1827 in Ireland
Events from the year 1827 in Ireland.
|See also:||1827 in the United Kingdom|
Other events of 1827
List of years in Ireland
- 19–25 April – public theological debates in Dublin between Revs. R. T. P. Pope (Protestant) and Thomas Maguire (Roman Catholic).
- 6 September–October – Ordnance Survey staff survey a Lough Foyle baseline for their survey of Ireland.
- 24 September (Feast of Our Lady of Mercy) – Catherine McAuley opens an institution for destitute women and orphans and a school for the poor in Dublin.
- The British Army establishes Beggars Bush Barracks.
- Clonmel and Multyfarnham Friaries are re-established.
- Amhlaoibh Ó Súilleabháin begins his diary, later published as Cín Lae Amhlaoibh.
Arts and literatureEdit
- Sydney, Lady Morgan, publishes her romantic novel with political overtones, The O'Briens and the O'Flahertys, in London.
- January – Bernard Diamond, soldier, recipient of the Victoria Cross for gallantry in 1857 at Bolandshahr, India (died 1892).
- 5 February – Peter Lalor, leader of the Eureka Stockade rebellion in Australia (died 1889).
- 27 April – Mary Ward, scientist (died 1869).
- 5 May – Thomas Francis Hendricken, first Bishop of Providence, Rhode Island (died 1886).
- 29 May – Timothy Daniel Sullivan, journalist, politician and poet, writer of the Irish national hymn God Save Ireland (died 1914).
- 3 September – John Drew, actor in the United States (died 1862).
- 10 December – Eugene O'Keefe, businessman and philanthropist in Canada (died 1913).
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- Hewitt, Rachel (2010). Map of a Nation: a biography of the Ordnance Survey. London: Granta. ISBN 9781847080981.
- Austin, Mary Stanislas (1911). "Sisters of Mercy". The Catholic Encyclopedia. 10. New York: Robert Appleton Company. Retrieved 2013-01-29.
- "O'Sullivan, Humphrey_1780–1837_Irish_teacher, tradesman". The Diary Junction. PiKLe. July 2008. Retrieved 2013-04-06.