20 CITY OF BALTIMORE.
6. Corner Sharp and Barre street.
7. McKendrean Chapel, Lombard, near Eutaw street.
8. Wesley an Chapel, Sharp, near Lee street.
9. Corner of Monument and Sterling streets.
10. W. Fayette street.
Protestant Methodists—1 St. John's. Liberty street
Do. do 2nd corner Aisquith & Pitt sts
Do. do. 3rd. Harford Avenue
FRIENDS OR QUAKERS MEETING HOUSES.
1st. cor. Pitt and Aisquith streets.
2nd. Lombard street near Howard.
3rd. corner Saratoga and Couriland streets.
UNITARIAN CHURCH—Corner North Charles & Franklin sts
SWEEDENBERGEAN—Corner East Baltimore & Exeter sts,
JEWS—High, South of Low street.
TUXKERS—Corner of Paca and Lombard streets.
INDEPENDENT TABERNACLE—Courtland street, occupied
by the Universalists
SEAMEN'S UNION BETHEL—Fronting the harbor, South of
AFRICAN PLACES OF WORSHIP.
Methodists.—Sharp near Pratt street,
do Potter street,
do Strawberry Alley.
do Saratoga street, near Gay.
'Episcopalian.—North, near Saratoga street.
MONUMENTS.— Washington, Monument st.—Battle Mon-
ument, North Calvert street.
POST OFFICE-—Corner North and Fayette streets.
RAIL ROAD COMPANIES.
Office of Baltimore and Ohio Rail-Road Co.
Corner Calvert and Fayette sts. over Mechanics' Bank,
The Cars on this Road leave the Depot at the corner of
Charles and Camden Streets—For Harper's Ferry, at 6
o'clock, A. M. For Frederick, at 6 o'clock, A. M. and a Car
for the western travellers in the evening. For Ellicott's
Mills, at 8 o'clock, A. M. and at 12, noon; a train at half past
5 in the evening. For Washington City, at 8 o'clock, A.
M and 4 o'clock, P. M.
Baltimore & Susquehanna Rail-Road Office,
Second Street, near the Exchange,
The Cars leave the Belvidere Depot, For Owings' Mills
Timonium, at half past 9 o'clock, A. M. and 4 o'clock,