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THE IRISH BUILDER.

THE IRISH BUILDER.

tion, the interests of truth compel us to tread on the very susceptible corns of our countrymen. Such homes as we have referred to, a class, and the very spirit that creates them is as yet utterly unknown in Ireland. We continue to be conservatively satisfied with the most eleme
01 December 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
style and form approaching to what they

style and form approaching to what they

should be. Some of our native and adopted architects, who began the practice of their profession in the last decade of the eighteenth century, lived far into the present century. Such were Gandon, Morrison, Johnston, and few others less known, though with good practice. It may n
15 November 1871 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRISH AND ENGLISH BUILDING

IRISH AND ENGLISH BUILDING

SOCIETIES. In our last issue we explained the modus operundi of one class of our building societies and their reputed advantages. Now we wish the reader to understand that we have no direct prejudice to a building society per sc. Building societies properly constituted and worke
15 November 1871 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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01 July 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE “BRIDGE” FIGHT.

THE “BRIDGE” FIGHT.

Mr. George Gordou Page, A.1.C.E., appears again before the public to explain certain matters in controversy between himself and Messrs. Lanyon, Lynn and Lanyon, respecting the designs submitted about eight years ago for a New Carlisle Bridge.” We must content ourselves with repr
01 July 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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SK»I iHINO HERETOFORE-CHOieS-BRMN EEMSTO 04:€ItKMEMT • STREET •• UiRM Manufacturers of Sacred Vessels, Memorials Brasses, Metal Screens, Altar Rails, Reading Dcsks, Lecterns Pulpit Lights, Coron®, ChandeUers, Standards for Gas and Candles, and every description of Gas Fittings; I
01 July 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMPROVED WATERPROOF ROOFING

IMPROVED WATERPROOF ROOFING

Houses, Pavilions, Sheds, Farm Buildings, ONE PENNS' PER SQUARE FOOT. BEST AND CHEAPEST ROOFING IN THE MARKET. Samples and Testimonials free. AMU FACTORY FARIA, OLASGOW. Mabbot Street. © proprietor finsit) 3Smltier epecutess, tbe liesst gtple, luitf) tjesipatit), anil most motif
01 July 1871 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MONOGRAMS.*

MONOGRAMS.*

What is a monogram ? Oh, it is your initials twisted together, so that nobody can read them, and then stamped on your note-paper. This is fair description of a monogram according to the received notion in this nine*- teenth century. Most people would he greatly astonished to be
01 February 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HARBOURS.

HARBOURS.

It is expected that the dispute between the Drogheda Harbour Commissioners and the Messrs. Grendon, proprietors of the Dock Yard, will be amicably settled without any recourse to law its tedious processes. By the terms of the lease held by Grendon and Co. it appears they are not
01 February 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROBERT BROWN AND SON, FERGUSLIE FIRE-CLAY WORKS, PAISLEY, WOULD draw the attention of parties rc- VV quiving FIRE-CLAY GOODS to

ROBERT BROWN AND SON, FERGUSLIE FIRE-CLAY WORKS, PAISLEY, WOULD draw the attention of parties rc- VV quiving FIRE-CLAY GOODS to

the Stocks kept at their Depots, NORTH-WALL, DUBLIN, and QXJEEN’S-ftUAY, BELFAST. Where will he found the largest most vwied and assortment of Scotch Fire-Clay Goods in Ireland, and Second ° The followl ong others, are tlie goods kept in Stock While Fire Brides, for facing I k b
01 February 1870 - The Dublin Builder - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland