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Record 1 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1822/1

TITLE:

Letter from John Barclay Alloway, director of public coal yards, Dublin, concerning supply of coal to House of Industry

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from John Barclay Alloway, 12 Mount Pleasant Crescent, Dublin, director of public coal yards of Dublin city, to William H Gregory, Under Secretary of Ireland, Dublin Castle, proposing that coal needed for use by the House of Industry be supplied by the public coal yards; stresses that such an initiative would entail a flow of capital to the Treasury, ‘instead of being paid into the hands of the Factors or Contractors’.

EXTENT:

1 item; 3pp

DATE(S):

3 May 1822

DATE EARLY:

1822

DATE LATE:

1822

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1822/500

Record 2 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1822/2

TITLE:

Anonymous letter on establishment of a court of adjudication to preside on matters arising from tithe claims

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from anonymous author to William H Gregory, Under Secretary of Ireland, Dublin Castle, offering a detailed proposal for court of adjudication to preside over issues arising from tithe claims between land holders and clergy of the established church; suggests composition of tribunal, qualifications of participants, legal powers and terms of reference of court. Document franked 19 April 1922.

EXTENT:

1 item; 4pp

DATE(S):

1822

DATE EARLY:

1822

DATE LATE:

1822

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1822/501

Record 3 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1822/3

TITLE:

Letter from General Airey, Quartermaster General’s Office, Dublin, concerning work on Baronial Division of Ireland

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from General Airey, Quartermaster General’s Office, Dublin, to William H Gregory, Under Secretary of Ireland, Dublin Castle, wishing to ascertain if work on the first part of the Baronial Division of Ireland is acceptable or if any adjustment is required; with draft reply on back from Gregory indicating that progress to date ‘is perfectly satisfactory’.

EXTENT:

1 item; 2pp

DATE(S):

13 May 1822

DATE EARLY:

1822

DATE LATE:

1822

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1822/502

Record 4 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1822/4

TITLE:

Letter from John Barclay Alloway, director of public coal yards, Dublin, requesting payment of salaries

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from John Barclay Alloway, 12 Mount Pleasant Crescent, Dublin, director of public coal yards of Dublin city, to Richard Wellesley, 1st marquis Wellesley, Lord Lieutenant, Dublin Castle, conveying an account of salaries due to the director, the comptroller and two clerks employed in the public coal yard, amounting to a total of £180 for the period up to 1 June 1822; includes second letter from Alloway to Wellesley, requesting payment of salaries and to propose that the wages due might be ‘paid out of the Sale of the Coals’.

EXTENT:

2 items; 4pp

DATE(S):

1 Jun 1822-3 Aug 1822

DATE EARLY:

1822

DATE LATE:

1822

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1822/503

Record 5 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1822/5

TITLE:

Letter from 1st baron Ashtown, London, seeking monetary relief for poor of district of Ballymacward, County Galway

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from Frederick Trench, 1st baron Ashtown, Hereford Street, London, England, to William H Gregory, Under Secretary of Ireland, Dublin Castle, appealing for measure of monetary relief for poor of district of Ballymacward, County Galway; relays that from his Woodlawn estate his brother and brother’s wife ‘distribute daily soup & porridge to more than £ 600 [sic] persons & are obliged to send away some without relief’.

EXTENT:

1 item; 3pp

DATE(S):

19 Jun 1822

DATE EARLY:

1822

DATE LATE:

1822

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1822/504

Record 6 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1822/6

TITLE:

Letter from John Alexander, Rasharkin, County Antrim, concerning supply of illicit alcohol to public houses in area

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from John Alexander, Rasharkin, County Antrim, to William H Gregory, Under Secretary of Ireland, Dublin Castle, complaining on behalf of local licensed spirit dealers that illicit alcohol is freely supplied to public houses in the area at a price with which they cannot compete, and of ‘shabbin [sic] houses in the Counry [sic] that practices Selling illicit spirits without license’; protests at difficulty in meeting the license fee under such circumstances and requests that a force of revenue police might be sent to assist Sergeant Major Thompson; with draft reply on single letter sheet addressed to Henry Goulburn, Chief Secretary, Dublin Castle, indicating that a bill is presently in Parliament that has power to alleviate the issue in question.

EXTENT:

2 items; 4pp

DATE(S):

25 Jun 1822

DATE EARLY:

1822

DATE LATE:

1822

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1822/505

Record 7 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1822/7

TITLE:

Letter from George John Archdall, Commissioner, Board of Works, Dublin Castle, offering resignation of post

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from George John Archdall, Board of Works, Dublin Castle, a commissioner of Board of Works, to William H Gregory, Under Secretary of Ireland, Dublin Castle, tendering resignation of post on Board of Works, due to his having been granted a pension for life on the Civil List of £212.8.2.

EXTENT:

1 item; 2pp

DATE(S):

5 Jul 1822

DATE EARLY:

1822

DATE LATE:

1822

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1822/506

Record 8 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1822/8

TITLE:

Letter from 20th baron Audley, for loan for Cappagh copper mines, County Cork

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from Letter from George John Thicknesse-Touchet, 20th baron Audley, Morrison’s Hotel, Dublin, to Henry Goulburn, Chief Secretary, Dublin Castle, outlining case and viability of his Cappagh copper mines, County Cork, and requesting advance of loan of between £5,000 to £7,000 for support of works; emphasises local importance of enterprise and its ‘utmost utility to the poor inhabitants of Skull parish; inasmuch, at one Period Fifty families were actually supported by me, and their usual employment tended very much to Counteract a lawless system of Rebellion and bloodshed, in the South West of Ireland’; includes letter from Audley to Goulburn stressing feasibility of mining project and offering security for loan, with opinion of John Sealy Townsend on proposal, annotated on back.

EXTENT:

2 items; 8pp

DATE(S):

11 Jul 1822-20 Aug 1822

DATE EARLY:

1822

DATE LATE:

1822

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1822/507

Record 9 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1822/9

TITLE:

Letter from John O’Neill, County Antrim, concerning opposition to new police establishment

SCOPE & CONTENT:

Letter from John O’Neill, Shane’s Castle, County Antrim, to William H Gregory, Under Secretary of Ireland, Dublin Castle, enclosing memorial of Grand Jury of County Antrim, to Richard Wellesley, 1st Marquis Wellesley, Lord Lieutenant, Dublin Castle, expressing opposition to prospect of introduction of new system of police establishment due to the likely financial burden; emphasises that such an initiative would bear hard upon the population ‘when the agricultural and manufacturing classes are labouring under extreme depression’, signed by 23 supporters.

EXTENT:

2 items; 5pp

DATE(S):

5 Aug 1822

DATE EARLY:

1822

DATE LATE:

1822

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1822/508

Record 10 from 'CSO/RP'
NAI REFERENCE:

CSO/RP/1822/10

TITLE:

6 petitions from William Agnew, Dublin, on subject of claim to payment for work at Four Courts Marshalsea

SCOPE & CONTENT:

6 petitions from William Agnew, 46 Thomas Court, Dublin, to William H Gregory, Under Secretary of Ireland, Dublin Castle, requesting an enquiry and advancing claim for payment for work including whitewashing and other structural repairs carried out on the Four Courts Marshalsea, Dublin; plus later petition to Richard Wellesley, 1st marquis Wellesley, Lord Lieutenant, Dublin Castle, on same topic; also includes letter from William Logan, inspector, Four Courts Marshalsea, 40 Mecklenburgh [Railway] Street, Dublin, to Thomas Taylor, clerk, Chief Secretary’s Office, Dublin Castle, outlining his rationale for resistance to settlement of Agnew’s account of 1814 and enclosing copy of same; also includes letter from Logan to Gregory, in which he declares he requested Agnew’s to adjust his bill which included ‘an extravagant charge made for whitewashing which was not done in a workman like manner’: encloses a memorial from Agnew appealing for payment of dues.

EXTENT:

13 items; 19pp

DATE(S):

2 Aug 1822-9 Sep 1822

DATE EARLY:

1822

DATE LATE:

1822

ORIGINAL REFERENCE:

CSORP1822/509

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