From Thom's Irish Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862
here Essex-st. W. and Essex-gate intersect.
15 Hogart, Robert—St. John's Library
16 Powell, William, workshop, 13l.
17 Stanley, Thos. and Sons, wholesale
and retail shoemakers' finding
shop and leather warehouse, 14l.
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
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,
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.
From Cork-hill to Essex-gate.
P. St. Werburgh & St. John.—South City
1 Reilly, John, and Co. grocers and
spirit dealers, 17l.
2 Vantreen, Abm. ivory turner, 20l.
3 Lazenby, H. pickle and sauce ma-
4 Brennan, Mary, eating-house, 14l.
5 Tenements, 14l.
6 Gaffney, Thos. board & lodg. ho. 14l.
7 and 8 Building ground, 3l., 5l.
9 Brown, John, provision dealer, 27l.
10 Larkin, Danl. grocer, tea, wine, &
spirit merch. & 1 Essex-gate, 30l.
11 Blayney, Hugh, grocer, wine, and
spirit merch. & 14 west Essex-st.
here Essex-gate and Essex-street, West,
12 Molloy, D. provision dealer, 15l.
13 & 14 White, James, pawnbroker
(see advertisement), each 22l.
15 Quinlan, Edward, cork cutter, 18l.
16 Tenements, 17l.
17 Harding, Thomas, clerk, 17l.
18 M'Cabe, John, dairy, 16l.
19 Behan, Margaret, prov. dealer, 11l.
20 Mundee, Edward, tobacconist, 5l.
From Sth. Gt. George's-st. to William-st.
P. St. Andrew and St. Bride.—1 to 22
Royal Exchange W. 23 to 43 South
[1-7...7l. to 15l.]
1 Byrne, Ths. chandlr. & tobcnst.
2 Murphy, Morgan, hairdresser,
3 Carew, Richd. provis. dealer,
4 Mulholland, Patk. bakery,
5 Lewis, John, eating-house
6 Doyle, Nath. coffee-house,
7 Kelly, E. dairy,
8 Mordant, Luke, grocer and spirit
dealer, & 77 Lr. Camden-st. 17l.
9 Tenements, [9-13...5l. to 9l.]
10 Murphy, Jas. chimney-sweeper,
12 Byrne, Laurence, plumber,
13 Power, James, cutler,
........here Royal-row intersects........
14 Finnigan, Julia, broker, 6l.
15 Tenements, 6l.
16 Reilly, Michael, prov. dealer, 7l.
........here Drury-lane intersects.......
17 Norton, Michael, forage stores, 10l.
18 Dowdall, Chris, smith & bellhan. 6l.
Entrance to Clancy's button factory
19 Bourke, John, jeweller, 12l.
[20-27...4l. to 18l.]
20 Fox, Wm. provision stores,
21 Reddy, John, dairy,
22 O'Brien, John, prov. dealer,
23 Bullock, Edwd. prof. of music,
,, Kelly, John, hairdresser,
25 Murray, Thos. hairdresser,
26 Maher, P. grocer & spirit dlr.
27 Moran, Ellen, broker,
28 Hinch, Jas. furniture broker
29 Newman, Chr. prov. dealer
30 Daniel, John, tobacconist
31, 32, 33, and 34 Drake and M'Comas,
rectifying distillers, & wine, tea, &
general import merchants, 65l.
35 Tenements, [35-43...3l. to 14l.]
36 Larkin, Laurence, fur. broker,
37 Flood, James, grocer & spirit
38 O'Grady, Jas. provision dealer,
39 Reilly, Patrick, cooper,
41 Byrne, Thomas, coal and coke
42 Cuthbert, Hen. eating-house,
North Dock W.
Three houses in tenements, 15l.
Off Smithfield, No. 25.
P. St. Paul.—Arran-quay W.—City.
Offices and yard, 7l.
Off Ducker's-lane, No. 11.
P. St. Nicholas Without.—Merchants'-quay
Three houses in tenmts. 1l.10s. to 2l.
From Great George's-st. S. to Drury-lane,
P. St. Bride.—Royal Exchange W.— City.
1 Wickham, Richard, prov. stores, 7l.
2 Reilly, John, dairy, 12l.
3 to 9 Tenements, 10l. to 12l.
.......here Drury-lane intersects......
10 to 16 Tenements, 10l. to 13l.
17 Eden, R. bookbinder, 13l.
18 Tenements, 13l.
19 Hickey, James, saddler, 6l.
From Lr. Mecklenburgh-st. to Purdon-st.
P. St. Thomas.—North Dock W.—City.
Nineteen small houses in tenements,
3l. to 9l.
Off Upper Abbey-street.
P. St. Thomas.—North City W.—City.
Five houses in tenements, 3l. to 7l.
Off Bride-street, No. 43.
P. St. Peter—Wood-quay W.—County.
1 to 4 Tenements, 3l. to 5l.
Off Cross Kevin-street.
P. St. Peter.—Wood-quay W.—City.
1 to 3 Tenements, each 3l.10s.
Off Back-lane, No. 41.
P. St. Audoen.—Merchants'-quay W.—
Three houses in tenements, each 5l.
Off Charlemont-street, Lower, No. 30.
P. St. Peter.—Fitzwilliam W.—City.
Two houses in tenements, 2l.
Off Bride-street, No. 77.
P. St. Bride.—Wood-quay W.—City.
Three houses in tenements, each 5l.
From Abbey-st. Lower, to Abbey-st. Old.
P. St. Thomas.—North Dock W.—
Now called Austin's-court.
Off Church-street, No. 4l.
P. St. Michan.—Arran-quay W.—City.
1 to 8 Tenements, 1l. 10s. to 3l.
Aughrim-street. — P. Grangegorman. —
1 White, Voltaire, deputy purveyor
to the forces
2 Arkins, Thomas, esq. sword bearer
From Castle-street to Essex-quay.
P. St. Werburgh, 1; P. St. John, 2 to
57.—1 to 11, and 33 to57 Wood-quay W.
12 to 30 South City W.—City.
1 Connolly, Robert, trunkmaker, 26l.
2 Ward, Margt. grocer & vintner, 18l.
3 Gowan, Thomas, grocer, wine, and
spirit merchant, 19l.
4 Keegan, Eliza, basketmaker, 19l.
5 and 6 Entrance to J. Green and
Co. Castle-street, 16l.
7 Clarke, Mary, provision dealer, 22l.
8 Broderick, Timothy, saw maker &
edge tool warehouse, 20l.
.......here Saul's-court intersects........
9 Tenements, 22l.
10 Foresman, Edward, tailor, 15l.
11 Tenements, 13l.
......here Copper-alley intersects.......
[12-15...10l. to 16l.]
12 to 14 Tenements,
15 Ramsay, Edwd. brassfounder,
plumber and gasfitter,
16 & 17 Ryan, William, turning lathe
and tool manufacturer and me-
18 & 19 Kennan and Son, turning
lathe and tool manufacturer, iron
works, hardware house, and im-
plement depot, 23l., 28l.
20 FISHAMBLE-STREET THEATRE, 25l.
21 Fottrell, W. B. seed crushers, oil
cake, & oil manufacturers—mills,
Raheen, Clondalkin, 30l.
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