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1861 Belfast / Ulster Street Directory

1805 - 1806 - 1807 - 1808 - 1819 - 1843 - 1852 - 1861 - 1877 - 1880 - 1901 - 1907 - 1908 - 1910 - 1918   street directories
1913 Tel. directory     1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)    1894 Waterford Directory     1898 Newry Directory

 

STREETS - ALPHABETICALLY

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( A ) ( B ) ( C ) ( D ) ( E ) ( F ) ( G ) ( H ) ( I & J ) ( K ) ( L ) ( M ) ( N ) ( O ) ( P ) ( Q ) ( R ) ( S ) ( T ) ( U ) ( V ) ( W ) ( Y )

MAGEE'S LANE
Great George's Street

seventeen small houses

MALONE PLACE
Lisburn Road

   2  James Stevenson, salesman.
   3  Foster Coates, clerk in Ulster Railway.
   4  Wm. Russell, linen lapper.
   5  Mrs. Welsh.
   6  Wm. Lindsay, bookkeeper.
   7  Robt. McNaughten, bookkeeper.
   8  Hugh Petticrew, bookkeeper.

MALONE ROAD
Donegall Pass to Albion Place

 14  Wm. Rosbotham, spirit dealer.
 12  VACANT
  "   Robt. Corry, shoe maker.
 10  Edward Phillips, weaver.
   8  Yard.
   6  John Brathwaite, grocer.
   4  Mrs. Ferris, milliner.
   2  W. J. McConnel, spirit dealer.
  ~  James Brady, butcher.
             {  Albion Place  }
  ~  Malone Cottage, Mrs. Murray.

MALONE ROAD OLD

   ~  Thomas Wann, Vermont.
   ~  A. Threlkeld, nurseryman, seeds man & landscape gardener
   ~  J. Cranston Gregg, Derryvolgie House.
   ~  A. Roney, farmer and sand merchant.
   ~  James Gray, publican, smith and cart wright.
   ~  Lennoxvale, VACANT
   ~  Robert Lindsay, Sans Souci; warehouse, Victoria Street.
   ~  Charles Howden, Laurelbank.
   ~  Wm. Jackson, Vipont.
   ~  Wm. McQuiston, Adelaide Lodge.
   ~  Thomas Ward, Cherryhill.
   ~  Thomas Gilmore, Mountpelier.
   ~  Arthur Aickin.
   ~  Alex. Macky Wilson, Thornhill.
   ~  Musgrave Brothers, Drumglass House; warehouses, High
       Street and Ann Street.
   ~  Mrs. Templeton, Cranmore.
   ~  Mrs. Wilson, Maryville.
   ~  Henry Thompson, Myrtlefield.
   ~  Miss Henderson, Fern Cottage.
   ~  Samuel Young, Rose Lodge.
   ~  Jas. Ferguson, Newforge.
   ~  St. John's Church; Rev. John Wrixon, Incumbent.
   ~  John Allen, farmer.
   ~  Wm. Rusk.
   ~  W. Wallace Legg, Malone House.
   ~  Houston Russell, Edenderry.

MALVERN STREET
off Shankill Road
formerly McAllen's Place

twenty small houses

MARIA STREET
off McTier Street

1&3  Robert Black, carpenter.
   5  Charles Stewart, labourer.
   7  Wm. McClelland, foundry labourer.
   9  Wm. McMeekan, labourer.
 11  Wm. Hall, labourer.
 13  James Montgomery, labourer.
 15  James McNeill, labourer.
 17  Samuel Barry, labourer.
 19  Wm. Arlow, coal carter.
 21  Mrs. White.
 23  James Harkin, labourer.
 25  Thomas Quinn, grocer.
 26  John McKeown, labourer.
 24  John Dillon, basket maker.
 22  Mrs. Stewart, washer woman.
 20  Samuel Blair, constable.
 18  John Campbell, calico printer.
 16  James Geddis, labourer.
 14  James McClelland.
 12  Mrs. Scott.
 10  Hugh Walker, night watch man.
   8  Thomas Spratt, labourer.
   6  Wm. Linnie, labourer.
   4  James Mackey.
   2  James Davis, constable.

MARINER'S COURT
off Verner Street

a few small houses

MARKET STREET
May Street to Eliza Street

   1  James Cleland, spirit dealer.
   3  Robert Isles, chaff store.
   5  Robt. Isles, fruit and corn dealer.
   7  Robert Isles.
   9  Patrick Sheals, labourer.
 11  Elizabeth Murphy, dealer.
 13  William O'Hayer.
 15  Henry Simpson, dealer.
 17  Joseph O'Neill, fowl dealer.
 19  John Thompson, fowl dealer.
 21  John Boys, fowl dealer.
 23  Samuel Magennis, labourer.
 25  James Smyth, fowl dealer.
 27  Thomas Connor.
  "   James McRoberts, smith.
 29  Samuel Riddell, butcher.
 31  M. Lappin, labourer.
 33  back entrance to S. Quigley's flour store, Cromac Street.
 35  John Dornan, labourer.
 37  Mrs. Magee.
 39  John Doyle, brick layer.
 41  Hugh McVeigh, labourer.
 43  John McCoey, labourer.
 45  John McGlennan, labourer.
 47  Mrs. Curry.
 49  Mary Hinds, fruit dealer.
 53  Wm. Finnigan, porter.
 55  back entrance to R. Turney's spirit store.
 57  Robert Isles, painter.
 59  Miss McClelland.
 61  back entrance to E. McGlade's spirit store.
 63  Patrick Denvir, labourer.
 65  Mrs. Finton.
 67  Daniel McAvoy, porter.
 69  Anne Byrne, fruit dealer.
 71  Mrs. Hughes.
 73  John Flinn, sailor.
 75  Wm. Robinson, carter.
 77  J. Lavery, picture frame maker.
 79  John Donaghy, wood turner.
               five old houses
 93  Patrick McDonald, pensioner.
 95  Mrs. Rogan.
 97  James Murphy, coach maker.
 96  Daniel Moore, potter.
 94  Mrs. Fullarton's pottery; 24 Eliza Street.
 92  James Adams, porter.
 86  Wm. Smyth, nailer.
 84  Wm. Lavery, frame maker.
 82  John Ireland, grocer.
 80  Mrs. Ann Rice.
 78  Mr. Murray.
 76  Mrs. McCullough.
 74  Wm. Cosgrove, labourer.
 72  Mrs. Carwell.
 70  James McBride, fish dealer.
 68  Margaret McIlroy.
 66  Margaret Hogg.
 64  John Devlin, labourer.
 62  Mrs. McBride.
 60  Miss Rice
 58  Mrs. Moore, fowl dealer.
 56  Margt. Dempster, fruit dealer.
 54  George Higginson, labourer.
 52  Patrick McIlroy, shoe maker.
 50  Edward McClea, labourer.
 48  Mrs. Mary Dunn.
 46  Catherine Grinnan.
 44  Mrs. Magowan.
 42  Hugh May, labourer.
 40  James McKinly, labourer.
 38  James Leonard, water man.
 36  Hugh McGeaghan, dealer.
 34  James Carson, coal dealer.
 32  Charles Morrison, dealer.
 30  Mrs. McCracken, dealer.
 28  Mary Carson, dealer.
 26  Thomas Armstrong, plasterer.
 24  Mrs. McCourt.
 22  Mrs. Byrne, dealer.
20&18  Jas. Cleland's stables &c.
 16  John Cotter, nailer.
 14  David Johnston, nailer.
 12  James Lavery, labourer.
 10  Bridget McDonnell, fowl dealer.
   8  Charlotte Preswick, lodgings.
   6  William Kerr, shoe maker.
   4  James Dunn, labourer.
   2  Patrick Laverty, dealer.

MARLBOROUGH STREET
off Victoria Street

  ~  Thomas McVeagh, spirit dealer and stable yard.
    {  Prince's Street intersects  }
   5  John Millen's salt store.
   7  John Carlisle, grocer.
   9  Samuel Prince, boarding house.
 11  John Millen, salt merchant,
 13  W. D. Henderson & Son's store.
 15  Wm. Gregg's store.
  ~  J. W. Stewart's stabling yard.
16&14  J. Murdoch, boarding house.
       {  Prince's Street intersects  }
 12  James Barry & Co., grocers and spirit merchants.
 10  Thomas Fee, spirit dealer.
   8  James Wallace's stabling yard.
   6  John McBride, labourer.
  ~  Wm. Lewers, malting house.
   2  Samuel Johnston, whitesmith.

MARQUIS STREET
from Mill Street to Smithfield

   1  James Jenkins, pawn broker.
3&5  James McCann's workshop, and J. Purkis & Co., hackle
      makers.
   7  J. & J. Herdman's yard.
   9  Robert Cahoon's residence.
 11  Robert Cahoon, pawn broker.
 15  Francis Boyle, shoe maker.
 17  Mrs. Taylor, lodging house.
 19  Thomas Armstrong, dealer.
 21  Daniel Magill, dealer.
21&23  Daniel O'Neill, grocer and publican.
 25  James McCann, damask machine maker and publican.
 27  D. O'Neill's stabling yard.
 34  James Conley, boarding house.
 32  W. J. McCoy, French polisher.
 30  James Muldoon, dealer.
 28  Samuel Larmour, dealer.
 26  Patrick Connor, printer.
 24  James Mullan, labourer.
 22 John Cullen, tailor.
 20  VACANT
 18  VACANT
 16  Mrs. Garland.
 14  W. Moskimmon (Miskimmon) tinplate worker.
 12  John Stitt, white smith.
 10  Wm. Kerr, marine store.
   8  Thos. McAreavy, labourer.
   2  James Callender, publican.

MARSHALL'S LANE
Lynas Lane

eight small houses

MARTHA PLACE
Old Lodge Road

eight small houses

MARY'S MARKET
off Townsend Street

   1  Robert McCann, labourer.
   2  John Gregg, weaver.
   3  VACANT
   4  Wm. Culbert, labourer.
5&6  VACANT
   7  Alex. Hanna, letter carrier.
   8  Robert Wright, mechanic.
   9  James McCollum, dairyman.
 10  James Moners, brick layer.
 11  J. Thompson, night constable.
 12  John Hardy, labourer.
 13  Joseph Young, soap boiler.
 14  VACANT
 15  Wm. Ayr, turner.
 16  James Stevenson, constable.
 17  John Martin, dealer.
 18  VACANT
 19  Wm. White, labourer.
 20  VACANT
 21  VACANT
 22  Thomas Pelan, shoe maker.

MARY'S PLACE
Hutchinson Street

twenty one small houses

MARY STREET
off Park Street

twenty six small houses

MASSEREENE STREET
off Cullintree street

thirty three small houses

MATTHEWSON COURT
New Lodge Road

five small houses

MAWHINNEY'S COURT
off Melbourne Street

five small houses

MAXWELL'S COURT
off Sandy Row

ten small houses

MAY SQUARE EAST
New Street in May's Fields, not yet built

MAY STREET LITTLE
Cromac Street to Alfred Street

   1  Thomas Boyle, seaman.
   3  Wm. John Boomer, cutler.
   5  John O'Neill, coach trimmer.
   7  John McCrisken, servant.
   9  VACANT
 11  Ellen Wilson, boarding house.
 13  Yard
 15  John George, shoe maker.
 17  John Lackey, carpenter.
 19  Martha McAlister, dress maker.
 21  John Smith, baker.
 23  W. White, inspector night police.
 25  Alex. McAlister, spirit dealer.
 29  Miss McConnell. dress maker.
 31  James Smurphett, sexton in St. George's Church.
 33  John Ross, pork cutter.
 35  Patrick Cullen, carpenter.
 37  Wm. Wheatcroft, printer.
 39  Samuel Steele, salesman.
 41  Jane Armour.
 43  Wm. Baird, foreman printer.
 45  VACANT
 47  David Ritchie, salesman.
 49  Session room of May Street Presbyterian Church; H Crooks,
      sexton.
 46  J. Hutchinson, piano-forte maker.
 44  Mrs. Marshall.
 42  Mrs. Croskery.
 40  Eliza Jackson.
 38  Yard
 36  James McGrath, plasterer.
 34  John Hepburn, carpenter.
 32  Lyons Finlay, plasterer.
 30  Catherine Murphy, grocer.
 28  Robert Harvey, carpenter.
 26  John Wilson, baker.
 24  John Graham, salesman.
 20  G. Reilly, inspector of provisions.
 18  VACANT
 16  J. M. Brann, dealer in spectacles.
 14  Wm. Finlay, plasterer.
 12  James Warnock's stabling yard.
 10  Yard
   8  VACANT Yard

MAY STREET
Clarence Place to Oxford Street

  ~  May Street Presbyterian Church and Sunday School; Rev. H.
       Cooke, DD., LL.D., minister; residence, Ormeau Road.
         {  Clarendon Place  }
 21  J. McAllum; shop, Castle Place.
 23  Wm. Masterton; office, 5 Skipper Street.
 25  VACANT
 27  John Martin, flour merchant, Church Lane.
 29  May Street Recruiting Barracks; Sergeant-Major John Doyle,
       caretaker.
 33  Alex. McAlister, spirit dealer.
  "    J. Anderson, superintendent and valuator of builders' work.
 35  J. W. Dickie, horse shoer.
37&39  John Orr, black smith.
 41  John F. Murphy, proprietor of Union Foundry.
 43  Thomas Green, chief constable night police.
 45  Union Foundry.
 47  May Street National School; master, Denis Donnegan.
49&51  John Andrew, baker.
 53  J. Moore, carpenter and builder.
 55  Alex. Macdonald, fence and gate manufacturer.
                   {  Cromac Street intersects  }
  "    Mrs. Atkinson, spirit dealer, 2 Cromac Street.
 57  Miss M. Gamble, haberdasher, milliner and dress maker.
 59  VACANT
 61  M. Hughes, grocer.
 63  James Cleland, horse dealer and publican.
 65  F. Dogherty, publican.
  "    Wm. Dogherty, poultry, fruit and general merchant.
 67  J. Lloyd, cabinet maker.
 69  John Hamill, spirit dealer.
 71  Wm. Bammer, publican.
  ~  Fruit Market; retail.
  ~  Fruit Market; wholesale.
  ~  Potato and vegetable market
68,70&72  Wm. Dogherty's fowl and fruit stores.
  ~  Grain Market
 64  John McGrath, hay and straw dealer &c.
 62  Moses Meek, grocer.
  "    James Rea, hair cutter.
 60  Daniel Brown, grocer; shop, Great Edward Street.
 58 Daniel Brown's yard.
  56  F. Anderson, bell hanger and Venetian blind maker.
  54  James Kerr, builder.
  52  Mrs. Rice, meal and flour dealer, Castle Market.
  50  Miss Reid, dress maker.
  46  James O'Brien, agricultural implement manufacturer.
  42  May Street Iron Foundry; John Scott, proprietor; residence, 71
        Ormeau Road.
  32  Richardson, Sons & Owden's linen box manufactory; office,
        Donegall Place.
  30  James Thompson, grocer
  28  Thomas Hume, grain, flour and commission merchant.
  26  Horse Bazaar and Veterinary establishment; proprietor, W.
        McKenna, MRCVSL.; 42 Gloucester Street.
  24  James Morrison, Belfast Undertaking and Posting establish-
        ment; office and stables, Montgomery Road.
  ~   Wellington Hall.
        {  Clarendon Place  }
  ~   Belfast Music Hall.

MEADOW LANE
off Meadow Place

   1  William Hughes's flax and corn mill.
   2  Thomas Ross, labourer.
   3  Hugh McMullan, shoe maker.
   4  VACANT
   5  Mrs. Brown.
   6  Wm. Smith, brick layer.
   8  Agnes Harvey, mill worker.
   9  Thomas Steele, spinning master.
 10  James McCracken, care taker.
 11  Arthur Russell, carpenter.
 12  VACANT
 13  James Beeman, labourer.
 14  Thomas Keenan, seaman.
 15  John Crulman, labourer.
 16  VACANT
 17  Robert Wright, mechanic.
 18  Samuel Tomolson, fireman.
 19  Wm. Gough, labourer.

MEADOW PLACE
off Meadow Street

 10  Adam Ross, carter.
   8  Patrick McClory, groom.
   6  VACANT Yard.
   4  David Morton, boiler maker.
   2  Mrs. Johnston.

MEADOW STREET
off York Street

   1  John Blackstaff, draper.
   3  James McDonald, painter.
   7  Mr. Kent's Yard.
   9  George Growe, plasterer.
 11  Michael McLaughlin, linen lapper.
 13  Michael Reid.
 15  Jas. Charley, ship carpenter.
 17  Wm. Sweeny, mechanic.
 19  Wm. Creen, ship carpenter.
 21  Mrs. Henry.
23&25  John Purse, builder.
 35  Mr. Bradford's yard.
 49  Samuel Boyle, ship carpenter.
 51  Robert Mills, pilot.
 53  Jas. McNeille, salesman.
 55  Wm. Hutchinson, bookkeeper.
 57  Edward Lennon, sea captain.
 59  John K. Weir, Provincial Bank.
      VACANT Ground
 81  Chas. Petrey, ship builder.
 83  Thos. Flannigan, traveller.
 85  J. Anderson, foreman carpenter.
 87  John Campbell, clerk.
 78  Mrs. Madden, boarding house.
 76  Walter McBroom, cow dealer.
 74  Wm. Logan, clerk.
 38  Thos. Thompson, mill wright.
 36  Wm. Carleton, bookkeeper.
 34  Wm. McClenaghan, mill wright.
 32  James Hunter, steward for J. Arnott & Co.
 30  Chas. Goudy, cabinet maker.
 28  Mrs. Mary McClean, lodgings.
 24  John Walker, porter.
 22  Jas. McNeilly, carpenter.
 2-  Oliver Purvis, land steward
18&16  Erskine & Nicholl's stores and flour mills; office, Albert Squ.
 14  Hugh Hill, ship carpenter.
 12  Thomas McGiffen, seaman.
 10  Hugh Mussen, mechanic.
   8  Mrs. Snoddy.
   6  Chas. Beattie, carpenter.
   3  George Reid, ship carpenter.

MEEK'S COURT
off Barrack Street

ten small houses

MEETING-HOUSE LANE
off William Street

   1  John McGuigan, lock smith.
   3  John Mahon, coach builder.
   5  Chas. McMechan, labourer.
   7  VACANT
   9  VACANT
 10  Owen Magee, labourer.
   8  Thomas McIlveen, nailer.
   6  Amelia Perry, washer woman.
   4  Mrs. Harris, dealer.
   2  Margaret Rumsden, huckster.

MELBOURNE COURT
off Melbourne Street

eight small houses

MELBOURNE STREET
Brown Street to Townsend Street

   1  Brown Street Male and Female Schools.
   3  William Young, head master Brown Street School.
   5  Henry McHenry, shoe maker.
   7  H. Flannigan, cattle dealer.
   9  Wm. McKenzie, shoe maker.
 11 Thos. Strain, police constable.
 13  Joseph Croft, weigh master.
 15  Richd. Freckleton, writing clerk.
 17  Eliza King, confectioner.
 19  Esther McLaughlin.
 21  Thomas McDougall, lithographic printer.
 23  Samuel Green, grocer.
 25  Samuel Houston, grocer.
 27  John Garvey, slater.
 29  James Henry, sales man.
 31  Wm. Anderson, labourer.
 33 Eliza Thom, green grocer.
 35  side of Brass Foundry.
       {  Townsend Street  }
 38  Joseph Gordon, labourer.
  ~  Primitive Methodist Chapel; Rev. John Stroud.
 36  James Hooks, miller.
 34  Jas. McMurdy, tenter.
 32  Wm. John Harper, mechanic.
 30  Samuel Irvine, corkcutter.
 28  John Hare, carpenter.
 26  VACANT
 24  Wm. McFadden, iron moulder.
 22 Joseph Greenwood, mechanic.
 20  John Allen, fireman.
 18  John McMurdy, weaver.
 16  John Hill, shoe maker.
 14  George Irvin, shoe maker.
 12  James Henry, shoe maker.
 10  Mrs. Spence.
   8  Wm. Moffett, shoe maker.
   6  Thos. Steene, marble polisher.
4&2  Alex. Rogers, grocer.

MICHAEL STREET
Little George's Street

1&3  Jas. McCracken;s stores.
   5  James McFetridge, porter.
   7  Henry Clelland, porter.
   9  Charles Barry, master mariner.
 11  Mrs. Maher, dress maker.
 13  Thomas McGarry, sawyer.
 15  Wm. Charley, ship carpenter.
 17  Robert Hutchinson, sawyer.
 19  John Kerr, carpenter.
 21  Samuel Hall, mechanic.
 23  Thomas McCartney, spirit dealer.
 24  James Rogan, spirit dealer.
 22 Thomas McMahon, moulder.
 20  Thomas McWilliams, constable.
 18  John Johnstone, mill worker.
 16  Samuel Johnston, carpenter.
 14  Hugh Moore, mariner.
 12  John Hayes, salesman.
 10  Henry Hamill, cooper.
   8  David English, master mariner.
   6  Michael McMoran, alabaster manufacturer.
   4  Thomas McMaster, plasterer.

MILITIA ROW
Blackstaff Road

ten small houses

MILLAR'S LANE
off Berry Street

nine houses

MILLFIELD
Mill Street to North Street

1&3  VACANT
5&7  Henry McClesh, dealer.
    9  Mrs. Devine.
11&13  Patrick Smith, marine store.
  15  James Bell, constable.
  17  Mrs. Daly.
  19  Daniel O'Neill, labourer.
  21  Wm. Noble, nailer.
  23  Samuel Cinnamond, nailer.
  25  Charles McCore, marine store.
   "   M. Hanna, boarding house.
  27  Patrick O'Neill, spirit store.
  29  VACANT
  31  George Annette, fireman.
  33  John Mitchell, chimney sweep.
  35  Rose McKeown, grocer.
37&39  VACANT
  41  Mary Kennedy.
  43  Hugh Mealey, labourer.
  45  Yard.
  47  Clothworthy Dobbin's stores.
  49  Rose McCafferty, dealer.
  51  Solomon Willis, hay and straw dealer.
  53  Entry door
  55  Richard Trainor, labourer.
  57  Wm. Murray, labourer.
  59  Wm. Burns, spirit dealer.
61&63  Wm. Murphy, hackler.
  65  Margaret Daniel, mill worker.
  67  Eliza Madden.
  69  Francis Gelston, cooper.
  71  Charles Girvin, boiler maker.
  73  Alexander Finlay, labourer.
75&77  Henry Pritchard, green grocer.
  79  Elizabeth Rice, dress maker.
   81  John Ledget, sales man.
  83  entry door
  85  VACANT
  87  Edward McCahey, constable.
  89  Mrs. Dougall.
  91  Robert Smiley, pork cutter.
  93  Mary Lacey, lodgings.
  95  Kennedy Canning, labourer.
  97  Patrick McCaffry, labourer.
  99  Edward O'Neill, shoe maker.
101,103&105  Jas. Dougal, carter.
107  John O'Neill, labourer.
109  Charles McShane, brick layer.
111  Martha Duffy.
113  John McCullough, marine store.
115  James Adair, labourer.
117  John Burns, grocer.
119  John Sullivan, spirit dealer.
121  Wm. Cooke, labourer.
123  Keeran Lawler, blacksmith.
125  Hugh Shields, labourer.
127  VACANT
129  Mary Patterson.
131  Hugh Robinson, flax dresser.
133  John Harkin, marine store.
135  James Milligan, labourer.
139  Mary Maginnis, grocer and mattress and palliass
       manufacturer.
141  Margt. Meehan, washer woman.
143  Mrs. Holden.
145  Robt. Malone, lodgings.
184  hall door of John Loghran's house, Peter's Hill.
180  Henry Loughran, spirit dealer.
   ~  Gateway of Edward Tucker's starch works.
176&174  Jas. Magee, marine store.
172  Mrs. McCann.
170  Robert McWilliams, labourer.
168  Mary Courtenay.
166  James Judge, labourer.
164  Hugh Hayes, cabinet maker.
162  Henry Hart, shoe maker.
160  W. Burke, spectacle maker.
158  S. Haddock, labourer.
156  Edward Tucker's starch works; office, 17 Waring Street.
154  Hugh Fitzpatrick, weaver.
152  John McMillen, lodgings.
150  Anthony Kennedy, dealer.
148  Robert Johnston, cooper.
146  Robt. Swan, labourer.
  "    James Thornberry, tailor.
144  James Donnelly.
142  John Heaney, grocer and spirit dealer.
140  Felix Heaney, chandler.
138  Wm. Ferris, hay and straw dealer.
136  George McKnight, car owner.
134  John Brennan, confectioner.
132  Mrs. McCullough.
130  Rose McGraw.
128  Mary Hanna.
126  Thomas Hutchinson, hatter.
124  Michael Mallon, labourer.
122  Mary Harbinson.
120  Thos. Macklin, turner.
118  Mary Black.
116  Ellen Brady.
114  Wm. John Cavanagh, broker.
112&110  Patrick Higgins, barber.
108  Ralph Russell, grocer and spirit dealer.
106  Eliza Scott.
104  Patrick Cox, labourer.
102  Andrew Douglas, grocer.
100  Wm. Hunter, brick layer.
  98  John Gainer, labourer.
  96  Patrick Meighan, spirit dealer.
  94  Anne Marmion
92&90  VACANT
88&86  Wm. Johnston, aerated water manufacturer.
  84  John Keenan, dealer.
  82  John Scott, pawn broker.
  80  Mrs. Malcolmson.
  78  Samuel Pyper, saddler.
  76  Thos. Lind, boiler maker.
  74  Robt. Campbell, mechanic and grocer.
  72  Mrs. McGinness.
  70  David Tucker, grocer and spirit dealer.
  68  Patrick Graham, grocer.
  66  John Stevenson, dealer.
  64  J. Thompson, provision store.
  56  Wm. Bell, green grocer.
  54  H. McCool, brick layer.
                 two small houses
  48  A. J. Murray.
  46  Mrs. Hanlon.
  44  Michael Duffy, bleacher.
  42  John Kane, dyer and renovator.
  40  M. Reilly, custom house officer.
  38  John McGroghan, labourer.
  36  Francis King, labourer.
34&32  W. Vance, relieving officer.
                   five small houses
  24  Jas. McKeown, grocer and spirit dealer.
  18  J. Dillon, lodging
  16  J. Green, grocer and spirit dealer.
  14  James Lonsdale, labourer.
   ~  Mill Dam.
  10  Margt. Fields, lodgings.
    8  James Slevin, lodgings.
    6  James Bristan, labourer.
    4  James Bunting, confectioner.
    2  Richard Hassard, spirit dealer and grocer.

MILL STREET
Castle Street to Barrack Street

   1  M. W. Kinney, timber merchant.
   "   E. J. Monahan, chandler.
   3  Eliza Blair, dress maker.
   5  Henderson & Winnington, brass founders & gas fitters.
   7  E. M. Kinney & Co., boot and shoe makers.
   9  Matthew Johnston, painter, glazier and paper hanger.
 11  C. H. Ward, house and land agent
  "    G. S. Wilson, rectifying distiller.
 13  James Clarke, Prince of Wales bakery.
 15  James McAlister, slater.
 17  Eliza Crawford, grocer.
 19  Jas. Jenkins, pawn broker; office, Marquis Street.
 21  James Calendar, publican, currier and leather merchant.
 23  Thomas Morgan & Co., leather dealers.
 25  Wm. Wetherall; tan yard, residence, Holywood.
 27  James Blackburn, grocer and spirit dealer.
 29  Thomas Johnston.
 31  Patterson & Stevenson, bakers and flour merchants.
 33  Robert Greenhill.
 35  Wm. Dobbin & Co., grocers, druggists and spice merchants.
 39  Thomas Stevenson, tailor.
 41  Mat. Williamson, comb maker.
 43  Robert McKee, plumber.
  "    Mary Ann McKee, dress maker.
45&47  John Maginnis, wool and hide buyer.
 49  Hugh McGuirk, saddler.
  "    Robt. Greenhill's tan yard, shop and store.
 51  Francis Bigley, butcher.
 53  Robt. Black, lodging house.
  "    Jeremiah Popham, suspender maker.                                  cont  ^  >

            MILL STREET    continued

 55  J. McGuigan, lodgings.
 57  Patrick Hughes, barber.
 59  Edward McGuigan, butcher.
  "    Sarah Crawford, milliner.
 61  Corn Mill; Andrew Lyle, proprietor.
 63  VACANT
 72  Wm. Watt & Co., grocers.
70  Denis Crawford, spirit grocer.
 68  Terence McGuirk, green grocer.
 66  Wm. Johnston, green grocer.
64a&b  J. Branagan, publican.
 62  Owen Brady, publican.
 60  Hugh Sheals, shoe maker.
 58  David Wherry, grocer.
 56  James Barker, lodging house.
 54  H. Noon, grocer and publican.
 52  Wdl. Cunningham, gentleman.
 50  George Rollins, grocer.
  "   E. & M. Rollins, dress makers.
 48  Patrick McMullan, tanner and leather merchant.
 46  Wm. Walker, upholsterer.
 44  Samuel Campbell, house, rent and land agent.
 42  Surgeon James Mawhinney, medical hall.
 40  James Firth, spirit dealer, 1 King Street.
 38  Wm. Young, pawn broker.
  "    Samuel Wylie, painter.
 36  Wm. Burrows, chandler.
 34  F. Brown, painter and glazier.
 32  S. Gibson, druggist and grocer.
30&28  G. Duncan, hardware shop.
 28  Scott & Cinnamond, chandlers and grocers.
 26  George Scott, bookkeeper.
  "    Alexander Crawford, manufacturing chemist, dry salter &c.;
       residence, Mount Prospect, Lisburn Road.
 24  John McLorinan, chandler.
 20  Robt. McClenaghan, mill wright.
  "    Margaret McClenaghan, confectioner.
 18  Hugh Rea, spirit dealer.

         McClenaghan's Court
  ~  Reynolds Brothers, engineers and machine makers; residences
       Peter Reynolds, 9 Murray's Terrace; J. Reynolds, 18 Ardmoulin
       Buildings.
  ~  Scully & Shannon, plumbers, 18&16 Talbot Street.
 12  John Davison, tailor.
 10  Samuel McMullan, tailor.
  "    Ann McMullan, stay and corset maker.
   8  Miss E. Usher, servants' registry office.
   6  Samuel Cunningham, wine and spirit stores.
   4  Edward McEntee, stationer.
   2  John Murphy, grocer and spirit dealer.

MILFORD STREET
off Pound Street

1&3  James McGuickan, spirit dealer.
    5  Francis Macoun, law clerk.
    7  Kennedy Alderdice, groom.
    9  Mrs. Brien.
  11  Mrs. Smyth.
  13  Samuel Peel.
  15  James Gibson.
  17  Patrick Kerns, linen lapper.
  19  Thomas Brankin, carpenter.
  21  Wm. Nesbitt, mechanic.
  23  Bernard Smyth, miller.
  25  Jane McClure.
  27  Thomas Press, mill wright.
  29  Joseph Murray, clerk.
   ~  Mr. Burns' timber yard.
  57  John Mulholland, grocer.
  59  Francis McKenna, brass turner.
  61  John Johnson, sewed muslin agent.
  63  B. Carvil, steam loom dresser.
  65  David Nesbitt, mechanic.
  67  Thomas McAlister, hackler.
   ~  New Roman Catholic Chapel, in course of erection.
  69  Mrs. Cassidy.
  71  Thomas Mullan, labourer.
  73  Thomas Manville.
  95  Francis Brownlee, linen lapper.
  97  T. Mullan, steam loom dresser.
126  Patrick Rafferty.
124  Hugh Niblock, labourer.
122  Mrs. Ward.
120  Mrs. Collins.
118  Michael Maginn, flax dresser.
116  Mrs. Craig.
114  James McAnespie, carter.
112&110  James Magee, grocer.
108  Patrick Malone, shoe maker.
106  James Mallon, shoe maker.
104  John Donnelly, labourer.
102  Patrick Savage, carpenter.
100  Samuel Johnston, labourer.
  98  Henry Hagan, labourer.
  96  Mrs. Clarke,
  94  Wm. McCartney, mechanic.
  90  Curry McQuillan, carter.
  88  Mrs. Raddick.
  86  Wm. Campbell, labourer.
   "    N. Fitzsimmons, gardener.
  84  Mrs. Heburn.
  82  Patrick McCrudden, labourer.
  80  S. McCurry, labourer.
  78  Hugh Sye, fireman.
  76  James McAlannan, hackle maker.
  74  James McCullough, law clerk.
  72  Felix O'Neill, miller.
  70  James Corr, flax dresser.
  68  James Rafferty, linen lapper.
66&64  Samuel McMeekan, grocer.
  62  Bernard Conway, hackler.
  60  Patrick Woods, labourer.
  58  Mrs. Mallon.
  56  James McCall.
  54  Mrs. Maguire.
  52  Miss Harvey.
  50  John Macauley, black smith.
  48  Mrs. Houston.
  46  Patrick McHenry, grocer.
  44  Martin Kinsella, grocer.
           New houses in course of erection.
  40  James McAlister, brick layer.
  38  Michael Curran, grocer.
  20  James Corrigan, car man.
  18  Miss Rice, dress maker.
  16  John Brannigan, coal factor.
    6  Jane Patton.
    4  Charles Purkis, hackle maker.
    2  Mrs. Neill, refreshment rooms.

MILL LANE
Sandy Row

thirty seven small houses

MILLIKEN STREET
Falls Road

   1  Mrs. Connolly.
   2  James McMullin, labourer.

MILLVIEW PLACE
Townsend Street

eleven small houses

MILTON STREET
Falls Road

   2  Mrs. Lyons.
   4  Daniel Harkin, mill worker.
 22  R. McCaw, hackler.
 24  Alex. McClester, flax dresser.
 26  Johnston, Steele, constable.
 28  John Twigg, hackler.
 30  Daniel Stevenson, mechanic.
 32  Daniel Graham, hackler.
 34  James Caughey, hackler.
 36  Alex. McCardle, labourer.
 38  Wm. McBride, labourer.
 40  Robert Orr, labourer.

MINONEY'S ROW
Sandy Row to Great Victoria Street

thirty two small houses

MITCHELL'S ENTRY
112 High Street

  ~  James McKee, pawn broker.
   5  W. Spackman's rear entrance; shop, Victoria Street.
   7  A. O'D. Taylor's back entrance; office, Victoria Street.
   9  James Glenn's store; office, Victoria Street.
 11  John Hoy's store; office, Victoria Street.
 13  Francis Glenfield's store; shop, High Street.

MITCHELL'S ROW
Gardiner Street

two small houses

MITCHELL STREET
off Gardiner Street

   1  Hugh Cunningham, labourer.
   3  Andrew McAllen, labourer.
   5  James Nelson, confectioner.
   7  Wm. Young, miller.
   9  John McCallum, carpenter.
 11  Wm. Thompson, miller.
 13  Mrs. Hawkins.
 15  Jane Norris.
 17  Wm. McKittrick, weaver.
 19  Robert McCance, weaver.
 21  Ann Getty.
 23  John Geary, weaver.
 25  Wm. J. Shaw, car man.
 27  Yard.
 29  Wm. Stewart, brick layer.
 30  Henry Collins, pensioner.
 28  Wm. Martin, weaver.
 26  David Hamilton, labourer.
 24  Joseph Daly, weaver.
 22  George Johnston, weaver.
 20  Charles Gorman, weaver.
 18  Mrs. Salisbury.
 16  Robert McMullan, weaver.
 14  Robert McKeown, weaver.
 12  Richd. McConnell, labourer.
 10  William Lennon, labourer.
   8  Gateway.
   6  James Stirret, car driver.
   4  Bernard Donaghy, labourer.
   2  John Cullin, coal porter.

MOFFET STREET
off Henry Street

   1  Wm. Kennedy, labourer.
   3  Margaret Seberry.
   5  James Leburn, porter.
   7  Mrs. Rooney.
   9  John Shields, labourer.
 11  David Morrison, tailor.
 13  Robert Neill, shop man.
 15  John Moran, labourer.
 17  Thomas Ellis, sales man.
 19  Rebecca Brackenridge, widow.
 21  John Johnson, labourer.
 23  James Russell, lath cutter.
 25  Joseph White, labourer.
 29  John Dunne, car owner.
  "    Eliza Canning.
 31  John Patterson, stone cutter.
 40  John McLornan, carpenter.
 38  Thomas Brownlee, flax dresser.
 36  James Douglass, sawyer.
 34  James Allen, sawyer.
 32  Michael Nelson, labourer.
 30  David Donnelly, labourer.
 28  Rose Kelly.
 26  Isaac Mayne, labourer.
 24  Patrick Moore, tailor.
 22  Patrick Ingram, labourer.
 20  Andrew Alexander, grocer.
 18  Anne Cunningham.
 16  Hugh McIlhone, labourer.
 14  John Bell, labourer.
 12  Alexander Brittain, porter.
 10  James McGuickan, porter.
   8  Thos. Allen, labourer.
   6  Wm. Gordon, slater.
   4  John McGuigan, porter.
   2  Elizabeth Shannon.

MOLYNEAUX STREET
Little George's Street

twenty small houses

MONTGOMERY STREET
Chichester Street to May Street

1&3  Ulster Coach Factory; John Kennedy & Son, proprietors;
        residence, 18 Clarendon Place.
   5  Wm. Renton, spirit dealer.
7&9  W. & M. Mulryne, coach makers.
 11  James Hunter, Dunmurry Mills, flour stores.
 13  George Gillespie, linen lapper.
  ~  Wellington Hall.
   8  James Morrison's posting establishment.
   4  Edwin Payne, bookkeeper.
   2  John Robson's posting establishment; residence, 31 Chichester
       Street.

MOONEY'S COURT
off Pinkerton's Row

twelve small houses

MOORE'S PLACE
Lower Malone

   1  Boyne Tavern; Mary Magill, proprietor.
   2  Wm. Morgan, sawyer.
   3  John Rea, railway constable.
   4  John McDowell, labourer.
   5  Richard Campbell.
        VACANT Ground

MORRISON'S COURT
Boundary Street

three small houses

MORROW'S ENTRY
Hill Street

eighteen small houses

MOUNT CHARLES
University Road

  ~  Hugh Allen, grocer, wine, spirit dealer and posting establishment
   4  Jas. M. Edmonds, general commission agent; office, 21 Waring
       Street.
   2  Robert Hanna, Northern Bank.
   6  James Bruce, newspaper editor.
   8  Dr. Hodges, professor in Queen's College.
 10  VACANT
 12  O'D Grimshaw, in general post office.
 14  B. T. Hewitt; office, 1 Donegall Street.
  16  Colonel Moody, RE.
  19  Henry Love, shop, Church Lane.
  17  Wm. Mullan; shop, Donegall Place.
  15  Mrs. Wilson.
  13  Mrs. Gamble.
  11  Samuel M. Caldwell; office, Castle Chambers.
   9  Thomas Kennedy.
   7  Colonel Child.
   5  VACANT
   3  John McAdam.
   1  Edward Walsh, in general post office.
 38  James Magee, linen merchant.
 40  Agustus (Augustus) Ferrar, manager for Jaffe Bros.; office, Bedford
       Street.

MOUNTJOY STREET
Shankill Road

   ~  James Liddy, linen weaving factory.
   ~  George Lewis, cotton weaving factory.
            twenty two houses

MOUNT PLEASANT
Crumlin Road

   1  Wm. Crawford, gentleman.
   2  Rev. J. W. Collins, minister of College Square North Presbyterian
       Church.
   3  George Hughes, linen merchant.
   4  Jas. Tilley, proprietor of Matier Street weaving factory.
   5  John Ewart, mill manager.

MOUNTVIEW
Crumlin Road

   1  Miss Officer.
 43  W. j. Johnston, wholesale grocer, Ann Street.
 45  Robert Mathison, clerk.
 47  H. Graham, hatter &c., Bridge Street.
 49  Wm. Home, gentleman.
 51  Major Ellis.
 53  Hugh White, of Messrs. Neill & White, Winecellar Entry.

MURPHY'S LANE
off Verner Street

   1  James Ward's grain stores; residence, 67 Verner Street.
   3  Patrick Flynn, meal and flour dealer.
   5  John Ireland, dealer.
   8  William Lavery, picture frame maker.
   6  A, Morgan.
   4  Mrs. Toye.
   2  Charles Savage, shoe maker.
  ~  Thomas Quinn, grocer.

MURPHY'S COURT
off Little George's Street

a number of small houses

MURPHY'S ROW
off Barrack Street

nine small houses

MURPHY STREET
Verner Street to Eliza Street

   1  Thomas Quinn, grocer.
   3  John McCartenay (McCartney) labourer.
   5  Murphy Street National School; teacher, Mrs. Crossley.
   "   Wm. Gray, carpenter.
   7  Wm. Benson, carpenter.
   9  Eliza Watson.
 11  Mrs. Fullerton's pottery.
 13  Mrs. Martin.
 15  Wm. Doherty, agent for Ulster Canal Company.
 17  Henry Connolly, flax merchant.
 19  H. McKeown, brick layer.
 21  James Cochrane, coach painter.
 23  Wm. Steed, tailor.
 25  Daniel Morgan, stone mason.
 22 VACANT
 20  W. McAree, dealer.
 18  Mrs. McIlveen.
 16  Patrick Trainor, labourer.
 14  H. Cleland, painter.
 12  Manus Burns, dealer.
 10  W. Crawford, brick layer
   8  J. Smiley, pork cutter.
   6  Thomas Savage, brick layer.
   4  Mrs. Smith.
   2  Mrs. Long, huckster.

MURRAY'S TERRACE
College Square

   1  Miss Cullimore.
   2  Joseph Gilmore, superintendent at Messrs. A. & S. Henry's,
       Wellington Place.
   3  Samuel Taylor, bookkeeper.
   4  Wm. Gregg, hardware merchant.
   5  Daniel R. Brannigan, wine and spirit merchant; store, 43 North St.
   6  A. O'D. Taylor, linen and yarn merchants &c., office, Victoria St.
   7  Miss Hincks.
   8  A. G. S. McCullough, agent for Messrs. Burns, Steam Shipping
      Company, Glasgow.
   9  Captain Shaw, superintendent of police.

MURRAY'S COURT
off Little George's Street

five small houses and stables

MUSIC HALL LANE
from Upper Arthur Street to Montgomery Street

   1  Abraham Bell, cabinet maker.
               four small houses

MUSTARD STREET
off John Street

 11  Peter Blake, blacksmith.
 13  Charles McKinley, shoe maker.
 15  Mrs. Graham.
 17  Henry Daley, labourer.
 19  Andrew Greer, labourer.
 21  Kendrick McCoy, grocer.
 23  VACANT
 25  Robt. Hayes, constable.
 27  Thomas Rogers, painter.
 29  Mary Neill, mangler.
 31  James McIlvenny, carter.
 33  Mrs. Irvine.
 35  A, McQuaide, grocer and publican, Union Street, rear entrance.
 37  Wm. Bowan, grocer, Union Street, rear entrance.
 39  Mrs. Gregory.
 41  Mrs. Carson.
 43  Daniel Campbell, labourer.
 45  Wm. Downs, pork cutter.
 49  John Reynolds, labourer.
 51  John Regan, clock maker.
 53  D. Charters, shoe maker.
 55  Wm. Boomer.
 57  Patrick Gough, labourer.
 59  Wm. Keenan, grocer.
 65  VACANT
 67  Joseph Foster, labourer.
 69  Mrs. Greer.
 71  W. J. Ferguson, grocer.
 73  Samuel Todd.
 75  Joseph Martin, stone cutter.
 77  Mrs. Martin, dealer.
 79  Mrs. McCullough.
 81  John Britton, spirit dealer.
 86  James Munro, pork cutter.
 84  J. McKinney, coal dealer.
82&80  James Munroe, dealer.
 78  Wm. Gaffie, nailer.
 76  Thomas Connolly, porter.
 74  J. Cunningham, tobacco spinner.
 72  Charles Graham, dealer.
 70  Sarah McAlister.
 68  John Donnelly, labourer.
 66  Thomas McIlwaine, labourer.
 64  Wm. Craig, labourer.
 63  Terence Devlin.
 60  Mrs. Kelly.
 56  Robert Mulholland.
 54  Mrs. Kearns.
 50  Ellen Lindsay.
 46  Thos. Dewart, dealer.
 44  John Wright, labourer.
 36  Mrs. Nelson.
 32  Jas. McCann.
 30  John McCaslin, cooper.
 26  Daniel Keenan, tobacco spinner.
 24  John Devlin, brick layer.
 22  Mrs. Mallon.
 20  John Hughes, painter.
 18  Mary Donaldson, dealer.
 16  Charles Liddy, pavier.
 14  Wm. Steen, painter.
 10  Thomas Bigger, provision and butter merchant.
   2  James Scott, spirit dealer.

McAREAVY'S COURT
off Verner Street

four small houses

McAULEY'S BUILDINGS
off York Street

forty four small houses

McAULEY'S PLACE
McAuley's Street

three small houses

McAULEY STREET
off Cromac Street

   1  VACANT
   3  Samuel Carson, labourer.
   5  John McMullin, labourer.
   7  Moses Leatham, in gas works.
   9  David Mahony, labourer.
 17  William Clarke, warper.
 19  Ann Donnelly, fowl dealer.
 21  VACANT
 23  Edward Graham, labourer.
 25  Wm. Newell, labourer.
 27  Samuel McBride, in gas works.
 29  Wm. Magurnahan, cow keeper.
 31  John Gordon, carter.
 33  Yard
 35  Francis Mulholland, labourer.
41&43  Wm. Gourley, grocer.
 30  rear entrance to Eliza Street Flax Spinning Company.
 20  Samuel Roney, horse dealer.
 18  Alexander Mills, waiter.
 16  Robert Nicholl, baker.
 14  Mrs. Adams.
 12  Hugh Simpson, brick layer.
 10  James Wilson, bookkeeper.
   8  Andrew McDougan, mechanic.

McCLEAN'S ENTRY
off Marquis Street

four small houses

McCONKEY'S ENTRY
Brown Square

five small houses

McCLELLAND'S LANE
Peter's Hill to Old Lodge Road

   ~  Thos. McCullough's lime works.
            twenty six small houses

McCONKEY'S COURT
Brown's Square

three small houses

McCULLY'S PLACE
off Peter's Hill

four small houses

McDOWELL'S COURT
off Durham Street

seventeen small houses

McDOWELL'S ENTRY
off Durham Street

twenty small houses

McFARLAND'S COURT
New Lodge Road

twelve small houses

McFARLAND'S COURT
Wesley Place

six small houses

McIVOR'S PLACE
off Wilson Street, Millfield.

   2  Andrew McIvor.
   3  Hugh Campbell, linen lapper.
   6  Daniel McClinton, carter.
   8  James McDowell, carter.
 10  Wm. John Beattie, tailor.
 12  John Ferris, porter.
 14  John McBride, carter.
 11  John Wylie, cooper.
   9  Samuel Martin, porter.
   7  Mrs. Fitzgerald.
   5  Alexander Brown, baker.
   3  John Dogherty, labourer.
   1  James Blessington, labourer.

McKIBBIN'S COURT
off North Street

twenty one small houses

McKILPEN'S COURT
Nelson Street

ten small houses

McMILLEN'S PLACE
off Durham Street

   1  Felix McIlvogue, shoe maker.
   3  Patrick McEntee, black smith.
   5  Wm. Hill, labourer.
   7  James McQuillan, mechanic.
   9  Roger McLaughlin, dealer.
 11  Mrs. McVeigh.
 13  H. F. Loughran, nail maker.
 15  John Allen, labourer.
 17  Terence Creighan, porter.
 19  John Keenan, sawyer.
 21  Wm. Colligan, labourer.
 23  Bernard Dogherty, overseer.
 25  Robert Strong, carpenter.
 27  John Donnelly, printer.
 29  James Martin, carpenter.
 31  Robert Caugheron, carpenter.
 33  Robert Sloan, carpenter.
 35  Wm. Roddy, shoe maker.
 37  James McCracken, brick layer.
   2  Henry McLarnon.

McNAMARA'S COURT
off New Lodge Road

thirteen small houses

McSTAY'S COURT
New Lodge Road

two small houses

McTIER'S COURT
off North Street

thirteen small houses, principally occupied by chimney sweeps.

McTIER STREET
Shankill Road to Old Lodge Road

    1  Mrs. Henry.
    3  Mrs. Brown.
    5  Mrs. Walker.
7,9,11&13  Unfinished houses
  15  Mrs. Houston.
  17  James Faloon, weaver.
  19  John Duncan, starch maker.
  21  John Boyd, dealer.
  23  Mrs. McClenaghan.
  25  Henry Fittis, porter.
  27  James Forsythe, bread server and grocer.
  29  VACANT
31&33  Elizabeth Gaskin.
  35  Wm. McCormick, labourer.
  37  Robert Wilkinson, weaver.
  39  James Mullan, weaver.
  41  James Hillis, shoe maker.
  43  ? Barr, labourer.
  45  David Cesar, shoe maker.
  47  Francis Purcell, shoe maker.
  49  John Courtenay, carter.
  51  Lowry Cunningham, plasterer.
  53  Samuel Weir, stone cutter.
  55  Philip Hately, hackle setter.
  57  Wm. McIlroy, wood turner.
  59  Thos. Johnstone, builder, 109 North Street.
  61  Samuel Parkinson, brick layer.
  63  Wm. McFettridge, brick layer.
  65  John Dempster, linen lapper.
  67  Mrs. Clurker.
  69  Richard Hewey, porter.
  71  James Meharg, baker.
  73  Thomas Taylor, glazier.
  75  Samuel Gribben, black smith.
  77  David Whitley, painter &c.
  79  Mrs. Blackburn.
  81  Gregory McLaughlin, publican.
  83  Thos. Fanning, shoe maker.
  85  Thos. Stewart, labourer.
  87  John Martin, turnkey in jail.
  89  Hugh Murphy, labourer.
  91  John Carothers, shoe maker.
  93  John Murray, labourer.
  95  Wm. Fenton, shoe maker.
  97  Mrs. Green.
  99  J. Graham, lithographic printer.
101  VACANT
103  Edward Burns, pork cutter.
105  VACANT
107  Edward Heaney, labourer.
109  James McFarland, engineer.
111 John McIlhenny, clerk.
113  James Bruce, timber buyer.
116  John Edmunds, sergeant in Antrim Rifles.
100  James Caruthers, baker.
  98  Wm. McCracken, grain dealer.
  96  Thomas Smith, clerk.
  94  Isaac Williamson, mechanic.
  92  George Murdoch, labourer.
  90  James Getty, engineer.
  88  Thomas Orr.
  86  Yard.
  84  Robert Hood, labourer.
  82  James Graham, labourer.
  80  James Scott, carpenter.
  78  John McLarnon, carpenter.
  76  Miss Bailie, dress maker.
  74  Charles McDowell, clerk.
  72  Jeremiah Smith, salesman.
  70  Malcolm Faloon, bleacher.
  68  James McDonald, pensioner.
  64  John Dunbar, labourer.
  62  Wm. John Thompson, porter.
  60  Wm. Dogherty, painter.
  58  John Carvill, warper.
  56  John Hill, baker.
  54  James Galway, porter.
  52  Robert Stevenson, bread server.
  50  Samuel Meneely, watch man.
48&46  John Wright, grocer.
  44  Thomas Skeath, weaver.
  42  Andrew Forsythe, labourer.
  40  Francis Coburn, constable.
  38  Wm. Coburn, watch man.
  36  James Campbell, carpenter.
  34  James Kane, labourer.
  32  Neill McGeown, grocer.
  30  Samuel Davidson, car driver.
  28  Hugh O'Neill, pork cutter.
  26  Robert Irwin, constable.
  24  Wm. Lowry, labourer.
  22  Phoebe Quinn.
  20  Wm. Aickin, labourer.
  18  John Callender, mill worker.
  16  James Mullan.
  14  Mrs. Kelly.
  12  Robert Galt, mechanic.
  10  John Hail, smith.
    8  Joseph Johnstone, mill wright.
    6  Robert Williamson, mill wright.
    4  Wm. Milligan, shoe maker.
    2  Patrick Kane, coal carter.

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