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Architect? said to have designed a new wing for the Hospital for Incurables, off Donnybrook Road, Dublin, in 1806.(1) Perhaps the same person as the William Chapman who was admitted to the Dublin Society's school of drawing in architecture in 1789.(2) A carpenter named William Chapman, jr, was paid for various carpenters's work at Trinity College, Dublin in 1803.(3)
(1) Cheyne Brady, The History of the Hospital for Incurables (1865), 15.
(2) Gitta Willemson, The Dublin Society Drawing Schools 1746-1876 (2000), 16.
(3) TCD muniments, MUN P/2/187
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|Building:||CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, BLOOMFIELD AVENUE (DONNYBROOK), ROYAL HOSPITAL FOR INCURABLES|
|Nature:||Designed new wing|
|Refs:||Cheyne Brady, The History of the Hospital for Incurables (1865), 15.|