SourceThom's Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862

From Mountjoy-square, West, to Temple-street, Lower.

P. St. George.—1 to 17 Rotunda W. 18 to 31 Mountjoy W.—City.

1 Chambers, Mrs. E. 27l.

2 Hamilton, Miss Harriet J. 26l.

3 Nixon, Mrs. Emma, 30l.

4 M'Donnell, James, esq. 30l.

5 Horgan, Thomas F. merchant and manufacturing agent, 30l.

6 Hughes, Mrs. Sarah, 30l.

7 Duggan, Mr. Thomas, 30l.

here Grenville-lane intersects

8 Armstrong, John C. barrister, 36l.

9 Blackburne, Edward A. C. wine merchant, 48l.

10 Byrne, George P. esq. 33l.

11 Convent of the Sisters of Good Help, 40l.

12 St. George, Archibald, barrister, 36l.

„ St. George, Archibald, jr.

13 Ellard, Wm, corn and flour factor, and delivery and forwarding agent of heavy goods, & 3 Burgh-qy. 38l.

14 M'Entagart, Mrs. Rebecca, 26l.

15 Goodwillie, Mrs. M. 28l.

„ Goodwillie, Thomas, esq.

16 Vacant, 24l.

17 Tenements, 20l.

here Temple-street, Lower, intersects

18 O'Connor, John, house smith, 15l.

19 Mulleda, Mrs. R. 15l.

20, 21, 22, and 23 Douglas, James, timber yard, and builder, 7l.

24 Byrne, John, solicitor, 28l.

25 Bergin, Mrs. 28l.

„ Bergin, Michael, agent

„ Law, Thomas Pakenham, barrister

26 D'Arcy, Lewis J. esq. 28l.

27 Bond, J. H. esq. 28l.

28 Clarke, Mr. J. 26l.

here Grenville-place intersects

29 Gibson, Joseph, builder, 20l.

30 Hanrick, William, esq. 30l.

31 Leech, G. W. barrister, 32l.

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