SourceThom's Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862

From Francis-street to Engine-alley.

P. St. Nicholas Without.—1 to 6 Merchants'-quay W. 7 to 15 Wood-quay W.—City.

1 Thornton, James, nailer, 2l.

2 Monks, Patrick, carpenter, 21l.

3 Keogh, P. carpenter, 4l.

4 Tenements, 10l.

5 Monks, Charles, carpenter, and 125 Francis-street, 10l.

Swift's-alley Free Church: chaplain, Rev. H. V. White, and 9 Wesley-place, Clanbrassil-st. up.

Swift's-alley crane and commission stores, Austin Kenny, proprietor

6 Kenny, Austin, corn factor, proprietor of the crane and commission stores, 32l.

here Engine-alley intersects

7 and 8 Sharkey, Thomas, timber yard, 20l.

9 Lewis, Thomas, carpenter, 16l.

10 Monks, Gerald, carpenter, & building materials' yard, 11l.

11 Magee, Wm. carpenter, and building materials' yard, 11l.

12 Keogh, Patrick, carpenter, 2l.

13, 14, and 15 Store yards, 9l.

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