Hill, Joseph

Dates Active in Dublin: 

1774–1799

Address(es): 

8 Mary Street, 1780?–93
36 Denmark Street, 1793–96
51 Abbey Street, 1796–99

Details: 

Admitted free of the Stationer's Guild in 1774.

Munter notes that the printed sheet songs and half-sheet songs, and a collection of Masonic Songs between 1780 and 1790.

In 1799 he was 'taken into custody, on a charge of seditious practices' (New Cork Evening Post, 15 March 1799, cited in Munter).

[Dates and address differ according to sources: the Dublin Directories give 8 Mary Street from 1790, 36 Denmark Street in 1794 and 51 Mary Street from 1789 to 1799. Hogan gives 8 Mary Street from c. 1789 to 1793, 36 Denmark Street from c. 1793 to 1796 and 51 Abbey Street from c. 1796 to 1799. Munter gives 51 Abbey Street address in '1799?' only.]

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Published

  • The Hours of Love, a collection of sonnets adapted for the voice, harpsichord, violin, flute, and guitar, 1787 (Lawrence)
  • Last Update: 15-03-2017