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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1835
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Director for 1835 HER


Has four faculties, viz. divinity, law, physic, and the arts and sciences.
The building, of which a correct delineation is herein given, is situated at
the intersection of Greeu and Lombard streets—entrance from the latter.
The premises are enclosed by a brick wall 10 or 12 feet high. The front
of the building forms a handsome perystile of eight columns of Grecian
Doric, in imitation of the Pantheon of Athens. The rotundo which stands
in the rear of the front, is a handsome structure. It has an amphitheatre
of 60 feet diameter, capable of accommodating 1000 persons. The lec-
tures are delivered there. It has of late been highly decorated with fine
paintings. The library, philosophical and chemical aparatus, as well as
the cabinet of anatomy, are not surpassed in the United States. Medical
professorships—Nathaniel Potter, M. D. pathology and practice of medi-
cine; Richard Wilmot Hall, M. D. obstetricks and diseases of women and
children; Julius T. Ducatel, M D. chemistry and pharmacy; Robert
Dunglison, M. D. dean of the faculty. The lectures in the medical de-
partment on the last Monday in October. This institution was incorpo-
rated in 1812. Being the property of the State, its affairs arc managed
by a board of trustees, of which the governor is president ex-officio.

Meddinger Gotleib. victualler, Pitt e of Eden st

Meddinger George, victualler, s side Neighbor st. running

from Harford avenue to York st

Meddinger Jno J. grocer, corner Monument and Gay sts
Meddinger Christopher A. baker and grocer, 45 Forest st
+Medly Thomas J. porter, Mulberry st w of Paca
Medtart J. St J. L. brewers, office n e corner Baltimore and

Sharp sts; brewery Saratoga st dw Joshua M. Cove sts
Meeds Nicholas, cabinet maker, Eden st s of Orleans
Meeds Wm. J. stone cutter, Spring st n of Baltimore
Meeds Mary, oyster house, 16 S. Liberty st
Meekins Thomas, corner Constitution and Monument sts
Meekins Wm. bricklayer, Fall's turnpike,near Lanvale fact.
Meeteer mrs William, n w corner Water and Still house st
Meeteer Samuel &, William, paper warehouse, 1 Baltimore st
Megenhardt Fred'k. grocer, corner Pearl and Chesnut alley
Meiglestunger John, labourer, Penn avenue, n of Preston st
Meineke C. music teacher, Lexington st near Park
Meixsel Jacob, flour inspector, Eutaw st near Lexington
Meiheffer Peter, cordwainer, Franklin st n of Chatsworth
Meisler Henry, blacksmith, Henrietta st near William
Melchior Daniel, cutler and grinder, 12 Mercer st; dw corner

Grant and Water sts [and suspenders, 21 Water st
Mellor Charles, manufacturer of stocking draws, bobbinet, lace,
Melvin John, huckster, 1 Concord st
Melvin L. boarding house, Front st s of Low
Mentzell Charles, Hollins st w p
Mentzell Henry, High st w of Baltimore
Menzies Ev. turner, 2 Commerce st. dw 36 French st [lane
Menzies James, 32 N. Howard st. dw Conway st near Lun's
Mercer mrs Temperance, seamstress, Water st w of High



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