1882 – Proposal for Central Library, Belfast

Architect: L.A. McDonnell

An unsuccessful entry in the competition to design a new Central Library on Belfast on Royal Avenue.

1875 – The Coffee Palace, Townsend Street, Dublin

Architect: Frederick Morley

The Coffee Palace was run by the Dublin Total Abstinence Society. It included hotel accommodation, coffee booths,

1880 – Design for Cottage, Co. Dublin

Architect: William Kaye-Parry

“OUR illustration is a perspective view of a half timbered cottage, designed some years ago by Mr.

1882 – Cottages, Downhill, Co. Derry

Architect: F.H. Godwin

Known as the Twelve Apostles, and situated just behind the Tunnel Brae carpark, these were old labourers cottages.

1882 – McHugh’s Drapery, Rosemary Street, Belfast

Architect: Alexander Macalister

Large drapery store, now demolished, B & E McHugh. Macalister was responsible for alterations including extension,

1881 – Munce’s, 11-17 Cornmarket, Belfast

Architect: Thomas Jackson and Sons

Demolished circa 1980 by which time it had acquired an extra storey. Replaced by a poor commercial building also in brick which attempted to mimic the rhythm of the windows in the original.

1878 – Houses, College Gardens, Belfast

Architect: William Batt

“This terrace has just been completed, and occupies a very fine position on a private avenue in front of the Wesleyan College.

1881 – Design for principal entrance to a demense

Architect: W.I. Chambers

“Our illustration in this number represents a design for a principal entrance to a very large demesne,

1881 – Proposal for Chapel, St. Joseph’s Convent, Kilkenny

Architect: Henry Brett & Sons

“We give as illustration with present issue, the design for west elevation of the proposed Convent Chapel,

10th C. – Round Tower, Kilmacduagh, Co. Galway

An unusual round tower with several unique features – the doorway is extremely high off the ground; there is a number of windows around the top;