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1342A great booty brought into Dublin from the O'Dempseys, of Leinster, by Maurice, fourth earl of Kildare. 
1343St. Thomas-street burned accidentally. 
1348A great pestilence raged through many parts of the world, and carried off vast numbers in Dublin. 
1350The mountain septs of the Harolds, O'Beirnes, and Archbolds, submit to the English Government. 
1359A second justice added to the court of King's Bench, at a salary of £40, with liberty to continue to practise as a lawyer. 
1361The King's exchequer removed from Dublin to Carlow. A second pestilence this year. 
1362St. Patrick's Church burnt, through the neglect of the sexton. Repaired next year. 
1370The present steeple of St. Patrick's Church erected. A third pestilence, said to have been more destructive than either of the former. 
1383The Court of Common Pleas held in Carlow. 
1383A fourth pestilence in Dublin. 

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