Suggestions on the Arrangement and Characteristics of Parish Churches

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Suggestions on the Arrangement and Characteristics of Parish Churches  (1851) 
by James Joseph McCarthy
A Paper read at the general meeting of the Irish Ecclesiological Society, Dublin, February 5, 1851.

SUGGESTIONS

ON

The Arrangement and Characteristics

OF

PARISH CHURCHES.



A PAPER

READ AT THE GENERAL MEETING OF

THE IRISH ECCLESIOLOGICAL SOCIETY,

ON WEDNESDAY, 5TH FEBRUARY, 1851



BY

J. J. M'CARTHY, Architect

PROFESSOR OF ECCLESIASTICAL ARCHITECTURE IN THE COLLEGE OF ALL-HALLOWS,

DRUMCONDRA, AND HON. SEC. TO THE IRISH ECCLESIOLOGICAL SOCIETY.



DUBLIN:

JAMES DUFFY, 7, WELLINGTON-QUAY.

1851.

DUBLIN:

PRINTED AT THE STEAM-PRESS OF PURDON, BROTHERS,

23, BACHELOR’S WALK.

TO THE

VERY REV. DAVID MORIARTY,

PRESIDENT OF

THE FOREIGN MISSIONARY COLLEGE OF ALL-HALLOWS,

DRUMCONTRA,

AND VICE-PRESIDENT

OF THE IRISH ECCLESIOLOGICAL SOCIETY,

THESE PAGES

ARE RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED,

IN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

OF THE ZEAL HE HAS EXHIBITED FOR THE

REVIVAL OF

ECCLESIASTICAL ARCHITECTURE

IN IRELAND.

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This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.