SourceThom's Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862

From Golden-lane to Peter-street.

P. St. Bride, and Wood-quay W. 1 to 14½. P. St. Peter, and Royal Exchange W. 15 to 26.—City.

1 to 3 Fortune, Thomas H. rectifier, 9l., 11l., 12l.

4 Anderson, William, glass works, 15l.

4A Tinkler, W. smith, & bellhanger, 8l.

5 Kinsley, Thomas, shoemaker, 12l.

6 Moravian Widows' House

here Whitefriar-court intersects

7 Alford, Mrs. 16l.

8 Tenements, 18l.

9 Cummins, James, dairy, 9l.

10 O'Neill, John, hatter, 9l.

here Wood-street intersects

11 Madden, P. builder, 22l.

12 Power, Catherine, dressmaker, 17l.

„ Power, John, boot & shoe wareho.

13 Kelly, Anne, bookseller, 12l.

14 St. Peter's National School

15 Byrne, Matthew, tobacconist

16 Keane, Margaret, bookseller, 12l.

here Peter-street and York-row intersect.

Convent and Chapel of the Calced Carmelites, see Aungier-street

17 Tenements, 10l.

here Whitefriar-lane intersects

18 White, Thomas, tailor, 16l.

19 and 20 Tenements, 17l., 16l.

21 Barber, Miss, 18l.

22 Tenements, 16l.

23 Murphy, E. straw bonnet mkr. 14l.

24 Scott, Mrs. Ellen, 17l.

25 Crozier, Robert, locksmith, 8l.

„ M'Mahon, Mary, bonnet maker

26 Burke, Bridget, toy dealer, 10l.

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