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Detailed account of expenses incurred under Population Act of Ireland, 1831

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(Page 1) Introduction
(Pages 2-11) An account, in detail, of the expenses incurred under the population act in Ireland, in making the census of 1831; specifying the sums paid to the respective enumerators, peace and town clerks, and all other persons appointed by the chief secretary of the lord lieutenant for arranging and digesting those returns; with an estimate of the amount required to complete the same, and the period when they will be laid before the house
(Page 12) Sums paid to the peace and town clerks
(Page 12) Sums paid to all other persons appointed by the chief secretary of the Lord Lieutenant for arranging and digesting those returns, from 16th May 1831 to 5th April 1883, being a period of one year ten months and twenty-one days
(Page 13) Estimate of the amount required to complete the census of 1831
(Page 13) The period when the returns of the census taken in 1831 will be laid before the House of Commons
(Page 14) Return to an order of the Honourable House of Commons, dated 14 May 1833