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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 101   View pdf image (33K)
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Ormer George, laborer, 187 S. Sharp st.
Orndorff & Co., flour mers-, 380 W. Balto, st.
—— John H., of firm, h. 208 W, Lombard st.
Orphan Asylum, Mulberry 'st., opposite Cathe-
dral st.
—— Asylum, St. Mary's, Franklin, W. of Ca-
thedral st.
—— Asylum, St. Vincent's, 31 Front st.
—— Asylum of P. Episcopal church, High, near
French st.
Orr Charles, pedler, 127 Peirae st.
—— Mrs. Ann, huckster, 230 Potter st.
—— Wm., grocer, c. Gay and Madison sts.
—— Adam, cooper, 72 York st.
Orrell Edward, shoemaker, 3 Dover st.
Orrick Wm. E., druggist, c. Lexington & Eutaw
sts., h. 81 N. Eutaw st.
—— Daniel, 267 N. Howard st.
Orrouke Wm., seaman, 148 McHenry st.
Ortlip Samuel, carpenter, 85 McElderry st.
Osborn & Whitridge, com. mers., 14 Bowly's
—— Edward T., moulder, 138 Hollins st.
Osborne Alphonso E., bricklayer, 165 Conway.
—— Mrs. Lucretia, 104 Mulberry st.
—— James, furnishing store, 8 Second st.
Osbourn David, shoemaker, 130 Fleet st.
—— Wm., huckster, 28 Welcome alley.
—— Isaac, laborer, 7 Jefferson st.
Osgodby Mrs. Mary, 3 Young st.
Ostendorf Anthony, watchmaker & jeweller, 38
Camden st.
—— Stephen A., grocer, 301 S. Charles st.
Osterday Isaac, shoemaker, 181 Alice Anna st.
Oswinkle Joseph, tailor, 94 S. Spring st.
Othick John, coach maker, 37 S. Paca st.
Ottenkirk John, prop. 3 Tuns Tavern, 321 W.
Pratt st.
—— J., livery and sale stables, 320 W. Pratt at.
Otterson J., furniture store, 30 N. Eutaw st.
Otto Dr. Gustavus, 10 Fayette st.
—— Frederick, last maker, 7 Stirling st.
Oudesluys Mrs. Harriet, 94 Lexington st.
Quid Lancaster, firm of Matthews, Quid & Co.,
h. 60 S. Green st.
Oursler Edward, 8 Columbia st.
Overbeck August, shoemaker, 21 Salisbury st.
Owen Thomas J., hatter, 385 Franklin st.
—— Capt. Wm., 70 N. Charles st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 49 McElderry st.
—— David & Son, booksellers and stationers,
66 W. Balto, st.
—— Thomas G., 296 W. Pratt st.
Owens Isaac, of Wm., com. mer., 128 Dugan's
wharf, h. c. High and Trinity.
—— Edward T., firm of Browne & Owens, h.
67 S. Paca st.
—— George W., paper hanger, 201 S. Charles.
—— Mrs. Eliza, 98 Lee st.
—— Capt. Edward, 45 Henrietta st.
— Dr. Isaac B., 18 Aisquith si.
—— Alexander, carpenter, 229 N. Canal st.
Owings Jesse, livery stables, c. Pleasant Et Davis
sts... h. 45 French st.
— Dr. Thomas, 89 Fayette st.
— John B., grocer, 609'W. Baltimore st.
— George, 283 W. Pratt st.
— Mrs. Catharine, board, house, 283 W. Pratt.
— Miss S., milliner, 236 Broadway.
—— James, 21 German st.
— James C., carpenter, 805 N. Gay st.
Ozman Henry, seaman, 139 S.Eden st.

PACA Mrs. John B., 81 Hamilton st.
—— John, shoemaker, 313 E. Monument st.
—— James W.. shoemaker, 97 Ensor st.
Packie Alexander, firm of Bell & Packie, 844
N. Gay st:
Packwood James, 287 S. Bond st.
Paft Thomas, paver, 264 S. Bond st.
Page George, machinist, 716 W, Baltimore st.
—— Washington A., ship joiner, 24 Montgome-
ry st., h. 27 Stiles st.
—— Joseph, brush maker, 51 N. Howard st.
—— Thomas J., stone mason, Ross st. extended.
Pagels E. &. G., blacksmiths, 165 Saratoga st.
—— G. H., of firm, h. 97 Pearl st.
Paine Alien, importer of saddlery and hardware,
310 W. Baltimore st., h. 318 Lexington at
—— Rachel, shopkeeper, 11 Guilford alley.
—— Mrs. Caroline, teacher, 116 Fine st.
—— Jacob, lamp maker, 140 Pitt st.
—— Joshua, boatman, 106 William st.
—— Philip, carpenter, 13 Johnson st.
Painter David,13 Philpotst.
Pairo Charles W., firm of Greenway, Pairo &
Co., 266 Lexington st.
Pale Mrs. Martha, 163 Wolf st.
Palmer Edward, com. mer., 4 Bowly's whf., h.
57 Courtland st.
—— Moses, coach maker, 43 Marion st.
—— Thomas, 13 Barnet st
—— Wm., clerk in Farmers and Planters' Bank,
147 S. Charles st.
—— Miles, carpenter, 71 Aisquith st.
—— Thomas, 19 Pitt st.
—— Mrs. Harriet, 58 Broadway.
Pancoast Joseph, dry goods merchant, 35 N,
Howard st.
Pappler Jacob, butcher, E. Baltimore St., Lau-
denslager's Hill.
Papst Andrew, flour mer., 31 Ross st.
Parker Capt. Thomas, 166 Wolf st.
—— John, laborer, 102 Fleet st.
—— Jonathan, tavern keeper, 26 German st.
—— John W., seaman, 132 S. Spring st.
—— Samuel, seaman, 134 S. Spring st.
—— Edward, cooper, 146 Camden st., h. 150
Conway st.
—— Sarah, corset maker, 91 Lexington st.
—— Mrs. M. A., fancy dry goods store, 134
Lexington st.
—— George, grocer, 290 N. Howard st.
—— N. & E. L, stove dealers, 45 S. Calvert st.
—— Nathan, of firm, h. Ill N. Calvert st.
—— Eliza J., milliner, 66 Lee st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 124 S. High st.
—— Mri. Rachel, 39 E. Monument st.
—— John, weaver, 123 Peirce st.
Parkhurst & Keith, com. mere., 74 Bowly's whf.
Parkinson John N., carter, 147 N. Caroline st.
—— James, tailor, 59 Stirling st.
Parks Wingate, mariner, 354 Light st.
—— Benjaminsss, machinist, 283 S. Bond st.
—— Caleb, carpenter, 131 S. Eden st.
—— Abraham, 149 E. Baltimore st.
—— Lloyd B., clerk, 61 Gough st.
—— Mrs. Sarah. 6 N. Caroline st.
—— & Hall, cabinet makers, 171 E. Balto st.
—— John W., cabinet maker, 92 Saratoga is.
—— Milton, bacon curer, 69 Ross st. .
—— Alexander, drugjgist, 137 Fnnklin st.
—— & Critton, prop's Tontine bakery, 82 N.
Howards st.
Parlett Wm., tinner, 68 S. Spring st.


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