REPORT OF THE BOARD OF SUPERINTENDENCE OF DUBLIN
TO HIS EXCELLENCY GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK,
EARL OF CARLISLE, E.G.
Lord Lieutenant-General, and General Governor of Ireland.
35, Dawson-strmt, Dublin,
February 11th, 1858.
May it please your Excellency, "We, the Board of Superintendence of Dublin Hospitals, have the honour to submit to your Excellency this our First Annual Report.
The 19th and 20th Vict.,
110, under which we have "been appointed, having provided that we should prepare General Rules for the government of all the hospitals under our superintendence, and also General Rules for the regulation of our own proceedings, and for the regulation and performance of the duties of our SecreÂ¬ tary, we procured copies of the several Acts and Charters affecting each hospital, and copies of the Bye-laws, Rules, and Regulations under which it is governed; and, after a careful consideration of these documents, we prepared the General Rules which are given in the Appendix (No.
1), for the purposes indicated in the 16th section of that Act, and which Rules have been sanctioned by your Excellency.
The institutions which were recommended for portions of the Parliamentary grant by the Dublin Hospital Inquiry CommisÂ¬ sioners of 1855, and which came under our superintendence, areâ€”
The Westmoreland Lock Hospital.
The House of Industry Hospitals, viz.:â€”
The Hardwicke Fever Hospital.
The Whitworth Medical Hospital.
The Richmond Surgical Hospital.
The Meath Hospital and County Dublin Infirmary.
The Cork-street Fever Hospital.
The Rotundo Lying-in Hospital.
The Coombe Lying-in Hospital.
Mark's Ophthalmic Hospital; and 9.
The Hospital for Incurables, which receives a portion of
the Concordatum Fund.