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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
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Reiden Francis, laborer, 40 Lancaster st.
Reifsnider L., hatter, 28 N. Howard at.
—— Jacob, paver, 95 N. Canal st.
—— Ignatius, engineer, 116 N. Strawberry al.
—— Wm., hatter, 149 Mulberry st.
Reigart Philip, clerk in Sheriff's office, h. 86 E.
Baltimore st.
—— Henry, clerk in Marine Bank, 1 Jackson st.
Reihl Charles, tailor, 42 President st.
Reilly Michael, grocer, 65 Park st.
—— Edward, marble polisher, 284 N. Eutaw st.
—— P. E., hatter, 80 Marsh Market space.
— Dennis, grocer & feed mer., 280 N. Howard.
—— John, grocer, 72 Cross st.
—— George, tavern keeper, 38 W. Lombard st.
—— Parr. & Geo., livery stable, 40 W. Lombard.
—— Patrick, Jr., tav. keeper, 42 W. Lombard.
—— Alice, groc. & liquor store, 5 W. Lombard.
Reinecker John H., sugar refiner, S Thomsen st.
—— John J., 113 W. Madison st.
—— John, 6 West st.
—— Mrs. Ann Maria, 34 S. Sharp st.
—— Henry & Edward, office 37 Hanover st.
Reiner Frederick, porter, 157 N. Canal st.
Reinhardt Bernard, shoemaker, 57 Park st.
—— Charles C. & Co., surgical instr. maker,
9 Light st.
Reip Henry, tin ware manuf., 36 N. Paca st.
—— A. H., tin ware manuf., 335 W. Balto, st.,
h. 261 Lexington st.
—— Edward H., tin ware manuf., 7 S. Calvert
st., h. 195 Fayette st.
Reiper Henry, tailor, 16 Stirling st.
Reipmiller Henry, tailor, 76 William st.
Reisinger Mrs. E., dress maker, 17 Pearl st.
Reister Elias, saddler and harness maker, ]03
Hillen st.
—— Miss Caroline, dress maker, 41 S. Liberty.
Reitz Jerman J., grocer, 227 S. Bond st.
—— John, hackman, 205 Alice Anna st.
Remare Richard A., confectioner, 50 W. Balto.
Remley Frederick, carpenter, 125 S. Caroline st.
Remmy Edw., stone ware potter, 632 W. Balto.
Renner Joseph, bricklayer, 105 Garden st.
Rennis John A., boat builder, 161 E. Pratt st.
Rennoff Frederick, bootmaker, 61 Ensor st.
Renshaw James, hatter, 167 N. Paca st.
Rentz Francis, basket maker, 10 Douglass st.
Renwick Robert, cabinet ware room & mattrass
maker, 88 N. Howard st.
Reppart Lewis, proprietor steam railway, Mont-
gomery st., foot of Federal Hill.
Republican & Argus, Pratt, Cloud & Bro. prop's,
45 S. Gay st.
Rerring John, shoemaker, 24 Thames st.
Resh Valentine, grocer, 100 Lancaster st.
—— Michael, paver, 67 Argyle alley.
Reside Mrs. Mary, grocery store, 106 S. High.
Retasil Mrs. Mary, grocery store, 152 Columbia.
Retherford Elijah, laborer, 18 Silver st.
Retiker J. C. & H. A., grocers, 75 Hanover at.
Reucke Dr., 20 S. Liberty st.
Reuter A., lock and gunsmith, 42 Harrison st.
Rever Henry, grocer, 141 S. Howard st
Revere Robert H.; shoemaker, 86 Pitt st.
Reynolds Wm., 25 Marion st.
— E. W., Bricklayer, 238 Mulberry st.
— Wm. D., grocer, 158 Light st.
—— & Smith, grocers, 40 N. Howard st.
— Wm., of ton, h. 144 Lexington st.
—— H. & J., house carpenters, 96 N. High st.
— Henry, of firm, b. 95 N. High st.

Reynolds L. H., carpenter, 380 N. Gay si.
—— B. & J. K., carpenters, 121 E. Lombard st
—— Benjamin, of firm, h. 130 E. Lombard st.
—— John, blacksmith, 13 Balderston st., h.
Balderston st.
—— J. W. & E., com. mers., 78 Light st. whf.
—— Edward, of firm, h. 86 S. Sharp st.
—— John, carpenter, 61 Hill st.
—— Isaac & Sons, bacon mers. ,129 W. Lombard
—— Isaac, of firm, h. 48 S. Sharp st.
—— Mrs. J. W., 86 S. Sharp sL
—— John, stone cutter, 65 Salisbury at.
—— Norton, seaman, 112 N. Eden st.
Rhein James S., bricklayer, 12 Ross st
—— Philip, tailor, 51 S. Charles st.
Rhinehart & Taylor, box makers, 5 N. Sharp s
—— Charles, of firm, h. 55 N. Liberty st.
—— Emanuel, grocer, 249 S. Bond st.
—— Philip, box maker. 12 Stirling st.
—— N., tailor, 746 W. Baltimore st.
Rhineman Harriet, 131 North st.
Rhoads Frederick, turner and filer,
—— Willard, shipping &. com. mer., 79 Smith'
Rhodes John R., machinist, 130 Vine st.
—— James, iron founder, 107 Vine st.
—— , shoemaker, 99 S. Charles st.
—— John H., tobacco com. mer., 152 Hanover
—— Henry, carpenter, 18 S. Exeter st.
—— B. C., com. mer., 26 S. Charles st, h. 2
Barnet st.
—— James, bricklayer, 269 Saratoga st.
—— George R., dry goods mer., 170 Lexington
—— Alexander, bricklayer, 37 Burgundy alley
Ricard Robert, hatter, 232 Fleet st.
Ricards & Hoffman, dry goods mer., 255 W
Baltimore st.
—— John R., of firm, h. 73 N. Charles st.
Rice John, shoemaker, 18 Elizabeth lane.
—— Rev. A. 12 Albemarle st.
—— Simon, baker, 207 S. Bond st.
—— Thomas H., baker, 56 E. Pratt st
—— Mrs. Eliza, seamstress, 16 Maiden lane.
—— Matthew, laborer, 49 Buren st.
—— Mrs. Sarah, teacher, 22 George st.
—— Wm. T., block and pump maker, 105 Light
st. whf., h. 209 Hanover st.
Rich Dr. Arthur, 83 Hanover st.
—— Dr. Arthur, Jr., 113 Hanover st.
Richard Auguste, watchmaker, 65 N. Front st.
Richards Richard, 293 Fayette st.
— Samuel, nightman, 190 Light st.
—— John, wheelwright, 161 N. High st.
—— Timothy, wheelwright, 163 N. High st.,
53 French st.
—— Francis A., potter, 214 N. Exeter st.
—— Jonathan, feed mer., 215 S. Caroline st.
—— John, tailor, 110 S. Eden st.
—— Saml. B., oil cloth manuf., 159 E. Madison
Richardson George R., att'y, 8 Court House
—— Wm. H., millwright, 53 S. Exeter st.
—— George W., firm of Wm. McDonald & Co,
h. 9 Aisquith st
— James, rigger, 185 Alice Anna st.
—— James W., clerk Farmers &. Planters' Bank
h. 63 S. Exeter st.
—— Mra. Martha, 14 N. Caroline st.
—— John W., ship, carpenter, 47 Philpot st.
— Edward, carpenter, 26 Holland st
—— John, candle maker, 64 French st.
—— Samuel M., 16 Harford av.
—— M., dreas maker, 6 Pleasant at.


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