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          Is a small market town in County Down, nine miles S.S.E. from Belfast, and nine N.W. from Downpatrick, situated at the intersection of the roads branching respectively to Belfast, Downpatrick, Ballynahinch and Comber. Tonoughnieve, the Irish name of the town, means the "Hill of the Saint", or "Saint Hill", translated into Saintfield. On the 9th June, 1798, a brisk skirmish occurred here between a party of the yeomanry and the insurgents, when the latter obtained the advantage, and the temporary possession of the place. The late seat of the Lord of the Manor, James C. Price, Esq., is situated in a beautiful demesne, about a mile North of the town. The weaving of linens and other fabrics give employment to a number of persons in the neighbourhood. Petty sessions are held every third Tuesday. The Parish church is a large and elegant structure, with a square tower. The Presbyterians have two churches, and the Roman Catholics a chapel. There are good schools. The Belfast and County Down Railway have a station at Saintfield, which is of great advantage to the town. The market is on Monday, and the fairs on the last Wednesday of every month. A flax and grain market has been established by W. R. Anketell.

Post Office, Main Street - William Coombs, postmaster.  Letters from Dublin and Belfast arrive at 7 a.m., and 2-40 p.m., and are despatched at 10-26 a.m., and 7-15 p.m.

Places of Worship

Established Church, Main Street - Rev. George Edmondson, vicar
First Presbyterian Church, Main Street - Rev. Samuel Hamilton
Second Presbyterian Church, Ballynahinch Road - Rev. George R. Moore
Roman Catholic Chapel, Main Street - Rev. Rowland Magill, P.P.

Gentry &c.

Alexander, George J.P., agent, Saintfield House
Brown, Daniel, Millview
Lyle, Alexander, Model Farm
Price, James C., Saintfield House
Skelly, Robert, Tonaughmore
Taylor, Thomas, Lesson's Cottage
Ward, Francis, The Cottage

Clergy and Professional

Edmondson, Rev. G., Glebe House
Fulton, Thomas, M.D., dispensary
Magill, Rev. Rowland, P.P., Main Street
Moore, Rev. John R., Rowallen Cottage
Reid, Samuel, surgeon and apothecary, New Street
Smith, John, M.D., surgeon

Traders &c.

Alexander, James, Carsontown Mills
Bell, James, woollen draper, Main Street
Bell, George, grocer and leather cutter, Main Street
Bigham, Samuel, spirit dealer
Briars, William, teacher in National School
Clifford, James, painter and glazier
Coombs, William, watchmaker and jeweller
Craig, James, civil bill officer
Craig, Thomas, licensed car proprietor, Main Street
Crawford, Thomas, spirit dealer
Cunningham, Mrs., Todd's Hill
Davey, John, spirit dealer
Dougherty, Bernard, railway station master
Duff, Samuel, baker, Main Street
Duff, William, grocer
Dunn, Mary J., boarding house
Dunn, Samuel, butcher
Ferguson, John, fruiterer
Fleming, Sarah, grocer, Main Street

Gardiner, James, grocer and spirit dealer
Gibson, William, shoe maker, leather cutter and grocer
Graham, David, provision dealer
Gribben, Peter, blacksmith
Holmes, William, law bailiff
Jackson, Mrs., Comber Street
James, John, grocer and spirit dealer
Jennings, Henry, woollen draper
Johnston, Leslie, cattle dealer
Kinghan, William, tailor
Lathem, Hugh, shoe maker
Lowry, James, carpenter
Lowry, William, carpenter
Lynas, William, auctioneer
Massey, William, grocer
Miller, Edward, saddler, Main Street
Milliken, William James, haberdasher
Miskimmin, Robert, grocer
Moody, George, woollen draper, &c.
Morrow, William, grocer
Munce, Andrew, butcher
Murray, Felix, spirit dealer
Murray, Henry, grocer
Murray, Patrick, spirit dealer
McBirney, Alexander, miller
McCance, Jane, grocer
McIlveen, John, spirit dealer
McIlraine, James, tailor (McIlwaine?)
McIlveen, Henry, dealer
McIlwaine, William, tailor
McRoberts, Mrs. A., Price's Arms Hotel
McRoberts, John, blacksmith and horse shoer
Oswald, Andrew, woollen draper, &c.
Patterson, Mrs., grocer
Perry, Nathaniel, woollen draper, &c.
Potter, James, grocer
Power, Henry, teacher of Church school
Priestly, James, woollen draper, &c.
Priestly, William, woollen draper, &c.
Ransom, Mrs., grocer
Scarlett, Christopher, constable
Spratt, Charles, watch and clock maker
Spratt, John, spirit dealer
Thompson, Eliza, woollen drapery
Thompson, James, woollen draper
Thompson, John, mill owner
Thomson, William, general merchant
White, James, carpenter
Whiteman, Robert, spirit dealer
Williamson, Hugh, shoe maker
Wilson, Andrew, Petty Sessions' clerk
Wilson, William, grocer and baker
Woods, Archibald, blacksmith


          Is a small market town in County Tyrone, about thirty five miles W. from Belfast, situated on the road from Dungannon to Coleraine. This place derived its original name, Stewartstown, from Sir Andrew Stewart, to whom James I., granted the surrounding district; in the year 1608, or soon afterwards, he erected a castle, or rather converted other buildings into one, and laid the foundation of the present town. About two miles from the town is Stuart Hall, the seat of Earl Castle-Stuart, who derives his title of Earl from this place. The town consists of a spacious square and three principal streets, well arranged, and the houses well built with stone, and roofed with slate. The market house stands in the centre of the town. Petty sessions are held on every alternate Monday. The Church of Donaghenry is a neat and commodious structure, as also the glebe house. The living is a rectory. The other places of worship are two Presbyterian and one Wesleyan Methodist church, and a Roman Catholic chapel. The market is held on Wednesday, and the fairs in the first Wednesday on and after the 12th of every month. The town contained in 1851, 1,022 inhabitants.

Post Office - Robert Henry, postmaster and Master of the Chancery Courts

Places of Worship

Parish Church - Rev. Jas. Geraghty, rector
First Presbyterian Church - Rev. I. N. Harkness
Second Presbyterian Church - Rev. S. McCurdy
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - Ministers, various
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. P. Slane

Public Institutions

Dispensary Station - W. B. Whittle, M.R.C.S.L., medical officer
Loan Fund Office - Robert Megaw, clerk
Stamp Office - James Little, sub distributor
National School - William Campbell, teacher

Nobility, Gentry, Clergy &c.

Atwell, Rev. William E., D.D., Clonoe Glebe
Bryan, Robert, Gortnaskea
Carson, Robert, Shankey
Castle-Stuart, the Earl of, Stuart Hall
Caulfield, H., J.P., Drumcairne and Dublin
Caulfield, Col. James, Drumcairne
Cummings, George, Drumgonnell
De Burgh, Rev. Wm., D.D., Ardboe Glebe
Geraghty, Rev. James, Donaghenry Glebe
Gibson, William, Ballywhillan House
Graham, James K., Soran
Green, Rev. Henry, Ballyclog Glebe
Hall, Thomas, Ballybeg
Harkness, Rev. I. N.
Harris, Frederick, solicitor, Killymurphy
Hunter, James, Mountjoy
Jee, Alexander, Cool
Kelso, John, Ballybeg
Kelso, Rev. H., Independent Church, Donaghy
Kennedy, C. G. B., Donaghenry
Kinley, Hugh, Carglasson
Lee, John, Cloghog
Lindsay, Frederick, J.P., Loughery
Little, John, attorney
Little, Samuel, J.P.
Macky, Rev. David, Albany
Magill, Mrs., Mullentaine
Maxwell, Rev. John, Brigh
Meade, Rev. C. H., D.D., Ardtrea Glebe
Meek, Thomas, Letterclary
Megaw, William, Eary House
McCurdy, Rev. Samuel, Tamnalennon
McReynolds, Samuel, Dromore
McReynolds, Thomas, Kingsmill
Porter, Thomas H., D.D., Ballymully Glebe, Tullyhogue
Robson, Hugh, Eary

Shutter, J. C., Barn Hill
Stantley, Charles, J.P., Roughan
Waugh, Thomas, physician and apothecary
Whittle, W. B., M.R.C.S.L.
Wilcocks, St. George, J.P., Brookend
Woods, Robert, Stewartstown

Traders &c.

Abernethy, William, baker
Alexander, James, watch and clock maker
Anderson, Charles, land steward, Stuart Hall
Betty, William, reed maker
Boyd, James, baker and earthenware dealer
Donnelly, James, tailor
Dudgeon, Edward, clerk of petty sessions
Dunn, James, lime merchant, Mullantain
Dunseith, John, tailor
Ellison, John, tailor
Fox, Joseph, woollen draper, &c.
Fox, Denis, spirit dealer and grocer
Galway, James, spirit dealer
Graham, George, boot and shoe maker
Hamilton, William R., hotel
Hardy, Thomas, blacksmith
Henderson, Thomas, spirit dealer
Henry, Robert & Co., woollen drapers, haberdashers &c.
Hunter, William, woollen draper
Logan, John, toy shop
Little, James C., grocer, wine, spirit, leather and timber merchant
Mackarel, John, baker
Megaw, Robert, linen manufacturer
Murtagh, John, spirit dealer, grocer, &c., &c.
Musgrave, Catherine, haberdasher, &c., &c.
McAlisky, John, carpenter
McGaughey, William, grocer and leather seller
McGeagh, John, haberdasher and woollen draper
McGhee, Jas., grocer, wine and spirit merchant
McKamish, Adam, carpenter
McManus, James, blacksmith
McMaster, John, saddler
Newell, Charles, butcher
Newell, Henry, butcher
Park, Samuel, cooper
Park, Samuel, grocer
Quin, Francis, grocer, &c.
Quin, Sarah, milliner &c.
Shepherd, John, grocer
Simpson, John, saddler
Sloan, Isaac, grocer
Stewart, Robert, miller, Templenagh
Weir, Ann, hotel
Wilson, A. M. & R., haberdashers, milliners, &c.
Woods, J., baker, grocer, seedsman, draper, &c.
Woods, Hugh, spirit dealer


     Strabane is a market town in County Tyrone, 102 miles W. by N. from Belfast, 18 N.N.W. from Omagh, and twelve from Derry, finely seated on the River Mourne, and on the line of the North Western Railway from Londonderry to Dublin. Strabane is the largest and most populous town in the county; and its environs are replete with interest and beauty. It was an inconsiderable village until James I., in 1611, granted the surrounding district to the Earl of Abercorn. The family of the Marquis of Abercorn enjoys the title of Viscount and Baron from it. The town has a population of about 4,360. The flax ad tow mills (Sion Mills) of the Messrs. Herdman, three miles distant, are extensive. The Belfast Banking Company, the Provincial Bank of Ireland, and the Ulster Bank, have branches in operation here, and there is a Savings Bank. General Sessions of the Peace are held in January, April, July and October, and Petty Sessions on the second Monday in every month. The church, built here in the year 1619, by the Earl of Abercorn, has, since 1641, been the Parish Church of Camus-juxta-Mourne, and has been considerably enlarged from time to time; it is now a spacious cruciform structure, in the Grecian style, with a cupola, and the arms of the founder over the principal entrance. The Presbyterians have three churches, the Wesleyan and Primitive Methodists one each, and the Roman Catholics a spacious chapel. There are several excellent public schools for gratuitous education of both sexes; these, together with a Fever Hospital, a Dispensary, and a Union Workhouse, comprise the benevolent and remedial institutions. The Second Presbyterian Church has been enlarged and thoroughly repaired. The Steamboat Company is doing a very large and profitable business, under the able management of Mr. James McFarland. The Ulster, Belfast and Provincial Banks have branches here. The Town Hall is very commodious. Fairs - 1st February, 12th August 12th November; there are likewise, monthly fairs on the first Thursdays on the other months.

     Lifford, the County and assize town of Donegal, is situated on the Western bank of the Foyle, opposite to Strabane, and contains the Donegal County Jail and Court House, the latter being for the Assizes and Quarter Sessions. The places of worship are - the Parish Church, a neat edifice; a Presbyterian Church, and a Roman Catholic chapel. The County Infirmary, and a bequest by Sir Richard Hansard, Bart., for educating children of the parish, are the charities. The Earl of Erne, the excellent landlord, is exceedingly liberal to his tenantry. The fairs and markets have been transferred to Strabane.

Places of Worship

Established Church, Church Street - Rev. M. Wilson, incumbent; Rev. R. Burroughs, curate
First Presbyterian Church - Rev. James Gibson, M.A.
Second Presbyterian Church, Derry Road - Rev. W. A. Russell
Wesleyan Methodist Church - Rev. W. Hoey
Primitive Methodist Church, Barrack Street - Ministers, various
Roman Catholic Chapel, Very Rev. Dr. Devlin, P.P. and V.G.; Rev. William O'Doherty and Rev. ? Briesland, curates


Derry and Raphoe Diocesan Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Ferry Road - Hon. Secretary, Miss Humphreys, Milltown House; J. H. Joy, teacher
National School, First Presbyterian Church - J. Henderson, teacher
National School, Townsend Street - John McCaffry, teacher
Bridge End National School - P. McGowan, teacher
Parochial National School, Patrick Street - Charles Mathews, teacher
Infant School, Derry Road - Miss White, teacher
Christian Brothers' School - P. O'Donnell, superior
Lifford Endowed School - John Conboy and Miss Conboy, teachers
Young Ladies' Boarding and Day School - Miss Brown, Abercorn Square; Miss Kearney, Canal
Ladies' Music Classes - Miss McKee, Miss Glasse, Mill Dillon, and Miss Kearney
Bible Societies - Hibernian, Miss Kinkaid, Main Street; Edinburgh, Miss McCobb, Bridge End

Public Officers and Offices

Post Office and Post Office Savings Bank, Abercorn Square, Strabane - Andrew Jenkins, postmaster
Post Office, Lifford - David McMenamin, postmaster
Excise Office, Abercorn Arms Hotel - Oliver Sproule, collector, Abercorn Square
Stamp Office, Bowling Green - J. Stevenson, Main Street, distributor
Registrar of Marriages - A. Jenkins, postmaster
Petty Sessions' Office - J. Murphy, Courthouse, clerk
Jail, Lifford - S. J. Crookshank, inspector; Captain Serle, governor
Police Station, Abercorn Square - Gerrard Hurst, sub-inspector; John McIntyre, head constable
Commissioners of Affidavits - Oliver White, Main Street and James Stevenson
Inspector of National Schools - Robert Nesbitt, Lifford
Inspector of Markets - Charles Meloy, Abercorn Square
Poor-Law Inspector - Richard Hamilton, Gallony
Church Wardens - Oliver White and Robert Hamilton

Public Institutions

Banks (branches) - Belfast Banking Company, Bowling Green - William Smyth, manager; Cochrane Steen, accountant. Provincial Bank of Ireland, Bowling Green - J. C. O. Urquhart, manager; John Montgomery, accountant. Ulster Bank, Market Place, Abercorn Square - Thomas Lyle, manager; Wm. McClintock, accountant
Loan Fund - Samuel Dunn, Ardstraw, treasurer; W. J. Smyth, first clerk; Robert Blair, second clerk
County Infirmary, Lifford - Robert Little, M.D., surgeon and physician
Dispensary and Fever Hospital, Townsend Street - Alexander Leney, surgeon
Union Workhouse, Derry Road - David McMenamin, clerk; Wm. J. Young, master; Sarah Hegarty, mistress; relieving officer, J. G. Gregory, Castlefin
Gas Works - Thomas Law, manager
Cricket Club - R. S. Smith, president; W. McKinlay, secretary

Assurance Agents

Alliance - J. C. O. Urquhart
British Equitable - Robert Smyth
Etna - W. McKinlay
Edinburgh Life - A. Jenkins
Imperial Fire and Crown Life - Thomas Lyle
Liverpool and London and Globe; Accidental; Money Lending; Cattle Assurance - R. T. Turbitt
North British and Mercantile Fire and Life - William Hamilton
Norwich and London Accident and Casual; also, Edinburgh Life - James Evans
Royal Fire - William Smyth
Standard Life and Atlas Fire - James Stevenson
Sun Fire - Alexander McClelland
Scottish Widows' Fund - R. S. Smyth, Belfast Bank
Scottish Provident - Samuel Martin
Scottish Amicable Life and Alliance Fire - G. Gordon
Scottish Equitable - D Smyth
Queen Fire and Life - Robert Stevenson

Associations, &c.

Church of England Association - Parochial School Room
Christian Association and News Room, Main Street - John Church, secretary
Presbyterian do., 2nd Presbyterian Church, W. J. Hamilton, secretary
Oddfellow's Society - Lodge Room, Church Street; Loyal Tyrone Lodge - R. Patterson, G.M.; S. Devenny, secretary
Teetotal Benevolent Society, Market House Street - President, T. N. Underwood; secretary, J. Duffy
Masonic Lodges - "Harmony" Lodge (102), Lifford; Robert McCleery, W.M.; Moses King, S.W.; R. T. Turbitt, J.W.; D. McMenamin, treasurer; J. K. Irwin, secretary. "Abercorn" Lodge (188), Strabane; Wm. Mackay, W.M.; R. T. Turbitt, S.W.; Wm. Irwin, J.W.; John Church, secretary
Temperance Association, Main Street - Robt. Smyth, secretary

Clergy, Gentry, &c.

Archibald, W., classical academy, Irish Street, Strabane
Arnold, Miss, Bowling Green
Britton, ?, physician, Abercorn Square
Bresland, Rev. Patrick, C.C.
Burroughs, Rev. Robert
Burroughs, Rev. W., curate
Cochrane, John, J.P.
Colquhoun, Samuel, attorney, Newtown House
Devlin, Very Rev. Dr., P.P and V.G.
Donnell, Samuel, New Street, Strabane
Edwards, Rev. William, J.P., rector, Lifford
Gibson, Rev. J., M.A.
Gillespie, James, M.D., physician and surgeon, Lifford
Gordon, George, Main Street, Strabane
Greer, Robert Smyley, Camus
Hamilton, Richard, P.L.I.
Henderson, Miss Jane, Lifford
Herdman, E. T., Sion Mills
Hoey, Rev. William
Humfrey, Captain, Broomfield
Humphreys, T. W. D., J.P.
Humphreys, Major John, J.P., Milltown House
Knox, A. F., J.P., Urney Park
Leney, Alexander, M.D., physician and surgeon, Main Street
Lyle, Thomas, Abercorn Square, Strabane
Nesbitt, ?, inspector of National Schools
McClintock, Rev. S., Lifford
O'Flaherty, Daniel, physician, surgeon and apothecary, Main Street
O'Doherty, Rev. William, C.C.
Russell, Rev. W. A., Manse, Strabane
Seymour, Rev. Charles, Urney House
Smiley, Miss Ann, Newtown
Smyth, H. P., physician, Main Street
Smyth, William, Bowling Green
Sproule, Oliver, Abercorn Square
Stevenson, James, Strabane
Toland, Rev. Charles R.
Underwood, Thomas Nelson, barrister-at-law, Temple, London and Strabane

Urquhart, J. C. O., Bowling Green
White, O., Bowling Green
Wilson, Rev. M., rector
Wilson, Rev. M., incumbent
Wilson, Robert, solicitor, Bowling Green

Traders &c.

Aikin, Andrew, saddler, Main Street
Aikin, David, grocer, Main Street
Aikin, William, grocer, Donegall Street
Atchison, John, shirt factory, Main Street
Baird, John, corn merchant and auctioneer, Bowling Green
Barnhill, Joseph, spirit dealer, Back Street
Barr, H. G., letterpress, lithographic and copperplate printer, book binder and stationer, agent for News Letter, and china and delf warehouse, Main Street
Black, Mrs., book seller and stationer
Blair, Mary, draper, Main Street
Blair, Samuel, boot and shoe maker, Bridge Street
Boal, Brothers, butter and egg dealers, and tanners and leather merchants
Borland, James, saddler and harness maker, Main Street
Bovaird, William, delf and china warehouse, Markethouse Street
Bradley, Miss, draper and haberdasher
Bradley, Neal, grocer and baker, Back Street
Brogan, Denis, builder, Bridge End
Brown, M., grocer and spirit dealer, Castle Street
Browne, Mrs., baker
Callen & McCosker, painters and glaziers, Main Street
Church, John, civil engineer and surveyor, Derry Road
Colhoun, William, baker, grocer and spirit dealer
Connolly, James, butcher, Market Place
Craig, Thomas, shirt factory, Bowling Green
Cullen, James, spirit dealer, Abercorn Square
Denning, Hugh, tallow chandler, soap boiler, and grocer, Main Street
Devenny, Samuel, grocer, Canal Basin
Devine, William, spirit dealer, Markethouse Street
Devlin, John, clothes dealer and auctioneer, Main Street
Devlin, John, pawn broker, Market House Street
Dillon, Henry, butcher, Back Street
Dillon, James, butcher, Castle Street
Divin, Miss, bonnet maker, Main Street
Donnell, Samuel, wholesale and retail grocer, corn, coal and timber merchant
Dougherty, John, cooper, Donegall Street
Dunlop, S. J., tinplate worker and brazier, Main Street
Elliott & Crawford. woollen drapers and grocers, and wine and spirit merchants, Main Street
Evans, J., linen and woollen draper, Main Street
Fenton, J. & D., cabinet makers, Main Street
Flanagan, Patrick, linen and woollen draper, Main Street
Frizell, Archibald, boot and shoe maker, Church Street
Gallagher, James, hotel and posting establishment, Castle Street
Gallagher, Toland, whitesmith, Main Street
Gervis, Thomas, butcher, Castle Street
Gillespie, John, bookkeeper, Main Street
Gillespie, P., rope and twine manufacturer, Bridge End
Gordon, Andrew, spirit dealer, Donegall Street
Gordon, George, wholesale wine and spirit merchant, Main Street
Gorman, Edward, baker and confectioner, Main Street
Gormley, R., auctioneer, Irish Street
Gourley & Son, shirt factory, Derry Road
Graham, John R., baker
Gray, John J., printer, book seller, stationer, Main Street
Hall, Henry, boot and shoe maker, Market Place
Hamilton, William, emigration agent, Back Street
Hamilton, Wm., ironmonger, Market House Street
Harper, William, coal merchant, Main Street
Herdmans & Co., flax and tow spinners, Sion Mills
Holmes & Co., brewer, Meeting House Street
Honeyford, John, butter and egg dealer
Houston, James, cabinet maker and upholsterer, Abercorn Square
Irwin Bros., clothes dealers, Main Street
Kelly, Mary, spirit dealer, wine and spirit merchant, Main Street
Kearney, John, carpenter, Markethouse Street
Keatley, James, spirit dealer, Donegall Street
Kinch, James, tailor, Main Street
Kinkead, Miss, bookseller and stationer
Kinkead, Sarah, milliner and dressmaker, Main Street
Knox, William, land agent, Lifford
Laidlaw, George, photographer
Larmour, Francis, coach builder, Castle Street
Larmour, William, ironmonger, Castle Street
Law, Patrick, plumber, Bridge Street
Lowry, A. & R., grocers, Main Street
Lynch, John, miller, Ballymagory
Mackay, Sarah Ann, milliner and dress maker, Castle Street
Martin, Samuel, grocer, &c., Main Street
Mathews, Robert, grocer, Main Street
Maxwell, John, grocer, Bridge End
Maxwell, Charles, spirit dealer, Main Street
Mehaffy, Joseph, spirit dealer, Church Street
Mehaffy, James, saddler, Church Street
Mehan, John, spirit dealer, New Street
Meloy, Charles, spirit dealer, Abercorn Square
Monaghan, Miss, spirit dealer, Market Place
Monaghan, C., carpenter, Bridge End
Moody, John, saddler and harness maker, Main Street.
Moody, Mrs., bonnet maker, Castle Street
McCarter, George, tanner and leather merchant, Main Street
McClelland, Alexander, linen and woollen draper, Main Street
McClelland, A., posting establishment
McClelland, J., boot and shoe maker, Main Street
McClay, James, builder
McDivitt, Mrs., spirit dealer, Main Street
McDougall, Henry, hatter, Main Street
McGinley, Daniel, tailor, Main Street
McGinnis, Patrick, grocer, timber, coal and herring merchant
McGranahan, William, baker, Main Street
McKee, Joseph, grocer and druggist, Main Street
McKinley & Co., chemical works, Strabane Basin
McLaughlin, N., blacksmith, Castle Street
McMahon, Patrick, watch maker and jeweller, Castle Street
McMenamin, Mrs., spirit dealer, New Street
McMonagle, James, boot and shoe maker, Strabane
Noon, Thomas, tanner and leather merchant
O'Brien, P. & Co., drapers, Main Street
O'Connor, Mrs., timber and iron merchant and grocer, New Street
O'Flaherty, P., baker
O'Neill, Francis, bleacher and linen merchant, Mountpleasant
O'Neill, Miss, haberdasher, Main Street
Pollock, T., baker, New Street
Prior, Miss, Bowling Green
Quinn, Michael, provision curer
Robinson, William, boot and shoe maker (Glasgow depot)
Scott, Joseph, bleacher and linen merchant, Spamount, Castlederg
Scott, Walter, jun., solicitor, Market Place
Scott, Walter, haberdasher and mill owner, Main Street
Shannon & Kinkead, butter and egg dealers
Simms, N., posting establishment
Smyth David & Co., wine and spirit merchants, and Artigarvon and Strabane Mills
Snodgrass, John, boot and shoe maker
Stevenson, James, ironmonger and foundry, Main Street
Stewart, Mrs., chandler
Smyth, R., grocer and baker, Main Street
Stewart & Stevenson, drapers, Main Street
Sunderland, J., coach maker, Main Street
Thomas, James, cart and straddle maker
Thompson, James, grocer, Main Street
Trainor, John, auctioneer, Markethouse Street
Warnock, Miss, bakery and grocer, Patrick Street
Watson, Mrs., Agricultural Hotel
White, Oliver, woollen draper, Main Street
Whitsitt, J. B., draper and merchant tailor, Bank Buildings
Wilson, Mrs., baker and confectioner
Wilson, William, carpenter, Butcher Street


          A small seaport in County Down, situated immediately opposite to Portaferry, on the Western shore of the strait or channel. The town is the property of the Lord de Ros, whose seat, Old Court, is adjoining; and about a mile distant is the lovely demesne of Castleward, the seat of Lord Bangor. The town, which is in the vicinity of the fine lough of its name, contains some good houses and a Custom House. It had a station of the constabulary and of the coast guard. The places of worship are - a Chapel of Ease to the parish of Ballyculter, and others for Presbyterian, Wesleyan and Primitive Methodists, and Roman Catholics. Two schools are supported respectively by Lord de Ros and the Hon. Harriet Ward. Fairs, February 4th, August 12th and November 8th. Population, 571.

Places of Worship

Established Church, Parish of Ballyculter - Rev. John Wilson, rector; Rev. James Martin, curate
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Mr. Wilkie
Wesleyan Methodist Church - Ministers, various
Primitive Methodist Church - Ministers, various
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. P. Starkey, P.P.


Endowed School - George Lord and Annie Lord, teachers
Infant School - M. Coates, teacher
Coast Guard Office - ? Douglas, R.N., inspector; ? Owens, chief boatman
Constabulary Station - Constable Robinson

Nobility, Gentry, Clergy &c.

Bangor, Lord, Castleward
Bangor, Lady, Castleward
Creen, John, Creenstown House, Strangford
Cross, Dr., dispensary
Douglass, ?
Gordon, Rev. John F.
Knox, Alexander, M.D., medical inspector dispensaries in Ulster
Nugent, Andrew, jun., J.P., Castleward

Price, James Blackwood, The Lodge
Skelton, Rev. ?
Stanhope, Charles, Wyndham
Thetford, Dr., Blackcauseway House
Wilkie, Rev. ?

Traders &c.

Ardiss, William, spirit and porter dealer
Braniff, John, baker
Clifford, ?, sub-agent for Lord de Ros
Dougherty, Richard, shoe maker
English, Robert, blacksmith
Fitzsimmons, John, spirit dealer
Halliday, Margaret, grocer
Hynds, John, spirit and porter dealer
Kerr, Wm., grocer, linen draper and ship owner
Magee, Thomas, grocer
Murphy, James, haberdasher and milliner
Murphy, Richard, boatman
Murray, Bernard, ship owner
McCarten, Robert, boatman
McKeating, James, grocer and spirit dealer
Quaile, Francis, grocer &c.; posting establishment
Russell, William, coal merchant, ship broker, harbour master &c.
Smyth, James, grocer and stone mason


        (Anciently "Tawnatclee" or "Tawnatelee"), is a market town in County Armagh, twenty four miles S.W. from Belfast, seated on the River Cusher, and at the intersection of the road from Portadown to Newry. The Newry Canal, which comes within a mile and a half of the town, offers all its facilities of communication for trading with the large towns of Belfast and Newry. The Dublin and Belfast Junction Railway passes 1 miles from the town, on which there is a station between Tandragee and Gilford, at the Madden Bridge. The town stands on a steep hill, and consists of two principal and three smaller streets. It is on the estate of the Duke of Manchester. The mansion, or castle of Tandragee, is a large and modern baronial pile, erected by the late Duke, when Viscount Mandeville, and occupies the site of an ancient castellated and fortified residence. Adjoining the castle is a beautiful chapel, and the entire pile, with its adjunctive beauties, are well deserving the visit of the tourist. The flax market is large. Petty Sessions for the division are held once a month. The church, nearly demolished during the wars of 1641, was rebuilt in the year 1812, and enlarged in 1845, is a very handsome Gothic Structure. The other places of worship are for Presbyterians, Methodists and Roman Catholics. There are two schools, supported by the Duke of Manchester; there is also a clothing fund, supported by the Duchess of Manchester. The market, which is one of the most extensive in Ireland for the sale of flax, is held on Wednesday. The annual fairs are July 5th, November 5th. The town contained in 1861, 2,000 inhabitants.

Post Office, Market Street - Richard Trotter, postmaster
Stamp Office, Market Street - Robert Trotter, distributor
Police station - A. Nunan, Esq., sub inspector, Portadown; Armstrong Stinson, sergeant, Market Street, Tandragee

Houses of Worship

Established Church, Church Street - Rev. A. Molony, A.M., prebendary; Rev. John P. Bushe, A.M., curate
Presbyterian Church - Rev. James Bell
Primitive Methodist Chapel, Market Street - Ministers, various
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Market Street - Ministers, various
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. Daniel O'Toole, P.P.

Public Institutions

Belfast Banking Company, Market Street - W. L. Victor, manager; Samuel Macauley, accountant
Dispensary - Samuel K. Crawford, resident physician, surgeon and apothecary
Duke of Manchester's School, Common Hill - Thomas Kerr and Miss Trelford, teachers
Duchess of Manchester's Free Infant School, Market Street - Miss Donaghey, teacher
National School, Market Street - Rev. Daniel O'Toole, patron

Nobility, Gentry and Clergy

Buckby, William, Prospect House
Davis, Robert, Market Street
Harden, Rev. Archibald, Harrybrook
Hardy, Frederick, Derryallen
Hardy, Robert, Cooly Hill
Hutcheson, David, Market Street
Hutcheson, William, Market Street
Kilpatrick, Thomas, Cabra Grove
Manchester, Duke of, Tandragee Castle
O'Brien, J., Stacpoole, Parkview
Turtle, Wm. John, Mullavilla
Victor, W. L., Belfast Bank

Clergy and Professional

Atkinson, Edward Dawson, solicitor and coroner, Church Street
Bell, Rev. James, Ballymore House
Bell, Rev. John, Clare
Burns, John, surgeon, Market Street
Bushe, Rev. John P., A.M., curate
Crawford, Samuel K., surgeon, Market Street
Groves, Rev. H. C., D.D., perpetual curate, Mullavilla
Hankin, Rev. F., perpetual curate of Clare, Church Street
Hawthorn, Rev. Robert, Marlacoo
Irwin, Rev. John, P.P., Mullavilla
Molony, Rev. Arthur, A.M., rector
O'Toole, Rev. Daniel, P.P.
Patton, Alexander, M.D., Market Street

Traders &c.

Abbott, Joseph, blacksmith, Market Street
Acheson, George, accountant, Market Street
Acheson, John, grocer, Market Street
Adair, Robert, iron founder, Mullintor
Baxter, Robert, earthenware dealer and tinsmith, Market Street
Best, Mary, sewer, Mill Street
Bissett, David, tailor, Market Street
Brown, Robert, civil bill officer, Violet Hill
Brown, Robert, baker, Church Street
Burns, Bernard, grocer and cattle dealer, Market Street
Carter, Silas, gardener
Christy, Hugh, butter merchant, Clare
Clarke, Thomas, butcher, Athol Cottage
Coburn, John, corn miller, Derryallen
Cochrane, Jonathan, provision merchant and grocer, Market Street
Couser, James, shoe maker, Market Street
Cowan, Philip, spirit dealer, Market Street
Curry, Isaac, butter merchant, Cordrain
Davis, George, car owner, Market Street
Dolaghan, John, grocer, spirit dealer, and flax merchant, Gilford Street
Dougan, Francis, flax merchant, Market Street
Emerson, Ann, lodging house, Market Street
Emerson, Robert, clerk of petty sessions, Market Street
Emerson, Robert, grocer and provision merchant
Evans, James, carpenter, Market Street
Evans, Robert, pig dealer, Market Street
Farley, James, pork buyer
Fegan, William Henry, grocer, and secretary to Gas Company, Market Street
Flavelle, Jane, green grocer, Market Street
Fordyce, James, gardener to Duke of Manchester
Geoghegan, Patrick, dealer and fowl merchant, Market Street
Gillis, Dinah, Victoria Hotel, Market Street
Gillis, Elizabeth, milliner, Market Street
Glenn, James, reed maker, Church Street
Glenn, Elizabeth, milliner, Church Street
Gracey, Richard, blacksmith, Church Street
Grant, Charles, dealer, Church Street
Grant, John, flax dealer, Market Street
Grant, J., Manchester Arms Hotel, Market Street
Grant, Patrick, haberdasher, Market Street
Grogan, Charles, shoe maker, Montague Street
Hacket, Elizabeth, grocer, Market Street

Hacket, Thomas, shoe maker, Market Street
Hagan, John, carpenter, Market Street
Hamill, Daniel, flour miller, Modoge
Harcourt, William, spirit dealer, Market Street
Hardy, John, chandler and soap boiler, Market Street
Hardy, John, grocer &c., Market Street
Harvey, George, carpenter, Market Street
Henry, Robert, shoe maker, Market Street
Hughes, James, harness maker, Market Street
Hughes, Philip, shoe maker, Market Street
Hughes, T., butcher and hide dealer, Market Street
Hughes, William, butcher, Market Street
Hutcheson, John, carrier, Mill Street
Jelly, Seth, grocer, Market Street
Johnston, Samuel, carpenter and loom maker, Market Street
Kearns, Mary, grocer, Market Street
Kinley, Moses, butcher, Market Street
Kinney, Ellen, haberdasher, Market Street
Kinney, Patrick, baker, Market Street
Lamb, James, carpenter, Mill Street
Lavery, Hugh, carpenter, Market Street
Lavery, John, blacksmith, Market Street
Laverty, Isaac, shoe maker, Montague Street
Lee, Joseph, shoe maker, Church Street
Loughran, Patrick, flax merchant and grocer, Market Street
Lutton, James, blacksmith, Mill Street
Maddocks, Henry, clerk, Church Street
Maginnis, Charles, jun., grocer, Church Street
Maginnis, Charles, grocer, Montague Street
Maginnis, John, grocer, Church Street
Maginnis, Peter, nailer, Market Street
Maginnis, Thomas, grocer, Market Street
Marks, Jane, lodging house, Market Street
Marshall, Miss, haberdasher, Market Street
Mathers, Thomas, spirit dealer and iron store, Market Street
Matthews, John, painter and glazier, Market Street
Meredith, Robert, carpenter and wheel wright, Mullintor
Minnis, Robert, reed maker, Market Street
Morrison, M., shoe maker, Market Street
McAlinden, Meredith, butter merchant
McBride, Alexander, grocer, Market Street
McCallen, Samuel, chandler, grocer, woollen draper &c., Market Street
McCann, Bernard, butcher, Market Street
McConnell, E., car owner, Market Street
McConnell, J., flax buyer, Market Street
McConnell, Sarah, Market Street
McCormick, Arthur, haberdasher and land steward, Market Street
McCoy, Alexander, gate keeper, The Lodge
McCudden, Michael, tailor, Market Street
McCulloch, Joseph, pawn broker, painter and glazier, Market Street
McCune, S., pawn broker, Church Street
McElroy, Alexander, spirit dealer, Church Street
McHenry, W., stone cutter, Market Street
McIver, Robert, tailor, Mill Street
McKelvey, Washington, sexton of church
McKinley, William, saddler, Market Street
McNally, James, flax merchant, Montague Street
McWhinney, D., dress maker, Market Street
McWhinney, Thos., summons server, Market Street
O'Hanlon, Francis, grocer, Market Street
O'Hanlon, Francis, flour and corn miller; mills, Clare
O'Hanlon, James, dealer, Market Street
O'Hanlon, Patrick, grocer and spirit dealer, Market Street
O'Hare, James, baker, Market Street
O'Hare, Mrs., Farmers' Hotel, Market Street
Picks, William, shoe maker, Gilford Street
Plester, Charles, game keeper, The Lodge
Purdy, James, tailor, Market Street
Quin, A., leather merchant, Church Street
Quin, A., spirit dealer, Church Street
Quin, C., flax merchant, Market Street
Rice, Bernard, flax merchant, Market Street
Rice, Mary, grocer, Mill Street
Rowley, J., grocer &c., Market Street
Scott, James, inspector, Mill Street
Sefton, John, spirit dealer, Market Street
Shiels, John, reed maker, Market Street
Sinton, Benjamin, steam scutch mills
Sinton, Thomas, linen manufacturer, Laurel Vale
Sinton, T. & J., flax merchants
Skeath, Arthur, pork and butter merchants
Small, John, flour miller, Clare
Smith, Thomas, solicitor's clerk, Church Street
Stretton, William, grocer, Market Street
Taggart, Samuel, haberdasher, Market Street
Taylor, James, haberdasher, Market Street
Toal, Catherine, dealer, Mill Street
Toner, James, nailer, Mill Street
Toner, William, nailer, Chapel Lane
Trotter, Richard, woollen draper &c., Market Street
Trotter, Richard, commissioner for taking affidavits, Market Street
Trotter, R., distributor of stamps, clerk to Town Commissioners, Market Street
Trotter, R., grocer, wine and spirit, boot, shoe and leather merchant, Market Street
Tully, William, flax merchant, Cooley Hill
Walsh, J., miller, Millvale, Modoge
Warren, Mrs., grocer and spirit merchant, Market Street
Weir, John, under gardener, Church Street
White, Thomas H., miller, Mill Street
Whiteside, James, grocer, Market Street
Whitten, George, spirit dealer, Market Street
Woods, J., spirit dealer, Gilford Street


        Is a seaport in County Down, thirty five miles from Belfast, and five from Newry. A castle was built near this place in 1212, by Hugh de Lacy, to protect the ferry across the channel where it narrows, from which it was called Narrowwater Castle, it was destroyed in the war of 1641, and was rebuilt by the Duke of Ormond in 1663. The site of the present town was a rabbit warren, whence it is said to have derived its name, and in 1780 was but little known. The town, which is now well lighted with gas, is about to be supplied with water, under the management of the "Gas and Water Company." There is a large amount of accommodation for visitors in the bathing season, and several new buildings are now in course of erection, which will add materially to the size and appearance of the town. There is also a Telegraph office lately established. There are hot and cold baths, and three good hotels - The Crown, the property of Mr. Hugh Montgomery, has undergone extensive repairs, and has been greatly improved. The Commercial, Mr. T. O'Hara; and The Victoria, Mr. Peter Crawford. Large vessels trading to Newry are obliged to lie here, where the water is deep, with good anchorage and perfect shelter, as the further passage up the channel is intricate and perilous, from the obstruction of rocks. There is a good and convenient quay here, at which large vessels can load and discharge their cargoes. The trade of the port is greatly improved latterly. Upwards of one hundred and eighty thousand tons of coal have been discharged this year, and vessels which before were kept a week or ten days in unloading their various cargoes, can now, by the help of a new and powerful crane - worked by steam - be discharged in a day or two. In addition to the above , a line of railway has been constructed and in operation these two years past between Newry and Warrenpoint, being connected to the Armagh, Belfast, and Dublin lines; a patent slip has also been erected. A communication between this port and the ports of Liverpool and Glasgow is maintained by steamers; by this means large quantities of agricultural produce, cattle, poultry, eggs, and oysters are exported, and British and foreign produce received in return. Petty Sessions held on alternate Tuesdays. The Parish Church is a neat building, in the early English style, erected in 1825, and recently enlarged and improved. Two beautiful stained glass windows have been lately erected, in the new transept aisle, to the memory of the late Mr. & Mrs. Hall, Narrowwater Castle, and the front entrance has been very much improved and enlarged. The Parish Church of Clonallen is a mile distant. The Presbyterians, Unitarians, Methodists, and Roman Catholics have each their respective places of worship. Fairs are held on the last Friday of each month. The town contained in 1861, 1,639 inhabitants.

Post Office - Mary Hancock, postmistress

Places of Worship

Established Church, Clonallen - Rev. Edward Richards, rector
Established Church, Warrenpoint - Rev. J. R. Ffolliot, A.M.,  incumbent
Presbyterian Church - Rev. Isaac Patterson
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - Ministers, various
Roman Catholic Chapel - Rev. J. Brennan, P.P.

Public Institutions

Petty Sessions Court, Justices attending - Major Hall, J.P., Marrow-water; Charles A. Von Steiglitz, J.P., Knockbarragh Park; William Watson, J.P., Aghavilla; Alexander Stewart, J.P., Ballyedmond; P. Quinn, J.P., Poyntzpass; J. S. Macance, R.M., Newry; Patrick Carvill, J.P., Moygannon House; clerk, Isaac Parsons; assistant clerk, John Whelan
Savings' Bank, (open Tuesday from 11 till 1) - James Swann, actuary; J. Armstrong, auditor
Dispensary - Isaac Ashe, M.D.
Police Barracks - Alexander Neely, constable
Church Education Society Parochial School - patrons, Major & Mrs. Hall, Narrow-water; Miss Armstrong, teacher
Infant School - Miss Reid, teacher
National School - patron, Rev. John Brennan, P.P.; ? Lennon, and Mrs. Hayes, teacher


Allen, Richard, Seaview
Anderson, Rev. James, Seaview
Anderson, Mrs., Seaview
Arbuthnott, Mrs., Seaview
Atkins, N. A., Victoria Lodge
Bowen, Mrs., Back Street
Brennan, Rev. John, P.P.
Bryson, Rev. ?, D.D., Seaview
Cairns, Mrs., Seaview
Campbell, Alexander, Rosetta Lodge
Campbell, Hugh, Dromore Lodge
Carey, Thomas, solicitor, Chapel Street
Carvill, Patrick, J.P., Moygannon House
Clogher, Mrs., Mansion House
Copeland, Mrs., King Street
Crawley, Mrs., Chapel Street
Crawford, Dr., M.D., Chapel Street
Curran, Mrs., Back Road
Denvir, John, solicitor, Seaview
Doran, George, Havelock Place
Duff, Miss Eliza, Chapel Street
Fearnley, Benjamin L., Chapel Street
Ffolliott, Rev. J. R., M.A., Osborne Terrace
Goodwin, ?, Tannaharree
Greer, Edward, solicitor
Guy, Mrs. G., Back Road
Guy, R. G., St. Leonards
Hall, Major, J.P., Narrow-water Castle
Hall, Mrs. S., Green Park, Rostrevor
Hancock, Miss, Seaview
Henderson, George, Seaview
Higginbotham, Mrs., Best's Row
Leslie, Mrs., Chapel Street
Littler, Miss, boarding school, Seaview
Magill, Miss, Savilla Place
Mauleverer, Mrs., Marine Terrace
Mayne, Joseph, Elizabeth Lodge
Mayne, Wm., Hermitage
Moore, Rev. Samuel, Dromore Cottage
McComb, Mrs., Seaview Terrace
McDonald, Miss, King Street
McGaffin, Alex., coal merchant, Church Street
McKevit, Capt., Seaview
McNally, Mrs., Seaview
Osborne, Mrs., Savilla Place
Patterson, Rev. Isaac, Manse
Plunket, R., Seaview
Prentice, Miss, Seaview
Richards, Rev. Edward, Clonallen
Robinson, David, Post Office Street
Robinson, Mrs., Savilla Place
Roycroft, Mrs., Savilla Place
Shaw, Miss, Victoria Place
Sheckey, Philip, Thomas Street
Sinclair, William, Albert Place
Smith, Mrs. Bryce, Seaview
Smith, Rev. Wm., Seaview
Steiglitz, C. A., Von, J.P., Knockbarragh Park
Sullivan, John, Havelock Place
Sullivan, Capt., Parade Street
Thompson, Henry, Seaview
Thornley, Miss
Walker, Mrs., Seaview
Waring, Mrs., Clonevin
Watson, Leonard, Lloyd's agent, Parade Street
Watson, William, J.P., Marine Terrace, Aughavilla
Williams, Capt., Parade Street
Wilson, Mrs., Best's Row
Wynne, Mrs., Seaview

Traders &c.

Agnew, Patrick, lodgings, Best's Row
Armstrong, Robert, lodgings, Havelock Place
Barry, Michael, lodgings, Square
Bell, John, Gray's Cottage, Poor rate collector and county cess collector
Bettridge, Edward, painter and glazier, Square
Black, Thomas, master shipwright, Parade Street
Blythe, John, house painter, &c., Square
Bradley, Neill, provision dealer, Duke Street
Burns, Bernard, lodgings, Duke Street
Burns, Edward, spirit dealer, King Street
Burns, John, spirit dealer, Duke Street
Burns, Richard, lodgings, Duke Street
Burns, William, hair dresser, Newry Street
Byrne, Anne, lodgings, Thomas Street
Byrne, Wm., lodgings, Savilla Place
Calwell, James, baths
Caulfield, Thomas, tailor, Duke Street
Chapman, Mrs., lodgings, Post Office Street
Colgan, Bernard, lodgings, Parade Street
Connolly, John, blacksmith, Newry Street
Courtenay, John, grocer, provision dealer, timber and coal merchant
Crawford, Henry, ship carpenter, North Street
Crawford, John, grocer and chandler, North Street
Crawford, Patrick, baker and spirit dealer, Square
Crawford, Peter, hotel, &c., Parade Street
Crawford, Thomas, spirit dealer, Square
Creney, Edward, lodgings, Back Road
Creney, Mrs., lodgings, Duke Street
Crossan, James, lodgings, Post Office Street
Cumming, J., carpenter
Cunningham, Patrick, spirit dealer, King Street
Curran, Richard, shoe maker, &c., King Street
Delahunt, Wm., ship carpenter, Post Office Street

Devlin, John, post car, The Square
Dogherty, Mrs., lodgings, Post Office Street
Donavan, Mrs., lodgings, Back Road
Donnan, John, lodgings, Duke Street
Donnan, Wm., harness maker, The Square
Donnelly, Anne, lodgings, Newry Street
Doran, Miss, lodgings, Post Office Street
Doran, Patrick, post car, West Quay
Downey, Patrick, woollen draper and haberdasher
Doyle, Patrick, lodgings, North Street
Eakins, C., boot maker, Duke Street
Ewing, Wm. John, spirit dealer
Fairley, John, lodgings, Post Office Street
Farrell, John, lodgings, Church Street
Fearon, Hugh, lodgings, Post Office Street
Fearon, Mrs., lodgings, Chapel Street
Fearson, Anne, lodgings, Thomas Street
Fegan, Patrick, lodgings
Ferris, Joseph, lodgings, Newry Street
Finlay, Eliza, lodgings, Parade Street
Flinn, Joseph, grocer, woollen draper and haberdasher
Foster, Mrs., lodgings, Parade Street
Freeland, Mrs., drapery, Parade Street
Fullerton, E. & C, milliners and dress makers
Gilmore, ?, lodgings, Parade Street
Glenn, Wm., lodgings, Parade Street
Glenn, Mrs., confectioners
Goblyee, James, lodgings, Newry Street
Gourley, Alice, spirit dealer
Grandy & McMurray, house painters, &c.
Grant, Thomas, lodgings, Post Office Street
Hadzar, Miss, lodgings, Havelock Place
Hancock, Mary, provision dealer
Hanlon, Nancy, lodgings, Square
Hayes, Margaret, lodgings, Back Road
Heaney, Peter, grocer, King Street
Heaney, Thomas, shoe maker, Post Office Street
Henning, Abel, nailer and gasfitter, Parade Street
Higgins, Patrick, butcher, Duke Street
Higginbotham, ?, lodgings, Best's Row
Hudson, Charles, lodgings, Charlotte Street
Hughes, Terence, lodgings, Newry Street
Irvine, James, lodgings, Back Street
Johnston, Wm., pawn broker, Back Road
Jones, R. A., chemist and druggist, The Square
Jordan, John, house carpenter, Back Road
Keelty, Bernard, lodgings, Savilla Place
Kincaid, Mrs., spirit dealer, Duke Street
Langton, Alexander, grocer, provision and spirit dealer
Lewis, John, blacksmith, Summer Hill
Lewis, Samuel, locksmith
Linden, Mrs., dress maker, Duke Street
Lindon, Mrs., dress maker, Parade Street
Lindsay, Eliza, lodgings, Parade Street
Loughran, Rose, lodgings, Chapel Street
Magee, John, spirit dealer, Parade Street
Magee, Mrs., lodgings, Best's Row
Mauleverer, Mrs., Seaview Terrace
Mee, Mrs., lodgings, King Street
Megin, Cecilia, lodgings, Thomas Street
Mitchell, Mrs., Lodgings, Post Office Street
Monro, John, spirit dealer, Duke Street
Monro, Mrs., spirit dealer, Duke Street
Montgomery, Hugh, Crown Hotel, The Square
Mooney, Jane, lodgings, King Street
Morgan, John, lodgings, Thomas Street
Morton, Joseph, lodgings, Post Office Street
McAnulty, Francis, car owner, Duke Street
McAnulty, P., blacksmith, King Street
McAteer, Catherine, lodgings, Newry Street
McAteer, Edward, lodgings, Post Office Street
McAteer, Hugh, spirit dealer, Square
McAteer, John, master shipwright, Thomas Street
McAteer, Thomas, carpenter, Duke Street
McCamley, John, lodgings, Post Office Street
McCamley, Mary, lodgings, North Street
McCartney, James, spirit dealer, Parade Street
McConvill, Arthur, lodgings, Duke Street
McConvill, Hugh, spirit dealer, Parade Street
McConvill, Mrs., lodgings, Duke Street
McConville, Hugh, lodgings, Newry Street
McCormick, Henry, lodgings, Best's Place
McCormick, Henry, lodgings, Savilla Place
McCourt, Mary Ann, lodgings, Savilla Place
McCoy, John, lodgings, Newry Street
McGarey, James, lodgings, Post Office Street
McGuffin, Hudson, tailor, Church Street
McGuffin, R., shoe maker, Duke Street
McGuffin, Thomas, shoe maker, Summer Hill
McKee, Lawrence, spirit dealer, Dock Square
McKeown, Bernd., lodgings, Newry Street
McKeown, Peter, spirit dealer, North Street
McKibben, Mrs., lodgings, Post Office Street
McMahon, J., grocer, The Square
McNeill, Mrs., grocer, Post Office Street
Osborne, Deborah, lodgings, Osborne Terrace
Oyston, John, flax merchant, East Street
O'Brien, Denis, house carpenter
O'Brien, Miss, lodgings, Best's Row
O'Hagan, William, baker and flour merchant
O'Hare, Thomas, Commercial Hotel, timber and coal merchant
O'Neill, Betty, lodgings, Newry Street
Rice, Peter, lodgings, Square
Richardson, Henry, lodgings, Post Office Street
Roe, Peter, railway manager, Post Office Street
Rooney, Hugh, lodgings, Square
Ryan, Thomas, lodgings, Duke Street
Sheppard, Mrs., lodgings, Best's Row
Simpson, Joseph, lodgings
Sloane, Joseph, provision dealer, Square
Smith, Archibald, druggist, &c., Duke Street
Smith, Ellen, grocer
Smith, Henry, lodgings, Post Office Street
Smith, John, lodgings, Church Street
Smith, Robert, grocer, provision, and wine and spirit dealer
Smyth, Hugh, spirit dealer, Parade Street
Swann, James, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, Duke Street
Swann, Mrs., lodgings, Church Street
Thompson, Sarah, lodgings, Post Office Street
Toomb, Deborah, lodgings, Parade Street
Tumelty, James, post car, The Square
Turley, Patrick, carpenter, Duke Street
Walsh, James, lodgings, Thomas Street
Ward, Patrick, tailor, Duke Street
Ward, Patrick, lodgings, Newry Street
White, Emma, spirit dealer, West Quay
White, James, Newry Hotel, Newry Street
White, Owen, butcher, Square


Cars are constantly plying to Newry and Rostrevor
Steamers - To Liverpool, the S.S. Emerald Isle, Captain J. Williams, twice each week; Joseph P. McLoughlin, agent. To Glasgow, the steamer Mystery, Capt. Wm. Gilmor; twice each week
To Newry - by railway; departures every hour daily from 7 a.m. till 8-45 p.m.; Peter Roe, superintendent

1868 BSD Index

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