Serving a city: the story of Cork's English market
This is the first history and description of Ireland's most famous food emporium. This publication traces the history and development of the market from its origins to the present day. capturing the tastes and smells of this central part of Cork life. The book is fully illustrated, featuring images of the market, past and present. The story of the market is in many ways, the story of Cork.
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A City of Markets
The English Market 17881899
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Ahern August Back Market Barrett beadles beef Bresnan Bridget Buckley butchers butter and eggs Castle Street Catherine centre century Charles Hayes city's Cork City Cork Constitution Cork Examiner Cork's Cornelius Cornmarket Street corporation Coughlan Council Book customers Daly Daniel Denis drisheen Ellen English Market entrance Fish Market fowl fruit and vegetables gallery George Griffin Grand Parade Market Hannah Hayes & Sons improvements increased inspector Ireland Irish James Sheehan January John Finn John O'Flynn John Waugh later Looney Margaret Mark Buckley Market traders Mary Mayor meat market Michael Ahern Michael Barrett milk market Mullan Murphy Noonan North O'Connell O'Flynn O'Mahony O'Sullivan offal Patrick Patrick's Street Paul Paul Murphy potato poultry Princes Street Market rent reported Root Market scalesmen Shambles shops sold South Spillane St Patrick's Street St Peter's stallholders supply sweeper tenants Tolls and Markets trade tripe tripe and drisheen vacant week William Dillon William Dunlea