Essex-street, West

SourceThom's Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862

Late Smock-alley.

From Fishamble-street to Exchange-street.

P. St. John.—South City W.—City.

1 to 5 Tenements, 6l. to 13l.

6 Mulvey, Richard, carpenter, 17l.

7 Bass, Thomas, carpenter, 13l.

8 Tenements, 13l.

9 Cooke, Joseph, prov. dealer, 12l.

10 Tenements, 7l.

11 Gilligan, Thomas, bit and stirrup manufacturer. 11l.

12 Tenements, 9l.

13 O'Brien, Mrs. M. and Son, provision dealers and coal factors, 10l.

here Exchange-st. Up. and Lr. intersect.

14 Blayney, Hugh, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, and 11 upper Exchange-st.—res. 32 Eccles-st. 36l.

15 and 16 Tenements, 6l.

17 M'Cabe, William, dairy, 20l.

18 Tenements, 14l.

19 Lawler, William, last maker, 20l.

St. Michael and St. John's Roman Catholic Chapel

For Presbytery or Chapel house, See Exchange-street, lower

20 Tenements, 11l.

21 Ruins,

22 Jolly, Pattison, printing office, and stereotype founder, 55l.

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