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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 105   View pdf image (33K)
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Poland, Jeakins & Co., bide & leather dealers,
12 Water st
Police office, c. Holliday and Saratoga sts.
Pollard Seth, painter, 86 Granby st.
— David, constable, 337 N. Gay St.
pollett Mrs. Elizabeth, b. h., 163 W.Lombard.
— Alfred H., clerk, 276 Fayette st.
— John E., 88 E. Pratt st.
Polley Richard, tavern, 72 S. Charles st.
Pollman P. G., distiller, 7 Orleans st.
Pollock Samuel, laborer, 259 Happy alley.
— Marcus, huckster, 165 S. Caroline st.
— Henry, second-band dealer, 13 Second st.
— H. pin maker, 212 Saratoga st.
Poncia Adolph, plaister figure maker, 58 W.
Baltimore st.
—— Anthony, plaister figure maker, 12 Temple,
Ponder Louis Edward, clerk, 31 S. High st.
Pool Mrs. Ruth, umbrella & oil silk maker, 266
W. Pratt st.
Poole James, tailor, 31 Jackson st.
—— & Ferguson, machinists, 126 North st.
—— Rezin, cooper, 261 S. Charles st.
poor John H., auctioneer, 75 Franklin st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 83 Albemarle st.
—— Mrs. Mary D., dress maker; 65 Gough st.
—— John F., dwelling Eutaw House,
Pope Andrew, gardener, 2 Cross st.
—— Jacob F., basket maker, 11 Pearl st.
—— S., dry goods mer., 83 N. Howard st.
—— Christian, milkman, 70 S. Eutaw st.
—— Folger, house & sign painter, 34 S. Calvert
—— Randolph, chair maker, 16 N. Canal st.
—— George, brush maker, 3 French st.
Popp Mrs. Catharine, 5 Wagon alley.
Popplein G. & N., Jr., druggists, 184 W. Balto
—— N., Jr., of firm, h. 80 Camden st.
—— & Bro., German dry goods mere., 11 N
Howard st.
Porl Nicholas, paver, 47 Orleans st.
Porter Robert B. 8s Co., hardware mers., 84 W
Pratt st.
—— Robert B., of firm, h. 97 E. Pratt st.
—— Charles, firm of Hammond & Porter, h. 69
S, Sharp st.
—— Wm. T., lott. & ex. dealer, 66 W. Lombard
—— Francis, clerk, 80 Tyson st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 112 Pine st.
—— Robert L., carter, 154 S. Eutaw st.
—— James, salesman, 23 S. Paca st.
—— Mrs. Jane, 18 S. Frederick st.
—— Thomas, 72 Broadway.
—— Hugh, marble cutter, 133 Forrest st., h. 326
N. Gay st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, seamstress, 204 N. Gay st
—— Mrs. Sarah, h. 202 E. Baltimore st.
—— Eliza, 69 Hampstead st.
—— Mrs. C., tavern, 43 Ensor st.
Ports John, carpenter, 344 Lexington st.
Posey Adreon A., constable, 67 Granby st.
Post Office, N. E. c. North and Fayette sts.
Potee Mrs. Maria, 18 Gittings st.
—— Peter P., constable, 61 E. Baltimore st.
Poteet Jesse, laborer, 83 Lancaster st.
Potter Elijah, ship carpenter, 68 Hill st.
—— Moses, china hall, 250 W. Baltimore st., h
Saratoga betw. Eutaw and Paca sts.
— Mary, 5 Bath st.
— Henry, laborer, 48 N. Frederick st.
— John, Jr. & Co., tin & sheet iron workers
82 S. Calvert st.
— John W., ship carpenter, 10 Gough st.

Potter Thomas, 106 N. Caroline st.
—— Susan, tavern, E. Baltimore st., Landen-
slager's hill,
Potts & Shuster, carriage makers, 76 Fayette st.
—— George, of firm, h. 24 New Church st.
—— Peter, grocer, 260 N. Howard st.
Pouder Wm., dry goods mer., 65 N. Howard st.
Poulson A. W., fancy store, 332 W. Baltimore
st., h. 299 Fayette st.
Poultney Samuel, com. mer., basement of Ex-
change, Gay St., h. 28 Mulberry st
—— Mrs., 6 St. Paul st.
Poulton Jas., grocer & feed mer., 51 Columbia.
—— James, grocer, 155 S. Cove st.
Powell Clara, 49 Park st.
—— Davis F., dry goods mer., 24 Marsh Mar-
ket space.
—— Henry, block and pump maker, 131 McEl-
derry's whf., h. 29 Aisquith st.
—— George, laborer, 139 Alice Anna st.
—— Daniel, shoemaker, 162 Alice Anna st.
—— Charles R., dry goods mer., 4 Marsh Mar-
ket space, h. 72 E. Lombard st.
—— Morris, iron founder, 784 W. Baltimore st.
—— Samuel, cattle dealer, 286 W. Pratt st.
—— Thomas, watchman, 124 McHenry st.
—— Henry, shoemaker, 204 Biddle st.
Power Robert W., seaman, 197 Alice Anna st.
—— James & Son, grocers, 103 Franklin st.
—— James, of firm, h. 184 Franklin st.
—— Dr. John, 193 N. Howard st.
—— Yorick, stone cutter, 47 Richmond st.
—— Richard, 134 N. Calvert st.
—— Michael, teacher, 74 Courtland st.
Powers James, laborer, 241 Ann st.
—— John W., clerk, 245 Wilk st.
Powhatan Steam Packet Co., Jacob Brandt, agt
73 Light st. wharf.
—— Manufacturing Co., 19 German st.
Powles, Hyde & Wallis, dry goods mers., 325 W.
Baltimore st.
—— Henry, of firm, h. 159 Fayette st.
Prabaker George, shoemaker, 22 Jasper st.
Pralle D , Exchange ale rooms, basement of Re-
publican and Argus office, 45 S. Gay st.
Pratt E. &. Bro., hardware mers., 27 S. Charles.
—— E., of firm, 28 Pleasant st.
—— Wm., surgeon dentist, 77 Lexington st.
—— Z. & B., booksellers and stationers, 240 W.
Baltimore st.
—— Robert H., clerk, 20 Aisquith st.
—— Joseph L., engraver, 20 Aisquith st.
—— , Cloud & Bro., prop., Baltimore Repub-
lican and Argus, 45 S. Gay st.
—— R. Horace, of firm, h. 20 Aisquith st.
Preece Edward, grocer, 70 Pitt st.
Preiss H. & Keyser, dry goods mere., 16 Marsh
Market space.
Prentiss Samuel H. T., 10 S. Exeter st.
Presbury Wm., clerk, 185 German st.
Presstman Benjamin C., att'y, 54 Fayette st.
—— George, clothier, 47 Thames st, h. 60 S.
Bond st.
Preston Wm. P., att'y, 51 .Fayette st.
—— Wm., blacksmith, 13 Warren st.
—— Wm. T., firm of Parsons &. Preston, 64 N
Paca st.
—— George, butcher, 150 McHenry st.
—— James, grocer, 73 Forrest st.
—— John, shoemaker, 112 Fleet st.
—— Henry D., clerk, 191 German st.
—— Edmund M., ship carpenter, 12 William, st.


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