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1790s – Nos. 3-4 Harcourt Street, Dublin

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Edward Carson (1854-1935), the father of Ulster Unionism was born in No.4 Harcourt Street and represented Trinity College as Unionist MP in London. These two houses are now part of the adjoining hotel, having lay derelict for many years.

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