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  • * British History Online *

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    Volume 122, June 3-July 29, 1710, 03 June 1710-29 July 1710

    of Commons asking that her Majesty would direct 300 l. to be paid for buying in certain houses on Cork Hill to enlarge the way into Dublin Castle. Dated Dublin, 18 July 1710. Minuted: Prepare a warr t to be

    Warrant Book, August 1710, 1-5, 01 August 1710-31 August 1710

    of the House of Commons, Ireland) for purchasing the ground or street and the several buildings thereon leading up Cork Hill to the Castle of Dublin and for enlarging and levelling the said street and making a new way into

    Index, D, 01 January 1710-31 December 1710

    issue for, 12. plans for, made by Captain Burke, 6. representation re , 511. clothier of. See Diamond, F. Cork Hill, purchase of ground, & c., on, 391. Four Courts, escapes of prisoners from, fines for, 389; Marshal of. See

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF SIR CHAP.LES A. CAM=EOx, M.D. "Department of the Medical Officer of Health, and Public Analyst. "Public Health Office, "Cork Hill, City Laboratory. "17, Castle Street, Dublin, 1 I "Mareb 26th, 1898. "I have examined specimens of Vi-Cocoa, and have Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gloucester Street, seventeen ; in High Stretfoy-o Vo its in a second' pusblic-house in Capel Street, thiwyawo li ad Cork Hill, fifty-, in Aungier trsity;oBug wity on- Quay,' twelve ; in Witie Tavern Srtbwey;an onMR1 it Sir John Bogersn Quy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    remembered that at the latter end of 1881 it was pmoposed that tho Invineibles should take a house on Cork Hill, opposite the entrance to the Castle, from which the Lord Lieutenant could be assasinated as he came out. Carey Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from the House of Lords. Another Fenian council was broken up on Tues- day night in a public-house on Cork Hill, Dublin. The brother of the proprietor, and twenty-seven others, were arrested. There was no resistance. According to the Owol, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The procession fromWestlandIRowproceeded through Lower Merrion Street, Clare Street, Leinster Street, Nassau Street, Le Grafton Street, DAtme Street, and Cork Hill to the Castle. An officer of the Quarter- master-deiioral~s Depastinent led the procession, followed by the advance guard, the Subscribers-only content

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