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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 23   View pdf image (33K)
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A.mos Mrs. Sarah, 151 E. Madison st.
—— James, currier, 15 Ensor st.
. —— Mrs. Susan, 52 Ensor st.
—— Dr. Corbin, 138 Fayette st.
. —— James, clothier, 74 Marsh Market space.
—— - Alfred, clerk, 183 Hanover st.
—— John & Son, hatters, 126 N. Gay st.
—— John of firm, h. 143 N. High st.
. —— Wm. Y., potter, 68 East st., h. 53 Potter st.
Anchuitz Henry P., carpet weaver, 27 E. Pratt st.
Anderson Mrs. Cybella, 187 Alice Anna st.
—— Mrs. Sarah Jane, 35 Fawn st.
—— James, porter, 131 N. Spring st.
—— Samuel T., 90 Fayette st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 21 Barnet st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 161 N. Paca st.
—— Mrs. Rachel, 169 N. Paca st.
—— David, blacksmith, 51 S. Howard st., h. 50
Carpenters alley.
—— James M., engraver, 148 W. Baltimore st.,
h. 11 N. Exeter st.
—— Thomas, carpenter, 113 Hill st.
—— John, cooper, 47 York st.
—— Mrs. Edith, 78 York st.
—— & Bro., grocers, 117 N. High st.
—— F. D. of firm, h. 363 N. Gay st.
—— Robert, collector, 65 Forrest st.
—— Wm., rigger, 26 Shakspeare st.
Andrews George W., chemist &, druggist, 5 W.
Baltimore st.
—— H. W., druggist, 51 Hill st.
—— Mrs., 46 Montgomery st.
—— Mrs. Ann, 33 Columbia st.
—— Jacob, glass cutter, Uhlers alley, h. 33 Co-
lumbia st.
—— James, blacksmith, 464 W. Lombard st.
—— Edward, carpenter, 490 W. Lombard st.
—— Robert, wool inspect., 263 E. Monument st.
—— Jacob, glass cutter, 240 E. Pratt st.
—— Wm., drayman, 7 Batik st.
—— John, shoemaker, 23 Constitution st.
Anerman Jacob, japanner and snuff-box maker,
33 S. Frederick st.
Angalaup Adam, tailor, 6 E. Pratt st.
Annan Dr. Samuel, 35 N. Liberty st.
—— John, paver, 85 Harford av.
Anthony Wm. B., ship carpenter, 17 Thomsen st.
—— Henry, iron trader, 72 Pennsylvania av.
—— Abraham, tailor, 16 Ensor st.
Antry George, laborer, 104 Happy alley.
Anzmann Joseph, boot and shoe maker, 157 N.
Eutaw st.
Apel Frederick, tailor, 157 Light st.
Appil Henry, tailor, 24 Jasper st.
Appleby Mrs. Rebecca, 46 E. Lombard st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, seamstress, 32 Orleans st.
—— Rev. Bignall, pastor Engl. Luth. chapel,
Monument st., h. 176 E. Madison st.
— Wm., brickmaker, 94 Montgomery st.
Applegarth Robert, tobacconist, 37 Hill st.
— Capt. Wm., 109 S. High st.
— Alex., grocer and commission merchant
102 Dugan's whf., h. 4 N. High st.
— Robert, shoemaker, 164 S. Howard st.
Appler Jesse, cabinet maker, 122 S. Howard st
Appleton Wm. S., firm of Wyman, Appleton &
Co., h. 96 W. Monument st.
— George D., 9 Barnet st.
Appold George & Sons, leather dealers, 100 W
Lombard st. corner of Cheapside.
— George, of firm, h. 84 N. Calvert st.
— Peter, rag dealer, 670 W. Baltimore st.

Appold Samuel, of firm, h. 16 Mulberry st.
—— Andrew, engineer, 217 E. Monument st.
Arbaugh Wm., shoemaker, 250 Franklin st.
Arcade Maryland, W. side of Centre Market
space, between Lombard and Second sts.
—— Baltimore, N. side of Lexington Market,
between Eutaw and Paca sts.
Arcenball Mrs. Juliet, French teach., 146 Fine st.
Archbold Samuel, engineer, 50 York st.
Archer R. H., teacher, 40 Lexington st.
Ardin David, ladies' shoemaker, 4 South st.
Arenat G., shoemaker, 8 State st.
Arlow Mrs. Lucretia, 151 N. Canal st.
—— Andrew, tin and coppersmith, 139 N.
Canal st.
Armager Mrs. Letitia, 70 N. Exeter st.
—— Jesse, comb maker, 184 Hanover st.
—— John, shoemaker, 116 Aisquith st.
—— Benjamin, 45 Jackson st.
Armistead Mrs. Col. George, Park st., opposite
Visitation Convent.
—— C. Hughes, hardware mer., 235 W. Bal-
timore st., h. 99 W. Monument st.
Armitage Wm. H., grocer, 53 N. Howard st.
—— Dr. James, h. N. W. c. Fayette & Paca sts.
Armitage John H., carpenter, 93 Harford av.
Armons James, police officer, 189 Aisquith st.
Armor John, mer. tailor, 137 Fayette st., h. 182
S. Paca st.
—— Wm., tailor, 3 Ross st.
Armour Joseph G., house and sign painter, S. E.
c. Holliday and Fayette sts., h. 76 S. Paca st.
—— James, 117 E. Baltimore st.
Armstrong Asa, shoemaker, 170 E. Pratt st.
—— Alfred P., house & sign painter, 218 Ann st.
—— Thomas, laborer, 25 Granby st.
—— Asa, shoemaker, 50 Apple alley.
—— Andrew, boat builder, 62 Block st.
—— Dennis, shoemaker, 81 Stirling st.
—— Thomas, saddler and harness maker, 5 N.
Liberty st.
—— Henry, boot & shoe maker, 121 Saratoga st.
—— & Berry, booksellers and stationers, 166
W. Baltimore st.
—— Robert G., of firm, h. 80 N. Paca st.
—— Thomas, dry goods mer., 175 W. Baltimore
st, h. 11 S. Howard st.
—— John, boot, shoe, hat & bonnet store, 237 W.
Baltimore st.
—— Andrew, firm of Conway and Armstrong,
59 Barre st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 37 Montgomery st.
—— James L., city assessor, 54 N. Green st.
—— James Dunn, counting house, over 39
Cheapside, h. 35 N. Calvert st.
—— Mrs. James, 35 N. Calvert st.
—— Jas., soap & candle manufacturer, 25 Con-
cord st., h. 132 S. High st.
—— James, saddler, 95 Albemarle st.
Arnest Thomas M., firm of Sewell & Arnest, h.
18 S. Howard st.
Arnold Francis, surgical instrument maker, 11
S. Sharp st.
—— Wm., bricklayer, 12 S. Paca st.
—— G. W., baker & confectioner, 104 Fayette st.
—— Miss M., fancy dress maker, 140 Fayette st.
—— Thomas, blacksmith, 43 E. Monument st.
Arthur Robert, carter, 315 E. Monument st.
—— Hugh, millwright, 347 Saratoga st.
—— Mrs. Anne, confectioner, 28 Camden st.
—— Henry, baker, 28 Camden st.
—— John, hatter, 172 N. Exeter st.


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