#OTD in Irish History – 29 December:

Constitution Day (Ireland) 1766 – Richard Dawson, MP for Monaghan Borough, dies on this date. Before his death, his bank – Wilcox and Dawson of Dublin, which was established in 1747 – closes with debts thought to amount to £192,000. 1808 – Andrew Johnson, successor to Abraham Lincoln and 17th President of the United States […]

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#OTD in Irish History – 29 December:

Constitution Day (Ireland) 1766 – Richard Dawson, MP for Monaghan Borough, dies on this date. Before his death, his bank – Wilcox and Dawson of Dublin, which was established in 1747 – closes with debts thought to amount to £192,000. 1808 – Andrew Johnson, successor to Abraham Lincoln and 17th President of the United States […]

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Today in Irish History – 29 December:

Constitution Day (Ireland) 1766 – Richard Dawson, MP for Monaghan Borough, dies on this date. Before his death, his bank – Wilcox and Dawson of Dublin, which was established in 1747 – closes with debts thought to amount to £192,000. 1808 – Andrew Johnson, successor to Abraham Lincoln and 17th President of the United States […]

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Today in Irish History – 29 December:

Constitution Day (Ireland) 1766 – Richard Dawson, MP for Monaghan Borough, dies on this date. Before his death, his bank – Wilcox & Dawson of Dublin, which was established in 1747 – closes with debts thought to amount to £192,000. 1808 – Andrew Johnson, successor to Abraham Lincoln and 17th President of the United States […]

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Today in Irish History – 29 December:

Constitution Day (Ireland) 1766 – Richard Dawson, MP for Monaghan Borough, dies on this date. Before his death, his bank – Wilcox & Dawson of Dublin, which was established in 1747 – closes with debts thought to amount to £192,000. 1829 – Fr. John B. Bannon, Confederate Army Chaplain, is born in Co. Leitrim. 1864 […]

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