Merrion-street, Lower

SourceThom's Almanac and Official Directory for the Year 1862

From Clare-street to Lincoln-place.

P. St. Anne, 1 to 6. P. St. Peter, 7 to 10. Trinity W.—City.

1 Finucane, B. court hair dresser and perfumer, 36l.

2 D'Arcy, Jeremiah, law stationer and scrivener, 35l.

„ Barry, John, solr. and Clogheen

3 Alley, Japhet, clerk of the crown for the city and county of Dublin, 45l.

„ Alley, George, solr. deputy clerk of the crown, co. and city of Dublin, and Ballybrack, Killiney

„ Read, Mrs. dressmaker

4 Bernard, Lieut.-Col. Thomas, 40l.

„ O'Leary, Mrs. millinery and embroidery warehouse

4½ Nichols, James, undertaker & job carriage proprietor, and 10 Harcourt-place, and Lincoln-place

5 Sangiovanni, Gennaro, Italian confectioner to Her Majesty and the Lord Lieutenant, 60l.

6 Samways, Peter, toy, brush, and fancy repository, 56l.

here Lincoln-pl. & Harcourt-pl. intersect

7 Nichols, James, undertaker and job carriage proprietor, 73l.

8 Cavanagh, Miss Teresa, 30l.

9 & 10 Percival, Mr. Alex. 36l., 40l.

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