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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 92   View pdf image (33K)
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McLean Elias, tavern keeper. 65 W. Pratt st.
Samuel, drayman, 199 N. Exeter st.
—— Wm. & Geo., grocers, 116 W. Lombard st
—— Wm., of firm, 66 S. Sharp st.
McLennan Capt. Wm., 81 S. Caroline st.
McLeod David, shoemaker, 147 S. Sharp st.
McLorney Patrick, laborer, 114 Bank st.
McMackon Barnard, ladies' shoemaker, 47 1/2 N.
Gay st.
McMahon Henry, shopkeeper, 44 Holland st.
—— Francis, grocer, 42 Harford av.
—— John V. L., alt'y, c. Lexington and Court-
land sts.
McMalar Capt. John, 197 E. Lombard st.
McMann George, cooper, 5 Armistead lane.
McManus Dr. Felix R., 234 W. Pratt st.
—— John, road contractor, 82 Holliday st.
McMechen Mrs. Judge, 74 N. Calvert st.
McMechin Mrs. Alice, tailoress, 168 Raborg st.
McMillan James, ladies' shoemak., 155 N. High.
—— & Davis, carpenters, 88 Conway st.
—— George G., of firm, 127 S. Paca st.
McMulIen Mrs. Margaret, 203 S. Charles st.
—— Mrs. Elizab., dress maker, 203 S. Charles.
—— John, machinist, 87 Franklin st.
—— John, stove maker, 67 York st.
—— John, laborer, 49 Burgundy alley.
—— John, machinist, 114 N. High st.
McMurray Mrs. Ann, 65 Wilk st.
—— Mrs. Catharine, 102 Aisquith st.
McNabb James, carpenter, 97 N. Caroline st.
McNall Hugh, hackman, 45 W. Lombard st.
McNally James, grocer, 136 St. Paul st.
—— Michael R., teacher, 138 E. Monument st.,
h. 47 E. Monument st.
McNamar Mrs. Catharine, 115 St. Paul st.
McNeal Henry, hatter, 13 N. Exeter st.
—— Hugh, millwright, 35 York st.
—— John W., shoemaker, 258 Alice Anna st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, dry goods store, 168 W.
Lombard st.
—— James, prop, of scows, Buchanan's wharf,
h. 97 Wilk st.
—— Sarah, 128 Pitt st.
—— Owen, pedler, 9 Low st.
—— Andrew L,, carpenter, 91 N. High st., h.
240 Pitt st.
—— Archibald, 44 Jackson st.
McNeliy Mrs. Sarah, 118 Pine st.
—— Patrick, tavern, 51 S. Frederick st.
McNevin John, teacher, 76 N. Eden st.
McNew Wm., engineer, 46 Orleans st.
—— Edward, pedler, 38 York avenue.
McNichols Isaac, nightman, 81 Cross st.
McNulty James, grocer, 200 S. Caroline st.
—— Mrs. Martha, 143 Aisquith st.
—— Mary, 15 Hillen st.
McPhail Mrs. Mary, 71 Franklin st.
—— James, batter, 7 New Church st.
—— Wm., coach maker, 7 New Church st.
McPherson John, 109 Penna. avenue.
—— Samuel, grocer, 190 East st.
—— John, carp., 39 Saratoga st., h. 85 North st.
—— Johannes, 303 Biddle st.
McPhillips James, laborer, 62 Hughes st.
McTeague Barney, grocer, 10 L. Water st.
McWhinney John, clerk, 71 Fayette st.
McWilliams W. A., confectioner, 119 W. Pratt.
—— John, tavern, 7 Fish Market space.
—— Robert, grocer, 122 S. Caroline st.
— Mrs. Catharine, 65 S. Eden st.
— John, carpenter, 151 E. Pratt st,

McWilliams Edward, grocer, 108 Wilk st.
—— Daniel, carter, 138 N. Spring st.
Meachem Randall, auctioneer, 102 W. Balto, s
h. 38 Holliday st.
Meades Mrs. Elizabeth, supt. Humane Impar-
tial Society, 4 S. Gay st.
Meads Daniel, shoemaker, 181 Wolf st.
—— Henry, shipsmith, 240 Fleet st.
—— Philip, machinist, 38 Hamburg st.
—— Edward, tavern, 68 N. Front st.
Meakin Samuel, painter, 192 N. Eden st.
—— Wm., bricklayer, 68 Tyson st.
—— Samuel, house and sign painter, baseme
22 St. Paul st.
Mearis Jacob, manager of floor cloth manuf.,
11 Albemarle st.
Mears John B., grocer, 72 S. High st.
—— Wm., mariner, 147 Thames st.
—— Thomas H., tailor, Caroline st. N. of Blit
Mechanics' Bank, J. W. Alnutt, cashier, c. Ca
vert and Fayette sts.
Medairy Jacob, 229 Hanover st.
—— Jacob H., clerk, 179 Hanover st.
—— John, engraver and copper plate printer
over 168 W. Balto, st., h. 80 Lee st.
Medcalf Edw. P., cracker baker, 127 Saratog
—— Abraham P., provision merchant, 326 Lex-
ington st.
—— Wm. M., 83 N. Charles st.
—— Elijah, cabinet maker, 63 York avenue.
Medical College, University of Maryland, c. Green and Lombard sts.
—— Washington University, c. Broadway ar
Hampstead st.
Medinger John, laborer, 9 Fawn st.
—— Gotlieb, butcher, 184 Pitt st.
—— John G., grocer & feed mer., 160 Forres
—— Christopher A., baker, 164 Forrest st.
—— George, butcher, 102 Ross st.
Medtart J. & J., prop. Saratoga brewery, Sar
toga st., near Cove.
—— Jacob, of firm, 317 Lexington st.
—— Mrs. Joshua, 317 Lexington st.
Meehan Patrick, grocer, 227 Fleet st.
Meekins Isaac, bay trader, 69 N. Exeter st.
—— Mrs. Margaret, 31 N. Strawberry alley.
—— Basil B., hatter, 173 Orleans st.
Meeks Wm., morocco dresser, 37 Ross st.
—— Wm., bricklayer, 31 McHenry st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 160 Pitt st.
—— John W., machinist, 130 McHenry st.
Meens Mrs. Rosanna, 20 Hillen st.
Meeteer Mrs. Hannah, prop, paper warehouse
150 W. Lombard st., h. 54 Courtland st.
—— Albert, blacksmith, 25 S. Frederick st.,
212 E. Monument st.
Megenhardt Frederick, grocer, 168 Pearl st.
Meier Philip, boot & shoe maker, 36 N. Liberty
Meinecke C., prof, of music, 108 Lexington s
Meir Carl, boot & shoe maker, 40 S. Howard s
Meisner John, blacksmith, 132 E. Madison s
—— George, grocer, 158 E. Madison st.
Meixsell Jacob, grocer & flour mer., 219 Lex-
ington st.
—— John, tobacconist, 217 Lexington st.
Mellin Joseph, currier, 131 Hillen st.
Mellor Mrs. Ann C., lace maker, 101 N. Gay s
Menk Conrad, laborer, 260 Happy alley.
Menke Frederick, tailor, 147 W. Lombard st.
Mentz Mrs. Dorcas, 53 Preston st.
Menzies James, boot, shoe & hat dealer, 292 V
Balto, st., h. 333 W. Lombard st.


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