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Point Joseph, laborer, 166 Eastern avenue
Pointer James, clerk, 265 Franklin
Poist Jerome, sheet iron work'r, 496 w Lombard
Poist William, 543 w Fayette
Poland, (Thos. C.,) Jenkins (Jos. H.,) & Co.,
hide and leather dealers, 12 Water
Poland Thomas, 88 s Charles
Poland William, potter, 41 Bank
Poleman Henry, laborer, 24 Fountain
Police Office (Central) s e cor. Saratoga and
Police Office (Western) next 21 Greene
Politzer Ignatius, tailor, 88 n Gay
Polk David, bricklayer, 76 McElderry
Polk Frederick, laborer, 147 Alice Anna
Polk Col. James, 88 w Madison
Polk John, confectioner, 107 e Lombard
Polk Jno. P., (Purviance, P. & Co..) 512 w Fayette
POLK (J. P.:) & MUSE, (Joseph,) attornies at
law, 42 w Fayette, h J. P. P., Madison st
Polk Robert M., 9 York avenue
Polk William, huckster, 332 Franklin
POLLACH ABRAHAM, mattress maker, 96 n
Howard. See next page.
Pollach Marcus S., collector, 61 s Spring
Pollack Jos. & Sons, dry goods deal's, 165 n Gay
Pollack Jos. & Sons, millinery and fancy goods
dealers, 177 n Gay, h do
Pollard David, miller, 111 Chew
Pollard Peter, pr. livery stables, 90 Bank lane
h 313 n Gay
Pollard Seth, painter, 34 Granby
Polle Mary, 81 s Fremont
Pollilt Alfred H., 48 s Spring
Pollitt Edward D., carpenter, 35 Commerce
Pollitt Mrs. Elizabeth, 102 n Eutaw
Pollitt Patrick, huckster, 39 Raborg
Pollman Frederick, shoemaker, 327 Saratoga
POLLOCK HENRY, daguerrian rooms, 155
Pollock H., clothier, 74 Harrison
Pollock Moses, clothier, 18 Harrison
Pollock Mark, clothier, 60 Center market, h 18
Pollock Nathaniel H., printer, 251 Franklin
Polly Elizabeth, hoarding house, 72 s Charles
Polman Henry, laborer, 119 Washington
Poison Hiram, sailor, 186 Montgomery
Polster Frederick, 169 German
Polston Michael, laborer, 25 e Monument


Daguerrian Gallery.


155 W. Baltimore Street,

Opposite the Museum,


Warrants his Pictures equal to any in the

world. Particular attention paid to Copy in

Daguerreotypes, Paintings, Statuary and Prints

Post Mortem Pictures, and Views of Buildings

Scenery, Monuments, Shipping, &c.

270 POR

Polston Charles, machinist, 58 Portland
Polster John, shoemaker, 47 Constitution
Polton Alexander, 53 Dewberry alley

Polton George, machinist, 449 w Lombard
Polton John, bricklayer, 293 Columbia
Poltz Casper, 17 Preston
Poltz Henry, 232 s Dallas
Poltz Peter W., cooper, 69 Perry
Pompletz & Co., organ makers, 61 Albemarle
Pomroy Adam, cooper, 100 Biddle alley
Pomroy Capt. Wm. R., 150 Dover
Poncia Anthony, statuary and moulder, 54 Balt.
Pond Richard, shoemaker, 87 McElderry
Pond Richard, shoemaker, 73 McElderry
Pontier Edward F., 8 s Ann
Pontier Lewis E., com., merchant, 45½ w Lom-
bard, h 92 e Fayette
Pool George T., umbrella maker, 450 w Balt.
Pool James, clerk, 31 Jackson
Poole Hannah, 1 Warner
POOLE (Robert,) & HUNT, (German H.,)
steam engine manufacturers, Union Works,
161 North. See card, page 272
Poole Nicholas, 253 n Bond
Poole Robert, (P. & Hunt,) h 121 n Front
Poole Samuel, painter, 15 s Eutaw
Poole Thomas, machinist, 305 n Eutaw
Poole Thomas, confectioner, 155 w Fayette

Poor John H., book-keeper, 71 Franklin
Poor Wm. A., h 81 Park
POPE FRANKLIN F., general commission

merchant, 85 Bowly's whf., h 101 n High
Pope Franklin F. com. merchant, 81 South, h
101 n High
Pope Folger, painter, Grant st., h 191 n High
Pope George, laborer, 49 Preston
Pope George, brush maker, 21 Jasper

Pope Henry, laborer, 155 Regester
Pope Jacob F., basket maker, 11 Pearl
Pope John H., tailor, 732 Baltimore
Pope Randolph, chair maker, 268 Aisquith
Pope Susan, dress maker, 90 Center
Popp Christ., keeper of cows, 70 s Eutaw
Popp George W., cigar maker, 52 Mulberry
Popplein George & Nich., pr. chemical works,
Cross st., e of Covington, h G. P., 137 Sara-
toga, office 184 Baltimore st., up stairs
Popplein Nich., (P. & Thomsen,) Madison av
Popplein (Nich.,) & Thomsen, ( John J.,) imprs.
drugs, chemicals, dye stuffs, &c., 184 Balt.
Popps Henry, laborer, 208 s Sharp
Porter Catherine, 164 Aisquith
Porter Chas., china and queensware merchant,
6 Hanover, h 6 s Greene
Porter Chas. L., sheet iron work., 146 s Caroline
Porter Charles, machinist, 16 Concord
Porter Edward D., grocer and tea dealer, 422
Baltimore st., h 28 Pearl
Porter Elizabeth, 348 n Gay
PORTER GEORGE U., sup. Exchange Read-
ing Rooms, and pub. Com. Jour, and Prices
Current, h 122 Pine
Porter Hannah, 26 Granby
Porter Henry, (P. & Fahnestock,) h 100 Albem.
Porter Hugh, stonecutter, Forest st., opposite
Market, h 340 n Gay
Porter James, laborer, 378 Cross
Porter Dr. John B., 677 w Baltimore
Porter James, dealer in millinery goods, 233
Baltimore, h 25 s Paca
Porter John, laborer, 37 Cross

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