The river is also mentioned in Ulysses:
A skiff, a crumpled throwaway, Elijah is coming, rode lightly down the Liffey, under Loopline Bridge, shooting the rapids where water chafed around the bridgepiers, sailing eastward past hulls and anchorchains, between the Custom House old dock and George’s quay.
It is mentioned in a short story Counterparts that forms one of the collection in Dubliners by James Joyce:
Weathers saluted them and told the company that they were out of the Tivoli.
Mulligan’s is used as a setting in the narrative of Counterparts (Dubliners) by James Joyce. The author had to fight with the publishers to keep the name Mulligan’s in the story because they feared the publican, James Mulligan, would sue them.
When the Scotch House closed they went round to Mulligan’s.
The memorial is mentioned in Ulysses:
Sir Philip Crampton’s memorial fountain bust. But who was he?
In Ulysses, Leopold Bloom uses the Tara Street public baths in the Lotus Eaters section of the novel.