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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 93   View pdf image (33K)
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Mercantile Library Association rooms, over S.
E. c. Baltimore and Hanover sts.
Mercer Charles H., clerk in post office, h. 90 E.
Pratt st.
— George, shoemaker, 130 Ann st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 5 York avenue.
—— James, firm of Judefind & Mercer, 128 S.
Green st.
Merceret Mrs. N., 70 George st.
Merchant Isaac, constable, 235 Franklin st.
—— Jospph, confectioner, 124 N. Gay st.
Merchants' Bank,D. Sprigg, cashier, c. Gay and
Second sts.
—— Hotel, 17 and 19 S. Charles st.
—— Fire Insurance Co., Isaac Tyson, president,
19 South st.
Meredith Benjamin R., tailor and scourer, 5S S.
Charles st.
—— & Co., dry goods mers., 306 W. Balto, st.
—— John G., carpenter, 17 Armistead lane.
—— Jonathan, att'y, 26 N. Calvert st.
—— Mrs. Margaret, 138 Franklin st.
—— J. P., clock & watch maker, 34 N. Paca st.
—— John F., house and sign painter, 27 Con-
cord St., h. 39 S. Exeter st.
Mergotten John, blacksmith, 22 East st.
Merker Andrew, blacksmith, 182 Saratoga st.,
h. 209 Mulberry st.
Merkland George, huckster, 39 Camden st.
Merklin Michael, carpenter, 217 Mulberry st.
Merluzzi Nich. A., mer. tailor, 75 W. Lombard.
Merriam & Hodges, trimmings store, 191 W.
Baltimore st.
—— Josiah, trimmings store, 15 N. Eutaw st.
Merrick John R., clerk, 236 E. Monument st.
Merriken Joseph S., last maker, 87 W. Lombard
st., h. 457 W. Baltimore st.
—— James, cabinet maker and sexton St. Paul's
church, 107 Lexington st.
—— Wm., tinner, 35 Orleans st.
Merrill Moses, teacher, 118 N. Eden st.
—— E. H., com. mer., 14 German st.
—— Robert D., firm of Kelltim & Merrill, h.
168 Hanover st.
—— James H., lock & gunsmith, 65 South st.,
h. 112 E. Pratt st.
—— Jeremiah, livery stable, 4 Columbia st.
Merritt & Watkins, mer. tailors, 6 Light st.
—— John, tavern, 150 Light st.
—— John, 260 S. Charles st.
—— Frederick, whip maker, 47 S. Liberty st.
—— Mrs. Catharine, 159 W. Madison st.
—— Wm. C., clerk, 41 N. Charles st.
—— James P., grocer, 15 Pleasant st.
—— A. Columbus, com. mer., 168 Pitt st.
—— James, wheelwright, 43 Harrison st.
—— Anthony, 46 N. Frederick st.
—— Caleb, carpenter, 98 Wilk st., h. 91 Wilk.
Merritto A., confectioner, 284 W. Baltimore st.,
h. 25 New Church st.
Merryman Oliver P., 15 St. Paul st.
—— Nicholas, bricklayer, 162 Aisquith st.
—— Jacob, clerk, 19 Temple st.
—— George, surgeon dentist, 14 Fayette st.
— Samuel W., dry goods mer., 9 N. High st.
— Samuel, constable, 2 Josephine st.
Merton John M., boot & shoemaker, 193 Light.
Meseke August, boot and shoe maker, 711 W.
Baltimore st.
Meaner L. D., watchman, 89 N. Gay st.
Messersmith Emanuel, boot & shoe maker, 117
Penna. avenue.

Messersmith John E., baker, 119 Penna. avenue
Messing George F., porter, 54 Pine st.
Mettee Charles A., blacksmith, 52 S. Charles st.
—— Leonand C., blacksmith, 23 Balderston st.,
h. 75 York st.
—— Philip, blacksmith, 107 W. Lombard st., h.
133 W. Lombard st.
—— Martin, blacksmith, 11 President st., h. 69
E. Lombard st.
—— C. A. & W. H., blacksmiths, 14 Balderston.
—— Martin W., blacksmith, SI Harrison st., h.
164 Pitt st.
Metz John, cabinet maker, 63 McElderry st.
—— Mrs. Maria. 225 Aisquith st.
—— John A., stone mason, 215 Wilk st.
—— Augustus H., prof, of music, 191 N. Gay.
Metzar the Misses, milliners, 119 Lexington st.
Metztor John, fisherman, 52 Hughes st.
Meushaw Mrs. Rachel, 166 S. Howard st.
Meyer Samuel, tin & sheet iron worker, 96 Sa-
ratogo st.
—— Jeremiah, tavern, 79 McElderry 's wharf.
—— E. H., grocer, 204 Hanover st.
—— Frederick, trimmings store, 127 E. Balto, st.
—— Frederick, tin & sheet iron worker, 135
Light st., h. 265 Light st.
—— J. H. W., grocer, 141 Light st.
—— Andrew, shoemaker, 194 S. Sharp st.
—— Godfrey & Son, brass founders, 21 W. Pratt.
—— George, of firm, h. 21 W. Pratt st.
—— Godfrey & Co., general agents for Dr.
Thomson 's botanical medicines, 16 W. Pratt.
—— Francis, of firm, h. 10 President st.
—— Joseph Henry, cabinet maker, 202 N. Cove.
—— &. Thomson, botanical medicine manuf., 34
President st.
Meyers Samuel, grocer, 176 Mulberry st.
—— , feed mer., 153 Franklin st.
Meyron —— , currier and morocco dresser, 279
E. Monument st.
Mezick Mrs. Charlotte, 238 Wilk st.
—— Mrs. C., 29 Thames st.
Mice Peter, laborer. 211 Apple alley.
—— Wm., laborer, 211 Apple alley.
Michael the Misses, 25 N. Liberty st.
—— Emanuel H., morocco dresser, 557 Saratoga.
—— James, dyer, 191 Forrest st.
—— Christiana, washerwoman, 6 Water st.
—— John, frame maker, 62 N. Poppleton st.
Michaels Michael, carpenter, 131 N. Paca st.
Mickle Robert, cashier Union Bank, h. 256 Lex-
ington st.
Mickens Daniel, grocer, 256 S. Charles st.
Middendorf Henry, laborer, 17 Slemmers alley.
—— Henry, tavern, 109 Light st.
Middleton R. W., firm of John Potter & Co., 53
S. Exeter st.
—— Henry, grocer, 158 Wolf st.
—— C. F. & Co., tobacconists, 108 W. Pratt st.
—— C. F., of firm, h. 107 S. Exeter st.
—— Richard, magistrate, c. Lombard and Fred-
erick sts., h. 90 St. Paul st.
—— Ellen, tavern, 141 Wilk st.
—— Wm., H., carpenter, 29 Holland st,
Milbourn Miss E., milliner, 12 Holliday st.
—— James, pilot, 274 Wilk st.
Milburn John H., boot & shoe maker, 33 South.
Milder Thomas, frame maker, 100 Fleet st.
Miles Uriah, lottery & exchange dealer, 289 W;
Baltimore st., h. 83 S. Green st.
—— Charles, chair maker, 101 N. Exeter st.
—— Mrs. Jane, 36 Preston st.


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