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M abbot Street © % tfte firisf) tjcfcuteg, m tfte besit style, Uritfo liespateft, most moderate terms, all orders te

M abbot Street © % tfte firisf) tjcfcuteg, m tfte besit style, Uritfo liespateft, most moderate terms, all orders te

may be fabouretj loitl) all branches of PRINTING. Office: 42, Mabbot Street, Dublin.
May 1, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A VISIT TO WATERFORD. A few passing notes of historic Waterford, jotted down during a recent visit, will not be

A VISIT TO WATERFORD. A few passing notes of historic Waterford, jotted down during a recent visit, will not be

out of place in the pages of the Irish Builder. During our walk through the city, we saw a little to admire and much to condemn. Our visit partook more of the character of a social and sanitary one than aught else, and our business did not consist of hunting after antiquarian re
September 15, 1871 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH BUILDER

THE IRISH BUILDER

[Oct. 1, 1871
October 1, 1871 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THINGS NOT GENERALLY KNOWN

THINGS NOT GENERALLY KNOWN

That the Dublin Lying-in Hospital was designed German architect of the name of Richard Castles, and that the same architect constructed the first stone lock in Ireland on the Newry Canal. That the architects of Ireland, as body, are not embodied ; and, unlike their English breth
October 1, 1871 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Oct. 1, 1871.]

Oct. 1, 1871.]

October 1, 1871 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the piercing, "cooping, and perforating tools, and 1 outlie StTr/A^gnst'lS'i, obtained then last, again, to their important work. /statement of

the piercing, "cooping, and perforating tools, and 1 outlie StTr/A^gnst'lS'i, obtained then last, again, to their important work. /statement of

all their liabilities incurred in the But it ought not to pass unmentioned that when Dublin Main Dra i„ a ge Bill, and in the winter months the water at the Fourneaux follow:—Mr. R. M. Muggeridge, per end was insufficient for the purpose, the ever active 0 g 9J Messrs. Smith and
October 1, 1871 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE IRISH BUILDER.

THE IRISH BUILDER.

parts of Ireland, particularly in the south and south-west, although entirely ignorant of the former uses of these towers, they are called cillcaijh name which sufficiently indicates a heathen origin, cill signifying temple, and aijhh, tire. Again, I find in the Annals of the Fo
December 15, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST.

BELFAST.

THE IRISH BUILDER. M AVAR’S SEMOLINA ii iolelv the heart •* of the very beet Wheat. AVAR’S SEMOLINA * is richer than any other farinaceoua food 2. in Axotic matter, indispensable in the muscular formation of the body. AY AR’S SEMOLINA Highly recommended by the icultv for Childre
December 1, 1871 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.

NOTICE TO BUILDERS.

BALLYNOCKEN GRANITE STONE, of tlie best quality, can be supplied in Blocks up to » tons, and Lengths to 16 feet. List of prices will be sent on application to JOHN BRADY’, Ballynoeken Granite Stuns Quarry, Blessiugton, Co. Wicklow. THE ROYAL EXCHANGE ASSURANCE. i Incorporated A.
August 1, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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August 1, 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland