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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. 
1634A parliament held in Dublin, in which the supremacy of the archbishop of Armagh over him of Dublin was restored. Also, a convocation by which a new book of canons was established. 
1635A theatre built in Werburgh-street. 
1637A new charter and statutes granted to Trinity College, the latter compiled by Archbishop Laud. 
1640John Atherton, bishop of Waterford, executed at Stephen's-green for bestiality. Sir Christopher Wandesford died while lord deputy. Sir 'William Parsons and Sir John Borlase sworn lords justices. 
1641Owen Connolly gives information of a plot to seize Dublin Castle. The council and the records of several public offices removed from the Castle to Cork-house. Part of the city wall fell down. 
1642Sir Charles Coote, governor of Dublin, killed in a sally from Trim. The citizens of Dublin ordered to bring in their plate to meet the exigencies of the government, which was sent to the mint to the value of £12,000. 
1644Population of Dublin ascertained to be : Protestants, 2,565 males, 2,986 females; Catholics, 1,202 males, 1,406 females : total, 8,159. An excise on all goods consumed in Dublin, imposed for the use of the army. 
1646Peace proclaimed between the King and the Irish. Owen Roe O'Neale and General Preston unite their forces to besiege Dublin, but are compelled to desist through want of provisions 

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