irish almanac 1876.

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irish almanac 1876.
THOM'S
IRISH
ALMANAC
AND
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
OF THE
UNITED
KINGDOM OF GREAT
BRITAIN
AND
IRELAND,
FOR T H E YEAR
1876.
COMPRISING
BRITISH, FOREIGN, AND COLONIAL DIRECTORIES.
PARLIAMENTARY DIRECTORY.
PEERAGE, BARONETAGE, AND K N I G H T A G E DIRECTORY.
NAVAL AND MILITARY DIRECTORY.
STATISTICS OF G R E A T BRITAIN AND IRELAND.
G O V E R N M E N T OFFICES' DIRECTORY.
UNIVERSITY, SCIENTIFIC, AND MEDICAL DIRECTORY.
LAW DIRECTORY.
ECCLESIASTICAL DIRECTORY.
BANKING DIRECTORY. POSTAL DIRECTORY.
COUNTY AND BOROUGH DIRECTORY.
LIEUTENANCY AND MAGISTRACY OF IRELAND.
POST OFFICE DUBLIN C O U N T Y AND CITY DIRECTORY,
W I T H A NEW ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP OF DUBLIN AND ITS ENVIRONS.
f jjirfn-tljirfo Quintal fublttatioiL
DUBLIN:
ALEXANDER
THOM, PRINTER
AND
PUBLISHER.
LONGMANS & CO,, AND SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, & CO., LONDON.
ADAM AND CHARLES BLACK, EDINBURGH.
MDCCCLXXVL
Price Twenty Shillings.
CL0NDALK1N—CLONSKEAGHi
1483
Mayers, P. builder, Ballyfermot house
.\kickey, John, Mr. Orchard lodge
Malone, Richd. engraver, Ord. Survey Murray, Luke, vint. Ballyfermotbrdg.
Spring, Henry Richard, esq. JohnsMetropolitan Police Station
town house
Teat, Benj. woollen manufacturer
Smith, Mrs* Ash view
Stewart Institution for Lunatics, PalBib ernia-terrace.
inerstown house
NORTH SIDE.
Willcocks, Captain, St. Laurence
CliapeUzod.
1 Collier, Mrs.
2 Stuhbs, George, clerk of works
Ballyfermot.
3 M'Kay, Mr. Donald, Ord. Survey
SOUTH S I D E .
4 Gaughran, Mrs.
P. of Ballyfermot.— Uppercross B„ 5 Havelin, John, Ordnance Survey
Blanchfield, Mr. John
Coughlan, T. esq. Whiteeross
Xnockmaroon-hill.
Flood, Mr. Michael, Stone house, and
P. of CastUknock.—CasileknockB.
Fox-and-Geese
Burns, Gilbert, esq. Knockmaroon
M'Donald, Edward, grazier
M'Donnell, Mrs, Anne
lodge,
965.
Crean, John Austin, esq. Gdehville
Crowley, Patrick, vintner
Dunphy, Michael, carpenter
Ferrier, Alex.esq.Knockmaroon, 961.
Gibney, John,vintner, Strawberry beds
Glorney, George, flour and rice miller,
Mardyke mills
Macken, Mr. James
NeiU, Robert, woollen factory
Peat, Benj. woollen manufacturer
Pressly, D. Knockmaroon cottage
Road from Knockmaroonbill to the Red Mills.
P . of CastUknock,—Castltknock B.
BED M I L L S .
M'Cormick, Mr. Joseph
Peat, Benjn. woollen manufacturer
CLOGHRAN HUDDART—see FINGLAS.
CLONDALKIN.
CLONDALKIN, an inland parish and village, partly in Newcastle, but chiefly in tfppercross barony, Dublin
1 1!
- n, comprising an area of 4,777 acres, of which 44- are in the village. Population,
""1 houses. I t is situated near the ninth lock of the Grand Canal, and close to
Western Railway, of which it is the first station from Dublin. I t was ancientl v
nanied Cluain-Dolcan, and by the Danes Dun-awley. The village consists chiefly of one irregular street, of small
but neatly built houses and cottages. Ths only public buildings are the Parish Church, a small plain modern
building, and a neat Roman Catholic Church. It has Almshouses for destitute widows, a Dorcas Institution,
Lying-in Hospital, and Dispensary, a Parochial and two National Schools, and a Constabulary Police Station.
The ancient round tower is the nearest structure of the kind to the metropolis, and is in good preservation. I t
stands 100 feet high, and is 15 feet in diameter, covered with a conical roof of stone.
Caldbeck, William, esq. n.L. Movie Purie, Mrs. Neilstown
Martin, Thomas F . esq. Collinstown
Dynon, Mrs. Drimna lodge
Park
house
Farran, Joseph, farmer, Robin Hood Mathews, C. esq. Cappagh house
Camnack house—vacant
CLONDALKIN CHURCH—Rev. Winslow Finlay, Rev. John W, j . p . Corkagh
Mullins, J. W. esq. Newlands
Fishbourne, Jos. esq. Cheeverstown
Berry, rector, Glebe-house
M'Intire, Robert, esq. Cloverhill
CLONDALKIN ROHANCATHOLTC CHAPEL Fitzgibbon, Gerald, esq. Master in Solan, Edward, esq. Killeen
—Rev. John Moore, P.P. ; Rev.
Chancery, Larkfield
Nolan, Messrs. paper mills, Killeen
Fitzgibbon, Henry, M.D.
P. Duffy.c.c.
Pierce, Mr. W. Redcow
Wondalkin Monastery—Rev. A. Colgan, Flood, Messrs. brick & lime manufac- Poe, Captain, Orchard house
turers «fc farmers, Fox «fc Geese
chaplain; Thos. B. Fahy, superior
POST OFFICE—Mrs. Eliza Hegarty,
ClondalkinDispensary—Geo. S. Burn- Fowler, Peter, esq. Raheen house
postmistress
side, L.H. c.s.i. L. A. medical officer Gerraghty, Mrs. liockfield
Powell, Captain, Floraville
Convent Presentation — Superioress, Goodwin, Mrs. H. W, Towerville
RAILWAY STATION — J a m e s Doyle,
Gorman, Mr. Patrick, Elleniield
Mrs. Brett
stationmaster
Grierson, Philip, esq. Kilcarbery
Cummins, Mrs. Newlands
Reade, Mrs. St. Ronan's
Connelly, Richard, tavern keeper, 9th Hughes, Mrs. Jane, farmer, Danes-Roe, Thomas, esq. Nangor
lock, Grand Canal
rath
Roper, Thomas, esq. J . P . Movie park
fowling, Bridget, farmer
Keating, J. esq. Clonburris house
Rorke, Laurence B. esq. Knockmittert
fowling,William, brick manufacturer Kennedy, Dr. Evory, j . p . Belgard, Smith, Philip, Bettyfort
^oyle, Denis, esq. Miltown
3C4L 10s. I West, Miss, Gallinstown
D
°yle, J . esq. St. Mark's
Long, Thomas, esq. "Wheatfield
i Whitton, W. esq. Cappaghmore
CLOJN'SILLA—see CASTLEKNOCK.
CLOtfSKEAGH (PEMBROKE TOWNSHIP).
t / ° a S K E A G H ' a v ^ a » e * n t n e P a r i s ^ °f St. Mary's, Donnybrook, barony and county of Dublin, three miles S. from
e General Post Office, Dublin, comprising an area of 68 acres. There is a male and female National school.
ovulation, 310, inhabiting 54 houses. I t is situated on the river Dodder, and on the road to Enniskerrr"
t contains two hammer-smith iron works. The neighbourhood is studded with gentlemen's seats and neat
lag. \ crgemount is a pretty range of houses close to the village. Roebuck, a district half a mile further 0I1?
s covered with elegant mansions and demesnes, the principal of which is the castle of that name, the seat of
• P. YY estby, esq. Milltorcn is less than half a mile to the right of Glonskeagb, in the parish of Milltown,
-ppercross barony, and comprises an area of 185 acres. Population 863, inhabiting 132 houses. The
lurch of St. Philip, which has recently been erected, is situate at Temple-road, Ratlmiines, adjoining t h «
iiiltowii railway station. There is a small Roman Catholic Church. The Parish Church is situate a * Si
5 2 i ^ i m i ? o n s c o u r t , Donnybrook. Tlie tram-cars ply to Donnvbrook from Nelson's pillar daiiv. There u-1
three deliveries of letters daily from the Post office at Milltown.
*
KINGSTOWN—LUCAN.
11 Sexton, T h o m a s , r o a d c o n t r a c t o r ,
13/. 55.
Doyle, P a t r i c k , b u i l d e r , & c .
12/.
Morris, William, pilot,
151. 10s.
Doyle, Michael, b o a t b u i l d e r , 121.
Cooper, Mr. J .
31, 15s.
Chesnaye, M r s ,
35/. 105.
Finlay, George, esq.
351. 10s.
and 20 T h e Bird's Nest I n s t i t u t i o n Mrs. O'Neill, m a t r o n
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—Rev. S . J .
Hanson—Service, 12, noon, a n d 7,
P.M.
Hobinson, Henry^ e s q .
44/.
Crowe, M r s .
321.
Porter, M r s .
32/.
Nason, D r . J . W . W .
321.
Sankey, M r s .
321.
Brush, Miss M.
321.
ITribbs, P e t e r , esq.
321.
Phibbs, C h a r l e s , solicitor
Lynch, Rev. J o h n , M . A . S t . J o h n ' s
vhurch,
44/.
, Jackson, Miss, P a i r y l a n d
, Batemaa, M r s .
) Bagnall, Miss,
J Vacant,
9\l.
2 Parker, M r s . S u m m e r v i l l e ,
37/.
3 Kinvan, Michael, e s q .
17/.
1521
34 Y a c a n t ,
25/. ; 57 Bond, J o s e p h , esq. Alfred l d g . 20/.
35 M a n s o , Mrs. Tivoli h a l l ,
48/. \ 58 Covington, M r . J o h n ,
20/.
36 Miley, Mrs.
221. | 59 Ring, J o h n , p l u m b e r ,
2CJ.
37 P e a c o c k , M r s .
2 5 / . 10s. I 60 B l a c k m o r e , M r s .
20/.
38 Donovan, W. F . esq.
311. 61 M o n k s , Dr. V a l e t t a lodge, 321. 10*.
39 a n d 40 Bowles, R o b t . esq. Airbill, ! 62 Cantillon, M r s .
15/.
36/. 10*., 33/. 105. 63 Mitchell, F r a n c i s , b u i l d e r , 13/. 10s.
41 Kingstown Protestant Mall,
2 61. 65 B r u s y , Mr. J a m e s ,
15/. 5».
42 V a c a n t — R o s e v i l l e ,
40/. j 66 Bell, Mr. J o h n , P.O.
15/. 5*.
43 Nelson, Mr. J a m e s ,
13/. 55. ! 67 Clancy, W m . g r e e n g r o c e r ,
14/.
44 B a r r e t t , J a m e s , g a r d e n e r , 10/. 10s. 68 K e e g a n , Michael, l o c k s m i t h , 41. IQs.
45 Ffolliott, M r s .
16/. 15a. 69 a n d 70 Coekbui(n, William, h o u s e
46 S u t t o n , S a m u e l , d a i r y ,
l i t . 5s.
painter,
37/. 10s.
47 M'Auley, M r s .
22/. 72 G a t c h e l l & Co. family g r o c e r s a n d
48 Woodroofe, C h a s . s u r g e o n n i a j . 22/
wine merchants,
33!. 10*.
49 F l e m i n g , J a m e s , esq.
22/. 73 M u r p h y , H e n r y , grocer,
32/.
50 Leggett, Mrs.
2S/. 15s. 74 Neil, Peter, b l a c k s m i t h
51 S m y t h , Miss,
28/. 15a. 75 <fc 76 Slevin, P a t r i c k , I t a l i a n w a r e 52 Campbell, J o h n , esq.
28/. 155.
house,
4 5 / . 10,%
53 Reid, W a l t e r , surgeon,
28/. 155,
Reid, J , C.esq. <fc 29 Bachelor's-walk
54 Moore, The Misses,
32/.
York-terrace.
55 Low, M r s .
37/.
22/. 105.
56 Doyue, Miss,
37/. 1 Mitchell, The Misses,
16/. 155.
oQ^ S p a r k s , F r e d e r i c k N . esq. W a k e - 2 M'DonneU, Mrs.
3 C a r t e r , Mr. J a m e s ,
16/, 155.
field h o u s e
Kingstown School, Wellington l o d g e — 4 G o r m a n , P a t r i c k , i n s p e c t o r , m e t r o p o l i t a n police,
161. 15a.
R e v . J . W, C h a m b e r s , M . A . h e a d
master
5 G l y n n , Mrs. ladies* school, 16/. 15».
LOUGHLINSTOWN—See also
BALLYBRACK.
LOUGHLINSTOWN, a small village, partly in Killiney and Rathmichael parishes, Rathdown barony, D u b l i n
county, <)i m i l e s S . S E . from D u b l i n , c o n t a i n i n g a few s t r a g g l i n g h o u s e s a n d cabins, to t h e left of w h i c h
is Ijoughiinstown H o u s e , t h e residence of H e n r y W e s t , esq. Q c. O n crossing L o u g h l i n s t o w n g r e e n , t o t h e
r
Jght, on t h e b r o w of t h e h i l l , s t a n d s t h e R a t h d o w n U n i o n W o r k h o u s e , very p r e t t i l y a n d m o s t s a l u b r i o u s l y
situated on a s i t e of e i g h t acres, erected in l u l l a t a n e x p e n s e of £ 6 , 0 0 0 . T h e village of L o u g h l i n s t o w n f o r m s
part of the T o w n s h i p of K i l l i n e v and B a l l y b r a c k .
Butler, Mrs. g r o c e r
Farrell, P a t r i c k , c a r o w n e r
Geale, Edward, esq. Beech grove, 65/.
Gorman, P a t r i c k , provision d e a l e r
Stanley, Miss M. g r o c e r
" est, Henry, e s q . Q.c. L o u g h l i n s t o w n
house
Sliangranagli.
For remainder of Shanganagh,
see Bray.
Armstrong, George, e s q . — F l o r e n c e
ville
B
°yd, Samuel, e s q . j . p . S h a n g a n a g h
h
°use,
I57t. HiS.
Caldbeck, T h o m a s F . e s q . E a t o n
Brae
Carter, Mrs. S h a n g a n a g h c a s t l e
Cullen, Miss, Millhouse
f
Sliankill.
De M o n t m o r e n c y , H o n . F r a n c i s R. For remainder of Shirnkill, see Bray.
Wilmont
\ B u r t o n , Rev. E . W. c a n o n of S t .
F a l k n e r , Henry, esq. H o m e
P a t r i c k ' s , T h e Glebe,
15/,
H e m p h i l l , C h a r l e s , esq. Q.C. Clifton Collum, Capt. Wm. C h e r r y wood, 108/.
lodge
jDix, H e n r y T. esq. F e r n d a l e , 30/. 15 3 ,
H u m p h r i e s , W a l t e r , M.D. Mona
j Dodwell.J.Crofton,esq.Shankillho.90J
J o h n s t o n , Mrs. P a r c - n a - g r i e r
| D u B e d a t , Peter, e s q . Lordello
Keily, J o h n , esq. Clarebeg
G r e h a n , Mr. T h o m a s , Mullinastill
Middleton, A. H. esq. A t h g o e p a r k
Haffield, Thomas, esq. S y l v a n m o u n t .
Morris, J o h n D e B u r g h , esq. N e w Houghton, J o h n T. esq. B a U y b r i d e
Brighton
K i r k e , J . esq. T h e Cottage
P a t t i s o n , H e n r y , esq. D r u i d lodge, O'Donnell, Mathew, esq. Q.C. Rosen-.
52/. 1
d a e l , and 36 Mountjoy-square
R o b i n s o n , A r c h i b a l d , esq. L l a n m o r e Orpen, J . esq. E m e r a l d ,
372.
house
i R i a l l , Capt. B . X . C b a n t i l l y , 118/. IO5.
S h e r r a r d , Mrs. W i l m o n t ,
54/. R a t h b o r n e , William, esq.
S i m m o n d s , E . esq. J . P . Cromlech
i S e a r i g h t , Graves E . esq. Springfield
Sullivan, C a p t a i n , K . N . Airbill, 52/. 55. |
43^ IQ*.
LUCAN.
- &±W, an i n l a n d t o w n a n d p a r i s h in N e w c a s t l e b a r o n y , D u b l in
i n c o u n t y , seven m i l e s W . from D u b l i n , c o m p r i s i n g
a rea
, 1 ° f *** 2 ^ acres. P o p u l a t i o n , 5 2 3 . I t is p a r t l v t h e p r o p e r t y of t h e C o l t h u r s t V e s e y family, a n d
y the p r o p e r t y 0 f t h e r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s of t h e l a t e jJ . . (Gan
i a n d o n , esq.
T h e t o w n is p r e t t i l y s i t u a t e d i n a
e o n t le
( s o u t h b a n k of t h e R i v e r JLiffey, w h i c h is here crossed b y a s t o n e b r i d g e of o n e a r c h , a n d
nsl„t
f '
sitor-S
v1& W - i t l e a n S u l a r s t r e e f c of s m a l l b u t neat h o u s e s and cottages, most of which a r e let i n s u m m e r t o
w n
^ i v a l i d s . I t s p u b l i c buildings a r e , t h e P a r i s h C h u r c h , a neat" s t r u c t u r e w i t h a t o w e r a n d s p i r e , a l a r g e
r
an
)isr.
C a t h o l i c C h u r c h , a Sisters of Mercy Convent, a n d a W e s l e y a n M e t h o d i s t C h u r c h . I t h a s
• , ^ e t i s a r y , a L e n d i n g L i b r a r y , C h u r c h , a n d N a t i o n a l Schools. I t is a Chief C o n s t a b u l a r y P o l i c e S t a t i o n ,
b e s s i o n s ai
jch-i
' « h e { d e v e r y a l t e r n a t e T u e s d a y . I n t h e g r o u n d s of W e s t o n P a r k is t h e ' w e l l - k n o w n and'
er w l ^ k 6 ^
waterfall, called t h e S a l m o n L e a p ; 'which consists of a succession of rocky ledges on t h e L i l l e v ,
JreasetJh 1! * ^ a i t ** ° n e * >oun '** ** ^ o r m s a beautiful cascade, t h e p i c t u r e s q u e effect of which is g r e a t l y
ixlin f'. ^1
" ^ a i l ( * ^ ° ^ ' w o o ^ e ( ^ b a n k s of t h e r i v e r , a n d tthhee aadjoining
d j o i n i n g tastefully e m b e l l i s h e d d e m e s n e of
AOISTR A T ES A T T E N D I N G P E T T T SRSSIONS, every alternate Ttoacfcy—Lord A n n a l v ; Charles C o l t h n r ft Vc«
• ---Jey, C sq. j j . - j i n g o d i e y , es* t .; C a p t a i n G. I l u b i u i d , and William Moran, esq. Cferjb- M . J u s
96
»'l '
1522
COUNTY DUBLIN DIRECTORY.
Rjrinsford, Mrs. T h e Mall
A n n a l y , Right TTon. Lord, W o o d l a n d s H i l l , J a m e s , w o r s t e d factory
R o b l a s t r e , Miss. Lucan
H u b a n d , G. esq. C a n n o n b r o o k
Bftrr, Mr. Andrew, A h a d e r r i g g
Rooney, M r . R i c h a r d , G r a n g e
I H u n t , Rev. J . e . c .
lUtrr, W. esq. Finstovm
! J a c k . Henry, agricultural mechanist hourke, E d w a r d , farmer
B e a r d , T h e Misses
Boyol
Ii"ish Constabulary
Station —
I Keeffe, Mr. H u g h
BeUaney, David, esq. E s k e r h o u s e
A. M-Cielland, esq. sab-inspector
B e n n e t t , M r . J o h n , Ballyowen c a s t l e I Keogh, Mr. J o h n Somei ton
B e n s o n , Rev. Charles, T h e V i c a r a g e Kenny, Miss F i t z G e r a l d , H e r m i t a g e Scott, Lieut.-Colonel IT. B . Woodville
S h a c k l e t o n , J o s e p h , Anna Lifjey aud
park
Bossi, The Misses
Grange mills
I L e o n a r d , Mr. P a t r i c k
B o u r k e , M r . P a t r i c k , Coldrinagh
LUCAN CHURCH — R e v . C h a s . Benson, Sherlock, T h o m a s , g e n e r a l dealer
B r e n n a n , J . esq. Allenswood
Smith. M r . W. Dodsboroujrh
incumbent
B u c k l e y , M r . George, T u b b e r c o t t a g e
L U C A N R. C A T H O L I C C I I F R C H — R e v . S m i t h , M r . William, Glen wood
B u c k l e y , R o b e r t , grocer
S t a n f o r d . J . W . esq. c.E. Ounavarra
J. Hunt
Buckley, Washington, auctioneer
Stewart Institution
for Imbeciles, Spa
JLumsden, M r s . T h e Mall
Casey, Mr. P e t e r , E s k e r
Asylum — office, 40 MolesworthLynch, Mr. E d w a r d , Springfield
Casey, M r s . Mary, E s k e r
s t r e e t , B u b l i n — D r . P i m , medical
C l a r k e , William F . esq. C . E . E s k e r M'Evoy, B r y a n , v i n t n e r
superintendent
I Magee, P a t r i c k , v i n t n e r
house
T a n d y , M r . Michael
Colclough, T h o s . esq. F i n s t o w n h o u s e M a n n i n g , Mr. S a m u e l , Springfield
Tandy, Mrs. Annadale cottage
Masterson, M r s . Ballyowen
Coley, M r s . E . victualler
Teeling, M r s . g r o c e r
Colley, H e n r y F . esq. J . P . L u e a n lodge Mooney, Mr. T h o m a s , Twelfth lock
Moore, Campbell, esq. Ballyowen cot. T h o r n b u r y , William, builder
Collins, Miss C. Crescent
Tindall, T h e Misses, grocers
Convent (Presentation)—Mrs.
K e n n e d y , Moore, Mr. George, Ballydowd
M o r a n , W. esq. J . P . St. E d m o n d s b u r v T o w n s e n d , Rev. H. Rectory, Esker
Superioress
Van H o m r i g h , C a p t a i n , T h e Mall
Mullins,
R
o
b
e
r
t
F
o
r
s
t
e
r
,
esq.
L
L
.
D
.
Cromer, J. painter and decorator
Yeseg Arms i n n — M r . Michael Tracey,
D . C . L . b a r r i s t e r , P r i m r o s e hill
C u n n i n g h a m , Mr. J o h n , Ballyowen
proprietor
M u r r a y , Michael, esq. B a l g a d d y
D a v i s , T h o m a s , Lucan Arms h o t e l
National
School—Tlios.Lelany,master Yesey, C h a r l e s Colthurst, esq. J.P.
B e m p s e y , B e r n a r d , vintner
D . L . Lieut.-Colonel County Lublin
dispensary— Albert E . W a t s o n , esq. N o r m a n , Rev. H u g h , Griffin lodge
Militia, L u c a n h o u s e
P a l m e r , W. e s q .
m e d i c a l officer
Vicary,
Mis.
Parochial
School—J.
O'Carolan,
m
a
s
t
.
Dowd, T h o m a s , provision d e a l e r
W a l l a c e , Mr. J .
E d m u n d s o n , Mr. Alex. St. C a t h e r i n e ' s P h e l a n , P a t r i c k , L a u r e l lodge
Phillips, Mr. W i l l i a m , F i n s t o w n cot. W a t s o n , D r . Albert, dispensary
park
W E S L E T A N M E T H O D I S T CHORCH—Rev.
F i t z O e r a l d , Mr F r a n c i s . S t . H e l e n ' s Phillips, Mr. J o s e p h
G. M ' M i l l a n a n d Rev. R o b o t
P O S T O F F I C E — M r . J a m e s Gibson
Geoghegan, Mrs. Crescent
Jameson
Gibson, J a m e s , p o s t m a s t e r , a n d clerk P r o c t o r , Mr. S. T h e Mall
hill Wills, J o h n , e s q . Willsbrook
of petty sessions
i Quigley, J a m e s , e s q . L u c a n
cottage
Wills, M r s . Willsbrook
Gibson, R o b e r t , esq. Allenswood
Railway
Station, M. G. W. R . — J o h n W i n t h o r p , W m . l a n d steward, Lucan
Goouall, Mr. E d w a r d , V i e w m o u n t
Keogh, a g e n t
house
G r a h a m , Mr. William, H i l l s b o r o u g h
Raihcay
Station,
G . S . W . R . — Mr. Young, J o h n , l a n d surveyor
G r e e n , Mrs. Grange
Brennan, agent
H a l l , Mrs. T h e Mall
LUSK— See
RUSH.
MALAHIDE.
M A L A H I B E , a m a r i t i m e t o w n a n d parish in Coolock b a r o n y , D u b l i n c o u n t y , n i n e m i l e s N . from D u b l i n , comp r i s i n g a n a r e a of 1,126 a c r e s .
P o p u l a t i o n , 653. T h e t o w n is s i t u a t e d on a n a r r o w i n l e t of t h e sea, and on
t h e D r o g h e d a r a i h v a y , of w h i c h it forms t h e fourth s t a t i o n from D u b l i n . T h e C a s t l e is a large square bundi n g , flanked by lofty c i r c u l a r t o w e r s , a n d s t a n d s o n a h i g h l i m e s t o n e r o c k , c o m m a n d i n g a line view of the
t o w n and hay.
Of t h e o r i g i n a l C a s t l e little r e m a i n s b u t t h e site, a n d t h a t h a s b e e n greatly enlarged and
i m p r o v e d by t h e p r e s e n t L o r d T a l b o t de M a i a h i d e ; t h e principal front is e m b a t t l e d , a n d t h e m a i n entrance,
w h i c h is u n d e r a splendid G o t h i c p o r c h , is defended b y t w o circular t o w e r s . T h e g r a n d h a l l is rooted with
r i c h l y - c a r v e d ancient I r i s h o a k , l i g h t e d by t h r e e large w i n d o w s , w i t h a gallery a t t h e e n d .
A m o n g the many
s p l e n d i d a p a r t m e n t s t h e C a s t l e c o n t a i n s , t h e most curious is t h a t called t h e " " oak c h a m b e r , ' 1 ceiled a n d wainscottd
w i t h richly-carved o a k , i n c o m p a r t m e n t s , c o n t a i n i n g s c r i p t u r a l devices, a n d l i g h t e d w i t h a p o i n t e d window o
s t a i n e d glass. I n t h e d r a w i n g - r o o m , a m o n g other v a l u a b l e p a i n t i n g s , t h e r e is a s m a l l a l t a r - p i e c e painted by
A l b e r t D u r e r , said to h a v e b e e n originally in t h e o r a t o r y of M a r y Q u e e n of S c o t s , a t H o l y r o o d H o u s e . ^ ibjj
d e m e s n e is a d o r n e d w i t h g r o u p s of s t a t e l y t r e e s , a n d t h e g r o u n d s a n d g a r d e n s of t h e C a s t l e a r e beautiiully laj d
o u t . I t is open daily to v i s i t o r s . T h e t o w n c o n t a i n s m a n y h a n d s o m e p r i v a t e r e s i d e n c e s w h i c h a r e permanent')
occupied. T h e only p u b l i c b u i l d i n g s a r e t h e C h u r c h , a n e a t edifice of t h e l a t e r E n g l i s h s t y l e , which h a s recently
b e e n enlarged and restored, a n d a h a n d s o m e R o m a n C a t h o l i c C h u r c h . I t h a s a l a r g e a n d h a n d s o m e Hotel, a
C o n s t a b u l a r y Police and a C o a s t - g u a r d S t a t i o n , a N a t i o n a l S c h o o l , and a P a r o c h i a l C h u r c h of I r e l a n d School,
st there are profitable b e d s of o y s t e r s , t h e p r o p e r t y of t h e L o r d of t h e M a n o r .
AvehboM, Joseph, farmer, R o s s t e r . Uolton, F a r r e l l , p o s t m a s t e r
POST O F F I C E — F a r r e l l Ilolton, post*
A r c h b o l d , J o h n , The D i a m o n d
J a m e s , George, lodging house k e e p e r
master
B y r n e , Mr. J , II. Casino
Radcliffe, Peter, p a i n t e r
and builder
Cahill, Michael, victualler
Railway
Station — Mr. J o h n Atley,
J o h n s o n , C h a r l e s , p r o p r . Royal hotel
Coast-guard Station— Captn. S t r a t f o r d M A L A H I B E C H U R C H —- R -v. R o b e r t
s t a t i o n Blaster
L
T u k e , Commander R . N I
Walsh, A . M . i n c u m b e n t ; Rev. S. Royed h o t e l — George Johnson,
Dispensary— Richard Stanistreet. esq.
Tomlinson, A . B . c u r a t e
prietor
M.o. s u r g . medical a t t e n d a n t
MALAHIDE
R.
C. C H U K C I I — R e v . Royal Irish Constabulary Station—J'^1
P o y l e , Michael, victualler
Thomas K i e r a n . p.p. Swords ; Rev.
A d a m s , c o n s t a b l e in c h a r g e
B ble
D u n n . Mr. Thomas, S e a p a r k
** O'Connor, c . c .
Royal Maiahide Baths—-Mrs.
Gamb
CJaiVney, J . f a n n e r
Maiahide inn—William
Maker, p r o p r .
lessee
Gtafihey, P a t r i c k , f a r m e r
M'Donnell, T h o m a s , b u i l d e r
Seaver, J o s e p h , grocer
G a m b l e , Mrs. lessee of b a t h s
0 ' I I a r a , Daniel, t e a , n i n e , a n d spirit Seavcr, Mary, provision dealer
G a v a n , Miss
m e r c h a n t , Abereorn tavern
Talbot de Maiahide, T h e Right llo« •
Hill, Mary, lodging house, a n d grocer 0 ' I I a r a , i l r s . H a m i l t o n , Hotel h o u s e .
Lord, M a l a h U e cattle
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COUNTY DUBLIN DIRECTORY.
PALMERSTOWN.
P A L M E R S T O W N , o r P A L M E R S T O N , a parish and village i n U p p e r c r o s s b a r o n y , D u b l i n c o u n t y , five miles west from
t h e ( r e n e r a l P o s t Office, D u b l i n , c o m p r i s i n g a n a r e a of 1,518 acres. P o p u l a t i o n of t h e p a r i s h , 1,511. I t is
s i t u a t e d o n t h e r i v e r LiiFey a n d road t o L u c a n , a n d c o n t a i n s large cotton m i l l s , i r o n a n d l e a d w o r k s , a n d oil and
dye-stuft mills. T h e village consists of small h u m b l e d w e l l i n g s , irregularly built, a K o m a n Catholic chapel, and
C o n s t a b u l a r y P o l i c e s t a t i o n . T h e G r e a t S o u t h e r n a n d W e s t e r n line of r a i l w a y passes t h r o u g h t h e parish.
I n t h e vicinity t h e r e a r e s e v e r a l h a n d s o m e seats a n d villas, t h e principal of w h i c h is P a l m e r s t o w n H o u s e , a
seat of t h e E a r l of D o n o u g h m o r e , e r e c t e d by h i s a n c e s t o r , t h e R i g h t H o n . T . H . H u t c h i n s o n , w h e n Secretary
for I r e l a n d . I t i s a spacious m a n s i o n i n an e l e v a t e d s i t u a t i o n , c o m m a n d i n g fine v i e w s . A fair for horses
a n d c a t t l e , well frequented, t a k e s place on 21st A u g u s t .
Alleyne, H . J . esq. J.p. B r o o k l a w n
Close, William, wood t u r n e r
C o r r i g a n , P . W . esq. P a l m e r s t o w n
lodge
Costello, Mr. Michael, Q u a r r y vale
Dillon, Miss, O r c h a r d
Dispensary — Robert
W . Andrew,
m e d i c a l officer
D r u r y , Mrs. Neils town hous»
F a r r e l l , T h o m a s , farmer
Fitzgibbon, Gerald, Q.C. Larkfield
Fitzpatrick, Mr. J a s . Newtown Clark
F i t z p a t r i c k , Miss E . f a r m e r
Godley, J o h n , esq. J . P . F o n t h i l l
Moony, Michael, grocer
Moore, Rev. J o h n , P . P .
Reid, Mrs. N e i l s t o w n cottage
Stewart Institution for
merstown house
S t r a c h a n , Mrs.
Tuily, P a t r i c k , v i n t n e r
Lunatics—Pal-
Clarkeville-terrace.
1 B r o w n , Mr. C h a r l e s ,
111,
Royal Irish Constabulary
Statio7i—Robt. 2 May, R o b e r t , constable R.i.c.
May, c o n s t a b l e i n c h a r g e
3 D u n c a n , Mr. J o h n
11.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHUKCH
PHIBSBOROUGH.
P H I B S B O R O U G H , a n e x t e n s i v e s u b u r b a n d district, p a r t l y i n t h e parish of S t . G e o r g e , h u t chiefly i n that of
G r a n g e g o r m a n , Coolock b a r o n y , D u b l i n city and county, \ \ miles N.Vf. from t h e G e n e r a l P o s t Office, Dublin.
I t is s i t u a t e d partly w i t h i n , a n d p a r t l y w i t h o u t , t h e electoral b o u n d a r y , on t h e r o a d to N a v a n , a l o n g which it
e x t e n d s , a n d on t h e Royal C a n a l a n d N o r t h C i r c u l a r - r o a d . W i t h i n i t s limits is G r a n g e g o r m a n c h u r c h ; also a
R o m a n Catholic church ; t h e Royal M i l i t a r y I n f i r m a r y , t h e C o n s t a b u l a r y P o l i c e B a r r a c k s , a n d Zoological
G a r d e n s , all t h r e e w i t h i n t h e Phoenix P a r k ; t h e C o n v e n t of S t . M a r y , C a b r a , t h e F e m a l e O r p h a n house and
E p i s c o p a l chapel, N o r t h C i r c u l a r - r o a d ; a n d N a t i o n a l schools.
Blackborse-lane.
J R y a n , Mathew, esq. T o l k a p a r k
St.
Mary's
Convent—Mrs.
Maher,
Near the Phoenix Park.
prioress
Kennedy, Michl. Black Horse, vintner
W i c k h a m , R e v . P . M. superior Catholic
K e n n e d y , T h o m a s , land s t e w a r d
I n s t i t u t i o n f o r Deaf a n d D u m b ,
K i n g , T h o s . g a r d e n e r , H a m p t o n lodge
St. J o s e p h ' s
M a u g h a n , Mrs. f a r m e r and p u b l i c a n
Quigley, P a t r i c k , g a r d e n e r
Cabra-Iane.
Reed, F r e d e r i c k , m a r k e t g a r d e n e r
Harding, Riohd. c a t t l e dlr. Villa pk.
R y a n , J a m e s , esq. Elm grove
, , T ,
?
fi,Ji,
j Magee, Mr. J a m e s J . S . Ordnance
B?
0
b
Sherlock, J o h n , esq. Springfield house i
'
Survey,
Anna fill
T u i t e , J o h n , g a r d e n e r , P r i m r o s e cot.
Reide, F r e d e r i c k , m a r k e t g a r d e n e r
Cabra.
Cabra-parade.
26 T r e a c y , Mr. R o b e r t ,
27 Costello, Domiuick, esq.
23 F a l l o n , William, esq.
221. 105.
881. 10s.
23/. 10*.
29 M ' C l i n t o c k . R i e h . esq. G.P.O.2:>/.10*.
30 P e t i t , Christopher, collector, Pemb r o k e Township r a t e s ,
221. 105.
31 F i n l a y , Mrs.
251.
32 A r m s t r o n g , F r e d e r i c k F . esq. obi.
Cabra-place.
Ca bra-road.
1 Molloy, R. esq.
2 Hay den, Francis, esq.
28/.
Cabra-road.
B e r n e , Mrs. Broomfield
1 Dunlop, Rev. A d a m ,
24/. 15*. j
Circular-road.
North
Bramley, Mr. William, C a b r a villa
2 Gavin, Mr. T h o m a s ,
241. 15*. I
p . O-rangegorman.
B u r n s , Mr. T h o m a s , E l m g r o v e h o u s e 3 Burke, T h o m a s , merchant—office, j B a r r e t t , T h o m a s , esq. F e r n m o u n t ,
Byrne, T h o m a s , land s t e w a r d
87 G a r d i n e r - s t r e e t , lower,
22/. j Berfbrd, J a m e s , d a i r y
Crotty, Mrs. H o m e s t e a d
4 Everth, M r s . M a r i a ,
231. C h u r c h w a r d , T . H . esq. Maryvilla
Donnelly, Mr. David, j u n .
5 Tyrrell, Walter, esq.
21/. 10s. J B r e n n a n , Wm. J . m e r c h a n t , Holly villa
Donnelly, J o s e p h , esq. E v e r t o n
6 Rochford, J . consulting mechanical j F o g a r t y , P a t r i c k J o s e p h , esq. WoodDonnelly, Mrs. Mary, Cabra h o u s e
engineer,
2 1 / . 10*.
villa lodge
D o r a n , Edw. esq. C a b r a lodge, 28/. 15*. 7 Colgan, M r s . M a r y A n n e , 21/. 10*.
M'Carthy, Mrs. Gothic lodge
G a h a n , Michael, m a r k e t g a r d e n e r
8 Jennings, Mrs.
2U. 10*. Mulloy, Rev. Coote C. Eglinton
Gilligan, Mr. T h o m a s , C a b r a v i l l a
9 Rooney, P a t k . M. solicitor, 21/. 10*. National Schools—Daniel O'Brien and
Glynn, M r . P . J.O'Connor, P o p l a r lodge 9A Simpson, R o b e r t , esq.
T i m o t h y O'Brien, teachers
H a n n o n , Patrick, vintner
10 Murphy, Mr. J o h n J a m e s ,
2 3 / . St. Peter's Presbytery, Phibsborough —
Healy, H a n n a h , laundress
11 Boylan, Henry, s u r v e y o r
221.
F a t h e r s of t h e Congregation of the
H e a n y , Peter, esq. C a b r a h o u s e
12 L e o n a r d , J o h n , esq.
23/. 10*.
Mission—Very R e v . J a s . Dixon,
Keegan, William
13 Henderson, George, esq.
superior ; Rev. Anthony O'Grady,
22/. 10*.
K e r r , Mrs. S a r a h , Broom lodge
4 Kinsella, F r a n c i s , esq.
Rev. J o h n M'Bride, Rev. Michael
22/. 10*.
M ' D o n a l d , Mr. J o h n , Belleville h o u s e ' 15 O'Sullivan, G e o rgge. . esq. 22/. 10*.
Gleeson, Rev. J o h n Gowan, Be*.
;
M ' M a s t e r , Hodgson, and Co. oil m e r - | l 6 Grandison, H e n r y , esq. O r d n a n c e
N i c h o l a s Barlow, R e v . Michael
c h a n t s , oil mills, Ash town
Cody,
R e v . J a m e s Potter, Re**
23/. 10s.
survey,
Male Ota/and Ihimb Institution, under i 17 Kean, J o h n M. e s q .
J o h n Beggan,
R e v . Michael
221. 10*.
R o c h e , Rev. Michael Cubbins, Rev.
t h e c a r e of the Christian Brothers ! 18 S t u a r t , T h o m a s , esq
22/. 10*.
S t . J o s e p h ' s - R e v . B . P . M. Wick-119 Carson, Mrs. Marv.
23/. 10*.
A n t h o n y Boyle
h a m , superior
20 M'Cabe, Charles F . esq. 23/. 10*. Robinson, W. J . esq. Winton
Metropolitan Police Station — H e n r y 21 Rorke, Miss,
221. 10s. Smith, M r s .
Gowdy, sergeant in charge
22 Bury, P a t r i c k , e s q .
22/. 10*. S t r i c k l a n d , G. F . esq. Winton, 301.
M o r r i s o n , J o h n B . esq. C a b r a villa
23 O'Neal, Mr. T h o m a s ,
22/. 10*.
OTTara, Mrs. Broornbridge h o u s e
„ O'Neill, Mr. H e n r y E .
Cabra-terrace.
O'Keeffe, Mr. J o h n , Cabra villa
24 Shew, Richard, e s q .
22/. 10*. |
North
Circular.road.
P i a t t . Maria, thimble m a k e r , Cabra ,, Moore, Godfrey, m e r c h a n t
P. of G-rangegorman,
28/.
mills
25 Maguire, Miss,
22/. 10*.; 1 C a r t o n , M r s .
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COUNTY DUBLIN DIRECTORY.
S a n 3 ford-road.
Frindiville, G.
24?
Kennedy, H e n r y , esq.
22/.
P. St. Mary, f>onnyl>rook.
Shaw, P r o s s e r , esq.
171.
Pembroke
Township.
C a r m i c h a e l . R e v . F . F . M . A . c h a p l a i n 2 F e r r i s , T h e Misses,
\r,L
Magdalen A s y l u m , Leeson-st. 204. 4 B r e r e t o n , The Misses,
181.
A s h b r o o k — M ' Q u e s t i o n , Geo. Waller, 6 Doyle, Rev. P a t r i c k , c . c .
IS'.
esq.
44/. 8 Coughlin, Mr. J o h n ,
18?.
Brookville—Carleton.And. E . esq. 24/. 10 Eastwood, William S a m l . esq. 22?.
12 H e m p h i l l , Samuel, solicitor,
4<l.
Sallymount-terraee.
14 B y r n e , M r s . J a n e ,
25?.
Township of Pathmines.
14A B y r n e , W. m a r k e t g a r d e n e r
Ctdlen$rvood-rd.—P. St.Mary^ Donnybrk. 16 Dempsey, J a m e s , esq.
301.
1 Bradley, Owen, e s q .
22?. 18 Hanley,*Mrs.
22?.
2 Hallion, M r s .
21? 20 Allen, R i c h a r d , esq.
22?.
3 Du B e d a t , C h a r l e s W. esq.
21/. 22 J o h n s t o n , M r s .
VI.
Wortlmznberland-street.
24 M'Neale, Miss Maria Frances, 22&
S a n d ford.
Of Leeson-street, Upper.—P. St. Peter
26 Martin, M r s . Mary,
25/.
P. St. Peter.
28 Hedgelong, Mr. Charles,
2'A.
Beyond Municipal
Boundary,
Casson,
Georsre
W.
esq.
Belmont
house
30 Aldridge, Mrs.
2}'L
Township of PaAhmines.
T
Casson,
J
o
s
.
W.
esq.
J.p.
Belmount
ho.
32
W
iber,
F
.
i
.
esq.
B
o
a
r
d
of
Works,
28?.
From Ranelagh-road to Pailway
Bridge.
H e a r n , George, esq. Merton
34 C a r l e t o n . Mrs.
28?.
1 F e t h e r s t o n , Alfred, builder,
171. H e a r n , R i e h a i d T h o m a s , A . H . T . C . D .
36 Cooaey, William S. esq. B . A . 28?.
1 A G u n n , W i l l i a m , esq.
38/
L.M. L . B . C . S . I . Merton
38 Lowe, Mrs.
o>l.
2 Burby, J o h n . e s q .
18/. Infant School—Mi±$ Caroline M'Effoe,
40 Russell, M r s .
28i.
3 Donaldson, J a m e s , coal m e r c h t . 221.
mistress
*2 S m i t h , T h o m a s , builder,
251.
4 W y b r a n t s , Mrs.
221. Lawsou, Rev. Ambrose, T h e P a r ,,
W
a
l
k
e
r
,
George,
esq.
5 M : Donnell, M r s .
281
sonage
44 to 52 Building gruufid
Lending Library
54 S h a r p e , Charles, esq.
2&k
O-'NeiU, Louis Gordon, solicitor, Sand- 55 Leslie, A r t h u r MCItdi.md, esq. 20*.
RaneJa^h-arenus.
ford p a r k
58 P a k e n h a m , Miss A n n e ,
17?. 1 <"*' "•
P. St. Peter.
SANDFOBD C H U R C H — R e v . Ambrose 60 A t k i n s , P e r c y C. esq.
17/. 10*.
Lawson, c h a p l a i n
1 M a n n i n g , Miss Charlotte, 10?. 10^.
62 G r a v e s , William, esq.
14?. BK.
hi. C h a m n e y , Henry, esq. G.P.O. !*>/.
2 I formes, Charles Gordon, esq. 17/. Sandford Male School
126 R e d m o n d , Denis, esq. belnn t»t
4 M u r r a y , Mrs.
1-")/. S t e w a r t , Lady, S a n d f o r d lodge
lodge,
3-'?.
5 Elliott, Mr. Daniel,
31/.
L28 Mason, T h o m a s , esq. Woodvi I*-1
0 Nolan, Mr. D a n i e l ,
11/
Sandford-avenue.
7 Yeates, Mr. William,
1U.
lodge,
'-'i ••
B ushji eld-Liven ue.
8 O'Grady, Mr. Michael,
1M.
Arundel, C. M. esq.
13?
,, R u s s e l l , Mi's. J a n e S.
9 Byrne, Myles, m e r c h a n t ,
19/.
Vacant,
13?. 130 A t k i n s o n , R i c h a r d W. e s q
$ | H u n t , Dawson, land agent,
19/.
Boyle, Mrs.
13?.
10 Young, Mr. J o h n ,
143.10*.
Drumm, Thomas, merchant,
13?.
Sandford-terrace.
11 S m y t h , William, esq.
147.10s.
R e d l y , Mr. R i c h a r d ,
12/.
12 Hogan, Mr. T. W .
1U. 10s.
Coates, Mr. J o h n ,
in.
P. St. Peter.
13 J e s s o p , Mrs.
1U. 10s.
Wright, M r . M a t h e w ,
8?. 10s
1 Queale, J o h n W i l l i a m , esq.
46i.
14 V a c a n t ,
14{. 1 0 ^
Heenan, Mrs.
12?. 10s.
I Bickerstaff, M r s .
B«&
15 A r m s t r o n g , Miss,
142. 10s I
Bishop, Mr. J o h n ,
71.10s.
3 I l o g a n , J o h n , esq. <fc 48 York-st. '6\>L
16 B u r k e , Wiiliam, esq.
14J. 10s. I Smith, H e n r y , a c c o u n t a n t , 12?. ]0«.
,, l l o g a n , F r a n c i s B. esq. T . C . O .
17 Rogers, Wr. p . a r t i s t , professor of
Sheriff, Mr. T h o m a s ,
14/. 15s.
4 Russell, J o s h u a F o r b e s , esq.
4S*.
Boardman, Mrs.
12?
d r a w i n g and p a i n t i n g ,
144. 10s.
5 C o c k b u r n e , J o h n V i r i d e t , esq.
40?.
Mailey, Mr. W i l l i a m
,, C o c k b u r n e , William, esq.
Clifford. Rev. C a l e b H. I r i s h Church
6 Scott, W i l l i a m E d w a r d , esq..
89&
Sallymount-avenue.
F r e n c h , Rev. R o b e r t D. a. A. c u r a t e
Leeson, J o h n , esq,
264.
Township of
Pathinives.
of Sandford
CuUenswood-rd. P. St. Mary, J >onnyhrk.
Carmichael, J a m e s , c l e r k of t h e
Crown for T i p p e r a r y , N. R.
1 J e s s o n , Clavel, arid 17 Fleet-sc. 16Z.
"Woodville.
2 O'Shanessy, M r s .
164.
Sandford.
3 Taylor, Mrs.
161.
6 B&tile, Mr. H e n r y ,
101.
7 Vacant,
1«&
8 Owens, Mr. William F . A.
lul.
9 Seadon, William, d e c o r a t o r ,
101.
30 Fullerton, Mr. J o h n ,
10/.
] 1 Corcoran, Mr. J o h n ,
101.
12 Christian, Mr. David,
10/.
l;i Nolan, T h o m a s , tailor,
101.
3+ Abel, M r . W i l l i a m ,
101.
15 West, Mr. George,
10/.
10 Mitchell, Mr. J o h n ,
6L
17 K a v a n a g h , M r s .
21. 15s.
18 Rice, E d w a r d , c a r a w n e r ,
61.
7
S
9
10
Sandford-aill.
4 Taylor, Mrs. W m . p r o f of m u s i c , 111.
Ranela,gJirroa4L—P. St. Peter.
„ Taylor, Mr. F r e d e r i c k H .
Bewiey, Sam.esq.'Sandford grove, 100?.
5 Deviue, Mr. Charles,
221. Bewley, S a m l . j u n . esq. Sandford hill,
6 W h i t e , M r s . t e a c h , of music, *£ c. 19/.
10U.
1
2
3
4
Welsh, M r s . S u s a n J a n e ,
l;f;
Davy, M r s .
Clibborn, J a s . esq. & 41 D:ime-fM lJ -Allcu, A l e x a n d e r , m e r c h a n t ,
84J.
RATHCOOLE AND SAGGARD.
R A T I I C O O L E , an i n l a n d t o w n a u d parish in N e w c a s t l e b a r o n y , D u b l i n c o u n t y , 10 m i l e s S. W . from D u b l i n , coir.;
p r i s i n g a n area of 4,705 a c r e s . P o p u l a t i o n , 459. T h e t o w n , which was a n c i e n t l y called R a d c u l l , is situated
u p o n t h e road to N a a s , and consists of one street, a b o u t a q u a r t e r of a mile in l e n g t h , chiefly of small houses
a n d c a b i n s , irregularly b u i l t . T h e only p u b l i c b u i l d i n g is t h e P a r i s h C h u r c h , a n e a t p l a i n edifice. I t has a
Dispensary
I t is the head s t a t i o n of t h e C o n s t a b u l a r y force of t h e district of U p p e r c r o s s . A b o u t t w o miles
a n d a halt Is W . from Rathcoole i s t h e parish a n d village of Newcastle,
c o m p r i s i n g a n area of 4,283 acres.
P o p u l a t i o n , 1,10b*.
I t is s i t u a t e d on t h e G r a n d C a n a l .
T h e village w a s f o r m e r l y a borough, having a
p o r t r i e v e a n d burgesses u n d e r c h a r t e r of J a m e s I . , a n d prior t o t h e U n i o n , s e n t t w o m e m b e r s to the I n s n
parliament.
H i e C h u r c h is a n a n c i e n t picturesque edifice, covered w i t h ivy, h a v i n g a fine e a s t e r n window.
1 be R o m a n C a t h o l i c Chur« h is a neat b u i l d i n g , w i t h a belfry.
T h e r e is a D i s p e n s a r y a n d N a t i o n a l Schools.
P e t t y Sessions a r e held every a l t e r n a t e F r i d a y .
M A G I S T R A T E S ATTENDING P E T I T S E S S I O N S AT R A T H C O O L E , every alternate
J . T. Yerschoyle, esq.
Friday.-Charles
E d w a r d Kennedy, esq.;
RATHCOOiiE AND SAGGARD—RATIIFAKXIIAM.
I 0O3
Buckley, Washington, auctnr. Lucan I ROMAN CATHOLIC
CUCRCH—Rev.
Byrne. Mr. John, Keating's park
Tbonuts M'Curmick, v.v.
Cloncurry, Lady, Lyons house, and Sitekleton, Joseph, Lyons mills
Maretimo, Blackrock
Bkerrett, Peter, esq. Athgoeuark
Connolly, Owen, esq. Ballscott, Hazle- Thomhill, Rev. W. J. Glebe house,
hatch
Rathcoole
Goold, Miss Ellen, Loughtown, Hazlehatch
Sagr&ard.
POST OFFICE — Miss Sophia Senior, I Graydon, Alex. esq. Newcastle house ttryan. William, esq. Hrittas
Howe, John, esq. Wheatfield
postmistress
Dowling, Jolm, The Hotel, Hritta
RATHCOOLE CHUECH—Rev. W. J. ! Kelly, Patrick, esq. Newcastle
M'Donnell, John «fc Thos. &. Co. p:q»er
ThornhilL incumbent, Glebe house | Kennedy, Sir Charles, bart. J . P .
mills—office, 8 Ormond-quay. h.
Rathcoole Dispensary—Pat. Jos. M 'Evoy, Lambert, James, j . p . Staccumuie, National School — Edmund Fry neis
Hazlehatch
medical attendant, Rathcoole
Murphy, master
M'Donald, Myles, esq. Paymount, POST OFFICE — Miss Mary Wa tors,
Senior, Mr. Charles
Hazlehatch
Sheal, James, esq. Rathcoole house
postmistress
National School—Julia Reilly
Spear, Mr. Edward
ROMAN
CATHOLIC
CHURCH— Rev.
NEWCASTLE CHURCO—Rev. Eugenej
Thomas M'Cormick, P.P.
O'Meara, incumbent
Verschoyle, John James, esq. J . P .
Newcastle.
Rathcoole Parish School—Anne Carroll, j
Tapsaggard house
Andrews, Michael, ^sq. Goljranstown
mistress
Walsh, Richard, esq. Kingswood
Black Churchinn—Peter Vicars, prop. Richey, Mr. John, Castlewarden
i Waters, W. coach prop. Cheevers
Cnrtv, Mr. James
Constabulary Police Station — John
" Rolleston, constable in charge
Cullen, Mr. Matthew
Gerty, Edw. esq. Ringwood,IIaalehatch
Kelly, Mr. R.
Kilbee, Leonard, esq. Airfield
M'Evoy. James, surgeon
RATHFARNHAM.
RATHFARNHAM, a parish and village in Uppercross and Rathdown baronies, Dublin county, four miles south
from the General Post Office, Dublin, comprising an area of 2,5o i acres. Population, 5,555. It is situated on the
road to Whitecliurch, and near where the Military-road commences that crosses the mountains into Wicklow
also at Firhouse a Carmelite Convent, also a Dispensary, a Petty Sessions Court-house, and District Constabulary
Police Station. A fair is held on July 10. The bridge of Rathfarnham, over the river Dodder, is several hundred yards from the village, the approach to which is rising ground, thickly shaded in summer by the trees of
the demesnes on each side. The neighbourhood abounds in pretty seats and villas, commanding rich views
of the Dublin mountains and bay. The castle of Rathfarnham was built by Archbishop Loftus in the reign of
Elizabeth. One of the entrances to the demesne, fronting the Dodder, is in the style of a Roman triumphal arch.
The entrance to the castle is by a portico of eight Doric columns that support a dome painted in fresco with the signs
of the zodiac. Ballyboden, a village in the parish of Whitecliurch, is about one and a quarter miles farther ou,
and comprises an area of two acres. Population, 252.
MAGISTRATES ATTENDING PETTY SESSIONS, every second Tuesday—George Deane, esq. ; Charles Granby Burke,
esq.; Thomas Drury,esq. ; James N. Davis, esq.; Thomas H. Guinness, esq.; John Hatchell, esq.; E. Blackout ne,
esq. Q.c. Hon. Hercules Rowley, and Henry Hodgins, esq. Clerk—Richard Molloy, Templeogue.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH — K<v.
Arthur, John, bootmaker
' Kelly, James, bootmaker
Robert Meyler, P.P. ; Rev. Patrick
Bannan, Patrick, grocer, «fec.
! Kirwan, Eugene F. postmaster, «fcc.
Hanly, c.c.
Blackburne, Edward, Q.C. J.P. Rath- Kirwan, Mr. Denis
Royal Irish Constabulary Station — A.
farnham castle,
"Mi. Kirwan, Mrs. Margaret, baker
E. S. Heard, esq. sub-inspector
i Laird, John Allen, esq. Millhrook cot.
Butler, William, farrier
Savage, William, esq. A. B. Wellington
• Lennon, Christopher, slater
Byrne, Denis, tailor
lodge, and Education office
Loretto
Convent
Boarding
<k
Day
School
B\rne, Hugh, farmer, Whitehall
Scott, Isabella, vintner
—Mrs. Somers, superioress
Byrne, Laurence, grocer
Sheridan, Peter, house pointer
Byrne, Thomas, boot and shoe maker M'Dowell, Marshall, millwright
;M'Hugh, J. grocer, Rathfarnham ho, Smith, Laurence, tailor
Colgan, Mr. Michael, Snugboro'
1
Smith, Marks, car owner
Mooney, James, farmer
Collins, Patrick, victualler
!
Tottenham, John Denis, esq. Ash field
Mooney, Peter, cattle dealer
Conroy, Patrick, esq. Chilham
Croly, Henry, M.D. F.R.CS.I. phys. to Muleuhy, Rev. John, Newtown cott"ge Tottenham, Mrs. Denis. Ashheld, list.
Rathfarnham dispensary, Green- Murphy, John, contractor, &c. >t, Weinwiser, Mr. F. Eiy lodge
Wood*, Miss M. Castleview
Brigid's
field house
Custis, Samuel, saddler and vintner j National School—Richd. Byrne, teacher White, Andrew, farmer
Whitty, Rev. W. J. D.C L. curat*' of
Dingwall, John, grocer and prov. dlr. Norton, Thomas, provision dealer
Ilatl.farnham—res. 94 Baggut-.-t.
Dooner, John, solr. Barton lodge, 131. Nutgrove Boarding School—Mrs. J ones,
lower
Dowdall, Rev. Launcelot, A.M. rector
principal,
117t
of Rathfarnham church, 451.105. O'Neill, Hugh, sand contractor
Dunne, Mrs. Grove cottage
Pentony, John, victualler
RatlifarnliamVbridgre.
Fry, Thos. esq. J.P. Silver Acre, 107£. Petty Sessions Court-house—Mr. Dodd
P. Cf JRiUkfartham.
Gannon, Henry, paper hanger and
Mollov, clerk—res. Tallnght
Callaghan, Joseph, carpenter
!
painter
PTunkett, John, esq. Glenbrook, Iffc 'Jerrard, Samuel, solr. Rachoh>r\li all
nanly, Rev. Patrick c.c. Chapel POST OFFICE, POSTAL TELEGRAPH ICernan, Richard, sand contractor
house
j
MONET ORDER <k SAVINGS BANK Lambert, Patrick, earpL-iucr
Heard, A. E. S. esq. sub-inspector;
OFFICE—Mr. E. F. Kirwan, post- Lenuox, John, miller, Ely mills
R.I.C. Loretto cottage
master
Murray, Patrick, sand contractor
Jlodgens, Hen. esq. J.P. Beaufort, 155Z. RATHFARNHAM CHURCH—Rev. Lannliolland, Mr. Alex. Craven grove cot. i
celot Dowdall, A.M. rector; Rev.
Ballyboden.
Jones, Mrs. Anne, Nutgrove, boarding
W. J. Whitty, D.C.L. curate
JP. of RaUtfanihdm.
ol,
117i. Rathfarnham Dispensary—Henry Croly, Borrows, Henry F . esq. Ballyronn
Keane, Arthur & Edward, carpenters ;
M.D. F.R.CS.I. medical officer
Wi nan), paper manufacturer,
K'jvuie, Mr. Edward, jun. Castle view Rock, Patrick J. grocer
Ballyboden paper mills
COUNTY D U B L I N D I R E C T O R Y .
153t>
MacCau<dand,Conolly, Major-General,
Kelly, P a t r i c k , r u r a l m e s s e n g e r
Highfield house,"
86/.
Kennedy, M a t h e w , farmer, Mt. Venus
Muldoon, T i m o t h y , s m i t h a n d farrier M ' D o n o u g h , J o h n a n d Sons, paper
m a n u f a c t u r e r s . Newbrook paper
P O S T O F F I C E R E C E I V E R — J a s . Bethell
miUs—office,
32
Garden-lane,
Rossiter. E d w a r d , m e r c h a n t , Spring9SI. 10$.
mount
Royal Irish Constabulary Police Station Mouillot, A u g u s t e , esq. E l m Park,
105/. 10*.
St. Augustas3 College—Very lie v. J o h n
H u t c h i n s o n , p r i o r ; Rev. J a m e s Nolan, J o h n , c a r p e n t e r
M u r p h y a n d Rev. M a r t i n Ryan, Nolan, Peter, grocer, Grange
Ponsonby, Capt. T. H. Glensouthwell,
Orlah
White, Mrs. Anne S a l i s b u r y , Killakee
Little Dargle
Rowley, Lieut.-Colonel Hon. Hercules
L a n g f o r d Boyle, j . p . Meath and
Scholarstown.
D u b l i n , Marlay Grange
Butterfield-avenue.
P. of
Rathfarnham.
S T . COLUMBA C O L L E G E — R e v . Robert
P. of
Rathfarnham.
B e r n a r d , W i l l i a m Leigh, b a r r i s t e r ,
Rice, M.A. warden
G r i m w o o d , The Misses, Washington
Beechpark, Templeogue,
1261.
Swifte, W m . R . esq. Whitochurchlodge
lodge,
50i Craven, J as. b r i c k m a n u f 11 ay field, HI.
Taylor, D e a n Conroy, esq. The Priory
J . n p h a m , Mr. Joseph
King, R. D. esq. Woodrield
T r a v e r s , P e t e r , f a n n e r and road conM a r l o w e , R i c h a r d , esq. Butterfield Walsh, Michael, f a r m e r
t r a c t o r , H a r o l d ' s Grange
house,
1221,
S t a n l e y , Mrs. private l u n a t i c asylum,
Wliite
church.
O r c h a r d s t o w n house,
l&L 10s.
Willbrook.
P. of Widtechurch.
P. of Rathfarnham.
Barton, Mrs. E d e n
O'Connor, J o h n , g r o c e r
D r u r y , f m . B. b a r . Boden p a r k , and
21 H a r c o u r t - s t r e e t
811. 5s.
J o n e s , Philip, esq. Bolton h a l l
K e a t i n g , Christopher, f a r m e r
L i n d e , J . II. esq. B a l l y r o a n c o t t a g e
M u l v a n y , P e t e r , esq. S o m e r t o n
0'Grady, Captain Robert Rose, Rookwood,
781
P l u n k e t t , J a s . esq. P r o s p e c t hill, 901.
R u s s e l l , W m . esq. J . P . C a t h e r i n e ' s p a r k
W a t s o n , H e n r y , esq. B a l l y r o a n house,
144J. bs.
Edmondstown.
Bewley, Miss, Ulatechnrch l a u n d r y
Blayney, Constantine, grocer
Bourke, J a m e s W . parish clerk and Deane, Geo. K. esq. J . P . Orchardtown
Denis, J . A. esq. F a i r b r o o k
s c h o o l m a s t e r , school-house
De Rinzy, George, Maj.-General, WillButler, J a m e s , f a r r i e r
brook house
Campbell, George, m e r c h a n t , H e r m i Garvan, J o h n , flour miller, Willbrook
t a g e , and 58 S a e k v i l l e - s t r e e t
Carr, Rev. J a s . A. i n c u m b e n t , Whitemills
c h u r c h , W h i t e h a l l Grange
Gibney, P a t r i c k , flour merchant, Silver A c r e m i l l s ,
24/.
Clarke, Courtney K e n n y , esq. L a r c h
hill,
187t 10*. J o n e s , W i l l i a m Mil w a r d , solicitor,
Courtney, Myles, g r o c e r
Rose b a n k
Davis, J a m e s X. J . P . The P a r k
K a v a n a g h , J o h n , slater
E h v i u , J . W.esq.Hilleot,ifc5Ki]dare-st. L a m b e r t . R L. esq. Fonthill Abbey
E l l i n g t o n , Maurice G. esq. Cliff house Leech, E d w a r d , sol. Riversdale, 601.
F i t z g e r a l d , David, solr. Marlay house O'Keeffe, C. n u r s e i y , Bloomfield, 521.
Flood, B e n j a m i n A. esq. S t . T h o m a s ' s , P l u n k e t t , J o h n , esq. Glenbrook
106/. Stalford, Captain J a s . Win. Elmbrook
G a h a n , Mathew, a n d Son, b u i l d e r s — Whelan, J a s . miUer, Millbrook mills
Willbrook tavern— ConstantineBlaney,
and 41 I l a r c o u r t - s t r e e t
g r o c e r a n d spirit dealer, proprietor
Guinness, T h o s . I I . esq. J . P . T i b r a d Hoekbrook.
den house
Bealin, J o h n , f a r m e r
H a c k e t t , Kieran, b u i l d e r , <fcc.
Woodtown.
B y r n e , Charles, esq. R o c k b r o o k h o u . s e I l o l l y p a r k — v a c a n t
P. of Tallaght.
Casey, J a m e s , farmer, C r o u g h
Jenkins, John, farmer, Kilmashoughe
2651.
C h u r c h , Dawson, d e n t i s t
J e n k i n s , Nich. f a r m e r , K i l m a s h o u g h e H a y e s , J o h n , esq. Woodtown,
Del a n y , Richard, grocer a n d spirit d l r . Kelly, Michl. m e r c h a n t , Grange house M ' G r a t h , P e t e r , farmer
5CL
Doyle, J a m e s , farmer <fc r o a d c o n t r a c . Keough, William, c a t t l e d e a l e r and O'Brien, M r s . M o u n t Yenus,
Lyons, R o b e r t D. esq. a n d IS MerriortF a r r e i l , Daniel, f a r m e r
farmer, H a r o l d ' s Grange
G a h a n , J o h n , builder, S h e e p m o u n t
s q u a r e , west, Woodtown ho. !!'*•
L a l o r , Mr. R o b e r t , A n n a ville
P. Of Whiteclwrch.
Coghlan, M a r y Anne, t e a c h e r National
school
D u l l a r d , R. P . <fc Co. p a p e r m a n u f a c t u r e r s , Millrnount
H a y e s , Thos. esq. Woodbine c o t t a g e
H a y e s , William A r m s t r o n g , esq. E d mundstown p a r k ,
12H.
K o r a n , Mrs. L a u r e l hill,
b'dl.
H u g h e s , R. a n d G. model l a u n d r y
L a n e , J . A. esq. Air p a r k
L e e d o m , J o h n . coal factor
L e n e h a n , Mary, grocer, k c.
M a h o n , Miss Mary A.
O'Grady, C a p t a i n . Itookwood
P i c k e r i n g , William Joyce, solicitor,
Newtown
Reid, J a m e s , woollen cloth m a n u f a c t u r e r , Sammeville,
80l.
EATHGAR
(TOWNSHIP OF RATHMINES AND RATHGAR).
R \ T H G . \ R , a t o w n l a n d i n R a t h f a r n h a m p a r i s h , R a t h d o w n b a r o n y , D u b l i n c o u n t y , 3 m i l e s s o u t h from the General
P o s t Office, D u b l i n . P o p u l a t i o n of t o w n s h i p , 1 8 7 1 , "20,562. I t is situated n i i d w a v b e t w e e n Rathmines and
T e r e n u r e , on t h e road t o R a t l f a r n h a m and T a U a g h t , a n d is n o w one of t h e m o s t pleasing outlets of the
m e t r o p o l i s , studded w i t h h a n d s o m e t e r r a c e s o r d e t a c h e d villas, a n d several p r e t t y a v e n u e s diverging f™m t l i e
c e n t r e , and leading towards H a r o l d s - c r o s s , t h e r i v e r D o d d e r , T e r e n u r e , and U p p e r R a t h m i n e s . There are
s e v e r a l h a n d s o m e churches. T h e r e is a t r a m w a y from D u b l i n t o T e r e n u r e .
R,ath|rar-road.
11
Rathmines to Highfield and
TereuHre-roads.
12
P. St. Peter.
13
1 F l y n n , E d w a r d , victualler,
20Z. 14
2, o, & 4 Dunn, M. family grocer a n d 15
wine n i e r c b a n t ,
£££ 16
6 IletU-rnan. Edward, bootmaker, SL IT
C E a r n 11, J . d m , vietuailer,
10/. |19
7 <fc 8 Quinn, P a t r i c k , cbina & glass 20
w a r e h o . p l u m b e r <fc gasiitter, -111. 21
9 B u t t e r l y , P. fruiterer
22
10 Mahon, Thomas, purreyor,
221. 2?
From
30?.
Guilfoyle, Miss C a t h e r i n e , m i l l i n e r 24 Crooke, Mrs.
25 H e n r y , David J o h n , b a r r i s t e r
and dress m a k e r
44L
27/.; 26 Ogilvy, Alex. esq. Weston,
Geale, William, victualler,
Z61.
Greer, J o h n , confectioner,
18 27 H o p k i n s , William, esq.
661.
Robinson, Miss M a r g t . grocer, 161. 28 H a r d i e , Miss, teacher,
ML
S t e w a r t , C b a r l e s , w a t c h m a k e r , 181. 20 C a n n o n , E d w a r d J . e s q .
?e
England, R i c h a r d A. M.D.
181. 30 Robinson, Mrs. Richmond house
261.
Dolan, Mrs.
182. 31 J o n e s , Mrs. E. M
261. 10*.
I I o l b r o - k / M i s s , Egjinton h o . 43Z.J 32 Lawless. Mrs.
Mapother, H e n r y , t s q
43/. ., Reffe, J o s e p h , esq.
2ul.
Marshall/Peter, esq.
281.! 33 Crawford. Mrs.
nil. i5#.
l i t land, Mrs. L u c r e t n , Toronto Idg. 34 P o i r o t t e , M a d a m e Desir
2^7.
Spring, J. J . esq,
M&fS8 T y r r c l ' , L\ B. esq.
S WORDS-TERENURE.
Forster, Capt.FitzEustace, Swords ho. Bannister, William, farmer
Hamilton, Richard F. esq. Lissen hall Big Tree inn—Edward Philips, propr.
Hutchinson, John Hely, esq. j . p . Bird, James, shoemaker
Seafield, Donahate
Bowden, William, farmer
Infant ScJiool—Mary Malone, teacher Branagan, J as. miller and farmer
Kittle, Mr. Andrew
Bride, James, farmer
M'Cormick, Mr. Edward, Lispopple Brien, John, grocer and vintner
Manders, Richd. esq. Braekenstown Byrne, Peter, vintner
National School—Marmion II. Walsh, Cannon, Patrick, coach and car maker
and K. Ahern, teachers
Carey, James, carpenter
ROM. C ATH. CHAP.—Rev. Thos. Keiran, Carter, James, carpenter and builder
p.p. ; Rev. P. Slattery, c.c.
Cloney, John, grocer
Sneyd, Mr. Robert, collector, Mount- Connolly, John, mason
gamble
Corr, John, blacksmith
SWORDS CHUECH—Rev. Thos. Twigg, Donnelly, Patrick, cooper
canon of St. Patrick's, vicar; Rev. Doran, Arthur, harness maker
W. G. Boyee, curate
Duff, Thomas, farmer
Swords Dispensary—Fras. J. Davys, M. D. Dunne, Bridget, baker
Swords Free School—Richd. Fitzgerald Earley, Peter, hotel keeper
and Louisa Fallon, teachers
Farrell, Patrick, Harp inn
Twigg, Rev. Thomas, M.A. Yicarage Gill, Bryan, farmer
Healey, Bernard, harness maker
TRADERS, ETC.
Howard, John, painter *
Bannister, John, farmer and slater
Howard, William, butcher
Bannister, John, jun. slater
Kiernan, Luke, grocer
1557
Kiernan, Richard, carpenter
Lawless, James, grocer and farmer
Long, James, mason
Long, Patrick, farmer, Lissen hall
Long, Thomas, farmer and factor
Lowans, Thomas, mason
M'Dermott, John, vintner
M'Donnell, Joseph, grocer
M'Evoy, Laurence, dealer and farmer
M'Kenna, John, farmer, Seatown
M'Kenna, Joseph, farmer, Seatown
Maguire, John, lodging-house keeper
Murphy, Mrs. Alice
Phillips, Walter B. former, draper, ifcc.
POST OFFICE—Mr. Walter B. Phillips,
postmaster
Royal hotel—Peter Earley, proprietor
Ryan, Patrick, smith
Ryan, Thomas, blacksmith
Smyth, James, Bloomfield
Stewart, Robert, vintner
Stewart, James, Mendon house
St. Lawrence, Richard, vintner
Waters, George, grocer and farmer
Williams, Rose, dressmaker
TALLAGHT.
TALL AG HT, an inland town and parish in Uppereross barony, Dublin county, seven miles S. W. by W. from Dablin,
comprising an area of 21,868 acres. Population of parish, 4,921 ; of town, 312, inhabiting 57 houses. The
town is situated on the road to Blessington, and the parish extends from Balrothery hill on the river Dodder,
to the Green hills at its western extremity. The southern portion forms the range called the Tallaght IIills,
and commands magnificent views of the bay and vale of Dublin. The church, a little above the town, dedicated
to St. Maelrune, is a modern building in the pointed style. At Firhouse there is a convent of Discalced
Carmelites, and at Mount Anne a small monastery of the same order, and a Priory of the Dominican order at
St. Mary's. In the town there is a Dispensary, and there are National and Parochial Schools. I t is a Constabulary Police station, and Petty Sessions are held every alternate Wednesday. There are several paper
and Hour mills in the parish.
MAGISTRATES ATTENDING PETTY SESSIONS, every alternate Wednesday—John Lentaigne, esq. C.B. D.L. ; Andrew C.
O'Dwyer, esq.; William Caldbeck, esq.; Rev. J . W. Finlayj Dr. Evory Kennedy ; Richard Walsh, esq. ; John
Leonard, esq.—Clerk, R. D. Molloy.
POST OFFICE AND POSTAL TELEGRAPH
Healey, Myles, farmer
OFFICE — William M'Conaghy,
Healy, Patrick Corballis, farmer
postmaster
Hudson, Patk. esq, Airton, Tallaght
Quinn, Denis, esq. Killenarden
Jordan, Michael, esq. Old bawn
ST. MARY'S CONVENT — Very Rev.
Keon, Rev. J. c.c. Bohernabreena
Thomas Burke, prior ; Very Rev.
Killminny—vacant,
401. 10s.
P. T. Conway, provincial
Lentaigne, John, esq. C.B. J . P . inStuart,
John, St. Anne's monastery, 19Z.
spector-general of prisons, and 1
Stubbs, Mr. WUliam, Newtown
Great Denmark-street
TALLAGHT CHURCH—Rev. W. Robin.
Lloyd, n . C.esq. Baronville,
son, A.M. vicar
CARMELITE CONVENT—Mrs. Duffy, Martin, Mr. Benjamin, Firhouse
M'Conaghy, W. teacher parochial Tallaght Parochial Schools — Rev. W,
superioress
Rubinson,
M.A. patron
schools
Cobbe, Chas. esq. Glan-na-Srnel lodge
Tynan, A. C. esq. Coukstown
M'Donncll's paper mills, Oldbawn
Connor, John, Willington
Watson, Patrick, esq. Friarstown ho.
Dispensary—Dr.N.Seward.med. attnd. M'Grane, J . esq. Oldcourt
Molloy, Richard D. relieving officer &
—res. Riversdale, Templeogue
Green-hills.
Dow ling, Francis, esq. Firhouse
clerk of petty sessions
Doyle, Michael, farmer, Killenarden Muldoon, John, farmer, Allenton ho. Blackham, Charles, esq. Ballymount
Dunne,
Lawrence,
P.L.G. fanner
Doyle, Miles, farmer
Mulvany, C. F. esq. Bathampton
Flanagan, William, farmer
Fleming, Anthony, esq. Jobstown
cottage
Fox, William, farmer, Whitestown
Nash, Thomas J. esq. Kiltalown, Fox, Farrel, farmer
Gibbons, Thomas Hanlon, farmer
137?. 10a. Gibton, Thos. farmer, brickkilns, <kc.
j Lawler, Michael, farmer
Ilandcock, Wm. Elias, esq. Sallypark Neill, John, esq. Haarlem
Healey, James, farmer
' Neill, Thomas, esq. Haarlem house 1 West, George, fanner, Kilnamanagh
B agnail, Mr. farmer, Ballinascorney
Boardman, T. and A. paper mills,
Boldbrook
Boothman,' Mr. Richard, Kiltipper
house
Brown, James, county cess collector—
office, 38, Dominick st. lr. Dublin
Brown, James V. esq. Brooktield
Brown, Richard, farmer, Whitestown
Brown, William, farmer, Newhall
TEMPLEOGUE— see
TERENURE
TERENURE.
(FORMERLY ROUNDTOWN).
TERENURE, formerly Roundtown, a village in the parish of Rathfarnham, Rathdown barony, Dublin county, 3
miles south from the General Post Office, Dublin, comprising an area of 41 acres. Population 6*51, ft is
situated on the road to Rathfarnham, branching from Harold's-cross and Kathgar. The neighbourhood abounds
in handsome seats and villas. f lhere is a Tramway to Dublin, and the cars run between Terenure and Sackville.street every six minutes
15o8
COUNTY DUBLIN DIIiKCTOIiY.
Rathfarnham-road.
Ashley, Mrs. Glenpool place,
30i. I
D odd's -buildings.
B a y l e e , T h o m a s , New court,
46L 1 Dowling, Mr. J a m e s
From
Terenure.
B e r r y , Joseph, e s q . W e s t h a m p t o n , 773. ;2 Rooney, Mr. J o h n
Parish of
liathfarnham.
B r a d y , J a s . Eoyalhotel, t a v e r n , p a r c e l . 3 Murphy, Mr. M i c h a e l , Woodvilla
B a y l e e , T h o m a s , esq. Newcourt, 46/.
office a n d waiting-rooms for t r a m I 4 Stokes, Mrs. S u m m e r v i l l e
Boland, T h o s . esq. Beeehlawn,
40/.
cars,
40Z. j
D e m p s e y , William, h a r n e s s m a k e r
B r a m s t o n , Mr. T h o m a s
Gilbert, S a m u e l , esq. Moira villa, 151.
Everton-terrace.
Brown, John, car owner
181,
1 Buckley, Rev. J . c . c .
23/. G r e e n e , M r s . Moira lodge,
Carrigy, H e n r y , E a g l e house, g r o c e r , | ,, O'Mulloy, Rev. J o h n , c . c .
Ilan'nury, R. H . esq. Roseville, 30!.
t e a a n d wine m e r c h a n t ,
22/. 2 O'Connor, T h o m a s , esq. a n d 10
H e r b e r t , Simon, grocer a n d prov.dlr.
C a r r o l l , Mrs. dairy
Kildare s t r e e t ,
20Z. J a c k s o n , J o h n , esq. Moira lodge, 18?.
Chriswell, F r a n c i s , provision stores
„ O'Connor,Wm. Edmond,M.s.R.c,s.i. J o r d a n , C h a r l e s , esq. F r a n k f o r d
D e l any, Mary, provision d e a l e r
M u r r a y , R i c h a r d , horse s h o e r
Dispensary—Henry
Davy, A . B . , M . B .
Kimmagre-road.
Phillipson, H e n r y , esq. Everton
m e d i c a l officer—res.
Kimmage
From
Terenure.
61/.
lodge,
34Z. Alexander, David, esq. Besborough, R y a n . M r s . W e s t b o u r n e ,
86/.
Donnelly, J a s . g r o c e r & prov. d e a l e r
25k Vincent, Mrs. W a s d a l e house,
Donnelly, Mr. R i c h a r d
Byrne, J a m e s , s a n d c o n t r a c t o r
D u g g a n , Henry J . c e m e n t a n d stucco Gary, Captain George, late 77th Regt.
St. Bridget's.
plasterer a n d modeller
L a u r e l lodge,
Qtil.
Near
Terenure.
D u n n e , William, esq. Bloom, ville, 23Z. Daly,Mrs. M a r i a n n e , Hazlebrook, 130£. 1 M a r t i n , M r s .
13/.
Ennis, Rohert, bricklayer
D u n n e , William, esq. Bloomville
2 Farrell, Mrs.
71. 105.
F a r r e U , D e n i s , dairy
H a m i l t o n , H e n r y F . esq. T e m p l e 3 P r e n d e r g a s t , Mr. J a m e s ,
10/. 10s.
F a r r e l l , Michael, d a i r y
Hill,
5ol.
F l o o d , Nicholas, g r o c e r & spirit dealer H a y e s , Mrs. d r e s s m a k e r
Templeo&ue.
F r e e m a n , J a m e s , c a r p e n t e r , J u b i l e e K i r w a n , J o h n , esq. H o r t o n
place,
91. 10s. Mahalm, Wm. esq. T e r e n u r e villa, 52/.
P. of
Bathfarnham.
G r e e r , T h o m a s , esq. J . P . B u s h y P a r k , Moore, Stevenson C. esq. St. J o h n ' s , l 0 6 / . B e r n a r d , W i l l i a m Leigh, barrister,
a n d Sea P a r k , Belfast,
4221. Presentation Convent for t e a c h i n g poor
B e e c h p a r k , Knocklyon-road, 125L
H anion, P a t r i c k , family g r o c e r , &c.
children—Mrs.M.S. Reynolds, 52L Brodie, T h o m a s C. esq. Temple ville
Roundtown house,
231. R o g e r s , J o h n J . C.E. W e n t w o r t h cot. C a m p b e l l , Rev. Dillon Chas. assistant
Healy,
Laurence,
carpenter
and
13Z. 10s.
c u r a t e , R a t h f a r n h a m , Rose hall
wheelwright
R y a n , P a t k . esq. M i n n o w brouk, 31/. Carroll, Henry, h o r s e s h o e r
Howard, James, carpenter
Scriven, Wm. esq. Oriel lodge,
11/. Carty, J . esq. Charleville
Jes<op,Miss J a n e , Tyrrell ville,lG/.103. S h e r i d a n , Mrs. E g l i n t o n lodge
Connor, J a m e s , Templeogue inu
Jones, James, carpenter
S h e r i d a n , D. p a i n t e r & p a p e r h a n g e r Connor, Mr. J o h n , Wellington
K e r r , Mr. Robert, G . P . O .
Thompson, E d w d . wholesale jeweUer, Crawford, R o b e r t , esq. Templeogue
M'Dowell, J . a c c o u n t a n t , J e a n ville
Hollyville
lodge
M'Dowell, Mr. Robert, St. G e r m a i n s , Wells, W . F . esq. Air lawn
Daly, Mr. J a m e s
101.10s.
Daly, P a t r i c k , b u i l d e r a n d contractor
M ' I n e r n e y , Mr. P a t k . E r i n c o t t a g e , 51.
ICimraage, Upper.
Danford, William, Templeogue mills,
M a r o o n e y , Mr. J o h n , H a r r y villa,
tl. Butler, T h o m a s , esq. L a k e l a n d house
a n d Mountdown mills
Meares, Mrs. Garnavilla c o t t a g e
C l a r k e . Mr. J a m e s
D o r a n , J a m e s , grocer
Metropolitan Police Station
X^\xnton.\3l. Daly, E . esq. Fortfield p a r k a n d T o r - E v a n s , J . 0 . esq. Mount Michael
Mooney, T h o m a s , victualler a n d conquay,
2531. Geraghty, E d w a r d F r a n c i s , esq. Little
tractor
Davy, E d m u n d W m . A . M . M.D. T . C D.
Fortfield
Nolan, John, carpenter
prof, of Forensic Medicine. Royal H a n d c o c k , WiUiam, esq. Sally p a r k
O'Neill, Mr. Denis, E a g l e hill
College of S u r g e o n s , Elm grove
H u b b a r d , H. H . esq.
P O S T O F F I C E , M O N E T O R D E R , AND Davy, H e n r y , A.B. M . B . CH.M. m e d i c a l
H u m e , M r s . I d r o n e house
SAVINGS BANK O F F I C E — J a m e s
officer, T e r e n u r e Dispensary—res, Joyce, T h o m a s , esq. Delaford house
Ruth, postmaster
K i m m a g e lodge
K a v a n a g h , Mr. Michael, Springfield
R u t h , J a m e s , g r o c e r a n d provision Davy, M r s . K i m m a g e lodge,
34?. K e n n e d y , J a m e s , farmer, Wellington
dealer
Davy, Rev. H u m p h r y , K i m m a g e lodge K i n g , C h a s . S t e w a r t , e s q . Cypress grove
R u t h , William, grocer
Ennis, E d w . T h o m a s , flour miller a n d King, C h a s . S t r o n g , esq. Cypress grove
R y a n , Mr. P h i l i p , l E a g l e hill
corn m e r c h a n t , K i m m a g e mills
Kirwan, Mrs. Spawellfarm
S h a w , Miss, T h e Cottage
E n n i s , Mrs.
Magrane, J a s . esq. Knocklyou castlo
S h e r i d a n , Mrs. E g l i n t o n lodge
Isdell, F r a n c i s C. esq. Brooklawn
M a g r a n e , M r s . Old court
S m y t h , Miss Mary, v i n t n e r ,
221. Kellett, R i c h a r d , esq. — res. 33 Marl- Martin, William, esq. Mount Alton
Tighe, Mrs, v i n t n e r
borough-street,
a u d 4 Sussex- M u r p h y , J . esq. Templeogue house
Btreet, Kingstown
Roach, J o h n E. esq. Kilvare
B ur ford-1 e r r ac e.
Kellett, R i c h a r d , j u n . esq. a n d 35 R o b e r t s , Mrs. P r o s p e c t
Temphogue-road.
Morehampton-road
Ryan, M r s . Knocklyon house
Lennox, J o h n , mill o w n e r a n d m a n u - Seward, Noble, M.D. Riversdale
1 Taylor, William, esq.
facturer, T i n k e r mills
2 O'Donohoe, Mr. T h o m a s J .
S m i t h , B . esq. Tymen cottage
Manly, Mrs. dairy
8 P r i c e , H e n r y , designer
Smith, T h o m a s , farmer, Whitehall
4 Lennon, J o h n a n d S o n s , b u i l d e r s Peakin, Mr. P a t r i c k , W a i n s f o r d
Tyrrell, T h o m a s , esq. Fortfield
a n d contractors, a n d
C h u r c h - R e g a n , P t k . grocer, S t . J o h n ' s cott.
Wall, T . 0 . Templeogue mills
place, Rathmines
R o t h w e l l , E d w , e s q . Meeanee villa, 3U/.
Sail, William, esq. Meeanee villa
Templeogue-road.
Bushypark-road.
S h a w , Right Hon. S i r F r e d e r i c k , b a r t .
Recorder of D u b l i n , T e r e n u r e Brady, T h o m a s , c a r owner
From Rathfarnkara-road to Zion Church.
Manor,
422L F a r r i n g t o n , Rev. Andrew, Terenure
B e t t s , 6 e o . C h a s . esq. E a s t b o u r n e , 68/.
130/
house,
'
Shaw,
Lieutenant-Colonel R o b e r t ,
C a m p b e l l , William M. esq. P r o s p e c t
Greer, T h o m a s , esq. J.p. Bushy p a r k
Terenure manor
house,
38J.
a n d Sea p a r k , Belfort; a n d KilClay, William Keatinge, sol. Meadow
d a r c - s t r e e t Club
Minnow Brook-terraee.
bank,
332.
J
o
n
e
s, James,carpenter
JO mmage-road.
F l a n a g a n , J a m e s , esq. Riversdale, CM. 1 W a d d o c k , L u k e , esq.
! Kerr, M r . R o b e r t , G . P . O .
70
S i m o n t o n , J a s , e s q . R a t h g a r house,26/. 2 B a r n e t t , William C. a r t i s t
Rogerson, David, esq. Olney,
'*
WILLIAMSTOWN.
Sandford, Capt. Wills, Fortfield lodge i
1559
Ter enur e-vili as.
Terenure-terrace.
Terenure College, R e v . A n d r e w E . F a r - 1
rington, D . D . O.C.C. p r e s i d e n t ; ; 1 T a g g a r d , George, e s q .
Rev. J a m e s E . Davis, o . c . c . ; [2 B r a n g a n , C h r i s t o p h e r , esq.
Rev. J o s e p h W h i t l e y , o . c . c . ; Rev. [? P a l m e r , M r s .
JohnBrennan
U Farrell, Thomas, esq.
WHITECHUECH (see
WILLIAMSTOWN.
Lakelands,
351. 1 V a c a n t
32/. 2 Cadogan, A n t h o n y , h o p a g e n t
35/. 3 F o x , William B . esq.
402.14 H e r d , W m . G. R. Lieut. 95th R e g t .
RATHFARNHAM).
(BLACKROCK TOWNSHIP.)
W I L L I A M S T O W N , a m a r i t i m e v i l l a g e i n t h e p a r i s h of B o o t e r s t o w n , p a r t l y i n D u b l i n b a r o n y , b u t chiefly i n t h a t
of R a t h d o w n , D u b l i n c o u n t y , ±k m i l e s S . E . from t h e G e n e r a l P o s t Office, D u b l i n , c o m p r i s i n g a n a r e a of 4 6 a c r e s .
Population, 5 7 5 , i n h a b i t i n g L>4 h o u s e s . I t is s i t u a t e d u p o n t h e S . shore of D u b l i n b a y , close t o t h e K i n g s t o w n
railway, a n d o n t h e r o a d to B r a y . I t is r e s o r t e d t o a s a b a t h i n g - p l a c e . T h e r e a r e h o t a n d cold salt w a t e r B a t h s .
In the n e i g h b o u r h o o d , a p p r o a c h e d from B o o t e r s t o w n o r B l a c k r o c k j t h e r e a r e majiy h a n d s o m e s e a t s a n d v i l l a s .
The parish c h u r c h is s i t u a t e d i n C r o s s - a v e n u e , B l a c k r o c k .
Donnelly, J o h n , p u m p m a k e r
Dunlevie, George, A . B . T . C . D . b a r r i s t e r ,
Hermitage,
203. 10s.
Egan, Mrs. P . R u b y lodge,
87Z.
Kearney, Mrs. Peafield h o u s e ,
49Z.
Kelly, E d m u n d M e a r e s , b a r r i s t e r ,
Rosefield,
101.
riulo, J . H*. esq. H a w k i n ' s eot. &G.P.O.
Phillips, Miss, Peafleld h o u s e
Walker, J o h n A. e s q . S e a f o r t l o d g e , !
32/. 10s.
Castledawson-avenue.
Vacant
M ' G a r r y , Michael, g r e e n g r o c e r
Carr, J o h n , g a r d e n e r
DowdalL M r . P a t r i c k
C a v a n a g h , J o h n , boot«fc shoe m a k e r
Garvey, Patrick,, g r e e n grocer
Dickinson, M r s .
Beatty,Michl. b u i l d e r , Martello c o t .
C a u g h e y , Rev. F r a n c i s
Meyers, M r s .
O'Neill, W . c a r p e n t e r
Robinson, J a m e s H . d r i l l m a s t e r
Stevenson, J o h n , a n d Son, house
painters
Carroll, M r s .
Neill, T h o m a s , g a r d e n e r
Kelly, P a t r i c k , g a r d e n e r
1 Clarke,Fras. cabinetmaker, tli.lOs.
2 Vacant,
HI,
3 Carty, M r .
"}
4 Carty, Mrs. A n n e , l a u n d r e s s , 1
CHRISTIAN
BRETHREN
MEETING
5 Fitzpatrick, J a m e s , p a i n t e r ,
„j
HOUSE
0 Ryan, M r . M a t h e w ,
S 4 Galaher, Mrs.
7 Sweeny, T o m . b r i c k l a y e r ,
Kelly, Miss J a n e
8 Behan, M r s . l a u n d r e s s ,
j Si
Rooney, M r s . M a r y , grocer, <kc.
9 Whelan, M r . P .
I
Maher, M r s .
10 White, Mr.
j
Carty, R i c h a r d , g r e e n grocer
11 Goslin, Mr. J o h n W .
Nowlan, J o h n , b e e r a n d provision
12 Cook, M r s .
dealer
13 Boyle, M r . T h o m a s P .
9/. 10s.
Behan, P . painter
14 Fitzgerald, J o s e p h , c a r p e n . lOi.lOs.
Kyneh, B . c a b owner
French College—Rev.
Jules Leman,
Walsh,' Mr. R o b e r t
superior,
143/.
Cullen, J o h n , d a i r y
Frazer, Mrs. laundress
Keegan, J o h n J . & Co. grocers a n d
Main-street.
Italian warehousemen
LLAB. L E T T E R - B O X ,
cleared
Magee, M r . J .
8 . 3 0 A.M. 3 a n d 8.15 P . M .
92 Howe, Mr. J o l m
Ness, Mrs.
134 L a p h a m , M r . F .
Hawkins, M r s .
36 L e n n o n , Miss
Kinsley, Mrs. Phoenix lodge, I O / . I O S .
3S F a r r e l l , L a u r e n c e , b o o t m a k e r
Hawkins, P e t e r , p u m p factory
4<~; Scott, M r s .
Robinson, S a m u e l , esq.
48 V a c a n t
Gibson, W i l l i a m , b r i c k l a y e r
-50 E n g l i s h , J . H e n r y , e s q .
Bond, L u k e , b o o t m a k e r
56 Mooney, Mr. C h a r l e s
Kelly, Mr. j .
Potts, M r s .
Phoenix-terrace.
Colelough, E d w a r d , d r a p e r
19/.
Powell, T h e M i s s e s , Seafort h o u s e 1 B y r n e , J o h n , e s q .
2 Murray, Mrs.
181.
Outhwaite, M r s .
3 Barnes, Frederick, esq.
18L
Whelan, J o h n , b o o t m a k e r
4 H u n t , W . civil e n g i n e e r ,
5 Grier, Captain Alexander,
G Clinchy, Philip, esq.
18/.
18/.
18Z.
Seafort-parade.
1 M u r p h y , Gregory, b u i l d e r ,
11.
2 Vacant,
111.
3 A n d e r s o n , T h o s . M a c N e i l l , e s q . 11J.
4 Martello Tower
6 Con-, M r s .
101.
7 Cole, M r s .
10?. 5s.
,, S t u a r t , Miss
8 Travers, Mrs.
10/.15a.
9 Fowler, John, esq.
M u r p h y , J o h n , esq. M o n t e r e a u l o d g e
"Westfield-terrace.
1 Vacant,
15/.
2 Q u i n n , M a r t i n , B . A . Q . U . professor
F r e n c h College,
131.
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