GregF wrote:The knarled old trees spoil the view. Perhaps they should be thinned out . Plenty of eyesores along the quays where tree planting would be very appropriate to screen the view.
They should all be bloody well removed, don't get me started !!! common sense in your thinking there Greg, but it seems sometimes a bit of common sense can be hard to find in DCC.
Interesting stuff Graham & Gunter. Now where can i get my portrait done.
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Survey of the Courts of Justice and the Several Holdings and Avenues Contiguous, Dublin 1813, By Sherwood Brassington & Green
An original plan 'Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 14th July 1813'. The colouring was completed at the time of publication to indicate boundary lines and 'Lines of Insulation Suggested in the Report of the Committee of Observation, &co on The Public Records"
According to the explanation given top left, "The Green Lines and Shade, exhibit a plan of Insulation and additional Buildings, by Francis Johnson, Esq, Architect and Inspector of Civil Buildings; and the small Black double line, shews another Plan of Insulation; neither of which were followed on account of the Expense and of additional Buildings being provided at the King's Inns"
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