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County, City and Orphans' Courts with their respective office!
are held The Sheriff, County Commissioners and Insolvent
Commissioners also keep their offices there.
Judges of the County Court —Judges Archer, Magruder and
Purviance. Sits for county business on the first of April and
November—for city business first Monday in each month, except
April, August and November.
Judges of the City Court.—Judges Brice, Nisbet and Wor-
thington. Sits for the trial of criminal cases, 2d Monday in Feb-
ruary, 1st Monday in June and November.
Judges of the Orphans Court—Judges Hsrwood, Payson and
Ridgate. Register—David M. Ferine. Hold their Court in
each day of the week except Sunday
University of Maryland.—This University has four faculties—
Divinity, Law, Physic and the Arts and Sciences—the faculty of
Physic have a splendid building called the Medical College, situ-
ated at the intersection of Lombard and Green streets. Attached
to the University is the Baltimore College, situate on Mulberry
street, opposite Cathedral street, as also an Infirmary, situate on
the corner of Lombard and Green streets.
Washington Medical College —This institution formerly had a
College on Holliday street; but have recently sold the building,
and are erecting another in the Eastern part of the city.
St Mary's College and Theological Seminary—Situate on
Pennsylvania Avenue, about a hundred yards Northerly from
Asbury College—Corner Fayette and North streets.
Public Schools—No. 1 male and No. 2 female, corner of Green
and Fayette streets. Male No. 2, Market street, Fell's Point.
Male No. 3, Aisquith, near Pitt street. Female No. 1, Market
street Fells Point. Male No. 3, Bazaar, Hanover street. There
is also another, corner cf Hanover and Lee streets.
Free Schools.—The Oliver Hibernian F ee School, in North,
near Saratoga street. McKim's, corner of East Baltimore street
and Harford Run. The Hon. Isaac McKim has established
another at the corner of East Baltimore and Aisquith streets.
This act of munificence on the part of this gentleman, is alike
worthy of himself and his princely means. The Roman Catholic
Free School, Saratoga, near North street. Methodist Free School,
North Calvert street, near the City Spring. St. Peters Episco-
pal Church Free School, on German lane, near Sharp street.—
Female Asylum and Roman Catholic Free School, Franklin, near
Infant Schools —Of these there are seven.
Sunday Schools.—There are 3,200 boys and 2,000 girls in
charge of the several institutions of this denomination attached
to the respective religious sects in this city.
Baltimore Library, and Dancing Assembly Rooms, corner of
Holiday and Fayette streets.
Theatres.—Holliday street, North street and Front street.
Exchange, Commercial Reading Room and Tavern, Custom
House, and U. S Branch Bank —Occupying the Eastern
square fronting on Gay Second and Water streets—the United
States Bank occupying that part situate North West corner of t