1868 – Crimea Memorial Church, Istanbul, Turkey
During the Crimean War, the need was felt for an Anglican church to minister to British sailors and others in Constantinople.
1868 – Design for St. Ann’s Church of Ireland, Dawson Street, Dublin
Designed in a Lombardo-Romanesque style, this building was never completed with the northern tower remaining without the ornate belfry designed for it.
1868 – Foreign and India Offices, London
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office building originally provided premises for four separate government departments: the Foreign Office,
1868 – Trinity Arch Hotel, Dame Street, Dublin
Designed by Sir Thomas Newenham Deane in 1868 and modeled on the London head office of Crown Life,
1868 – St. Ann’s Church of Ireland, Dawson Street, Dublin
The original church on this site by Isaac Wills, designed in 1720 but never fully completed,
1868 – Masonic Lodge, Molesworth Street, Dublin
Built on the site of the townhouse of their first Grandmaster, the Earl of Rosse, this building was completed in 1866.
1868 – Palais de Justice, Paris
Part of the much larger Conciergerie complex, this extension of the Palais de Justice was built between 1857-68.
1868 – Bessmount, Monaghan, Co. Monaghan
Originally a relatively conventional Georgian residence, Bessmount was redesigned by William Barre (architect of the Dawson Monument in the centre of nearby Monaghan town) for William Henderson around 1869.
1868 – Presbytery, Monkstown, Co. Cork
Designed by E.W. Pugin & G.C. Ashlin in 1868 while the church was under construction,