SourceThom's Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862

From College-green to Andrew-street.

P. St. Andrew.—South City W.—City.

1 Fishbourne, Joseph, rail. agt. 30l.

2 Carroll, Jer. boot and shoe rak. 38l.

3 Beatty, Owen, merchant tailor, 25l.

4 Ward, Mich. tailor and draper, 25l.

5 Kavanagh, James, clothier, 34l.

„ Dillon, Luke, coal merchant, and 90 Upper Dorset-street

6 M'Intire, Mary, oilcloth, oilsilk and umbrella manufacturer, 30l.

7 Byrne, Edward, tailor, 25l.

8 & 9 Moore, Patk. boot & shoe maker, and umbrella manufactr. each 32l.

„ Prendergast, John, vintner

9½ Buett, Madame, shoe wareho. 40l.

here St. Andrew's-street intersects

10 Purdue, Wm. engraver, seal cutter, and copperplate printer, and 11 Lower Mountpleasant-avenue, 15l.

11 Vacant, 24l.

12 Kelly, Richard, boot and shoe warehouse, 26l.

13 M'Dowell, William, boot and shoe importer, and leather merchant—res. Greenville house, South Circular-road, 95l.

Dublin Association for the Protection of Trade, and Offices of the Irish Mercantile Record—B. J. Lynch, manager—res. 3 Seafield, Sandymount

here Andrew's-lane intersects

14 Mackey, Patrick, vintner

15 Moira hotel & tavern—J. A. Crosbie, proprietor, and 4 Shrewsbury-ter. Rathgar, 62l.

16 Coolahan, Hugh, London & Dublin gin and whisky palace, and 12 Werburgh-street, 44l.

here Dame-lane intersects

17 French and Hogan, stockbrokers, agents to the Eagle and Palladium Insurance Cos. 36l.

„ French, Charles, stockbroker

„ Hogan, John Fredk. stockbroker

„ Landey, J. T. engraving and lithographic printing office

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