Dolphin's-barn-lane

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

From Cork-street to South Circular-road.

P. St. James.—1 to 29 Merchants'-qy. W. 30 to 52 Usher's-quay W.—City.

1 Collins, Rose and Son, tanners

2 Parker, Mrs. H. 9l.

3 M'Loughlin, Geo. inland revn. officer

4 Brophy, John, accountant, 9l.

5 Bushby, Mr. William, 9l.

6 Lucas, Miss Jane Alicia, 9l.

„ Lucas, John, t.c.d.

7 and 8 Perry, James, agricultural chemist—office, 12 Eden-quay, 75l.

9 Tenements, 6l. 10s.

10 Dwyer, Mr. Denis, g.p.o.

11 Woods, Mr. Richard, 8l.

here Raleigh-court intersects

[12 to 26—1l. 10s. to 7l.]

12 to 21 Tenements,

22 Flynn, Mr. John

23 Higgins, Mr. John

24 Dempsey, Mrs.

„ Dempsey, Thos. contractor

25 National School—Miss Cummins, schoolmistress

26 Tenements,

27 Worths, Henry, spirit stores, 14l.

here Rehoboth-lane intersects

28 Kelly, Francis, prov. dealer, 18l.

29 Wild, Miss, ladies' seminary, 10l.

here South Circular-road intersects….

30 to 34 Tenements, 1l. to 4l.10s.

35 and 36 O'Neill, John, tanner, 30l.

37 to 42 Tenements, 5l. to 12l.

43 and 44 Tench, Charles, tanner and currier, 24l.

45 to 49 Tenements, 5l. to 32l.

50 Byrne, Peter, tanner, 25l.

[51 & 52—12l.]

51 Jones, Margaret, tanner,

52 Kinsella, John, cattle dealer,

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