1839 Applications for presentments to be laid before the Grand Jury of the County of the City of Cork, Spring Assizes, 1839. Contains applications for Payment to B.Neenan £3 for half year’s salary as interpreter of the Irish language.
2. Spring 1839 Printed schedule of applications for presentments to be laid before the Grand Jury of the County of the City of Cork, Spring Assizes, 1839. Contains applications for repairing roads in North and South Liberties, new roads and works including new line of road from Cork to Blarney, new road in the city near Paul Street; establishment items such as B.Neenan £3 for half year’s salary as interpreter of the Irish language, £800 to Governors of the House of Industry, dispensaries, malicious damages. (14pp
Courtesy Cork Archives. Richard Dowden papers:
|From 1837||John Borlease Warren||Seneschal of Macroom, Kilcrea, Blarney||Appointed by his relation Lord Bandon. Macroom held in Courthouse, Kilcrea in two farmhouses.||John Borlease Warren (1799-, Magistrate also for Kerry, Warren Grove, Crookstown and Sillerdane Cottage, Kenmare, Co. Kerry, brother of Sir Augustus Warren, m 1823 Mary d Rev R. Warren, Involved in attempts to amicably resolve tithes 1838. 1835 Subscriber Lewis Topographical Dictionary of Ireland 1837. Related and tenant of Lord Bandon. Lord Bandon as Lord of Manor of Macroom, Kilcrea and Blarney appointed him Seneschal to Manor Courts replace Mr. Brown who heard cases to his death at 87 in 1836. Permitted witnesses to give evidence in Irish.|
|1815||John Eugene McCarthy||Middle Temple since 1815 practised as Conveyancer in England, Seneschal of Manor of Rathbarry and Gorthnahoena since 1826 and for some time Timoleague. Kings Inns 1837.||Rathbarry, Rosscarbery. 1st son of Eugene McCarthy, Gent, Blennerville, Co. Kerryand Ellen O’Sullivan in 1837 for Kings Inns , Newtown, Co. Cork. Rathbarry. Conducted when requied Manor Court as Senescal in Irish. Purchased a house and garden for bailiff to avoid being dependant on him. Earlier Seneschal used a pub. Advised Mr. Spring Rice (Lord…Mount..) on proposed changes to legislation||1837 Parlimentary report.|