A manuscript letter from the Poor Law Commission in Dublin to the Guardians of the Enniscorthy Union, pointing out that there are currently 758 inmates in the House, 158 more that the number the House was originally estimated to accommodate and relying on the Guardians "adhering strictly to the advice of the Medical Officer as to the number that may be safely received";
10 December 1846
|Main Creator:||Ireland. Poor Law Commissioners.|
|Citation:||National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts.|
The Poor Law Commission in Dublin urge the Guardians of the Enniscorthy Union to start "adhering strictly to the advice of the Medical Officer as to the number [of people] that may be safely received".
Physical description: 1; letter
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|MS 49,429||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Manuscripts|
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