Henry Shaw's Dublin City Directory, 1850 (Alphabetical list)
YATES, John, 13 Eustace street
Yeates, George, 2 Grafton street, and 10 Wellington place, near Clanbrassil street
William, 39 Richmond street, Portobello
Mrs. 3 Catherine villa
Yewen, Widow, 24 Monck place
Yoakley, Thomas, 85 Camden street, Lower
Yore, Patrick, 6 Grattan street
York, Patt, 23 Cross Kevin street
Young and Williamson, 142 Gloucester street, Lr.
Anne, 2 South Anne street
Arthur W. 142 Gloucester street, Lower
George, 14 Suffolk street, and 4 Heytesbury street
James, 16 Grenville street
James, 43 Essex street, East, and 13 Boot lane
Joseph, 65 Camden street, Lower
Lawrence, 4 Albert place, East
Mrs. 44 Hardwicke street
Myles, 43 James' street
Robert, Peeble's buildings, 55 Manor street
Samuel, 23 Park street, East
Thomas, 24 Summerhill
Rev. Charles, Chapel, Upper Gardiner street
Francis, 15 Summerhill parade
John, 12 Mountjoy square, West
Mrs. 9 Anne street, North East
Miss, 5 Portland place
Margaret, 16 Northumberland square
Patrick, 9 Hawkins' street
S. and Co. 151 Thomas street
Thomas, 6 Francis street
Thomas, 20 do.
William, 46 Great Straed street
William, 12 Lower Ormond quay
Yourell, John, 22 Smithfield
James, 173 Townsend street
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