Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect, of Cork, listed as such in the Cork Post Office Directory for the years 1842 and 1843,(1) in Slater's National Commercial Directory of Ireland (1846) and in Laing's Cork Mercantile Directory for 1863, He was responsible for the design of a grandstand which was erected on Penrose's Quay, Cork, on the occasion of Queen Victoria's visit to the city in August 1849(2) and  is probably the 'Mr Scott' who was the architect of a 'new grocery establishment' in Patrick Street, Cork, in 1860.(3)

Addresses: 1 St Patrick's Quay (with shop and stores at 52 King Street), 1846; 6, Summerhill Terrace, 1863.

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References



(1) IAA, Edward McParland files, Acc. 2008/44.
(2) Cork Examiner, 23 July 1849 (information from Roger Herlihy, Cork, Aug 2010).
(3) DB 2, 1 Jul 1860, 297.


2 work entries listed in chronological order for SCOTT, EDWARD


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Building: CO. CORK, CORK, PENROSE'S QUAY, GRANDSTAND
Date: 1849
Nature: Temporary grandstand  to accommodate 3000 people (450 feet long and 12 rows high) erected on Penroses's Quay where Queen Victoria was to disembark on the occasion of her visit to Cork. For Cork Corporation.
Refs: Cork Examiner, 23 Jul 1849 (information from Roger Herlihy, Cork, Aug 2010).

Building: CO. CORK, CORK, PATRICK STREET, GROCERY PREMISES
Date: 1860
Nature: A 'new grocery establishment'. Architect: 'Mr Scott', probably ES.
Refs: DB 2, 1 Jul 1860, 297.