SourceThom's Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862

From Christchurch-place to Bride-street.

P. St. Werburgh.—Wood-quay W.—City.

1 Neade, John Hugh, vintner, 55l.

2 Kilcullen, John, hairdresser, 18l.

3 Fitzgerald, Christopher, last and boot tree maker, 15l.

[4 to 7—15l. to 26l.]

4 Tenements,

5 Downey Patk. hairdresser

6 Rothery, Richard, billiard table manufacturer,

7 Harding, N. printer,

8 Denny, Terence, tobacconist, 25l.

9 to 11 Tenements, 18l., 18l., 21l.

12 Coolahan, Hugh, vintner, 30l.

13 Segrave, Michael, clockmaker, 16l.

here Derby-square intersects

14 O'Brien, Walter, anatomical last and boot tree maker, 17l.

15 Tenements, 20l.

here Bride-street intersects

16 Lord, Mr. William, 22l.

17 Tenements, 18l.

18 O'Brien, James, grocer, and 33 Lr. Bridge-street, 25l.

here Hoey's-court intersects

19 Hand, Henry, painter, 8l.

20 Reilly, Catherine, dairy, 14l.

21 M'Clean, W. pocket book mkr. 10l.

22 & 23 St. Werburgh's Parochial School

St. Werburgh's Church—Rev. C. Wolseley, a.m. rector

24 Muldoon, John, corn chandler, 17l.

25 Byrne, Charles, tobacconist, 17l.

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