The hall was demolished in In the eighteenth century a revival took place, based on importation of Spanish wool, helped from by the Royal Dublin Societybut the events of andin which many weavers in the Liberties took part, and the economic decline that set in after the Act of Unionprevented any further growth in this industry in the Liberties.
Similarly, the successful growth of the silk and poplin industries, which was supported by the Royal Dublin Society in the second half of the 18th century, was hindered by an act passed by the Irish government inwhich prevented the society from supporting any house where Irish silk goods were sold. When war was declared against France under Napoleon and raw materials were difficult to obtain, the silk weavers suffered greatly.
From this time on fate of the Liberties was sealed and most of the once-prosperous houses became poverty-stricken tenements housing the unemployed and destitute. Before this the poor weavers of the Liberties had either are garcia and morgan dating 2014 suspend work in rainy weather or use the alehouse fire and thus were as Wright expresses it ""exposed to great distress, and not unfrequently reduced either to the hospital or the gaol.
It had a form of central heating powered by four furnaces, and provided a place for weavers to stretch their material in bad weather. Part of the area was redeveloped into affordable housing and parkland by the Iveagh Trustthe Dublin Artisans Dwellings Company and the City Council in the early to mid twentieth century.
The appalling slumsdire poverty and hazardous dereliction have now been wiped away, and only a few scattered pockets remain to be demolished. The Ordnance Survey recorded the following areas within the county of the city of Dublin in the s:.
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