Luke-street

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

From Townsend-street to Georges-quay.

P. St. Mark—Trinity W.—City.

1 Haughton, Patrick, English and mathematical teacher, 20l.

2 & 3 Boyle, Michl. pawnbroker, and 12, 13, and 14 Phoenix-street, and 3 Roseville, Phibsboro', 13l., 30l.

4 Wigan Coal Company, 12l.

here Poolbeg-street intersects

5 Neill, Peter, coal factor, 5l.

6 to 9 Tenements, 5l. to 14l.

10 & 11 Malone, George, grocer, tea, wine, and spirit merchant, and ship and commission agent, and Fingall avenue, Crab Lake, Clontarf, 28l.

here George's-quay intersects

12 Browne, Robert, tinplate worker, 8l.

13 and 14 Tenements, 13l., 12l.

15 & 16 Larkin, T. coal merchant, 35l.

here Poolbeg-street intersects

17 Potts, Richd. ship and commission agent, wine and spirit merchant, and 38 Poolbeg street 32l.

„ Nuzum, Thomas, coal agent for Whitehaven colliery, and 74 Marlborough-street

18 and 19 Church of England Missionary Female Training Schools, 40l.

Ragged School and Dormitory

20 Hand and Montgomery, coal merchants to the Lord Lieutenant, 16l.

„ Montgomery, Wm. coal merchant

here Rath-row intersects

21 Slate stores—-John Henderson, prop. and 149, 150, and 151 Townsend-street, 20l.

22 to 24 Tenements, 10l., 8l.

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