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1880 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

 

Advertisements at Front of Book

Indexes etc. part 1
Indexes etc. part 2

Historical Description

O P Q

BELFAST STREET DIRECTORY
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STREETS - ALPHABETICALLY

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

OAK STREET
Donegall Pass to Eliza Street

   2. Byrne, John, clerk
   4. Wright, John, publican
     Vacant Ground
     The McQuiston Schools

OBAN STREET
Gaffikin Street to Napier Street

   2. Saunderson, William, clerk
   4. Robinson, Joseph, moulder
   6. Geddis, John, shoe maker
   8. Mills, James, coachman
 10. McCartney, Saml., carter

OBERON VILLAS
See Ballynafeigh

OCEANIC AVENUE
Duncairn Street to Limestone Road

1 & 2 Glasgow, Saml., cashier
   3 Dunbar, S. H., tailor
4 & 5 vacant
   6. Reid, Robert, draper
7, 8 & 9 Vacant

ODESSA STREET
Off Sevastopol Street

     Vacant Ground
 20. McCaul, Michael, bundler
 22. Robinson, Jas., machine master
 24. Mullen, Bernard, bundler
 26. Murphy, John, moulder
     Ross, William & Co., Flax Spinners, Clonard Mills, Falls Road

O'HAGGERTY COURT
Off Boundary Street
Eight small houses

O'HAGGERTY STREET
Greenland Street to Boundary Street
Seven small houses

O'KANE'S PLACE
Off Newtownards Road
Four small houses                                  
Kerr, Patrick, builder                               

OLDPARK CRESCENT
See Oldpark Road

OLDPARK ROAD
Off Crumlin Road

   1. Williams, William, flesher
   3. Ginger, John, traveller
   5. Houston, George, flesher
   7. Trimble, William, boot & shoe manufacturer
   9. Morrow, Robert, grocer & provision merchant
........Foyle Street intersects.........
11 & 13 Thompson, James N., Northern Bakery
 15. Dudgeon, James, boot & shoe maker
 17. Vacant
.........Bann Street intersects.........
 19. Bruce, James, grocer
 21. Woods, William, grocer
.........Shannon Street intersects...........
                                McDowells' Place
 23. Harrison, William, loan office
 25. McQuade, Jas., confectioner
.........Suir Street intersects............
 27. Vacant
 29. Wilson, Frederick, flour merchant
 31. Reid, James, stationer
 33. Trimble, William
 35. McAdam, James, linen merchant
                                  Park Lodge
     Dobbin, William, merchant
                             Rowallen House
     Vacant
                             Benwell Terrace
 61. Dougal, Wm. John, cashier
 63. Wallace, J. S., timber merchant
 65. Moorhead, Robert, tea merchant
 67. Vacant
 69. Harbinson, Robert, traveller
 71. Knox, William, linen trade
 73. Elliott, Archibald, draper
 75. Harrison, John, spirit grocer
 79. Owens, Ellen
 81. White, Alexander, band master
 83. Trimble, William, captain
 85. Burrows, Israel, book keeper
     Hind, John, J.P., porter lodge
     Cairns, Alexander, gardener
                      Rushfield Terrace
 96. Creighton, Robert H., clerk
 94. McMillan, David, accountant
 92. Graham, Henry, lieutenant
 90. McCann, Michl., excise officer
.........Louisa Street intersects...........
                               Vermont Lodge
     Boyd, Nathaniel
........Hillview Street intersects...........
 60. McMahon, James, spirit store
 56. Shaw, James
     Beechpark National School, Brown, Adam, principal
 48. Brown, Adam, teacher
 46. Allen, John, traveller
 44. Gray, Mrs.
 42. Bathurst, John
.........Byron Street intersects..........
                            Oldpark Cottages
 40. Vacant
 38. Williamson, John, flax & tow merchant
.........Benwell Street intersects..........
                           Oldpark Crescent
 32. Bell, William, spirit merchant
 30. Burns, Thomas, hatter
 28. McNabb, James, captain
 26. Shaw, O'Connell, harbour office
 24. Robinson, John, stone merchant
 22. Carter, William, flax spinner

OMAR STREET
Falls Road to Ross Street
A number of small houses
Belfast Spinning & Weaving Company
Six small houses

ORANGEFIELD
Beersbridge Road
Houston, J. B., J.P., D.L.

ORCHARD STREET
Canning Street to Bentinck Street

   1. Neill, Jos., railway guard
   3. O'Neill, Bern., engine driver
   5. McKeown, Michael, tailor
   7. Coffey, Wm., ship carpenter
   9. Robinson, James, clerk
 11. Boyd, Alex., pattern maker
 13. Sergeant, J., customs officer
 15. McKeen, Thomas
   6. White, Mrs.
   4. Morton, Henry, labourer
   2. Stewart, Mrs.

ORMEAU ROAD
Cromac Street to Ormeau Bridge

    1. McMullan, E., family grocer, wine & spirit dealer
    3. McCandless, T., clerk of works
    5. Harper, Eliza, dress maker
    7. McComb, James, tailor
    9. Galloway, Miss, dressmaker
  11. Anderson, John, engraver
  13. Cunningham, A., dress maker
  15. Curry, William, grocer
..........Lindsay Street intersects..........
  17. Scott, John, pawn broker
  19. Vacant
  21. Johnston, Wm., hair dresser
  23. Munce, James, flesher
  25. Coyle, Daniel, wholesale grocery & spirits (The Ulster House)
.........Howard Street intersects.........
27, 29 Gibson, William J., (The Ormeau Arms)
  31. McClure, Thos., labourer
  33. Wilson, S., linen lapper
  35. Kane, Mrs.
  37. Boyd, James, brick layer
  39. Millar, James, painter
  41. Hughes, M., telegraph clerk
  43. Bell, Mrs.
     Post Office Pillar Box
..........Donegall Pass intersects..........
                                 Ormeau Terrace
  45. Beggs, Robert, bank clerk
  47. Williamson, Miss, dress maker
  49. Quigley, Mrs.
  51. Currie, Hugh, iron monger
  53. Maginnis, Miss
  55. Vacant
  57. Wilson, Miss
  57. Copeland, Hugh S., printer
  59. Benson, Miss
  61. Shaw, James
  63. Wade, Mrs.
  65. Moore, Mrs.
  67. Stitt, Miss
  69. Harrison, George
  71. Somerset, Miss
..........Ormeau Street intersects..........
  73. Dyas, Mrs.
  75. Simms, The Misses
  77. Taylor, John, cabinet maker
  79. Dunn, Robert
  81. Robinson, John
  83. Thompson, Mrs., linen manufacturer
..........Havelock Street intersects..............
..........Belfast Central Railway intersects.............
     Entrance to Ormeau Station
     Ormeau Road Wesleyan Church, Green, Rev. J. E., minister, Higginson, Nelson, sexton
........McClure Street intersects...........
                             Cooke Terrace
    1. Carswell, Robert, stationer
    2. Simpson, John, M.D.
3, 4, 5, 6 Vacant
                            Carvill's Terrace
    5. Smith, Maunsel, coal agent
    4. Busby, Gawn, draper
    3. Chapman, Wm. E., secretary Life Association of Scotland
    2. Shaw, David, grocer
    1. Carvill, Wm., spirit merchant
     Smith, John, pawn broker
     Fair, James, builder
........Essex Street intersects..........
133. Vacant
135. Batt, William
137. Vacant
139. Harper, William
                             Glenfield Place
141. Stevenson, Rev. S. B.
143. Allen, Robert S., printer
145. McGlade, Francis, merchant
147. Moore, Samuel, provision merchant
149. Thompson, S. A., inspector
151. Drean, Thomas, book keeper
153. O'Neill, John, architect
155. Greer, Mrs.
..........University Street intersects.............
                            Liscard Terrace
    1. Glenfield, Francis
    2. Vacant
    3. Jackson, William, architect
    4. Lefevre, G., foreign correspondent
..........Fitzroy Avenue intersects............
                         Cromac Park Terrace
    1. Stewart, Robert, auctioneer
    2. Baird, Mrs.
    3. Meek, Moses, merchant
    4. Walker, Thomas R., cashier
    5. Gainsford, Richard, foreign correspondent
    6. Vacant
    7. Crawford, Robert, machine hemming & finishing
     Martin, H. & J., contractors
                           Cromac Park House
     Neill, James, King Street Mills
                           Cambridge Terrace
    1. Turtle, James, collar & cuff manufacturer
    2. Gilmore, Owen
    3. McAuley, Joseph, solicitor
                                Hampton Villa
     Keegan, Mrs.
                                Hampton Court
     Burns, James, labourer
                              ______________

                           Cricket View Cottage
     Dunseith, James, butcher
     North of Ireland Cricket Ground, Hayes, Thos., caretaker
124. Jennings, A., customs officer
122. Lennon, Thomas
..........Cooke Street intersects............
                                 Park Place
118. McKeown, William
116. Linden, M. R.
114. McLeary, Henry
112, 110 & 108 Vacant
.........Lavinia Street intersects..........
     Belfast Corporation Gas Works, Stelfox, James, manager
    8. Vacant
    6. Lewis, Samuel, overseer
    4. Loughlin, Nathaniel, draper
    2. Yard & stores belonging to Gas Works

ORMEAU STREET
Off Ormeau Road

   1. Magill, Mrs.
     Vacant Ground
........Coyle Street intersects..........
   7. Cuddy, Robert, butler
   9. Magilton, Thomas, miller
 11. Phillips, Charles, law clerk
 13. McGurk, Joseph, book keeper
 15. Woods, Mrs.
 17. Davey, Henry, cattle dealer
 19. Herd, Robert, compositor
 21. Brown, John, watchman
.........Coyle's Place intersects.........
.........Walnut Street intersects...........
                               _______________

 40. Baxter, Mrs.
 38. King, George, porter
 32. Jordan, Alexander
 30. McGillon, David, baker
 28. Vacant
 26. Dyer, Mrs.
 24. Meharg, James
 22. McLaughlin, Mrs.
 20. O'Leary, M., linen manager
 18. Heasley, William, cashier
 16. Deering, William, clerk
 14. Watson, John
 12. Ritchie, Mrs.
 10. Jamison, George, fitter
.........Havelock Place intersects..........
   8. Cooch, Mrs.
   6. Hoy, Thomas

ORMEAU TERRACE
See Ormeau Road

ORMOND COURT
Off Ormond Street
Six small houses

ORMOND STREET
Ross Street to Raglan Street

   1. Bolan, John, grocer
   3. Raivey, Henry, flax dresser
   5. McVey, James, dealer
   7. McCann, Thomas, labourer
   9. Donnelly, Owen, labourer
 11. Trodden, Edward, carpenter
 13. McKee, James, lithographer
 15. Francis, Peter, slater
 17. McGuigan, Mrs.
 19. Leslie, Thomas, labourer
 21. McGrath, John, labourer
.........Ormond Court intersects...........
 23. McCafferty, Richard, labourer
 25. Cunningham, Thos., labourer
 27. Rafferty, Michael, labourer
 29. Corr, Mrs.
 31. Daly, Mrs.
                                ______________

 18. Gallagher, Charles, tailor
 16. McCavanagh, Michl., painter
 14. Leeson, James, carpenter
 12. Kilcone, James, labourer
 10. Leathem, Mrs.
   8. Lingan, John, mechanic
   6. Cashley, Mrs.
   4. King, Patrick, labourer
   2. Robinson, George, pensioner

ORR'S ENTRY
Off High Street
Harvey, William, bill poster

OSBORNE STREET
Lawther Street to Robina Street

     Vacant Ground
   5. Little, John, flax buyer
   7. Blair, James, porter
   9. Huey, William, coachman
 11. Currie, John, gardener
 13. Clarke, George, clerk
 15. Simmington, Robt., labourer
 17. McDowell, Thomas, labourer
 19. McGinley, Patrick, porter
 21. Steenson, John, painter
 23. Craig, Robert, porter
 25. Elliott, William, cloth passer
 27. Culbert, James, carter
 29. Topping, James, missionary
 31. Smith, James, coachman
 33. Potts, James, labourer
 35. Phillips, Samuel, labourer
 37. Surgeny, George, plumber
 39. McCabe, Patrick, labourer
 41. McCullough, James, butler
 43. Hunt, Benjamin, labourer
 45. Kelly, William H., caulker
 47. Kernaghan, Alexander
 49. Leckey, Charles, carter
 51. Hillis, Arthur
 53. Huey, Thomas, labourer
 55. McMaster, Elizabeth
 57. Williamson, W., harbour constable
 59. Drummond, John, watchman
 61. Fitzsimons, Joseph, carpenter
 63. Gateway
 65. McGookin, Francis, milkman
 67. McCormick, Mary
 69. Little, John, draper
 71. Meldrew, David, carpenter
                               ____________

 74. Steenson, Mary
 72. Owens, John, mechanic
 70. Carlisle, Charles
 68. McCarroll, Robert, carpenter
 66. McDonnell, James, clerk
 64. Doyle, Henry, seaman
 62. Quinn, Hugh, teacher
 60. McCullin, Hugh, baker
     Houses in course of erection
     Vacant Ground
 38. Girvan, Hugh, carpenter
 36. Purvis, Joseph, plasterer
 34. McLean, Samuel, carter
 32. Devine, William, teacher
 30. Cunningham, Samuel, labourer
 28. Grey, James, boiler maker
 26. Anderson, James, black smith
 24. Heaney, James, stone cutter

OSBORNE TERRACE
See Lisburn Road

OUTRAM STREET
Off Havelock Place

1 & 3 White, R., spirit dealer
   5. Curry, John, stone cutter
   7. Watt, Francis, labourer
   9. Blaney, John, black smith
 11. Ferguson, John, gas fitter
 13. Rolston, William, painter
 15. Campbell, Hugh, linen lapper
 17. Lyons, John, shoe maker
 19. Stoops, Henry, fireman
 21. Stothers, James,   do.
      Houses in course of erection
 39. Burke, George, labourer
 41. English, Mrs.
 43. Reid, John, labourer
 45. Boyle, James, painter
 47. Reid, Samuel, labourer
 49. Sloan, Samuel, carter
                                 ______________

 50. Magee, Jas., tramcar driver
 48. Pollock, James, fireman
 46. McHenry, John, labourer
 44. McKissock, James, carter
 42. Robinson, John, fireman
 40. Garrett, Alexander, labourer
 38. Reid, Andrew,   do.
 36. Donaldson, W., collar cutter
 34. Topping, John, labourer
 32. Hutchinson, Alex., fireman
 30. Cochrane, Mrs.
 28. Vacant
 26. Fisher, Joseph, shoe maker
 24. Montgomery, Gawn, labourer
 22. Vacant
 20. Walsh, Daniel, coachman
 18. Curless, James, gas fitter
 16. Black, Mrs.
 14. Compston, Wm., engraver
 12. Patterson, Joseph, labourer
 10. Ard, Hugh, cork cutter
   8. Price, Thomas, brick layer
   6. Dickson, James, labourer
   4. King, William, cloth passer
   2. Vacant

OXFORD STREET

10 & 12 Pentland, Wm., horse dealer
     Pork Market, Robt. Steed, inspector
     Flax & Fruit Market
     Retail Fruit Market
     Waring, Mary, Fruit Dealer
     McGahen, James, Fruit & Vegetable Merchant
     Kelly, Hugh, fruit merchant
     Cooke, James,   do.
     Mullan, Patrick,   do.
     Thomson, Rollins,   do.
     Cattle Market
     Cooper, J. B., Central Railway Offices
                                  ___________

     Relf, Robt. Thos., contractor
     St. Malachy's Christian Brothers' Schools, Mr. Slattery, principal
     Gordon & Colgan, cattle salesman
     Wheeler, Chas. C., slate & tile merchant
     McManus, Chas., spirit dealer
........Townhall Street intersects.............
     Potato & Vegetable Market, side entrance
........May Street intersects...........

PACIFIC AVENUE
Oceanic Avenue to Atlantic Avenue

   1. Erskine, John, builder
   3. Campbell, Joseph, agent
   5. Moat, John, printer
   7. Vacant
     Houses in course of erection

PAKENHAM LANE
rear of Pakenham Street

     Davidson, Wm. & Richard, carpenters & builders

PAKENHAM PLACE
See Dublin Road

PAKENHAM STREET
Dublin Road to Donegall Pass

   1. Cleland, Thos., hosiery buyer
   3. Kirwan, Mrs.
   5. McIvor, Miss Martha
   7. Baxter, Francis R., stationer
   9. Robinson, Mrs.
 11. Higginbotham, Mrs.
 13. Hanna, Crozier, pawn broker
 15. Cinnamond, Mrs.
 17. McCaldin, Miss Martha
 19. Johnston, Mrs., dress maker
                               ______________

 20. Hinds, John, compositor
 18. Watson, John, over looker
 16. Gowdy, Mrs.
 14. Bradshaw, Thos., over looker
 12. Mathews, H. E. Stuart
 10. Dunlop, Thomas
   8. McMahon, T. J., commercial traveller
   6. Malet, Lycester, clerk
   4. Rollins, Samuel, clothier
   2. Davison, Thomas, carpenter
 2b. Pakenham, R. J., manager

PALMERSTON STREET
Grosvenor Street to Hutchinson Street

   1. McCoubrey, Wm., side entrance
   3. Richardson, T., railway guard
   5. Parkes, Matthew, packer
7 & 9 Smith, Robert, carpenter
 12. Vacant
 10. Sloan, William, coach builder
   8. Whiteside, Jane
   6. Jones, Mrs.
   4. Jones, John, labourer
   2. Johnston, William, stables

PALMYRA TERRACE
See Rugby Road

PANPARK STREET
Off Cupar Street

   1. Vacant
   3. Irwin, James, tailor
   5. Atkinson, Mrs.
   7. Diamond, Mrs.
 11. Loughead, John, engine driver
 13. Gardner, William, labourer
 15. Martin, James, traveller
 17. McKeown, J., boot & shoe maker
 19. McConnell, Francis, labourer

PANTON STREET
Off Falls Road
   1. Woods, John, publican     
   A number of small houses     

PARK PLACE
See Old Lodge Road

PARK PLACE
See Ormeau Road

PARK STREET
Carrick Hill to Stanhope Street

   1. Muldoon, James, hall door
   3. Woods, James, cabinet maker
.........Kildare Street intersects..........
   5. McManus, Catherine, grocer
   7. Rush, James, shoe maker
   9. Wicklow, John, chain maker
 11. Kane, John, labourer
.........Sydney Street intersects...........
 13. McKeown, John, brick layer
 15. Gibson, Robert, painter
 17. Roche, H., green grocer
.........Alton Street intersects............
 19. McMeekin, John, hall door
.........Upton Street intersects.............
 21. Ritchie, Mrs., widow
 23. Gavin, William, plasterer
.........California Street intersects..............
 25. McSorley, William, side door
.........Arnon Street intersects............
 27. Irwin, S., & Son, cork cutters
 29. Cochrane, Thomas, carpenter
31 & 33 Montgomery, F., publican
                             ________________

 30. King, Robert, grocer
 28. Wilson, Thomas, carpenter
 26. Burns, Mrs., green grocer
 24. McDonald, Joseph, shoe maker
 22. Robb, Patrick, grocer
.........Arnon Street intersects............
.........California Street intersects..........
 14. Byrne, Peter, grocer
.........Upton street intersects............
.........Alton Street intersects............
 12. Bulger, Ann, hall door
 10. O'Neill, Terence, shoe maker
..........Sydney Street intersects............
   8. Kelly, Mrs., widow
   6. Mathews, James, porter
.........Kildare Street intersects.........
4 & 2 Casey, Hugh, publican

PARKER'S COURT
Off Gamble Street
Six small houses

PARKVIEW, RAVENHILL
See Ballynafeigh

PARKVIEW
See Albert Bridge Road

PARKVIEW
See Antrim Road

PARKVIEW TERRACE
See Cooke Street

PARKVILLE
See Antrim Road

PARK TERRACE
See Old Park Road

PARIS STREET
Off Berlin Street

   2. Johnston, Margaret
   4. Wilson, John, dresser
   6. Carson, Mary
   8. Crawford, James, baker
 10. Lynass, Thomas
 12. McLaughlin, Wm., labourer
 14. Page, Matthew, carter
 16. McCrea, James, mechanic
 18. Wright, Robert, mechanic
 20. Higgins, Henry, miller
 22. Elwood, James, labourer
 24. Carson, James, labourer
 26. Baird, Andrew, pensioner
 28. Moore, Robert, tenter

PATRICK'S LANE
Off Great Patrick Street
Eighteen small houses

PATRICK STREET, GREAT
York Street to Corporation Street

    1. McKenna, Stephen, wine & spirit dealer
.........Clarke's Lane intersects.........
    3. Cumming, John, spirit dealer
    5. McKeown, James, pawn broker
.........Corr's Lane intersects...........
    7. Purse, A., plumber & gas fitter
    9. Robinson, R. G.
  11. Vacant
  13. Nesbitt, Thomas, painter
  15. Fox, Thomas, draper
17 & 19 Scott, R., wholesale tea merchant
........Academy Street intersects.........
  21. McLaughlin, Bernard, wine & spirit merchant
  23. McCreedy, William
  25. Vacant
  27. Mallon, Andw., recruiting sergeant
  29. Hayes, Edwd., staff sergeant
31 & 33 Foy, Mrs., pawn broker
  35. Vacant
37 & 39 Crawford, James, grocer & provision store
.........Edward Street intersects.........
  41. Smyth, William, grocer
  43. Bell, William, grocer & provision dealer
  45. Wright, Mrs.
  47. Stewart, John, bellows manufacturer
  49. Smyth, F. J., brass founder & machinist
  51. Brown, Miss, boarding house
53 & 55 Lavery, A., pawn broker
  57. McSweeney, Patrick, tailor
  59. Vacant
  61. Johnston, J. C.
    "    Quinn, T. J., lard refiner
  63. Vacant
65 & 67 Goldman, O., picture frame maker
  69. Miller, Mrs.
  71. Vacant
                                Butter Market
1 to 6 Smith, J. & T., Provision & Seed Merchants, Fernhill
   Smith, J. K., 33 Rugby Road
   Smith, T., Fernhill
    7. Scott, James, provision merchant
    8. McComb, James,   do.
10 & 12 Black, David,   do.
  75. McClean, Charles, fruiterer
                               ______________

     Mariners' Church, side entrance
104. Greenhill Bros., flour & grain merchants
102 & 100 Vint, Jonathan, wholesale wine merchant
98 & 96 Vint, Wm., & Sons, wholesale grocers & provision merchants
94 & 92 Vacant
  90. Sloan, James, blacksmith
  88. Duffield, Sml., provision merchant
84 & 86 Cowden, Sml., druggist
  82. Falloon, Hugh, wine & spirit store
  80. Hull, A., stevedore
  78. McAleer, Charles, plasterer
  76. Falloon, H., stabling yard
  74. McClean, Denis, ship owner
  72. Rafferty, Charles, biscuit manufacturer
  70. McCorry, J., boarding house
  68. Hull, A., stevedore
  66. Hunter, Mary Ann
  64. Matthews, John
  62. Morton, John, wholesale bottler
  60. Lavery, H., boot & shoe maker
  58. Ferguson, John, barber
  56. McKenzie, H., painter
  54. McCormick, Samuel, boot & shoe maker
52 & 50 Keating, Henry, saddler
  48. McErlean, Fras., spirit merchant
...........Nelson Street intersects..........
  46. Vacant
  44. Edgar, Robert, seed store
  42. Duncan, Thomas, wholesale wine & spirit merchant
  40. Wilson, Mrs.
  38. Ferguson, S., draper
36, 34 & 32 Gelston, S. & J., tobacconists
30 & 28 Kernan, John, spirit merchant
26 & 24 Kennedy, J., wholesale butter, egg & provision merchant
22 & 20 Barbour, A., grain merchant
  18. O'Kelly, Joseph, barber
16 & 14 McKenna, Mrs., pawn broker
..........Little York Street intersects.............
12 & 10 Dunluce Castle wine & spirit store, McDonald, Robert, proprietor
   8. McCartan, Jos., cabinet maker
6 & 4 McCloskey, James, spirit store

PATRICK STREET, LITTLE
From York Street to Corporation Street

   1. Vint & Co., spirit dealers
   3. Fordyce, Mrs.
   5. Vacant
.........Little York Street intersects..........
   7. Smyth, Mrs.
   9. McLaughlin, J., cart maker etc.
 11. Jackson, John, labourer
 13. McLean, Mrs.
 15. Canning, Mrs.
 17. Carroll, James, seaman
 19. Brownlee, Henry, grocer
21 & 23 Crowe, S., spirit dealer etc
25, 27 & 29 Crowe, B.,   do.
 31. Vacant
.........Tennant's Court intersects..........
33 & 35 Rogers, Mrs. J., grocer & provision dealer
 37. Meek, Charles, pawn broker
39 & 41 Ferris, Peter, farrier
 43. Mullan, Patrick, labourer
 45. Shannon, Hugh, side entrance
.........Nelson Street intersects.........
 49. Steele, Samuel, carter
 51. Nicholson, S. J., labourer
 53. Murphy, Robert,   do.
 55. Higgins, John, green grocer
 57. Mawhinney, S., coal merchant
59 & 61 Beggs, W. John, grocer
63 & 65 Hill, William, tailor
 67. Graham, Hugh, seaman
.........Patrick's Lane intersects........
 69. McDowell, Robert, labourer
 71. Johnston, Robert, grocer & provision dealer
 73. Stewart, John, labourer
79 & 81 Gallagher, O. & T., rag & waste merchants
 83. Vance, John, carpenter
 85. Toole, Francis H., upholsterer
 87. Vint, Jonathan, stores
 89. Greenhill Bros., grain stores
     Mariner's Church Sunday & Day Schools
                             _____________

 98. Devlin, John, side door
 96. Vacant
 94. Glenn, James, stabling
 92. Deans, John, sea captain
 90. Fusco, Louis, ice cream manufacturer
 88. Mulholland, Robert, labourer
 86. Miskimmon, John, labourer
 84. O'Neill, John, labourer
 82. Shaw, David, shoe maker
 80. McGookin, John, labourer
 78. McAllister, William, carpenter
76 & 74 Clarke & McMullen, stores
 72. Gallagher, O. & T., stores
 70. McAllister, Thomas, buyer
 68. McGowan, Owen, fireman
 66. Green, Arthur, rigger
 64. Goudy, John, rivetter
.........Caroline Street intersects........
 62. Magee, James, seaman
 60. Agnew, Owen, carter
 58. Reid, John, butcher
 56. McKinney, Mrs.
 54. Vacant
 52. Greer, Moses, bread server
46 & 44 Keenan, H., marine dealer
 42. Moreland, R. & W., stables
 40. Girvin, Patrick, spirit dealer
30 & 28 Saunderson, S., labourer
 26. Reynolds, Alexander,   do.
 24. Humphreys, Thomas,   do.
 20. Vacant
 18. Rice, Arthur, carpenter
     Murray, John, butcher
.........Patterson's Court intersects........
 16. Wilson, Mrs.
 14. Moreland, R. & W., flour & provision merchants
.........Little York Street intersects.........
 12. Magorrian, Mary, spirit dealer
 10. Murphy, Robert, seaman
8 & 6 Vacant
4 & 2 McKenzie, H., side door

PATTERSON'S COURT
Off Little Patrick Street
Twenty seven small houses

PAXTON STREET
Off Templemore Park
Mountpottinger

   3. Ward, Philip
   5. Ellis, Isaac, insurance agent
   7. McWilliams, John, clerk
   9. Simpson, Jas., cabinet maker
 11. Johnston, John, stone cutter
 13. Ellis, John, insurance agent
 15. McWilliams, J., telegraph clerk
 17. Houston, James, carter
 19. Megaw, John, traveller
 21. Swann, James, carpenter
 23. Brown, John
 25. Jenkinson, John, shoe maker
 27. Brown, James, book keeper
 29. Williamson, J., Customs Officer
 31. Major, John, printer
 33. Gilpin, John H., sea captain
 35. Douglass, Saml., sea captain
 37. Hamilton, Francis, sailor
 39. McDowell, Hugh, tailor

PEEL STREET
Off Falls Road
A number of small houses

PELAN'S BUILDINGS
See Limestone Road

PEMBROKE TERRACE
See Grosvenor Street

PENBROOKVILLE
See Derrievolgie Avenue

PEPPER HILL COURT
Off Carrick Hill
Eighteen small houses

PERCY STREET
Shankhill Road to Divis Street

   1. Wallace, Thos., com. agent
   3. Hunter, Robert, tenter
   5. Hamilton, John, pork cutter
   7. Vacant
   9. Kerr, Alexander, pawn broker
.........Westmoreland Street intersects...........
 11. Irvine, Andrew, manager
 13. Tougher, Alex., pawn broker
 15. Pettigrew, Daniel, engineer
 17. Morrison, Edward, mechanic
 19. Boyd, John, draper
 21. Taylor, Henry, hackle & gill manufacturer
..........Kendal Street intersects.........
 23. Gilliland, John, grocer & spirit dealer
 25. Johnston, William, butler
 27. Malcomson, Wm., carpenter
 29. Bruce, William, mechanic
 31. Bashford, C., block printer
 33. Holland, Thomas, grocer & spirit dealer
.........Tyne Street intersects...........
 35. McKnight, Charles, manager
 37. Patterson, John, pawn broker
 39. Robinson, D., brass finisher
 41. Storey, John, pensioner
 43. Taylor, Thos., collar cutter
 45. Bowles, J., metal merchant
........Cumberland Street intersects............
 47. Craig, Robert, miller
 49. Jackson, James, law clerk
 51. Patterson, Mrs. Ann
 53. Thompson, Alex., tinsmith
 55. Blackburn, R. T. J., clerk
 57. Ward, James, millwright
..........Warkworth Street intersects...........
 59. Thompson, David, grocer
 61. Stewart, Mrs. Eliza
 63. Johnston, Jos., assurance agent
 65. Larmour, Mrs. Annabella
 67. Hennessy, D., warehouseman
 69. McIlveen, J. & Son, printers
.........Beverley Street intersects............
                        Ardmoulin Cottages
   1. Gray, Andrew, head miller
   2. Shanks, James, millwright
     Alexander, James & Co., millers (Belfast Flour Mills)
.........Westmoreland Street intersects.............
 18. Price, Henry, spirit dealer
 16. Denby, William, coach maker
 14. Maunder, Henry, customs
 12. Gibson, David, blacksmith
 10. Gray, Hamilton, labourer
   8. Simpson, Matt., missionary
   6. Irvine, Mrs. Margaret
   4. McKechnie, Hugh, mechanic
   2. Riddell, R., medical doctor

PERNAU STREET
Off Snugville Street

   1. Henderson, James, labourer
   3. Boyd, William, labourer
   5. Vacant
   7. Brown, William, labourer
   9. Neilson, John, dealer
11, 13 & 15 Vacant
 17. Porter, William, labourer
 19. Vacant
 21. Johnston, Robert
 23. Stewart, Santon, carter
25 & 27 Vacant
 29. McQuiston, Richd., labourer
 31. Coleman, Robert, labourer
.........Berlin Street intersects.............
 33. Kelly, Hugh, insurance agent
 35. Butler, Miss
 37. Morrow, James, rivetter
 39. Morrow, William, carter
 41. Irvine, William J., carter
 43. McKelvey, Hugh, painter
 45. McMenemy, Jas., flax dresser
 47. Cunningham, Robert
 49. Scott, James
 51. Vacant
 53. Johnston, Mrs.
                                 ______________

 60. Skelly, Alexander, bundler
 58. Vacant
 56. Oswald, John, bundler
 54. Davison, William
 52. Foster, William, carpenter
 50. White, Thomas, pensioner
 48. Orr, David, printer
 46. Calderwood, James, sawyer
 44. McCausland, Thomas, printer
 42. Vacant
 40. Stewart, Thomas, labourer
 38. McMurray, John, brick layer
 36. Vacant
 34. Mansfield, Mary
..........Berlin Street intersects..........
 32. Nutt, Thomas, side door
 30. Moore, Mrs.
 28. Vacant
 26. Hamilton, Mrs.
 24. Ball, Samuel, fitter
 22. Brown, John, spindle turner
 20. Brown, Mrs.
 18. Campbell, Henry, mechanic
 16. Keen, Mrs.
 14. McVea, Samuel, baker
 12. McMenemy, S., flax dresser
 10. Cosgrove, James, labourer
   8. Brown, Samuel, hackle setter
   6. McMeekin, William, rougher
   4. Smith, Robt., preparing master
   2. Vacant

PERTH STREET
Old Lodge Road to Agnes Street

   1. Cheetham, Samuel, salesman
   3. Ballentine, Francis, carpenter
   5. McKee, W., boot & shoe maker
   7. Mahon, James, missionary
   9. Anderson, John, clerk
 11. Maginniss, Mrs.
 13. Mills, Robt., cabinet maker
     Vacant ground
                                _______________

     Two new houses unoccupied
 46. Ingram, William, carpenter
     Vacant ground
     Seven new houses unoccupied
 12. Thompson, Susan
 10. McGarrigal, J., woollen merchant
                                 Maud's Terrace
   8. Ramsey, T., foreman bleacher
   6. Wilson, Patrick, cutter
   4. Hudson, Robert
   2. Brown, Francis, packer

PETER'S HILL
North Street to Shankhill Road

    1. Vacant
    3. Maginniss, Jas. K., spirit dealer
  3b. Savage, James, tobacconist
..........Old Lodge Road intersects.........
     Coffee Stand (Irish Temperance League)
     Public Baths & Washhouses, Hatton, Alex., superintendent
  41. Todd, Catherine, grocer
  43. Adams, Fras., toy store etc.
..........Peter's Place intersects.........
  45. Bates, Mrs., green grocer
  47. Wherry, James, tobacconist
  49. Smyth, Robert, linen draper
  51. Campbell, Mrs., china dealer
  53. Campbell, C., provision dealer
..........Lower California Street intersects...........
  55. Moreland, Samuel, grocer
  57. West, William, shoe maker
  59. Peacock, Hugh, grocer
  61. Daniel, James, nail manufacturer
  63. McLaverty, M. A., spirit dealer
..........Woodford Street intersects..............
  65. McConville, Edwd., spirit dealer
  67. Gardner, Thomas, bakery
  69. Kerr, Mrs., Glasgow Remnant House
  71. Robinson, Wm., spirit dealer
..........Lime Street intersects...........
73 & 75 Gracey, John, house furnishing warehouse
  77. Scott, Hugh, pawn broker
  79. Bell, W. H., & Co., druggists
..........Sherbrook Street intersects..........
  81. Daly, Patrick, spirit dealer
  83. Price, William, flesher
  85. McCullough, Wm., confectioner
  87. McCullough, Jane, spirit dealer
..........Upper Townsend Street intersects.........
  89. Bell, William, grocer
  91. Ross, John, confectioner
  93. Simpson, Hugh, butcher
  95. Bell, Thomas, boot maker
  97. Newell, Mary, provision dealer
  99. McKnight, John, fruiterer
..........Israel Street intersects.........
101. Armstrong, A., spirit dealer
103. Riddell, Richard, plumber
105. Cummins, J., confectioner
107. Vacant
109. Templeton, J., provision merchant
111. Boyd, William, spirit dealer
..........Christopher Street intersects..........
113. Leathem, Edw., pawn broker
115. Girvin, Joseph, tobacconist
117. Hanson, Robert, stationer
119 & 121 Murtagh, John, spirit dealer
123. Tipping, Sarah, haberdasher
                                ______________

152. Gleazer, Edm., spirit dealer
150. Thompson, John, grocer
148 & 146 Quee, John, flesher
144. McGranaghan, J., pork cutter
142. Johnston, Jas., green grocer
..........Brady's Lane intersects..........
140. Ewart, William, broker
138. Magowan, Thos., hair dresser
...........Hanna's Lane intersects..........
136. Kirkwood, George, saddler
134. Leonard, Agnes, green grocer
132. Harrison, C., wood turner
130. Johnston, William, bottler
128. Hamilton, J., starch works
126. Chambers, John, grocer
124. Cahoon, James, traveller
122 & 120 May, John, hay dealer
118 & 116 Stewart, S., grocer
114. Gibbs, J. R., confectioner
112. Ferguson, D., draper
110. Keatley, Samuel, draper
..........Townsend Street intersects............
108. Hall, Rebecca, furniture dealer
106. Couch, Rebecca
104. Downey, R., cabinet maker
102. Hamill, John, engineer
100. Hunter, Henry, brick layer
  98. Grant, Wm., (of Townsend Street Foundry)
..........Brown's Square intersects............
  82. Carroll, Archibald, oil dealer
80b. McMahon, Thos., butcher
80 & 78 Lynch, Bros., & Co., spirit dealers
  76. Gilmore, Wm., rag merchant
  74. Meharg, Robert, book binder
  72. Suffern, W. H., spirit dealer
..........Abbey Street intersects.............
  70. Hall, D., brush maker
  68. McKeown, William, grocer
  66. Butler, William, pork cutter
  64. McKamley, Mary Ann
  62. Hawthorn, James
..........McCully's Court intersects............
  60. Carberry, Patrick, butcher
  58. Donnelly, George, carter
56 & 54 Hale, Francis, car owner
  52. Largey, Henry, car owner
  50. Constabulary Barrack, John Reilly, head constable
..........Gardiner Street intersects............
  48. Maguire, Patrick, hair dresser
  46. Mathews, David, baker
  44. Morris, Sarah
42 & 40 Todd, H., pawn broker
38 & 36 Copeland, Wm., grocer, The Bath Tavern
  34. Saunderson, Thos., tinsmith
  32. McCleave, Thos., car driver
  30. Melville, William, baker
  28. Taylor, John, butcher
  26. Carberry, Patrick, butcher
24 to 20 Morrow, Robinson & Co., Manufacturers of Confectionery, Jams, Jellies & Marmalade
  18. Quigley, John, spirit dealer
..........Boyd Street intersects.............
16 & 14 Mairs, A. T., grocer
  12. O'Neill, John, tailor
  10. Phillips, James, newsagent
8 & 6 Ward, Hugh, spirit dealer
4 & 2 McCabe, Patk., publican
     Post Office Pillar Box

PETER'S PLACE
Off Peter's Hill
Fourteen small houses

PEVERIL STREET
Lavinia Street to Abbot Street

   1. Kelly, John, grocer
   3. Bingham, Hugh, cooper
   5. Smith, James, fitter
   7. Sergent, Robt., book keeper
   9. Dunwoody, Robert, labourer
 11. Lavery, T. R., linen lapper
 13. Penter, Robt., land steward
.........Ettrick Street intersects............
 15. Vacant
 17. McKee, Wm., paper rule
 19. Orr, James, tailor
 21. Gaffikin, Miss
 23. Gardiner, W., potato dealer
 25. McConnell, R., confectioner
 27. Wallace, Thos., stone cutter
 29. Hogg, Thomas, warper
31, 33 Ellis, M., provision store
                               ______________

 50. Battersby, William, grocer
 48. Orr, Mrs.
46 & 44 Vacant
 42. Murphy, Mrs.
 40. Norris, Mrs.
 38. Vacant
 36. Mitchell, Robert, pensioner
 34. Graham, James, carpenter
 32. Farrelly, James, printer
 30. Stitt, Wm. J., bread server
 28. Boyce, Jos. H., brass finisher
 26. Vacant
 24. Minnis, John W., com. agent
 22. Kirk, Miss
 20. McMaster, Charles, tailor
 18. Bothwell, J. H., station master
 16. Smith, Mrs.
 14. Milliken, William, labourer
 12. Doran, Mrs.
 10. Connor, Daniel, labourer
   8. Bloxham, Richard,   do.
   6. Jordan, Wm., linen lapper
   4. Scott, Mrs.
 2b. Shaw, Thomas, carpenter
   2. Mathews, Abraham, grocer & spirit dealer

PENDRITH STREET
Off Westmoreland Street

   1. Vacant
   3. Thompson, Joseph, porter
   5. Surgenor, John, baker
   7. Logan, James, brass finisher
   9. Graham, James, carpenter
     Vacant Ground
                           ________________

 46. Spiers, John, printer
 44. Fryer, Robert, iron turner
 42. McRoberts, John, salesman
 40. Armstrong, A., soap boiler
 38. Bleakley, David, porter
 36. McAleer, John, plasterer
 34. Mitchell, John, linen lapper
 32. Hill, Samuel, grocer
 30. Crowe, Thomas, plasterer
 28. Watters, John, sailor
 26. Bell, Mrs. Eliza
 24. Thompson, Wm., boot closer
 22. Allely, James, carter
 20. Wallace, D., letter carrier
 18. Williamson, Ellen
 16. Moreland, Mrs. Mary
 14. McComb, John, flax dresser
 12. Watters, James, fireman
 10. Marshall, And., book binder
   8. Craig, John, engineer
   6. Young, Joseph, brick layer
   4. Martin, John, porter
   2. Vacant

PEMBROKE TERRACE
See Grosvenor Street

PILOT COURT
Off Pilot Street
Five small houses

PILOT PLACE
Off Pilot Street
Five small houses

PILOT STREET
Garmoyle Street to Clarendon Dock

1 & 3 Murtagh, P., spirit merchant
   5. Hughes, Theresa, spinster
   7. Boyle, Arthur, labourer
 11. Woods, Andrew, shoe maker
 13. McKeown, Rose, widow
 15. Burrows, William, carpenter
 17. Brown, Charles, seaman
 19. Duffy, Thomas, pilot
 21. Beattie, Agnes, widow
 23. Ross, Sarah, widow
 25. Kelly, Charles, carpenter
 27. Donaldson, William, smith
 29. Cameron, John, cart maker
31 & 33 McVeagh, M., ship smith
 35. Hogg, Jane, publican
 37. McCormick, J., ship carpenter
 39. Duffy, John, seaman
 41. Benson, Esther, widow
43 & 45 McQuillan, J., labourer
 47. Melicei, Guiseppe, musician
 49. Connolly, James, labourer
 51. Vacant
 53. Niblock, John, seaman
 55. Perry, Charles, joiner
 57. McDonald, D., spirit dealer
.........Pilot Place intersects............
 59. McCracken, Thomas, pilot
 61. Lowry, Charles, seaman
63 & 65 Kennedy, I., boiler maker
     Seamen's Friends' Society National School, Miss Caldwell, principal
                                 ______________

 54. McGrory, Patrick, publican
.........Croan Court intersects............
 52. Houston, William, foreman
50 & 48 Stores
46 & 44 Moorehead, J., cooper
 42. Tilley, John, boatman
 40. Discoe, John, pensioner
     St. Joseph's R. C. Church, back entrance
     Grain Stores
 36. Ingram, Guy, ship carpenter
 34. Devlin, Joseph, labourer
 32. White, Samuel, H., labourer
 30. Cherry, Mary, widow
     Grain Stores
 22. Hamilton, Anne, spirit bar
.........Short Street intersects...........
 20. McDowell, John, labourer
 18. McKnight, Thomas, ship smith
 16. Evans, George, labourer
 14. Madden, James, fireman
 12. Porter, Charles, van driver
 10. McKeever, James, seaman
   8. Geogh, Michael, marine dealer
6 & 4 Bead, Bridget, widow
   2. Side door

PINE STREET
Donegall Pass to Rosewood Street

   1. Walker, Wm. J., missionary
 1a. Hewitt, W. J., linen buyer
.........Elm Street intersects..........
   3. Bardy, James, publican
   5. Massey, Robert, carpenter
   7. West, Henry, law clerk
   9. Stewart, W. J., cabinet maker
 11. Vacant
 13. Barry, John, pastry baker
 15. Vacant
 17. Jackson, A., master mariner
 19. Graham, Nathaniel
 21. Vacant
 32. Hunter, Alexander, labourer
 30. Kane, Mrs.
 28. McIlroy, William J., clerk
 26. Taylor, Rev. John, Methodist minister
 24. McCully, Miss, dress maker
 22. Vacant
 20. Goodwin, James, draper
 18. Doherty, Michael, pensioner
 16. Clarke, Mrs., teacher
 14. Phillips, Edward
 12. Fulton, Mrs.
 10. Vacant
   8. McDuff, John, seedsman
   6. Burrows, Mrs.
4 & 2 Vacant

PINKERTON STREET
New Lodge Road to Artillery Street

   1. Side door
   3. Gateway
   5. Mullen, John, carter
   7. Mulvey, Michl., linen lapper
   9. Hanley, William, bread server
 11. Molloy, George, clerk
 13. Gateway
 15. Moore, Thomas, milkman
                                 _____________

 24. Caldwell, Thomas, carpenter
 22. Kelly, James, gardener
 20. Knox, Robert, carter
 18. Conditt, John, fish dealer
 16. Vacant
 14. MacGregor, John, bundler
 12. Sheals, John, car owner
     Yard
   4. Quinn, Hugh, labourer
   2. Side door

PISA STREET
Off Distillery Street

   1. Vacant
   3. Moore, John, clerk
   5. Law, Francis, labourer
   7. Shaw, Jane
   9. Vacant
 11. Irwin, Victoria
 13. Chambers, J. W., shop keeper
 15. Hawthorne, Hugh, miller
 17. Maltman, William, waiter
 19. Harrison, Agnes, grocer
                            ______________

 28. Hatton, Joseph, linen lapper
 26. Kerr, Margaret
 24. McFadden, James, clerk
22 & 20 Vacant
 18. Cousins, James, seaman
 16. Killen, John, labourer
 14. Johnston, William, labourer
 12. Gaffikin, William, painter
 10. Hill, Thos., winding master
   8. Hunter, Margaret
   6. Vacant
   4. Wright, James, farmer
   2. Vacant

PITT PLACE
Off Newtownards Road
A number of small houses

PITT STREET
Off Newtownards Road
Fifty small houses

PLEVNA STREET
Leeson Street to Bosnia Street

   1. McMullen, Charles, carter
   3. Henry, James, flax dresser
   5. McLease, Simon, grinder
   7. Martin, Patrick, shoe maker
   9. Black, James, linen lapper
 11. Morris, William, linen lapper
 13. Murphy, William, labourer
 15. Coates, Benjamin, labourer
 17. Weir, John, labourer
     Vacant Ground
     McCann, Michael, labourer
     Hees, Margaret
     Corbett, Mary, spinster
     Jackson, William, mechanic
     Houston, Geo., flax dresser
     Kerr, Mary, spinster

PLUNKET'S COURT
Off Union Street
Two small houses

PONSONBY AVENUE
Atlantic Avenue to Atlantic Avenue

   9. Crawford, Alex., rent agent
 11. Haworth. Iles, manager
 13. McMullen, Jas., assistant superintendent postal telegraphs
 19. Vacant
 21. Douglas, William, draper
 23. Canning, Miss
 29. Halliday, Emily J.
 31. McKissack, Mrs.
 33. Crawford, Edw., shoe maker
     Houses in course of erection
14, 12, 10 & 8 Vacant
   6. Stevenson, Helena
   4. Orr, Mrs. Malcolm
   2. Gibb, Alexander, traveller

POOLE LANE
Off Sandy Row
Four small houses

PORTLAND PLACE
Portland Street to Thomas Street

   1. McCloy, Charles, shoe maker
   3. Smith, William, range setter
   5. Cappo, Joseph, philosophical instrument maker
   7. Hadskis, Mrs.
   9. McConnell, W. J., engineer
   6. Fitzgerald, Mrs.
   4. Shanks, Mrs.
   2. Jamison, Mrs.

PORTLAND STREET
Great George's Street to Lancaster Street

   1. Donovan, Eliza
   3. McMurray, Samuel, carter
   5. McAuley, James, labourer
   7. Reynolds, William, carter
                              _______________

 30. Vacant
 28. Nugent, Edwd., back entrance
 26. Vacant
 22. McWilliams, John, labourer
 20. Farrell, John, plumber
 16. Harrison, Hugh, seaman
 14. Brown, William, watchman
 10. Seeds, Miss
   8. McKenzie, Charles, carpenter
   6. Yard
   4. Dornan, Edward, smith
   2. Back entrance

POSNETT STREET
Donegall Pass to Botanic Avenue

   1. Walsh, Mrs.
   3. Sayers, Edward, painter
   5. Flowers, John, packer
 5b. Low, James, reed maker
   7. Lovely, Miss
   9. Kennedy, Elizabeth, bonnet maker
 11. Govan, Thos. R., traveller
 13. Vacant
 15. Gray, Alexander, caretaker
 17. Taylor, Richard, clerk
 19. Toole, J., constable R.I.C.
 21. Waddle, Wm. J., linen lapper
 23. Gordon, T. R., mercantile clerk
 25. Montgomery, Mrs.
 27. Gibson, Andrew D., builder
.........Chambers Street intersects.........
 29. Armour, Ann J., dress maker
 31. Swanson, W., foreman tailor
 33. Lovely, Jane, dress maker
 35. Mackey, Mrs.
 37. Johnston, Jas. M., linen lapper
 39. Hamilton, James, iron monger
.........Radcliffe Street intersects...........
 41. Vacant
                          Frederick Terrace
 44. Rea, John
 42. Mitchell, Andrew, salesman
 40. Ellis, John, clerk
 38. Coulter, Robina, dress maker
 36. Dalzell, Miss
 34. Crone, James, manager
 32. Hunter, James, coachman
 30. Morrow, William, book keeper
 28. Johnston, Edward, printer
 26. Starrett, John, linen manager
 24. Hamill, Mrs.
 22. Johnston, Mrs.
 20. Lavery, Wm. J., linen lapper
 18. Brown, James, clerk
 16. McKee, Mrs.
 14. Vacant
 12. Galloway, A., painter etc.
 10. Ferris, Stewart, painter
   8. Downey, Samuel, fruiterer
   6. Taylor, Edward W., clerk
   4. Poole, Edward, clerk
   2. Mairs, Samuel, traveller

POTTINGER COTTAGES
See Albert Bridge Road

POTTINGER COURT
Off Pottinger's Entry

   1. Side door
   3. McMullen, Mrs.
   5. Maguire, Henry, jeweller
   7. Hart, Jas., lock & whitesmith
9 & 4 Hollywood & Donnelly, stores
   2. Nixon, William, spirit dealer

POTTINGER'S ENTRY
High Street to Ann Street

   1. Mullan, P., hair dresser, wig maker, perfumer etc.
 1b  Workers' entrance to 47 High Street
   3. Henry, Thomas, printer
   5. Anderson, Jas., bell hanger, gasfitter & venetian blind manufacturer
   7. Crossley, Wm., oyster house
   9. Vacant
 11. Crossley, William, stores
 13. Ulster Brush Co., stores
 15. Nicholson, Edward, picture frame maker
 17. Patterson, Thomas, tailor
.........Pottinger Court intersects..........
 19. Sharpe, John, oyster rooms
                             ____________

16 & 18 Side doors to Ulster Brush Co.
14 & 12 Gregg, William, back entrance to warehouse
 10. Heaney, Andrew, porter
8 & 6 Patterson, Richard & Co., workshops
   4. McCrory, Bern., spirit dealer
   2. Side door to 51 High Street

POTTINGER PLACE
See Albert Bridge Road

POTTINGER TERRACE
See Albert Bridge Road

POUND STREET
Off Durham Street

1, 3, 5 Fitzpatrick, Edward, grocer & spirit dealer
   7. Martin, George, pig dealer
   9. Fitzpatrick, Edward, grocer & spirit dealer, stores
 11. Higgins, Arthur, pig dealer
 13. Holland, Margaret, cook
 15. Brady, John, coal dealer
 17. Brennan, John, saddler
 19. Carr, William, weaver
 21. Moreland, John, labourer
 23. Loughran, Susan
.........Whitehall Court intersects.........
 25. McCarron, J., bellows maker
 27. Moran, Thomas, tailor
 29. Smith, Ellen
 31. Simpson, Robert, baker
 35. McKay, Daniel, carter
 37. Gartland, Rose
 39. Murray, Bernard, horse shoer
 41. O'Hanlon, Ellen
 43. Murray, Mary Ann
 45. Carberry, Joseph, fireman
 47. McKenna, Alice
 49. Mullan, William
 51. McKenna, Denis, slater
 53. Cregan, Catherine, grocer
.........McMillen's Place intersects.........
 55. Burns, Thomas, plasterer
 57. Bryce, Arthur, spirit dealer, side door
                             _____________

82, 80, 78 Hughes, Bern., miller & baker
...Milford Street & Alexander Street West intersects...
 76. McKeown, Andw., spirit dealer
 74. McKeown, Jas., green grocer
 72. McAlevey, Ellen, grocer
70 & 68 Carabine, Thos., carter
 66. Conroy, Daniel, labourer
 64. McMahon, James, pig dealer
 62. McCullough, Jas., labourer
 60. Loughran, Patrick,   do.
 58. Flynn, Catherine
 56. McKenna, Margaret
 54. McCreely, George, pig dealer
 52. Madden, Bernard, labourer
 50. McCloskey, John, bread server
 48. Larkin, John, labourer
 46. Boyle, James, shoe maker
44, 42, 40 McParland, P., grocer
.........Cullingtree Road intersects........
 38. Close, John, grocer
 36. Shields, Elizabeth
 34. Quinn, John, blacksmith
 32. Magill, William, van driver
30 & 28 McCaufield, R., grocer
26 & 24 Vacant
 22. Connolly, Jas., slipper maker
 20. Fleming, James, pork cutter
 18. McAnerney, Arthur, labourer
 16. Corr, Mary
 14. McQuade, James, shoe maker
 12. Mills, James, labourer
 10. Brady, John, fireman
   8. Magee, Patk., reeling master
   6. Donnelly, Mary, washer woman
   4. Hughes, Agnes
   2. Martin, George, pig dealer

POWERSCOURT STREET
Off McClure Street

   1. Petticrew, Robinson, shoe maker
   3. Egan, Jas., teacher of music
   5. McAllister, Wm., labourer
   7. Neill, Mrs.
   9. Beggs, Thomas, gardener
 11. McDade, Chas., upholsterer
 13. Martin, William John
 15. Kenny, William, butler
 17. Anderson, John, pensioner
 19. McFarland, William, grocer
 21. Dowd, Francis, clerk
 17. Vacant
 19. Pettigrew, Hugh, packer
 21. Carson, Christopher, grocer
.........Essex Street intersects...........
 23. Blaney, William, tailor
 25. Patterson, Miss
 27. Robertshaw, Hiram
 29. Wilson, John, car owner
 40. Irwin, James, carter
 38. Bradley, George, labourer
 36. Vacant
 34. Boder, Miss
 32. Lyle, Miss
 30. McClure, William, joiner
 28. Gray, Henry, book keeper
 26. Vacant
 24. Beardmore, George, musician
 22. McDonald, Thomas, stoker
 20. Healey, Denis, ship steward
 18. Vacant
 16. Hughes, Alexander, clerk
 14. Bothwell, William, Royal Liver Friendly Society
 12. Williams, Fred. H., clerk
 10. McKeown, Robert, tailor
   8. Kinder, John, butcher
   6. Donnan, Francis, sawyer
   4. Spence, John, com. traveller
   2. Ferguson, Samuel, grocer

PRIM STREET
Off Albert Bridge Road

   1. McIlwrath, Samuel, side door
     Mahon's Stone Yard
   7. Pink, S. J., pattern maker
   9. Vogan, James, labourer
   4. Skillen, Richard, blacksmith
   2. Steedman, Mrs.

PRIMITIVE STREET
Blythe Street to Blackstaff Road
A number of small houses

PRINCE ARTHUR TERRACE
See Crumlin Road

PRINCE ARTHUR TERRACE
See Great Victoria Street

PRINCE'S DOCK
Off Dock Street

   1. Lemon & Co., rope & sail manufacturers, bonded & ship store merchants
   2. Raneri (Ranieri) & Co., ship brokers
3 to 9 Hamilton, Megaw & Thompson, grain stores
 10. Connor, John, yardman
 11. Stables
     St. Joseph's R. C. Church, Rev. P. McConvery, Adm.
 13. Donnan, George, sail maker & ship chandler
 14. Stores
 15. Andrews & Co., ship brokers & commission merchants
   "   Andrews, R. C., Austro-Hungarian Vice Consul
16 & 17 White, W., block manufacturer
18 & 19 Moorehead, Jas., cooper
 20. Grain Stores
 21. Gillen, John, publican
 22. Cusin, Henry, publican
 23. Grain Stores
24 & 25 Belfast Warehouse Co., branch office & store
     Coates, Victor, & Co., boiler makers & engineers
     Dixon, Thomas, sawyer
     Corry, J. P., & Co., back entrance
     McLarnon, Thomas, labourer
     Evans, John, ship smith

PRINCESS GARDENS
See University Street

PRINCE'S STREET
Queen's Square to Ann Street

   1. Side door
3 & 5 McDonald, David, barber
   7. Bradley, W., boarding house
9 & 11 Murphy, Charles,   do.
........Prince's Court intersects..........
 13. Doyle, Ellen, lodging house
 15. Patterson, Alex., boarding house
 17. White, Joseph,   do.
 19. McClurg, Mrs.
 21. White, Diana, boarding house
 23. Vacant
 25. Kennedy, James, car driver
27 & 29 Millen, Adam, grocer
 31. Murdoch, S., boarding house
.........Marlborough Street intersects..........
33 & 35 Vacant
37 & 39 McCausland, S., stores
 41. Brydon, Geo., boarding house
 43. Cooper, Hugh,   do.
 45. Wallace, James,   do.
47 & 49 McCorry, Thomas, grocer
 51. Campbell, W. S., side door
 53. Side door
                                ____________

 54. Side door
 50. Connery, Mary, lodging house
 48. Kerr, Patrick, boarding house
 46. Deyermon, Robert,   do.
 44. Crothers, Rosina,   do.
42 & 40 Clotworthy, A., grocer
38 & 36 Bailie, John, captain
34 & 32 Grant, James, publican
30 & 28 Mulholland, W., captain
26 & 24 Swanton, John G., G. V. Brooke Bar
22 & 20 Vacant
 18. Emerson, William, back gate
 16. Vacant
 14. McNally, Patrick, dealer
14b Johnston, Daniel & Co., whitesmiths
 12. Moore, James, blacksmith
   "   Murray, John, dealer
 12. Trimble, Isabella, dealer
   "   McCord, Mary
   "   McKeever, John, soap boiler
10 & 8 Hampson, P. & Co., Rope & Twine manufacturers
6 & 4 Hatton, M., spirit dealer
   2. Side door

PROSPECT STREET
Elm Street to Vernon Street

 13. Clark, H., coffee stand keeper
15 to 21 Vacant
 23. Stewart, John, linen yarn dealer
 25. Vacant
 27. Mauchlan, Robert, druggist
 29. Vacant
 31. Beatty, Mrs.
 33. Henry, Thomas, clerk
 35. McCracken, Thos., engraver
37 & 39 Vacant
     Vacant Ground
 34. Magill, Samuel
 32. Bunting, Miss, teacher
 30. Logan, Francis, painter
 28. Kell, Thomas, teacher
24b & 24 Vacant
 22. Gardiner, William G., tailor
 20. Vacant
 18. Crowe, Thomas, linen lapper
 16. Vacant
 14. Murphy, Mrs.
 12. Vacant
 10. Waters, John J., law clerk
   8. Vacant
   6. Lynass, Charles H., builder
   4. Malcomson, Mrs.
   2. Tumath, Mrs.

PROSPECT TERRACE
See University Road

QUADRANT STREET
Off Albert Street

   1. Fitzpatrick, James, mill worker
   3. Doherty, Bernard, spinning master
   5. McCall, Francis
   7. McAvoy, John, porter
   9. Bradley, James, over looker
 11. Hewitt, Richard, carter
 13. Conway, Bernard, horse dealer
 15. Rafferty, Joseph, labourer
 17. Vacant
 19. Nelson, Titus, grinder
 21. Sands, Bernard, stone cutter
 23. Vacant
 25. Gray, Hugh, weaver
 27. Roland, Joseph, coach maker
 29. Keyland, Henry, labourer
 16. Cassidy, John, compositor (26)
 24. Murray, Hugh, spirit dealer, side door
 22. McGivern, O., power loom dresser
 20. Garvey, Mary
 18. McGlone, Alexander, painter
 14. Coyle, James, tailor
 12. McKinstry, Mary
 10. Maguire, James, policeman
   8. McQuade, Henry, carpenter
   6. Hughes, Ferdinand, shoe maker
   4. McAteer, William, flax dresser
   2. Duffy, Susan

QUEEN'S BRIDGE
Ballymacarrett

     Crean, Kingsberry & Co., coal merchants
     Porter, John, time keeper
     Gregg, Wm., Sons & Phenix, (Phoenix)  iron founders & fire clay merchants

QUEEN'S ELMS
See University Road

QUEEN'S QUAY
Ballymacarrett

     Sailors' Institute
     Fleming, John, Grain Agent
1 & 2 Brown, Robert & Son, Ferguslie Fireclay Works
   3. Cochrane, James, ship owner
   "   Monahan, Patrick, coal merchant
   4. Neill, John, ship owner & coal merchant
   5. Andrews, William, coal merchant
   6. Hinde, Wm., ship owner & coal merchant
 6b  McCully, John, ship owner
   7. McCully, Joseph, coal merchant
   8. Craig, Hugh & Co., ship owners etc.
   9. Phillips, James, coal merchant
 10. Kelly, John, coal merchant
11 & 12 Stitt, James, ship owners etc.
 13. White, Robert M., coal merchant
 14. Quinn, Peter, coal merchant
 15. Coal Exchange News Room
 16. Stewart, James, coal merchant
 17. Agnew, William, ship owner & coal merchant
 18. Barkley, William M., coal merchant
 19. Wright, Phillip, coal merchant
 20. Fitzpatrick, John, ship owner & coal merchant
 21. King, Alexander, ship owner & coal merchants

QUEEN'S SQUARE
Victoria Street to Donegall Quay

   1. Hinshelwood, John & Co., Globe Parcel Express, A. W. Greenshields, manager
   3. Ritchie, D. C., tea merchant
   3. Brindley, Jno. I., commission agent
   5. Norton & Co., postage establishment
   7. Millar, John, commission agent
   (First Floor) McCleery, R., accountant ; (2nd floor) The Albert Club, Joseph Wilson, secretary
     McCorry, Richard, commission agent
11 & 13 Meharey, R. & J., grocers
 15. The Belfast Discount Co. Ltd.
 17. McIntyre & Osborne, tea merchants
19 & 21 Leathem, Coulter & Howard, grocers, druggists & general merchants
23, 25 Barkley, William M., coal merchants, ship broker & commission agent
 27. Ingram, Mrs., spirit dealer
.........Prince's Street intersects...........
 29. Heron, Mrs., refreshment bar
31, 33 Quinn, Mrs., spirit dealer
 35. Ward, John, spirit dealer
 37. Milligan, Peter, Rope & Twine manufacturer
 39. Malcolm, W. H., coal merchant
 41. Vacant
43, 45 Ward, John, spirit merchant
 47. Nevin & Co., wholesale tea merchants
     (First Floor) Dunn, Robert, L. & Y., & L. & G. W. Railways, per Belfast & Fleetwood Steamers
     (First Floor) Board of Trade Surveyor's office
 49. Henderson, R. & Sons, steam ship owners & agents
   4. Crawford & Lockhart, solicitors
   2. Leathem, John G., cashier, Northern Bank

QUEEN STREET
Off Castle Street

   1. Collins, Edward, spirit dealer
   3. Cunningham, David, wine & spirit merchant
   5. Murray, A., waster paper dealer
   7. Godwin, William, manufacturer of hackles etc.
   "   Godwin, A., manufacturer & agent
   "   Hicks, Henry, thread manufacturer
   9. McGlashan & Stirling, sewing machine manufacturers
 11. Vacant
 13. Jardin, R. & Co., bakers & flour merchants
 15. McCorry, Fras., bread server
17 & 19 Hall, Jno., brass founder, plumber & gas fitter
     Belfast Hospital for Sick Children, Miss Lennox, matron
27 & 29 Corporation Gas Office, Turnbull, Alex., cashier
 31. Edmonson, Wm., cabinet maker & upholsterer
 33. Cambridge, William, house agent & valuator
 35. Meharg, James
 37. Dysart, Wm., auctioneer etc.
 39. Dixon, Campbell T., draper
.........College Street intersects..........
 41. McCutcheon, S., cabinet maker
 43. Hannah, James, assistant agent to the Marquis of Donegall
 45. Simms, Jane
 47. Purdon, Miss
 49. Frackelton, John, chemist & commission agent
   "   Collins, John, linen merchant & insurance broker, district agent in Ulster for the Mutual Fire Insurance Corporation Guaranteed
   "   Collins, Wm. M., solicitor
   "   Knox, C. J., & Co., linen manufacturers & merchants
 51. Ferguson, J., stables
 53. Young, J. & R., goods entrance
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 46. Sheppard & Co., linen & cambric handkerchief manufacturers & bleachers
   "   Sheppard, A. P., Commission Merchant, Fire, Life, Insurance, Accidental & Plate Glass agent
 34. Ussher, Miss, governess agent
 32. Ledgard, R. B., superintendent Prudential Assurance Co.
 30. Palmer, Thomas, & Co., damask, linen & cambric merchants
   "   Ellis & Co., publishers etc.
   "   Graham, James, engraver
   "   The Irish Linen & Damask Co., manufacturers & merchants
..........College Street intersects...........
 28. Tate, Alex., county surveyor of Antrim, civil engineer, & architect
 26. Stokesberry, Samuel, flesher
 24. Cunningham, David
 22. Vacant
 20. Andrews, John, boot maker
 18. Smyth, Alex. & Son, builders
 16. Beattie, Chas. M., com. agent
 14. Constabulary Barrack (No. 1), Thomas Magee, constable
 12. Constabulary Barrack (No.2), Bernard Mullen, constable
 10. Waverley Hotel, Proprietor, F. McLennan
     St. Mary's Presbytery, Rev. J. P. Greene, Adm.
   6. Cross & Donaldson, seed merchants etc.
4 & 2 Working Men's Institute, R. Barklie, hon. sec., John Thompson, manager

QUEEN STREET UPPER
Wellington Place to Howard Street

 64. Gordon, Thomas, side door
 62. Vacant
 60. Beazley, Mrs.
 58. Henry, William, traveller
 56. Gibson, George & Co., linen merchants
 54. Vacant
..........Wellington Street intersects..........
     Schoolhouse of Fisherwick Place Presbyterian Church
 52. Holmes, William P., & Co., linen merchants
 50. Branagh, Patrick, flesher
 48. Woods, John
 46. Wilson, The Misses, corset makers
42 & 44 Guynet, L. H., & Co. Ltd., Linen Manufacturers & Merchants
      "        The Greenmount Spinning Co.
     Pim, Bros., poplin manufacturers
 49. Stewart, A. T., & Co., goods entrance

QUIGLEY'S COURT
Off Nelson Street
Seven small houses

QUINN'S ENTRY
Off Newtownards Road
Six small houses

QUINN'S PLACE
Off Nelson Street
Seven small houses

QUINN STREET
Off Short Strand

   2. Clokey, Hugh, side door
   4. Black, William, roper
   6. McDade, Patrick, tailor
   8. Hanna, Denis, labourer

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