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|Publisher:||South Dublin County Council|
|Description:||Identified by most historians as the house occupied by Robert Emmet. In order to avoid being arrested before the rising took place, Emmet rented the house in April 1803 under the name of Robert Ellis and lived here with Dowdall, Hamilton and others.|
|Appears in Collections:||Patrick Healy Collection|
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