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R I S H I A NAC

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY

-

OF THE

) KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.

FOR THE YEAR

1872.

COMPRISING

ITISH, FOREIGN, AND COLONIAL DIRECTORIES.

PARLIAMENTARY DIRECTORY.

•RAGE, BARONETAGE, AND KNIGHTAGE DIRECTORY.

NAVAL AND MILITARY DIRECTORY.

STATISTICS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.

GOVERNMENT OFFICES' DIRECTORY.

DIVERSITY, SCIENTIFIC, AND MEDICAL DIRECTORY.

LAW DIRECTORY.

ECCLESIASTICAL DIRECTORY.

BANKING DIRECTORY. POSTAL DIRECTORY.

COUNTY AND BOROUGH DIRECTORY.

LIEUTENANCY AND MAGISTRACY OF IRELAND.

IST OFFICE DUBLIN COUNTY AND CITY DIRECTORY,

WITH A NEW MAP OF DUBLIN AND ITS ENVIRONS.

%tocniiHuntl gmural filiation.

DUBLIN:

XANDER THOM, PRINTER AND PUBLISHER.

(

LOffGMANS & CO., AND SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, & CO., LONDON.

ADAM AND CHARLES BLACK, EDINBURGH.

Price Twenty Sellings.


1606 COUNTY DUBLIN DiRKC'TOKY.

Coolemine.

Kirkpatrick, Alex. esq. J.P. Coolemine

house

Smith, Mr. Thomas

Smith, Mrs. Woodville

Knockmaroon.

See CJuxpelizod.

AXulhuddart.

Bishop, Mr. J. Dainestown

Carr, Mr. George, Macetown

Carr, Mr. John, Parsleekstown

Carr, Mr. Michael, Hartstown

Donnelly, Miss, post office

Hartford, Mr. Richd. Buzzardstown

Hoey, Mr. Patrick, Buzzardstown

Hoey, Mrs. Mary, Buzzardstown

CHAPELIZOD.

: Lacy, Thomas, smith and farrier

iLeckin, Mr. John, Whitestown

Ledvvidge, Mrs. B.

MacFarlane, II. J. esq. J.P. Hunstown

house

Maher, Patrick, esq. Tyrrellstown

POST OFFICE—Miss Donnelly

Scriven, J. E. esq. Powerstown house

i Wilkinson, John, esq. Powerstown

CHAPELIZOD, a village partly in Palmerstown parish, Uppercross barony, but chiefly in the parish of the same

name, Castleknock barony, Dublin county, three miles W. from the General Post Office, Dublin, comprising an

area of 63 acres. Population, 1,958, inhabiting 255 houses. It is partly situate on the river Liffey, on the high

road to Gal way, and near to the Great Southern and Western line of Railway. It is said to derive its name from

La belle Izod, daughter of Kino Aengus. King William III. spent several days in it; and prior to the erection

of the Viceregal lodge, it was the country residence of the Viceroy. Its buildings are, a Church, with an ivied

tower, a Roman Catholic Church, a Dispensary, a National School, and Metropolitan Police Station. Omnibuses

run between College-green, Golden-bridge, and Inchicore every half hour, from 9, A.M., to 10, P.M.

NOKTH SIDE.

Brady, Mr. James, Parkview

Broadbent, R. hotel keeper

Burke, William, postmaster

Caffrey, Eliza, tavern, Park lane

Callaghan, P. J. esq. Sunnybank

CHAPELIZOD CHTJBCH — Rev. Albert

Irwin Macdonagh, incumbent;

Rev. E. Hallam, curate

Chapelizod Mills —J. H. Hoey, and Co.

flax spinners and linen and thread

manufacturers

CHAPELIZOD R.C. CHAPEL—Rev. Canon

Lynch,P.P. ; Rev. L. Carthy,curate

Corlett, Henry Lee, esq. Inchicore

Drummond Institute for Orphan Daughters

of Soldiers, Mulberry hill

Fitzpatrick, Joseph, shopkeeper

Healy, Mrs. laundress, Liffey vale

Hoey, J. H. esq. Chapelizod house

Hughes, Rev. W. curate of Castleknock,

Ashview

Macdonagh, Rev. Albert Irwin, incumbent

of Chapelizod church

M'Ginness, Andrew, grocer

Malone, Richard, engraver

Mulreany, Charles, scrapping and

plating works—New Holland iron

mills

Neill, Robert, woollen manufacturer,

Red mills

Palmerstown house—vacant

Peat, Benjamin, & Co. woollen manuf.

POST OFFICE—Wm. Burke,postmaster

Spring, Henry Richard, esq. Johnstown

house

Swallow, James, builder, Liffey vale

WaBier, John, grocer and baker,


CLONDALKIX—CLONSKEAGH. 1601

Caldbeck, William, esq. J.P. Movie Durie, Mrs. Neilstown

Park

Fagan, John, paper mills, Sallypark

CLONDALKIN CHURCH—Rev. David Farran, Joseph, farmer, Robin Hood

John Reade, rector, Glebe-house Finlay, Rev. John W. j.p. Corkagh

CLONDALEIN ROMANCATHOLIC CHAPEL Fishbourne, Jos. esq. Cheeverstown I

—Rev.John Moore, P.P.; Rev. Fitzglbbon, Gerald, esq. Master in

P. Warren, c.c.

Clondalkin ifmiastery—Rer. A. Colgan,

chaplain; Thos. B. Fahy, superior

Clondalkin T>ispensarr/—Henry Fitzgibbon,

M.D. medical officer

Convent Presentation — Superioress,

Mrs. Mule ah y

Cummins, Mrs. Newlands

Donnelly, Richard, tavern keeper, 9th

lock, Grand Canal

Bowling, Bridget, farmer

Doyle, Denis, esq. Miltown

Duffel], John, esq.

Dunn, William, esq. Collinstown ho. |

1

Martin, J. esq. Nangor

Mullins, J. W. esq. Newlands

M'Intire, Robert, esq. Cloverhill

Nolan, Edward, esq. Killeen

Nolan, Messrs. paper mills, Killeen

Pierce, Mr. W. Redcow

Chancery, Larkfield

Poe, Captain, Orchard house

Fitzgibbon, Henry, M.D.

POST OFFICE—Mrs. Eliza Hegarty,

Flannagan, Miss, Red Cow

postmistress

Flood, Messrs. brick & lime manufac­ Powell, Captain, Floraville

turers & farmers, Fox & Geese RAILWAY STATION —- James Doyle,

Fowler, Peter, esq, Raheen house stationmaster

Gerraghty, Mrs. Rockfield

Reade, Mrs. St. Ronan's

Grierson, Philip, esq. Kilcarbery Roper, Thomas, esq. Moyle park

Hughes, Mrs. Jane, farmer, Danesrath Rorke, Laurence B. esq. Knockmitten

Keating, J. esq. Clonburris house Smith, Philip, Bettyfort

Kennedy. Dr. Evory, j.p. Belgard, Staunton, Charles, esq. Cappagh

3G4L 10s. West, Miss, Gallinstown

Long, Thomas, esq. Wheatfield Whitton, W. esq. Cappaghmore

Mac Donald, E. esq. St. Mark's Wise, S, esq. Drimna lodge

CLONSKEAGH.

CLONSKEAGH, a village in the parish of St. Mary's, Donnybrook, barony and county of Dublin, three miles 8. from

the General Post Office, Dublin, comprising an area of 68 acres. There is a male and female National school.

Population 310 inhabiting 54 houses. It is situated on the river Dodder, and on the road to Enniskerry.

It contains two hammer-smith iron works. The neighbourhood is studded with gentlemen's seats and neat

villas Vergemount is a pretty range of houses close to the village. Roebuck, a district half a mile further on,

is covered with elegant mansions and demesnes, the principal of which is the castle of that name, the seat of

E P Westby, esq. Milltown is less than half a mile to the right of Clonskeagh, in the parish of Milltown,

Uppercross barony, and comprises an area of 185 acres. Population 863, inhabiting 132 houses. The

Church of St Philip, which has recentlv been erected, is situate at Teraple-road, Rathmmes, adjoining the

Milltown railway station. There is a small Roman Catholic Church. The Parish Church is situate at St.

Mary's Simmonscourt, Donnybrook, Three omnibuses ply to Clonskeagh from Dublin several times a day.

Ashton, William, blacksmith WCilltown. jLuscombe, Tooke C. esq. Milltown

Byrne, John, vintner p. 3mtown.—Uppercross B. L Cas ^ e » 43J -

Henshaw, Thos.


LUCAN—LUSK-MALAtllDE.

LUCAN.

LUCAN, an inland town and parish in Newcastle barony, Dublin county, seven miles W. from Dublin,comprising

an area of 1,1:26 acres. Population of parish, 1,000. It is partly the property of the Colthurst Yesey family,

and partly the property of the representatives of the late J. Gandon, esq. The town is prettily situated in a

fertile vale, on the south bank of the River Liffey, which is here crossed by a stone bridge of one arch, and

consists of one wide angular street of small but neat houses and cottages, most of which are let in summer to

visitors and invalids. Its public buildings are, the Parish Church, a neat structure with a tower and spire, a large

new Roman Catholic Church, a Sisters of Mercy Convent, and a Wesieyan Methodist Church. It has a Dispensary

and a Loan Fund; a Lending Library, Church, and National Schools/ It is a Chief Constabulary Police Station,

and Petty Sessions are held every alternate Tuesday. In the grounds of Weston Park is the well-known and

much-frequented waterfall, called the Salmon Leap ; which consists of a succession of rocky ledges on the Liffey,

over which the fish dart at one bound. It forms a beautiful cascade, the picturesque effect of which is greatly

increased by the rich and lofty wooded banks of the river, and the adjoining tastefully embellished demesne of

Leixlip Castle.

MAGISTRATES ATTENDING PETTY SESSIONS, every alternate Tuesday—Charles Colthurst Yesey, esq.; II. F. Colley,

esq. ; Hon. Colonel Luke White; John P. Willis, esq. ; John Godley, esq.; Captain G-. Iluband, and William

Moran, esq. Clerk—Mr. James Gibson.

Annaly, Lord, Woodlands, Clonsilla

baker, Miss, The Mall

Parr, Mr. Andrew, Ahaderrigg

Barr, W. esq. Fins town

Becker, Mr. Michael, Twelfth lock

Bellaney, David, esq. Esker house

Bennett, John, Ballyowen castle

Bourke, Patrick, Colthurst Anns hotel

Brennan, J. esq. Alleuswood

Brophy, Augustus, esq. inspector of

fisheries

Buckley, Geo. farmer, Tulfber cottage

Buckley, Washington, auctioneer,

grocer, &c.

Caldwell, Mr. teacher, paroch. school

Casey, Mr. Peter, Esker

Casey, Mrs. Mary, Esker

Clarke, Wm. F. esq. C.E. Esker house

Colelough, Thos. esq. Pius town house

Coley, Joseph, victualler

Coley, Miss

Colley, Henry F. esq. j.p. Luean lodge

Collins, Miss C. Crescent

Cromer, J. painter

Cross, James, grocer and miller

Cunningham, Mr. Ballyowen

Dispensary—Alhert E. Watson, medical

officer

Edmundson, Mrs. St. Gatherine 1 spark

Egan, Nicholas, esq. St. Helen's

Ellis, John, architect

Eskerlodge—vacant

Faint, Charles, vintner

Parrelly, Thomas James, esq. Westpanstowu

house

Farrell, Mrs. Primrose hill

Ferguson, Mrs. The Mall

Pitzhcnry, Mr. S. II. The Mall

Geoghegan, Mrs. Crescent

GibsoUj James, postmaster, and clerk

of petty sessions

Gibson, Mr. Robert, Allenswood

Graham, Mrs. Hillsborough

Green, Mrs. Grange

Gresham, W. esq. Glenwood

Hall, Mrs. The Mall

Hall, Thomas, Finstown

Hay den, Mr. G. Laurel lodge

Ileatly, Mr. R. Lucan house

j Hill, James, worsted factory

nuband, G. esq. Cannonbrook

Hunt, Rev. J. c.c.

Jack, Henry, agricul. mechanist

Recife, Mr. Hugh

Keogh, Somerton, undertaker

Kingsmill, Nugent, esq. Hermitage

park, and Carendoo, Athenry, co.

Galwuy

Leonard, Mr. Patrick

LUCAN CHUECH

LUCAN R. CATHOLIC CHURCH—Rev.

J. Hunt

Lumsden, Mrs. The Mall

Lunatic Asylum—Dr. Pim, M.D. governor

Lynch, Edward, esq. Springfield

M'Evoy, Bryan, vintner

Magee, Patrick, vintner

Manning, Mr. Samuel, Springfield

Mansfield, Mrs. The Mall

Master-son, Thomas, esq. Ballyowen

Moore, Campbell, esq. Ballyowen cottage

Moore, Mr. George, Ballydowd

Moran, W. esq, St. Edmondshury

Murray, Michael, esq. Balgaddy

Xeedham, Thomas R. esq. Griffin

lodge

0"Toole, Mr. James,Yiewmount

Palmer, W. esq.

Parochial School—Mr.Caldwell,master

Phillips, Mr. James, Finstown cot.

LUSK—See RCSH.

MALAHIDE.

IC41

Phillips, Mr. Joseph

POST OFFICE—Mr. James Gibson

Proctor, Mr. S.

Quigley, James, esq. Lucau hill

Railway Station, M. G. W. R.—John

Keogh, agent

Railway Station, G.S.W.R.—Mr.

Brennan,agent

Roblastre, Miss, Lucan

Rooney, Mr. Richard, Grange"

Rourke, Edward, farmer

) Royal Irish Constabulai-y Station —

G.J. Talbot, esq. sub-inspector

Scott, Lieut.-Colonel H. B. Woodville

Shackleton, George & Sons, Anna

Liffey and Grange mills

I Smith, Mr. W. Dodshorough

j Spa hotel, Cooldrina—P. Burke, pro­

prietor

j Stanford, J. W. C.E. Ounavarra

' Stewart, Rev. Henry, Rectory, Esker

Tandy, Mr. Michael

Tandy, Mrs. Annadale

• Teeling, Mrs. grocer

Thornhury, William, builder

I Tindall, The Misses, grocers

Vesey Arms inn — Mr. Tracey, propi

ietor

Yesey, Charles Colthurst, esq. j.p.

D.L. Lieut.-Colonel County Dublin

Militia, Lucan house

! Wallace. Mr. Richard, Esker

Wallace, J. head-constable, R.I.C.

] WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH—Rev.

G. Patterson

! White, Dr. The Mall

White, Hon. Colonel, Woodlands

\ Williamson, The Misses, dressmakers,

The Mall

Wills, John, esq. J.P. Willsbrook

Young, John, land surveyor

MALAIUDE, a maritime town and parish in Coolock baronv, Dublin county, nine miles N. from Dublin, comprising

an area of 1,126 acres. Population, 1,341. The town is situated on a narrow inlet of the sea, and on

the Drogheda railway, of which it forms the fourth station from Dublin. The Castle is a large square buildjngj

hanked by lofty circular towers, and stands on a high limestone rock, commanding a fine view ot the

town and bay. Of the original Castle little remains but the site, and that has been greatly enlarged and

improved by the present Lord Talbot de Malahide; the principal front is embattled, and the main entrance,

Which is under a splendid Gothic porch, is defended by two circular towers. The grand hall is roofed with

rich! •ichly-carved ancient hi Ax oak, lighted by three large windows, with a gallery at the end. Among the

.plendid apartments the Castle contains, the most curious is that called the " oak chamber," ceiled and wainsi many

cotted

I04.


MONKSTOWN—^IULHUDDART—PALM^USTOV/N—PHIBSBOROUUII. 1647

4 Ross, John, esq.

5 Dwyer, The Misses,

6 Anderson, Miss,

7 Manning, Gltas. John, esq.

3 Kincaid, J. Stewart, esq.

9 Barton, II. M. esq.

10 Blood, J. L. esq.

11 Call well, Mrs. Henry,

12 Vernon, Mrs,

Wl.

42/.

4-.V

42?.

44/

42/.

451

55/.

55?.

55?.

13 Vacant.

14 Allen, Charles, esq.

15 Armstrong, Miss,

16 Curwen. Miss,

17 Uniacke, Miss,

IS Mayne, Mrs. Dawson,

19 Busby, Mrs.

20 Style, Mrs.

21 Westby, Rev. Henry II. J.

22 Caulfeild,Cpt.Montgomerie, J.P

5-1/.

45:.

45/.

45/.

45?,

4 51.

4.V

45?

70/.

7UJ.

MULHUDDART—See CASTLEKNOCK.

PALMERSTOWN.

Uplands.

THE RILL.

1 Connolly, Mrs.

4 3?

2 W oodloek, Thomas, esq. 43?.

Tudor ball—Moore, The Misses, 114/

Vesey-place.

(See Kingstown.)

ALMERSTOWX, or PALMERSTON, a parish and village in Uppercross barony, Dublin county, five miles west from

the General Post Office, Dublin, comprising an area of 1,518 acres. Population of the parish, 1,611. It is

situated on the river Liffey and road to Lucan, and contains large cotton mills, iron and lead works, and oil and

•stuff mills. The village consists of small humble dwellings, irregularly built, a Roman Catholic chapel, and

Constabulary Police station. The Great Southern and Western line of railway passes through the parish.

In the vicinity there are several handsome seats and villas, the principal of which is Palmerstown House, a

seat of the Earl of Donoughmore, erected by his ancestor, the Right Hon. T. H. Hutchinson, when Secretary

for Ireland. It is a spacious mansion in an elevated situation, commanding fine views. A fair for horses

and cattle, well frequented, takes place on 21st August.

Ainsley, Mr. Robert

Brabazon, Chas. F.esq. Xeilstowncot

Byrne, Edward, shopkeeper

Byrne, J. P. esq. Brooklawn

Connor, Maurice, relieving officer,

Lower Palmerstown

Costello, Mr. Michael, Quarry vale

Drury, Mrs. Neilstown house

Parrell, Thomas, farmer

Fitzgibbou, Gerald, Q.c. Larkfield

I'itzpitrick, Mr. Jag. Newtown Clark

l'itzpatrick, Miss E. farmer

Ford, Edward J. Ordnance survey

Godley, John, esq. J.P. Fonthill

Macken, James, Palmerstown flour

nulls

Maguire, James, M.D. dispensary

Malony, Michael, Ordnance Survey

M : Guiuness, Andrew, Kildare tavern

Moony, Michael, grocer

Moore, Rev. John, P.P.

Norman, Connolly, esq. Riversdale

Palmerston house—vacant

ROMAS CATHOLIC CHAPEL

PHIBSBOROUGH.

Royal Irish Constabulary Station—John

Murphy, constable in charge

Spoulding, Mr. George, 2 Sabine ter.

Sti achan, Mr. James

Tully, Patrick, vintner

Wilcocks, Captain John, St. Laurence

"Williams, John, Bridge tavern'

Clarkeville-terrace.

1 Cashel, Mrs. Ul.

2 Vacant, 11.

3 Duncan, Mr. John, II.

PIIIBSBOROUGH, an extensive suburb and district, partly in the parish of St. George, but chiefly in that of

Grrangegorman, Coolock barony, Dublin city and county, 14 miles N.W. from the General Post Office, Dublin.

It is situated partlv within, and partly without, the electoral boundary, on the road to Navan, along which it

extends, and on the Roval Canal and North Circular-road. "Within its limits is Grangegorman church ; also a

Roman Catholic church Belonging to the union of St. Paul : the Royal Military Infirmary, the Constabulary-

Police Barracks, and the Zoological Gardens, all three within the Phoenix Park; the Convent of St Man*,

Cabra, the Female Orphan house and Episcopal chapel, North Circular-road ; and there are National schools,

male and female.

Blackhorse-lane.

2\ r ear the Phoenix Park.

and Dumb

I Crolly, John W. land holder

Hums, Thomas, farmer, Elm grove Crolly, Patrick C. farmer and land

Foster, Mrs. H. J. Gardiner's S rove Catholic Female Institution for the Deaf St. Mary's Convent—Mrs. Maher,

prioress

Stephens, George Alexander, esq.

Belleville house, and! Blackball -

owner, Cabra lodge, 28/. 15s. place

Kennedy, Michl. Black Horse, vintner Donncll Mr. DaTid|

Cabra-lane.

Kennedy, Thos.land steward, Spring-' Donnelly, Joseph) esq. Everton Doyle, Mrs. Villa park

field cottage I Dovle. Mrs. land holder, Cabra lane Lynch, Bryan, esq.

King, Thos. gardener, Hampton lodge Parrellf TllomuSj commission agent,

Magee, Mr. James J. S. Anna villa

ttaughan, John, farmer and publican Fernmount

Reide, Frederick, market gardener

Pearson, Thos. esq. Springfield house IIann0I1( Patrick? vintner

V£uigley, George, gardener

eany, Peter, esq. Cabra house

Quigley, Patrick, gardener

Jury, William, esq. Tolka park

Cabra-parade.

Reed, Frederick, market gardener

Reegan, William

1 Dunlop, Rev. Adam, minister In­

Tuite, John, gardener. Primrose cot.

M'Master, Hodgson, and Co. oil merdependent Church, King's Innchants,

oil mills, Ashtown

street, 241. Yos.

Cabra.

Male Deaf and Dumb Institution, under 2 Gill, H. J. esq. A.B. T.C.D. 21/. 15s.

Reggs, Mr. Garrett, Quarry-lane

the care of the Christian Brothers. 3 O'Connoll, Mrs. 23/.

Berne, Michael, esq. Broomfield

St. Joseph's—Rev, Patrick P. 4 Everth, Mrs. Maria, T-M.

Brady, Mr. James

M'Dcmnell, director

5 Tyrrell, Walter, esq. 21/. 10s.

Brown, Mr. George, Cabra villa Penny, George, esq. Broombridge 6 Ilochford, J. consulting mechanical

burns, Mr. Thomas, Ehngrove house house


i0'54 COUNTY DUBLIN DIRECTORY.

Society of Jesus—Millto wn Park, Donnybrook,

Sandford— Very Rev.

Nicholas "Walsh, provincial; Rev.

Aloysius Stuzzo and Rev. S. J.

O'Callaghan, superiors; Rev.

Edmund O'Reilly, Rev. Eugene

Browne, Rev. Stephen Farrell, ;

Sandford-road.

P. St. Mary, Ponnybrook.

Pembroke Township.

2 Ferris, The Misses, 1GI.

4 Brereton, George S. esq. 1S£,

G Doyle, Rev. Patrick, c c. 181.

8 Vacant, 18-!.

112G Redmond, Denis, esq. Belmont

lodge, 321.

! 128 Lindsay, "William Miles, esq. 2h.

130 Atkinson, Richard W. surgeon,

Coldblow house

Sandford-terrace.

P. St. Peter.

Rev. William Ryan ; Rev. John 10 Eastwood, William Saml. esq. 221.

F. Greene, and Rev. Isaac Moore 12

esq. Wood-

Walsh, Rev. William Pakenham, A.M.

401.

chaplain of Sandford—res. The

251.

Cottage, Sandford

oOl.l

, esq. 221.

Sandford-a venue.

221.

Bushfield-avenv.e.

221.

1 Tucker, Edward J. H.esq. R.N.

221.

3 Hutchinson. Win. esq. m.

25/

5 Sidford, George A. esq. 131.

251.

7 Drurcm, Thomas, merchant, 13J.

2GI.

d Monahan, Michael, inspector m.

28/.

tropolitan Police,

Me-

11 Simcocks, Mr. Julian,

12/.

13 Downey, Mr. J. SI. Ul.

15 Coates * Mr. John If. 121. 10s.

17 Bishop, Mrs. 71. 10s.

19 Dixon, Mr. Baptist, 121. 10 s.

21 Morley, John, esq. 14^. 103.

23 Boardman, Mrs.

IBs.

2 and 4 Building ground 121

6 Whitty, Miss

8 Carmichael, James, Clerk of the

Crown for Tipperary, N. R.

!

Dombrain, James R

stock,

[ Queale, John William, esq. 4

14 Vacant,

! BickerstatT, Mrs. 3

16 Trafford, Mrs.

> Hogan, John, esq. *fc 4S York-stye

: 18 Barrington, Richard

, Hogan, Francis B. esq. T.C.D.

20 Allen, Richard, esq.

c Russell, Joshua Forbes, esq. 4

22 Johnston, Edward, esq.

i Cockburne, John Viridet, esq. 4

24 M'Xeale, Miss Maria Francis. ,, Cockburne, William, esq.

26 Martin, Mrs. Mary,

; Scott, William Edward, esq. Z

23 Vacant,

' Leeson, John, esq. 2

30 Aldridge, Mrs.

32 Banks, Mrs.

Temple-place.

34 Doyle, lfrs. Jane,

2SI.

Ranelagh-road.

3G Vacant,

281.

Three small houses in tenements

38 Atkinson, Benjamin, esq. 3S/.

40 Brownrigg, Mrs. 2SI. "Westmoreland-park.

,, Brownrigg, Henry Thomas, physi­ Bandog*,—P. St. Peter.

cian, surgeon, and apothecary 1 to 5 Tenements, 6t. to SI. V>.*

42 Smith, Thomas, esq. 25/. 6 Keegan, Mrs.Jas. pump-borer. 51.

,, Walker, George, esq.

7 to 11 Tenements, each Gl. 105.

.. . .here Bushfitld-avenue intersects. .. 12 Byrne, Mr. Denis, 9/.

44 to 52 Building ground

13 to 19 Tenements, 41. 10s. to CZ. 10*.

54 Gilbert, Mrs. 20/.

56 Pakenham, Miss Anne, 20/.

"Wo odville.

53 Wiber, F. L. esq. and Board of

Sandford.

Sandford-hill.

Works, 171. 10s. I Welsh, Mrs. Susan J. 151

Ranelagli-road.—P. St. Peter. 60 Atkins, Mrs. 17/. 10s. 1 Wooloughan, Richard, esq. 20/.

Bewley, Sam. esq. Sandford grove,100£. 62 Boardman, Mrs. 14/. 10s. 3 Kennedy, Mr. John, 3-11.

Bewley,SamI.jun. esq. Sandford hill, 64 M'Garigle, Edward, esq. 19/. ,4 Allen, Alexander, merchant, and

ion. 66 to 124 Building ground

Upper Bridge-street, '-Al.

EATHCOOLE AND SAGGARD.

RATHCOOLE, an inland town and parish in Newcastle barony. Dublin county, 10 miles S.W. from Dublin, comprising

an area of 4,705 acres. Population, 1,356. The town, which was anciently called Radcull, is situated

upon the road to Haas, and consists of one street, about a quarter of a mile in length, chiefly of small houses

and cabins, irregularly built. The only public building is the Parish Church, a neat plain edifice. It has a

Dispensary. It is the head station of the Constabulary force of the district of Uppercross. About two miles

and a half N.W. from Rathcoole is the parish and village of Newcastle, comprising an area of 4/2o3 acres.

Population, 1,108. It is situated on the Grand Canal. The village was formerly a borough, having a

portrieve and burgesses under charter of James 1., and prior to the Union, sent two members to the Irish

parliament. The Church is an ancient picturesque edifice, covered with ivy, having a fine eastern window.

The Roman Catholic Church is a neat building, with a belfry. There is a Dispensary and National Schools.

Petty Sessions are held every alternate Friday.

MAGISTRATES ATTENDING PETTY SESSIONS AT RATHCOOLE, every alternate Friday.—Charles Edward Kennedy, esq.:

J.T. Verschoyle, esq.

Byrne, Thomas, esq. Saggard

Carty, Mr. James

Connor, Patrick, farmer

Newcastle. jRiehey, Mr. John, Castlewaiden

I Andrews, Michael, esq. Colganstown R. C. CHURCH—Rev. Christr. Burke,

\ Black Churchlnn—Peter Vicars, prop.: P.P.

j Buckley, Washington, auctioneer, Russell, B. C. esq. Rhanisky, Baric-

Constabulary Police Lofton—Patrick

Luean hatch

Dorovin, constable in charge

j Byrne, Mr. John, Keating's park Shekleton, Joseph, Lyons mills

Cullen, Mr. Matthew

| Cloneurry, Lady, Lyons house, and Skei rett, Peter, esq. Athgoe park

Fyons, Mr. Thomas

Maretimo, Bl&ckrock

Thornhill, Rev. W. J. Glebe house

Gerty, Edward, esq. Ringwood, Ilazle-

Connolly, Owen, esq. Ba'iseott, Hazle­ Rathe o«.

hatehhatch

Kelly, Mr. It.

Goold, Miss Ellen, Loughtown, Ilazle-

Sagrg-ard.

Kilbee, Leonard, esq. Airfield

hatch

Bryan, William, esq. Brittas

M-Alister, Mr. W. Rathcoole

Grayuon, Alex. esq. Newcastle house Bowling, John, The Hotel, Brittas

M'Evoy, James, surgeon

Howe, John, esq. Wheatfield

M'Donnell, John «fc Thos. & Co.paper

POST OFFICE — Miss Sophia Senior,

Kelly, Patrick, esq. Newcastle

mills_0ffice, 8 Ormond-quay, lr.

postmistress

Kennedy, Sir Charles, bast. J.P. National School — Edmund Francis

RATHCOOLE CHURCH — Rev. W. J.

Lambert, James, J.P. Staccumnie, Murphy, master

Thornhill, incumbent, Glebe

Hazlehatch

POST OFFI'CE — Miss Mary Waters,

house

McDonald, Myles, esq. Paymount, postmistress

Rathcoole Pispcnsxry—Patrick Joseph

Hazlehatch

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH - - Be

M'Evoy, surg. medical attendant,

National School—Julia Reilly

Chris. Burke, p.p.

Rathcoole

NEWCASTLE CHUKCII—Rev. Eugene Verschoyle, John James, esq. f.*»

Senior, Mr. Charles

O'Meara, incumbent

Tapsaggard house

Sheal, James, esq. Rathcoole house

Rathcoole Parish School — Anne Carroll, Walsh, Richard, esq. Kingswood

Spear, Mr. Edward

mistress

Waters, W. coach prop. Cheeverstown


ftATHFARNHAJt. 1655

RATHFARNHAM.

RATUFARNHAM, a parish and village in Uppercross and Rathdown baronies. Dublin county, four miles south

from the General Post Office, Dublin, comprising an area of 2,581 acres. Population, 5,555. It is situated on the

road to Wliitechurch, and near where the Military-road commences that crosses the mountains into Wicklow

county. The village consists of one long irregular street: the Church on the right side, with a tower and spire.

The Roman Catholic Church is a large building. The Loretto Convent, in the vicinity is a modern brick building,

attached to which there is an elegant chapel, a female free school, also a ladies 1 boarding and day school. There is

also at Firhouse a Carmelite Convent, also a Dispensary, a Petty Sessions Court-house, and District Constabulary

Police Station. A fair is held on July 10. The bridge of Rathfarnham, over the river Dodder, is several hundred

yards from the village, the approach to which is rising ground, thickly shaded in summer by the trees of

the demesnes on each side. The neighbourhood abounds in pretty seats and villas, commanding rich views

of the Dublin mountains and bay. The castle of Rathfarnham was built by Archbishop Loftus in the reign of

Elizabeth. One of the entrances to the demesne, fronting the Dodder, is in the style of a Roman triumphal arch.

The entrance to the castle is by a portico of eight Doric columns that support a dome painted in fresco with the signs

of the zodiac. Balh/boden, a village in the parish of Wliitechurch, is about one and a quarter miles farther on,

and comprises an area of two acres. Population, 252.

MAGISTRATES ATTENDING PETTY SESSIONS, every second Tuesday—"Walter Lindesay, esq.; George Deane, esq. ;

Charles Granby Burke, esq.; Thomas Drury, esq. ; Robert Manders, esq.; James N. Davis, esq.; Thomas II.

Guinness, esq. ; John Hatchell, esq. Clerk—Richard Moiloy, Tallaght.

Arthur, John, shoemaker

Parkinson, Mr. Patrick, Anna ville

Ballyboden.

Bannan, Fatrick, contractor

Parkinson, Patk. esq. Anna ville cot.

P. of Rathfarnham.

!

Blackburne, Edward, Q.C. J.P. Rath­ Pentony, John, victualler

j Borrows, Henry F. esq. Ballyroan

farnham castle, and 31 Merrion- | Petty Sessions Court-house

square, south, 770Z. J POST OFFICE—Eugene Kirwan, sub-

Brown, William, paper manufacturer,

Broe, James, car owner

postmaster

Ballyboden paper nulls

Butler, William, farrier

RATHFARNHAM CHURCH—Rev. Laun- Connor, John, grocer

Byrne, Denis, tailor

celot Dowdall, A.M. rector; Rev.

j Drury, Wm. B. bar. Boden park, and

Byrne, Hugh, farmer, Whitehall

John Campbell, assistant curate 21 Harcourt-street 841. 55.

;

Byrne, Thomas, boot and shoe maker Rathfarnham Dispensary—Henry Croly, Jones, Philip, esq. Bolton hall

Cairnes, Henry Moore, esq. Millbrook jr.r>. F.R.C.S.I. medical officer •Linde, J. H. esq. Ballyroan cottage

cottage

Rock, Patrick, grocer

| M'Donough, Jno. & Sons, papermanu-

Campbell, George, esq. Hermitage ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH — Rev.

facturers, and 32 Garden-lane

Conroy, Patrick, esq. Chiiliam

Michael Joseph O'Connor, P.P.; Plunkett, Jas. esq. Prospect hill, 901.

Croly, Henry, M.D. F.R.C.S.I. phys. to Rev. Patrick Hanly, c.c. Russell, Wm. esq. J.P. Catherine'spark

Rathfarnham dispensary, Green­ Royal Irish Constabulary Station— A. Watson, Henry, esq. Ballyroan house,

field house

E. S. Heard, esq. sub-inspector

1HI. os.

Custis, Samuel, saddler and vintner Savage, William, esq. A. B. Wellington

Dooner, John, solicitor, Barton lodge, lodge, and Education office

731. Scott, Isabella, vintner

Butterfield-avenue.

Dowdall, Rev. Launcelot, A.M. rector \ Sheridan, Peter, bouse painter

P. of Rathfarnham.

of Rathfarnham church, 45L 10s. Spring, James, esq. Beaufort, 155?-. Grim wood, The Misses, Washington

Duggan, Mr. William, Castle view Tottenham, John, esq. Ashfield

lodge, 501.

Fleming, Mr. Anthony, Grove cottage Tottenham, Mrs. Ashfield, 113/. Lapham, Mr. Joseph

Fry, Thos. esq. J.P. Silver Acre, 1071. Travers, Peter, farmer and stone con­ Marlowe, Richard, esq. Butterneld

Gannon, Henry, paper hanger and tractor, Haroldsgrange

house,


« • • : : : ; •

- • ,

-.U i a>* I-— 3 M-' ;

Sebolarstown. i m, M.t-i ie*r, . -I Bi • De R

»,C ' m ' P. D; St Thomas's, IOGI. b

WUtedrarch.

, Kcongli, William, cattle

fan

;i, *g«

••-._--••, e*q.

Willbrook.

RATHGAH i"« UNSHIP i i R.ATHMINB8 LND RATHGAI

E.Uh„„r-roa.d.

Woodtown.

147

an* M. engineer, 63

-t.ttjid. §4i

muni*-

.1. 311.

3U.


!$7* COUNTY DUBLIN DIRIXTOUY.

SWORDS Cnracn

Stcords Disjw, ,

Jwor>l* Fr-- > • -JUcfad

an I Ma;-:.;::: - . •. Q J

Taylor, J. J. Sw *da

\

"'

• • • r, J »hn, bl icksmith

11. ••-

i ! c. John. bar:. -

... ..

I Dunne, Ibrl.'.-. ", I >k< r

Bann;-!. - . T F.

.

.

Peter,

Patri

b l

i r..

Baanisl r, J b

•r

Banwiwtrr, Wiiiia -r

.1 *

/•'; free inn—-Ed anrd Ph :.i

WIS

"

Bird, James

me*, Mary J a srr • • r

Bowden. William

K •••.-. L i

Bran as

• n Kiernan, Richard, >ai | * r

Law* it, lam - ..-- w t .i ton* r

Lawl », 3 hn, •: i ••

]••_-. J ox - •

Cann >n ••-. - Ki car maker ! J, Pa!nek. far-

Carey, Janeee, carpenter

hong, Thomas, f.ir;

TALLAGHT.

••':•: in . J. :

M 1 • •

Matruire. J-dsr

•/ Krt.

TALLAGRT,a » 0 Sti : | ^t" : -' : r I'' ; > : :''• — bar- :;v. I >,i!>; u

; an area of 21,868 acres. P ish, 4 ..'>_'

t • - ea&ed oa the road to Bl< id the panV.

to the

; - ;. -._; icettt views of I j I h |r aiid lie of Duhhn. Im : fe ' • I

I • St UMiwaWj M i m •, rn boil Ling in - e po nfed tf -. 4< I a - use tl i

I - M • A

> Iftary**, in both r>f which firee schools are held. In the to-..

and Parochial Schools. It i- a ( i I Petty $eas

3Ionday. There are several paper and flour mil . as also a woollen mil 1.

Mi'^mAH* ATrrNr.Tv; Prrrr ^- ^;-.N^. - .-H, .•''. : . ',- './ / ry—J : -; ! -•; — '.-—:_: -.

. J h- Ro) tnsott, M :., WHB an G J QM tk, esq.; 1 ' I ataj , Dr. '>. -

•- v (S«h, esq, ; J : -' L- -m ', . • . • r V *-. II. D \J i y.

Brews, James, eounfy ecss coll

Brown. Richard, farmer. Whit*

Brown. W i: • . ftm r, Kewhall

Buckley, Rev. J. Boheroahrcena

CAUMF: m I an 11 I 91 r^. Duffy,

super:

Cobbe. ! • !an-na-Smol lodcrs

Connor. John, Will:- c!< rl

De Vine, Ben. es-j, Killininny,4^. 10^. Morgan, Rich;

2^pe»*a*-j/—T>r, H.Seward.med. attnd

r- • f ;( radaJ -,r i (] ; Dguc S< U19X ba i

Bowling. Fra - »M| t I e.Fkrt Sfeil]

Boyle, Micha- : . . i

Doyle. Miles, far: . >

Ebbs, Wm. esq. Killenarden, r' OlYi

F.'-x, William, farmer. White&town V"^' r '- ;ir

Gibbons, Thomas Banlon, farmer Poyaton, Kr

Handcock. Wm. EI trd* a,

Heaiey, James, farmer Both f •

.rin.: hou-

Po*i Ownci Mtn Eh r ifc Band

Ba^mali, Mr. farmer ilej, >fyle?. farmer K • 7 J. JfTie?.

|

Bayiey, Captain D. Priaratown hoafe Bealy, Patrick rick Cofbailia^ farmer ; • lown,

Boardman ••••; ; i ii'•]-. H irtoi Hfndi - .' tk, • -j I;

Boothman, Mr. 1 :, •; n J«.»;-•"! -:."- •! . * ! . : :

Kir^ u • Jan -. Can

• Leaf

of prisons, and 1 <

H*C aghji W. ••

afoBoy, Ri« rardD r

TEMPLEOQUE—see TVAUSVUE,

T E1S E X D R E (woRMEHL\ ROUKDTOWN

Twoafi :;-.-'- rl R . l\ rn, a village in the parisl " R i

rr3ee eentli from the General T -' 0 ,; i e, Dul mprisin^ an area e

situated on the road to Rath fax branching from Hal

in handsome seats and villas. Omnib

i? elao e Tramway from Dublin.

Ashe. I«aar, piq. Kensington. 1 msbury—*a* WL

,A ihk • , Utt Ml. ; Brady. Jas. Jloavthotel, iarern, paree'

f

Patri I-. - late* office and waitifig-rooanelorotnni- Brov

Berry, James, es w isthampion. I beavft garrison billiard room?, 461, jBradle

Been* hotel i'- torBariey.proprH

Ely an r I • 11 .----, ;

Eth

farmer, Lraper

Smyth, James,

.- •• «.trt, K-.•':>• rf ••• iatner

3t n .;•-. Mr Ifendon boon

Bt. 1 M ren i. Hi hard tintner

v fct« I I, 8N • • _'• . groan* andfannt

Williams, Hose, dressmaker

H tow

on t! t

• •

• D

- • .

D 1

1

Kennedy ; Richard

• - : - end P.L.^.

l :/. I Of.

, William. IVeWteWfl

r Hrii- >• 1 l •'.

Green-hills.

»d there


!$7* COUNTY DUBLIN DIRIXTOUY.

SWORDS Cnracn

Stcords Disjw, ,

Jwor>l* Fr-- > • -JUcfad

an I Ma;-:.;::: - . •. Q J

Taylor, J. J. Sw *da

\

"'

• • • r, J »hn, bl icksmith

11. ••-

i ! c. John. bar:. -

... ..

I Dunne, Ibrl.'.-. ", I >k< r

Bann;-!. - . T F.

.

.

Peter,

Patri

b l

i r..

Baanisl r, J b

•r

Banwiwtrr, Wiiiia -r

.1 *

/•'; free inn—-Ed anrd Ph :.i

WIS

"

Bird, James

me*, Mary J a srr • • r

Bowden. William

K •••.-. L i

Bran as

• n Kiernan, Richard, >ai | * r

Law* it, lam - ..-- w t .i ton* r

Lawl », 3 hn, •: i ••

]••_-. J ox - •

Cann >n ••-. - Ki car maker ! J, Pa!nek. far-

Carey, Janeee, carpenter

hong, Thomas, f.ir;

TALLAGHT.

••':•: in . J. :

M 1 • •

Matruire. J-dsr

•/ Krt.

TALLAGRT,a » 0 Sti : | ^t" : -' : r I'' ; > : :''• — bar- :;v. I >,i!>; u

; an area of 21,868 acres. P ish, 4 ..'>_'

t • - ea&ed oa the road to Bl< id the panV.

to the

; - ;. -._; icettt views of I j I h |r aiid lie of Duhhn. Im : fe ' • I

I • St UMiwaWj M i m •, rn boil Ling in - e po nfed tf -. 4< I a - use tl i

I - M • A

> Iftary**, in both r>f which firee schools are held. In the to-..

and Parochial Schools. It i- a ( i I Petty $eas

3Ionday. There are several paper and flour mil . as also a woollen mil 1.

Mi'^mAH* ATrrNr.Tv; Prrrr ^- ^;-.N^. - .-H, .•''. : . ',- './ / ry—J : -; ! -•; — '.-—:_: -.

. J h- Ro) tnsott, M :., WHB an G J QM tk, esq.; 1 ' I ataj , Dr. '>. -

•- v (S«h, esq, ; J : -' L- -m ', . • . • r V *-. II. D \J i y.

Brews, James, eounfy ecss coll

Brown. Richard, farmer. Whit*

Brown. W i: • . ftm r, Kewhall

Buckley, Rev. J. Boheroahrcena

CAUMF: m I an 11 I 91 r^. Duffy,

super:

Cobbe. ! • !an-na-Smol lodcrs

Connor. John, Will:- c!< rl

De Vine, Ben. es-j, Killininny,4^. 10^. Morgan, Rich;

2^pe»*a*-j/—T>r, H.Seward.med. attnd

r- • f ;( radaJ -,r i (] ; Dguc S< U19X ba i

Bowling. Fra - »M| t I e.Fkrt Sfeil]

Boyle, Micha- : . . i

Doyle. Miles, far: . >

Ebbs, Wm. esq. Killenarden, r' OlYi

F.'-x, William, farmer. White&town V"^' r '- ;ir

Gibbons, Thomas Banlon, farmer Poyaton, Kr

Handcock. Wm. EI trd* a,

Heaiey, James, farmer Both f •

.rin.: hou-

Po*i Ownci Mtn Eh r ifc Band

Ba^mali, Mr. farmer ilej, >fyle?. farmer K • 7 J. JfTie?.

|

Bayiey, Captain D. Priaratown hoafe Bealy, Patrick rick Cofbailia^ farmer ; • lown,

Boardman ••••; ; i ii'•]-. H irtoi Hfndi - .' tk, • -j I;

Boothman, Mr. 1 :, •; n J«.»;-•"! -:."- •! . * ! . : :

Kir^ u • Jan -. Can

• Leaf

of prisons, and 1 <

H*C aghji W. ••

afoBoy, Ri« rardD r

TEMPLEOQUE—see TVAUSVUE,

T E1S E X D R E (woRMEHL\ ROUKDTOWN

Twoafi :;-.-'- rl R . l\ rn, a village in the parisl " R i

rr3ee eentli from the General T -' 0 ,; i e, Dul mprisin^ an area e

situated on the road to Rath fax branching from Hal

in handsome seats and villas. Omnib

i? elao e Tramway from Dublin.

Ashe. I«aar, piq. Kensington. 1 msbury—*a* WL

,A ihk • , Utt Ml. ; Brady. Jas. Jloavthotel, iarern, paree'

f

Patri I-. - late* office and waitifig-rooanelorotnni- Brov

Berry, James, es w isthampion. I beavft garrison billiard room?, 461, jBradle

Been* hotel i'- torBariey.proprH

Ely an r I • 11 .----, ;

Eth

farmer, Lraper

Smyth, James,

.- •• «.trt, K-.•':>• rf ••• iatner

3t n .;•-. Mr Ifendon boon

Bt. 1 M ren i. Hi hard tintner

v fct« I I, 8N • • _'• . groan* andfannt

Williams, Hose, dressmaker

H tow

on t! t

• •

• D

- • .

D 1

1

Kennedy ; Richard

• - : - end P.L.^.

l :/. I Of.

, William. IVeWteWfl

r Hrii- >• 1 l •'.

Green-hills.

»d there


Carroll, Henry, horseskoer

Carroll, John, dairy

Chriswell, Francis, provision stores

St. Gcrmains—vacant, 10/. 10s.

Delany, Charles, Eagle house, tea and

wine merchant, 22/.

Dispensary—Henry Davy, A.B., M.B.

medical officer—res. Kimmage

lodge, oil.

Donnelly, Jas. grocer & prov. dealer

Donnelly, Mr. Richard

Dully, Mr. Patrick F. Eagle hill cott.

Duggan, Henry, cement and stucco

plasterer and modeller

Dunn, John Samuel, merchant—Elm

cottage

Egan, James, grocer

Ennis, Robert, bricklayer

FarrelL Michael, dairy

Flood, Nicholas, grocer and farmer

Freeman, James, carpenter, Jubilee

place, 9L 10s.

Greer, Thomas, esq. J.P. Bushy Park,

and Sea Tark, Belfast, and Ulster

Club, 422L

Ilarryvilla—vacant 81.

Healy, Laurence, carpenter and

"wheelwright

Howard, James, carpenter

Jes«op,Miss Jane, Tyrrell ville,10/.10s.

Jones, James, carpenter

Kerr, Mr. Robert, G.P.O.

M'Inerney, Mr. Patk. Erin cottage, 5/.

Mahon, Mrs. Mary, postmistress

Meares, George, merchant, Garnavilla

cottage

Meehaa, Mr. James, 1 Eagle hill, 12/.

Metropolitan Police Station, Eglinton.

181.

Mooney, Thomas, victualler

Nolan, John, carpenter

NuttaU, Geo. F.W. esq.Wintonho.27l.

O'Hely, Alfred Francis, grocer and

Italian warehouse, Roundtown

house, oSl.

Peppard, John, esq. Newcourt, 46?.

1'OST OFFICE—Mrs. Mary Mahon,

postmistress

Ruth, James, grocer and provision

dealer

Scott, John E. esq. Bloomville, 2ol.

Shaw, Miss

Sheridan, Denis, painter and paper

hanger

Smith, Miss, vintner, 22Z.

'hompson, Edward, esq. Tcrenure

cottage

tighe, Mrs. vintner

Iracy, Peter, car owner

Bushypark-road.

F >'OmIZathfarnham-road to Zion Church.

Bfctts, G eorge Charles, esq. Eastbourne,

68*.

Campbell, William M. esq. Prospect

house, 33/.

Flanagan, Jas. J. esq. Riversdale, GOJ.

0 Connor, Moses, esq. Meadow bank,

881

1 nnonton, Jas,esq.Rathgarhouse,267.

Dodd's Buildings.

1 Bowling, Mr. James

2 Rooney, Mr. John, farmer

3 0-Reiliy, Mr. James, Wood villa

* Stokes, Mrs. Summcrville

TERENURE. 1679

Everton-terrace.

1 Keon, Rev. James J. c.c. 23/.

„ O'MoDloy, Rev. John, c.c.

2 O'Connor, Thomas, esq. and 17

Wicklow-street, 20/.

Kimma?e-road.

From Terenure.

Alexander, David, esq. Besborough,

25/.

Baylee, Charles, esq. Temple Howell,

53*.

Byrne, James, sand contractor

Parley, "William, esq. St. John's, 106/.

Elliott, Rev. Jas. A.M.Laurel lodge,607.

Foley, Mrs. Trefan

Hayes, Mrs. dressmaker

Kirwan, John, esq. Horton

Mallins, John Robt. esq. Hazlebrook,

130/.'

Presentation Convent for teaching poor

children—Mrs. Mary J. Hickey,

521.

Rogers, John J. CE. Wentworth cot.

Ryan, Patrick, esq. Minnow brook,

31/.

Russell, Henry, esq. Eglinton lodge

Scriven, "Wm. esq. Oriel lodge, 14/.

Sheridan, D. painter

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