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Dublin Moving East

Dublin Moving East
In the thousand years of Dublin history no period of expansion comes anywhere near that of the period 1708–1844 when the city more than doubled in size. All of this activity was triggered and continued to be driven during the entire period by the actions of the port authorities known as The Ballast Board and, after 1786, The Corporation for the preservation and improvement of the port of Dublin.
Our Price: €35.00
ISBN/EAN9781916492264
Stock: 4
Publisher: Wordwell
Pub. Date: June 1 2020
Author: Branagan, Michael
Format: Hardback
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