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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 32   View pdf image (33K)
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Boyle Nathaniel, shoemaker, 221 Hanover st.
- Elizabeth, 104, 106, 108 & 110 North st.
—— Wm. K., sweep master, 66 Mulberry at.
__ Edward, ale & oyster house, 7 N. Liberty st
__ Michael, ale & oyster house, basement ,
Court House lane.
Boxold Geo., soap & candle maker, 22 St. Mary st
Brackin Thomas, stonemason, 193 N. Eutaw st
Braden James, ovster dealer, 51 Richmond st.
—— Wm., carter, 286 N. Howard st.
—— Capt. Samuel R., 233 Fleet st.
Bradenbaugh Charles, clerk, 138 Saratoga st.
—— Jacob, shoemaker, 34 Bank st.
—— John, sugar refiner, 92 S. Howard st.
Bradenhouse Wm., carter, 196 Wolf st.
—— Richard, boat builder, 19 Lancaster st.
Bradford Samuel, potter, 127 N. Spring st.
—— Augustus W., clerk Baltimore Co. court
h. 7 Aisquith st.
—— John, flour rner., c. Commerce & Cable st.
h. 84 N. Charles st.
Bradley James H., tobacconist, 62 East st.
—— John, laborer, 4 Pleasant st.
—— John, tailor, 55 Hampstead st.
—— John, 244 Wilk st.
—— Robert, grocer, 16 Gough st.
—— U. & H., tinners, 5 S. Eutaw st.
—— U., of firm, h. 61 German st.
Bradshaw Mrs. Ann, 349 N. Gay st.
—— Mrs. C., prop. U. S. Hotel, 146 W. Pratt st
Brady Joseph, coach painter, 11 Silver st.
—— James, manufacturer, 125 Mulberry st.
—— Wm., tailor, 141 Aisquith st.
—— James, dyer &. scourer, 96 N. Eden st.
—— Patrick, tavern keeper, 1 Camden st.
—— Patrick, shopkeeper, 20 Guilford alley.
—— Patrick, stone cutter, 9 Haw st.
—— Samuel, ship painter, Buchanan 's whf., h
181 E. Pratt st.
—— Dennis, grocer, 100 S. Spring st.
—— Hugh, cellar digger, 17S Park st.
—— Dennis, grocer, 2 Constitution st.
—— Henry, painter, 23 Hillen st.
Bragel Henry, cabinet maker, 34 N. Liberty st
Brambel Mrs. Elizabeth, 14 Maiden lane.
Bram well Nathaniel, cooper, 333 N. Gay st.
—— Wm., huckster, 253 Low st.
Branch & Bro., com. furniture store, 102 W.
Baltimore st.
Brand Mrs. Alexander, 77 Franklin st.
—— Alexander J., grocer, 117 Lexington, h. 77
Franklin st.
Brandt Francis, basket maker, 230 Apple alley.
—— Jacob, agt. Powhattan Steampacket Co. 73
Light st. whf., h. 31 S. Howard st.
Brandell F., shopkeeper, 18 N. Front st.
Brandon Henry, carter, 158 Penna. av.
Brannan James M., dry goods &, clothing store,
108 Light st. whf.
—— Richard, grocer, 33 Hampstead st.
—— John, merchandise broker, 1 Commerce st
h. 120 Mulberry st.
—— Wm., sawyer, 2 N. Eden st.
—— Misses E. & J., fancy store, 99 Mulberry st.
—— Sarah D., tailoress, 8 Lee st.
—— John, shoemaker, 69 Gough st.
—— Alex., tavern keeper, 5 Fish Market space
—— Mrs. Mary, 18 S. Front st.
Brant George, 12 alley E. of William st.
—— John, confectioner, 87 Penna. av.
—— Mrs...Harriet, board, house, 170 German st.
—— Benjamin, tavern keeper, 48 Park st.

Brant John H., porter, 93 Conway st.
—— George, iron founder, 32 Gitting st.
Brase E., grocer, 213 Fayette st.
Brashears John B., cabinet maker, 29 South st.
—— John S., tin plate worker, 30 Hillen st.
—— Geo. W., coach smith, 133 E. Monument st.
—— Francis, coach maker, 106 Barre st.
Brass Joseph, coffee roaster, 61 Camden st.
Bratt John, machinist, 281 Fayette st.
—— George, engineer, 10 Lee st.
—— Arthur, blacksmith, 43 York st.
—— Mrs. Sarah, 20 Hughes st.
—— Wm., blacksmith, 26 Hughes st.
Brauns Sc Focke, importers German goods, 242
W. Baltimore st.
—— F. L., of firm, h. 218 W. Lombard st.
Brautigam Maitin, shoe store, 45N. Howard st.,
h. 31 Garden st.
Brawner Andrew, tavern keeper, 100 Forrest st
—— James, printer, SS N. Canal st.
Brazil Jacob, milkman, 37 Johnson st.
Brecht Charles, 316 N. Howard st.
Breck Joseph, att'y, 83 W. Lombard st., h. 92
E. Pratt st.
Breckenridge Rev. Robert J., D. D., pastor 2d
Presbyterian church, h. 5 Lloyd st.
Bredekamp Herman, grocer, 334 Light st.
Bredemeyer Frederick, firm of Schumaker &
Bredemeyer, h. 51 N. Charles st.
Bregsremann Henry, tailor, 12 E. Pratt st.
Bregel John J., saddler &. harness maker, 48
York av.
Bremer George, tailor, 122 Potter st.
Brendel Mathias, beer brewer, 22 S. Cove st.
Brenan P. E., mahogany dealer, 25 N. Gay st.,
h. 39 N. Gay st.
—— Thos. B., agt., 61 Fayette st., h. 54 George.
—— Richard, tavern keeper, 168 Lexington st.
—— Thomas, weaver, 370 Saratoga st.
—— Bernard, trader, 2S Potter st.
Brenard Albert, laborer, 18 New st.
Brener &. Bro., clothiers, c. Thames &. Bond sts.
— Solomon, of firm, 33 Thames st.
Brenneisen Mrs. Margaret, 736 W. Baltimore st.
Brent Mrs. Harriet, boarding house, 4 Pearl st.
—— R. J., att'y, office in Law Buildings, h. 131
N. Charles st.
Brentfrich George, cooper, 75 Perry st.
Brenton Mrs. Mary Jane, grocer, 51 George st.
Bresler Peter, boot & shoe maker, 66 S.Howard.
Brett Cyrus, gentlemen's furnishing store, 189
W. Baltimore st., h. 4 S. Green st.
Brewer Daniel, cabinet maker, 72 N. Howard st,
Brewington S., tailor, 45 Marion st.
Brian Win., tavern keeper, 252 Broadway.
—— Frederick C., mariner, 120 Gough st.
Briant Mrs. J. C., milliner, 47 W. Baltimore st.
Brice Hon. Nicholas, chief judge Balto* city
court, h. 132 N. Charles st.
—— Mrs., 74 Lexington st.
—— Wm. N., 74 Lexington st.
—— Mrs. Susan, 148 Ann st.
—— Mrs. S., vest maker, 206 Saratoga st.
—— Nicholas C., clerk, 174 S. Sharp st.
—— & Smith, com. mers., 6 Bowly's whf.
—— George H., att'y, 9 Court House lane, h.
132 N. Charles st.
Brickley Rev. George, 122 Camden st.
Bridener John, baker & confect., 21 N. Paca st.
Bridge Stephen, ink & blacking manufacturer,
148 N. Gay st.
—— Cotter, rustic manufacturer, 142 Saratoga st.


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