A statement of the annual expense to which forty eight tenements surrounding the Lying-in-Hospital gardens are subject.
Statement of the annual expense to which forty eight tenements surrounding the Lying-in-Hospital gardens are subject - "To render this establishment permanent, it has been thought advisable to make the governors of the Lying-in-Hospital (a body corporate) responsible for the collection and expenditure of the several sums; it is hoped the payments will be regular". The names of the forty-eight are listed - amongst them are the Earl of Charlemont, the Earl of Longford, Earl Norbury and the Vicountess Mountjoy. These gardens were lcoated where the Garden of Remembrance is now located.
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[Dublin : N. Clarke, Great Britain Street, printer, n.d., ca. 1830-1839].
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 32 x 19 cm.
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