Westmoreland-street

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

From College-green to Aston's-quay.

P. St. Andrew. South City W.—City.

1 and 2 Part of Bank of Ireland—Peter Du Bedat, esq. secretary

3 Dublin Tea Company

„ Watson, Joshua, merchant, j.p. Royal Bank, and Ballyroan House, Rathfarnham

„ Watson, Joshua, jun. merch. 95l.

Queen's Insurance Office, Life, Fire, Annuities—John and Henry Thos. Walsh, agents

„ Walsh, John, Lloyds' agent

„ Walsh, Henry Thos. & Co. merchts.

4 and 5 Moses, Marcus, London pianoforte, harp, and music warehouses, and 40 & 41 Fleet-st. 100l., 90l.

„ Moses, Marcus, pianoforte, harp, and music warehouse, 40 and 41 Fleet-street, extending to 4 and 5 Westmoreland-street

6 Maclean, Henry, house and land agent and valuator, 86l.

7 Bussell, Hen. pianoforte warer. 100l.

here Fleet-street intersects

Royal Exchange Life and Fire and Marine Assurance Company of London—Thos. Trouton, agt.—res. 8 St. James's-terrace, Clonskeagh, 100l.

„ Allen, James, esq. and 13 Charlemont-mall

„ Mooney, Lawrence, solicitor

„ Mooney, William, solicitor, and Mullingar

„ Kehoe, Richard, solicitor, and Bagnalstown

9 Graham, John, solicitor, and agent to the Waterloo Life Assurance Co. London, and also State Fire Office—res. 2 Trafalgar-terrace, Monkstown, 90l.

„ Algie, J. and Son, estate agents, valuators, & surveyors, & agents for Royal Fire and Life Insurance Co. & Lisduff house, Ballinasloe, co. Galway

„ Askins, James D. galvanized iron merchant, agent to Morewood and Co. Birmingham and London

10 Nickson, John, and Co. fancy drapers and millinery warerooms, 90l.

„ Murray, John, solicitor—res. 23 Longford-terrace, Monkstown

11 Smith, Henry, & Co. general mourning warehouse, 93l.

12 Oldham, Samuel, and Son, linen drapers, silk mercers, and shawl and mantle warehouse, 170l.

„ Oldham, Eldred, esq. and 2 New Brighton, Monkstown

„ Oldham, James, esq. and 3 Longford-place, Monkstown

13 M'Mahon, Arth. Government stockbroker, agent for the Argus Life Assurance Co. and the Alliance British and Foreign Life and Fire Assurance Co. of London, 90l.

„ Longford, John Henry, dentist, and 13 Waltham-terrace, Blackrock

14 Reilly and Sons, purveyors and Italian grocers to Her Majesty and the Lord Lieut. & Univer. 90l.

15 Brown, Macindoe, and Barton, auctioneers of fine art and general property, 90l.

„ Barton, Wm. and 11 Newcomen-av.

16 Hodges, John, and Sons, braziers, pewterers, tinplate workers, and house furnish. ironmongers, and 20 and 21 Aston's-quay, and 7 and 8 Price's-lane, 95l.

„ Roach, John Edmond, sol. clerk of the crown, co. Wexford, & Wexford

„ Roach, John Edmd. esq.—res. Kilvane, Templeogue

17 Morrison, Henry, hat manufac. 90l.

„ English, Mrs. Mary

18 Hayes, Thomas Patrick, agent to the Imperial Life Insurance Office, Government stockbroker, and public notary to the Hibernian and National Banks, and 3 Connaught-place, Kingstown, 88l.

19 Williams, William, hatter, 70l.

„ Kiernan and M'Creight, solicitors

„ Kiernan, Francis, solicitor

„ M'Creight, Andrew Wm. solicitor

20 Delany, James, and Co. merchant tailors and drapers, 65l.

„ Delany, James, jun.

21 Ballast Office—Wm. Lees, esq. secretary, 200l.

here Aston's-quay intersects

22 Foot, Lundy, and Co. tobacco and snuff manufacturers, and 6 and 7 Essex-bridge, 100l.

23 Scriber, John, watchmaker, gold and silver smith, Dublin and Geneva—resid. Castlemount-villa, Castleknock, 120l.

Office of the General Mining Company of Ireland—Edw. Moran, pro. sec.

24 Singleton, John, hatter, 90l.

25 Vacant, 100l.

26 Bray, Jno. B. organ, pianoforte, harmonium, harp, concertina, and music warehouse, and 6 D'Olier-street, 110l.

27 Lynch, Timothy, hosiery, glove, & boot and shoe warehouse, 106l.

28 Corcoran, James, and Co. fur manufacturers, 110l.

„ Hinds, John Thos. solr. & proctor, and Navan—res. 5 Proby-square, Blackrock

29 Sheills and Scott, wholesale and retail ladies' and children's boot and shoe warehouse, 105l.

„ Miller, L. and M. milliners and dress warerooms

30 Graham, J. J. & Co. apothecaries, chemists, and perfumers, 112l.

31 Fry, William, and Co. upholsterers, house furnishers, tabinets and Irish poplins, floor-cloth & coach-lace manufacturers, 11 D'Olier-street, and 23 & 24 Fleet-street—factory, 12 Kevin-st. lower, 170l.

32 Shade, Henry L. & Son, pianoforte and music warehouse, 112l.

„ Andrews, Wm. photographic artist

33 Wright, Joseph, hat and cap manufacturer, 90l.

„ Pearsall, Thomas, dentist

34 Hunt, Robt. & Co. drapers, hosiery and outfitting warehouse, and 22 Fleet-street, 100l.

„ Aitken's Temperance hotel

here Fleet-street intersects

35 Jones, Sheppard and Sons, bootmakers, late Brown & Co. 65l.

36 Bolton, Wm. & Co. grocers, tea, wine and spirit merchants, 113l.

„ Stokes, Edward Day, solicitor, and Tralee

„ Sharp, Frederick, esq.

37 Globe Life and Fire Insurance Co. of London—Adams & Patterson, agents, 95l.

„ Adams and Patterson, stock and share brokers

„ Patterson, James, esq.—res. 3 Upper Leeson-street

38 Carleton, Richd. retail ladies' boot and shoe warehouse, and wholesale at 33 Castle-street, 115l.

39 Austin, Thomas and George, dressing case and despatch box manufacturers to the Viceregal Court, cutlers, stationers, and importers of French and foreign fancy goods, late of St. Andrew's-street, 115l.

40 Mackey, James Wm. alderman, j.p. wholes. seed merch. and Crinken House, Bray—agent to the British Nation Life Assurance Co.—warehouses, 35, 36, & 37 Poolbeg-street (see advertisement), 95l.

41 Toole & Co. seed merchants, and 1 and 2 College-st. and 6 Townsend-street—nursery, Cullens wood, 103l.

„ Toole, Charles, esq. Willfort, Bray

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