SourceThom's Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862

From Cross Kevin-st. to Redmond's-hill.

P. St. Peter, 1 to 25. P. St. Bride, 26 to 55.—Mansion-house W.City.

1 Hoey, John, wine and spirit merchant, and 58 Charlemont-st. 30l.

2 and 3 St. Peter's Alms House, each 14l.

4 Mahon, Thomas, esq. 17l.

5 Summers, John, baker, 32l.

6 Guilfoyle, John, coal factor, 18l.

7 to 10 Ruins

11 and 12 Tenements, each 16l.

13 Tyler, Edw. police constable, 18l.

14 Tenements, 8l.

15 Moravian Church—Rev. Henry O. Essex, Old Mountpleasant av. 26l.

16 Byrne, Charles, butter, bacon, and fowl factor, 36l.

17 White, John and Sons, organ builders, 24l.

18 Drysdale, Matthew, builder, 22l.

19 Tenements, 13l.

20 Moore, John, shoemaker, 13l.

21 Byrne, Thomas, painter, 18l.

22 M'Mullen, Mrs. cloak and dress maker, 16l.

„ M'Guinness, Thomas, coal factor

23 Edney, J. provision dealer, 14l.

24 Carroll, Wm. provision dealer, 14l.

here Redmond's-hill & Peter's-row intersect.

25 Shannon, Joseph, grocer, wine and spirit dealer, 36l.

„ M'Ilwaine, Joseph, tea & wine dlr.

26 Reilly, Thomas, dairy, 13l.

27 Pallisser, Mr. Robert, 15l.

27 ½ Hendrick, Patrick, cooperage

28 and 29 Tenements, 14l., 10l.

30 Gaffney, James, carpenter, 16l.

31 Tenements, 14l.

32 Murphy, E. dress maker, 16l.

33 to 40 Tenements, 6l. to 18l.

41 Craddock, George, foundry & iron works, 40l.

42 to 45 Tenements, 14l. to 18l.

46 Barnwall, Thomas, and Son, manufacturing ironmongers to the Board of Works, 24l.

47 Mulligan. C. silver plater, 20l.

48 Tenements, 20l.

here Bishop-court intersects

49 Mekin, Patrick, dairy, 9l.

50 Tenements, 25l.

51 Colgan, Nathanl. pawnbroker, 36l.

52 Tenements, 22l.

53 Downes, Sam. G. gen. printg.offi. 23l.

54 Caffrey's, Mr. and Miss, school, 17l.

55 and 56 Tenements, 18l., 21l.

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