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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 115   View pdf image (33K)
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Scott John, conductor on rail road, 818 N.
Howard st,
—— Mrs. Rebecca, 96 North st.
—— James, tailor, 12 Albemarle St.
—— Rossiter, com. mer., 142 N. Exeter st.
—— Abraham, carpenter, 14-Saratoga st.
—— Mrs. Hannah, 223 Fayette st.
—— Mrs. Mary Ann, fancy dress maker, 118
Fayette st.
—— Patrick, carpenter, 278 Franklin st.
—— John, clothier, 109 N. Howard st.
—— John, carpenter, 263 N. Howard st.
—— Edward, flour and feed mer., 64 S. Eutaw.
—— John, grocer, 95 Franklin st.
—— Thomas R., lime mer., 29 S. Eutaw st., h.
118 Fayette st.
— Nancy, seamstress, 11 Johnson st.
Scotti Lewis F., intelligence office, 73 W. Lom-
bard st., h. 18 E. Lombard st.
—— Mrs. Mary, fancy store, 13 South st.
—— John, machinist, 349 Lexington st.
Scribner Samuel & Co., lottery agts., 42 Fayette.
—— Samuel, of firm, h. 86 N. Charles st.
Scriven Thomas J., cabinet maker, 50 German
st., h. 281 Saratoga st.
Scroggs Mrs. Ann, 40 N. High st.
Seabrees Richard, laborer, 160 Fleet st.
Seabrook Thos., dyer and scourer, 49 S. Charles.
Seager Thomas, frame maker, 13 S. Sharp st.
5earle Mrs. Eliza A., milliner, 38 German st.
Searley George R., bacon dealer, 96 Ann st.
—— Mrs. Jane, 96 Ann st.
—— James E., teacher, 167 Ann st., h. 197 Ann.
Sears Thomas, 41 Camden st.
—— Thomas, boiler maker, 145 Hollins st.
Seaton James, brass founder, 16 York st.
Seaver Joseph, firm Elmes & Seaver,10 N. Front.
Seccombe Thomas, carpenter, 16 Harrison st.,
h. 227 Aisquith st.
Seche Joseph, cabinet maker, 15 Park st., h. 20
Park st.
SeebergerAdolphus, boot and shoemaker, 180
Forrest st.
Seebold James C., tobacconist, 18 North st., h.
111 Ensor st.
ieed James, butcher, 53 Penna. av.
Seeger Francis, dry goods mer., 78 N. Eden st.
—— Jacob, silver plater, 23 German st.
Seemuller A., tobacconist, 21 N. Frederick st.
Seever Augustus F., 55 Mulberry st.
Segadd Luther, boot maker, 11 Henrietta st.
Seibert Francis, shoemaker, 179 S. Sharp st.
—— G., cage maker, 246 S. Bond st.
Seidenstricker Elizabeth, 19 Lewis st.
—— John B, &. Co., hardware mers., 151 N. Gay.
—— John B., of firm, h. 148 N. Exeter st.
—— Frederick, tobacconist, 59 Marsh Market
Seigler Joseph, piano maker, 48 Liberty alley,
Seikaman Henry, grocer, 86 French st.
Seim Henry, grocer, 7 E. Monument st.
Seipp Christopher, liq. store, 107 Light st. whf.
Seitz John, boot & shoe maker, 196 Alice Anna.
—— Daniel, baker, 11 West st.
— Charles, boot and shoe maker, 75 S. High,
Seixell John, mariner, 256 Alice Anna st.
Selby Mrs. Rebecca, shopkeeper, 95 S. Howard.
— Mary Ann, milliner, 130 Hanover st.
Seligbran Gerson, segar maker, 181 S. Caroline.
Sellene Charles, manner, 184 Alice Anna st.
Sellers George, tobacconist, 34 Marion st.
— Jacob, carpenter, 295 Saratoga st.

Sellers John S., blacksmith, 1 Jasper st. h. 145
Franklin st.
Selman James C., grocer &. com. mer., 29 Cheap-
side, h. 72 S. Paul st.
Sell way Robert, saddler and harness maker, 82
W. Baltimore st.
Seltzer Mrs. Mary, 146 Penna. av.
—— Jacob, butcher, Greenwillow, near Penn-
sylvania avenue.
Seltzman Boyle, butcher, 596 Saratoga st.
Selvage Wm., coach & harness maker, c. North
and Pleasant sts., h. 78 North st.
—— Wm., coach smith and spring maker, 54 N.
Calvert st.
—— Thomas, tavern keeper, 13 Swan st.
Semore David, brickmaker, 95 Columbia st.
—— John, carter, 138 Columbia st.
Senft John, milkman, 122 William st.
—— Henry, soap and candle maker, 325 Mul-
berry st.
Senseney Johnson, blacksmith, 13 Temple st.
Senter Stephen, baker, 58 Lexington st.
Serkuse Frederick, stevedore, 11 Shakspeare st.
Servary Peter, 125 N. Paca st...
—— Louis, clerk in City Court, 84 Penna. av.
Server Wm. H., morocco dresser, 135 Orleans st.
—— Mrs. Ann, 217 Wolf st.
Seth Wm. G., carpenter, 105 S. High st.
Severe James, wheelwright, 165 E. Pratt st.
—— &. Huyghe, sail makers, 78 Light st. whf.
—— Wm., of firm, 163 Pitt st.
Severson Stephen, grocer and feed mer., 555 W.
Baltimore st.
—— John, carpenter, 100 Barre st.
Seward Mrs. Hannah, 55 Fayette st.
—— Solomon, cooper, 2 S. Caroline st.
—— James, constable, 264 Fleet st.
—— Mrs. H., dress maker, 197 1/2 W. Balto, st.
—— John A., tailor, 73 York st.
—— Levi, sawyer, 214 Gough st.
Sewell Rev. James, 234 Wilk st.
—— John, clerk, 86 S. Paca st.
—— Thomas S., chair maker, 106 Hill st.
—— Wm. R., blacksmith, 453 W. Lombard st,
—— &. Arnest, dry goods mers., 315 W. Balto.
Sexton Dr. Richard, 97 Lexington st.
—— S. B. & Co., stove dealers, 34 Light st,
—— John, shoemaker, 15 Mercer st.
—— Ann, grocer, 15 New st.
Seyler Frederick & Co., curriers, 22 S. Liberty.
—— Frederick, of firm, h. 115 Lexington st.
—— John, cabinet maker, 199 Biddle st.
Seymour Wm. A. ship carpenter, 160 Wolf st.
—— Richard, ship joiner, 81 Bank st.
Shade Philip, tailor, 2 President st.
Shaffer George, carpenter, 11 Somerset st.
—— Wm., tailor, 70 Hughes st.
—— G., 52 N. Gay st.
Shaffner Jacob, artificial flower manuf., 74 W.
Baltimore st.
—— Wm. C., butcher; 247 Hanover st.
Shakleford Lewis, pilot, 76 Lancaster st.
Shamber Wm., sugar refiner, 67 Camden st.
Shamburg Wm., ale and oyster house, 29 S. Lib-
erty st., h. 31 S. Liberty st.
Shanahan Mrs. Euphemia, 32 Camden st.
—— James, laborer, 49 York st.
Shanaman John, tin and sheet iron worker, 132
Franklin st., h. 103 Biddle st.
Shanbprlate John, tinner, 111 Fleet st.
Shane Joseph, collector. 135 Camden st.
—— Edward M., tailor, 12 Camden st.


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