SourceThom's Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862

From Bridgefoot-street to Watling-street.

P. St. Catherine.—Usher's-quay W.City.

1 M'Bride, John, grocer and spirit merchant, 27l.

2 and 3 Tenements, 4l. 10s., 4l.

4 Shea, Bridget, commercial carriage owner, 6l.

5 and 6 Cleary, Elizabeth, rag & iron stores, l4l., 10l.

7 Yard and stables, 2l.

8 Butler, Edward, combmaker

here Marshalsea-lane intersects

9 Roe, Henry, & Son's distillery

here Watling-street intersects

11 and 12 Vaults, as Queen's stores

13 Roe, Henry, and Son's stores, 130l.

14 to 16 Tenements & yards, each 8l.

16 ½ Stables and yard, 8l.

17 Green Hide Crane, 32l.

„ Fermoyle, John, weighmaster of hides and skins

„ Beggs, Thomas, hide merchant

18 and 19 Tenements, 6l., 9l.

20 Stores

21 Warren, Christopher, grocer and spirit dealer, 23l.

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