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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 84   View pdf image (33K)
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Liddle Mrs. Mary, 16 President st.
—— John, shoemaker, 13 Stiles st.
Lieb John, saddler, 182 E. Madison st.
Lienrod Conrad, laborer, 104 Thames st
Lientand Dennis, carpenter, 732 W. Baltimore.
Lier Thomas, saddle and harness maker, 270 S.
Bond st.
Light Wm., engineer, 21 Pine st.
Lightner Henry, tin and sheet iron worker, 147
Forrest st.
—— John, boiler maker, 106 Hamburg st.
—— Nathaniel N. conveyancer, 175 N. High st.
—— Henry, boiler maker, 304 S. Charles st.
Lillibridge Dr. C., Fayette st., basement of
City Hotel.
Lilly Robert, seaman, 80 Cross st.
—— Alonzo, firm of Chase, Lilly & Co., h.
Madison st. extended.
—— Richard, firm of Jenkins & Lilly, 11 Pitt st.
— George W., carpenter.
Liman Charles, grocer, 2 Harrison st., h. 161
Park st.
Limline C., laborer, 8 West st.
Limue George, milkman, 148 Thames st.
Linahan Mrs. Ann, 58 Harrison st.
Lindenberger Geo., ladies' shoemak., 352 Lex-
ington st.
Lindenfeltzer John, porter, 35 S. Paca st.
Lindenman Conrad, baker, 176 Hanover st.
Lindsay Wm., grocer, 32 Ross st.
—— & Redding, mer. tailors, 11 N. Eutaw st.
—— James M., of firm, h. 174 S. Paca st.
—— Wilhelmina, 168 S. Howard st.
—— Mrs. Henrietta, 174 S. Paca st.
—— Archibald, laborer, 33 Wilk st.
—— John H., plasterer, 93 N. Caroline st.
Lineberger Wm., tinner, 162 Pittst.
—— Samuel, grocer, c. Lexington & Rock sts.
Linenberger Henry, clothier, 123 Fleet st.
Ling Robert M., pilot, 80 Lancaster st.
Lingenfelder Frederick H., grocer, 225 Light st.
Linhard Thomas, shoemaker, 14 Stirling st.
Link Henry, shoemaker, 98 Lexington st.
—— Thomas, fisherman, 116 William st.
Lint Frederick, porter, 136 S. Canal st.
Linthicum Mrs. Susan C., dry goods store, 153
N. Gay st.
—— Samuel, ship carpenter, 13 Montgomery st.
—— Francis, ship carpenter, 14 York st.
—— Dr. C. G., surgeon dentist, 59 S. High st.
Linton Wm., fisherman, 84 Hamburg st.
—— Wm., potter, 381 Lexington st.
Linville James, engraver, 115 N. Exeter st.
Linzay Wm., tavern, 55 W. Lombard st., h. 68
Albemarle st.
—— Wm., boot & shoe maker, 142 N. Gay st.
—— Samuel, ornamental painter, 30 Stirling st.
Linzey Mrs. Catharine, 41 Ross st.
Lipp Francis X., mer. tailor, 1 Penna. av.
—— Joseph, clothier, 99 N. Howard st., h. 101
N. Eutaw st.
Lippey Jesse L., carpenter, 43 Burgundy alley.
—— George, carpenter, 38 Union st.
Lippih Mrs. Sophia, 159 Wilk st.
List Adam, boot & shoe maker, 12 N. Liberty.
—— Jacob & John, boot and shoe makers, 137
Franklin st
Litsinger Henry, pattern mak., 416 W. Lombard.
— Richard, pattern mak., 506 W. Lombard st
Littig Luther, 140 N. Exeter st.
—— Philip, Jr., cashier Marine Bank, h. 94
Gough st.

Littig Caleb B., grocer, 40 Light st.
Little Mrs. Peter, 100 N. Green st.
—— Richard, weaver, 507 Saratoga st.
—— James, shoemaker, 117 St. Paul st.
—— Thomas, bookbinder, 69 S. Caroline st.
—— Thomas G., 104 E. Pratt st.
—— Capt. George A., 11 S. Frederick st.
—— Mrs., boarding house, 11 S. Frederick st.
—— Joseph, blacksmith, 25 Haw st.
Littlefield Mrs. Susanna, 150 N. Howard st.
—— Rufus P., druggist, 36 N. Charles st.
Litton Thomas, sail maker, 205 S. Bond st.
Liventhal L., butcher, 232 S. Bond st.
Livermore & Gushing, domestic dry goods mers.,
3 Hanover st.
Livingston Mrs. Ann, b. h., 42 S. Eutaw st.
—— Seth F., boot & shoe maker, 33 Lee st.
—— Peter, shoemaker, 133 S. Sharp st.
—— Francis, hatter, 383 S. Charles st.
Lixter Ledwill, tobacconist 47 Burgundy alley.
Lloyd John, cooper, 64 York st.
—— Wm. B., ship joiner, 273 Wilk st.
—— John J., att'y, 34 St. Paul st.
—— Wm. L., clerk, 295 Lexington st.
Llufria Capt. John, 131 S. High st.
Loane Joseph & Son, sail mak's, over 93 Smith's
—— Joseph, of firm, h. 130 S. Exeter st.
—— Jabez, of firm, h. 82 Wilk st.
—— Joseph, cabinet maker, 138 Saratoga st, h.
56 Raborg st.
—— Edmund, boot and shoe maker, h. 69 Pine.
—— John, hair manuf., 238 N. Gay st.
—— Richard, shoemaker, 37 Stirling st.
Locher Michael J., pilot, 5 Broadway.
Lock Henry, drum maker, 114 S. Charles st.
—— L., millwright, 200 S. Charles st.
Locke Thomas M., com. mer., 80 Light st whf.
Lockerd John, feed mer., 324 W. Pratt st.
Lockington Joshua, grocer, 31 Cheapside, h. 88
N. Exeter st.
Lockwood Edw., cabinet mak., 12 W. Lombard.
—— Crandall E., shoemaker, 434 W. Balto, st.
Loeivenstein E., tailor, 7 N. Frederick st.
Lofflin John, carpenter, 199 N. Canal st.
Logan Patrick, laborer, 59 Montgomery st.
—— Jos., cooper, 38 Tyson st., h. 92 Franklin.
—— Hugh M., cabinet maker, 90 Pine st.
—— James, grocer, 171 E. Pratt st.
Logemann Henry, 66 Light st.
Logsman Wm., shoemaker, 25 Fell st.
Logue Jas., dry goods mer., 18 Marsh Market sp.
—— Peter, cooper, 71 Jasper st.
—— Wm., 82 Mulliken st.
—— James, shoemaker, 33 Ensor st.
Lohmuller Henry, tavern, 211 S. Bond st.
—— Henry, blacksmith, 324 S. Bond st.
Lohrman Henry, boot and shoemaker, 43 Hill st.
Loman Wm., huckster, 23 Low st.
Lomax Wm., shoemaker, 163 N. Canal st.
—— James, confec. & variety store, 17 Pine st.
Loney Charles, butcher, 15 Perry st.
—— John, cashier Farmers' and Merchants'
Bank, h. over bank.
—— Martha, seamstress, 27 East st.
—— , Jacobs & Co., com. mers., 16 German st.
—— Wm., of firm, h. 162 N. Calvert st.
Long Wm., boot and shoe maker, 255 Broadway.
—— John D., carpenter, 270 Fleet st.
—— Capt. Wm. P., 38 Bank st.
—— Alfred, ship carpenter, 189 Ann st,
— Charles John, shoemaker, 262 Raborg st


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