WARREN, BENJAMIN *
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Builder, of Dublin, active in the first decade of the nineteenth century. Benjamin Warren carried out work at the Royal Barracks in Dublin - including the construction of a stable for thirty-two horses - which was measured by Bryan Bolger in 1808. He may be the 'Ben. Warren' of Aughrim Street, Dublin, who subscribed to William Stitt's The Practical Architect's Ready Assistant; or Builder's Complete Companion (1819). See also BENJAMIN R. WARREN *.
(1) Bryan Bolger papers, NA/PRO, Box No. 15.