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Dominic Bryan, S. J. Connolly and John Nagle

Linen Hall, replacing an earlier structure erected in 1754, and, at the top of the street, neatly closing off the vista, for the elegant poor house erected in 1774 by the Belfast Charitable Society ( Figure 2 ). His final contribution to the street, a new parish church financed entirely by himself, was a significant choice. The poor state of the existing building reflected the modest size and circumstances of the Anglican congregation in a mainly Presbyterian town. The construction of St Anne’s parish church, with its spire and dome ‘forming an interesting and

in Civic identity and public space
Identifying the addressers
Edward Vallance

Leicester as well, though comparison with other records has failed to identify any subscribers from the borough on this list. 26 Figure 2. Distribution of subscription to 1658 address to Richard Cromwell in Leicestershire and 1659 Baptist address to the Rump ( A further testimony to truth … by some baptized congregations, and other cordial lovers and assertors of the publick good old cause (1659)) Significantly, though, the areas where no subscriptions were taken fit

in Loyalty, memory and public opinion in England, 1658–​1727