1836 in Ireland
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Other events of 1836
List of years in Ireland
Events from the year 1836 in Ireland.
- 30 January - The Intrinsic sinks off Kilkee with the loss of all fourteen on board.
- February - Foundation of the Ulster Bank in Belfast.
- 4 April - Daniel O'Connell gives a speech on "Justice for Ireland".
- 4 May - The Ancient Order of Hibernians, an Irish Catholic fraternal organization, is founded in New York City.
- 23 May - Irish Constabulary Act provides central organisation for the police in Ireland.
- 4 June - The Sligo Champion newspaper is first published.
- August - Following one of the coldest summers in over fifty years there is widespread failure of the potato crop.
- 19 September - First burial at Mount Jerome Cemetery in Harold's Cross, Dublin, a commercial Protestant burial ground.
- End of Tithe War.
- Foundation of the Royal Bank of Ireland, a constituent of Allied Irish Banks.
- Foundation of the Ulster Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
- Irish emigration to Montevideo, Uruguay, peaks.
Arts and literature
- Francis Sylvester Mahony's light verse The Reliques of Father Prout published.
- 17 January - William MacCormac, surgeon (died 1901).
- 16 February - Robert Halpin, master mariner (died 1894).
- May - Thomas Lane, recipient of the Victoria Cross for gallantry in 1860 at the Taku Forts, China (died 1889).
- 9 June - Henry Arthur McArdle, painter in the United States (died 1908).
- 10 October - Dalton McCarthy, lawyer and politician in Canada (died 1898).
- 31 March - Edward Southwell Ruthven, Repealer politician and member of the United Kingdom Parliament (b. c. 1772)
- 8 August - James Blackwood, 2nd Baron Dufferin and Claneboye, politician (born 1755).
- 21 August - William Cusac Smith, Baronet, judge (born 1766)
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