OPW Building Letters. [Kerry]



Office of Public Works (O.P.W.) Letters at National Archives, Dublin in Relation to Building Repairs and Erection of New Stations.

Co. Kerry.


Ballydavid Coastguard Station. Office of Public Works Dublin. 16 November 1870.

Sir, I return the papers referred in your letter of the 21st ult. With the exception of J. Goggins offer to erect the crab winch for £11-18-6. Although the slip is not unusually steep the winch will be useful particularly when there is a scarcity of hands at the Station and it has therefore been ordered.

Reference; Board of Works Letter Books. National Archives, Bishop St. Dublin 6.


Oysterhaven Coastguard Station. Co. Cork Office of Public Works Dublin. 18 September 1871.

Sir, In compliance with your request of the 15th inst. I return herewith the papers relating to the case of squatting at Oysterhaven, forwarded with your letter of the 8th inst.

I am sir, your obedient servant. Will. S. Stark.

To Lt. Col. Clarke RE. Spring Garden. London.

Reference; Board of Works Letter Books. National Archives, Bishop St. Dublin 6.




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