Mary Street

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Mary Street

Mary Street is a street in Dublin in the Republic of Ireland that runs from Capel Street in the east to the junction of Henry Street and Upper Liffey Street in the east. It is crossed by Upper Jervis Lane, Wolfe Tone Street, and Jervis Street.

The street is part of the area developed by Humphrey Jervis after 1674 and is located in what was one of the richest parishes in the city.[1]

The former St Mary's Church is located in the street, and was built on land donated by Jervis.

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  1. ^ Usher, Robin. (2012). Protestant Dublin, 1660-1760: Architecture and Iconography. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. p. 109. ISBN 978-0-230-36216-1.

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