Kevin-street, Upper

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

From Cross Kevin-street to New-street.

P. St. Peter, 1 to 14. P. St. Patrick, 15 to 46.—Wood-quay W.—City.

1 Madden, Edward, jun. saddler and harness maker, 18l.

[2 to 3—9l.]

2 Murphy, Daniel, broker,

3 Farrell, Edw. provision dealer,

4 to 6 Tenements, each 9l.

7 Garter inn, B. Redmond, livery stables, and butter factor, 27l.

8 Madden, Mary, saddler and harness maker, 16l.

here Hackett's-court intersects

9 Edwards, A. E. tobacconist, 20l.

„ Donohoe, Chas. saddler & harness maker

10 Sharpe, William, saddlery and harness broker, 20l.

„ Cahill, F. grocer and spirit dealer

11 Miller, Joseph, saddler, 13l.

here Fogarty's-court intersects

12 Tenements, 14l.

13 Madden, Edw. harness maker, 9l.

14 Porter, John, prov. dealer, 17l.

here Cathedral-lane intersects

15 & 16 Close, George, & Son, saddlers and harness makers, 18l., 14l.

„ Close, Joseph, esq. and 5 Eglinton-terrace, Phibsborough

17 M'Cann, Jas. locksmith & broker, 10l.

18 Daly, William, saddler, 15l.

19 Callow, Robert, coach maker, and 61 Camden-st. lower, and 44 Westland-row, 18l.

here Edge's-court intersects

20 Flatley, James, smith, 11l.

21 Flatley, Mrs. broker, 10l.

„ O'Connor, P. smith

[22 to 25—3l. 10s. to 6l.]

22 M'Loughlin, John, nailer,

23 & 24 Mulligan, Francis, chain maker,

25 Jackson, George, broker,

26 Verdon, Christopher, locksmith and bell hanger, 13l.

27 Gordon, Wm. harness maker, 10l.

28 M'Cann, Thomas, smith, 8l.

29 M'Mahon, Bernard, broker, 9l.

30 Etchingham, Thomas, grocer and spirit dealer, 27l.

here New-street & Patrick-street intersect.

31 Irwin & Co. tea dealers, 10l.

31½ Finlay, Edward, ironmonger, 13l.

32 Doyle, John, iron merchant, 24l.

33 Mackey, J. & S.haberdash. wareh. 22l.

34 Dowling, Christr. prov. dealer, 16l.

35 M'Carthy, Josh. tailor, 16l.

„ Greene, Samuel, house painter

36 Daly, William, tobacconist, 10l.

37 Duffy, Charles, prov. dealer, 10l.

38 Dowling, Francis, tobacconist, 10l.

Post Office Receiver—Francis Dowling, receiver

here Mitre-alley intersects

39 M'Gee, John, vintner, 23l.

40 Boyce, Mathew, harness maker, 10l.

41 Dowling, John, rag stores, 6l.

The Deanery House of St. Patrick's Cathedral, 75l.

Carnegie, Richard M. verger, and 88 Bride-street

Archbishop Marsh's Library—Rev. Thomas Cradock, a.m., librarian

Horse Police Barracks—Edward Rapson, superintendent, 180l.

42 and 43 Tenements, 15l., 25l.

44 Mulhall, John, provision dealer, 5l.

45 Clare, George, cutler, 8l.

46 Kavanagh, Michael, prov. shop, 17l.

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