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1830King William IV. Proclaimed in Dublin. Valuation of Dublin made under the act 5th George IV., c. 118. The number of houses valued was 17,320, and the amount of valuation £704,757. The Society of Friends of Ireland of all religious denominations put down by proclamation on the 24th March. Those called the Anti-union Society, and the Volunteers of Ireland, prohibited from meeting; by proclamation, dated 18th and 30th October. Subscription raised for the relief of the working weavers, whereby many were sent to England. Law Society for the Improvement of the Attorneys' Profession instituted. Asylum for Penitent Females, Brown-street, opened. 
1831Grand musical festival in Dublin, at which Paganini performed; the profits were divided among the principal public charities. Daniel O'Connell, M.P., and seven others, arrested for holding political meetings, contrary to proclamation, Zoological Society instituted. Population of Dublin, 203,650. 
1832Hibernian United Service Club formed. City of Dublin Hospital, Upper Baggot-street, founded. Foundation of a Protestant Episcopal Chapel for Seamen, laid in Forbes-street, Grand Canal Basin. Asiatic Cholera raged virulently throughout Ireland for several months. 
1833Foundation of the Roman Catholic church of St. Andrew, Westland-row, laid. Railroad between Dublin and Kingstown commenced. A dreadful fire broke out in the Custom House stores, on the 9th of August, by which property to a large amount was destroyed. St. Mary's Asylum for Penitents, Drumcondra-road, and Asylum for Penitents, Mecklenburgh-street, founded. 
Nov-1834Inundation of the Dodder, whereby a temporary bridge at Ball's-bridge was carried away, the neighbouring country flooded, and much injury done to the buildings of the Railway. 
17-Dec-1834Railway between Dublin and Kingstown opened for the public. National Bank of Ireland established. Netterville Hospital and Dispensary, Blackhall-street, opened. Population of Dublin - Established Church, 61,833 ; Roman Catholics, 171,957; Presbyterians, 1,868 ; other dissenters, 1,865; total 240,273. 
1835Visit of the British Association. The Offices of the Stamp Department removed to the Custom House. The tower of St. Werburgh's church taken down. Episcopal chapel, Upper Baggot-street, opened. Foundation of St, Paul's Roman Catholic church, Arran-quay, laid. Medico-Chirurgical Society instituted. 
1836The roof of St. George's church taken down, and restored. Protestant Episcopal church, Harold's-cross, founded. Equestrian statue of William III . in College green shamefully mutilated by unknown persons. Protestant Episcopal church on the North-strand, founded. Dublin Cemetery, Harold's-cross, consecrated by the archbishop of Dublin. Dublin Choral Society instituted. Dublin Mechanics' Institute commenced. 
1837Royal Arcade, College-green, completely destroyed by fire, and the property of the shopkeepers consumed. Mariner's Church, Kingstown, opened for Divine service. Queen Victoria proclaimed in Dublin. 
1838New system of city police established. Poor laws introduced into Ireland. Welsh Chapel, Talbot-street, opened. Protestant Episcopal church, Lower Gardiner street, founded. Baptist Chapel, Lower Abbey-street, founded. Dublin and Drogheda Railway commenced. 

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