SourceThom's Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862

From Parliament-street to Castle-street.

P. St. Werburgh.—1 to 6 South City W. 7 to 15 Wood-quay W.—City.

City Hall—Alexander Farquhar, town clerk, 500l.

1 Office of Daily Express, and 28 Parliament-st.—John Robinson, esq. proprietor 50l.

2 Licensed Grocers' and Vintners' Trade Protection and Benevolent Society and Loan Fund Offices—Bernard Brady, secretary, 46l.

3 O'Brien, Michael, board & lodging house, 35l.

4 Judge, Thomas, vintner, 40l.

5 Sutton, Laurence, trim. shop, 13l.

6 Tenements, 15l.

here Exchange-st. & Copper-al. intersect.

7 M'Mullen, James, grocer and spirit dealer, 23l.

8 Kernan, Joseph, stores

9 Leonard, Fras. shoemaker, 18l.

10 Kernan, Joseph, & Co. spirit mercht. and mineral water manufac. 33l.

11 & 12 Sibthorpe, H. & Son, painters, decorators, importers of window and plate glass, agents to the Union Plate Glass Co., Maw and Co.'s encaustic tiles, and Pooley and Son's weighing machines, and at 18 Castle-street, 35l., 38l.

13 Kernan and Tracy, solicitors, 35l.

„ Kernan, Charles, solicitor

„ Cullen, Arthur, sol. & Enniscorthy

„ Tracy, Daniel, solicitor

„ Loughrey, Ml. sol. and Londonderry

14 and 15 Hibernian Bank

Principal entrance to the Castle and Upper Castle yard

Main Guard House

here Castle-street intersects

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