Cork-street

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

From Ardee-street to Dolphin's-barn-lane.

P. St. Catherine.—1 to 70, and 91 to 137 Merchants'-quay W. 71 to 90 Usher's-quay W.—City.

A Pillar Letter-box at the corner of Ormond-street.

1 Tenements, 4l. 10s.

2 Corcoran, Wm. iron works, 4l. 10s.

3 to 5 Tenements, 3l.10s. to 6l. 10s.

6 Price, Fredk. silk manuf. 5l. 10s.

7 & 8 Kearns, Michael, maltster and barm brewer, 15l.

9 M'Clean, William, and Richmond Bridewell, 8l.

10 & 11 Tenements, 11l., 9l.

12 Brennan, Martin, prov. dealer, 8l.

13 Widows' Alms-house, in connexion with Eustace-street Meeting-house

[14 to 20—2l. to 10l. 10s.]

14 to 16 Tenements,

17 Smith, Mr. Thomas,

18 Singleton, Mr. Benj.

„ Jackson, Mr. Joseph

19 and 20 Tenements,

here Ormond-street intersects

21 Fairbrother, Mrs. groc. & spir. dlr. 18l.

[22 to 28—2l. 10s. to 15l.]

22 Tenements,

23 Farrell, Edward, dairy,

24 to 28 Tenements,

28½ O'Neil, John, tan yard, 12l.

29 to 37 Tenements, 3l. to 5l. 10s.

here Brickfield-lane intersects

35 to 37 Tenements, each 9l.

38 Pakenham, Thomas, esq. 9l.

Fever Hospital and House of Recovery —Charles Mathews, registrar; Richard Netterville, engineer; Mrs. A. Mullen, housekeeper

39 Moore, Peter, grocer

here Love-lane intersects

Wesleyan Meth. Meeting-house

40 Blackburn, William, wool commission agent, 8l. 10s.

41 Ward, Mrs. Louisa, 10l.

42 Probyn, Edw. Inland Rev. officer, 11l.

43 Hamilton, Joseph, carpet-cutter, Victoria Lodge, 13l.

[44 & 45—4l.]

44 Hanlon, A. victualler,

45 Yard,

46 Singleton, Mr. Robert, 11l.

47 Carginie, Captain, 10l.

48 M'Connell, Thos. builder, 10l. 10s.

49 Bagnall, Mr. Robert, 14l.

50, 51, and 52 Butler, Joseph, licensed maltster, and Fontenoy, Bray, 15l., 55l.

53 to 56 Tenements, 3l. 10s. to 16l.

57 O'Reilly, Michael, brewer and maltster, 33l.

58 Vacant, 15l.

59 and 60 Tenements, 7l., 8l.

61 Killingley, Mr. T. Henry, 81 Lower Baggot-st. and 113 Grafton-st. 8l.

62 Tenements, 9l.

63 Coade, James, inland rev. office, 9l.

[64 to 69—10l.]

64 Manning, Mr. John,

65 Bushell, Mr. James,

66 to 68 Tenements,

69 Moore, John, provision dealer,

70 Tenements

here Dolphin's-barn-lane intersects

71 and 72 Tenements, 8l., 5l.

here Boardman's-lane intersects

[73 to 80—4l. 10s. to 8l.]

73 and 74 Tenements.

75 Brennan, Mr. James,

76 to 80 Tenements,

81 Magee, Mary, vintner, 10l.

82 & 83 Ord. John, tanner, 42l.

84 Sibbald, Mr. James, 4l.

85 Donovan, Daniel, Insp. of police, 4l.

86 Roe, James, grocer and vintner, 6l.

87 to 90 Tenements, 4l. 10s. to 7l.

here Marrowbone-lane intersects

[91 to 94—9l. to 12l.]

91 Rennix, William, grocer and provision dealer,

92 to 94 Tenements,

95 Mulrany, Chas. grocer,

[96 to 99—6l. 10s. to 12l.]

96 Byrne, Geo. prov. dealer, and licensed hawker,

97 Flint, Mrs. Martha,

„ Flint, Mr. W.

98 and 99 Tenements,

100 Haughton, Barcroft, accountant, 5l.10s.

101 Hillsworth, Henry, clerk

102 Widows' Asylum and Cottages of the late John David La Touche, esq.

103 Cemetery of the Society of Friends—John Croake, resident caretaker

Protestant Female Reformatory School—Rev. J. H. Monahan, Rev. Thos. R. Shore, & Thos. Greene, hon. secs.

104 Mahony, Jno. J. brush manuf. 15l.

105, 106, and 107 O'Neil, John, tanner and currier, 36l.

108 Clarke, Patrick, feather mer. 29l.

109 Clarke, Denis, tanner, 30l.

110 Murphy, John, dealer in pigs and corn, 25l.

111 Tenements, 8l.

112 Louth, Miss Mary, 12l.

„ Busby, Jn. and Sons, maltsters, 28l.

113 Vacant, 18l.

114 Hastings, Mrs. provision dealer. 7l.

115 & 116 Ord, Jno. & J. tanners, 42l.

„ Ord, Thomas, jun. tanner

117 to 119 Tenements, 9l., 8l.

120 Proudman, Mr. John, 8l.

„ Smith, William, tanner

121, 122, and 123 Spence, Messrs. iron foundry, 18l.

124 Tenements, 8l.

[125 to 132—2l. to 11l.]

125 Robertson, Jno. hair merch

126 Syme, Mr. David

127 Wade, John, college porter,

128 M'Bride, Chas. gut string manufacturer,

129 to 131 Tenements,

132 Kelly, Luke, hat manul.

here Eldon's-court intersects

133 to 135 Tenements, 12l.

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