Exchange-street, Lower

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

From Wood-quay to Essex-street, W.

P. St. John.—1, 2, and 34 Wood-quay W. 3 to 33 South City W.—City.

1 and 2 Tenements, each 14l.

here Fishamble-street intersects

3 Flynn, John, gun case maker, 12l.

4 Bourke, Patk. livery stables, 20l.

5, 6, 7 St. Michael and St John's National Free School—Rev.A. Roche, guardian, 30l.

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

Presbytery or Chapel House

Roche, Rev. Nicholas, p.p.—Canon

Meehan, Rev. C. Patrick, c.c.

M'Grath, Rev. Patrick, c.c.

O'Hanlon, Rev. John

Walsh, Rev. Nicholas, c.c.

Kirwan, Rev. Philip, c.c.

8, 9, & 10 Nowlan, Anne and Francis, cork importers and manufacturers, 85l.

„ Nowlan, Mr. Francis R.

11 Dunne, Michael, last maker, 13l.

12 Fleming, David, cork manufac. 16l.

13 Tenements, 10l.

14 Parker, Wm. provision dealer, 13l.

here Essex-st. W. and Essex-gate intersect.

15 Hogart, Robert—St. John's Library Society, 7l.

16 Powell, William, workshop, 13l.

17 Stanley, Thos. and Sons, wholesale and retail shoemakers' finding shop and leather warehouse, 14l.

18 Vacant

19 Donnelly, H. engraver & printer, 8l.

20 Tenements, valued with 20 Essex-q.

21 Fleming, G. printer and engraver, valued with 19 Essex-quay

22 Ivers, J. picture-frame maker, 7l.

23 Flint, John, fishing and fowling tackle manufactory, and at 17 Essex-quay; valued with 15 Essex-qy.

24 to 29 Tenements, valued in Essex-q.

30 M'Cabe, John, tailor, 8l.

31 Holdbrook, John, stone, seal, and gem sculptor, & Royal-colonnade, Essex-quay, 8l.

32 Dunne, Denis, boot and shoemkr. 8l.

33 Richardson, Edward, trunkmaker, and 22 Wood-quay, 8l.

here Fishamble-street intersects

34 Cartwright, John, prov. dealer, 7l.

35 Tenements, 7l.

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