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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
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Norton Mrs. Mary, 92 Hillen st.
—— Owen, tavern, 5 Camden st.
Norirille Capt. Wm. J., 27 Philpot st.
Norwood Mrs. E., dress maker, 166 Mulberry st.
—— John,. grocer, 313 and 315 Saratoga st.
—— Rev. Samuel, 193 S. Paca st.
—— John; house & sign painter, 40 Holland st.
—— Johri, blacksmith, 68 Hamburg st.
Nosbum Henry, tailor, 21 Shakspeare st.
Nossel B., boot & shoe maker, 137 Saratoga st.
Nouges Joseph, bricklayer, 147 N. Eutaw st.
Noufte Augustus, machinist, 21 Shakspeare st.
Noyes E., surgeon dentist, 78 Fayette st.
—— N. E., firm of Stickney & Noyes, residence
Exchange Hotel.
—— Benjamin, engineer, 122 McHenry st.
—— David, Venitian blind manuf., 26 East st.
Nugent Wm., produce mer., 169 Franklin st.
—— Mrs. Jane, 2 George st.
— Michael, laborer, 72 Harford avenue.
—— Sylvester, engineer, 306 E. Monument st.
—— Matthew, drayman, 63 York st.
Nulty Mrs. Mary, 18 Lloyd st.
Numsen Wm., baker, 305 W. Pratt st.
—— Frederick, baker, 213 E. Monument st.
Nuthouse Christopher, wheelwright, 251 E.
Monument st.
Nyburg Samuel S., clothing and hat store, 22
Harrison st.

OAKLEY Thomas, 183 Apple alley.
—— Mrs. Julia Ann, tailoress, 144 Orleans st.
Ober &, M'Conkev, druggists, 6 N. Charles st.
—— Gustavus, of firm, Barnet near Charles st.
—— Jacob, tailor, 34 Thames st.
O'Bray Mrs. Mary, 106 Lancaster st.
O'Brian John, pedler, 52 S. High st.
O'Brien John, 33 Philpot st.
—— Patrick, shoemaker, 141 N. Poppleton st.
—— Jeremiah, iron dealer, 97 W. Gay st.
—— Mrs. Isabella A., 1 Maiden lane.
—— Solomon, clerk, 55 George st.
—— Dennis, laborer, 708 W. Baltimore st.
—— Mrs. Mary, shopkeeper, 397 W. Pratt st.
—— Matthew, dry goods mer., 56 Lee st.
O'Callahan Charles, seamen's boarding house,
59 S. Frederick st.
O'Connell Patr., grocer, c. German & Cove sts.
O'Conner Patrick B., slater, 160 N. High st.
—— Daniel, huckster, 99 East st.
O'Connor Miss Susan, 31 Shakspeare st.
—— Hugh, R. R. & Stage agt, 30 S. Eutaw st.
—— Patrick, porter, 214 Light st.
—— James, forwarding agt., 70 North st., h. 99
St. Paul st.
Odd Fellows' Hall, 30 N. Gay st.
Odell James H., brass founder, 29 S. Frederick
St., h. 69 Harford av.
O'Donriell James, stone cutter, 64 George st.
—— John, confectioner, 86 S. Charles st.
—— Columbus, pres- Baltimore Water Co., h.
107 N. Charles st.
—— Hugh, fruit dealer, 263 S. Bond st.
—— James, grocer, 317 S. Bond st.
— Mrs. Mary, 76 E. Lombard st.
Oelrichs & Lurman, shipp. mers., 57 S.Charles.
Oelwein Frederick, firm of Friese, Oelwein &
Co., 60 Raborg st.
—— Augustus H. bricklayer, 95 N. Caroline st.
Oesterly John, baker, 62 Harford av.

O'Farrell Mrs. Sarah, 273 E. Baltimore st.
Offner Mrs. Elizabeth, mead and beer seller, 35
N. High st.
Offutt John, painter, 90 Jefferson st.
Ogden Mrs. Catharine, 4 Temple st.
Ogelvy James, baker, 37 E. Lombard st.
Ogle Mrs Elizabeth, seamstress, 16 Mott st.
—— Wm., shoemaker, 118 French st.
—— Eliza, 17 Low st.
—— A. Smith, bricklayer, 122 N. Eutaw st.
—— Joseph, bricklayer, 396 Saratoga st.
—— Robert, carpenter, 38 Burgundy alley.
O'Hallorau &. Sullivan, tavern keepers, 24 W.
Lombard st.
O'Harra Charles, boot and shoe maker, 10 W.
Lombard st.
—— James, blacksmith and wheelwright, 17
Concord st., h. 30 Concord st.
Oistler Jacob, carpenter, 103 S. Eden st.
O'Keefe Daniel, grocer, 22 W.Balto, c. Harrison.
O'Laughlin David, painter, 41 Orleans st.
—— Mrs. M., 157 N. Gay st.
Olber George, laborer, 104 Thames st.
Oldfelter Jacob, laborer, 61 N. Frederick st.
Oldfield Granville S., com. mer., 122 W. Lom-
bard st., h. 45 W. Monument st.
Oldhaber Conrad, carpenter, 79 N. Exeter st.
Oldham Wm. M., cooper, 9 S. Cove st.
O'Leary Edward, 154 Bank st.
Oler Wm. H., leather dealer, 22 Water st.
Olive Capt. Thomas, 231 Pitt st.
Oliver Wm., domestic manuf., 3 Preston st.
—— Hannah, 84 S. Eden st.
—— Capt. John S., 84 S. Eden st.
—— Samuel, gilder, 357 N. Gay st.
—— Hibernian School, North st. near Gas works.
O'Mealy Mary, huckster, 38 Hillen st.
O'Meara Patrick, slater, 171 Potter st.
Omenheiser Gotlieb, tav. keeper, 67 S. Howard.
Ondutch Nicholas, tavern keeper, 182 Raborg st.
O'Neal Mrs. Eliza, 106 Fleet st.
—— Wm., carpenter, 91 Peirce st.
O'Neale Mrs. Rhoda, 18 West st.
O'Neill T., laborer, 16 Centre st.
—— John, blacksmith, 15 Centre st.
—— John, groc. &. liquor store, 35 N. Frederick.
—— Robert, teacher, and grocer, 75 Penna. av.
—— Terrence, laborer, 171 N. Exeter st.
—— Daniel, grocer, 112 William st.
Onion Lloyd D., tanner, 181 N. Canal st.
—— Mrs. Julia, 56 Granby st.
—— Thomas B., painter & glazier, 58 Granby.
—— Edward M., mer. tailor, 110 W. Balto, st.
Opperman George L., tavern keeper, 7 W. Pratt.
Oppenheimer David, 28 E. Pratt st.
Opt John, boot and shoe maker, 84 Hillen st
Oram Robert, iron founder, 32 S. Schroeder st.
—— Isaiah, carter, 52 Thames st.
—— Walter, mariner, 226 Alice Anna st.
—— Charles, tavern keeper, 14 Water st.
—— John, bricklayer, 19 Clay st.
—— John S., watchman, 96 Hamburg st.
—— Hugh S., machinist, 86 Hamburg st.
Ordenstein Levi, keeper Jewish Synagogue, c.

Harrison st. and Etna lane, h. in the rear.
O'Reily Mrs. Elizabeth, 69 Ross st.
Orem John M. & Co., mer. tailors, 280 W. Bal-
timore c. Charles st.
— John M., of firm, h. 78 E. Baltimore st.
—— John, bricklayer, 110 Saratoga st.
Orenshall Christian, boot & shoe maker, 134 W.
Lombard st.


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