School: Presentation Convent, Lucan

Lucan, Co. Dublin
Sr M. Gabriel

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0794, Page 64

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that among the possessions of the Cathedral are the fishery and tithes of salmon and other fish on both sides of the Anilyffy"

Rev. William S Donegan C.C. 1902

Arriving at the town of Lucan the visitor crosses a fine bridge of one ellipticall arch, spanning 1108 feet. A short distance above are the remains of the arch of a much older bridge said to have been built in the time of King John, and demolished by a flood.

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C Grahame,
The Square, Lucan
Dean Swift, on reading an inscription on the bridge wrote: -

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C. Grahame
Lucan, Co. Dublin