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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
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Cottingham Samuel, blacksmith, 9 Warren st,
Cottrel James, house and sign painter, N. W. c.
Calvert and Saratoga sts.
Cottman Frederick, 166 N. Exeter st.
Cottrenn Henry W., railway mariner, 21 Hill st.
Cottringer the Misses, teachers, 81 Franklin st.
Couchman George, carpenter and ship joiner,
149 Columbia st.
—— . George, carpenter, 121 Orleans st.
Coughlan Wm., grocer and tavern keeper, 24
Concord st.
Coulson Thomas H., clerk, 81 Albemarle st.
—— Wm. R., tavern keeper, Plowman st., next
to falls, h. 50 E. Lombard st.
—— Andrew, seaman, 74 Argyle al.
—— &, Co., wholesale druggists, 4 S. Liberty.
Coulston Joseph H., 5 Gough st.
Coulter James, laborer, 3 Centre st.
—— Alexander, at Merchants' Bank, 58 Biddle.
—— John, dry goods mer., c. Lexington & Park.
—— John, carpenter, 33 S. Eutaw st.
—— John, teacher, 263 Light st.
—— John P., clerk, h. 15 Salisbury st
—— John, laborer, 23 Richmond st.
—— Samuel, tailor 111 N. Eutaw st.
Council Wm., stonecutter, 1 Fish Market space.
Counselman Jacob, lime and salt dealer, 158 Ger-
man st.
—— Charles, carpenter, 70 Hollins st.
—— George F., mer. tailor, 505 W". Balto, st.
Countess John, brickmaker, 57 Burgundy al.
Coupland & Grove, hatters, 40 W. Balto, st.
—— Richard, of firm, 308 Forrest st.
Coupt John, carpenter, 36 Block st.
Courthouse, c. Calvert &, Lexington sts.
Courtney Mrs. Mary, dress maker, 104 N. Cal-
vert st.
—— Montell & Co., com. mers., 65 S. Gay st.
—— Enoch S., of firm, 127 Hanover st.
—— D. S., 103 Lexington st.
Courts George W., machinist, 160 N. Cove st.
—— James, laborer, 427 Saratoga st.
Cousins John, cooper, 23 President st., h. 107
S. Eden st.
—— Michael, trader, 241 Cough st.
Coveli Joel, conductor on R. R., 480 W. Lom-
bard st.
Covington Mrs. Ann M.., 7 N. Caroline st.
—— Henry, frame maker, 21 Orleans st.
Coward Mrs. Catharine, 218 Alice Anna st.
Cowles J. W., firm of Earnest & Cowles, h. 180
N. Calvert st.
Cowpland Wm. S., lottery and ex. office, e. Pratt
st. &, Marsh Market sp., h. 220 E. Pratt st.
Cox Daniel, plane maker, 52 N. Exeter st.
—— Wm., shoemaker, 226 E. Pratt st.
—— Daniel, confectioner, 29 N. Church st.
—— James, segar maker, 171 Ann st.
—— Joseph & Sons, furriers, 2 S. Liberty st.
—— James G., of firm, 88 Hanover st.
—— Luther J., dry goods mer., 77 W. Balto, st.
—— Mrs. Susannah, 179 S. Paca st.
—— James H., upholsterer and paper hanger,
162 W. Baltimore st.
— Thomas, mariner, 14 Armistead lane.
— John, printer, 113 Vine st.
— Wm. B., tobacconist, 54 S. Exeter st.
— Wm ., porter, 53 Holland st.
— John, grocer, 67 N. Spring st.
Coyle John, engineer, 36 Hamburg st.
— Terrence P., cupper and leecher, 32 N.
Calvert st.

Cozine A. V., morocco dresser, 78 Pearl st.
—— Mrs. Mary Ann, b. h., 8 Somerset st.
Crabbin Benjamin, carpenter, 85 Hollins st.
Craddock Joseph T., vinegar maker, 10 Balder-
ston st., h. c. Exeter and Pitt sts.
Craemer Charles, constable, 88 Granby st.
Craft George, grocer, 43 Centre st.
—— George D., butcher, 548 Saratoga st.
—— Jacob, firm of Lynch & Craft, 20 Grant st.
—— George, carpenter, 214 N. Eutaw st.
Crager Peter, butcher, 874 W. Baltimore st.
Cragg Mrs. Hannah, 229 E. Monument st.
—— John, watchman, 75 E. Monument st.
Craggs Wm., carpenter, 336 Franklin st.
—— Robert, tailor, 97 S. Caroline st.
—— &. Dorrittee, mer. tailois, 245 Broadway.
Craig Horatio E., car builder, 180 N. Eutaw st.
—— Robt., dry goods mer., 22 Marsh Market sp.
—— Thomas, 121 Hillen st.
—— Wm., porter, 12 East st.
—— Samuel, blacksmith, 1 S. Green st.
Cramlett Thomas A., carpenter, 12 Pine st.
—— Stephen, bricklayer, 108 Vine st.
Crane Wm. &. Son, hide and leather dealers, S.
E. c. Cheapside and Water sts.
—— Wm., of firm, h. 31 N. Frederick st.
—— A. Fuller, of firm, 148 Hanover st.
—— Benjamin, dealer in millinery goods, over
257 W. Balto, st, h. 73 Lexington st
—— Mrs. Mary, 42 N. High st.
—— Thomas, laborer, 3 Slemmers al.
—— Mrs. B., milliner, 73 Lexington st.
—— Wm., ladies' shoemaker, 204 Broadway.
—— Thomas, shoemaker, 149 E. Balto, st
Craner Anthony, carpet weaver, 24 Holland st.
Crangle John, carpenter, 129 S. Howard st.
Crapin Capt. Samuel, 87 Orleans st.
Craver John S., bacon mer,, 241 Franklin st.
Crawford Alfred, agt. Philad., Wilmington and
Baltimore R. R. Co., h. 125 Conway st.
—— Joseph, laborer, 160 S. Eutaw st.
—— Wm. Jr., com. mer., 4 Commerce st., h. 9
S. Frederick st.
—— James, porter, 38 S. Frederick st.
—— Robert K. bacon dealer, 140 E. Monument.
—— A. B., prop, bark mill, h. 143 N. Charles st.
—— Wm., jeweller, 5 S. Caroline st.
—— James, chair painter, 75 S. Eden st
—— Samuel, firm of C. Middleton & Co., 141
Potter st.
—— Alexander, 170 N. Calvert st.
—— Patrick, weaver, 216 Raborg st.
—— James, trader, 161 S. Canal st.
—— Thomas W., shoemaker, 24 Thomsen st.
—— Wm., wood dealer, 56 Camden st.
Crawley Peter, rigger, 234 Apple al.
Craycroft Mrs. C., milliner, 256 W. Pratt st.
Creager Joseph, Sr., 77 Peirce st.
Creagh Mrs. Elizabeth, 286 Fleet st.
Creamer Joshua &, Son, lumb. mers., c. Monu-
ment and Forrest sts. & W. Falls av.
—— Joshua, of firm, h. 135 N. Exeter st.
—— David, of firm, c. Monument and Ensor sts.
—— T. & Co., grocers, c. Monument & Ensor sts.
—— James, turner, 175 W. Madison st.
—— John, clerk, 187 E. Monument st.
—— Jacob, wagoner, 184 Biddle st.
Creery John, at Custom House, h. 14 Barnet st.
Creger George, tailor, 36 Wilk st.
Creighton Capt. Henry, 86 Montgomery st.
Creighton Samuel, mariner, 11 Armistead l.
Cremell Christian, basket maker, 206 S. Bond st.


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