Boot-lane

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

From Mary's-abbey to Mary-street, Little.

P. St. Michan—Inns-quay W.—City.

1 Tyrrell, James, dairy, 6l.

2 to 4 Tenements, each 11l.

5 Stables, 16l.

6 & 7 Tenements, 17l., 10l.

here Monypenny-yard intersects

8 Hanlon, Hugh, fish factor, 11l.

9 Miller, Jas. basketmaker, 7l.

10 Donnelly, Thomas, dairy, 8l.

11 Kelly, H. basketmaker 9l.

here Lucky-hall intersects

12 Mathews, John, dairy, 12l.

13 Byrne, Francis, chandler, 9l.

here Mary-st. Little & Mary's-ln. intersect.

13 ½ to 18 Tenements, 13l. to 25l.

19 Boot inn, Wm. Hughes, prop. 38l.

„ Grey, Henry, fish merchant

20 and 21 Tenements, each 14l.

22 Hoare, Philip, fish factor, 15l.

„ Hoare, John, fish factor

23 Killen, Charles, leather mer. 15l.

24 M'Manus, John, gas fitter, 15l.

25 Martin, Laurence, corn factor, 17l.

26 M'Entee, Mathew, tinplate worker, 16l.

27 Logan, Michael, fish factor, 16l.

28 Tenements, 17l.

Entrance to the Wholesale Fish Market.

29 Tenements, 14l.

30 Healy, Timothy, fish salesman, and manufacturer of cod-liver oil, 16l.

31 Flynn, Edward, vintner, 20l.

32 Parsons, Samuel, druggist, and oilman, 22l.

33 Drew, Miss, Elizab. fruit wareh. 26l.

34 White, Arthur, gunpowder office, sporting, ammunition, and window glass warehouse, and agent to Eleys, Brothers, London, 15l.

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