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Post by irishgen » 15 Jul 2004, 09:10

(extracted from Pigot Directory 1824)
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Carrickfergus(2)

GROCERS
Those marked thus * are Drapers also.
Anderson Eleanor, High-street
*Blair Daniel, High-street
*Corcoran William, West-street
Eccleston Henry, West-street
Lowe James, West-street
Mc Ilherron John, (and spirit merchant) North-street
Mc Skimin S. Irish-quarter, west
*Nelson Samuel, Market-place
Stevenson William & Son, (& spirit merchant) , West-street
Stevensons J. and T. High-street
Stuart & Co. (and hardware and spirit merchant) Market-place

INNS AND HOTELS
Andersons Hotel & Posting House, High-street
John, William and James Anderson
Hall's Hotel, Agnes Hall, West-st

PUBLICANS
Barry John, Scotch-quarter
Crooks William, Scotch-quarter
Ewin William, North-street
Irwin James, High-street
Jackson James, Scotch-quarter
Jamison James, Irish-quarter, west
Johnston Edward, West-street
Locke E. J. North-street
Lockhart Robert, Scotch-quarter
Logan William, Irish-quarter, south
Murray William, North-street
Stewart Felix, West-street
White Margaret, High-street

TALLOW CHANDLERS
Eccleston Henry, West-street
Willis Robert, High-street

TANNERS.
Legg John, Scotch-quarter
Stevenson William & Son, West-st

Miscellaneous
Anderson James, watch and clock manufacturer, West-street
Baxter Isaac, brazier, West-street
Hilditch Wm. leather cutter, West-st
Hutchinson Francis; earthenware dealer, Irish-quarter, west
Reed Wm. pawnbroker, West-st
Smyth John, draper, North-street
Thompson Josh., tailor, Irish-quarters, west .
Thomson Mary, circulating library, Market-place
Wyley James, chief armourer of Carrickfergus castle, Castle-st

COACHES AND CARS

BELFAST and LARNE, a Light Post Coach, from AndersonÔÇÖs Hotel, every
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday morning at eight, returns the
same evening at six, and proceeds immediately to Larne.
BELFAST and LARNE, a Light Post Coach, from Hall's Hotel, every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday morning at eight, and returns the same evening at
six to Larne.

Cars to and from Belfast every morning and evening

(extracted from Pigot Directory 1824)
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