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9-May-1910King George V. proclaimed in Dublin. 
29-Aug-191030First Aviation Meeting in Ireland held at Leopardstown racecourse under the auspices of the Aero Club of Ireland, when successful exhibition flights were made by Capt. Bertram Dickson, Mr. Cecil Grace, and Mr. Armstrong Dexel. 
11-Sep-1910Mr . Robert Loraine, attempted to fly across the Irish Channel from Holyhead to Dublin, but the Aeroplane fell into the sea a couple of hundred yards from the Bailey Lighthouse, Howth. 
5-Jul-191112Twenty-three warships of the Home Fleet at Kingstown , under the command of Adm. Sir Francis Bridgeman , K.C.B. 
8-Jul-1911Their Majesties the King and Queen, with the Prince of Wales and Princess Mary, arrived at Kingstown and drove to Dublin Castle amidst scenes of great enthusiasm. Their Majesties opened the new Royal College of Science, Upr. Merrion-street, subsequently visiting Trinity College, the Phoenix Park Races, and the Iveagh Play Centre in Francis-street. The Prince of Wales and Princess Mary attended the Dublin University Regatta, Island Bridge. 
9-Jul-1911Their Majesties attended Divine Service in St. Patrick's Cathedral, and afterwards visited Maynooth College and the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham. 
10-Jul-1911The King received Addresses at the Castle and afterwards held a Levee. The Queen received an Address from the Women of Ireland. Their Majesties attended Leopardstown Races. State Banquet at the Castle, followed by a Chapter of the Most Illustrious Order of St. Patrick, when the Earl of Shaftesbury and Viscount Kitchener were invested as extra Knights. 
11-Jul-1911The king held a review at the Phoenix park, gave a Garden Party at the Vice-Regal Ledge, and opened the P. F. Collier Memorial Dispensary in Great Charles-street. 
12-Jul-1911Departure of Their Majesties for Holyhead. 
8-Aug-1911The Associated Chambers of Commerce met in Dublin under the Presidency of Earl Brassey, G.C.B. 

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