Rory O’More is a leader of the rebellion which ultimately fails.
Dublin’s second bridge, a wooden structure is built on this site.
The apprentices attack the bridge, a second and perhaps a third bridge is built.
The first of the anti Catholic Penal Laws is enacted.
A four arch stone bridge replaces the ill fated wooden bridge.
The foundation stone of The Barracks is laid.
Catholic Emancipation, long fought for, is gained.
Construction of the new bridge commences.
The Victoria and Albert cast iron bridge opens.
The first ever Liffey Swim commences from the upstream side of the bridge.
One hundred years of Catholic Emancipation is celebrated with Benediction on the bridge, the bridge is renamed Emancipation Bridge.
The bridge is renamed the Rory O’More Bridge.