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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 52   View pdf image (33K)
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Egan Andrew, cabinet maker, 204 Saratoga st.
Eger David, dry goods mer., 29 N. Eutaw st.
Egerton John B., lottery & exchange dealer, 81
W. Lombard c. South st., h. 74 E. Balto, st
—— C. C., Va. and Md. b. h., 4 S. Calvert st.
—— Chas. C., lottery & exchange dealer, 82 W.
Pratt St., h. 13 S. High st.
Eggen Henry, butcher, 34 Cross st.
Eggers Herman, iron moulder, 212 Alice Anna.
Eggleston Mrs. Mary, 54 S. Bond st.
—— Joseph, carpenter, 103 Raborg st.
—— Josiah, butcher, 81 N. Spring st.
Eglin Charles, bookbinder, 122 N. Paca st.
Ehlen J. H., sugar refiner, 137 N. Paca st.
Ehlers Lewis, grocer, 384 Biddle st.
Ehlies Henry, grocer, 111 S. Howard st.
Ehrhardt George, tailor, 19 Somerset st.
Ehrman Win., furniture store, 28 Harrison st.
—— George, grocer, 80 Harrison st.
—— Jacob, carp., 48 German st., h. 24 S. Eutaw.
—— John, lumber inspector, 33 Wilk st.
Eichelberger Mrs. Elizabeth Ann, confectioner,
439 W. Balto, st.
—— & Wilson, iron mers., 103 W. Lombard st.
—— Wm. O., of firm, h. 25 Hanover st.
—— Emanuel, carpenter, 91 S. Paca st.
—— Edward W., carpenter, 21 S. Paca st.
—— Otho W., 25 Hanover st.
— J. M., house & sign painter, 63 N. Paea st.
—— J. S., tobacconist, 155 Franklin st.
—— Charles W., painter, 197 Mulberry st.
—— Wm. of J., notary public, 58 Fayette st., h.
254 Lexington st.
—— John, tobacconist, 63 Mulberry st.
Eichler John, cooper, 279 S. Bond st.
—— Mrs. Ruth, shopkeeper, 465 W. Balto, st.
Eidel Philip, milkman, 52 —— st., W. of Wil-
liam and S. of West st.
Eigelberner Peter, tinner, 195 S. Paca st.
Eilbacher J. V., blacksmith, 128 Light st. whf.
Einwaechter Alex., blacksmith, 97 Columbia st.,
h. 115 Columbia st.
Eirnhart Edgin, laborer, 42 Hughes st.
Eisenbrant C. H., musical instrument maker, 78
W. Balto, st.
Eisinger George, cabinetmaker, 239 S. Bond st.
Eisler John, clerk, 56 Pitt st.
Elder, Gelston & Co., com. mers., 34 & 36 Com-
merce st.
—— Basil S., of firm, h. 167 Fayette st.
—— J. E., of firm, 86 Fayette st.
—— Mrs. Catharine, dress mak., 102 N. Green.
—— Francis W., firm of White & Elder, 177
Fayette st.
—— Henry, watchman, 91 Penna. av.
—— Hillary L., cabinet maker, c. Eutaw and
Mulberry sts.
—— Francis, copper smith, 9 Humes st.
Elderkin Wm.. G., 24 N. Gay st.
Eldridge Thomas, shoemak., 216 E. Monument
—— Robert, baker, 151 N. Eutaw st.
—— Wilson, baker, 26 N. High st.
Elfrey John, cooper, 12 Douglass st.
Elias Joseph, grocer, 13 New st.
Eliasen E., furniture store, 74 N. Howard.
Ellender Frederick, bricklayer, 9 Mott st.
—— Mrs. Barbara, 260 N. Gay st.
—— Mrs. Charity, butter dealer, 1 Orleans st.
Ellery F. Albert, grocer, 42 Light st.
—— Eppes, dentist, c. Hanover &, Lombard sts
h. 219 Franklin st.
Ellicott & Brothers, iron mars'., 50 Commerce st.

1 Ellicott B. H., ex. broker, 33 S. Gay st., h. 7
E.Balto, st.
—— Samuel & Philip T., prop, of Md. chemical
works & Balto, steam blast furn., 7 Light st.
Pratt st. whf.
—— Samuel, Jr., of firm, h. 27 S. Sharp st.
—— Philip T., 27 S. Sharp st.
—— John, 27 S. Sharp st.
—— Andrew, 85 S. Sharp st.
—— Elias, 54 S. Green st.
—— Wm. M., com. mer., 200 W. Balto, st., h
6 St. Paul st.
Ellingsworth Wm., rigger, 140 S. Canal st.
Eliion H. Cohen, furniture store, 49 N. Howard
Elliott John, piano tuner, 118 W. Madison si.
—— Robert, bricklayer, 105 N. Canal st.
—— Thomas, painter, 249 N. Canal st.
—— Wm., shoemaker, 22 Hughes st.
—— Thomas, laborer, 241 S. Bond st.
—— Nathan J., shoemaker, 33 N. Caroline st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, grocer, 25 Mott st.
—— Edward, carpenter, 34 Orleans st.
—— Wm. E., shoemaker, 64 Jefferson st.
—— John,' carpenter, 7 Somerset sf.
—— Robert, bricklayer, 139 E. Madison st.
—— Wm., carter, 106 E. Madison st.
—— Mrs. Margaret, 228 E. Monument st.
—— Benjamin, laborer, 44 Mulliken st.
—— Thomas, 200 Fayette st.
—— George, shoemaker, 283 Saratoga st.
—— Hubbard, shoemaker, 349 Light st.
—— Wm. S., tailor, 71 S. Charles st.
Ellis & Nicolai, ladies' shoemakers, 89 W. Balto.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 24 French st.
—— Henry, plasterer, 40 Gittings st.
—— Mrs Jane, 145 E. Pratt st.
—— Benjamin, ship carpenter, 74 Bank st.
—— Capt. John C. H., 146 Orleans st.
—— David, undertaker, 8 Thomsen st.
—— George, brick maker, 114 N. Strawberry al.
Elmes & Seaver, hatters, 219 W. Baltimore st.
Elmore Lewis W., butcher, 15 Apple alley.
—— James, butcher, Choptank st. near Balto.
Elterman Frederick, propr. of Adelphi House,
12 Fayette c. Holliday st.
Elton Charles W., grocer, N. W. c. High & Wilk.
Eltonhead Wm. D., jeweller & spectacle manu-
facturer, 132 W. Baltimore st.
—— Mrs. Sarah, fancy store, 37 E. Balto, st.
Ely Mahlon, clerk, 175 S. Paca st.
—— Mahlon S., boot & shoe maker, 128 N. Gay.
—— John C., bridge & wharf builder, 181 Ann.
E mack Mrs. Mary, 138 Park st.
—— & Weinhagen, imp. of Eng., French and
German fancy goods, 330 W. Balto, st.
Emart Michael, carpenter, 339 N. Gay st.
—— Wm., carpenter, 355 N. Gay st.
Emerick David, boot & shoe maker, 137 Penn-
sylvania av.
—— Philip, clothier, 25 W. Lombard st.
Emerson Nathaniel, engineer, 456 W. Lombard.
—— Capt. Wm., 71 N. Exeter st.
Emery & Gault, granite cutters, 400 W. Pratt st.
—— John B., of firm, h. 70 S. Paca st.
—— Charles L., granite cutter, 468 W. Lombard.
Emich John V., stove maker, 25 Light st., h. 19
Columbia st.
—— Peter, blacksmith, 734 W. Baltimore st.
—— Daniel, carpenter, 132 Vine st.
Emmart John, carpenter, 41 French st.
—— David, blacksmith, 546 W. Baltimore st.,
h. 41 N. Cove st.


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