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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
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Moore Robert, dry goods mer., 30 Marsh Market
sp., h. 81 E. Baltimore st.
—— T., flour and feed mer., 55 Penna. av.
—— Nathaniel, boat builder, Hughes' Quay, h.
125 William st.
—— Joseph, laborer, 95 Peirce st.
—— Thomas, carpenter, 52 Raborg st.
—— Wm., com. mer., 71 O'Donnell's wharf.
—— S. L., clerk, 4 S. Frederick st.
—— Rev. John, 295 Biddle st.
Mopps Wm., laborer, 203 Saratoga st.
—— Mrs. Adam, 15 S. High st.
Moran Mrs. Isabella, confectioner, 59 North st.
—— G., plasterer, 198 Saratoga st.
—— Richard G., engineer, 108 S. Eden st.
—— Michael, carpenter, 32 Hillen st.
Morehead Mrs. Mary, 96 N. Cove st.
More 11 John, jeweller, Md. Arcade, h. 79 Pitt st.
Moreland Joseph S., property agent, 28 Second,
h. 178 S. Paca st.
Morgan Edward, 5 Aisquith st.
—— Wilson B., tailor, 218 Potter st.
—— Mrs., 59 N. Eden st.
—— James, blacksmith, 118 William st.
—— Mrs. Sarah, dairy, 87 S. Caroline st.
—— Joseph, bookbinder, 31 Hillen st.
—— Mrs. Julia Ann, 2 Jasper st.
—— Henry, shoemaker, 21 Gittings st.
—— Rev. L. F., pastor High st. M. E. church,
h. 99 S. High st.
—— Wm., firm of B. DeFord & Co., 52 Pitt st.
Morhardt Jacob F., turner, 49 Clay st.
Morhiser John N., harness maker, c. Pleasant
and Davis sis.', h. 20 Pleasant st.
Morine Wm. G., mariner, 19 Apple alley.
Morling John, confectioner and tavern keeper, 2
W. Pratt st.
Mormon John B., furniture wagoner, 218 S.
Bond st.
—— John Rudolph, carter, 203 Broadway.
Morriarty Miss Ann, trimmings store, 66 Lexing-
ton st.
Morrin James, 17 N. High st.
Morris John B., pres't Mechanics' Bank, h. 22
Mulberry st.
—— Rev. John G., D. D., pastor 1st Eng. Lu-
theran church, 125 Lexington st.
—— George W., copper nail cutter, 65 S. Paca.
— James, cellar digger, 76 Peach alley.
—— Thomas C. & Sons, ship carpenters, 2 York.
—— Thomas C., of firm, h. 142 Broadway.
—— Mrs. Mary, 1 Fish Market space.
—— John, ship joiner, 242 Broadway.
—— Dr. Henry, 157 Broadway, h. 159 Broadway
—— Charles T. ship joiner, 156 Thames st., h.
142 Broadway.
—— Wm., grocer, 309 S. Bond st.
—— James A. grocer, 216 Ann st.
—— Wm. St Geo., Thistle Factory warehouse, c.

Howard & German sts.
——— Wm., of firm, 62 Saratoga st.
—— George, of firm, 186 W. Lombard st.
— Maurice, shoemaker, 52 Jefferson st.
—— Owen, bricklayer, 171 E. Madison st.
—— Jesse, 48 Douglas st.
—— Mrs. Mary Ann, seamstress, 70 Ensor st.
Morrisoh Mrs. Priscilla, 95 East st.
—— Edward, book keeper, 51 E. Lombard st.
—— Jesse, ship carpenter, 48 Philpot st.
—— Michael, laborer, 1 French st.
—— Cornelius, baker, 19 Stirling st.
—— John, blacksmith, 99 Hillen st.

Morrison Nathaniel H., teacher, 73 St. Paul st.
—— Horace, principal Baltimore College, 32
Mulberry st.
—— Miss E., dress maker, 129 Pine st.
—— Wm., 54 Raborg st.
—— H. J.. hatter, 164 W. Baltimore st., h. 49
N. High st.
—— Andrew, laborer, 7 Johnson st.
Morrow John, carpenter, 78 Lee st., h. 156
Hanover st.
—— John, shoemaker, 297 W. Pratt st.
—— Patrick, paper carrier, 134 Ross st.
—— Wm., carter, 36 Preston st.
—— George, weaver, 121 Peirce st.
—— W. E. & S. W., coopers, 106 Dugan's whf.
—— W. E., of firm, h. 95 Granby st.
—— S. W., of firm, h. 96 Gough st.
—— Robert, carpenter, 226 N. Howard st.
—— Andrew, seaman, 224 Pitt st.
—— John, weaver, 33 Preston st.
—— Wm., weaver, 38 Preston st.
Morry George, collector, 170 E. Monument st.
Morse R. C., watchmaker and jeweller, 282 W.
Baltimore st.
Morsell John B., shoemaker, 69 Vine st.
Mortimer John, carpenter, 12 S. Bond st.
—— James, cabinet maker, 125 S. Bond st.
—— John, at Custom house, 11 Holland st.
—— & Mowbray, variety store, 228 W. Balti-
more c. Charles st.
—— Henry, clerk, 94 Lee st.
—— John, shoemaker, 153 N. Front st.
—— Thomas, laborer, 332 S. Charles st.
Morton Alexander, millwright, 316 S. Charles.
—— Robert, millwright, 318 S. Charles st.
—— Alexander, Jr., millwright, 246 S. Charles.
—— Mrs. Julia Ann, 287 Lexington st.
—— John, grocer & com. mer., 110 Dugan's whf.
—— George C., consul of France, basement Ex-
change, Gay st.
Moses Isaac, reader in Jewish synagogue, Har-
rison st., h. 68 French st.
Mosher Col. J., 64 Fayelte st.
—— John A., carpenter, 185 Aisquith st.
—— Ann, 298 Raborg st.
—— Mrs. Ann Maria, 204 Gough st.
Most Henry, cabinet maker, 113 Albemarle st.
—— Henry, confectioner, 215 Broadway.
Moszner Christopher, shoemaker, 18 New st.
Mott James M., clerk in Union Bank, h. 79 Park.
—— Nicholas U., agricultural implement maker,
41 N. Paca st.
—— Abraham G., agricult. implement maker,
38 Ensor st., h. 89 Ensor st.
—— Mis. R. M., dry goods store, 22 E. Balti-
more st.
Mouat Capt. Thomas, 184 Ann st.
Moulton James F., mer. tailor, 2 S. Calvert st.,
h. 165 N. Paca st.
Mowbray John, tailor, 62 Harrison st.
—— George W., firm of Mortimer & Mowbray,
h. 68 N. Front st.
Mowell Peter, iron founder, 153 Ann st.
Moxley Wm., tin and sheet iron worker, 78
Hanover st.
—— Walter, tobacconist, 243 Broadway.
Mozingo Alfred S., ladies' shoemaker, 91 N.
Calvert st.
Muckelroy James, weaver, 145 Peirce st.
—— John, butcher, E. Baltimore st., Lauden-
slager's Hill.
Mucket Wm. Nelson, barber. 175 Mulberry st


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