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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 99   View pdf image (33K)
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Neurath Ernest, boot &, shoe mak., 21 S. Liberty.
Neverett Mrs. N. J. 140 Ensor st.
New J. H., carpenter, 54 Ross st.
Newbell John D., boot & shoe mak., 23 Park st.
Newcomb Mrs. Ellen, 39 George st.
Newcomer &, Stonebreaker, flour mers., 246 W.
Pratt st.
Newell John, grocer, c. Aisquith'and Gay sts.
Newkirk Henry V., grocer, 132 Ensor st.
Newman Wm., silver plater, 5 Mercer st.
—— Thomas, carpenter, 202 Fleet st.
—— Joseph, watchman, 254 E. Pratt st.
—— S., clothier, 50 S. Charles st.
—— Joseph, piano maker, 505 W. Balto, st.
—— Thomas, carpenter, 299 Wilk st.
—— Benj., merchandise broker, 59 W.Lombard,
—— George H., com. mer. and Brazilian vice
consul, 61 W. Lombard st.
—— Edward, cooper, 1S2 Potter st.
—— Win. W., carpenter, 68 N. Exeter st.
Newton Mrs. Rosetta, 350 Lexington st.
—— Wm., comb maker, 61 Preston st.
—— Thomas, shoemaker, 19 George st.
Niblet John, blacksmith, 8 Temple st.
—— Joshua, blacksmith, 11 New Church st.
Nice Mary, shopkeeper, 187 Ensor st.
Nichol Wm., plasterer, 183 E. Pratt st.
—— Wm., bricklayer, 106 Ann st.
Nicholas Capt. J. Smith, U. S. A., 85 St. Paul.
—— John Spear, att'y, 7 Court House lane, h.
39 Lexington st.
Nichols James, wood dealer, 99 N. Exeter st.
—— Enoch, trader, 131 Alice Anna st.
—— Henry, grocer, 88 Jefferson st.
—— Charles, att'y, 44 Lexington st.
—— O., teacher, 40 Franklin st.
—— Abby, washerwoman, 70 Holliday st.
—— Henry, 57 Vine st.
—— David, keeper Charles st. city spring, h.
275 S. Charles st.
—— Wm., shingle dresser, 78 Montgomery st.
Nicholson Andrew, tavern, 420 W. Balto, st.
—— Henry, blacksmith, 878 W. Baltimore st.
—— John, grocer, 110 Camden st.
—— Thomas, bookbinder, 60 N. Cove st.
—— Mrs. Mary, grocer, 487 Saratoga st.
—— James, currier, 55 McHenry st.
—— Mrs. Laura, 29 Hamilton st.
—— Louis, mariner, 65 N. Gay st.
—— Thomas, carpenter, 20 Wagon alley.
—— J. J., lottery & ex. dealer, 1 S. Sharp st., h.
443 W. Baltimore st.
—— I. L. & Bro., lottery & ex. dealers, 26 W.
Baltimore st
—— I. L., of firm, h. 4 S. High st.
—— Henry, baker, 191 N. Exeter st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 32 Thames st.
—— Rebecca, tavern, 145 Wilk st.
—— Capt. Charles, 115 Gough st.
—— Alexander, bacon dealer, 242 Pitt st.
—— Edward J., clerk, 15 Pitt st.
— Mrs. Frances, teacher, 80 Hillen st.
Nickerson Mrs. P. A., variety and fancy store,
52 N. Howard st.
Nickey Wm., huckster, 188 East st.
Nicklas Conrad, watchmaker, 3 S. Green st.
—— G. M. tailor, 178 Light st
Nickols Adam, tinner, 14 President st.
Nicodemus J. C., bacon mer., 22 Penna. av., h.
179 Mulberry st.
Nicolai Harman, grocer, 132 S. Sharp st
Nieberg Valentine, shoemaker, 125 Happy alley .

Wiebling Jacob, boot & shoe mak., 881 Saratoga.
—— Mrs. Eliza, 105 Lexington st.
Niemuiler Frederick, tavern, 7 Fell st
Nildfilde Frederick, tailor, 24 East st.
Nimmo Mrs. S., 185 E. Baltimore st.
Ninde James, watchmak. & jeweller, 11 S. Gay.
—— James C., att'y, 26 St. Paul st.
Ningard Frederick, porter, 93 N. Calvert st.
Nippard John, grocer & feed mer., 394 N. Gay.
—— David, potter, 12 Hampstead st.
Nisbet Hon. Alexander, associate judge Balto.
city Court., h. 7 S. Frederick st.
Niun Albert, tailor, 41 York st.
Niverd Michael, confectioner, 3 L. Paca st.
Nix Jacob, tailor, 14 Douglass st.
Nixon John, meal seller, 68 York avenue.
—— George, blacksmith, 181 S. Sharp st.
—— Thomas, grocer, 56 Potter st.
Noah Mrs. Dorothy, 40 —— st., W. of William
and S. of West st.
Noblet Mrs. Sarah, variety store, 1 Hill st.
Noblitt John, confectioner, 18 Lee st.
Nogle John, laborer. 136 S. Canal st.
— Jacob, shoemaker, 164 Wolf st.
Nolan Henry, millwright, 110 Hill st.
—— Matthew, tailor, 64 N. Front st.
Nordman Henry H., grocer, 90 Montgomery st.
Norfolk John, shoemaker, 88 Montgomery st.
—— John H., dealer in millinery goods, 211 W.
Pratt st.
—— John, ship carpenter, 8 S. Caroline st.
—— Thomas, bricklayer, 188 E. Baltimore st.
Norman M. S., tobacco com. mer., 75 Smith's
whf., h. 175 W. Lombard st.
—— Mrs. Caroline, 119 Potter st.
—— John, shoemaker, 137 E. Baltimore st.
—— Mrs. D., boarding house, 157 W. Lombard.
Norris Samuel, boot & shoe mak., 2 S. Sharp st
—— Edward S., firm of Wyeth & Norris, h. 89
S. Sharp st.
—— & Taylor, dyers, 140 North st.
—— James H., clerk, 133 S. Exeter st
—— Aquila J., cabinet maker, 181 East st., h.
16 Chew st.
—— Thomas R., clerk, 220 E. Monument st.
—— Hamilton S., shoemaker, 14 Garden st.
—— Mrs. B. B., mantua maker, 343 W. Balto.
—— Capt Isaac H., 70 Wilk st.
—— Susan, tavern, 148 Wilk st
—— Edward, shoemaker, 105 Gough st.
— James, 92 Granby st.
—— Joseph H., carpenter, 36 Maiden lane.
—— Wm. H., ait'y, c. Fayette and St. Paul sts.,
h. 26 Holliday st.
—— Wm., merchant, 25 George st
—— B. F., prop. Maypole tavern, 8 S. Paca st.
—— C. Sidney, firm of Duer & Norris, h. 92
Hanover st.
—— Benjamin B., 343 W. Baltimore st
—— & Beatty, hardware mers., 268 W. Balto, st.
—— Richard, Sr., hard ware mer., 272 W. Balto.,
h. 142 N. Charles st.
—— & Bro., hardware mers., 272 W. Balto, st.
—— W. B. & Co., grocers, 318 W. Balto, st.
—— J. C., of firm, h. 121 S. Sharp st.
North Edward, 286 Alice Anna st.
—— Edward, Jr., carpenter, 227 Alice Anna st.
—— Capt. Henry, 28 Henrietta st
Northam Miss Ann W., milliner, 42 German st.
Northerman Mrs. George, 99 W. Baltimore st.
—— George, engraver, 4 N. Calvert st
Nortman Henry, laborer, 275 Alice Anna st.


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