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1610Chequer-lane, now Exchequer-street, opened. The population of the city and suburbs estimated at 20,000 souls. The map of the city published. 
1611Lord Carew arrived in Dublin as commissioner to inspect the affairs of Ireland. 
1613A parliament in Dublin, after twenty-seven years' suspension of such assemblies, from which the Catholic members seceded, in consequence of being left in a minority by the Protestants on the choice of a speaker 
1614A convocation held in Dublin, which established articles of religion. 
1617A proclamation to banish friars and seminary priests 
1622A university opened in Back-lane for the education of Roman Catholics. Several citizens censured by the Castle Chamber for refusing to take the oath of Supremacy. 
1623Proclamation to expel all the Roman Catholic clergy, secular and regular, from the kingdom within forty days, and prohibiting all communication with them after that time. The Rolls office built by Sir Christopher Wandesford, master of the Rolls, at his own expense. 
1627A second examiner added to the Court of Chancery. 
1630A Roman Catholic priest being seized in Dublin, was rescued by the people. Fifteen of the religious houses newly founded by the Roman Catholics seized into the king's hands. 
1632The Roman Catholic college in Back-lane closed by order of government, and granted to Trinity College, who established a weekly lectureship there. 

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