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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

U V

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 )

ULLSWATER TERRACE
See Cavehill Road

ULSTER BUILDINGS
See Skipper Street

ULSTER CHAMBERS
See Waring Street

ULSTER STREET
Customhouse Square to Victoria Street

     Nicholl, Henry, insurance broker, side entrance
     Northern Bank, gateway
     Scottish Amicable Society's Buildings
     Milligan, John, agent, Gauchalland Coal Co., Troon
     Bottomley, Henry H., solicitor, Under Sheriff for Co. Antrim
     Ulster Land, Building & Investment Co. Ltd., John McClune, secretary
     Office of Ulster Gazette, John McBride, proprietor
     Bellaquet, Leon, vice consul of France

ULSTER TERRACE
See Lisburn Road

ULSTERVILLE AVENUE
Off Lisburn Road

   3. Magee, Mrs.
   5. Kirkwood, Clyde, fireclay, cement & alabaster merchant
                                  Randolf Terrace
   7. Munro, Mrs.
   9. Whelan, J. P., sub-agent, Bank of Ireland
 11. Maxwell, D. A., timber merchant
 13. Crozier, Rev. John B., M.A.
 15. Lemon, John, merchant
 17. Reid, D. Arrott
 19. Hastings, W., C.E., & architect
 21. Vacant
 23. Harris, T. H. (of Harris Bros., millers, grain merchants)
 25. Townsley, T., tea merchant
 27. Wharton, Henry, merchant
 29. Glass, Robt., linen merchant
 31. Bulloch, John, manufacturer
    Vacant Ground
     Duffield, John, dairyman
                                _______________

 50. Street, Rev. James C., Unitarian minister
 48. Veitel, Max., linen merchant
 46. Jennings, W. P., iron monger

ULSTERVILLE TERRACE
See Lisburn Road

UNION PLACE
Lancaster Street to Little George's Street
A number of small houses

UNION STREET
Donegall Street to North Street

   1. Rogan, Patrick, side door
3, 5, 6 Phillips, brush manufactory
   9. McAvoy, Michael, lighterman
 11. Boyd, William, labourer
 13. McVeigh, John,   do.
 15. Cosgrove, John, carpenter
 17. Vacant
 19. Brennan, John, carter
 21. Morgan, M. A., refreshments
.........Little Donegall Street intersects.........
 23. McAuley, Eliza, green grocer
 25. Ward Bros., Grocers & publicans
.........Charles Street intersects.........
27 & 29 Lilley, John, pawn broker
 31. Kelly, Henry, grocer & publican
 33. Quinn, James, grocer
 35. Lavery, H., carpenter
37 & 39 Crawford, Jas., labourer
 41. McKenna, Lawrence, yardman
 43. Ewing, Eliza, dealer
 45. Dunn, James, grocer
.........Mustard Street intersects..........
 47. Welsh, William, labourer
 49. Bradley, Ann, dealer
 61. Cosgrove, Louis, painter
 63. Gilmour, John, marine dealer
.........Kent Street intersects..........
 65. Daly, Ann, publican
 67. Moore, William, labourer
 69. Lavery, Thomas, basket maker
 71. Shevlin, E., marine dealer
 73. Vacant
 75. Gibson, D., saddler & iron monger
 79. Bakers' Hall, Mrs. Lappin, caretaker
 81. Vacant
83 & 85 Doherty, S., marine dealer
 87. Braithwaite, George, funeral undertaker
 89. Kernan, Thomas, side door
                              _______________

 94. Donohoe, Hugh, side door
92 & 90 Carey, George, barber
 88. Vacant
 86. McFarland, Terence, barber
84 & 82 Magee, Edward, horse shoeing establishment
80 & 78 Robinson, D., bakery
76 & 74 Hart, Edw., pipe maker
 72. McCloskey, William, grocer
.........Kent Street intersects............
 70. Girvin, John, Tallow Merchants & Marine Dealer
 68. Mullen, Jane, marine dealer
 64. Kerr, John, shoe maker
 62. Connolly, Mrs.
 60. O'Keefe, John, dealer
58 & 56 O'Neill, Mary
 54. Vacant
52 & 50 Jesse, T., dining rooms
.........Mustard Street intersects...........
 48. Henderson, Robert, confectioner
 46. Santon, Margaret, dealer
 44. McQuaid, John, labourer
 42. Vacant
.........Dunwoody's Court intersects........
 38. Hill, Jane, char woman
 36. Stewart, John, oil merchant
 34. McComiskey, Patk., labourer
 32. Begley, Charles, labourer
 30. Vacant
 28. McAlister, Wm. J., labourer
 26. Ireland, John, watchman
 24. Charley, William, labourer
.........Little Donegall Street intersects.........
22, 20 & 18 Vacant
 16. McCloy, Jane, lodging house
 14. Watson, Jane
 12. McCann, John, carter
8 & 6 McClelland, R., horse shoer
4 & 2 Vacant

UNITY STREET
Off Trinity Street

   1. Buchanan, Arthur, draper
   3. McCallen, Robert, plumber
   5. Thompson, Samuel, carpenter
.........Trinity Street intersects...........
7 & 9 Vacant
 11. Loney, Wm. J., missionary
.........Concord Street intersects..........
 13. McConkey, William, tailor
 15. Nelson, Arthur, pensioner
.........Stanhope Street intersects...........
 17. McCracken, J., publican, hall door
 19. Garvey, ?
 21. Christie, Alex., cattle dealer
 23. Reaney, Margaret
 25. McKenna, James, porter
 27. Graham, Alex., labourer
 29. Graham, Samuel, labourer
 31. Walsh, Thomas, labourer
 33. McDonald, James, lard packer
 35. Mitchell, William, labourer
 37. Carlisle, William, baker
 39. McNeill, John, labourer
 41. Reid, John, tailor
 43. Montgomery, H., mechanic
 45. McFall, George, linen lapper
 47. Tierney, James, engine driver
 49. Crothers, James, labourer
 51. Steel, Samuel, labourer
 53. Canavan, James, porter
 55. Taylor, Robert, carter
 57. Richardson, Robt., labourer
 59. McFall, Wm. John, overseer
 61. McCormick, E.
 63. Clarke, Arthur, carpenter
 65. Short, George, Customs Officer
 67. McKee, James, labourer
 69. Ervine, Jane
 71. Orr, John, mariner
 73. Smith, Thomas, cab driver
 75. Chesney, Samuel, cab driver
 77. Martin, Robert, carpenter
 79. Skelly, Wm., carter
 81. Leonard, Michael, grocer
                              ________________

 56. Magill, John, grocer
 54. McConway, Thos., ex-constable
 52. Graham, James, fitter
 50. O'Kelly, Terence, carpenter
 48. Vacant
 46. Graham, Edward, brick layer
 44. Maginness, Hugh, labourer
 42. Roberts, James, tailor
 40. King, Richard, constable
 38. McCrystal, John
 36. Vacant
 34. Davis, Thomas, sexton of Great George's Street Presbyterian Church
 32. Maxwell, Mrs.
 30. Cowan, James, ship carpenter
 28. McConnell, Hugh, tobacco spinner
.........Antrim Street intersects.........
 26. Leech, Thomas, plasterer
 24. Devlin, Hugh, stonemason
 22. Millar, John, clerk
20. 18 Molyneux & Ferguson, starch manufacturers
.........Stanhope Street intersects...........
 16. Miller, Wm. H., law clerk
 14. Goudy, John, upholsterer
 12. Morton, A., carpenter
 10. Breen, R., constable
   8. Savage, T., baker
   6. Wilson, J., clerk
   4. Swan, Thomas, printer
   2. Sloan, T., saddler
     Trinity Church, Rev. I. H. Deacon, incumbent
     Trinity Church National Schools, Wm. Anderson, principal

UNIVERSITY AVENUE
Caledonia Street to Botanic Avenue

   1. Rodgers, John, manager
   2. Leitch, Matthew, professor of Biblical Criticism
   3. Rodgers, Dr. John, professor of sacred rhetoric & catechetics

UNIVERSITY ROAD
Dublin Road to Malone Road

                         Fountainville Park Cottage
 13. Gamble, Miss, school
.........Chaplin Street intersects..........
                              Fountainville Terrace
 15. Gardiner, Campbell, merchant
 17. Halliday, J., hardware merchant
 19. Scott, Mrs.
                              Fountainville Cottage
 21. Thomson, Mrs.
.........Fountainville Avenue intersects...........
     Wesleyan Church, Rev. J. W. McKay, minister
                                Crescent Terrace
 23. Campbell, Wm., leather merchant
 25. Ferguson, Mrs.
 27. Brown, James, baker & confectioner
 29. Munce, Robert, flesher
 31. Rice, Edward J., Crescent Tea House, Family Grocer, Wine & Spirit Merchant
........Claremont Street intersects..........
                                Prospect Terrace
 33. Moore, Alex., painter & decorator
 35. Hewitt, Miss
 37. Oakman, Nicholas
 39. Simms, Wm., agent, notary public & U.S. vice-consul
 41. Mulholland, Cunningham, M.D., surgeon & apothecary
 43. Eccles, Miss
 45. Stanley, Mrs.
 47. Allworthy, Miss
 49. Roberts, Walter, linen merchant
 51. Fisher, Mrs.
.........Camden Street intersects............
                                  Botanic View
 53. Johnston, Mrs.
 55. Lindsay, David J., merchant
 57. Tilley, James
 59. Kelly, John
 61. Henry, R. M.
 63. Deeble, Miss
 65. Staveley, Miss Annie, teacher
 67. Oldham, Mrs. A.
 69. Pollock, Miss
.........Fitzwilliam Street intersects..........
                               Fitzwilliam Place
 71. Haughton, Benjamin
 73. Kamcke, W. R., merchant
 75. Cochrane, John A.
                                 Queen's Elms
   1. Vacant
   2. Lepper, Mrs.
   3. Bulloch, Alex., manufacturer
   4. Inglis, James, merchant
   5. McBride, Robert, linen manufacturer
   6. Reid, Seaton, M.D.
   7. Gaffikin, Thomas, merchant
.........Elmwood Avenue intersects.........
     Elmwood Church, Rev. J. H. Moore, minister
                               Elmwood Manse
     Moore, Rev. J. H., Presbyterian minister
                              University Terrace
   6. Eaton, John, locomotive engineer
   5. Smith, Frederick H., civil engineer & architect
   4. Russell, Mrs.
   3. Simms, Reuben, auditor, Local Government Board
   2. McCausland, Mrs. S
   1. Guthrie, Wm., wine merchant
.........College Gardens Avenue intersects..........
                               _____________

     Post Office Pillar Box
     Royal Botanic Gardens, Charles McKimm, curator
     Queen's College, Rev. J. L. Porter, D.D., LL.D., president
........University Square intersects..........
                               William's Place
 48. Fisher, Mrs.
 46. Caruth, John, merchant
 44. Smyth, Miss
 42. Lipsey, Mrs.
.........University Street intersects..........
 40. Arnott, Mrs.
 38. Hill, Rev. George, librarian, Queen's College
.........Mountcharles intersects...........
 36. Allen, John, family grocer
 34. Vannan, Mrs., Botanic Servants' Registry Office
                                     Elmville
 30. Stewart, Wm. K., linen merchant
                                    Ebenezer
 28. Godfrey, William W.
.........Upper Crescent intersects........
.........Lower Crescent intersects.........
     Ladies' Collegiate School, Mrs. Byers, Principal
     Byers, John W., M.D.
     Windsor Station, Belfast Central Railway

UNIVERSITY SQUARE
University Road to Botanic Avenue

   1. Reeves, Miss, ladies' school
 1a. Close, William
 1b. Hunter, Mrs.
 1c. Ferrar, A. M., linen merchant
   2. Greenhill, Wm., grain & coal merchant
   3. Agnew, Mrs.
   4. Oulton, John, flax merchant
   5. Berkeley, Rev. L. E.
   6. Yeates, William, (of Marcus Ward & Co.)
   7. Phillips, Miss
   8. Thompson, John, shirt manufacturer
   9. Henderson, W. D.
 10. Reynolds, Archibald
 11. McMordie, Hans, solicitor
 12. Greenhill, John, grain & coal merchant
 13. Hamilton, Hugh, auctioneer
 14. Macaulay, A. T., director of Belfast Bank
 15. Manley, Waring
 16. Busby, Rev. Dr. S. E., LL.D.
 17. Arnold, Mrs.
 18. Killen, Mrs.
 19. Lytle, D. B., merchant
 21. Hughes, Thomas
 22. Bellis, Rev. George
 23. Thomson, James M.
 24. Knox, Mrs., Edward F.
 25. Jenkins, Wm. J., manufacturer
 26. Duffin, Adam, merchant
 27. Black, Mrs.

UNIVERSITY STREET
University Road to Ormeau Road

    1. McBride, Miss
    3. Hunter, Miss
.........Little University Street intersects.........
    5. Byrne, Edwd., com. traveller
    7. Hutchinson, Julia, dress maker
    9. Hastings, James, clerk
  11. McAuley, William
  13. Ward, Isaac W., accountant
  15. Moffett, Hugh R., salesman
  17. Menah, James
  19. Wilson, Israel, traveller
  21. Vacant
  23. Connor, Mrs.
  25. Hodgson, James, clerk
  27. Jamison, George
  29. Reid, Miss
  33. Clugston, William, manager
  35. Lang, Mrs.
  37. Bryson, Mrs.
  39. Campbell, Mrs.
  41. Thompson, John, manager
  43. Harvey, Robert, carpenter
  45. Steele, Mrs.
  47. Harvey, Robt., jun., mercantile correspondent
  49. Greenfield, Wm., flax spinner
  51. McMullen, Susan, music teacher
                            Beaconsfield Terrace
  53. McKinney, George, cashier
  55. Weir, Samuel, com. traveller
  57. Mandale, Isaac
  59. Kittson, Mrs.
  61. Neill, Thomas, manager
                                 ______________

.........Botanic Avenue intersects.........
  42. Elliott, Torrens, teacher
  40. Fagan, Mrs.
  38. Vacant
  36. McFarlane, Mrs.
  34. Macaulay, Margaret
  32. Wilson, James, pawn broker
  30. Moore, Mrs. J.
28 & 26 Vacant
  24. Hutchinson, Fras., manager
  22. Wilson, Wm., warehouseman
  20. Kowland, Mrs.
  18. Martin, Mrs.
  16. Godfrey, Caroline
  14. Capper, A. C., linen merchant
  12. Capper, John, linen merchant
                                   Belvoir Terrace
  10. Rea, Mrs.
    8. Wilson, Chris, tea merchant
    6. Sibbett, James, manager
    4. Rollins, Mrs.
    2. Beattie, Rev. M.
                                 Princess Gardens
    6. Vacant
    5. Payne, J. C. Chas., chemist
    4. Alexander, T., chemical agent
    3. Allen, David, printer
    2. Carson, William, solicitor
    1. Haslett, J. H., druggist
     Fitzroy Avenue Church, Rev. George Shaw, minister
..........Caledonia Street intersects..........
                                Fitzroy Terrace
    1. Lockhart, Alex., solicitor
    2. Wallace, A., linen merchant
    3. Jamieson, W., tea merchant
    4. Steen, H., fancy box maker
..........Sandhurst Road intersects.........
                            Somerset Terrace
    1. Hanna, John, manufacturer
    2. Magee, J. R., linen merchant
    3. Hanna, Mrs.
    4. Stewart, W. H., linen merchant
    5. Allen, Miss
    6. Ross, Mrs.
    7. Henderson, Miss, book binder
    8. Vacant
                               Brook Crescent
    1. Vacant
    2. Moore, A., commission agent
3 & 4 Vacant
     House in course of erection
                                  Albert View
155. Ball, John
159. Wilgar, John, clerk
161. Gilmore, R., com. traveller
                                 _____________

                             Marlborough Terrace
    1. Martin, J., builder & contractor
    2. Andrews, A., sec. Flax Association
..........Eblana Street intersects..........
                             Livingstone Terrace
  88. McCaw, Alex., printer & publisher
  86. Bowman, E. C., rent agent
  84. Douglass, W., com. traveller
  82. Hyndman, Hugh, solicitor
..........Lawrence Street intersects...........
  80. Harris, Henry, hosier
  78. Beatty, Mrs.
  76. Frackelton, Wm. G., painter
  74. McKnight, M., spirit merchant
  72. Girdwood, Mrs.
..........Wolseley Street intersects............
                                Fitzroy Crescent
    1. Lecky, Alex., comm. traveller
    3. Vacant
    5. Aiken, A., sec. Susten. Fund (Sustenance)
    7. Steele, Samuel, traveller
    9. Law, Mrs.
  11. Moore, F. M., watch maker
  13. Haslett, Miss
  15. Barker, K., of Bank of Ireland

UNIVERSITY STREET LITTLE
Off University Street

   1. Hanna, Samuel, car driver
   2. Williamson, Jos., coachman

UNIVERSITY TERRACE
See University Road

UPTON STREET
Old Lodge Road to Wall Street

   1. Brown, Arthur, labourer
   3. Thompson, Joseph, porter
   5. Morgan, Mary
   7. Maguire, James, carpenter
   9. Crilly, Stephen, labourer
 11. Brown, E., seamstress
 13. Halpin, A., burial society agent
 15. Vacant
 17. Welsh, James
 19. Gilmour, Thomas, carpenter
 21. Logan, Thomas, mechanic
 23. Dunbar, E.
 25. Coyle, John, shoe maker
 27. McCann, Francis, ship's cook
.........Park Street intersects..........
 29. Watson, Robert, toll collector
 31. Crawley, Bryan, R.I.C.
 33. Slowey, John, R.I.C.
 35. Flanagan, Richard, smith
 37. Reid, John, machine maker
 39. Serridge, John, pawn broker
 41. Corbally, James, detective
 43. Pollock, Wm., contractor
 45. Rea, James, ship's steward
 47. McCrea, Archibald, carpenter
                                 _______________

 48. Smyth, Martha, dress maker
 46. Cowan, Jane, nurse tender
 44. Moore, John, overseer
 42. Toughall, Andrew, saddler
 40. Wright, Mary
 38. Connolly, Mrs.
 36. Milworth, F. W., iron turner
 34. Nelson, Mrs. F.
 32. Carruthers, Wm., carpenter
 30. Cameron, Archibald, carpenter
.........Park Street intersects.........
 28. Magee, Jeremiah, brick layer
 26. Burns, Patrick, clerk
 24. Gorman, Patrick, porter
 22. McKenna, John, pawn broker
 20. Campton, Wm. J., R.I.C.
 18. Lockhart, John, smith
 16. McCrystal, Ellen
 14. McAlister, Bernard, miller
 12. Jordan, John, pensioner R.I.C.
 10. Blair, James, brass moulder
   8. Millgan, Henry, tailor
   6. Mullen, Michael, pork cutter
   4. Murphy, Patrick, R.I.C.
   2. McGowan, James, carpenter

URNEY STREET
Shankhill Road to Ashmore Street
A number of houses occupied by mill workers & others

URNEY STREET LOWER
Ashmore Street to Cupar Street
A number of small houses

UTILITY STREET
Off Blackstaff Road

     Malone Mills
     Ellis, S., & Co., felt manufacturers
........Felt Street intersects.........
    1. Wilson, Joseph Jas., grocer
    3. Johnston, Adam, pork cutter
    5. McMullen, Robert, car owner
    7. Patton, Thomas, car owner
    9. Greer, William, car owner
  11. Buchanan, Robert, brick layer
  13. McQuillan, Henry, labourer
  15. Donaldson, David, carpenter
  17. Bunting, Robert, labourer
  19. McClure, Robert,   do.
  21. Moore, William, grocer
  23. Best, William, labourer
  25. Swain, Samuel,   do.
  27. Richardson, Rachel
  29. Vacant
  31. Gilmore, Frederick, pedlar
  33. Porter, Samuel, carter
  35. Heastey, William, labourer
  37. Conn, Andrew, painter
  39. Sloan, William, labourer
  41. McKibbin, Samuel, tailor
  43. Farley, Thomas, dyer
  45. Vacant
47 & 49 McClune, Thos., grocer
  51. Irwin, William, dealer
  53. Gillespie, Charles, labourer
  55. Latimer, Thomas, slater
  57. Bonar, John, labourer
  59. Dunwoody, John, car owner
  61. Reavey, James, labourer
  63. Montgomery, John, porter
  65. Vacant
  67. Nelson, James, carter
  69. Young, John, labourer
  71. Harrison, James, porter
  73. Vacant
  75. Johnston, Thomas, labourer
  77. Vacant
  79. Topping, Mary Jane
  81. Smith, John, labourer
83 & 85 Vacant
  87. Irwin, William, engine driver
89 & 91 Vacant
  93. Maguire, Henrietta
  95. Tipping, James, carter
  97. Tipping, William, carter
  99. Gowdy, Hugh, labourer
101. Armstrong, H., sample maker
103. Rice, William, groom
105. Vacant
107. Patterson, Joseph, groom
109. Dornan, Robert, packer
111. Moore, Peter, linen lapper
113. Buchanan, Mrs.
115. Mairs, James, porter
117. Rogan, Joseph, labourer
119. Jackson, Nelson, storeman
121. Wilson, George, fireman
                                ______________

146. Munn, Samuel, labourer
144. Young, Ferris, labourer
142. Wilson, Ann
140. McArthur, Wm., brick layer
138. McKinlay, John, labourer
136. Sinclair, George, labourer
134. Clarke, John, labourer
132. Cassidy, John, labourer
130. Watson, Stewart, labourer
128. Lackey, John, tenter
126. Vacant
124. Watt, Alexander
122. McCarroll, Robert, mason
120. Whelan, Thomas, coachman
118. Gardiner, R., com. traveller
116. Maxwell, James, linen lapper
114. Brisbey, David, grocer
112. Young, John, cow keeper
110. Gelston, Robert, labourer
108. Clarke, Wm., milkman
106. Young, Joseph, labourer
104. Castles, James, printer
100. Mallon, James, overlooker
  98. Freeman, Joseph, coachman
  96. Hamilton, Wm., car owner
  94. Bonar, Mary
  92. Castles, Andrew
  90. Hawkes, James, baker
  88. Carlisle, Robert, labourer
  86. Downey, Wm. Jas., carter
  84. Minnis, David, coachman
  80. Hollywood, E., engine driver
  78. Young, Thomas, labourer
  76. Thompson, Matt., van man
  74. Law, William, labourer
  72. Carbery, John, packer
  70. Hanna, John, conductor
  68. Greenaway, John, canvasser
  66. Hanna, Henry, fireman
  64. Burgess, James, labourer
  58. Quail, John, labourer
  56. Davis, Francis, carter
  54. Bateson, Thomas, carter
  52. Clelland, Wm. John, carrier
  50. Smyth, Herbert, clerk
  48. Monteath, David, labourer
  46. Craig, James, carder
  44. Rollins, Thomas, labourer
  42. Hodge, Anne
  40. McVeigh, Roger, flax dresser
  38. McVeigh, David, flax dresser
  36. McAllister, John, dealer
  34. Brennan, John, weaver
  32. Campbell, James, labourer
  30. Campbell, Charles, weaver
  28. Kirkpatrick, Mary
  26. Livingston, Thomas, labourer
  24. McCleery, James, watcher
  22. O'Brien, Catherine, laundress
  20. Clayton, Annabella
  18. Woods, John, painter
  16. Vacant
  14. McGarry, William, pensioner
  12. Gregg, John, labourer
  10. Anderson, Ann
    8. Smyth, William, overlooker

VALENTINE STREET
Isabella Street to North Hill Street
A number of small houses

VENICE STREET
Grosvenor Street to Genoa Street

   1. Gibson, Wm., school teacher
   3. Scott, Mrs.
   5. Elliott, Mrs.
   7. Donnan, Wm. J., basket maker
   9. Fairley, Samuel, carpenter
 11. Seavers, Robert, stationer
 13. Collins, Martin, packer
 15. Crouch, James, linen lapper
 17. McKibbin, Wm., linen lapper
 19. Woods, James, bread server
 21. Haslett, Theo., mechanic
 23. Hunter, James, clerk
25 & 27 Vacant
 29. Forbes, Wm., basket maker
                               _______________

 32. Sloan, John, pensioner
 30. Patterson, James, labourer
 28. Vacant
 26. Parkhill, James, compositor
 24. McMillan, Wm., insurance agent
 22. Stewart, Francis
 20. Coleman, Thos., railway porter
 18. Kempston, Jane
 16. Clifford, James, painter
 14. Walsh, William, clerk
 12. Knox, John, millwright
 10. Graham, Robert, clerk
   8. Vacant
   6. Atkinson, Mrs.
   4. Vacant
   2. Davis, Mrs.

VENTNOR TERRACE
See Divis Street

VENTRY STREET
Dublin Road to Great Victoria Street

   3. Morton, Robert, designer
   5. Jamison, Jas., land steward
   7. Liggett, William, clerk
   9. Rutherford, Mrs.
 11. Madden, Mrs.
 13. Gowdy, Wm., weigh master
                                Eglantine Cottage
   7. Murray, William, porter
                                  ______________

   6. Macwood, William, cooper
   4. Wilson, James F., manager
   2. Morrow, Jas., sergeant-at-mace
 2b. Milling, James, builder

VERE STREET
Cross Street to North Queen Street

1 & 3 McCartney, T., side entrance
   5. Martin, John, flax dresser
   7. Rankin, Robt L., lath cutter
   9. Kelly, James, seaman
 11. Frew, Mrs.
 13. Lynas, Wm., ship carpenter
 15. McBroom, James, joiner
 17. Baird, Henry, labourer
 19. Liggate, G., railway guard
 21. O'Hagan, John, porter
 23. Kinghan, John, pork cutter
 35. (25) Bailie, Samuel, flax dresser
 27. McCreedy, Mrs.
 29. Auld, William, labourer
 31. Carson, James, saddler
 33. Hayes, Thomas, labourer
 35. Gauley, William,   do.
 37. Montgomery, James, caulker
 39. Collins, Jas., winding master
 41. O'Neill, Sarah
.........Dale Street intersects.........
 43. Heaney, Mrs.
 45. Welshman, Wm., stable man
 47. McCaulay, Ann
 49. Miller, Mary
 51. Williamson, Mrs.
 53. Carnagh, James, carpenter
 55. Lamont, Andrew, shoe maker
 57. Sturgeon, James, carpenter
 59. McWilliams, Samuel, carter
 61. Stewart, James, shoe maker
 63. Devitt, William, engineer
 65. Burns, Richard, blacksmith
 67. Harris, Patrick, labourer
 69. Hughes, Mrs.
 71. Mitchell, Ben., labourer
 73. Phillips, Robert,   do.
 75. Burns, Richard, blacksmith
 77. McCafferty, John, carpenter
 79. McDonnell, Alex., labourer
 81. Robinson, James, sea captain
 83. Lenaghan, Patk., shoe maker
                                _______________

 80. Doyle, John, baker
 78. Duffy, Mary
 76. Jones, John L., labourer
 74. McCullough, A., ship carpenter
 72. Smith, Mary
 70. Hunter, Roger, carter
 68. McKibbin, Robt., flax dresser
 66. McCandless, J., linen lapper
 64. McCoy, Robert, pork cutter
 62. Nocher, David, labourer
 60. McIlney, Fras. R., steward
 58. Morton, J., potato dealer
 56. Milliken, James, labourer
 54. Parker, John, bundler
 52. McCamley, John, fireman
 50. Moss, Wm., engine driver
 48. Horan, James, flax dresser
 46. Ogle, Thomas, carter
 44. Dowds, William,   do.
 42. Duffy, Edward, fireman
.........Dale Street intersects........
 40. Keown, D., grocer & publican
 38. Vacant
 36. Hayes, John, labourer
 34. Bingham, John,   do.
 32. Brennan, William, tenter
 30. Warwick, William, labourer
 28. Blaney, Charles,   do.
 26. Williamson, H., car owner
 24. Neill, John, labourer
 22. Stewart, Robert,   do.
 20. Robinson, E.,   do.
 18. McClure, William, painter
 16. Briars, Thomas, labourer
 14. Kelly, Thomas, boiler maker
 12. Moore, John, car driver
 10. McCracken, Wm., labourer
   8. McManus, John,   do.
   6. Auld, Alexander,   do.
   4. McCreight, Matthew, tenter
   2. McKeag, Jane

VERNER LANE
Verner Street to Cromac Street
Six small houses

VERNER STREET
May Street to Murphy Street

1 & 3 Lavery, Thomas, spirit store, side door
5 & 7 Armour, Thos., bottle dealer
   9. McClelland, Ann J.
 11. Cotter, John, gas fitter
..........Balmer's Court intersects............
 13. Hanna, Samuel, dealer
 15. Burns, Eliza
 17. Morgan, Patrick
 19. Leslie, Maria, grocer
 21. McKinney, Catherine
 23. Murphy, Ellen
 25. McIlroy, John, car driver
 27. Hall, Patrick, saddler
 29. Cunningham, Wm., cab man
.........Verner's Lane intersects..........
31 & 33 Johnston, Eliza, grocer
 35. Burns, Catherine
.........McAreavy's Court intersects........
 37. Crean, John, fowl dealer
 39. Lynass, James, shoe maker
41 & 43 McCanny, P., spirit dealer
.........Lagan Street intersects........
 45. Vacant
 47. Magee, Rose
 49. Megarry, Eliza
 51. McCartney, Margaret
 53. Evans, Ann Jane
 55. Drake, John, potato dealer
 57. Wardlow, Mary
 59. Hutchinson, R., spirit store
 61. Gordon, Edward, carpenter
 63. Savage, John, brick layer
 65. Davey, William, box maker
 67. McMullan, Mary Ann
 69. Waddell, Catherine
 71. Ward, Margaret, grocer
.........Murphy Street intersects.........
 90. Hall, Samuel, grocer
 68. Ireland, Joseph, car driver
 66. Keenan, James, labourer
 64. McGrillen, Jane
 62. Shields, James, painter
60 & 58 Breen, S., machine maker
 54. Jury, Ann
 52. McQuade, Henry, carter
 50. Vacant
 48. Barr, Daniel, carter
 46. Donaghy, James, grocer
 44. Magee, Bernard, grocer
 42. Townsley, Ann
..........Lagan Street intersects..........
 38. Heaney, Mary E., grocer
 36. McConnell, James, car man
 34. McGuigan, Daniel, car owner
 32. Blakeley, Jas., machine man
30. & 28 Gilmore, F., poultry dealer
..........East Street intersects..........
 26. Quigley, Patrick, spirit store
 24. Greenan, John, car owner
 22. Kelly, Catherine, dealer
 20. McCullough, Mary, grocer
 18. Peel, Robert, carter
.........Annette Street intersects..........
16 & 14 Grant, James, spirit store
 12. White, James, car man
 10. Doran, Patrick, labourer
   8. Boyd, Robert, grocer
   6. McCully, Arthur, baker
   4. Lowry, Thomas, shopman
   2. Keating, Mrs., grocer

VERNON STREET
Prospect Street to Havelock Street

                                   Virginia Terrace
 1a. Wilson, Miss, dress maker
 2a. Deans, Charles
 3a. Vacant
    1. Black, Joseph, book keeper
    3. Neeson, Daniel, coachman
    5. Morrison, Mrs.
    7. Hall, James, clerk
    9. McLaughlin, Mrs.
  11. Middlemore, Mrs.
  13. Vacant
  15. Bassett, Miss
17 & 19 Vacant
                                     Auburn Terrace
  21. Close, William, linen lapper
  23. Malcolm, John, stone cutter
  15. (25) Vacant
  27. Wheatley, T., professor of music
  29. Vacant
  31. Thompson, Miss, grocer
  33. McKeown, William
  35. Yule, James L., auditor
  37. McNiece, William, clerk
  39. Galway, Mrs., dress maker
  41. Vacant
  43. Meharey, John, van driver
  45. Molson, Mrs.
  47. Stitt, Miss
  49. Neill, Hugh, boot maker
  51. Foster, John, porter
  53. McKeever, Mrs.
  55. McBride, Mrs.
  57. Vacant
  59. Lapping, Henry, shoe maker
  61. Filson, Thomas
  63. Hill, Thomas, linen lapper
  65. McAllister, Wm., brick maker
  67. Smiley, James, porter
  69. Woods, William, labourer
  71. McClure, John, carter
  73. Smyth, Joseph, mechanic
  75. Beatty, Robert, carpenter
  77. Cunningham, James, cooper
  79. Ferguson, Hugh, porter
  81. Hamilton, J., lamp inspector
  83. Smiley, Samuel, clerk
  85. Porter, Hugh, baker
  87. Simpson, John
  89. Harrison, Hugh, carpenter
  91. Buckle, William,   do.
  93. Walker, Wm., insurance agent
  95. Elliott, Mrs.
  97. Spencer, Francis, printer
  99. Gibson, James, carpenter
101. Kinder, Thomas W., clerk
103. Grimason, John, tailor
105. Irwin, Joseph, cutter
107. Harrison, David, carpenter
109. Scilly, Robert, clerk
111. Fletcher, Trevor, labourer
113. Scott, Vere
115. Vacant
117. McIntyre, Alex., compositor
119. Stamford, John, manager
121. Stewart, James, engraver
123. Mitchell, John, compositor
125. McVea, James, clerk
127. Vacant
129. Murray, Hugh, carpenter
131. Vacant
133. Yeates, Andw., linen lapper
135. Robinson, Robert
137. McGladrigan, D., boot maker
139. Robinson, Mrs.
141. Sheppard, R., piano tuner
143. Walker, James, manager
145. Williamson, W. R., printer
147. Clarke, Michael, coachman
  66. McIlvaney, John, spirit dealer
  64. Collins, Charles, watch maker
  62. Stephenson, Wm., linen lapper
  60. McNeilly, Thos., linen lapper
  58. Hill, William J., tailor
  56. Spence, James, cooper
  54. Grant, Mrs.
  52. McKeown, Mrs.
  50. Foster, John, stationer
  48. Lowson, James, sub-editor of Northern Whig
46, 44 Moore, John, grocer
..........Lake Street intersects...........
  42. Milligan, William, butler
  40. Bell, William, traveller
  38. Wilson, Thos., machine ruler
  36. Crawford, Robt., brick layer
  34. Stewart, Thomas, porter
  32. Cook, John, family grocer
...........Rosewood Street intersects.............
  30. Orr, Mrs., grocer
  28. Strandham, John, shoe maker
  26. McMurray, John T., traveller
  24. Anderson, John J., porter
  22. McRoberts, George, fireman
  20. Hughes, Edward, spirit dealer
..........Spruce Street intersects...........
18, 16 Gawley, Wm., spirit dealer
  14. Millar, Mrs.
  12. Radcliffe, Edwd., linen lapper
  10. Coulter, Joseph, side entrance
...........Beech Street intersects...........
    8. Johnston, Wm., side entrance
...........Silvergrove Street intersects..........
                              Auburn House
    6. Beatty, Mrs.
...........Auburn Street intersects...........
............Virginia Street intersects...........
    4. Quirey, James, accountant
    2. Knox, James, clerk

VICINAGE PARK
Off Cranburn Street

   1. Vacant
   3. Frazer, Hugh, draper
   5. Kennedy, William, manager
                                  ______________

 34. McErlean, Andrew, solicitor
 32. McCloy, H., plumber & gas fitter
 30. Crozier, Thomas, painter
 28. Thompson, Thomas
 26. Paul, Charles
 24. Shields, James, bird stuffer
 22. Hughes, Fred., com. traveller
 20. Ferguson, Jas., com. traveller
 18. Tierney, J., commission agent
 16. McGill, Chas., spirit merchant
 14. Gallagher, Owen, marine store
 12. Burns, John, excise officer
 10. Corry, Joseph, grocer
   8. Marshall, John, draper
   6. Cooper, Sarah J.
   4. Keys, Jos., commercial traveller
   2. Leddy, James, flax buyer
     Anderson, William, & Son, builders & contractors

VICTORIA COURT
See North Queen Street

VICTORIA PLACE
See Great Victoria Street

VICTORIA SQUARE
Late Police Square
William Street South to Victoria Street
Cromac Buildings

1, 3 & 5 Cantrell & Cochrane, Aerated Water Manufacturers
     Street Inspector's Office
     Coroner's Court
     Morgue
   7. Johnston, James, pavior
   9. Moorehead, John C., deputy superintendent fire brigade
 11. Nelson, Hugh, brick layer
 13. Bittles, Robert, pavior
 15. Reid, David, brick layer
 17. Moorehead, David, cooper
 19. Mitchell, John, labourer
 21. Harland, Michael
 23. Magee, Robert, shoe maker
25 & 27 Shields, John, contractor
29, 31 & 33 Creeth, James, & Company, Agricultural & General Commission Agents
 35. Henderson, Stewart, Sack, Bag & Hessian Manufacturer, dealer in second hand sacks & bags
 37. Vacant
39 & 41 McGlynn, John, Auctioneer & Spirit Merchant
43, 45 & 47 Martin, John, hay & straw merchant
 49. Bell, Mrs., publican, side door
     Market Weigh House, J. McBratney, weigh master
     Irish Temperance League Coffee Stand, No. 2 - Jno. Baird, caretaker
 44. Cramer, W. H., side door
42, 40, 38 & 36 McErvel, T. & J., Seed, Implement & Manure Merchants
 30. Anderson, William, house & land agent
 28. Anderson, Alfred E., oil merchant
 24. Connor, Rose, spirit dealer
 20. Cowan, Wm., bonded stores
..........Telfair Street intersects........
 16. Colosseum Music Hall, Lindon Travers, proprietor
14 & 12 Low, William, Cement Merchant
 10. McBride, Henry, letter press & lithographic printer
   6. Harcourt, William, plumber & gas fitter
   4. Beattie & McKenzie, plumbers & gas fitters
   2. McDermott, Mrs., grocer

VICTORIA STREET
Corporation Street to Great Edward Street

    1. Munster, Alfred m., & Co., com. merchant, Royal Swedish & Norwegian Consulate
    3. Vance, Robert, notary public & proprietor of the Belfast Mercantile Journal
    5. Cochrane, J. A., secretary to Belfast Mining Company
7 & 9 Belfast Northern Whig, James Dickson, manager
  11. Cunningham, Jas., Clarendon Hotel
  13. Ritchie, Francis, & Sons, manure & felt manufacturers
   "    Forrest, Alexander, ship broker
  15. Moore, William, ship owner & ship broker
  17. Christie, William, tobacco & cigar merchant
  19. Burke, Mrs., flesher
..........Waring Street intersects.........
21 & 23 Reed, James, book seller & stationer
  25. Fordyce, John, tea agent
   "    McClelland, Thomas, solicitor (1st Floor)
  27. Ritchie, John, commission agent
   "    Mulligan, John F., solicitor
   "    Salmond, David C., architect & surveyor
  29. Jardin, Robert, & Co., wholesale grocers
31 & 33 Campbell, Jos., & Co., ale & porter bottlers
  35. Armstrong, Wm. E., solicitor
   "    County Down Constitutional Association, Finnegan, Edward S., secretary
  37. Hoy, John, & Co., wine & spirit merchants
     National Provident Chambers
    1. Foden, Harcourt, Agent Burnley Collieries
    2. Lowson & Co., commission agents & managers Equitable Insurance Company Limited
   "    Lowson, W. B., superintendent National Provident Institution
 2b.  Campbell, Samuel, solicitor
    3. Watson, E. H., tea agent
    4. McCann, John, commission agent
    5. Rylski, Victor H., dry salter & commission agent
    6. McDowell, Hugh, commission agent
    7. Bell, David, commission agent
    8. Smyth, William, share broker
    9. McCracken, Mrs., caretaker
  43. McKeown, Thos., tea merchant
  45. Wallace, Hugh, & Co., solicitors
  47. O'Hagan & Doherty, wholesale tea dealers
49 & 51 Spackman, Wm., merchant tailor & clothier
..........High Street intersects..........
                            Victoria Buildings
  53. Reid, W. J., clothier & outfitter
  55. Stubbs & Co.'s Mercantile Offices, H. F. English, manager
  57. Bryce, Alex. Cross & Co., seed, manure & agricultural implement merchants
  59. McKee & Dunwoody, tea merchants & brokers
  61. McAfee, George, leather & gutta percha warehouse
  63. Masterson, Wm., com. agent
   "    Lindsay, Robt., & Co., muslin & cambric handkerchief manufacturers
  65. Mathews, R. B., seed merchant, nurseryman & florist
  69. Brownlee, Richard, picture frame maker
  71. Lindsay & Co., workers' entrance
   "    St. George's Church Schools
  73. McDuff, John, seedsman, nurseryman & florist
  75. Vacant
  77. Caughey, J. & R. B., room paper merchants
  79. Rogers, John, Wire Worker, Patent Felt & Grease Manufacturer
  81. Mullan, William, Wholesale Grocer & General Merchant
..........Ann Street intersects.........
  83. Millar, Joseph, commission & life assurance agent
  85. Harper, Martin, & Son, wholesale grocers & seed merchants, insurance agents.
  87. Andrews, Samuel, tea & sugar merchant, insurance agent
  89. Vacant
  91. Forsythe, John, soap & candle manufacturer
91a  Dunlop, James, tea agent
   "    Purdon, Alex., com. agent
   "    Campbell, Wm., caretaker
93, 95 McKenzie, Thos., & Sons, Ltd., seed, agricultural implement & manure merchants, Mackie, J., manager
  97. Vacant
  99. Stewart, Robert, auctioneer & valuer
99b  Smyth, Francis, boot & shoe top manufacturer
101. Abercorn Rooms, Mayne, John, caretaker
103. Teggart, James, Dolphin Bar
...........Victoria Square intersects........
105. Bell, Mrs., wine & spirit store
107. Whitley, Richard, fruiterer
109. Fagan, Constantine, furniture warehouse
111. Clements & Acheson, plumbers, gas fitters & lead merchants
113. Briggs, John, flesher
115. Dougherty, John, fruiterer
117. Northern Perforated Brick Company
   "    Keys, James, com. merchant
   "    Fraser, James, & Son, civil engineers
   "    Fraser, John, architect
   "    Hicks, Henry, & Co., flour merchants
119. Ivory, James, rope & twine manufacturer
121. McCaughey, Leonard, clothier
   "    Wright, John, insurance agent
   "    Cinnamond, Wm. R., com. agent
   "    Dickson, Alex., solicitor
123. Speer, W. S., M.D., Surgeon, Victoria Street Medical Hall
                               _____________

     Post Office Pillar Box
     Belfast Municipal Buildings
.........Townhall Street intersects..........
  74. Cook, James, fruiterer
  72. Boyd, Joseph, fruiterer
  70. Rodgers, George, wire worker
  68. Fraser, James, dealer
  66. Stinson, James, saddler
  64. Fraser, Michael, dealer
  62. Ferguson, Thos., confectioner
  60. Collins, Wm., chemist & druggists
  58. Curran, Wm. J., tile & slate merchant
  56. Clarke & McMullan's Stores
  54. Vacant
  52. Newton, Ellis, American Stores
..........Ann Street intersects.........
44, 42 & 40 Clarke & McMullan, Wholesale Druggists & Chemists, Cheese Importers, Oil & Colour Merchants
38, 36 McCausland, Samuel, Wholesale Grocer & Seed Merchant
  34. Lytle, John, & Sons, seed & general merchants
..........Marlborough Street intersects.........
  32. Greig, William, china merchant
  30. Brown, Corbett, & Co., tea & wine merchants
  28. Prince of Wales Hotel, E. J. Rice, proprietor
26 & 24 Todd, Wm. A., room paper merchant
  22. Pullar & Sons, dyers & cleaners
  20. Victoria Hall, Morrison Moore, caretaker
   "    Hastings, William, architect & civil engineer
   "    Waters, William R., surveyor & valuator
   "    Belfast Conservative Association, Alex. Wilson, secretary
   "    Rooms for Concerts & Public Meetings
  18. Malcolm, Duncan, room paper warehouse
..........Queen's Square intersects........
     Albert Memorial
  16. Northern Banking Company, Head Office
..........Ulster Street intersects...........
     Scottish Amicable Life Assurance Society's Buildings
  14. Carson, William, solicitor
  12. Scottish Amicable Life Assurance Society, W. D. Henderson, resident secretary
   "    Henderson, W. D., & Sons, fire clay goods, slate & cement merchants & fire insurance agents
  10. Pinkerton, J. C., Italian consul & steamship & insurance agent
..........Waring Street intersects.........
                           Victoria Chambers
    8. Shaw, Edward, & Co., Commission Merchants
    6. Evans, Silas, secretary to Downpatrick, Dundrum & Newcastle Railway Company etc.
   "    Lucas, Arthur, public accountant & auditor, Ulster Plate-Glass Insurance Company Limited.
   "    Cordner, C. K., estate agent
   "    Savage, John, & Co., flax spinners
    4. The Antrim Iron Ore Co. Ltd., Sec., R. Brown
   "    Baxter, R. & W., coal merchants
    2. Bonded Warehouse

VICTORIA STREET GREAT
Glengall Place to Wesley Place

    1. Vacant
     Great Northern Railway Terminus
    3. Fitzpatrick Bros., contractors
..........Hope Street intersects........
                                Victoria Place
    5. McGahey, D., professor of music
    7. Agnew, Jas., surgeon dentist
    9. Vacant
  11. Brady, John, M.D., surgeon
  13. Hill, James, millwright
  15. Kennedy, Miss
  17. Cathcart, John
  19. Barr, James, distiller
  21. Marshall, John, tea merchants
  23. Creighton, Mrs.
  25. Pentland, T., of Belfast Bank
  27. McConnell, A., M.D., surgeon
  29. Foy, Chas., emigration agent
  31. Kenmare, Mrs.
  33. Vacant
  35. Allen, James, book keeper
  37. Crawford, Miss
  39. Kirker, Archibald
  41. White, Wm., M.D., surgeon
  43. Boyd, William, director
.......... Wellwood Place intersects........
                              Balmoral Terrace
  45. McKee, Robert, stock broker
  47. Neill, John, Belfast Foundry
  49. Storey, Benjamin, clerk
  51. Murray, H., linen merchant
  53. Coates, S. B., surgeon, M.D.
  55. McKibbin, John, spirit merchant
  57. Carroll, J. H., professor of music
  59. Campbell, Mrs.
                         Prince Arthur Terrace
  61. Burns, W., pianoforte merchant
  63. Robertson, Rev. Jas., Donegall Square Methodist Church
  65. Cahoon, Robt., pawn broker
  67. Ford, Miss
  69. Wilson, Mrs.
  71. Jewish Synagogue, Joseph Chotzner, rabbi
  75. Turner, Mrs.
  77. Vacant
  79. McCall, W. R., linen merchant
  81. Riddell, Jas., manufacturer
  83. Lennon, Miss
  85. Rodgers, T., box manufacturer
  87. Young, Mrs.
...........Albion Street intersects.........
                           Warwick Terrace
     Presbyterian Church, Rev. R. Montgomery, minister
  89. Montgomery, Rev. Robert
  91. McVicker, Alex., boot & shoe manufacturer
  93. Stewart, Jas., linen merchant
  95. Hunter, James, book keeper
  97. Hudson, Mrs.
  99. Campbell, Richard, agent
101. Weir, Miss
103. Black, Miss, ladies' school
105. Little, Robert, M.D.
107. Wells, C. H., surgeon dentist
109. Liebich, Karl, professor of music
111. Riddell, Mrs.
113. Rea, John, M.D.
115. Hill, The Misses
                                _______________

     Sunday & Day Schools, in connexion with Magdalene Church
                                Richmond Terrace
106. Overend, John
104. Patterson, Mrs.
102. McVicker, J., leather merchant
100. Coates, Mrs.
  98. Ruddel, Thomas, designer
  96. Walker, William, clerk
  94. Matier, Mrs., ladies' school
  92. McKenzie, W. J., surgeon
  90. Coates, Wm., brass founder
  88. Ophthalmic Hospital
  72. Guiler, J. & J., builders & contractors
...........Ventry Street intersects.........
                             Belvidere Place
70 & 68 Martin, Henry, builder
  66. Lowry, Mrs.
  64. Ferguson, Miss
  62. Agnew, Robt., potato merchant
  60. Moore, Mrs.
  58. Vacant
  56. Mason, Colonel Gordon, staff paymaster
.........Downshire Place intersects.......
  54. Kirkwood, Wm., decorator
  52. Walsh, Robert, book keeper
  50. Vacant
  48. Ledley, Samuel
  46. Coates, Mrs.
  44. Halliday, James, architect
  42. Kerr, John, shoe manufacturer
  40. Sloss, Joseph, M.D.
38, 36, 34 Lynas Bros., builders & contractors
                            Breadalbane Place
  32. Mulligan, Mrs.
  30. Benson, Miss
  28. Smith, Rev. N. E., Drew Memorial Church
..........Hope Street intersects..........
     Baptist Church, Rev. A. Swaine, minister
  26. Riddell, Alex., & Son, reed & heddle manufacturers
  24. Maxwell, D. A., timber merchant
  22. Strain, William, & Sons, printers, gelatiners etc.
  20. Cleland, W. W., printer etc
  18. Lockwood, Duke & Company, manufacturers
16, 14 Finnegan, W. J., (Downshire Arms Hotel)
..........Amelia Street intersects..........
12, 10 Flannagan, P., publican
    8. Barklie, Mrs., confectioner
    6. Bain, John, hotel proprietor
    4. Hansard, Louis, temp. hotel
    2. Franklin Street Collar Company Limited

VICTORIA STREET LITTLE
Off Hope Street

   1. Hanna, Danl., manufacturer
   3. Russell, Richard, agent
   5. Little, James, agent
   7. Edgar, Jane
   9. Mehaffey, Robert, shoe maker
 11. Curran, John, pensioner
 13. Clair, Michael, constable
 15. Scott, Mrs.
 17. Gardner, Ann
 19. Daly, Mrs.
 21. Mercer, Wm., manufacturer
 23. Keown, James, labourer
 25. Ferris, John, boot closer
 27. Hamilton, James, constable
 29. Baird, James, waiter
.........Downshire Place intersects........
 35. Sheals, Mrs.
 37. Beattie, Wm., linen lapper
 39. Scott, John, plasterer
 41. Dowds, Mrs.
   2. Stewart, Christopher, baker
   4. Wildridge, John, painter
   6. Warnock, Henry, carpenter
   8. Johnston, Mrs.
 10. Crothers, William, clerk
 12. Shaw, Samuel, constable
 14. Johnston, Robert, sexton
 16. Hamilton, James, grocer
 26. Thompson, John, shirt manufacturer
 30. Blades, John, coach maker
32 & 34 Mathews, R., plasterer
 36. Carlton, Miss, dress maker
 38. Hanna, Mrs.
 40. Lynass, Mrs.
 42. Reid, Alexander, labourer
.........Harmony Street intersects..........

VICTORIA TERRACE
See Limestone Road

VIEWMOUNT
See Windsor Avenue

VIRGINIA STREET
Donegall Pass to Vernon Street

   1. McDougall, Mrs.
   3. Young, Mrs.
   5. McGee, John, family grocer
.........Elm Street intersects..........
   7. Johnston, Mrs.
   9. McKittrick, William
 11. McLeary, Wm., book keeper
 13. Lawrie, Robt., inland revenue officer
 15. McAlister, Isaac
 17. Sherrard, Robert
 19. Vacant
 21. McDowell, Hugh, com. merchant
 23. Greenshields, And., manager, Globe Parcel Express
 25. Smith, Wilson, pawn broker
 27. Crothers, Wm., com. agent
 29. Vacant
 31. Johnston, Samuel, manager
 33. Hunter, John C., warehouseman
 35. McGowan, John
 37. Corbett, Thompson, traveller
     Vacant Ground
                                _____________

 46. Lyle, Mrs.
 44. Vacant
 42. Kennedy, Mrs.
40 & 38 Vacant
 36. Officer, Mrs.
 34. Gregg, Edward, teacher
 32. Vacant
 30. Bell, R.
 28. Barker, Mrs.
 26. Armstrong, Joseph, traveller
 24. Tinsley, Mrs.
 22. Stewart, The Misses
 20. Taylor, Robert, stationer
 18. Vacant
 16. Shaw, Jas., town missionary
 14. Gordon, Thomas, linen lapper
 12. Hutton, Mrs., dress maker
 10. Thompson, John, clerk
   8. White, Miss, dress maker
   6. Hanna, Mrs.
.........Elm Street intersects..........
   4. Major, Geo., insurance agent
   2. Stewart, Kennedy, coach builder

VIRGINIA TERRACE
See Vernon Street

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