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ESTIMATES, ACCOUNTS,

AND MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS,

RELATIlCG TO

IRELAND..

(2.)
, ,
COURTS OF JUSTICE; CUSTOMS; EXCISE; GRAIN, WHEAT;'

PUBUC OFFICES; PRESENTMENTS;

Ste.

Session

23 January - - to - - 11 July
1821.

VOL. XX.

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OF VOL. XX.-1821.

ESTIMAT£8, ACCOUNTS, AND MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, Y71eMB.pGfillffta

RELATING TO IRELAND, tile VoIIIlIItI dgne


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18u :
5 March 136• COURTS OF JUSTICE; return of the Commiaeionere. of Grants and
Gratuities I.
10 July , ... ~. • •• Ib.id •• • Letten from Government to the Judges,
30 April "'S~· • • • Ibid • • • Barons of the Exchequer; Salaries, Fees, Disbursements
and Net Income •
13 June 6...3. • • • Ibid ,- • • Court of Excbequer; Fees of Court in English Currency
6...S· • •• Ibid ••• Ditto; Appointment of the MarahaI •
1", June 660. .. : • Ibid • • • Ditto; Equity Causes iu the Years specified •
'i' June' 699.
700•
• •• Ibid ••• Ditto: Chamber Causes, 1812, 1813, IBI",
• • • Ibid • • • Ditto; Chargee against the deputy clerk of the plea, •
17 May S~5. • • • Ibid • - • Alllistant Barristen, Ci"il Billa and ejectmeuts • 51.
5 March 146• Customs; Malt paying Duty 179l-lhl •
U March '47. • Ibid. British and Irish Manufactures exported and imported
g8 Mard. 338. • Ibid • Several kinds or denomillatioos of Goods
13 JUDe 6S1. • Ibid • Oat Port Department, charges of Management in detail •
~ July,s .. • Ibid. Dry Goods Rnd Spirits seiaed, 1811-lho •
18 May S36. - Ibid. Imports and Exports; Pig Iron, OrglLDliue Silk, Ice.
s, Marcb 310. • Ibid • Shipping, which ha"e cleared outwards, &re. •
30 April 400· • Ibid • Shipping, entered Inwards and cleared Outwards
~ Feb. 79. • Jbid • Coals, imported from January 1819 to January 18'll
~!\fay SB~. • Ibid· Sugar, (I.) East India, ('i.) West India, entered for Home Con-
sumpli"n 93·
'0
13 JUDe
April "'S6.
6...7.
- Ibid. Wool, import aad export. 181S-18u • 95·
' • lbid • Woollen Manufatotures, quantity exported 97·
s8 Marcb 337. • Ibid • Grain, Wheat, Mee1 and Flour warehc;lused 101.
it April 37S. • Ibid • Ditto, ••• - ditto - • • imported and exported • 10S·
I~ March itll. • Ibid • Wbpot and Wheat Meal, imported aDd exported, to GDd from
Great Britain • • • • • • • • - Ill.
• Ibid • Dilto ••• - .IiUo ••• - ditto • - •• to and from Foreign
Couutries 113·
'l6 Feb. • Ibid· Oflkes directed to be abolished or regulated • liS·
'lS JODe • Ibid • Ditto·· held by the IDlpet'tor General and others • 117·
~ July • Ibid. Gratuitiet to the Commissionen • I'll..
8 June • Ibid • Qaarantine, present establishment of 1'15.

5 March 1...7. Exciee; - MaIt paying INty from Jan~Fy 179'1 to January 18'l1 •
13 JUDe 6....... - Ibid • (I.) Excite collected; (~.) Establisl!~ent of Officers
1", May S12. - Ibid • (I.) Expense iu Prosecutions; ('1.) Detailed Bills of Solicitor's
Costa - '
c; Man:h I'~. Convicts; .....her of, tell' to (w South Walet .. ,.
·iy CONTENTS OF VOL XX.-182J.

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at lilt ESTIMATES, ACCOUNTS, AND MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 7l&eMS.".-illlie
Ordertd
foot of the Yell_er dime
tube eaclt RELATING TO IRELAND. up f~ The HolI.Ie
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7 Juoe Ci'lo. Prisons; extract8 from the Inlpector General's Reports on the State of
Pri8ons, 1815-1820 - 150.
16 April 41 +. Gaol Fees; amount of Salaries and Emoluments of the several Prisonr. i.
the city of Dublin 191.

30 1\1ay 5 87. HOlISe of Induatry; correspondeoce ralatiag to • 193·


17 April -4'20. Dublin Taxes; sUlldry Accounts relating to -

7 1\..y +7 8. Proclamations Dublia; sums paid q-.rWrly tOr Adtvertisemtnts 'log.


s9 June 7 0 5. Proclamations IrellWd; Abstract oC .xpendlt.ure of 10,0001. voted for

7 May 477· Grand Jury Pn:sentmeuts Dublin; Acc6unts relcl~ to .


14 May 511. •• - "Ibid - •• J;>roJ;lottion payable by each parish of Dublill
6 l\larch 175: •••.lbid - • - Limerick. city j sums I'T8lIeDted ill the last ten yean
/
(Ireland.)

R E T u R N

J'ROH THE

COMMISSIONERS

A ppointed to inquire into the Duties, Salaries, and Emoluments, of


th~ Officers, Clerks, and Ministers of Justice, in all Temporal and
Ecclesiastical Courts in Ireland.

Ordered, by The House of Commons, to lie Printed,


5 March 1821.

A
THE RETURN - 1'. 3

"'CCOU~T$ - - p. 'i

01
R ETU R N.

THE following Order of ~he Honoura.~e House of Common" dated tb.


) 9th ultil11(),-

" That there be laid before this House,-.,.,.An Account of all Parlia.,
" mentary Grants recommended by the Irish Commiuianera of
" Inquiry into the Fees of Courts of J u8tice, to be made for the
" several Officers of such Courts, whether for Salary or for
" Compensation :"~
" Tbllt there be laid before this House,-An Account of the existing
" annual Emoluments of such Officers, as laid befqre the said
" COlIlmi~sioners, so far as the same can be made up; distinguish-
cc ing Feefl from Salary; as also of the estimated annual Emolu~
" mellts of such Officers, according to the proposed RegulQ.tiolU!
" of the Commissioners; the whole Q.Ccom{>anied by references
" to the paHes of the Reports wherein such Recommendations
" are given: ' - .

H AVING been communicated to us on the :.l7th ultimo, by command of His


Excellency the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, with His Excellency'S desire that
1fe should furnish the Accounts therebx required; We, His Majesty's Commis-
sioners, whose na\lles are hereunto subscri~ed, appointed to inquire into the Duties,
Salaries and Emoluments of ~ll Officers and Ministers of Justice in Ireland, have
accordingly prepared the a.nneJed Accounts; to which we feel it necessary to prefix
aome explanQ.tory observations, with a view to satisfy what we humbly conceive ~
be the objects of this requisition.
We understand the order to refer to all the offices which have been reported
upon. With reapect to th08e wherein it has not been proposed to discontinue the
payment of the offic@rs by fe€s, it would be extremely difficult to satisfy that part of
the requisition conveyed to us, which calls for an Estimate of the annual EmQlumenta
of the several Officers, to arise therefrom, with such precwon as under all the cir..
cumstanees would be indispensable, without a strict, and probably tedious, examination
of eaeh offteer. For, in attempting to afford an accurate CQmparativ8 view of the
former emoluments of such officers, with those that might be expected to accrue
under th~ regulations proposed by the Commissioners, independent of the fluctua.tions
of business, It would be necessary not (;mly to calculate the effect of the abolition of
fees in some instances, and their regulated rates in others; but to include also, what
can be proved only by experience, namely, the pecuniary results to each officer of
the changes of practice, and transfers of official duties which hClve been recoUlQl6QQ.Eld
(in the discharge of the appointed funetions of the Commi~ioners to report upon
the Duties as well as the Emoluments of the various offic~rs) as material to the
amendment of the general system of the establishments. This difficulty occurs
particularly in the Court of Chancery, the subject of the fi~t Report of the Com-
missioners, which was presented before the mode of remuneration generally by
salary, instead of fees, had obtainea the sanction it has since received. In the
departments of the Law Courts too, where provision by salary has been proposed,
allowance must be made for the regul~ted distribution of duties, in forming flny
compar~on of the rates Qf emolQm~nts enjoyed by the existing officers with the
fixed. stipends allotted to the officers recommended to be employed upon the pro-
posed future establisbments. In treating of the "arious offices, the genera~ principle
of the Commissioners has been to consider them vacant i and to adapt their recom-
mendations to the twofold objeGt of securing to the suitor relief from undue charge,
and to the officer p, remuneration adequate to the duties proper to be imposed on
him, without reference to the receipts or claims of the occupants of the offices as
now eon5tituted. The statement therefore tD be 8ubmitted, founded, according
to the direction of the order, upon the reeommendations contained in the Co~mis­
sioners Reports, though exhibiting a fair e!ithnate of the results upon a comparison
J36. . of
4 (IRBLAND.)-RETURN FROM COMMISSIONERS ON DUTIES

of the admitted emoluments of the present officers with the general expense of the
official services as proposed to be regulated in future, coUld not present in eaeh
individual instance a corresponding standard with which to compare le the existing
annual emoluments of such officers:' ,
In'the Court of Chancery, for the reasOD! above mentioned, we find it impracti.
cable with. safety to offer any precise estimate of the emoluments the respective
officers would severally derive under the proposed regulations. The proportion of
the reduction of the existing fees would vary materially in difterentcflreea; in some
being equal pOssibly to an half, in others amounting to a third or a fourth. But
upon a general view of the probable operation of tbe proposed arrangements, we
feel fully warranted in estimating the diminution of e:lpeDSe to the suiton$ in this
Court, upon the whole, at three-seventus of the present charge., The instances
wherein the Commissioners have deemed it proper particularly to advert to the
subject of compensation, either in contemplation of changes highly beneficial to the
suitor, or of other peculiar circumstances, are those of the Judges of the Law
Courts, and tbeClerk oftbe Enrohnents, the Masters, the Register, the Six Clerks
and the Serjeant at Arms in the Court of Chancery. But with respect to these,
it is to be observed, that the Commissioners have not ventured definitively to re-
1st Report, p. lOi. commend specific Parliamentary Gr~nts. The only instance of suc,h proposed grant
is the addition of £.450 a-year to the salary previously allowed for the diSCharge of
the duties of the Accountant General's office, in which the receipt of fees is
expressly prohibited by statute.
Whatever may be the mode of payment ,to the officers, whether by fees or
salary, it has been proposed to make a general provision for such payment byfeea
regulated upon a reasonable scale. For the more full elucidation of the objects
which appear to be within the scope Qf the Order) we submit a summary view of the
estimated results of the regulations proposed by the Commissioners) if brought intO
operation under the !1rrangement recommended in our fourth and preceding Reports
for the formation of a general fee fund; premising, that in so doing, the Returns
made to us of official emoluments are assumed to be full and correct, and that 'in
calcUlating the produce of the proposed fees certainty is not attainable.

THE following Abstract exhibits what has been heretofore the total average Charge
to the Suitors, according to such Returns from the several Departments, which have
been reported upon, and the estimated produce of i'ees proposed to be establi&bed
to defray the future official Establishments. The particulars, of the first head will
be found in the annexed Accounts, thos~ of the second in the Reports and pages
referred to in the Abstract; the difference is the estimated SaVing to the Suitors.
Total Emmated
A ..erage Amount of Refcre!lCel E6timated
Official
COURT or OFFICE. Emolwnentl proJ:.sed to Reports and Saving to OBSERVATIONS.
according and SalarieI. Pap. the Suiton.
to Retama.

, £. £. £.
Court of Chancery , " , 76.0700 49,7~ 1st Report.page_ !l..f.900 ExclUsive of £.1,060 to the
1+111·40.41,41l• CoolOlidaled flUld.
63.M· 71 .73. 81 .
8S 88. eg. 96, gB,
101. 106. 106.
108, lOS, 110,
Ill, 111.
.
KbJis Beuch • " - · 110600 9,000 6thReport,pap
36.39·
1&600

Co-DPleu ,
·
Clerk of the PIeu of the Ex.
· 30,000
18,000
13,000
11,000
Sth Report, p. 61
lid Report,pagea
17.000
16,000
chequ~. 6.:le 14.
Court of Error · · · 900 160 ad Report, p. 10 -t60 Exclllli.,. of £. soo to the
ConIoIidated FlUId.
J udp RegiIten · · · Il,goo 6r460 7~ Report, p.+6- 80680 Exclllli ve of £. 1,870 to tU
CoalOlidated FIUld.
Register of Deedi · · - 7.600 . . . . . . . . - For the _ stated in the
8th Report. pap 8+ 61,61,
the c:onteI:IIpbited laYing it not
bent included.

Appeudix to 5th Report, N..u.-The .boYe CaJcvJatioDl do DOt include Jodidal Fes: of theM, in _ inataDceI, 110 1leturu _
.NOlo 1. 4.:le 6, rec:ei"I!'d; IIIld. in othen, the Amount it doubtful1y Mated. Fur the _ 8llmittod in OII1'.I'IitI&
JIIII"S.... 91 & ... Report. p&P,S 16 aIlCl17, u wellu In the foregoing obIemIdom, DO Eltimate ofluNnl Emol......
011 thl.t head CIIII DOW be lIItil&ctorily formed.
Upon
~L4ltIt:S AND :sM()LUMENTS IN COURTS 01" lVSTlCB. 5
Upon this estimate the saving to the suitors in the above departments may be stated
at t. i5,000 per annum; "MIst the expense of the proposed official establishments
falling short of the estimated provision by £.7.000 a-year, would leave the annual
surplus disposable in aid of the Consolidated Fund, in addition to the following
salaries and allowances now charged thereon, in lieu of which, provision has been
proposed to be m,ade by fees, 'Vi%. '

t. I. J.
C1erk of the Crown and HllUper. • g60
HiB Deputy - - - - - • 100
Protbonotaries of the Court of King', Bench 7 10
Prothonotane. of the Court of Common PI. . 7 10
Clerk of the Court of' Error 300
J.~ Regiatera
Regilter of Deeda • . 1,870
1,300

Making in tbe whole .. t. 4tS+S

and such further surpluses max


accrue upon the fees recommended to be establislied
in the last-mentioned office. The difference between tbe total receipts heretofore
in the departments already reported upon. and the estimated expense of their pro-
posed cst.ablis!lments, may ~ stated ~t £.88,000 per annum.
The preceding calculations being founded upon general esthnatea liahle to fluc-
tuation, and possible error, although we are well 8saured they are far from ex·
bibiting an excE'SS of the saving that would ensue to the suitors from tit: ado~ion
of the ~ommissioners recommendations, it may -be I5atisfaetor~ to adduce a prllcpcal
example of the sufficiency of the scheme proposed for regulatlOg, aod providipg.for~
the official expenses in the Law Departmt,mts.
By an Act brought in by the late Chief Secretary for Ireland,the (ees receivabJe
on tbe Pleas side of the Court of Exchequer were impounded, and provisjonw~5
made th~r('in for tbe sU,ffident remuneration of the persons actually executing -tbe
duties. In giving e6'e<;:t to tbe Act on this bead, it was deemed proper, UPPQ the
recommendation of the Commissioners, to. adhere, as nearly as existing circum-
&lances would allow. to the estsblisliOlent and scale of remuneration proposed in
their Report on this department. I~rom this regulation concerning the office of
the Clerk of the Pleas of the Court of Exchequer alone a surplus fund has accrued
exceeding £.48,000 sterling, being the difference between tbe sum deposited under
the Act in th~ Bao.k of Irerand on account of the official receipts, and the expenses
of the establishment which bas been found adequate to the satisfactory discharge
of the official duties. Although under the existing statutable provisions, whereby
tbe fund thus accruing is appJicable at the discretion of Parliament, the public
derives (and pendins further legislatio~ will continue to derive) the benefit that WM
designed fC?r the SUitors in this department; tbe result nevertheless affords a satis ..
factory demonstration of the practicability and effect of the recommendatioDs of
tbe Commissioners, and of the extent in which tbey are. capable of being made
available for the relief of the suitors.

DANIEL WEBB WEBBtR.


Office or Inqairy. BERTRAM MITFORD.
Dublin, J. P. DICKENSQN.
Il llarcb 18al. THOs STAPLES.
JOHN DOHERTY.

D
o. (IaRt.AND.)-RETURN FROM' COMMISSIONERS ·ON DUTIES/

.. .. . .
Ace 0 U N T S.

I.-Acconnt of all Parliamentary Grant' re'Commended by the Commissioners • p. 7


n.-Account of the Annual Emoluments of the several Officers, whOle Offices have been
reported upon by the Commissioners; :viz.
(1.) Court ofChancery~ • p. 8
(!l.) Judg~ of the Courta of King's Denth and Common PIe.. • p.12
(3.) Officers of the Court of King'. Bench ibid.
(4.) Offioers of the Court or Common P1eu • • p.l4-
(s.) Officers at the Pleas Side of the Court or Exchequer • p.16
(6.) Clerks of Nisi Prius or Judges Registers • p.18
(7.) Court of Error .' ibid.
(8.) Office for Registry of Deeds • • ibid.

III ....:..An Account of all Salariell and Allowance. reeommended in the lld, ad, 4th, 5th, 6th,
7th, and 8th Reporta of the CommiasioJaerl . - p.1I0
(I.) King'l! Bench • ibid.
(!l.) Common Pleas ibid.
(3.) Pleu Side of the Exchequer • • p. tl
(4.) Clerks of Nisi Priua or Judges Registers ibid.
(5.) Court of Error ibid . . 1
(t).) Office for the Registry of Deeds •
SALARIES-AND EMOLUMENTS IN COURTS OF JUSTl~E. f\ 7

.
...
ACCOUNTS.

I.
AN ACCOUNT of all Parliamentary Grants recommeAded by the Commiaionera appointell
to inquire' into' the Duties, Salaries and Emoiwnenta or Olli.cera aDd Miniatera of Juauce
in IrellUld; whether for Salary orfor Compewlation. •

, ,.
.' ~

AdditioDal
Sea.rieeberetol_
COURT, St,1e 01 05Ce. Sallrie.. OBS£RVATIONS.
1Il~
~ded.
. . · .

Chancery
.

- . .
.
Accountant General
.
t.
'600 -
. , d.
-
.
t.
450--
I• d.
or the addition,il
I

IUUl
.' . · £. ~50 is for the rem~nera-
. - · tion of Clerks; £. 1 00 only
haying been heretofore al.
- , lowed.
I

'tinder the head of CompeoeotiOD' DO lpeciJic Parliamentary Grant hll been


recommended, 11 IIppeara from the preceding Ob.enatiot1l.
8· , (lIIEU:lrD.)-1tEl11D' FROM OOlDDSlIOmms ON DtJ1'IES.

lI.-AN ACCOUNT of the Anoual Emolumenta of the Beftral Officers, whOle Qffices baTe beell
and Emolument. of OtJicera and
So far as the lDIDe can be made up from RetUrnI recejyed from .uch

(l.)-C 0 U R T 0 F C ~ 1\ N C ER Y.-{Firtt Report.) - •

I
.
Anap
ADaual Amoaat
Sala..,. or
NAMES OF OFFICERS. RA."'K OR SITUATION.
Paid at Treuurl' r_ bl Three Yews
~
endiD, 1814-

£. 6. tL £. 6. tl.
Lord Manners . - - Lord Cbaw:elIor - - - 100+7 8 6 -1 363 - 71

RigbtbOD. Sir Wm. McMahon- Master of the Roll. - - 3,4~S 15 ~f 1,8gS 19 10

Robert Wogan, esquire - - Depu~


lteeper of the Ron. - pone. 13 ~f
1'~'9

Richard Nash - . - - Clerk of Inrolment - - - - - +00--

William Henu, esquire · - Master in Chancery · ':" *500-- 3,'99 I 11

Stew&rt KiDg, eequire - ..- - .- Ditto •


· · · _500 - - ....437 .3 8
n lOmas ElIis, esquire · · Ditto •
· . t.
· +00 - - ' 3.599 5 10
T hemlll Ball, aquire · - - - Ditto - - - 400-- a.~oo --

Edward Mayne, ~ujre - - Clerk and Ex~ner to Muter


Henn.
nODe. 6 30- 3

lark Anthony Ly.ter, esquire Clerk and Examiner to 8tewart Dane. glI8 !I ...
King, esquire.
H IokIlUlR Blayney Molaworth, Clerk aOO li'.x...mer to TbcJmu .one. 615 18 11
Ell~ esquire.
esquire.
J ohn William Doll, esquire - Clerk and Examiner to Master
Ball.
DODe. 303 ...-
Lord ATODDlore - - - Register . - -- · .. none
- ..

-
4tO,6 5 11

Chules O'Keef~, esquire - Deputy Regiater · 595--

Francia Prendergast · - Deputy Register .. - · . - - 595 - -

J ohn Daly - - - - Head Clerk in Regiater's Office none. Sod--

J ODes StCyelly, e.quire · - Six Clerk .. . - · Doue• ....341 - -

iichael Mills, esquire .. - • Ditto- .. .. - · nooe• 1,750 - -

F·~ci. Dwyer, esquire · . • Ditto .. . .. · · DOne. 'M8 5 -

..ard Woods, esquire · . • Ditto· .. - · · DODe• t,OOO _ -


'sALARiES AND EMOLUMENTS IN COURTS OF JUSTICR.)
ee'

'nported up,on I)y the CoDunissioncrs app0tDte41. ttu&ka Ed.minatlon into the Dutiu, :5Wur.ms
Mkl?sters or
J ustioe '10 lreraod ;
0lJieers, er etltel' DocIlDlelUa ;--t.iasWaRia, Salary frgm Fee••

.. ..
.. • (1.)-C 0 UR T 0 F CH AN C E R Y.-<First Report.)

------------~~--~----~----------~------------------------,-------
..ftI'IIIIII Atmul
~
Net1Lco_ - !filmbe!' of p.,
in from in OBSERY ATIO N S.
1'Wecr\'eall --8
1814-
SaIa., IIII1HeeL Printal Repbtt.

.tl. ..
~. i.- "
I. t. I. d.
" Dcme.
. 10,833 6 8 13, 1+ The Salllry allowed by Statute is t, J 0,000
British, tClWl!rds' which the Lonl C1ronceIlor's
Feea are required to be brought to account, uuq
the residue is i8lUllble at me Treasury.
1,<>61 15 -i '41300 - - I..,.. IS. IG .-\ similar provision is made with respect to the
Fees of the Matlter of the Rolls, the .salary being
£.41300 lrisft.
,110 + 51 1,01 9 9 4 15 and 16.
. - ' - 400 - - tI.-App. N·6,
Qa 38,pa. 134.

16 15 - 3.i 83 all - .!lll .. .. t. 1GO of this is. CompeWll1t.ioa fw-auendaDCII OD


Irish Houae of Lords. I

:
"50'-- 4.88'] - 3 11
. ill •• • Ditto.'
1,5 . '1 SI :.a..g83 1(1 8 . J22 •

15 - - 3,585 - - ,App. N° 141 Master Ball's Income is stated on an ayerage oC


p. !77· hUt receipts ~r a few montbs, during whi-eh ~
had: !keld bifI office.
!Z~4 a 5 4~5 IS 10 . App.. N° L7, OnlJ oae 1'&r in office whim n.etum made.
po. 18+.
,. 81 3- 1 0 !,1l9 '8 G '3+t atrd' ~~'
N° 20, pa. 1 9.
. '80":-"":' :
, 535 18 11 Pa. 34, and App
N°1l3. pat 1••
77 13' 5 315 10 7 ;App, No. 26, Estimated upo~ his receipts for eight Illonths.
pa; 2°7.'
54.5. 6 3 !M80 19' 8 43-
Done. 595 - - 43 In. addjtiOQ to the Income here ~, Mr.
O'lteete is paid a Salary of t. 200, which f<1tms
part of tbe Prineifal's Disbursements.
none. I
595 - - 43 In like manner Mr. Prender~ is paid t.l00
Sa.,.,. .Wcb is included in PrlOcipal's DisbuF5\l-
, ments.
411l01lJlt does : ,500 - - 43· .
not appear.
~-- ~,ooo':"'" - SO.-App. N-41, Mr. Stevelltll Income and Expeuset In! ltatei
0'1 in a rough estimate: from his evidence, the etate-
- I . Q"25, 2U." pa. 25

56.-App.1\044,
• me'I1~ appee:ra not to comprise the whole:
.
400-- ~,350 --
QD 10, ps. 271.
208 ~,250 - - 56.-App.~e46, This statement HI made upon a rouP. estimate,
5 -' Q' .. and 12, and like Mr. Stevelly's, only partially POWI
pa.275-6. Disbunements.
300- - 1,700 - - ,56.-App. Ne39
Q8 3 1, 3 2 ,
,!
pa. ~45.
( contixucti.)
c
10 (bELAND:)-REPORT FROM -C0HMISSlGNERS· ON 'DUTmS,

, A'I'tnp·
AnRutl AmollRt
.Sal.,.". of
-lI'.UIES 0, OD'ICEBS.
Paid at T.re-11· .Fee. iD TJu:ee Y,IIA •
endiDJ 181+

£. I~ d.

Alexander Brennan, esqwre - - Six Clerk .. • • DODe..

- - Ditto·

Head Clerks in Six C1ea. • "t.


Office.

'Thomas Quinan, eBqliin: - - First Examin~r - .. DOne. 1,537 7 si


'Thomas Geo. Digby, esqUire - Second Examiner - DODe. 660--

Hon. R.H. Fitz.Gibbon - -. USher and RegiJter of AfJida·t'ita DODe. 5,llS s !I

'Thomas Lockwood, esgwre - Secretary to the Lord Chan- none. 3.450 - -


cellor and Clerk of Papers in
Matters ofIdiota and Lunatics.

'Earl of Granara - • Clerk of 1.h~ Cl'OWD and Hanaper g60-- 6+0--

'Thomas Bourcbier, eaquire - Deputy Clerk of the CroWD and 100-- 49611 8
Hanaper.
Thoma~ Prendergast, esquire - Cursitor nape. 6a 11' ...
Bartholomew Galvin - .Clerk to Curaitor • - . - 400- -
Joseph Jameson, esquire - Accountant General 500-- aone.
4ftr. Ricbard Davi. - Deputy or Clerk to· Accountant 100 - - +50 --
General.
.John Pollock, esquire - - 'Cll!1'k of RePorts - lQO - - nODe.
'Thomas MoUan - . Deputy Clerk of Reporta none. 40--
Henry Minchin, esguire - - Serjeant at Arms • none. . . .
.Joseph Mincbin, esquire "- - Deputy Serjewtt at Arms none. . 30611 10

'Daniel Mc Kay, esqwre - • 'Pursuh-ant - none. 180- _

Wm. Edw. Poner, gmtleman - Clerk of Recognizances • .. Done. 583 - -


,. -- Same - - - Clerk of Faculties • .- none. 97 - 6
... Same - .. - Trainbearer - - - none. 79 u -
~Jr. Georp Minnett . · Punebearer . - - nOne. 575 - -
l\1r. George Kidman - - Crier - - - - . none. ~80 -:- -
- Crier of the Rolls Court - 30-- 110.--

is
I'"
Sllu:n.ms AND nMOLUMBNTS IN COURTS 0'" JUSTICE. . 11


A'fI!l'IIjJCtAaeu.t
DbbIneIIIent. Net IDeome NUlIlber or Pap
in from In OBSERVATIONs'
1'Iiree Yean ending s.w, and Fee.. Priuted Report.
.81+

113 6 • IJ4i+ t 31 77·-ApP· NOS3,


pa. '94·
6G-':"" 600 - - 77.-ApP' NeS7,
pR. 311.
661 . 10 .....;. +.550 U I 81 and 83.

340 - - 3,110 - - 85·

DOae. 1,600 - - 89, 94·


Dot returned. sg6 11 8 App. N° 7...., In addition to the Emoluments here .tated
P·340· Mr. Bourchier .receives a CompeDaation of £. 3110
year1'y for losse. in C01lIeCJ.ueD~ of the Um-n.
H 15- 589 16 4 rJ).

- . . +00-- 97·
Done. 500-- 1011.

90-- 460 - - 101t.

Done. uo-- 103-

- - - 40-- 103-

. - - *450 -- 10.... • Compensation for IG8llel by tile Union,


Done. 30611 10 104·

Done. 180-- 105.

140 - - 107.
4+3 - -
DOne. 97 - 6 log.
none. 79 u - 110.

none. 575 - --. 110.

- - . 280-- 1U.

nODe. 50 - - u .. ·
, u .... ..
• _(~}.-.JUD.GES OF THE .coVUS- OF -

benIfJII •
AnDuai Amouut
Salarl
NAMES OF OFfICERS. RANK OR SITUA110N. ~
Paid at Treuury. Fees in llItee Ye.-s
endiDi JIII ..

£, I.. do £. I. d.
Right Hon. WiHiam Downee • Lord Chief justice· • 3,600 - ..:... 1,303 ...;. 1 i
Honourable Robert Day • • Second J!I8tWe .of the Court of 3,190 - - Not returned.
King's 13cnch,
Right H~A. ~. George Daly • Third Justice of said Court • 3,150 - -
Honourable Charles Osborne • Fourth Justice of said Court. 3,150 - - Not returned.
Rigbt Hon. Lord Norbury • Chief Justice of Common Plea. '3,500 - - !1,131 '3" 8

Honourable Luke Fox • Second Justice ofCou~~fCDJB.


mon Pleas.
Honourable Edward Mayne • Third Justice ofsaid Court - ~3!1 1$ 1
Honourable WiIIiam Fletcher • I··ourth Justice pf said Court - 95 18 6 t

(e.}-OfFICERS OF HIE CQUijT OF

~I
NAMES OF 6FFIC£RS. RANK OR SITUATI()X.
Salary
I A,.·".""
;\;1' l , · \ \ ,," L

Paid al Treasury. 1'.. _"T6

I
-v., -I-

£. 8. d. £. 8. d.
Lords Henry and Robert Sey- Prothonotaries, S:c. 7 10 - V,~1l1l 4 1
mour Conway.
Robert Hamilton and nowley Joint Deputy Protbonotaries - none. 4,111 Il
Heyland.
Lords Henry and Robert Sey- Filazers none. 80S G
mour ConwRY.
. Dawson Church - Deputy Filazer none. 401l 13
1110DI88 Chur~ :. Deputy ~i"i1~!r,r

Godfrey Jamcs - Clerk of the Rules - 171 6 8

lIenry Hllrrison Deputy Clerk of the ltules and 300 --


Judgment Book on Cognovit.

George Harrison - Deputy Clerk of' Entry of Writs none.

1\Iichael Cormick - Clerk of Appearances Mea. - 'J67- 8 a


John Cuddy - Clerk of Assignments of Judg. 100 - -
ments, and Clerk to Protho-
notaries.
- Clerk ill R.ec.otd ~ IIJld Re, 153 & 1
ceiver of Stamp Duties.
Dawson Church and Michael Clerks acting as Agcnts • 4.313 10 ~
Lacy,
William J:Wreu • CJerk acting as Agent - none. J,466 13 4-
lIcnry Hanison - • Ditto· - none. 300 - -
(,eorge Hllrrison - Ditto • none. 370 15 10
t..lichael Cormick Ditto • none. 15 0 - -
Henry Cogblan Ditto •

• -
SALARIES AND EMOLU~ENTS IN COURTS OF JUSTICE. '3

KING'S 8ENCH AND COMMON PLEAS.

AYeI'llpAlmuJ
Net Income' Number of Page.
Dbb"""'ats
iD from ill OBSEBV ATIONI.
'I'hn!e y ..... eliding Salary and Ftea. PriDted Report.
1814-

I.. I. d. £. I. d.
84 18 6 4,818 1 7t Pages 6 & 5~
of 6th Report.
Not returned. N otascertained. Pages 5 & 69.

5 15- 3,332 2 8i Pages 6& 71.


Not returned. Notucertained. Pages 6 & 73.
5 15- 5,6~5 18 8 Fifth Report,
pages 5 & 8+
Not retumed. Not ucertained. -
5 15- 3,377 3 1 Pas- 5. 91 & 92 •
5 15 - 3,~40 3 6!.z Pages 5 & 94-

KlNG'S BENCH.-{Sixth Report.)

A...erage Annual
~
in
I N umbl!r of Page.
OBSERV ATIONS.
in
Tllree Yearl ending II Printed Report.
181 ....

£ .•. d. £. $. d.:
930 13 5 8,499 - 8

465 6 11 3,6"'5 15 5

tOO - - 605 6 1

66 I~ 4 335 19 9
.200 - - • Thia i, an Allowance by the Principal and De-
puties out of their receipta, and COJl8ti'lJtes part
of the Disbursements above mentioned.
.one. 471 6 8 The Principal and Deputies allowed £. 300
lWa:ry to thi. oflicer, wIliCb i. iDcludecl in the
statement of hill income.
nODe. 356 17 6 In like manner t. 56. 17 I. &I. haa been allowed
by Principal and DeputIes, to Mr. Harrison 81 a
Salary, 1t'Wclt i. included in statellteat of hi.
income.
893- 136 9 t - • Part of thie Di,bursement arises from a pay-
ment of t. 30 per annum, to the Prothono-
taries.
45 10 - 221 18 11
none. U2 1 5 - - - - Salary of LtjZ. IS', ia allowed by PrethQ-
notaries, and included in the .tatement of hit
income.
37 10- 115 15 1

1,'+1 5 - , A Salary of £. 40. allowed by Prothonotarice,


comprised in thia statement of iDcome.
313 6 8

Mr. CogblaD was not employed in thia capacity


until the year 1815' ,

1 as. D
14 (IRBuND.f,..-RETURN FROM COMMISSIONERS ON DUTIES,
---.. ~.~.~------~~================~==================

(4.)-OFFICERS OF THE COt.:RT OF


._-------

A...~
Salary AamaaI.biovat
NAMES OF OFFICERS. RANK OR SITUATION. oC
Paid at Treuury. Fee. iD TiIJee Years
endiQ1 181 40

£. I. d. £. I. a.
Hon. T. and V. Knox- - Prothonotaries - - - 7 10-
. 11,905 1!l 3t
George Hill - - - - Deputy Ditto - - - none. ~,3S1 la 5f

Richard Hill - - - · Deputy Ditto - - - - - - none.

John Carey - - - -i. Clerk of Pleadings and Affida-


vit Office.
none. . SI~ 15 S

William Thomas - - - Clerk of Assignments of Judg-


ments
none. lZ9 6'5

WlU. ThomlUl and Richard Hill General Clerk. in Protbonota- none. ~,161 16 8i
ry'8 Office.
Andrew and Joseph Ueid - - - - - - Ditto - - - none. 1,4lt 7 13 +
William Clancy - - - --- - Ditto - - - nOlle. 500 - -
Edward Mathews - - - -- - • Ditto - - -- none. 3!lS 16 -
J ohn Clancy - - - - --
- - Ditto - - none. 3.356 10 61.:l
Thomas Howard - - - - - - - Ditto - - · none. 1,1119 HI 10
John Pasley - - - · - - - - Ditto - - - none. W ..,. 4t

Edward Gill - - - - Clerk of Judicial Rules - - none. ltaG It

John Meagher - - · Clerk in Record Room - · none. 50 4 '"


1 1
Charlel Mackin - · · Clerk to Protbonotary - - - - . 50--
James Mackin - ·- . . - - Ditto - - - . - - - . -
Peter Jacbon- - - - Clerk of the Rules and Entries nOlle lZ,301 1+ 10
Charles Mills - . - - Clerk to Mr. Jackaon . - - - - none•

Honourable Daniel Toler.


.
- FLlazer • - - - - none. l,ltOl 7 1
John Clancy - · - Deputy Filazer - - - Done. 3+S 1+
, 7
Andrew and Joseph Reid - - Clerka of Juries - - - - - - 36g 13 +
Same, Andrew and JOIIeph- Clerks of Eaaoigns - - -
Clerks of Errors - none. itS 13 +
Same, Andrew and Joseph - Clerk of Outlawries - · none. - + 5
William Kemmis - - · - - none. itS - 11 f
Andrew Reid • - - - Deputy Ditto - - - none.
.
+7
.
3-
Francla P. Hewitt - - - Clerk of W 1UT8Dt.s - - - - - - -
SALARIES AND EMOLUMENTS IN COURTS OF JUSTICE. 16

COMMON PLEAS.--(Fifih Report.)

A"erage Annou
DDbonel1lellh Net Income Number oCPages
in from lu OBSERV A TION S.
: Three Yean endiug Salary and Fees. Printed Report.
i
I
1814-
I
I
I
I f: I. d. £. - I. d.
1,168 9 8A.I 10,744- 1~ 7 ~2 and 23.
I
183 13 ut ~,197 8 6 - - - Arising from one·sixth of the total Fees payable
to Principal and Deputy.
i
I
,
none. ~50 -- - - - This an Allowance ~ Principal, and form.s part
of the Disbursements ove stated.
i
I
205 'l 3 607 13 5 - - - In striking the Average of his Receipts, alum
of £.6+. 68. stated to. have been received for
Agencl Business in three months that he acted
as a pnncipal Clerk, is taken into calculation.
none. ~9 6 5 --
I
I
104 7 11 f I ~,057 8 9 .-
121 19 ~f 1,305 14 q -
I 50-- +50 - - -
I
I 8~ 13 4 ~46 ~ 8 -
1
440
--
2,916 10 6~ -
90-- 1;129 12 10 -
Dot stated in his - - - - . - His receipts are averaged for the years 1808,
schedule. lSog and 1810, he not having been in the office
in the subsequent years, and the person who
acted in his absence being dead.
77 19 1 1.1)2 5 1 -
5~ -- 45~ 1 1 --
nODe. 200-- - - . £ 150. of this Income paid bl Prothonotariea,
and included in Statement of theIr DisbW'BeDIenta.
. - - 50 - - - - - This an Allowance from Prothonotaries aIao,
and included in Statement of their Disbunementa.
88 1+ 7f ~,~13 - ~f -
DODe. 79 1~ 6 . - . This a Salary paid by the Clerk of the Rulea,

DODe. 1,201 7 1
constituting part ofhis DisbursemeDts.
.
100 - - ~48 1+ 7 -
DODe. a6g 13 4- -
nODe. 28 l3 4- -
none. - 4- 5 -
DODe. ~8 - 11 t -
U 1 - a6 ~- -
. - . . . . - . - This ofRcer states that he has only received a
fewreunds; that his fees are received and retained
by e Deputy PrOthODOtary and his Clerks.
I
\

16 (Jl1BLAN]).)-REPORT nOM COMMISSIONERS ON DUTIES,


__ ==t __ _ _ ~
22!!Z _ _ ___ _

(5·)-OFFICERS AT THE PLEAS SIDE OF


- - - - - - - -------------- _.._-----;------...,..--.
Average I'

Annual Amoant I

NAMES OP omcEBS. RANK OR Sll"UATION.


Salary of
Feel & Emolumenu,
I
Paid It Treasury.
In l"ree Ye>ara '
endillg 1814-

£. I. d. £. I . • d.

Earl ofBuckinghamahire • Clerk of the Pleas • none. 11.094 19 11 t I


i
JaIm Polled, eequire Fmt Deputy 5,093 - 11 r

Joteph Farran, esquire • Second Deputy

Henry Yeo Assistant Clerk of the Rwea 1,101 18 8

Mr. Henry Carey • FiJuer and Clerk of Pleading.

Mr. William Houghtoa • - Clerk of Appearancet and At. 9~7 18 , i!


I
I taehments.

Mr.ltichard Patten -I Clerk of Satisfaction.


GeorgeCcnreD - . Clerk of Alphabetl
!
i
I
I
Joeeph Mathen ! Clerk of Write
ii
Hardey Yeo • Clerk of Docket Book, &c.

Thomaa Smith, aenior Keeper of the Piles of returned


Writs and Interlocutory Judg.
menu.
Thomal Smith, junior Asaistant to the Keeper of Filel to - -
of Writs and Pleadinp.
James Biron • Clerk havin, custody of Files 185 --
of Afldavtts.
C. H. Meares • Aaistant in the general bUli·
_ er the OfI1oe.
John Carey Ditto
William Stewart • • - Ditto
SALARIES AND BMOLtJ1ONTS IN COURTS OF JUSTICE. 1,
THE COURT (JP EXCHEQUEa.-(Second ReporL)

Net Income
Number of Page.
hm
iD iD OBSER VATION&.
Three Yem ftIditIg Saiuy, Feel and
181+ other EmoIIUDeDtl. Printed Report.

t. I. d. t. ,. d.
1,845 9 4 8,249 10 7'; .... 5, and 6 This iDcludea an annual ~n for tJae
los8 of Emoluments, by the Act of 1803 asaimi
lating Process in the three Law Courts, which
has ceased since Lord Buckinghamshire'l! death.
n 15- 5,270 5 11. 4.6. and 37 This statement of Mr. PoUock'a net Income
includes a Salary of t.!lOO per annum, which
forDl8 part of the Principal's Disbursementa, u
also Compensation for suppot;ed 1081 of Emolu
ments, occasioned bI the Act above mentioned. ..
but is independent of hia Profits on Taxatioll of
COlts between attorney and client, and on certaia
Costa between party and party, and of which he
kept no account.
220 13 5 3,047 13 3 4 ancl6 The net Income here stated includes a Salary of
t. 65 per annum, paid by Principal, and which
fonna part of his DIBbursements abo:re mentioned.
118 11 7. 1,043 7 -i , 4 The Income here stated includes a Salary of
I t. 60 paid by Principal, and which fonna part of
I his Disbursements above mention~.
54 2 3 81 4 8 - - - - This sum includes Compensation as above, u
also a Salary of t.20, which fOmIS part of Prin
cipaI's DiBbunements.
none 985 8 l3'; • This IUDl includei CompenMtion, ~OUDting to
t.703. 8,. Bd. on aCCOUDt of Process Act above
mentioned; 8Ild also a Salary of t. 57. 10'. which
forma part of the Principal's Disbunements.
347 9 ." 1,86 7 4 6 j .... and 107, 108.
80-- 136 18 9 4, and App. This includes a Salary of t. 60 yearly paid by
Ne !l0, pa. 118. Principal: his receipta are takeD from hIB state-
ment of the amount for the year 1815, not having
been previously in office.
I

4, 113 and 115 I This statement of net Income ~ a Salary


I of £'!l0 allowed by the Principal, and included i~
! his Disbursements.
nOne !l33 16 -i 4 and 104- I This statement of Mr. Hartley Yea'. net Income
I iDcllldeea Salary of £. ~2. 16', paid by the Pa-
I tentee, and Allowance from the Second Deputy,
I averagin~ £. 8~. 14" 2 d. yearly, constituting parts
; of the Diabun!eDleDts above mentioned.
Done 6~ 15 - 4 ! This includetl a Salary of t. ~!J. 15'. paid by
~ Patentee, as above.
I

DODe 1I0-- 4, and App.


l\j·28, Q" 3. :
none ]85 - - 4· II
I

I
1,08 9 - - 1 4 . 1~0 and Ul. f
1,4i4 6 i
9 t 4, & 125, 116. i
1,134 17 3 I 4, and 131 ! 1\1 r. Stewarfareceipta are estimated iD referellce
to the amount received by him for six months,
Ii
ending March 1815, he Dot having been previously
thereto employed, and his predecesaor not having
I made any Return.

E
IS (IRSLAKD.)-RETURN FROM COMMISSIONERS ON DUTIES,

(6.}-CLERKS OF NISI· PRIUi, .

Salary
NAMES or OPFlCERS. RANK oB. SITUATION.
Paid at Tre~ury.

L I. tl.
John PoUock -. - Late Register to the Lord Cbief Justice

J~hn DomviUe - Clerk of Nisi Prius to the Solicitor 100- -


General.

Peter Jackson - Register to the Chief Justice of the !l5 0 - -


Common Pleas.
C.rew Smyth O'Grady Late Regillter to the Lord Chief Baron !Z5 0- -
W iUiam Cosgrave - - Register to Mr. Baron George - 250 - -:-
Matthew and Robert Franks RegisteR to Mr. Justice Day - !Z50 --
Richard Livesay Register to Mr. Justice Daly - - !Z5 0- -
Edward Auguatus Wailer - Register to the late Mr. Justice Os- !Z50 - -
borne.
Hugh M'Clelland Register to Mr. Baron M'Clelland !l5 0 - -
Edward Mayne - Register to Mr. Justice Mayne - 25 0 - -
Richard HetheringtoD Register to Mr. Justice F1etcher !Z5 0 - -
Michael Fox Register to Mr. Juatice Fox -
J.meaDavis - late Register to Mr. Baron Smith -I 25 0 - -
!Z50 - -

(7.)-COURT OF ERROR.-{Tbird Report.) -

Avuase
Salary AmluaI Amount
NllIES OF OFFICERS. RANK OR SITUATION. of
Paid at Treasury.
Fees in Three Years
ending 1814.

£. I. tl.
Sir James Galbraith, baronet - Clerk of Errors - - - 300 - - 600 - -

(8.)-OFFICE FOR REGIS1'RY OF DEEDS.-(Eighth Report.) -

AWer&fle
Salary AmluaI AmollDt
NAME OF OFFICER. RANK OR SITUATION. of
Paid at Treasury. Fea in Three Yean
end.iuc ~814.

£. I. d. £. I. tl.
Lord Kilwarden - - - Register - - - - 1,300 - - - 6,!l 2 3 7 +t
SALARIES AND EMOLUMENTS IN COURTS OF JUSTICE.' 1~

or JUDGES REGlSTERS.-(8eYentb Report.)

Gro.,1Dcome Number of Pagel


of from in OB S ER V A T I 0 !i S.
Feet in Two ~ean
Salaty aDd Feet. Printed Report.
ending 1813.
----~---------------

L 8. d. £. 8. 11. I
The Chief Justice not having gone Circuit in
181:1 or 1813. the Solicitor General werat in
}1.~30 . 6
740 5 7
1 6 his place; the Fees of the Chief Justice's and
ago - 6 Solicitor General's Registers are therefore con-
{ solidated. The Treasury Allowance wouJd haTe
been £. ~50 had the Chief Justice gone Circuit.
1.948 10 7 ~,1g8 10 7 6

].768 - - ~,oI8 -- 6
557 17 9 807 17 9 6
660 4 4 9 1G 4- 4 6
373 3 3 6~3 3 3 6
364 7 :I 614- 7 ~ 6

35 8 3 1 608 3 1 6
5:10 8 I 770 8 1 6
6 These Officers not having made Returns of
4-7~ 7 3t 7~~ 7 31.1
", their Incomes, they are here estimated rateably
4-7'
4-7~
7
7 :t 7~~
7:1~
7 3 t,
7 3t'
I
6
6 { upon an Average of the Incomes of the other
Registers.

- (7.)-COURT OF ERROR.-(Third Report.)

, Aftrage Annnal
Diamu-eIlU Net Incoroe Number of Page.
in from in OBSERV.~TION5.
T1uee Years mdingi Sw, and Fee.. Printed Report.
181+
i

£. 8. d. I £. I. 11.
- - - \ !JOO - - ~ndix to
rd Report
In this Estimate the ReeeiC' from Clerks Feel
are not included. they may considered equal
page 7· to the Official Diabursements, of which no ReturB
was received.
I
- (8.).-.OFFICE FOR REGISTRY OF DEEDS.-(Eighth Report.)

A'fel'llfjl! AmroaI 1
Disbutaemmlts Net Iucome Nomber ofPagea
in frOIll in OBSER V ATIO N:O;.
1'Uee Yean endinc Salar.Y Md lee&. Printed Report.
181+
.-
;

I.. I, 11. I., 8, 11.


1.539 16 7 5,g83 10 ~t Eighth
pages ~8
!30rt,:19. In the AmoWlt of Income, the FeftI taken' hy
Deputies and Head Clerks are mctuded; and the
Remuneration of the Deputiet ia provided oat
the Net Income.
s. (hlltL.AN»).-RETURN FROM COMMISSIONERS ON DUTIES,

IlL_AN ACCOUNT of all SaI.aries and Allowances recommeuded in the sd, 3d, 4th, sth, 6th,
7th aDd 8th Reports of the Commissionen appointed to inquire into the Duties, SalarieI
and Emoluments of the OIicera, Clerks and MinisterI of Julltice iD all Temponi an«
Ecclesiastical Courts in Ireland.

(I.)-KING'S BENCH: PeraQIIlllll.

1 . -TheProthonotary i-for performing the Duties as recommended in the £. ,. d.


6th Report, page 3t) - 1,500 - -
11.-ne Clerk rA. the Rules the same 800- -
4nd for an Aaiatant to such Clerk of the Rules 100 - -
3.-Clerk of Judgments and Record Room - the same 800 - -
A nd for an A8Iistant Clerk 100 - -
4. - Filazer and Clerk of Pleading. the same 800 - -
And for an Auistant Clerk 100 - -
5.-Clerk of Appearances - the same ~oo --
6.-Clerk of Writs the same aoo - -
,.-Three Clerks, for making out Judicial Writs, &c. J,500 - -
8.- The Expenaes of Coals, Candles, Stationery, Engraviag, EngrOlling and
Copymg Clerks, and other incidental Expense. of the Office, estimated. at ~,ooo --
1----
TOTAL annual Charge in Prothonotary's Department - - £.
Salary to Seal Keeper - (Sixth Report, page ",1.)

£. 8....00 - -

COMMON PLEAS: Per lIIInlUD.

I.-For the PrOfPonotary i-for performing the Duties as recommended in


£. 8. d.
the 5th Report, page 61 1,500 - -
And for aD Auiatant Clerk 100 - -
'l.-Clerk of the Rules the same 800 - -
And for an Al8istant Clerk 100 - _

3.-Clerk of Judgment and Record Room the sante 800 - -


And for an Allliatant Clerk 100 -- _
_I
....-Filazer and Clerk ofPlesdiDga the same 800--
ADd' for an AlIIii&aot Clerk 100

5.-Clerk of Appearances - the same - eoo- _


6.-Clerk of Wm. the same - I 300--
7.-0ne Clerk for conducting all the bU8inesa of the OfIice connected with suf·
fering Recoveries - - - - _. - • - - ~ 500- -
8.-Three Clerbfor makiag out Judicial Writs, &c. 10500 - -
9.-Chirographer, Custos Brevium, and Clerk of King's Silver 500 - -
And (or an Allistant Clerk 100 - -
BspeDlel of CoaJa, Ca:odlet, Stationery, Eagre:riag, a.od other Expenses of
the PrOtkODoCuy'. OfBce. taken OIl an a'f'erage of three yeara ending
1814-
Expenses of EDsro-iag and Copyiag Clerb, taken on like averap - 1,iOO - -
Coala, Candles, Stationery) occasional A8Iistance o{ extra Clerb, and inci-
dental Bxpentes of the Chirop:apher's Office - - - - - 40--
To Seal Keeper ~OO- -

Making in the whole (per 8BDum) - - £. 10,040 - -


==
SALARIES AND EMOLUMENTS I,N COURTS OF JUSTICE. 11

(3.}-PLEAS SJDE OF THE EXCHEQUER: Per Annum.

The Clerk of the PJeas i-for perfonning the Dutiel 81 recommended in the £. I. d.
Second Report, page 14 1,500 - -
The Clerk of the RulN - the same - - 800 - -
And for an Assistant Clerk . 100 - -
The Clerk of the J udgment8 - the same • 800 - -
And for an A8Ilistant Clerk 100 - -
The FIlazer and Clerk of the Pleadings the same • 800- -
And for an A8Iiatant Clerk 100 - -
The Clerk of Appearances and Attachments - the same - 300 - -
The Clerk of the Write • • _. the eame - 200 - -
For three.Cleru for making out Judicial Writs, &c. - tile same - - 1,500 - -
Expensea of Coal" Candles, Stationery, occasional Aseistance of extra Clerb,
and incidental Expenses of the Office 2,100 - -

TOTAL - £. 8,300 - -

(4.}-CLERJS OF NISI PRIUS, or JUDGES REGISTERS:


(Seventh Report, page 45.)
£. I, d.
To the Register of each of the Chief Justices an Allowance for £. I. d.
each Term of t. 50. making per annum - - - • - lZoo - -
To the l81De, aD AlJowaDce for each Circuit of L 200 • - • 400 - -
Eatimat.ed produce of the proposed Fee - 200 - -

Total eatimat.ed Income of each Chief' Justice's Register 800 - -


\
To the Register of each Puisne Judge 8B Allowance for each
Circuit of£.'Joo. - - - - - - - - - 400 - -
Estimated produce of the propoeed Fee 50 - -

Total estimated Income of each Puisne Judge'. Register - - 450-- 41 0 50 --

£. Ot4fjO - -

(s.)--COURT OF ERROR:
(Third Report, paget 10, 15, and 18.)
£. I, d.
Estimated produce of Fee. recommended for the diacharge of the Duqel by
,&he ClerK of the Rules of the Court of King'. Bench - - • - • 150 - -

(6.)-OFFICE FOR THE REGISTRY OF DEEDS:


(Eighth Report, page 34.)
£. I. d.
To the R~i8ter a Salary of • 1,500 - -
To the AssiataDt Register - - - • - - 1,200 - -
Eatimated E.xpense of Cletka and other DisburRcmcnts 'J,OOO - _

£. 417 00 - -

136- F
·
.

( ..
(Ireland.)

RETURN
FROM THE

COMMISSIONERS

Appointed to inquire into the Duties, Salaries


and Emoluments of tbe Officers, Clerks, and
l\Iiniltera of Justice, iD all Temporal and
Ecclesiutical Courts in /,.dond.

Ora,"", by The: .Iuuse o(Comlll~ '11 #I( PriftuC.


5 Marc118111. .
COURTS OF JUSTICE, IRELAND.

COPIES OF ALL LETrERS


. ,
Addressed by the I:IlISH GOVERNMENT to the JUDGES of the COURTS

OF EQUITY AND LAW, in transmitting for their Consideration the


several REPORTS of the COMMISSIONERS. appointed to inquire into
the }'ees and Emoluments of the Courts of Justice in IRELAND.

Ordered, by The Houae of Commons, to be Printed,


10 July 1821.

A
2 LETTERS FROM THE GOVERNMENT OF IltELAND TO THE JUDGES,

SCHEDULE:
N· 1.-CoI'Y of a Letter from William Gregory, ~. to The Lord Chancellor and Master
of the Rolls;· dated Dublin Castle, 9th May 1811; transmitting the 18t Report
of the Commissioners of laqairy .. .. .. .. .. .. .. p. 3.
N· 2.-COpy ofaLetter from the Righ_t honourable Robert Peel to the Lord Chief Justice;
dated Dublin Castle, 10th November 1817; tranamitting the 3d Report of the
Commissioners of Inquiry - - - .. - - .. .. - ibid.
N° 3.-:-COPY of a Letter from the Right honourable Robert Peel to the Hon. Baron George ;
dated Dublin Castle, 14th November 1817; transmitting the 3d Report of the
Commissioners of Inquiry .. ibid.
N° 4.-COJ>y of a Letter from William Gregory, Esq. to the Lord Chief Justice; dated
Dublin Castle, 7th May 1819; Lraosmiuing the 6th Report of the Commissioners
of Inquiry .. - .. .. - .. .. .. - - .. p. 4.
N° 5.-Copyof a Letter from William Gregory, Esq. to the Puisne Judges of the Court
. ofKihg'1 Beach; datedDublinCude~7thMay 1819; tmDsmiLtingtheotbReport
of the Commissioners of Inquiry. - .. - - - - .. - ibid.
N' 6.-Copy of a Letter from William Gregory, Esq. to Right hon. Lord Norbury; dated
Dublin Cattle, 7th May 1819; tral1lDlittiDg the 5th Roport of the Collllwllioners
ofInquiry. - .. - .. .. .. .. - .. .. .. ibid.
N° 7.-CoPY of a Letter from William Gregory, Esq. to the Puisne ludges of the Court
of Common Pleas; dated Dublin Castle, 7th May 1819; transmitting the
5th Report of the Commissioners of Inquiry - .. - - - p. 5.
N° 8.-Cop, of a Letter from William Gregory, Esq. to the Lord Chief Justices of the
KIDg's Bench and Common Pleas; dated Dublin Castle, 18th June 1819;
transmitting a Supplement to the 5th and 6th Reports of the Commiuioners
of Inquiry - - ibid.
N° 9.-CoPy of a Letter fromWilliam Gregory, Esq. to the Lord Chief BarQn and the other
Barons of the Exchequer; dated Dublin Castle, 18th May 1820; transmitting
the 4th Report of the Commissioners of Inquiry - - - .. .. ibia.
N° 10.-COpy of a Letter from the Right hone Charles Grant to the Lord Chief Justice;
dated Dublin Castle, 22d February 1820; transmitting the 7th Report of the
Commissioners of Inquiry.. - - - - .. .. - .. p. 6.
N° 1I.-Copy of a Letter from the Right hon. Charles Grant to the Lord Chief and other
Barons of the Exchequer; dated Dublin Castle, 22d February 1820; transmitting
, the 7th Report of the Commissioners of Inquiry.. .. .. .. - ibid.
N° 12.-Copy of' a Letter from the Right hon. Charles Grant to The Lord Chancellor,
Master of the Rolls, and Lord Chief JURtice; dated. Dublin Castle, 24th October
1820; transmi,tting the '!th Report of the Commissioners oflnquiry ibid.
N· 13.-COPJ of a Letter from the Right honourable Charles Grant to the Lord Chief and
other Barons of the Exchequer; dated Dublin Castle, 29th November 1820;
transmitting the 2d Report of the Commiuioner8 of Inquiry - - p. 7.
N· l4.-CoPy of a Letter from William Gregory, Esq. to the Lold Chief Baron; dated
Dublin Castle, 19th May 1821; tranamittingthe 9th Report of the Commissioners
of Inquiry.. .. .. .... ........ - .. ibid.

True Copies.
W.GREGORY.
:RESPECTING THB tEl'ORrI or THE COllHISSION:ElU. 3

COPIES OF ALL
LETTERS addressed by the IRISH GOVltlLNJrfENT to the JUDGES of the COURTS'
OF EQUITY AND LA. W', in transmitting for their Consideration the. several
REPORTS of the COlunssIONERS appointed to inquire into the Fees and
Emoluments of the Courts of Justice in Ireland.

N° t.-Copy of a Letter from WiUiam Gregory, Esq. to The Lord Chancellor


and Master of the Rolls; transmitting the First Report of the Com-
missioners of Inquiry.
My Lord, Dublin Castle, 9th May 18J 7.
AM commanded by the Lord Lieutenant ~ send your Lordship herewith a
I copy of the Report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the Duties,
Salaries and Emoluments of the Officers of Courts in Ireland, &c. upon the Court
of Chancery, &c.; and His Excellency desires me to request your Lordship will, in
conjunction with the Master of the Rolls, to whom a copy of the Report has also
been referred, take the same into consideration, and that you will favour me, when
you. have time, for His Excellency's information, with your opinion upon the several
matters therein contained, with whatever suggestions may occur to your Lord-
ship and the Master of the Rolls, for the better regulation of the fees of these
Courts.
I have, &C. (signed) W. Gregory.
Ri~t hoopurable
The urd Chancellor.
Like Letter to The Master of the Rolls.

N° 2.-Copy of a Letter from the Right honourable Robert Peel, to the Lord
Chief Justice; transmitting the Third Report of the Comqlissionel'8 of
Inquiry.
My Lord, Dublin Castle, 10th November 1817.
I AM commanded by the Lord Lieutenant to transmit to your Lordship the
accompanying Report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the Fees of
the Officers of the Courts of Justice in Ireland, respecting the conduct of Sir James
Galbraith, the Clerk of the Court of Error, in order that your Lordship and the
Judges of the Court may act thereupon, in sueh manner as may seem expedient
to you.
I have, &c. (signed) Rob. Peel.
Right honourable
The Lord Chief Justice.

N- 3.-CoPY of a Letter from the Right honourable Robert Peel, to the Hon.
Baron George; transmitting the Third Report of the Commission81'S
ot Inquiry. . '
Sir, DubJin Castle, 14th November 18J7.
IN oousequeQee of a communieaUon whkh I have had with the Lord Chief
Juatioe, f have the boDour to transmit to JOlt, by the command of the Lord LleD-
tenant, the ThIrd Report of the Comml89ioners of Inqui., Into the Courts of
Justice in Ireland, relative to the conduct of Sir James Galbralth, as Clerk in the
Court of Error.
I have, &C. (signed) Roll. P«:l.
The honourable
Baron George.
4 LETTERS FROM TUE OOVERNAIENT 01' lREL.A:ND TO THE JUDGES,

N· 4.-COPY of a Letter from WiUiam Gregory, Esq. to the Lord Chief Justice;
transmitting the Sixth Report of the Commissioners of Inquiry.

, ¥y Lord, " ,Du~1in Castle, 7th May ~819.


I AM cOIDlllanded ~y the Lord Lieutenant to send your, L,ordship ~e, acc;:om-
'paDyii:ig~Report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the Duties, Salaries
and Emoluments of the Officers, &c. of the Courts of Justice in Ireland, upon the
Court of King's Bench; and His Excellency desires me to request your Lordship
will, in conjunction with the other Judges of the Court of King's Bench, to whom a
copy of the Report has also been referred, take the same ioto consideration, and
that you will favour me, when you have time, for His Excellency's information, with
your opinion upon the several matters therein contaiaed, with whatever StJ.S8le800Dl
may occur to your Lordship and the other Judges of the Court of King's Bench, for,
the better regulation of that Court: .
I hue, &c. (signed) W. Gregory.
Right honourable
The Lord Chief Justice.

Ne 5.-Copyof a Letter from William Gregory, ,Esq. , to the Puisne Judges of


the . Court of King's' Bench; transmitting the Sixth Report of the
,Commissioners of Inquiry.
Sir, Dublin Castle, 7th 'May '18 1 9.
WITH reference to a letter I have this day had the honour to a<j.di-ess, to the Lord
Chief Justice, I am commanded by the Lord Lieutenant to 8eQd you' the accom-
panying Report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into 'the Duties, Salaries
and Emoluments of the Officers, &c. of the Courts of Jugticein Ireland, upon the
Court of King's Bench; and I am directed by His Excellency to request you wil~
In conjunction with his Lordship, take'the same into consideration.' ,-
I have, &C. (signed)' W. GregOry.
Right hooourable "
Mr. Justice Daly.

Like Letter to Hon. Mr. Justice May~e.


Hon. Mr. Justice Jebb.

N· 6.-:-Copy of a Letter from Wjlliam Gregory, esq. to the Right honourable


Lord Norbury; transmitting the Fifth Report of the Commissioners of
Inquiry. '
My Lord, Dublin Castle, 7th May 1819.
I AM commanded by the Lord Lieutenant to send your Lordship the accom-
panying Report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into ,the Duties, Salaries
'and Emoluinents of the Officers, &c. of the· Conrts of J nstice in Ireland, upon the
Court of Common Pleas; and, His Excellency desires me to request your Lordship
will, in conjunction with the other Judges of the Court of Common Pleu, to whom a
copy of the RepOrt has alsO been referred, take the same into consideration; aDd that
. you' will favour m'e, when you have time, for His 'Excellency'S information; with your
opinion upon the several matters therein contained,' with whatever ~ may
'occur to.your Lordship ,and the other Judges of the Court of Common-Pleas, for the
better regulation of that Court.
I have, Bec. (signed) W. ,Grt;gfIrJ.
Rightbon. Lord Norbury,
&c. &c. &C.
ILE_ECT11I'G. TilE HEPDaTl 01' THE COIlM1SSION£l\S. 5

N· i.-CApy of a I.ettIIr from William Gregory, Esq. to the Puisne J odges of


,. . !the ·Court.,.,f c.;mm- P.leas; transmitting the F.&b· Report. of. the
. <A?uunissioners of Inqlliry. .
Sir, Dublin Castle, 7th May 18)9.
'WITH reference to.ll letter ~ have this day had the honour to acldre s to Lord
'Nor"bury, I am commMlded 'by the Lord Lieutenant to send you !he accom panying
Repert Q{ -the C~ appointed to inquire into the Dulic!', Sa-1aries nud
"Emoluments of tIe O~C6rs, &C. of the Courts of Justice in Ireland, "POll the Cou-rL
-.of CODUDOrl Pleu; and I am directed by His Excellency to reque t you will, in
-rorijunctiOD with his Lordship, take the same into consideration. . . .'.'
I have, &c. (signed) . W. Gregor!/.
.Hono..aMe Mr. J DAtice FIe.t.cber,
h. Ba;. Ac.
Like Letter to Hon. Mr. JU!tice Moore.
Hon. Mr. JU!ticeJohnson.

N° S..-Copy of a Letter from William Gregory, Esq. to the Lord Chief J1l!qces
of the King's BeDch awl Cmmnon Pleas; transmitting a Supplement to
the Fifth 8.Dd Sixth Repom of the Commissioners of Inquiry.
My Lord, Dublin Castle, 18th June 1 8 I 9.
· WtTl'l' reference to my letter of the 7th ultimo, enclosing a copy of the Report
of the Commiqioners appointed to inquire into the Duties, &e. of the,Officers .of the
Couta of IDltice i.a helaod .\lpA the Court of King's Bench, I have the OOno~ to
~w. Jeu, by COIllJRIIIld of the Lord Lieotewmt,.a copy of a ' letter which has' beep
~_ fipm l4nl Northl.M .ad Lord Robert Seymour, witb the swpplement to
• .QUe .of the. p~"'ries of the KiDg~ Bench ud Common PIe!8&, aad a.
ooftY of the li8t • .~l9 of ~B.oon ~ to pdaDtee o~, tdIaded
to iD. the -.id Jetttr.
I have, &c. (signed) w.G~ .
Rie:ht honoUI'llble
the Lord Chief J IlBtice.
Like Letter to Right hOD. Lord Norbwy, for the Court of Common Pleas. .

. .~

N° g.-Copy 'of a Letter from William Gregory, Esq. to the Lord Chief Baron
and the other Barons of the Excheq uer '; transmitting the Fourth Report
of the Commissioners of Inq1liry.
My Lord, Dublin Castie, 18th May 18~o.
I-A.M mAl)8Dck.d by the Lerd Lieutenant to send your Lordship the Fourth
~ of tOe C-UWsw.en ~ted to mqaire Urto the Dories, Salaries and
~dM'8=phr. of the Officctl"S, '&co of &be C()(lJ1s of Justice in Ireland; and His
~J desiNs Ge to request YOUI' Lordship will, in conjllnction with the other
.(~ GC·the.Gowt of Eadt~, take &hat part oftbe said Report which relates 'to
• Court of Elclleper iDlD·ooMideatioD, eDd that YOll wUl, witk aB little delay as
~ GMQP_~ with yOGI eulie8, *-.r me, for His ExCellmcy'8 mrortnaQO!I, ltith
~-qMiIm. VfMtn ~ 1Il~ therein contaiDed, with ,,~er suggestiOPS may
0CQlr'~ you ad. the ·odler J..dges of ibe Court of E-xcbequer. '
I ba'Ye, &c. (signed) W. Gl'cgory.
Right hOaoorable .
The Lord Chief Baron.
L~e Utt.ec tothe · ~ Barons of.the E~uer.

742. n

Digitized byGoogle
(i Lll'TEIlS FRO)l THE GOVERNMENT OF IRELAND .1'0 1'HE 3'(;1'DO£S,

N° lO.-C0PY of a Letter from the Right hon. Charles Grant to the Lorsl Chief
. J I.lstice; transmitting the Seventh Repott of the Commissioners of
Inquiry.
. My Lord, Dublin Castle, 22d February 1820.
I AM commanded by the Lams Justices to' send you the Seventh .Report pf
the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the Duties, Emoluments, &c. ,of the
Officers of the Courts of J us.tice in Ireland; and their Excellencies desire me tOl"equest
. your Lordsbipwill, in conjunction with the other Judges, to whom a copy. of the
Report has been also referred, take the same into cc;msideration, and that you wiU
. favour me, when you have time, for their Excellencies information, wit~ your opinioll
upon the several matters therein contained, with whatever suggestion may occur to
your Lordship thereupOOl. ' ..
And I am further to request, in reference to Mr. Gre~oryts letter of the 7th of
May last, transmitting the Sixth He port of the said \";omnrissioners, that your
Lordship will .furnish me, at your earliest convenience, with your report thereupon,
for the Lords Justices information.
I have, &c. (signed) C. Gmtlt.
Right hon. The Lord Chief Justice.
Like Letters to Lord Norbury.
Judges Moore; Mayne; Fletcher; Johnson; Da~; Jebb.

N- I I.-Copy of a Letter fr:om the Right honourable Charles Grant to the


Lord Chief and other Barons of the Exchequer; transmitting the
Seventh Report of the Commissioners of Inquiry.
. .
My Lord, Dublin Castle, 22Q Februuy 1821. '
I AM commanded by the Lords J ustioes to send yoer Lordship the Seventh
neport of the Commis:;ioners appointed to enquire into the Duties, Emoluments;
&c. of the Officers of the Courts of J'ustice in Ireland; and their Excellencies desire
me to requfl$t your Lordship will, in conjllnction .with the other Judges, to whom It
copy of the Report has been also referred, take tht> same into. conElideration, and
that you will favour me, when you have time, for their Excellencies information, with
yonr opinion upon the several matters therein contained, with \\'hatever suggestio~
may occur to your Lordship thereupon.
1 have, &c. (signed) C. Grant.
~1a11i Ilu.mI.lle.
The Lord Chief Baron.
Like Letters to Baron Smith; Baros George; Baron MC Clelland •

..
N" t 2.-Copy of a Letter from the Right Hon. Charles Grant to The Lord
Chancellor, Master of the Rolls, and Lord Chief Justice; transmitting
the Eighth Report of the Commissioners of I nqtiiry .
. My Lord, Dublin Castle, 24th October 1820:
1 AM commanded by the Lord Lieuteoant to send your Lordship the Eightb
R~pol't of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the Duties, Emoluments, &c.
of the Officeri of the Courts of Justice in Ireland; and His Excellency desires me
to request that your Lordship will, in conjunction with the Lord Chief Justice, and
the Master of the Rolls, to whom a copy of the Report has been also referred, take
the same into consideration, and that you will favour me, when your Lordship shall
have time, for His Excellency'S information; with your opinion upon the several
matters therein contained, with whatever suggestions may occur to your Lordship.
I have, &c. (signed) C. Grant.
Hisht honourable
ihe Lord Chancellor.
Like Le~ter to the Right hon. Master 'ofthe RoUs;
Right hon. The Lord Chief Justice.
RESPECTING THE lU!PORT5 OF TilE COMMISSIONERS. ..,
N',. IS.-Copy of a Letter from the Right honourable Charles Grant to the Lord
Chief and other Barons of the Exchequer; transmitting the Second
Report of the Commissioners of Inquiry.
, My Lord, Dublin Castle, 29th November 1820.
, I HAvE the honoqr to acquaint you; by command of the Lord Lieutenf\.nt, that
it was intended that the Second Report of the Commissioners of Inquiry, &C. should
, have been referred to'You and the other Barons of the Court of Exchequer, at the
same time that the Fourth Report of the Commissioners was transmitted. ,
I now send it to lour Lordship, by Hii Excellency's desire, and am to convey, to
vou His Excel1ency s reqqest that he may be favoured with the ob~rv,atioD.S of your
lordship and the Barons of the Exchequer, upon this as well as on the Fourth
Report.
I have, &c. (signed) C. Grant.
Riaht honourable
fhe Lord Chief Baron,
&C. &:c. &c.
Like Letter to the other Barons of the Court of Exchequer",

N° 14--COPY of a Letter from William Gregory, Esq. to the Lord Chief Baron ;
transmitting the Ninth Report of the Commissioners of Inquiry.

My Lord, Dublin Castle, 19th May 18~n.


I AM commanded by the Lords Justices to send your Lordship the Nin,th Report
of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the Duties, Emoluments, &c. of the
Oitice1'8 of the Courts of Justice in Ireland; and their Excellencies desire' me to
reqnest you will, in conjunction with the other Judges, to whom a copy ef the
Report has' also been referred, take the same in to consideration, and, that you wi1l
favour me, -with as little delay as possible, for their Excellencies information, with--
your opinion upon the several matters therein contained, with whatever suggestions
may occur to you thereupon. ..
I have, &c: (signed) w,. Greg(Jr!J.
Right honourable
T,be Lord Chief Baron. .
Like Letter to the Honourable Baron Smith ;
Baron Mc ClellaDd ;
Baron Pennefather.

True Copies.
1V. GREGORY.
COURTS OF JUSTICE, lRnLAND.

COPIES OP ALL
tETTE.RSlddrtped by the bus GpVBaNMJ:NT
to the .IUJ)GlIS er the COU.TI of ~QUIT'I' and
LAW, iD transmiu:ing for their OoDlideratioD
d.le JeYera1 Ruol.Tl of the C014MISIIONlIJl8
IpPOinted ~ iNlu.ire into the Fees anti Emol,,·
~D~ of the Cl?~ of JUltice iD JaELAIfD.

Orimtl, ., 'na. Roue qr CQanl'llms, to '" PrWUtl,


. 18 Jllly lStt.
#4
(Ireland.)
Return to, an Order of the HOQourable House of Commons, dated 27 March 18u ;-f07,

AN ACCOUNT OF THE SALARIES, FEES, DISBURSEMENTS, AND NET INCOME, OF THE CHIEF BARON OF IRELAND,
AND OF THE BARONS OF THE COURT OF EXCHEQUER OF IRELAND;

So far sa the '&ame have been laid before the Commissioue1'8 of Inquiry: So far sa the &ame can be made up.

Average Average
SALARY Annual Amount of AlllluaI NET INCOME
NAMES OF OFFICERS. RANK OR SITUATION. paid Ilt FEES, DI~BURSEMENTS from OBSERVATIONS.
In 3 Yeen ending In 3 YeaJ'I ending
TREASURY.
1814- 1814_
s.Jary and Fee..
.
£. I. d. £. I. d. £. I. d. £. I. d.
.'
, Right Honourable Standish O'Grady - - Lord Chief Baron - . . . - 3,50 0 - - 3,138 Il11 7 5 15 - 6.632 17 '7 -
Honourable Denis George - - ~- - Second Baron of the Court of Exchequer - 3,150 - - 340-- 5 15 - 3,48• 5- -
Honourable Sir William Cusack Smith, Baronet Third Baron of said Court • . - - 3,150 - - 220 - - 5 15 - 3,3fi+ 5 - -
Honourable James McClelland - - . Fourth Baron of &aid Court - - - 3,150 - - 345 4 5 5 15 - 3,489 9 5 -
I
\

Board or Inquiry, DUblin,} Btrlram Mitford. Tlw' Slapkl,


19th April 18l111. Tlaomal P. DicltmlOtl, felm Dohmy.
(Ireland.)

Retllrn to an Order of the Honoorable Hoose or


CoDllDons, dated If Maf(lh 1811 ;-/0'1', '

AN ACCOUNT oC the Salariet, Peee; Ditbunemt'nls and


Net Income of the Chief Baron of Ireland, and of the
Barons.f the Coort of Exchequer of Ireland ;-80 flU' as
the same have bel!n laid befure the Commiisiune ... of
Ioquiry I So far as tbe _e elK! be IIIlde up.

OrdmJd, by Tbe HOUR of Common.. to 6t Printt4,


30 Aprill821.

452 •

. - -
~ - .. - - --
COURT OF EXCHEQUER, IRELAND.

RETURNS to Orders of The Honoura.ble House of Commons,


dated 16th April 18~1 ;-for

(l.)-A Copy of the Order made hy the Court of Exchequer of Ireland, far cbarging the
F eea of Court in English Currency.
(2.}-A Return of the Number of Causes set down for hearing in the Court of Bxch~qel'
ofIreland, and of the Number of Decrees pronounced, within the last ten years; distinguishing
between the Law, Equity and Revenue Cqes.
(3.}-A Return of the Number of Sheriffs' Patents passed in bdand within the lQi~ ~ft
years; together with the Fees paid thereon in the Court of E¥obequer; distinguishing
between the Fees paid thereoll to the Chief Baron, aod to his Clerk.
(4.)-A Return of the Number of Affidavits sworn before the Usher of the Court of
EJchequer in Ireland by Commission, within the last ten yean; together with t~e Fees
paid tbereon, as far as the same can he made up.

i •• i • .1 • I ;'

SIR,
HAVE the h090nr to forward to you the different Returns which I have received to the
I several Orders of the House of Commons, the last of which I did not receive until this
day. There is DO Officer who can make a Return to the third Order; but so far as it relates
to the Pees payable to the Chief Baron and his Clerk, a full explanation will be given in my
Letter· to you IlpoD the subject of the Ninth ReJ;lort of the Commissioners oflnquiry, whicb • Ordn-td to lie
will he ready for deliverv at the Castle, this eveDlDg or to-morrow morning.
"J .
priRttd,la lUM,
N~6~
I have the honour to be, Sir, &C. &C.
(lij~ned) S. O'ORAl)Y.
William Gregory, Esq.
&C. &.c. 8t<:.
A true copy. C. W. Flint.

: j l' i • "I "M rH 'ft. •I " si

EQUITY, EXC MEQUER.

A RETURN of the Number of Causes stt down, and the Number ef Decrees pronounced
tbereon, in the foHowing Years :

CAVSES SEl' DOWN:

1811: I 1811: 1815 : 1817: I


---
~57· \

DECREES PB.OSOUNCED THEBEON.

1811; I 1811: ~~~~


~14' I ~37·
1_1_8_1S_:_I._l_81_'_'_10_1_801.5_;_1

u6. 187. 1--


1816:

1; ; -
\-1_81_1_:""", __1_8,'_8_:_
COURT OF .EXCHEQUER, IRELAND •
.

RETURN from the Equity Side of the Court of Exchequer.

(t).-That there be laid before the House, There does not appear any snch Order.
a Copy of tbe Order made by tbe Court of
Exchequer in Ireland, for charging the Fees
of Court in Englillh currency.

(~).-That there be laid before the House, The Return from the Equity side of the
a Return of the number of Cau!les let down Court is herewith furnisbed.
for hearing in the Court of Exchequer in
lreland, and of tbe number of Decrees pro-
nounced within the last ten years; distin-
Jl:uishing between tbe Law, Equity and
Revenue Cases..

(3).-That there be laid before the House, Sheriffs' Patents nre not p8!Jsed in the
a Return of the Number of Sheriffs' Patents Equity side of the Court of Exchequer.
passed in Ireland within the last ten year»;
together witb tbe Fees ~aid thereon in the
Court of Exchequer; dil1mguishing between
the Fees paid thereon to tbe Chief Baron,
aDd to his Clerk.

(4).-Tbat there be laid before the House, The Department of tbe Equit)" side of the
a Return of tbe number of Affidavits sworn Court of Exchequer cannot make t.he Re-
before t.be Usber of the Court of Exchequer turn required by tbis Order. .
in Ireland, by Commission, within the last.
ten years; together with the Fees paid
the,:eoD, as far as the same.can be made up.
WtlluJq•.
4th June J8!u. .

RETU RN from the Clerk of the Pleaa.

(1.)-That there be laid before the House, No such Order.


a Copy of tbe Order made by the Court of
Excnequer in Ireland, for cbarging the Fees
of Court in English currency.

(2..}-Tbat there be laid before the House, Not in the Department of the Pleas Ex-
a Return of the number of Causes set down chequer.
for hearing in the Court of Exchequer in
Ireland, and of the Dumber of Decrees pro-
nounced within the las1 ten years; distin-
guishing between the Law, Equity, and
Revenue Cases.

(3.)-That there l'.le laid before the Hoase, Tbe like.


a Return of the number ofSherifis' Patents
passed in Ireland within the last ten rears;
together with the Fees I;'aid tbereon ID the
Court ofExcbequer; distmguishing between
the Fees paid tbereon to the Chief Baron,
and to his Clerk.

(4.)-That there be laid before the House, Not in the Department of the Pleas Ex-
a Return of the Dumber of Affidavits sworn chequer.
before the Usber of Ihe Court of Exchequer
in Ireland by Commission, within the Jast
ten years; together with the Fees paid
tbereoD, as far as the same can be madellp•

.3l1t May t821. J03. Farran,


Clerk of tbe PIcas.
COUR" OF EXCHEQUER, JRlLA ND.

'The ANSWERS made by the Deputy to the Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer of


the Court of Exchequer in Ireland to the several Questions put by Order of the
.House of Commons of the 16th of April 18.21.

(lo)-Tbat there be laid before the House, Answer :-There is no such Order, nor
a Copy of the Order made by the Court of any Order to this effect in this department;
Exchequer in Ireland for charging the Fees the change in this deparunent took place
in English currency. in the year 1808, at which time the Lord
Chief Baron directed his Fees to be received
in English currency.

(2.)-That there be laid before the House, Answer :-This Order does not apply to
'a Return of the number of Causes set down this department of the Court of Exchequer,
,for hearing in the Court of Exchequer in it not being the practice on the Revenue
Ireland, and of the N umber of Decrees pro- Side to set down any Cause for hearing.
,nounced, within the last ten years; distin-
guishing between the Law, Equity and Reve-
,nue Cases.

(3.)-That there be laid before the House, Answer :-This Order does not apply to
a Return of the Number of Sheriffs' Patents this department; the Sheriffs' Patenti are
.passed in -Ireland within the last ten years, made out by the Clerk of the Hanaper, and
-together with the Fees paid thereon in the the Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer has no
,Court ofExcbequer; distinguishing between knowledge of the Fees paid thereon in the
:the Fees paid thereon to the Chief Baron, Court of Exchequer.
,and to his Clerk.

(4.)-That there be laid before the House, Answer :-Tbe Lord Treasurer's Remem-
.8 Return of tbe number of Affidavits sworn braocer has not any mode by which he can
.before the Usher of the Court of Exchequer ascertain the N umber of Affidavits 8WOrQ
,in Ireland by Commission, witbin the last before the Usher of the Court of Exchequer
ten years, togetber with the Fees paid there- in Ireland by Commission, within the period
.-on; so far a~ tbe same can be made up. referred to, or at aU, or of the :Fees paid
thereoD. .

Joshua Nunn, Dep" Ld T. R.


318t May 18~1.

THE NUMBER OF AFFIDAVITS sworn before the Usher of the' Court of Exchequer
in Ireland, by Commission, within the last ten Years, amounts to 2,-451 - - - -
...And the Fees paid t9 him thereon, amounts to - £. 331. 18. 1.

28 May 1821.
Cha. Fleetcl'ood.
COURT or EXCHeQUER, I.8.ELAND.

RETURNS to O,den or tbe Bonelll'able Boue of Common I,


dated 16tb April 18!1 ;-fn
{t.)-A Cop1 of the Order made by the Court oCExc:bequer
oC beIaod, Cor 4lwsillC die POOl oC Coaft iD EDgliab
Cummcy.
(t.)-ARetwu of tb.lfu&ber oCCaule. let down Cor bearinc
in the Court eC E.lcbeq~r or Ireland, and oC the NllIDbet
oC D~reu prollOllllced, widlin tbe lut ten yelm; dittin·
guiahing botweell the Law, ~ait,y and Revellue Cue...
{3.)-A Return of the Number oC Sheriff.. Patentl p_d
in Ireland withiD tbe lut tea ,ean; togetber with tb. Fee.
paid t_eau iD tlte Court of Exchequer i diJtillguiahinC
between the Fee. paid tbcnlOll to the Chief Baron, III1d to
hiaC1erk.
(4.)-A JletIU1l of the N1lIIlbet of Alidayitl Iwom before the
Usbn of the Court of Exchequer in Irellll1d by Commission,
-.ritbin the lut tIm ,'IU'I; together with the Fee. paid
sberecm, ... Car at the same can be macle up.

OTUred. ty The Uo_ of CommoN, 10 IN Pm,,",


13 June 18~1.
/) /}
J"

COURT OF EXCHEQUER, IRELAND.

RETURN to an Order of The Honourable House of Commons,


dated the 17th of May ]821 ;-fo1'

A Copy of the ApPOI)fTMBlfT OF THB MARSHAL of the Court of Exchequer


in Ireland, and a Return of his Fees, and Emoluments, or of all Fees received in
the name of such an Officer. during each of the last seven Years; and of their
Appropriation.

IN OBEDIENCE to the above Order, The Usher of said Court begs humbly to repre-
sent and submit, that in former limes there were committed to th~ said Marshal the custody
of the King's Debtors, durigg the sitting of the Term to tbe end, that they might provide to
pay the King's debt, or be fu~ther imprisoned'; but this office, and that of Usher, were
exercised by the same person, though as far as the Usher cau inform himself on the subject,
no distinction is made of the office of Marshal in the Patents granting the office of Ushers,
and Done in the patent granting that office to the present Usher of said Court.--See
Howard's Treatise of the Exchequer and Revenue of Ireland, vol. 1, page to, and the
Authorities there referred to.

The present Ushers have not receivt'd any Fees or EmolumentS as Marshal; for the Fees
payable to the Marshal arise from tbe commitment of prisoners, and no prisoners have been
committed to their custody for upwards of 36 years, in consequence of an order or direction
of the then Barons of the Court of Exchequer, by which it was directed that all such pri-
soners as had been usually committed to the Usher or Marshal should be committed to the
Marshal of the Four Courts in the first instance; aDd although according to the ancient
'Ulage which the Ushen find established at the time of the Grant to them of said Office,
they in some instances entitled themselves Usher and Marshal, yet the Fees received by
them were receiTed as Fees payable to the Usber only; and they received none of the Fees
established or payable to the office of Marshal of said Court, having considered the two
offices combined, as both duties had been performed by those holding the office of Usher;
they sometimes continued, as above-mentioned, to eutitle themsel,es Usher and Marshal.
For the reasons thus stated, the Usher cannot state with any precisjon or accuracy the Fees
payable to the Ma(8hal of said Court .

.sth June t8u. CIur Fkehllood.

-
COURT or EXCHEQUER, IRELAND.

RETURN to IU1 Order of tbe HOuelUllble BIHlIO of Common.,


dated the 17th of M"ylB!! .-1".
A. Copy of Tbe ,lpPOUfTlIlIlIl' 0' TU. M.uaUAI. of the
eoart of Es.ob<tquer ill lrelud, alld a Return of bit Fee.
ud EmolameAts. or of aU Feel reeei.,ed ill the name of net.
an 05&er. chring clICb of the lut lenn Yean; and of
their appropriation.

OrtlfTU, ~ 11te House of Com_. to lie Priaud.


)3 JIIM l8u.
EXCHEQUER COURT, IRELAND.

·RETURNS to atl Order of The Honourable House of (;ollllaOllB,


dated 14th June 1821 ;-/01',

A RETURN from the Court or Exchequer, of the Number of EQUITY CAUSES in the
Years specified ;-and also, for Certificates respecting Fees, and swearing Sheriffs
in the said Court.

(I.)

Equity Exchequer.-A Retumofthe Number of CAUSES setdown,8tc.&c.&c. in the


Years 1811, 1812, 1813,1814,1815, 1816,1817, 1818, 1819, and 1820.

CAUSES SET DOWN:

~ "", I~
1811 : 18l! : 181S: 1815 : 1818: 1819: 18!0:
1

'J.57 da ~6~ ~35 ~11


19'J. I ~13 17 1 183
j 154

DECREES PRONOUNCED THEREON:


1---
'J.14 ~37 ~16 195 18 7 173 !113 156 174 146

DECREES SIGNED BY THE OFFICER: j


----

1'J.9 15 8 l'J.l l'J.I 1'J.9 al 155 99 113 -


I
DECREES NOT MADE UP OR SIGNED.

85 79 95 74 58 5'J. 58 57 61 -
I
CAUSES SET DOWN, BUT ON WHICH NO DECREE WAS PRONOUNCED:

43 46 46 40 'J.4 19 . 15 9 -
I-
Returned to me from the Chief Remembrancer's Office,
S. O'GRADY~ C. B.

660.
2 EXCHEQUER COURr, IRELAND.

(~.)

I Certify, That the Fee of one shilling and five pence, which I collected on ea~b
Affidavit sworn before me by Commission, in the vacation, I divided equally between all
the Barons: that is to say, four pence farthing to each of them.

Court of Exchequer, eAu. FledfIJood, Usher.


8 June 1821.

(3·)
I Certify, That every Decree iD- the Court of Exchequer is first made up in the Register's
Office, from the Notes pronounced on the Hearing, and after the senice of a Copy of it on
the opposite Attorney, two Engrossments of it are settled and signed by the Chief Remem-
brancer; one of which Engrosswents remains in the Office, and the other is kept by the
Agent making up such Decree, and therefore there are two Copies of every Decree.

F,.anci, 1/1 Biddulpla,


Register of the Equity Side of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer in Ireland.

I Certify, That I am acquainted with the practice of the Court of Exchequer, for the
last twenty-six years, 90 far as relates to the swearing Sheriffs and Sub-sheriffs into office,
and that during all that time the practice has been to fix one attendance for swearing into
office the High-sheriff and Sub-sheriff, and to charge on such occasions only one Fee, as if
one Officer only had been sworn; but if, as it sometimes (but rarely) happens, t&e Sub-
sheriff declines attending, it has been usual, during this time, to collect a Fee as if he did
attend, and to charge him with a further Fee when he comes to be sworn; but this ]atter
Fee has bet'n often remitted where the Sub-sheriff makes Ii reasouable excuse for not
attending in the first instance: And I certify, that it is part of my duty to administer these
oaths, and to pay the Baron's Fee on those occasions: I further certify, that during my
experience the Fee paid to the Chief Baron on taking Sheriff's Recognizance has been'.one
pound nine shillings and two pence.
J q/ Catla,.m,
Clerk in the Secondary's Office.
-----------------------------------------------------------~

EXCHEQUER COURT, IRELA.,ND.

RETURNS to an Order of the Honourable HoUJe of


Commons, dated 14th June 1821 i-jrrr,

A RETURN from tbe Court of Excbequer, of tbe Number


of EQIJITY C.HlIP in tbe Years .pecified ;-and also.
for Certificate. reap8Cting Fees, and Swearinl Sheri1ti in
tbe said Court.

Ordered, by The Houl>e of Commons, ID be Prinled,


14 June 1821.

660.
rI
"

EXCHEQUER., IRELA NO. ,


T·h 'm -

AN ACCOI(JNT OF THE NUl\fBER OF CHAMBER ORDER~

J.lade:at the Equity Side of the Cou.rt of Exchequer in Ireland, during the Years 1812, 1813, and, 81 ....
for drawing Money out of Dank; distinguishing such Orders as were &0 made during the sittiAg
oftbe Court, &.om such as weremnde when the Court were not sitting.

-.

WHEW ?tIAD E. 1812. 181 3. 1814..


"

During the aittiBg of the Court . - . . 9 \11 7

When the Court were not sitt1tlg . - - . 1'; 34- 3:1

F. H. BIDDULP'H.
nrgi:s.tcr of the Cgurt. of Exchequer.

"
..'
Jj:XCHF.QUER, Jl\ELA$D.

AI( ACCOUNT OF THE NUMBER 0'


CHAMBER ORDERS,
)fade at the EqultJ Side or the Court of Exchequer la Ireland,
dwing the YHtl1811. 181a. aud 1814. (or drawing )JOIII!Y
oat of Ba.ak; dlttinguiahlll8 aucb Olden .. were 10 made
auring the sitting ortbe Court, Ctoua .ud1 .. were made whoa
tile Court were DOt lliUing.

0nItrt4, 6y TIle BoUIII 01 Com1l101l" Co" Pritltt4,


'1 June 1fhn.

699·
COURT OF EXCHEQUER, IRELAND.
,'.

AN ACCOUNT OF THE CHARGES EXHIBITED AGAINST JOHN POLLOCK,


ESQUlRR, BY THE ATfORNEY GENERAL OP IRELAND, I

At the suggestion of the Coun of Exchequer; fOllnded upon the Second Report of I:
the CommilSsioners of Inquiry; together with a Copy of the ORDERS of the Court,
made thereon. for the Diamiual or Removal of the said JOHN POLLOCIC, and for
th~ .Appeintm,ell~ pf Mr. 0'0 •• ,,1'
in his room.
I

;: III

i
(1.)
Tbe Att~y General}
s. Copy, CHARGES agaiust John PoUock, filed by the Attorney
Jobn P~lIt)(1k, .F..eq. Geoeml, in the Excheql.ler in Ireland. ..

In the lJl~t~er of JoblJ Pollock, EsC;luire,)


lint Deputy Clerk of the Pleas 10 thef To the Barons of the Exchequer.
Exchequer.

HB Attorae.y Ge~I, in pureDaace of the suggestion of the Court of Exchequer, has


Testl'8cted fl'Olll tbe " Seoond R"P.Ort oftbe CommiyioDera appointed to inquire into the
Ut_, salaries ud emolumeDts of. tbe officers, clerks and ministers of J Dltiee, in all tem--
eora1 aDd ecclniastical courts in Ireland,"-the following specific cbarge. agaio.t John
Pollock! esquire styled therein " first deputy clerk of the picas" of this Honourable Court;
and relating to bis CQndl1ct as such deput.!, and which the Attorney General now .ubqlitll
to the oonsideratiou of the Court.--First Charge: That on references to tbe clerL:
of the pleas to tot the amount due OD bills of exchange and promissory notes, after inter-
mtory jud.meQt, tbe fees of the depDty to wbom such order comes, exceed those to wbich
bis prinCipal wat entitled by the old mode of proceeding, by writ of inquiry, by l,!. 17' sI
wherever tbere i, aB 1Wl~ appear"ace, aDd where the ~ppearan(..e is parliamentary, by
£.1. 6. oj. Akhoqgb the uid practice bavaDI( ~n inuQduced in tbe yev 1804 (froOl
...\l~b li~ to the preaftlt"0 ~n but tbe sa~d Jobn Pollock b.. beld the .aid office) all
tbe Sft~ ktee •• ,eceived \ly tbe deputy, elf;cept the charges tor summon.es, and drawing
},is report" aIUOUDting 4ltogetber tq ~. 14. gd, " are unw..-raQted by any Qncient UJ'~ ot
""1
leo' ~IQJQ~t i are Qot aeaimilated to an! pre-exis'ing charges; and exceed oonslder-
the t:_ta in ,~ill\r eatet ia the otber UtW Courts; ,he particulars of .bieD fHS 10
~raed hr tuid ~id to ttJe laid pri~cipaJ ~nd deputy are set Otl' in Scbedule N· 1, bere-
1iNite aDD....., ~g • fZO~ of Appepdix N° S5 to the laid Report, and appearing b)' said
AppeDdi~ to be .. eoF-." 01: a reUitD mltde to the laid ~mmissi(Ulel'i by t.he , ..id JOhll
:PolJock, . .bp wi", " .t4IWPent. qf the srOl.Jnd OD "bieb be clailQs tbose fees.
Second Charge: That for seyeral years last p~t the usual mode of paying the said tirst
.,uty OD die .atiQD (If COlts, has lNea hy banding to bim • sum in bank-ooLes, exceed-
ing !lie IIHQ marked QB die bill of 001", .s hil fee on iuch taxation; wbi~b sum tbe said
fePqt1 bill., iD ~, kept. without giving, or even offeriog to give, aD.J change lbereout,
~en when such hlls been demModed from bim, of which the followiQg iD.lftl'K:t't are Iltated
in said Report; t.hat is to say, Archibold Hamilton, esquire, one of the nttomics of this
lIoooombre Court, handed to the said tint deputy, at one time, a sum or £. S, for the pay-
.eat of a sum of three guineas, marked by the said deputy on a bill of costs, at his fees on
ttle tasation thereof, aQd the IlIdd deputy Dot only did Dot gin noy cbange tbereout, but
8eiDg ~aired refQ~d to do 80, .And the said Archibold Hamilton at another time ha\"in~
Baotfed to the aaid deputy a mm exceeding that marked by him, tbe said deputy, OD a bin
aa,
tfhoeU, as his fee for the taxation thereof, by about one pound sterling, did not receive
ehan,ge thereout, and knoMog the pra<.'tice of the said deputy, did Dot require it. And
iD tbe CRse of Offard against Martin, in the year 1803, the laid fint deputy having received
from James Mc Vey, esquire, an attorney ot" the Court of King's Bench, at one time clerk
,e .,eniMrs Geraon and HatftHtoa, a sum of five guineas, in order that be should take
tbereout the fee to which he considered himaelf enthied. on the taxation of the costs in the
said cause, the said first deputy refused to return any part of tbe laid sum, and kept the
entire, though the" ....ed bJ him Oh said bill of costs tor the taxation tbereof did not
amount to tbf.C IGUI.
700• Third
.
'COURT OF EXCHEQUER, IRELAND.
'Third Charge : -That on the taxlltion of bills of costs of extraordinary length, it WIM
the usual practice of the said urst deputy to (.'barge end receive a '{unher sum for himself,
;n additioR to the som marked on the biIJ of cosu; and that accordingly in the case of
Jones against Lord Aldborough, within se'ren yeanlut past, the laid first deputy did charge
to and receive from James Robinson, esquire, one of the auornies of this Honourable Court,
8 sum of three or five guineas on the taxation of his bill of costs, tlJough the sum marked
tber.eon was but two guineas: And further, it appears by two entriea in the books of Rohert
Hamilton, esquire, one of the &ttomies of this Honourable Court; in the hand-writing cif
one James Mo Vey, a c1en.: of the said Robert Hamilton; that iD one .case ~here the sum
marked on a bill of costs by the said first deputy u his tee on the taxation thereof, was a
sum of £'9.7. he received from the said Jamcs MOVey 8 sum of ten guineas~.and,in
8.Dol~){~r iI:!!l.ImCe the !laid James Mc Vey paid to the said first deputy a sum of five guineat
on the taxation of a bill of costs, which exceeded the sum mlU'ked thereon h\' a slim of one
or ,hree &'llinclls; nnd 'by another entry in the books of the SRme gentleman, in the hand.
writing ot a Mr. George Moore, who acted as his clerk, the Mill George Moore has charged
his' said employt'f four guineas as paid to the said first depulyon the taxation of a bill of
-costs, in which the !lum of two guineas only is marked in that respecl; whelher James
Mc Vey last mentioned, and tbe sum of five guineas last stated to have been given by him,
are Tespecting the same person and sum IM mentioned -ahove in the second Charge, does-
not appear by the said Report.
Fourth Charge : -Tbat the charges made by tbe said first deputy on taxation or costs
nave not been governed by any rule, but hage .in general rested altogether on the discretion
<If the said officer; and accordingly it appears that in November 1811, the said first deputy
Laxed three bills of costs for William Furlong, Esq. for which, respeCting his chargell were'
as follows, 'Vn. jor one consisting of three pages, and amountillg to £.175 01. 8£ It. sum of
one guinl:'8; for another, consisting of twelve pages, and amounting to £.370 0'.
'Sd. a sum
<If two guineas; and for the third, consisting of seventeen pages, alId amounting to
£.569 14'· 4d. I!. sum of three guineas; and a further instance is set out in Schedul~, N° 2,
hereunto annexed, being a copy of a bill of COSN as taxed, set out in page 16 of the said
Repot't. '
Fifth Ch~rge:- That the said first deputy hath usuaUy issued at the snme time three
.Iank summonses to t8x costs to allY party applying tor them, keeping no memorandum of
.a.be time, eithE'r of istluing same. or of ttttending thereon, and of demandiog a tee for at-
lendance on each of said summonses, though such atlenduce is aeldolU or never had OR'
, more than one of them.
Sixth Charge:-Tbat the fee of S.6 8d. for attendance has been increased by ·the said
~rst deputy to S.11 4id. and that the entire of said fee is unwarranted by anything a,ppear-
ing oy Ihe list of fees wade in the year 1734 by order of the House of Lords.
Seventh Cha~e :-Thnt on the toxation of each bill of COSls, a fee of 8.!l 9.d. is doe to
t~le chief haron, and a fee abo to the said first deputy; but that it appears that in the taxa-
t~on of costs for the Stamp Office the same documents, which as to the Chief Baron's fee'
was considered as a single bill of costs, and produced to him a fee of 8.9. !la. Waft, at to tbe-
6aid first deputy, considered as comprising in one instance 160, and in another instance 114-
di$tinct bills of "''Osts, bein~ the number of causes therein comprised respectively, for the
fermer of which, at 8.6 8 a. for each cause, he received £.53 6,. 8d. and for the latter,
at 8.3 4d. each, £.19. Although in this latter there were but three causes in which the
.costs exceeded £. 5. each, and in. one cause the amount was 8. g 6 d. the costs in the former
amounting to £.1,136 6 •• 11 d. in the latter, to £.!!!}O 18,. 2d. 80 for a bill of cost.
ending in Apri11814, the said deputy charged the same department twenty-seven guineas
and a half, being one half guinea on each ot' 55 causes therein comprised; and in another
bill of costs, comprising 20 C88E'S, 11 of those cases amounted only to S. 6· Sd. each, the .um
.claimed and received by the said first deputy, was 8.3 4d. on each cause.
Eighth Charge :-That in the taxation of bills of costs the said first deputy has seen the
ieveralsubordinate officers in the said office of Clerk of the Pleat of tbia Court advance
their chargt'8 without any authority whatsoever for so doing, in the proponiou of from
20 to So per cent. and has allowed soch advances in taxation. .
Ninth Charge:-Because on the sole pretext of establishing uniformity, the said first
deputy has of late years allowed in bills of coats taxed by him for business done in thi.
Coort, char~es merely ideal, and of which. 88 they appear in certain printed forms, now
.commoolJ: 111 use, the greater part of those who make them don'L even understand tbe
meaning, becaule such charges bad respectively beeD establisbed by uuge in other Courts,
in which probably they formerly bad some rational foundation, not existing in this Court,
jnto which the introduction of them is wholly unwarranted; the purticular names of these
.charges do not appear by the Report. .

TH E foregoing is a copy of the Charges filed by the Attorney General in the Exchequer,
in this matter agaiost John Pollock. ,

T.4: w.. TMmtu,


CrOWD Solicitor...
COURT OF EXCHEQUER, IRELAND. 3

Tuesday, ut Joly 1817. }


In tbe matter of John Pollock, Attested Copy, ORDER for dismissing John Pollock,
esquire, first Depuly Clerk of esquire, from his office.
the Pleas.

THE Right Honourable William Saurin, His Majesty'. A.ttorney General, having exhi-
bited to the Court nine charges against the said John Pollock, for misconduct in his said
office of 6rst Deputy Clerk of the Pleas, and the same baving been replied to upon oath by
the said John Pollock: Upon hearing the said Attorney General, and also Charles Kendal
Bushe, esquire, His Majesty's Solicitor General, in support ofthe said charges, and Charles
Burlon and Richard Pennefatber, esquires, of Counsel on behalf of the said John Pollock;
and on reading the said charges.• and the affidavit of the said John Pollock in answer thereto.
It is Orrlered by Ihe Court, that the said John Pollock be dismissed from his said office of
lirst Deputy Clerk of the Ple6J; aDd he is hereby dismissed accordingly.

(A true copy)

WELLESLEY•

. 'Vednesday, lZd July, 1817.


IT appearing to the Court that'Valler O'Grady, esquire, Clerk of the Common Pleas, is
eow absent in England, &11<1 th&t it is expedient that the vacancy which has been made by
she Court in Ihe Office 01' first Deputy 10 the said Clerk of the Commoll Pleas should be
forthwith &upplied; It IS then'fore hereby Ordered. that Curew Smyth O'Grady, eS<Juire,
who hath tor many years 611f'd the office of {;lerk of Nisi Pnus in this Court, shall discharge
the se"eral duties of the said office of first Deputy Clerk of ..he Commoll Pleas, under the
.aulhorily of' this Court, until a sutlic.eut deputation to the said office shall be made by the said
Waller O'Grad'y, or unti1 the further Order of this Court.

(A true copy)

WELLESLEY.
COURT OF EXCHEQUER, lRELA'SD.

AN ACCOUNT
(H lhe Chargee ulribited III_IOIt Jon POLLOCIl. EtquiNl. by
the Altonle, Gelleral of Ireland. at Ihe ICIggeation n( chI!
Court of wbequer. fOlluded llpon Ibe ~und Report of
the Colllaiuiwen of Inqlliry ; tOIl<'ther with. COl'l of the
OB D••• of the CDQrt. made thereon. for the DUm!.......
or ReIllO"lI of tbe .aid JOBM PO'LLOO&. and (or t~
,,"ppoiDtlllellt of Mr. O'Gr.d, in hill'OOII!I'o •

Ortit"', ., Tb_ BOllle of C~ .. k Prmte4.


i7June J8tl.

JOO.
r
jj
(Ireland.).

CIVIL BILLS AND EJECTMENTS.

Abstract of tbt Returns to an Order o( the Honourable Houae o( Commolll.


dated 7th March 1821 ;-Jor,

AN ACCOUNT o( the Number of CIVIL BILts entered (or Trial in the Auistaat Banisters Courts of Ireland,
in each of the last three years; together with an Account of the number of EJECT)I~NT CA.SES entered for Trial
in th~ said Courts in each of the last three years; and also, an Account of the number of Causes and Ejectmentl
actually tried during the same period.

NUDlbtr of Num'llet or Nllabet of Number of


COU?'TIES. 5
Cl
Cb'i1Bilb CivilBiIlJ Ejec"lIIDt Causes Ejecuunt C.usel SIGNATURES.
It- entered. tl'ied. entered. tried.

1818 6,.515 2,06. 9to 65 S. Stevelll, clerk of the peace.


Antrim ---{ 1819
18~0
1,952
~,828
1,208
1,187
41
96
33
73
} 22 March 1821.
Rich· Dobbs, assistant bar.
rister for the county 0 f
Antrim.
- - - ,- - - -
1818 ',145 3,157 84

{ }
i'
Amlash - -- 1819 ~,712 2,055 121
118
8S Roll MCKillStry, clerk of Uae
peact.
1820 !,.s52 1,8+8 166

- - - - - - -
Carlow --- {
1818
1819
961
8140
729
0.7 66
50 38
55 1 James Beasonnet, assistant
barrister.
Alex. Humirey, clerk of the
1820 994 687 31 35 J peace.

- -
1818
-
4,818
-
9.,74.7
-
181
-
135
-
Caun - - - -{ 1819
18~0
3,t86
s,84:0
1,691
1,661
li.$
8•
115
72
} Sedb. Mayne, uliataDt bar
rister. 16 March 1821.

- - .- - ...- - -
1818 ".,89 2,603 6 5
Clare - .' . { 18]9
1820
t,662
S,6lO
1.908
1,718 SI
21 18
28
} CharlelMaboD,uaistant lJar-
rister.

- -
1818
-
13.215
-
lo.a&7
-
12.
-
96
-
CodE- - - -{ 18]9
1820
9,46;
)0.'05
8.002
7308
101
127
75
96
} Jamee Cba1terton, clerk of
the peace.

- - - - - - -
1818 3,880 2,062 10 6
Donegal - . { J819
1820
!',426
2,885
1,210
1.jJ75
1i3
171 ]33
740
} Wba. C. Spence, depr clerk
of the peace.
Lifl'ord,22 l\Iarch 1821.

- - - - - - -
1818 ",025 2,085 167 126
Down - .. . { 1819
]820
S,061
2,588
1,581
1,230
106
1]2
99
76
} Thol Forde, assistant barris-
ter. 3 April18U.

:;25.
- - - - - - -
IRELAND: CML BILLS AND EJECTMENTS

Number of NllIDber of Nomber .f Nomber of


=!
COUNTIES. .•
>-
Ci.i1 Bill.
eotered.
Ci.il Bil..
tried.
Eject_ut CaOJe • Ejecbaellt Cao_
enter d. tried.
SIGNATURES•

1818 10 10

}
409 1ii Bent:t Andrews, dJ clerks of
Dublin • · · -{ 1819
1820
447
S90
111
I
18
39 53
18
the peace.

- -
1818
- -
1,674
- -
35
-
~,104 39
1
Fermanagh -

-
·
i 1819
1820

-
1,791
1,516
1,"9
1,256

-
SI
53

-
25
51'

-
j
Adllm Nixon, clerk of. the
peace.

-
1818 4,200 2,554 22 21
.
Galway. · · -{ 1819
18tO
3,763
3,421
2,38"
2,562
2S
13
17
7
} James Kelly, clerk of the
peace.

- - - - - - -
1818 9,0540 6,298 7" ' 60
Kerry . - · -{ 1819
]820
6,092
5,665
4,192
3,640
57
33
45
31
} David Filz Ger.ald, dep' clerk
of Lhe peact.'. '

- - - - - - -
1818 1,156 668 23
l' }
(or ~ohn ScllOales, asaI bar.
Ki'ldare •

-
· ·
i 1819
1820

-
1,011

-
838

-
661
597
13
140

- -
8
]3
rlsler,
George l\Itdlicott, clerk of
the ptllce.

-
. 1818 40;9640 06,161 406 "2
eDny · ·
i 1819
1820
3,48"
3,642
2,883
3,160
91
51
76
"7
} G. Busbe, us t barrister.
March :51, 1821.

- - - - - - -
1818 2,268 1,651 62 "1
Ki ng'~ County •

-
i 1819
1820

-
],623
1,822

-
1,20"
1,390

-
!9'
SS-

-
25
S5

-
}1 Tho'ter.C. Panolll, ual
-
b~

1818 5,066 40,085 8'1 ' 66


L imerick - · -{ ,1819
1820
06,500
4,205
3,393
3,335
66·
6S-
56
62
} Rich· Smyth, clerk or the
peace.

- - - - - - -
]818 ",865 3,2406 102 87 '
1.0Ddonderry · { 1819 2,777 ] ,"98 52 406 1 John Curry, ant barri.ter. \
1820 2,184. ],236 32 21 J
- - - - - - .-
't:I
1818 ],060 S8"
i -E
La Dgford - · -{ 1819
1820
945
863
f
l
15
21 '
.... et
=;t--
u
~


} Edward O'Farrell, a8liat~l
barrister.

- - - - - - -
1818 .
." .
't:I
.
uth ---
i 1819
1820
-a"'i
! - 0
....
!.;: en
....
.. oS! 10
~
"ii'
111
~
a
i. •.
't:I
't:I
'.5
~=

B
u

} John Bourne, clerk.. of ,the
'peace.

- - - - - - -
. Eln'EUD I'OR. TRIAL.

NlIIDber of Number of Number of . Namberof


COUI1'llIS. !! Ciyil Billa Ciyil Bilil Ejectlllent Caalel Ejectment ea.- SIGNATURES.
~ enlen!d. tried. entered. tried.

1818 3,908 2,331 42 26


Mayo .

-

i 1819
1820
-
!.916
2,834
-
1,809
1.695
-
~8

-'" -
15
29
} Thol Gildea, clerk of the
peace.

--
1818
'~Ieath . - · .{ 1819
2,273
1,443 1 48
23
32
19
} Edw· Elliot ChambeR, clerk
of the peace.
1820 1,782 ~ 28 19
21 March 1821.

- - - - - - -
1818 5,395 2,408 222 123
Monaghan -

-
-
i 1819
1820

-
3,073
3,072

-
1,417
1,661

-
107
139

- -
67
92
} W" Mayne, A. B.
March 29th. 1821.

-
1818 3,686 1,912 105 Henry Kemmi&,assistant bar-

}
5'
Queen's County .{ 1819
1820
2,3.f.O
2,292
1,.f.03
1,387
92
86
88
83
rister.
Pbilip Roberts, clerk of the
peace.

- - - - - - -
1818 4:,126 2,036 42 33
Roscommon

-
i - 1819
1820

-
2,865
2,731

-
1,305
1,226

- -
17
86

-
12
50
} M. Shamey, d. c. p.
28th April 1821.

-
1818 2,301 1,277 37 31
Sligo - -·
-
i 1819
1820

-
1,773
2,066

-
l,ot8
1,130

- -
49
17

-
27
a
} Rob' John.tob, assistant liar.
rister.

I;....
.
1818 11,132 9,2H 38
'"
Tipperary -
i · 1819
1820
7,888
ll,OU
6,708
9,356
99
85
86
81
} Rich· Moor, aasistant bar-
rister.

- -
1818
-
5,94.5
-
3,863
- - -
Rob' Lindsay, assistant bar.

i
348 291
Tyrone -. - 1819
1820
3,649
3,61&2
2,398
2,353
175
19.
138
165
} rister.
Juhn Spiller, clerk of the
peace.

- - - - - - -
1818 2,039 1,722 s6 35
Waterford - , .{ 1819
1820
1,829
1,925
1,586
1,676
18
.21
17
16
} Bat. Delandre, clerk of the
peace.

.
- -
1818
-
2,836
- - - -

i
52
Westmeath - - 1819 1,856
1,02'
677 33 "
21
} Jamea LYDt'J uai,tant bar-
"Iller.
1820 1,909 675 30 15

- - - .- - - -
1818
Wexford - ·
{ } 1819
1820
5,728 4,842 366 348
} RoV Richard., 811iatant bar-
rilter. 6 April 1820.

- - , - - - -
(Ireland.)

CIVIL BILLS AND EJECTMEN1'8.

AbKract of u.. Returlla to an Order of the H.lIGurabl4l Ho_


of Comm"n.. dated Tlb March l8d i-for,

.<\N' ACCOUNT ottbe Number of CtTn. Brt.t.II RUm! for


Trial in the Assistant Barristers Court. of Ireland, in each
"l
...
....
-
e of tbe IB,t tluee ,)'ftf!; together with an ."ecount of ,the
namber of EJIICTIU!I<T CAlU ellt1!red for Trial In .be
aaid CourtJ ill each of the last tll* l'urs; IUld alto, loll
Account of the cUID~r of Causea and Ejllclments aetually
tried durin! t~ ..me ptfiod.

Onfm:tlt 11, The Ho_ of CoIlllltoOlll, '" H Pritlua.


11 May 1821.

~

CUSTOMS, IRELAND.

A RETURN in part to an Order of tbe Honourable the House of Commons,-for

AN ACCOUNT OF THE QUANTITY OF MALT PAYING DUTY,

From the 5th January 1791 to tbe 5th January 18!1t; distinguiabing, the Quantity in each Year;
the Rates of Duty, whether Annual, Permanent, or War Duties; and tbe Total Amount of Duties
in each Year.

Rate of
QOlJlut,. Total Amount of
- Imported.
DUTY
(in BririJh
Corrency.)
DUTY
(in Irish Carrency.)
---
--

Barrela. t. •• d•
179~
1793 -- -- ---
h

Years
Ended !15th Marcb ~ 179
179+
1795
6
--
- --- -
--
1797 -- --
179 H
1799
IS00 -- -
- ---
From !l5 thMareb I Soo{ 180 t
to 5tb January - - - )
Importation into Ireland
prohibited.
-- --
II1M -
180 8
180+
1 805 --- -- ---
1806 - --
1807 - -
--
1808
180!)
1810 ---
-
--- - I~

Years ( 181l
la •• per
dO
Barrel - Commenced ut Dec. 1810.
Ended 5th January 181~ 18,5 80 10,0'1+ 19 ~

181 8 1~.065 do 6,535 10 5


181+ 10,;07 13 7,530 19 5 Commenced 17th May 181!.
1815 8~,088 dO ~!I,5h - 8
IS16 3,558 17 + !1,!)86 17 7 Commenced 1St May 1815.
181 7 361 9 + !13+ 10 I From 5th July 1816.
1818 1.966 d" 93 8 8 8
181 9 93.9391 dO 1 1.8+5 18 11
18~0 12,59 0 dO 6,365 19 10
" 18'11 535 1+ 0 +05 17 11 From 5th January Iho.

Nott.-From 18t December 1810 a free intercourse between Great Britain and Ireland wu allowed.
subject to sUC'h Countervailiug Duty as shall be equal to the Internal Duty payable on
Malt in the Country into wbich Imponed. For the Internal Duty ml Malt .e,
Return from the Excise Department.

Custom House, DUblin,} War MARRABLE,


,6th February 18~1. Inspector Genl Imports and Export•.
- - -.-- ------------

CUSTOMS, mELAND.

A RETURN in part to an Order oC the Honourable


the BOIlle ef ColJlmou..-f""

AN ACCOUNT OF THE QUANTITY OF


MALT

Paying Duty, from tbe 5tb January 1791 10 Ibe 51h Januer,
10n; diatloguiahing Ibe Quantity iD each Year; lb.
Rates of DUly, whether Aunaal, Permanent, or Wllr
~uliel; and U,e Total AmuunL of Duties in eocb Year.

Ordered, by The HOUR of CommoDl, to H PriwIeA,


5 MaTch 1821.
, ..}--/
.t''J / /
- /

CUSTOMS, IRELAND.

A. Return in part to an Order of the Honourable House oC Commooe,


dated lit Februa.ry- 181n i-for
AN ACCOUNT OF THE OFFICIAL AND REAL VALUE OF THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES OF
BRITISH AND IRISH MANUFACTURES

Exported from Great Britain into Ireland, and from Ireland into Great Britain, in the Year eodiDg 5th January 18il ;-
also, Ax AccovNT oC the Dutiee received during the same period upon thOle Articles. according to the Schedule N· 1:1 of
the Act of Uniou between Great Britain and Ireland; and upon Old and New Drapery. according to the 6th Artiele
of the Act of Uaion.-(Stated ill British Currency.)

Imported from GREAT B&ITA111 into IaBLAJrD, in the Year ending 5th January 18tl :
-.------ -- -
AMOUNT AMOUNT
OFFICIAL REAL Of the Duties re· or tbe DutieJ re-
ARTIC LEg. c:eived, aceordhIc to ceiYed OD Old UId
VALUE, VALUE. Schedule N° 11 or Ne,.- Dna;:&; 110-
the Act or Union. eunI.i.og to t 6Ih
Attide 01 the Act ol
£. I. d.J £. I, d. £. I, d, Union.
APPAREL - - - - 33.570 13 6 I 33.570 13 It 11
I •
3,357 1 31 £. I, tl.
B~ wrought- - - - - 7.5i. U 7,5211 6 12 752 5 ·1
Cabinet W'IU'e - - - - - 3, 13 4 3,lt2 13 4 ulI 3 12 5 4
Cou:heI and other CarriageI - - . - 4,1548 5 - 4,154 5 - 415 8 6
Copper wrought - - - - t.4 5 2,4 85
11 11 11 11 1148 10 31
CaIiroea - - - - - 8, 81 7 5- I 8, 81 1 5 - 0 88.- 14 6
MualiDa - - - - - 1Ii.494 11 1I!I.494 11 11 I 11 !I,!l49 9 9f
Cottoba, other than Calicoee and Musline - - 168,550 13 11 t 168,550 13 11 t 16,855 1 41
Glua - - - - I 33,816 . 1 3! 33,816 1 3-l 1
3,381 1!1 8f
Gold and Silver Lace, GoId and Silver Tbread,} - 830 4
Bullion for Lace, Pearl and Spang\ee • -
!I I 830 4 !I 83 - 5
Habeniaahery- - - - - 65,158 JO 10 65,158 10 10 6,515 11 1
Hata - -- -
13,°18 11 11 13,°18 11 11 1,307 17 9i
Tin Plates, Wrougbt Iron and Hardware - -
239.860 1 11 t39,860 711 !l3,986 - 91
Millinery - - - -
I,O!l4 - 10 I I,O!l4 - 10 109 8 1
Paper, stained - - - .- -
1,8113 5 10 I 1,8!.t3 5 10 1811 6 '1
Pottery - - - - 5 .479 -
t !I i, 5!1.479 - 1 I 5,1141 18 -t
Saddlery and other maoufadured Leather - -
·9.095 4 7 I 9.095 4 7 909 10 5f
I
Silk manufactures - - - - -,U1A!l8 5 5 11S1.4t8 ti 5 It,74!1 16 6i
StotkiDga Woollen and Worated -
- - 19.568 11 3 I 19.568 11 3 1,956 17 It
TOTALS - - t. 814,881 - -
1 ;81 4,881 - - 81,488 1 11t
,
DRAPERY: - - {~
Id - - - - 631.8g6 11 4 5 18,234 6 6 - - - 31 ,363 3 ~I
ew - - - -
i
s..,6t7 10 41 50,716 10 3 - - - 7,767 19 11

No,te:-ARTICLES which pay duty according to their Value, have IOcb Value atated tOr both Official aDd . . .
Valae. The Real Value or Old and New Drapery has been computed according to the Average Rate per Yant ........
by tile Importent, and ill exelllliv. or Dut)' and Mercbant. ProDt.

WM. MARRABLE,
CIIItom Houte, } IIUIfIIdOr Geoeral or Imports aDd Exportt.
Dublin,
&h March 1811.
- . --~ "- ------------------

.. -

-
CUSTOMS. IRELAND.

A Return in part re &Il Orclor of tbe H~le U ....


",r ComlllUDI, d*d 1st hbrulU'l 18st;-jur
AN ACCOUNT 01' THE -OFllCIAL AND REAL
VALUE
or the within mentioned Article. of British &Ild In-It
Manuraetures, exported from GTeat Brit.in into lrelllllc! •
• pd from Iul8lld !pto Great Britain, in the Year endla,
6th January 18!1; also, An Account of the Dutiel Ie-
eeiv~d during tbe .ame periocl upon those Articles,
according to the Schedule N" ! -0( the 4et 0( UIIion
'-tween Grell.t Britain and Ireland; and uplll Old IIfld
New Draper!, according to tile tStb Article oI'tbe Aot of
DniOR.-(Stated in British Curreoe,.,)

Orderwl, by The Honae "rc.~I,t. k frinUd,


ill March 18~1.
=

-,

247·
CUSTOMS AND EXCISE, IRELAND.

AN ACCOUNT OF THE QUANTITIES AND SEVERAL KINDS OR


DENOMINATIONS OF GOODS

ElIported from Great Britain and Imported into Ireland, aad Exportod from Ireland and Imported
into Great Britain, lobject to Duty or entitled to Drawback thereon, in each Year from '
5th January 1801 to 5th JlUluary 1811; with the r8lpect.ive B.Me of each IUClh Duty ad ,
DrawbaCk, aad the .Amouat thereof paid in each IUch Year.

OI"fkMJ, iy 'The Houe ot Commo., to ,. P"'"z,


lI8 Mnrcla 18~1.
tt

338.
I

.AN ACCOUNT OF THE QUANTITIES AND I


I

~rted from Ireland and Imported into Great Britain,

be respective Rate of each such Duty and Drawback,

.
M' A LT. MEAD.
, f
rels.
Rate
per Dr&wback. GallOllt. '
I Ratll
per Drawhal:k.
Barrel. : Gallon.
i.- I
,. d. £. $. J. d. £. I, d.
- . · - - I . · -
- - - - · - - · I

317 6/6 1,+03 - 6 · - - -


50 7/7 18 19 loB
· - - -
- - · - - - - -
- - - - - - - -
- - · - - - · -
- - - . - - - -
-
- - - - - - - ·
- - · - - - - ·
- - - - - - - -
- - - . - - - -
· - - - - - - ·
- - - - 370 ... 6 IS 71
- - · - 79 1 do 13 3 8

- - - - · - - -
- - - - - - - ·
- - · - -. - · -
· - - - - - · ·
· - - - · . - -
I .
~ttkla and Leather.
has heeD doe in the foregoing Account; the other put
SEVERAL KINDS OR DENOMINATIONS OF GOODS

subject to Duty or entit1ed to Drawback thereon, in each Year from t

and the Amount thereofpaid in each Buch Year.

- PAPER. PAPER HANGINGS.


-----~------.- - ---

S Pl

. . . I~ , ---
I,
Square Rate ! It
Dr..wback. per I
Drawback. Gallou •. I f
Weigbt. Pound. Yard •., Yard. i IG
8

- _I
,~bdi } £.
17
I.

1~
d.
11 5,355,1 1
d. £.
~~
$.

6
d.
3 19'7,616
I3
!{ 3
8.

68,' 75 i{: t } 703 18 -- - - , - - 89t1,487 - l


!J 3

49.565{~ j } 5 16 6 -t - - - - 9'79, 485 i{


1{1lI '\
- - - -
+g,~8~\ 1 i' J I 5 16 7 1 951,700 {

. . "l{:f }I 115 1 5- - - - - 1,185,946 (l


Ir

14,803{~ } 156 19 lIf - - - - 619,001 i{


..,~J{; } 11,898 11 7 - - - - 534,016 {

173,tl! n
t 1
}1l,3 U - 6j - - - . jili,5tt {

1!t,03~
{~ }ll'7~8 5 9. 12,873 q 87 3 III 16,7 21 { t
c
41t,l77 3 5,5 81 '6 1~ 5,55 1 de 37 1.1 6. -
!40,69S de 3,259 8 loj dO 1 9. 25,1l08 o
4O'~~4r ~77

t",stt do 1,939 6 5 8,9~5 de 60 8 6j -


7..,804 do 1,01~. 19 3t ~J ,~1561 do 143 J9 9 -
do 4- dO o
75..... 1~ 1,0~1
7,900 53 J8 8f 64,837 { c

110.564 do J,631l JtU J3,866 de 93 J7 8i 603,9063

73.935 do 1,00J 3 JO 1~,751 dO 86 6 8 1~U,"" {


88,877 de 1,~03 JO 4! 4, J 79- do ~8 5 JO f 3,5 86

104.165 {J3 } J>405 9 7j 30 ,3 J 5 de ~05 4 11 ~ 4, 207 {

315.461 3 4,~7J J7 4 5~,o6i de 35~ JO 6f 85,75 J

t61,35J
n } 3,509 J8
\
7j Jt,978 de 87 17 4~ 855,067' {

(a) THE Drawback on Spirit. at rates of and UDder J 0 d. ,


on the Malt used therein, having been exported from t
be exported to Great Britain, except direct from said ,
CUSTOMS AND £SeISE, IRELAND.

AN ACCOUNT
{It the ~lIantil£es
and lewerti kind .. or deMminationl of
.GOODS Exported &om Great Ddt.in aDd impDrted
iDIO INland, and SIp"rll'cf from l're1and III1d Ill/port"
inloGreat!lril.in, subject 10DuI,. or entitled 10 Drawback
there8tl. in eacb Year frolD 51h 1anu8,,1801 to 5th
Janaary 1811; with Ihe rnpeeliwe Rate of each such
Dut, ud D.wback. and the AmowII tbeJeOf plid 111
..oIlll'lleh y..,.

Or4ertC.lIy 'rhe Houe 01 eo_ons, to w Pl-iuki.l


1Ii- .M1ircA ISH.
"

CUSTOMS, IRELAND.

(t.)
AN ACCOUNT of the Chargea-ofManagement, iD British Currency, for the OUT.POaT Department
bf CU8tom8 in Ireland, in detail; from the Year 1131 9 to 18go, both Yean iDc1uaive.

(2.)
AN ACCOUNT of the Charge. of MIIl~ement, In British Currency, for the PORT of DUBLIN,
in detail; fr~)lD tile Year 1819 to 18~, both Yean inclusive.

~----=~-=--:-.-=..::;.:::::-:----:::;.:: .. ~

Ordn-«i, by The HOllie o~.Commons, 10 &, Prinl~

13 JfUle 18~1.
(!UITO.r.IS, IRELAND.

(t.)-AN ACCOUNT OF THE CHARGE$ OF MANAGEMENT. IN BRITISH

III Detail; from the Year 1819

S.larirs on the SaIMin, Pensions. Compen.atlon for Fen


181 9' Eatabliahrucnt.
IlId<k!nt PS1mentJ.
alld Grawilies, Inppreued.
TOTAL.

£. •• d. £. 8. d. £. •• d. £. •• d. £. ••
d.
Ballyraine • - 10494- 8 4t 354 13 71 lUll 1 1i - - . 'l,061 3 1
Baltimore - - 3,984 4 Ill.:I. 1.3911 9 7 1,897 9 -! U 16 11 i 7,1186 19 9t
Belfust - - 12,354 13 7f ...,6115 11 10 i 11,11711 16 5! 11,411 4 - 31 ~u,676 13 If
Clart) and Kilrusb 1,9!)0 1 t1 1,101 17 Si 163 17 71 - - - 3,1155 16 4{
CoJeraine - - 1,874 - 41 93 14 7 11 So 3 -1 94 16 3i 3,1So. 04- 3i
Cork - - .-
DO'Ilagbadee
17,4 18 1
1,478 11 81
11 6,318 16 9i
4011 16 31
11,837 1 4
75 13 10!
5,35 11 6 7
11
3 1,9 116 6 7t
:1,'168 HI 11 t
3 111 -
Drogheda • - 11,849 4 51 851 III 4i 83 9 41 304 4 9t 4,088 10 11 i
DUDdalk .
.. --
11,365 l!I i ,66 17 10i 43 16 4i 18 11 4t 3,194 17 91'
Galway 1,937 7 11 i 949 3 7 334- 1 9i 700 7 'lj 3,9 14 - 61
Killibegs - - 11,339 10 4\ 530 10 - i 55 19 41 93 4. 11 3,01 9 4 8
Kinsale - - 3,545 9 6 1,626 18 6t 185 17 1 i 113 5 41 5,471 10 61
Lame .- - 2,076 13 7f 370 - 71 165 14 10! ~
- - 9,6u 9 li
Limerick - - 4,973 16 9 3,115 19 4t 1,8110 13 8f 8# 1 11 t 10,754 11 91

. --
Londonderry 8,476 1 9i !l.087 13 8i 1,339 5 1 , 1,1s6 7 61.I 1*,0511 7 7f
Newry 8,636 5 -f 1,6911 8 8i 1,733 4 111 9 11 3 11 7t 111,9 15 1 4t
ROiS - - - 1,558 - IIf 679 15 q. 97 111 31 69 16 si 1I,40S 4 If
Sligo - - - 3,535 1'3 4t 7511 15 8t 5511 III lit 7 1 13 IIf 4,913 14 6i
Straagford - - 11,783 11 9f 8S4- 9 lOt 1,390 17 -
. - -
111 6 1i 5,04 1 4 91
Tralee - - lI,gOO 7 5 85 8 14- 6t 934 6 ~1 ...,600 8 If
Waterford - - 8,803 8 - s,409 17 8f 1,135 6 91 'l,aOO 17 71 14,709 10 11
Westport - - s,9·P 19 11 1,165 18 31 10S 3 1 - - - 4.110 1 at
Wexford -
WickloW' - -
- t,938 16 7f 995 'l 5f 257 6 11 276 s - 4,467 7 3
It
1,731 811 563 18 4t 113 '1 af ,30 7 61 2,439 11
Youghall -. 3,469 3 9i1i 434- 4 It 1t51 4- It 9 9 st 4,16... 1 3\
£. 108,463 3 4~1 36 ,756 'l 5i 18,3 29 - 4t 15,179 18 4 178 ,7 118 4- 6

(2.)-AN ACCOUNT OF THE CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT, in Britilih Currency, for the


POUT of DUBLIN, in Detail; from the Year 1819 to 18to, both Years inclusive.

Salaries o:>u tile Salaries, Pen~iolla, Compenaation to OlIiCffl


YEARS. Incident Paymenb. TOTAL.
Eltablitbment. and Gratuitiu. {or F~ea suppN'.ged.

181 9 - -- £.7 11 044 1 - 3t £.911,893 16 9. £.16,5 83 8 10 £.24.+61 19 lOt £. '206,380 5 9

1.820 - - - £.70,015 17 7; £.67,577 14 11! £.17;448 4 11 £.26,96 7 15 si £. 18:1,009 11 11 j

I
CUSTOMS, I RELA N p. 3

CURRENCY, FOIl THE OUT·PORT DEPARTl\IENT OF CUSTOMS. IS IRELAND,

to 1810, both Ye81'8 inclusive.

- 18.0:
s.I.uiu
~iIIaeDt.
(ID tbe
Iacideftt PalmeDtt.
Salariea. PeAliOllJ.
and Gntuitla.
CompeWl&tioll tor F~.
luppreaaed.
TOTAL.

--

, £. I. 4. £. I. tl. L ,. 4. t. I. d. £. 8. d.
Ballyraine - 1,51 I 10 - ~Oof. 8 -I 439 - lol - 21. 8 - 2,154 18 10 f
Baltimore - - 3.958 7 '1 1,562 11 7f 1,973 16 8 3i 7,5 16 3 ""J.
I -:.

Belfast. - - 13,881 18 1 5,233 12 21 ~,416 11 7~ 11,498 14 -~ 114,030 15 11 a


Kilruah - - 3....79 16 51 1,689 4 31 4611 10 It - - - 5,631 10 10 ~
Coleraine - - 1,g61 16 91 1,000 14 7' 3 11 13 1 '* 16 3t 3.315 - 10f
Cork - - 17,840 1 3 6,463 - III 11,826 7 ~l 5,2118 9 8i 31,351 18 41
Donagbadee - 1,521 111 7
, 5 10 15 81 75 13 10 1 SHI - 1i 11,420 11 3{
Drogheda- - 1,788 1 834 11 41 97-- !l72 14 41 3,992 6 11 i
DtlDdalk - - 11,349 4- 71 756 3 lot 34 9 lit 18 11 46 3,158 9 1 !.::.
Galway - - 11,175 4- 9 61 7 14 8 344 11 8i 64~ l~ 1 3,790 3 ,2 i
KiIlm.g. • - 1.953 3 8 634- 8 11 75 11 6f 93 411 1J.,756 9 :-f
Kinsale - - 1J,8..t.8 11 8i 945 8 11, 358 10- 89 10 91 4t!.l411 1 5*
Lame - - ·,007 6 lot 661 4- 7f Il\W 18 41 - 8116- - 1l,88g 9 lot
Limerick •
· 3t401 IQ - 1,77 1 9 lot 1,517
,
5 .
III 5 4t 7,5 17 17 8f
Londonderry - 8,991 I • 3,65 1 13 41 1,363 1 7 1,156 7 66 16,162 4- 7i
Newry - - 7,1511 15 71 .,5~4 11 lI!
:& l,gn 15 101 9 1 7 15 8i 111,616 18 4.

.-
-
ROIl 1....65 3 3t 866 10 4t 186 9 lIi 58 3 7t 11,576 6 61
Sligo - - 3.345 14- 4- 95 1 8 11i 669 - 6i
.
38 14- ..si
.
5,014 18 3i
- 7i
.-
Scnmgf'ord 11.,755 7 8 9011 18 1, 107 13 - 4,765 19 3i
TraJee - · 1,689 - 3i 830 18 If 1,004 10 71 . - 4.5114 9 - i
Waterford - 8,030 9 III 11
1l,741 111 1,t47 ~ 11 f 1,658 17
.
lIi
.
13,678 1 61
Westport - · 3,015 18 111 1.570 19 6 no 16 -i - 4,701 14 6
Wexford - - ~t,*9 1 9i 1,066 i 11 ~64 15 4t ~7G 11- 4t55 6 1 3t
Wicklow - - 1,745 - 1 .509 1 5 113 7 3t 30 7 61 2,397 16 4}
YoughaIl - - 3.095 - 10 600 li 11 t 1157 - 91 15 15 41 3,968 9 11!
t . . 107,013 19 41 a8,Ul 17 1O ! 19.405 19 11 I1 14t'l50 10 10 i J78,8011 8 -t

Accountant. General'. Oftke, }


Customs, WILY.lAM SY)'IE,
!ld June t8n.
~l.ccOUlltr Genel'al \If Customs.
C)JSTPl\I$. I1~ELAND.

(1.)
AN A{:COUNT of the Chaoges -of Mlna[llement, in British
Curnsn",.. lar tbe OVT.PORT Deputment of Custom. iD
Irelalld. in dehlil; from the Yrar 1819 to 18!O, both
Vr:tn im:luMe.

(~.)

AN ACCOUNT of tbe Charge. of Manasement. in British


Currency. for tbe POJlT of DUBLII'. in detail; from the
Yen 1819 10 1810. IIoth Yea" incluaivf'.

Ortkrtd. ~ The Hou5e of Commons. tit be Printtd.


13 June 18~1.
/

CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT, ffiELAND.

A RETt11tN 01 TaE QUAN'i1'tY OF DRY GOODS AND SPIRITS


SEizED SINCE THE YEAR 1810;

Dittiuguishing that which has been seized with or witbout Inf'olmation; the Quantity iD each Year.
and. the SUDJI received. OD 8CCOUDt of such Seizol'ea; also, The amount of Sums paid in
B.ards to Officers of Customs and. Excise during the same Period.

Ordered, iy The House of Commons, to be PrmIed,


!I Jwly 18!!1.
CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT,

A RETURN of dle Quantity of DRY GOODS AND SPIRITS SEIZED, since the Year 1810; distingttiBhing that which
The- 8OIo,unt of Sums paid in Reward» to Officen

WooUeDl : i
I
M~lin', Haberdubery , Jewellery,
Silks
.; Calicoel. Hoaiery, Plate, I
YEAR-C;. "'.~"
of
5u and
.
:! Hardware. i
""e
t3
aud
GiDgbams.
....
zIii
Velvet •. -:i0
U
"'"
a
i:Q
8Dd
Millinery.
IUld
Watcbe •. ~ I ~
I-... - -
8
~
01
1I
- - --
III

--:J
piat•• ",Nb. piecn. !P'n/., yard•• .pair"
Value:
£, s, d, £.
Value :
I. d, t,
d. .,
Value~
Lb., Lb., L"" L6s.

1811 ~4 ~,65~ f 268 1;0 i 13 1 1,096 6 7f 705 ~ 6t 160 10 6j ~,97° 395 533 12

181~ ~8 18,268 t 1, 167 1891 601 8 1,130 19 11f 139 10 ~ 15~ - -f 1,095 4,75 8{ SlSI! 309l
18 13 94 11,394 19:a 16S1 t SI,33oi 68 ~,oSl6 13 10 306 17 7 ....26 - 31 1, 805 52 SI 74- 40
I '
181 4 - . 5,44S1i 13 Sl5 2 1 ~19f 48 1.316 10 3t 10Sl 6 - 386
I
7 3t 3,954 32 500 - -
.
181 5 - - 3,8~3 i - - ~98 2,14S1 - . 985 17 6 273 17 6 11~5 SI z
z SI,50~ 17 3 19 47[
1816 . - 5,933 14 34f 8 - - 7 13 11 41 257 10 10 41 3 6 1,·:n6 5 10 149 . -
181 7 136 289 17 Sl09 --
\

- -. 809 10 8j 44- 3 6 6 15 91 160 174 i89 - -


1818 17 13~t - - 35 - - 8 87 8 I 7 155 7 9 18 H 1 1,4412 ,09 1t 24 --
181 9 -. 435 1~ 173 - - 6 2,~33 5 I!.
J. 87 SI 4- 98 5 7 460 }I, 9231 - - 51~

1820 -- 193 5 23 f 16d 1 663 9 lot 77 1 6 408 3· - 2!)0 11,621 - - 40t


I I

EXCLUSIVE of the above SU1D8 paid in Rewards, there were paid to Officer8 ol King'8 Ships,

THE Distinction required, of what things were seized with or without Iuformatillll, canaot be made

Custom House,
26th June 18:a 1.
IRELAND.

11.. been seized with or without Information; the Quantity in each Year, and the Sums received on account of Iluch Seizures; ur.~
of Customs and Excise durin, the lIUIle Period.

.
,JJ Sundry Article. SUMS

'2 '"~ SUMS Paid in R.wards 10

'"
'Cl
Q

~
Pottery. Gl .... TImber.
.B J
§
notbefure
eDUlDerated. ..-
.;: Recei,ed • Ollicers of
'C
Q :n "'"
rn ~ 'a.
rn
Cuatoma and Excise.

Value: Value: Value:


- - Value:
1& ~II.
£. I. d. l. I. d. £. I. d. n.. LbI.
£. I. d. ,alltma. - . £. I. ti. £. I. d.
~It 365 - . . . +6 3 10 74 !Z,993 945 19 8i !Z41j - 5,0!Z7 5 8 7 .... 11 14 7~

497 148 i 3 - 3 li - u6 i 8 3i 36, !Z!Z !Z 99!Z 15 2X ~


1,!Z01 - 10,077 17 41 'h935 8 3i

583 63~ 17 4 sf 16 5 lot i19 15 4 - - 1,5!Z+ 806 17 3 7941 - 8,64-5 9 ·i 4,6.j.S S 101
u6f 405 14- - - 437 18 It 196 16 7 30 Mg6f 1,04!Z 6 11 i l ....!Z71 - 7,607 15 9 3,664 10 3f
la... 160 10 13 4 17 16 3 3.118 5 -i 10!Z !Z8,566 67 8 16 sfl 3,!Z6g1 - 6,87!Z 18 !Zl 4,i40 17 -4=I

17'J 903 3811 4- 38 5 - 39> 9 10 si 18,573 979 3 -II,,46G! - 10,!Z!Z3 'l!Z 4i 5,043 1!Z lot

~83 134- 1 16 - 196 -11 103 3 16 7f 46,68!Z~ 599 4 8~ 1,!Z!Z8i - 10,79 1 17 91 7,g69 16 10l

...a.. &f 5 , 4 86 14 , 3 136 19 8 !zo 19 1,61 4 1,458 u i 7,7551 - 30,57 8 ,19 lot n,847 - -
170 1 8St !:I07 - 11t 140 17 1 710 1!:1 sf 11 181,487f !Z,117 16 31
1
9451 - 5.... 304 I~ !
8t !Z8,6!:17 15 4£

+34 60i 8 8 8 99 !) 3 55 9 1l~ 678 858,Gg..,i !Z,osS 9 8i 1,0431 - ">7,064 11 i 146,370 5 !:lA
l I
£. I. J. ' £. I. d.
IDd othen Dot Oflicers of Excise nor of Customs i-in 1818, 887. 9. 3 I. and in 18!Z0, 6,7S7. !Z. 8i.

t01I& from the Docamentl in this Office; that fact remaining exclusively with the' Seizing Oflicer.

WILLIAMS KELL Y,
Examiner Information Books.
CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT,
IRELAND•

.A. RETt1RN of tbe Quantity of Dry Gooch and Spirit.


SEIZED, Iiw:o the 'fear 1810; diatinguiahiug that ..hicb
hat been leiJ:ed with. or without Information, tbe QUlUltity
ju each Year, and the Sow received on account of 'l1ch
&iaum; also, The lIiblount .of Sum. paid in Re .... rd. 10
Olli.cen 01 CuIltOIlll and JaclR during the aame Period.

Or_Id, ., Th. Houe oI6ommou., kI lie Printea,


~ J.~ 18l11.
Zj -

7n.
/)
~//

IMPORTS AND EXPORTS, IItELAND.

( I.)

AN ACCOUNT OF THE QUANTITIES OF PIG IRON, ORGANZINE SILK,


Foreign Sheep's Wool, Cotton Wool, Cotton Twist, and Woollen Yam,

Imported intQ Ireland in the Year ended 5th January 18~1.

(2.)

.l\N ACCOUNT OF THE QUANTITIES OF COTTON, SILK, WOOLLEN,


IRON GOODS, AND GLASS,

mat
Exported from Ireland in each of the Five Years, endiJ1g the 5th January 18~1; di8tinguiahin~
the Countries to which the same have been exported.

Orduwl, ", The House of Commons, to be Printed,


18 May 1821 •

. 536. A
I )[ P 0 R i' SAN D E X POll T SIN T 0

(l.)-AN ACCOUNT OF THE QUANTITIES OF PIG IRON, ORGANZINE SILK, FOREIGN


INTO IRELAND IN THE YEAR

IRON. PIG. ORGANZINE

Britbh. I Foreign.
SlLK.

TOIU. CU'tI. TOfU. I.'IDCI.

YEAR }
Ended 5th January 18~1 - -

Custom House Dublin,}


14th May 18~1.

(!!.) AN ACCOUNT OF THE QUANTITIES OF COTTON, SILK, WOOLLEN, IRON GOODS, AND
FIFTH JANUARY 18u; DISTINGUISHING THE COUNTRIES

Year ending 5th Juuary 1817.

Coantriu to which Exported.


ARTIC LES.
0-1
Great Man. aDd
Britain. Itle.
J-1·

j{White
.
or plain - •
Printed, painted .or stained
-
0
Irish
Irish 0
- -- -- !l!lardl
artU
~3,9+l3
75,953
- - -
- - - - - 0

- - yard,
0 0 0

_ _ ditto 0 - _ 0

- British 168 - - 0

-
0 0

al . [WhiteDitto - · · · . -
--- !lard.
Q
j -
or plain
_
0 0
Irish - 0
!lard. 1,969 0 0

0
0
Cl ~
Coloured
§
Ditto
l 0
0 •

0
-
0
·
0

0
-
0

0
0

0
British
Irish
British
0
0

0
!lard.
- yartil
1I,~31

-
5 JO
·-
-
-
0 0

-
0

-
0 0
0

Z
- ~}Irish . - Nl.e '6+ 11.
Cottons, other than Calicoes
0
- 7· · - -
l
0

~ Muslina
0 0 0
0 0

0
0
o •

S..,k""", Couon
Ditto
0 0 0 0 - 0 -

0
-- - Irish
Briu.h
o
- PfJi,r,
wJue 1,37l3. 11.
. 0 0
0

0
g.
- -
0

- ·- - - ··-
0 0 0

- Irish . - poundl 139060~


0 0 0

Ditto - 0 0
Britilh paIr, 67 11 0
0 0 0

Cotton Twist and Yam


· . British - • polltuU
0 0 0
o

-
0

-- - · - 0 0 0

- ~ 0Ditto 0 0 0 0

~.+60 · 0

.r - -- •N° - -- -- -
doseIII 1,1130
Bottles 0
- · •
{lrilh -
BritiJlt
o

d~ -
0 0 0

. 1111
0

-
0

rJJ Cases
~ < Drinking
0 0 0 0
o British 0

- - oolue - ·
ClUeI

- -
0 0

- ·- 0 0 0

- - ·-
0 0 0 0
Irish 0
N° 0

· -
0 0 0 0 0

..:I Plates
o Flint and Phial
0 0 0
British - 0 0 0
- - - 0 0

0
- 0 0
Irish l3,7og· 7· o. ~ lI6. .... 9·
-
0 0 0

-
0 0 0

Ditto
0 0
- 0 0
British 0 0
'DlIlue ~OO. 8. 1. 0

· 0

· 0

Z fron, wrought - Irish 0

---
0 0
cwU. 50 0 0
- - 0 0

o -- - -
0 0 -

Wrought Iron and Hardware 0


Irish oolue 188. U.I0.
-
0 0 0 0

e:: 0 Ditto
0 - 0 0 _ 0
British 0 0
wJue 1,1138. 13· 5· 0
- 0

ell
Q
Ribbons and Stuffs of Silk only
• Ditto -
- 0 0 0
-
0
Irish
British
0

--- ·- pair'0
o lIn.
- u".
13
~08
-
-
0

0
0

0
- 0
0

- -
0

0
0
Stockings
Lace .
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
-
0
British
British 0
- - I!H. 0
ao
5 11
0

0
0

0
-- -- 0

0
·
0

0
~r}Britiah
I
StufFs of Silk mixed with Inele
~ Cotton 0 0 0 0 · - valile 157· 9· 6.
I 0
- - 0 0

-
...::I
~
Stufli of Silk and W orated mixed
-. -
o Irish 0
-· -- 001",.
-u". 5,97... i - - 0
3
Ditto 0 0 0 0
British 58. 10. o. I 0 0 0

- 0 0

Blanket. 0 0 0

· {Irish -
Britiah
--
0 0
pair' -
10
I
0

-- - 0

-
ell
-
o 0 0
- N° 5 10
- -- · 0 0 0

·
Carpets and Carpeting 0 0
Brit.i8h 0
!lard,
. 1,118...
. - ··
-- -
Q 0 0 0

0 - {Irish • !lartU -
row
0 0 0

· -
0 0

British
0
Cl Drapery,
o 0
!JIIrd6 9,135 · 0 0

·
·- !lartil - {Irish !lard. - . - - · - - -
--
0

Old
-
0

- -
Z 0 0

Brit.i8h
0

;..l 5~,771
o

-. · yard,
0 0 0 0

:j Flannel - · 0 0
- lrUb 0
- - - - 0 0 0

0
0
~
Hosiery; Stockings, Woollen
Wo rated -
- - -. - ditto
- ·- · an~}1riah
· - Britiah
- pair'
- pair'
0

0
1,800
11,1711
- - · -
- - - · -.
0
-
0

Yam, Worsted . - · - Irish . · · -


IUmeI ...,807
, · · 0 0
A. N D . i' It 0 M I n E L AND.

SHEEP'S WOOL, COTTON WOOL, COTTON TWIST, AND WOOLLEN YARN, IMPORTED
ENDED FIFTH JANUARY 18!u.
,
COTI'ON TWIST WooUen and
WOOL.
I and Wonted
Foreign Sheep'•• Spanilh. Cotton.
I YARN. YARN. II
I

I..bt. C. 9· 1bI. Lb.. Lb•. I..bI. !


I

37,3011 5~ - 14 3.755,033 1.1g6,09O 754.410


I
I

W'JIl MARRABLE.
Inspector Gen ' of Imports and Exports.

GLASS, EXPORTED FROM IRELAND IN EACH OF THE LAST FIVE YEARS ENDING THE
TO WHICH THE SAME HAVE BEEN EXPORTED.

Year ending 5th January 181 7.

Countries to whicb Esponed.


TOTAL
Foreip Coaatrin 'Britilh CoIoo.iea United Stala QUlIIltities
ia in
Britiab
West Ind.ies.
Foreign
WutIndiea.
of: I Other Paris. EXPORTED.
Europe. North A_rlea. Ameriea.
I
118,355 11+,350 89,17 1 17,+18 181,11+ 5~,300 +16.650
303,8~5 34t~09 - - --
99.561 5 19>1+8 ·· ·- - 1.09I1.~
- · .
0
. · · . · . 0 . 13.6s0 · 13.7 8
- ·- ·- 9.898
.. +s.646
- 9.163
. 65.959
- . -- · · 1119.635
· 50,937 . -.. ..
600
- · - .. ·· -· s,831
0 0

500 10,3 1+ 6S,I161


-
0

- - - - - -
11,076. 11. 10. 97. 18. o. 1,377. 15· 9- - . 0
10.5111. 11. 10. 800. o. o. 15. 138. o. O.
10. O. O. 70. O. o. 370• o. 5· -- ..
-- -..
0 1,011. S. 9- - · 0
11.833. 1+ 11.
510 0

..
0 0
IIs8
-
1116 · -- -- 1J6o
888 . -. 38+
. -.. -- --
8+0
.. · t,78+

-- - -- .. - ..- -- .·
0

- --- .. · 139,601
.
0 0 0

.; - 0

· - - ..
. 11.+60
!l8+ 57 1 1.594-
..-
.. -
.. - 707 -80 0
4.386
·.... ·- ·..
..
593
1110 - ..
378
- -.. ..
.. ..-
..
..- -.. ..
111
0

..
0

-.
l.t85
1110
.
· ..
1,600 - 0

..
..
- .. - - . 93· 1.600
--
0

-- ..--
. .. · . 15.
. 93· 15· 5·
- t
0

9i+- 1.... 8. 1,164- 0. 8. 1,613. 15· 8. 1+.5511 • 19. 11. 11,991• !I.
..
0

-
0

-, .. 167. 11. 3'


..
70• o. o. - 0
11,176. 16. 10.
.. - .. .. ..
- 1,61+ 16. I. 0

.. - -
lr44J. 13- .... 719. 16. ....
I ..
86g. 18. 11.
- --- -.. ..- -
1, 9' 19- ....
81 100.
SI
O. 5,15 1• O. 9- 0.
~07· 6. 6. 395. 11. 3· ~89. 11. +. .. - 1.40.... 1.
9. - - - 3.518• 50 7·
-- -.. 3 ..- .- ··- -....
.. -. -- ..
..- -- ..- -- ..- -- - - 3 --
16
tll
-.. .... ..- -.. -. ·.. -.. .... -.. ..- . .... 30
- - .. .. to .. - -.. 51
.. .. .. .. - .. - - - .. - 0 3611. la. 0. - -.. 5 9. 19- 6. 1

- - - -.. ·- --
-
104 95 1,1+1 - - 7.356
- -39 .. -.. -. - - - - ·.. ..- . 58. 10. o.

.. .. - .. . -... - - -. ·-- ..- -


117 11 111
- 7 - - - -..
!I

+5 - 11,000
- · - ·-
.
-..
- 1,33+ -- - .
51
11,663
0-

!l8+
lt7 1,6411 180 . .... -- 0 0
58
1,366
·
- •. - 1:1,450
!1,3+'l

.. - ..
lI# 1.05+
- 1,049
- - - .. -
805
..- .. -.. 3,15!l
75 16+
5:::~
~,1105
..
..
50 3,16+ - - ·.. .. .. - 8..... · .. ..
396 6,537 - -.. .. ..
- -.. lJO,g61 .. . .·.. 1191694
·
·.. - - .. - - .. - . .. ~4 3,096
· . 0
- - · - .. . .. - - .., .. .. .. .. 4,807
4 E )[ :P 0 R T fl ... 0 11' I B. J: .L ... N D.

(~.)-TM Account of Cotton, Silk, WooDen, Iron Goode

COIIIIl1'leI to III'hIGh EIponed.


ARTICLES.

Great Ma,
"--,

I
I
Britain. Iae. J_,.
IIId

r·rhlUP~
=i • Ditto - - • -
·
-- · IriIb
Britilh
Irish ·
· · · yarth I
- - yarth i
· - yarthl
~4,051

14-
·
·
- · . - ·
· - · - ·
· - · · · ·
• ~ ::~:~or~ln~
74,600

- i
· - - yarth I - · - · - ·
i{
§ : Colomed - · ·
o =s . Ditto -
I · - - 0
0
Irish
INh ·
British
0

- -
0
yarthj
yardt
-
3,783
-
741
- 0

·
-
- -
0

0
·
· 0
0 0

o j
z \ Cottons,
_e
other than Calicoes and}
~! Muslins - · ·
_ Irish - · · ",Ill.. ~iO. u. 6. · · · · · .· ;
c,)

l
0 I" . . Ditto -

~~:..C.tton
-
Cotton Twist and Yam
· · ·
·
·

·
- British
Irish
British
Irish
0
·
-
0

· -
--
- ·
· 0

0
pGirl
pain
-/M.
1,761. 11. 11.

111,379
804-
7'10
0

·
- - - · ·
· · - · ·
· - · ·
0

- - · · · -
-
- • • Ditto • · · British · · · .16I. 300 · · · · ·

r: ea

~ , Flint and PhW ·


0
- -
0
·
-
_ {Irish -

·
British
Irish 0
-
· -
- ~
doun
- · 'VG"'.
1, 165

86.. O.
905

· · -
· · ·
- · 0
- - ·
-68. · -
IJ" 4-
0 l- Ditto
~
· · · - · Britiah · · 'Paltu 680. I. 5· 0

· 0 0 0
-
Window - 0 0 0
Britilh 0
N' ClUe, 0 0 0

· · - · · .
~ { Wrousbt ~D and Hanlware - Iriah 0 0 0
WHu 158. 5· o. 4- ~. 6- · · -
• - • Ditto - - • · British · · 'Dalue 759. 11. 9· 0

· - · 0

·
IlibboDS and Stuflit of Silk 0011 0
Irish · - - -1&. - 0 0
- · · - · -
.. -. . - ·
Ditto · · - British- - · -/M. J~5
· · · ·
0

·
Wee . ·.· · British - · · • Ib.r. .61 -.. · · · ·.. ·..
<:I:i
§ Stockings, Silk · - ·Irish .
..
- -. pair' . . . - - ·
0 · Ditto · · · · Britiah - pain Sl4 · - - · · ·
,0

~
Ea
St.
Other Manufactures, not enumerated
of Silk mixed with lode or} Britiah
Cotton .. .. - • -
British · -
· · fHIlu
'Value 15·

76 • 6. o.
o. o. - · · ·
.. - · · ·
0 0

,:

StuJi or Silk and Worsted mixed - Irish - · · .111,. 5,'6.f. 34- · · •


· -- Ditto - · -
- British · - 'Paltu 57· 8. o. · · - · · ·
Blankets · · · • {Irish 0 · · pair, 6 · · .. . - ..
British · - • N' 6 · · · · · ·
Carpets aad Carpeting · - · British - ·.. yartU 3'7 · · - - - ·.
Irish - ·
~0
r · . · -lrBritilb · ·· ..
yarth 7S1 7
ew · yarth 1.9B7 · · - - - .
0 Drapery, . - - · . .
· - · .. {Irish ·-
0 yardl 143
Old
· · · - -
0

Z~
j:IiI Brititb
·.. - !JartU 35,pg7 ·
::30 P1annel - - - · · IriIh · - pair,
yarill +5 - · - ..· 0
·..
0 Stockingl. Woollen and Worsted - IriIh .. ·
· .. pain 81+ 0

· · 0

~ - .... (litto - ~
British - .,8+8 0

· · · - ·
. Yarn,
{woellen • · · .. Iriah - · •. IIoUI 6.7 S1 9 · · - · 0
·
Wonted • - ~
· · lrilIh - - di#o to · - · · · ·

i
.-:;--
E X It 0 11. If ! 'F 11. 0 H I . E L AND.

and Glus, exported from lre1&Dd,-contimted.

Year ending sth January 18t8.


\
Countries to which EIported.
TOTAL
ForeIp Coeatriel BritUh CoIonie. United States Quntities
in
British Foreign
in of OtherPU'b. EXPORTED.
£umpe. North America.
Weft 1Ddiet. West lDdia.
Ameriea.

!I,S7 1
· - 97,309
3,'295 44,95° 0
lI8,ooo 500,...76
0 0
-- - · - - - - - !I !I !I 0

- - . !.I36
1041009 9,0']8 18,018 - - - 66,l-tB 7t5 57',576
l!1,Og~ 381 !l1,53 · · - 11,5018 t
· · - 49,d9
15,998 +,157 ""oBo - - · 1,7° - - - !.'I5,943
· - - - - - - · - · - - - -
0

- 0
- ,.p
!lill. 6. S. 859. 11. 9· M31. 5· 3. - 0 0
18,+70' 1.... 6. - · · '+.11.5+ 10. 8.
0

· 0

87· £). 4· · - -- - - - 4- 0. 0. 0

· 0
1,853· I. 3·
60 3+7 0 0
- - 0
1,551
· · ,· ',76-
'2,5 So
- - -
84 43'
-
- · - lU
· · - 3,837

- - - ·- .- -- -- --
· 0

· · · 0 0
- · 111,379
- · · - - · - - - · 300

11I4 1,095 5,U5 - - - 8t! 66 8,sg6

1,039. 19'
898

616
3.380. i. !I. 1,173· 9-
8t5 - -
iSo. 0. 0.
· ',Ig6
It,614- 0. 8.
157 5,597
7· t31. 0. 0. '0,651. 4- 9·
0
- - - - 105. u. o. 0

· - - '13. 18. 5· 58. 18. 6. 1,058. n. +


- - - - · - · 0
· - · - 3 15 - - . 315

!IS,. 19. 5· 789- 9· 6. 369. 10. 0. · · - 1,54+ .11. 7· - - - 3,153. 18. 0.


80. o. 0. 15!.1· 4· 6. too. 5· 0. 0

· - U7· 14- 5· 0 0
- It<f09. 15. 8.

0
- 16 - - 0

- 0
- - 144- !' - ., 160
· · - · !It 0

· 0 0
- 0
- . - - · 1+6
- - - - · - - - · - - - - - 0

- - - 'lI6l
· · - - - · - - - - - - 5+ - - - 54
- · · - - - - .. - - - - - · 0

· · · t4
· - - - - - - · - - - - - - - - - - 15· 0. o.
· - 10. - - ,
4- O. - - - - 7· 17· o. - ·- - 88. 13. o.
· - - 108 - · - - - · 7!.1 · - · 5.478
· - · . · - - · · - - - . - - - - - 57· 8. o.

- · - 13' - - - - 158 - - - - · tg6


· · - - - - - - · - . · - - · · · · 6
- · - - · - · · · - - - 0

· 0

· · · 3t 7
1,531 3'0 384 - 560 - - - · · !a,87+
0

· · 1,059 · - - - +.788
.- -- - - - 7,834
36 &]8 - - · 1,4i 50

- - · !.I,3811
1,577 ',353 - - - - - - - - - - · · ~'7
108 '93 · - · - 158 - - - - - 704-
1,488 7,740 · - - - 13,6!.1o - - - - - !l3,OOsa
- - - 75 - - · - 34 - - t - - - 5, t65
· · - .- - · · - · - - - 0
- - · · · 6,7'9
- · · - - - - · - - · - · - - · · !.IO

B
·
{; EXPORTS FROM IRE LA N IJ.
-- -. - '"
(~.)-The Account of Cotton, Silk, Woollen, Iroll Goods,

Year ending 5th January 1819.


-
\

- CollDlriu to wbich Elported.


AnT le L E S.
Guernsey
Great Man,
and
Britain. 151t', J~l'!ey.

----
/'

~ {WMte., pi". - - - Irish - - - !lards 3,684- - - - --


.. -
.~
Oi
Printed, painted or stained
'
- ---
lrish yards ~U,030
-.. -. - -- ·
u -- - ditto _
0 - - 0

-
British 0
!lards 1,110 - - ·
fite ., plain . · - Irish - - yard, 0
3,155 · · · · · 0

a3 British - - yards
o
tA
.9 - - DJtto

- - · Irish 0
596 · · - - · 0

oo ";i\
= Coloured
,)1 - -. - - - - · :yards - - - · · - - · 0
I
C!l )
Z
Ditto _ - - - British · 0
yardl 2,110 - - - - - ·
~
- an~} Irish - - - -
Cottons. other than Calicoes
59 1 • 14· 6.
f-< Muslins - - 0
0
'fIfllue 0 0 0 0

0
C) -- - . - Ditto - - - British - - 'ra/ue 3,4~lJ. o. 9· - - 0
- - ·
Stockings, Cotton 0

- · Irish - - - pairs 1,790


· - - 0
- -
- ditto - - - - British - pair.f 0
300 · - - - · -
Cotton Twist and Yarn - 0
- Irish - - - lDs. o 55,75 0 - - - - · 0

- - - Diuo - - - · British - · • lIn. · - · - -

3.r
6,810 0

cl - - - -lrIrish - - - dozens g,005 - - - - - -


.. • British - • dozen, 1,03 1 f- - - - 18 -o. -
Flint and Phial - - - · Irish - - ..- 'OCdue ~39. 1+ o. #.10. o. 4 • 1.
C!l _ _ Ditto • - A
-
- · British Valllt 4~1. 10. o. - - - - - -
I,
z rWrought Iron and Hardware - Irish - - - wlue
- 138. 4· 9· - - - - - · 1

el- - -
0
Ditto - - - British - - - f}(llue 868. 17· 8, - - - -
0
- I
(Ribbons and Stuffs of Silk only - Irish - - - - lIn. - - - - - - - - - II
r:t:i - British - - -lD" - - - - - -
- II
I- - Ditto -
- - - - 7
01
8)Lace. - - - - - British - - - lb,. 54 - - - - -
Cl ftocldngs - - - - - British - - pair' 30 - - - - - -, ,
~
;)
Stuifs of Silk mixed with Inele
Cotton - • • • o~} British -· fJtl/ue 69· 3· 8, - - · - · -
lStuffs of Silk and W orated mixed - Irish .
- · - /.hs. 6,720 111 i 11
I
,.. - · - pairs - - - - - - - - -
Blankets - - - · • {Irish British - - - N' - - - - - · - · ..
Carpeta and Carpeting - - - British · - yartU - - · - -

-
3 4 1

r:t:i
- • {Irish - · - yards - - - · - - · - -
Drapery, r~
Q
0
· British - - yards 3,836 - - - - - -
0

"~ I _ {IriSh - - · yurk - - - · - - · - -

lr
Old - - • British -- yards 10,19 1 - · - - - -
(5 Flannel
I • - - - - Irish -. - - yartU no · - - - - -
~ Sto~ Woollen and Wonted - Irish - - pairs - - - - - - - - -
- - • ditto· - - British - - pair. lI1.i80 - - · - - - ,

oollen and Worsted - Irish - - - ,tone& 38 - - · - · -


Yam, - - - D'Itto • - British -- - lbs. 100 - - · - - -
-
--?'~

Ex P0 RTS FRO M IRE L AND. 7


///
and Glass, exported from lreland,-continved.

Year ending 5th January 1819.

Countries to which E!ported.


TOTAL
'oreip Colllltriea ! Britiah Colonies British Foreign
United Stlltes Quantities
iD in 01 Other Pllrts. EXPORn:D.
West Indies. West Lldies.
Europe. North America. America.

4,179 7.....25 9,8+3 0 0


- ~~,532
· 0
- +7,663
lll,349 2,108 7,6~4 0
- 0
ul,643 0
· · ~63,754
- . - . - - 0 . - . 0 .. - 0 . · 0 0 1,110

.
2C~
I
17,17 1 7,640 - 0
- 7,01 7 0 0

..
ft

..
35,247
- 0 0 0 0 .. .. · - .. - - - .. .. 596
8,62 0 - - .. 9,~00 . .. .. 7,39 1 .. . .. !l5,220
. .. .. . 0 0 .. 0 .. - .. - . .. .. 0 .. 0 ~,110

j16. 19· 5· 165· 3· 11. 4t5!l9- 1. 6. - - - !l,62 7· 19· 1. - · · 8,630· 18. 5·


0
- - ~8. 11. 11. 81~. 19· .... - · - 443· u. 1. 0
- · 41706• 15· 1.

24 330 25 .. 0 0
611 - .. 0
~,!l31

1,...88 0 . . 348 - - - 600 .. 0


· lI,736
0 0
- - - - - .. · 0
- - 0 .. .. 0 .. 0
55,750
0 .. . 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 ..- 150 .. · - 6,gBo

93 32 4 1,82 7 .. - - 68 0
- · +,3 1 7
371 12 7 1,700 - - - 11 97
..
3,004-
#3· 2. l l . 1,328 .. 1. 1. 1,5°8. u. 11. 0

..
-
..
0
5,7 10. 111. 8.
.. ..
0

- g,BgII. 13· 8.
4· 14- !l. 34 0. o. 0 0 0
- 0
110. 0. 0. 57°· .f.• ~.

116. 13· g. 2,6g7. 19· 3· .. 3.4°7- 0. 6.


3°4· 7· +. 149· 15· 5·
,.
0 0 0 0 0

43· 3· 1. 339· 14· 0. 173· 17· 6. 0


· - 30 7. 15· 479· o. 0. 2,2U. 7· 10.

- 0 0
- - 0 0
- .. 0 .. .. 10 0 0 0 10
- - .. - .. .. .. , 0 .. - - 0 .. .. .. · .. 7
- - - .. 0

..
-.. 0

..
0 .. I .. .. 0 ..
.. ..
. . ·
..
.. .. 54
0
- - 0 . - .. 0 0 . 0
- 30
.. 0 .. .. 0 .. 0 0
- - 0 0 0
- .. - .. - 6g. 3·< 8.
3 55i 0 0
- - .. .. ,I 76 0
- 0
6,8771

. - .. 56 0 0 . . - -I 350 · - - .f.06
0
- - - 0 .
.
611 - - .. - 0 0

..
0
-.. ..- 62
I
- - - .. 0 0 .. 0

I
- - 0
- .. ,
3 J4
I - .. .. +4- 0 .. 0 .. - 0
U,040 - .. . 111,084
- .. 0
1,.p+ - .. - 0
- .. ~3 - - .. 5,~73

3011 1,61 5 - . .. - - -
..
40 - - 0
1,957
~411 47 1 145 .. .. 39 1 - - .. lI1i540

70 600 .. .. .. 0 0 0 .. .. 0 .. - - 790
100 4,3 li1+ .. - 0 .. .. - 11,310
...- - - 15,734
- - - . .. - .. .. - .. .. - .. .. .. 0
- 11,280
.. .. - .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . - -
· · 38
. - -
0

.. .. .. .. . 0
- .. . .. .. .. .. · .. 100
8 E X P 0 R T B F:a 0 I[ I B. E L A. N D.

(la.)-TAe Accouat of Cotion, Silk, Wooi1lo, Iron GoodI,

Year ending 5th January 18!Zo.


J
CoUtriH to "bicb E1ported.
ARTICLES.
Guermey
Great·
Britain.
I )filii,
laIc.
and

I . Jersey.

~ ~ {White or plain -- -- --- --- ytl.rtU --· --- ·-- ·


-- ·-- -·-
- - Irish yards 666
~ Printed, painted. or stained Irish yarth 39°,93l1
-
"rite .
----ditto- -

- Dittoplain-- --- --- ·-· Irish


i -Coloured British
British
lriah - -- -- ytl.rtU
yards

- - - yarth
1.038
7.768
1.76 7
-- -- -- - - -
· - --
. - - British - - !ftIrds !Z4,93
-- -- -- -- ·- -
l1
00
Cl ~ - Ditto - - lI.733
0
0
c:.!:l . Muslins - - - . an~} Irish .. - - 'Vai.
Cottons, other than Calicoea 11. 16. o. - - - - - -
Z
- . - - - Ditto - - · British - - 'Value 3.6!Z7. 10. o. - - - - - -
0
~
~
Quilts - - - cotton -- -. Irish
0 British - -- - N' -- -- -. - ·- ·-- .
..- -- ·-
0
U
HOliiery; Stocki~.
- - ditto- - - Irish
British
· -
- -- p(ura pa~r'
344- .. - - .. .. -
- - - - u. o. o. - ..
- ·.... -· -· ·-
other sorts of 'MiUt!
- ditto . - · British - · 'Miue 30. lI. 5· 0

- - Irish - - 'Mlue 5· o. o. · -
--- --· ---
Tape. and small Wares ..
Irish - - - pounds
0

Cotton Twist and Yam - - -


- - - Ditto - - - - British · -pounds
Sl6....1+
lI.Oll
-- ·- --
~ r~N .
Flint and Phial
o...:l - .. D'IUO -
- - -
..
-
..
-
-
-
..
.
..
{Irish ..
British
Irish
British
· --
--
.
.. - do%tm8
- dM:enI
~
'Mlue
lI,7°O
'7 S1
'97· +- ....
6g. 6. ,. - -
- . 5S!
!l5· 5·
- .- - --
o.
..
1.196· 13. 3·
. .. - -
British - .

{........
z -- Hoops
Window

, . .- .- .-
- - - - ..
-
·
Irish
·
Irish
- -- -..
- - flalue
'lialue lI.9!Z7· 10. o.

CQJU.
cwl8.
+-
sa",!Z.
o.
O.
O.
O.
- -
· ·
- -
-...81. -1.... -6• .. -o.
- - - -
--- --- --- ---
o --
e -- Nails - - - -
..- Irish .. ctIIU.
· · - 'Calue
- -- -- ··
wrought, of all other sorts Irish o.
-----ditto- .. - - -
British , ...1. 17. 7· - 5· -
Ribbons and Stuft's of Silk only .. Irish - - .. - /ha. .. .. - .. .. ·- - - ·
u3 - .. - - Ditto. .. - • - British .. · • 16.. 6+1 .. .. - ..· ·
- - - - .
Cl
0 Stockings British -· pair' la" - - · - ·
8< StufIB of Silk mi~ed w~th In:le o~} British
- - - - .. - - -
~
Cotton - 'Mlue 110. 6. 9·

CI:l.
---- - - -
Ditto
-
Stuft's of Silk and Worated mixed Irish - lbs.
· - value
.. British - - .. 6A95
.... .. -
6g
-
·
- -· ·..
50. +-
,,-Blankets - - - - .. · -. -. - -
- - - .. -- British - - - - N' ·. ··
Irish - - pairs ·..
- Ditto
Carpets and Carpeting -
·laOO - ·
- - - · -
- -- -· British - -- -- yarth 1.,1, - - - -
Irish yarth
.. .. - Ditto -
. . - - .. .
- · ..
- - - yartU - 1,975
uS Drl&pery, rew
- - - - {Irish
British - - yarth .. - - . -- -.
• - - !fI1.rth
~
0
Old - - - - {Irish British - - yarth
140
34,6...... -- -- -- · ·153 ..-
0
Cl Flannel - - - - - Irish · - - yards - - - · - - - -
Z Hosiery; Stockings. Woollen
UI
...:l Worsted - - - - an~} Irish · - - pair' .. ..
..
.. - - - - - ·
~
- - - - - ditto - - ... British - - pairs ...9 - - - - - .
~ -_ - - ...other- sorts of - - Irish - · - 'Calue
- - · British · -
. · .. - - - - · -
- - - -
ditto '{;alfl4 11. 17·
-..
o. · ·
Tapes and small War~ - - · Irish - - · 'Mlue · - · - - .... . .
Woollen and Worated Stuffs - -.. British - - yards !.I 88 · - - · ·
Woollen and Worated Yarn .. Irish - u,. st07lel. 396· u. - - - - - ·
. - - Ditto -
'-
1
I
.. .. · British - - - zo,. !.110 - - - - · ·
E x P 0 n ,. S F it 0 U I a ! 1. AND. 9
F s· ,a.
aDd Glaas, exported froro. rrel~d,-;O"t.IIM.

Year erading Sth January 1820.

ColUltri';" to 'If bich Exported.


TOTAL

.
Foreip Cllllllbiti

E.repe.
Britiah CoJooies
in
North AmeriC1l.
BritiaJ.
Wflj!t In4Ies.
Foreign
West flldie.,
United States
of
'America.
Other Parts.
QUlUlritie3
EXPORTED.

.. -.. ..
-·-
5 17 1,3 2 3 ,,~ 37. 874 - .. 42~94
U, 067
a.9f}1
10'f6
6,67 -
4 8,
- - ·- · 0 .. 1111,683
-- -
0
-- ·
- 49P'ili;!.
11,06
.. -. .. .. .. -
- · ·- ·
-..-
1,178 1,,13611 7,ng ~9,3a3
·
· -96 -
.. ..- - - - .
·144- - - --
- 7,656 · -
·
9142:3

· ·.. ·. ··
· ..
5,000 · 1190932
· · - · - · 8,973
180. 4· 10. 34· n. 6. . . - - .. · - '
· .. · · • uB. 12. 4·
4t. 15· e. too. 8. 4· 108. ,. 7· . .. .. · ..- - · · 3,!tS l • SI. 11.
n .. .. - .. - .. .. .. . - .... - -.
..· ·.. 111
.. -116 .. .. · ..
.. - - .. .1311 . .. ·.. - - .. 13 2
.. .. -.. .. -.. -.. - ..- 460
.- -
. .. .. .. ..
.. .. .. ..-
.. 57· 1. 8. .. .. - 69· 1. 8.
· - - .. · - · 0
· 0
- - ,3Do 11, 5·
-- ..
.. --.. .
.. ..· - -
. - ..
. - - - - -.. - - -
- · ·.. ·.. · - ·
.. -
-
5· €I. O.
- ··
116,414
· - .. · .. .. - · - · · · · 11,.011

113
.. ,388 ',7°7 - 1193 110 p.373
- ..
~ 0

· 1,041& 5091 · · 16 66i 1,f)QU


76g· 1. 5· !l,J+II. o. 11· +,33~ 1. + ~. o. 0, 8,96 2• 14· 6. · - - n~JSllI. Q. g.
+ 3- + .. .. - · .; .. .. - - .. - .. .. - · '8· to. 10.
3· o. o. .. .. - - - - .. .. - 68• 6. 8. 0 0
- 9,988• 16. S.
. -.. · · - - ,.. -
..- ..
.. .. .. ....
-- - -·.. --
.. - - .. - - ~

.. - - 4· o. o.
.. - - ..- -. ' "4SI. 0. O•
3 - ..19. · .. ..
.. -. -877· 15· .
.. 3
"". ..383· .. -4· -.. ..-
126. u. 4·

UI. U. SI. 2,11116. i 3. 8.
49· e. '267. '1+ 8.
H.
· · 26. 0. 3· .. 1,085· ~. 4·
. .. .. .. .. .. - -..
..· .. -- .. - .. ·- .. - --
. .
-.. ..-- -·.. .- ..- ·
11 11
- 6+1
. .. - - - - .. .. · .. · - - '1.77
44- 8. o. 1128. 8. 40- · - .. - . - .. - - .. - .. 383· 3- 1.

-- -- .... -- ..-
..
. .. 3 .. .. -u6 .. - - - ..- - .- 6.694-
1
- - 50. 4· 4'

-. - -..
8
.. -84 .... --.. .... ..- -- -- ·
.. .. . - - -- -..
III
..
- 92
111

- -- -. -- -- --
·· ·.. .. - - -- -.. .- ·- .. .. !lOO
· :
.. · 1,7 17
- .. -- --
- · .. ..· ·-
'19!l 5;863 56 S7,031 33,1411
1,931 1 ;Oll1 .. 114 · 0,033

-.. .. ..- .-- -- -.. · 1,173


· · ·- ·-
8g 55 1 6 · 786
l,.'.iIU 190 i · 37,37 2
60
· - .. ~

.
I - · - - - .. - · - 60

·. ..- - 1.'740 •
- .. - - - - 1.938 - .. - 3;618

- . .. .. ,
1
.. - - .. w
- .. - . - .. - 49
.. .
-6. ~'I
. ..
20. 0. O. !ai. 19. -.. . · - -.. .. - .. .. .. -.. 411. 19· O.
· · - · - t · ·.. .... -.. .. 11. 17· 0.
!l6. o. 0. SS. 1. - .... ... .... -.. ·.. ·.. .. .. .. 78. 6. 1.
. . -.. .. .. - -. .. · - - .. lIIS8
.. .. s. s. - . . ,- · .. · - - . 399
.. .. · - - .. - .. - · .. - . · · - · .. lIlO

c
10 X'X PO It T S F It. 0 K . I It EL A'N·D;

(~.)-TAe AOOOUIIt of Cottou, Silk, Woollen, Iron Good',

Year ending 5th January Ihl.

Countri.,. to wbkh Esported.


ARTICLES.
GQetIloMl
Great Man,
aDd
, Britaia. LIe.
I IeI'lClY·

! {Whl.... pi';' Irish . - ·- -- yard, 15,05 1 ; -.. -- ·- .i ... -- ·..


--
-
- Ditto - •
-
..
-
Uritillh yards 27,440 :
:a .
- ·- -. -· .- - -· -.. -·
Printed, painted ~r Btained Irish yarih .f.16,885 -
- - --
{,) - - - - ditto - British yarik !Il+O I

D{Wbhe ~, pi... Irish


-- -.. -- - -- -. yards !II~786 -- -· · ·-
I

-
-
u:i
~
• - - Ditto
1 Coloured -
.. British
Irwh . -. -. yards
yard$
,230 ·
-- -.. ·- i ..- ... --
I ·
0
~ - - . 54t995

- - .- · -
'0 Ditto.. .. British yarik 1,080
C Cottona, other than Calicoea and\ I' h
- - . - -J r18 - · - 't'alue 1,583. 4- 3· a

·- ..- ·- , ·. ...- .-
Z Muslim :
- -
~0 -·- -·
- - - .,- .. ditto - British VGlue 3,7 1 8- 7· 3-
-
HOIliery; Stockings, Cotton .. Irish .. pa~rI 6
I

{,) - diuo- - - .- British


.- -- - ·
- -
paIrS
flulue 10. o.
861 -· .... -- - -. ..-
.. · - ·· - -
_ other sorts of Irish O.
. ditto British - - - 'C'alue O. U.l1oj
Tapes and small Wares -
Irish -- - -· .. Ib,. - !117.55
-1-
'Mlue .. ..
.. - -..
. . ·
- - . -· - --.
.
- --- doUtU
Cotton Twist and Yam .. . Irish -
...- - -
Ditto - - -
British - u,. SOO
{Irish - -
.,;-ro - - - - -s.. - --18,1. -- --
h949 !Il+
tt
... -
- -
- British - - dQunl 67.
~ Flint an~ Phial
..- - Irish - - - value 4'H· + 16.
-- ..- -- .- -. -·7·
101. O. 11.

-- -- -- British - - 'Cl1lue
~' .. Dltto- 33 o. o. 0•
o Window - British ·
·
value 85· !II. o.

- -- CUIII.
.
-- -- --.. -. -- --
{'' 'D, """"ht. H.opa . Irisb .. .. t:f»t,. 76 . - ..
-.. - .. .
- t:f»t,. - -Bo -
Nailfl Irish
-- · - cwt,.
· 5· ·-o. o.· ·- -- --
Z Sheet - - British
g ------ other sorts - Irish -. - - IIalue !Il91. 13-3
- Wrought Iron and Hardware
- - - Ditto - - - --
Irish
Britilh ·- -- mlue 857. H. b. O.
- - - - - -
Ribbona and StuB. of Silk only
- - - Ditto - - - ---
Irish - «
- U,.
British - - 16,. B+
i
-- ·- -- - ·- -..
-
-- -.- -- -- ·- .-
tA' Stockings, Fringea, Laces, &c. Irish - .. - lDs. !116
~
0 - - - Ditto - - - - British - - 16,. - - -
0
C
Stulli of Silk mixed with IDde or}
Cotton - - .. - -
Irish _
· - 'ralue - . - - - - - -
~ - - - - • Ditto - - - British .. - 'Calue 8. t2~. 5· - - - - - -
~, Stulli of Silk and Worsted mixed
CI.l .. -< --
Ditto - - -- Irish
British
- -- -- value
Ib$. 3.~1
144· . o. - -- - - - . \
~o 15
Silk mixed ~ilh any other Material .. 1rish - .. - 10,. 30 - · «
- -I
- -- Ir;sh - .. .. pairl . -.. -- -- -- -- -. -- --
, [Blank'
Ditto "- -- -- -- - British - - N' «

Carpets nnd CaFpeting ..


.-
Irish - - - yarik
-- British - - !lard,
-
- i,.'i83 - -- -- -- -- -. -- \
gi .J. to'· - -- --
- -

Drapery ,
- 1J itto - -
f Irish - - - yards
-l British . - !/4rtU
J Irish - - -
-t British - .. !I""ds
- 7,9. 5 1
!;l.S
. -· -- ·- -- -- -- \
-. - - - - -
-.. -- --- .. -... --
o
g Old - yard,
- - - lIartU
55,398 f - -
Flannel .. - - - -- Iri04h - - yard, -. -- --
:3. 1 - .- -.. .. .. --..
Ditto - .. - - - British
Irish . -
"

~ s.......fw••n"".od W.med - -
l-
yard, 53 t

o
Hosiery; Stockings, Woollen an~} Irish _ ..
Worsted - - - - - pair, liIO -
o - - - - ditta -
-
.. Ikitish
- - - pair,
Irish - - - WJue
518 -- -- -- - -. --
~
-
other sorts of
- ditto
-
- -- -- British
British - - 'Calue
. N'
75·
113· 3·
o. o.
o. ·
.- -.. -.. -- - --
Sbawla and Scarfs
Tapes and lIUIall Warell
- .. - Idsh - -- - 'IlpJue 68. o.
1~3
o. -- -- -- -- - ..-
.
-- ..- -- Irish - - ,'ones. - - - - . --
y {Woollen - /61. 359· 3·
8l'D,Ditto .. British - fb,. 30 I
I
<- - -- - - -

Custom House, Dublin,}


-1+th May 1821.
I: X P 0 R T S r R 0 If 1 nE I. AND. 11

and Glasa, exported from Ire18.1ld,-continued.

Year ending 5th January 18u.

Coentriu to which Exported.


TOTAL
Forelp C-tria Bridah CoIOQ.\a Uuited Statea Quantities
Britilh Foreign
ill in of' Olher Part&.
Wftt Indiea. Weat loditos. EXPORTED.
Europe. Nortb America. America.

4,058
. .. . . ~9,681 . . .... .
. 11,676 25,53+
. .
0
-. ... .. 86,000
0 0 0

-.. ~7r440
-- -. .
0 0 0 0

. -8 - 81,01 4 9,599
. - - - 830 - 6,006 5 141334
1,6 5 4,78 3 ....61939
- ... .. .. . 17,568
- .. 0

. .. .. 24 6
100,761
.. ... .. - . - .. . .
.. 98 .. -
. 0
60 6,388
..- ..
.. .. ..
- - .-
19,630 .. ..
J.......60 -. . .. . 76,oe5
- .. - . 0 . 0

- 31 1,111 •
.p. 15· 8. 3· 2. 7+5· 16. 3· .
3~6.
-. .. ..... Ill. O. 0 . .. ~,701. H. 4·
.. .
15
110. 7· 0.
60
0
8 u.
.3+ • .. -. ~.
-- . 0

344-
- 109. 19- 6.
- .640 .
4,1197· 5·
425
11 •

-.. -. .. .. .. 36 .. .. .. ... -. .. - ... . .


0

..
0

.. 1,537
. .. .. . .. . . 10. O • o.
. .. .. - 6. 10. 3· -- -
.. . . - - . - -- .... --
. 11. 11. o .
0 0 0 0 0

-- .- .- .. -.. ..- -. ..- . --.. --- .. -. -.. --


0 0 . 0 0
6. 10. 3·

. . ..
0

.. .- - ..
0
-.- .-.. -- 117,55 1
200

..- -
19 12,498 0

4A9O
268.
87
1. 6 j. ~,588.
1,'93 i
.
!.JIO

.. s.
.,. 11,281. 3. 3. . .
..
. 4 15
1,1110• 3· 4·
193 f
o. o. 7,~oo.
2,1l66 ,
..... 71·
.. . . .. 05· . .
.. -. . .. .
15· o. o. 246. 11. 3. -. ..
. .. 0 .. . - .. .. ..
0

.. .. .. 5!)1.
85.
11.
~.

o.
0
- 0 . -ut 0 .. .. - 0 .. 0

- 0 .. 76
- - .
0

-
0

..
0

.
0
.- .... t
-
0

. ,-
0

.
0 0 0
l2
- --
0

80
0

-847' .. 7· 10..
0

-4B. 9· -
0 0 0

. .. .
0 0 0

-
0

..
0

. . .
- . 1.7
~2 0
115 .
0. ~~3· 8. o. 2gB. 10. 7· .. .. 10• 8. 5·
.
0 0

0 0 .. 9 1 5. 12. 11. 113· o. o. 0 0 208. 3· o. 300. 0. o. i 1l.39+ 6. 11.


.. 17. . . .. . . . .. 17 f-
.. ..
0 0

..
0

.. .
0

.
0 0 0

.. .. . .. .
0 0

84
0

..
0 0 0 0

..
0

.. . .
0

..
0 0

.
0

26
.. . .. .
0 0 0

. . . . ..
0 0

.
0

71 0 0 .. 0 . 7•
. .. .. tl. O. 10. 330. 4· 10. 0 .. . 0 . . 0 . . 351. 5· 8.

. .. ..
. 3· 16. 2. . . . . .. . . .. 116. +- 7·
..
0 0

. .
0

. . .
0

. .. .. .
- . ...
95
.. . -. . . .. .. .. .
0

.
0

.. ..
0

.. -
4,°71
. .. . .. .
0

.. . 0 0 .. 0 ..
0

0 . 0
I#- 6. o •
30
.
.. ..
0

0
0
80
20
0

. .
0 0

..
0

.. - .
0

-.. ..
..
.
.
.. ..
0

-. I 80
20

.--.
- -
0

. .. .. . ..
. ... - ..-
.
.. --
2t 8.
. .. .. 106
0 0

28 .. . ~,81l
-.. .
0

.. .
..- - -.. . -
0

. .. 2,703
1,307
-
. .
0 0 0

3,220
0
- . 1,703
12.442
.. .
0

.. . .
0 0

.. .
. - 3 .. Z~i .. 8 7S0t
0

. .. . .. .. . ~,\l4-0 . .. . 58,307 i
-
30
. .. 1,409
lot
0

- -. .. -.. . 0

... .. \10
. .. 48 .. 1,50 7
10'l
.
0 0

320 2,793 .. -.. . - . .. . .. 3,6#


.
0 0 0

- .. 1,818 .. - - - 0
4,020 .. .. 6,9~
. .. .. . . .. . -
.. -23· 15· o. -. . - 518
0

-. .
0 0

..
0

.
0

..
--
0

-..
0

.. 98· 15· o.
0

.
. - .. . .. - .. . .- ..
0 0 0

.
0

... 0
. 1.18· 3· o.
--
0 0 0 0

. ..
0 0 0

.
.. -
0

-- -. ... - .... .. - . ..-


0

1~3
0

.
0

. . .-
0

68. o. o.
- .. -
0

. .
0

-
0

.. -. .-
- .. . . - - - .. . ..
0 0

359· 3·
-
0

-- - -. - .-
0 0
-
0

- 30
- - ----- -

W· MARJlABLE.
IDlpector Gen' or Importl and E.pona.
IMPoan AND EXPORTS,
. IB.EL.A.ND.

(1.)
AN ACCOUNT of tbe quantities oC Pig IroD, OrglUllline
Silk, FOH:ip Sbeep" Wool, Cotton Wool, CottOIl T"ilIt.
apd WoolleD Yarn, imported iato Irelaud ill the Year ended
5th JlIDuaryl8t 1.

AN ACCOUNT or the qlWltitie. or Cotton, Sil~, Woollu,


Iroll Goods, aDd GI.IS, exported rrom IrelaDd, in each of
tbe Jut Five Yea" ending the 5th Janulr;y 18tl, dilll.in-
goisbing tbe COllntries to wbich the same have been
exported,

Ordtrtd, by The House of Commons, CO be Prillkd,


18 May lSoll.

53 6•
fj

SHIPPING: IRELAND.

AN ACCOUNT OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF SHIPS,


BRITISH AND FOREIGN,

Which have cleared out, from the IJeveral Porta of Ireland, for the Britiah Dominions, and for
the United States in North America, for the Cape of Good Hope, and for New South Wales;
their Tonnage., and the number of Paasengers; for the last Ten Years, in each Year I'elpeeUyely,
aod for each Couatry separately; distinguishing Convicts from Paaeengel'l.

Ordtrtd, by The House of Commona, to he Printed,


'3 Marc! i8'ir.
-r )] 'l' " I. '" t

3 1 0.
SHIPPING: IRELAND.-AN ACCOUNT OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF SHIPS, BRITISH

. For the Brit.i8h Dominioll!l, and for the United States in North America, for the Cape of Good Hope, and for
and for each Country separately;

SHIPPI~G CLEARED OUTWARDS,

For the British DominiOOl in For tbe Uoited Statea in


North America. North America.
YEARS.

Shipa. T~. Pauengera. Collvlcb. Shipl. TOIlDaF- P_gen. Con'ricU.

1812 - · - - 7 834 8 - - go ~5,5~9 6,881


· ·
1813 - - - - 9 1,449 311 · - 64 18,176 4,561l -·
181+ - · · . 4 407 - - · · - - .
~ ~
-- - -
1815 - - - - 8 791 -- · - - - . - - - - -
1816 - · - . 19 1l,565 1144 -· 37 8,840 1,738 · -
1817 . - - - !ZO 3,473 513 -· 131 3 1,089 6,895 --
1818 -- - - - 67 11,~36 1),350 - - 87 Ill,676 3,~44 -·
18 19 - - · - !!Ill 13 4,085 111,698 -- 103 ~8,333 4,100
· ..
A8QO . · · - 164 34,9 19 19,6u · - 71 J9,161 11,5 1 3 - ·
18sIl - - - - 109 lIS,1l41l 8,757 - - 51 13,88+ 1,7110 -·

.Note;-THE above A1:eoont· bu been· compiled Irorn Returua fumiahed by the ee~ Port Collectors; ·80Jne of
which Returns were defective, in coDSequence of the WaDt of the Ileeeuary Documenta to complete them. With
TtI:'pect to Ships taking Passe~gers to the Cape of Good· Hope and New South Wales from the Port of Cork, (the
.priDcipai

. Cwitom BOUIe, }
Dublin,
15th March 18111.'

"

310•
AND FOREIGN, WHICH HAVE CLEARED OUT FROM THE SEVERAL PORTS OF IRELAND,

New South Wales; their Tonnage, and the number of Passengers> for the last Ten Years, in each Year respectiYely,
distinguisbing Convicts from Pasaengertl.

SHIPPING CLEA RED OU:rW A RDS,

For the For


TOTAL
Cape of Good Hope. New South Walet.

.mup.. TODMF' P~ Co.Inicu. Ships. I Ip~l~k~ Shipt_ I Tonnage. PUIeIlgers. Convict..

-
TOIIDage.
I

- . w
- .. . -- . - - - - - -- 97 ~6,363 5,889 -
.. . - - . .. . - . .. . w ·w w W .. 73 19,625 4.594 -
- - .. - - - .. .. .. .. .. .. - .. - .. 4 407 - -
... .- -- w
--
. .. .. .. - .. .. .. - w .. 8 79 1 - -
.- ~

-- ·w .• - - .. - .. - - .. - - w w
56 11,405 1,981 -
.- .. - - w .. . .. .. .. .. w .. .. .. . 151 34.5& 7,408 -
1 -14~ 17 . . .. . .. .. .. .. .. - 155 33.054- 8,611 -
. .. - .. w . .. .. .. - - . w .. w w
125 5 t ,41'8 16,798 -
. w W W

- - .. w .. w . - w .. - .. 135 54,080 U,134 -


- - - w
-- -. - .. w w .. - .. w
160 37,u6 10,477 -

~priBcipal place ttom wbich those Ships -dear out), the Collector of that Port .n!qUelted aref4lreoce to the Transport
;~C, which bad the management of them.

H. B. HA UTENVILLE,
Comptroller of Tonnage and Ligbtmoney.
SHlPPIlfG: mELA.ND.

AN ACCOUNT 01' THE TOTAL NUMBER


CJt SJIIPS,
BJUTISH ANI> FOREIGN.
Which have cIeued out, from the I!evmU Ports of Ireland.
(()//' the BritilhIlomiDiaDI, awl for the Uaited States m
North America, Cor lite Cape 0{ Good Hope, and for
New Swlh Wales; t.Iroeir Xormage, and the nomber
of Pl.IIIeI\gerl; Cor the IaIt Ten Yean, in each Year
rqspecti\'e1y, and Cor eaeIi Country separately j _
dlstingailbing Con'ficts lto. Pusenge1"l,

Ordered, by 'The HoUte of Corn1l101lS, '" /)e Prilllel/,


, :13 MarcA 18:11 •

. 31 0.
r- --

(Ireland.)

SHIPPING, IMPORTS AND EXPORTS.

-(1.)-.
An Account of the SRIPPIMO entered 11lwards and ~188I'ed Outwarda, in Irelani, fioom or to All
P&I1I of the World, iD the Years 1790» 1.800, 1810, aH. 18t1O, r~veJy; ~ag ~
at entel'ed Ia...-da anet cleared OYtwards from 01' to Great Britain .

SHIPPING ENTERED INWAl\DS. . SHIPPING CLEAlI.ED OUTWA1\DS.

TEABs. Ff'IlM .Ill Pan",!lA. World. Ff'IlM Otut Britain. To.All PartI rftAe World. T. Gnat 1Jrita!n.

ibip.. TOIIIIage. SIIIps. Touuage. Sbipl. TODDIllle. Ships. To. . . .

1790 - - 7,095 5 84.344- - - - - - -


1900- - 7,690 711,~4~ - - - - - -
1810 - • 10,1,56 9'3,7 19 9,121 763,...s8 9 ....11 86g,81 5 8,403 713,08 7

18~0 - - 10,410 9~6,601 9,643 Bog,083 9,9~5 ~~,648 g, t2 9 783,750

Nflte :-A Registry was not established in Ireland, for representing the distinction of British and
Foreign Vesaels until the year 180~: and there was not a Registry established for representina an
account of the Tonnage of Ships cleared Outwards from Ireland until the same year.

Cllltom House, DubliD,} H. B. Htluterroilk,


l~th March 18~1. , Comptroller of Tonnage and Light Money.

-(2.)- .
Customs, Ireland :-An Account of the number of VESSELS, with the amount of their ToD1u,ge,
which were built and registered in the several Ports of Ireland, in the years 1790, 1800, 1810,
and 18~0, respectively.
VeI'4lle. . Tonnage.
Year 50 - ~,33+

1800 - . -- ~~ - --- 1,680


1810 - - -- ~1 1,38 1
18'0 - - - - 37 1,673

Caatom House, Dublin,} FrG' L. Morgan,


14Mb March lagl. Repuy Offiger for ShippiJag.

--::::::::::± • 3 ___

460. (3.)-IMPORTS
f/ iSe of Commons, dated the i7th 01 February 18n i-for,
et! and to which Exported, with the OfIicial and Declared.
...
I
i
I
I

'\
1810 : 1820:

Declared or Dedaredor
~. Ofiicial Valoe.
-
Real Value.
I Beal Value.

d. £. I. d. t. 8. d. £. ~. d.
41 6,i01,31I 18 91 4,5g6,i04 HI -! - - .
-
54,1159 16 8 45,860 - 8i -
9.
7

5
9 1,3 i1 15 '9
580,977 HI 9
7,889 11 6
16,8s+ 15 3
-
-
+ 67.664 811 18,836 11 11 i -
- . - - 479 11 4 -
1i 6.55i 19 51 33.309 9 9 -
9f
6f
5,85i
+t6,g6i
11
10
- . 14,600
67,365
+ 31
3 3i
--
9
4 t3,1I57 10 - 1,340 15 8 -
61 ~ 5 1,609 6 11 4115 5 6j -
-. - -
101 183.341 18 3i 4 1,918 17 -I -
- - -
91 19,i91 16 11 1 6,61 7 16 3 -
4 ...,301 13 - i 1...,g88 18 6i -
loi +8,596 I 9i 14.°51 11 10 I -
ni 13,87t 18 91 - -
-'" - - - t,6g6 I t 6 -
- - - . 10,3S0 19 +i -
-1 3g,101 10 3i 5.910 11 t -

41 1,615,g65 10
5* 3 14,5+5 16 - i -
- - - -
- - - - 6,594- 7 + - -
- 3,354 - - -
-- 6,594- 7 4 3,354 - - -
8 1+6,808 5 It 117.+ 15 3 5 -
10 996,97 1 5 81 'lt6,997 11 10 -
11
8 i'I
+90,403 i 7i
135,518 13 - i
37 1 ,775 i si
-
--
:;-1~'76g'701 6 6t 716,187 17 81 -
10--
I -
t- t ;9,6oo,s73 3 la 5,630 ,19(1 5 9t -
I

des Imported and Exported, which the above Order


Irerage Prices 01 the several Articles Imported into ,
~n computed, there being no La" in force in Ireland
'es which pay an ad 'fHlloTem Duty ;-that ~rt 01 the
r-

An Account of the IMPORTS and EXPORTS of Irela.


Value thereof.--(Stated in Irish Currency.)

COUNTRIES
to which
r
1790
EXPORTED.
Official Valae.

£. 8. d.
Great Britain • · - · 3,957,75 1 11 71

Ruuia
· · · · 30$ 1&-
Sweden - - · - 116 !3 8
Denmark and Norway - 6,904 15 sf
· · · ·
Pruseia 4 6 13-
Germany - - - 1,644 13 6
fl. Holland. - - - u,853 l i lOt
S France
rI.l · - - - 66,156 8 6f
"Cl
i Portugal - - - 193,°41 16 11
is Azores · · . - -
0 Madeiraa - - 9,790 13 3t
1<
.9 Cape de Verde - · - - .
;;,d
Cl Spain · -hica- - llt0419 17 lot
· - - -
le
'! - - Is1and of
!2 - Canary Islands · - - -
Gibraltar - · - 8,935 6 5t
Italy · - - - 1l,33!3 11-
Malta - - - - -
Ionian Ialands - - · -
Turkey and the Levant · 310 1!3 8
Brilioh hIando, I.oIe .f MaD - -}
- Guernsey 7,167 16 e
-Jmey - ' .
Total Europe - -} £
(EWuive of Great Britain.) • 43 1 ,11&7 1& "1 t

Asia (New Holland) - - - - . -


..
.~ {coast of Africa • - - - - -
-
~ Cape or Good Hope - - . . -
Total Africa - £. - - -
.rritUh Col..,;..
.~ United States
· -
- - -
5 1 ,,61 4 7i
159.306 15 11 t
- - ·
G.l
e West Jndies 3411, 01 7 8 5
"<
All other Parts - - 361. -
I

Total America - £. 553,711$ 4 11 6


I

GUN]) TOTAL £; 4.94!3,60o 19 6~

I
appears to require, thil abstract view of the VaIue o~
THE Real Value of the Produce and M~
amounts to £. 11,167,773. 1 I, 1 cl. but as
with regard to the Imports, the Total Real
pariIon with the Real Yalue of 1810, which ,
---.------------------------------------~----------------------

(Ireland.)

SHIPPING. IMPORTS AND EXPORTS:

VIZ.

-(1.)-
All ACODallt 01" the SKIPPING entered Inwards end cleared
Outwarm. 'Iu Ireland, from or to All Parts of the Worl4,
in tbe Years 1'790. laoo, 181G. aud :1.810. relp~tinly;
distiuguiabiDg 5Uc:b III entered Inwards eml cleared Out... rdJ
from or to Great Britain.

-(!l.)-
Customs, Irelaad :-AD Account of tbe Dnmber of V.uELa,
...it.. tbe aRlount, of their Tonnage. wb~b were built aud
regiatered in the aevet'al Porta of Ireland, in tbe Ye an
1790. 1800,1810, and 1810, respecti'fely.

Return to all Order of t!le Honourable tbe Houle ofColDlDoll!,


dated the 17tb of February 1821 j-1t11". An ACCtlGnt oftbe
lupoan and ExpoRTa of Ireland. in the Yean 1790. 11100.
1810, BUd 1810 respecti...ely j distinguishing tbe Countries
from wbicb Imported, aDd to .. hich Elported, with tbe
Official und DecllLfed V.lne thereof'.

Ordered. by The House of Commona, to be Printtd,


30 ApriI18~t.
/ '~I J
( ) I
I . /
(Ireland.)
COALS.

AN ACCOUNT OF ALL COALS IMPORTED INTO THE DIFFERENT


PORTS OF IRELAND.

From the lit January 181g to the 1St January 18'11.

YEARS Total Quntit.J


Ended 5th JIlIlUlU'1' IMPORTED
\
IMPORTED from 5th 1anuary 1819
18l1o: Ihl : 10 5th JlIIlaary 1811.
INTO
TMl6. Ttm6. Tom.
:Baltimore - - .. - - h5 1,17 1 1,996
Ballyraine -.. - - - - 1,3.6 1,116 lIMlI
:Belfut - - - - - 77,7°4 73,16!a '-! 15O,866'-!
-
Clare and Kilrusb - -. - gl !157 355
Coleraine -. · -
..- - -
4111 501 9 13
Cork - - 1°3,33 1 76 , 803 180,134
Dingle • - - - - .. 183t 401 S8.tt
Dooagbadee - . . - - 604 477 1,081
Drogbeda - - - - - 1I3,7+6 lIl1, 1Illl +5,868
Dublin - - - .
~
-. lI73,sg6 lIB7.4-71 56 1,067
Dundalk . - - - ]lI,6g1 111,1I86 1I+.984
Galway - - - - ..- - 5,095 t ',389 8.4- 8+ I
Killybegs - - - -
..
368 Sll8 6g6
Kinaale -
. - - - .- - .. ..
11,706 8.4-83 1I0,18g

. --
Lante 9,7 86 8,018 17,80+
Limerick - - . 16,3+7 1.,55 8 30,g05
Londonderry ..
. -
.. .. - - 10,7 16 9,133 f Ig,8+g1
Newport - - .- 1,063i glll l,g8+i
Newry -
a_a - - -
- - - - .0,583 !lIo.6g+ +l,u7
- -- -- 5,655 5,17 1 lo,8116
Sligo -
Strang(ord
- ·..
-
-.. - - 5,.f9~

1'.1,3°7
.,611 t
I 1l,'178 '-1
10, 1031
'1.,5 85 '-1
Waterford - ·.. .. .. - 50 ,7 18 4 8,075 .: 9S,79S-t.
Wexford - - - - 1'.l,339 13,lg9 '-1 '.l6,~88'.J
Wicklow
Yougbal
- ..-
-
-. -- -- 6.543
'.l5,6g'.l
7,.f!17
'10.118
13,970
+5,880

TOTAL .. - - 688,884t 65!1.9++':' 1,34],828 '.y,'I.

Note:-Tbe Years terminllte OD the 5th January.

Custom House. Dublin,}


10th February 18111. W· MARRABLE,
Inspector Gent Imports and Exports.

;9,
.~---------------
----~---~---------

(Ireland.)

CO A LS.

AN A.CCOUNT of all Coal, imported into tile different


Porta of Irellllld, from tbe lit Jlnua,y 1819 to lb.
1st JlIIlIlu'y18'1.

Ortln-ed, ", The Houle of ColllmQlls, '" be Priaud.


~6 Febrv.ary 1821.
(Ireland.)

SUG AR.

(1.)

AN ACCOUNT OF THE TOTAL QUANTlTY OF EAST INDIA SUGAR


Entered for Home COIIIWDption, in the several Years from 1813 to 18so induaive; abtinguilhio,
the Quantity in .ch Year.

EAST INDIA. SUGAR.


&.

YEARS. QllaIltity entered for


Home CODlomptiOll.

Cwt. qn. lb••


181 3 1,7 1t8 !l 4
1814 - 1,198 3 S3
181 5
1816
-- -- 333
7 16
!l 9
s6
1817 s66 2 14
1818 30 !1 s III
1819
18!10
- - -- 498
1,606
3 14
14
-------
Total -
-I 6,65 1 11 13

= 7

(2.)
AN ACCOUNT OF THE TOTAL QUANTITY OF WEST INDIA SUGAR
Entered for Home Consumption, in the several Years from 1813 to 18so iaclusiye; d.istingui.shiDg
the Quantity in each Year.

WEST INDIA SUGAR.

Quantity entered for


YEARS.
HOlle CoMUJllptioll.

C.,. ",. IlIt.


10
181 3 351 ,747
181 4
dhS
-- -. -- -- 1173,81~
305,01
1
1
16
19
1816 s60,874 3 21
181 7 .--- !Z8g,ao1 11 1&2
1818 Ul,483 1 2
181g
18!10
-. -. s86,oot
1&68,9 1 3 ~
Total - . <J,<J57. 157 3 19
iiii ' i

CUltom HoUle, Dublin, } WM. MARRABLE.


19th May 18111. Jnspectoi General of Importl,
&c.
(Ireland.)

SUiJAR.

(1.)
AN ACCOUNT ot tbe Total Quantity ot Eau In4ia Sugar
entered for Home CODllUmptiou, in tbe teyeral yea"
rrom tBtS to 1810 inciueiye j distingui.hing the qUaDtity ill
each year.
(11.)
AN ACCOUNT ot the Total QUaDtity ot Wm ladi" Sugar
entered Cor Home ComumptioD, ill the teural yean
from 1811 to 1810 welu.he; distinguilhing the quantity in
"lIcb year.

Orderen. by Tb. HODte of Commol", CII k Prmt'''.


!l8 May18u.
(Ireland.)
WOOL

REl'URNS to two Orden of the BODOlll'able HOQle of Commons, dated the 6th of April18~1 ;-f~.

(1.)
AN ACCOUNT OF THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF THE DUTIES PAID UPON
THE IMPORT OF FOREIGN WOOL,

In each Year since 1815.

Total Amount of the DUTIES paid on Foreign Wool


Imported into Ireland.
YEARS TOTAL
WOOL
ended
I
./'...
""\ AMOUNT•
5th January Beaver. Cotton. Sheep
and Lambs.
I Spanish.
~
£. I. d. £. I. d. £. I. d. £. •• d. £. I. d.
181 7 - . . 6 4 3 10,013 15 - 3~ 5 10 71 16 10 10,U4 1 11
1818 - .- 12,389 19 10 23 1 10 7 - . .- 1~,621 10 5
181 9 - - - 16,211 18 5 ~08 11 6 - - 16,420 9 11
1820 - 8 1 11 1",,~65 18 9 394 1 3 14~7 6 1",,803 19 I
18n - - - - 11,052 4 10 395 3 7 23 4 - 11,470 U 5
From
Janl'18n }
,sth
to - - - 3,39 1 - 7 109 7 7 60 5 2 3,560 13 of.
,sthApril1821

Note:-THE 5th of April is the latest per.i.od to which this Account could be made out.

AN ACCOUNT OF ALL FOREIGN WOOL EXPORTED FROM IRELAND,

In each Year since 1.lh5, to the 5th April 18n, being the latest period
to which the same can be made out.

WOOL
, "\

Beaver. Cotton. Sheep Spanish.


YEARS and Lambs.
I
Ended 5th January
1JJa. 0-. 9"' l1li. CiDer. qn. lbt.
- --
181 7 - - 2,066 - - - -
1818- - 25 1,027 i - - -
- --
181 9 - - 7~0 - - - - - 18 1 -
1820

1821 -
- - -
-
- -
39
725 -
1,636 3
-- -
-
-
-
From
to5th April 1821 }- - - - -
5th January 1821 721 2 - - -
Custom House Dublin, } WM. MARRABLE,
18th AprilI8~1. Inspector Gen· of Importi
and Exports.
(Ireland.)

WOOL

BetarDI to two Orden ofTbe Honourable HoUJe of Commoaa,


dated 6th Apri.18tl r-jor,

-(1.)-
An Account of the Total AmIIItnt of theDQtiel paid upon
the I"port of Foroip WGOL" in each Year, . . 1815.

-(11.):-
.&.n ACoollnt at:ill Foreign WOOL, ilI;ported from IrelaDll. in
ellCh Year linee 1815, to 5th Aprilt8!1, heiDs the latat
period to which \.be tame CIIIl be made out.

=
Oftlmd. '" Tbe Houle of CoIlWODJ, III h .PrittN.
30 April 18111.
1 _
.

WOOLLEN MANUF~CTURES.

Return to aD Order of the Honourable House of CODlDlODl, dated 17th Aprill8!11 ;-jOr,

AN ACCOUNT OF THE TOTAL QUANTITY OF WOOLLEN MANUFACTURES EXPORTED

IRELAND TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES, AND rHE COLONIES;

And DZCLARBD VALUB of the same; in each Year, from the 5th Jouary 1800 to the sth January 18il
tinguiahlng the 'difFerent Descriptio~, and, u fai aa may be, the quality of Cloths UDder \be denominati
f3t11'BaJ'INB, SECOND, and lNIBBIOa.

Ordered, i.v The House of Commolll, to 6e PrinUd,


13 JIlU 18~1 •

• • 'J
l

ACCOUNT OF THE TOTAL QUANTITY OF


co the 5th January 1811; diatiDguiahiDg the diff'ereDt

[GN COUNTRIES:

CKINGS: WOOLLEN
TOTAL VALUE
IIIKI or Irish
Worsted. WORSTED YARN. ~

. QllUlo WOOLLENS
Value. Quan-
tity. VallIe. LJ-ted.
tit!.

f.
-
,.m. to .. L IIM. £. .. d. ~ . IL
8,8S6 88S 11 - - - 0 0 0 1,8S1 16 4
I

6 10
7, 4 710 8 - - - - - - s,167 4 I

- s.s6s s36 4 - - - - - - s,648 11 10


6 10,769 l,o'/S 18 - - - - - - 110330 I 4
6,866 68S 10 - - - - - - S,3'lS 7 6
- 180 18 - - - - - - - s.c;oo 8 4
.. 1,l14li
I" 4 . · · · - - 1I~7 14 6
I
,

- - -I - - - - - - -
0
1,333 - - I

FROM . - . . I
-- -- -- · 196 17 -
- 19'J 19 4 - - -- - 0
6gg 6 -
- 348 34 16 - - - - - - 11,7'9 11 I

sa6 S66 III - - - - - - 3..... 1 6 -


,.. us- lIB .. · - · ·
... - 6.3IIs 11

OD or - Il1O ,. - - · · · • · 411 13 8

- 1,778 "7 - -· · ·
18 - 438 7 -
- 1,068 106 16- · - - - · 80608 10 4
8 lI,gB6 196 - - - - -
10 - 11,1116 13 8
I 11,910 - - - ·
1188 19 7 - 11,183 6 7
8 10693 157 10 - - - - - - 1,730 IS 3 iI
6 -- - - - -- · - - 1,.,-. 16 11

8 - . - - - - - - - - 6 17 I 9
j

:I COLONIES:
116 13 4

444 44 8 1,883 16 I,
loB 10 16 - 8.M 18 ti
186 7 10

114 4 8

11.400 ~o - - 463 6 6

414 5 .
.a + 16 - 339 9 .. I
360 36 68 1 17 -
r 131 13 4 1,169 15 4
~116gI
I'
169 4 - 811 11 8
... 30191 3 19 4 - 1.346 I +
~I
... 6,3i!1
131 13 4
Bal 4
-
-
I,dll 14 8
910 16 •
I
... 4.634 463 8 - 1.636 19 •
- 3,011 301 4 - lo9a- 9 ~
I
- 6.033 60s 6 - 11,119 7 4
9 791 7B 13 1,078 18 '1
11 1,788 177 11 11 0
- 901 17 •

7 ,1.406 139 10 6 30 8 11 i 673 3 •


.. V 11 ,3 11 1~6 3 7 831 19 ~

, (
~Dder the denomin.tiODI of Old aDd New Drapery
.,04
9
"

sS 30 9 - " "

130 109 10 10 " " 1 ....:

.
+811 QI1 11 4 1,0..

6!) 17 16 !)

l,lCl

I.f 10 16 a8;l 100 6 6 36


III J3B .. 6 - - 11,36

~ - 1,811

.. - 1,01

i6<l ;111. 7 9 .....1

l .0 "
1,01

"
to 16 8 .8 7 19 3 l.ao
.. _,.,._ ....
1 --.-_._--
IRELAND :-WOOLLEN MANUFACTURES EXPORTED: 1800-18:21.

TOTAL" ALUE TOTAL VALUE


YEARS of all YEARS of all
WOOLLEN MANUFACTURES WOOLLEN MA~CFACTURF..S
Ending Exported to all Parts, Ending • Exported to.all Parts,
except except
6th JaIluar, 6th January
Great Britain. Great Britain.
~ \ )
.......
£. I. d. £. ..' d.
1801 ~,8+11 11 8 1811 x
7,397 3 -i
180~ 8,~36 7 3 1813 9,33~ 15 10
1803 5,655 t I 181+ . 2,~+O 6
180+ . 3,654- 19 5 181 5 3,076 16 5
1805 3,+18 11 6 1816 21,9 19 1+ 8
1806 3,53 1 19 10 18 17 7,oot
1807 7,59 2 8 2t 1818 . 7,33 1 5 5
1808
.
4->22+ 9 6i 181 9 - 3,83 8 5 10
1809 5,3 85 7 6 1829 - 4->73 2 7 11
1810 7,416 1 10 f- 18111 3,7 60 3 9
1811 9,+1I1 1+ 4

:ustom House, DUblin,} WILLIAM MARRABLE,


4 Jwte 18u. Inspector General of Importfl and Exportfl.

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0
Cl
III i
:'
(Ireland.)

ACCOUNTS RELATING TO GRAIN.

-(1.)-

AN ACCOUNT OF ALL GRAIN, WHEAT, MEAL AND FLOUR,


WAREHOUSED

Under the Act 55 Geo. nI, c.16, and remaining in said Warehouaes 01) the 5th January lS~l ;
distinguishing the several sorts of such Grain .

.- -----.-.- - -
,
I
QUANTITY
I

SPECIES Of CORN QUANTITY j Remaining in Wareboules .


I
I
/ IMPORTED. WareboQled. ontbe

5th January 18!J\.

CORN - - Barley - - oorreU - I,S¥> ....~O

Beans -- barreZ, - !lA- -


Oats . - barrel, • ~!l8 -

Peas . - oo,.,.el& - 71 -
Wheat - - harreU - 3,~O~ 1 ~,407

INDtAN - Corn - - ha,.,.ez, - 6~ -

CutoDl H ouae }
Dublin, WM. MARRABLE,
5th March 18~1. Inspector General of Imports
and Exports.

337·
(~).7"""""AN ACCOUNT OF THE YEARLY AVERAGE

10 each Year, from 5th of January 1791 to thtl

1791• 17911 . 1793· 1794· 1795· 17gB· 1791' 179S, 1799- 1800. 1801. 18011. 180a· 1804- \
I

- -- ---- -- - - - - - ~
- -- - - I
per barrel. 8, d. " d, ,. d, I, d. I, d. s, d. 8, d, I, d. I. d, " d, " d, I· d. I. d. s. d'l
Wheat • · - · f1.4/11 '1.7/a lis/a :W3 311/+ +11/+ 37/9f 3618 31/S. 4819 'TO/lot +3/1 38/ 3 1/"

Barley - ·· · . · - · - - - ") - . - . - 11/9 19/4-

Oats ---- 10/ 11/6 10/4- 1'J/1Ol 13/1 la/ 11 11/n 9/6 6 U/5 14/5 134/101 1+/6 1'J/f1.i 13/10

Beans · --· - - · · - - - - - - . - - -
I . .
Peas · · · · , - · · - . - . - - - - -
Rye · ·-- - · · - - - - - - . - - - .
Meslin • -· - . · - · - - . - - - - . . -
per ctAIt. of 11 'J lb" :I
,
Flour -· - · 15191 1'J/9 15/8 1IO/5i 19/10 'Aa/s 15/5i 'J'J/l1" 110/ 36/11 35/a 19/11 10 /01 18/11
I
Oatmeal -- - i It/4' 10/ l'l/6 13/6 la/9 1+/4 1,/6 13/+ 113/5 'Jo/+. 3 1/8 '1.4/+1 f1.4/7t 16/5t
I I

I humbly beg leave to Certify, THAT neither in my own Oftice, nor in that of the Register
of Corn Returns (both of which I have carefully searched) could I.find any' account of Sales
of Grain, previous to the year 1799. consequently I haTe been obliged to have reco\lJ'le to
Accounts thereof, kept by private IDdividuab (Corn Factors of thi. City) up to said period,
and

Dublin, Corn Exchange,l .


21st March ISlll. f

3.3i·
PRICES OF CORN, GRAIN, MEAL AND FLOUR,

5th of January 18~ 1 ; sold at the DulJlin Market.

18~0,&

,au. ,a,.. ,a'3· i,a'4' , ,8'5.


to
,80s. ,806. ,a.,. ,808. ,Bog. I ,a>o. ,_1816. 181j. 1818. 181 9' 5 January
18u.
1-1---1- - --'1---1--- 1---
1
,. d. I. d. I. d. 8. d. I. d. I. d. I. d. I. d. 8. d. 8. d. I. d. 8. (4. 8. d. 8. d. 8. d. 8. d.

3 1/ IO t ~5/7~ 18/91 13/1, 13/3 i

l
~6/11 I ~0/11!, 13/ 1 ot 1~/9t
I I
- 140/ 30/ :
I
-
I

!
- 30 / 1' 18/11t 18/a! 183! -

- ~5/ ~0/11 - 13/

- 1~/6

35/5* 'J5/11 t ~3/6. 19/ 11 i

17/ 11 16/1f 17/~ 18/4 17/5 17/6 118/~1 ~3/1


I
13/of 16/d 1~/9f 14/4 17/11 li
l
17/'Ji I

and from whence I have accorJiogly struck the foregoing Average. I have taken Abstracts
from the Books of my Predeceuor, and latterly from my own; and I beg leave further to state,
that I could not find any Accoun~ of Barley previous to the year 1803.

JAMES RIDDALL,
Clerk of the Corn Table.
(Irelud.)

ACCOIJNTS RELATING TO GB.A IN ;

VIZ.

(1.)
An ACCllWlt of lIB Gtain, Wheat, Meal and Flour, Warehoued
uDder the Act 55 Geo. m, c. 26. ani relllaining in Mid
WareiIolIICI OIl the 5th January 18U; diltinguiabing the
_NI IOrts e( .uch Grain.

(~.)

AD Aocoant of the yearly ...erage Price. 01 Corn, Grain,


K_ md Flour, in each year [rom 5th at January 1791
to the 5th of Houary 1BIl; IUld at the Du6lin MlU'ket.

0rINrtd, ty The Houae of Commonl, t.. b~ P,ifllCd,


~8 March 1821.

331·
GRAIN, IRELAND;

-(1.)-
A Return in part to an Order of tbe Honourable House of Commons, dated the 91tb of February
IS'11 ;-for, :\11 Aceoullt oftbe Quantities of Grain, Meal, and Flour of all sorts, distinguishing
eacb ~ ,rt, Irnporttd into and Exported from Great Britain and Ireland, from and to Foreign
COIlIII!':es and our own Colonies, from the 5t1l of January '191, to the 5th of January ISH

shoWlII!1, the Amount in each Year, and the Excess of Import or Export, as the case may be;
distingllibhing that Imported from or Exp,orted to our own Colonies: -So far as relates to
IRELAND.

-(2.)-
A Return in part to an Order of the Honourable Hou8e of Commons, dated tbe ~7th of February
Ihl ;-for, An Arrouht of the Quantities of Grain, Meal, and Flour of aUsorts, distinguishing
earb sort, Imported into and Esported from Great Brit&:n and Ireland, from and to Foreign
COl,mtrit's and our own Colonies, under the Act 55 Geo. Ill, c. !&l'ii which permits Corn, kc. to
be imported at all times, to be warehoustd; from the date of the Act to the 5th January 1891 j

ihowing tbe Amount in eacb Year :-50 far as rela.tes to b,ELAliD.

Ordtred, by Tbe H('Iulle of Commons, to lit Prilllcd,


'.1 AprillS!&J.

3;5·
Honourable House of Commons, dated the '17th day of February 18'11 ; -
Lry 1791, to the 5th of January 18'11; showing the Amount iD each Year,

......
ND FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES.

TotalQaantity Imported.
Oat Rye Wbeat
Is. Rye. Wbeat.
Meal. Meal. F1ollr. Corn &; Meal &

-
· tll. Cwt. Barrtll. ew" Barrtll. ewe.
Grain.

&1Ttll.
Flour.

CIDt.
449 .. - - - - - - - -
--- --- --- -
1,139 1,870
99 - - - - - - - - -
---
+.800 6,6 15
'2'2 - - - - - - - 1,673 -
55 0 - - - - - - - - - 35,0'28
- - --
1,696
35,880
-+0 - --. - - -- - - -- - - 10 -
-- - - -- -
'2,61'2
-
-
· - - - - - - - -- - -- -
· - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - 8-
'29
'27 1 --
-
· - - - - - - - - 11,'148 - 35 11,'2+8 35 8

816 - -
- +5 0 3,81'2 '20,61 5 +3,'260 35,593 67,Sg'1

9+6
375
-- -- -- 656
- -
'20,3+4
- -- -- -- 3,559
3,'155
+1,15 8
811
17,97'1 '210.33 0
3, 68 9 81l
559 - - - "- - - 11.949 11,3 16 3.5+ 1 11,3 16

- --- -
- -
-- --- --- --- -- · -
35 6
!;1St! 19 6'29 19
-
--
1,'135 1,'177 1,'2+1 1,'277

-- -- -- -
15 741 15 741
- - -- - -- 6,007 3,747 6,007 3,747
-
- -- --- -- -
·- - --
- - - 7,335 -
1,157
-
7033 6
-
1,157
4~6 - - - 828
-
-.. .. -
-- -- -- 1,3 8+ -
-- --- --- ------ --- ·-- '2605'1 --
- 1,336 1,3 6 5
-- -- -- -- '260
- - - -
155 - - -
- - - -- -
- -- - - -- - - --
-
9+
1,36 7
-
--
-808
- - - -
. - - -- -
- - - 13,06+
-
83,75 1
-
'2'2,01'2
-
83,75 1
95 -
1
60 - - -
- - ..- - -
- - - 15,1'2'2 1,06 7 17,173 1,06 7

- - -- -- -- I - - -
+13 - - - - ·
- -- -- -- -
4,173 6,07+
+'23 -
ELAND FROM THE BRmSn COLONIES.

rotalQllantitJ' Imported.
Oat Rye Wbeat
t •• Rye. Wbeat.
Meal. Meal. Flour. Corn & ltIeal&
Grain. Flour.
--
·tll. CIDI. BfJ1TeU. CUlt. BII1Ttll. Cwt. BfJ1Ttll. CB'"

--
- -
--
-
- --- -
-
-
-
--
--- -
-
-
-
- -
-
-
-
-
-
-

-
-
-
-
-
- --
-
-
-
-
, -
-
-
-
-
-
-
-,
-
-
-
-
-- - - - - - - - - - --
- • - - - - '2,340 . -- '2,3+ 0

- ---- -- .. . · 6, 01 7 '2,'29+ 6, 01 7 '2,'294

-- -· .- ·· ·- ·· ·· .. ·- -- 1,673
- - ..-
95'2 1,673 95'1

--
3,'25 0 3,'25 0
. --· · · · -· - '2,00() - - '2,000
- - - - -- - -
-
- -- --
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
- - - - - -
- - - - - - · - - - 3,48500'1 - - - 85 0 -
- · - - -- · -- -- -- -- 1,+79 -- -- .- 3,5'l'2 -
- · -- -- - -- -· · . -- - - - 1,+79 -
- - - ·- - - - - - +,546 - - - ---
- - 3'2
- +,5+6
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-- -
--
:
-- -- -- -
-
-
-
-
-'253
. - . - - - - - - - +,833 '253 +,833
-- - - - - · - - -- -- - '2,19'2
·- - - · - - - - - - .- - -
- .- - '2,20'2
'29
-
--
- -· · -- - - - --- 13'2
for, An AtCODDt of the QUBDtities of Grain, Meal,
/ //1· "
I and the Excess of Import or Export, as tbe case ma, (/(

"".
l

BlU'le;r.
..- "'~, I'mli"
Meal. Corn.
]

I
I-
&noel.t. Barrtu. ClDt. BlSrrtu.
,

".· ·· ·· ·· ·
179'1 80 3 35 8
.c
~ 1793 950 ·- - ·
)j 179+
·
+>9~0

· 3· ·-
·· ·- ·- ·· ·· ·
:!
:::•
;E
et
CID
1795
1796
1797 · ·600· ··
·
·
- · -
·- · -·· ·
-·· •
- ·- - ·- --
=
:;:; 179 8 ·
c:
· - 3· - ·
r&l

'rolD t51b }
1799
1800 1 --· · -
MarcblSOO
to 5th Jan. 1801 · ·· - - - -· - ·
· -21· - - - -
1801 •
1
180'1 -
- -· -
-·- --- 1,75
1803 0
". -
--
180+ 6,.60 25 0
1805
1806
2.36 +
12,079
96
- - -- -- -- -- -- --
1807 4t 2OO ·- -
- - -- ·- '"- -- --
~
1808 20,503 -
..
:;
::I

...,•
1809
1810
6.9 1'1
6,867 - - - · -- -- --
:! 1811 69,1+1- - · · -
- -- --- --- ·-- ·--
•... ..,
;...
-5

..
lOO
181'1
181 3
17 0, 18 7 1,31'1
139,810 - -
:g 181+ '128,3 89 9 12
~ 181 5 8'1,79 8 -
50 +
· ·- -- -- -- --
-. - -
1816 9",9+3

- ·- · - - -
181 7 7 2, 829 30
1818 18,08+ -
181 9
1820
'1,5+8
5
-
·
-- ·· ·- ·- ·- ··
1821 1+ · ---· --

Barley. Bean..
GroIIt Indian Ine
Melll. Corn. ·M.
BOfffll.
--- -BISM'eu.
&rrtU.
-- -
Cwt. C.
179 2~ 7 +2 · · - - -
~
1793 4- 62 6 - - -
2 - - -
I ~
• 1794- 1 126
I
- - - -- -- ·- -- --- --- ---
a 10 100 I
~ 1795
• 1796
;... ~
~ (

"'"
"S
..1797
1798
I
- - - 233 · - - - -
~ 1799 - - - 1,199 · · - - -
,1800 - -- - - - - - - -
From !5tb }
March 1800
to.:>th Jan. 1801 - - · - - - - - · -
- - - - . - - - -
1801. ,...

- - - 100· · - - -
1802
180 3 ~
180+ 5 1'1 - · - - -
1805 · -8 - - - - · - - ·
- - - ·- - 1 · ·- --
1806
1807
----
t>. 1808 -- -- -- - 48 - 1- ·- -- --
18 09 ·
'"
...
:I
«I 1810
1St I
· - 2 - -- -- ·- ·- -- ·- --
...•= .t: ( 181'1
;.. .;; 1 57 - - - - -
OIl
.5
-0
c:
1813
11SI+
13 -
- - - - ·-
- - -- -- ·- I
~
1815 10 5'1 - - - · -
1816
181 7 - - ·2'10
10
- 0'17 -- -· · -
20 · · - · ·
1818
181 9 13
--- · -
· - - · - - -
1820 136 -- - -- -· -- -- ·
... 1821 7+ · ·
('2.)-A nelum iu pa.l:t to an Order of the HOMurahle I!ouse of Commons, daud the !Z7th of February 18~1 i-fur, An Account of the Quantities of Grain, Meal, and floUT, of all sorts, distinguishing each
sort, Imported into and Exported from Great Britain and Ireland, from and to Foreign Countries aud OUr own Colonies, under the Act '55 Geo. lU, c. !Z6, wbil:h permits Corn, &e. to be imported at
all times, to be warehoused; from the date oithe Act to the 5th January 18i 1; showing the Amount in each Ycar :-8Q far as relates to IRELAND•

Quantity Imported from Quantity Exported to


.
Quantity Imported frolQ the Quantity Exportf:d tq the
Foreign Countries. Foreign Countries. British Colonies. British Colonies.
----- -- --
Bean. Meal Meal
BeaDS Meal
IInd \ and
Be,... ~ Beans Mcal
Barley. OaU. Wheat. \ Barley. Oats. Wheat. .IId ond
Peas. Borle.v. Oats. Wlu~at.
- - Flour./ Wheat.
Pea••
Flour. 1 Wheat. Pea,.
Flour. Wheat.
Barley.
Peas.
Oats. Wbeat.

------ ------ - - - FluDr. Wheat.

- -
_ _ _ 1 _ _-

B41'r~1I. B4rr~b. B<I'M"ell. Bam:1I. Cwt. Cwt. Barr~lI. .BarN1I. B~II. Barr~ts. Cwt.
'-
. Cwt. Barrel.. Barr~u• Barr~l.. Barreu. Cwt.
- -
Cwt. Barrel.. Barr~lI. B4rrtll. Barrels. Cwt. Cwt.
From !Z3d March 181 5}
to 5th January 1816 - - - - - - - , - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
..
>. 1"" 181 7
-- - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - -- - -
- -
'~"
::I
. . . · . . 4 05 . - - - - . - - 4. 833 '153 . -
- -
...,
"''-Q
1818 1'10 '10 8,808 13,064- 83,75 1 - . - - - - . . - . - . 35 --
15,1'1'1 1,06 7 - . - -
la
0-=
>-~
(
l819 1,098 '1 95\ ---- . - . - - - - - 10 - - ,'1,19'1 - - .<"

- - - - - -
1
lOll
c:: 18-20 1,84-0 1 60 4,173 - - - - - · - - - - - . - - - . - '19 - - - - .- - - . - -
l8:H . - - -. -- --· ---- - - - - - . . - 13'1 . . - - . . - .
~ 10 4 13
- . '1 . - - . 5tt5 -
,

Custom HouSf-, Dublin, }
26th March IS',!). WILLIAM MARRABLE.
Inspector General of Import" and Exports.
- ~!
/ /J./ - J' '
1/ ( " 1
,L !
"
.:

[ ~
GRAIN, IRELAND.

-(1.)-
A. :Retllrn in"part to Order of tbe Honourable HOWIe of
UI
Commoo.. dated the 17th of Febrllary1811 i-for, An
Account of the Quantitiea of Grain, Meal, and Flollr of all
~rtI, diatinillishing·eacl\ IOrt. Imported iuto Uld Esported
from Great Britain and Ireland, from and to Foreign Coun.
trieaand our 0." Colouie.. from the 5tb of Januuy1791.
(0 the 5th of Jallllary 18!1; showing tbe ..\aIollnt in eacb

Year, and the Escesa of Import or Export, u the cue


ma,. be; diJtioguilbing that IInported from or Exported to
our own Colonies:l-So far at relates to bEL,UID.

-('1.)-
A Retllrn in part to an Order of the Honourable HOllse ot
CommoDl, dated tbe nth of February lau ;-for, Aa
Accollnt of tbe Quantities of Grain, Meal. and Flollr of all
sort., diltillguishing each IOrt, Imported into and EIporterl
from Great Britain and Ireland, from and to Foreign
Countries and our 0"11 Culollit'll. under tbe Act 55 Geo. 'Ill,
c. 26 ... hich p~rmit. Corn, &c. to be imported at all times,
to be warehollsed; from the dote of the Act to the 5th
laollar,. 18!1.; showing the ADlOllUt in each Year I-So far
a. relatea to IIlELAND

".
OnlCTed, by 11le lIouse 01 Cummons, ID be PriJaUd,
'1 Ap,.il 18'11.

375·
I I ,.
/
I I

(Ireland.) I

WHEAT AND WHEAT MEAL.


-
AN
~ ...
ACCOUNT~OF THE QUANTITY OF WHEAT AND WHEAT MEAL

ImpJ~d into Great Britain from Ire/and, and Imported into IreltJnd from Gl'eat Britain,
From 5th January 1791 to 5th January 18~1 ;-ahowiag, Tbe Amount in each Year; and, The ExceII of Export.
over Imports, in each Year respectively, 88 the case may be.

-. WHEAT.
----

I
WHEA.T MEA.L
--_._---

Imported ExCQI Imported


Exported Exceaa Ezportf:d Exceu Exceu
into Ireland into Ireland
to of of to
from , from of of
Great Britain. Great Britain. Imports. I Exports. Great Britain. Great Britain. Imports. Elporls.
i
YEARS I
Ended 25th March Bane". ~". &.nll. lImTtll. ! CIDU. Cwu. ~. CfltI.
179~ --- 72 21, 189 I - - 21,117 - - 2,780 - - 2,780
- - -
I

1793 7i 5 7,562 - - 6,837 - -I 2,537


I
I
I - - 2,537
1794 -- - 58 2~,304 - -
I
22,'246 - - 99 1 - - 99 1
1795 - - - 61,266 3 1,23 1 30 ,035 - - 11,496 I 5,274- 6,2l2 -
17g6 - - -
-
13 - - 13 - - - - I 27 - - 27
1797 ---
- --
145 - - 145 - - I - - -
1798 611 6i,4gO - - 66,885 - - I
14,8s 3 I
I - - 1.... 82 3
1799 - - - 85 4 2, 81 9 - - 4 2,734 - -I I .... 65 8 - - 4,65 8
1800 - - - • 5,000 345 .... 655 . - 13 5 8 -
Endecl5th January
IS01 --- 2,85 1 - - 2,851 - - 2,218 997 I
I,'l'll -
18o~ - -- 15 - - IS - - I 254- - - 253
1803 --- 2,030
I 168,007 - - I. 165,977
,
350 89,752 - - 8g,4°4-
1804 - - - 4 25 99,34 1 - - I 98,916
i
2,088 43,108 - - 4 1 ,020
1805 - -- lOO 115, 163 - - I I 115,063 98 i 19,·p6 I - - 19,3 18
1806 -- - 48 117,949 - - i 117,901 - - i 'l1,707 - - 21,707
1'So7 --- 1,1g6 151, 163 ~
- I
I 49,g67 1,55'l
I 3+.974- - - 33,4'l2
- - - -
I
IS08 3,138 67t!P3 - I 6.... S25 256 I
I
6, 125 - - 5,86g
lSog - - - 17,404 79, 265 - - 61,861 5.... 162 I 4,555 +9, 60 7 -
1810 - - - 1,460 141,238 - - 139,778 1,956
!
I 16,359 - - 14,403
IS11 --- 3,848 161,34-0 - - 157,+9 2 #7 I
I
80,803 - - 80,356
18u - - - 1,680 250 ,07 2 - - 248,39 2 300 I 85,65 1 - - 85,35 1
181 3 - - - 426 222·753 . - i 222,327 211 I %4 6 7
!
- - 94>1156
ISI4 - - - 3,31 I 278 ,g06 - - I
I
275,595 638 159,64 1 I - - 159,003
- --
I

- - I 132,539 I
181 5 1,984 322 ,333 320,349 1,521 - - 130,018
IS16
I
- - - 3,335 247,223 - - I 243,888 25 106,120 - - 106,095
181 7 - - - 1.... 86g 156,6~6 - - I
I l'P,757 3,182 82,562 - - 79.380
1818 - -- 47,605 84,701 - - i 37,096 ~3S,3'J~ 3'l,603 205,7 19 -
181 9 -- - 13,4~3 160,5g6 I - - 147,173 9,4 2 3 4 ,5,91" , -
2
_ J!
- 33,156 t
18~o --- 6,115' ~~""S47 - - i ~18,732 1,046 i g6,566 t i - - 95,5 19t
IS~I - - - ... 81 6+9,435i· - - I 6+9,354 , - - 193,37 2 1 \
I
- - 193,37'l i

Custom Houae, DUblin,}


6th March 18~1. WM. MARRABLE,
InIpeaor Gen l of Importl and Export..

211.
(Ireland.)

WHEAT AND WHEAT MEAL•


AN ACCOUNT or THE QUANTITY OF WH.&AT AN»
WHEAT MEAL

Imported into Cfftllt BriIaHa from IreUmd. and Imported into


1rtlad. from GffGl BritBiIl. from 6th Jalluar;, 1'91 to 61:11
JaIUW'y 1811 ;_Iiowing. The AmolHlt in eIIoCh Year;
IInd, The Wee! of Exporu over Import.. in each Yeat
nlpe<:tively, I1 the cue l1IIIy be.

OrderN, by The aw. of ConllDollS. 10 ~ PriflUi.


l~ Marc4 18u.

2B.
(Ireland.)
WHEAT :AND WHEATMEAL.

AN ACCOUNT OF THE QUANTITY OF WHEAT AND WHEAT MEAL

Imported into and Exported from Irek.nd to and from Foreign Countries;
From the sth January 1791 to 5th January 18n i-showing, The Amount in each Year; and. The Esceu or
Export or Import, as the case may be-.

WHEAT. WHEAT HEAL

QWIlIuty QuaDtity
Excess , EXCeM QU8.Iltity QUBIltity Eueaa Excess
of of or of
Imported. Exported. Imported. Exported. Import. Export.
Import. Export.

YEARS
Ended ~5th March &rrell. .Dorrell. Bllrrell. &rreLt. Cwtl. I C1DCI. Ctas. C_.

179 2 - - - 1,140 98,592 . - -


97 ....5~ - 1 +5,069 - - 45,oBg
1793 - - - ...,800 85,~26 - - - - 8o,4~6 3 1 •61 9 - - 3 1,61 9
179<1- · - - 1,5 24 14,397 - - 12,873 - - 3,248 - - 3,248
1796 - - - 35,028 - - 35,028 - .. - - 137 - - 137
17~ .. .. .. .. .. - - - . .. - - ....
.. -
1,339 - -. 1,339
1797 - .. - 10 15 5 -.. . 2,582 -
..
2056 \1
179 8 .. - ..- .. - 30 .. - 30 3,2118 - 3,128
1799 · · - . 3,506 .. . - - 3.506 94<1- .. . 94<1-
1800 · .. - 13.5 88 - - 13,588 - - 347 ~56 91 -
Ended 5th January
1801 - · .. 26,1189 .. -. 116, 289 .. .. 40,134 160 39,974 -
18011 - . - 5,1I32 - 5,~32 - .- 4 1,15 8 1103
.
4 0 ,955
..
-
1803 - - - 6,505 930 5.575 - 811 1,955 1,144-

..l
18!>,," - - - '''949 1I,696 l1, lI5' . . 11,316 275 11,041 -
18g5 - - - 356 37,925 - .. 37,569 19 2,177 - - 2,158
18Q6 - - -
...... 1,235 18,68g - - 17,454 1,'277 1,00, 1110 .
..
-
1807 - - .. 15 !,05 1 - - ,',036 741 1I,376 - 1,635
1808 - .. . 6,007 ~,512 ' ....95 .. -.. 3,747 8~
..
11,851 -
180g -
· .. .850 '-.24<1- 606 .. . .. 3.50 5 -.. 3,505
1810 · .. .. 10,137 457 10,280 .. - 1,157 ',114<1- -.. 1,087
1811 . - - 33,281
'~07
. - 30,97<1- - - 10,666 .. 10,666
1811 .. .. .. 11.~36 11-40,680 .. . 11,3~ . .
..
40,293 -. -
..
4O, lI93
181 3 - - - ....1,06 \16,341 .. .. 111,SJ4 .. 33,059 33,059
181 4 .. .. . . 52 i8-,go1 .. .. 4B,849, . - 108,t51 - - 108,251
181 5 - - - . - ~8,!J89 .. .. 1I~8,989 . - 119,-079 - - 119,079
1816
·.. . ..
- .. .. - 9 ,578 1 . - 9.1,578 . .. 10,987 - .. 10,987
181 7 - . -
40.393 - - 4 0,393 - - 11,567 - - 1l,s67
1818 .. . .. 17,897 ...,07 11 13,825 . .. 83,8~811 1,7491 811,079~ -
181 9 -- - 17,3 18 2,630 .....688 .. . 1,067 8,5551 .. .. 7....88 1
1820 - - - 4,177 3 ...,17<1- .. -.. . -
.
9,904- - -.. 9.904-
18u .. - - - . - - .. - - .. 1,409 .. 1.409
I

Cllitom House, DUblin,}


WM. MARRABLE,
6th March IF21.
Inspector Gen l of Importa and Exportl.

212.
-_--u-------
_ , _ a_ _

(Ireland.)

WHEAT AND WHEAT MEAL

AN ACCOUNT Of THE QUANTITY Of WHEAT AND


WHEAt MEAL
Imported into IUld Exported fmm Irt11m4 to IUld (mm Foreign
Coun~; frolD the 5th J'lUloary 1791 to 5th Jauuary
18su,-howiDg, Tbo Amount in eachYev ; aud, TIItIEaeess
or Bltport· or lIIIport, u the caM may be.

Ordmld. by The HodJe of Commou. to'" Prfn4ttl,


1~ March 18~1.

212.
/1.1
eUSTOMS, lllELAND,

.AN ACCOUNT (80' far as the IIIUl1e can be made up in, this Departmellt) Gftbe &e-.eral
OI'J'ICEB directed to be Abolished, or ltegulatcd, by the Act of the 4-7 Geo.3, c. 12, which
have been so abolished or regulated; specifying the date of such Abolition, or Regulation,
and whether the Abolition took place in consequence of Death, or Resignation of Office; and
stating whether any of the Offices comprised in that Act are now held under Grants in
reversion made before the enaclment of that Statute, and by whom they are so held.

Whether Date of Whether tbe Abolition


Q.F1lICL AboIiahed. or Abolition, or took place in conaequellce of
Regulated. Regulation. Death or Resignation.

Customer - • Ba1timore - Midsumf}18~0


Quarter
--
--
--
- - Belfast
• - Cork
- - Kinaale
--
--
--
:1 abolished - <
Lady Day 1816
De Do.
Midsum r 18110
-- - - Lame - - :1 Lady Day 1816
-- - - Londonderry Christmas 1SIll

-1 ne -

L~
-and
-Gauger
, Pooke'}Droghoda 1810
-
8earcber -- Limerick - De • 181 7

- - - Youghal
Taater of Wines, and Surveyor
- J abolished - ( Miilsum' 1819

of Oats, Dublin - - - -
Jlegiater General of Shipping
January 181li
Sept. - 1820 J
Clerk of the Coast . -- - regulated - January 1809
{ On tbe Supemnnaation ef this Olliur.
the Duties were trIlnlferred tu another
Office, witbout lIlIy alJowllllCO for it.
Comptroller - - Belfast - - - abolilhcd . January 1814- Death.

--
{ On'" ""oh" ......._. ,,_
- :} - Offices were ~gulated by appoinfing a

-
- - Drogbeda -
- - Dundalk
regulated - April 1818 commissioned Comptroller ot each of
tbOle Ports, with a salary of E. 100 •
year each.

- - • Lame . -. abelisbed ~
January 1814-

. {
Death.
0. ............00 of ob. "'a.~.
- - - Limerick . - regulated - June 18u this Office was ~gulated by appoiDtiul
a comrWuinned Comptroller with a I&~
lary of E. ~oo a year.

-- - - LoodOllderry .. aboliJhed . Midsum' \8)0 Death.


{ ni, "'"" 1001" ,dod I. . ._ .

-- - .. Ne"'1 .. -- regulated . October l~O


,,·u placed on the f:atabliahm~nt as
Comptroller. with a salary of E. ~oo ..
year; and on bis death a 611CCeUOf " "
Ippuiuled at that aalary.
J The Patentee haring died, a COQl-

- ... Sligo .. . .. regulated . Midsum' IIh+ 1 Illiuionl!d Comptroller was placed on


the Establisbment, "ith • wary of
i. 100 I year.

OFFICES comprised in the Act or 4-7 Geo. 3t C. 12, now held under Grants in rever.. ion mad~
before the enactment of that Statllte; and by whom they are so held..

Cl18tomer of Dublin : } Honble. E. Acheson


Wicklow ..
Drogheda ..
Dundalk .. : } Henry Hamilton, Esq.
NeWTY
Searcher .. Wexford .. • { Town'. Lee!!, Ellq.; and
Tho' O. Lees, Esq.
Dublin Hon. R. Clements.
Cork LOI'd Avonmore.
Comptroller Dublin .. : } Rob t Tighe, Esq.
-- Wicklow
Sir Harcourt Lees, Bart.; and
Cork .. { J. C. Lees, Esq.

Custom.House, Dublin,}
W. LE POER TRE~CIL
13th February 18!n.
78.
'.
CUSTOMS. IRELAND.

AN ACCOUNT (so far u the same can be made up in this


Department) of the levtral OFFICES directed to be
Aboliabed. or Regulated. by the Act of the 47 Geo. !,
e. It. which have been 80 aboliahed or regulated; lpeci.
(ying the date oC such Abolition, or Regulation, and
whether lhe Abolition took place in consequence oC Death,
or Religoation oC Office; and stating whelher any of the
01licO:8 comprbed in that Act are now beld under Grantl
in reversion made before the eoactment of lhat Statutt,
and bJ' whom they are so held.

(wkld. by Tb .. Houae of Common.. to lie Priaud,


~6 February 182 1.
(IreIaDd.)
PUBLIC OFFICES.

It.etmus to Orden of the HOllOll1'llble H_ of CoIlUlOllS, dated lath ll111e 18.1 ; _ ftlr at ""Idle ..

The Offices held in Ireland by WILLIAM MAaRABLR, Inspector General. and TaOKAJ
WBTHERALL, First' Clerk ot Imports, PAUL L:a BA•• Examinator of Com Bounties, ami
THOMAS HAFPlJU.D. Clerk in the 08iee of the Auditor of Exeheqw.er; .tatibs .. Amount
of Salaries and Allowances of each PerlOn for each Office, ..d of tile nolo.

(1.)
.. RETURN of all the OSC" held in Ireland by WILLI4M MAJtRABLJt, Inspector General or

l
Iaaparta and &porbl; and THOMAS WXTHBllALL, First Clerk of Impo~ &c.

wm- Marrable Salary - - • - - 00


Parliamentary Grant • .'- £.5250
Allowance for furnishing ACCQUnts}
~ lIolds 110 other Oflice.
to Government • - •
Total Salary and Emoluments • £.850
= -t. •• d.
Thom.. Wetheral1, 1 Salary • - • !100

Imports, ~
Parliamentary Grant !lOO
FUlt Clerk of
Icc. J Gratuity for attending iD die evenings during }
each Sessioa. - - - - -
So

450

Ditto. } For examining the Law Disbursements and }


the BilI. of COlts paid to the Solicitors to
Eumioer of Solicitors the Revenue of Customs and Excise, and for
BilIa. examining the Tots of the BilI. paid to the
.everaJ. Clerb of the Crown • - •

TOTAL •• £.

Note:-THE Parliamentary Grant hu formed a part of the Income of the Inspector General
and hit First Clerk. and their Predeceuors, for many Year. past; and had there been no IUch
Grant, the Salaries would have been fixed at a larger AmoUDt.
Custom House, Dl.ablin,}
w- Ma:rrable.
Inspector General.
19th Jw:re J8!l1.

(2.)
A RETURN of all Officea held in Ireland by PAUL LE Bu, Exammator
of Corn Bount.i8.

Examinatol' of Corn BOUDtiea Salary - £. 300 - - a year.


Allowance or Grant from Parliament !lOO - -
Compensation for 1088 of Fees, purauant to Act of Parliament, g 11 !l 8 f
£.7 11 g 3i

'THIS OfBcer IIt1te1, 'I1lat the oflice of Examinator of Com Bounties was created on the
discontinuance of the premiums paid on Com. Ice. &c. &c. brought by land, canal and coast
aniage to the City of Dublin. That he was, in 1777. appointed Kxaminator of Com Premiums,
,with a Ialary of £.800 a yeID'. having a pant and fee.; and also, that by tlle Act of 1797, which
_ontinued all land, canal and coast bountietl, this officer, who was the E'2:ammator of Com
Premill1X1l, was appointed Examinator of Com BoUDUes. with a wary of £. 300, having a grant
.r £.!loo a year, and compenaation for the 1081 of fees, as directed by the 188t-mentioned Act,
that DO ofIicer -Should be suft'erer by the abrogation of the land, canal and coast bOUDties; and that
he haI, ever'linee 1777. received a grant of £. ~oo every session.
Cutom-Houee, Dublin,} B
, goth June lSn. P. Le Ill.

(3.)-A JitETURN
(IRELAND.)-PUBLIC OFFICE.S. '

..A 'RETURN of .all the Officeaheld in Ireland by THOMU HAJ:'PIJ!:LD, Clerk in the Office
of the AUDITOR of the EXCRBQUJ!B; .taung .the Amount of Salariea and Allowancea
for each Office, and ofthe,wbole.

THOMAS HAPFIELD bolds no other Office in Ireland, or elsewhere, but that of Clerk in the
'Office of the Auditor of the Excbequer, (where he has served Thirty-five years.) HiI Salary is
Four Hundred Pounds j)t!r annum, with an Allowance of Fifty Pounds per annum from the
Auditor General, and Two Hundred Pounds annually v6ted by Parliament for preparing IUch
,parts of the 'Finance Accounts as are required from the Office of the Auditor of the Exchequer,
.making the whole Amount of his Income, Six ,Hundred and Fifty Pounds per annum•

.Exchequer Office, IrellUld,}


-19th June 18lU.
r
(lrelllld.)
PUBUC OFPlCES.

]telUrD. 10 Order. 01 the Hunourable Houe 01 Common.,


dated lSth 1 Will 18tl;_ far .. t'tlGk tII

The Olllces beld in Irel&Dd hy WILLUlII M.lIlR.lBL" hi-


.pector (}eD""", and TBUlIIU WUBIIII ... LL, 6nt Clerk
.1 Imports. P AVL LII BA" E:ulIliDator of Com B"IIDtie.,
and Tllo..... H.rrIIlLD, Clerk in the Ollice of the Auditor
of Exchequer; atating tbe Amount 01 SaJarlea &Dd Allow.
__ ot each Perton Cor eac:h ot\ot. and uC the wbol••

~ ", The Huu\e or ComlDOlll, to H PrirrUd.


25 JU'M 181n.
f
CUSTOMS, IRELAND:

GRATUITIES TO COMMlSSIONERS•

.It. RETURN of the dilFerent SUMS paid as GRATUITIES or othenviset exe1usive of their Salaries,
to the Commisaionel'll of Customs,

From the Year 1784 to the 5 April 1821.

YEAR Ended Lady-Day 1786:


£. ,. d.
Right HonoUllable John Beresford, first commill!lioner, - - - pursuant to the
command of His Grace the Lord Lieutenant, he having at several times gone
to London, at the desire of government, and remained there upon the public
service on which His Maj~ty's Revenue was particularly concerned, at con·
siderable expense, for not less than 200 days - - - • - - 1,137 10 -

Sir Hercules Langrishe. bart. one of the Board, • - - the usual allowance of
5 guineas a day for 67 days be was employed upon .an inspection in the port
and dittrict of LOlldonderry - • - - - - - - - 381 1 :~

YEAR Ended Lady-Day 1787:

Right Honourable John Beresford, - • - allowance of 5 guineas per day for


30 days, on an inspection at Cork - - - - -

D' - - • Do - • - 48 days allowance at 5 guineaa a day while in


Engl.aod, by order of government. upon several mattel'8 concerning the
commercial interest and revenue of Ireland - - - • • !l73 - -

YEAR Ended Lady-Day 1788!

Gervaae Parker BUlhe, esq. one of the Board, • - • beinJ the usual allowance
of 5 guineas a day for 64 days he was out on inspectlOn in the ports and
districts of Wicklow, Wexford, Boas, Naas, Waterford, Kilkenny, and
Youghall 364- -

YEAR Ended Lady-Day 1789:

Right Honourable John Eeresford, • • - usual allowance of 5 guilleal a day


for 16 days on inspection. - • • - - • - - -
D" - • - - Do • - - - for 30 days on do _ - - _ do -

Robert ROtIS, e.". one of the commissioners, - - - 5 guineas a day for 11 days
on inspection at Belfast and Newry - - - - - - - • 6~ 11 3

YEARS Ended Lady-Days 1791 & 179g :

Lord Donoughmore, - - - uaal allowance of 5 guineas a day for 141 days


he was on revenue inspection in lleverai pons of this kingdom - 801 18 9
IllII8c Corry, esq. one of the Board, - - - the usual allowance of 5 guineas
k:;lo::r 1 7 1 _days ~e w~ OD ~llIpe~tion ~ sev:ral p~rt8 ~d dis~ricts .of tb~
97!l 11 ::I

YEAR Ended Lady-Day 1794:

Right Honourable John Beresford, - - - usual allowance of 5 guineas a day


from 3d April to 3d June 1793 • - • - - • • - 3511 III 6

(co7llinued)
2 GRATUITIES TO COMMISSIONERS OF CUSTO;\fS, mr:LAND.

YEAR Ended Lady.Day .1799: . '


£. J. d.
Right Honourable John Beresford. - - - allowance of 5 guineas a day, f.·om I
lI5th October 1798 to lIlId January 1799, attending in London, respecting
the commercial interest and revenue of Ireland 511 17 6

YEAR Ended Lady-Day 1800:

Right Honourable Mr. Commissioner BeresfOl'd, - - - 5 guineas a !lILy for


33 days in England - - - - - - -

YEAR Ended;; January 1814:

Right Honourable Lord CastIecoote, - - - usual allowance of 5 guineas per


day for 5 days be had been at Youghall - - - - - - - 28 8 !}

YEAR Ended 5 January 1816:

Mr. Commissioner Harrulton, - - - usual allowance of 5 guineas a day for


4 days on inspection at Cork - lI2 15 -

YEAR Ended 5 January 1817:

Mr. Commissioner King, - - - usual allowance of 5 guineas a day for 11 days


he was on inspection at Galway - - - - - - - - 6" 11 3

YEAR Ended 5 January 1818 ;


#>
H. Hamilton, esq. one of the Board, - - - usual allowance of 5 guineas n day
for IS days while on inspection at Cork and KinsaIe - - - - - 85 G 3

YEAR Ended 5 January 1819 :

The Honourable Mr. Commissioner Hutchinson, - - - usual allowance of


5 guineas a day for 8 days he was on inspection at Wexford 45 10 -
I

YEAR Ended 5 January 18l1o: I

Honourable Mr. Commissioner Hutchinson, - - - usual allowance of 5 guineas I


per day for 6 days he was at Wexford and Clones on inspection - - 34 II 6
I

Honourable Mr. Commiasioner Hutchinson, - - - uswU allowance of 5 guineas


a day for II day. on inspection at Skerries - - • • • - -
I
11 7 fi
No Payment since, to 5 Aprill8u.

THE Whole of the above paid out of the Revenue, and charged to account of Incidents.

Cuatom House, Dublin,}


!J8th JUDe la!J1. FRA' KIERNAN,
Exam' of Incidents.
/

/ /)'7
,
,I /
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CUSTOMS, IRELAND:
GRATUITIES TO COMMISSIONERS.

.\ RETURN oC the different Sums paid III GaATVITIu or


otherwiae, excluwve of their Salaries, to the Commissioners
oC CustoDIJ; from the Year 1784 to the [) April 1821.

Odtrtd, by The House of Commolls, to be Primed,


~ July 1821.

7'J5·

,,
QU ARANTINE, IRELAND •


Customs, Ireland.

A RETURN, SO FAR AS BELONGS TO THIS DEPARTMENT, dF THE


EST ABLISHMENT OF QUARANTINE IN IRELAND;

S&atiug, The Name of each Pel'&Oft employed recei...mg £. 100 per ammm or upwards, and
the Place where, We AmOllllt er Pay, salary, and Allowatlce'S of every kfnd to eacH Penon;
also, The Contingent Expenses of every kind, at each Place, for the Years 179!3 and 18~o.

• TX

IreLmd.-An Account of the COlfTINGBNT ExPENSES of Quarantine,


fOr the Ye*s 1'199 and 18to~

Year 179!3.

GALWAY: £. 8. d.
Daniel Gdain; S~eyor i :s.m
for e~penaes jncurred in the Tarleton of
Liverpool 8Ild Cerea ot DaI1mOath, from Malap • - - - 5 u 8

LAaBE ~

AlloW8llce to Boitmen aiteridln'g tlie Betaey 3--


George Reade, Surveyor; riiBbunements attending-aeveral Vessels under
Quarantine - - - - - - • - • • - ~ 6-1
Nsway;
Bupemumera., BOBtIIitn fllDpl6yed iB room Of 4 established Boatmen,.
OIl QuarimtiDe Duty, for 78 daye, at 11. each p. day - • • 14 - -
• no ...... 1,.. P'.'''y, elnploped on QllBI'lfIMine Duty for 40 days- - ~ --
1 Tidewaiter' and 4 Soa'tincn; tor watching the Han'nlW, from Leghom,
under Quariu1tine; • 6 d; p. day each - - - - - • 5--
JIWIIlI Carty, half a year" allOW8llce for ~g care of the :Block :RoUSe
8IldM~a1a - - • - •• - - - - 5--
TidewaiterB 8Ild Boatmen employ~ on Quarantine Duty on the Hunter,
from LeghorD, ~ 6 I. p; day e8eh • - - • - - -' 5--
JaDie. Carty, half year's alloW8llce for taking care of the Block House '
and Materi" • - - • - • - - - • I 5--
Usual Allowance to BOatmen attending the Sirah, wider Quarantine 5--

James Cargey, Bill for supplying Officei'll with nece&Saries attendin,


Quarantine at Ki]lough - •

t. 73 17 11'
(~,""d)
2 Q U A RAN TIN E, I RE LA N D; C US TOM S :

Year 18~o.

£. I. d.

Messrs. Patrick aDd Heney, Contractors; for victualling the Cork Quarantine
Barge - - - - - - - ., - - - - 19 1

BALLYRAINE:
Surgeon R. Williams; for Medical Inspection and Report of the Crew of
tile Benaon - - - - - - - - - - • ~ 5 6

BALTIMORE:

R. Swnerville, Surveyor, COJ:on and Boatmen; usual Allowance for the
number of days they were employed attending the brig Eliza, under
Quarantine • 9 !Z-
DO - - - and Officers; usual Allowance for guarding the brig Anne, of
London, and the schooner Waterloo, under Quarantine - - - 14- 17 4-6
Do _ - - for himself and Crew, while attending the sloop Two Brothers,
under Quarantine; usual Allowance ... 8 14- 5
Do - - - Coxon and Boatmen, and Supernumerary Boatmen; usual Allow-
ance guarding the schooner Active, under Quarantine, 16 days 9 19 4-
John Meely, Mate, acting as Pratique Master, COJ:on and Boatmen;
uaua1 Allowance for atteading the schooner Kitty, under Quarantine • 14- ~
9
E. Holmes, Coxon, &c.; uaua1 Allowance for ~ days guarding the
schooner Henry, under Quarantine - - - - - - 115 3
R. Somervi1le, Surveyor of Baltimore, Coxon and, Boatmen; Ulual Allow-
ance while employed watching the brig Elia, under Quarantine - 6 15 11

Do - - - COJ:on and 8 Boatmen, guardiDg the cutter Catherine, under


Quarantine ' (; 18 1 1-1
Do - - - DO - - and 7 Boatmen, guarding the brig Minstrel, under
Quarantine· - - - • - - - - - - 15 2

DO - - - and &e1'eral Boatmen, while guarding the Active, under Quaran-


tine; Wlual Allowance - - - - - - - - - 1 15 !Zt
c. L. Hin~n, Surveyor, Coxon and Boatmen; for 8 days attending the
schooner Rising Sun, under Quarantine, usual Allowance - - - 4- ~ 4-
DO - _ _ DO _. - for the hire of a Hooker employed on the above
occasion - - - - - - - - 3 9 ...
R. N. Somerville, Surveyor; for himself and Crew, while wa,tching the
brig Gratitude and a schooner under Quarantine, usual Allowance - 11 7 (j

BELFAST:
6 Boatmen, usual Allowance of 16. 1d per day each, for ~g days they
were in charge of a vell8e1 under Quarantine. - - - - 9 86
James Quinn, Tide Surveyor; usual Allowance to 6 Boatmen, for u days
on duty iD charge of the Lorenzo - - - - - - - 7 3-
Usual Allowance of 18. 1 d. per day each to 6 Boatmen, for 1!Z days they
were on Quarantine duty iD charge of the Diana and the Thiltle - 3 18
James Quinn, Surveyor; usual Allowance to 6 Boatmen for 15 days, while
watching the Penzance, under Quarantine - - - - - . . 1, 6

KILRUSH:
John Coppin, and Crew of th~ Tarbert Barge, while attending the brig
Dart, under Quarantine - • - - - - - - - 5 1 3f
DO - - - Mate at Scattery and acting Pratique Master; usual Allow-
ance of u. 8 t d. per day, and 6 Boatmen at 18. 1 d. per day, for
'1 days they were guarding the ship Eliza Ann, from New York, under
Quarantine in Scattery ROada - 3 ... sf
KINSALE:
H. P. Masters, Surveyor and Pratique Master, and 8. men; for 1 ~ days
guarding the schooner Laurel, from Malaga - - - - - 6 16 6
J. S. N emmon; for hire of a vessel to guard the above-named schooner - 13 13 -

Cattied forward - - - £. 3+0 ... 71


RETURN OF CONTINGENT EXPENSEL 3 /

L •• d.
Year 18to, - - - Brought forward - 340 4 7'
SLIGO:
Doctor Carter; for examining the health of persoDS OD board the Ocean,
under Qusraatine - - - - - - - - - - 15 6

Ta"LEE:
Timothy Driscoll, Coxon and sundry Boatmen; usual Allowance for sub-
sistence of 11. 1 d. per day for 11 day., while employed guarding the

• brig Neptune from Gibraltar, under Quarantine - - - .- 9 jI-

WATBaI'ORD:

John Roger, Surveyor of Passage; Bill for victualling the Crew of the
barge while employed Oil Quarantine duty - - - - • 4 13 .!2
D· - - - Bill for victualling allowance to Bargemen whUe on duty 7 17 1·

Total, for Year 18to - - - £.

Custom-House Dublin,} FRA: KIERNAN,


18 May t8u. Examiner of Incidents.

Note:-There is not ay Salary or Allowance


of £.100 or upwards per annum, paid out of this
Revenue for Quarantine Duty.
---------------------------------------~

QVARA.m'INlI:, IRELAND.

CastolllS, IrelaDd.

A Returo, so far as beIoags to thlI DepartJllent, of the


EaU'BLIIU.'B"'I.' 0' QV.U411''I.'nI'B in Ireland; st.ting.
The Name of each Penon employed recei-riDg £. lOO per
IIIUIWD or opwvd&, IDd the Place wbere, the AnIount of
Pay. s.w,.. &Dd AllO'trallOel of eYe."., kind to each
Penon; alIo, The COlf'rt1l0 in &:1"8:118'8. of e'lery kind
at acb Place, for the Yean J791IDd 18so.

""d.erld, by The H_ ofCommoIll, to 6, :Priflteti,


8 Jtm818tl.

629.
EXCISE, IRELAND.

AN ACCOUNT OF THE QUANTITY OF MALT PAYING DUTY,

From the 5th January 1791 to the 5th January 1821; distinguishing, the Quantity in each Year;
the Rates of Duty, whether Annual, PermaneDt, or War Duties. (a) aDd the Total Amount of
Duties ill each Year.
-
RATE
YEARS BARBELS. DUTY,

Ended (6) 25th March 179\1 -- 1,216.970


~rB.rrel.

IU. 6d. IriM


£.
15'l,ljtl 5
. ,
,

10
d•

- 1793 -• 1,19 1,85'" .0 1...8.9 81 15 -


- 179... ·- 1.28..,37 8 d" 160,5+7 5 21

-- 1795
1796
--
--
1,9",'1,097
1,197,033
3" 3 d•
5', 3 d•
220,9 85 16
35·.,045 19
-i
... 1
- 1797 ·- 1,'163,1"'7 dO 33',576 3 -I
- 1798 - - 1,190•8 75 dO 3 12,6°'" 17 3
- 1799 -- 1,12...,127 6,. - 301 ,2'", 15 ... f
-
-
1800
1801
·- -- 8...3,90Q
173,63'"
6 •• 6/1.
dO
')87,5 12
56 ,431
11

...
16
91
Three quarters, to 5 January 180\1 -- 'l61l,533 dO 85,3\13 7 9
Year ended do 1803 -- 9 1l O,3 89 dO 999, 12 4 8 11 i

- 180'" -- 905,649 {
6,.6/1.
7', 7 d• } 340.97... 11 61

- 1805 -- 7~5""79 { 7', 7 d•


9" - British
} 323,6d 5 'l!

- 1806 -- 705,U", dO 3...3,74° 11 ... i


- 180 7 -- 7 17,23 2 {
9" - Br.
10', - } 386,018 19 ,
- 1808 -- 6°+,5 61 dO 3~7>470 18 11 6
- 1809 - · '611,019 d" 358,593 17 11
- 1810 -- 753,9 81 d" +08,400 15 7t
- 1811 -· 6",\1,850 do 3...8,\ll0 16 st
- 181\1 -- 683,.....6 dO 37o,1l00 6 56
- 1813 -- 56 2,234 dO 3°+,543 18 1

- 181", -- 756 ,27 1 {


10'. - Br.
13', - } 533,jt55 9 5

- 18 1 5 -- 80"'3'17 dO 566 ,380 8-

- 1816 - - 679.0 18 { 13" -


17" ... d.
Br. } 655,31l7 19 5i

- 181 7 -· ",,,,033 {
17', ... d. Br. }
9" .....
3 89,79'3 '7 9

- 1818 - - 353,081 do 178,501l 8 J I


- 181 9 -- ...5..,131$ dO 1l1l9,591 1 8A
- 1820
·- -- ......3,64 8 dO !.I1l....lltl8 16 3i
- 1821 "'56 •69 1 1"", Br. 39",96 1l 8 8

(a) I am not aware of any special appropriation of any of the Duties of Excise in Ireland. Befill..
the Uuion the principal of them were appropriated to the payment of the Interest on Loansj-sincI
the Union they have been indiscriminately carried to, and formed part of, the Consolidated Fund.
(b) The period of the Irish Revenue Accounts, before the Uniun, wu the !.15th March; lince the
Union, the 5th January in each Year.
JA' VANCE,
!.14th February 181l'. i.x,r of Excae.
Chief Commis6ionera of ExciH.
&c:. &c. &c.
EXCISE. mELAND.
'7

AN ACCOUNT OF THE QUANTlTY OF


MALT

Pa,lng Duty, from 5th JUlua'Y 1'791 to the 5th Jarwar,


18!1 i distinguishing the QUUltity iD each Year; the
Bltt .. of Dut" ",heth" Annul, Permanent. or War
Dvtieaj aDd IblTutal AlJIOuntof Dllciesin ClllCh Year.

Ordered, by The House of CommOlSs, to be Prillted,


5 M.."d 18111.

147·
~ /?/'
...
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E X C I S E. IRE L AND.

(I.)

AN ACCOUNT of the Atnoaat" EXCISE eoUlilcled in the several Dbtrkta of Ireland. in each
Year, eomme~ihg witb the Ye., eaded 5th January 1808, and ending Ob the 5th January 18,,;
together with the AlllOU.bt of INCIDBlfTt deducted from B,uch GrOl8 Amount of Duties in each Year,
ueluJive of Drawbackll and ltcpe.1l»eoCli .180 Wle AIDOUllt of S4L4I.U.S paid to Officera employed
or
ill tbe CoUectilla thia RennM&.

(~.)

AN ACCOUNT or the ESTABLISHMENT and SALAB.IES of Ot1iters employed ill the


CoUe('uon of tlM Dutie. of Exciae ill lrelaod, commencing with the tear 1800, and ending
5th JanulU')' 1811l I aad s,ecifyiDi w.otber an)' I&Dd what alteration baa taken plate ia "be
QIllQbel or deacrip'ioa, or Salarie••

Ordn.-ed, by The House of Commons, to be Printed,


13 JUtUI 18~H.

A
EXeISE COLLECTED IN THE SEVERAf,

(I.)-AN ACCOUNT of the Amount of EXCISE Collected in the It!veral Di~tricll of Ireland, in each Year,
Amouat of hrCID.1fTl deducted from such grots Amount of Duties in each Year, exclusive of DRAWBACKS

Year elided 5th January 1808: Year ended 5th January 18og:

NET EXCISE AmouDt or Amount of NET EXCISE Amoant of Amount of


J)ISTIUCTS. Recei,,~. INCIDENTS. SALARY ReceiY~. INCIDENTS. SALARY
• ner deducting deducted OUI of the Paid to after d~ucti.. deducted ODt of the P.id to
IncideDtL Receipt. OFnCERS. IncidentL Recript. OFFlCF.RS.
" ,

l. d.
I. l. I. d.
,
l. •• d. £. I. d. £. I.
,
d. l. I• d.
Armngla
·· 31,103 13 11 63 1 19 1,790 5 - !a8,840 15 3 35 1 3i ',9!)9 4- 4
Athlone 0
.1 • 17,1g6 14 4 760 10 4 i,...8.f, l!a is !l0,0'l9 15 91 347 9 6 ,,659 I 1I
Baltimore -· 18,535 11 ' It' ~99 6 1I
97' 17 If 10,5'19 1/1 sf 469 -
51 1,54' 13 7
Carlow" - · 67,69S 14 5 ,,0,6
54 8 8 S 6 - 5~,386 3 ~j S81 ~ 41 3""!l~ 4 8,
Cavan . · ",
0 6,601 9 7 :3,3~5 5 71 1,3S~ 1'0 I 8,875 9 sf 1,76 3 7 4i !l,110 10 3
Clonmell' · - 13~,174 15 5i 896 17 6 ,, 189 I' III 74.955 6 -i 1,156 9 6 S,gti5 6 7t
Coleraine 0

· 13,018 7 -i 513 16 5 1,65 8


, 5 81 16,170 ~ 9i 19 1 13' 4i ',79 0 ~ 11
Cort -· ·
--
39!l,84 8 9 -
1,664 7 3,5 11 IS sf 33 1,7!l6 4 si 1,001 10 lit 5,80/1 - -
3 ' 17 9f
DiDgle .' 7,501 I' 6f 1 49 8 I 11 9,301 6 5 5 80 9 3 I,OSI I 10
Drogheda
· 0
If.4,S4~ 3 5 118 7 9 1,'!l3 IS -
39,605 9 7 'O!l 16 '1t
~,006 11 6

.
Dublin, South - 0 60
54 1,3 4 7 4t, 77, 7 8 19,'57 -t
-
la 51 4'18,37~ 3 81 Bg,og5 15 101 3M69
17,168 7 8i 1,4S~ 16 6t 4.356
7 8i
Dublin, North ~ ~3""33 S 101- 6!l1 5 2,55' !l 6 IS
DDudWk' · -
;
5i',t86 11 31 !l,093 16 8f 1,4!l4- 10" gi 49, 81 7 18 , 18 3 13 8 !l,,'78 13
5
6f
EnDia . · · .,508 li 8i
..
,8~ 18 5 1,040 10 - 8,755 6 si 664 11 10 !l.s89 18 81
Foxford'.' - · IO,!i4615 6f 195 11 llf 1,093 9• 19,544 Ill' 4f 176 16'! S* 1,761 9 3
Galway'.'
·- i4,908 18 3f 7 8 14 9 893 11 10 17,305 IS 4 9~ 18 11 1.44 1 10 -
KilkeD1IY · 0
S3.08 7 8 6 153 16 ,I 1,!l59 19 li 19,~14 5 36 178 10 8 !l,176 11 7
Ki'naale ~ - 0
10,834 5 11 105 15 11 966 9 -t 11,884 5 -f 139 3 7' 1,4 13 16 9
Limerick - 0
......6~ - I 96 , ~ 31 1,497 -
8i 68,05~ 6 11f 118 14 !If !l,579 15 ..:
Lilbume 0
"
- ~.441 -
If 15+ IS 5 0
1,5 7 3 9 63.705 11 4t !l45 13 8f ',933 10 10
LoridoDderry- u,596 4' 3t 863 19 8 ',17 1 19 sf '9,6~1. 195 35 8 9 71 3,176 7 s
Loughrea
·- 8,6415 tl 3~ 313 16 ~ 1,375 11 Sf 25,099 10 8 777 3 4i !l,092 4 10
Maryboro'
Mallow
·· 86,1i)' 19 111
~o,'J4' It
977 14 4i
300 3 41
" I '7 18
1,505 13 10
- /17,5 80 - 3f869 14 8
5 19 14 -t
3,735 16 3
2,68!l I' lot
0 0 0
3 '9,337 7 51
Newry 0

· 0
43,~1' 19
-
- IG8 8 I 746 6 9 43,800 19 6{-, 139 10 101 1,...00 ... 3
Sligo 0

·· , 1,!a5S I1 51 1,!aSy 4 6 !a,070 18 101 19,796 18 -11


1,015 11 11 3,"+ 16 7
Strabane ' 0

· 10,153 5 4t 868 8 81 1,36 7 5 31 1',537 ·7 6! '34 I 10 ~,374 la 31


Sb'aDgford • 0
u,Gll5 4 ,t 17~ 6 si 99 8 17 3 18,6!l' 1 7& 85 11 11 1,683 10 ~

Trim - 0

· 13,7119 10 7 ',655 5 10 1,858 16 31 14,94 1 19 9 118 8 si 3,~og '19 3i

.,-
Waterfurd • 'l8,749 , 5 I 6t 10 - 1,149 14 la'1 3!l,973 16 9i 330 I' I I,&gg 7 'It
Wexford 0
15,057 '7 9t 155 4 lot ~,361 1& 101 60.871 16 61 35 8 6 7 3,608 ... 41
Wicklow
Yougball
0

0
0

0
10,~'l3 4 :I
~+'&sl 17 9
18 7 14 71
149 17 4
1,079 17 6
1,340 5 91
16,6511 3
!l0·984 5 6f
- !l44
16,
-- 9
6
1,9 17
',180
'S -
'7 9
- " --

TOT.ltl • · 1,gc,li,500 3 101 gS,6g6 14 lot 68.355 5 5 1.688,855 4 11 1(>4.7 0 7 , fii ' 17·5°9 18 8
, -

N. B.-Thil Account il made up from tbe earlil'lt period tbat the books of thia office will allow, as prior to
6th January 1807 tLe Accounts were kept jointly with thOlt of Customs.
DISTRICTS ,0.1", IB.J!:LAND;, 1807-1 Sao. 3

commeac:illg with the Year ended 5th JalIuary 1808, and eoding on the 5th of January Ihl ; together with tb.
and Re'payments; also the Amount OfSALA'lUU paid to Officers employed iD the Collection of this Revenue •
.
Year euged stbJaDual)' 1810: Year ended 5th Jauuary 1811 :

NET ltXCJSE Am!lllDl of .A.moantof NEr EXCISE Amount of AI1IQIIQt of ,


INCIDENTS. SALARY ReeeiMd, INCIDENTS. SALARY Dla:rJU~Ts,.
Rtceived.
after dNUCting dedllcted out of tile Paid to after d t!dllCltUlS dt!docted OIIt of the P-.idto
lllCideDta. a-i~ OFFICEBS. lac:idenb. Bect'ipt. OFFICEBS.
, .
£. ,. d. £. I. 11. l. I. d. l. ,. d. £. I. d. l. I. ,fl.
"3..... 1 17 4 577 7, - 3,°51 14 G ~775 9 8j 967 9 3 '.I,9fx> 3 - Arm~~
17,756 I\) si '.186 18 - '.I,GSf ~6 8 ~658 18 8i 1,034 1'.1. 8f .i,4PP '.I 11 Ath,lontl.
11,844 13 3 577 4 41 1,648 7 6 11,330 4 71 450 11 7 1.5PQ 1~. !J Ba1.tiDlQre.
s8,745 18 8t 675 14'·,5t 3,5U 8 sf 37,159 6 8i 694 7 41 3,5n ,3 + Carlow~ ~'. "

5.6 19 13 81 1,557 1'.1 tl '.I,S7 t


9 11 5,7+0 16 91 t,5+1 10
$' !l,sg6 18 3 CavAD. ., , ,
8!l.339 IS st 1,15'.1 16 s1 3,9g8 17 7i 70....'.15 1 4t 1,535 .5 I1t 3. 873 '1 10 Clonme1L .,
140733 6 !i 6+1 3 lof S.693 l8 10 140879 4 9i 787 16 Jof 9,61'.1 5 - Coleraia,,~ '. ... i
93. 83' 17 10 1.137 IS -t 6,lS5 .7 5 t53,47'.1 4 10 ~,370 17 d 6,115 . I g 9ork. ~ ,I" i

lo,S8+ , ut 5S61O 61
1,3'3 16 3 9,0'.10 1+ 71 4'.10 4 61 J>+~+ 13 11 Diaale•

..,
,',I!

'.I3J.47.lS 16 lIi 596 1 3


'.1,051 3 si 90.944 17 41 S36 I) si .~,7~8 ~+ 5t Drogh,~ '" .
'to,747 16 Of 95,'.I3S 15 li 38•664 7 lit +03.95'.1 15 ' i p 8t458 15 91 39,t79 5 81 D~liD) SouLh. I

10,8116 13 101 1.'.141 17 11 ....397 5 13.836 - 6 sf 1,76+ 19 1 ........ 7 ,g .5! DllWiIlt No~.
,o,gCio
+'309
13.....f9S .,
1
8 '1:
Jot
-I
sit D 4
41'1 ~t I.
J1,'.I7 8 G sf
'.1,8 5 6£
St6 3 11
5St945
11,005
.1,815 5 -t 11,410 8
17 lot
13 -f
-i
.. 347

538 3

3 84 - 111
81

-I
'.1,'.183
",'.Ip7
~,8S8
n 8f
-
"'7
4
8
DUDdallt,
EnDia..
Foxrord,
,


10,77 8 5 5 33'.1 17 -f 1.460 -- 10,500 10 +t . S37 IB 10 I~S ,J 4: Ga~wa1' .. ,
"1.5 0 3 4 91
11.5911 5 S
'157 15 11
13'.1 IG 8
S,lS0
.....70 .0 3i
I 8 19.19'1 18 11
11,117 11 li
+6t '4. 5
163 3 4i
'1.s60
It4fO 15, !l
- - .Kilketl81·
KiUl8le.
I

:
48.7QO 15 9 59 8 15 '.11 '.1,7 86 7 6 Bg,374 15 81 384 18 7 ' 1.9!0 ~S 10 Lim~"
35.591 19 6. 3S 8 '1 91 ',937 4 n SS.613 11 4i 5$' 3 sf s,'C?' ,8 6 .l..iaburae.
~.173 3 11 . 1,774 13 lo! 3,S13 9 - t2,807 - 9i 1,543 8 3i 3"SI u ti Lo,!~ury" I
10.673 11
~Ig
1.
sf
179 19
995 11
If:
lo!
,'.1.0473 17 9
3.795 8 11
1'.1,175
5'.1,0'.15 71
8
6
lot 1,5'7
1.090
• s1
~
7i ,IMO 11,.,0
3.~80 IS ...£
Lough~.
,Marr90ro' ~ .:
...f If
•,
'.16,971 18 1 611 10 '1,747 8 '~7,7(j6 3 1I 647 16 .9.,7 17 17 1~ MUlow., ,
to,889 18 ~ t.99 1....33 9
7
'.I '40311 10 101 J59 11 t 1.546 ',IA- '.I Nur".. . .
~

.15.'+9
17,18...
5 101
S 10'
905 18
3G6 6
1
sf
3.140 -
't4'.19 14 91
6 16,000 5- 6f
14>465 SI '1
954 19
+94 15
3i
sf
30448 17
1.306 .16
...
51
Sligo•
Strabaue.
1
;.

·,,'1SO 11 '.I 38o IS 'I .1,70 5 9. 6 15,049 '.I 81 3 19 '1 -l 1,6B, -i Straasford. ,
.'~l ~ If 1,107 111 3.175 IS 3 1~5Sl3 18 71 1,117 -lof .,.q+
.""
, 8 sf Trim.
~9.010 6 8_ 37t .8 8 1.g60 16 3 3 1,08+ 9 '.I +10 I t -i s.016 -·.sf Waterford.
6'J,m 15
13.Mig 10 .sf.* 5+8 15
'l31 8 5,
lof 3.... 7 CS 41
1.887 IS 1
50,967 1.6
11.845 la 6l
7 579 ••
3s6 u
sf
If
,s.5SCS 17 ~
1.938 3 1'1>1
Wexfotd.,
WicU~)V•.

·',073 9 7t 1143 s 'l t,188 .1 6 ~'99 17 11 uo 4 8 t,l.S.l 5 10 YOIII~ll. , j

997,·39 15 81 115,134
I,
18 lo! 1t3.959 J7 ~. .....8+,749 16 11 11l.,571 '4 .et !~'40 • 91 TOT.I..S. .
,
EXCISE COLLErI'ID IIf Till: 8EVltBAL

( •• )--T4e Account of the Amount of Excise

Year .n4ed 5th Jaauary .8.'1: Year eOlled 5 tll JUlUIU')' • 8, S :

NIT BXCIIE Amoautol AmoalU of NET EXCISE A_to( AlIIOCl1lt of


DISTRICT .. :n.ceiMCl, n;cmJ:NTS SALARY Receift4. INCIDENTS SALARY
after ."octinl doItune4 .,., of the Paid to aftet' dedoetiDl deduc:led wl 0( OlD l'.id 10
ItteWeotL 1Wceipt. OFFICERS. IacickntL Receipl. OFfiCERS.

£. I. tl. £. I. d. £. I. tl. £. I. d. £. I. tl. £. I. tl.


Armagh .. · 37,.5!a 5 «Si 3,~S+ .7 '1 3,0ll3 .S 3i +',5'· s 31 ·,9+4- 0 11 2,g+8 8 si
Athlone- · .. .6,939 ., +i 3,937 .6 lit 'l,9'2-3 .3 I '1·,567 .0 .J 2,.59 10 4J 8,037 - +
Baltimore -· .~,Soo .S +1 +5. It 3t .,6'l0 • 8 9,89· 7 101 5$7 ,8 .o! .,6~8 5 -
Carlow· -- 61,3+7 .S .04 85 6 • +f 3,5 2 9 9 7 +6,.06 7 sJ
3,'136 .... -i
,Ba s 9i 3,9'7 7 Sf
Cavan --- ..357 .s 6 5,8'7 .7 5t 'l,3'l7 • 8 6,966 - '1 ,,.,8 .0 5
CloDmtilt --
..
5 lJi
s6,6~5 11 S,9'9 5 e~ 6'l,083
1,669 9 +1 1,+27 7
'1,8+2 , .ot
ti - 3,933 .6 5
Coleraifte -
.'1,01 3 7 6i ',537 .+ If 'l,808 7 'l! 9,8+7 .5 1
6,
3,015 5 .0
,
Cork - .- -. 35 1, 80 3 + 5i .,.5 8 ·7 5 0,03+ 5 383048+ .8 II~ +,15 0 5 7 6,i72 .Ci
Dingle - 12,0.8 7 11 7'10 7 9 .,'134 .9 '1 10,681 .5 2 578 9 8i 1,663 I ·t
Drogheda - -
111,6·3 ·7 S
Deblin, 80ath - +'13,606
Dublin. !forth .. ·S,7 85 1 'i
s .. 346 '0 6}
.06,154- +.,036
·,5'+ 11 ·t ..........'l 11 1
.,
1,8go 5 91 +1#3 - Hj
- 9 9t 4 9,787 5 9i
8
13,368 '7 7t
707 1+ 3f,
109,6'9 + 9t
',+6s 10 it
••9 86 1+ -i
+9,6S6 I +
S,87 6 6 .0
Dundalk -· 80,7'lt 1 7ft '1,913 16 1,37' 17 -
IS 0
5 ,+65 3t .,++9 .0 7i • Q,.19 10 7
EnD is - - .. .. 9,30 3 17 + 'l,'lg6 ·7 -6 '1,181 .6 9
8t
8,97 0 7 8 1.974 10 Rf 'l,3 81 ·s 10
Foxford.
· •• ,081 1 5 '1,3+8 .0 ., 110 3
..+ 8 19,833 7 3i 2,888 18 7
s. 1,910 9 'l

Galway .. --
Kilkeany - -
'10,0+11 .t 21 ·~5 sf ·,515 ·5 sf 13,7 1 7 ·7 'lh 6 lOA ·.479 1 8
u,659 .0 9 'lgo •• 11 a,s,1 3 10 • ....5+9 .0 -t +7 6 6
• 'l,21 5 .'1 9
Kinsale - - .. 11,61 ••• 9t ·a 8 5 9t .,.16 .6 + 9,116 11 -I +4 8 (i
3 1,39+ •
5
Limeriek --
..
.0.... 7·5
.... si 80~ .3 .ol 3.0 .9 5 4f 115,g8. 10 111 .,096 8 3 3,1+4 .$ 9
Lisbun!te · 46,3 08 J9 5 755 3 96 3, .3'1 10 91,G18- -! • 7S5 • ,* 'l,9 17 11 -
LoDdendm'y - 18.+5 8 • .! 8,~3 3 6! 3,~86 3 sf +5,755 9 sf 6...." •8 3,493 18 -
Loughrea

Mallow -
--
Marybol'G' - ·
-.. -..
'+,+47 .0
85,2.5 . 9
31,756 It
3t
sf
7
2,3'1 1 ·S
.,t53
545
. 7.
a
3f
-f
'l,559
3,61 5
'1,'5 0 5

...
91
'l
-
t3,1.62 .7 7.
"'9,81 5 7 .0
'l8,.'l8 7 ~
.,U5
.,'lt3 +
+40 6
1 61
8I
91
'2,67 6 8 7
3.7 86 8 +
'l,gI6 9 11
Newry - ++03·7 7 ...1 'lO6 7 7 ·,511 5 - 5 t ,i93 + 7t 3 11 17 6 ·,5+4 9 1
Sligo --- .8,910 7 -t 6,8~3 7 'l 3,5 0t C) 9 8.761 3 If 6,533 18 9i 3.693 - -f
Strabue -- .3,435 .6 .0 3,663 .'1 8 2,.03 • 61 8,59 1 11 'It '1,957 ·7 7 2,459 !l 5
Straogford - -
Trim .
.5,.35 18 10 5 1+ 7 3i .,696 s 6 ·5,'113 8 3 '9 6 16 91 1,7+· - -
·- .1,793 - si S,'lO+ 8 l1i· 3,OI'l p 4f 13,30 • 8 'll .,686 1 5 3,3 2 5 8 gf
Waterford • - 3'l,979 .7 71 33.... all ~,085 5 - 5o.7~7 9 9 136 I') 6 2, 069 S 2
Wexford - - ' 86,179 .8 7 i6+ '? 9 3,.U 5 3 5'l,333 1'1 71 787 II 8t 3,59'1 18 .0
Wicklow - - I' ,1156 6 91 t6'i 10 +1. J,999 ·S li .'l,678 -+ '7 6 '1 IIj l,81lS ·5· 3
YoagbaJl -- '3,'116 18 9l 16+ 6 9 'l,'75 5 - tl,6"'7 11 71 355 14 'l '1, .35 5-U

TOTALI - - 1,678"79 15 sf .f6,ft6 I 10 1~8,541 10 st 1,856,708 , ·01 I05M7 .1 9i .38,~ 6 '1


lUST&TC'lS 'OF ItELANIl); rl60V-182O". 5

:
Y-.r eD4ed 561 hnaary .114-: Year eDcled sth .lIll1D1lJ'1 tarS: ,

Nm' .EXCISE AmoIl11t <if AmoUllt of NBT·:UCISE A_tlif A'MIuat fit I


i DUTaICT6.
:8illceind, INC1DENTS, SALAB.Y Ae.eei.ed, IN~ SALARY
,
an. a.aaeWlI ded.ted oat or .... Paid 10 after deduc:tin, d,dllOtr.d ODt of tbe Paid to
~
IAcide.Rtl. ~ipt. OfFICERS. Joddedll. Beceipt. Of'liICIM.

,
,.
d,i04
£. &. d.
9 71 1,980 18 !)
£. d. £.
3,0" 5 ut
I •. d. £.
5~,"3
I,

-11
·d. £.
1,647
I.
, 3i d. £.
3.4° 11
•• d.
8 Armagh,
10"30 .gu 4tS~8 11 11 Q,8f.4, 9 9 H,545 17 9 3.7 81 15 8t! : '1,779 19 8, Athlone.
7,371 &6 si 405 5 9t 1,517 ,,+ n 6.tSl 16 91 60 8 "/ 4 '1,394 10 - Bahimon!.
.7,oh ,6 6t 68' a 6 'S,9 11 14- I' ea.S78 It si 116 4- 5 S,118 4 e Carlow.
. . . 7.80S I t u ~,5.8 ., ~ - - -1 7,650 S 6) t,49 1 5 - CllVan.
dt~·+ I» 91 l,tG8 5 ui ...,O'S 11 S tM175 10 1 0 lJ.,"40 1,,/ 51 3,~7 15 '5 CI<1l1mell.
5,.'3 8 3i 1,966 l' CS
It
'l,9 t 4 - 10 6,754 5 4i 1,799 If tt 3,0'15 5 '1 Cotersine.
3123,IS9
'5,Q83 , lit
I'

9f
3,45 1 7
30& 9 .O!
6,807 '1
',4G9 13
I

4-
487. 126 14- I
4.d1 5 IS 4
6.,'0
i13
r~
15
-t
1I
7.agl
1.+63
7 7
5 -
Cork.
Dingle.
38.0'14 18 91 609 ,. ltl 9,ot' I 8 1 ...... 5 IS + '15 6 3 l,gt9 1 8 Drogbeda.
605. tlO 4 - 99,17 8 9 6 't9.5S' 1 5* 84!l,5 1 7 9 113,193 "'6 ~ lot 50.~7 It 11 Dehtib. SOIith.
11,d63 '5 Sf 1,-1.45 5 st '3,974 I 3 1+,125 18 si ' 1....50 "/ • 3.t,... I 3 'DltbliJl, North.
5 0 •104 I ' 61 '1,118 g ui '!'J.388 15 - 8!1,.of.7' 1+ 91 !I.t56 s t ~,t# I, 11 DttbdaB:.
5,5,1 1 9t 1,51' S '1 'l ....oS I t - 8,Ht 11 111 1.047 15 11 'l,sd - 10 Ennis.
8"50 • 71 2,71'1 .. l6i 1,st3 17 IS 7,146 CiA1
" -.!
S. fi 7 8 S '.1 !I.l? 8 sf 'Foltford.
18,013 16 5 55'1 18 3 1,564 IS 4- '14,ltg 8 1 93 1 19 1O 1,579 7 6 'Galway.
15,111 16 lit 516 ' ... l i t t,3'S 13 3 '17,'t9 18 11 868 + 91 '1,355 10 + Kilkenny.
8,ot7 11 lIi 309 3 36 1,S7S 5 9 7,'.7 11 61 S80 5 !If I,$lh 11 8! KinsaJt.
J<Og.f!l9 1 11& 1,906 4 91 3,15 8 8 !l 15!1.lJSt t + !I.513 11 1-1 S,'+3 19 ,i Limenek.
tg,885 •• 61 8to III lot 8.016 '7 9 'Y3,S.5 11 -I 1, 185 6 11 3.&!6 t 6 Lisblll1le.
5!1.S6g J 9 6.750 !I u>f 3,6,. 8 I, '1., 81 9 1 7i 7,35 0 I ~f 3,5'11 IS lit Loftdoodeny•
9.,13 •• 9 '.47'.& .0 6! g,+fto t st u,S68 14 +! !I.IIS3 IS !If 2,543 5 4 Loogbtea.
48,557 11
'17.'137 11
10

5
',59+ I
717 , 11

5
3,P...5 '5
'1.9" - -
S 95,1;28 19
117.4*5 U
\l~
li
1>4+8 10
.,063 17
'It
-
5.891 I§ 10 Maryboro'.
!I,~83 3 7 Mallow.
50,847 I 8i 5'+ 16 7f 1,513 10 - I11G,36+ 1l .51 Iso 17 11 J.S(H 11 - Newry.
!l,S I 7 5 7! 8.7S!l 7 71 3,895 5 6 8.11+ 14 li 8.'774- 8 lot 3.108 3 !It Sligo.
559 - 3 3,'J.07 14 gf 'J,586 5 - 3.0+8 11 61 S.1 0 3 6 73 !I,SS6 5 - Strabane.
10,166 15 7 3t 5 S 8 1,739 18 B 15,518 It s! 4,6 10 7f I,S81 7 6 Strangford.
' ..... 15 8 6 - 11.°76 1 8 3.'J.84 '4 'J. 15.Gg6 18 It 99+ 1'1 61 3.33~ S 11 Trim.
6+,052 '7 l,i 'lOS 17 6 ~.o66 8 4- 43,18+ 19 It :l4 8 6 3 !I,137 It 6 Waterford.
89,6tl 1 \l 67'J. 11 3 3,6h IS 9 103,.9'J. 9 !It 7'l8 It !I 3,771' 10 - Wexford.
9.854 6 'J.f Si7 5 7 l,5,t 16 8 10.lJ86 4 si '79 tfl I ',968 1'1 + WicklO'lli'.
.
17,703 S 6f 519 g It 'J.,dG 'S 10 19,"°6 + 5f 1117 8 6 ~,t21 4 7~ YonghaH.

1,853,47' 10 ~R 160>90+ 19 Io! 199,0'74 19 -f 2,621.0.6 18 'J.i • 80,755 - -t 1+°,35' ·7 - TOTALI •

8
I
,~

ESCr81: COLLErI'ID Ilf Till: SEVERAL

(1.)--TM Account of the Amount of Exeiae

Year .n4td 5th Jaauary 18t~: Year eoftd St1t J1.I1I1I1I)' 1Ba 3 :

NKT EXCISE ~tol AmoaDt o( NXT EXCISE A_tol Amoa.t of


D18TRI~TI. BectiMd, :n;cmI:NTS SALARY Receift4. INCIDENTS SALAB.,Y
Ilfter .tMta.ting delhadtMt RC o( the Paid to afler dedocliDg ded ucted OIIt of lilt! Paid 10
IttaWeotI. l*eipt. OFFICEBI. IKidetl. Receipt. OFFICI".B$.

£. I. d. t. I. d. t. I. d. t. I. d. t. 8. d. t. 8. d.
Armagh -- 37,+5!l 5 CSj 3,~S+ 17 ~ 3,0113 13 3~ +'·5 i l 5 3' 1,9+4- (; 11 2,948 8 si
Athlone-
· - 16,939 19 +!
Baltimore - - 1'1,3 IS +1
00
3,937 18 lli
+5 1 l ' 3i
~,~3 13 !l
1,6'l0 I 8
'11,56 7 10 1~
9,80 1 7 10,
2>+59 10 +1 3,037
5S7 18 IO~ 1,6~8 5
+ -
-
Carlow - - - 61,3+7 13 10! 85 6 I +1 3,5 29 9 7 ~,lo6 7 3~ 781 S 91 S,9'7 7 3t
Cavan - - - 4->357 11 6 S, 8S7 17 si ~,3!t7 1 8 3,~36 14- -i 6,966 ~- ' .... 18 10 5
ClonmtllJt - · 36, 6155 5 lJi 1,669 9 11 3,9 19 5 83 6~,083 {) 4j 1,+'7 -
7 3,933 16 5
ColeraiM · - IS,0'3 7 6i ',537 14- It ~,808 7 2i 9,8+7 15 I '1,8+~ t lot 3,oS5 5 10

Cork - - - 35 8,80 3 + 51 1>+5 8 17 5 6,03+ 5 61 383048+ 18 JI~ +,15 0 5 7 6,in 10 ,


Dingltl •
·· 1'1,018 7 JI 7'10 7 9 1,'23+ 19 ~ 10,681 15 2 9, 578 81 1,663 t It
,
Drogheda · ·
ru,6.s 17 3 3+6 '0 6t 1,8go 5 9f +1,+63 - 1I~ 7P7 14- 3fl 1,9 81) 1+
I

,
DabIiD,8oath - +~3,606 11 5 106,154- 16 +1,036 - 9 9t 489,787 5 9i 109,61 9 + 9f 49,636 +
Dublin, MM'th • 13,7 85 8 si 1,51+ 1l If +t4+~ 11 I 13,368 17 7t
1,+6S 10 lil s,876 5 10
Dundalk
. · -
-- 60,7~t 71 •
~,9'3 16 s,37 1 - 17 6 50 .+65 I si 1,+49 10
1,97+ 10 Rf
76 Q,+19 10 7
Ennis 9,303 17 + ~,~g6 17 -6 ~,I8J 16 9 8,97 0 7 8 ~,381 15 10
Foxford.
··
Galway .. · ·
1+,081 I 5
~0,0+8 l'I
~,3+8 10

~I
1, 110 3
'~5 ..
8t
si
+
1,515 15 sf
8 19.833 7 si
'13,,17 17 31
~,888 18 7
'1h 6 lob
1,9'lO
1,+79 7 8
9 'l

KilkeJIDY · · u,659 10 9 'li)o 11 11 2,t9 1 3 10 1+,549 10 -t +7 6 6 1 ~,215 u 9


Kinsale - · - 11,611 1+ 9i 13 8 5 9t 1>+16 16 + 9,116 11 -I
11.
+48 /i 3 1,39+ I 5
Limerick
Lisbunle · -
-
· 10+,7'5 14- S~
.4.6,308 J9 5
80~ 13 10!

755 3 96
3.01 9 5
3,13'1 10
4f
-
115,981 10
97,G18 1 -!
1,096
7SS
8
1 7.
3 3,1+4 l~ 9
'1,917 11 -
LoDdcmdtrry · 18>+58 I 11 8,093 s 6. 3,s86 3 3t +5,755 9 51 6>+77 1 8 3>+93 18 -
Loughrea ·- '+.++7 10 3i ~,3'11 15 3' ~,559
, 91 !l3,1.6g 17 71 1"~5 I 61 'l,676 8 7
MaryboM' • · 85,'115 - 9 si 1,'l53 u -f 3,61 5 ... ~ +9, 81 5 7 10 1,~~3 + 81 3,7 86 i +
Mallow· · - 31,756 1'1 7 545 » 7. ~,750 5 - ~8,+~8 7 ~ ....0 6 9t ~,916 9 1I
Newry • -- +4,3 17 7 +1 ~ 7 7 1,511 5 - 5~,1ig3 + 7t 3 11 17 6 1,5+4 9 J
Sligo --· 18,910 7 -t 6,8~3 7 ~ S.5 0'l 9 9 8,76 1 3 It 6,533 18 9i 3.~3 - -i
Strabane -· 13,+35 16 10 3,663 u 8 2,40 3 1 61 8,59 1 11 ~f ~,957 17 7 ~,+59 ~ 5
Straogford - - 15....35 18 10 51+ 7 St 1,6g6 5 6 15,'113 8 3 ~96 16 9i 1,7+ 1 - -
Trim . · - 11,793 - sI s.~+ 8 Ill, 3,01~ 9 +t 13.301 8 ~l 1,686 1 5 3,3~S
9i 8
Waterford • - 9~,979 17 71 334- 8 11 ~,o85 5 - 50,7~7 9 9 136 l'i 6 ~,069
3 'l
Wexford - - 86,179 ,8 7 i6+ '1 9 S>+2'1 5 3 5~,333 1!l 71 787 I1 8t 3,sgs 18 10
Wicklow · - 11,856 6 9i s6'j 10 ...6 J,999 15 If: 1'1,678 - + '7 6 '1 lit 1,8'15 15- 3
Yoaghall · · '13,~16 18 9t 164- 6 9 ~,J75 5 - tI,6+7 11 71 355 If ~ ~,lSS 5-U

TOTA.LS • · 1,67 8>+79 15 si Jf6.ft6 1 10 1~8,5+1 10 8. 1,856,708 , lot 16St497 11 9i '38,4)06 6 ,


DfSTatC'lS 'OF ItELANID; dfloV-'l82O". 5

Y1IIr eatled s1I1lhmaary , .... +: Year eacled '5th iJlIIla&r1 • its.; ,,

NEI' .EXCISE AmaIlDt <if Amollnt ol NBT,UCJlE AlllllWlltllf .'1Willlt 01 I


i
mcwiN'l'S, DUTaICTtL
lIeceiftld.
after a.dac:ti.Dg
INCIDENTS,
dedHted INIt oftbe
SALARV
Paid to
Jleftind.
after deductin, d.ch,ctMoal QCt"
SALARV
Paid to
.
i
IGcidulta. aeceipt. OI'IllCERB. IDCidelJtl. Beceipt. Of'liICOS.

L &. l. £. I. J. £. ,. ,l. £. I. ·d. £. I. d./ £. I. d.


~8,i64 971 '.9eo I1 ~ ,3,0" 5 ui 5~,"8 -11 1,647 cl 8i 8,4° 11 8 Armagh.
]0"30 tU ,"",5!t8 1& It
si s
2,89+ 9 9 H.545
6,'13 1 16
l' 91
9 3,7 81 15
, 8t! ,''2.179 19 8· Athlone.
-
7,87· 16 405 9t 1,517 "4 H 60S + '1,394 10 1lahimore.
.7,01. 6 6t 6!' a 6 I' &l,S?S si 816 3.'18 4 fI Carlow.
. . . '.803 n 11
,.9 11 14
~,S.8 ·fi ~ - .
III
~
4- 5
7,6so S 6t 'l,49 1 5 - Cavan.
91 s lJ..?4° 17 si
64.414 9
5,,,,3 • si
l,~G8

1,966 ., u!
5
fi
!.t,9'4 - 10
....0~3 11
6.754 5 4!
1I5,97S 10 loB
t,799 It 'It
3,~7 15 '5
3,M5 5 ~
Clcmmell.
Coteraine.
3'13.139 17 .. f
, 13.+5' 7 6,Sa, 7It 487,1'l6 14- 1 • 6,7 10 16 -t 7,CSgl 7 7 Cork.
5.0 83 91 30& 9 lol 1,+fi9 Ig 4- +,61 5 IS + 113 15 11 1.t63 5 - Dingle.
38,0'14 18 91 60g ,. lIi ~,o" I 8 'H.U5 IS 4 f.S G 3 ' 1.,'19 1 8 DJ'f)gbeda.
- ,
605,110
11,663
4- 99,.7 8 9 6 409,55 f
IS Sf 1,445 5 '3,g74- st
I
5! 8+'l,5 1 7 9 IlIIi 113. 1'93
3 14,1'l5 I1 si 1,4SO ,
'.I 101 5°.'%07 It 11
1 3,!74 I S
Deblm, SOII'tb.
Dllblib, North.
50,10+ I' 61 '2,188 t 111 '!J,S" 15 h,+7G •• '1t 'l,t56
- S ~ IJ,S# .7 11 Dundalk.
5,5,1 7 ri 1,5 ' 5 '1
1 'l040S I t 8.44!1 I1 11 1 - 1,047 15 11 'l,S~8 - 10 Ennis;
8,150 , 71 'l,7"~ 11 tii 1,883 ,., fi .,,846 I Cit S.67 8 S 111 'l.t?1 8 si Foltford.
18,oIS 16 5 557 18 3 1,564 a8 4 !l+.t.g 8 -t 931 Il) 10 },579 7 6 'Galway.
15.111
8,ot7 '7
16 Ilt
lit
5 16 '4 l i t t,S'5 IS :3
s~ s 3i
!l7,"9 18
1,573 .5 9
11 568
7.".7 11 61 S80
4
5
9i
ll!
1),355 1O

Ki11r.enuy.
1,$451 11 8t Kinsahl.
I09.'!19 1 86 1,g66 4 9i :M,5 8 8 'l IS'l,65'l t 4 'l,513 11 11 3,f43 19 7' Limerick.
83,885 IS 6! 8to U lot S,o?~ '7 9 '93,5·5 ,. -i 1,185 6 11 3,~6
• 6 Lisburae.
5'l,S6g 9 I 5,7iG ~ lot 3,6,. 17 g 7 1,8'9 , 7i' 7,3S o I :Sf 3,,5'l1 IS ul Londouderry •
9,'13 lit 9 1>47' .1> 6! !1,41S0 • si 1'l,S68 14 4' 'l,tSS IS III ~,543 5 4 LoQgbtea.
+8,557 11 10 5l)4 1 M~4.5 9S,6'l8 1l) 'l6 I.H8 10 'It 3,891 ,~ 10 Maryboro'.
I' -
I t 11 t5 5
"l7,'l37 I1 5 777 7 5 'l,g" - - '17,4.S ''1 Ii' 1,063 ~,,8S 3 7 MaUo\V.
59,'47 I 8! 5'4 16
, 71 7t 1,513 10 - 1'l0.364 11 51 .go '7 11 1.501 17 - Newry.
'l,5 I , 5 7f 8,7S'1 8. 895 5 6 8,184 14 11 8,'114 8 loi S,808 3 'll Sligo.
559 - S 3,'l07 J4 ,
'.Ill. 1l,586 5 - 3.0+8 II 6i 3,IOS 6 7~ ~,SS6 5 - Strabane.
10,166 -S 7 S"5 S 8 1,739 18 8 15,5 18 -, si 4,6 1O 7t 1,581 7 6 Strangford.
14> 15 8 (I - '1,°76 1 8 3.'l8+ '4 'l ls.iS96 18 li 99+ 17 6i S,3:S~ t 11 Trim.
6 ...,05:1 17 ti '103 17 6 1l,066 8 4- 43,t8+ 19 1~ :34 8 6 3 'l.' 37 I~ 6 Waterfonl.
89,611 J
9,854 6
'l
'1!
67'l 11 3
S27 5 7
S,6~'l 1S 9

1,51' 16 8
l(>3,49'l 9
10.~86 4
'lt
5f
7'l8
i79 tfl I
'i '1 3,171- 10
1,968 ., -
4 Wicklow.
Wexford.

.
17,,03 5 6i 5 19 SI It 11,2Sc) '.5 10 19.tl06 4 sf 121 7 8 6 ~,.21 4 76 YOllgbaH.

1,853,47' 10 \ill 100,904 19 lol 1:19,0'74 19 -i '1,6'11,016 18 'If 180.755 - -I 1+0,35' 17 - TOTALS.
.

B
6 EXCISE COLLECTED IN THE SEVERAL

{1.)-Tie Accouot of the Amouot of Excile


,
Year eocied 5th Janaary 1816: Year ended 5th January 1817:

NET EXCISE Amount of Amount of NET EXCISE AlDOIIntol AmoDDt of


DISTRICTS. Receit'e4. INCIDENTS, SALARY Reoeiwed, INCIDENTS, SALARY
after deduc:tiug dedClCted oat .f lhe Paid to after dtducting tied acted out of Lht Paid to
lDeidenu. l\ec:tipt. OmCERS. Incident •. Receipt. OFFICERS.

£" I. d. £. I. d £. I. d. £. I. d £. I. d. £. I. d.
Armagh · · 56 ,035 15 6i ~,6117 - 91 3,1~6 14 9 35,609 14 5f l,s06 - JJ~ 3,°+3 1 3~
Athlone· · - 13,760 19 9J 7, 16 9 I 6j ~,819 14- 7 ~3,735 14 8 3,139 8 6t ~,768 4 ~

Baltimore · · 6,75 8 13 llt 61~ 19 si 1,3~3 11 I 5,179 1 31 5+~ 13 86 1,396 6 8


Carluw • - · 93,665 ~ 1 1,04~ 17 ~t 3,hl 18 11 76,69 1 1O si 8t7 15 7 3,76fi 10 5
Cavan - · · 5,666 15 ~i 10,374- 3 6 ~,508 3 9 5,~8 9 -j 5,~7'1 15 1 ~,5oe 4 ·6j
Clonmell · - 81,66'1 9 -4 '1,815 14 11 .... 173 5 8 7~,315 13 11~ ll,7 1S4 '7 5 ....377 18 11
Coleraine · · 10,679 I pi '1. 185 1 76 ll,78 I IJ 6 .....673 16 7~
3.003 11 ll4 t.7 14 3 Ilt
Cork - - · +18.67'1 7 3i ....09 1 16 +i 6.96 3 + gj 336.598 18 si 11 6.833 11 4 3.340 11
Diogle - ·
· 5,953 I", -i 177 8 9 1.+7 6 10 7 5.S'1", 15 41 d 1....'18 7 11 25 6 3
Drogheda
· · 56,260 10 5f 17... 11 6 '1.939 18 4 30.So", 10 91 940 18 61 1.9+4- 3 3
Dublill. South •
J>ubliD. North·
82+,116
37,377
- 8A
11
IIs 1t6.197

9'10
5 sf 5 0•653 Ip
9 9t 3.9 86 5 5
-
678,+58 1'1 6t 119.7 81 10 4 5 1,9 83 1 ~
66.6SI 8 II '1.°77 11 8 3.954 5· 5
D~ -· 118.550 4 lli '1.567 11 - '1.35 0 1 7 107.034 1~ 1 1,587 9 ~ '1,159 S 9
Eonis · · - 9.3°0 + 9f ....S8'1 9 3 6
ll.3 7 15 -
8.939 15 3j ~,8'1S 17 It '1.458 1'l 4
Foxford.·
·· 5.5 17 13 3t 5.439 '1 6t 1.889 4 7f 6.354 6 11 4.°39 6 ~ 1.9+7 14 6
Galway. · · 9. 803 5 loj 859 9 lL
1 1,8'17 14 ~ '10.893 8' 6j 1.196 1+ l1i 1,75 8 1", 8
Kilkenny · · 36.56'1 - lit 76 '1 I -t '1.'199 1+ ~ '17. 86... 14 101 85~ 5 6 '1,3'19 1 3
Kinaale. ·· 8.669 17 8i 353 16 1 1,5+9 17 6 8.610 18 8i '108 4 5 1.606 10 -
Lime~ick
·· 16'1.+03 4 7 l.i33 6 7 3.5'18 8 4 1'10.831 1'1 Io! 1.853 17 Ili 3.7 63 36
· ·
Lisburll8 13 8.'159 11 pi 1.65'1 11 8t 3.106 18 11 159. 1 76 15 41 1,95 1 7 10 3. 1+7 - l l
~uderry ·
Lougbrea -··
57. 8+ 1 - I' 180+96 9 4
8,t...... 4 9i +.83'1 1+ 7j
3. 697 7
'1 ....3+ 6 si
7t 67.55 8 13
8,3'17 '9
'11
7
1+.+59 17 8t
3.'13 1 18 Ilt
3.730 6 6j
'lM9 4 7
Maryboro' • 100.9+ 1 7 lof '1,(19'1 I~ 4 3,85 , - 10 80,9...7 I~ 51 '1.'10'1 1'l 4 3,7'11 16 10
Mallow - · · '1.... 661 ... 4t ...59 '1 ~l '1,85'" 15 - '11.70'" 17 6 69'1 16 ~! '1.839 9 I~
Newry -
·- 1'19,796 11 6! ll7 6 16 5f 1,880 3 -i 9.... 877 5 81 '163 I", 111 1.8S6 11 4j
Sligo
Strabaae
· -· ·- 13,873 10 8f 15.o6~ 17 I
'1.+3... 11 si 5. 877 13 11
3,9'1+ 17 11 17.0 17 7
'1.8+9 17 I 13 10,80S 10
si
'lL
s
9,3 85 5
+.'173 16 9f
31 3,7 8'1 18
'1oP'1+ I
5
3
Straogford • · 1"',599 ~ 101 5'18 14 7~ 1.557 ... 10 7.7'11 8 -~ 7'16 17 5 1.516 5 'l
Trim
· · · 1....'l4fj 19 Ilt 'l,333 19 11 3.33° 8 1. 16,05 1 I lo! 1.336 8 -!s 3.'17 0 '1 6
Waterford • - 77.813 16 3i 3 83 9 11 '1.0...7 IS 3 90 .797 ~ 51 93 18 6 '1.07'1 I 8
Wexford · - 10 3.61 5 8 lot 775 8- 3.786 3 loA 81,61 3 5 91 1,3°9 3 91 3.7+ 1 JO 5
Wickluw · · 16,61", 19 sf ~11 7 -t 1.7"'3 J8 - 1'1.7+5 11 'lA ,. 3'10 7 5 1,879 9 9j
Youghall · · '1'l,50'1 5 5i ~58 s 'li '1.3'11 13 11 17.313 11 71 . . .. '1,18'1 - 9

TOT.&U • - s,687 ....6s 8 '1i '1'18,387 19 5 1",0.77... 5 6 '1.33 8,359 17 5 195,796 10 9 1",'1,14-1 9 +1
DISTRICTS OF IRELAND; 1807-182.0. 7

Collected in the ae~era1 Districts, &e-anatined.

Year ended 5th JaDuary 1818: Year ended 5th January 1819:

NET EXCISE AIIlOIIDl of' Amount of NET EXCISB AlIIIODnf or AmOlltU or


ReceiftCi, INCIDINTS, SALARY Becei-.ed, INCIDENTS. SALARY DISTRICTs'
after deducting deducted out of the Paid to alter deducting dedacml out of tbe Paid to
laddents. Receipt. OmCEBS. IDcidents. Heoeipt. Oft!lCItRS.

L •• d. £. •• d. £. I. d £. •• d. £. I. d. £. •• d.
d,087 8 ui 1,5°8 1 10 3,OllO 1 3 40,57 1 7 11 1,1+0 3 31 3,000 10 1 Armagh.
17,7 17 19 loA
M5 1 -
31
S.55 6
573 9 10
-
11 1I,795 4 !l
1,5 tti 1!l 11
16,og3 15
+,11+ 1I
3i
lA
3,01 5
354 6 +1
8 11 1I,886 C5 I Athlone.
1,595 16 10l Baltimol'$..
+7,557 8 8. 1,36'1 18 -i 3>495 1+ 1 53.0+7 13 4l 661 13 +! 3,658 17 6 Carlow.
6,109 11 li +, 1I7o 13 9i !l>4till ~ 6 M040 13 101 3,36+ 18 'It 1I,#3 8 8 Cavan.
68,776 1+ 41 1,853 1 71 41377 10 'l 80,099 3 -i 1... 99 7 - 41'lll+ 15 6i Clonmell.
8,681 17 7t
!l86.463 10 8
'lJ5.40 19 d
41719 16
3,160 16 8 9,35 8 19
6,773 19 9 301 ,68+ 13 3i 41·55 -11
- 1,534 10 10j 3,007 16 61 Coleraine.
6,701 I 6 Cork.
8i
4,810 1'l lot 396 13 6 1>459 9 t 5,1+3 1 9t 'l38 13 + 1,561 .0 10 Dingl••
18,7+'1 10 7f l,i65 J8 si 1,6+0 11 8~ ~M8 8 7f 1,061 1'l 'lf 1,350 8 + Drogheda.
617,~1 10 '1A 10'l>483 16 111 +5,997 8 8) 67+,360 I t + 86,5'17 15 '1 +6,407 11 9 DubliD, Soutb.
57,1I6t 13 '1t 1,79 1 3 3 41 007 19 7 56 ,og8 13 8J 1,758 16 11 3,95 6 7 6 DUblin, North.
6g,75 8 13 !It ~0405 16 la '1,'171 8 9 89,893 .0 lIi 1
1,75 15 91 '1>419 1 6 Dundalll.
5,~1 11 '11 3,9og 17 6f 'lM3 7 6 1,651 7 Sj 'l.7 81 16 81l '1,338 5 - EnDu.
'l,788 1'1 +! M+lI 17 I 1,99'1 I t + 6
3,8 5 1 -
3,IU 15 '1! 1,fJ17 9 3 Fosfurd.
19,047 11 101 1,3 1+ 17 6 1,665 --
'l6,674- 6 -i 801 10 3 1,796 1'1 6 Galway.
11,3'° 6 71 7 15 7 !l 9,'191 10 -
18,066 18 -t 997 8 '1,'170 8 +1 lot Kilkenny.
6.459 15 7i 'l7° 11 9 1,533 10 -6>40 3 9 -i 185 19 lot 1>486 17 6 Kiosale.
1'13,8+5 18 at
g>455 l' +1 3,6+6 10 - 186.56g 16
133, 183 - lli g
g,7 7 7 3 ". 3,57+ 8 -i Limerick.
1641995 9 8t g,6+9
3
54,331 18 8t 16,579 17 1
11' 3,111
3,6+3 10
9 7
- 56 >479 15
+1
li
'1,g40 + +1
14193 1 13 11i
3,106 19 7
3,533 6 8
Lisbume.
Londondeny.
6,383 18 11 9,94 1 9 -I 1,337 18 + 7.065 13 81 I,og6 15 3i g>439 16 6 Lougbrea.
68.+53 3 ni
16,988 3 'If
g,'.161 1'l 11
5g6 18 9l
3.77' '1 • 77,633 '1 3 1,691 13 10 3,96+
g,780
51 Maryboro'.
I

'.1,93 ' .... 9 16,650 IS 9t 1I79 1+ 6b 7 6 Mallow.


81,781 18 +1 36 9 I 1I1 .,859 13 + 8'1,931 19 Ilt 33 6 6 -t 1,880 5 -
Newry.
90,115 1 5f 11,1'1+ 1+ g 3,73'1 16 3 'lg,'169 10 lIt 9,oBg 8 3i 3,7+7 16 9 Sligo.
3.546 7 61 +,105 3 + g,886 3 10 5.6 00 17 1
5,3 85 - lot 910 8 8i 1,349 15 l1j
3,016 3
6,563 1
7'9i 167 16 lit
'1,806 13 11 Straban••
1,549 15 10 Strangford.
14,8+1 10 6i 1,01 3 4- 7 3,958 18 1 141111 8 si 500 3 8 3,135 18 3 Trim.
95,~191 5 lOt +7 I lot 9,035 5 -
85,'136 III 10 75 3 3 '1,1+7 + '1 Waterford.
6
3 ,070 8 7. 9 11 6 76 3.6'10 19 9i +3,875 5 +1 877 16 lit 3,657 6 '1 Wexford.
8,03+ 10 '1 '169 + + 1.887 'l 'lj 7,585 + +* 166 3 11 1,990 17 6 Wicklow.
'4. 86 3 5 -1 '173 3 si 11,'206 7 6 11,'1+4- 5 3i '18+ 10 +1 'l,'ll'1 - - YougbaU.

'.l,015,557 11 It 185.7g9 17 ldj 135,19 8 15 na '1,175,388 3 11-1 155,878 9 1I 135,7 10 8 71 TOTALII.


.8 EXCISE COLL'!CTED IN THt: .J:.V!:AAt DIS!1'lUCTS. OF IBELAND; 1808-1821.

(l.)-The Account of tile Amo\l.Dt ~ Exci6e Collected in the l!8'Ver.aI Dietricta. $cC."-7COJItafUJ•.

Year ended 5th January IB1l0: Year elided 5th Jaoulll'Y 18:u':

NET, nctsE
. Alllount .C ~It 01' NET EXCISE 1:-.oIIDt oC A_toC
I> Ji rRI CT a. Becei.-eti, INCIDENTS, SALARY Becei.-ed, DiCIDEN1S. ~'ALA"Y
after d.elilll:tiDg deducted Ollt of the Paid to .fter deducting dNllcted out oftbe Paid 141
loci~. :Receipt. OflolCERS. &cicIem. Receipt. O},FICE&S.

, !L!2!= ... .. -
- £. I. d. £, I, d. £, I, d. £. I, d. £. I. tl. £. I, d.
Armagh - - +'l,07~ 10 ~!
.. 1,'1SS 6 + 3,16!1 6 11 36,611 8 3t 976 i I~ a,(io 5 8 6
Athlone - - -. jtl.$I09 J j 'lt 1,6+0 IS 71 3,1+' 5 - 23,3 11 I 'li S19 10 10 ~,S57 'l 7f
- 5,')8+ 9
Bal tiQ)O.l'e 11 31S 16 5 1,68'l 15 - 5,735 5 5f !l5S + 9 1,534 5 10
Carlow - - - +8,560 IS lot 7+ 2 + + 3,7°8 5 5 oll,f!6!1 - 8 ~8 0 I! 3t!l93 1+ 7
Cavan - - - 6,8+7 ID 16 '1,00$ I 9 2.386 + '1 7.596 1'1 'l! 1,5 8 7 - lit '1,3+ 1 16. 8,
Clonmell - - §5.U'1 17 8t 1. 165 1 -t 4,Ol!l 13 9 73.&59 + 5i 855 + lit 3.799 1+ '1
Culeraiu8 - - 10,7il - If 1.56+ s d ',91:\0 10 - u,66 I 16 ...t 1,06 7 3 71 '1,507 17 1O

Cork - · - '1+8,51808 S Ili +,3 65 15 Si 6,5+9 3 5 '16+0'101 11 7* +,177 'l 61 6,7+0 , • -9i
Dingle - -
· 5, 5 fU 1f. 8 lIi: 1,3~1 6 5 5,8+7 - -t +0 - lot ',55 8 11 3·,
Droghecia · ·
+7,'.59 +i ~ - - . 1,55+ 5 1 +6,f. 6 + 6 '109 16 5f 1,837 .-8 'i
Dublw, South - 3a8,3~1 .9 ut 7 1,665 6 - 36 ,5 1 5 19 1 3 1 5,15+ 1+ fi 6g,18~ - .7' 35,5<>3 1) +
Dublip, North· 30 1,719 5 9t ~,'15'l.
- 6 14,7 0 7 18 9 'l7 8,s26 7 li 33,5'.18 10 8 ...... 15+ I si
- -i
. - -·
Dundalk - 77.983 8+'2 10 'lA
:1\ '1,3 15 15 5 93,900 10 3i 970 18 '1 2,'16+ 10 10
Ennia .,85 6 8 -{ 3,°+° 1 11 'l,li6 la 6 1,0111 + 11 3,tt-5 1'l lot ~OS6 10 3
Foxford· · · '17,619 9
5,08'1 61 3,+°7 9 - 1,8+0 11 1 6,057 7 7f 3,878 '.I 5 1,953 7 S
Galway .. -- - 5i gll8 6 -1 1,800 18 9 17,760 15 5t 3,°3'1 t 9 ,1.63, 16 8
KilbuQY
Kiosale ~
- · 16,741
- · 5,W> 18.
JO It
+
7.7 9 1t
130 10 S
IJ,.f.36 15
l,548 10
-... '0,'126 17 -1
8,656 16 66
63+
69
-
7, 3t
1 ,'1,08+
1,4+4 18 9
11 '8

- 11+,+03 1
..· - 17+·69+ 7
Limeridt '1! 1,86'1 '1 5f 3.6+'1 5 -i 106,890 17 91 l,lOO 3 7 3.:J69 18 I
Lisburna +i '1t+'19 3 5f
I;
3•• 8'1 10 '.It 159,55 1 ~4' 9 ,
., lot
. 3,06'l 1+ 9i 3,166 fI 7
Lon~derr1 - 67.757 8 +1 llM8 1 3,766 5 8 3~,'119 14,'1." 13 oi 3,"§ t 8
Loughrea - · 7,980 1 71 1.+58 17 9 i,5'11 8 i 9.39'2 16 ..I 1,+66 17 91 '1,+75 --
..-
Marypqro' • - 75.750 11 11t 1,149 1'1 lof 3,905 + 'l 6+.990 3 l1t 865 6 St .3.936 15

Mallow· -· 15,3U 10 5 . 49!1 15 -f 'l,636 1 8 17.+56 8 It 47+ '1 11 '1,781 IS


Newry - - - 85,'158 19 -t 5~5 6 si 1,819 18 11 70, 86 7 13 '3D +3 6 1 6t 1,7'to 18 7
Sligo - - - 19,093 9 4i 10,565 J+ 11
a 3.33 1 'l 1 1'1.,\13 1 19 III fMn I. 5 If-,o94 6 5
Straban.e · - 3,980 '1 9t +'971 + It '1,983 16 g '1.,'169 9 7f +.0°9 5 7 3,008 '1 -
StrangtOrd - - 5~8 sf
.. 1
5,45 1 6 I~ 3 9t 1,575 11 III 5,87'1 8 +17 10 +! .,+89 18 8
Trim - - · 11,563 13 4 H3 6 9 '1,8§lf 17 IS '+,337 11 '11 4 69 18 pf 11,88'1 6 8
Waterford • - 78.37 1 + lol U9 I 7 '1,Of7 7 '1 78,8gS 1'1 1 761 - 3f '1,'1'.13 15 -
Wexford · - 54,5'20 5 9f 1,01 3 6 -{
1
3,609 15 '1. 77,1}66 6 nil 880 6 I 3. 8+7 + It
Wickluw
·- 7,5+6 3 li '.17'1 16 It l.gOI 13 9 9,870 10 9i '.160 611 1.9 13 8 +
YoughaU -· 1 '1,5'17 - 4t 37 1 19 11i '1,'163 9 '1 17, 163 8 5 17+ 19 6t 11,184- 10 -
TOTAL•. - - r,011,6'1'1 18 8 15 1,9+ 8 15 ,- I·37,~\l0 6 71 1,959,7'1.3 6 5 163.~33 1 7t 13315+9 8
,
7

Accountant's General Office, 1 E. HEARN,


1 May 18'.11. ' J Ace' Geu l Excille and Taxes.
EXCISE, IRELAND: ESTABLISHMENT AND SALARIES OF OFFICERS; 18oo-1~20. 9

(I.}-AN .o\CCOUNT of the ESTABLISHMENT and SALARIES ofOfficefll employed in the Collection of the Duties
of Exciae in Ireland, commencin~ with the Year 1800, and ending 5th January 18g1; and specifying whether any
and what alteratiou has taken place in the number or description, or Salaries.

5th January 1801 : 5th January 1802 :

or FIC ERS. IB4.I,ANES. OFFICERS. SALARIES.

£. I. d. £. I. d.
ut and Chief clerk, secretary's office - - 1150 - - ut and Chief clerk, secretary's o~e - 250 - ..
Clerk of the minute. and 2d clerk. - - 1100 - - Clerk of the minute. and id derk· - tOO .. -
t Clerks - - - - at 118/. !.l36 - - 'l Clerks - - • - at 118/. 1136 - -
I do - - - - - at 120/. 1110 - - ] dO - - - _ at 120/. 1'Z0 - -
I do - - - - - at 70 I. 70 - - 1 d· - - - • at 701. 7 0 .. -
4 dO - - - - - at 60/. 240 - - 4 dO - - • - at 601. 1140 - -

MesaeDgeJ' to aecretary's office - 30 - - Messenger to secretary's office 30 - -


Solicitor .or &elf and derks - 1100 Solicitor for eelf and derks • 1100 .. -
Clerk of the quit rents - - 500 Clerk of the quit rents - - 500 - -
Aaeiatant clerk. - - - 80 A88istant clerk - - - 80 - -
,Clerks - - - - at 50/. 150 3 Clerks - - - - at 501. 150 - -

A=~in .the ~eh~uer f~r qu~t ren~} ,gO - -


Attorney in the exchequer for quit rent}
bwJine88 - - - - - -
20 - -

Register of forfeitures - - 300 - - Register of forfeitures - - - - 30 1) - -


Solicitor for the euual revenue - 100 - - Solicitor for the casual revenue - - 100 - -

Examiner of excise - - 300 - - Examiner of excise - • - • 300 - -


ut Clerk in examiner's office - 50 - - ]st Clerk in eKaminer's office increased to 150 - ..
1 dO - - _ - 1 dO - _ - _ _ _
45 - - 45 - -
3 d· - - - - at 50/. 150 - - 3 dO - - - - at bO/. 150 - -

Cleork of the permits - 40 - - Clerk of the permits - 40 - -


Auiatant derk - - 50 Assitltant clerk - - 50 - -
I~rof~tbuuneu 70 Inspector of malt buainess 70 - -
Clerk of the malt permits 50 Clerk of the malt permits 50 - -
AaaiataDt clerk - 40 Assistant clerk - • 40 - -

Examiner of suneyor and gaugers boob - 110


Examiner of eurveyor and gaugers booka}' 300 - -
increased to - • - - -
1 Asamtant examiner and clerk • - 50
1 A88istant examiner and clerk - - 50 - -
to Auiatut examinen - - at 60L 1,200
110 Assistant examiners· - at 60/. 1,200 - -

Examiner of surveyors diaries - 70 Examiner of surveyors diaries 70


1 Collector of excise - - 490 1 Collector of excise - • - I 490
14 - dO - - - - at 100/. 1,.400 14 - dO - - - at 1001. 1,400

Collectors for clerk. Collectors for clerks 650 - -


1 Surveyor general - 1 Surveyor general 300 - -
1 Clerk. to dO - - 1 Clerk to do • 50 - -

g Impecton of excise - at 150/. 300 - -, 11 Inspectofll of excise - at 1501. 300 - -


1 dO gaeraJ of tobacco - 100 - - 1 dO general of tobacco - 100 - -

4 Surveyors of excise at 1001. 3 SurveyOfll of excise - at 1001.


g • _ dO _ _ at 80/.
!I--cIO- - at80/.
1.0 - - Cl - - at7o/. 10 - - cIO - - at 701.
103 - dO - - at 651. 104 - dO - - .t 65/.
s - - d· - - at 60/. 1110 - - 2--do -- at 601.

5lisGaugera- - at 40/. 112,080 - - 5511 Gaugefll - at 401. 22,080


1111 Supernumeraries at 30/. 3,630 - - 1111 Supernumeraries at 30/. 3,630
2 ~ - - aU51. 50 - - i_do - - at 115 1• 50

1----- £. 4 11,101 - -

c (colltanea.)
10 J:XCISE, IRELAND: ESTABLISHMENT AND

(~)-TIae Account oC the Eatabliahment and Salaries of Officers employed

5th January 1803:

OlFICERS. SALARIES. OFFICERS. SALAR1ES.

£. I. d. £. I. d.
1St and Chief clerk, secretary's office • 1St and Chi~f clerk, secretary's office -
Clerk of the minutes and 2d clerk· - Clerk of the minutes and 2d clerk. -
2 Clerks - - • • at 118/. ~ Clerks • • - - at 118/.
1 dO. - • • - at 120/. 1 dO - - - • at 120 I.
1 dO - - - • - at 701. 1 do • - - - at 70/.
4 dO - - - • - at 60 I. 4 ~ - - - - at 601.

Messenger to secretary's office· 30 Meuenger to secretary's office 30 ' - -


Solicitor for lielf and clerks - 200 Solicitor for self and clerks - . 200' - -
Clerk of the quit rents - • 500 Clerk of the quit renta - - 500 - -
ABBistant clerk - - - 80 ABBiltant clerk - - - 80 - -
:\ Clerks '. - - - at 50/. 15 0 3 Clerks - • - - at 50/. 1,50 - -

Attorney in the exchequer fo_r qui.t mD.t} Attorney in the exchettuer (or quit rent}
buBineea. • • 10 - - business _ • • _ _ • 80 - -
Regi8ter of forfeitures • - • - 300 - - Register of forfeitures - ;. - - 300 - ...
Solicitor for the casual revenue - - • 100 - - Solicitor for the casual revenue • - 100 - -

Examiner of excise • 300 Examinerofexciae • • 300 - -


l8t Clerk in examiner's office • 150 ut Clerk
1 dO in _examiner's
_ _office _-
'. 150 - -
1 • dO - • - • 45 45 - -
3 - dO - • - - at 50/. 150 3 dO - - - • at 50/. 150 -, -

Clerk of the permits • 40 - - Clerk of the permita - - I 40 - -


Assistant clerk - • 50 - - Assistant clerk • - '_ I 50
Inspector of malt business 70 - - Inspector of malt business - I
70
Clerk of the malt pennits 50 - - Clerk of the malt permits - I 50
ABBistant clerk - - 40 - - ABBistant clerk • • 40
Examiner of suryeyor and gaugers booka - 300 - - Examiner of suneyor and gaugers bo ob - 300 _ _
1 Assistant examiner and clerk - - 50 - - 1 Assi~tant examiner and clerk • - 50 - _
10 Assistant examiners - - at 60/. 1,~00 - - ~o Assistant examiners - • at 60/. 1,200 - _

Dwniner ei ,urveyors diaries - Examiner of surveyors diariel


'10 - -
1 Collector of exclae - - 1 Collector of excise - - 49 0 - -
14 - dO - • - • at 1001. 14 - dO - • - - at 1001. 1,400 - -

Collectors for clerks 65 0


1 Surveyor Feral • 300 Collectors for clerks
1 Clerk to d - - 50

1 Jnspector of excise • 150 - - 1 Iospector of excise - 150 - -


1 dO general of tobacco - 100 - - 1 dO general of tobacco • 100 - -

~ Surveyors of exclae at 100/. 200 2 Surveyors of excise - at 100/. 2eo - -


~ • • dO. _ at 80t. 160 2 - - do • - at Sol. 160 - -
10 - - dO - - at 701. 700 10· • cJ4' - - at 701. 700 - -
107 • ~ - - at 651. 6,955 107 - rlD - - at 6ts I. 6,9~ts- -
~ - - dO _ ~ at 60/. 120 2-·do -- at 60/. 1110 - -

548 Gaugers - - at 40/. lU,g20 - - 548 Gaugera - at 401. IH,9lro - -


1~1
Supernumeraries at 30/. 3,630 - - 12 1 Supernumeraries at 30/. 3,6~ - -
go_de. - at 251. 60 - - ~ - - 4- - at 251. 50 - ..

Inspector ~eral of ~ ancllicencea - Inspector rneral of excite aad licences -


IlU.AR.nS OP OPJ'ICER'; 1800-1821. 11

6th J~ lS06: 5th January 1806:

OF FlCE RS. SALARIES. OFFICERS. I SALARIES.

£. 8. 4. £. I. d.
lit aDd Chief clerk, secre&ary'aofliee - • 150 - - 18t and Chief clerk, secretary'. oftica • "';0 - -
Clerk of the minutes and id clerlt· - 200 - - Clerk of the miuutes and 2d clerk - - 200 .... -
!l Clerks - - - - at 1181. 136 - - SI Clerks - - - .. at u81. ,t36 - -
I dO - - - - - at 1!i.0 I. 120 - - 1 dO .. - .. - at no I. HO ...; -
1 dO - - - - - at 70 I. 70 - - t dO • .. .. - Ilt 701. 70 .. -
4 d" - - .. • - at 601. ll40 -, - 4 dO .. - • - at 60 I. i4° .. -
Messenger to aecretary's office . Mes&enpr to secretary's office 30 - -
Solicitor for IM'If and derks - Solicitor for self and clerks QOO - -
Clerk of the quit rents - - Clerk of die quit rents - 600 - -
Assistant clerk - - - Assistant clerk - .. Se - -
3 Clerb - - - - at 50/. 3 Clerks - .. .. at 501. ISO .. -

A~::~n ~e ~ch~_r f~.r qU~.t Attorney in the exchequer for quit rwt}•
Register of Corfehurea
Solicitor for the euual revenue -
1
reo
-
20

300 -
100
-

-
-

-
-
business _ _
Register of forfeitures -
_ _
-
Solicitor for the cuual reven1i6
_
-
-


20
300...-
100
-

-
-

Examiner of excise - - 300 Examiner of excise • 300 ..... -


lit Clerk iD e:u.miDer's office - 150 lit Clerk in examiner's office lljO ... _
J-dO- - - - - 45 1 do - • - 45 .. -
3 - d~ - - - - - at 50L 160 3 dO - - .. at 50/. 150 .. ..

Clerk of the permits - 40 - - Clerk of die permits - 40 ... -


AlliataDt clerk - - 50 - - Aasiatant clerk.. - tlo - -
Inapector of malt businesa 70 - - Inspector of malt bueinees 70 ... -
Clerk of the malt permits 50 - - Clerk of die malt permits 50 ... - '
Auistant clerk - - 40 - - Assistant clerk .. - 40 - ...

Examiner of surveyor and gaugers books - 300 - - Examiner of surveyor" sapn books • 300 - -
1 AsaiMant examiner and clerk:
1 Auistant
I - dO -
examiner
- - - -
-
of gauger's books
-
-
-
50 -
120
100
-
-
-
-
-
1 Asaistant examiner and clerk

~ dO
-

-
_

1 ABllistaut examiner of gaugen books
1 dO

-
-
_
-
_
..
at 80 I.

60' ...
UO
100
... -
- '

!I - dO _ - - - at Sol. 160 - - 160


1!1 - dO - • - - at & I. 7110 - - HI d.. .. .. .. - at 60 1. 720
ExamiDer of survey01'8 diaries - Examiner of surveyo1'1! tiiariea
1 Collector of excise - - 1 CoUector of excise -
14 - dO - - • - at 100l. 14 - .... - -
ColIedo1'8 for clerk. 660 - .... CoUectora mr cleru 650 .....
1 IDspector of excise • ISO - - 1 InspectGr of exci.se • 150
1 - dO general of tobacco 100 - - 1 dO general of tobaceo .. 100

!l Surveyon of excise at 1001. 2 Surveyors of excise - at looL tOO


t - dO - - - at 801. 2 .. - dO - - at 801. 160
10 - dO _ - nt 701. 11--d· • - at7 0l 770
109 - d"- at 651. 108 - . . - .. at 66 I. 'l,OllfJ
t--d"- at 60/. at 601. 120

543 Gtwgen - - 543 Gaugera - 111,7 20 .... -


123 Su.pemwoerariel 1 Illl Supamamerariea 3',6& - -
2 • do - - II do - .. 50 - ..
luapectGr paeral oS excise and ueencea - Inspector general of excise and licence» - 565 3 9

£. 4 1 ,99 1 3 9 £. 4 1 ,966 3 9
. .
(continued.)
12 EXCISE, IRELAND: EITABLISHHENT AND

(2.}-Tle Account of the EatabIabment and Salarielt of Officera employed

5th January 1807 : 5th January 1808:


.
OFFICERS. I SALARIES. OlrICERS.

------------------------- £. I. d. t. I, d.
18t and Chief clerk, secretary's office - - 18t and Cbiaf clerk, aecretary'a offiee - 250
Clerk of the minutes and ~d clerk - - Clerk of the minutes and !Id clerk - - 200
~ Clerks • • - - at 1181. ~ Clerks - - - • at 118/. t36
I dO - - • • • at 1 ~O I. 1 dO. - - - • atl!lol. !!I 0
1 dO - - - - - at 70i. 1 dO. - • • - at 701. 70
4 dO - • - - - at 60 I. • dO. - • • - at 601. 2 40

Meuenger to secreta.rv'a office 30


Me88enger to eecretary's office • 30 Solicitor for self and clerks - !lOO
Solicitor for self and c1f'.rks - ~oo
Clerk of the quit rents - -
Clerk of the quit rents - • 500
500
Allliatant clerk • - • 80
Aaaiatant clerk - - - 80
150 3 Clerks • - • - at 501. 1 50
3 Clerks - - - - at 501.

Attorney in the exchequer for quit reIl_t}


Attorney in the exchequer for quit
busineaa· • - • • ren~} !l0 - -
business. _ _ _. to - - Register of forfeituJeII· - - 300
Register of forfeitures - - - - 300 - - Solicitor for the C8IIUal revenue - 100
Solicitor for the casual revenue· - - 100 - -
Examiner of excise • 300
1at Clerk in examiner'. office 1 50
Examiner of excise - • 300 - - 1 do - • -
lit Clerk in examiner's office - 1 50 - - 45
3 dO - - - at50L 1 50
1 dO - - - - 45 - -
3. dO • - - - at 501. 1 50- - Clerk of the permits • 40
Aaaiatant clerk - • 50
Clerk .f the permits - 40 - - Inspector of malt butUnea8 70
A ..istult derk - - 50 - - Clerk of the malt permits 50
Inspector of malt buaineu 70 - - Aesistant clerk • • 40
Clerk of the malt permits 50 - - Examiner of surveyor and gaugel.'8 books -
A ..iatant clerk - • 300
40 - - 1 Aaaiatant examiner and clerk - - 50
AesiBtant examiner of gaugers books - liO
Examiner of surveyor and gaugel.'8 books - 300 1 - dO - _ - - - - 100
I A_tant examiner and clerk - - 50 !l - dO - - • - at BoL 160
1 Aesistant examiner of gaugers books - JiO IQ - dO • - - _ at 601. 7i o
I dO - - - - - - 100
t dO - - - • at 80 I. 160 Examiner of surveyors diaries - • 70
u dO - - - - at 60/. 7tO 1 Collector of excise - - - - '490, - -
14 • d" - • - - at 100/. 1,40 0
Examiner of surveyoR diaries - 70 - - Collector for clerks - - - - 6 50
1 Collector of excise - - 490 - - Q Commiasionel.'8 of excise - at 1,!l001. !l,400
14 • dO - - - - at 1001. 1,4000 - - 5' - dO - • - - at 1,000/. 5,000
Secretary to dO - - • - - 50 0
CoIleetol'B for clerb 650 Clerk to 18t commissionel'B - - - 100
1 Inspector of excise - - - - 1 50
t Commisaionel1l of excise (A.) at 1,~001. i,4oOO - - 1 dO general of tobacco - - • • lOO
5 dO - - - - at 1,000 L 5,000 - - 11 SurveyOI.'8 of exciae (8.) - at !lOO I. l,gOO - -
Secretary to do • • • - • 500 - - 15 • dO - • - - at 1501. 2,!l5Q - -
Clerk to 18t Commiuioner - - - lOO - -
101 - dO - - - - at 130/. 13,130 - -
Inapector of excise - • 40 Gaugel.'8 - • - - at 1!l01. 4,800 - -
150 - - 6g - dO - - - - at loot. 6,200 .. -
1 dO general of tobacco - 100 - -
445 - dO - • - - at 801. 35,600 .. -
u'6 Supernumerary gaugel.'8 - at 60 l. 7,560
~ SurveyOl'B of excise at 100/. !lOO - -
!l--d"- - at Rol. 160 Inapector general of excise and licence - 5 65 3 9
ll--d"- - at 701. 770 t Collectors of excise - - at 1,200/. ~,4ooo - -
108 - dO - _ at 651. ?,OiO l-d"· - - - -- 800 - -
i--d"- - at 601. JiO 1 - d" - - - - - - 70 0 .. -
1 ·'do - • - - - • 600 - -
543 Gaugers • - - - at 40 I. 1.11,7110 - - 3 - dO - - - - at 5501. 1,650 - -
lU Supernumeraries • • at 301. '3,660 - - !l3 - dO - • • • at 5001. 11.509 - -
!l d- - - • - aU5 t. 50 - - Collectors for clerks - - - - !a,840 - -
Inspector general of excile and licences - 565 3 9 6 Inspectol'B general - - at 300/. 1,800 - -
Examiner of auction duties - - - 100 - -

/
Clerk to _ _ do - - - - 80 - -
Clerk of the securities - - - - 100 .. -

(A.) This iDcrease ot the ettablbbment ..18


ot('uioned by the di.ilion ofthe re.enue board
iDIO two boucle of CUltOID& and nciae.
(13.) Tbis incre_ arOle fNm the augmenta-
~
tioll of ...larie... iD conseqnence of the ebolirioo
t.f fees, ..hicll theretofore formed part of tile' 1_ _ _ _ __
income oC the oticen.
t. 49,966 3 9 £. 11 0,676 3 9
Ul.AltIES OP OFFICERS; 1800--1821.

"
. in the Collection of tbe DutJea of Exclae in Ireland, &c.-c()fltin~d.

5th Janua.ry ISog:

OFFICERS. SALARIES. o rlICERS. ," ,1, SALARIES.

£. ,. d. £. ,. d.
t Conunissionera - at 1,9001. ~"OO Examiner of incidents 100 - -
5 - d" -' - at 1,000/. 5,000 Assistant examiner 80
SecretaJy to dO 800
Examiner of pennits
tat and Chief clerk, secretary'. office - 600 Al8iatr.nt examiner
1 d- - 300
1 dO - ~So 1 Clerk in examiner's office • 1~0 - -.
1 d" - ~30 1 dO. 100
1 - - dO - ~oo 1 dO _
90
I--d"- 180 3 dO _ at 80/. 240 - -
!I d' - at 150/. 300
t dO - at 130 I. ~60 Register general of tobacco tOO
t-·d"- at 1~0/. 140 1 Clerk in dO office 130
!I • - dO _ at'l1o/. !!!!O 1 d·- I!lO
!I et- - at 100/. ~oo 1 dO_ 100
3 d" - at 901. t7 0 - - 1 cl". 80
3-- do - at 80/. ~4°
Clerk of informations 350
MetlII!Dger to aeeretary'a office - 30 l·Clerk in dO office li.O
Clerk to lit eommiasioner 100 !! d"- at 801. 160 - -
1 Bot.rd'. mell8eDger 80 Porter 60
1 • cl" 60
So!icitpr for,self and clerks ~oo E;xaminer of information hooka tOO

Clerk of the securities , 100 Inspector of malt business


Clerk for examining stamp duty on permits} 80 - -
lAd certificates - - - - - Clerk of malt permits - 50
A88istant clerk 40
Clerk of quit'reAts 500 - -
Al8istant clerk So Examiner of surveyor aDd gauger'a hooka - 400
3 - d' at 50/. 150 Assistant clerk - - • -, ~ t()O - ...
1 dO examiner - 150
A=eaain the exchequer for ql1~t reo:} 1 dO_ 140
~O 1 dO_ 130
Register of forfeituree 300 1 dO_ no
1 cl". 110 - -
Solicitor for the casual revenue - 100
t dO _ at 1001. 200 -,-.
3 dO _ at 90t. 1170 - -
Euminer of exclae 300 3 dO_ at 801. 940
AaaiataoL examiner 444 - - 11 dO. at 60/. 1lI0
4 Surveyors general at 5001. t,OOO
1Clerk in examiner'a office ~oo DO for clerks - tOO
1 - dO 150 $I Collectors - - at'l,~ool t,4OO
1 - cl" 130 1 - do 800 - -
1 - cl" 1110 - - 1 - dO 700
1 - d" no 1 - dO .' 600
1
3
- dO
d" at 801.
90
t40
- -
!I.
3 - crt
Collectors
no for clerks
at 550/.
at 5001.
1,650
12,000
$I.9 tO
Clerk of the permita
AlAetant clerk '. 40
50 IDlpector general of excise and licences
6 Inspectors general ' at 300/.
5 65
1,80 0
3 9
Clerk Of the atatiooery store.
1 Clerk in d"· - -
300
100
..;
- 11 Surveyors
~ ~
' at !lOO t.
~l~l
t,l:&OO
t.t50 .. -
- -

1 d- - 90 lOll dO at 130L 13,$160


t d- - at 801. 160
1 dO - 40 40 Gau~rs- at nolo 4J!o0
Office keeper - 60 611
455
dO
dO
at
at
100t.
80/.
6,1'100
36 ,400
--
Aeeountant general
I Clerk in dO office -
367 4
400
- 1116 Supernumeraries
9 Permit officers -
at
at
60/.
1301.
7,560
1,170
1 dO ~50
1 et- - J50 Examiner of auction duties 1100
1
1
d' -
d- -
1lI0
100
Clerk of dO - 80

t d" - 1- ~ at 801. 160 Examiner of 8I1l'Veyors diariea 150'

£. 1 ~11.536 7 9

» (COfItinutd.)
14

(SI.).;....Tlit AccOIlIlt of the Establiibment aDd· Salaries &f OtIIieel"B' employed

5th January 1810: 5th January 18u :

--------------------------~--------~'I--------------------------_.r_---------
OFFICEHS. I S.\LARIES. OFFICERS. SAl .ARlF.S.

-------------------------i £. 8. d. £. •. d.
Salaries to commissioners, heads of offices,}
«:lerks, collectors, surveyors general, and 49,866 '1 9
inspectors general • • • •

11 Surveyors at Slool. SI,SlOO 11 Surveyors • at tool. !l,!lOO


15 do - - at 150 I. '2, Sl 5 0 1 IS - dO - • at 1501. S,Sl50
101 dO - • at 1301. 1 3,130 102 dO • - at 130/. 13,Sl60
~
40 Gaugers - - at )SI 0 I. 4,800 40 Gaugers - - at 1Slol. 4,800
6S1 do - - - at 1001. 6,'200 6'2 - dO - - at 1001. 6,iOO
438 dO - - •
1 SlS Supernumeraries
at 801. 35,04 0
at 601. '1,560
439 - dO - - at 80'l. 35,uO ---
1 Sl7 Supernumeraries at 601. 7,6S10

Increases ending 1810 : Increases ending t8u:

, Additional permit officers at 130 I. Examiner of militia payments 300


ft
1 Clerk in d office - - li10
1 Solicitor in London • 110
80
1 - d" - - • -
1 Additional permit officer - 1 30

£. 1 '21,4 16 '1 9

5th January 1811 : 5th January 1813:


£. •. d. £. .•. tl.
InereMtll in year 1810, added &0 llalariee
collHlliuioners, &c. of preef!ding year _ 50,Sl 3
6 Of} rncreaa~ i~year 1812,addedto.saIariesotl53606 7 g
7 9 commlllSloners, &c. of preceding year •J '
11 . SUf'Ve}lol1l at <;1001. 2,'200 !)Q Surveyors at '200/. 4,000
15 dO at 1501. SI,250 30 - de. - at 150/. 4,500
1" ·do at 1301. 13,260 77' .-dO - at 130/. 10,010

40 Gaugers - - at !'Jol. 4,800' - - 80 Gaugers • - at 120/. 9,600


61 dO - 1_ at 1001. 6,!100- - - 1!l0 • dO - • at 1001. 12,000
445 dO - - at 801. 35,600' - - 343-do • - at Sol; SI 7,440
116 Supernumeraries at 60/. 7,560 - - 1 '26 Supernumeraries at 60/. 7,560

Increases ending 1811: Increases ending 1813 :

~econd secretary to cominiasioners of excise 600: - - Clerk of head permit office - 300 - -
Second solicitor • - - - - 100 - - 4 Clerk. of divisional permit}_ Ilt soOl.
offices - • - - 800 - -
Salary of 1 clerk in quit rent office increased} Clerk of coast malt permit office 150 - ..
from 801. to sool. '- • - - 1.g0 - - DO grand canal dO - _ 180 - -
1 Clerk in dO office, from 501. to 1001. - 50 - - DO royal canal dO - - - .140 - -
1 dO - - • 50 I. to 90 I. - 40 - - 5 CIE'rks in permit offices - at 1501. 750 - -
1 dO - • - bO I. to 801. • 30 - - 5 - dO - • • - at no/. 600 - ...
10. dO • • - - at 1001. 1,000 - -
Salary of 1 solicitor for self and clerks, in.} 5 - dO • - - - . at 801. - 400 - -
creased from Slool. to 1,800 I. (C.) _ 1,600
la Ex.cise storekeepers - '- at 300/. 600 .... -
4' Clerks to 8llrveyors _gene~. inc_reased.} i Assistant • dO. - at 1001. too .- ,..
from 501. to 1001. - ~oo - -
Salary of messenger in secretary's office,} 30 .....
increased from 301. to 60 I. - •

4- Stock surveyors at ~ool. 800 - -


(C.) This arrangelllent caused & co.nsiderable 4 - <f' officel1l • at 1001. 400 - -
Dying tu Ihe public, by eltablilhing a fu::ed li! - do • - at 801. 960 - -
aaia1'1 ill lie\! of bill. of co~u. 4 Supemumerarifll at 601. !l40 -,-
,
"

H.f.AR.t!S OF OFl'ICER!; 1800-1821. 15

OFFICERS. SALARIES. orFICER8. SAL.uu~

.E. 6. d. t.. 6. d.
Io,creases ending 1815, a.cIi!Ied f» lILhuiea"l
Salaries to tJOIIDmillioners, heads oC offices,) "871:6 , 9 of oommiS8jon~rs, &0. oC preceCiog year~ ~ 40.006 7 ~
&c. &c. - • .. - • • J iJ , ..,
and decreases deducted .. .. ..J
110 Surveyors .. at (lool. 4,000 - - 20 Surveyors .. - .. at 200/. 4,000 - -
30 dv • .. at 150/. 4,500 - - 3Q .. dO.. .. .. .. at 1501. 4,500 ... -
7'1 ~ .. .. at 130/. 10,010 - - 80 .. dO.. .. .. .. at 1301. 10,400 - -
80 Gaugens - .. at HlO/. 80 Gaupre .. .. .. at 1 gO I. 90600...-
cl"
llilO .. .. at 1001. 1(l,000 - - ItO d" .. • .. .. at 100/. l~ooo - -
339 dO - .. at 801. 348 d" .. • .. .. et 80/. g,,840 .. ...
u6 Supenawnerarilll at 60/.
!1'1,Hlo
1.660 -
- -
... u9 Supemumera.riea.. .. at 60/. '."0 . . . .
4 Stock aurveyons -
t dO oBicer ..
at flool.
at 1201.
800
HlQ ... -
4 Stock 6Ulveyora
1 - do oftioer ~
at 2001. 800 ..,
uo
-
3 dO - - at 1001. 3 • dO .. • at 1001. 300
11 dO -
+ Supernumeraries-
.. at 801.
at 601.
300
g60 -
- -
- u .. dO • .. at 801.
at 601.
960 .... -
240 - - 4 Supernumeraries 1140

Iocre8¥i ending 1816:


Increase of wary to examiu.iag P'liil'l
hooka - • from 400 1. to 500 l.
Asaistant examiner .. ~ool. tQ 3()O1.
1 .. dO - - • 140/. to 200/.
1 .. dO .. - • 130/. to 200/.
1 - ~ - • .. nolo to goo/.
1 - dO - - .. 110l. to 2001.
2 .. dO regu lated .. - at go f.
2 .. de d·.. • - 801.

Total inCl't'aIe 360 - -

t. 135,900 7 9 l.. 137,866 7 9

5th Ja.Qtwy 1 81 5: l.. 6. d. 6th JaDUaty 1817: l.. 6. ..


Salaries to commiaaionerl, heads of Offices,} 68,'156 '1 9 Inc;::- en~g 1.816, ~ded.:o P~!} 59,366 7 9
&e. 6::«:... - - - .. -
~o Surveyons .. .. - at goo/. 4,000 at goo/. 4,000 -
110 Surveyors -
30 d" - .. .. .. at 1501. 4,500 30 - dO - at 1501. 4,500 - -
." It- - - .. .. at 130/. 10,010 80.d"- at 130/. 10,400 - -
80 Gaugen.. .. .. .. at 120/. 9,600
"}gO dO .. .. - .. at 100/. 12t ooo 80 Gaugers - - • at 1201. 9.600 - -
"339 et- .. .. .. - at 80/. '7.120 120 • cl" .. .. - at 1001. 12,000 - -
u6 Supernumeraries - .. at 60 I. 70560 345-d'" - - - at 801. 27.600 - -
ug S.rnu...nes - at 601. '1,740 - -
... Stock aurveyors - at 1100/. 800
1 dO officer .. at 1110/. lIlO 4 Stook surveyors .. at 200/. 800 - -
... do _ .. at 100/. 400 2 - dO officers .. - at Hwf. 200 - -
u 41 .. .. at 801. 880 14 - do .. - .. at Sol. I,UO - -
... Supernumeraries .. at 601. !140 - - 4 Supernumeraries • at 60 I. 1340 - -

Increases ending 1815: Increase. ending 1817:


lDcreue of l18.11u1 to 5\lf'f8YOl' or stationary} IJlspector oC pap« dutiea - .. 150 - -
100
storea .. .. from 300/. to 400 /.
1 Clerk .. .. from 1001. to (l50 f. 150
a d·.. .. .. from 901. to l501. 60
;J. d".. .. .. from 801. to 100/. gO - -

aboliahed.. ..
Deereue:
-()ftieer for exambdng 8tamp duty on permits,
.. .; .. 80 I.
/ Decrease:
Regiater 8tQerU of Wbatco abolished, 630 I.

D2 (conl,mud.)

16 EXCISE, IltELAND: ESTABL1Sl:l1lfENT AND

(ll.)-T.ie Account of the Establishment and Satanea of Officers enlployed

5th January 1818: 5th January 1819:

OFFICERS. SALARIES. OFFICERS. SALARIES.

t. d. £. d.
IllcreaH8 ending 181'1 added to Precedillg} 58,886
" Decrease ending 1818, d~ted _ from} 5 8,386
I.

year, and decrease deducted - - '1 9 preceding year - 7 9

-
--- --- ---
~o Surveyors - -- ·- - aUool. 4.000 .. 1&0 Surveyors at 1100 l. 4,000 .. -
30
80
d"
dO
-
- - - ·
-
at150/. 4,500
at 130/. 10,400
-.. - .. 30
80
dO
d"
.
-
at 1501. 4.5 0 0
at 130/. 10.400
.. ..
- -
- .. .. .. -
-- -- --
80 Gaugers - ·- --·
at 1110/. 9,600 80 Gaugers - at 1'20/. 9.600
1110 dO - - at 1001. 111,000 .. .. 1110 dO - at 100/. 1ll,000 ..
.. ..-
34!l dO
- -
1119 Supernumeraries - · - at 801. !l7,360
at 60/. 7,740
..
..
..
.. 3411 do - -- --
.
1119 Supemumerariea
at 80/. 27,360
at 601. 7.740 .. ..
4 Stock surv8,I0rs . · -- at 1100 I. 800 .. - . - at 1100/. .. -
3 d" officers
13 dO -
- - at 100/. 300
4 Stock surveyors -
..
..- ..
1 dO officer - - . at 11101.
Soo
120 --
..-
- - -- --
4 Supernumerariea -
at 801.
at 601.
1,040
1140