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Donations to The Juvenile Association for 1831

The Seventh Annual Report

Of The

Juvenile Association,

For Promoting The Education Of

The Deaf and Dumb Poor Of Ireland.

For The Year Ending Easter Monday,

1831.

 


“He hath done all things well : He maketh both the Deaf to hear,
and the Dumb to speak.” – Mark vii. 37. 


 

LURGAN ASSOCIATION.
£12.  16s.
 
Collectors
Boyd, Mrs. Joseph H.
Dickson, Miss
Greer, Miss Jane
Greer, Miss Catherine
Greer, Mr. William
Shaw, Mr. James
Waring, Miss Jane
Wilson, Miss Mary
 
Treasurer,
Mr. William Greer
 
Secretary,
Mr. James Shaw
 
Amount received at Charity Sermon
preached by Rev. J. Gregg £3. 2s. 8d.
 
Mrs. J. H. Boyd’s Card. s. d.
Boyd, Mrs Joseph H. 5 0
Hall, Mr. William 5 0
Watts, Mr. Samuel 5 0
     
Miss Dickson’s Card. s. d.
Atkins, Mr. 5 0
Boyd, Mrs. 5 0
Boyd, Mr. James 5 0
Bullock, Miss 3 0
Dickson, Miss 4 0
Haslett, Mr. 5 0
Mills, Mr. 5 0
Overend, Miss 1 0
     
Miss Jane Greer’s Card. s. d.
Armstrong, Mr. 5 0
Blood, Mrs. 5 0
Gilbert, Mrs. J. 1 0
Kelly, Miss Ann 5 0
Greer, Miss 4 0
Morris, Mrs. 5 0
     
Miss C. Greer’s Card. s. d.
Cuppage, Miss S. E. 5 0
Greer, Miss C. 5 0
     
Mr. William Greer’s Card. s. d.
Greer, Mr. William 10 0
     
Mr. James Shaw’s Card. s. d.
Boyd, Mr. 4 0
Brown, Mr. John 4 0
Brown, Mr. Edward 4 0
B–, Mr. R. (don.) 2 6
Shaw, Mr. James 4 0
     
Miss Jane Waring’s Card. s. d.
Armstrong, Mrs. 4 0
Bamber, Miss 1 6
Beatty, Mrs. 5 0
Berry, Mrs. 2 0
Getty, Mr. 2 6
Holmes, Miss 5 0
Murphy, Mr. 1 0
Murray, Mrs. 5 0
McKinley, Miss 2 6
Owens, Mr. 2 0
Waring, Miss H. 5 0
Waring, Miss J. 5 0
Waring, Mrs. L. 2 6
     
Miss M. Wilson’s Card. s. d.
Boyd, Mr. J. 4 4
Byrne, Mr. Edward 1 0
Cuppage, Mrs. Thomas 5 0
Friends 5 6
Malcomson, Miss 4 6
Paul, Mr. 2 6
Taylor, Mr. S. 1 0
Watson, Mr. F. 5 0
Wilson, Mrs. 5 0
Wilson, Miss 5 0
Wilson, Miss 5 0

 

Extracts From Reports.

“Your Auxiliary cannot here refrain from expressing their regret, that in a neighbouring and influential town, insinuations should have been cast out, and objections raised against the Claremont Institution; not that in doing so, we entertain an idea the most remote, that these insinuations and charges are, or have been grounded upon fact; but we lament that their influence should have extended to places whither an antidote might not follow them, or a preventative have preceded them: thus, perhaps, checking in its birth, any casual excitement, or friendly effort for an Institution which combines all the known advantages for the education of Deaf mutes, with all attainable economy of expenditure.”

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