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Dublin Almanack


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Date of Article: 01/01/1776
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Mafter s and Wardens. 117 MASTERS, WARDENS, and CLERKS, of the twenty- five Guilds or Corporations, with their fwearing Days. I. MERCHANTS, or Holy Trinity Guild. Monday before Michaelmas Quarter Assembly. GEorge Maquay, Thomas- street and Nathaniel Warren, Mill- street.— Wardens, Henry Howison, Jervis street; and Roger Thompson, High street.— Clerk, Ben. Taylor, great Ship- fireet. 2. TAYLORS, or Guild of St. John the Baptist Jvne 24. Master, John Kennedy, Parliament- street.— Wardens, John Maxwell, E Cole alley ; and Robert Henry, Marys- abbey.— Clerk, Charles Meares, Skinner- row. 3. SMITHS, or Guild of St. Loy. First Thursday in August. Master, Daniel Christian, little Ship- street.— Wardens, Mich. Hutchinson, Dame- street ; and John Richards, Ormond quay.— Clerk, William Osbrey, Merchant's- quay- 4. BARBERS, or Guild of St. Mary Magdalen. June 30. Master, Henry Mullen, Bedford- row— Wardens, John Cum- mins, Denmark- street; and Richard Lucas, Phrapper- lane.— Clerk, Daniel Bourne, Edge's square. 5. BAKERS, or Guild of St. Anne. July 26. Master, Samuel Townshend, Abbey- street.— Wardens, Rich. Manders, James- street; and Edmond Grange, Stephen s- street. — Clerk, Henry Sullivan, little Britain- street. 6. BUTCHERS, or Guild of the Virgin Mary. Second Friday in September. Master, William Smith, Channel- row.— Wardens, Ch. Grant, Charles- str. George Baily, Poolbeg str. and Matt. Thompson, Patrick- street.— Clerk, Alexander Castell, Cabbage garden- lane. 7. CARPENTERS, or Fraternity of the Blessed Virgin, August 16. Master, Arthur Bambrick, Ushers- street.*— Wardens, Arthur Law, Bride- street-, and Thomas Mc. Mahon, Moore- street.— Clerk, John Rawlins, Aungier street. 8. SHOEMAKERS, or Guild of the Blessed Virgin Mary. First Monday after Midsummer Masters, George Cole, Mary street'-, and Edward Hughes, • Capel street.— Wardens, William Meldrum, Winetavern street; and Samuel Bollon, S. New- row. — Clerk, William Lawrence, . Patrick- street. y I 9. SADLERS
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