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Account book of the Irish Jesuit Province

Account book entitled Provincial Account F. Lentaigne XXVII. The book contains details of property owned by the Irish Province, investments, annual income, general cash account, bequests (pp. 385 - 400). Includes an alphabetical index. Also, copy of letter of Fr General Peter Beckx SJ (In Latin).

Bequests made in the will of Eliza MacDonnell

A file relating to a deed approving the application of funds between Francis Edward Joseph MacDonnell, Esquire, Dunfearth and the Lodge, Rathangan, County Kildare and Rev. Philip Dominick Kehoe, Church of St. Francis, Merchant Quay, Dublin and Rev. John Curtis, S.J., Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin following bequests made in the will of Eliza MacDonnell.

Burses founded in the Apostolic School, Mungret College

A file relating to the Burses founded in the Apostolic School, Mungret College but given to All Hallows. Includes note explaining the provenance of the correspondence (25 September 1977) and documents such as; Lord Emly Burse (January 1883, 2 items); Boyce Burse (23 June 1905 - 10 October 1910, 5 items); Michael Leahy bequest (20 October 1909 - 31 May 1912, 4 items); Madeline Josephine M. Sampson Burse (St. Marie Therese of the Child Jesus and of the Holy Face, 3 May - 6 June 1913, 2 items); Canon Doyle Burse (24 October - 28 November 1922, 5 items); letter from Fr O'Donnell SJ to Fr Edward Cahill SJ relating to ‘De Jure Burses’ (12 September [ ], 4pp).

File relating to a bequest for £883-11

File relating to a bequest for £883-11 left to the Irish Fr Provincial by Mary Mooney, Portslade-by-Sea, Sussex, England for the cost and maintenance of Manresa and the erection of a plaque to the memory of Fr Charles Doyle SJ. Includes copy of Mary Mooney’s will, accounts of the executor and correspondence between representatives of Barclay’s Bank and William Dargan, Bursar of the Irish Province.

Manresa House, Dollymount, Dublin