DOYLE, JOHN P.
- Born: - Died: -
Civil engineer and writer. John Doyle was the author of Old Ireland Improved and made New Ireland: Being outline sketches of some great measures and of a great system of public works for improving the condition of the people and for opening up and developing the resources of the country (London, 1881) and of a pamphlet, The Ireland of the past and of the future, being a letter to the Right Hon. W.E. Gladstone, M.P., Prime Minister (Dublin, 1886). He is presumably the John P. Doyle, CE, who was living at 23 Highfield Road, Rathgar, 1887-93 and at 2 Orwell Road, 1894-98(1) and who was the author of a moving letter about the last days of Sir JOHN MACNEILL , published in the Irish Builder on 15 August 1887.(2)
(1) Jones's transcripts from Thom's directories, 1887-98.
(2) IB 29, 15 Aug 1887, 235.
|Doyle, John P.||Old Ireland Improved and made New Ireland: being outline sketches of some great measures and of a great system of public works &c.||1881||London: Ridgway, 1881. (Reviewed in IB 23, ? ? 1881, ?.)|
|Doyle, John P.||The Ireland of the past and of the future, being a letter to the Right Hon. W.E. Gladstone||1886||Dublin, 1886.|
|Doyle, John P.||'The last days of Sir John MacNeill, CE'||1887||IB 29, 15 Aug 1887, 235. (Letter to editor.)|