Chancery-lane

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

From Bride-street to Golden-lane.

P. St. Bride.—Wood-quay W.—City.

1 Leeche, Nicholas, grocer

2 Lawler, Thomas, locksmith,

3 Toole, John, tinplate worker,

4 to 6 Tenements,

7 Mulholland, Mary Anne, provision dealer,

8 and 9 Tenements,

10 Horner, John, shoemaker,

11 O'Neill, John, tinplate worker,

12 Tenements, 13l.

13 Jordon, J. cabinet maker, 13l.

14 to 18 Tenements, each 6l.

19 Tenements, 6l.

here Golden-lane intersects

20 Tenements,

21 Flynn, Patrick, herbist,

22 Reddy, John, dairy,

23 and 24 Tenements, 10l., 11l.

25 to 28 Curtis, William, and Sons, brassfounders, gas-fitters, pump and water-closet manufacturers; agents for wrought-iron tubes and atmospheric bells, 75l.

29 Tenements

30 Vacant, 16l.

Police Station, A Division—William Rapson, superintendent

31 Ragged School Dormitory—Robert Styles, superintendent

32 Tenements, 10l.

33 Perrin, John, floor-cloth manufacturer, 9l.

[34 to 36—5l. to 9l.]

34 Goodwin, Jn. sheet-iron manuf. and 17 Hanover-lane,

35 and 36 Tenements,

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