SourceThom's Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862

From Grafton-street to Dawson-street.

P. St. Anne.—Royal Exchange W.—City.

1 Frederick, Jno. and Jas. Protestant servants' registry office, 25l.

„ Samuelson, Henschel, watchmaker and jeweller

„ Smith, C. W. & Co., electro platers, gilders, jewellers, and goldsmiths

2 and 3 Bailey, Nicholas, the Bailey tavern, 24l., 30l.

4 Byrne, Thomas, prov. dealer, 25l.

5 Bolger, Rhd. wine & spirit mer. 38l.

6 Brown, Thomas, & Co., and 15, 16, and 17 Grafton-street, 34l.

7 Power, William, grocer, tea, wine, and spirit merchant, 36l.

here Duke-lane, Lower, intersects

8 Kavanagh, Wm. bootmaker, 16l.

9 Holland, James, vintner, 20l.

10 Ryan, Wm. boot & shoemaker, 17l.

„ Shefe, Clement, military tailor and draper

11 Corly, Jas. boot & shoe maker, 23l.

„ Corley, R. bootmaker

12 Molloy, John, dairy, 24l.

here Dawson-street intersects

13 Spillane, Jeremiah, bootmaker, 23l.

14 Corbett, T. bootmaker, 20l.

15 Dawson, Wm. boot & shoe mk. 25l.

16 Curzon, Richard Henry, military tailor and habit maker, 26l.

17 and 18 O'Brien, John, Red Bank & Burren oyster tavern, 32l. 34l.

19 Tyndall, Thomas, saddler, 22l.

„ Waters, Mary, dairy

here Duke-lane, Upper, intersects

20 Peyton, Joseph C. chiropodist to the Lord Lieut. and bootmaker, 26l.

21 Bolger, Richard, wine and spirit merchant, 30l.

22 Cotton, John, brazier and ironmonger, 28l.

23 & 24 Colclough J. coach builder, 30l.

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