Essex-street, East

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

From Parliament-street to Temple-bar.

P. St. John, 1. P. St. Andrew, 11 to 37. P. St. Werburgh, 2 to 9, and 38 to 49.—South City W.—City.

1 Scott, Bell, & Co. silk mercers, &c. 24l.

2 Duffy, James, workshop, 17l.

3 Egan, Charles, hairdresser, 11l.

4 Halligan, Michael, prov. dealer, 11l.

5 Kelly, Jas. tinplate worker, smith, and gas fitter

6 to 8 Tenements, 10l. to 13l.

9 Dwyer, Darby, dairy, 14l.

[10 to 13—7l. to 28l.]

10 & 11 Vacant,

12 & 13 Duffy, Jas. workshops,

14 Tellwright, Francis, glass and china merchant, & 19 Wellington-quay

15 & 16 Tellwright, T. stores

17 & 18 Byrne, Peter, hat manufacturer, and 22 Wellington-quay

here Eustace-street intersects

19 Warren, Mrs. M. wholesale and retail china, glass, & earthenware warehouse, also 30 Essex-street, 14 Eustace-street, & 50 Henry-st. 45l.

20 Oman, Wm. working jeweller, 16l.

21 Flemyng, Mrs. dairy, 18l.

22 Mundee, Patk. provision dealer, 12l.

23 Tenements, 20l.

here Temple-bar & Temple-lane intersect.

24 Donegan, John, watchmakers' workshop, warehouse, 32 Dame-st. 16l.

25 Byrne, Peter, provision dealer, 16l.

26 Neary, John, tailor, 16l.

27 Palmer, Bernard, tailor, 16l.

28 & 29 Monks, James, vintner, 44l.

here Eustace-street intersects

30 Warren, Mrs. M. china, glass, and earthenware warehouse, and 19 and 14 Eustace-street, 55l.

31 Mooney, John, lithog. printer, 28l.

„ Corcoran, Joseph, paper ruler

32 Essex-st. School—W. Healy, master

33 & 34 Fagan, B. grocer, spirit dealer, and float owner, 21l.

here Sycamore-alley intersects

35 O'Neill, Denis, grocer, tea, wine, & spirit dealer, 25l.

36 Tynan, Denis, provision dealer and float owner, 13l.

[37 to 40—16l. to 23l.]

37 Doyle, Edward, wood & ivory turner

38 Tenements,

39 Murray, Denis, dairy,

40 Donegan, Wm. provision dlr.

41 Connolly, Myles, bone, ivory, and wood turner, 24l.

42 Fennelon, Anne, prov. dealer, 28l.

43 Redmond, Margt. tallow chand. 30l.

44 Rathborne, John G. wax and spermaceti candle manufacturer, spermaceti oil refiner, and general oil merchant, 34l.

here Crampton-court intersects

45 and 46 Dolphin hotel—J. Flanagan, proprietor, 23l., 34l.

„ Flanagan, James, wine merchant, and importer of Bass' Ales—stores, 4 Crane-lane

47 Woodbyrne, Johana, prov. stores, 24l.

48 Hancock, Herbert, cork cutter, 22l.

49 Eagle hot. & tav. Mrs. J. Abraham, 30l.

here Crane-lane intersects

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