SourceThom's Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862

From Bride-street to Whitefriar-street.

P. St. Bride.—Wood-quay W.—City.

1 and 2 M'Keever, Denis, marine stores, 2l. 10s., 5l.

3 Murphy, P. marine stores, 9l.

4 Gately, John, carpenter, 5l.

5 to 8 Tenements, each 8l.

9 Yard, 1l.

10 Hamell, John, boot and shoe maker, 6l. 10s.

11 and 12 Tenements, 6l. 10s., 5l.

13 Sweeny, James, coal factor, 8l.

14 Tenements, 8l.

15 Grady, Morgan, boot & shoe mak. 8l.

16 Tenements, 8l.

17 Ruins

here Whitefriar-street intersects

18 M'Intyre, Mrs. Eliza, 7l.

19 Walsh, John, slater, 7l.

20 Etchingham, John, bookbinder, 7l.

21 Tenements, 13l.

22 Richardson, Edwd. trunk manuf. 6l.

23 M'Donagh, Wm. coal factor, 15l.

here Oliver's-alley intersects

24 Lynch, Catherine, marine stores, 5l.

25 Lawler, J. cooperage, 8l.

here Maiden-lane intersects

26 to 30 Tenements, 3l. to 8l.

31 Hughes, Mary, marine stores

32 Tenements

33 Darby, Ellen, marine stores

34 M'Keever, J. housesmith

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