1877 – Gretton Villas, Nos 128 & 130 Malone Rd., Belfast

Architect: William Batt

Being erected by April 1877, for Robert Atkinson of Beaumont. Finished in red brick with bands of blue Staffordshire brick.Illustration published in The Irish Builder,

1880 – Cottages, Bloomfield, Belfast

Architect: Young & Mackenzie

Described in The Irish Builder, as “the site is at Bloomfield, Co. Down, one of the rising suburbs of the “Northern Athens.””

1879 – Houses, Malone Road, Belfast

Architect: William Batt

Described in The Irish Builder: “One is a single house, and the other, having windows in the gable,

1874 – Memorial Cross, Cushendall, Co. Antrim

Architect: Timothy Hevey

Designed by Timothy Hevey and executed by C.W. Harrison of Dublin in memory of the Reverend John Fitzsimons.

1884 – Coolfin, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary

Architect: Walter G. Doolin

House design exhibited in Dublin in 1882 and published in The Irish Builder 1884.

1884 – Heathfield, Dunfanaghy, Co. Donegal

Architect: Walter G. Doolin

Country villa designed for W. Doherty. Published in The Irish Builder, and design exhibited at the RHA.

1895 – Lee Memorial Tower, St. Mary’s Church, Haddington Rd., Dublin

Architect: Walter G. Doolin

Unbuilt competition entry for new tower and entrance front to existing church.
“OUR lithograph with this issue is from a drawing exhibited at the recent Hibernian Academy Exhibition of a design sent in,

1886 – Leinster Hall, Hawkin’s Street, Dublin

Architect: C.J. Phipps

Constructed by 1886 as the Leinster Hall after a fire in 1879 destroyed the Theatre Royal on this site.

1880 – Lodge & Entrance, Bladon Park, Belfast, Co. Antrim

Architect: William Batt

Designed for Robert Atkinson J.P. of Beaumont. Published in The Irish Builder, September 15 1880. The lodge still exist but the gateway has been widened by removing the central gateposts and the gates removed.

1880 – Convent, Church and School, Kilmacthomas, Co. Waterford

Architect: Mathias T. O’Keefe

Although the convent building and school were constructed largely as illustrated – the church was not.