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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 98   View pdf image (33K)
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Murray Patrick, laborer, 30 Granby st.
—— Mrs. Ann, 314 N. Gay st.
—— Edward, confectioner, 248 N. Gay at.
—— Wm., 114 French st.
— Mrs. Mary Ann, 20 Constitution st.
—— Michael, 218 Gough st.
Mushett Walter, tobac. com. mer., 17 Mulberry.
Musel Wm., tinner, 71 Camden st.
Museum Baltimore, & Gallery of fine Arts, E.
Peale, prop., N. W. c. Balto. & Calvert sts.
—— Washington, J. Paul, manager, c. Pratt and
Mill sts.
Musgrave Rev. George W., pastor 3d Presbyt.
church, h. 79 N. Eutaw st.
—— James, tanner and currier, 117 N. Front st.
—— George, clerk, 55 Mulberry st.
—— Andrew, cooper, 24 Patterson st., h. 134 S.
Exeter st.
Muskimmon Robert, saddler, 62 Holliday st.
Musselman John, letter carrier, 27 Columbia st.
—— Jacob, carpenter, 5 Somerset st.
Muth Philip, grocer & baker, 80 S. Charles st.
—— George, shoemaker, 102 French st.
—— George, grocer, 170 W. Pratt st.
Mutual Safety Insur. Co., agency, C. F. Single-
ton, over S. W. c. Gay and Lombard sts.
Myer Mrs. Susanna, 103 Hanover c. Conway st.
—— James, grocer & com. mer., 65 S. Calvert,
h. 168 S. Sharp st.
—— Conrad, bootmaker, 4 N. Paca st.
—— Wm., paver, 52 Harford av.
Myers Jacob & Son, tobacconist, 61 South st.
—— D., laborer, 144 S. Eutaw st.
—— Daniel, grocer, 142 N. Howard st., h. 15
Penna. av.
—— & Bayfield, grocers and produce mers., 141
Franklin st.
—— Humphrey, tobacconist, 70 Park st.
—— Stephen, tailor, 33 Park st.
—— J. F., shoemaker, 37 George st.
—— Mrs. Magdalen, 48 Pearl st.
—— Margaret, 162 Potter st.
—— Mrs. Ann, 192 Potter st.
—— John, plasterer, 175 Potter st.
—— Daniel E., constable, 210 N. Exeter st.
—— Mrs. Mary E., 203 N. Exeter st.
—— John S., boat builder, 66 S. Bond st.
—— Jacob, sen., 329 S. Bond st.
—— Jacob, Jr., grocer, 186 Broadway.
—— Dr. Aaron, 113 S. Eden st.
—— Wm., tavern keeper, 114 Thames st.
—— Conrad, tailor, 13 Shakspeare st.
—— F. G., segar maker, 23 Shakspeare st.
—— Alexander, shipping master, 191 Fleet st.
—— Henry, laborer, 37 Wilk st.
—— Edward, mariner, 264 E. Pratt st.
—— Mrs. Maria, 99 E. Lombard st.
—— Wm., shoemaker, 205 Apple alley.
— Thomas, brickmaker, 144 Hanover st.
—— Capt. John, 64 Block st.
—— Mrs. Eliza, 78 N. Green st.
— John F., laborer, 31 French st.
—— Charles, hatter, 130 French st.
— Charles, butcher, 154 Penna. av.
—— Mrs. Catharine, 6 Harford av.
—— Wm., drayman, 9 Perry st.
—— Joseph, 40 McHenry st.
—— George, 2 Buren st.
—— Christian, drayman, 256 E. Monument st
—— Mrs. Harriet, 200 Biddle st.
—— Jacob, stone cutter, 4 Falls st.
Myret H., tailor, 12 President st

NACHMAN Meyer, grocer, 341 S. Bond st.
Naff John H.s 280 Lexington st.
Nairn Mrs., miniature painter, 41 N. Gay st.
Nails Benjamin F., house & sign painter, 1 Fay-
ette st., h. 21 E. Monument st.
Nally Richard, grocer, 36 New Church st.
Nantz John, inspector of customs, 79 S. High.
—— John, straw cutter, 417 Saratoga st.
—— Wm., mariner, 48 Hughes st.
Nash Ephraim, caulker, 151 William st.
—— Evan, boiler maker, 55 Hughes st.
—— Wm., carter, 403 Lexington st.
Nason Capt. Wm. C., 110 S. Caroline st.
Nassing & Gotthelf, grocers, 243 Alice Anna st
Nattah Mary H., corset maker, 49 S. Liberty st
Nattali the Misses, corset makers, S. E. c. Bal-
timore and Front sts.
Nau Henry, carpenter, 54 Ross st.
Naugle Jacob, shoemaker, 164 Wolf st.
Navy Agent's office, 28 Fayette st.
Nawell John, grocer, 317 N. Gay st.
Naylor Samuel, carpenter, 79 N. Eden st.
—— John, carpenter, 4 Jasper st.
Neal Abner, att'y, 52 Fayette st., h. 176 Franklin
—— Joseph, law bookseller, over 216 W. Balto
—— Mrs. Catharine A., seamstress, 9 Thomsen
—— James, grocer, 33 Cheapside.
—— Capt. Frederick, 181 Aisquith st.
Neale st Luckett, com. mers., over 70 Light st
—— Francis, of firm, h. 263 W. Lombard st.
—— Henry, shoemaker, 78 Hamburg st.
—— James G., bricklayer, 125 S. Sharp st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 50 West st.
—— Mrs. Susan, 59 Forrest st.
Needham Asa, grocer and com. mer., 104 Ligh
st. whf., h. 177 S. Charles st.
Needles John, cabinet maker, 54 Hanover st.
—— Elizabeth, dry goods store, 56 Hanover st
—— Edward, house and sign painter, c. Hano-
ver and Lombard sts., h. 269 W. Lombard
Neely James, stone cutter, 61 Preston st.
Neepier Wm., hatter, 188 S. Sharp st.
Neibert John, tavern. 133 Fleet st.
Neighbours Henry, ship carpenter, 193 Fleet st
Neigle John, tailor, 283 S. Strawberry alley.
Neil John, weaver, 45 Preston st.
—— J., tavern, 64 Light st.
Neilson Robt. F., insp. of customs, 51 Courtland
—— Wm. E., bricklayer, 210 N. Eden t.
—— James, lottery and ex. dealer, 83 Thames
—— James, coachmaker, 3 Holland st.
—— Thomas N., 286 E. Baltimore st.
—— Robert, book and job printer, 4 S. Charles
st., h. 54 Carpenters alley.
—— George, clerk, 81 N. Calvert st.
—— Joseph, Jr., clerk, 152 Orleans st.
Neimeyer Herman, carpenter, 148 S. Sharp st
—— John, laborer, 79 Raborg st.
Nelson Robert, wood dealer, 14 Armistead lane
—— Mary A., 317 S. Charles st.
Nenninger Mrs. Louisa, 3 Courtland st.
Nesbit Jonathan, boot, shoe & hat dealer, 239 W
Baltimore st., h. 25 Conway st.
Ness Mary Ann, tavern, 175 Wilk st.
—— Justus, shoemaker, 36 Holland st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 134 Pearl st.
Netter Raphael, trader, 76 Hillen st.
Neuberger Martin, clothier, 66 Marsh Market sp
Neuffer Christian A., porter, 132 Raborg st.
Neuiar George, cabinet maker, 35 Lancaster st
Neun John, tailor, 226 S. Charlei st.


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