Volume IV

Dr. Seán O'Reilly

Volume IV contains contributions from Mary Bryan, Jane Fenlon, Alison FitzGerald, Conor O’Brien, Susan Keating, Jane Meredith, Lynda Mulvin and Aidan O’Boyle.

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  • A Georgian survivor: Fitzwilliam Square garden and its commissioners

    Mary Bryan

  • ‘Until the heats of Italy are over’: Charles Jervas writes from Paris in 1698

    Jane Fenlon

  • The production of silver in late-Georgian Dublin

    Alison FitzGerald and Conor O’Brien

  • Chromatic delights: Dublin’s terracotta buildings in the later nineteenth century

    Susan Keating

  • Letters between friends: Lord Charlemont’s library and other matters

    Jane Meredith

  • St Mary’s Cathedral, Limerick: unpublished correspondence of the cathedral restoration in the nineteenth century

    Lynda Mulvin

  • Aldborough House, Dublin: a construction history

    Aidan O’Boyle

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Portrait of IGS founder Desmond Guinness
Desmond Guinness, founder of the Irish Georgian Society