Monuments in Dublin
The Graphic (17 August 1878): 184.
Top row, left to right: (1) Birthplace of Thomas Moore, Corner of Angier Street. (2) Statuie of Edmund Burke, College Green. (3) Statue of the Early of Carlisle, Phoenix Park. (4) Statue of Grattan, College Green. (5) St. Michan’s Church. (6) Birthplace of Dean Swift, Hoey’s Court (now demolished). (7) Statue of William III. (8) Mornington House, where the Duke of Wellingon was born. (9) The Prince Consort Memorial. (10) Tombs of Strongbow and His Son, Christ Church. (11) The O’Connell Monument, Glasnevin. (12) Monuments to Swift and Stella, St. Patrick’s Cathedral. (13) Burke’s House, Arran’s Quay.
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