SourceThom's Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862

From Winetavem-street to Essex-quay.

P. St. John.—Wood-quay W.—City.

1 & 2 Gaynor, Patrick, wine & spirit dealer, tobacconist, and importer of fancy snuffs, tobacco, & pipes, 1 valued at 25 Winetavern-st. 14l.

3 Vacant, 18l.

4 Bourke, Lawrence, bootmaker, 18l.

5 Harford, Maria, shoe manufac. 24l.

6 & 7 Eggleston, Thomas, wholesale and retail boot & shoe wareh. 35l.

8 M'Donnell, Ml. boot & shoe mk. 24l.

9 Hynes, Arthur, boot maker, 24l.

10 Lewis, Saml. boot and shoe mak. 20l.

11 Dowling, John, boot & shoe mak.18l.

12 Bentley, W. W. & J. auctioneers, and 161 Capel-street, 48l.

13 Meledy, John, coachmaker, and Cabra, co. Dublin, 38l.

here Redmond's-alley intersects

14 Maguire, Pk. boot & shoe mak. 24l.

15 Hill, Mrs. Maria, beer dealer, 16l.

16 Perdisatt, Patk. old bookseller, 18l.

here Marshall-alley intersects

17 Lewis, Samuel, boot and shoe maker, 15l.

„ Franklin, James, painter

18 Reilly, Patk. Bakers' Society, 20l.

19 Duggan, Catherine, shoemaker, 15l.

20 Gorman, William, cabinetmkr. 15l.

21 Butler, Robert, spurmaker, 16l.

22 Richardson, Edward, trunk manufacturer

here Clarke's-court and Exchange-street, Lower, intersect.

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