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1868 Belfast / Ulster Street Directory

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        A thriving market town in County Derry, thirty six miles N. by W. from Belfast. It consists of one long and spacious street, from which several smaller ones branch off, the principal of which is Hall Street, which is making great progress un improvements. The houses, which are chiefly built of stone, and are modern buildings, have a respectable appearance. Linen cloth is the staple trade. Petty Sessions are held on the last Saturday of each month. A constabulary station is in the town. The market days are Tuesday and Friday - the former for flax, pork, horses and cattle, butter, eggs, fowl and general merchandise; and the latter for corn. Fairs held on the last Tuesday of every month. Maghera contained in 1851, 1,162 inhabitants.

Post-Office - M. Thompson, postmistress. Letters from Dublin, the South of Ireland, and England, arrive every forenoon at 9-45, and are despatched every day at 3; mails also at 6-30 a.m., and 8-50 p.m.
Sub Distributor of Stamps - Margaret Thompson
Market and Sessions House
Constabulary Station - C. D. Irwin, S.I.; Wm. Thomson, head constable

Places of Worship

Parish Church - Rev. B. B. Gough, rector; Rev. J. A. Stewart, curate
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Matthew Leitch
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - Rev. William Baxter and Rev. W. J. Storey
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. P. Hassan, P.P.; Revs. H. O'Hagan and Peter Bradley, curates
Dispensary - Dr. J. D. McCaw


Maghera National School, John McCloskey, teacher
Female National School - Annie Kerr, teacher
Male National School (Lower) - G. B. Havey, teacher
Milltown School - ? Boyd, teacher

Clergy, Professional, &c.

Baxter, Rev. William
Carson, Rev. Robert, Solitude
Clarke, Alexander, Upperlands
Clarke, James, jun., D.L., J.P., Lurgantocher
Collins, Rev. James, Moninenea
Colthurst, Rev. Henry, Fermoney
Dugan, Captain Henry
Forrester, Robert, Cloverhill
Gough, Rev. B. B., rector
Gunning, S. C., manager of Ulster Bank
Hamilton, Rev. Richard, Killyleagh
Hamilton, Rev. ?, Kilcronoghan
Henry, Alexander, solicitor
Henry, James, surgeon
Irvine, Robert, inspector of schools
Leitch, Rev. Matthew
Lytle, John D., L.R.C.S.Ed.
Mauleverer, B., Tanneymullan
Montgomery, Rev. S. L., Ballynascreen
Mooney, Rev. Daniel, Desertmartin
Murphy, William, Excise officer
McCaw, J. D., M.D., surgeon
McKenna, Rev. James, Termoneeny
McNamee, Rev. James, Whitewater
O'Hagan, J.
O'Loughlin, Rev. P., Ballynascreen
Robson, Rev. J. A., Tubbermore
Smith, Rev. Samuel, Cross
Stephenson, Mrs. John, Fortwilliam
Storey, Rev. W. J.
Torrens, Rev. Robert, Gortade

Traders &c.

Barkley, James, woollen draper
Begley, Bernard, nailer
Bradley, James, spirit dealer
Bradley, James, blacksmith
Bradley, John, cattle dealer
Brown, Hugh, shoe maker
Byrne, Mrs., Maghera Hotel
Campbell, Peter, carpenter
Cassidy, Hugh, coach builder
Cassidy, Patrick, lodging house
Clarke, John, shoe maker
Clarke, John, jun., shoe maker
Clarke, Mary, dress maker
Clarke, William, linen manufacturer
Connor, James, flax merchant
Connor, John, carpenter
Connor, William, saddler
Crockett, James, spirit dealer
Cullen, Andrew, Petty Sessions clerk
Cunningham, Hugh, grocer and hardware merchant
Daly, Patrick, tailor
Devlin, Ann, grocer
Devlin, John, cooper
Devlin, Michael, agent

Dogherty, Rose, spirit dealer
Donnelly, John, railway clerk
Dougherty, Charles, carpenter
Downing, Neil, spirit dealer
Ferris, Eliza Ann
Fleming, Isaac, grocer
Gamble, W. J., & Co., drapers
Graham, John, spirit dealer
Gregg, James, carpenter
Heggarty, N., dealer
Henry, John, carpenter
Henry, Mary, spirit dealer
Hipson, Alexander, carpenter
Kane, Robert, shoe maker
Kelly, John, blacksmith
Kelly, Joseph, spirit dealer
Kennedy, Henry, tailor
Kerr, A. & M., grocers and hardware merchants
Kerr, Thomas, grocer and baker
Logan, Daniel, flax merchant
Logan, Rose Anne, grocer
Lytle, A. K., flax merchant
Lytle, John, grocer and leather merchant
Lytle, J., grocer, leather, seed and provision merchant, Victoria Place
Lytle, Matthew, jun., grocer and hardware merchant
Marks, James, grocer, pawn broker and photographer
Martin, George, shoe maker
Milling, Thomas, draper
Miskelly, W., sewing and news agent
Mitchell, John, shoe maker
Morrison, Alexander K., woollen draper
Morton, William James, carpenter
Mullan, James, saddler
McAfee, Rebecca, dress maker
McClelland, J., Commercial Bakery, grocer and draper
McCloskey, John, spirit dealer
McCormick, Charles, spirit dealer
McCormick, James, auctioneer
McCormick, Patrick, spirit dealer
McEneeny, John, baker
McGuickan, James, car driver
McGuigan, Edward, billposter
McGuigan, John, shoe maker
McGurk, John, shoe maker
McGurk, Joseph, shoe maker
McGurk, P., shoe maker
McHarg, A., gardener
McKavenny, Hugh, provision dealer
McKeever, William, tailor
McKenna, Ann, lodging house
McKenna, Hugh, lodging house
McKenna, Nancy, spirit dealer
McKenna, P. & J., coach builders
McKeown, Thomas, watch maker
McKinney, Jane, lodging house
McLernon, Thomas, baker and grocer
McMullan, Catherine, bonnet maker
McNamee, Francis, spirit dealer
McNamee, Patrick, spirit dealer
McNeill, P. & J., drapers
McNichol, John, Commercial Hotel, Hall Street
McNichol, John, spirit dealer
McPake, Arthur, lodging house
O'Kain, Miss
O'Neill, Daniel, muslin agent
Porter, James, nailer
Rainey, Charles, lodging house
Rainey, Mary, bonnet maker
Reid, John, dealer
Rickard, Patrick, woollen draper
Savage, Henry, weaver
Selfridge, Robert, carpenter
Shields, Miss, dress maker
Taylor, The Misses, dress makers
Tunny, John, tailor
Wilson, John, attorney's clerk
Wilson, M., spirit dealer
Wilson, William, sawyer
York, Henry, provision dealer


To Castledawson, a mail car every day, leaving at 6-30 a.m. and returning at 9-40 a.m.; again leaving at 3 p.m. and returning at 8-50 p.m.
Cars in connexion with the railway daily


          Is a market town in County Derry, thirty five miles N.N.W. from Belfast, situated on the road from Coleraine to Dungannon. It is a well built town. There is a fine market house. The Court-house has a small bridewell attached. The town is the property of the Salters' Company of London. The linen manufacture employs a large proportion of the inhabitants. Brewing, tanning and the general grain business are extensively carried on. The Belfast Banking Company and the Northern Banking Company have branches here. General Quarter Sessions of the Peace are held in the Court-house in January, April, July and October, as also Petty Sessions on the last Wednesday of each month. The Parish Church is a beautiful edifice, built in 1857, at a cost of 7,000. The Presbyterian Church cost 3,000, also a school house. The ground for erecting these buildings upon was given gratuitously by the Salters' Company. There is a Wesleyan Methodists church, and a Roman Catholic chapel. The charities comprise - a Dispensary and a Union Workhouse, and other free schools. The principal market is held on Thursday, and that for oats on Monday, and wheat on Wednesday. On the second Thursday in every month there is a large linen market; and extensive cattle markets or fairs are also held monthly. The fairs are held on the last Thursday of every month. The Parish of Magherafelt, in 1851, contained 6,592 inhabitants, and the town 1,390 of that number.

Post-Office, Broad Street - M. A. Daley, postmaster
Stamp Office, Rainey Street - Jas. Sands, distributor
Court House and Bridewell, Broad Street - Thomas Monteith, keeper
Constabulary Station, Diamond

Places of Worship

Parish Church - Rev. James Hogan
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Alexander Montgomery
Wesleyan Methodist Church - Rev. Robert Cooke
Roman Catholic Chapel, Millbrook - Rev. Patk. Campbell, P.P.; Rev. John Loughran, curate

Public Institutions

Belfast Banking Company (branch) - J. Walker & Sons, managers
Northern Banking Company - Messrs. Gaussen & Duncan, managers
National Schools, Cottage Road - Thos. Lowry, John Maguire, Ann Lowry, and C. O'Hara, teachers
Charity School, Rainey Street - Rev. James Hogan, governor; Henry Kincaid, teacher
Church Education Society's School, Church Street - Robert Bear, Miss Cowan, and Miss Tue, teachers
Union Workhouse - Scott Lindsay, master; Ann Lindsay, mistress; John Steele, clerk
Dispensary - John S. Vesey, M.D.

Gentry, Clergy &c.

Ash, Thomas, Spotswood, Millbrook
Auterson, Francis, surgeon and apothecary, Market Square
Cassidy, Major F. P., J.P., Glenbrook
Cox, Mrs., Millbrook
Donnelly, Rev. E., P.P., Brackagh
Duncan, Robert A., Broad Street
Gaussen, Horace, Market Square
Gaussen, Wm., Lake Lodge
Glover, J., attorney, Broad Street, and 9 Suffolk Street, Dublin
Kelly, David, coroner, Castledawson
Maturin, John, attorney, Broad Street; and 9 Eustace Street, Dublin
Montgomery, Rev. Alexander
McGee, Rev. James, C.C., Brackagh
McIntyre, William, Warwick Lodge
Pomeroy, the Hon. and Rev. A. W., Dromore Glebe
Quinn, Rev. Patrick, Ballygrubey
Shannon, Geo., M.D., physician and surgeon, Broad Street
Spotswood, Andrew, J.P., Manor House
Thompson, William J., Rainey Street
Vesey, John, M.D., physician and surgeon, Railway View
Walker, Hugh, Rainey Street
Walker, Wm., J.P., Rainey Street
Waring, Rev. Arthur Power, Desertmartin
Wison, Rev. James, Lecumpher

Traders &c.

Adams, Joshua, watch and clock maker, Broad Street
Agnew, Robert, baker, Rainey Street
Allen, Andrew, woollen draper, Rainey Street
Anderson, John, linen merchant and manufacturer, Drumrainey
Averell, Joseph, blacksmith, Back Road
Barklie, David, spirit dealer
Barkley, D., posting establishment
Brown, Andrew, butter merchant, Diamond
Brown, George, spirit dealer and car owner, Diamond
Brown, Wm., provision merchant, Queen Street
Burns, Hugh, saddler, Queen Street
Caldwell, L., spirit dealer, Rainey Street
Campbell, J. & J., woollen drapers
Campbell, John, clothes dealer, Rainey Street
Carr, William, grocer, Rainey Street
Cassidy, J. H., grocer, Church Street
Clarke, William, auctioneer, Queen Street
Cochran, Robert, grocer, Rainey Street
Connor, John, spirit dealer, Queen Street
Connor, Miss M. A., dress maker
Corbett, David, grocer, Diamond
Daley, John, saddler, Queen Street
Daley, Mrs., grocer and spirit dealer, Broad Street
Derby, John, baker, grocer, china and delf dealer, Church Street
Derby, Samuel, linen merchant and manufacturer, Broad Street
Devlin, John, spirit dealer, Rainey Street
Diffin, Neil, egg and marine store, Queen Street
Doherty, William, grocer, painter and glazier, Church Street
Donnelly, Andrew & Son, stucco plasterers, Rainey Street
Donnelly, P. B., woollen drapers
Donnelly, Richard, grocer and spirit dealer, &c., Church Street
Donnelly, R., builder, Church Street
Duncan, David, grocer, Ballyronan
Duncan, John, spirit dealer, Queen Street
Galway, B., watchmaker and jeweller, Church Street
Gaussen, David & Sons, ironmongers, timber, slate & coal merchants, Ballyronan
Gaussen, David, wine merchant, Ballyronan
Gaussen, Horace, grain merchant
Gilmore, Richard, grocer, Rainey Street
Graham, David & Sons, woollen drapers and silk mercers, Market Square
Graham, John, woollen draper, Market Square
Greer, John, whitesmith, Church Street
Greer, Joseph, blacksmith, Church Street
Hagan, James, butcher
Hamilton, Elizabeth, provision dealer, Queen Street
Harbinson, James, linen merchant and manufacturer, Pass Street

Harbison, James, grocer, &c., Queen Street
Harbinson, James, tanner, currier, and leather merchant, Ballyheifer
Hastings, E., milliner and haberdasher, Rainey Street
Hastings, W., spirit dealer, Rainey Street
Hipson, John, spirit dealer, Rainey Street
Hull, Mrs., Market Square
Huston, M. & Co., shoe shop, Rainey Street
Johnston, David, whitesmith, Rainey Street
Johnston, Hugh, boot and shoe maker, Back Road
Johnston, John, spirit dealer, Market Square
Johnston, Thomas, boot and shoe maker, Rainey Street
Johnstone, James, grocer, ironmonger and timber merchant, Diamond
Johnstone, Wm., leather merchant and grocer, Diamond
Keenan, Margaret, milliner and dress maker
Keilt, Neil, rag dealer, Meeting Street
Kelly, Henry, Looney & Coolcamb, maltsters and brewers
Kelly, J., grocer and leather dealer
Kelly, Mrs. J., dress maker, Rainey Street
Lindsay, M. J., milliner and dress maker, Diamond
Lytle, Matthew, grocer, leather and timber merchant
Mackin, John, clothes dealer, Queen Street
Mallon, B., draper, Rainey Street
Millar, William, turner, Killyfaddy
Miller, James, boot and shoe maker, Church Street
Mills, James, tinsmith, Meeting Street
Mitchell, James, grocer, Ballymaquiggan
Montgomery, ?, accountant
Morran, James, emigration agent, and egg and rag merchant, Queen Street
Morrison, James, tailor, Rainey Street
Morrison, J., haberdasher and milliner
Morrison, Mrs., woollen drapery
Morrow, Joseph, &c., Queen Street
Mulholland, Hugh, boot and shoe maker, Rainey Street
McCord, James, provision merchant, Rainey Street
McFall, Archibald, master extraordinary Court of Chancery, Broad Street
McFall, Archibald, hotel and posting establishment, Broad Street
McFall, Wm. B., saddlery and bottling stores
McFall, William, saddler
McGanerty, Mary, grocer, Queen Street
McGuickan, B., saddler and Rainey
McGuickan, John, clerk, Church Street
McGuinness, Andrew, tailor, Queen Street
McKeever, M., linen merchant, Loop
McKendry, David, builder, Back Road
McKendry, James, provision dealer, Hillhead
McKenna, Charles, butter merchant, Meetinghouse Street
McKeown, John, butcher, Queen Street
McKeown, Sarah, bonnet maker, Church Street
McLernon, Hugh, grocer and baker, Rainey Street
McLernon, John, grocer, guano, seed merchant, and agent for News-Letter, Rainey Street
McLoughlin, John, carpenter, Drumrainey
McManus, Charles, tailor
McNamee, John, grocer and spirit dealer, Rainey Street
McTeague, Thomas, provision dealer, Rainey Street
McVeigh, Neill, painter and glazier, Diamond
Nodwill, John, linen merchant and manufacturer, Ballyronan
Otterson, James, tailor, Rainey Street
Otterson, Mrs., milliner, Rainey Street
O'Connor, Peter, spirit dealer, Rainey Street
Palmer, J., spirit dealer
Peacock, John, boot and shoe maker, Rainey Street
Pollock, James, Broad Street
Pollock, J., relieving officer, Church Street
Porter, John, accountant
Porter, Samuel, woollen draper
Potts, Jane, milliner and dress maker, Castledawson
Richardson, Lewis & Son, printers, Church Street
Richardson, Oliver, confectioner
Sample, M., cabinet maker, Rainey Street
Sands, Robert, & Sons, ironmongers, leather sellers, timber and coal dealers, and grocers, Rainey Street
Shiels, Robert, woollen draper, Broad Street
Simpson, The Misses, milliners, Church Street
Smyth, William, woollen draper, Queen Street
Smythe, W., haberdasher and milliner
Steele, Miss, boot and shoe maker, Diamond
Stewart, George, grocer, Broad Street
Stewart, John, Diamond
Stinton, D., carpenter, Meeting Street
Stinton, Mary Ann, bonnet maker, Meeting Street
Strahan, ?, accountant, Northern Bank, Broad Street
Strain, Samuel H., woollen draper, Diamond
Taylor, Thomas, Broad Street
Thompson, Miss, milliner, Rainey Street
Thompson, Wm., grocer and baker, Queen Street
Tohill, Francis, butcher, Moneymore Pass
Tohill, John, butcher, Moneymore Pass
Tohill, Patrick, butcher and egg dealer, Queen Street
Toy, Thomas, spirit dealer
Walker, John, tinsmith, Rainey Street
Walker, John & Sons, corn merchants, Rainey Street
Walsh, M., spirit dealer, Meeting Street
Walsh, Mary, spirit dealer, Broad Street
Wilson, Hugh, grocer and corn dealer, Market Square.
Wilson, Mary, grocer and glass dealer, Market Square
York, James, carpenter, Queen Street
York, James, pawn broker, Queen Street
Young, Robert, agriculturist to the Magherafelt Estate, Backwood


A mail car to Draperstown, on the arrival of the 8-13 a.m., train, returning at 4-27 p.m., for the mail train to Belfast and Dublin


        Anciently called Moirath, is a post town in County Down, situated on the road from Belfast to Armagh, and within half a mile of the Ulster Railway Station. The town, though small, is clean and consists of one long, spacious street, containing a handsome Court-house. Petty Sessions are held on last Wednesday of each month. The church was erected at the joint expense of Sir John Rawdon and the Earl of Hillsborough. It is a large and handsome Gothic edifice, with a square tower, surmounted by a spire, and from its situation above the town, forms a conspicuous and picturesque object in this well planted district. Sir Thomas Bateson, of Belvoir Park, Belfast, is now the owner of the Moira Estate. Fairs, the first Thursdays in February, May, August and November. The parish of Moira contained, in 1861, 4,147 inhabitants, and the town 823 of that number.

Post-Office and Money Order Office - Postmistress, Jane Watson.  Letters delivered in town by postman at 8 a.m., and 2-35 p.m.
Petty Sessions held last Wednesday in every month. Magistrates - R. Waddel, James L. Douie and Charles Douglass; Mr. Stanfield, clerk of petty sessions
Constabulary Station - T. Wilson, constable
Barony Cess Collector - Joseph Boyle, Tilburn

Places of Worship

Parish Church (St. John's) - Rev. W. H. Wynne, rector; Rev. George Gossawen, curate
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Samuel Graham
Methodist Church - Rev. John Hazelton
Unitarian Meeting House - Rev. J. Mulligan

Gentry, Clergy, &c.

Berwick, Mark, Berwick Hall
Bullick, Wm., Ballycanal
Connor, James, surgeon
Douie, James L., J.P.
Gilliland, John, Drumbane
Gorman, Stafford, Broom Mount
Gossawen, Rev. George
Graham, Rev. Samuel
Green, Wm. T., M.D., dispensary officer
Hull, Thomas, Fairmount House
Logan, John, Drumbane
Macvey, John, surgeon and dispensary officer
Monro, James, Hunter's Hall
McDade, T. H., Legmore
Richardson, R. R., Moira
Waring, Thomas, Waringfield
Wynne, Rev. W. H., Glebe House

Traders &c.

Agnew, William John., shop keeper and provision merchant
Arbuthnott, John, weaver
Balance, William, rag dealer
Banks, John, weaver
Brown, William, carpenter
Brownlee, Miss, parochial school teacher
Carroll, John, pensioner of constabulary
Clarke, Thomas, spirit dealer
Clarke, William, smith, plough maker, &c.
Cousins, Joseph, spirit dealer
Crooks, Joseph, weaver
Crooks, Robert, weaver
Crooks, William, summons server
Corbett & McConnell, lime burners
Doak, Samuel, smith
Duff, David, weigh master

Duff, James, labourer
Duff, Mrs., dress maker
Ferguson, Andrew, carpenter
Gordon, John, gardener
Gore, James, jun., boot and shoe maker
Gornell, Robert
Hadden, ?, parochial school teacher
Hanna, John & Alexander, sawyers
Heron, Henry, carter
Hewitt, John, nursery man, green grocer, &c.
Hewitt, the Misses, dress makers
Hull, John, manufacturer, Gartnamoney
Johnston, James, labourer
Lavery, William, tailor
Lewis, William & Thomas, tailors
Lynas, John, butcher and weaver
Martin, Thomas, carman
Mills, John, farmer
Murphy, John, Bateson Arms Hotel and ironmonger and provision dealer
Murray, John, farmer
McCann, John, boot and shoe maker
McCarten, the Misses, lodgings
McCaw, Anthony, precentor of United Presbyterian Meeting House
McClure, Holt, labourer
McConnell, Thomas & William, boot and shoe makers
McConnell, William, labourer
McCreery, Joseph, letter carrier and sexton of church
McDowell, David, shop keeper
McDowell, Robt., shop keeper and manufacturer
McGaghey, James, railway carter
McGeown, James, spirit dealer
McGivern, W., lodgings
McKeown, J., lodgings
McMullan, Alex., nailer
O'Mulvenny, Eleanor & Eliza, shirt makers
Potter, Wm., saddler and harness maker
Smart, Joseph, woollen draper
Smyth, Eliza, spirit dealer
Spence, Thomas, weaver
Toulerton, W., boot and shoe maker
Turkington, Oliver, carter
Turtle, James, baker
Ward, William & James, nailers
Watson, The Misses, milliners and dress makers


Day mail to Belfast, despatched at 11-25 a.m., to Dublin, Holyhead, and Kingston packet at 1-40; arrives from Belfast at 2-32 p.m. from Dublin at 12-20 p.m.
Post messenger or runner from Lurgan to Moira every morning at 7-50, arrives at Moira, and is despatched from Moira to Lurgan at 6-10 p.m.


        Is a good market town, the assize town for its county, forty three miles S.W. by W. from Belfast. The town consists of one principal square, and of several streets diverging from it. The County Court-house is a handsome building. The County Jail is a strong building. The County Infirmary occupies an elevated situation. There is a Fever Hospital about a quarter of a mile from the town. At the North entrance is the Cavalry Barrack, and Union Workhouse. The principal trade is the exchange of general merchandise for the agricultural produce of the surrounding country. The Belfast, Ulster and Provincial Banks have branches here; there is also a savings' bank. The Parish Church is a handsome structure in the later English style of architecture, with a square tower surmounted by a spire. The interior contains some handsome monuments and marble tablets.  There is a Presbyterian church, and the Wesleyan and Primitive Methodists have also churches. The Roman Catholic chapel adjoins the town. There are some good public schools. At the end of North Street is a large Model School; near to it is the Ulster Terminus. An asylum for lunatics, to hold 100 patients, is near completion. Petty Sessions court held on each Tuesday.  Quarter Sessions four times, and Assizes twice each year. The market days are Monday, Wednesday and Saturday - the first for the usual articles of consumption, the two latter for corn. Fairs, the first Monday in every month. Population of the town in 1861, 3,910.

Post-Office, Dublin Street - R. F. Blakney, postmaster
Excise Office, at the Western Arms Hotel, Diamond
Stamp Office, Diamond - E. Donelly, distributor
County Jail, Hill Street - Governor, John Temple; local inspector, T. Young; Episcopalian chaplain, Rev. W. R. Bailey; Presbyterian chaplain, Rev. J. Bleckley; Roman Catholic chaplain, Rev. L. O'Neal; physician and surgeon, A. K. Young, M.D.
Constabulary Station, Glasslough Street - Richard Singleton, county inspector; Charles McKelvey, sub inspector
Court House, Church Square -

Places of Worship

Parish Church, Church Square - Rev. W. R. Bailey, D.D., rector; Rev. E. J. Bury, curate
Presbyterian Church, Meetinghouse Square - Rev. J. Bleckley, A.M.
Primitive Methodist Church, Market Street - ministers, various.
Wesleyan Methodist Church, New Road - ministers, various
Roman Catholic Chapel -

Public Institutions

Banks - Belfast Banking Company, Dublin Street, William Reid, manager; Provincial Bank of Ireland, North Street, William Johnston, manager; Ulster Banking Company, R. G. Warren, manager; Savings' Bank, Hill Street, Henry Rogers, manager
Ulster Canal Carrying Company - James S. Mason, C.E., in charge
Union Workhouse, Kilnacloy - Master, Thomas Armstrong; matron, Margaret Akins; surgeon, William Temple, M.D.; Episcopalian chaplain, Rev. W. R. Bailey; Presbyterian chaplain, Rev. J. Beckley, A.M.; Roman Catholic chaplain, Rev. L. O'Neal
Infirmary - Surgeon, Andrew K. Young, M.D.
Fever Hospital - Treasurer, Thomas Little; surgeon, William Temple, M.D.; apothecary, James Whitla
Dispensary, Mill Street - William Temple, M.D., medical officer
Bible Society's Depository, Diamond - Richard Robinson

Nobility and Gentry

Coote, Thomas, D.L., Brandrum
Evatt, S. R. B., D.L., J.P., Mount Louise
Fawcett, John, Drumaconnor
Hamilton, James, J.P., Cornacassa
Henderson, ?, captain in militia
Irwin, William N., M.D., Townview
Johnston, H. G., Fort Johnston
Johnston, William, North Street
Kane, William, T. D., J.P., Drumreaske
Lloyd, Major Henry, Bellalack
Lucas, Right Hon. Edward, Castleshane
Mitchell, Richard, deputy clerk of peace, North Street
Montgomery, T., County Treasurer
Murray, Andre A., Newbliss
McKelvey, Charles, S.I.
Reed, Andrew, Brookvale
Reed, William, Diamond
Richardson, Captain John, J.P., Poplar Vale
Ross, James M., Liskerney
Rossmore, Lord, Rossmore Park
Singleton, Richard, C.I., constabulary
Waddell, W. C., Lisnavane House
Warren, R. G., Diamond
Watson, William, Galina, quarter-master of Monaghan Regiment

Clergy and Professional

Bailey, W. R., Glebe
Bleckley, Rev. John, A.M., Corlat
Burnell, Miss
Bury, Rev. E. G., curate
Heme, Maurice C., T.C.D.
Donnelly, Right Rev. Dr., Roman Catholic Bishop of Clogher, Chapel House
Rankin, Rev. John, Drumcaw
Temple, William, M.D., Hill Street
Young, A. K., M.D., The Terrace

Traders &c.

Barry, Patrick, lodgings, Glasslough Street
Baxter, John, watch and clock maker, Market Street
Beard, John, spirit dealer and leather cutter, Dublin Street
Bell, Ann J., dress maker, Glasslough Street
Blackburn, Edward, grocer, Dublin
Blackburn, Joseph, haberdasher, Dublin Street
Bond, Elizabeth, spirit dealer, Dublin Street
Boylan, John, shoe maker, Glasslough Street
Brady, Thomas, wheelwright, Park Street
Brady, Francis, spirit dealer and grocer, Market Street
Brady, Patrick, lodgings, Market Street
Breakey, Humphrey, haberdasher, Diamond
Burnside, Samuel, baker, Market Street
Burton, Hugh, tailor, Glasslough Street
Campbell, Alexander, shoe maker, Glasslough Street
Campbell, Joseph, Stag Hotel, Dublin Street
Campbell, Michael, painter and glazier, Market Street
Carbon, Patrick, cooper, Park Street
Cinnamond, James, wholesale spirit store, Diamond
Clarke, Richard, spirit dealer, Market Street
Clerkin, Peter, boarding house, Dublin Street
Collins, Thomas, shoe maker, Dublin Street
Conolly, Mrs., spirit dealer, Market Street
Coote, Captain, agency office, Glasslough Street
Corr, James, lodgings, Park Street
Corrigan, Bernard, lodgings, Market Street
Courtney, Misses, dress makers, Hill Street.
Courtenay, Misses, dress makers, Hill Street
Coyle, Peter, tailor, Glasslough Street
Curren, Misses, Westenra Arms Hotel, Diamond
Dawson, Catherine, grocer, Dublin Street
Deighan, Peter, spirit dealer, Diamond
Devlin, James, lodgings, Glasslough Street
Donnelly, Edward, woollen draper, and Stamp Office, Church Square
Drum, Edward, boot and shoe maker
Duffy, Bartholomew, merchant, Dublin Street
Duffy, Ellen, lodgings, Market Street
Duffy, John, lodgings, Dublin Street
Duffy, William, nail maker, Market Street
Dunwoody, Foster, clerk, Diamond
Eakin, James, chandler, Glasslough Street
Fleming, Richard, hairdresser, &c., Glasslough Street
Fleming, Thomas, land agent, Mill Street
Forsyth, Sarah, dress maker, Market Street
Garity, Bernard, clothes merchant
Gibson, John, saddler, Glasslough Street
Gillespie, Charles, butter merchant, Church Square
Good, Francis, private lodgings, Dublin Street
Gorman, Elizabeth, lodgings, Dublin Street
Gormly, Patrick, marine store, Market Street
Graham, Robert, ironmonger, and agent for News-Letter, Diamond
Graham, Joseph M., photographer, Hill Street
Grimes, John, tailor, Glasslough Street
Hagan, Catherine, grocer, Glasslough Street
Hagan, Thomas, carpenter, Glasslough Street
Harrison, Edward, tinsmith, Market Street
Henessy, William, cabinet maker, Diamond
Henry, Thomas, druggist and grocer, Glasslough Street
Hillock, Ellen, lodgings, Glasslough Street
Holmes, John, newspaper proprietor and auctioneer
Houston, Henry, provision store, Dublin Street
Houston, James, grocer, Glasslough Street
Hughes, Philip, baker, Dublin Street
Humphreys, Mrs., woollen draper, Diamond
Irwin, John, spirit dealer, Market Street
Jackson, Sarah, upholstress, Glasslough Street
Jebb, John, spirit dealer, Glasslough Street
Jebb, William, attorney, Mill Street
Johnston, Henry, agency office, Glasslough Street
Keating, Michael, lodgings, Park Street
Keeling, Robert, registry office, Glasslough Street
Keiran, Philip, grocer, Park Street
Kelly, Elizabeth, spirit dealer, Market Street
Kelly, Henry, tailor, Glasslough Street
Kelly, James, spirit dealer, Mill Street

Kelly, Thomas, spirit dealer, Glasslough Street
Kennedy, Abraham, town sergeant, Glasslough Street
Kennedy, E. A., milliner, Dublin Street
Keown, James, sewed muslin agent, Dublin Street~
Ker, Andre A. Murray, agency office, Dublin Street
Kernaghan, Thomas, grocer, Glasslough Street
Kernaghan, T., horse dealer, Glasslough Street
Kiernan, Philip, blacksmith, New Road
King, Mrs., baker, Dublin Street
Kisby, Mrs., lodgings, Market Street
Leslie, Isaiah, spirit dealer, Market Street
Little, Thomas, haberdasher and rent agent, Dublin Street
Lochead, James, nail maker, Glasslough Street
Lough, William, grocer, Church Square
Loughran, John, boot and shoe shop, Diamond
Maguire, John, butcher, Dublin Street
Maguire, Mrs., blacksmith, Park Street
Malone, Bernard, spirit dealer, Park Street
Martin, James, spirit stores, Church Square
Martin, Matilda, bonnet maker, Park Street
Mason, James, land agent, Mill Street
Miller, Thomas, tailor, Dublin Street
Milligan, Edward, grocer and leather dealer, Market Street
Mitchell, Alexander, saddler, Glasslough Street
Mitchell, James, draper, Market Street
Mitchell, Thomas, grocer, Diamond
Monaghan, James, lodgings, Glasslough Street
Montgomery, Mary, grocer, Glasslough Street
Moyne, J., grocer, Church Street
Mullen, Catherine, lodgings, Park Street
Mullen, Mrs., Hill Street
Mullen, James, cow dealer, Park Street
Mulligan, W., boot and shoe maker, Park Street
Murdoch, Ann, earthenware dealer, Glasslough Street
Murdoch, Jane, grocer, Dublin Street
Murdoch, Mrs., bakery, Glasslough Street
Murdoch, Mrs., Glasslough Street
Murphy, Bernard, baker, Dublin Street
Murphy, James, boarding house, Dublin Street
Murphy, John, tailor, Glasslough Street
Murphy, Matthew, tin worker, Dublin Street
Murphy, William, tinsmith, Dublin Street
Murray, John, chandler, Dublin Street
Murray, J., attorney's clerk, Mill Street
Murray. Patrick, hairdresser, Meetinghouse Square
McAdam, Matthew, boot and shoe maker, Glasslough Street
McArdle, William, post cars, Dublin Street
McCabe, W., leather cutter, Dublin Street
McCaffery, Edward, baker, Dublin Street
McCarron, Hugh, lodgings, Park Street
McCarron, John, baker, Glasslough Street
McCarron, Mrs., spirit dealer, Meetinghouse Square
McCarron, Patrick, provision store, Park Street
McCleary, J., inn keeper, Meetinghouse Square
McCleery, Francis, spirit dealer, Dublin Street
McCleery, Patrick, boot and shoe maker, Park Street
McClelland, Samuel, whitesmith, Shamble Square
McConnell, William, carpenter, Park Street
McCormick, Edward, baker, Dublin Street
McCormick, J., blacksmith, Glasslough Street
McCourt, John, lodgings, Glasslough Street
McCoy, T., flax dealer, Market Street
McCready, Bernard, leather merchant & grocer
McCulloch, John, leather cutter, Dublin Street
McCullough, Peter, grocer, spirit dealer and ironmonger, Market Street
McDonnell, James, lodgings, Market Street
McDowell, Nicholas, lodgings, Glasslough Street
McEnally, Bernard, spirit dealer, Market Street
McEnally, Owen, meal store, Park Street
McEntee, Francis, blacksmith, Park Street
McEntee, J., grocer, Church Square
McEneny, Edward, lodging, Mill Street
McEneny, G., butcher, Glasslough Street
McFadden, Francis, butcher, Dublin Street
McGeough, Bernard, cabinet maker, Diamond
McGinnis, James, flax dresser, Market Square
McGinniss, Terence, lodgings, Park Street
McGlone, Robert, carpenter and turner, Meetinghouse Square
McGloghlin, John, butcher, Dublin Street
McGuire, George, butcher, Dublin Street
McGuirk, Patrick, inn keeper and coal merchant, Mill Street
McKenna, Bernard, baker, Dublin Street
McKenna, Edward, baker, Dublin Street
McKenna, Francis, baker, Glasslough Street
McKenna, James, grocer, Market Street
McKenna, John, spirit dealer, Market Street
McKeown, William, post cars, Shamble Square
McKnight, Mrs., woollen draper, Diamond
McPhillips, Mrs., innkeeper, Church Square
McPhillips, Peter, spirit merchant, Mill Street
McNally, B., spirit dealer, Market Street
McQuade, Henry, glass and china warehouse, Glasslough Street
Naughten, Thomas, spirit dealer, Diamond
Nunn, Jeremiah, attorney, Mill Street
Owens, John, lodgings, Park Street
O'Neill, John, boot and shoe maker, Glasslough Street
Quaile, James, grocer, Dublin Street
Rafferty, John, spirit dealer, Market Street
Rafferty, Patrick, spirit dealer, Park Street
Reilly, John, attorney, Hill Street
Reilly, Joseph, tailor, Glasslough Street
Reilly, Michael, shoe maker, Glasslough Street
Rice, James, posting establishment, Market Street
Robinson, R., printer and book seller, Diamond
Rodgers, Henry, land agent, Hill Street
Rodgers, Henry, Life Assurance Office, Hill Street
Rule, Alexander, meal store, Glasslough Street
Rush, Matthew G., surgeon, Church Square
Russell, Miss E., haberdasher, Diamond
Ryan, Patrick, whitesmith, Shamble Square
Shaw, Christy, blacksmith, Rooskey
Shaw, Isabella, stay maker, Glasslough Street
Sherry, John, spirit dealer and grocer, Dublin Street
Sherry, Michael, lodgings, Mill Street
Sherry, Mrs., spirit dealer, Park Street
Skelton, Benjamin, gunsmith, Market Square
Slowey, Bernard, baker, Market Street
Slowey, Charles, baker, Market Street
Slowey, Bridget, baker, Market Street
Smyth, Catherine, spirit dealer, Glasslough Street
Smith, Thomas, baker, Park Street
Smyth, Vincent, land surveyor, Glasslough Street
Soraghan, Felix, spirit dealer, Park Street
Stewart, John, carpenter, Jail Hill
Sturgeon, Robert, hardware and seed merchant, Market Street
Swan, ?, haberdasher, Diamond
Taggart, Edward, blacksmith, Park Street
Temple, William, M.D., Hill Street
Terney, Peter, inn keeper, post cars and grocer, Diamond
Thompson, Jane, milliner, Diamond
Thompson, Robert, saddler, Market Street
Todd, Elizabeth, milliner, Glasslough Street
Toner, Bernard, haberdasher, Diamond
Treanor, Charles, slater, Park Street
Treanor, Ellen, lodgings, Mill Street
Treanor, James, car proprietor, Dublin Street
Treanor, John, inn keeper and grocer, Dublin Street
Treanor, William, post cars, Dublin Street
Turtle, Isabella, confectioner, Diamond
Vallely, Ellen, milliner, Market Street
Wallace, Samuel, saddler, Market Street
Warner, J., glass and china warehouse, Church Square
Watkins, James, woollen draper, Market Street
Whitla, Daniel, pawn broker, Dublin Street
Whitla, Robert, pawn broker, Diamond
Wilson, John, grocer, Dublin Street
Wilson, Thomas, nailer, Mill Street
Woods, David, pawn broker and auctioneer, Diamond and Dublin Street
Woods, J., clothes broker and hosier, Dublin Street
Woods, John, baker, Market Street
Woods, John, baker, Dublin Street
Woods, John, grocer, Dublin Street
Wright, Joseph, attorney, Mill Street
Wright, Joseph C., agency office, Diamond
Wright, Mrs., spirit dealer, Market Street
Wright, Thomas, attorney, Hill Street
Young, A. K., M.D.

Northern Standard published on Friday evening; office, Church Square


          Is a prosperous market town in County Derry, 32 Irish miles W.N.W. from Belfast. The town and a large tract of the adjacent country are the property of the Drapers' Company, London, who have greatly improved the town and district. Petty sessions are held on the first Tuesday in each month. The whole estate belonging to the Company comprises sixty four townlands. The Parish church of Desertlyn, in the town, is a very elegant structure, in the Norman style, erected in 1832, at an expense of 6,000, wholly defrayed by the Drapers' Company. The Drapers' Company also built at their expense the Rev. Dr. Barnett's Presbyterian House, at a cost of 4,000, and subscribed liberally to the building of the Rev. Robert Sinclair's Presbyterian church. Since the estate came into their possession, they have expended 50,000 in the improvement of the town of Moneymore alone, exclusive of about 100,000 upon other portions of the property. The weekly market is held on Friday, and there is a general  market or fair on the 21st of each month. Population in 1861, 700.

Post-Office, High Street - Jane Richey, postmistress
Stamp-Office - Joseph Johnston, distributor
Drapers' Company's office, High Street - James Moran, chief clerk

Places of Worship

Parish Church - Hon. and Rev. J. P. Hewitt, rector
First Presbyterian Church - Rev. John Barnett, D.D.
Second Presbyterian Church - Rev. R. Sinclair
Primitive Methodist Church - Ministers, various
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. P. Quin, P.P.

Public Institutions

Belfast Banking Company - Henry R. Miller, managers; James Moran, accountant
Alliance Life and Fire Insurance office - H. R. Miller, agent
Agriculturist Insurance Company - David Allen, agent
Drapers' Company's Schools - Alexander Crooks, Mrs. Whitaker and Miss Mary Carmichael, teachers


Conyngham, Lieutenant Colonel, Londonderry Militia, Springhill
Miller, Henry R., J.P.
Miller, Miss Mary Ann
Newton, Robert, Coagh
Newton, Mrs., Coagh
Thompson, Archibald, Ashvale
Wright, Miss Gertrude, Windsor Cottage

Clergy and Professional

Barnett, Rev. John, D.D.
Beckett, Alexander, M.D.
Blair, Bryce, M.D., attendant Coagh Dispensary
Fox, Rev. P., C.C.
Given, John, Springbank
Hewitt, Hon. and Rev. J. P., rector, Crossnarea
Holmes, Rev. Robert, Fairview, Coagh
Jackson, Rev. J. J., Ballinderry Glebe, Coagh
Jones, Rev. J., curate, Ardtrea
Macloskie, Rev. George, Ballygoney
Maxwell, Zechariah, surgeon attendant at the Drapers' and Union Dispensary (Zachariah)
Meade, Rev. Wm. E., Ardtrea, Glebe
McKee, Rev. John
Otterson, M., M.D., surgeon
Patchell, John, M.D., R.N., Burbuoy Cottage
Quinn, Rev. Patrick, P.P.
Sinclair, Rev. Robert, Rushfield
Sparrow, Rev. William, curate
Twigg, Rev. S., Tamlaght Glebe
White, Rev. W., curate, Ballinderry
Wilson, Rev. James, Lecumpher

Traders &c.

Agnew, William John, painter and glazier
Agnew, Lindsay, butcher
Allen, D., agricultural implement manufacturer
Allen, Thomas, blacksmith
Anderson, James, teacher, Coltrim
Anderson, Matthew, spirit dealer
Anderson, Samuel J., grocer and hardware merchant
Anderson, S. J., news agent
Badger, B. & J., grocers, bakers & ironmongers
Blair, Miss, Drapers' Arms Hotel
Boyle, Margaret, grocer
Brooks, James, tailor
Campbell, J., shoe maker
Campbell, John, shoe maker and sexton
Campbell, Margaret, grocer and haberdasher

Carleton, Thomas, spirit dealer and grocer
Collins, William, provision dealer
Costello, Hugh, grocer and news agent
Crooks, Alexander, teacher
Diver, Joseph, petty sessions clerk
Diver, Joseph, land agent and master extraordinary, Q.B.
Ekin, Samuel, linen manufacturer, Coagh
Farley, Francis, grocer
Fields, Alexander, slater and stucco plasterer
Gibson, Joseph, land steward
Graham, James, horse shoer
Graham, George, station master
Hamilton, Brown, reed maker
Hamilton, James, letter carrier
Harbison, William, wine and spirit merchant
Harris, Miss, dress maker
Hutchinson, J., Farmers' Hotel
Johnston, Joseph, newsagent
Lattimer, Mrs., Inniscairn, teacher of Drapers' school
Loughry, John, cabinet maker
Lowry, James, Drapers' School teacher, Cranny
Magee, John, emigration agent
Magee, John, insurance office
Maxwell, Arthur, joiner and builder
Maxwell, B., registrar of births, deaths & marriages
Maxwell, James, carpenter
Megaw, James, miller
Moran, James, shipping agent
Morgan, James, chief clerk in Drapers' Company's office
Montgomery, Robert, county cess collector
Mulholland, James, butcher
McCleery, George, grocer
McDonald, William, organist
McElderry, James, tailor
McGee, Daniel, builder, grocer and haberdasher
McGee, Sarah, spirit dealer
McGlinchy, Persse, auctioneer and ship agent
McGovern, James, provision dealer
McIver, William, carpenter
McKee, Catherine, grocer, Moneyhaw
McKee, J., National School teacher, Ballindrum
McKeever, John, linen manufacturer, Ballygurk
McKinney, James, mason
McLaughlin, Samuel, tailor and sexton
O'Neill, David, grocer
O'Neill, David, shoe maker
O'Neill, Francis, shoe maker
O'Neill, Thomas, boot and shoe maker
Otterson, Mrs., spirit dealer
Patrick, David, shoe maker and sexton
Pierce, Benjamin, grocer and baker
Rankin, Robert, boot maker
Reed, William, shoe maker and grocer
Ritchey, Jane, grocer
Richey, Joseph, ship agent
Robson, John, provision merchant
Sterret, Margaret, dress maker
Stevenson, John, forrester and agriculturist to the Drapers' Company, &c., &c.
Taylor, William, carpenter
Thompson, William G., linen merchant, Coagh
Watters, Joseph, rate collector
Whittaker, Joseph, grocer and baker
Whittaker, Robert, hardware & coal merchant
Whittaker, Robert, woollen draper and agent for News Letter
Wilkinson, George, grocer


A mail train leaves Belfast 6 a.m. for Cookstown, arrives here at 8-13, and leaves Cookstown at 4-10 p.m. every day.
Trains arrive from Belfast at 8-13 a.m., 10-30 a.m., and 11-40 a.m. and 7-20 p.m.; arrive from Cookstown at 8-40 a.m., 1-40 p.m., 4-22 p.m. and 5-30 p.m.


          Moy is a small market town in County Tyrone, forty nine miles S.W. from Belfast, situated on the River Blackwater, on the road from Armagh to Dungannon. It was designed, in the year 1764, by the late Earl of Charlemont, the proprietor, after the plan of Marengo, in Italy. Two quays on the river were erected by the Charlemont family, with extensive stores; and the Blackwater being navigable from Lough Neagh for lighters of sixty tons burthen, an immediate communication is formed with Belfast and Newry by the Lagan and Newry Canals, and with Lough Erne by the Ulster Canal. There is a Court house and News room. Petty Sessions are held every Monday fortnight. A constabulary barrack adjoins the market place. In the immediate neighbourhood are several extensive linen manufactories. The Church is in the early English style, with a handsome square tower. There are places of worship for Presbyterians, Independents, Wesleyan and Primitive Methodists, and Roman Catholics. On an adjacent hill is Roxborough House, the beautiful residence of Lord Charlemont, originally commenced in 1774, by his uncle, the Hon. Francis Caulfield. On the first Friday of every month is held one of the best attended horse fairs in the North of Ireland. Population in 1861, 873.

          Charlemont, a market town in County Armagh, divided from Moy by the Blackwater River, over which is a neat stone bridge of five arches, built about 1706, and rebuilt in 1858 by the two counties, Tyrone and Armagh. It is a perfect model in style and architecture, and adds considerably to the two towns it unites together, as well as to the magnificent entrance of the Earl of Charlemont, which it immediately adjoins. The castle was built in 1602. The militia staff occupy a portion of the buildings - J. S. Wright, captain and adjutant. The town participates with Moy in the linen manufacture. A new church was erected in 1833, on ground given by Lord Charlemont. It is a handsome structure, resembling in front one of the grand altars of York Minster. The celebrated and pious John Wesley frequently preached in Charlemont, and occasionally in the fort.

Post-Office, Charlemont Square, Moy - Joseph Patterson, postmaster. Letters from Dublin, the South of Ireland, England and Scotland, arrive every morning at 1-30, and mid-day at 1, and are despatched noon 12, and night 11. Cross post despatched at 8-30 a.m.
Constabulary Station, Charlemont Square, Moy - Head constable Irvine
Constabulary Station, Charlemont - Constable Dunn

Places of Worship

Episcopal Church, Moy - Rev. H. B, Carter, curate
Episcopal Church, Charlemont - Rev. L. Heron, curate
Presbyterian Church, Moy - Rev. Thomas Johnston
Independent Chapel, Moy - Rev. D. Fletcher
Primitive Methodist Chapel, Moy - Ministers, various
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Moy - Ministers, various
Roman Catholic Chapel, Moy - Rev. M. Coyne, P.P.; Rev. M. Bradley, curate

Public Institutions

Charcoal Manufactory, Maghery - Francis Dubourdieu, C.E., Innismore Cottage
News Room, Charlemont Square - James Sloan, treasurer
Church National School, Moy - M. Parks, teacher
Church Education Parochial School - William Stewart, teacher, Charlemont
Church Infant School, Charlemont Square - Miss Kimmitt, mistress
Chapel National School, Benburb Street - P. O'Hagan, teacher
Young Ladies' School - The Misses Smart, teachers

Nobility and Gentry

Bond, Walter M., J.P., Argory
Brush, Richard, Benburb House
Charlemont, Earl of, Roxborough
Eyre, John, J.P., Moydown
Goodlatte, D. R., Salem Lodge
Greer, Miss, Charlemont Square
Hamilton, Thomas, J.P., Grange Park
Harper, Thomas H., Gorestown
Lloyd, Jackson, Brookfield
Lloyd, Richard, Tannamore
Molesworth, Mrs., Harriet
McCreight, A. W., The Grange
Rawlings, Miss, Moy
Richardson, James G., Trew Cottage
Verner, Sir William, M.P., Churchhill
Verner, William, J.P., Churchhill
Wright, J. S., captain and adjutant, Charlemont
Young, William, J.P., Churchhill

Clergy and Professional

Bradley, Rev. M., C.C.
Carter, Rev. M., C.C.
Coyne, Rev. Michael
Disney, Rev. James, Killyman Glebe
Dubourdieu, Francis, C.E., Innismore Cottage, Maghery
Heron, Rev. L., Charlemont
Johnston, Rev. Thomas
King, James, surgeon
Montgomery, Rev. Jas., Benburb
Moore, J. H., M.D.
Stevenson, Rev. Joseph, Clonfeacle Glebe

Traders &c.

Alderdice, David, grocer, haberdasher &c., Charlemont
Aken, Jackson, spirit dealer
Barclay, James, spirit dealer, Charlemont Square
Barcroft, William James
Barry, Robert, grocer, haberdasher, corn merchant, Charlemont Street
Blevins, Thomas, spirit dealer, Charlemont
Brown, Joseph, tailor, Killyman Street
Burns, Dr., druggist, Charlemont
Byers, Jackson, Charlemont
Carlisle, James, carpenter, Charlemont Square
Carlisle, Samuel, spirit dealer, Dungannon Street
Carson, Robert, boot and shoe maker and letter carrier, Dungannon Street
Clarke, Robert, grocer, linen merchant, Charlemont
Corrigan, Robert, linen manufacturer, Annamoy
Corrigan, Samuel, linen manufacturer, Fairlawn
Cross, Samuel, linen manufacturer, Killyman
Coucer, Adam, linen manufacturer, Laurelvale
Daly, Bernard, spirit dealer, Dungannon Street
Davidson, Ann, straw bonnet maker, Benburb Street
Dickson, George, Charlemont
Dilley, John, spirit and provision store

Dobson, John, grocer and chandler, Killyman Street
Ferguson, Joseph, saddler, Charlemont Street
Forrest, Miss, Hotel, Charlemont Square
Gray, G. M., pawn broker, Charlemont Square
Grimason, Thomas, tailor, Charlemont
Hall, James, spirit store and agent for News Letter
Hazelton, Dawson, linen manufacturer, Killyman
Heather, John, jun., Clerk of Petty Sessions, Charlemont
Henry, James, blacksmith, Charlemont
Hobson, Elizabeth, toy shop, Charlemont Square
Hobson, Susanna H., haberdasher, &c., Killyman Street
Hughes, Cecilia, grocer, Charlemont
Hughes, James, builder, Charlemont Street
Hughes, Neill, tailor, Charlemont Street
Hughes, Peter, builder, Charlemont
Johnston, Margaret, ironmonger, grocer, linen and woollen draper, Killyman Street
Kelly, John, spirit dealer, Charlemont Street
Kerr, John, grocery and tin warehouse, Charlemont
Kidd, Mrs. Jane, haberdasher, milliner, and dressmaker, Charlemont Street
Kilpatrick, William, mason, Charlemont
Lavery, Marriott, boot and shoe maker, Charlemont Square
Lowry, Jane, grocer, Charlemont
Lutton, Joshua, spirit dealer and horse dealer, Charlemont Square
Mackey, James, Charlemont
Menagh, Simon, boot and shoe maker, Charlemont Square
Menagh, J, crane master and sexton of Church, Killyman Street
Mills, John, spirit dealer, Charlemont Street
Mooney, Thomas B., shoe maker, Charlemont
Moore, Wm., book seller and shoe maker, Charlemont
Moreland, James, Charlemont
Murphy, John, butcher, Killyman Street
McAnespy, Owen, spirit dealer, Charlemont
McCall, James, tailor, Charlemont
McClinton, Samuel, linen manufacturer, linen and woollen draper, grocer, Charlemont Street
McDowell, William, grocer and tin warehouse, Killyman Street
McGerr, John, spirit dealer, Charlemont Street
McKell, Samuel, leather seller, baker and grocer, Charlemont Street
McKell, Thomas, grocer, baker and chandler, Dungannon Street
McKenna, Francis, carpenter, Killyman Street
McKenna, James, rag store, Charlemont
McKeown, Joseph, spirit dealer, Charlemont Square
McKeown, William, corn merchant, Dungannon Street
McKinnely, John, boot and shoe maker, Charlemont Street
McMullin, John, blacksmith, Charlemont
McNeice, Felix, linen manufacturer, Listamnet
McNeice, Thomas, carpenter, Killyman Street
O'Neill, Daniel, turner, spirit dealer and grocer, Killyman Street
O'Neill, Felix, linen manufacturer, Killyman
Patterson, Joseph, baker, grocer, postmaster, linen yarn merchant, woollen draper, &c., Charlemont Square
Quinn, John, blacksmith, Charlemont Square
Reid, Mary, haberdasher, Charlemont Square
Robinson, Richard, linen manufacturer, Killyman Street
Rolston, Brown, linen manufacturer, Aughinlig
Sheils, John, boot and shoe maker, Charlemont Square
Sheppard, John, reed maker, Charlemont Square
Sloan, James, grocer, linen yarn and woollen draper, ironmonger and ship owner, Charlemont Street
Tinneson, ?, nailer, Charlemont
Toal, Henry, grocer, Killyman Street
Tole, Henry, nailer and whitesmith, Killyman Street
Tomney, J., spirit dealer, Killyman Street
Venables, Mrs., dress maker, Charlemont Street
Warburton, P., spirit dealer, Charlemont
Watson, Richard, wood turner, Killyman Street
Waugh, Mrs., grocer, Charlemont Street
Weir, Armour, boot and shoe maker, Brick Row
Weir, Edward, confectioner, Charlemont
Wright, John, reed maker, Dungannon Street
Young, Francis, grocer, Charlemont


     To Dublin, the royal mail, from Dungannon every evening, at 9-50, returning at 2-40. Railway open from Portadown to Dungannon, stopping at Trew station - Moy being two miles from the latter, at which station a car from the Hotel, Moy, attends the trains to accommodate passengers travelling to and from Moy.
     The Canal Company have ceased carrying goods.

  > In the foregoing list, Charlemont is printed after the names of its residents; the remainder all belong to Moy. Charlemont Square and Charlemont Street are in Moy.

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