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Austins is a department store in the Diamond area of Derry in Northern Ireland. The store was established in 1830 and remains standing as Ireland's oldest. The building measures 25,000 square feet and is five stories high with an Edwardian-style exterior. On the third floor is a 150-seat self-service restaurant. On the 3rd floor there is also a large office area for clients to hold conferences.

  • also known as Austins of Derry

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Google previewThe Dictionary of National Biography (1959)

by George Smith

who had been for some years a frequenter of Bentham, was a friend of both the Austins, and had adopted with great ardour Bentham's philosophical opinions.

Google previewDictionary of Real People and Places in Fiction (2014)

by M.C. Rintoul

had stayed with the Alfred Austins at Swinford Old Manor, near Ashford. . . . The Austins lived in the dower house on the Goddington [sic] estate; and it was Goddington . . . which furnished Vernon Lee with the background ...

Google previewDictionary of the English Church, Ancient and Modern (1881)

by Thomas Moore

AUSTINS— AWARD. 37 AUSTINS or EREMITES. The origin of the Austin friars, or Friars Eremites of the Order of St. Austin, is very uncertain. They were brought into England about the year 1250. They had about thirty-two houses in England ...

Google previewDictionary Of Public Administration (2007)

by U.C. Mandal

Implications Austins' Theory of Sovereignty (a) A Determinate Human Superior : In any political and independent society, there has to be a superior, one who is a living human body or body of persons and one who is or can be determined or ...

Google previewA new and general biographical dictionary (1812)

by New and general biographical dictionary

John Moore bishop of Ely, sir Hans Sloane, sir James Austins, Mr. Clavel, &c. and it is said, that for having enriched bishop Moore's library with many curiosities (which were purchased ...

Google previewThe General Biographical Dictionary (1812)

John Moore bishop of Ely, sir Hans Sloane, sir James Austins, Mr. Clavel, &c. and it is said, that for having enriched bishop Moore's library with many curiosities (which were purchased ...

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