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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 67   View pdf image (33K)
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Harwood James, lottery com., 49 Saratoga st.
—— James, grocer & flour mer, 143 N. Howard
st., h. 156 N. Howard st.
— John, laborer, 8 Shakspeare st.
Haskell John H., card manuf., 31 S. Eutaw st.,
h. 204 W. Lombard st.
—— Theodore J., card manuf., 782 W. Balto, st.
Haslan John, blacksmith, 208 Potter st.
Haslett Mrs. Margaret J., 116 Albemarle st.
Haslup John, coach smith, 89 North st., h. 55 N.
Front st.
—— Mrs. Henrietta, 31 Aisquith st.
—— John, coach smith, 23 McClellan st.
Jiasselberger George, butcher, 292 Light st.
Hasson John, grocer, 118 Dugan's whi'., h. 95
Wilk st.
—— James, boot maker, 177 E. Monument st.
Hastings James, coach trimmer, 16 Buren st.
—— James, grocer, 110 N. Eutaw, h. 109 N.
Eutaw st.
—— Joseph S., china, glass & queensware mer.,
11 S. Charles st.
Hatch Samuel T., plasterer, 16 Garden st.
—— Nathaniel T., shoemak., 163 W. Madison.
—— Mrs. Eliz., dry goods store, 154 N. Eutaw.
Hatcheson John, clerk, 98 Albernarle st.
Hatchinson Benj., boot & shoe mak., 175 S. Bond.
Hatter Martin, confectioner, 139 N. Gay st.
Hattery John, laborer, 195 Wilk st.
Hatton Mrs. Ellen, 122 N. Strawberry alley.
—— Caleb, carpenter, 11 Stirling st.
—— Henry, carpenter, 5 Humes st.
Haubert Mrs. Elizabeth, 229 W. Lombard st.
Haughey Richard T., teacher, 235 W. Pratt st.
—— Dr. Francis, 2S4 N. Gay st.
Hauptman John, police officer, 255 Franklin st.
Hause Frederick, shoemaker, 88 Hamburg st.
Hausen Louis, laborer, 216 Apple alley.
Haush John, tavern, 20 W. Lombard st.
Havener Herman, carter, 275 S. Bond st.
Havercomb Charles, laborer, 139 Alice Anna st.

Hawes Frederick, shoemaker, 299 S. Charles st.
—— F., boot & shoe maker, 88 Hamburg st.

Hawkins Samuel, baker, 238 S. Charles st.
—— Wm., firm Harrison &. Co., 146 Lexington.
—— Archibald, teacher, 58 E. Pratt st.
—— Charles, carpenter, 277 N. Gay st.
—— Charles L., carpenter, 12 Lloyd st.
Hawks Mrs., b. h., 69 Hillen st.
Hawthorn James, carter, 491 Saratoga st.
Hax Peter, boot & shoe maker, 13 Pine st.
—— John B., paver, 42 Mulliken st.
Hay Jesse, contractor, 695 W. Balto, st.
Hay Scales Eastern, Win. Henry Steuart insp.,
c. Monument & Buren sts.
—— Western, Thomas Gambrill inspector., c.
Franklin st. & Penna. av.
Hayden Mrs. H. H., 168 Mulberry st.
—— H. W., clerk, 180 Mulberry st.
—— Nathan, carpenter, 133 W. Madison st.
—— Handel M., surgeon dentist, 98 Park st.
—— Michael, laborer, 306 Raborg st.
Haynel Dr. Adolphus F., 110 Lexington st.
Haynes George W. shoemaker, 128 Pine st.
— Martin C., spinner, 95 Hillen st.
Haynie John, pilot, 94 Ann st.
— John, pilot 163 Ann st.
Hays James, blacksmith, 9 Mercer st.
— John, Jr., bottler, 9 Mercer st.
— Thomas, boot &, shoe maker, 41 S. Gay st.
— Robert, carver, 43 S. Gay, h. 129 Aisquith.
— Jas., firm R. Howard & Co., 6 S. Caroline.

Hays, Zell, Ridgely &, Cook, police officers, 15
Mercer st.
—— Simeon, of firm, h. 71 Columbia st.
—— Samuel, machinist, 90 Hollins st.
—— Wil., butcher, 30 French st.
—— John, boot & shoe maker, 9 Mercer st.
—— John, painter &. glazier, 119 Fayette st.
—— John W., tobacconist, 35 Park st.
—— David, grocer, 71 W. Lombard st., h. 160
N. Howard st.
—— Mrs. William, 191 N. Howard st.
Hayward &, Co., stove dealers, 24 Light st.
—— N. P., of firm, h. 124 Hanover st.
—— Wm. H. H., clerk, 41 N. Frederick st?
—— Eli B., dry goods mer., 25 N. Howard st.
—— Elizabeth, dry goods store, 47 S. Liberty st.
—— Wm. H., painter, 127 N. Eden st.
Haywood John B., painter, 40 Mulliken st.
Hazlehurst & Walters, com. mers., 94 Spear's
—— Samuel, of firm, h. 25 N. Frederick st.
—— Robert, clerk, 59 N. Liberty st.
Hazlup Rezin, blacksmith, 53 North st., h. 51
N. Frederick st.
Head Washington, paper stainer, 681 W. Balto.
Heald Jacob & Co., tobacco mers., 58 S. Gay st.
—— Jacob, of firm, h. 118 E. Baltimore st.
—— Wm. & Son, tobacconists, 21 Marsh Mar-
ket space.
—— Wm., of firm, h. 152 Fayette st.
—— Wm. &, Co., proprietors Patapsco Tannery,
c. North &, Madison sts.
—— John, of firm, h. 44 Pitt st.
Healey Wm., trader, 140 Light st.
—— Mrs. T., b. h., 23 E. Monument st.
—— Rev. John, pastor Second Baptist church,
Fleet st., h. 207 E. Baltimore st.
Heaps Benjamin, spinner, 115 Albemarle st.
—— Samuel, carpet weaver, 167 Orleans st.
Heard John, grocer, 49 Forrest st.
Heath Hon. U. S., judge U. S. District Court,
h. 52 Courtland st.
—— John, shoemaker, 36 Orleans st.
—— James P., 130 Mulberry st.
Hebb Mrs. Hopewell, 142 Ann st.
Hebbern Samuel, confectioner, 397 W. Balto, st.
Hebden Wm. H., teacher, 9 Lancaster st.
—— Wm., stone mason, 11 Lancaster .st.
Hebel Lewis, pedler, 45 Lancaster st.
Heck Peter, carpet weaver, 214 Alice Anna st.
—— John, tailor, 108 French st.
Heckrotte Wm., tavern, c. Charles & Camden sts.
Hedley Joseph, gardener, 70 N. Poppleton st.
Hefferman Alexander, mariner, 56 Bank st.
—— Patrick, sand hauler, 401 W. Pratt st.
Heffner Edward, plasterer, 211 Light st.
Hefle John, laborer, 49 Fell it.
Heginbotham Thomas A., umbrella, parasol &
sun shade manuf., 211 Wilk st.
—— Charles, tailor, 223 Ann st.
Heide Mrs. Rachel, 50 N. Calvert st.
Heidrich Frederick, lamp maker, 181 Potter st.
Heigh Wm., house & sign painter, 104 S. Eutaw
st., h. 37 Columbia st.
—— James, cooper, 500 W. Pratt st.
—— Wm., segar maker, 134 N. Cove st.
Heighe B. M., att'y, 22 St. Paul St., h. 44 Mul-
berry st.
Heikens John R., marine shipping office, 349
S. Bond st.
Heilbrun M., dry goods mer., 62 Hanover st.
Heim Albert, tailor, 43 Jackson st.


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