gregory, Under Secretary of Ireland, Dublin Castle, reporting that escaped convicts, James Early and John Wade have been apprehended, Early being confined at Armagh gaol and Wade at Londonderry gaol. Requests further direction as to future action.

EXTENT:

1 item; 2pp

DATE(S):

30 Jan 1820

DATE EARLY:

1820

DATE LATE:

1820

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1820/A5

Record 4 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1820/4

TITLE:

On campaign for Roman Catholic reforms

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from anonymous author to Chief Secretary’s Office, Dublin Castle, regarding a recent meeting for Roman Catholic reform held at Smithfield, Dublin, and suggesting that an address should be directed to the people of England to express Catholic demands for civil and religious freedom. Considers also broader issues of loyalty and Catholic participation in European national politics and suggests formation of ‘Society of the friends of Reform consisting of Catholics, Protestants and Presbyterians’ for purpose of clarifying objectives.

EXTENT:

3 items; 9pp

DATE(S):

1820

DATE EARLY:

1820

DATE LATE:

1820

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1820/A6

Record 5 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1820/5

TITLE:

On daily attendance record of medical officers at Richmond Lunatic Asylum, Dublin

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from anonymous author to Charles Grant, Chief Secretary, Dublin Castle, requesting inspection be made of daily attendance record of medical officers at Richmond Lunatic Asylum, Dublin, from 1815, about which he asserts ‘at this moment of great national Distress, it cannot be conscientiously recommended to Parliament to continue’; refers to ‘jobbing Governors’ connected with Channel Row, House of Industry.

EXTENT:

1 item; 2pp

DATE(S):

14 Jan 1820

DATE EARLY:

1820

DATE LATE:

1820

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1820/A7

Record 6 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1820/6

TITLE:

Miles Atkinson, late deputy customer and collector of Port of Dublin, Dublin: for post of inspector of fisheries

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Petition of Miles Atkinson, late deputy customer and collector of Port of Dublin, 72 Mecklenburgh [Railway] Street, Dublin, to Charles Grant, Chief Secretary, Dublin Castle, requesting consideration for post of inspector of fisheries. Outlines experience in customs service and asserts that ‘he detected frauds to great extent and amount of £8,000’ and that related activity produced some £4,000 more in revenue. Also includes copy letter from CJ Allen MacLean, Customs House, Dublin, in support of application by Atkinson, and copy certificate in his favour signed by 37 merchants of Dublin.

EXTENT:

3 items; 7pp

DATE(S):

23 Jul 1816-21 Feb 1820

DATE EARLY:

1816

DATE LATE:

1820

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1820/A8

Record 7 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1820/7

TITLE:

Joseph Adams, Dublin: for promotion to higher post

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Petition of Joseph Adams, 73 Francis Street, Dublin, to Earl Talbot, Lord Lieutenant, Dublin Castle, requesting promotion from post of land carriage officer which is inadequate to support of family. Claims that he and his son Benjamin assisted in the conviction of Owen Kirwan of Plunket Street, ‘a Ringleader and styled Captain of the Rebels’ in the aftermath of assassination of Lord Kilwarden, in the 1803 Uprising; that his son was ‘afterwards Waylaid and Inhumanely murdered by the Friends and Adherents of the said Kirwan and his party’; and that he also suffered loss of property due to his support of government, and was forced to retire from post in county Limerick, having been branded as ‘the Orange Butcher’ by members of the ‘Insurgent party’.

EXTENT:

1 item; 4pp

DATE(S):

1820

DATE EARLY:

1820

DATE LATE:

1820

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1820/A9

Record 8 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1820/8

TITLE:

Reverend Arthur S Adamson, chaplain, Dublin: impeded from performing divine service at Richmond General Penitentiary

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from Reverend Arthur S Adamson, Church of Ireland chaplain, 7 Blackhall Street, Dublin, to Charles Grant, Chief Secretary, Dublin Castle, complaining that he has been prohibited from performing divine service to Richmond General Penitentiary, which is situated in his parish of Grangegorman, county Dublin. Requests direction and adds that he has had responsibilities for spiritual provision ‘every Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, visiting them individually every day and constantly at night when called upon, and finally accompanying them on Board Ship when ordered for transportation’.

EXTENT:

1 item; 3pp

DATE(S):

13 Mar 1820

DATE EARLY:

1820

DATE LATE:

1820

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1820/A10

Record 9 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1820/9

TITLE:

Reverend Arthur S Adamson, chaplain, Dublin: impeded from performing divine service at Richmond General Penitentiary

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from Reverend Arthur S Adamson, Church of Ireland chaplain, 7 Blackhall Street, Dublin, to Charles Grant, Chief Secretary, Dublin Castle, reflecting on difficulties encountered performing divine service at Richmond General Penitentiary, and stating that should he be replaced in that capacity, he requests consideration for the post of chaplain to the House of Industry.

EXTENT:

1 item; 4pp

DATE(S):

23 Mar 1820

DATE EARLY:

1820

DATE LATE:

1820

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1820/A11

Record 10 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1820/10

TITLE:

James Adamson, secretary, Incorporated Society’s House, Dublin: additional demands on general fund of charter schools in aid of the Renelagh Fund

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Copy letter from James Adamson, secretary, Incorporated Society’s House, 55 Aungier Street, Dublin, to William H Gregory, Under Secretary of Ireland, Dublin Castle, observing that his letter and report of the Commissioners of Public Accounts was presented before the Board of the Incorporated Society, and to offer explanation for additional demands made on the general fund of the Charter Schools in aid of the Renelagh Fund. Provides examination of past financial problems faced by the society, including a law suit, repairs to schools of Athlone, County Westmeath, and Roscommon, County Roscommon, and non payment of tithes.

EXTENT:

2 items; 6pp

DATE(S):

14 Mar 1820

DATE EARLY:

1820

DATE LATE:

1820

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1820/A12

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