From Thom's Irish Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862
5 Stephens, Chas. carp. & build. 30l.
6 and 7 Higgins, John, forage and hay
seed stores, 36l.
8 Martin, William, dairy, 12l.
9 Weedon, John, prov. dealer, 12l.
10 and 11 Tenements, 12l., 13l.
......here Church-lane intersects.......
12 Fry, William, & Co. manufacturers
of carriage laces, and dealers in
coachmakers' wares, fringes, curled
hair, & Irish poplins, and cabinet
mkrs. & 81 Westmoreland st. 140l.
13 Connor, John, butter crane, 11l.
14 & 15 O'Connor, John, salesmaster,
17 Meehan, P., min. water manuf. 7l.
18 Byrne, Laur. butter factor, 22l.
19 Purcell, Thomas, plasterer, 16l.
20 Canavan, James, ginger beer ma-
nufacturer, and prov. dealer, 11l.
here New Bride-street, Fearon's-court,
and Kevin-street, Cross, intersect.
34 and 35 Doyle, Richd. grocer, wine,
and spirit dealer, 18l.
36 Lennon, Patrick, dairy, 10l.
37 Neary, Michael, provision dealer, 5l.
38 & 39 Waldron, S. prov. dlr. 10l., 12l.
40 Beakey, Patrick, butter crane, 9l.
41 Tenements, 10l. 10s.
42 Carolin, Thadeus, broker, 10l.
,, Walker, Thomas, tobacconist
43 Beakey, Patrick, butter crane, 25l.
44 Byrne, Denis, timber merchant, 13l.
47 Corporation Weigh-house
49 Bell, Samuel, salesmaster, 10l.
50 to 53 Tenements, each 11l.
54 Byrne, C. butter stores, 12l.
55 Kelly, J. car owner, & prov. dlr. 9l.
56 Reilly, Darby, harness maker, 12l.
,, Sargent, Catherine, nailer
57 O'Neill & Byrne, butter factors, 18l.
59 Castles, Catherine, broker, 13l.
60 Doyle, Patrick, broker 12l.
61 Walshe, John, marine stores, 16l.
,, Barry, Mr. William
62 Thompson, Michael, saddler, 19l.
63 Fleming, William, corkcutter, 19l.
64 Fowler, Michael, tea, wine, and
spirit merchant, 32l.
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 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
.....here Hackett's-court intersects.....
9 Edwards, A. E. tobacconist, 20l.
,, Donohoe, Chas. saddler & harness
10 Sharpe, William, saddlery and har-
ness 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-
17 M'Cann, Jas. locksmith & broker, 10l.
18 Daly, William, saddler, 15l.
19 Callow, Robert, coach maker, and
61 Camden-st. lower, and 44 West-
.......here Edge's-court intersects.......
20 Flatley, James, smith, 11l.
21 Flatley, Mrs. broker, 10l.
,, O'Connor, P. smith
[22-25...3l. 10s. to 6l.]
22 M'Loughlin, John, nailer,
23 & 24 Mulligan, Francis,
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
........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
Carnegie, Richard M. verger, and
Archbishop Marsh's Library—Rev.
Thomas Cradock, A.M., librarian
Horse Police Barracks — Edward
Rapson, superintendent, 180l.
42 and 13 Tenements, 15l., 25l.
44 Mulhall, John, provision dealer, 5l.
45 Clare, George, cutler, 8l.
46 Kavanagh, Michael, prov. shop, 17l.
P. St. Paul.—Arran-quay W.—
Yard and two houses in tenements, 3l.
P. St. Anne.— Trinity W.—City.
1 Bell, David Charles, professor of
elocution, academy for young-
,, Bell, Mrs. boarding and day semi-
nary for young ladies
2 Irish Clergy's Daughters' School—
Rev. Cadwallader Wolseley, hon.
sec.; Joseph Mullen, assistant
sec; Mrs, North, teacher, 95l.
3 Dickson, Rev. B. F.T.C.D. and 36
Trinity College, 100l.
4 Education Society, 250l.
,, Keene, A. B. registrar to the Kil-
dare-place Society, and assistant
secretary to the Education Society
,, Leeper, Rev. Alexander, prebend-
ary of St. Audoen's
,, Model Schools—see l0 Kildare-street
5 Woodhouse, William Dee, engraver
and medallist to the Royal Dublin
Society, &c.—res. Well park, Kil-
gobbin, co. Dublin
From Leinster-st. to Stephen's-green, Nth.
P. St. Anne.—1 to 12 Trinity W. 13 to
35 Mansion-house W. 36 to 47 Royal
1, 2, and 3 KILDARE-STREET CLUB—
Chas. Miller, esq. secretary; Peter
Curry, house steward
4 Seymour, Webb, and Co. sol. 95l.
,, Seymour, Edw. Wight, solicitor
,, Seymour, John W. solicitor
,, Scott, Bindon, solicitor
,, Seymour, Rev. Edward, curate of
,, Webb, Stawell, solicitor
5 IRISH RAILWAY CLEARING HOUSE—
J. W. Elwin, secretary, 88l.
6 Space for building
7 Darley, H. M.D. M.B. A.M. T.C.D. 75l.
8 Meade and Colles, solicitors, 72l.
,, Colles, Graves C. solicitor
,, Meade, Josias Dunn, solicitor
9 Davis, George, M.D. F.R.C.S.I. 65l.
......here Kildare-lane intersects.......
ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY HOUSE—
William Edward Steele, esq. M.D.
assist. secretary; Henry C. White,
esq., registrar, 1250l.
GOVERNMENT SCHOOL OF ART—
head-master, Henry MacManus,
Natural History Museum—A.
Carte, esq. M.D. director
AGRICULTURAL MUSEUM — Mr.
Andrew Corrigan, curator
here Shelbourne-pl. & Kildare-pl. intersect.
10 Church Education Society—Rev. Alex.
Leeper, chaplain and secretary
11 Board-room of the Governors of the
Schools founded by Erasmus Smith,
esq.—Eustace Thorp, esq. regis-
12 Burke, John Hogan, solicitor, and 10
Sorrento-road, Dalkey, valued
with 27 Stephen's-green, north
„ Burke, James M. barrister, J.P. and
Queenstown lodge, Dalkey
,, Burke, Martin, esq. proprietor of
the Shelbourne hotel
,, D'Arcy, Martin B. esq.
here Stephen's-green, North, intersects.
13 D'Arcy, John, wine merchant
14 Burrows, Thomas, and Co. military
tailors, clothiers, &c. 38l.
,, Ebbs, Henry, solicitor
,, Stoney, Sadlier, barrister, J.P. and
Cabinteely house, Cabinteely
15 Lyons, William, solicitor, and 53
Upper Baggot-street, 50l.
,, Watkins, Bartholomew, artist, im-
porter, restorer, and agent for the
purchase and sale of pictures on
In Popular Rhymes and Sayings of Ireland (first published in 1924) John J. Marshall examines the origin of a variety of rhymes and sayings that were at one time in vogue around different parts of the country, including those which he recalled from his own childhood in County Tyrone. Numerous riddles, games and charms are recounted, as well as the traditions of the ‘Wren Boys’ and Christmas Rhymers. Other chapters describe the war cries of prominent Irish septs and the names by which Ireland has been personified in literature over the centuries.
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