A 2 COSTS AND CHARGES RECEIVED, AND FIMEU IMPOSED
Petty Sessions, Millstreet.
The court is held on Mondays, in Millstreet.
The magistrates presiding are, Henry Wallis, John Leader, Henry Leader, McCarthy O'Learv and John Cooke Wallis, esqrs.
Amount of cost and" charges received, 351.
appropriated for the clerk's remuneration.
Total amount of fines, 16 I.
applied for the use of the Millstreet Dispensary.
Petty Sessions, Passage West.
Petty sessions are held at Passage West on every Friday, not being a church holiday, or during the time of the general assizes, or special road sessions, at.
Parsons Boland, John Roberta and John Caulfield Irvine, esqrs.
regularly attend as magistrates; Sir Thomas Deano, John Newenham, Charles Evanson, R.
Nutter and A.
Within the year ending 31 December 1835, tne sum of 11 Â£ 8 s.
sterling has been received by me as clerk for summonses, informations and warrants.
The sum of 41.
sterling, for assaults and road nuisances, has been received and paid over to A.
as Treasurer to the Passage West Indigent Room Keepers Charitable Society.
There still remains in my hands the sum of 1 I.
fines also for assaults and road nuisances up to the 31st December 1835.
Petty Sessions, Rathcormac.
Periods and Places where held.
On every MonÂ¬ day, at Fer-moy.
Total Amount of Costs and Charges received,
On every WedÂ¬ nesday, at Mitchelstown.
On Tuesday, once a fortÂ¬ night at RathÂ¬ cormac.
20 April 1836.
T, Perrott, esq.
John Heard, esq.
John Hyde, esq.
esq Henry Smyth, esq.
Gerard Barry, esq.
O'Caliaghan, esq, H.
70 14 8
to which applied.
of Fines imposed.
-the clerk of the petty sessions.
46 9 6
48 10 6
10 11 4
19 10 11
Paid the Fermoy Dispensary -691
Kilworth ditto -1 15 -
â€” Glanworth ditto --18 9
â€” poor of Glanworth -8 6
â€” poor of Fermoy parish 1 --
10 11 4
Trespasses on private property, 10 2 3
paid the party aggrieved.
Paid to informers and prose-310 -
Paid the dispensary at 11-Mitchelstown.
Paid poor of parish --4 17 ^
5 9 6
19 10 11
-paid to the Rathcormac Dispensary.
Denis Downing, Clerk,