1 edition of Business directory of Belfast and principal towns in the Province of Ulster, for 1865-66. found in the catalog.
Business directory of Belfast and principal towns in the Province of Ulster, for 1865-66.
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This success ensured that Belfast was a place unlike any other in Ireland. Wealth in Dublin and in other Irish cities was usually rooted in trade, in land or in lineage; wealth in Belfast was the product of industry. By the city, which sat at the head of Belfast Lough, rolled out into the counties of Down and Antrim. THREE renowned historians are to host a series of talks in Belfast next week. Dr Francis Costello, Dr Éamon Phoenix and Dr James Dingley will speak at the event, entitled 'Ulster, America and the.
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This mid-nineteenth century directory focuses on Belfast, though there are also some details on surrounding villages and County Antrim. It includes a street directory and trade directory of the city, and an alphabetical list of inhabitants, amounting to approximat names. Business directory of Belfast and principal towns in the province of Ulster for - Item 7: Directories: Ireland Irish Compendium of Information: Clogher Clergy & Parishes - Church of Ireland - Item 1: Church Directories: Ireland Church Directory .
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A section for Professions and Trades is followed by two short lists one for the Country Residents in the vacinity of Belfast and the other is the Village Directory which is the villages on the outskirts of Belfast.
The last important list covers the nine counties of the Province of Ulster and the Towns in those counties. Ulster Towns Directory From the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory for Aghalee. Annalong. Antrim. Ardara. Ardglass. Armagh.
Armoy. Aughnacloy. Bailieborough. Ballinamallard. to the suffering it caused. For that reason, it conveys the reality of the calamity in a much more telling way.
The book is also available in Kindle. The. Get print book. No eBook available. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Go to Google Play Now» The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory for Vol. III Contains I Town and Trade of Belfast VIII.
Counties in Ulster. IX Provincial Towns. Most directories have details for Belfast and for the principal towns and villages in Ulster. Some (for example the Directory and Matier's Directory) feature only Belfast, but will also generally include a list of the gentry in the neighbourhood. Belfast Directories: Adair (Hugh)publ.
Adairs Belfast Directory for8vo BelfastFirst Edn., orig. cloth; also Wynne (W.) Business Directory of Belfast and Principal Towns in the Province of Ulster for8vo Belfast Belfast Directories: Adair (Hugh)publ.
Adairs Belfast Directory for8vo BelfastFirst Edn., orig. cloth; also Wynne (W.) Business Directory of Belfast and Principal Towns in the Province of Ulster for8vo Belfast First Edn., recent cloth, with original label.
both with numerous pages of illustrated & other adverts, in v. good [ ]. Lisburn town: Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory: James Alexander Henderson Public Record Office of Northern Ireland Online: Other editions:(online), (online), (online),(online) House to house street lists; trades and professions; and "principal inhabitants" Lisburn town: Business Directory of.
Rare Belfast Directory, – Belfast: Wynne (R.W.) Business Directory of Belfast and the Principal Towns in the Province of Ulster, for – 66, 8vo Belfast First Edn, pp plus 14pp at start & 80pp of adverts at end, 2 leaves loose, orig.
About this Item: Books Ulster, United States, Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. This facsimile reprint of the Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory forpublished by James Alexander Henderson, is an invaluable resource for.
The following is an extract from the Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory Glenavy is about one mile and a half from Lough Neagh. The Glenavy Rover is a favourite resort for anglers, the fishing there being remarkably good.
Population about Telegraph Office –. Belfast Directory is a local business directory and city guide focused on Belfast, Ulster, Northern Ireland.
Belfast Directory lists aro shops and features a restaurants guide, a pub guide and Web directory of hundreds of Belfast websites. The Town Book of the Corporation of Belfast is the key original source for history of the town in the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, and vital for our understanding of Irish history in the same period.
The Corporation was the ruling administrative body of the town and the original manuscript recording their decisions, as well as the list of Freemen runs to pages. Bernd Biege. Antrim (in Irish "Aontroim", in Ulster-Scots "Coonty Entrim") is one of six counties of Northern Ireland, which means it is a part of the United county of Antrim is around 1, square miles (3, square kilometers) in size and home to a population of aboutBuy The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory for by Henderson, James Alexander (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : James Alexander Henderson. Belfast & Ulster Towns Directory The following is an extract from a Belfast and Ulster Towns Directory. which do a large trade for several nines in Belfast, whilst the business of basket-making is largely carried on by the peasants living around and about Lough Neagh.
There are various objects of interest near Glenavy such as the. Carrickfergus town: Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory: James Alexander Henderson Public Record Office of Northern Ireland Online: Other editions:(online), (online), (online),(online) House to house street lists; trades and professions; and "principal inhabitants" Carrickfergus town: Business.
Belfast, city, district, and capital of Northern Ireland, located on the River Lagan, at its entrance to Belfast Lough (inlet of the sea). Belfast became a city by royal charter in After the passing of the Government of Ireland Act,it became the seat of the government of Northern Ireland.
Belfast (/ ˈ b ɛ l f ɑː s t / BEL-fahst; from Irish: Béal Feirste, meaning "mouth of the sand-bank ford", Irish pronunciation: [bʲeːlˠ ˈfʲɛɾˠ(ə)ʃtʲə]) is the capital and largest city of Northern Ireland, standing on the banks of the River Lagan on the east coast.
It is the 12th-largest city in the United Kingdom and the second-largest on the island of Ireland. • The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory Volume 20 • The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory with an amazing index to all suddenly available but I am left with an unpleasant taste about the volunteer who showed the way and importance attached by the visitors to.
Collection Title: Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory. Collection Physical Description: Run of directories,, present. Available from Belfast Central Library Ulster and Irish Studies room, reference only. (Same editions available in reading room at PRONI and.
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directory first appeared. The BPUD was published by volume and edition from until when it became an annual, and continued throughout the twentieth century. until it finally ceased publication in The.The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory, Type: Street and Trade Directory.
Available from Belfast Central Library Ulster and Irish Studies room, reference only. (Same editions available in reading room at PRONI and online at PRONI website) Citing this record 'The Belfast and Province of Ulster Directory.