Accounts of the Provisional Government of Ireland, 1921-1926.
Accounts of the Provisional Government of Ireland, 1921-1926; Munster and Leinster bank account book belonging to Darrell Figgis, 1922; Folders containing various financial documents such as vouchers for payments, issues from Exchequer, requisitions for credit, supply service, petty cash account for the education department and others, 1922-1923; Various volumes relating to accounts and cash books, including the Bank of Ireland Account Book for the Irish Provisional Government, 1922-1923; Manuscripts and drafts of a report by J. Hayes documenting the expenditure of the Provisional Government of £275,000 transferred from the British Government on account of withheld grants, 1922-1926; Inland revenue daily statements with related memoranda and correspondence, 1922-1923.
|Main Creator:||Ireland. Provisional Government (1922)|
|Corporate Author:||Ireland. Provisional Government (1922)|
The Provisional Government of Ireland was the provisional government for the administration of Southern Ireland from 16 January 1922 to 5 December 1922. It was a transitional administration for the period between the sanctioning of the Anglo- Irish Treaty and the establishment of the Irish Free State.
Physical description: 47 folders.
Bills and receipts of payment from the Shelbourne Hotel made out to Darrell Figgis,
1922 March & April.View more information ...
|In Collection:||Accounts of the Provisional Government of Ireland, 1921-1926|
|Main Creator:||Shelbourne Hotel (Dublin, Ireland)|
1 item (16 pages).
|Call Number:||MS 49,554/15/39-43 (Manuscripts Reading Room)|
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