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Georgian Dublin Gillian OBrien

Georgian Dublin

Gillian OBrien

Published September 1st 2008
ISBN : 9781846821226
Hardcover
203 pages
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This collection looks at the less obvious remnants of Dublin s Georgian past - the literature, the publishing industry, the clothes, the music and the hobbies associated with this period. The contributors are: Gillian O Brien (St Patrick s College,MoreThis collection looks at the less obvious remnants of Dublin s Georgian past - the literature, the publishing industry, the clothes, the music and the hobbies associated with this period. The contributors are: Gillian O Brien (St Patrick s College, DCU) Dublin in the late Georgian period- Sarah Foster (Crawford College) Consumption and economic nationalism in Dublin, 1720 85- Vandra Costello (UCD) Recreation in Georgian Dublin- Lisa Marie Griffith (TCD) The position of lord mayor, 1760 1800- Colum Kenny (DCU) King s Inns move to Constitution Hill- Niamh Howlin (UCD) Special juries in Dublin, 1725 1833- Finola O Kane (UCD) Dublin s Georgian suburbia- Alison Fitzgerald (UCD) Goldsmiths in 18th-century Dublin- Aileen Douglas (TCD) Dublin in fiction of the later 18th century- Sharon Murphy (TCD) Maria Edgeworth s representations of Georgian Dublin- Julie Anne Stevens (St Patrick s, DCU) Perspectives of Georgian Dublin- W.J. McCormack (Worth Library) Sources for the library of Edward Worth- Johanna Archbold (TCD) James Moore and the publication of the Encylopaedia Britannica, 1790 1800- Andreas Boldt (NUIM) The Graves family- Michelle Mangan, Dublin and Limerick during the 1832 cholera epidemic.