1879 – Design for No. 17 College Green, Dublin

Architect: Perry & Reed

“We publish a view of the façade of some new offices proposed to be erected for Messrs.

1878 – Original Design for South City Markets, Dublin

Architect: W. & R. Mawson as Lockwood & Mawson

South City Markets takes up an entire block of the city and is surrounded on all sides by a network of small busy commercial streets.

1881 – Rossdohan House, Sneem, Co. Kerry

Architect: John P. Seddon

House for Dr Samuel Thomas Heard, burnt out 1922. Seddon’s only constructed design in Ireland.

1881 – Design for St. Peter’s Church, Drogheda, Co. Louth

Architect: John L. Robinson

Unsuccessful design in competition for St. Peter’s Church which was won by O’Neill & Byrne.

1879 – Home for Protestant Incurables, Cork

Architect: W.H. Hill

The original Home was founded in 1872 by Miss Frances Fitzgerald Gregg and was located in Albert House,

1881 – Unbuilt Design for St. Peter’s Church, Drogheda, Co. Louth

Architect: Charles Armfield

Unsuccessful design for church by Charles Noel Armfield of Whitby, the York Diocesan Surveyor. There were around twenty-five entrants and the competition was won by O’Neill &

1881 – Entry Regulations for National Museum Competition

The following conditions of the competition for the new Museum in Dublin have been issued by the Commissioners of Public Works:—
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1884 – Design for St. Mary Immaculate, Inchicore, Dublin

Architect: George C. Ashlin

“This building was commenced some years ago, but only the nave and aisles have been built.

1884 – Annmount, Glounthaune, Co. Cork

Architect: George C. Ashlin

In 1810 the local landowners, the Falkiner family of Annmount, planned and laid out this village,

1883 – Design For Free Library, Belfast

Architect: Thomas R. Richards

“We illustrate this week the principal elevation, fronting Royal Avenue, of the Belfast Free Public Library,