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1868 Belfast / Ulster Street Directory

STREET DIRECTORIES TRANSCRIBED
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PROVINCIAL TOWNS
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ENNISKILLEN  GILFORD  GLENARM  HILLSBOROUGH  HOLYWOOD
KEADY  KILKEEL  KILLYLEAGH

ENNISKILLEN

        Enniskillen, an inland town and Parliamentary borough, in County Fermanagh, ninety three miles W. by S. from Belfast, comprising an area of 129 acres. The town is situated on an island in the river connecting the upper and lower lakes of Lough Erne, and on the adjoining mainland on both sides, which communicates with each other by two bridges. There are a Parish Church, Presbyterian and Methodist churches, and a Roman Catholic chapel; the County Court-house, Prison and Infirmary, a Town-hall, a Royal school, a Union Workhouse and three Barracks. There are two tanneries and a well supplied market for corn and butter. Fairs are held on the 10th of every month, on 26th May and 26th October, markets, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The Provincial, Ulster, and Belfast Banks have branches here. There is also a Savings' Bank. The Assizes for the County, and Quarter and Petty Sessions, are held in the town.  It is the head quarters of the constabulary for five stations. Three newspapers are published in the town. Population in 1861, 5,820. A new Model School has lately been opened with accommodation for upwards of 250 pupils.

Member for the Borough - The Hon. John Cole, Q.C., Florence Court, 2 Mountjoy Square North, Dublin; and Carlton Club, London
Post-Office, Church Street - Wm. Ball, postmaster. Letters from the South, including Dublin, also England, arrive twice a day at 5-15 a.m., and 1-45 p.m., and are despatched at 12-20 and 7-10 p.m. Letters from the North, including Belfast and Scotland, arrive at 5-15 a.m., and 1-45 p.m., and are despatched at 12-20 and 7-10 p.m.
Town Commissioners - George Kittson, chairman; William Carson, John Molyneux, John Maguire, James Creden, George Black, Thomas Gordon, R. Beatty, John Morrison, John Kerr, Robert Gordon, P. Maginn, John Gunning, C. A. Mills, Irvine Darragh, James Coulter, and William Armstrong; Solicitor, Archibald Collum; town clerk, Robert Clegg ; agent, C. Jeffars; sergeant-at-mace, Wm. Johnston; town crier, Andrew Brown; keeper of the town hall, G. Connor
Distributor of Stamps - P. Maginn.
Crown Surveyor of Income Tax - Mr. Atkinson, Victoria Terrace, West Bridge
Jail, Fairview - James Jeffreys, governor; H. Morrison, deputy governor; M. Morrison, matron; Samuel Clarke, Darling Street, local inspector; Robert P. Walsh, M.D., surgeon; O. Ternan, apothecary; Rev. Samuel Greer, Protestant Chaplain; Rev. A. C. Maclatchy, Presbyterian Chaplain; Rev. Mr. McMeel, Roman Catholic chaplain
Constabulary - ? Graves, county inspector; S. J. W. Patterson, sub inspector; Samuel Moore, head constable
Barracks - Infantry Barrack, Queen Street; Artillery Barrack, Castle Street; Redoubt Barrack, Windmill Hill. Barrack master, ? Meade
Newspapers - Fermanagh Mail, every Thursday, T. R. J. Polson, proprietor; Impartial Reporter, every Thursday, William Trimble, proprietor; Enniskillen Advertiser, James Hamilton, proprietor

Places of Worship

Parish Church, Church Street - Rev. S. Greer, rector; the Rev. Mr. Bradshaw, curate
Presbyterian Church, Main Street - Rev. A. C. Maclatchy
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Preaching Lane - Ministers, various
Primitive Methodist Chapel, Main Street
Roman Catholic Chapel, Darling Street - Very Rev. Mr. James McMeel, archdeacon

Public Institutions

Banks - Belfast Bank, Townhall Street, William Williams, manager; Provincial Bank of Ireland, Darling Street, George Stewart, manager; Ulster Bank, Samuel Clarke, manager; Savings' Bank, Town Hall Street, S. Frith, secretary and treasurer
Royal School, Portora - Rev. William Steele, head-master - one of the most flourishing schools in Ireland, there being constantly nearly two hundred pupils, and producing, from time to time, many very distinguished scholars
Church Education Society - Rev. Mr. Ringwood, Crom, Newtownbutler; Ulster Bank, treasurers
National School, Forthill - R. Keys, Esq., patron
Ladies' Boarding and Day School - Miss Ennis, Brook Street
Bible Society's Depository, East Bridge Street - Caretaker, ? Irvine
Ladies' Seminary and Boarding School, Darling Street - Miss Glegg
Miss Hanton's Day School for Ladies - Wellington Place
Freeman's Charitable Club, Town Hall, for distributing loans to distressed tradesmen
Union Workhouse - Earl of Enniskillen, chairman; William Archdall, vice-chairman; D. Wilkin, deputy vice-chairman; Alex. Price, master; R. Carson, matron; E. Bagot, M.D., surgeon; Rev. Samuel Greer, Protestant Chaplain; Rev. E. C. Maclatchy, Presbyterian Chaplain; Very Rev. James McMeel, Arch-deacon, Roman Catholic Chaplain
Infirmary - Robt. Pakenham Walsh, M.D., J.P., surgeon; ?, apothecary; Miss Henderson, matron; C. Jeffars, secretary
Corn and butter market, Boston Lane

Nobility and Gentry

Archdall, Henry Mervyn, M.P., Riversdale
Archdall, Nicholas Mervyn
Archdall, Captain
Armstrong, Mrs., Willoughby Place
Armstrong, William, Lara
Bell, Captain W. F., Darling Street
Belmore, Earl of, Castlecoole
Betty, William, Cappagh
Brien, John, Castletown
Chittick, The Misses, Anne Street
Clarke, Samuel, Darling Street
Cole, Hon. H. A., M.P., Florencecourt
Cole, Hon. John, Florencecourt
Enniskillen, Earl, Florencecourt
Gamble, Samuel, Graan
Gamble, Hanna, Forthill
Gamble, Baptist, Graan
Graves, ?, Esq., County Inspector
Irvine, George, Belmore Street
Johnston, Mrs., Drumkeen
Johnston, Mrs., East Bridge Street
Jones, Charles John, Willoughby Place
Jones, Obens, Lisgoole Abbey
Loftus, Hon. Lord Augustus, Ely Lodge - London
Loftus, Hon. Lord George, Ely Lodge - London
Loftus, Hon. Lord Henry, Ely Lodge - London
Loftus, Hon. Lord Viscount, Ely Lodge - London
Maude, Maurice, J.P., Lenaghan
Montgomery, Hugh, Crocklean
Montgomery, Mrs., Oakfield
Moore, George, Innishmore Island, Drumbad
Morphy, H. M.
McDonald, John, Wellington Place
Owen, John Barr
Richardson, Henry Mervyn, Rossfad
Saunderson, Major
Smith, E., J.P.
Weir, Thomas, Hall Craig
Wilkin, James, M.D., Carracreagh
Wilson, Daniel, Thomastown
Wood, John A., Willoughby Place

Clergy and Professional

Bagot, E., M.D., surgeon
Ball, William, Church Street, postmaster
Bradshaw, Rev. John S., Letterbreen
Clarke, Rev. John S., Letterbreen
Collum, Archibald, attorney, Main Street
Collum, John, attorney, Bellview
Dane, William Auchinleck, attorney, Dublin
Graham, John, attorney, Darling Street
Gray, Roderick, C.S., Willoughby Place
Jones, A., attorney, Darling Street
Keys, Robert, attorney, Fort Lodge
Kiernan, J., M.D., and surgeon, Darling Street
Maclatchy, Rev. A. Cooper, M.A., The Hill
Mills, C. A., professor of music, Darling Street
McMeel, Rev. L., archdeacon
Reade, Rev. L. G., J.P., Levelly Glebe
Rodgers, Robert, surgeon, Ann Street
Rudd, Rev. R., Lisbellaw
Steele, Rev. William, Portora House
Walsh, R. P., M.D., J.P., surgeon, Darling Street
Whittaker, Rev. Mark, Willoughby Place
Wilson, Rev. John, Derrybrusk

Traders &c.

Annon, E., butcher, Diamond
Armstrong, William, pawn broker, Church Street
Arthur, Wm., grocer and ironmonger, High Street
Ball, John, carpenter, Tonystick
Bannon, J., leather merchant and shoemaker, Townhall Street
Beattie, Robert, saddle and harness maker, East Bridge Street
Beatty, Mrs., bonnet maker, Darling Street
Bell, William, druggist, Church Street
Bigham, The Misses, pawnbrokers, East Bridge Street
Black, George, grocer and seedsman, High Street
Bleakley, John, butcher, Darling Street
Bradshaw, Hugh, & Co., timber merchants, East Bridge Street

Bready, Patrick, general clothier, Water Street
Brennan, Ellen, spirit dealer, Tonystick
Brennan, James, clothes broker, Main Street
Brennan, Thomas, clothes broker, Main Street
Brown, James, clothes broker, Main Street
Busby, Joseph, blacksmith, Tonystick
Campbell, Edward, boot and shoe maker, Strand
Campbell, William, cabinet maker, Ann Street
Carleton, Thomas, spirit dealer, Down Street
Carson, Mary J. & R., milliners, High Street
Cassidy, Andrew, grocer and meal store, High Street
Clarke, Samuel, British Commercial Life Insurance Office, and manager of Ulster Bank, Darling Street
Clegg, Robert, builder, Darling Street
Cooney, William, publican, High Street
Cooney, W., draper, &c., High Street
Copeland, Hugh, draper, Townhall Street
Corrigan, Patrick, butcher
Costello, James, butcher, Eden Lane
Coulter, James, grocer, baker and confectioner, Hollow
Coulter, William, grocer, baker and confectioner, Main Street
Cox, Mark, cooper, Tonystick
Crooke, Thomas, boot and shoe maker, Eden Street
Crowe, Thomas, painter, Darling Street
Darragh, Alexander J., baker, Church Street
Darragh, George, baker, Church Street
Davis, A. J., straw bonnet maker, Castle Street
Donnelly, Daniel, butcher, High Street
Donnelly, Patrick, butcher, High Street
Drennan, James, spirit and porter dealer, Tonystick
Dundass, James, draper, Darling Street
Durnian, Michael, boot and shoe maker, Schoolhouse Lane
Elliott, Thomas, inn keeper, Ann Street
Fairis, Patrick, butcher
Feely, George, blacksmith, Brook Street
Fisher, John, publican, Barrack Street
Flanigan, James, Ann Street
Forster, Archibald, spirit and porter dealer, Townhall Street
Fox, Michael, coach builder, Townhall Street
Frith, Alexander, fishing tackle dealer and grocer, East Bridge Street
Frith, Ann, dress maker, Belmore Street
Frith, J. H., builder, Tonystick
Frith, ?, miller, Millview
Frith, William, builder, Tonystick
Gallagher, John, butcher, Tonystick
Gallogly, John, Fairview
Gamble, Mary, spirit dealer, Barrack Street
Gamble, Edward, grocer, Ann Street
Gibson, F., straw bonnet maker, Courthouse Yard
Gibson, R., boot and shoe maker, Main Street
Glenn, R., spirit dealer, East Bridge Street
Goddard, J., hair dresser, Darling Street
Gonigle, D., painter and glazier, Queen Street
Gonigle, Hugh, carpenter, Main Street
Gordon, Robert, grocer and ironmonger, Townhall Street
Gordon, Thomas, grocer, Church Street
Graham, Mrs. James, grocer and ironmonger, Darling Street
Graham, Gerard, Family Hotel, East Bridge
Gunning, J., druggist and wine merchant, Darling Street
Halfpenny, John, provision merchant, High Street
Halliday, Alexander, Dromard
Hamilton, James, printer, Townhall Street
Harnan, P., coach builder, Belmore Street
Harrison, Mrs., grocer, Belmore Street
Hill, Alexander, grocer, Tonystick
Hoey, William, tailor, Belmore Street
Hughes, Thomas, baker, Darling Street
Hurles, Mrs. James, cutler, East Bridge Street
Ingram, ?, spirit dealer, Ann Street
Innis, Edward H., wine and spirit merchant, Schoolhouse Lane
Irvine, John, gunsmith, East Bridge Street
Johnston, Thomas & John, merchants, High Street
Johnston, Wm., East Bridge Street
Keenan, James, spirit dealer, Down Street
Keenan, Patrick, pawn broker, Darling Street
Kelly, George, tailor, Barrack Street
Kerr, John, grocer and haberdasher, High Street
Kerr, R. & R., merchants, Main Street
Kirkpatrick, M., earthenware dealer, Church Street
Kittson, George, draper, Townhall Street
Kyle, Thomas, spirit dealer, Ann Street
Leeth, William, auctioneer and general valuator, Townhall Street
Lemon, John, grocer, coal merchant & ironmonger, East Bridge Street
Leonard, E., cabinet maker, Wesley Street
Leonard, Henry, tailor, Eden Lane
Leonard, J., boot and shoe maker, East Bridge Street
Little, Nehemiah, spirit dealer, Church Street
Love, Terence, boot and shoe maker, Shamble Square
Lowry, George, tanner, Tonystick
Lucy, Mervyn, publican, Tonystick
Lyons, John, Mill Street
Magahy, John, earthenware dealer, Eden Lane
Magoven, Hugh, butcher, Henry Street
Maguire, J., draper, High Street
Maguire, John, spirit dealer, Main Street
Maguire, J., whitesmith, Paget's Lane
Malaam, George, gas works, Belmore Street
Martin, John, spirit dealer, Main Street
Martin, Patrick, cooper, Cole's Row
Martin, P., spirit dealer, High Street
Mehan, T., butcher, Galbraith's Row
Molyneux, John, ironmonger, watch maker & jeweller, High Street
Monaghan, J., spirit dealer, Townhall Street
Morrison, J., baker and confectioner, Darling Street
Mossman, ?, spirit store, Brook Street
Muldoon, Wm., Bridge Street
Murphy, D., whitesmith, Brook Street
McCormick, William, spirit dealer, Hollow
McDonald, Matthew, clothes broker, East Bridge Street
McElgun, James, spirit dealer, Ann Street
McGinn, Patrick, grocer, Darling Street
McKeague, Thomas, boot and shoe maker, Darling Street
McKeague, Samuel, spirit dealer, Down Street
McLean, G., saddler
McNeilly, Catherine, bonnet maker, Darling Street
Nelson, R., painter and glazier, Main Street
Nelson, R., watch maker and jeweller, East Bridge Street
Noble, Hamilton, Brook Street
Nolan, E., auctioneer, Windmill Hill
O'Brien, Francis, spirit dealer, Darling Street
O'Brien, John, grocer and leather seller, Main Street
O'Donnell, W., spirit dealer, Coleshill
Ovens, John, spirit dealer, Henry Street
Parkinson, Misses, plumbers, Townhall Street
Plunkett, Thomas, grocer and druggist, High Street
Polson, T. R. J., book seller, printer, publisher and insurance agent, Wellington Place
Preston, C., grocer, Darling Street
Pierce, Henry, slater, painter and glazier, Wellington Street (as Price in 1861)
Quinton, John, grocer, Church Street
Quinton, William, Wellington Place
Rankin, T., cooper, Schoolhouse Lane
Robinson, James, carpenter, Darling Street
Robinson, W. & B., drapers, High Street
Scollan, P., butcher, Commons
Scollan, T., butcher, Darling Street
Sharkey, Daniel, butcher, Tonystick
Smith, Richard, gunsmith, Main Street
Ternan, O., apothecary, Main Street
Thompson, Wm., butcher
Tickel, Wm., plumber, East Bridge Street
Trimble, William, book seller, printer and publisher, East Bridge Street
Trotter, Mrs., boarding house, Willoughby Place
Verner, Thomas, grocer, meal and flour store, Main Street
Watt, William, carpenter, Belmore Street
Welch, D., photographer, Willoughby Place
White, Wm., veterinary surgeon
Whitley, Brothers, general merchants, High Street
Williamson, Robert, grocer, Head Street
Willis, George, White Hart Hotel, and Imperial Hotel, Townhall Street
Willoughby, Edward, baker, Darling Street
Wilson, Margaret, dress maker, Castle Street

GILFORD

          Is a post town in County Down, fourteen miles North from Newry, and five miles N.W. from Banbridge; pleasantly situated at the Eastern verge of the County, on the River Bann, and on the road to Tandragee and Portadown. The town lies on both sides of the river, and is crossed by a stone bridge with two arches. The spinning of flax, and the manufacture of linen thread, together with bleaching, are carried on extensively by the Messrs. Dunbar, McMaster & Co., who give employment to upwards of 2,000. The linen manufacture is also largely carried on here by Messrs. W. Spotten & Co. The neighbourhood is famous for its bleach greens, and the beautiful country by which they are surrounded. The canal from Lough Neagh to Newry, passes within half a mile of the town, and on its banks, at the Madden Bridge, are a wharf and warehouses. Petty Sessions are held on every third Tuesday, and a Constabulary Police station is in the town. The places of worship are - the Parish Church of Tullylish (an elegant and spacious building), a Presbyterian Church, a Wesleyan Church, a Roman Catholic chapel. Gilford gives the title of Baron to the Earl of Clanwilliam. There is a station of the Dublin and Belfast Junction Railway Company one mile from the town; and one of the Banbridge Junction a mile and a half from the town. Population in 1861, 2,892.

Post-Office - Miss Jamison, postmistress

Places of Worship

Established Church, Tullylish - Rev. T. H. Atkins, rector; Rev. J. Harding, curate
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Wm. Gordon
Presbyterian Church, Tullylish - Rev. Jas. Cargin
Presbyterian Church, Newmills - Rev. Jas. Orr
Wesleyan Methodist Church - Ministers, various
Roman Catholic Chapel, Tullylish - Rev. John Byrne, P.P., and F. McGloughlan, C.C.

Public Institutions

Northern Bank (branch) - John Batt, Esq., manager. Open on Tuesdays and Fridays
Young Men's Mutual Improvement Society - J. W. McMaster, Esq., J.P., patron; Henry McBride, surgeon, &c., president; H. D. McMaster, Esq., vice-president; H. I. Crossle, Esq., hon. secretary
National School - James Parker and Sarah Thompson, teachers
National School, Dunbarton - Hugh Martin and Elizabeth McConnell, teachers; infant school, Caroline Martin, teacher
Fever Hospital, Dunbarton - Henry McBride, surgeon and apothecary

Clergy, Gentry &c.

Bell, James, Tullylish
Byrne, Rev. John, P.P., Tullylish
Cargin, Rev. James, Tullylish
Dawson, Joseph, Moyallen
Dickson, Benjamin, J.P., Banbridge
Dickson, James, Elmfield
Falkner, E. R., Woodbank
Gordon, Rev. Wm., The Manse
Harding, Rev. J., Riversdale
Haughton, Thomas, Banford House
Herron, Henry, Market Street
Martin, John, Banbridge Street
Mercier, W. T., Moyallen
Mullan, George, Glen Mills, Mountpleasant
McBride, Henry, surgeon and apothecary
McGloughlan, Rev. F., C.C., Tullylish
McMaster, J. W., J.P., Dunbarton House
McMaster, H. D., Dunbarton House
Orr, Rev. J., Newmills
Philips, Miss, Moyallen (Phelps, Joseph in 1861)
Purdon, Mrs., Stramore Lower
Richardson, John Grubb, Moyallen
Uprichard, Wm., Bannvale
Uprichard, H. J., Moyallen
Watson, Hugh, Stramore House

Trades &c.

Allen, Jane, spirit dealer, Mill Street
Aston, Archibald, saddler, Mill Street
Armour, Henry, grocer, Victoria Street
Barr, Patrick, tinsmith, Mill Street
Baxter, ?, tinsmith, Dunbar Street
Branigan, Edward, baker, Dunbar Place
Brennan, Bernard, steam scutch mills
Brown, J. B., Dunbarton

Byrne, Mrs., Clanwilliam Arms Hotel, Mill Street
Cochrane, Hugh, Bachelor Place
Cole, Robert, Dunbarton
Conlan, Charles, blacksmith, Banbridge Street
Co-operative Society, Dunbarton
Crawford & Co., linen merchants, Glenbana
Crossle, H. J., Bann View Terrace
Cullens, Richard, spirit dealer, Market Square
Dale, Abraham, Bann View Terrace
Deery, Henry, baker and spirit dealer, Mill Street
Doak, James, pawnbroker, Castle Street
Downey, Miss, dress maker, Victoria Street
Duffy, Peter, spirit dealer & grocer
Dunbar, McMaster & Co., flax spinners, linen thread manufacturers, linen merchants, and bleachers
Fox, Terence, grocer and spirit dealer
Frazer, Thomas, manager for Messrs. Dunbar McMaster & Co.
Getgood, William, haberdasher, Market Square
Greer, William, carpenter, Victoria Street
Graham, James, Victoria Street
Hall, James, Victoria Street
Hamilton, Joseph, Lakeview Terrace
Hazleton, Benjamin, Victoria Street
Hillis, Joseph, Mill Street
Hughes, Wm., haberdashery, &c., Dunbarton
Hunter, John, haberdasher and clothier, Victoria Street
Kennedy, Henry, grocer and spirit dealer, Victoria Street
Kennedy, J., & Sons, merchant tailors and general outfitters, Victoria Street
Kennedy & Sons, merchant tailors, Dunbar Place
Kinley, John, victualler, Mill Street
Law, Samuel, flax spinner, Hazlebank
Lockhart, Robert, linen merchant, Clare
Maguire, John, grocer and spirit dealer, Victoria Street
Martin, Hugh, school master
Muldrew, John, tailor, Victoria Street
Mullan, George & Co., flour mills
Murray, William, grocer, Market Square
McConnell, Joseph, spirit dealer, Mill Street
McConnell, Hugh, pawn broker and clothier, Victoria Street
McCullough, Thomas, Bann View Terrace
McGuiness, Edward, dealer in old clothes, Market Square
McGuinness, John, pawn broker
McKee, Mrs., grocer, Market Square
Phillips, James, grocer and spirit dealer, Victoria Street
Sayers, John, Victoria Street
Shaw, James, grocer, &c., Victoria Street
Sibbett, James, Lake View
Simpson, J., posting establishment, Dunbarton
Smith, Miss, boot and shoe shop, Victoria Street
Spotten, Wm. & Co., linen manufacturers and bleachers
Strain, John, grocer, &c., Victoria Street
Thompson, Samuel, grocer and spirit dealer, and harness maker, Victoria Street
Thompson, Thomas, grocer and spirit dealer
Uprichard, J. T. & H., linen merchants & linen bleachers,
Springvale and Millpark
Valentine, William, Falls' View
Whiteside, Wm., grocer, Victoria Street

Conveyances

Railway Station, one mile from Gilford. Cars run to Gilford and Banbridge on the arrival of each train, proprietor, Joseph Davison, of Madden Inn Hotel

GLENARM

       Is a picturesque town, in County Antrim, twenty five miles North from Belfast, on the road coastwise between Larne and Ballycastle. It is delightfully situated in a deep glen opening to the sea, and on the Glenarm River, which here flows into the bay of its name; it is crescented by bold, romantic, and imposing scenery, and at the distance of ten miles are the lovely villages of Cushendall and Cushendun. Glenarm Castle, now the beautiful seat of the Earl of Antrim, was for many years the residence of the McDonnells, Earls of Antrim, of whom Randal McDonnell, Marquis of Antrim, was attained during the Protectorate. The mansion is a noble quadrangular pile, embellished with minarets and surmounted by stately domes; the demesne is richly planted, and the grounds laid out with exquisite taste. Glenarm possessing these attractions, causes a considerable influx of visitors to it in the Summer season. The harbour, which is small, is chiefly frequented by vessels from the opposite coast of Scotland, which bring coal and take back grain, whiting, propwood, lime and limestone - of the latter, large quantities are exported by the Glenarm Mining and Lime Company to England as well as to Scotland. The places of worship are the Parish Church, Presbyterian and Methodist meeting houses, and a Roman Catholic chapel, within two miles of the town. The charitable institutions comprise a dispensary, and a school for the education of children of either sex. Fairs are held on 26th January, 26th may, 30th August and 29th October

Post-Office - S. Dick, postmaster. Letters from Dublin, Belfast, Carrickfergus, Larne &c., arrive at 10-35 a.m., & 8-30 p.m., from Ballymena, 11 a.m.; Ballycastle & Cushendall, 1-55 p.m.  Letters are despatched to Larne, Belfast, Dublin &c., 6-20 a.m., 1-55 p.m., to Cushendall and Ballycastle at 10-45 a.m.; and Ballymena, 1-40 p.m.

Places of Worship

Established Church - Rev. David C. Courtenay
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Hugh Waddel
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - ministers, various
Unitarian Church - Rev. James Calwell
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. P. Starkey

Public Institutions

Dispensary - Dr. John Sinclair Holden, surgeon
Police Station, Main Street - G. F. H. McClintock, sub inspector

Nobility, Gentry, Clergy &c.

Antrim, Earl of, Glenarm Castle
Calwell, Rev. James
Casement, Mrs. Julius
Courtenay, Rev. David C., Glebe
Disney, the Misses
Hamilton, Rev. Martin, Carnalbana
Holden, J. S., M.D.
Lang, The Misses
Maguire, Henry
McDonald, Alexander
McFarlane, J.
McKibben, The Misses

Parker, John
Starkey, Rev. Patrick
Stuart, Mrs
Waddel, Rev. Hugh

Traders &c.

Allen, William, grocer
Charles, Thomas, spirit dealer
Cobain, John, grocer and hardware merchant
Dunn, Bryan, grocer and butcher
Galbraith, Alexander, spirit dealer
Jenkins & Anderson, Antrim Arms Hotel
Lowry, Wm., leather cutter
Lusk, James, saddler
Mathews, Patrick, spirit dealer
McAuley, Alicia, haberdasher
McMullan, John, grain, iron and coal dealer
McMullin, Eliza, haberdasher
McNeile, A., baker and grocer
Offey, James, spirit dealer
Reid, Wm., of the Glenarm Mining and Lime Company
Thompson, William, carpenter
Wilson, John, grocer and draper
Wilson, Matthew, butcher

Conveyances

Mail car from the Post-Office to Larne every morning at 6-25. To Ballycastle a mail car from Antrim Arms Hotel, at 10-45 and goes through Cushendall and Cushendun. To Ballymena, a mail car from Antrim Arms Hotel, every day at 1-40 p.m. Mail car to Larne every day, at 2-10; the car returns to Glenarm at 8-30 p.m.

HILLSBOROUGH

          A market town, (formerly a Parliamentary borough) in County Down, ten miles from Belfast, on the road from Dublin to Belfast.  General Sessions of the Peace are held here twice a year, and Petty Sessions every second Saturday, in the Court-house. The Parish Church is a very elegant building, consisting of a nave and cross aisles; the tower, which is upwards of 100 feet high, and the steeple, 100 more, form together a beautiful and conspicuous object at a considerable distance; there are also two smaller towers at the sides. The interior corresponds with the exterior in neatness, is furnished with a good organ, and every window is adorned with stained glass. A monument by Nollekens, to the memory of Archdeacon Leslie, erected by the Marquis of Downshire, is worthy of notice; as also a monument erected by the present Marquis of Downshire to the memory of William E. Reilly, Esq., agent to the late Marquis. There are also two other handsome churches in the parish, built by the late Marquis, and one endowed by him; and there is one Presbyterian church. The charitable institutions are - a dispensary, a school for children of both sexes, conducted on the modern system of education, founded by the late Marquis, and a Sunday school, patronised by the Downshire family. The Downshire demesne is contiguous to the town - the mansion, garden and lawn being on the West side of it. On a hill at the Dromore side of the town is a splendid monument to the memory of the late Marquis of Downshire, erected by public subscription. Hillsborough Castle, now in ruins, on the demesne, was built in the reign of Charles I., and was afterwards constituted a Royal fort, of which the hereditary constableship is held by the present Marquis. King William the Third stopped here when passing on to Drogheda, and it was here he signed the Regium Donum grant to Presbyterian ministers. Hillsborough gives the inferior titles of Earl and Viscount to the Marquis of Downshire. The Savings' Bank was established in the year 1832, and the deposits exceed at present 19,000. The market is held on Wednesday; fairs, third Wednesday in each month. Population in 1861, 1,300.

Post-Office - Dr. William Boyd, postmaster. North of Ireland, Scotch, English and foreign mails arrive at 7 a.m. First general despatch at 10-15 a.m. Scotch letters despatched at 6-10 p.m. General despatch 8-35 p.m. Letters delivered at 7-30 a.m., 1 and 4 p.m.
Royal South Down Militia Depot - Captain James Balcombe, Adjutant; John McGroarty, Quartermaster
Fort and Castle Warder - Sergeant-Major Beckwith, Downshire office
Petty Sessions - Arthur Stanfield, clerk
Police Station - Francis J. Heath, County inspector; Somerset Keogh, sub-inspector; John McGavern, head-constable

Places of Worship

Established Church - Ven. Walter B. Mant, Archdeacon of Down, rector
St. John's Established Church - Rev. Howard B. St. George
Presbyterian Church - Rev. G. H. Johnston

Public Institutions

National School - Mr. McCrory, teacher
Hillsborough Schools - James Reid, Miss Reid, and Miss Corry, teachers
Dispensary - Ballynahinch Street - William Boyd, physician
Gas Works - William Walker, manager
Markets - Thomas Crozier, weigh master
Savings Bank - Open on Wednesdays

Nobility and Gentry

Balcombe, Captain James, Ballynahinch Street
Bissett, Hugh, Park, Hillsborough
Clarke, Miss, Lisburn Street
Davis, Lennox T., Ogle's Grove Nursery
Downshire, Most Noble the Marquis of, Hillsborough Castle
Filgate, Fitzherbert, J.P., Ballynahinch Street
Grange, Mrs., Park Street
Green, John, Orrfield
Green, Jacob, Newport
Harper, Mrs., E. B., Park Street
Henderson, James, Millvale
Howe, Thomas S., Ballynahinch Street
Lutton, Samuel W., Square
Moorhead, The Misses, Main Street
Moreland, Mrs., Carnbane
Mulholland, S. K., J.P., Eglantine
Munro, Daniel, Wellington Lodge
McCluan, Mrs., Lisburn Street
McKnight, Matthew, Culcavey
Sands, William, Square
Spence, George E., Blundell Hill
Vaughan, James, Main Street
Wardhaugh, Mark, Park Street

Clergy and Professional

Boyd, William, M.D., surgeon
Croker, George, M.D., physician, Royal South Down Militia, Cromlyn Lodge
Henry, Wm. Tennent, assistant Co. surveyor
Johnston, Rev. G. H.
Manning, Robert, C.E., Dromantanty
Mant, Ven. Archdeacon W. B., Archdeaconry

Traders &c.

Bell, George, grocer, Lisburn Street
Buchanan, Moses, muslin agent, Square
Beaumont, Joseph, manager, Hillsborough Woollen Cloth Co. (Limited)
Brown, The Misses, school, Main Street
Cope, Alfred P., Castle Gardens
Creagan, C., spirit dealer, Main Street
Crozier, Thomas, watch maker, Inn Lane
Crothers, David, spirit dealer
Foots, John, nailer
Green, Ann, haberdasher
Green, Francis, Newport
Green, Samuel, Newport
Halliday, John, grocer
Halliday, Mrs., Square
Hamilton, Abel, blacksmith, Ballynahinch Street
Henderson, Robert, nailer
Ingram, George, boot and shoe maker
Ingram, James, boot and shoe maker and leather warehouse
Johnston, Robert, carpenter
Johnston, Robert, shoe maker
Kidd, Mrs., haberdasher
Keenan, John, color-sergeant, R.S.D. Militia
Lavery, Joseph, spirit dealer and grocer
Loughlin, Thomas, Plough Hotel, Square
Macaulay, George, general grocer
Magennis, George, grocer, Ballynahinch Street
Magowan, Roger, tailor
Murphy, Patrick, tailor
Murray, James, tailor
McAllister, James, buyer for Hillsborough Woollen Cloth Co. (Limited)
McKee, George, carrier
O'Hagan, John, tailor
Patterson, Hugh, grocer, Ballynahinch Street
Patterson, Samuel, haberdasher, Main Street
Rossborough, George, Inn Lane
Rice, Sergeant-Major R. S. D. Militia
Roe, Frederick, Corporation Arms Hotel
Scott, Thomas, baker and grocer, Main Street
Smith, John, baker and grocer, Lisburn Street

HOLYWOOD

         Is four and a quarter miles from Belfast, in Co. Down, and is remarkable as having been a place of some note since about the seventh century. In it was a monastery of the Franciscans, on the site of which are the ruins of the old church. Holywood is a particularly healthy locality, and widely known as a watering place. The walks along the shore and on the hills are very numerous, and command views of the finest scenery. Railway trains run every hour daily between Belfast, Holywood and Bangor, from 7 o'clock a.m. until 10 o'clock p.m. The hot and cold baths, owing to a desirable arrangement with the railway company, are both useful and convenient for Belfast people. The schools are admirably conducted. A very fine National School, erected by Professor Sullivan, LL.D., of the National Board, is an active operation under the direction of an excellent and numerous staff of teachers. Small steamers at all states of the tide are able to ply between Holywood and Belfast. The Literary and Scientific Society is a flourishing and useful institution. The Loan Fund issues about 30,000 annually, in weekly loans. Population in 1861, 2,422.

Post-Office - William Mill, postmaster
Town Commissioners, lately appointed under new Act - Captain Harrison, chairman; J. M. Higginson, J.P.; Henry Murney, John Power, Hugh Stewart, Wm. Armstrong, Jas. Johnston, Jas. Greenfield, A. Dunlop, M.D.; John Anderson; Thomas Porter, Clerk to Commissioners

Places of Worship

Established Church - Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Down; Rev. L. S. Kennedy, vicar
First Presbyterian Church - Rev. H. Henderson
Second Presbyterian Church - Rev. H. Osborne
Unitarian Church - Rev. C. J. McAlester
Wesleyan Chapel - Rev. Henry Price
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. J. O'Laverty, P.P., Ballymacarrett; Rev. J. Hickey, curate

Public Institutions

Schools - John Turpin's seminary, Hillbrook; Miss Stitt's, Mrs. Marshall's, Miss Thorn's ladies' school; Miss Mulligan's preparatory school, Bangor Road Church School House; Parochial National School; Sullivan's National School; ? Farrell's school, High Street
Literary and Scientific Society - the Lord Bishop of Down, president; council, Rev. Messrs. Kennedy, Henderson, McAlester, Osborne; W. Robertson, W. Browne, John Turpin; treasurer and secretary, W. H. Hamilton
Loan Fund - The Lord Bishop of Down, Rev. L. S. Kennedy, Rev. Henry Henderson, Rev. C. J. McAlester, Thomas Greg, J.P., Rev. Henry Osborne, John Hanson, trustees; Messrs. Armstrong and Johnston, clerks; Jas. Jackson, treasurer
Bible Depository - Miss Foster
Dispensary Committee - Rev. Henry Henderson, secretary; A. D. Dunlop, M.D., medical officer
Destitute Sick Society - Rev. H. Henderson, secretary
Gas Company (Limited) - J. Hunter, clerk; Hugh Rea, hon. secretary
Baths Company - David McCance, chairman; Robert Forsythe, secretary
Assembly and News Room -
Coastguard Station - Kinnegar - W. Roberts, Chief Boatman
Petty Sessions Court, held every alternate Monday; clerk, J. Magowan, res., Newtownards
Constabulary Station, High Street - Constable Watters

Residents

Alexander, James, St. Clair Lodge
Anderson, John, Hillbrook
Andrews, Miss, Hibernia Place
Angus, Miss, Marine Parade
Anketell, William R., J.P., Ardtulla
Armstrong, William, house proprietor and Loan Fund clerk, Shore Street
Armor, R., Hillbrook
Arundel, C. M., High Street
Ash, Miss, High Street
Ash, Mrs. George, High Street
Ashe, Mrs., Victoria Road
Ashmore, Mrs., Tudor House
Bain, John, Church Street
Ballagh, William, Ballymenoch
Barbour, Mrs., Shore Street
Barnet, Dr., Ardmore Terrace, High Holywood
Barry, J. B., High Street
Beattie, William, High Street
Bell, Mrs., Glenside Place
Berryhill, J., Kinnegar
Bigger, J., Victoria Road
Blackwood, John O'Reilly, Ballymenoch
Black, Dr. Christopher, Clermont
Bowden, James, Church Road
Bowen, M., Downshire Road
Boyd, James, Knocknagoney
Boyd, Mrs., Shore Street
Boyd, Mrs. D., Shore Road
Brown, John, jun., Fernbank
Buckley, M., Cultra House
Burns, Miss, Kinnegar
Butler, Andrew, Ballykeel
Cairns, Mrs., Marmion
Campbell, J., High Street
Campbell, Miss, Hibernia Place
Campbell, James, Crescent
Campbell, J., Craigavad
Carr, the Misses, High Holywood
Carse, Wm., teacher, Downshire Road
Carson, John, Shore Street
Carson, William, Walmer Terrace
Cavan, Mr., High Street
Chapman, Mrs., Shore Street
Chermside, Thomas, Marine Parade
Clawson, John, Knocknagoney
Clendinning, William, Kinnegar
Cochrane, William, High Street
Collins, Mrs.
Connolly, Mrs., Hibernia Place
Connor, James, Clanbrassil Villas, Cultra
Cooley, Alexander, Craigavad
Cordukes, Mrs., Tudor Hall
Corry, James, High Street
Currell, D., Tudor Hall
Davison, Richard, Clanbrassil Villas, Cultra
Dennison, R., High Street
Dennison, Robert F., Shore Street
Despard, W. F., Cultra
Dixon, Ann, Hibernia Place
Donnelly, Robert, Church Street
Duffield, Miss, Churchview
Dugan, J. J., High Street
Duncan, James, Hibernia Place
Dunlop, D., Spafield
Dunville, R. G., Redburn, Knocknagoney
Dunville, William, J.P., Richmond Lodge
Emerson, W., Victoria Road
Evans, Mrs., Kinnegar
Ewing, P., Glendhu
Ferguson, Samuel, Ballykeel
Ferrie, Professor, Marine Parade
Finlay, Alex., Walmer Terrace
Finlay, John, Clifden
Finlay, Mrs., Shore Street
Forde, John, Churchview
Fordyce, John, High Street
Forrest, A., Shore Street
Forrester, Alexander, High Street
Forsythe, Alexander, Walmer Terrace
Forsythe, Miss, The Hill, Ballykeel
Forsythe, Robert, Shore Street
Frackleton, Mrs., Kinnegar
Frazer, ?, teacher, Creighton's Green National School
Freytag, Jules, Cultra
Garner, Colonel, Garnerville
Gamble, J., High Street
Gedge, H., Churchview Cottage
Gilbert, John, High Street
Gilliland, W., Downshire Road
Gilmer, Mrs., High Street
Gordon, Mrs., Ballymenoch
Gore, Mrs., Glenside Place
Gray, James, farmer, Knocknagoney
Greenfield, John, Jackson Hall
Greenfield, A., High Street
Greer. J. M., Churchview
Griffen, Captain, Martello Cottage
Grimshaw, Mrs., Crescent
Grimshaw, N. W., Cultra
Grimshaw, O'D., Mertoun
Gunning, Henry, Craigavad
Guy, Mr., Hibernia Place
Halliday, W., Crescent
Hamilton, Wm. H., Rialto
Harkness, James, Churchview
Harris, Mrs., Kinnegar
Harrison, Henry, J.P., Holywood House
Harrison, Captain, Mertoun
Hartley, W., Martello Terrace
Henderson, John, The Kinnegar
Herdman, Mrs., Walmer Terrace
Heron, John, Maryfield
Hewett, James, Auburn Place
Higgins, Jane, Shore Street
Higginson, ?, Hibernia Place
Higginson, Miss, Victoria Terrace
Hill, G. L., Kinnegar
Holden, John, High Street
Hume, Mrs., High Street
Hunter, John, jun.
Hunter, Mrs., Marine Parade
Ireland, James, Oakley
Irwin, Jas., Ardmore Terrace, High Holywood
Isaacs, W. J., Bellevue
Jackson, George, Gardenvale
Jackson, James, Ballygrainey
Jamison, J., Shore Street
Jamison, John, High Street
Johnston, David, Churchview
Johnston, F., High Street
Johnston, R. S., Hibernia Place
Kamcke, Lewis, High Street
Kavanagh, J., Hibernia Place
Kennedy, John, Stewart's Place
Ker, James, High Street
Ker, Mrs., teacher, High Street
Langridge, William
Lavery, Mrs., Downshire Road
Lawrence, Mrs., Walmer Terrace
Ledlie, Mrs., Glenard, High Holywood
Lemon, A. D., Woodside
Lemon, James, Ardville
Linden, Mrs., Martello House
Lipsey, J., High Street
Lord, Mrs., Plasmerdyn
Loughead, H. W., Shore Street
Lynn, Miss, Hibernia Place
Lytle, James, Hibernia Place
Macaulay, Jasper, Marino
Magee, Robert, Bellevue
Magowan, S. J., Hibernia Place
Malcolm, William, Parkville
Malcomson, S., Marine Parade
Marshall, Mrs., Glen Cottage
Marshall, Mrs., Ardmore Terrace
Mautner, J., Marine Parade
Megaw, J., High Street
Megaw, Robert, Ardmore Terrace
Mewit, Edward, Churchview
Milford, Miss, Ardmore Terrace, High Holywood
Milford, T., Churchview
Milligan, Mrs., Kinnegar
Mitchell, Alexander, Rockport
Mitchell, C. C., Shore Street
Mitchell, W. S., Olinda
Moffett, Thomas, Loughview Cottage
Moore, James, J.P., Dalchoolin
Moore, Mrs., High Street
Moore, Mrs., Beechcroft Villas
Moore, S., Marino Cottage
Moore, W., Marine Parade
Mooreland, William, Croft Hall
Morrow, William, High Street
Mulholland, John, J.P., Craigavad
Mulholland, Miss, High Street
Munster, A. M., Bellevue
Munster, Paul L., High Street
Murdoch, Adam, High Street
Murdoch, Mrs., Crescent
Murdoch, Mrs., Church Road

Murney, Henry, Tudor House
McAffee, George, High Street
McAffee, John, Churchfield
McCance, David, Clifton
McCammon, Thomas, Tudor Villas
McCashin, H., High Street
McClelland, Mrs., Crescent
McClenaghan, R., Hibernia Place
McCutcheon, James, Craigavad
McDowell, Alexander, Ballydavy
McDowell, Mrs., High Street
McGeagh, Robert, Martello Terrace
McGee, J. G., Spafield
McGee, Samuel M., Marine Parade
McGlade, P., Churchview
McHinch, R., Bellevue
McIntyre, J., Martello Terrace
McKay, R., High Street
McLean, James, Plasmerdyn
McLorinan, C., The Croft
McMullan, Matthew, Churchfield
McNally, Miss, Marine Parade
McWilliams, Robert, Knocknagony
Neill, H. J., Rockport House
Neill, James, High Street
Neill, John, Beechcroft Villas
Neill, Miss, Burnleigh
Nicholson, J., landsteward, Ballymenoch
Nicholson, R., Bellevue
Orr, Miss, High Street
Osborne, G. H., Spafield
O'Brien, Thomas, High Street
O'Hayer, Francis, Hibernia Place
O'Neill, C., Shore Street
Parke, Mrs., Kinnegar
Parkes, W., artist, High Street
Patterson, George, High Street
Patterson, R. L., Fernbank
Patterson, Richard
Patterson, Robert, Marino
Patty, J., High Street
Patton, Hugh, Ballymenoch
Patton, Miss M., High Street
Patton, Samuel, Ballymenoch
Phillips, W. H., Lemonfield
Pim, E., Tudor Villas
Pollock, Mrs., Glenfield Place
Porter, T., Shore Street
Power, John, Church Street
Praegar, William, Crescent
Quin, ?, Marine Parade
Rea, Francis, Croft Cottage
Read, Daniel, Millmoat
Read, R., Millmoat
Roberts, W., Marino
Robinson, F. J., Kinnegar
Robinson, Hugh, Victoria Terrace
Roberts, W., Marino
Rodman, W., Kinnegar
Rowley, Mrs.
Scanlon, J., Kinnegar
Scott, J. K., Riverston
Sefton, J. R., Hibernia Place
Shepherd, W., Glenside Place
Simms, Hugh, Ballykeel
Simms, Miss, Strand Street
Skinner, Captain, R.N., Ardmore Terrace
Sloan, Archibald, Cornwall Villas
Smith, Mrs., Bellevue
Smith, Dr., Victoria Road
Smith, Norman, High Street
Smith, T., Churchview
Smith, W. W., Hibernia Place
Speers, A., school teacher, Shore Street
Spotten, W., Ardilea, Craigavad
Stewart, Hugh, Cultra
Sullivan, Mrs., High Street
Sullivan, Captain D., Churchview
Thomas, P. W., Shore Street
Thompson, Mrs., Loughview
Thompson, Mrs., Kinnegar
Thorn, Mrs., ladies' seminary, Millbank
Turney, Mrs., Kinnegar
Turpin, John, M.A., seminary, Hillbrook
Vallelly, J., Victoria Road
Ward, John, Hillbrook
Ward, The Misses, Victoria Terrace
Ward, T., Shore Street
Ward, W. H., Cornwall Villas
Wetherall, William, Kinnegar
Weir, Gilbert, Kinnegar
Wheeler, C. C., Stewart's Place
Williamson, J., Ballykeel
Wilson, Guy S., High Street
Wilson, Mrs., Victoria Street
Wilson, W. G., Clermont
Wilson, W. W., Church Street
Yates, John, High Street

Clergy and Professional

Alder, Rev. Samuel, Fernbank
Carson, William, solicitor, Walmer Terrace, High Street
Dolan, Rev. Robert, Shore Street
Dorrian, Dr., Roman Catholic Bishop
Dunlop, Dr. A., Dispensary House
Gabbey, J., surgeon, High Street
Henderson, Rev. Henry, Glenside
Johnston, T. B., solicitor, Clermont
Kennedy, Rev. L. S., Glebe
Knox, Right Rev. Dr., Lord Bishop of Down and Connor and Dromore, The Palace
Marshall, Dr. J. D., Shore Street
Monk, Dr., Shore Street
McAlester, Rev. C. J., Beechcroft House
McKissack, Mrs., teacher of music, Churchview
McLean, James, solicitor, Plasmerdyn
Oliver, Rev. John, Church Street
Osborne, Rev. Henry, High Street
Oulton, Rev. Richard, High Street

Traders &c.

Anderson, A. & T., tailors, Church Street
Anderson, James, tailor, Ballykeel
Anderson, John, spirit dealer, High Street
Anderson, Mrs., Bangor Hotel
Anderson, Miss, dress maker, Churchview
Anderson, Mrs., Churchview
Bailey, John, carpenter, Churchview
Ballagh, John, coal yard, High Street
Barron, R., painter, Stewart's Place
Barry, John, smith, High Street
Boyd, The Misses, grocers
Boyd, Mrs., inn keeper
Brown, Mrs., Ballydavey
Burns, Patrick, hotel, High Street
Butler, John, grocer and baker, High Street
Butler, Mrs., lodging house, Shore Street
Cantrell, T. J., Medical Hall
Carson, Rowley, grocer
Carson, Miss, milliner, &c., High Street
Carswell, J., tailor, Craigavad
Clarke, Samuel, car driver, High Street
Collins, Mrs., dress maker, Church Street
Cunningham, David, hotel, High Street
Doggart, Isaac, bailiff, High Street
Dunbar, Mrs., dress maker, Church Street
Dunwoody, Mrs., washer woman
Dunwoody, W., coal agent, Church Street
Ellison, W., watch maker, Shore Street
Epperson, John, boatman
Farrelly, J., Belfast Hotel
Fisher, G., confectioner, Marine Parade
Foster, Miss, stationer &c.
Gardner, Robert, lodging house, High Street
Graham, Francis, painter, High Street
Graham, William, painter, High Street
Greacen, E., grocer, &c., High Street
Hamilton, R., saddler
Heslop, Mrs., dress maker, High Street
Irwin, David, bailiff, Victoria Road
Jamison, ?, baker, Shore Street
Johnston, James, grocer, High Street
Johnston, James, loan fund clerk
Johnston, J., cabinet maker, High Street
Kennedy, Susan, dress maker, High Street
Lattimer, Mrs., dress maker, High Street
Lemon, Henry, grocer, High Street
Lenaghan, Robert, car driver, High Street
Lennox, David, tax collector
Lennox, Miss, dress maker, High Street
Lindsay, Thomas, carter, Churchview
Little, John, plumber, High Street
Little, Mrs., milliner, Shore Street
Long, Mrs., dress maker
Love, Wm., grocer, Church Street
Magrath, J., hotel, High Street
Megahey, A. H., gasfitter, High Street
Mill, William, stationer, Shore Street
Moffett, G., grocer, Shore Street
Montgomery, Miss, haberdasher, Church Street
Moore, Samuel, builder, Downshire Road
McCann, George, dealer, High Street
McCutcheon, Samuel, tailor, High Street
McDowell, Patrick, shoe maker, High Street
McIlroy, W., grocer, High Street
McKibben, E., dress maker, Morrow's Lane
McMurray, J., spirit dealer, High Street
McNally, James, car driver, High Street
Nimmick, Wm., carpenter and builder, High Street
Nixon, Mrs., shoe shop, High Street
O'Brien, J., haberdasher, High Street
O'Kane, T., haberdasher, Church Street
O'Neill, H., carpenter and builder, Church Street
Patterson, John, carpenter, Church Street
Patton, D., smith, Strand Street
Patton, David, shoe maker, High Street
Patty, John, butcher, High Street
Perry. George, grocer, High Street
Pink, Miss, dress maker, Shore Street
Purvis, J., saddler
Rea, James, carter, Church Street
Richey, Mrs., milliner, &c., High Street
Robinson, G., poulterer, High Street
Ross, Mrs., lodgings, High Street
Sedgwick, J., shoe maker, Church Street
Shipp, Daniel, Kinnegar Hotel
Smith, Miss, milliner
Spence, John, butcher, High Street
Stevenson, Miss, milliner, Shore Street
Sullivan, J., carpenter, Churchview
Taggart, James, warehouseman, Hibernia Place
Taylor, W., bookkeeper, Church Street
Usher, Mrs., lodgings, Cultra
Vance, Miss, milliner, High Street
White, J., High Street
Wilson, Martha McG., provision store and grocery, High Street
Wilson, Mrs., High Street
Wilson, T., shoe maker, High Street
Withers, James, Railway Hotel, Hibernia Place
Woods, Peter, gardener, Church Street
Wright, J., shoe maker, High Street
Young, John, cart maker, High Street

  [For list of Car Fares, Luggage Porters' Charges, Boatmen's Charges, and Regulations for bathing, see Commissioners' Bye-Laws posted up at Holywood.]

KEADY

          Is a small market and post town six miles S.S.W. from Armagh, situated on the River Callan, on the road to Castleblayney. It has been placed under the Towns' Improvement Act since Jan., 1862. The manufacture of linen is carried on to a considerable extent in the neighbourhood, and in the town are three flax spinning mills and three corn mills immediately adjoining. The places of worship are the Episcopal Church, churches for Presbyterian and Wesleyan Methodists, and a Roman Catholic chapel. The town was first lighted with gas on 20th February 1853. A Young Men's Society, with a good library, has been established, and public lectures are delivered monthly. Markets for corn are held on Monday and Thursday, and on Friday for general commodities. Fairs, the second Friday in every month. Population in 1861, 1,566.

Post-Office - Thomas Small, master. Letters from Dublin and all parts of the South, likewise from England, arrive every morning at 6, and are despatched every morning at 8, and every evening at 8. Letters from Scotland, via Armagh, arrive every day at 3, and are despatched every morning at 9, and every evening at 8 p.m.
Petty Sessions every alternate Thursday
Magistrates - John Douglass, W. Kirk, John R. Irwin, and Wm. M. Kirk
Constabulary Station - John McCaughen, constable

Places of Worship

Established Church - Rev. R. Oulton, rector
First Presbyterian Church - Rev. Henry W. Carson, D.D.
Second Presbyterian Church - Rev. Geo. Steen
Wesleyan Chapel - ministers, various
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. P. Kelly, P.P.

Public Institutions

Northern Bank Branch - Open on market days
National Schools - W. J. Glasgow and Miss Potts
Church Education Society's School - Joseph Thompson and Mrs. McAdam, teachers
Roman Catholic School - Edward Quinn and Mrs. Quinn, teachers

Clergy and Professional

Burns, Rev. W.
Carson, Rev. Henry W., D.D.
Dobbin, John, surgeon
Kelly, Rev. P., P.P.
Kirk, William, J.P., Annvale
Larkin, Rev. T. J.
Lepper, John, M.D., surgeon to dispensary and fever hospital; also chairman of Town Commissioners
McCrea, James, surgeon
Oulton, Rev. Richard, rector
Steen, Rev. George

Traders &c.

Andrews & Kean, rope makers
Anderson, James, joiner
Barret, Patrick, baker and grocer
Bell, D., beam master
Bell, David, grocer
Boyle, James, shoe maker
Boyle, Peter, buyer
Campbell, James, painter and glazier
Campbell, Jane, hotel keeper
Campbell, Samuel, grocer
Campbell, Thomas, grocer
Campbell, Thomas, spirit dealer and posting establishment
Cairns, Patrick, brogue maker
Clark, A., spirit dealer and post car establishment
Conry, John, sen., grocer
Conry, John, grocer and spirit dealer
Cowan, Andrew, cattle dealer
Cunningham, John, blacksmith
Davison, Miss, haberdasher
Devlin, Peter, buyer
Dougherty, Patrick, tinsmith
Dougherty, James, brogue maker
Eccles, J. & J., haberdashers and undertakers
Eccles, H., spirit and provision dealer
Eccles, Robert & John, grocers and seedsmen
Feighan, Felix, grocer
Feighan, James, haberdasher and draper
Feighan, John, shoe maker
Freeland, S., grocer
Gallagher, William, saddler
Gallagher, Miss, dress maker
Gibson, Joseph, spirit dealer and grocer
Gillespie, John, civil bill officer
Ginnery, John, brogue maker
Gollagly, Denis, tailor
Gorman, Terence, cooper
Graham, Joseph, woollen draper
Grant, John
Gray, The Misses, haberdashers
Hagan, James, surveyor
Halliday, John, boat builder
Hart, Thomas, marine store keeper
Hayes, James, boot maker
Heanon, J., butcher
Hollywood, Patrick, baker
Hughes, John, haberdasher

Hughes, Michael, butcher
Huston, Peter, baker and grocer
Johnston, Wm., boat builder
Kelly, Arthur, spirit dealer and grocer
Kelly, Henry, tailor
Kerr, John, grocer, spirit dealer, and lemonade manufacturer
Kidd, Wm. D., grocer and spirit dealer
Kilpatrick, Jane, grocer
Lee, William, saddler
Mallon, J., blacksmith
Mills, W., butcher
Moan, P., spirit dealer
McAfee, Mrs., muslin agent
McArdle, Felix, grocer
McAughey, James, letter carrier
McAteer, Patrick, blacksmith
McBride, Joseph, grocer and baker
McBride, William, grocer and delf dealer
McCabe, Samuel, painter and glazier
McCarter, Patrick, tailor
McCarde, Bernard, marine store keeper
McCleery, Wm., scripture reader to 2nd Presbyterian congregation
McCudden, Patrick, bakery
McElroy, J., muslin agent
McEichiston, Hugh, public carrier
McEwen, J., grocer
McGaughey, William, tailor
McGivin, James, butcher
McGrath, John, grocer and spirit dealer
McGroary, George, brogue maker
McGroary, James, bailer
McGroary, Philip, brogue maker
McGuirk, John, painter and glazier
McIlroy, Mrs., dress maker
McKean, Sons & Co., flax spinners
McKee, Michael, victualler
McKinite, Patrick, shoe maker
McKinney, ?, spirit dealer
McLelland, Miss, dress maker
McMurdy, J., boot maker
Nicholson, Francis & John, grocers
Nicholson, William, grocer, delf dealer, &c.
Norris, Andrew, tinsmith
Nugent, Edwin, marine store keeper and car owner
Nugent, James, tailor
Nugent, William, public carrier
Quinn, E., clerk to commissioners
Rafferty, Thomas, blacksmith and spirit dealer
Reaney, John, joiner
Reid, William, town serjeant
Rice, Patrick, tinsmith
Rolston, Thomas, painter and glazier
Scott, John, slater and plasterer
Semple, William, slater and plasterer
Shaw, James, joiner
Short, Terence, spirit dealer and grocer
Simon, Thomas, tax collector
Small, Thomas, woollen draper
Smith, William John, boat builder
Smyth, R., muslin agent
Stewart, John, roper
Taylor, Thomas, shoe maker
Thompson, Edward, sheriff's officer
Thompson, J., boot maker
Thompson, Joseph, clerk of P.S.
Thompson, Mrs., haberdasher
Thompson, Wm., slater and plasterer
Turtentin, Miss, dress maker
Trainer, Patrick, gunsmith and watch maker
Waddell, Robert, grocer
Walker, J., grocer
Walker, Miss, fancy warehouse
Wilson, George, shoe maker
Woods, Bernard, nailer
Woods, Owen, spirit dealer and car proprietor
Woods, Patrick, grocer and spirit dealer
Young, Thomas, tailor

Conveyances

A one horse car arrives at Keady from Castleblayney at 9 a.m., leaves at 9-15 a.m., arriving at Armagh in time for the train to Belfast at 10-30, returning by Keady at 3; a car leaves Keady at 9 p.m. (the above is the mail to Armagh); a two horse van arrives at Keady from Armagh at 12 a.m.; arrives in Castleblayney at 1-30 a.m., in time for the train to Dublin; returns by Keady at 3-30 p.m. to Armagh; also, a one horse car arrives in Keady at 3 o'clock, carrying the mid day mail.

KILKEEL

        Is a small thriving town in the Barony of Mourne, about fourteen and a half miles from Newry, and nearly half a mile from the open coast. A new Pier, capable of admitting vessels of 14 feet draught is in course of erection, near the River Foot, which will be of great advantage as a fishing station. There is a neat Church, a Presbyterian church, and a Moravian Meetinghouse. There is a market house, and the Kilmorey Arms Hotel. On the Eastern side of the town, beyond the bridge leading to Newcastle, are the ruins of the old church and its church yard. There is a market every Wednesday, a flax market every Tuesday, and a fair the first Wednesday of every month. Petty Sessions Court is held the first Tuesday in each month. There are free schools, supported solely by the trustees of the Earl of Kilmorey and the rector of the parish. The Belfast Banking Company have opened a branch, and erected a handsome and commodious building for their office.

Post-Office - Henry Vaughan, postmaster

Places of Worship

Parish Church - Rev. John Forbes Close, rector; Rev. E. O'Brien Pratt, curate
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Samuel Mateer
Presbyterian Church - Rev. George Nesbitt
Moravian Meeting House - Rev. ? Elliott
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. George Maguire and Rev. John McWilliams

Public Institutions

Belfast Bank - James Alexander, manager
Kilkeel Union Workhouse - Chairman, Earl of Roden; vice chairman, Thomas Gibson Henry, J.P.; matron, Miss Martin; chaplains - Established Church, Rev. Edward O'B. Pratt; Presbyterian, Rev. George Nesbitt; Roman Catholic, Rev. G. Maguire, P.P.  Board Day, Monday
Free School - ? McTear and Miss McConnell, teachers; infant school, Miss Maria McConnell, teacher

Gentry, Clergy &c.

Alexander, James, Belfast Bank
Anderson, Charles James, medical officer, Kilkeel Dispensary; registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths for Kilkeel district
Barker, William, M.D., The Fort
Brown, John, "the House that Jack Built," Glassdrummond
Burnside, Rev. Samuel, Annalong
Chesney, Major General, Packolet
Close, Rev. J. F., Mourne Rectory
Dudgeon, Rev. Alexander, Annalong Cottage
Elliott, Rev. ?
Gaubert, Captain, Dunaman House
Hayden, Mrs., Greenfield
Henry, Thomas Gibson, J.P., Mourne Abbey
Henry, John Quin, Eastwood
Keating, Rev. James, Lower Mourne
Lewis, Miss.
Mateer, Rev. Samuel, The Manse
Moore, Mrs.
Moore, Miss, Shannon Grove
Moore, John, Moore Lodge
Moore, Miss, Cranfield
McIlwaine, Mrs.
McIlwaine, The Misses
McIlwaine, James, Cranfield
McNeilly, James, Glassdrummond
Nesbitt, Rev. George, Springfield
Ramsay, Captain, J.P., Mourne Park
Senior, Mrs. Col., Glassdrummond House
Thompson, James K., J.P., Brakenagh House
Thompson, Stephen, Benagh
Thompson, Ross, Glassdrummond
Walmsley, Andrew, Riverside
Walmsley, James, Ballykeel
Walmsley, James, The Green
Waring, George, Lisnacree

Traders &c.

Annett, George, woollen draper
Annett, Jane, dressmaker
Annett, Margaret, dress maker
Bingham, James, school teacher
Boyd, John, book seller, stationer, and dealer in china, glass and hardware
Boyd, Mary, woollen draper
Boyd, Robert, watch maker and Petty Sessions clerk
Boyd, William, grocer and spirit dealer
Bragdon, Patrick, butter buyer and grocer
Burns, Michael, saddler
Byers, Robert, tailor
Campbell, Ann, haberdasher, &c.
Chambers, Mrs., dealer
Clarke, Neal, grocer
Clarke, William, saddler
Crory & Co., grocers and spirit dealers
Crutchley, Robert, woollen draper and spirit dealer
Cummin, Ann, haberdasher
Cunningham, James, butter buyer
Cunningham, John, woollen draper
Cunningham, J., painter and glazier
Cunningham, Patrick, grocer and leather dealer
Curragh, James, woollen draper
Curran, Daniel, baker
Dalzell, Robt., tailor and sewing machine agent

Donoughoe, James, turner
Doran, Arthur, Newcastle mail car
Doran, Hugh, blacksmith
Doran, Nicholas, saddler
Doran, Patrick, omnibus to Warrenpoint
Doyle, James, baker
Dunlop, Andrew, civil bill officer
Floyd, Wm., importer of timber, slates and coal; stores and kilns at Millbay; registrar of marriages
Forde, Robert, tailor
Foy, John, boot maker
Gills, Thomas, shoe maker
Graham, James, emigration agent
Graham, James, teacher
Graham, Thomas, clerk of the Union; superintendent registrar of Births, &c.
Graham, William, shoe maker
Hagan, James, baker, spirit dealer and grocer
Hamilton, William, painter
Hanna, Mrs., grocer
Harrold, John, blacksmith
Haughy, Hugh, mason
Henderson, John, spirit dealer, and importer of coals
Hill, Moses, spirit dealer
Irvine, John, shoe maker
Kelly, John
Kenmure, Robert, painter and glazier
Keown, James, shoe maker
Long, James, tinsmith
Mackintosh, James, relieving officer
Magee, Henry, shoe maker
Maginn, James, spirit dealer
Martin, Hugh, tailor
Martin, Matthew, baker and spirit dealer
Mathers, James, nailer
Miness, Mrs., spirit dealer and grocer
Morgan, Edward, carpenter and grocer
Morgan, James, spirit dealer, baker and grocer
Morgan, Patrick, grocer and spirit dealer
Morrow, Wm., superannuated coastguard officer
McCann, Hugh, shoe maker
McCarten, James, spirit dealer and grocer
McConvill, John, butcher
McCullough, George, blacksmith
McCullough, Mrs., grocer
McDowell, John, carpenter
McGowan, ?, grocer
McKee, Thomas, baker
McKibben, James, woollen draper
McKnight, George, carpenter, grocer, and spirit dealer
McKnight, William, sawyer
McVeagh, Hugh, butcher
McVeagh, James, saddler
Newell, Mrs., grocer
Nugent, C., milliner and haberdasher
Nugent, John, shoe maker
Orr, Francis, woollen draper
Orr, Miss, bonnet maker, &c.
O'Neill, Esther, sewing agent
O'Neill & Quinn, grocers
Ramsay, William, scripture reader
Reid, Misses, haberdashers and milliners
Rooney, Charles, tailor
Ross, Henry, baker
Russell, Hugh, saddler
Sergison, William, shoe maker
Shannon, Samuel, grocer, spirit merchant, &c.
Sloane, Ann, baker
Small, Peter, grocer
Sullivan, Michael, grocer
Vaughan, Henry, woollen draper
Walmsley, Hugh, saddler
Wightman, John, sexton
Wightman, John, tailor
Wilson, Andrew, carrier
Wilson, Thomas, grocer and carrier
Woods, Daniel, nailer
Woods, Michael, shoe maker
Woods, Samuel, Kilmorey Arms Hotel

Conveyances

A mail car leaves Newry at 4 a.m., and arrives at Kilkeel at 7 a.m.; a car leaves Kilkeel at 7-15 a.m. for Newcastle, carrying Annalong mail bag, and returns at 5-30 p.m.; cars leave Kilkeel at 7-30 a.m. for Warrenpoint, returning at 6-15 p.m.; a mail leaves Kilkeel at 11-15 a.m., and 6 p.m., for Newry; also, a one horse car arrives in Kilkeel at 3-15 from Newry, carrying the midday mail

KILLYLEAGH

        A market and seaport town, formerly a Parliamentary borough, in the County Down, about fifteen miles S.E. from Belfast, situated at the head of a creek on the West shore of Strangford Lough, on the road from Downpatrick to Newtownards. There is an extensive cotton and linen factory. The Hamiltons, created Lords of Clandeboye, and subsequently Earls of Cranbrassil, formerly resided in an ancient castle at one extremity of the town; it is now the residence of the Hamilton family, who, with Lord Dufferin, own the town and estate contiguous. The magistrates assemble in Petty Sessions every alternate Friday. The church is a handsome cruciform structure, with a tower, surmounted by a spire of good proportions. It was originally erected in 1640, and in 1812 was rebuilt. There are two Presbyterian churches, a Methodist and a Roman Catholic Chapel, and two National schools - one supported by the Dowager Lady Dufferin. Sir Hans Sloan, the celebrated naturalist and physician, was born here on the 16th April, 1660. The market is held on Friday; fairs April 10th and October 11th. The town contained in 1861, 1,086 inhabitants.

Post-Office, Front Street - Hugh S. Guiney, postmaster. Letters from Dublin and all parts of the South of Ireland, also from England, arrive every morning at a quarter to 8, and are despatched every afternoon at a half past 5. Letters from Belfast and the North of Ireland, also from Scotland, arrive every afternoon at a quarter past 4, and are despatched at a quarter to 8.

Places of Worship

Parish Church - Rev. E. Moeran, D.D., rector
First Presbyterian Church, Plantation Lane - Rev. Andrew Breakey
Second Presbyterian Church, Cow Street - Rev. A. McCreery
Primitive Methodist Chapel, Shore Street - Ministers, various
Roman Catholic Chapel, Irish Street -

Public Institutions

Bible Depository, Front Street - Robert Girvan, manager
National School in connexion with Second Presbyterian Congregation, Irish Street
National School - Robert Thompson and Matilda Louisa Frew, teachers
Reading Room and Library, Front Street
Stamp Office, Front Street - H. S. Guiney, distributor
Constabulary Station - Back Street

Nobility, Gentry, Clergy &c.

Bailie, James, D.L., J.P., Ringdufferin
Breakey, Rev. Andrew
Dufferin and Clandeboye Right Hon. Lord
Gordon, Rev. J. C., J.P., Dellamont
Hamilton, Gawn R. J., Killyleagh Castle
Hart, John, Ballymacannon House
Heron, Francis, Irish Street
Heron, James, Tullyverry House
Heron, Robert, J.P., Ardigon House
Hind, Joseph G., managing director Killyleagh Flax Spinning Co. (Limited)
Johnston, R., Ballywoollen House
Lowry, Thomas Kennedy, Ballytrim
Martin, John, Shrigley
McCreery, Rev. A.
Orr, Adam, surgeon, Front Street
Shaw, William C., surgeon and apothecary, Front Street
Shiel, R. G., M.D., and surgeon, medical officer of Dispensary
Thompson, Mortimer, agent to the Dufferin Estate

Traders &c.

Boyd, Ellen, dress maker, Downpatrick Street
Brown, Thomas, tailor, Back Street
Burns, John, leather & shoe shop, Downpatrick Street
Carey. S., grocer, Front Street
Carlisle, Robert, grocer, Shore Street
Cavert, John, carpenter, Tullyverry
Cleland & McKee, milliners, High Street
Clelland, S. & C., milliners, Front Street
Clelland, Catherine, spirit dealer, Front Street
Clelland, Thomas, jun., draper, front Street
Coulter, Andrew, grocer, Tullyverry
Craig, Mrs., milliner & haberdasher, Downpatrick Street
Craig, Mrs., milliner, Cow Street
Davidson, George, grocer and draper, Tullyverry
Davidson, Wm., woollen draper and grocer, Front Street
Dick, Hugh, grocer, Back Street
Dunphy, Henry, mason, Irish Street
Eakin, Sarah, dress maker, Cow Street
Field, Mary & Rose, haberdashers, Front Street
Field, Thomas, grocer and earthenware dealer, Front Street
Field William, boot and shoe maker, Irish Street

Field, John, jun., ship owner and timber merchant, Front Street
Flanagan, Hugh, gardener, Plantation Street
Frew, John, game keeper, The Cottage
Frew, The Misses, bonnet makers, The Cottage
Furey, Ann, spirit dealer
Furey, Francis, grocer
Furey, William, blacksmith, Cow Street
Geddis, Hamilton, spirit dealer and posting establishment
Gilmore, David, carpenter, Irish Street
Gilmore, Joseph, grocer & ship owner, Shore Row
Girven, Robert, shoe and leather seller, Front Street
Glass, John, land agent
Gordon, C., dress maker, Irish Street
Gordon, Mary, grocer, Front Street
Greer, David, carpenter, Irish Street
Guiney, Hugh S., draper, distributor of stamps, postmaster, Front Street
Hamilton, John, mason, Shore Street
Hamilton, George, mason, Back Street
Holland, James, tailor, Churchhill Street
Ingram, J., shoe maker, Shore Street
Irwin, Eliza, grocer, Front Street
Johnston, James, grocer and provision dealer, Sea Lodge
Keenan, Hugh, grocer, Back Street
Killyleagh Gas Co. (Limited), Capital 2,000
Killyleagh Mills' Co-Operative Society (Limited)
Lindsay & Sons, horticulturists and nurserymen, Killyleagh and Downpatrick
Madine, Robert, butcher, Front Street
Martin, A., grocer and haberdasher
Martin, John, flax and tow spinner, Killyleagh Mills
Melvin, John, grocer, Plantation Street
Milligan, Mary, spirit dealer, Cow Street
Morrison, Michael, baker, Downpatrick Street
Morrow, Alexander, tailor, Cow Street
Murland, John, blacksmith, Cow Street
McCausland, J., grocer and timber merchant
McCardwell, Robert, grocer, Irish Street
McConnell, J., dress maker, Irish Street
McConnell, John, carpenter, Irish Street
McConville, John, tailor, Shore Street
McCormick, Mrs., milliner and bonnet maker, High Street
McCray, Joseph, nailer, Back Street
McDade, William, baker, Shore Street
McGibney, Mathew, general hardware merchant
McGrevey, Archibald, grocer, Front Street
McKee, Eliza, dress maker, Front Street
McKee, Martha, grocer and earthenware dealer, Cow Street
McMillan, Martin, tailor, Plantation Street
Neill, James, grocer, Cow Street
O'Halloran, F. & G., woollen drapers and haberdashers, Front Street
Patterson, J., grocer and earthenware dealer, Front Street
Patterson, The Misses, dressmakers, Front Street
Quinton, James, shoemaker, High Street
Scott, J., machine maker, Back Street
Scott, Wm. John, machine maker, Irish Street
Shaw, Finlay, shoe maker, Cow Street
Shaw, William, spirit dealer, Front Street
Skillen, James, shoemaker, Shore Street
Stuthart, Alex., posting establishment, Front Street
Toner, Joseph, grocer, Front Street
Watson, David, spirit dealer
Watson, J., slater, Churchhill Street

Conveyances

A mail car from Downpatrick every morning at 7.30.
A coach starts from Killyleagh every morning (Sunday excepted) at a quarter past seven o'clock for Comber, to catch the train for Belfast at half past nine o'clock, and returns to Killyleagh every evening after the arrival of the 5 train from Belfast; a one horse car also leaves Killyleagh for Comber at 9 o'clock every morning.

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