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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 )

SACKVILLE STREET LITTLE
off Sackville Street

   ~  Sackville Street factory.
   ~  Ellison & Taylor, linen and sacking manufacturers.
   ~       twenty small houses

SACKVILLE STREET
off Melbourne Street

   2  Thomas Jefferson, grocer.
   4  Joseph McMurdy, yarn dresser.
   6  J. Moneypenny, shop man.
   8  John Weir, tin smith.
 10  Robert Welsh, carpenter.
 16  John Whiteside, carter.
 18  Alexander McDowell, mechanic.
 20  Thomas Douther.
 22  Sarah Beacon, white worker.
 24  Entry door.
 26  Wm. Hughes, grocer.
 28  W. Ross, grocer and spirit dealer.
 30  Holmes Scott, plumber.
 32  John Graham, overseer.
 34  Mrs. Harrison.
 36  Mrs. Kirkwood.
 43  Wm. Turner, shoe maker.
 41  Robert Long, carpenter.
 39  Hugh Kilpatrick, boot and shoe maker.
 37  Isabella McAlister.
 35  Robert Bamford, carter.
 33  James Harrison, painter.
 31  J. Reilly, boot and shoe maker.
 29  Robert McNeice, upholsterer.
 27  Mrs. Hunter.
 25  Wm. Tullin, weaver.
 23  Samuel Hoy, plasterer.
 21  Mrs. McLarnon.
 19  James Bell, labourer.
 17  John Walker, smith.
 15  John McBride, miller.
 13  Alex. Montgomery, lodgings.
 11  Jane Irwin.
  9  Alexander Rafferty, plasterer.
  7  Samuel Johnston, labourer.
  5  R. Havern, painter and glazier.
  3  James Hamilton, pork cutter.
  1  Wm. Dunbar, labourer.

SALEM
Crumlin Road

 39  J. B. Ferguson, of Molyneaux & Ferguson, Unity Street.
 41  R. M. Carson, of Corporation Street.

SAMUEL STREET
Winetavern Street to Millfield.

   1  Wm. Gerns, biscuit baker.
   3  Eliza Gauley.
   5  James Larkin, labourer.
   7  Patrick Cavanagh, labourer.
   9  John O'Neill, dealer.
 11  Daniel Leitch, labourer.
 13  John Weir, shoe maker.
15 to 27  VACANT
 29  B. Dorran, lodgings.
 31  Samuel Bunton, dealer.
 35  Daniel Kelly, whip maker.
 37  John Armstrong.
 39  VACANT
 41  Henry Lee, grocer.
 43  R. Macosquin.
 45  Patrick Coulter, wire worker.
 47  John Sullivan, publican.
 42  Jas. Donnelly, labourer.
 24  Saml. Cooper, ticket collector in grain market, and corn
      dealer.
 22  Wm. Farrell, coach man.
 20  Samuel Cooper's stabling yard.
 18  John Kenny, porter.
 16  Wm. McAuley, dealer.
 14  James McGuigan, dealer.
 12  Robert Kelly, pensioner.
 10  James Connolly, carpenter.
   8  Geo. McMullan, seaman.
   6  M. McKeever, labourer.
   4  Peter McCourd, pedlar.
   2  Francis Gallagher, smith.

SANDY ROW
Blackstaff Bridge to Malone

    3  Francis Patterson, grocer.
    5  Wm. Faulkner, spinning master.
    7  Wm. Finnagin, mechanic.
    9  Mrs. Miller, dealer.
  25  Orr Carlin, grocer and spirit dealer.
  39  Abraham Kidd, grocer.
  61  Mary Scott, grocer and publican.
  63  Mrs. Watson, grocer.
  67  Mrs. Fraser, dealer.
  77  James Gallagher, porter.
  81  Thomas Johnston.
  83  Belfast Glue & Starch Works, E. Tucker; office, Waring
        Street.
  85  Hugh Miskimmons, carpenter.
111  John Fee, publican.
113  John Gardner, weaver.
119  James Blakely.
121  Hugh Crawford.
143  David Bowes, grocer.
145  Wm. Hunter, pensioner.
147  James Logan, fireman.
149  Hugh Henderson, mill worker.
151  Jane Nicholson, sewer.
153  Robert Rankin, labourer.
155 Mrs. Beggs.
157  Mrs. Bowes.
159  James Douglas, weaver.
161  John Campbell.
                 { Bedford Terrace}
    1  Mrs. Nelson.
    2  Mrs. McKee.
    3  Mrs. James Scott.
    4  Henry Allen, inspector, Ulster Railway.
    5  Wm. Gilmore.
    6  Wm. Whaley, grocer.
  16  James Mills, labourer.
  18  Thomas Cairnduff, watch man.
   "    Isaac Waugh, designer.
  20  James Johnstone, shoe maker.
  26  Henry Fitzgerald, hackler.
  28  Jeremiah McKinney, clerk.
  30  Henry Warner, sawyer.
  32  Wm. Clements, grocer.
  34  George Hinchey, labourer.
  36  John Crowe.
                fifteen small houses
  64  Hamilton Newell, grocer.
  66  Robert McKibbin, tailor.
  70  John Taylor, publican.
  72  James Hughes, grocer.
  78  Wm. Moffett, grocer.
  98  James Norwood, brick layer.
102  Wm. Moore, dealer.
106  D. Freeland, rougher.
108  David Dunlop, carpenter.
110  John McKeown, porter.
112  Mrs. Ferguson.
114  Sarah Pollock, grocer.
116  Wm. John Strain, labourer.
118  John McDornan, pawn broker.
120  Mrs. McConnell.
122  Thomas Allen, labourer.
124  John Quinn, porter.
126  James Campbell, grocer.
128  Mrs. Stewart.
130  John Moffett, porter.
132  Wm. Kingsbury, porter.
134  Joseph Wright, lithographic printer.
136  Mrs. McCallam.
138  Robert Donaghy, lamp lighter.
140  John Falloon, constable.
142  John Weir, carter.
144  George Power, carter.
146  Ewen Campbell, porter.
148  John McCracken, tailor.
150  Hans McCoubrey, guard on Ulster Railway.
152  James McClune, porter.
154  Mrs. Bowes.
156  Robert Crothers, constable.
158  Thomas Todd, pensioner.
160  James Henderson, labourer.
162  Thomas Harris, labourer.
164  Wm. McDowell, shoe maker.
166  John McGifford, constable.
168  Thomas Strain, car driver and spirit dealer.
               five small houses
178  Matthew Campbell, grocer.
             seventy six small houses

SARAH STREET
Frederick Street to York Lane

  ~  Wesleyan Sunday Schools.
   1  Mrs. Bridget Harper.
   3  James Love, clerk.
   5  Mrs. Armstrong.
   7  John Edwards, glass manufacturer.
   9  Wm. H. Curran, linen lapper.
 11  Mrs. Kelly.
 13  Robt. Wightman, carpenter.
 15  John Smyth, designer.
 17  Thos. Walker, cabinet maker.
  "    George Walker, upholsterer.
 19  John Ferguson, seaman.
 21  Russell Henderson, grocer.
 22  Francis McKenna, carpenter.
 20  Thomas Craig, gas fitter.
 18  Samuel Beggs, carpenter.
 16  John Robinson, cabinet ware rooms, Donegall Street.
 14  John O'Neill, reeling master.
 12  Wm. McKeown, butler.
 10  Mrs. Johnson.
   8  John Hatten.
   6  Miss Smylie. dress maker and bonnet maker.
   4  Jane Currell, dress maker.
   2  Thomas Gray, labourer.

SCOTCH STREET
off Cullintree Road

thirty six small houses

SCOTT STREET
Sandy Row

thirty small houses

SECOND STREET
North Howard Street to Conway Street

   2  J. McDowell, spirit grocer.
   4  Andrew Taylor, mechanic.
   6  Mrs. Lynn.
   8  Michael Maguire, labourer.
 10  Daniel Magennis, carpenter.
 12  Daniel Quinn, labourer.
 14  John Ferrin, labourer.

SEVASTOPOL STREET
Falls Road

   2  John McGra, labourer.
   4  Anthony Doherty, hackler.
   6  Jas. Cromie, labourer.
   8  Wm. Quinn, hackler.
 10  Peter Roney, hackler.
 12  Elizabeth McCabe.
 13  Thomas Officer, labourer.
 15  James Gillespie, sawyer.
 17  Wm. Lytle, stone cutter.
 19  Chas. Magee, hackler.
 21  Denis McAlase, clerk.
 23  James Lenaghan, labourer.
 25  F. McDonald, spinning master.
 27  John McCristel.
 31  John Ralph.
   1  Michael McCloskey, flax buyer.

SEYMOUR LANE
off Seymour Street

   1  Isaac Rodgers, labourer.
   3  Mrs. Nichol.
   5  Hamilton McNeill, lath splitter.
   7  Bernard McIldoon, carter.
   9  Matthew McDermott, farrier.
 11  John Hennety, carter.
 13  John McDermott, farrier.
 15  Sarah McKeown, factory worker.
 17  John Burns, coach driver.
 12  Mrs. Hayes.
 10  Wm. Wright, coach painter.
   8  Michael Marlin, dealer.
   6  James Anderson's grain store.
   4  Joseph Bain, rectifying distillery; residence, Glenfield Pl.
   2  John Brown, sen., building yard and dwelling house.

SEYMOUR ROW
off Seymour Street

   1  Mary Megraw, shirt maker.
   3  Robt. Canavan, car driver.
   5  Bernard O'Hanlon, car driver.
   7  James Burns, painter.
   9  John Magee, cabinet maker.
 11  Joseph Black, labourer.
 13  James Kerr, labourer.
 15  Thomas Rea, car driver.
 17  Wm. Gaw, porter.
 19  rear of Wm. Miller's coach factory, Gloucester Street.

SEYMOUR STREET
Little May Street to Chichester Street

   1  side of Lawson & T. Brown's timber yard.
   3  Charles Waldmer, hatter.
   5  Matthew McDermott, farrier.
   7  John Garland, hostler.
   "   Mrs. Laughlin, washer woman.
 13  Ann McCoubry.
 29  VACANT
 31  Wm. Dempster, carpenter.
  "    S. & M. Dempster, dress makers.
 33  David Morrow, clerk.
 35  Arthur Kennedy, flour merchant.
 38  Wm. Jordan, foreman printer.
 36  John Daly, tailor.
 34  Edward Kernahan, mechanic.
 32  Hugh Ross, carpenter.
  "    M. Ross, dress maker.
 30  Mrs. Mines.
 26  James Parker, mechanic.
 24  Robert Kerr, carpenter.
 22  James Colvin, cloth lapper.
 20  John Jamison, dealer.
 18  James Anderson; shop, 14 Seymour Street.
 16  James McKee, sewed muslin manufacturer.
 14  J. & F. Anderson & Co., window blind makers & bell
       hangers; residence, No. 18
12&10  H. Taylor, master painter.
   8  Jas. Mawhinney, coach maker; residence, 6 Russell St.

SHAFTESBURY PLACE
Agnes Street

 42  VACANT
 44  James Roseman, sewed muslin manufacturer.
 46  Alexander Edgar, carpenter.
 48  Wm. Brown, compositor.
 50  William Mackey, clerk.
 52  VACANT
 54  Timothy Levers, cabinet maker.
 56  VACANT
 58  VACANT
 60  John McKay, carpenter.
 62  Alexander Wilson, clerk.
 64  Mr. Stirrat.
 66  Robert McGeahey, draper.
 68  Samuel Glasgow, traveller.
 70  D. Murphy, lithographic printer.
 72  J. Mackenzie, damask designer.

SHANE'S COURT
Shankill Road

six small houses

SHANKILL COURT
Shankill Road

two small houses

SHANKILL ROAD
from Upper Peter's Hill

    9  Anne Adams, grocer.
  11  H. Greer, tailor.
  13  E. Boyd, dress maker.
  15  Michael Magee, mechanic.
  17  Samuel Rea.
  19  Robert Meredith, cabinet maker.
  21  Mrs. McMahon.
  23  Wm. Gray, labourer.
  25  Thomas Robinson, labourer.
  27  John Gray.
  29  Hugh Allen, butcher.
  31  Hugh Maguire, tailor.
  33  John Whiteside, warper.
  35  Mary Anne Hanna.
  37  John Roney, brick layer.
  39  George Morris, glass cutter.
  41  George Hancock, turnkey.
  43  Eliza Chamny, milliner.
  45  Daniel McCartin, grocer.
  47  Wm. Baxter, tailor.
  49  VACANT
  51  Arthur Galway, pawn broker.
  53  Mrs. Johnston.
  55  Joshua Smith, mechanic.
  57  Andw. Cowan, grocer and spirit dealer.
  59  John Bryson, clerk.
              {  Agnes Place  }
         {  Hopetoun Place  }
  83  Margt. Kirkpatrick, grocer and spirit dealer.
  85  John Stewart, dealer.
87&89  T. McAllen, pawn broker.
  91  Thos. McAllen's residence.
  93  Mrs. Connor, dealer.
  95  Bessy Hanna, dealer.
  97  Owen Hatten, grocer.
  99  Alexander Harkness, carpenter.
101  Francis Devlin, dealer.
103  Wm. Allen, brick layer.
105  Mrs. Martin.
107  Thos. McQuaide, carter.
109  J. Beacon, grocer.
111  John English, grocer.
113  James Dunne, rope maker.
115  VACANT
117  H. Kennedy, foreman hackler.
119  Sarah McLaughlin, huckster.
121&123  William White, grocer and spirit dealer.
125  Nathaniel Smith, linen lapper.
127  John Rea Semple.
129  John Quinn.
131  Charles Rodgers.
133  Andrew Gordon, labourer.
135  James Hannan, spirit dealer.
139  Alex. Ellis, plate polisher.
141  Hugh O'Neill, milk man.
143  James Kelly, coal man.
145  Alex. Myers, foundry worker.
147  Elizabeth Brannigan.
149  Thos. Black, labourer.
151  James O'Neill, grocer.
153&155  Bower's Hill Tavern and spirit store; Michael
        Campbell, proprietor.
157  Mrs. Pollock.
159  Sarah Livingstone, dealer.
161  Wm. Stewart, labourer.
163  Mrs. Martin.
165  James McIlwaine, labourer.
167  John Willis, labourer.
169  Isabella Armstrong.
171  Philip Wright, coal merchant.
  "     John Bell, rent agent.
177  Alex. Boyd, car man.
179  Pat. Donovan, printer.
181  Wm. Russell, block printer.
183  W. J. Rodgers, clerk.
185  W. Smyth.
187  Thos. L. Patterson.
189  James Martin, horse sealer.
191  VACANT
193  Robt. McKenny, tailor.
195  Margaret McManus.
197  James Grennan, mechanic.
199  Hugh Mallon, Crimean Tavern.
209  Charles McSparren, car owner.
211  Samuel Adams, mechanic.
213  Robert Fleming, grocer.
215  George Thompson, labourer.
217  Mrs. Auld.
  ~   Snugville, Edwd. Walkington, druggist, Rosemary Street.
  ~   Brookfield, Robert Thomson, Clonard Spinning Company.
  ~   Glenwood, John Cunningham, of Glenwood Corn Mills.
  ~   Glenwood Corn Mills.
  ~    St. Matthew's Church, Rev. Charles Crossley, incumbent.
  ~   Shankill Burying Ground.
 
~   Shankill Cottage, J. Oyston, flax buyer.
  ~   Mourneview Cottage, John Ferguson, Whiterock, Bleach
        -green.
  ~   Woodvale, Jas. Greer, metal merchant.
                 Mount View ~
  ~   Bernard Rice.
  ~   Glenwood Tavern and Pleasure Gardens, James
        McLaughlin, proprietor.
               seven small houses
  ~   Hugh Drain, cart wright.
  ~   J. Kirkpatrick, grocer 7c.
            {  Nelson Buildings  }
  ~   Sugarfield, Rev. Isaac Nelson.
  ~   W. Brown, bleacher.
  ~   Jas. McClenaghan, school master.
222  Grace Thompson, dealer.
220  Patrick McAleish, foundry worker.
218  Thomas Cameron, grocer and spirit dealer.
  ~   Gasometer.
210  John Lockhart, grocer.
208  Mrs. O'Hara.
206  Geo. McQuoid, painter.
202  H. McVeigh, grocer.
         a number of small houses
170  John Herron, grocer.
  ~   Building Ground.
144  R. Peel, baker and spirit dealer.
142  Mary Cullen, nurse tender.
140  John Harkness, carpenter.
138  Wm. Dorrans, mechanic.
136  Edwin W. Ewens, brass founder.
124  J. McCullough, cart wright.
                  {  Kennedy Place  }
                  seven small houses
  44  Wm. Nelson, cattle dealer.
  42  Wm. Daly, grocer.
  40  Wm. Milliken, stokerer.
  38  Robert Beck, boot and shoe maker.
  36  W. Jas McKeown, currier.
  34  Thomas Brechin, cotton printer.
  32  Alex. Fitzpatrick, labourer.
  30  John McKnight, in the police office.~
  28  John Collins, whip maker.
  26  Robert Leinster, shoe maker.
  24  Mrs. Giffin.
  22  R. Percy, tailor.
   ~  Edward McAllister, dealer.
  20  George Campbell, gas maker for new prison.
  18  Joseph Sands, news vender.
  16  John Morgan, labourer.
  14  Peter Hughes, car driver.
  12  Catherine Harrison.
10&8  James Haslett, grocer.
    6  Abraham Neill, grocer and spirit dealer.
    4  George Walker, foreman lapper.
    2  Shankill Ropewalk.

SHEALS' ENTRY
Carrick Hill

five small houses

SHIPBOY STREET
Nelson Street to Little York Street

   2  Wm. Gordon, ship carpenter.
   4  John O'Leery, labourer.
   6  Patrick McAnally, seaman.

   8  Charles Lilly, plumber.
 10  John Millburn, master mariner.
 12  George McFall, linen lapper.
 14  Wm. Price, master mariner.
 16  Wm. Miller, mariner.
 18  Mrs. Hutchison.
 20  Abel Gamble, stone cutter.
 22  Richard McCune, coal broker.
 24  John Nugent, clerk.
 26  Jas. Barkley, sea captain.
 33  Mrs. McLaughlin.
 31  Robert Wilson, seaman.
 29  John Bennett, carpenter.
 27  Captain R. Brown.
 25  Winlock Magee, ship carpenter.
 23  John Baxter, seaman.
 21  John Anderson, carpenter.
  "    Patrick Rowan, clerk.
 19  Michael Dennan, painter.
 17  James S. Nelson, clerk.
 15  Hugh Noble, sawyer.
 13  Peter Caulfield, carpenter.
 11  James Dinnen, boat builder.
   9  George Bunard, wire weaver.
   7  Edward Walker, labourer.
   5  John Airey, steward of Semaphore.
   3  Thomas McElhenny, mechanic.

SHIP STREET
York Street to Garmoyle Street

   2  Mrs. Greer.
   4  Alex. McCune, ship carpenter.
   6  John Neill, sea captain.
   8  Timothy Bell, manager of Mr. Finlay's flax stores.
 10  Mrs. Hill's school. 
 12  Thomas Kirkwood, plasterer.
 14  James McComb, ship carpenter.
 16  John Blythe, engineer.
 18  James Curry, mechanic.
 20  Mrs. Wilson, grocer and publican.
 22 John Blair, mechanic.
 24  Thomas Carroll, manager in Mr. Gelston's, Skipper Street.
 40  Mrs. Wilson, grocer.
 42  Edward Rodgers, school master.
 44  Samuel Ferguson, draper.
 58  Patrick McKenna, lumper.
  "    Evans & Bruce, ships' smith works.
 60  Robert Hyndson, cutter in J. G. McGee's.
 62  Agnes Moore, lodgings.
 64  Thomas Vernon, foreman boiler maker.
 66  Henry Bulla, grocer's assistant.
 68  Henry McClean, pilot master.
   1  David Fulton, builder.
   3  Chas. Orr, commercial traveller.
   5  Mrs. Underwood.
   7  Wm. Smith, clerk.
   9  John Brennan, sea captain.
 11  James Stewart, ship carpenter.
 13  Joseph Napier, sea captain.
 15  VACANT
 17  VACANT
 19  John Cooper, custom house officer.
 21  Henry Hutchison, sea captain.
 23  Mrs. Ward.
 25  Robert Ritchie, master mariner.
 27  David W. Moore.
 29  Miss McBirnie.
 31  William Trelford, custom house officer.
 33  Mrs. Smith.
 35  Robert Stevenson, bookkeeper.
 37  Wm. Wilson, foreman smith.
 39  Mrs. Curtis, lodgings.
 41  C. Gordon, milliner and dress maker.
 43  Samuel Lindsay.
 45  Arthur Buchanan, draper.
 47  Henry Briggs, officer of customs.
 49  Captain Ewing.
 51  Thomas Shields, bookkeeper.
 53  Joseph McCloy, carpet, damask and room paper ware-
       house, 75 Victoria Street.
 55  Alexander Hardy, manager for Alexander O'Rorke,
       solicitor, Donegall Street.
 57  John Pesco, retired coast guard.
 59  Joseph Bell, carpenter.
 61  Margaret Parker.

SHIP STREET BACK
back of Ship Street

   1  George McColgan, constable.
   3  Wm. Noble, sawyer.
   5  John Ritchie, boiler maker.
   7  Thomas Sloan, mechanic.
   9  VACANT
 10  Hugh Duffy, watch man.
   8  James Roy, railway constable.
   6  John Russell, labourer.
   4  John McRoberts, boiler maker.
   2  Thomas Swaneybank, turner.

SHIP STREET LITTLE
Fleet Street to Point Fields, right side

   1  Mrs. Wilson, spirit dealer (side door)
   2  John McGrogan, sawyer.
   4  Mary Graham.
   6  D. Anderson, carpenter.
            {  Ship Street intersects  }
   8  Mrs. Stewart.

SHORT STREET
Pilot Street to Prince's Dock

   1  Samuel Savage, American Hotel.
   3  Sarah Quigley, spirit dealer.
   5  James Ritchey, grain merchant.
   7  Daniel Gilmore, grocer.
 14  John Lemon, grocer.
 12  James Kerr, ship builder.
 10  Thomas Reilly, lodging house.
   8  George Murray, mariner.
   6  Robert Crawford, labourer.
   4  Reed McIlroy, labourer.
   2  James Patterson, labourer.

SIDNEY STREET
off Park Street

   1  Charles Canavan, sawyer.
   3  John French, brick layer.
   5  Hugh Owen, cabinet maker.
   7  Michael McChrystal, tobacco spinner.
   9  VACANT
 11  James Barry, labourer.
 13  Edward Dawson, plasterer.
 15  Robert Owens, plasterer.
 22  Mary Stewart.
 20  James Sullivan, printer.
 18  John Hughes, labourer.
 16  Samuel Patterson, labourer.
 14  Thomas Martin, printer.
 12  Samuel Smith, muslin printer.
 10  James Carvill, tailor.
   8  Wm. John Wright, brick layer.
   6  Owen McIlwee, pensioner.
   4  John Todd, warper.
   2  Mrs. Wallace.

SKIPPER STREET
High Street to Waring Street

   1  Robert Black, spirit dealer.
   "   Mrs. Campbell, book binder &c.
   3  Wm. Wilson, cutler and surgical instrument maker.
   5  W. B. Penton, commission agent.
   "   Wm. Miller, commission agent.
   "   D. J. Allen, commission agent; residence, 3 Carlisle Place
   "   Thomas Wallace, tea and commission merchant.
   "   Wm. Masterson & Co., commission agents.
   "   Francis C. Haddock, dry salter and general merchant;
       residence, 27 Alma Terrace.
   7  Wm. McConnell, wholesale grocer.
   9  Jane Coffey, haberdasher &c.
 11  Wm. Wardlow, tailor.
 13  Joseph Erskine, book binder &c.
 15  Wm. Burns, gas fitter.
 17  William Gelston, merchant and tobacco manufacturer &
       64 Tomb Street; residence, 12 Great George's Street.
 19  Wm. Johnston, lithographer, stationer, general printer &c.
      and 25 Waring Street; residence, 5 Corporation Street.
 30  Joseph Lowry's side entrance.
  "    E. J. McEntire.
 28  David Mark, wholesale and retail cheese merchant &
       grocer; residence, 40 Gloucester Street.
 26  J. McKee, commission agent.
 24  Philip Johnston & Co., tobacco manufacturers.
 22  Archibald McCollum, general broker and commission
       merchant and agent for S. Allsop & Sons, Burton-on-Trent;
       residence, 150 Albion Place.
  "    W. Montgomery, general broker; residence, 5 Clarendon
       Place.
 20  C. Forsythe, nail manufacturer.
 16  John Crooks, saw maker.
 14  Mrs. Hughes, grocer.
 12  Robt. Malcolm, cooper and herring dealer.
 10  Bernard Dempsey, tailor.
   8  Catherine Forsythe, boarding house and spirit dealer.
   4  Madeline Henry, grocer.
   2  Jas. Byrne, boot and shoe maker.

SMITHFIELD
from Berry Street

   1  Maria Kelly, clothes dealer.
   2  Charles McCafferty, hatter.
   3  John O'Neill, auctioneer.
   4  Catherine McCurry, dealer.
   "   Geo. Headley, clothes dealer.
   5  Wm. Hunter, auctioneer.
6&7  Wm. Ruddell, cabinet maker.
   8  Wm. Moore, furniture dealer.
   9  Robt. O'Neill, furniture dealer.
 10  Bernd. Campbell#s iron mongery and house furnishing
       establishment.
 11  Patk. McShane, auctioneer.
 12  Henry & Francis Bradley, spirit dealers and grocers.
 13  John Coyle, furniture dealer.
 14  VACANT
 15  Teetotal Hall, Michael Gilligan, superintendent.
 16  VACANT
 17  John McCormick, grocer.
 18  John Kerr, grocer and publican.
 19  James McWilliams, cork cutter.
 20  Mary Conway, straw dealer.
 22 VACANT
 23  Helena Cinnamond, grocer, publican and green hide dealer.
 24  Wm. B. Todd, auctioneer and appraiser.                          cont  ^ >

          SMITHFIELD          continued

 25  Patrick McEntee, school master.
 26  Robert Butler, furniture dealer.
                 North Side :-
 27  Patk. Maguire, provision dealer.
 28  James O'Neill, barber and hair dresser.
 29  Wm. McCartney, carpenter.
 30  James McMahon, grocer.
 31  Mrs. O'Neill, grocer &c.
 32  Wm. Browne, grocer.
 33  Margaret Graham, pawn broker.
 34  Abel George, pawn broker.
 35  Patrick Griffith, wine, spirit, tobacco and snuff dealer, No 3
       Winetavern Street.
 40  J. & J. Herdman's spinning mill; residences, James
       Herdman, Strabane; John Herdman, The Lodge, Cliftonville
               West Side :-
41&42  Henry McLorinan, china, glass and earthenware estab-
       lishment.
 43  Smithfield Brewery, Clotworthy Dobbin, proprietor; residence
       1 Royal Terrace.
 44  John McEntee, hay presser.
  "    James McGravey, clothes dealer.
 46  Jeremiah Casey, clothes dealer.
 47  Owen McNeill, spirit grocer.
 48  Bernd. Redmond, marine store.
 49  Charles Grogan, hay dealer.
 50  Bernd. Devlin, general furniture dealer.
 51  Peter Lucas, hatter.
 52  Owen Trainor, French Polisher.
 53  Bernard Devlin, furniture dealer.
 54  James McCartney, looking glass maker.
 55  Thomas Williamson, furniture dealer.
 56  John Woods, scantling yard.
                    South Side :-
 58  B. Devlin's stores.
 59  VACANT
60&61  O'Gregory, furniture dealer.
 62  John Gordon, furniture dealer.
 63  James Meharg, auctioneer,
 64  David Ruddell, furniture dealer.
 65  John Gordon, cabinet maker.
 66  James Halpin, spirit dealer.
67&68  David Ruddell, furniture warerooms.
 69  George Evans, grocer.
 70  Wm. McStay, grocer.
71&72  Patk. McGlade, spirit store.
 73  Edward Kelly, auctioneer and clothes dealer.
  ~  Sheds......South side
   2  James Macklin, furniture dealer.
3&4  Peter Rodgers, dealer.
   5  VACANT
   6  Patk. McCabe, furniture dealer.
   7  Mary Echlin, furniture dealer.
   8  James Kirker, trunk maker.
   9  James McCall, furniture dealer.
 10  Wm. Moore, furniture dealer.
 11  Robt. O'Neill, furniture dealer.
 12  John Gordon, furniture dealer.
                  East Side :-
 13  Wm. McGreavy, clothes dealer.
 14  John Campbells, hardware dealer.
 15  P. Mullan, dealer in old books.
 16  B. Campbell, hardware dealer.
 17  B. & J. Campbell, hardware dealers.
 18  John McCune, furniture dealer.
 19  Thos. Martin, hardware dealer.
 20  John McCleave, hardware dealer, 5 Charlemont Street.
 21  Bernard Monaghan, delf and furniture dealer, 9 Kennedy's
       Row.
 22  Francis McConnell, furniture dealer.
 23  Wm. Dawson, hardware dealer.
 24  Peter McConkey, tin smith.
 25  Anthony Cochrane, tin smith.
 26  Wm. Cochrane, tinsmith.
 27  Wm. Ruddell, hardware dealer.
 28  John Clements, tin smith.
 29  James McCabe, delf dealer.
 30  John Cochrane, tin smith.
 31  Mrs. Campbell, delf dealer.
 32  Hugh Gilmore, tin smith.
              North Side:-
 33  Kirkwood, Heaney, shoe maker, Chapel Lane.
 34  Wm. Stewart, clothes dealer, Winetavern Street.
 35  Charles Heaney, shoe shop.
 36  John McKenna, potato dealer; Hudson's Entry.
 37  Francis Boylan, shoe shop.
 38  John Coyle, clothes dealer.
 39  Mrs. Corry.
 40  Weighing office; Adam Greer, weigh master, 83 Joy Street.
 41  William Stitt, general timber dealer.
                North Side - inside :-
 42  George Hedley, clothes dealer.
 43  John Coyle, clothes dealer; Francis Street.
 44  Susan Sands, clothes dealer.
 45  Catherine Tosh, clothes dealer; 1 Kennedy's Row.
 46  Mary Kingan, clothes dealer; 20 Kennedy's Row.
 47  Wm. Stewart, clothes dealer.
             East Side - inside :-
 48  R. Butler, furniture dealer.
 49  Bernard Burns, clothes dealer.
 50  Francis Crawford, dealer.
 51  William Ruddell, carpenter; 6 Smithfield.
 52  Charles Burns, furniture dealer; 47 Millfield.
 53  John Doherty, furniture dealer; 14 Round Entry.
 54  Jas. McCleave, furniture dealer.
 55  Patrick Fines, furniture dealer.
 56  J. McCleave, hardware dealer; 5 Charlemont Street.
 57  Bernard Monaghan, furniture dealer.
 58  John McCleave, hardware dealer.
 59  John Cumine, saddler, 168 North Street.
 60  John McCune, furniture dealer.
 61  Bernard Campbell, hardware dealer.
 62  Robert O'Neill, furniture dealer.
 63  Robert Munce, carpenter.
 64  Robert O'Neill, furniture dealer.
 65  Wm. Moore, furniture dealer.
 66  James McCall, furniture dealer.
                 South Side - inside :-
 67  John Hagan, auctioneer.
 68  John O'Neill, auctioneer.
 69  Thomas Mullaghan, auctioneer; Berry Street.
 70  David Morton, auctioneer; Berry Street.
 71  Henry Mallaghan, auctioneer; Berry Street.
 72  Edward Kelly, auctioneer; 1 Chapel Lane.
 73  Peter Rogers, furniture dealer, 6 Miller's Lane.

SMITHFIELD COURT
off Smithfield

thirty eight small houses

SMITH STREET
off Lagan Street

   1  David Nevin's stabling yard.
   3  Henry Savage, seaman.
   5  Mrs. McIver.
   7  James Smith, seaman.
   9  Mrs. Brannagan.
 11  James McClean, fowl dealer.
 12  Mrs. Scullan.
 10  Christopher Haughey, clerk.
   8  Jeremiah Scullan, soap boiler.
   6  Yard
   4  Mrs. Shields.

SOUTHWELL STREET
off Henry Street

1&3  Robert Patrick, pawn broker.
   5  James Gillespie, labourer.
   7  John Phillips, labourer.
   9  David Simpson, labourer.
 11 Wm. Stripp, labourer.
 13  Wm. Strain, labourer.
 15  Francis Muldoon, tailor.
 17  Robert Innis, labourer.
 19  Thomas Forsythe, labourer.
 21  George Watson, ship carpenter.
 23  Mrs. McKeever, shirt maker.
 25  Robert Moorehead, sawyer.
 27  Wm. Hall, fireman in mill.
 29  Robert Harper, grocer.
 26  Cairns Johnston, brick layer.
 24  Robert Martin, constable.
 22  Thos. Flynn, pensioner.
 20  David Dalzell, sawyer.
 18  Thomas McMurray, sail maker.
 16  John Hardy, smith.
 14  Jas. Christie, labourer.
 12  Wm. Galt, carpenter.
 10  Andrew McCracken.
   8  Alexander Douglas, seaman.
   6  Wm. Parke, plasterer.
   4  J. Robinson, shoe maker.
   2  Cornelius McGarry, porter.

SPAMOUNT
North Queen Street

   1  Mrs. Malet.
   2  James Mayfield, manager in W. Dobbin's, North Street.
   3  Thomas Barrell, manager of the white wareroom for the
      York Street Spinning Company.
   4  Patrick Graham.
   5  Wm. McStay, dentist.
   6  Edward B. Giltenan, house and land agent.

SPIERS' PLACE
Shankill Road

eighteen small houses

SPENCER STREET
off York Street

   3  Margaret Scott.
   5  Wm. Service, bookkeeper.
   7  John Pascoe, sea captain.
   9  J. Guiner, foreman carpenter.
 11  Matthew Larmour, grocer.
 13  Norman B. Gifford, clerk in Ulster Bank.
 15  Wm. Coates, clerk.
 19  Mrs. Anderson.
 21  Robert McBratney, engineer.
 23  Janet Galbraith.
 25  Michael Woods, jeweller.
 27  Thomas McMullan, drug warehouse, 69 Victoria Street.
 29  VACANT
 35  Mrs. Lendrum.
 37  Jas. Quirey, clerk.
 39  Harriet Smith.
 41  Wm. Dunne, manager in Messrs. Mulhollands' weaving
       factory.
 43  Mrs. Church.
 45  J. Patterson, foreman printer.
 50  Mrs. Kennedy.
 48  James Neill, mechanic.
 46  Henry Bradley, black smith.
 44  Caston Clawson, black smith.
 42  George McCloskie.
 40  J. Steenson, commercial traveller.
 28  John McCutcheon, pilot master.
 26  Edward Prenter.
 24  Jacob Guiler, carpenter.
 22  Wm. Murphy.
 20  James Coutts, engineer.
 18  Daniel Ritchie.
 16  Wm. Jackson, cess collector.
 14  Mrs. Stewart, dress maker.
 12  Charles Goudy, bookkeeper.
 10  Mrs. Irvine.
   8  VACANT
   6  Patrick Maguire, carpenter.
   2  R. D. Kirk, grocer, York Street.

STANFIELD COURT
off Stanfield Street

   1  John Graham, car driver.
   3  Patrick Kinalty, porter.
   5  R. Hepburn, porter.
 10  William Pauline, carpenter.
   8  W. Morrow, boot and shoe maker.
   6  John Waddell, porter.
   4  Michael Maginn, labourer.
   2  James McGrath, labourer.

STANFIELD STREET
Verner Street to Stewart Street

    1  Alex. Ferguson, labourer.
    3  Arthur Kelly, tailor.
    5  John Beattie, car driver.
    7  Michael McPollan, car driver.
    9  Wm. Collins.
  11  Daniel Keey,(Kee , Key) car driver.
  13  Mary McVeigh, washer woman.
  15  James Carson, labourer.
  17  Margaret McAuley.
  19  Robert Nelson.
  21  John Cunningham, carter.
  23  Henry McKee, porter.
  25  Henry Hamilton, labourer.
  27  Jas. Rossbotham, car driver.
  29  Catherine O'Hare, dealer.
  31  Yard.
33&35  Fras. Smyth, spirit dealer and grocer.
  37  John Foster, car driver.
  39  Mat. Boyle, labourer.
  41  Hugh McNamara, labourer.
  43  W. Cleland, tailor.
  45  John Cleland, labourer.
  47  Jane Mall, washer woman.
  51  Samuel Lynas, labourer.
  53  R. Pelan, lithographic printer.
  55  Charles Scott, labourer.
  57  Peter Mitchell, labourer.
  59  John McKenna, shoe maker.
  61  Mrs. McCreedy.
  63  James Donnan, in police office.
  65  Mrs. Martin, huckster.
  67  Patrick Casement.
  69  Mrs. Muckie, huckster.
  71  James Moffatt, labourer.
  73  Yard.
  75  George Calwell, print cutter.
  77  Mrs. Kerr.
  79  Mrs. Smyth.
  81  John Prenter, labourer.
  83  John Drake, porter.
  85  Mary Campbell, dealer.
  87  Thomas McWilliam, fireman.
  89  John Davey, labourer.
  91  Richard Roberts, pensioner.
   "    Robert Taylor, in gas works.
  93  Archy Totten, labourer.
  95  Mrs. Blythe.
  97  Wm. Hogg, cow keeper.
  99  Mrs. Livingstone, huckster.
101  Mrs. White.
103  Wm. Murray, labourer.
105  James Bingham, labourer.
107  Arthur Donnelly, car owner.
  ~   rear of iron works
  80  James Havelin, labourer.
  78  Robert Sloan, constable.
  76  James McCabe, tailor.
  74  John Condy, constable.
  72  Patrick Condy, tailor.
  70  Henry Green, labourer.
  68  Rose Fitzsimmons, huckster.
  64  Richard Stitt, smith.
  62  Mrs. Strainey.
  60  Wm. Hunter, labourer.
  58  Felix McGuigan, labourer.
  56  John Halliday, shoe maker.
  54  Francis Johnston, labourer.
  52  Mrs. Walsh, washer woman.
  50  Wm. Erskine, shoe maker.
  48  Wm. Chambers, black smith.
  46  Jas. Magowan, labourer.
  44  Richard Bell, stone cutter.
  42  Alex. Montgomery, stone cutter.
  40  James Martin, huckster.
  38  George Thomson, stone cutter.
  36  Wm. Hayes, grocer.
  34  John Dobbs, grocer.
  32  Patrick Canavan, paper stainer.
  30  John Bright, seaman.
  28  Mrs. Doran, fowl dealer.
  26  Henry Faloon, dealer.
  24  Wm. Lynas, lamp lighter.
  22  Henry McAlister, constable.
  20  Wm. McCloud, book binder.
  18  Susanna McDowell.
  16  Eliza White.
  14  James Jenkins, seaman.
  12  Robert Hamilton, paper stainer.
  10  Agnes Kennedy, dealer.
    8  Mrs. Cochrane.
    6  Thomas Osborne, shoe maker.
    4  Thomas H. McClure, sawyer.
    2  John Houston, grocer.

STANHOPE STREET
Old Lodge Road to Trinity Street

   1  Benjamin Lynas.
   3  Mrs. Waters.
   5  John McMullan, moulder.
   7  Wm. Johnston, labourer.
   9  Patrick McIlroy, stone cutter.
 11  Wm. Hammond.
 13  Samuel McClure, labourer.
 15  Patrick McShane, labourer.
 17  Henry Wilson, tea dealer.
 19  Mrs. Griffith.
 21  Thomas Ferguson, baker.
 23  Mrs. Jane Bullick.
 25  Mrs. Canning.
 27  Mrs. Walker, grocer.
 29  John Heaney, mill operative.
 31  Edward McCabe, carpenter.
 33  Wm. Kennedy, tailor.
 35  Thomas Lyons, gun maker.
 37  Jas. McKee, lithographic printer.
 39  Robert Douglas, stone cutter.
 41  Thomas Stewart, waiter.
 43  James Carson, labourer.
 76  Robert Harris.
 74  Edward Oldham, compositor.
 72  Robert Mathewson, pork cutter.
 70  Robert McCracken, foreman in grain store.
 68  Benjamin Burton, clerk.
 66  Hugh Smith, moulder.
 64  Mrs. McGouran.
 62  Thomas Derby, cabinet maker.
 60  Wm. J. Curran, mechanic.
 58  Misses Beattie, milliners.
 56  Mrs. Oldham.
 54  Mrs. Brown.
 52  Thomas Thompson, agent for Donaghmore Brewery.
 50  Edwd. Courtenay, mill worker.
 48  Mary McMullan, mangler.
 46  Stephen Leigh.
 44  Wm. R. Cox, compositor.
 42  Benjamin Duff, store keeper.
 40  Robert Caesar, labourer.
 38  Mrs. Neill.
 36  Hugh Semple, butter buyer.
 34  Mrs. Molloy.
 32  Jas. Howie, carpenter.
 30  Arthur McDaniel, leather cutter.
 28  Mary Harvey.
 26  John McCracken, boot maker &c.
 24  Charles Walker, compositor.
 22  James Hamilton, baker.
 20  John Beatty, turnkey in jail.
 18  VACANT
 16  Wm. Morrison, tailor.
 14  Wm. John Torbitt, carpenter.
 12  Alexander Dunne, porter.
 10  Edward Magowan, labourer.
   8  David Gilliland, hatter.
   6  James White, weaver.
   4  Samuel McMeehan, linen lapper.
   2  Samuel McMillen.

STANLEY LANE
off Little York Street

   1  Thomas Crawford, labourer.
   2  Wm. McDowell, mechanic.
   3  Wm. Hutchison, seaman.
   4  Patrick Robb, clerk.
   5  Archibald Glass, seaman.
   6  P. Fitzsimmons, smith's helper.

STANLEY PLACE
off Little York Street

   2  John Officer, tailor.
   4  Samuel McConnell, clerk.
   6  Mrs. McWilliams.
   8  Samuel Wylie, engineer.
 10  Wm. Richardson, master mariner.
   9  Wm. Fletcher, clerk.
   7  ?  Williams.
   5  Mrs. Ling, teacher of music.
   3  Henry Palmer, miller.
   1  Miss Eliza Magee.

STANLEY STREET
off Albert Street

   1  Hance Cleland, grocer.
   3  James Watters, bundler.
   5  Thomas Ramsey, black smith.
   7  Samuel Dixon.
   9  Jane Macartney.
 11  James Tedford, labourer.
 13  Jas. McClelland, hackle maker.
 15  Jas. Macartney, carpenter.
 17  Jane Hall.
 19  Mrs. Gillespie.
 21  Thomas Mitchell, servant.
 23  James Punton (Panton) brick layer.
 25  Thos. Mulholland, weaver.
 27  Thos. Shanks, grocer.
 29  Thomas Gaw, grocer.
 31  Catherine McCuskey.
 33  Mrs. Hall.
 35  Wm. Reynolds, labourer.
 37  Henry Sanderson, cabinet maker.
 39  Christian Madill.
 41  John Stewart.
 43  David Nicholl, mechanic.
 45  James Stevenson, linen lapper.
 47  H. Laverty, grocer and publican.
 49  Thomas Rollins, potato dealer.
 51  Eliza Calender, dealer.
 53  Geo. McNeilly, porter.
 55  Samuel Langtry, boot and shoe maker.
 57  Edward Shanks, tailor.
 59  James McKee, mechanic.
 61  Wm. Stokes, linen manufacturer.
 38  Robert McCahen, grocer.
 36  John Walker, linen lapper.
 34  Mrs. Butler.
 32  Mary Rodgers.
 30  Robert Johnston, shoe maker.
 28  Mrs. Hawthorn.
 26  James Smith.
 24  Mrs. Owen.
 22  John Convery, shoe maker.
 20  Henry Gilfillen, smith.
 18  Thomas Shannon, hackler.
 16  Wm. Green, carpenter.
 14  Wm. Adams, labourer.
 12  Samuel McMurray, labourer.
 10  John McGibbon, seaman.
   8  Mrs. Spiers.
   6  Alex. Thompson, wood carver.
   4  Thomas Adams, fireman.
   2  James Kirkpatrick, labourer.

ST. ANNE'S BUILDINGS
from Donegall Street to North Street

   2  Francis Plunket, general commission merchant, marine
       insurance agent, also agent to the Royal Insurance
       Company, Liverpool; residence, 20 Lonsdale Terrace.
   "   John Douglas, muslin manufacturer; weavers' entrance;
       office, 24 Donegall Street.
  "    George & Thomas McBride, muslin manufacturers;
       residences, George McBride, 67 Inkermann Terrace;
       Thomas McBride, Malone.
 11  Robinson & Agnew, wholesale woollen warehouse;
       residence, 66 Donegall Street.
 16  J. & R. Pritchard & Co., sewed muslin manufacturers;
       James F. Rea, agent; residence, Ballynafeigh.
  "    Andrew Ewing, muslin manufacturer; residence, Ballynafeigh.
  "    Robert Stirrat, sewed muslin manufacturer.
  "    Archibald Smith & Co., sewed muslin manufacturers,
      Glasgow; Edward McCormick, manager; residence, 6
      Trinity Street.

STAUNTON STREET
Stanfield Street to Eliza Street

   1  Thomas Cardwell.
   "   Edward Bradley, labourer.
   3  James Hayes, labourer.
   5  John Clarke, gas fitter.
   7  James Garrett, news vender.
   9  John McCoubrey, carpenter.
 11  James Reid, car driver.
 13  Henry Lyons, night constable.
 15  Wm. James Jackson, porter.
 17  John Nelson, shoe maker.
 19  Wm. Dean, engineer.
 21  Wm. Donaldson, grocer.
 20  Samuel Hamilton, tailor.
 18  Mrs. Norwood.
 16  Robert Rayson, tailor.
 14  Garret Burns, coach man.
 12  John Steed, night constable.
 10  Lorenzo Bowen, stone cutter.
   8  John Munce, brick layer.
   6  James McIlveen, carpenter.
   4  John Anderson, mechanic.
   2  Yard.

STEAM-MILL LANE
Corporation Square to Gamble Street

 11  Ann Shaw, washer woman and huckster.
                    nine small houses
 23  John Charley & Co.'s coal yard.
 27  Hugh Magee, boat man.
33&35  back entrance to John Davis's spirit shop, Tomb Street.
 10  Sinclair & Boyd's store.
   8  John Charley & Co.'s coal yard.
   6  J. Macaulay & Co.'s back gate to steam mill.
   4  Robert Workman, weigh master.
   2  Steam Flour Mills; Jasper Macaulay & Co., proprietors.

STEPHEN STREET
off Little Donegall Street

   1  Richard Moffet, labourer.
   3  James Martin, labourer.
   5  Edward McBride, labourer.
   7  Anne McGovern.
   9  VACANT
 11  James Lyons, brick layer.
 13  Margaret Wells, laundress.
 15  Philip Denby, labourer.
 17  John Newbury, baker.
 19  James Alexander, labourer.
  "    Wm. Lewis's stabling yard.
 23  Wm. Scott, porter.
 25  James McCausland, lithographic printer.
 27  Thomas Cullen, labourer.
 29  Wm. Lewis, spirit dealer.
 31  Patrick Gillen, labourer.
 33&35  Chas. O'Neill, dealer.
 37  James Ash, plasterer.
 39  James Lemon, dealer.
41&43  Daniel Burns, dealer.
 45  James Robb, porter.
 47  James Boyle, carpenter.
 49  John Morrow, labourer.
 51  James Lynas, labourer.
 53  Thomas Larkin, sawyer.
 55  Samuel Todd.
 57  James Griffith, grocer.
 59  James Drain, hatter.
 61  John Ward, labourer.
 63  Thomas Bruce, labourer.
 65  Francis Ward, coal dealer.
 36  Michael Campbell, moulder.
 34  Daniel Gault, car driver.
 32  Yard.
 30  Mrs. Spence, milliner.
 28  Wm. Allen, pensioner.
 26  Wm. J. Ferguson, grocer.
 24  Edward Patterson, carpenter.
 22  Wm. Jordan, shoe maker.
                    six small houses
   8  Joseph Whittal, labourer.
   6  James Crosbie, labourer.
   4  Wm. Dunwoodie, labourer.

STEPHEN STREET COURT
off Stephen Street

six small houses

STEWART'S ENTRY
Carrick Hill

six small houses

STEWART STREET
off Eliza Street

   2  St. Patrick's Assurance and Burial Society office, Henry Flately,
       agent.
   4  Wm. Herron, clerk.
   6  Samuel McCracken, clerk.
   8  Wm. Marshall, engineer.
 19  John Turner, overseer in lime yard.
 12  Henry Hodge, engineer.
 14  Wm. McMeekan, designer.
 16  David McCullough, butler.

ST. JOHN'S PLACE
May's Fields

   ~  St. John's Church, Rev. Chas. Seaver, incumbent; residence
       Mount Pottinger.
   ~  St. John's Sunday and Day Schools.

ST. JOHN'S STREET
off St. John's Place

new street not yet built

STORMOUNT STREET
off Durham Street

ten small houses

STORMOUNT COURT
Durham Street

ten small houses

STROUD STREET
off Sandy Row

   2  Thomas Strain, publican.
   4  Thos. Wright, land steward.
   6  Robert Brown, constable.
   8  Thos. Kimpson, linen lapper.
 10  John Johnston, grocer.
                      four small houses

SUFFERN'S ENTRY
off North Street

eight small houses

SUGARHOUSE ENTRY
High Street to Waring Street

   2  Frederick Ogle's bonded stores.
   6  Abraham Bambridge's hotel and tavern.
   8  James Harkness.
 17  R. Johnston & Co., wholesale Manchester and Scotch ware-
      housemen; residence, 73 University Road.
3&5  John Arnott & Co.'s back entrance.
   1  rear entrance to Commercial Hotel.

SUSSEX PLACE
Alfred Street to Joy Street

   1  VACANT
   2  John Thompson, clerk.
   3  W. Francis, custom house officer.
   4  B. H. Carroll, professor of music and organist of St. George's
       Church.
   5  Thomas Hudson; shop, 47 Victoria Street.
   6  Mrs. Eccleston, lodgings.
   7  Alexander Henry, in William Spackman's, High Street.
   8  Robert Bell, general valuator for Ireland.
   9  Mrs. Peacock, boarding house.

SUSSEX STREET
York Street to North Queen Street

   2  Robert McMullan, labourer.
   4  Martin O'Brien, labourer.
   6  George Darby, labourer.
   8  Mrs. Halliday.
 10  Richard Graham, labourer.
 12  James Quinn, labourer.
 14  James Davis, labourer.
 16  Daniel Robinson, labourer.
 18  Thomas McNally, brick layer.
 20  Arthur Nugent, stone cutter.
 22  VACANT
 24  James Patterson, carpenter.
 26  John Wilson, labourer.
 28  Matthew Boyle, labourer.
 30  Margaret McArea.
 32  John Sloan, labourer.
 34  Mary Hoy.
 36  John Curry, labourer.
 38  Alexander Thompson, ship carpenter.
 40  John Lyttle, labourer.
 42  Office for receipt of Mr. Maclurcan's rents.
 44  John Watters, seaman.
 46  James Officer, labourer.
 48  Robert Miller, brick layer.
 50  Francis McNicholl, labourer.
 52  James Hart, labourer.
 54  VACANT
 56  Hugh McGra, labourer.
 58  James Nugent, labourer.
 60  Roger Kean, tailor.
 62  John Lemon, labourer.
 64  Matthew McCann, labourer.
 66  Patrick Brougham.
 68  John Lyttle, boiler maker.
 70  James McDade, labourer.
 72  Thomas Elliott, labourer.
 74  James McMullan, labourer.
 76  Adam Phillips, gardener.
 78  James King, railway guard.
 80  Mrs. Magowan.
 82  Jas. Terry, spinning master.
 84  John Canavan, spirit dealer, side entrance.
   1  John Gill, boiler and water tank maker.
   3  Rebecca Minniece, pawn broker.

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