|Organisation :||Waterford County Museum|
|Article Title :||Tallow : An Outline History|
|Page Title :||Tallow Dispensary Committee|
|Page Number :||5|
|Publication Date :||09 November 2013|
|Expiry Date :||Never Expires|
[Editors Note: In 1851 an Irish dispensary service was established under the control of the Poor Law Commission. It was available to all who could not afford medical attention.]
The first meeting of the Tallow Dispensary Committee was held at the Courthouse, Tallow, on 13th March 1852, when the following appointments were made.
Arthur Usher Esq. appointed Chairman;
The Committee appointed every second Tuesday as the meeting. Next meeting to be held on Tuesday 23rd inst at 11.00 a.m. A notice was drafted:
Medical Doctor - Doctor Foot. The fever Hospital is within the Lismore Poor-Law union and served Tallow as well.