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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 73   View pdf image (33K)
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Hughes Wm., chair maker, 234 E. Pratt st.
— Napoleon, coin, mer., 6 Patterson st., h. 26
Pitt st.
— Mrs. Lydia, 191 Ann st.
— George A., 23 Cathedral st.
—— Elijah, saddler and harness maker, 111 N.
Gay st.
— — Patrick, laborer, 90 French st.
— Mrs. Susan W., dry goods store, 27 E. Balto.
Hughray Daniel, bar-keeper, 48 Guilford alley,
Hughson Sc Vail, saddlers and harness makers, 3
S. Calvert st.
Hull Robert, firm of Hopkins Sc Hull, h. 61 N.
Charles st.
—— Thomas J., dry goods mer., 127 N. Gay st.
Hullet James, carter, 254 Franklin st.
Hulls John H., paper hanger, 106 N. Gay st., h.
258 N. Gay st.
Hulse John H., dyer and scourer, 113 Lexington.
—— John, dyer and scourer, c. Holliday and Sa-
ratoga sts.
Hultz Mrs. Catharine, 164 E. Madison st.
——St Stran, house Sc sign painters, 4 S. Canal.
Humane Impartial Society for the benefit of
widows and orphans, office 4 S. Gay st.
Humes Wm., cabinet maker, 61 S. Charles st.
—— Thomas, Sr., 154 N. High st.
—— Thomas, Jr., grocer, 154 N. High st.
Humphreys Thomas, silversmith,110 S. Howard.
—— Wm., grocer, 293 E. Monument st.
—— Thomas W., grocer and feed mer., 52 Lan-
caster st., h. 85 Thames st.
—— Hugh, machinist, 28 Armistead lane.
—— Henry, firm Solze Sc Humphreys, 7 Dover.
—— Wm., segar maker, US Ann st.
Hunemeier J. W., shoemaker, 248 Alice Anna.
Hunichenn Garrett, clerk, 35 Conway st.
Hunn Christian W., grocer, 111 Stirling st.
Hunt Samuel, mer. tailor, 14 S. Calvert st., h. 65
S. Eutaw st.
—— George, stone cutter, 95 York av.
—— S. & T. H., saddlers, harn. Sc trunk makers,
167 W. Baltimore st.
—— Samuel, of firm, h. over 167 W. Balto, st.
—— Thomas H., of firm, h. 93 S. Paca st.
—— Dr. H. S., 206 Broadway.
—— Andrew, wheelwright, 68 Hill st.
—— Mrs. Prudence, 39 Columbia st.
—— Wm., ship carpenter, 219 Broadway.
—— John W., grocer, c. 39 Pitt st.
—— Elizabeth, 27 Clay st.
—— Frederick G., grocer, c. Gay and Aisquith.
—— Robert K., carpenter, 66 S/Spring st.
—— Stephen, blacksmith, 16 N. Poppleton st.
Huntemuller H. T., mer., 75 Camden st.
Hunter Robert, seaman, 22 Wagon alley.
—— Wm., grocer, 145 Light st.
—— Mrs. John, 19 N. Front st.
—— Mrs. Ellen, 59 S. Bond st.
—— Capt. David, 144 Alice Anna st.
—— Joseph, rigger, 210 Alice Anna st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 321 N. Gay st.
—— Wm., boarding house, 158 W. Pratt st.
Huntingdon Andrew B., 182 Aisquith st.
Hupfeld Sc Whitely, auctioneers, 42 S. Charles
—— Henry, of firm, h. 54 Conway st.
Hupp Jacob, laborer, 211 S. Caroline st.
Huppman Valentine, saddler and harness maker
29 Marsh Market sp., h. 77 Pitt st.
—— George, piano maker, 28 Hanover st.
— Nicholas, firm of Popplein & Bros., 11 N
Howard st.

Hurdle George, laborer, 25 Hampstead st.
—— Robert, shoemaker. 6 Temple st.
Hurlbut Samuel, com. mer., 11 Bowly's whf.
Hurst Sc Berry, dry goods mers., 297 W. Balti-
more st.
—— John, of firm, Pratt st., 2 doors E. of Sharp.
—— Ludwig, huckster, 4 Shakspeare st.
—— Charles, plasterer, 404 Saratoga st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 5 Argyle alley.
Hurtt James A., copper and sheet iron worker,
206 S. Charles st.
—— Henry N., hatter, 188 W. Pratt st.
Husband James E., broker, 68 N. Gay st.
—— M. B., dry goods store, 213 W. Pratt st.
Hush Henry, cooper, 154 N. Howard st., h. 144
N. Howard st.
Husselbaugh Henry, seaman, 14 New st.
Hussey & Elder, prop's Eutaw House, N. W. c.

Baltimore and Eutaw sts.
—— Asahel, of firm, N. W. c. Balto. Sc Eutaw.
Hussmeyer Wm., laborer, 65 Argyle alley.
Huster Andrew, butcher, 143 Columbia st.
Huston Wm., grocer, 221 Mulberry st.
—— James, huckster, 38 Holland st
Hutchins Wm. T., prop. Front street, Hotel, 100
N. Front st.
—— Charles, segar maker, 103 Conway st.
—— Frances, cake shop, 302 W. Pratt st.
—— Mrs. Mareb, 224 Alice Anna st.
Hutchinson Thomas, boot and shoe maker, 14
Low st.
—— Robert, blacksmith, 23 Armistead lane.
—— Richard, carpenter, 170 N. Exeter st.
—— Mrs. Mary Ann, grocer, 20 E. Lombard st.
Hutson Capt. Robert, 37 Broadway.
—— Mrs. Martha, 177 Broadway.
Hutton Job, tavern keeper, 756 W. Balto, st.
—— Wm., bricklayer, SO Centre st.
—— Misses Jane St Mary, 30 North st.
—— Elijah, bricklayer, 2 Aisquith st.
—— George T., huckster, 258 William st.
Huvner Adam, tailor, 35 Biddle alley.
Huxter Meyer, 71 Wilk st.
Huyghe Joseph, sail maker, 76 Bank st.
Huzza Jane, mantua maker, 151 Fayette st.
—— John, Deputy U. S. Marshall, 51 N. Spring.
Hyam Abraham, paper hanger, 137 Camden st.
Hyatt Sc Stump, com. mers., 52 South st.
—— A., of firm, h. 7 St. Paul st.
Hyde John, hardware mer., 185 Light st.
—— Oliver, soap Sc tallow chandler, 159 Potter.
—— Mrs. Margaret, grocer, 122 N. Exeter st.
—— Francis Sc Sons, fancy soap arid candle
manufacturers, 5 Pleasant st.
—— Francis, of firm, h. c. Holliday Sc Pleasant.
—— Samuel G., soap Sc candle manuf., 21 Sc 23
Saratoga st., h. 26 Pleasant st.
—— Mrs. Marg., confectioner, 61 E. Lombard.
—— Mrs. Mary, seamstress, 75 S. Spring st.
—— John G., moulder and iron founder, 289
Saratoga st.
—— Moses, prop. Baltimore Laundry, Breide-
baugh alley, h. c. Pleasant and Holliday sts.
—— Wm. J., 70 N. Front st.
Hymiller Jacob, carpenter, 53 Orchard st.
Hynson Benjamin, cabinet maker, 148 Aisquith.
—— John R., livery stables, rear of Wheatfield
Inn, N. Howard st., h. 77 S. Green st.
—— Nathaniel K., 23 N. Frederick st.
Hyser John, shoemaker, 20 Conway st.
Hyson Wm,, iron moulder, 187 Light st.
—— Solomon, iron moulder, 212 Light st.


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