[Printed itemised accounts.] General Statement of the Income and Receipts and Expenditure of The Honourable the Irish Society For the Year 1900.

The Honourable The Irish Society, set up by Royal Charter in 1613 under City of London livery companies to colonise County Londonderry during the plantation of Ulster [C. F. Elles, Accountant]
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Signed in type by C. F. Elles, Chartered Accountant, 3 Bucklersbury, E.C. [London] 17 April 1901.
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6pp., foolscap 8vo. On two bifoliums, placed loosely one inside the other. In good condition, on lightly-aged paper. Heading across pp.2-3: 'A GENERAL STATEMENT of Income and Receipts on Account of the Honourable the IRISH SOCIETY, being the produce of their Estates, Fisheries, &c., together with Expenditure of the same from the 6th day of February, 1900, to the 11th day of February, 1901.' Pages 4-7 carry nine numbered accounts: Permanent Payments; Donations to Schools [Londonderry, Culmore, Coleraine]; Charitable Donations [Londonderry, Culmore, Coleraine]; Corporation of Londonderry, the Mayor, and other Officers, 1900; In Aid of Public Improvements, Building Expenses, &c., in Londonderry, Coleraine, and Culmore.