SourceThom's Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862

From Usher's-quay to Bridgefoot-street.

P. St. Audoen.—Usher's-quay W.—City.

1 Hird, Abraham, wool stores, and 101 Phibsborough, 9l.

2 Nolan & Sinnott, wool merchs. 26l.

„ Sinnott, Nicholas Joseph, mercht. 18 Leinster-square, Rathmines

3 Tenements, 7l.

4 Stores

5 to 9 Tenements, 4l. to 10l.

10 Dowley, Jno. smith & stamp cutter

here Connor's-court intersects

D'Arcy, John, and Son, brewers

Byrne, G. wine merchant & stores, and Talbot house, Merrion-avenue

Bruton, James, timber merchant, gig and car shaft maker

here Bridgefoot-street intersects

D'Arcy, John, and Son, Anchor brewery—Conolly, Edwin Burke, brewer, 435l.

11 and 12 M'Kiernan, M. cattle dealer, 10l. 12s., 12s.

13 Dawson & Son, railway carriage works and iron founders, 180l.

14 Mathews, James, cooperage, 13l.

15 to 17 Tenements, 10l., 6l., 19l.

18 Tighe, Mr. Hugh

19 Wooloughan, Js. barm brewery, 35l.

here Usher's-place intersects

20 Vacant, 8l.

21 Delerue, Theodore, wool mer. and wine importer—res. 58 Gardiner-street, lower, 21l.

22 Tenements, 5l.

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