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1851 – St. Maries of the Isle Mercy Convent, Sharman Crawford St., Cork

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Architect: William Atkins

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Published in The Building News, December 7 1850. Constructed in red sandstone with limestone dressings. The proposed spire was never completed. Described at the time of constructed as: “This building now in course of erection, will comprise a house of mercy, affording a home to a number of young women of good character, temporarily out of employment.”

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