Henry Shaw's Dublin City Directory, 1850 (Alphabetical list)
IGOE, Michael, 29 Park street, East
Imperial Hotel, 21 and 22 Lower Sackville street
Life and Fire Insurance Company, 85 College green
Ince, Thomas, 71 Camden street, Lower
Mary, 30 Nicholas street
Richard Cunningham, 118 Gardiner st. Lr.
Incorporated Society, 55 Angier street
Ingham, Charles D. 25 Gardiner street, Lower
Miss Florence, 22 George's place, North
Ingram, Hull, 58 York street
Mrs. 17 Portland street, North
Inland Department, City Dublin Steam Packet Co. 1 Marlborough street
Insolvent Debtors' Court, Office, 3 Lower Ormond quay
Ireland, John, 11 Ellis's quay,
Richard D. 20 Upper Fitzwilliam street
Richard Stanley, M.D. 121 Stephen's green, W.
Samuel Gardiner, 13 Great Charles street, Mountjoy square
William, Esq. 13 Great Charles street, Mountjoy square, and Robertstown house, county Kildare
William Milton, 13 Great Charles street, Mountjoy square
Eliza, 143 Church street, Old
William, 13 Church street, Great
Irish Homeopathic Society
Railway Gazette 7 Abbey street, Lower
Clergy's Daughters School, 2 Kildare place
Reform Club, Dawson street
South East Railway Company, 9 Kildare st.
Irishman News Paper, 4 D'Olier street
Irvine, Hans, M.D. 1 Rutland square, East
Henry, 7 and 30 Gardiner's place
James, Esq. 10 Hardwicke place
Edward, C. Esq. 9 Fitzwilliam street, Lower
Edward, 9 Fitzwilliam street, Lower
Edward, 31 Frederick street, North
Irwin, Edward John, 102 Lower Gardiner street
Edward W., 4 Eccles street, and Up. Queen's Inns Chambers, 10 Henrietta street
Edward, 4 Eccles street
Edward S. Potter's alley, Marlborough street, and 1 Northumberland square
Edward William, Esq. Tritonville avenue, Sandymount road
Hugh, 58 Eccles street
John, 14 Prussia street
Mrs., 31 North Frederick street
Richard, 18 Heytesbury street
Richard, 207 Great Brunswick street
Thomas, 2 Royal Canal Bank
Thomas S., 60 Lower Charlemont street
Isaacs, Bernard, 56 Nassau street
Ivers, H. S , 9 Spring Garden parade
John, 32 Exchange street, Lower
Henry, 30 Usher's quay
John, 32 Exchange street
Ivie, Miss, 21 Summer street North
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A touching story for the genuine booklover, written by an Irish bookseller under the pseudonym of Ralph St John Featherstonehaugh.
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