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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 118   View pdf image (33K)
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Singleton Charles F., agent Mutual Safety Ins.
Co. of N. Y., over c. Gay and Lombard sts.,
h. SS Courtlan'd at.
Sinners Elijah R., collector, 17 Barre st.
Sisco Charles, fringe and trimmings manuf., 95
W. Baltimore st.
Sisler Bennet, boot & shoe mak., 49 S. Howard.
Sisselberger M., laborer, 39 Richmond st.
—— George, laborer, 310 N. Howard st.
Sisson Hugh, stone cutter, 24 S. Calvert st., h. 261
N. Gay st.
—— Mathias, tailor, 60 Hamburg st.
Sisters of Providence, 35 Richmond st.
Sitler Morris, confectioner, 228 W. Pratt st.
—— Misses Sarah and Mary, dress makers, 104
N. Green st.
Skible George, grocer, 63 Aisquith st.
Skillman & Busch, tobacconists, 23 Marsh Mar-
ket space.
—— George, of firm, h. 38 E. Lombard st.
—— Robert, chair maker, 18 Comet st.
Skinner Wm., ship builder, Hughes' quay, h.
185 Hanover st.
—— Zachariah, ship carpenter, 180 Hanover st.
—— Jeremiah, ship carpenter, 5 Hill st
—— John T., ship carpenter, 8 Hill st.
—— Mrs. Harriet, b. h., 13 Charles st. Spring
—— Mrs. Ann, seamstress, 177 N. Canal st.
—— Dr. Daniel H., 43 German st.
—— Robert, 136 Pitt st.
Skipple Micajah, milkman, 180 Park st.
Skipworth Dr. W. R., 16 N. Paca st.
Skivington Patrick, grocer, 43 N. Paca st.
Skoney Henry, grocer, 285 S. Charles st.
Slack Wm. B., conductor on rail road, 74 S.
Paca st.
Slade Levi A., prop. Bull's Head tavern, 130 N.
Front st.
—— Nelson W., clerk, 116 S. Caroline st.
—— Lewis, seaman, 47 Fell st.
Slain Francis, laborer, 211 Potter st.
Slaney John M., gas metre manuf., 197 Potter.
Slater George, grocer, 192 Lexington st.
—— James, bacon mer., 136 S. Bond st.
—— . Henry, fancy and variety store, 228 Broad-
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 196 E. Pratt st.
—— Benjamin, tailor, 92 Long st.
—— John, bacon dealer, corner Hampstead and
Choptank sts.
Slats George, stage driver, 174 German st.
Slatter Hope H., slave dealer, 244 W. Pratt st.
Slaughter Francis, paper stainer, 6S3 W. Balto.
Slaysman Alexander, 332 N. Gay st.
—— Mahlon, huckster, 108 York avenue.
Slee John, distiller, 30 Addison st.
Sleeger Daniel, printer, 39 N. Exeter st.
Sleeper Mrs. Georgiana, 73 Thames st.
Sleis Dennis, 112 S. Howard st.
Slemmer Christian, 32 E. Pratt st.
Slicer Rev. Henry, 128 N. Exeter st.
—— Wm., temperance eating house, 110 N.
Gay st.
—— Lewis E., coach smith, 38 Jackson st.
— Edward A., clerk at American office, h.
320 E. Baltimore st.
Slingluff Mrs. E., 23 N. Paca st.
—— Charles D., grocer, 13 N. Howard St., h . 247
W. Lombard st.
—— & Devries, dry goods mers., 326 W. Balto.
—— Upton,h..c. Lombard and Eutaw sts.

Sliver & Faringer, soap and candle manuf., 6
Liberty alley.
—— Abraham, of firm, h. 14 Constitution st.
—— Henry, shoemaker, 96 Hillen st.
Sloan Mrs. Harriet, 47 Conway st.
—— George F., clerk, 112 Hill st.
—— Hugh, baker, rear of 42 N. Calvert st.
—— James, fruit dealer, 92 S. Exeter st.
—— John, 172 S. Sharp st.
—— John, weaver, 30 Granby st.
—— James T., carpenter, 289 Raborg st.
Slothower George, firm of J. H. Duvall & Co., h.
297 Lexington st.
Small John, 3 N. Frederick st.
—— John, Jr., att'y, Post Office buildings, 19
North st.
—— Mra. Agnes, 46 Pearl st.
—— John T., 148 S. Bond st,
—— Josiah, sugar refiner, rear of Hanover mar-
ket, h. 20 N. Eutaw st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 62 S. Eden st.
—— Simon R., firm of Salmon & Small, 62 S.
Eden st.
—— Thomas B., 147 N. Paca st.
—— Jesse W., constable, 61 Vine st.
Smallwood Mrs. Julia, 5 Mulberry st.
—— Francis, shoemaker, 16 Thomsen st.
—— George, shoemaker, 59 S. Eutaw st.
Smart Rev. J. G., 76 Lexington st.
—— Thomas, pearl button manuf., 61 Granby st.
Smeltz Edmund, 16 Tripolett's alley.
Smick Philip, slater, 49 Granby st.
—— Philip, copperplate printer, 224 E. Monu-
ment st.
Smiley Mary, fancy store, 54 Richmond st
—— Robert, Sen., cooper, 83 S. High st.
—— Robert, Jr., cooper, 21 Mercer st.
Smith John S., grocer, 214 Broadway.
—— Mrs. John, 166 Broadway,
—— John, laborer, 3 Shakspeare st.
—— John, tailor, 50 Wilk st.
—— John C., tobacconist, 155 1/2 W. Baltimore st.
—— John, carter, 75 N. Caroline st.
—— John A., 30 Fell st.
—— James, brass moulder, 129 N. Canal.
—— Thomas, cabinet maker, 185 N. Canal st.
—— Peter, fish dealer, 57 N. Eden st
—— Mrs. Amanda, 48 S. Caroline st.
—— James L., shoemaker, 104 S. Eden st.
—— Richard, conductor on rail road, 141 S.
Eden st.
—— Chalmers, segar store, 85 Thames st.
—— Wm. J., huckster, 20 Lancaster st.
—— Samuel, painter, 247 Alice Anna st.
—— Griffin, pilot, 288 Alice Anna st.
—— Richard W., miner, 287 Fleet st.
—— Louisa A., tavern, 183 Wilk st.
—— Francis, laborer, 195 Wilk st.
—— James P., at Custom House, 199 E. Pratt st.
—— Mrs. Adeline, 112 Ann st
—— Elias, pilot, 222 Ann st.
—— Samuel C., cooper, 46 Bank st.
—— Charles, pilot, 139 Ann st.
—— & Cullimore, c. Thames and Ann sts.
—— David, bay trader, 9 Gough st.
—— Andrew, 106 Gough st.
—— George, rigger, 91 Granby st.
—— Chester, 74 Granby st.
—— Henry, cooper, 30 Welcome alley.
—— James, box maker, 191 E. Lombard st.
—— James D, last maker, 79 E. Lombard st.
— Capt. George D., 60 E. Lombard st.


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