Usher's-Quay

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

From Bridge-street, Lr. to Bridgefoot-st.

P. St. Audoen.—Usher's-quay W.—City.

A Letter-box opposite No. 6.

1 O'Reilly, Jas. spirit dealer, & Shamrock hotel, Wormwood gate, 28l.

2 and 3 Fox, Edw. and Co. wholesale woollen and Manchester wareho. and 15 Lower Bridge-street

„ Fox, Edward, merchant, 62 Wellington-road

4 Ruins

5 & 6 Mercer, Kerr, & Co. wholesale druggists and general merchants

„ Mercer, Thos. druggist, 18 Cabra-parade

„ Kerr, William, druggist, & 4 Drumcondra-road

5, 6, and 7 Provincial hotel, W. Geraty, proprietor, 36l., 45l., 33l.

„ Geraty, William, wine & spirit mer.

8 Lacy, Michael B. stationer, account-book and paper warehouse, 30l.

9 Murphy, Francis, feather, hide, and skin merchant, 33l.

here Usher's-court intersects

10 Kerr, Henry, hardware, toy, and trimming importer, 33l.

11 Neill, Catherine, and Sons, woollen manufacturers, yarn spinners, and flour millers, Old Bawn & Haerlem mills, Tallaght co. Dublin, 32l.

„ Neill, Thos. esq. and Mt. Michael, Templeogue

„ Neill, John, esq. and Haerlem, Tallaght

„ Colvin, John H. merchant

„ Shaw, John, merchant

12 Stopford, John, hat manufac. 35l.

„ Horne, Christr. woollen warehouse

„ Neill, Robt. woollen manufacturer, and Redmills, Chapelizod

13 Vacant, 36l.

14 Smith, Mary, army forage contractor, grocer, & wine importer, 48l.

„ Smith and Son, corn merchants

„ Smith, William J. grain, seed, and commission merchant—res. Rockfield, Coolmine, co. Dublin

15 Wright, Geo. F. and Co. hat manufactory, 42l.

16 Tallon, Stephen J. machine ruler, paper wareho. & bookbinder, 31l.

17 Prospect and Golden bridge Cemeteries' office—M. J. O'Kelly, esq. secretary; Simon Kearney, registrar, 30l.

18, 19, and 20 Ganly, Jas. & Sons, auctioneers, Smithfield salesmen, corn and wool brokers, and general commission agts. New Church-street, & Longford—res. 2 Eblana-terrace, North Circular-road, 190l.

20 Harrison, James, merchant, and Montpelier Manor, Monkstown

„ Dawson and Son, Dublin Manure Company; works, 7th Lock, Royal Canal—Jasper G. Dawson, secretary; office, Atlas Works, Usher-street

„ Dawson, John S. Atlas Works, Usher-street—res. Raglan house, Raglan-road

„ Lawler & Slattery, wool mers. and Patrick-street, Waterford

21 Burke, John, commercial hotel and tavern, 26l.

here Usher's-lane intersects

22 O'Hara, Mary, confectioner, 21l.

23 Atkinson, Anne, wool stapler and worsted manufacturer, 30l.

24 Halpin, James, worsted manufacturer—mills, Blanchardstown—res. Brooklawn, Blanchardstown, 30l.

„ Halpin, Joseph, wholesale warehouseman, and agent to Messrs. Curtis & Harvey, gunpowder manufacturers, London—res. 19 Heytesbury-terrace, Wellington-road

25 Connexional Seminary of St. Lawrence O'Toole—Rev. James John Doyle, d.d. resident; John O'Herlihy, Patrick Houston, and Chas. J. Clarke, professors

26 Field, N. F. and R. wool merchants, 45l.

27 Great Southern Railway hotel—Jas. Jackson, proprietor, 40l.

28 Kavanagh, Mr. Thomas, 28l.

here Usher-street intersects

29 Martin, Ml. grocer & spirit mer. 26l.

30 Tenements, 25l.

31 and 32 Atkinson, Charles F. and Co. general merchants, hide & leather factors, and bark agents, and Butterfield, Rathfarnham, 34l.

33 Spellman, Mrs. R. ladies' boarding and day school, 35l.

„ Spellman, Mr. G. J.

34 St. Mary's Convent for education of young ladies—Mrs. Flanagan, prioress, 45l.

35 Tenements, 23l.

36 Sherry, Michael, coach builder, 30l.

37 Hayes, P. and R. rectifying distillers and general merchants, 63l.

38 Stewart, Jas. tailor & draper, 20l.

39 Ingham, Charles David, esq. 24l.

40 Masterson, Henry, carpenter and builder, 46l.

41 Flanagan, William, baker to the Lord Lieutenant, 35l.

42 Walsh, Nicholas, vintner, and garrison music saloon, 28l.

43 M'Evoy, Mary Anne, vintner, 25l.

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