Plaques on Henrietta St – Irish bit?

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    • #709502
      JuliusCaesar
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      anyone know what the Irish bit on those peeling plaques (the ones excoriating Alderman Meade) means?

    • #790407
      Anonymous
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      Incidentally, is there a body responsible for the plaques on the various monuments around Dublin?

      There’s one just across the canal from Mount St, I believe it’s a 1916 memorial, stone tablet with irish text engraved into it, and it’s damn near unreadable.

      (oh, seems it’s already been mentioned here: https://archiseek.com/content/showpost.php?p=65110&postcount=10 )

    • #790408
      Anonymous
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      If anyone has a decent photo of it, I’ll translate it.

    • #790409
      Anonymous
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      Is this the one?

      The bottom bit says “It’s now with an Irish citizen”, referring to the ownership of the building.

    • #790410
      Anonymous
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      @Morlan wrote:

      Is this the one?

      The bottom bit says “It’s now with an Irish citizen”, referring to the ownership of the building.

      Good man yourself Morlan, well spotted 😉

    • #790411
      Anonymous
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      ah great thanks, I was wondering if it meant it was state property……….but didn’t think so given the state of it.

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