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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1835
Volume 493, Page 19   View pdf image (33K)
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Maryland Hospital—Situated on an eminence in the Eastern
part of the city, fronting on the old Joppa road, and about a hun-
dred yards East of the road leading from Market street Fell's
Point to the new cut Bell Air road, and about the same distance
South of Monument street. It is at present superintended by
the Sisters of Charity.

General Dispensaries.—There are two of them, the one situ-
ated at the corner of Holliday street and Orange alley, the othet
at the intersection of East Baltimore street and Harford street
and the bridge.

Gas House—Corner of North and East Saratoga streets.

Museum—North West corner of Baltimore and North Calvert

Odd Fellows Hall—North Gay street, North of Orange alley



1. The Cathedral, intersection of Mulberry and North Charles
street, a massy and beautiful granite structure, 156 feet long-.

2. St. Peter;s, intersectiou of Saratoga and Little Sharp streets.

3. St. John's, corner of Saratoga and Park streets.

4. St. Patricks, corner Market and Bank streets, F..P.

5. St. Mary's, Pennsylyania Avenue, on the Seminary lot.


Christ Church, corner Baltimore and Front streets.
St. Paul's Church, corner Charles and Saratoga streets.
St. Peter's Church, corner Sharp and German streets.
Trinity Church, between High and Exeter, near Wilk st.
Grace Church, Wiliiams street, Federal Hill.


1st Presbyterian Church, corner Fayette and North streets.
2d do do do East Baltimore & Lloyd.
3d do do North Eutaw st. near Mulberry.
4th do do Courtland street.
5th do Associate Reformed, Fayette near Liberty st.


1st Baptist Church, corner Lombard and Sharp streets
2d do do Fleet street, F. P.
3d do do Ebenezer Baptist, North Calvert, near

[Lexington street.
4th do do North, near Lexington street.


English Lutheran, Lexington, near Howard street.
German Lutheran, North Gay, near the Shot Tower.
German Reformed, Second, near South street.
German Evangelical Reformed, Conway, between Sharp

[and Hanover streets.

1. Light street, near Baltimore.

2. Eutaw street, near Mulberry.

3. Exeter street, near Gay.

4. Caroline street.

5. In Wilkes street, near Market Fell's Point.


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