1st Report From His Majesty’s Commission For Inquiring Into the Condition of The Poorer Classes in Ireland, From 1835,Bastardy, Begging, Emigration Written Submissions from Clergymen and Magistrates from Drinagh, Fanlobbus (Dunmanway), Abbeystowy (Skibbereen), Aughadown, Castlehaven, Drimoleague, Myross, Sherkin Island, Tullagh (Baltimore), Kilmoe, Breagh, Durrus and Kilcrohane, Schull. In Durrus Scarcely a Man or Woman who Never Married, Children left to Die by Exposure, No Power in Petty Session to Comple father to provide, Low Rate of Illegitimacy, Strolling Beggars, Protestant Widows May Get a Share of Poor Box, Seasonal Labouring, Those who Emigrated to England now going to America.

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