It is enough therefore to observe that the children of the poor are instructed in those necessary branches of learning; suited to their stations: are excited to an attention to religious and moral duties ...
|Summary:||Refers to a general parish statement relating to schools for the poor in Booterstown and Monkstown parishes concerning their education. Handwritten note on verso: "General parish statements / Booterstown / Monkstown". Includes figures related to males and females admitted, amount of debts due by the institution and estimate of yearly expense. At foot of sheet: "It is expected that the annual subscriptions, usually collected at the commencement of the year, will nearly pay off the above debt, but nothing afterwards will remain to defray the necessary expenses of the ensuing year". |
|Published / Created:||
1 folded sheet (4 p.) ;
|Notes:||This item is held in the Department of Ephemera; half of the first page is missing, last two pages blank. |
Physical description: [S.l. : s.n., ca. 1800]
Varying form of title: [Parish statement relating to schools for the poor in Booterstown and Monkstown parishes which opened in July 1786 and concerning the children's education].
As a digital copy of this item is available, the original will not be issued.
|Call Number||View In||Collection|
Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.