Winetavern-street

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

From John's-lane to Wood-quay.

P. St. John.—1 to 25 Wood-quay W. 26 to 34 Merchants'-quay W.—City.

1 Martin, Matthew, tailor, 8l.

2 M'Grath, Peter, boot & shoemkr. 8l.

3 Flinn, James, provision dealer, 10l.

4 Tenements, 10l.

5 Doyle, T. dairy, 10l.

6 and 7 Tenements, each 8l.

8 Webb, Michael, jun. baker, 11l.

9 Webb, Mary, provision dealer, 16l.

10 Delany, Owen, dairy, 15l.

11 Hogan, John, builder & timber mer. and Triton-ville, Sandymount

12 Paving Board house, stores, 120l.

here Whitehorse-yard intersects

13 Upton, Thomas, prov. dealer, 18l.

14 Bourke, John, grocer and wine merchant, 24l.

14½ Haughton, Benjamin, coach and harness plater 9l.

15 Donnelly, John, undertaker, 16l.

16 Byrne, James, carpenter, builder, and undertaker, 22l.

17, 18 and 19 White, James, pawnbroker (see advertisement) 66l.

20 Martin, J. paper dealer, 16l.

[21 to 24—15l. to 22l.]

21 Kinsella, James, tanner and currier, & provision dealer,

22 Jennett, R. boot-tree and last maker,

23 Tenements,

24 Sherry, Nicholas, dairy,

25 Gaynor, Patrick, tobacconist, and spirit dealer, and 1 and 2 Wood-quay, 20l.

here Wood-quay and Merchants'-quay intersect.

26 Ryan, William, paper manufactr. and 1 Merchants'-quay; papermills, Inchicore, 80l.

27 Black, William, law library, and dep. sexton Donnybrook church, 34l.

28 Gorman, James, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 50l.

29 and 30 Temperance hotel and coffee rooms—William Barron, proprietor, each 27l.

31 and 32 M'Clane, Andrew, wholesale paper and stationery warehouse, general printer and lithographer, and paper bag manufacturer, each 27l.

33 Sullivan, Daniel, paper manufacturer, and Drimna mills, 20l.

34 Maguire, John, quill and quill pen merchant (see advertisement), 42l.

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