SourceThom's Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862

From Hanover-street, East, to Sir John Rogerson's-quay.

P. St. Mark.—1 to 17 Trinity W. 18 to 20 Smith Dock W.—City.

1 Carter, Henry, hatter, 10l.

2 Roe, Michael, grocer, 12l.

3 Smyth, Edward, broker, 13l.

4 Tenements, 13l.

5 Underdown, B. ship broker, and 3 White's-lane, 13l.

6 Norman, Mr. Robert, 13l.

7 Jones, John, carpenter, 13l.

8 Williams, Mr. Thomas, 13l.

9 Berry, Mr. Jos. and 44 City-qy. 13l.

10 O'Farrell, Mrs. Catherine, 13l.

11 Parsons, Edward, carpenter, 14l.

12 M'Cartan, Danl. mercan. clerk, 14l.

13 Johnston, J. carpenter, 14l.

14 Goring, Wm. Hen. bookkeeper, 14l.

15 O'Hara, Capt. Wm. ship owner, 14l.

16 Connery, Richd. timber mer. 14l.

17 Good, Matthew, ship builder and shipwright, surveyor to the Board of Trade, and Graving Docks, Ringsend—office, 49 and 50 City-quay, 13l.

„ Good, John, timber merchant

here City-quay & Windmill-lane intersect.

Donfield, Denis, iron works, and boiler maker, & 27 Windmill-lane

18 and 19 Tenements, 13l., 18l.

20 Casey, J. E. corn factor, 76l.

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