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Jewish Synagogue.—In Harrison street, formerly the residence
of Mr. B. Ed es, printer.

Methodist Episcopal Churches.—1st. Light street, near Balti-
more street. 2d. Eutaw, near Mulberry street. 3d. Exeter, near
Gay street. 4th. Caroline, near East Baltimore street. 5th.
Wilke street, corner of Apple Alley. 6th. corner of Sharpe and
Barre streets. 7th. corner of Monument and Sterling s'reets.
8th. McKendrean Chapel, Lombard, near Paca street. 9th.
Wesleyan Chapel in Sharpe, near Lee street. 10th. William's
street Federal Hill. African, 1st. in Sharp, near Pratt street.
2d. in Potter, near Douglas street. 3d. In Strawberry Alley,
near Fleet street, Fell's Point. 4th. In Saratoga, near Gay street.
Total of Methodist Episcopal Churches 14.

Methodist Protestant.—1st. St. John's, Liberty street. 2d. At
the corner of Aisquith and Pitt streets. 3d. Or Missionary
Church, Harford Avenue. Total 3.

Presbyterians.—1st. At the corner of Fayette and North
treets. It has two steeples and a portico supported by four pil-
lars. Rev. Mr. Backus, pastor. 2d. At the corner of East Bal-
timore and Lloyd streets; Rev. R. Breckinridge, pastor. 3d. In
North Eutaw, between Saratoga and Mulberry streets; Rev. Mr
Musgrave, pastor. Associate Reformed, in Fayette, between
Charles and Liberty streets; Rev. J, M. Duncan, pastor. 4th.
West Baltimore street extended, Rev. Mr. Guitcau, pastor. 5th.
Hanover street, Rev. J. G. Hamner, pastor. This is a new
church which has been built during the last year. The associate
(originally Scotch Seceders) Church, Courtlaud, east side, North
of Saratoga street.

Reformed Presbyterian.—Church, Asquith street extended,
Rev. W. L. Roberts, pastor, formerly called the Missionary
Church, first Reformed Presbyterian, congregation occupy the
church built by Mr. Warfield, St. Paul's street.

Quakers or Friends.—1st. In Lombard, between Howard and
Eutaw streets. 2d. Corner of Pitt and Aisquith streets. Sd.
Corner of Saratoga and Courtland streets. Total 3.

Unitarian.—At the corner of Charles and Franklin streets.
This is a beautiful specimen of architecture. Cost $100,000.
Pastor, Mr. Burknap.

Universalists.—This new and elegant structure, is corner Cal-
vert and Pleasant sts.—Rev. L. S. Everret pastor, dw. High-
street, a few doors from Gay st. Total number of Churches in
Baltimore 52


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