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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 65   View pdf image (33K)
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Hamilton Rev. Wm., rear of Light si. M. E.
— James, grocer, 112 W. Pratt si., h. 181 W.
Pratt st.
—— Wm., Jr., att'y, 26 St. Paul st.
—— Samuel, type founder, 152 N. Front st.
—— James, bacon dealer, 189 N. Canal st.
— . Mary Ann, milliner, 90 Lexington st.
— Dr. James, 78 Lexington st.
—— John, ladies' shoemaker, 90 Lexington st.
— Wm., teacher, 44 Saratoga st.
—— & Debow, ice dealers, reservoir house, near
Susquehanna depot, Howard's park.
—— John, of firm, 47 Richmond st.
Hamman John, grocer, 115 Wilk st.
Hammer J. David, confectioner, 53 Penna. av.
—— John, clerk, 171 W. Madison st.
—— Mrs. Jane Ann, 250 Fayette st.
—— Valentine, cooper, 63 Orleans st.
—— Gerhard, hair dresser, 30 N. Howard st.
Hammersly David L., confectioner, 11 Spring zt.
Hammond E., washerwoman, 171 S. Caroline st.
—— & Porter, imp. of English & French China,
260 W. Balto, st.
—— Charles, 268 Fayette st.
—— Mrs. Catharine C., 60 Montgomery st.
—— Wm. & Co., saddlers & harness mak., 173
W. Pratt st.
—— George, tinner, 1 Elizabeth alley.
—— David, hackman, 45 W. Lombard st.
—— Capt. Oliver, 240 Ann st.
—— John L., real estate & com. agt., 41 Second.
—— Wm., printer, 181 German st.
—— Miss Caroline, teacher, 92 N. Paca st.
Hamner Rev. James, pastor Fifth Presbyterian
church, h. 43 Hanover st.
Hampson A. J., grocer, 17 Courtland st., h. 19
Courtland st.
Hampton Levi, shoemaker, 191 W. Madison st.
Hance Mrs. Sarah, dry goods store, 68 Hanover.
—— Seth S., druggist, 166 W. Pratt, c. Charles.
Hancock & Mann, adamantine candle manuf., S
Commerce st.
—— Robert, of firm, h. 83 E. Pratt st.
—— Absalom, collector, 140 N. Eden st.
Hand Henry, watchmaker. 230 Gough st.
—— Mrs. Martha, 21 S. Exeter st.
—— Thomas R., clerk, 36 Penna. av.
—— Alexander, shoemaker, 63 N. Eutaw st.
Hands Capt. Washington, 36 N. Exeter st.
Handy S. J. K., naval officer at Custom House,
h. 102 N. Eutaw st.
—— Dr. Washington R., 52 E. Pratt st.
—— Dr. Wm. W., 221 W. Pratt st.
—— Dr. Jesse T., 48 S. Eutaw st.
—— Edward H., shoemaker, 170 S. Howard st.
—— Samuel J,, shoemaker, 33 South st.
—— Edward H., bootmaker, 25 McHenry st.
Haneisen Charles, hatter, 265 E. Monument st.
Haney Wm., drayman, 122 S. Green st.
—— Henry, tailor, 141 Camden st.
Hankey Joseph, ship broker & coal dealer, &.
agent Norfolk, Petersburg and Richmond
packet lines, 55 W. Pratt st., h. 44 S. High.
Hanlan David, reporter American Republican and
Clipper, 42 Barre st.
Hanley Valentine, fisherman, 31 Peach alley.
Hanling John, carter, 377 S. Charles st.
Hann Jacob, bricklayer, 120 S. Green st.
Hanna Wm., clerk, 136 N. High st.
— Capt. Alexander B., 144 Broadway.
— James, 33 E. Pratt st.

Hanna Alexander, segar store, 132| W. Balto, st.
h. 184 E. Pratt st.
—— George, cabinet maker, 85 French st.
—— Mrs. Jane, 18 Hillen st.
Hannan John, att'y, 11 Courtland st.
Hanson George H., shoemaker, 66 Jefferson st.
—— & Hand, tinners, 49 E. Baltimore st.
—— John, of firm, 10 East st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 7 Young st.
—— John P., dry goods mer., 215 W. Pratt st.
—— John, com. mer., 75 Light st. wbX, h. 215
W. Pratt st.
—— & Howser, grocers, 9 S. Liberty st.
—— Wm. E., of firm, h. 45 E. Lombard st.
Hantzsche John T., bookseller and stationer, 44
W. Baltimore st.
Harbaugh Benj., property agent &, collector, 58
N. Exeter st.
—— Jerome, coach maker, 7 Rock st
Harbich John, laborer, 221 Happy alley.
Harden Richard, shoemaker, 50 Orleans st.
—— John, 728 W. Baltimore st.
—— Mrs. Maria, 76 N. Green st.
—— Wm., dry goods mer., 161 Lexington st.
Hardester David, engineer, 77 N. Eden st.
Hardesty Richard S., 241 W. Lombard st.
Harding Miss Mary F., milliner, 43 N. Liberty.
—— Walter E., com. mer., 3 Bowly's whf., h.
96 E. Pratt st.
—— Philip T., clerk, 143 S. Charles st.
Hardisty Henry, 126 N. Exeter st.
—— John, hackman, 97 N. Exeter st.
—— Charles R., com. mer., 81 Light st. whf., h.
154 S. Charles st.
—— John P., carpenter, 27 S. Caroline st.
—— Henry, Jr., 31 Cathedral st.
—— Mrs. Achsah, 386 N. Gay st.
Hardtner Jacob, tavern keeper, 10 Camden st.
Hardy Mrs. Priscilla, 376 Saratoga st.
—— John D., mer. tailor, 399 W. Balto, st.
—— John, butcher, 866 W. Balto, st.
—— Capt. Robert, 155 Park st.
—— Wm., carter, 108 Hollins st.
—— Samuel, carter, 216 Raborg st.
—— John, carter, 390 Lexington st.
Hare Wm., portrait painter, 4 President st.
—— Thomas, laborer, 215 Forrest st.
—— Mrs. Ruth, 144 Aisquith st.
Harford Michael, seaman, 272 Fleet st.
—— George R., cabinet maker, 192 Raborg st.,
h. 644 W. Balto, st.
Hargrove Wm. H., house and sign painter, 62
Raborg st.
Harig John B., stove maker, 194 Hanover st.
—— Frederick, gunsmith, c. Charles &: Hill sts.
Harker Wm., slave dealer, 2 S. Calvert st.
—— Samuel, 73 Hillen st.
Harkins N., boot & shoe maker, 140 Lexington.
—— Robert, brass founder, 14 Potter st.
—— Giles, shoemaker, 5 S. Canal st.
—— James, bricklayer, 176 York av.
Harkness Thomas . grocer, 101 N. Cove st.
Harlan Samuel, grocer, 119 W. Madison st.
Harman John, boot & shoe maker, 9 N. Liberty.
—— George, boot & shoe maker, 194 W. Pratt.
—— Jacob, saddle & harness mak., 344 W. Pratt.
—— Jacob, tavern keeper, 73 Hanover st.
—— Jacob, grocer, 20 Potter st.
—— Henry, carpenter, 223 Light st., h. 34
Montgomery st.
—— John, milkman, 258 S. Bond st.
—— Michael, laborer, 242 S. Strawberry alley.


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