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James Mc Ginnis, from 1850 to 1858, where he ran his porter house called ‘Empire House.’ The literature of mid-19th century describes this part of Water Street as having a continuous string of saloons and brothels–in some buildings, on every floor.” “From 1858 into 1859 John Henry Stelling and William Brosnan sold liquors here.
Then, in 1859, Thomas Norton appeared as a lessee and porter housekeeper, and remained until 1881.
Norton must have attracted attention, because the crusading reform lawyer, Frank Moss, had the following to say in his 1897 book, The American Metropolis, ‘At 279 Water Street was Tom Norton’s a Bagnio (brothel) filled with river pirates and Water Street Hage.
Norton made a fortune with dance halls.’ Norton was a mate on a black ball packet ship, according to Frank Moss.