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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 38   View pdf image (33K)
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Cassiday Luke, grocer, 49 Harford av.
Cassilly Thomas, grocer, 60 S. Spring st.
Cate Ammon, ale & oyster house, 54 South st.
—— Ammon, prop, of Fulton House, 28 W.Pratt.
Cathcart R. & W. H., block & pump makers,
133 Thames st.
—— Robert, of firm, 200 Fleet st.
—— Wm. H., of firm, 154 Ann st.
—— John, ship joiner, 99 Granby st.
Cathell George, engineer, 26 Lee st.
—— Michael, boiler maker, 135 Hollins st.
Caton Richard, 14 E. Lombard st.
Cator Joseph, 159 S. Sharp st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 98 Barre st.
—— John L., brickmaker, 98 Barre st.
Catt Daniel, laborer, 162 Alice Anna st.
Cattendon Wm., sawyer, 44 York st.
Cauffield Mrs. Mary, 131 Saratoga st.
Caughey Samuel, 110 N. Exeter st.
—— B. & P., grocers, 9 Penna. av.
—— Michael, clothier, 34 W, Pratt st.
Caulk James M., tailor, 79 Gough st.
Cause Uriah, shoemaker, 91 York st.
Cave Mrs. Mary, 4 Water st.
—— Charles, drayman, 89 N. Exeter st.
Chabot George H., druggist, 56 North st.
—— George H. jr., mer. tailor, 1 S. Gay st.
Chadwick John, wool. manuf., 134 E. Lombard.
—— Saml., lottery & exch. dealer, 102 W. Pratt
Chaisty Dr. E. J., 158 Mulberry st.
—— Edward, 158 Mulberry st.
Chalmers Prudence, b. h., 23 Fayette st.
—— P. S., mer. tailor, 20 Pennsylvania av.
—— James, rope maker, 8 Gittings st.
—— James J., cabinet maker, 56 Penna. av.
—— Wm., Harford av. near Meth. chapel.
Chamberlain Mrs. Mary Ann, dress maker, 143
Saratoga st.
—— John, shoemaker, 43 Orleans st.
—— John, shoemaker, 285 W. Pratt st.
—— John, carpenter, 8 Comet st.
—— Jno. E., keeperof O. F. Hall, 92 E. Madison
Chamberlaine Dr. Samuel, 131 Fayette st.
Chambers Daniel, 166 E. Lombard st.
—— Mary Ann, huckster, 23 Potter st.
—— Reuben, morocco dresser, 83 French st.
—— Stuart, grocer, 389 Saratoga st.
—— Mrs. Charlotte, 99 Raborg st.
—— Robert M., plasterer, 47 Orchard st.
—— Mrs. Martha, Eutaw st. opp. New Market
engine house.
Chance James R., clerk, 171 Hanover st.
Chance Jaume Martin, cabinet mak., 24 Aisquith.
—— Wm., clock & watch maker, 167 N. Canal.
Chandler John K., blacksmith, 167 Wolf st.
—— George, brick maker, 17 West st.
—— John, tavern keeper, 135 Wilk st.
—— Thomas J., shoemaker, 57 Hampstead st.
—— Thos., shoemaker, 82 N. Strawberry alley.
Chancy Cornelius, .huckster, 43 Stirling st.
Chaney Reverdy, morocco dresser, 63 Mont-
gomery st.
—— Anderson W., shoemaker, 45 Pitt st.
—— James M., millwright, 63 Montgomery st.
—— Mrs. Ruth, 63 Montgomery st.
—— A. W., boot & shoe maker, 38 Harrison st.
— Benjamin, 291 Saratoga st.
Chapin P., plane maker, 44 Light st.
Chapman George, glass agt., 40 S. Charles st.
—— Alien A., firm of Kirkland, Chase & Co.
80 Fayette st.
—— Mrs. Lydia H., dry goods store, 201W. Pratt

Chapman Dr. John, 155 Lexington st.
__ James B., finisher, 211 E. Lombard st.
__ D. H., machinist & collector, 105 Albemarle
—— Jonathan, druggist, 2 South st.
Chappell Philip S., druggist, 59 S. Charles st.
- Thos. S., firm Boyd & Chappell, 9 Hill st
—— John, 106 Lexington st.
__ Mrs. E., teacher, 267 N. Howard st.
__ John G., com. mer., 95 Smith's whf., h. 10
Pitt st.
Charles Benjamin, teacher, 234 Gough st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, tailoress, 112 Happy alley
Chariton George, carter, 212 N. Eden st.
Charlton John, rope maker, 76 Hampstead st.
Charron Jno. B., firm Easter & Co., h. 17 Barnet
Chasaing Edward, 123 Franklin st.
Chase Thorndick, 9 Thames st.
—— Lilly & Co., dry goods com. mers., 12 St
Charles st.
—— Capt., 20 Block st.
—— Mrs. Mary, trimming store, 75 Hillen st.
—— George W., ladies' shoemaker, 140 Pine st
—— Isaac H., ladies' shoemaker, 124 Lexington st
—— Mrs. C., 182 Lexington st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 146 German st.
—— A. S., 42 Courtland st.
—— Brittain, 23 Conway st.
—— Hannibal, brick maker, 103 Conway st.
—— Wells, manuiact'ng warehouse, 7 S. Eutaw
st., h. 1 L. Paca st.
—— Daniel, firm of Kirkland, Chase & Co., 121
Saratoga st.
Chason Capt. George, 68 Block st.
Chasteau Capt. Louis A., 53 E. Pratt st.
Chatard Dr. P., 114 Saratoga st.
—— Dr. F., N. E. c. Charles &. Lexington sts.
Chaytor Mrs. Sarah Jane, 43 S. Howard st.
Cheneybrook Francis, clerk, 172 Mulberry st.
Chenoweth Thomas, carpenter, 58 Union st.
— Rich. B. Sen. , plough maker Stiron founder,
c. Front & Plowman sts., h. 21 Albemarle st
—— Mrs. Mary, 43 N. Exeter st.
—— Mrs. Ann, 38 East st.
Cherry James W., boot & shoe maker, 654 W.
Baltimore st.
—— Edward, segar maker, 110 Vine st.
—— Edward L., shoemaker, 114 Vine st.
Chesapeake Bank, c. North & Fayette sts.
Chesgreen Charles, laborer, 37 Richmond st.
Chesney Mrs. Harriet E., 31 N. Gay st.
Chesnut Mrs. Mary, boarding house, 21 N. Gay
—— Wm., grocer & com. mer., 104 &. 106 W.
Pratt St., h. 104 E. Baltimore st.
—— Samuel, cork manufacturer, 42 S. Calvert st
h. 34 S. Spring st.
Chester Wm., blacksmith, 11 Pleasant st., h. 13
Pleasant st.
Cheston Galloway, flour mer., c. Cable St Patter-
son sts., h. 39 S. Sharp st.
Chew Dr. Samuel, 92 N. Howard st.
Cheyney Samuel, weaver, 6 Preston st.
Chicken Wm., capt. Steamboat Fredericksburg,
h. 6 York st.
Chickering, Cole & Gleason, root beer & mead
manufacturers, 85 Lexington st.
Chigler Wm., 49 Harrison st.
Childs Samuel, coach maker, 33 N. Gay st., h.
38 Pitt st.
—— James, tailor, 85 Burgundy alley.
—— Wm., com. mer. & coal dealer, 78 Bowly's
—— Thomas, police officer, 22 Gittings st.


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