Slater’s Commercial Directory of Ireland 1846



Post Office

Roderick Rabbitt, Post Master. Letters form Dublin etc arrive every morning at eight and are dispatched thereto every morning at five. Letters from Westport, Castlebar and Tuam arrive every morning at five and are dispatched every morning at eight.

Nobility, Gentry and Clergy

Bellew Sir Michael, Mount Bellew

Browne Capt. Andrew, Mount Hazel

Browne Lieut. Andrew, Mount Bernard

Concannon Edmund, Esq. Waterloo

Concannon Henry, Esq (barrister), Waterloo

Concannon James, Esq, (Solicitor), Waterloo

Cruice Mr William, Cruice Lawn

Davis Major Francis, Hampstead

Doyle Rev. Charles, the Glebe

Joyce Mr Persse, Mount Hazel

Joyce, Mr Walter, Curgary

Lowe Rev. Richard, Asaheragh

McGovern Rev. Patrick PP Caltra

Miley Rev. Charles, (Rector), the Glebe

Shopkeepers and Traders

Dougherty Patrick, Carpenter

Fegan Michael, Grocer and Baker

Ferguson John, Grocer

Kitts James, Tailor

Murray John, Shoemaker

Qualta John, Blacksmith

Tallan Jane, Publican

Woods John, Publican

Coaches and Cars – Calling at the Post Office

To Dublin – The Royal Mail (from Westport) every morning at five; goes through Ballinasloe, Athlone, Moate, Kilbeggan, Tyrell’s Pass, Kinnegad, Clonard and Maynooth

To Ballinasloe – Bianconi’s car (from Westport), every day at twelve; goes through Caltrs and Ashascragh

To Westport – the Royal Mail (from Dublin) every morning at eight; goes through Tuam, Hollymount and Castebar.

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