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I beg to submit Abstract of Accounts to rc. of this College for year ending 31st. December 1891.
During the year the greatest number of Boarders present was forty two, and of day pupils eighty four.
During the year two students entered for Rhetoric Class in Maynooth, and at the end of year, one student entered Irish College, Rome, and another All Hallows College, Dublin.
I am glad to have to have [sic] to report that no serious breach of discipline occurred within the College - nor have we received any report against any of the Students from outside.
The students have approached the Sacraments regularly, and they appear to be solidly pious, and application to study fair. There has been none, or very, little...
The exterior woodwork has been painted and roofs fully repaired. I beg to remind you that no payments have been made to defray the cost of the Father Moran burse.
Luke Doyle, President.
7th June 1892
P.S. The Safe in which Diocesan Documents are preseved is not fire-proof. L.D.
The Reports for the intervening years (1892-1895) were not preserved. J.F. Donohoe (Copyist)