Letter from Charles F. Bourke to Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, 20 Sep. 1877
Scope and Contents
Statement of his services to Irish Government, as Inspector General of Prisons, in order to obtain compensation for abolition of his office and pension from Treasury; 'During the whole of the Fenian troubles I was entrusted with most important and confidential business of every description, connected with the Police, Prisons, Magistracy the Foreign and other offices'; never asked for increased salary, honours; expected to be made Chairman of new Prison Board
- 20 Sep. 1877
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Language of Materials
- From the File: Bourke, Charles Fowler, 1832-99 (chairman of the General Prisons Board) (Person)