Cook-street

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

From Winetavern-street to Bridge-st. Lr.

P. St. John, 2, 3, 82, & 83. P. St. Michael, from 4 to 12 and 73 to 81 inclusive. P. St. Audoen, 13 to 72 inclusive.—Merchants'-quay W.—City.

2 Kenny, Anne, undertaker, 18l.

„ Kenny, James, undertaker

3 Keogh, John, carpenter and undertaker, hearse & coach propr. and 21 Michael's-lane, 18l.

here Rosemary-lane intersects

4 Sheehan, Peter, paper warehouse, iron and rag stores, and 83, 14l.

5 and 6 Tenements, each 12l.

7 Byrne, C. provision dealer, 12l.

8 Head, M. coffinmaker and undertaker, 12l.

9 Tenements, 13l.

Entrance to the Roman Catholic Church of St. Francis

10 and 11 M'Garry, Michael, and Sons, copper, lead, and oil merchants, and mustard, oil, and dye wood manufacturers, Palmerstown and Ashtown, 63l.

„ M'Garry, Bernard, esq., and Belville, Ashtown

12 Mulvey, Andrew, vintner, 16l.

here Skipper's-alley intersects

13 Magee, Joseph, printer, 15l.

14 Tenements, 13l.

15 Seery, Thos. and Son, stores—off. 20 New-row, west, 18l.

16 and 17, Morris, J. sheet iron and copper works, 12l.

here King' s-court intersects

18 Hughes, Thos. brassfounder, 8l.

19 Tenements, 8l.

here Calender-yard intersects

20 & 21 Walsh, Edward, web and tape manufacturer, and linen & cotton yarn merchant, 10l., 25l.

22 and 23 Tenements, 12l., 7l.

24 Ward, Patrick, grocer and spirit dealer, 15l.

25 Tenements, 11l.

here Chapel-alley intersects

26 Read, Mary, carpenter and undertaker, 10l.

27 Headon, James, dairy, 13l.

here Swan-alley intersects

[28 to 31—7l. to 11l.]

28 Tenements,

29 White, Edward, plumber and brass founder,

30 Tenements,

31 Heavey, P. prov. dealer,

32 Asylum for Aged Widows

33 and 34 Tenements, 9l., 11l.

35 Nugent, J. F. and Sons, printers and publishers, 18l.

36 Tenements, 10l.

Rere entrance to Messrs. Vance & Beers'

37 Stores, 14l.

Entrance to Model Lodging-house

38 Collier, Nicholas and John, waste paper dealers, 11l.

39 and 40 Tenements, 11l., 14l.

41, 42, & 45 Wren, Wm. carpenter and undertaker, 19l., 7l.

here Bridge-street, Lower, and Bridge-street, Upper, intersect.

43 Tenements, 11l.

44 Connolly, Eliza, coffin furniture maker, 14l.

45 Wren, Wm. timber yard, & 41, & 42

46 Connolly, Christopher, dairy, 7l.

47 Scully, George, private teacher, 7l.

48 and 49 Tenements, each, 3l.

50 Connor, Patk. currier and tanner, 8l.

51 Tenements, 9l.

here Bazer's-lane intersects

52 to 57 Tenements, 6l. to 14l.

58 Simpson, David, rag warehouse, 10l.

59 to 62 Tenements, 4l. to 10l.

63 O'Brien, Ellen, prov. dealer, 14l.

here Audoen's-arch intersects

64 Tenements

65 Kavanagh, Daniel, broker and car owner, 7l.

66 Ruins

67 Keogh, John, timber merchant, & No. 3, 2l.

68 & 69 Finn, Jas. timber merchant, coffinmaker, and undertaker, 17l.

70 Malone, Margaret, prov. deal. 15l.

71 & 72 Boylan, Rich. undertaker, 5l., 7l.

here Schoolhouse-lane intersects

73 Craig, Oliver, coffinmaker & undertaker, 12l.

74 Dowd, John, slater and broker, 12l.

75 O'Neill, Bernd. undertaker, 9l.

76 Tenements, 8l.

77 and 78 Ruins, each 8l.

79 Kelley, Lawrence, bookseller and dealer in waste paper & books, 17l.

80, 81, and 82 Baker, Thomas, paper and mill-board merchant—res. Irwin cottage, Dalkey, 40l.

83 Sheehan, Peter, stores and paper warehouse, and 4, 12l.

here Michael's-lane intersects

84 Ward, John, rag merchant, 20l.

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