Parliament-street

Author
Date1862
SourceThom's Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862
Section

From Dame-street to Essex-street.—P. St. Werburgh.—South City W.—City.

1 Mullany, John, bookseller and publisher, and 47 Fleet-street, 75l.

Catholic Publishing and Bookselling Company

„ Kenny, Edward, solicitor

2 Hurse, Edward, tea dealer, 44l.

„ M'Evoy, W. P. sol. and Belvidere-terrace, Sandymount

3 Phelan, Thos. confectioner, 44l.

4 Read, Thomas, and Co. cutlers and surgical instrument manufacs. 66l.

5 Mulderry, W. boot & shoe mk. 46l.

6 Gaffney, Philip, confectioner, 40l.

7 Kellet, George, hat manufact. and 9 Cullenswood, 50l.

8 Berrie, James, military merchant tailor, 48l.

9 Cahill, Miss, vestment wareho. 44l.

„ Cahill, James, sculptor

10 Mitchell, Robt. fringe, coach trimmings, & Irish tabinet manufacturer—manufactory, 12, 13, and 14 Brabazon-row, 65l.

11 Vacant, 45l.

12 Samuelson, Bernhard, & Co. agricultural engineers—Thos. Cornes, agent, 50l.

„ Hill and Smith, iron and wire fence manufacturers—works, Brierly Hill, Staffordshire

13 The Genuine Tea Co.—Samuel Geo. Spinks, proprietor, 46l.

14 Sanders and Storer, artists, colourmen, printsellers, lithographers, and engravers, 35l.

15 Dolan, Daniel, stained paper manuf. and oil and colour merchant, and 4 and 5 Crane-lane, 55l.

„ Cosgrave, James, lithographer and printer

here Essex-st. and Essex-gate intersect.

16 City Hall tavern—Peter De Lacy proprietor—res. Ranelagh-rd. 50l.

17 Hughes, William, manufacturer of lamps and gas fittings, 44l.

18 Bray and Dunne, boot and shoe makers, 46l.

19 Walsh, Ralph, watch & clockmaker, jeweller and silversmith, 46l.

„ Sterne, William, solicitor

„ Turpin, Thos. sol. & Maryborough

„ Chadwick, Wm. sol. & Tipperary

„ Pierce, Miss E. court dressmaker

20 M'Namara, John, confectioner, 46l.

21 George, G. & E. cheap jewellery, 46l.

„ Houston, Charles H. civil engineer, architect, surveyor, and land agt.

22 and 23 Sheridan, Peter, carpet, oil cloth, matting, and blanket warehouse, each 50l.

24 Murphy, Denis, bootmaker, & 27, 47l.

25 Kane, John C. merchant tailor and military outfitter, 50l.

„ Johnston, Messrs. & Co. preceptors

26 Dublin Evening Mail office—Henry Maunsell, esq. m.d. proprietor—res. Land's-end, Stillorgan, 60l.

27 Murphy, Denis, bootmaker, & 24, 62l.

28 Daily Express newspaper—John Robinson, esq. proprietor, 63l.

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