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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
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gangston Lawrence, of firm, 94 Hanover st.
— John A., 169 Hanover st.
—— & Gorsuch, dry goods mere.; 211 W. Balto.
— Wm., shoemaker, 177 S. Coye st.
Sank Corbin, carter, 27 Henrietta' st.
— R., millinery store, 70 N. Eutaw st.
— Wesley, bricklayer, 830 Light st.
Sanks & Riggen, ship builders, Hughes' quay.
— Jesse, of firm, h. 217 Hanover st.
Sanner Isaac S., pilot, 179 Wolf st.
— Capt. Joseph A., 114 S. High st.
Sapp Joseph F., comb maker, 217 E. Lombard.
Sappington G. H., carpenter, Friendship alley,
E. of Eden st.
Sargeant Benjamin, fisherman, 17 Sugar alley.
Sarsfield Stephen, shoemaker, 75 S. Charles st.
Sartorius John George, teacher, 3 Humes st.
Satterfield John, tavern keeper, 95 North st.
— Thomas, 36 N. High st.
Sauer Mrs. Elizabeth, 39 Lancaster st.
—— Caspar, shoemaker, 39 Lancaster st.
Sauerhoff John, grocer, 174 E. Pratt st.
—— John F., ship carpenter, 8 William st.
Sauerland Win., tavern keeper, 1 Richmond st.
Sauerwein Mrs. Elizabeth, 68 Park st.
—— Peter, flour iner., 81 N. Howard st.
Saul Joseph W., whip maker, 14 McClellan st.
Saum Joseph, paver, 120 Stirling st.
Saumenig Jno.,poit. in Union Bank, 163 S.Paca
—— Jacob, flour and feed iner., 57 S. Howard
St., h. 87 S. Eutaw st.
—— Wm., carpenter, 106 Columbia st.
—— Conrad, clerk, 72 Perry st.
Saunders Mrs. Mary, 2 S. Green St.
—— George, clerk, 208 Saratoga st.
—— Solomon, shipping master, 69 Wilk st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 10 Orleans st.
—— Mrs. Eliza, 67 Hampstead st.
—— Thomas, watchman, 295 S. Charles st.
—— Z., mariner, 278 S. Charles st.
—— Peter, milkman, 127 William st.
Savage Joseph R., coach maker, 36 Harrison st
h. 111 S. Exeter st.
—— John W., mariner, 237 Alice Anna st.
—— Mrs. Sarah, 60 S. Sharp st.
—— Win. H., clerk, 129 W. Madison st.
Saville Isaac, blacksmith, 30 W. Pratt st.
—— Wm., boot and shoe maker, 347 W. Balto
Savin John, finisher, 12S N. Cove st.
Savings Bank of Baltimore, J. Cushing, pres
office in Exchange, Gay st.
Sawkins Wm., tavern keeper, 315 W. Pratt st.
Sawyer Joseph A., druggist, 319 W. Pratt st.
—— Nathan, machinist, 131 N. Front st.
Say Elizabeth, huckster, 78 Argyle alley.
Scalley Luke, iron founder, 9 N . Amity st.
Scanlau James, cooper, 13 Haw st.
Scarback Mrs. Elizabeth, 151 Mulberry st.
Scarborough John, cooper, 112 N. Cove st.
Scarf Mrs. Elizabeth, tailoress, 33 N. High st.
—— H. J.,silverplater, Monument W. of Enso
—— George, plasterer, 127 N. Eutaw st.
—— Wm., plasterer, 107 Penna. av.
—— Wm., huckster, 761 W. Baltimore st.
—— Wm., lottery and exchange dealer; 43 W
Baltimore St., h. 1C8 Aisquith st.
Schad Francis, tavern keeper, 93 Thames st.
Schaeffer Augustus, 120 N. Strawberry alley.
—— Conrad, sawyer, 76 Thames st.
— Mary, 136 Wilk st.
—— & Loney, importers and dealers in hand-
ware, cutlery &c., 126 W. Lombard St.

Schaeffer Edward Kurtz, of firm, h. 37 Holliday.
—— Thomas A., cooper, 162 Bank st.
—— Frederick Littig, firm of Emory, Stevens
& Schaeffer, h. 91 Gough st.
—— John, currier, 129 Hilien st.
—— George A., trader, 34 Douglass st.
—— John W., engineer, 23 Barre st.
—— Mrs. Sophia, 47 Buren st.
—— Christian D., 111 N. Charles st.
—— Philip, shoemaker, 411 Saratoga st.
—— Daniel, piano maker, 7 S. Cove at.
—— Wm. A., magistrate, basement 10 N. Fred-
erick St., b. 14 N. Frederick st.
—— George, carpenter, 59 N. Front st.
—— Henry, porter, 30 President st.
—— Martin, shoemaker, 48 Richmond st.
—— Adolphus C., com. mer., 70 Bowly's whf.
—— Alexander, pattern maker, 243 Light st.
—— George, china packer, 242 S. Charles st.
—— John, fireman, Burgundy alley.
Schaepper Mrs. Henrietta, 26 President st.
Schaer & Kuster, lob. corn, mers., 12 S. Charles.
—— Charles, grocer, 39 S. Liberty st.
Schaible Charles F., baker, 529 W. Balto, st.
Scharf Mrs. Ann, dress maker, 189 W. Pratt st.
—— John H., grocer, 123 Bank st.
Schamer Wm., shoemaker, 187 S. Sharp st.
Schatter Christopher, carter, 26 A rmistead lane.
Schaub John, grocer, 20 Fawn st.
—— Jacob, tavern keeper, 797 W. Balto, st.
Schaubla Andrew, tailor, 63 S. Eutaw st.
Scheckler John, paver, 212..Apple alley.
Scheele Henry, boot and shoe maker, 70 Gough.
Scheib Rev. Henry, pastor Germ. Luth. church,
Gay St., h. 8 Salisbury st.
Schenkle Peter, laborer, 212 S. Charles st.
—— Frederick, 89 N. Cove st.
Scherer C., cabinet maker, 11 Harrison st.
Scherman Michael, grocer, 76 East st.
Schermer John V., mer. tailor, 171 W. Pratt st.
Sclietter Frederick, clerk, 26 Granby st.
—— Mrs. F., young ladies' seminary, 26 Granby.
Scheuen Thomas, tailor, 35 Lancaster st.
Schiebler Andrew, coach lace maker, 23 N.
Liberty st.
Schiebley Peter, wheelwright, 6 N. Amity st.
Schiebold Win., grocer, 11 Stiles st.
Schiermer Charles, tailor, 31 E. Monument st.
Scbillinger Philip, confectioner, 143 Light st.
—— George, baker, 26 Hampstead st.
Schimuiel Stephen, cabinet maker, 28 S. Calvert.
Schimp John A., boot and shoe maker, 24 S.
Howard st.
Schindler J. R., tailor, 27 S. Paca st.
Schinotti C. A., painter, 83 N. Front st.
Schlaugh G., tailor and scourer, 62 Harrison st.
Schlead Conrad, distiller, 329 Saratoga st.
Schlee Peter J., boot &. shoe maker, 131 Forrest.
Schleigh John G., baker, 225 N. Gay st.
— Wm., tavern keeper, 53 S. Liberty st.
—— John G., confectioner, 42 S. Howard st.
Schleighter Conrad, tinner, 208 Broadway.
Schlereth Joseph, basket maker, 233 S. Bond st.
Schley Wm., att'y, 33 Lexington st.
—— Mrs. Ann B., 52 Franklin st.
Schlinkmann H., coach smith, 28 Penna. av.
Schlitt. Joseph, farrier and blacksmith, 244 E.
Baltimore st.
Schloss Jabez, clothier, 41 W. Lombard st.
—— Emanuel, prop. Balto. House, 18 Mercer.
Schlosser John, tailor, 249 S. Charles st.
—— C. A., boot and shoe maker, 306 S. Bond.


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