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Folder "C. & A.G. [Comptroller and Auditor-General] Issues from Exchequer - Supply Services. Applications of Ministry of Finance to Bank",

1922 May 15 - 1923 March 31.

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In Collection: Accounts of the Provisional Government of Ireland, 1921-1926
Description: Folder containing "Order for Issues" forms sent to the Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland from the Ministry of Finance, signed by William O'Brien, T.K. Bewley, W.T. Cosgrave, Walter Doolin and Joseph Brennan. Supply services requested for various departments, commissions, boards, and grants, including the Ministry of Finance, the maintenance of garrisons, Secret Service, Old Age Pensions, Department of Agriculture, charitable donations and bequests, hospitals and charities, Reformatory and Industrial Schools, Endowed Schools, National Gallery, Dundrum Asylum, Transport Department, Exchequer and Audit, Special Services and Secretariat, Civic Guard, Local Government Board, Public Record Office, General Register Office, Valuation and Boundary Survey, Supreme Court of Judicature, County Court Officers, Dublin Metropolitan Police, relief grants, General Prison Board, Stationery Office, Public Education, Intermediate Education, Congested Districts Board, Ireland Development Grant, Science and Art, National Health Insurance Commission, Army, local loans, local taxation adjustment, property losses compensation, Tailtean Games, Marine Department, Post Office, Irish Land Commission, Custom and Excise, Inland Revenue, Public Works and Buildings, reconstruction of Cork, Ministry of Home Affairs, Criminal Investigation Department, Dail Eireann, General Prisons Board, and Ministry of External Affairs. With related correspondence.
Main Creator: Ireland. Dept. of Finance
Language: English
Extent: 1 folder (13 items).
Call Number: MS 49,554/29 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.