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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 53   View pdf image (33K)
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Emmart Joshua, tavern keeper, 203 Lexington st.
Emmett Abraham J., carpenter, 192 Apple all.
Emory, Stevens & Schaeffer, com. mers., 2
Bowly's whf.
—— Samuel T., of firm, h. 49 S. Exeter st.
— & Co., lott. & ex. dealers, 3 N. Calvert st.
—— Mrs., 50 Lancaster st.
— Harper, clerk, 86 Mulberry st.
—— W. H. & D. C., att'ys, 47 Fayette st.
— Wm. H., of firm., 265 Lexington st.
— Mrs. T. L., boarding house, 85 N. Liberty.
— Mrs. John, 87 N. Eutaw st.
—— Arthur St Co., dry goods mers., 173 Franklin.
—— Arthur, of firm, 32 S. Paca st.
—— Samuel, stone mason, 345 W. Lombard st.
—— Charles, stone cutter, 347 W. Lombard st.
Emrece John, tailor, 36 French st.
Emrine Michael, tavern keeper, 105 Low st.
Eney Wm., boot & shoe maker, 697 W.Balto, st.
—— Jeremiah, shoemaker, 140 Hollins st.
Eng Richard, watchman, 39 Orleans st.
Engehausen Henry, tavern keeper, 31 Fell st.
Engel Wm., firm G. Kolb &. Co., 28 President st.
Engelman Adam, basket maker, 75 Union st.
Engelmeyer Sol., pawnbroker, 10 N. Frederick.
England Mrs. Mary, 60 Thames st.
—— Francis, plumber, 134 Lancaster st.
—— Wm., mariner, 235 Alice Anna st.
Engle Lazarus, pedler, 208 S.' Caroline st.
English Wm. M., tobacconist, 60 Light st.
Ennalls Mrs. Margaret, board, house, 16 S. Gay.
Ennis John, 132 Lerews alley.
—— A. W., grocer, 140 Light st., h. 15 Henrietta.
—— Joseph, fireman on steamboat, h. 60 York st.
—— Capt. Joseph T., 206 Fleet st.
—— Joseph, 213 Biddle st.
Enright, engineer, 24 N. Poppleton st.
Ensey Lot St Co., forwarding mers., 363 W.
Baltimore st.
—— Lot, of firm, h. 283 Fayette st.
—— Wm., grocer, 307 W. Pratt st.
Ensor Abraham, bricklayer, 123 N. Exeter st.
—— George, watchman, 241 Fayette st.
Entler Philip, 20 Pine st.
Entz Mrs. Henrietta, 55 Raborg st.
Epron Peter, boot & shoe maker, 136 N. Eden st
Equitable Insurance Co., 19 South st.
Erb Rev. Jacob, pastor Ger. Evang. Reformed
church, h. 37 Conway st.
Erdman Charles, millwright, 91 Columbia st.
Erestew Madam Mary, 124 N. Paca st.
Ermy Norris, seaman, 22 Jefferson st.
Erney Joseph, confectioner, 116 Franklin st.
Erskine & Eichelberger, grocers & com. mers.,
1 S. Howard st.
Eschbach John, paver, 33 Richmond st.
Esher Lawrence, boot maker, 27 Albemarle st.
Espey Wm. S., cooper, 57 Fell st., h. 221 Ann st
—— John, laborer, 171 Orleans st.
—— Samuel, baker, 28 N. High st.
Essender Thomas, coach maker, 57 Stirling st.
— James, grocer, 238 Fayette st.
— John, machinist, 473 W. Lombard st.
— John, machinist, 34 George st.
Essert George, carter, 258 Franklin st.
Essex Wm., carter, 30 Gittings st.
Estes Elisha B., dry goods mer., 7 N. Charles st
Etchberger Capt. James, 86 S. Eden st.
— John F., boat builder, 72 Wilk st.
Etherick Thomas, grocer, 169 E. Pratt st.
Etting the Misses, 256 Lexington st.
— Solomon, 260 Lexington st.


Etting Samuel, com. mer., 73 Smith's whf., h
22 N. Eutaw st.
—— B. G., com. mer., 50 S. Gay st.
Euler Conrad, tavern, 7 Hanover Market space.
European House, Jos. Boizard prop. 38 South st.
Eutaw House, Hussey & Elder prop., N. W. e.
Baltimore and Eutaw sts.
Evans Hugh D., att'y, 70 Fayette st.
—— Hugh W., judge of Orphans' Court, h. 185
Fayette st.
—— Thomas, carpenter, 150 Fayette st.
—— Job, carpenter, 239 N. Howard st., h. 259
N. Howard st.
—— Joseph, shoemaker, 276 S. Charles st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 4 Orleans st.
—— George, shoemaker, 41 Buren st.
—— Alfred D., boot & shoe male., 20 Ensor st.,
h. 149 E. Monument st
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 17 Montgomery st.
—— Wm., carpenter, 28 Hughes st.
—— Wright, shoemaker, 275 W. Pratt st.
—— George, cooper, 72 W. Pratt st.
—— David, tailor, 29 N. Exeter st.
—— &. Fouse, tin and sheet iron workers, 6 W.
Balto, st.
—— John, of firm, h. 24 N. Eden st.
—— Daniel, bricklayer, 111 S. Eden st.
—— David, carp., 236 Wilk st., h. 75 Broadway.
—— Capt. George, 253 Wilk st.
—— Thomas, carpenter, 164 Bank st.
—— Nelson, blacksmith, 71 Gough st.
—— Mrs. Rebecca, paper hangings store, 220 N.
Gay st.
—— Thomas, carpenter, 230 N. Gay st.
—— Isaac, Jr., lottery & ex. broker, 19 Holliday
st., h. 152 Aisquith st.
—— Mrs. Rosetta, b. h., 87 North st.
Evart James, plasterer, 131 S. Bond st.
Evatt Columbus, lock & gunsmith, 22 S. Howard.
—— Edward, lock &. gunsmith & bell hanger,
33 Light st.
—— Mrs. Ellen, iron store, 16 Water st.
Everest Joseph, cooper, 105 Hillen st.
Everett Dr. B. C., truss manuf., 6 N. Gay st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, tailoress, 223 Gough st.
—— Wm., cooper, 43 Armistead lane.
—— Thomas, tavern keeper, 78 Salisbury st.
—— James, huckster, 268 Fleet st.
Everhart George, coach maker, 1 Mott st.
Everist John M., cooper, 109 Hillen st., h. 60
Aisquith st.
—— Joseph, 118 Happy alley.
Evers John, tarpaulin hat manuf., 70 Thames st.
—— Diederich, tarpaulin hat manuf., 70 Thames.
— Henry, shoemaker, 22 Fell st.
Eversmith John F., engineer, 161 Alice Anna st.
Ewalt Philip, carter, 3 Hampstead st.
Ewin John, mathematical instrument mak., 71
Thames st.
Ewing Samuel, shoemaker, 96 Pitt st.
—— Scott, printer, Gay st. near Mott.
Exchange Hotel, John West, proprietor, N. W.
e. Gay and Lombard sts.
Eytinge Samuel, furniture store, 2 S. Charles st.
h. 2 S. Frederick st.

FABER Conrad, laborer, 262 Happy alley.
Faberer Francis, laborer, 5 S. Bond st.
Fagan Arthur, laborer, 219 Raborg st.
Fager Joseph, cabinet maker, 15 Low st.


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