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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 120   View pdf image (33K)
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Smith John, carpenter, 87 Garden St.
— — Gerhard, grocer, 75 Salisbury st.
— — George, oyster house, 42 Thames st.
— — John.Thos., clerk Bank Bait., 113 Conway.
Smithson Mrs. Hannah, 27 Garden st.
—— Gabriel, grocer, 26 Lloyd, c. Lombard, h.
25 Orleans st.
Smull David B., tin, sheet iron & copper worker,
62 W. Pratt, h. 55 S. Exeter st.
Snack Henry, carpenter, 248 Mulberry st.
Snavely John, baker, 161 N. Exeter st.
Sneed John, carpenter, 273 Saratoga st.
—— Edward, ship joiner, 91 William st.
Snider Henry, fruit dealer, 13 Ensor st.
—— Louis, carpet weaver, 32 Balderston st.
—— John, carpet weaver, 31 S. Paca st.
—— Adam, shoemaker, 21 Perry st.
Snodgrass Silas, carpenter, 173 Park st.
—— Dr. Joseph E., editor Balto. Saturday Vis-
iter, h. 103 N. High st.
—— Hiram, coachmaker, 168 N. Howard st.
Snow Capt. Freeman, 91 Albemarle st.
—— Capt. Charles G.. 160 Broadway.
Snowden R. N., grocer, 30 N. Paca st.
—— Jane, 74 Potter st.
—— Miss Eliza, teacher, 44 S. Sharp st.
Snuff Valentine, basket maker, 183 Peirce st.
—— Factory, Buren st., near French.
Snyder Samuel, tinner, 170 Pearl st.
—— Henry, City Collector, office in City Hall,
h. 269 N. Howard st.
—— Mathias, baker, 224 N. Howard st.
—— Joseph R., merchandise broker, 4S S. Gay,
h. 70 Courtland st.
—— Baltzer, blacksmith, 207 S. Bond st.
—— George, tailor, 5 Holland st.
—— Jacob, blacksmith, 347 N. Gay st.
—— Mrs. Harriet, baker, 216 N. Gay st.
—— Justus, Venitian blind maker, 286 W.Balto.
—— Martin, grocer. 42 Camden st.
—— Dr. George D., 375 Franklin st.
—— Benjamin B., firm of Whittington &. Sny-
der, 330 Lexington st.
—— John J., att'y at law, 19 North st.
—— Mrs. Eliza, board, house, 42 N. Calvert st.
—— Dr. Peter, 66 S. Exeter st.
—— Peter, paver, 263 Forrest st.
Soden Charles, huckster, 132 N. Spring st.
Sellers Benjamin, blacksmith, 103 Vine st.
—— Thomas O., keeper Baltimore City and
County Jail.
Solomon Wm., boot & shoe maker, 298 S. Bond.
—— & Lamdin, sail mak., 127 McElderry's wf.
—— Wm. T., sail maker, 7 Holland st.
Solter Christian, shoemaker, 63 Orleans st.
Solze & Humphreys, shoe finding store, 5 Cheap-
—— Mrs. Caroline, milliner, 132 Lexington st.
Somer John, watchmaker, 273 S. Bond st.
Somerville Wm., machinist, 150 E. Madison st.
—— James, painter, 148 Ensor st.
—— Thomas, machinist, 53 Buren st.
—— Mrs. Yates, fancy store, 258 N. Gay st.
Sommerkamp Edward F., upholsterer, 208 S
Charles st.
Sommers Frederick, tavern, 305 S. Bond st.
— Jacob, Jr., coach maker, 9 S. Green st.
—— Jacob, grocer, 124 N. Exeter st.
—— Jacob, coach & harness maker, 35 S. How-
ard st, h. 201 W. Lombard st.
— Samuel, coach maker, 113 S. Howard st.
Soper W. H. & E, auctioneers, 36 S. Charles st

Sondheimer &. Wallfisch, dry goods mere., 18
W. Pratt st.
Sophf John, carpet weaver, 253 S. Bond st.
Soran Charles, inspector of customs, 34 Seconc
—— John, chair maker, 137 S. Bond st.
Sorlar August, morocco dresser, 11 Nicholson st
Souder Conrad, boot and shoe maker, 194 S. Ca
roline, h. 158 S. Spring st.
Soulsby Robert, prop. Vauxhall Garden, 15
Light st.
Southcomb Robert, firm of Emery & Co., h. 6
Mulberry st.
—— J. P., surgeon dentist, 26 Fayette st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 131 N. Exeter st.
Southgate Robert O., 42 N. Exeter st.
Spafford Samuel G. A., carpenter, 155 S. Bone
—— Mrs. Ann, 157 S. Bond st.
Spalding Samuel, laborer, 249 Hanover st.
—— Wm. cooper, 105 Lee st.
—— Basil R., firm of Thompson &. Spalding, 1
84 St. Paul st.
Spalmer Conrad, sexton German Luth. church
h. 27 Fawn st.
Spallock Theodore, cooper, 165 S. Paca, h. 9
Burgundy alley.
Spangler —— , cooper, 6 George st.
Spanner Lewis, turner, 6 Water st.
Sparhawk Samuel, currier, 10 Water st.
—— Stearns, currier, 5 Water st.
Sparklin Rev. Samuel, shoemaker, 77 Jefferson
Sparks B., laborer, 21 Potter st.
—— John, sawyer, 182 Light st.
—— Samuel R., turner, 18 Thomsen st.
Spavin Wm., blacksmith, 10 Elizabeth lane.
Speaks Nicholas, shoemaker, 205 Mulberry st.
Spear Otis, firm of Kroesen &. Spear, h. 82 Mul-
berry st.
—— James, prop. Republican hotel, 109 Thames
—— Mrs. Wm., 62 E. Pratt st.
—— John W., currier, 62 E. Pratt st.
Sped Gotlieb, paver, 61 E. Monument st.
Spedclen Robert, firm of Rickey & Spedden,
178 S. Bond st.
—— Joseph H., firm of Grahame St Spedden, 34
S. Eden st.
—— Vincent B., 774 W. Baltimore st.
—— Thomas, brickmaker, 776 W. Baltimore st
—— Vincent P., brickmaker, 494 W. Lombard
—— Robert, brickmaker, 494 W. Lombard st.
—— John, porter, 15 Carpenter's alley.
—— Edward, brickmaker, 109 Conway st.
Speddy Mrs. Elizabeth, seamstress, 53 Apple a
Speed John J., att'y at law, 35 S. Gay st
Speight J. T., mariner, 26 S. Spring st.
Spellman Mrs. N., 148 Hillen st
Spence S., 248 Fayette st.
—— Groeme K., dry goods mer., 182 W. Pratt st
—— Harman, plasterer, 93 Burgundy alley.
—— Mrs. John, 184 Potter st.
—— W. W. &. Co., com. mers., 72 Spear's whf.
—— W. W., of firm, h. 57 Lexington st.
Spencer Mrs. Abel, varnish & heel ball manuf.,
N. Gay st.
—— Thomas, mer. tailor, 199 S. Bond st.
—— Mrs. Catharine, 260 Broadway.
—— Eloch, laborer, 311 Wilk st.
—— Thomas H., wharfinger, 230 Ann st.
—— Mrs. G., 9 S. Eutaw st.
— James, grocer, 148 Si Paca et.
—— Perry G., ship carpenter, 33 Barre st.
—— Miss Dorothy, dressmaker, 144 8. Sharp
— Robert, clerk, 140 W. Madison st.


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