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1810The spire of St. Werburgh's Church taken down. 
1811Stamp Office removed to a building in William-street, erected by Lord Powerscourt for his town residence. House of Refuge for Industrious Females, Stanhope-st. founded. A floating light ship moored on the northern extremity of the Kish Bank, S. E. of Dublin Bay. Society for Promoting the Education of the Poor of Ireland, afterwards called the Kildare-place Society, instituted. 
1812Richmond Basin, Portobello, for supplying the south-eastern side of the city with water, opened. Wesleyan Meeting-house, Cork-street, opened. Dublin Penitentiary, Grangegorman-lane, commenced. Old Man's Asylum, Russell-place, opened. 
1813Petition of the Corporation of Dublin against further concessions to the Roman Catholics, presented at the bar of the House of Commons by the Lord Mayor. Foundation stone of Richmond-bridge laid on the site of Ormond-bridge. Royal Irish Institution, for the encouragement of the fine arts, College-street, opened. Richmond Penitentiary, South Circular-road, commenced. Debtors' Friend Society revived. Population of Dublin, according to an imperfect enumeration under a legislative act, 175,319. 
1814The streets of Dublin nearly impassable for three weeks, in consequence of a heavy fall of snow. Subscriptions to the amount of £10,000 raised for the relief of the suffering poor, by which 66,000 persons were assisted. Stove Tenter House, Cork-street, built at the sole expense of Mr. Thomas Pleasants, for the use of the weavers in the Liberty. General illumination for the capture of Paris, and the restoration of the Bourbon dynasty in France. Peace with France proclaimed. Rejoicings for four days on the centenary of the Hanoverian succession. Foundation of the new Post-Office, Sackville-street, laid. Hibernian Missionary Society instituted. House of Refuge, Baggot-street, erected. Vice-regal Chapel, Dublin Castle, opened for divine service. Dublin Female Penitentiary, North Circular-road, opened. 
1815Nine persons killed, and many severely wounded, by the fall of the balustrade before the steps of the Royal Exchange, in consequence of the pressure of a crowd, collected to witness the public whipping of a culprit. Illuminations for the victory of Waterloo. The mansion house of the Duke of Leinster, in Kildare-street, purchased by the Dublin Society. Molyneux Asylum for Blind Females, Peter-street, opened in the buildings which had been Astley's Amphitheatre. Methodist Missionary Society instituted. Widows' Retreat, Dorset-street, erected. Richmond District Lunatic Asylum erected. St. Stephen's-green new modelled, and enclosed with an iron balustrade. St. Michael and St. John's Roman Catholic Church erected on the site of Smock-alley Theatre. St. Michael's Church, Michael's-hill, rebuilt. Dorset institution, Sackville-street, opened. Monument erected to the memory of the Duke of Dorset, at Killiney Hill, on the spot where his death was caused by a fall from his horse. 
1816Richmond-bridge opened; expense £25,800. Wellington Iron Bridge erected. First steam packet started from Dublin harbour. Subscriptions for the unemployed weavers of Dublin raised, to the amount of £18,586. Foundation of the Metropolitan Church of Conception, Marlborough-St. and of Whitworth-bridge laid. Maison de Sante, George's-place, North Circular-road, opened. Deaf and Dumb Institution, Claremont, near Glasnevin, opened. Corn Exchange, Burgh-quay, commenced. 
1817Foundation of the Asylum Harbour, Dunleary, laid. Foundation of the Wellington testimonial, Phoenix Park, laid. Day of prayer and mourning for the death of the Princess Charlotte of Wales, universally observed throughout the city and country. Infirmary for Diseases of the Skin opened. Pleasants' Asylum for Protestant Female Orphans opened. First show of flowers by the Horticultural Society at Donnybrook. Whitworth Fever Hospital, Drumcondra, commenced. Aeronautic voyage across the Irish Sea, from Dublin to Anglesea Island accomplished by Mr. Windham Sadler. 
1818New General Post-Office opened. Mendicity Association, opened in the buildings of the Dublin Society, Hawkins's-St., since the Theatre Royal. Savings' Bank, St. Peter's parish, Cuffe-street, opened. The Grand Duke Michael of Russia, and the Archduke Maximilian of Austria, visit Dublin, 
1819Hassan Khan, the Persian ambassador, visits Dublin. The Royal Arcade, College-green, fitted up at the sole expense of Mr. George Home, opened. 

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