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1711The council-chamber, treasury, with many of the records belonging to it, burnt. A convocation held, in which some new canons were ordained. 
1715A severe frost. 
1716A violent storm did great injury in the city. Others occurred in several years following. 
1720The building of Steevens' hospital commenced. Sermons for the relief of the distressed weavers preached in all the parish churches by order of Government. 
1722An equestrian statue of George I. set up on Essex bridge, which Was afterwards moved to Dawson-street. 
1724Violent storms in the months of November and December did much damage. 
1725Interest of money reduced to seven per cent. The Market-house in Thomas-street built. 
1726The Linen-hall opened for the sale of goods. 
1727Charter granted to the city by George II. 
1728The Charitable Infirmary on the Inns-quay founded. Population of Dublin, 146,075. 

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