1803, account by J.W. De la Cour, Treasurer, Cork Grand Jury for money raised for Public Works and for Militia (Bounty for Militia Soldiers and Family Subsistence Money) 1793-1803:
1829, Grant by Grand Jury, for road £2,101 and bridges £2,738 from Bantry to Castlwtownbere, Co. Cork
1847 Report on memorial presented to the Lords of the Admiralty with regard to the Harbours and Lighthouses of Co. Cork mentioning the catchment of the River Bandon, Innishannon, Kinsale Fishery and Harbour, Courtmacsherry, Illen Skibbereen, Baltimore, Schull, Carrig-na-Melia off Castle Island, the Cosheen Fishing and Mining Company rescue of East India Man ‘Charlotte’ by Cosheen fishermen.
1827 Vestry Returns for Dioceses of Cork and Cloyne, Church of Ireland (the State Church).
Local Loan advances Co. Cork, 1839, 1843
Full schedule by area, amount of loans and numbers with local person responsible usually Clergyman or Magistrate
These are probably the Local Loans that the RIC was asked to check up on in 1850
Grand July Presentments of County Treasurer, Co. Cork, James De La Cour, Summer 1818, including Dispensaries for Clonakilty,, Crookstown, Bantry, Ballydehob, Dunmanway, Macroom.
Tolls claimed by the Earl of Bantry 28th June 1818 collected by Cornelius Mahoney together with Masseytown (Macroom), Timoleague, Clonakilty, Bandon, Enniskeane, Ballylboy (Dunmanway), Castletown Kinneagh, Kinsale, Bridgetown (Skibbereen), Co. Cork.
Jails, Co, Cork, 1818, including Bandon, Clonakilty, Dunmanway, Skibbereen, Bridgetown (Skibbereen), Rosscarbery, including Jurisdiction, Committals, Numbers, Debtors
From University Od Southampton, Digitalisation project Irish parliamentary Records
Courtesy De La Salle, Skibbereen, publication.
Flax West Cork
Sir Richard Cox, Flax,