1835 in Ireland
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Other events of 1835
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Events from the year 1835 in Ireland.
- August 5 – Wellesley Bridge opened across the River Shannon in Limerick.
- August 28 – St. Vincent's Ecclesiastical Seminary, a predecessor of Castleknock College, is founded by the Vincentian community in Castleknock.
- Drenagh House in Limavady, County Londonderry, is completed for the McCausland family. It is architect Charles Lanyon's first major commission.
- Quaker entrepreneur Charles Bewley lands an unprecedented cargo of 2,000 chests of tea shipped directly from China to Dublin, thereby breaking the East India Company's monopoly in the commodity.
- The Herdman brothers begin flax spinning at Sion Mills in County Tyrone.
- The Grand Hotel at Malahide opens for business and has been in continuous use as a hotel ever since.
- The remains of Jonathan Swift are uncovered during work on St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, and inspected by William Wilde, an apprentice surgeon at this time.
- 9 April – Somerset Lowry-Corry, 4th Earl Belmore, soldier, politician and Lord Lieutenant for County Tyrone (died 1913).
- 3 June – Eliza Lynch, First Lady of Paraguay (died 1886).
- 1 July – Samuel McCaughey, pastoralist, politician and philanthropist in Australia (died 1919).
- 4 September – Abraham Boulger, soldier, recipient of the Victoria Cross for gallantry in 1857 at Lucknow, India (died 1900).
- 18 September – Thomas Grady, soldier, recipient of the Victoria Cross for gallantry in 1854 at Sebastopol, the Crimea (died 1891).
- November – Matthew Gibney, priest, in 1880 in Australia, tended the seemingly seriously wounded Ned Kelly, heard his confession and gave him the last rites (died 1925).