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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 121   View pdf image (33K)
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Spencer Wm. P., bedding store, 37 S. Calvert.
Sperry Peter E., variety store, 147 Camden st.
— Caroline, stockmaker, Maryland Arcade.
Spettit Mrs. Elizabeth, 131 N. Eutaw st.
Spicer Hiram, grocer, 442 W. Lombard st.
— John, mer. tailor, 163 Franklin st.
— Thomas, .clerk U. S. District Court, base-
ment Masonic Hall, h. 88 N. Eutaw st.
—— Thomas, Jr., cashier Western Bank, h. 88
N. Eutaw st.
— Samuel S., shoemaker, 150 N. High st.
Spies J. Jacob, boot & shoe maker, 50 N. Paca.
—— Charles L., prof, of dancing, over S. E. c.
Baltimore and Charles sts.
—— Margaret, dress maker, 86 Hill st.
—— Andrew, furniture wagoner, 39 Garden st.
—— John G., comb maker, 46 Barre st.
Spilcker Charles W., oil and candle dealer, 136
W. Baltimore st
Spilker &. Albert!, importers of German goods, 6
S. Liberty st.
—— Charles, of firm, h. 36 S. Green st.
Spilman James, hardware mer., 78 N. Gay st.
—— John, wheelwright, 7 S. Bond st.
Spindler Win. C., 13 Aisquith st.
Spranklin John, carpenter, 43 N. Spring st.
Spreckelsen & Wier, ship chandlers and grocers,
19 Thames st.
—— George A. V.,h. 71 E. Pratt st.
Sprigg D., cashier Merchants' Bank, 105 Fayctte.
—— Miss Margaret, 102 Park st.
Spriggs George, pilot, 234 Pitt st.
—— Anthony, drayman, 9 Peach alley.
Springer David C., 26 Stiles st.
—— David, tailor and scourer, 11 Balderston st.
Sprole John, huckster, 297 E. Monument st.
Sproles Wm., carter, 130 S. Spring st.
Sproston Mrs. Jane, 189 Fayette st.
Spurrier Nelson, conveyanc., 4 Spurrier's court,
h. 159 Park st.
—— Grafton D., magistrate & convey., S. E. c.
Fayette & St. Paul sis., h. 84 E. Balto, st.
—— Mrs. E., fancy dress maker, 84 Pearl st.
—— Wm., huckster, 84 Pearl st.
Stabb Jacob, tavern keeper, 300 S. Bond st.
Stabler & Canby, druggists, 120 W. Pratt st.
—— Edward, of firm, h. 62 Conway st.
Stackhouse John, laborer, 20 S. Eutaw st.
Stafford Capt. Wm. W., 93 S. Caroline st.
—— J. & N., carpenters, 38 Fell st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 42 Fell st.
—— Nicholas, laborer, 96 York av.
Stahl Jacob, gardener, 111 N. Canal st.
—— , pedler, 181 Alice Anna st.
—— Jacob, tin & sheet iron worker, 44 Harrison
—— Charles G., grocer, 70 Harrison st.
—— Alexander, carpenter, 5 New st.
Staie Richard M., miniature painter, 205 J W
Baltimore st.
Stains Samuel, ship carpenter, 252 Alice Anna
Stalford Frederick, currier, 74 S. Eutaw st.
Stall Wm., grocer, 187 N. Eutaw st.
—— Joseph, bricklayer, 126 N. Cove st.
—— Aquila J., bricklayer, 17 Constitution st.
Stallings Peter, brickmaker, 101 Columbia st.
—— Samuel, brickmaker, 13S Columbia st.
Stammen Mrs. Mary, 104 N. Eden st.
Stammer Matthew, tailor, 99 Peirce st.
Stamp Thomas, cooper, 17 Haw st.
— George A., clerk, 57 N. Liberty st.
Standerfor S Philip, millwright, 151 Hollins st.
— Jacob, milkman, 115 N. Canal st.

Stanford Henry, hatter, 12 Orleans st.
—— Thomas, hatter, 34 Orleans st.
—— Thomas H., ladies' shoemaker, c. Pearl &
Saratoga sts., h, 137 Pearl st.
Stanley James, brush maker, 10 Somerset st.
—— Mrs...Rachel, 172 E. Pratt pt.
—— J. P. E., stove man'uf., 46 S. Calvert si.
Stannard George, firm of Ford &. Stannard, h.
69 N. Paca st.
Stansbury Nicholas, broker, 61 Marsh Mark, sp.,
h. 45 N. Front st.
—— Darms, carpenter, 130 N. High st., h. 187
N. High st.
—— Elijah, Jr., lime mer., 111 Albemarle st.
—— Lemuel, book keeper, 55 Biddle st.
—— Jesse, collector, 87 N. Eden st.
—— Jacob, clothier, 205 S. Caroline st.
—— John E., livery stable keeper, 21 Lancaster
st., h. 295 S. Bond st.
—— James, druggist, 237 Broadway.
—— Joseph B., druggist, 61 Thames st.
—— Joseph, grocer, 76 Wilk c. Exeter st.
—— Nathaniel, 257 Wilk st.
—— Hammond, carpenter, 172 Bank st.
—— John, 82 E. Lombard st.
—— Emanuel, 276 N. Gay st.
—— Daniel, boot and shoe maker, 181 E. Balto.
—— Richard, boot & shoe maker, 157 E. Balto.
—— Wm., ship carpenter, 208 Gough st.
—— Mrs. Tabitha, shopkeeper, 144 Forrest st.
—— John S., produce mer., 14 Penna. av., h.
172 Pearl st.
—— Wm., painter, 88 Saratoga st.
—— Mrs. Sarah, 62 N. Eutaw st.
Stanton John, comb maker, 134 S. Eutaw st.
—— Thomas, blacksmith, 13 Armistead lane.
Stapleford Winlock, watchman, 103 N. Caroline.
Stapleton Jos. K., brush, bellows &. fishing tackle
manuf., 198 W. Balto, st., h. 75 S. Sharp st.
—— R. E., 9 N. Exeter st.
—— Joshua, carpenter, 188 Aisquith st.
Starbwick Moses. trader, 66 Conway st.
Starchman Mrs. Ann, b. h. 17 E. Lombard st.
Starr Wm., tailor, 227 Apple alley.
—— Mrs. Rebecca, 67 Pitt st.
—— Dr. Hezekiah, 16 N. Liberty st.
—— Wesley EC Sons, tob. com. mers., 72 Light
st. whf.
—— Wesley, of firm, h. 253 W. Lombard st.
—— Robert Y., of firm, h. 119 Conway st.
—— Wm. M., of firm, h. 123 Conway st.
—— Robert, tobacconist, 31 S. Calvert st.
—— Mrs. Martha, 104 S. Green st.
—— John, cooper, 106 Hollins st.
—— George W., plasterer, 117 W. Madison st.
—— John, painter, 34 Stirling st.
Start &. Blakeney, carpenters, 153 Aisquith st.
—— Benjamin, of firm, h. 253 E. Monument st.
—— Solomon, grocer, 205 S. Charles st.
Startzman Isaac, currier, 52 S. Calvert st.
—— Abraham, tanner, 85 S. Edeu st
Starwhite John, shoemaker, 49 Orchard st.
Staten David, grocer, 106 N. Canal st.
Stauff Ernest, tailor, 4 Swan st.
Stauter John, blacksmith, 100 Lexington st., h.
22 New Church st.
—— Nicholas, boot & shoe maker, 94 Hillen st.
Staylor John, grocer, 26 West st.
—— Mrs. Eliza, 20 West st.
—— Henry, carpenter, 191 N. High st., h. 46
French st.
—— John, carpenter, 5 Constitution st.


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