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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
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Smith James, bricklayer, 235 Aon at.
—— Matthew, laborer, 161 S. Spring st.
—— Adam, laborer, 237 S. Strawberry alley.
—— George, baker, 20 Block st'
—— Wm. F., shipwright, 76 Block st.
—— Joseph, millwright, 84 Philpot st.
—— James, clerk, 60 German st.
—— Capt. Win., 48 Holland st.
—— Christian, boot and shoe maker, 30 Pitt, h.
19 Nicholson st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 132 Pitt st.
—— Mrs. Alice, dress maker, 222 Pitt st.
—— Andrew, quarantine officer, 91 Pitt st.
—— Christopher, 291 Rahorg st.
—— David F., variety store, 189 N. Gay st.
—— Wm., letter cutter, 265 N. Gay st.
—— John Q., music printer, 70 French st.
—— Miss Eugenia, 126 French st.
—— Joseph, printer, 3 Constitution st.
—— Martin, grocer, 52 Orleans st.
—— John, grocer, 48 Jackson st.
—— Sarah Ann, 33 Hillen st.
—— Alexander, tailor, 23 S. Canal st.
—— Capt. Stephen, 70 E. Baltimore st.
—— Mathias, boot &. shoe maker, 184 E. Balti-
more st.
—— Thomas K., clerk, 14 Lloyd st.
—— Sebastian, wheelwright and blacksmith, 97
E. Madison st.
—— Charles H., cooper, 548 W. Baltimore st.,
h. 108 Raborg st.
—— & Atkinson, druggists, 288 \V. Balto, st.
—— Robert M., of firm, h. 87 Camden st.
—— George, cooper, 734 W. Baltimore st.
—— Valentine, tailor, 14 Lee st.
—— George W., carpenter, 70 Lee, h. 59 Hill st.
—— Wm., painter and glazier, 79 Hill st.
—— Wm., cooper, 45 Montgomery st.
—— Joshua, engineer, 10 York st.
—— Thomas H., boiler maker, 40 York st.
—— James L., boot St shoemaker, 25 W. Pratt.
—— Mrs. Louisa, tavern keeper, 169 W. Pratt.
—— Matthew, 38 S. Sharp st
—— Thomas, blacksmith, 65 Henrietta st.
—— Peter, laborer, 8 Armistead lane.
—— Gen. John Spear, 64 W. Lombard st.
—— Dr. N. R., 193 W. Lombard st.
—— John R., engineer, 469 W. Lombard st.
—— George, house and sign painter, 109 S.
Green st.
—— Nicholas, cooper, 106 Hollihs st.
—— Andrew M., machinist, 115 Hollins st.
—— Samuel, iron founder, 17 N. Amity st.
—— Henry, carpenter, 104 Ross st.
—— George, grocer, 36 Union st.
—— John, stone mason, 49 Preston st.
—— Rensalaer, blacksmith, 101 Penna. av.
—— Cyrus, tailor, 43 Salisbury st.
—— Seth, last maker, 57 Salisbury st., h. 110 E.
Lombard st.
—— JohnW., broker, 51 Second st., h. 332
Franklin st...
—— Henry, cooper, 313 Mulberry st.
—— James D., comb maker, 317 Mulberry st.
—— Frederick, butcher, 437 Saratoga st.
—— Henry, butcher, 468 Saratoga st.
—— John J., clerk, 338 Lexington st.
—— Mrs. Henrietta, 88 Dover st.
— Mrs. Ellen, weaver, 127 Peirce st.
—— Samuel W., 21 N. Calvert st.
—— Capt. Richard E., 70 S. High st
— Mrs. Elizabeth, grocer; 10 Second st.

Smith Francis H., agent Franklin Fire Ins. Go. of
Philadelphia, and N. York Life Ins. & Trust
Co., 4 North st, b. 23 Cathedral st.
—— Job Jr. & Co., lumber mers., Frederick' st.
wharf.
—— Job Jr., of firm, h. 37 N. Front st.
—— & Curlett, steam soap and candle manuf.,
c. Holliday and Pleasant sta.
—— Priscilla, grocer, 15 Potter st.
—— Wm., carter, 10 Potter st.
—— Henry, carpenter, 93 East st.
—— Benjamin, coach smith, 59 Forrest st.
—— Edward, tailor, 22 N. Exeter st.
—— E., teacher, 28 N. Exeter st.
—— John P., coach trimmer, 206 N. Exeter st.
—— Mrs. John, 105 N. Exeter st.
—— Zamuth, seaman, 107 N. Exeter st
—— Mrs. Lambert, 39 Pleasant st
—— Mrs. Susan, 16 Saratoga st.
—— David L., shoemaker, 68 Harrison st.
—— James P., mattress maker, 68 Harrison st.
—— Andrew, grocer, 93 Mulberry st
—— Alexander, clerk, 111 Mulberry st.
—— Philip, tavern keeper, 102 Fayette st.
—— John &. Alexander, iron mers., 8 Hollings-
worth St.
—— John, of firm, 70 Saratoga st
—— Alexander, of firm, 18 N. Charles st
—— Thomas, second hand furniture dealer, 54
N. Eutaw st
—— Dr. Gideon B., office basement Chesapeake
Bank, h. 174 Mulberry st
—— George W., bricklayer, 252 Mulberry st.
—— Wm., variety store, 159 Franklin st.
—— Eli, cooper, 3 Pine st.
—— Solomon, tailor, 125 Pine st.
—— George W., ladies' shoemaker, 127 Pine st
—— John, locksmith, 16 Pine st.
—— J . G., grocer, 103 McElderry's whf.
—— & Pattison, com. mers., 92 Dugan's whf.
—— John, of firm, h. 36 Fawn st.
—— John, blacksmith, 114 N. Paca st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 16 Peirce st.
—— Wm., cooper, 58 Raborg st.
—— Ferdinand, blacksmith, 16 Rock st.
—— Wm. engineer, 20 Rock st.
—— Mrs. Rebecca, 19 Rock st.
—— John E., carpenter, 257 N. Howard st.
—— Lloyd, laborer, 26 Jasper st.
—— Robert, huckster, 53 Richmond st.
—— John, baker, 72 S. Eutaw st.
—— & Sharkey, china, glass and queensware
mers., 317 W. Baltimore st.
—— Andrew, tobacconist, 334 W. Baltimore, h.
106 S. Paca st.
—— James, grocer, 160 S. Paca st.
—— Ringgold, chair maker, 39 South, h. 103 E.
Pratt st.
—— Mrs. Bridget, grocer, 155 Light st.
—— George, nightman, 356 Light st.
—— Mrs. Sarah Ann, 128 S. Charles st.
—— Randolph A., teacher, 30 Hanover st.
—— Dennis A., 415 W. Baltimore st.
— John M., carpenter, 146 E. Madison st.
—— Nicholas, grocer & feed mer., 4 York av.
—— John.Jaborer, 69 Buren st.
—— Andrew K., clerk, 134 E. Monument st
— Margaret, seamstress, 55 E. Monument st.
—— James, grocer, 271 E. Monument st.
—— John, jporter, 24 Stirling st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, boarding bouse, 57 Ensor.
—— John H., chair maker, 15 Lewis st.



 

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