Bride's-alley

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

From Patrick-street to Bride-street.

P. St. Bride, 10 to 27. P. St. Nicholas Without, 1 to 9 and 28 to 35.—Wood-quay W.—City.

1 and 2 Yard, 2l.

3 Ruins

4 Tenements, 6l.

5 Ruins

6 to 8 Tenements, each 6l.

9 Ruins

10 & 11 Robinson, Chs. cabinetmak. 10l.

12 and 13 Humphrys, Alice and Maryanne, furniture brokers, 11l.

14, 15, & 16 Booth, Rd.& Co. tim. sto. 29l.

here Bride-street intersects

17 Vacant, 18l.

18 Morris, Mrs.furniture broker, 8l.

19 Byrne, Mary, furniture broker, 9l.

20 Lewis, Maryanne, mattrass & paillasse manufacturer, 7l.

21 Carey, John, furniture broker, 9l.

22 Fortune, Thomas, broker, 9l.

23 Corr, Ellen, furniture broker, 12l.

24 Vaughan, Edw. paillasse maker, 12l.

25 Dempsey, Miss, furniture brok.8l.

26 Ashford, Anne, furniture broker, 8l.

27 Carey, Jas.cabinet maker, 8l.

28 Ruins, 2l.

29 Smith, Joseph, broker, 6l.

here Mill-yard intersects

30 to 33 Tenements, 5l. to 10l.

here Draper's-court intersects

34 and 35 Tenements, 1l., 9l.

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