Towns in the eighteenth century
The eighteenth-century town was closely associated with large landlords, or as in the case of Georgian Dublin, a number of them, who laid out streets and squares for middle class and gentry families. They were intended to be aesthetically pleasing and were steered by the interest and resources of the local landlord. Some towns were entirely transformed while others were extended by new urban quarters.
Towns in the eighteenth century (Maynooth, Dundalk, Dublin part II, 1610 to 1756) will be available from mid-April 2017.