Even All the Saints couldn't spot the dog!

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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ONE AND ALL
The cataloguers in the NLI were on the sauce over the Christmas period because the title on this image states:
"All Saints Church, Grangegorman, Phibsborough, including a tram, Dublin City, Co. Dublin" If anybody can spot the tram then they can also spot the dog and make DannyM8's New Year for him?

Photographer: Unknown

Collection: Eason Photographic Collection

Date: between 1900-1939

NLI Ref: EAS_1887

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    suckindeesel

    • 04/Jan/2022 08:55:28

    It looks much changed Google Earth Link earth.app.goo.gl/8kDYFM #googleearth

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    derangedlemur

    • 04/Jan/2022 09:15:23

    Happy New Year!

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    Niall McAuley

    • 04/Jan/2022 09:15:45

    Happy 2022 all! Streetview Per the NIAH:This well-composed Board of First Fruit church has undergone several alterations, having been enlarged a number of times in the nineteenth century and partly destroyed by fire in 1966, following which the north aisle was completely rebuilt. The lady with the massive hat suggests the first half of the date range to me.

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    derangedlemur

    • 04/Jan/2022 09:50:10

    Board of First Fruit is a great name.

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    suckindeesel

    • 04/Jan/2022 10:00:35

    "All Saints’ occupies an unusual place in the life of the Church of Ireland. It was the first church within the Church of Ireland to participate in the Catholic Revival movement, later known as the Tractarian Movement. This movement emphasised the importance of the sacraments, the liturgy and the doctrine of the Church."

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    derangedlemur

    • 04/Jan/2022 10:13:50

    COI is mostly low church, which tends to stress the tea, biscuit and non-conformist elements rather than the holy catholic and apostolic faith elements. .

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    Niall McAuley

    • 04/Jan/2022 10:22:43

    Smells and bells!

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    derangedlemur

    • 04/Jan/2022 10:35:29

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/gnmcauley Sure lookit, it's better than Werburgh's with their rolling in the aisles and speaking in tongues! (I've never attended a service there myself, I have to admit, but reports have reached my ears...)

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    suckindeesel

    • 04/Jan/2022 10:37:38

    Doesn't look very inviting with its high walls and closed gated entrances. Did it only open its doors on Sunday. Was this typical?

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    suckindeesel

    • 04/Jan/2022 13:26:14

    "The Board of First Fruits was an institution of the Church of Ireland that was established in 1711 by Anne, Queen of Great Britain to build and improve churches and glebe houses in Ireland. This was funded from taxes on clerical incomes which were in turn funded by tithes. The board was replaced in 1833 by the Board of Ecclesiastical Commissioners." per Wikipedia The unfortunate Irish Catholics were also obliged to pay these tithes. I see a ref to Rev. Arthur Smith Adamson AM, who was connected to All Saints, infamous for winning "Case of the Rev. Arthur Smyth Adamson against the inhabitants of Grange-Gorman" I think that case concerned the collection of tithes, but can't find any info.

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    suckindeesel

    • 04/Jan/2022 13:47:37

    The only tram thereabouts would be the modern LUAS line about 250m behind the church

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    derangedlemur

    • 04/Jan/2022 13:57:18

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected] I found something else that said the immediate cause of the formation of the Tractarian Movement was changes in funding to the church in Ireland. Edit: From wikipedia: The immediate impetus for the Tractarian movement was a perceived attack by the reforming Whig administration on the structure and revenues of the Church of Ireland (the established church in Ireland), with the Irish Church Temporalities Bill (1833) There was something else as well, though...

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    derangedlemur

    • 04/Jan/2022 14:04:44

    Here it is - page 4 of this doc: www.pure.ed.ac.uk/ws/portalfiles/portal/42720983/Brown201...

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    derangedlemur

    • 04/Jan/2022 14:19:39

    Another interesting looking one here, but no free version: www.jstor.org/stable/2640114

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    Oliver (Wolbadger)

    • 04/Jan/2022 21:57:44

    A very Happy New Year to you and best wishes for 2022!

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    ɹǝqɯoɔɥɔɐǝq

    • 06/Jan/2022 06:47:36

    HNY 2022 ! Flickr is still sometimes amazing! In 2017 (after rebuild) via https://www.flickr.com/photos/garymcmurray/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/garymcmurray/45203917301/

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    ɹǝqɯoɔɥɔɐǝq

    • 06/Jan/2022 07:29:24

    There is a nearby photo, EAS 1879 - catalogue.nli.ie/Record/vtls000557661 , with a TRAM, a similar lady, and long winter shadows at 12:25. And a convenient newspaper poster which mentions TRIPOLI (??). Evidently there was drama there in 1911. See - trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/135404658?searchTerm=t... Possibly this is 1911 / 1912 winter ??