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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
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Yates Mrs. Bridget, 40 N. Front st.
Yeakle George, 87 Conway st.
——v, Charles, tavern, 24 Wilk st.
Yeard George, carpenter, 85 Penna. avenue.
Yearley Alexander &. Son, property and com.
agents, 13 St. Paul st.
— Alexander, of firm, h. 64 N. Green st.
— Thomas C., of firm, h. 259 Lexington st.
— Mrs. Delilah, milliner, 145 S. Bond st.
— Johu, mariner, 147 S. Bond st.
— Ann, teacher, 111 Gough st.
Yeates Dr. John L., 45 N. Frederick st.
—— Joseph C., Lombard st., opp. Exchange.
— Thomas J. R., clerk, 63 S. High st.
— George W., agent for Trustees of Poor for
Baltimore city and county, 121 N. Exeter st.
Yeatman John W., saddler, 281 N. Gay st.
Yellman Miss Mary, milliner, 39 N. Eutaw st.
Yeo Alexander, painter, 119 S. Bond st.
Yeptz John, shoemaker, 72 Thames st.
Yerkes Geo., oyster house, Wine st. near Charles.
—— David A., tavern, 176 N. Gay st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth W., 38 Maiden lane.
Yewell John, shipsmith, 127 Light st. wharf, h.
247 Light st.
Yost John, carpenter, 80 Pine st.
—— Wm., boot and shoe maker, 357 W. Pratt.
Youce E. L., grocer, 65 N. Eutaw st.
Youlker Mrs. Elizabeth, 96 N. Caroline st.
Youndt Mrs. Mary S., music teacher, 118 S.
Paca st.
Young Mrs. Rebecca, upholsterer, 78 Lexington.
—— George, turner, 4 Wagon alley.
—— Samuel, landajt., c. Gayst. and Orange al.
—— C. E., stock maker. 1 Holliday st.
—— Jehu, tailor, 57 George st.
—— Charles H., tailor, 20 N. Liberty st.
—— John, carpenter, 20S N. Eutaw st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 103 Saratoga st.
—— James L., carpenter, 96 Pine st.
—— John B., dry goods mer., 100 N. Paca st.
—— Mrs., 62 Vine st.
—— Alexander, clerk to U. S. appraisers' public
store c. Gay and Lombard sts., h. 64 Court-
land st.
—— Wm., Jr., com. mer., 66 Bowly's wharf, h.
15 Albemarle st.
—— Mrs. Sarah, 61 Perry st.
—— Charles, tinner, 99 N. High st.
—— Henry, comb maker, 90 N. Eden st.
—— James, book and job printer, Sun buildings,
3 S. Gay st., h. 96 S. Eden st.
—— Walter, mariner, 192 Wolf st.
—— Michael, laborer, 145 Alice Anna st.
—— Frederick, carter, 81 Wilk st.
—— Joshua A., ship joiner, lower end W. Falls
avenue, h. 93 Wilk st.
—— Capt. Henry, 104 Gough st.
—— Wm., mariner, 1 Argyle alley.

Young Mrs. Rebecca, 70 Argyle alley.
—— John, carpenter 10 N. Caroline st.
—— Frederick, printer, 24 Lloyd st.
—— Andrew, carter, 304 Raborg st.
—— Hanson, printer, 53 Stirling st.
—— John H., grocer, 70 Aisquith st.
—— Wm., 74 Aisquith st.
—— Charles, laborer, 132 S. Canal st.
—— P«ter F., laborer, 25 Low st.
—— Henry, brushmaker, 25 Hampstead st.
—— Mrs. Mary, b. h., 139 E. Monument st.
—— Wm., laborer, 84 N. Strawberry alley.
—— Wm. G., tinner, 172 Biddle st.
Younger Richard, bricklayer, 352 W. Lombard.
—— Daniel K., agent at Vinegar depot, 2 Lovely
lane, h. 5 Fawn st.
—— Richard, 334 Lexington st.
Youngman John, laborer, 68 Preston st.
Youngs John B., fur blower, rear of 2 W. Bal-
timore st., h. 189 E. Monument st.
Youse George, carpenter, Neighbor st. near
Harford avenue.

ZACHARY Wm., pilot, 144 S. Bond st.
Zalluhofer George, carpet weaver, 92 N. Gay st.
Zane Peter, 193 N. Canal st.
Zeigelmeier L., shoemaker, 15 Perry st.
Zeigler John L., butcher, 67 Conway st.
—— Conradt, butcher, 884 W. Baltimore st.
, Zell Peter, grocer and produce mer., 145 N.
Howard st., h. 143 N. Paca st.
—— John, firm of Hays, Zell, Ridgely & Cook,
h. 246 N. Howard st.
Zerkell Wm., tailor, 64 Albemarle st.
Zerwek Daniel, butcher, 101 Montgomery st.
Zetzener John F., job printer, 21 S. Liberty st.
Ziegenfelder Fred'k, cabinet maker, 67 Camden.
Ziegler AVm., boot &. shoe mak., 289 N. Howard.
Zigler John, confectioner, 387 Saratoga st.
—— John, carpenter, 116 Aisquith st.
—— John, victualler, 49 N. Frederick st.
—— Mrs. Eliz., upholsterer, 49 N. Frederick.
Zimmer Philip, tailor, 59 N. Frederick st.
—— Wm., tailor, 54 Apple alley.
Zimmerman John, carpenter, 40 George st.
—— George H., tobacconist, 271 Saratoga st.
—— Mrs. Matilda, b. b., 17 S. Liberty st.
—— B. F., hardware mer., 171 Franklin st.
—— Isaac, grocer and flour mer., 6 Penna. av.,
h. 143 N. Pine st.
—— Mathias, grocer, 11 S. Green st.
—— Christian, carpenter, 327 Mulberry st.
Zimmich, Fred'k, boot &. shoe mak., 93 Camden.
Zinkard Joseph, basket maker, 231 S. Bond st.
Zorbach Henry, shoemaker, 37 Bank st.
Zorn Mrs. Mary, 137 N. Exeter st.
Zwisele Pius, 9 Douglass st.


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