1890 – Fr. Mathew Memorial Hall, Church St., Dublin

Architect: Walter G. Doolin

Later extended by Charles J. McCarthy and Anthony Scott. Used as a makeshift hospital for wounded volunteers during the 1916 Rising.,

1866 – St. Peter’s Cathedral, Belfast

Architect: Fr Jeremiah Ryan McAulay

Originally constructed as a parish church, it was designed by Fr Jeremiah Ryan McAulay,

1929 – Public Elementary School, Limavady, Co. Derry

Architect: Roland Ingleby Smith

Attributed to Roland Ingleby Smith in his role as Chief architect of the Northern Ireland Ministry of Finance.

1866 – Ulster Bank, Maghera, Co. Derry

Architect: Thomas Jackson

Imposingly solid bank branch for the Ulster Bank Company, and still in use by the same company today,

1875 – Vicarage, Randalstown, Co. Antrim

Architect:William McElwee

Published in The Irish Builder, June 1 1875. “The site is elevated and gives extensive views of the surrounding country,

1887 – Drew Memorial Parsonage, Belfast

Architect: Henry Seaver

“The above building, lately erected for the select vestry of the “Drew Memorial Church”, Belfast, occupies a corner site in Botanic-avenue.

1880 – Design for Concert Hall, Westland Row, Dublin

Architect: William Kaye-Parry

Designed to be constructed behind the Royal Irish Academy of Music on Westland Row by William Kaye-Parry,

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,