SourceThom's Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862

From Hendrick-place to Stoneybatter.

P. St. Paul.—Arran-quay W.—City.

King's or Bluecoat Hospital—Rev. L. A. Le Pan, ll.d. chaplain: Stuart N. Lane, esq. registrar; Mrs. Star, housekeeper

1 & 2 Courtney, Stephens, & Co. iron founders and engineers, 94l.

„ Courtney and Stephens, paper manufacturers, and Loader's Park paper mills, Harold's-cross

„ Stephens, Wm. Robert, merchant, and Fairfield, Rathgar, 32l.

„ Chessell, John, engineer

3 Anderson, Wm. civil engineer, 34l.

4 Stephens, Geo. Alex, merch. 36l.

5 Paul, Thomas, farming implement manufacturer

6 and 7 Paul and Vincent, farming implement manufs. mill-wrights, and iron founders, manure manufacturers and importers, 30l.

8 Scally, James, dairy, 14l.

9 Fagan, Mrs. livery stables, &c. 24l.

here Stoneybatter and King-st. N. intersect.

10 and 11 Tenements, 9l.

12 M'Evoy, Patrick, sugar refiner and molasses manufacturer, 18l.

13 Tenements, 9l.

14 O'Brien, Chr. contractor, military and mercantile stores, 24l.

15 O'Hare, Matthew, hide and rag merchant, 18l.

16 Yates, William, brassfounder, 15l.

17 Flannery, Jas. jaunting car fact. 12l.

18 Tenements, 5l.

19 O'Brien, Patrick, & Son, army contractors, 20l.

„ O'Brien, Ptk. & Son, army contractor, and Barberstown, co. Dublin

here Blackhall-st. & Oxmantown-l. intersect.

20 Tenements, 6l.

21 Powell, Rev. John Donor, Wesleyan minister, 9l.

22 Huggan, W. and T. engineers and millwrights

Wesleyan Methodist Chapel—Rev. John Donor Powell, minister

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