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Thom's Directory of Dublin 1880

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THOM'S
IRISH ALMANAC
AND
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
OF THE
WJNITED KINGDOM
OF
GREAT BRITAIN
AND
IRELAND:
FOR THE YEAR
1880.
COMPRISING
BRITISH, FOREIGN, AND COLONIAL DIRECTORIES.
j
| PARLIAMENTARY DIRECTORY.PEERAGE, BARONETAGE, AND KNIGHTAGE DIRECTORY.NAVAL AND MILITARY DIRECTORY.J STATISTICS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND.GOVERNMENT OFFICES
7
DIRECTORY.UNIVERSITY, SCIENTIFIC, AND MEDICAL DIRECTORY.LAW DIRECTORY.ECCLESIASTICAL DIRECTORY.BANKING DIRECTORY. POSTAL DIRECTORY.COUNTY AND BOROUGH DIRECTORY.LIEUTENANCY AND MAGISTRACY OF IRELAND.j POST OFFICE DUBLIN CITY AND COUNTY DIRECTORY,
WITH NEW ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP OF DUBLIN AND ITS ENVIRONS.
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DUBLIN:
1 LEXANDER THOM & CO.,
$
7
, $8,
& 89, MIDDLE ABBEY-STREET.
LONGMANS & CO., SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, & CO., AND KELLY & CO., LONDON.JOHN MENZIES & CO,, EDINBURGH AND GLASGOW.GEORGE ROBERTSON, MELBOURNE, SYDNEY, AND ADELAIDE.MDCCCLXXX.
 
CHAPKLIZOD—CLONDALKIN—CLOKSKEAGH.
1 ^09
& alone, Richd. engraver,
Ord.
Survey
Metropolitan Police Station
Stack, John, inland revenueSmith,
Mrs.
Ash view
Stewart Institution
for
Lunatics,
Pal-
tnerstown houseSt. Laurence lodge, vacantWillcocks, Capt. Jno. J.P.Kt. Laurence]Williams, John,vintner, Bridge tavern'
Ballyfermot.
SOUTH
SIDE.
P.
of
Ballyfermot.
Uppercross
B.
Blanchfield,
Mr.
JohnCoughlan,
T. esq.
WhitecrossFlood,
Mr.
Michael, Stone house,
and
Fox-and-GeeseM'Donald, Edward, grazierM'Donnell,
Mrs.
AnneMayers,
p.
builder, Ballyfermot houseMurray, Luke, vint. Ballyfermot Initg.Spring, Henry Richard,
esq.
Johnstown house
Hibernia-terrace.
NORTH
SIDE.
Chapdizod.
1 Young, Mathew Henry, Inland
Rev.
2 Stubb's, George, clerk
of
works3 M'Kay,
Mr.
Donald,
Ord.
Survey4 Gaughran.
Mrs.
5 Walsh,
Mr.
Laurence
J.
Knockmaroon-hill.
P.
of
Castleknock.
Castteknock
B.
Burns, Gilbert,
esq.
Knockniaruolodge,
mi
Crean, Miss, GlenvilleDunphy, Michael, carpenterFerrier, Alex.
esq.
Knockmaroon,
961.
Gibney, John, grocer <t letter receiver,Strawberry bedsGlorney, George, tiour
and
rice miller,
Mardyke
millsLuke,
E.
vintner, Strawberry bedsMacken,
Mr.
JamesNeill, Robert, woollen factoryPressly,
D.
Knockmaroon cottageScully, Owen, vit.tr.Strawberry beds Williams, Chas. vint. Strawberry beds
Road
from
Knockmaroou-
hill
to the
Red
Mills.
P.
of
Castleknock.
Castleknock
B.
RED
MILLS.
M'Cormick,
Mr.
JosephIPressly, David,
k
Sons, woollenmanufacturers
CLOGHRAN
HUDDART—
see
FINOLAS.
CLONDALKIN.
named Cluain-Dolcau,
and by the
Danes Dun-awley.
The
village consists chiefly
of one
irregular street,
of
smallbut neatly built houses
and
cottages.
Ths
only public buildings
are the
Parish Church,
a
small plain modernWilding,
and a
neat Roman Catholic Church.
It has
Almshouses
for
destitute widows,
a
Dorcas Institution,Lying-in Hospital,
and
Dispensary,
a
Parochial
and two
National Schools,
and a
Constabulary Police Station.*The ancient round tower
is the
nearest structure
of the
kind
to the
metropolis,
and is in
good preservation.
It
stands
100
feet high,
and is 15
feet
in
diameter, covered with
a
conical roof
of
stone.Bracken, James
II.
esq.
Camnac houseBrown,
Val.
esq.
Collinstown houseBumside,
G. S.
L.K.C.S.I.
TowervilleCaldbeek,
Wm. esq.
O.L.
Movie ParkCheeverstown—vacant
CLONDALKIN
CHUKCH—Rev.
Winslow
Berry, rector, Glebe-house
CLONDALKINROMANCATHOL
io
CHUKCH
—Rev. John Moure,
P.P.
; Rev.
P.
Duffy,
c.c.
CUmdaJMn Monastery
Rev.
Jamesilorau,chaplain;
Rev.
Michael
A.
Russell, superior
Clondalkin Dispensary
—Geo.
S.
B urn-
side,!,.a.c.8.1,
L.
A.
medical officer
Convent, Presentation
Superioress,
Mrs.
MulcahyCummins,
Mrs.
NewlandsDonnelly, Richard, tavern keeper,
9th
lock, Grand Canal
1
Bowling, Bridget, farmer
1
Dowling,William, brick manufacturer
\
Boyle, Denis,
esq.
Mil townDoyle,
J. esq. St.
Mark'sDrimna lodge—vacant
:
Durie,
Mrs.
NeiistownI Farran, Joseph, farmer, Robin Tlood
i
Fiulay,
Rev.
John
W.
J.P. Corkaprh
:
Fitzgibbon, Gerald,
esq.
LarkrieidjFitzgibbon, Henry,
M.O.
Flood, Messrs. brick
and
lime manu-jfacturers
&
farmers.
Fox &
GeeseIGlanville, Alex.
esq.
Orchard house
i
Gorman,
Mr.
Patrick, EllenheidGould, Miss, RockfieldGrierson, Philip,
esq.
KilcarberyHanlon,
Mrs.
farmer
and
lime burnerHughes, Mrs. Jane, Danesrath house
I
Keating,
J.
esq.
Clonburris houseKennedy,Dr.
E.J.P.
Belgard,364Z. 10s.
I
Long, Thomas,
esq.
WheatfieldMathews, Henry,
esq.
Cappagb liouseMoran,Ptk.O'Rourke,e£q.St. Rouan'sM'Intire, Robert,
esq.
CloverhiilM'Manus, Edward,
esq.
AirfieldMullins,
J. W. esq.
NewlandsNolan, Edward,
esq.
KilleenNolan, Messrs. paper mills, KilleenPierce,
Mrs.
Iledcow
POST OFFICE
Mrs. Eliza Hegarty,
postmistress
RAILWAY
STATION
James Doyle,
stationmasterRoper, Thomas,
esq.
J.P.
Movie parkRorke, Laurence
B. esq.
KnockmitteuSally Park—vacantSmith,
Mrs.
BettyfortTutty, James,
esq.
Raheen LouSeWest
Mrs.
GallinstownWhitton,
W.
esq.
Cappaghmor*
CLONSILLA—
see
CASTLEKNOCK,
CLONSKEAGH
(PEMBROKE
TOWNSHIP).
,
LON
,
SKEA
GHL
a
village
in the
parish
of St.
Mary's, Donnybrook, barony
and
county
of
Dublin, three miles
S.
fromthe General Post Office, Dublin, comprising
an
area
of 68
acres. There
is a
male
and
female National school.°pulation,
310,
inhabiting
.54
houses.
It is
situated
on the
river Dodder,
and on the
road
to
Enniskerrv."contains
two
hammer-smith iron works.
The
neighbourhood
is
studded with gentlemen's seats
and
lilas
,
the
principal
of
which
is
Cionskeagh castle,
the
seat
of
Thomas
H.
Thompson,
esq.
Verueraouut
is a
pretty^ange
of
houses close
to the
village.
Roebuck,
a
district half
a
mile further
on, is
covered with elegant mansions«*j demesnes,
of
which
the
castie
of
that name,
the
seat
of E. P.
Westby,
esq.,
is
conspicuous.
Milltown
is
e
*s than half
a
mile
to the
right
of
Clonskeagh,
in the
parish
of
Milltown, Uppercross barony,
and
comprises
area
of 185
acres. Population
863,
inhabiting
132
houses.
The
Church
of St.
Philip, which
has
recentlyn
een er
ected,
is
situate
at
Temple-road, Rathmines, adjoining
the
Milltown railway station. There
is a
small*oman Catholic Church.
The
Parish Church
is
situate
at St.
Man's. Simmonscourt, Donnybrook.
The
tram-cars
ply to
Donnvbrook from Nelson's pillar dail
•*••
U
Milltown.
'
There
ait
three deliveries
of
letters daily from
the
Post
 
1550
COUNTY
DUBLIN DIRECTORY.
PEESBTTERIAN
CHURCH—Rev. S.J.
Hanson—Service, 12, noon, and 7,
P.M.
The Manse
—Rev. S. J. Hanson, 45Z.21 Nason, Mrs. Sarah Frances, 44/.22 Wallace, Mrs. Bruce, 32Z.23 Saunders, Mrs. 32/.24 Bennett, Henry, 131.25 Vacant, 32Z.2G Brush, Miss M. 32?.27 Phibbs, Peter, esq. 32J.„ Phibbs, Charles, solicitor28 Lynch, Rev.J.M.A. St. John'sch. 44t.
,
Jackson, Miss, Fairyland,
,,
Bateman, Mrs.29 Bagnall, Miss,30 Stack, the Misses,32 Parker, 31
rs.
Summerville33 Kirwan, Michael, esq.34 Clifford, Captain W. C.35 Manso, Mrs. Tivoli hall,36 Miley, Mrs.37 Peacock, Mrs.3S Donovan, W. F. esq.39 and 40 Bowles, Robt. esq.
16/.31?,37/.17?.25/.42?.22?.25/.31?.
Airhil
36/33/.
41
Kingstown Protestant Hall,
26?.42 Fullwood, James, esq. 30/.43 Fisher, Miss, 13/. 5*.44 Barrett, James, gardener, 10/. 10s.45 Bell, Mr. John, 16?. 15s.46 Sutton, Samuel, dairy, 11?. 5s.47 Vacant, 22/.4S Lyburn, "William, esq. 22?.49 Fleming, James, esq. 22/.50 Eeggett, Mrs. 29/.
,,
Holt, Mrs.51 Smyth, Miss, 29/.52 Stovey, Mrs. 29/.56?.|53 Reid, Walter, surgeon, 29/.
,,
Reid, J. C.esq. &29 Backelor's-walk54 Reid, John, esq. 33/.55 Beausire, Mrs. 37/.
!
56 Doyne, Miss, 37/.
\5G%
Sparks, Frederick N. esq. Wakefield house, 28?.
Kingstown School,
Wellington lodge—Rev. W. H. Knapp, M.A. headmaster, 100?.
i
57 Bond, Alfred, esq. 20/.J58 Covington, Mr. John, 20?.I ,, Stock, Mrs. dressmakerCantillan, Mrs. 20?.M'lvor, John, master mariner, 20/.Valetta lodge—vacant, 32?.Cantillon, Mrs. 15?.Mitchell, Francis, builder, 6?.
here Yorlt-terrace intersects
Brusy, Mr. James, 18?. 10s.Bell, Mr. John,
G.P.O.
15/. 5s.Clancy, Mrs. greengrocer, 14?.Keegan, Michael, locksmith, 5?. 5s.and 70 Cockburn, William, housepainter, 21/. 5s.O'Donohoe, John, coach buildr. 21?.Gatchell & Co. family grocers andwine merchants, 33!. 10.?.Lanigan, Patrick, grocer, 25?.Neil, Petor, blacksmith, 10?.Slevin, Pk. Italian warehouse, 37/.
York-terrace.
1 and 2 Mitchell, Mr. Fras.3 M'Donnell, Mrs.4 Carter, Mr. James,5 Tenements,6 Glynn, Mrs.
38/.
15s.
16/.
15s.
16/.
15s.
16?.
15s.
16?.
15s.
LOUGHLINSTOWIS
1
See
also
BALLYBRACK.
LOUGHLINSTOWN,
a small village, partly in Kiiliney and Rathmichael parishes, Rathdown barony, Dublincounty, 8g miles
S.S.E.
from Dublin, containing a few straggling houses and cabins, to the left of whichis Loughlinstown House, the residence of Henry West, esq. Q.C. On crossing Loughlinstown green, to theright, on the brow of the hill, stands the Rathdown Union Workhouse, very prettily and most salubriouslysituated on a site of eight acres, erected in 1841 at an expense of £6,090. The village of Loughlinstown formspart of the Township of Kiiliney and Ballybrack.Butler, Mrs. grocer Johnston, Mrs. Parc-na-grierGeale, Edward, esq. Beech grove, 65l.^Keily, John. esq. ClarebegGorman, Patrick, provision dealer
\
Kelly, Miles, Shanganagh hotel
Shankill.
For remainder of Shankill, see Bray.
POST
OFFICE—Ptk.
Gorman, postmstr.Stanley, Timothy, farmerWest, Henry, esq.
Q.C.
LoughlinstownhouseLawson, Right Hon. James Anthony, IBall, John, esq.
LL.D.
Rosendael, andthird Justice Court of Common j 52 Leeson-streetPleas, and Commissioner of
Barton, Dr. LordelloChurch Temporalities, ClontraM'Call, John, esq. Doruey courtMiddleton, A. H. esq. Athgoe park
bang-anagh,
For remainder of Shanganaah, see Bray,
Morris, John De Burgh, esq. NewArmstrong, Geo. esq.—Florence ville ; BrightonBoyd, Samuel, esq. J.P. Shanganagh Pattison. Henry, esq.Druid lodge, 52f.park, 157?. l0#. Robinson, Archib. esq. Llanmore ho. iGrehan, Mr. Thomas, MullinastillCaldbeck, Thos. F. esq. Eaton Brae
R. I. C. Poize Station
Constable Hatfield, Thomas, esq. Sylvanmount,Colvin, John EC. esq. Barnclose house! Whittonin charge Houghton, John T. esq. BallybrideBergin, Mr. John, Cherry wood, 108?.Burton, Rev. E. W. canon of St.Patrick's, The Glebe. 15?.Carr, Denis, farmer, WoodfordDix, Henry T. esq. Ferndale, 30?. 15s.Dodwell. J. Croft, esq. Shankillho. 90?.Cheevers, Richard, grocerCullen, Miss, MillhouseDe MontmorencyWilmomFalkner, Henry, esq. HomeHemphill, Charles,esq.Q.c.Chftonld:Holmes, Miss, CrinkiuHumphries, Walter,
M.D.
MonaRoyse,Jno. M'Donnell,esq.j.p. Aubrey Ireland, Mrs. Bernard Wallace, Shan-Scott, Colonel llopton, Loeksley kill castleHon. Francis R. Shanganagh castle—vacant Kirk, J. esq. The CottageSherrard, Mrs. Wilmont, 54?. Orpen, J. R. esq. Emerald, 37?.Simmonds, E. esq. J.P. Cromlech Riall, Capt.
B.N.
Chantilly, 118?. 10s.Sullivan, Captain,
B.N.
Airhill, 52?. 5s. Searight, Graves E. esq. Springfield,Towson, Mr. John, Hacketsland 48?. 105.Withers, Mr. James, Abingdon Steele, Major-General, Lordello
LUCAN.
LuCAN.an inland town and parish in Newcastle barony, Dublin county, seven miles W.from Dublin,comprisingan area of
1,1*26
acres. Population, 523. It is partly the property of the Colthurst Vesey family, andpartly the property of the Messrs. Shackleton, who have recently pin -chased the Petty Canon lands from therepresentatives of the late J. Grandon, esq. The town is prettily situated in a fertile vale, on the southbank of the River LifFey, which is here crossed by a stone bridge of one arch, and consists of one wide angularstreet of small but neat houses and cottages, most of which are let in summer to visitors and invalids. Itspublic buildings are, the Parish Church, a neat structure with a tower and spire, a large new Roman CatholicChurch, a Sisters of Mercy Convent, a Wesieyan Methodist Church, and a Presbyterian
Church.
It hasa Dispensary, a Lending Library, Church and National Schools. It is a Chief Constabulary Police Station,and Petty Sessions are held every alternate Tuesday. In the grounds of Weston Park is the well-known andmuch-frequented waterfall, called the Salmon Leap ; which consists of a succession of rocky ledges on the Lifiey,over which the fish dart at one bound. It forms a beautiful cascade, the picturesque effect of which is greatlyincreased by the rich and lofty wooded banks of the river, and the adjoining tastefully embellished demesne otLeixlip Castle.
MAGISTRATES ATTENDING PETTY SESSIONS,
every alternate Tuesday
Lord Annaly ; Colonel Charles ColthurstVesey,
D.L.;
II. F. Colley, esq.; Captain Willcocks; William Moran, esq. j W.R. F. Godley, esq. and CaptainHartley.
Clerk
—Mr. James Gibson.

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