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1880 Belfast / Ulster Street Directory

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ANTRIM   ARDGLASS   ARMAGH CITY   AUGHNACLOY

Antrim, a market town (formerly a Parliamentary borough), in the County of Antrim - 13 miles from Belfast, 93 from Dublin, 8 and a half from Ballymena, and four from Randalstown - situated on the banks of the Sixmilewater River, on the great Road from Belfast to Londonderry. General Sessions of the Peace are held four times a year, and Petty Sessions on the last Tuesday of every month. The Court House, situated towards the foot of the town, is a commodious building. The Belfast and Ballymena Railway passes at an inconsiderable distance North of the town. Lough Neagh approaches within half a mile of the town, and communicates with the latter by the Sixmile River. The church is a neat edifice, with a square embattled tower, surmounted by a finely proportioned octagonal spire ; there are tow Presbyterian Church, one Unitarian, one Methodist, one Baptist Church, and one Roman Catholic Chapel. The Union Workhouse, a public Dispensary, and free schools, comprise the principal charities. The markets are held on Tuesday and Thursday. Fairs - January 1, May 12 and November 12. A monthly fair on last Thursday in each month. Population in 1871, 2,020 inhabitants.

Places of Worship

Church of Ireland - Rev. John Gordon Holmes, A.M., rector
Presbyterian No. 1 - Rev. Thomas West
Presbyterian No. 2 - Rev. John H. Orr
Unitarian - Rev. Mr. Smyth
Methodist (Wesleyan) - Rev. James Murdoch
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Alex. McMullen

Town Commissioners
meets on the first Monday of each month

William James Gwynne, chairman ; William Vance, jun.; William Armstrong, John Kirk, W. D. McManus, Robert Johnston, Henry McLorinan, John McNally, James Scott, John Young, clerk.

Public Institutions

Poor Law Union - George J. Clarke, J.P., Steeple, chairman ; S. Thompson, J.P., Muckamore Abbey, vice-chairman ; Captain G. T. Brooke, deputy vice-chairman ; H. C. Scott, clerk and returning officer ; medical officer, Andrew Spearing ; master, John Gardener ; matron, J. McDowell ; relieving officers, H. Campbell and J. McQuitty.
Coroner for District - Davis Redmond Taggart
Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages - Wm. J. Taggart, M.D., dispensary officer
Royal Irish Constabulary - J. G. Talbot, S.I., James Kerr, head constable
Bridewell Keeper - John McLorinan
Caretaker of Courthouse - Mrs. McLorinan
Ulster Bank Branch - J. B. Corbett, manager
Belfast Bank Branch - W. S. Smyth, manager
Loan Fund Society - Treasurer, W. J. Gwynne ; manager, James O'Neill ; assistant, J. Young
Protestant Hall - Wm. J. Gwynne, treasurer and secretary
Post Office - Miss McGee, Postmistress
Petty Sessions Clerk - Joseph English
Young Men's United Protestant Association - Henry McLorinan, treasurer ; Mr. Daly, secretary ; librarian, Thomas Murphy
Registrar of Marriages - John Young

Schools

Erasmus Smyth's Schools - Patron, Lord Viscount Massereene and Ferrard ; patroness, Lady Massereene ; teachers, Miss Reid and Mr. McDonough
Infant School - Patroness, Lady Massereene ; treasurer and secretary, Mrs. Clarke Steeple ; teacher, Miss Fleming
National School No. 1 - Teachers, Mr. Savage, Miss Boylan. No. 2 - Mr. Foley and Miss McCart. No. 3 - Mr. Rodgers and Miss Rodgers. Private Ladies' School - Mrs. H. C. Scott

Nobility and Gentry

Adair, Charles, Loughanmore
Adair, Rev. T. B., Loughanmore
Chaine, James, D.L., M.L., Ballycraigy
Chaine, Mrs., Moylena Cottage
Clarke, George J., J.P., The Steeple
Dawson, William, New Lodge
Hanson, John, Bush
Massereene and Ferrard, Lord Viscount, Oriel Temple, Collon, Co. Louth
Montgomery, Thomas, Birchhill
O'Neill, Lord, Shane's Castle
Thompson, Samuel, Muckamore Abbey
Wallace, Sir Richard, Bart., M.P., Lisburn
White, James, Muckamore Mills
Woods, Alexander, Oriel Lodge

Solicitors

Gwynne, W. J., Antrim House
Malone, E. M., Riverside, agent National Provident Institution
Williamson, William, Church Street
O'Rorke, Alexander, Church Place

Medical

Spearing, Andrew, High Street
Taggart, William J., High Street
Stuart, Mr., Church Street

Traders, etc.

Antrim Steam Saw Mills
Antrim Flour Mills
Armstrong, William, auctioneer, High Street
Allen, Robert, station master
Blair, William, cabinet maker, Fountain Street
Brennan, William, painter, etc., Market Square
Barr, Robert, grocer, High Street
Boyd, James, bootmaker, Church Street
Clarke, John, grocer, Castle Street
Darragh, John, publican, Church Place
Ferrigan, M., publican, Railway Street
Ferguson, James, publican, Church Street
Fleming, M., victualler, Market Square
Fleming, A., victualler, High Street
Gray, Mrs., pawn broker, High Street
Gray, Mrs., poulterer, Railway Street
Hamill, Mary, publican, Castle Street
Hanna, Robert, publican, Market Square
Houston, William, saddler, High Street
Hunter, K., draper, High Street
Johnston, Robert, draper, High Street
Johnston, Samuel, grocer and baker, High Street
Johnston, James, brewer, Riverside
Kirk, John, grocer, High Street
Lavery, John, merchant tailor, Market Square
Lavery, Thomas, tailor, Church Street
Lowry, William, watch maker, insurance and emigration agent
Larmour, Mrs., Church Street
Lemon, Miss, milliner, High Street
Meharry, Mr., Church Street
Miller, William, baker, High Street
Moore, Archibald, carpenter, Market Square
Morrison, Samuel, publican, Market Square
Mullan, Mrs., publican, Market Square
Murphy, Mr., watch maker, Railway Street
McDowell, Miss, stationer, High Street
McLorinan, Miss, millinery warehouse
McLorinan, Henry, grocer, High Street
McManus, W. D., draper, Market Square
McManus, James, builder, Castle Street
Mearns, George, printer, Bridge Street
McNally, J., Massereene Arms Hotel, High Street
McQuillan, Bernard, leather cutter, Bridge Street
McQuillan, John, publican, Massereene Street
McGowan, Robert, publican, Railway Street
Nicholl, J., grocer, High Street
O'Neill, George, plumber, Church Street
Reid, John, grocer, High Street
Reid, M. L. & A., milliners, High Street
Scott, H. C., Riverside
Scott, James, inn keeper, High Street
Shannon, William, grocer, Church Street
Shannon, Graham
Steele, Robert, grocer, Church Street
Stewart, J., grocer
Suffern, William, draper, Markey Square
Thompson, Samuel, inn keeper, High Street
Thompson, D. V., draper, High Street
Vance, William, sen., builder, Castle Street
Vance, William, jun., grocer and baker, High Street
Weir, M., grocer, Castle Street
Williamson, Miss, china warehouse
Williamson, A., draper, Church Street
Young, Campbell, publican, High Street

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ARDGLASS               top

Ardglass, a Parish and Seaport in the Barony of Lecale and County of Down, Province of Ulster ; 103 miles from Dublin, 23 miles from Belfast, and 6 miles S.E. of Downpatrick. It is pleasantly situated on the coast, and is now one of the most frequented watering places in the North. It is also an important fishing place, and centre of the fisheries on this part of the coast. There are store houses for corn, etc. From three hundred to four hundred fishing boats may be seen in the harbour during the fishing season, which lasts from May to October. The quantity of herrings caught is very large. As a curling station it is now considered one of the most important in the kingdom. In January, 1879, Mr. W. J. Doherty obtained the contract from the Board of Works for the carrying our of the repairs of the harbour, and under the able superintendence of Mr. Jamison, the work has been pushed on with such energy and success, that before the termination of the current year the work will be completed and the harbour one of the most useful in the kingdom. It is expected it will be used as a  steam packet station to Holyhead. When the repairs of the harbour are completed many more boats will fish here, and the general trade of the port be very much increased.

Places of Worship

Church of Ireland, Dunsford - Rev. J. Williams, M.A., rector ; res., The Crescent
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Thomas McAfee
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - Rev. Th. Pearson
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Richard Marner, D.D.; Rev. Patrick Walsh, curate

Public Institutions

Petty Sessions - Kildare St., R. Whiteside, clerk
Northern Bank - J. Craig, manager, and agent for the National Provident Institution
Post Office and Savings Bank - Richard Kearns, postmaster
Constabulary Station - Bath Street
Coastguard Station - Bath Street
Two National Schools

Gentry and Clergy

Auchinleck, John
Carroll, Mrs., Burford Lodge
Davis, William, J.P., Castle Place
Deverell, W. P., M.D., Castle Place
Hamilton, Mrs. D. R., The Crescent
Johnson, Miss, The Crescent
Mullins, J. E., C.E., Board of Works
Pilson, Conway, J.P., The Crescent
Russell, Charles, J.P., King's Castle
Williams, Rev. John, The Crescent

Traders, etc.

Bannerman, William, grocer and herring buyer, Kildare Street
Bryant, Mrs. John, spirit dealer, Kildare Street
Caldwell, Mrs., hotel, Kildare Street
Crangle, James, spirit dealer and blacksmith, Bath Street
Doran, Patrick, ship carpenter and boat owner, Bath Street
Gilchrist, James, draper, Bath Street
Hughes, John, grocer and farmer, Bath Street
Hughes, Richard, baker, Bath Street
Hughes, Matilda, grocer, draper and boat owner, Bath Street
Hunter, Nat., general merchant, Kildare Street and Quay Road
Kelly, Edward, spirit dealer, Bath Street
Lascelles, Edwd., spirit dealer, and posting establishment, Bath Street
Leslie, Samuel, spirit dealer, Bath Street
Lowe, James, nail maker and ship broker, Bath Street
Magee, John, grocer and spirit dealer, Kildare Street
Martin, Jas. E., grocer and spirit dealer, Bath Street
Martin, James, jun., draper, Bath Street
McMahon, E., spirit dealer, Bath Street
Mennell, George, bailiff and farmer, Kildare Street
Norris, James, grocer, Kildare Street
Megraw, William, boat owner, Strangford Road
Park, James, boat owner, farmer, etc., Hill Street
Rattan, B. C., boat owner, Kildare Street
Sharven, William, blacksmith, Bath Street
Small, Ellen, dress maker and haberdasher, Kildare Street
Simmons, Mrs., grocer and sewing agent, Hill Street

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ARMAGH CITY       top

Armagh, an inland City and Parliamentary Borough, 30 miles distant from Belfast, comprising within its ancient boundary an area of 1,147 acres, and within its present municipal boundary 269 acres. It is the seat of the archiepiscopal see (seat) of the Primate of all Ireland, whose ecclesiastical province comprises six consolidated dioceses :- 1. Armagh and Clogher ; 2. Tuam, Ardagh, Kilalla, and Anchonry ; 3. Derry and Raphoe ; 4. Down and Connor and Dromore ; 5. Kilmore and Elphin ; 6. Meath. It is also the seat of the R.C. Primate of All Ireland. The town stands on the acclivities of a hill. The Great Northern Railway connects the town with Belfast, Dublin and Monaghan. Population in 1871, 8,946. The borough returns one member to Parliament ; constituency for 1879-80, 654. The lighting, cleansing and watching the streets is vested in Commissioners, under the 9th Geo. IV., c. 82. Markets are held on Tuesdays for general purposes, and on Wednesdays and Saturdays for grain. There are branches of the Bank of Ireland, Belfast Banking Company, Northern Banking Company, Ulster Banking Company, Provincial Bank of Ireland, and Hibernian Bank. The Savings Bank was established in 1818. The Union Workhouse was opened in 1842. Four newspapers are published in Armagh, the Armagh Guardian, Ulster Gazette, Armagh Reformer, and Armagh Standard.

Member for the City - Geo. de la Poer Beresford

Ecclesiastical

Armagh Cathedral, Abbey Street - Primate of all Ireland - Right Hon. and Most Rev. Marcus Gervais Beresford, The Palace
Dean, Rev. William Reeves, D.D.
Precentor - Rev. Charles King Irwin, D.D., Loughgilly
Chancellor - Rev. Benjamin Wade, Donaghmore
Treasurer - Rev. Joseph Chomley, Loughgall
Archdeacon - Rev. J. W. Stokes, A.M., Aughnacloy
Vicars-Choral - Rev. Saville L'Estrange Malone ; Rev. C. W. Fleury
Organist - Thomas Osborne Marks, mus. doc.
Deputy Organist - Richard Craddock
Verger - Samuel Rea
Sexton - F. Craddock
Cathedral Choir - William Wood, Chas. Wood, James Roberts, Duncan Thackrey, mus. doc.; Thomas Price, John Walker, William James Clements, James Wright
Cathedral School - Messrs. Wolfe, masters
St. Mark's Church, The Mall - Rector - George A. Chadwick, D.D.
Curates - Rev. Robert R. Thacker ; Rev. Mr. Seymour
Organist - Malcolm Lee
Sexton - William Brians
Primate's Registrar - Charles Wood, Vicar's Hill
Probate Division of H. C. of Justice - George Hill Smith, Barrister-at-Law, Registrar
District Registry - Clerks - Thos. Walker Cowan and Geo. A. Smith
Office Caretaker - M. Rafferty
First Presbyterian Church, Mall - Rev. Jackson Smyth, D.D., minister
Second Presbyterian Church, Lower English Street - Rev. Silas E. Wilson, minister
Third Presbyterian Church, The Mall - Rev. John Elliott, minister
Independent Church, College Street - Rev. J. Bowron, minister
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Abbey Street - Rev. Charles Baskin and Rev. Edward Hazelton, ministers
Roman Catholic Chapel, Chapel Lane
Roman Catholic Chapel, Sandy Hill
Roman Catholic Primate of all Ireland - His Grace the Most Rev. Daniel McGettigan, D.D.
Roman Catholic Clergy - Rev. Thos. Rice, Adm.; Rev. H. McOscar, Rev. P. McGeeny, and Rev. H. McNeece.
Organist - J. M. Glynn
Registrar of Marriages - John Williams
Deputy Registrar - T. W. Cowan

Legal, etc.

Court House, College Street - Assizes twice a year, Quarter Sessions four times, Petty Sessions, every Thursday - Court Keeper, S. Rea.
Magistrates - (See County Armagh)
Her Majesty's Prison - (See County Armagh)
Clerk of Petty Sessions - W. Barnes, 20 Scotch Street

Town Commissioners

John G. Winder, J.P. (chairman_ ; Joseph Anderson, James Best, William Best, Matthew Bronte, William Robt. Ferris, Robt. Gillespie, Henry Harris, Henry Hillcock, Thos. Marshall, Thomas Moore, John McClelland, John McKinstry, Patrick McLorinan, Benj. Robinson, Andrew Rolston, James Somers, Edward B. Taylor, John Thompson, Robert Walker, Richard Williamson.
Town Clerk - Thomas George Peel
Treasurer - The Ulster Bank
Collector 0 Ephraim Fullerton
Stamp Office - Thomas A. Prentice, head distributor
Gas Works, Callan Street - John G. Deacon, secretary ; J. Gibb, manager
Coroner - Thomas G. Peel

Literary and Scientific

Natural History and Philosophical Society, Mall - Lord Primate, patron ; Rev. Geo. Robinson, A.M., president ; W. E. Rogers, secretary ; R. Talbot Fforde ; Ulster Bank, treasurer
Armagh United Protestant Young Men's Mutual Improvement Society, Abbey Street - S. W. Paul and George A. Smith, secretaries
Public Library - Rev. William Reeves, D.D., librarian ; Edward Rogers, deputy
Astronomical Observatory - Rev. T. Romney Robinson, D.D., principal astronomer ; Rev. Charles Faris, assistant ; Stilman Call, Meteorological department
Royal School - Rev. W. Moore Morgan, LL.D., head master. Assistant Masters, Thos. Gordon, Edward Vaughan Forshall, Andrew Johnston, William F. Johnston, Edmund R. Johnston, William H. Unger, S. Deschamps.
Toutine Rooms, English Street - Containing handsome assembly and other rooms ; John G. Winder, secretary ; Kingsberry Smith, keeper
Armagh Branch of the Association for Discountenancing Vice and Promoting the Knowledge of the Christian Religion - Depository at Robt. P. McWatters', English Street
Presbyterian National School, College Street - S. McKimm, teacher
St. Patrick's College - Patk. Doyle, head master
Hall Male National School - D. A. Simmons, principal
Hall Female National Schools - Miss Lizzie Cowan, principal. Infant School, Church Walk - Miss Bourke, principal. Infant School, Callen Street - Miss Miller, principal
Gosford Place N.S. - Alex. Gibson, principal, Miss McKinley, assistant
Abbey Street, Male N.S. - Mr. Wilson, principal. Female - Miss Wilson, principal
Convent - Madam Gordon
Chapel Lane N.S. - Male, H. Scanlon, principal ; Female, Mrs. Scanlon, principal
Banbrook N.S. - Mrs. McDonnell
Ballinahon N.S. - Miss Hamilton, principal
Endowed School by Dean Drelincourt, Charter, School Lane - George Strong, male teacher ; Miss Strong, female teacher
Armagh Protestant Association, Protestant Hall, Abbey Street - Thomas G. Peel, secretary
Newspapers - Armagh Guardian, English Street, published every Friday, John Thompson, proprietor ; Ulster Gazette, Scotch Street, published every Saturday, Thos. White, proprietor ; Armagh Reformer, published every Friday. D. McAleese, proprietor ; Armagh Standard, published every Saturday, John Young, proprietor

Commercial

Bank of Ireland, Scotch Street - W. C. Hobson, manager. Assistants, Richd. Black, Lawrence, Counsel, E. H. Dinsey, G. B. Patterson
Belfast Bank - Joseph Kidd, J.P., Agent. E. H. Moorhead, Manager. Assistants, Henry Robinson, William Rogers, Hugh M. Taylor
Hibernian Bank, Scotch Street - H. Ossory Fitzpatrick, manager
Northern Bank, Thomas McDowell, manager
Northern Fire and Life Insurance Office - Agent, B. P. Davidson, Meredith Place
Provincial Bank - Charles Griffiths, manger. Assistants, Thomas Jones, W. J. Gibson, R. T. Mallet.
Savings Bank, Victoria Street - Thomas Smith, manager ; B. P. Davidson, auditor. Treasurer, Provincial Bank. Assistants, Edwd. Parkinson and Thomas Walter Cowan

Ulster Bank - R. Talbot Fforde, manager, English Street. Assistants, T. S. McCay, J. Levingston
Shambles - Lower English Street ; open every Tuesday and Saturday
Market House - Containing corn market and large assembly rooms ; W. G. Harris, collector and crane master
Linenhall - Containing the butter market, poultry and egg market, off Dobbin Street ; W. G. Harris, collector

Hotels

Armagh County Club, English Street - Hon. Sec., J. G. Winder, J.P.
Beresford Arms Hotel, English Street - Charles F. Tranter, proprietor
Charlemont Arms Hotel, English Street - John Hughes, proprietor
Plough Hotel, English Street - Mrs. Hughes, proprietor
Royal Hotel, Dobbin Street - Philip Lavery, M.D., proprietor
Railway Hotel, opposite Railway Station - John McStravic, proprietor

Charitable

County Infirmary, Abbey Street - J. Mansergh Palmer, surgeon ; Henry Frazer, M.D., assistant surgeon
Dispensary, Mall - Robert Gray, M.D., surgeon and Registrar of Deaths, Births and Marriages
District Lunatic Asylum - Robert McKinstry, M.D., resident physician ; Thomas Cuming, visiting physician
Sheils' Alms Houses, Workhouse Hill - Simon Hicks, superintendent ; Henry Frazer, M.D., visiting surgeon
Union Workhouse - (Counties Armagh and Tyrone) - Twenty six electoral divisions. Board meets first Tuesday every month. Sir James M. Strong, Bart., Tynan Abbey, chairman ; J. G. Winder, J.P., Seven Houses, vice chairman ; Alexander Small, J.P., Market Hill, deputy vice chairman ; William McMaster, clerk and returning officer ; Archibald Wilson, master ; David Edwards, school master ; Miss Graham, school mistress ; Miss McMaster, matron ; Robert Bourke, relieving officer
Nunnery, Windmill Hill - Madam Fitzgerald, superioress

Local Magistrates

Beresford, George D., J.P., M.P.
Brush, R. C., J.P.
Boyd, Robert, J.P.
Boyle, Hugh, J.P., Charlemont Place
Dobbin, Colonel, J.P.
Kidd, Joseph, J.P., Belfast Bank, English Street
Kaye, W. B., Q.C., LL.D., J.P.
Millar, W. Moore, R.M., Cathedral Close
McCrum, Robert G., J.P.
Winder, John Gervais, J.P., English Street

Clergy, Gentry, etc.

Beresford, The Right Hon. and Most Rev. Marcus Gervais, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of all Ireland, The Palace
Beresford, Captain, M.P.
Beresford, Colonel, Mall
Bell, James C., M.A., solicitor
Brice, Alexander, apothecary, English Street
Byrne, Rev. P., Abbey Street
Chapman, W. M., dentist, English Street
Cochran, Robert, English Street
Cochrane, George C., solicitor, The Mall
Cunning, T., M.D., Beresford Row
Davidson, B. P., house and land agent, Meredith Place
Davison, Henry, County surveyor, Melbourne Terrace
Elliott, Rev. John, Seven Houses
Frazer, Henry, M.D., English Street
Faris, Rev. Charles (Observatory), Scotch Street
Fleury, Rev. C. W., Victoria Street
Gallagher, William, solicitor, College Street
Gray, Robert, L.R.C.S.I., Dispensary, Mall
Hardy, Mrs. R. C., St. Mark's Place
Hardy, William, solicitor, English Street
Harris, Henry, solicitor, Mall
Kidd, Mrs., Charlemont Place
Lavery, Philip, surgeon, English Street
Lynn, Joseph M., M.D., Melbourne Terrace
Mauleverer, Miss, Beresford Row
Monroe, S. H., solicitor, English Street
Morgan, Rev. Dr., W. M., Royal School
McCombe, Alexander, solicitor, English Street
McGettigan, Most Rev. Daniel, R.C. Primate of all Ireland, Sandy Hill
McKinstry, John, St. Mark's Place
McKinstry, Mrs. Margaret, Beresford Row
McWatters, John, Hartford Place
Palmer, J. M., surgeon
Peel, John E., solicitor, English Street
Potterton, Robert, LL.D., Inspector National Schools
Riggs, J. L., M.D., English Street
Robinson, Rev. Thos. Romney, D.D., Observatory
Simpson, W. A., solicitor, Melbourne Terrace
Smith, George Hill, B.L., Hartford Place
Smith, Thomas, manager of Savings Bank

Traders, etc.

Adams, John Clarke, woollen and hat warehouse, English Street
Allen, R., cabinet maker, Barrack Street
Anderson, Joseph, haberdashery and millinery, Market Street
Anderson & Massy, grocers
Atcheson, David, draper, Scotch Street
Ballantine, R., butcher, Scotch Street
Baldock, J., spirit dealer, Barrack Street
Barnes, Wm., clerk of Petty Sessions, Scotch Street
Bell, Matthew Robert, auctioneer and valuator, Russell Street
Bell, Matthew, seedsman and miller, English Street
Bell, Miss, Abbey Street
Best, James & Sons, millers, English Street and Richhill
Boyd, Brothers, flax merchants, Dobbin Street
Boyd, Robert A., seedsman, Thomas Street
Boyle, James, spirit dealer, English Street
Brooks, Brothers, grocers and bakers, Barrack Street
Bright, Mrs., milliner and dress maker
Bright, William, confectioner, English Street
Burns, Bernard, lodging and posting establishment, Thomas Street
Burns, Jas., watch maker and jeweller, English Street
Burns, James, lodgings, English Street
Calvert, Mary, grocer, Lower English Street
Caldwell, Eliza, grocer and spirit dealer, Lower English Street
Campbell, J., lodgings, Ogle Street
Campbell, H., grocer and spirit dealer, English Street
Campbell, Peter (of Keady), posting establishment, English Street, at Plough Hotel
Cairns, John, cabinet maker
Carson, Robert, Lower English Street
Chambers, Thomas, boot maker, English Street
Clarke, Charles, boot shop, Scotch Street
Cleland, J., grocer, Railway Street
Cahoon, J., Traveller's Home, Lower English Street
Collins, J., draper, Scotch Street
Cochrane, George, tinsmith, Market Street
Cooper, Thomas, spirit merchant, Scotch Street
Corr, Ann, spirit dealer, Irish Street
Couser, William, grocer, English Street
Coote, T. & Co., grocers, Scotch Street
Cowan, Terence, spirit dealer, Barrack Street
Davidson, W., haberdasher, Scotch Street
Deacon, John G., grocer, wine and spirit dealer, Barrack Street
Donnelly, M., milliner, Dobbin Street
Donnelly, P., stone cutter, Ogle Street
Donnelly, T., boot maker, Ogle Street
Downey, J., spirit dealer, English Street
Downey, P., grocer, English Street
Douglas, John, tailor, Scotch Street
Dugan, T., flax merchant, Irish Street
Eager, Thomas, spirit dealer, Scotch Street
Eakin & Co., chemists and druggists, English Street
Edgar, Brothers, butchers, English Street
Edwards, George A., coal and timber merchant, Railway Station
English, Thomas, Wellington Inn, English Street
Farr, Thomas, carpenter and builder, The Mall
Farrell, P., victualler, Thomas Street
Ferris, Wm. Robert, general grocer, Market Street
Frizell, A. & R., cabinet makers, upholsterers and under takers, English Street
Fullerton, E., house agent, and commissioner for affidavits, Abbey Street
Gabby, J., veterinary surgeon, Scotch Street
Gardner, James, woollen merchant, English Street
Gardner, James & Son, iron & brass founders & machine makers, Dobbin Street
Garvy, Michael, baker, Scotch Street
Gibbin, John, grocer, English Street
Gibson, Mrs., pawn broker, Market Street
Giffin, James, grocer
Gillen, Margaret, spirit merchant, Irish Street
Gillespie, David, grocer, English Street
Gillespie, J. & R., grocers and millers, English Street
Gough, R., boot and shoe maker, Thomas Street
Gray, John, grocer, Scotch Street
Gray, Mrs., pawn broker, Ogle Street
Gregory, Thomas, poultry dealer
Gribben, Mary, grocer & spirit dealer, Thomas Street
Griffin, D., rope and twine manufacturer, Scotch Street
Hamill, William, cooper, Market Street
Hamilton, John, painter, Barrack Street
Hanna, Hugh, flax merchant, Irish Street
Harrison, T., clog maker, Thomas Street
Hazelton, H., watch and clock maker, English Street
Hazelton, Mrs., confectioner, English Street
Hillock, H., coal and timber merchant, Thomas Street
Hillock, James, grocer, druggist, haberdashery and perfumery warehouse, English Street
Hodgens, T., boot and shoe maker, Thomas Street
Hoy, James, boot shop, Thomas Street
Hoy, Joseph, boot shop, Thomas Street
Hoy, Matthew, boot shop, Thomas Street
Huston, W., grocer and wine merchant, Scotch Street
Hughes, Mrs., Plough Inn, Lower English Street
Hughes, C., saddler, Thomas Street
Hughes, J., Charlemont Arms, Upper English Street
Hughes, Thomas, baker, Thomas Street
Hunter, Wm. J., servants' registry, Dobbin Street
Irwin, Hugh, spirit dealer, Thomas Street
Irwin, James, grocer, Scotch Street
Johnston, Brothers, family grocers, Scotch Street
Johnston & Co., grocers, Scotch Street
Johnston, B., flax merchant, Irish Street
Johnston, James, teacher, Ogle Street
Kearney, John, poulterer
Keys, Mrs. M. A., grocer, Thomas Street
Kelly, James, green grocer, Market Street
Kelly, John, cork cutter, English Street
Kelly, J., haberdasher, Scotch Street
Kennedy, E., haberdasher, Thomas Street
Kimmett, J., painter, Dobbin Street
Kingston, Chris, boot and shoe maker, Scotch Street
Lee, Mrs., pianoforte warehouse, Market Square, and Newry and Belfast
Lowden, William, baker and grocer, English Street
Lynch, Mrs., Linenhall Hotel, Dobbin Street
Macardle, John, lodgings, Mill Street
Magowan, Mrs., Abbey Street
Magrath, Thomas, carpenter, Ogle Street
Maguire, E., lodgings, English Street
Mallon, O., lodgings, English Street
Mann, M., lodgings, Scotch Street

Mann, James, spirit dealer, Railway Street
Mann, Robert, spirit dealer, English Street
Marks, Thomas Osborne, organist, Vicar's Hill
Marshall, T., flax merchant, Irish Street
Martin, D. P., sewed muslin agent, English Street
Mason, James, grocer, Scotch Street
Massey, Arthur, photographer, etc., Abbey Street
Maxwell, J., painter, The Mall
Maxwell, J., painter, Dobbin Street
Mercer, William, grocer, Barrack Street
Molloy, Martha, spirit dealer, Thomas Street
Molloy, John, grocer, Charter School Lane
Moore, Thomas, wine & spirit merchant & wholesale & retail grocer, English St.
Moore, R. J., flax merchant, Charter School Lane
Moorehead, E., Belfast Bank, agent National Provident Institution
Morrison, Thomas, spirit dealer, Scotch Street
Morrow, J., poulterer, Linenhall Street
Monahan, W., spirit dealer, Irish Street
Mullen, Mrs., grocer, Castle Street
Murphy, J., veterinary surgeon, Scotch Street
Murphy, J., tinsmith, Thomas Street
McAleavy, M., spirit dealer, Ogle Street
McAleese, Daniel, publisher of Armagh Reformer
McAlindon, Hugh, spirit dealer, Ogle Street
McAlister, Robert, & Co., family grocers & wine and spirit merchants, English St.
McCann, E., spirit dealer, Irish Street
McCann, Thomas, spirit dealer, Ogle Street
McClelland, Edward, grocer, Barrack Street
McClelland, J., grocer & spirit dealer, English Street
McCullough, J., marble & stone works, Dobbin Street and The Mall
McConnell, J., grocer & spirit dealer, Scotch Street
McDowell, J., lodgings, Scotch Street
McGahan, B., spirit dealer, Market Street
McGerr, Henry, spirit merchant, English Street
McGinty, J., auctioneer & newsagent, Thomas Street
McGirr, Francis, lodging house, Ogle Street
McGowan, W., grocer & spirit dealer, Barrack Street
McGuill, P., marine dealer, Primrose Hill
McKee, E. & M., spirit dealers and grocers, Ogle Street
McKenna, George, grocer, Thomas Street
McKenna, W., spirit dealer, Thomas Street
McKenna, James, saddler, Thomas Street
McKinlay, David, yarn store, Thomas Street
McLaughlin, James, glass, delf & toy shop, Ogle Street
McLorinan, Patrick, linen draper, etc., Scotch Street
McMahon, James, flax merchant, Irish Street
McMahon, P., flax merchant, Irish Street
McNally, Miss, milliner, Lower English Street
McParland, Patrick, baker, Ogle Street
McParland, John, baker, English Street
McStravick, John, Railway Hotel
McWaters, Robt. P., book seller, printer, publisher, etc., English Street
McWilliams, Robert, bakery, Ogle Street
Nixon, John, boot and shoe maker, Thomas Street
O'Hare, Charles, spirit dealer, Barrack Street
O'Neill, Charles, butcher, Lower English Street
O'Neill, E., spirit dealer, English Street
O'Neill, James, butcher, Lower English Street
O'Neill, Patrick, butcher, Thomas Street
Palmer, Thomas, bakery, Scotch Street
Pillow, S., spirit dealer, English Street
Powell, J., victualler, Scotch Street
Powell, Thomas, spirit dealer, Thomas Street
Quinn, J., sen., flax merchant, Irish Street
Quinn, J., lodgings, Mill Street
Quinn, Peter, boot and shoe maker, Ogle Street
Rea, Saml., servants' registry office, Courthouse
Reid, Robert, chandler & grocer, Lower English Street
Reid, T. E., insurance agent, Dobbin Street
Reilly, Henry, auctioneer and furniture warehouse, Market Street
Reilly, J., pawn broker, Abbey Street
Rice, George, flax merchant, Irish Street
Rice, W., flax merchant, Irish Street
Riddall, G. S. & Co., flour and corn millers, English Street
Riggs, J. S., family grocer, wine and spirit merchant, English Street
Robinson, B. & Co., drapers, Market Street
Rolston, Andrew, baker, English Street
Ross, Miss, Armagh delph and china warehouse, English Street
Rountree, J., grocer, Scotch Street
Sherry, George, sen., butcher, English Street
Sherry, George, jun., butcher, English Street
Simpson, Mrs., hardware merchant, Market Street
Sling, Thomas, hairdresser, Ogle Street
Sling, H., hair dresser, English Street
Smyth, James, grocer, Thomas Street
Somers, James, grocer and seed merchant, English Street
Stenson, Thomas, lodgings, Barrack Street
Stephenson, Miss, dress maker, Barrack Street
Stewart, D., poulterer, Barrack Street
Stewart, R., poulterer, Linenhall Street
Stringer, J., grocer, English Street
Stringer, W., tailor, Scotch Street
Taylor, Brothers, coach factory, Mall
Thompson, J., stationer and publisher, (Guardian Office), English Street
Timon, M., milliner, Scotch Street
Timson, B., flax merchant, Irish Street
Toner, P., flax merchant, Irish Street
Turner, R. & Co., iron mongers and coal merchants, English Street
Vallely, Francis, draper, English Street
Vallely, John & Co., drapers, etc., Scotch Street
Waddell, Thomas, spirit dealer, Barrack Hill
Walker, Robert, woollen draper, etc., English Street
Walker, Sarah, milliner, English Street
Wallace, J., sewed muslin agent, Scotch Street
Ward, C., victualler, Ogle Street
Warnock, John, haberdasher, English Street
Warren, T., grocer, Callan Street
Warmoll, E., victualler, English Street
Watson, Joshua & Co., iron mongery and hardware merchants, Thomas Street
Watson, James A., leather merchant, Thomas Street
Webbe, A., flax merchant, Irish Street
White, S., book seller and book binder, English Street
White, T., printer, publisher of Ulster Gazette, and general stationer, Scotch St.
Williamson, Richard, draper, English Street
Wilkin, George, china warehouse, Scotch Street
Wilkin, James, watch maker, Scotch Street
Wilkin & Co., grocers and spirit dealers, Scotch Street
Young, John, printer and publisher of Armagh Standard, Scotch Street

Royal Irish Constabulary

County Inspector - R. J. Reamsbottam
Sub-Inspector - E. W. Bailey

Railway Station

Armagh is directly connected by the Great Northern Railway with Belfast, Portadown, Dublin, Newry, Monaghan, and Clones. For departure and arrival of trains see Company's Time Table. Superintendent - John Forster

Private Schools

Miss Kelly, College Street
Mrs. Wolfe, The Abbey School
Miss Wilkin, College Street
Miss St. George, College Street
Alex. Gibson, classical tutor
Miss Gibson, Market Street

Barony Cess Collectors

Barony of Armagh - Hugh Boyle, jun.
Barony of Tureney - William Gamble
Barony of Oneiland West - J. W. Redmond
Barony of Oneiland East - Robert Calvert
Barony of Lower Fews - Hampton Atkinson
Barony of Upper Fews - J. H. Donaldson
Barony of Lower Orier - William H. Bennet
Barony of Upper Orier - Thomas Rantin

Commissioners for Taking Affidavits

William Barnes, 20 Scotch Street
Ephraim Fullerton, Abbey Street
Thomas Horan, English Street
McKinstry, John

Military Sub-District, No.65
Counties Armagh, Cavan, Louth and Monaghan
BRIDGE DEPOT, ARMAGH

89th and 94th Regiments of the Line ; the Armagh, Cavan, Louth and Monaghan Militia - Colonel, the Hon. B. M. Ward.
Staff Officer of Pensioners - Major Griffiths

Post Office

Postmaster - John Williams, Russell Street

AUGHNACLOY                 top

Aughnacloy, a market town, in the County of Tyrone, forty five miles from Belfast. The town consists of one long street, and several diverging streets and lanes. Considerable improvements in the appearance and general management of the place have been made during the last few years. It is well lighted with gas. The markets, held every Wednesday, are excellent ; and the fairs held the first Wednesday in each month, are inferior to few in Ulster. Petty Sessions are held on Monday every month

Post Office - Hugh Stewart, postmaster. Letters from Dublin arrive at 4.20 a.m., and 4.40 p.m., and are despatched at 8.20 a.m., and 8.10 p.m.
Stamp Office - Fiddes & Co., distributors
Town Commissioners (three) - John Girvan, J.P., chairman ; Foster McKay, clerk
Barony Cess Collector (for, Barony of Lower Dungannon) - James Crossle, Anahoe House

Places of Worship

Church of Ireland - The Venerable Archdeacon Stokes, rector ; Rev. Thomas G. Stokes and Rev. Mr. Bradshaw, curates
Presbyterian Church - Rev. William McIlwaine, A.M., minister
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Chas. Weeney, P.P., and Rev. Felix Connolly, C.C.
Methodist Church - Rev. Jas. Frazer and Rev. J. C. Waugh

Public Institutions

Bank (Ulster Banking Co.'s Branch) - W. R. Atkinson, manager ; J. W. Burns, cashier
Church Education Society's Schools - Boys' School, Henry Smith, master ; Girls' School, Miss Cave, mistress ; Infant School, Mrs. Smith, mistress
Intermediate School - Principal, George Dixon, A.B., T.C.D.
Constabulary Station - L. M. Lanyon, Sub-Inspector ; R. J. Harrison, head constable
Fever Hospital - Dr. L. M. Cordner
Dispensary - Louis M. Cordner
National Schools - Church Lane, Mr. Lowry, teacher ; Mill Street, Mr. H. Murray, teacher
Petty Sessions - Every Month. F. McKay, clerk. Held at 12 o'clock noon
National School (No. 2) - Teacher, Miss Torney

Gentry and Clergy

Abraham, Thomas J., solicitor
Betty, Mrs.
Bradshaw, Rev. S.
Cordner, Louis Maxwell
Crossle, James, J.P., Anahoe House
Fiddes, Edward, Hollywood House
Givan, John, J.P., Joy Hill
Hopper, William
Lanyon, L. M., Millview
Moore, Montgomery A.
Montgomery, Vaughan, J.P., Crilly House
Montgomery, Robert J., Garvey
Moutray, Anketell, J.P., Killybrick
Moutray, Rev. W., Favor Royal
Moutray, Rev. J. M., Richmond Glebe
Moutray, Rev. J. J., Favor Royal
Moutray, Whitney, J.P., Fort Singleton
McIlwaine, Rev. William, A.M.
Marr, Mrs., Lisderry
Scott, Miss
Scott, William, M.D., J.P., Castletownbawn, Carnteel
Singleton, Thomas, J.P., Fort Singleton
Stinson, Rev. John, Glendavagh
Stokes, Venerable Archdeacon
Stokes, Rev. Thomas G.
Taylor, Rev. J. W., Errigle Glebe

Traders, etc.

Abraham, James, baker and grocer
Abraham, Joseph, baker and grocer
Aiken, Arabella, dress maker
Anderson, John, grocer
Bridge, William, woollen draper, etc.
Burns, John, merchant tailor and woollen draper
Burns, William, spirit dealer
Burns, John W., cashier, Ulster Bank
Carroll, John, spirit dealer
Chapman, John, Imperial Hotel and posting establishment
Chapman, Matthew James, grocer and spirit dealer
Connolly, Brothers, leather dealer
Couser, Robert John, grocer
Curran, John, spirit dealer
Duncan, John, grocer, etc.
Ellison, William, saddler and spirit dealer
Erskine, James, woollen draper, etc.
Fair, James, carpenter
Fiddes, M. J. & Co., grocers, spirit dealers and woollen drapers
Ferguson, N. J., grocer
Fitzsimons, John, baker and grocer
Fox, John, spirit dealer
Fulton, Joseph, watch maker
Gaskin, John, bacon dealer
Goudy, James, carpenter
Graham, Thomas I., woollen draper, etc.
Hagan, Mrs., dress maker
Hamill, James, spirit dealer
Hamilton, Edward, woollen draper and sewed muslin agent
Henderson, Brothers, blacksmiths
Henderson, Alexander, grocer
Jones, John, boot and shoe maker
Kelly, James, spirit dealer
Magee, Francis, grocer and blacksmith
Maguire, William, butcher
Martin, Thomas, blacksmith
Moan, William, tailor
Moan, Terence, spirit dealer
Moore, Brothers, grocers and spirit dealers
Moore, Alexander, boot, shoe and leather dealer
Moore, Archibald, boot and shoe maker
Moore, George, boot and shoe maker and grocer
Morrow, William, dealer
Murray, Maria, woollen draper, etc.
McCaffrey, James, grocer
McCaffrey, Samuel, grocer and baker
McCallin, Mrs., dealer
McCaughey, Owen, grocer and baker
McCusker, John, butcher
McDowell, John, saddler
McElmeel, James, grocer and baker
McElmeel, Michael, spirit dealer
McGee, Mrs., woollen draper
McKenna, James, baker
McKenna, James, boot and shoe maker
McKenna, Mrs., dress maker
McKay, F., hardware merchant and grocer
McLean, Rachael, woollen draper, etc.
Phillips, Charlotte, grocer and hardware merchant
Reid, William, dealer
Robinson, Mary, general drapery and millinery warerooms
Scarlett, Richard A., auctioneer and valuator
Shevlin, Patrick, baker and spirit dealer
Sicyes, Michael, excise officer
Smith, Daniel, pawn broker
Smith, Henry, butter and egg dealer
Somerville, Michael, spirit dealer
Sommerville, William, spirit dealer
Soraghan, Peter, grocer and baker
Soraghan, James, Queen's Arms Hotel and posting establishment
Speer, William, shoe maker
Stewart, Mrs., dress maker
Stewart, Hugh, painter
Stewart, Mrs., dress maker
Taggart, Miss, milliner, etc.
Wright, Thomas, grocer and baker
Wright, David, spirit dealer, etc.

Public Conveyances

Car leaves Chapman's Hotel to Tynan station twice daily (Sundays excepted) at 7 a.m., and 3 p.m., returning from Tynan on arrival of 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. trains from Belfast.
Mail car from Post Office to Dungannon daily (Sundays Excepted), leaving Aughnacloy at 8.39 a.m., and arriving from Dungannon at 4.30 p.m.
Mail car daily to Fivemiletown, leaving Chapman's Hotel daily, at 5.30 a.m., and arriving from Fivemiletown at 7.40 p.m., passing through Augher and Clogher.

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