Catalog Record: The history and antiquities of the city of Dublin, from the earliest accounts | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The history and antiquities of the city of Dublin, from the earliest accounts : compiled ... by the late Walter Harris, esq, ; with an appendix containing a history of the cathedrals of Christ-Church and St. Patrick, the university, the hospitals and other public buildings. Also two plans, one of the city as it was in the year 1610, being the earliest extant; the other as it is at present, from the accurate survey of the late Mr. Rocque.

Main Author: Harris, Walter, 1686-1761.
Language(s): English
Published: Dublin, Printed for L. Flinn, 1766.
Subjects: Dublin (Ireland) > Description and travel.
Dublin (Ireland) > History.
Note: Appendix: p. 371-509.
Physical Description: 509 p. fold. front., plates (part. fold.) fold. plans, fold. table, 21 cm.
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