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Slater's Directory, 1846

Part 1: Ennis with the village of Clare and neighbourhoods:
Public Institutions, &c.

County Infirmary, Mill Road
Physician - George William O'Brien.
Apothecary - William Hamer.
Matron - Mary Daly.

County Gaol and House of Correction, Jail Road
Governor - John D'Arcy.
Physician - Matthew O'Brien.
Protestant Chaplain - Rev. R. N. Plunkett.
Roman Catholic Chaplain - Rev. Terence O'Shaughnessy.

Fever Hospital, Clon Road
Physicians - Matthew O'Brien, George William O'Brien, Patrick M. Cullinan, Michael Healy and Joseph Enright.
Roman Catholic Chaplain - Rev. Terence O'Shaughnessy.
Purveyor & Registrar - Robert McGrath.
Apothecary - John N. Madgett.
Matron - Margaret McDonnell.

Union Workhouse, Lifford
Master - Thomas O'Brien.
Mistress - Margaret O'Brien.
Physician - Patrick M. Cullinan.
Apothecary - Patrick R. Ryan.
Clerk to the Guardians - Thady Cotter.

BARRACKS (Infantry), Clare Castle Matthew Finnigan, barrack sergeant.
BILLIARD ROOMS, Jail street Patrick Gibson, proprietor.
CLUB HOUSE, New Bridge Charles Mahon, Esq. treasurer and secretary; Lawrence Curry, house steward.
CONSTABULARY STATION, Jail street Mr. George Rutland, county inspector.
CORN MARKET, Store road John Macbeth, weigh master.
COUNTY COURT HOUSE, high street Charles Mahon, Esq. treasurer; Francis Morris, secretary to the grand jury; Walter Greene, housekeeper.
DISPENSARY, Clare Michael Healy, Surgeon.
LOAN FUND OFFICE, Court House J. English, clerk.
MASONIC HALL, Jail street Marcus Talbot, secretary.
MECHANIC'S INSTITUTION, Market st Michael McNamara, president.
READING ROOMS, High street Michael Moran, clerk.
STAMP OFFICE, Bindon st George Trousdell, sub-distributor.


Part 1: Ennis: Places of Worship


Part 2: Kilrush