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Director for 1835 MOO

on each side, to reach an entry into the basement. A square pedestal of
21 feet and 7 in height, is raised on the preceding base, and the column,
whose exterior surface is perfectly smooth and without ornament, stands
on this pedestal. It has 20 feet diameter at its base, and 14 feet at its sum-
mit; on which rests, the colossal statue of the Father of his Country. The
whole height from the ground is 176 1-2 feet. It is all built of white mar-
ble, from the quaries of this country, and has a circular flight of 228 steps to

the top, in the interior of the mcnument. The design was furnished by Mr.
Robert Milts, architect. The statue is 16 1-2 feet high, although st ap-
pears from below of the natural size; st weighs 7 tons and coat $7500 to
carve it, and between 2 and $3000 to raise it; Signior Andre Causici,
was the sculptor.— Varle's View of Baltimore.

Moody & Dowries, Com. agents and Exchange brokers, 37

Moody John B. tobacconist, 50 e Pratt street [South st

Moody Philip, auctioneer, Water st w of Apple alley

Moody James, weaver, Park lane extended

Moody Jane, Park lane extended

Moody Isaac, shoemaker, Aisquith st n of Holland

Moody Robert, carpenter, Potter st near Hillen

Moody mrs Christiana, Wolf sts of Fleet

Moon Edward, victualler, Penn, avenue s of Hoffman st

Mooner Andrew S. tinner, 2 Lancaster street

Mooney William, weaver, Preston st w of Ross

Mooney Hugh, tailor, Chamberlain alley near Eutaw st

Mooney Joshua, drayman, Lloyd street

Mooney John, labourer, Mulberry street w of Cove

Mooney Francis, weaver, East street s of Douglass

Mooney Patrick, labourer, Addison street s side

Moore Anthony, fruit dealer, 46 Harrison street

Moore Samuel, brickmaker, 133 s Charles street

Moore James, firm Sinclair and Moore, dw 51 s Charles st

Moore mrs Sarah, George st w of Penn avenue

Moore Henry, Aisquith st s of Orleans

Moore. Ann, confectioner, 107 Lombard street

Moore John, furniture store, Second street 1 door from Fred-

erick, dw Baltimore street
Moore Thomas, 33 Water street e of Frederick
Moore William H. plane maker, Lombard st near Light
Moore Robert, cordwainer, 58 n Frederick street
Moore John C. labourer, Pratt street near Cove
Moore mrs Elizabeth, Frederick street near Gay
Moore W. C. merchant, tailor, 6 n Gay street
Moore Henry, tailor, Mulberry street near Park
Moore John, lumber inspector, 139 Hanover st
Moore Robert R. firm Moore,Stabler & Co. 199 s Sharp street
Moore Isaac, lobourer, Star alley s of Wilk street
Moore Henry, painter, 69 n Liberty street
Moore James C. carpenter, 8 Pine meet
Moore Lydia, Cove street s of Franklin
Moore Pamelia, tutoress, Pitt st 4 doors w of Aisquith.
Moore John, weaver, Franklin street extended



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