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HARVARD 
COLLEGE 
LIBRARY 




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DIRECTORY 



OF TBE 



.CITY OF CHARLESTON, 

FOR THE YEAR 

1852. 

Containing the Names, Occupation, Place of BwdneM & Residence 



OF THE 



INHABITANTS GENERALLY, 



with other inlbmiatioii of general interest. 



PUBLISHED BY J. H. BAGGET. 



^CHARLESTON : 

PRINTED BT EDWARD C. COUNCELL| 

1851 



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EXPLANATION. 



The Name qomes first — Occupation second — Place of 
Business third — Residence last. Where there is but one 
location given it will be understood as both the place of 
business and residence, or residence only, with a few ex- 
ceptions, which will apply themselves to the distinction 
of the reader. 



For Baltimore ! 




Baltimore and Sonthem 
PACKET GO'S LINE 

STEAM-SHIP 

PAI.1IETTO! 

800 Tons Burthen 400 Horse Power. 

The new and splendid Steam-Ship, Palmetto, M. Mc- 
DoNAL»r<^^«*<»*»der, will leajtfi_JNQRTH COMMER- 
CIAL WHARF, TWICE A MONTH. 
For Freight or Passage, having handsome accommoda- 
tions, apply to WM. ALLSTON GOURDIN, 
No. 56 East'Bay. Agent. 

CABIN PASSAGE, $15. STEERAGE, $8. 

S«e hand-bills for Day of Sailing. 

Wm. Allston Grourdin, 



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e 



No. 56 East-Bay, Charleston, S. C, 

i< prepared to make liberal adraneeson contignments of 

RICE, COTTON, CORN, SUGAR, 

Flour, Grain, Hay, &c. 

REFERENCES : 

Charleston.— Menrs. Gotudln, Matthiessen «Ie Co., H. W. Conner, <Seorge A* 

Hopley, AlonxoJ. White, J. R. Bates. Greenville, S. C— Tandy Walker, Esq. 

Baltimore.— Tifbny, Ward it Co. Chattanooga, Tenn.— Chandler, French dc 

Co., W. S. Townsend. Hantsville, Ala.— Cabaniss & Shepherd, J. F. DemoTille. 








CHARLESTON 

AND 

NEW- YORK 

STEAM-PACKETS. 
Leave every SATURDAY AFTERNOON, through in 

SIXTY HOURS. 
New Ste&m-Ship MARION, (1200 toiu,) M. BERRY, Commaader. 

and Steam-Ship SOUTHERNER (1000 tojut,) J. DICKINSON, Commander. 

These splendid Ocean Steamers, having handsome State 
Room accommodations, leave ADGER'S Wharves every 
SATURDAY Afternoon. Travellers by this Line may 

expect every possible comfort and attention. 
For Freight or Passage, apply at the Office of the Agent, 

HENRY MISSROON, 
Corner East-Bay and Adger's Wharf. 

Cabin Passage, $25. Steerage Passage, $8. 

Two new Steam-Sbips will be placed on this route in a abort time, ^dkicb will 

make it a Semi-Weekly Line. 

Philadelphia & At- 
lantic Steam Nayi- 
gation Oo's Line. 

Between Charleston and Philadelphia. 




New Steam-Ship 
and Steam-Ship 



ALBATROSS, Captain DIXON. 

OSPREY, Captain POWERS. 

These splendid Steamers leave Central ERASER'S 
Wharf, every WEDNESDAY. Through in 60 hours. 
Having Fine State Rooms, and every possible atten- 
tion paid to the comfort of passengers, travellers may 
expect, as well as quick despatch, a pleasant and comfort- 
able passage by this Line. 

For Freight or Passage, apply to the Agents, 

JOHN FRASER & Co., or 
HOLMES & STONEY, 

Eraser's Wharf. 

Cabin Passage, $20. Steerage Passage, $8. 
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R POM S. 

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At this Gallery can be seen some of those BEAUTI- 
FUL DAGUERREOTYPES, which have justly secured 
to him the 




AWARDED AT THE TWO LAST FAIRS OF THE 

South-Carolina Institute for 1850-51. 

Every style, every attractive peculiarity the art is capable 
of making, is here adopted, and one style peculiar to 
himself, which has not been approached by any artist in 
the country : it is the flesh tone of coloring, which softens 
the harsher shadows, and tends to make the sitter look 
younger and handsomer than in the usual style. 

For notices of his skill, by good and artistic judges, he 
refers you to the following, from the press : 

" We wauld invite especial attention to the Daguerreotype 
Rooms of Geo. S. Cook, in King, opposite Haseli street, an 
artist who adds the charm of taste and skilful painting to that 
of the Daguerreotype, and produces at once the perfect simil* 
itude and the elegant picture." — Charleston Courier. 

" Cook is indeed an artist ; not one made by mere dint of 
mechanical instruction — but one of fine genius, tasteful con- 
ception, and scientific powers of execution. His pictures are 
indeed admirable in every quality. The tone and finish of 
his likenesses, the peculiar appropriateness of the position 
selected, his just idea of the happy moment of expression in 
the sitter, make them generally the very finest specimens of 
the art." — Charleston Evening News. 

Instructions in the art, and stock of every description 
for sale. 

Booms 235 Eing^ opp. Haseli st.^ 

Over James E. Spear's Jewelry Store. 



WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c. 

Wholesale AMD Retail, 

No. 235 

iKing-St., opposite Hasell,^ 






JAMES E. SPEAR 

Would cati the attention of purchaeers to his extenaive 

assortment, consisting of every article usually kept in his 

line, which will be sold at unusually low prices. 

GOLD WATCHES, 

of Taylor, Roskell, Beesley, Tobias, Harrison, and other celebrated 

makers, in every variety of cases. X9* Abo, Gold L'Epine and Anchor 

Watches, from $35 upwards. S3* Silyer Leyer L'Epine and Verge 

Watches. All of the aboye will be warranted to keep correct time. 



of the latest styles, sach as Necklace, Bracelet, Pin and Ear Rings in setts, 
Diamoad, Ruby, Tarquoise and Garnet Stone Rings ; Seal, Chased, Plain, ana 
Wedding Rings ; Cameo, Stone, Turquoise, Mourning and Mhiiature Brooches ; 
Gold P^ens and Pencils, Specks, Thimbles and Lockets ; Children's Armlets and 
Necklaces; Studs, Collar and Sleeve Buttons. 

SILVER WARE. 

Tea Setts. Pitchers, Wafters, Goblets, Cups, Ladles ; Table, Tea, Dessert, Salt, 
Sugar and Mustard Spoons ; Dinner, Dessert and Pickle Forks; Dessert, Fruit, 
and Fish Knives, of the best quality. DTlr- PLATED WARE.— English plated 
Castors, Cake Baskets, Waiters and Candlesticks, of all sizes ; Spoons, Forks, 
Knives, dec. tC^ SUNDRIES —Swords, Epaulettes, Plumes, Sashes, Belts, 
Buttons, Coral Negligees, Necklaces and Armlets, fine Work Boxes, rich China 
Vases, Fans, Mantle Clocks, Walking Canes, and Jewels. 



For Odd Fellows, Masons, aud Sons of Temperance 



List of the Names, and direction of tlie Streets, 
Lanes, and Alleys, in tlie City. 

ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED. 



Aiken Row numbers 
Alexander do 
America do 
Amherst do 
Ann do 
Anson do 
Archdftlo -- do- 
Ashley do 
Atlantic do 
Battery do 
Bay do 
Beaufain do 
Bedon's Alley do 
Bee do 
Berresford do 
Borgard do 
Broad do 
Bull do 
Burn's Lane do 
Buzards' Alley do 
Brewster 

Cannon do 

Chapel do 

Charlotte do 

Church do 

Clifford do 

Clifford Alley do 

College do 

Columbus do 

Coming do 

Concord do 
Cooper 

Council do 



run from Elizabeth to Meeting 
do Calhoun to Judith 
Judith to Line 
Bay to Nassau 
Elizabeth to King 
Market to Calhoun 
lee n to Beau fain 
Calhoun to Spring 



do 
do 
do 
do 
tie- 
do 
do 



East-Battery to Church 
at the foot East-Bay & King 
do Reid to Columbus 
do King to Ashley River 
do Tradd to Elliot 
do Rutledge to Ashley Riv'r 
do Kmg to Archdale 
do St. Philips to Rutledge 
do E.-Bay to Ashley River 
do Coming to Bennett's M. pond 
do Meeting to King 
do Beaufain to Went worth 
entrance from Coming, w*d 8 
do King to President 
do Wash'ton to Elizabeth 
do Washington to Meeting 
do South-Bay to Pinckney 
do King to Archdale 
do King to Archdale 
do George to Calhoun 
do Bay to King 
do Beaufain to Line 
do Laurens to Calhoun 

North-eastern line of city 
do Ashley River to Tradd 



10 



Cumberland nui 


mbers 


run from 


Doughty 


do 


do 


Drake 


do 


do 


East-Bay 


do 


do 


East-Battery 






Elliott 


do 


do' 


Elizabeth 


do 


do 


Exchange 


do 


do 


Franklin, 


do 


do 


Friend 


do 


do 


Gadsden 


do 


do 


Gadsden Alley 


do 


do 


George 


do 


do 


Gibbs 


do 


do 


Gillon 


do 


do 


Glebe 


do 


do 


Green 


do 


do 


Grseshill 


do 


do 


Guingnard 


do 


do 


Hampden Court 


do 


do 


Hanover 


do 


do 


Hasel 


do 


do 


Hayne 


do 


do 


Henrietta 


do 


do 


Horlbeck Alley 


do 


do 


Hudson 


do 


do 


Inspection 


do 


do 


Jasper's Court 


do 


do 


John 


do 


do 


Judith 


do 


do 


King 


do 


do 


Ladson Court 






Lamboll 


do 


do 


Laurens 


do 


do 


Legare 


do 


do 


Liberty 


do 


do 


Lightwood Alley 


do 


do 


Line 


do 


do 


Linguard 


do 


do 


Lodge Alley 


do 


do 


Logan 


do 


do 


Longitude Lane 


do 


do 


Lynch 


do 


do 



East-Bay to Meeting 
Rutledge to President 
Reid to Cooper 
Battery to Calhoun 
Lower part of East-Bay 
East-Bay to Church 
Calhoun to Mary 
Atlantic whf to East-Bay 
Broad to Magazine 
Tradd to Glueen 
Ceaufain to Bennetts M.P 
Elliott to Broad 
Anson to Coming 
Legare to Ashley River 
Atlantic whf to East-Bay 
Went worth to George 
St. Phillips to Coming 
Ashley River to Tradd 
East-Bay to Anson 
America to Hanover 
South to Line 
East-Bay to King 
Anson to- Meeting 
Elizabeth to Meeting 
Meeting to King 
Meeting to Kmg 
Wharf to East-Bay 
RadclifFe to Marion 
Elizabeth to King 
Alexander to Elizabeth 
South-Bay to Line 
Entrance 23^ Meeting 
King to Legare 
Wharf to Anson 
South-Bay to Tradd 
King to St. Philips 
Church to Meeting 
Cooper riv. to Ashley Riv 
State to Church 
East-Bay to State 
Tradd to Broad 
East-Bay to Church 
Ashley r. to Rennet's m. p 



11 



Marion numbers 


run from 


Mansh 


do 


do 


M'Bride Lane 


do 


do 


Magazine 


do 


do 


Mazyck 


do 


do 


Meeting 


do 


do 


Middle 


do 


do 


Mill 


do 


do 


Minority 


do 


do 


Montague 


do 


do 


Morris 


do 


do 


Mott's Lane- 


do 


do 


Nassau 


do 


do 


New 


do 


do 


Orange 


do 


do 


Paine Court 






Philadelphia 


do 


do 


Pitt 


do 


do 


President 


da 


do 


Price's Alley 


do 


do 


Princess 


do 


do 


Pusly 


do 


do 


Queen 


do 


do 


Kadclifife 


do 


do 


Rafer's Alley 


do 


do 


Reid 


do 


do 


Roper's Court 






Rutledge 


do 


do 


Savage 


do 


do 


Shepherd 


do 


do 


Short 


do 


do 


Sires 


do 


do 


Sires Alley 


do 


do 


Smith 


do 


do 


Smith Lane 


do 


do 


Society 


do 


do 


South 


do 


do 


Spring 


do 


do 


St. Michaels Al 


•ydo 


do 


St. Philips 


do 


do 


Thomas 


do 


do 


Tobacco 


do 


do 


Tradd 


do 


do 


1* 







Jasper's Court to Smith 
Vernon to Calhoun 
King to St. Philips 
Archdale to Franklin 
Broad to Beaufain 
South-Bay to Line 
Vernon to Calhoun 
Rutledge to Lucas* Mill 
East-Bay to Wall 
Coming to Ashley liver 
King to Coming 
Pinckney to Anson 
Mary to Line 
Tradd to Broad 
Tradd to Broad 
Entrance Coming, w'd 8 
Clueen to Cumberland 
Beaufain to Vanderhorst 
Doughty to Spring 
Meeting to King 
King to Archdale 
Spring to Line 
East-Bay to Rutledge 
King to Rutledge 
Market toGuingnard 
Bay to King 
Entrance 44^ Meeting 
Broad to Line 
Tradd to Broad 
King to Coming 
Mazyck to Franklin 
Spring to Borgard 
Line to Shepherd 
Queen to Cannon 
Meeting to King 
East-Bay to King 
Hanover to Nassau 
Meeting to Ashley river 
Church to Meeting 
Beaufain to Line 
Vanderhorst to Radclifie 
Citadel square to King 
East-Bay to Ashley river 



12 



Unity Alley numbers run from 



Vernon 


do 


do 


Wall 


do 


do 


Warren 


do 


do 


Water 


do 


do 


Wentworth 


do 


do 


West 


do 


do 


Wharf 


do 


do 


Williams Row 


do 


do 


Wilson 


do 


do 


Woolfe 


do 


do 


Wragg Square 







East-Bay to State 
Wharf to East Bay 
Laurens to Calhoun 
King to Smith 
East-Battery to Meeting 
East.Bay to Gadsden 
Archdale to Mazyck 
Laurens to Calhoun 
Meeting to R. R. Track 
Magazine to Beaufain 
Nassau to king 
Entrance Meeting, w'd 5 



WHARVES. 

The Wharfs are divided from the Streets by East-Bay ^ and 
commence at East-Battery , and come in thefollovnng order: 
Southern Wharf, Commercial Wharves, Vanderhorst 
Wharf, Adger's Wharves, Boyce & Co*s Wharf, Atlantic 
Wharves, De wees' Wharf, Brown's Wharf, Accommo- 
dation Wharf, Frasefs Wharves, Fitzsimons' Wharves 
Market Wharf, Dry Dock Wharf, Union Wharves, 
Marsh's Wharf, Palmetto Wharf, Patton's Wharf, Ben- 
netts' Wharf, Wilmipgton Steam Packet Wharf, Kirk- 
wood & Knox's Wharf, A'cLaren's Wharf, Addison & 
M'Intosh's Wharf, Smith's Wharf, Dereef 's Wharf. 



WARDS. 

There are Eight Wards in the City, 

The four Lower Wards are divided from the Upper by 
Calhoun Street ; these are divided by Glueen Street one 
way, and by Meeting Street the other way. The four 
Upper Wards are divided by Amherst, Wolfe, and Can- 
non Streets one way, and by King Street the other way. 

By looking at the direction of the Streets, the Wards 
may easily be distinguished. 



DIRECTORY. 



A. 

Abbott, George, paint, oil and lamp dealer, 97 East-bay 
" Mrs. milliner and dress maker, 43 Wentworth 
Abrahams, tailor, 39 Archdale 
<' Elias, 94 ftueen 

" A. H., merchant, 38 State 

" J. J., silk dyer and scourer, 15 St. Philips 

Abrams, Abram, machinist, 30 Tradd 

" Alex, factor, De wee's whf, 33 St. Philip 
Adams, E. L. factor, Adger's whf, cor. Smith and Bull 
« Mrs. 120 King 
« Alex, clerk, 220 King 
" W. S. bricklayer and stove dealer, 34 Broad, 82 

Wentworth 
** A. seaman, 1 1 Middle 
Addison & Mcintosh, ship builders, Marshal whf 
^< J. S. ship builder, Marshal whf, 26 Marsh 
** George, watchmaker, 185 East-bay 
** James, wood factor, 9 South-bay, 15 So.-bay 
** Wm. mechanic, 26 Beaufain 
" John, ship carpenter, St. Philip, ward 6 
« Alex St. Philip, ward 6 
Adger, Jas. & Co. cotton merchants, Adger's whf 
<< Jas. cotton merchant, Adger's whf, King, ward 7 
(I Rob't '< « " « 

« Jas. jr. " " " « 

<^ W. & J. E. hardware dealers, 54 East bay 
^' W. hardware dealer, 54 East-bay, Charlotte 
« J. E. *< '« " 200 East-bay 

** J. R. pastor Anson st. Church, 247 East-bay 
Adicks, John, bootmaker. King, ward 5 
Adkins, S. pilot, 57 East-bay 
Adsden, Martha, 52 Coming 

3 



Affanassief{e, D. paint dealer, 37 Coming^ 
Agrill, Mrs. S., Calhoun 
Agnew, James, wheelwright, King, Reid 
Ahrens, C. D. grocer, 165 King 
« John, clerk, 19 Wall 
" Henry, clerk, 57 Coming 
Aiken, Wm. planter, Edisto 1., cor. Elizabeth and Judith 
^ J. D. attorney, St. Michael's alley, cor. Charlotte 
And Alex. 
Aimar, C. P. accountant, 244 King, 30 Archdale 

« G. W. clerk, 3 1 Broad, 30 Archdale 
Ainger, Mrs. E., 39 Tradd 
Albergotti, T. E. 48 Church 

« W. clerk. Meeting, 48 Church 

«* T. W. confectioner, 366 King 

Albers, Frederick, drayman, Wolfe 
Alburn, John, clerk, 66 Beaufain 
Albright, Mrs. midwife, 27 Anson 
**^ G. tailor, 37 Queen 
" N. grocer, 19 South-bay 
Alderson, J. F. door, sash and blind maker, Council, cor. 

Council and Tradd 
Alexander, Thomas, 12 Fast-bay 

« G. H. T. clerk, 30 East-bay, 19 State 

« R N. clerk, 25 Vendue range, 48 Bull 

<< Sam'l, harbor master, 89 East-bay, cor. Bull 

and Lynch 
** H. D. clerk Union Bank, 106 Church 

" S. rigger, 45 King 

« J. physician, Calhoun, ward 5 

*• J. D. clerk and notary Ba»k S. of S. C., CaP 

hmm, ward 6 
** Mr*. H., Calhoun, ward 5 

Alfs, G. castor ot\ manuf. King, ward 5 
Allan, Alex, carpenter^ Rutledge, ward 8 
« Mrs. milliner, «< « 

AllasoD, Thos. saddler and harness dealer, 293 King 
Allemong, A. A. attorney, 17 Broad, 61 Meeting 
Allen, T. P. bookseller and stationer, 1 16 Meeting, 5 Soc'y 
Allerd, Thos. clerk, 28a King 
Allers, C. grocer, Calhoun, ward 5 
Alley, J. B. P. cabinet maker, 62 dueeay 80 King 
Allisoni G. bootmaker, 87 Chureh 



Alston, R. A. clerk, 143 Meeting, Commercial lHoiei 
<< Charles, planter at Waccamaw, 15 East-battery 
«< Mrs. C. 7 East Battery 
" Wm. planter at Waccamaw, Ashley 
" Catharine, 20 Burns lane 
Ambler, D. A. hatter, 161 Meeting, Charleston Hotel 
Amell, A. M., pro. Saflors' Home, 8 Market 
Amlox, bootmaker, 38 Clueen 
Amme, H. tailor, 17 Ctueen 

" D. A. gjrocer, 22 St. Philip 
Ancrum, Hasell, planter, \'ary 
Anderson, A. T. accountant, 64 East-bay, 236 King 

'' Rob't, accountant, 20 Cumberland, 48 Meeting 
" A. tavern keeper, 30 State 
'* W. H. physician, 13 Hasell, 22 Society 
<< Daniel, coachmaker, Jaspei^s corner 
" A. C. clerk, cor. King and Market, Yictoria Htl 
^ A L. clerk, I Hayne, Meeting 
Andrews, J. J, J. clerk, 24 Vendue range, cor. Society and 
Meeting 
«* A. O. factor, 27 Hasell 
Angel, Mrs. R. private boarding, Carolina Hotel 
Angele, Jas. fruiter, 4 Guingard 
Angres, John, tailor^ 99| East-bay 
Angus, John, miikseller, Nassau 

*' Thomas C. butcher, Nassau 
Annely, Miss A. M. 8 Rutledge 

« Miss A. L. « 
Ansell, H. L. clerk, 110 East-bay, 279 King 
" John, ca'binet maker, 296 King 

Anthony, Mrs. J., King, ward 5 

Apela, D. grocer, cor. King and Reid 

Apeler, J. F. grocer, Chapel 

Apler, cabinet maker, 4 Beaufain 

Archer, Benjamin, coach trimmer, 47 St. Philip 

Arlay, James, America 

Armstrona:, W. G. accountant Bennett's mills, Charlotte 
*' ^ D.F. clerk, 155 East-bay, Charlotte 
" J. A. clerk, 133 Meeting, Market 

" James, clerk, 35 Hayne, Market 

" William, clerk, 35 Hayne, Market . 

-** A. D, clerk, 31 Hayne, Wentworth 



Annstrong, L. saddler, 47 Coming 

•< A. clerk, Hayne, 17 Middle 

Arms, Miss, 18 George 

Arnau, Michael, blacksmith, Calhoun, Washington 
Arner, J. J. clerk, 238 King, 102 Church 
Arnold, Thos. printer, 66 Queen 

'* F. bootmaker, 100 Meeting . 
" John, stone cutter, 1 1 Tradd 
^ R. blacksmith, 129 Church, 7 College 
« Mrs. L. 15 Smith 
Amot, William, painter, 29 Broad 
Arnholder, William, gas fitter, 16Beaufain 
Artman, John, coach maker, 5 Archdale 
Artope, Q. P sup*t Bennett's mills, Bennett's mills 
Ashbj, L. P. printer, 159 King 

<< Mrs. H. private boarding, 43 East-bay 

^ Mrs. E. dressmaker, 159 King 

« Miss A. 2 West 
Ashe, Col. John S. 23 Meeting 
Ash, H. hatter, 149 King 
Ashton, William, watchmaker, 210 King 
Aspinwall, Albert, tailor, Henrietta 
Astle, George, milkseller, 84 King 
Atkinson, C. com. mcht, 2 Central whf, Mansion House 

** Thomas, Coming 
Aubert & Soyer, confectioners, 285 King 
Aubert, L. M. confectioner, 285 King 
Austin, Robert, broker, 10 State, Planters' Hotel 
Aveilhe, P. A. com. merchant, 171 East-bay, George 
Avery, L. accountant, 157 Meeting, Victoria Hotel 
Awls, Misses, 8 George 
AzsoDi W. J. clerk. Commercial whf, 17 Meeting 

« J. W. clerk, 35 Hayne, 17 Meeting 

" H. T clerk, 24 Hayne, 17 Meeting 

" C. H. magistrate, 63 Broad, 6 King 

« Mrs. A 33 King 

« S. E. ship carpenter, 33 King 

B. 

Babcock, W. R bookseller and stationer, 259 King, Plant- 
ers' Hotel 
^ W. H. medical student, Planters' Hotel 



Babcock, T. C. clerk, 259 King, 236 King 

BabsoD, Mrs. 55 State 

Backes, F. watchmaker, 82 Meeting 

Bacot,R. W. factor, 13 Southern whf,cor. King and Tradd 
« Mrs. T, W , cor. King and Tradd 
*• R D. clerk, 26 Easl-bav, 61 Coming 

Bacon, J. C. S. clerk, 192 King, 159 King 
« J W. painter, 159 Kinff 

Backus, F. & Co. dry goods, 192 King 
" F. dry goods, 192 King 

Bachman, J. pastor Lutheran church, Rutledge, ward 6 

Badger, Mrs. Mary, 116 King 

Baden hoys, H. clerk, Rutledge and Spring 

Baer, Charles, bathing house, 63 Church 

Bagget, J. H. publisher City Directory, Merchants' Hotd 

Bahntege, H. grocer, 76 Church 

*' F. W. grocer, cor. Calhoun and Alexander 

Bailey, S. M. clerk, cor. East-bay and Commercial wh^ 
" J. A grocer, 98 East-bay, Planters' Hotel 
" J. G. clerk, 219 King, Merchants Hotel 
" David, attorney, 77 Broad, Hudson 
^ Samuel, seaman, Bedonls alley 
■** Gerard, 50 Meeting 
« Mrs. M. 49 Calhoun 
*^ R. S., physician, Hudson 

Bailing, Mrs., Wragg square 

Bakeman, J. C. grist miller. Market, St. Philip, ward6 

Baker, H. Marned, commissioner of deeds, 281 King 
^ H. F. packet agent and coal dealer, 120 E«-bay4 

49 Smith 
" H. Hern, clerk, 181 Eastnbay, LamboU 
" T. E. tavern keeper, Market and Meeting, King 
" E. B. clerk. 159 Meeting, 94 Tradd 
•** B. E. clerk, 42 East-bay, 20 King 
" Robert, planter, 249 King 
^ R. B. planter, Ashley river, 8 Lamboll 
" R. S. pastor St. Mary's Church, 62 Wentwortk 
* E. B. engineer, King, ward 6 
** F. A. pla&tercr, Comiqg 

(Ball, Isaac, 30 Societx^ 
« Mrs. E. 25 Lynch 
" John, planter, Cooper river, cor. Vernon and E.-baj 

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Ballard, Joseph, acc<Hintant, Standard office, 75 King 

** John, carpenter, Hanover 
Bancroft, Goodwin & Dawson, com. mer. 94 tc 96 E.-baj 

<< J. &> Co. com. merchants, 94 and 96 East-bay 

*' James jr. " 15 Coming 

« James, « " 

« Ed. « « 

« E. W. dry goods, 143 Meeting, Charleston Htl 
• « W. G. dry goods, 253 and 255 King, ** 

« J. K. clerk, 253 and 255 King, « 

Banks, H, ft. dry goods, 41 Hayne, 75 Wcntworth 
<* W . L. clerk, 41 Hayne, 9 Short 
« Mrs. H. L. 9 Short 
Barber, F. C. broker, 116 Church 
Barbot, A. commission merchant, 41 East Bay 

" P. G. accountant, Commercial whf, 41 East-bay 

« L. J. clerk, 46 Broad, 41 East-bay 

** A. A. engineer, " " 

ct A.O. *' u « 

< C. D. clerk, 4 Broad, « '< 

^ A. jr. engineer, " " 

Barfield, J. S. clerk, 235 King, 9 Franklin 
Bargman, P. grocer, Rutledge 
Barh, L. N. com. mer. Adge?s whf, America 
Barker & Ward law, factors and com. mer. Atlantic whf 

" S. G. factor and comission merchant, Atlantic whf, 
COT. Glebe and Wentworlh 

« Theodore, 70 Wentworlh 

« Mrs fl. C. 20 Coming 
Barksdale, Miss M 18 Hasell 
Barnet, Juliet, xMazyck 
Barns, Thos railroad conductcr, Columbus 

" Jas. butcher, John 
Barnwell, Ed. jr. factor, 3 Southern whf, cor. Meeting and 
Price's alley 

*< Nathaniel, factor, 19 Vanderhorst whf, 43 E Bay 

** J L clerk, cor King and Market, Mazyck 

it B S '* '' '' " 

' ** Wm pastor St Peter's church 

Barrader, Jos railroad engineer, 14 Beaufain 
Barre, John, spirits dealer, 23 Market, 24 George 
Barrette, R clerk, 177 King, 76 King 
Barren, Jos carpenter, 37 Montague 
Barron, Jos wheelwright, Calhoun, ward 5 



Barron, Francis, carpenter, 5 Montague 

Barrot, Jacob, planter, Drake 

Barrow, David, clerk, 16 East-bay, 2 Magazine 

Barrows, J E carpenter, 26 Mazyck 

Barrj, John, dry goods. King, ward 6 

Bartels, Wm tailor, 18 Calhoun 

Earth, WHO clerk 1 09 East-bay, 7 Liberty 

Bartless, W H com mer, 4 Vendue range, Spring 

Bartlett, F C boots and shoes, 283 King, C oming, ward 6 

*' Wm, America 

** Rev J L teacher, 77 Wentworth 
Barton, A J clerk, 89 Beaufain, 1 16 Wentworth 

" J physician 54 Tradd 
Basset, O printer, 38 Coming 
Basis, J A clerk, 135 Meeting, Commercial Hotel 

" Margaret, Coming, ward 6 
Bascon, Gl upholsterer. Coming, ward 6 
Bates, J R cl«rk 135 Meeting, Merchants' Hotel 

'< Edwiri, clothier 118 Meeting, Pavilion Hoiel 

" E engineer, 72 Church 

^ Miss M teacher, 14 Church 

" Miss J teacher, 14 Church 
Battersby, Jos com mer, Adger's whf 
Batchelder, J pile driver 147 East-bay, King 
Baum, J A accountant 286 King 

" J P leather and findings 286 King 
Baussang, Francis fruiter, 78 King 
Baxtell, Mrs R R 12 Church 
Baxter Mrs, King, ward 6 
Beach, W H fancy goods 19 Hayne, Charleston Hotel 

" J S bookseller and stationer 5 Hayne, Bee 

" EM grain, dealer cor East-bay and Commercial 
whf, Meeting 
Beamer, Charlotte, St Philip, ward 6 
Beattie, Mrs Ann, Cannon 
Beaufort, A bootmaker 94 Meeting 
Beaudrot, Jos gunsmith 45 State, 1 Cumberland 
Beazley, W B dry goods 349 King 
Becher, F H accountant, 14 Liberty 
Beckett, W L clerk 253 King, 49 Beaufain 
Beckman, C J grist miller 61 Market, St Philip 
« J C " " John 

" JO clerk, Calhoun, ward 6 



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Beckman, A, Cocning 

*' J F attorney Ct House square, Calhoun, wd 6 
<' John laborer, Rutledge, ward 8 
^ Charles clerk railroad, Radclif» 
Bee, W C factor 13 Southern whf, 108 Tradd 

" J P wharfinger 6 Southern whf, 4 Orange 

^^ R R cooper Adger's whf, cor Legare and S-baj 

« G W clerk 76 East bay, 8 Beaufain 

^ J R ship chandler 123 East-bay, 8 Beaufain 

« W H sea captain, 33 King 

'< J M collector and notary State Bank, 8 Beaufain 

*' J B out-door clerk State Bank, 8 Beaufain 

** Henry laborer, King, ward 6 

" Mrs J, Rutledge, ward 6 

** Wm finisher, Rutledge, ward 6 

" Benjamin fiiiiisher, Rutledge, ward 6 

<' Richard blacksmith, Rutledge, ward 6 

'^ J J carpenter, Cannon 

(< 6l Tylee, ship chandlers 123 East-bay 
Beesley, John tailor. King 

<' James tavern keeper 20 Clueea 
Behan, Thomas gardener, Spring 
Behling, E F tavern keeper, cor Elliott and East-bay 
Behrans, F W tailor, 93 King 
Behre, H grocer cor St Philip and Warren 

^ Henry shopkeeper, Radclifife 
Beisner, H gri^cer 66 Beaufain 
Bekotter, W bootmaker 73 Meeting, 28 Market 
Belin, A H planter Georgetown district, 93 Broad 
Belitzer, J clothier 265 King 
Bell, J L cooper cor E-bay and Boyce% whf, 7i Meeting 

^' Wm planter St Thomas parish, 38 Society 

** Wm pilot, 73 East-bay 

« Samuel pilot, 67 Tradd 

'^ David accountant Merchants' Hotel, 6 Broad ' 

^ Sarah dressmaker, 2 Green 
Bellinger, John physician, 1 1 College 

" Mrs H, IQ Bull 
Belser, Mrs L, 20 Friend 
Benford, Mary J, Sprteg 
Benjamin, S A clothier under American Hotd 
Bennett, W J rice mill East-bay, 28 Montague 
^ J B printer, 109 Church 



Benii€tt, C G printer, 109 Church 

'* J S K assistant teller Union Bank, Charlotte 

" S Plumber measurer, 98 Beaufain 

" E S physician 23 Rutledge 

" Thomas, steam saw mill west end Calhoun 

" T B superintendant saw mills, Calhoun 
Bensch, Charles tav-em keeper 143 King 
Bense, John laborer, Anson 
Benson, W G auctioneer, Morris 
Ben than, Emeline pastry cook^ 49 St Philip 
Bentschner, J clerk 265 King 
Bergman, A trader. Spring 
Berlin & Nathans, grocers King, ward 6 

" R grocer King, ward 6, King, ward 5 
Bernard, A W planter Combahee, 6 Legare 

'' Mrs C milliner 257 King 
Berrie, C J clerk 300 King, 65 King 
Berry, Thomas clerk 143 East-bay, 47 Calhoun 

" Francis clerk 18 Broad, 47 Calhoun 

'' MrsM, 47 Calhoun 

" M steamship captain, 127 King 
Bessent, A W clerk 246 King, cor Meeting and Msurket 
Betsel, J M coachmaker, Cumberland 
Bettison, Elizabeth, 15 Mazyck 
Betts, W H hardware 80 East bay 

" J B fancy goods 135 Meeting, 21 Cumberland 

" EC clerk 155 Meeting, 21 Cumberland 

'* Charles presiding elder, Calhoun, ward 6 
Beverson, J G clerk 13 Beaufain, 11 Beaufain 
Beylot, Francis cook, Nassau 
Bia, H clerk 25 Broad, 99^ East bay 
Biance, A bootmaker 57 Church 
Bicaise, B P gunsmith 50 State 

" P P gunsmith 50 State 

" Mrs Ann private boarding 225 East-bay 

'' M Ann mantuamaker, Calhoun, ward 5 
Bickley,John planter, Vanderhorst 

" J C clerk 68 East-bay, Vanderhorst 
Billings. Mrs J, Williams row 
Bilton, George tailor, 9 Tradd 
Bing, Gordon carter, Coming, ward 6 

" Robert tailor, Morris 

** John tailor, Morris 



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Bingley, C W 253 East-bay 

" D P clerk 41 Hayne, 253 East-ljay 
Binns, John proprietor of drays, Hanover 
Birch, Mrs C A, 12 Coming 
Bird, J S & Co, fancy and military goods, 225 King 

" J S fancy and military goods, 225 King 

" C H clerk 225 King, 16 Coming 

'» Wm ship builder 23 South-bay, 100 Wentworth 

^ Cooper wood factor Bennett's mill, 100 Wentworth 

" Wm jr ship carpenter, 100 Wentworth 
Biren, J K cooper, Elizabeth 
Birnie& Pgilvie, hardware 21 Broad 

" Wm president Bank S C, Smith 
Bisohoff, H grocer 55 East-bay 
" A grocer 163 East-bay 
*' J grocer 5 King 
Bishop, Henry clerk, 50 St Philip 
Bisken, H clerk, 80 Beaufaifi 
Eissell, J B clerk 147 Meetimg, 36 Wentworth 

" T L clerk 155 Meeting, 36 Wentworth 
Bize, R B farmer, Wolfe 
Black, F C com merchant 11 Exchange, 41 Wentworth 

" S C clerk 11 Exchange, 41 Wentworth 

^ AW notary public 91 East-bay, 11 Savage 
- ^ E J clerk 9 1 East-bay, Clueen 

" Mrs S shopkeeper 41 King 

» Mrs D baker 189 King 

" A F wood factor Southern whf, 9 Savage 

'" G W mason, 29 Society 

»' Thomas, 29 Society 
Blacklock, J F factor cor E-bay and Yanderhorst's whf, 

4 Bull 
Blac'kman, Joseph druggist 17 Broad, 22 Beaufain 
'' Jamee elerk jaikoad, 22 Beaufain 

" Mrs S, 22 Beaufain 

Blackwood, J C clerk Brown*s whf, 8 Montague 

'* B G clerk 54 East-bay, CJoramercial Hotel 

^ MrsH, 28 Pitt 

Bladen, B plasterer, 30 Tradd 
Blain, J E A clerk Atlantic whf, 120 Queen 

" Mrs N T teacher, 120 Queen 
Blair, Mrs teacher, Meetinsr, ward 5 

" W McN clerk 151 East bay, Meeting, ward 5 



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Blake, J A clerk 76 East-bay, 10 Water 
" Peter porter 181 East-bay 
" H C clerk cor King and Market, 236 Kiiag 
^ Ed assistant clerk Bank si C, 10 Water 
" Mrs J, cor Thonaas and Warren 
" John carpenter, Calhoun, ward 5 
Blanchild, S carpenter, Coming, ward 5 

" Ed carpenter, Radcliffe 
Bland, James carpenter, Henrietta 
i^ Blanding, W attorney 34 Broad, 2 Logan 
" O attorney 1 1 Broad, 2 Logan 
" Mrs, 2 Logan 
Blank, Wm carpenter, 6 Middle 

*' Mary mantuamaker, Coming, ward 6 
Blanmyer, Wm planter St John's parish, 273 East-bay 
Bliss, TW tinner 109 Meeting, 11 Horlbeck alley 
Biohme, J grocer 66 Meeting 
Blondo, E, 70 Anson 
Bloom, H confectioner 16 King . 
Blueto, John constable, 8 Orange 
kBlum & Cobia, auction and com merch 26 Vendue range 

V " J Charles auo and com 26 Vendue range, 6 Beaufn 

V » F C lumber factor 98 Beaufain, St Philip, ward 6 

V " J Andrew leacher, Mary 

Blya, Patrick dry goods, King, ward 5 
^BJyding, accountant 26 Hayne, cor Market and King 
I Boag, C L clerk 24 Vendue range, 24 Qeorge 
I " T G ckrk Atlantic whf, 24 George 
I Bobbs, Elizur, Henrietta 
' Bocken, H grocer 59- Market 
j Boerin, Mary 81 Weatwortb 

Boerro, E fruiter 60 Market 

Boesch, J U coppersmith 18 Market 

" N, French dyer 89 King 
Bog'gs, Robert clerk 25 Hayne, 236 King 
I Boblts, Mrs M grocer 24 Archdale 
Boils, H L teacher Wentworth, 23 Pincknej 
Boinest, Mrs M 46 Clueen 
Bolger^ H H cabinet maker. King, ward 5 
" T W harness maker, King, ward 5 

Boll, A M, Spring 

Bolles, J H clerk 25 1 King, 249 King 
BoUmaD, B clerk 16 Vendue range, 1 Horlbeck alley 



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BoUman, D 22 St Philip 

" H grocer 320 King 
Bolzhoz, Theodore moulder, 20 Middle 
Bomar, proprietor Commercial Hotel cor Gtueen and Ghcb 
Boncheneau, C bond and register clerk custom house 
Bonck, Henry nurse hospital, poor house 
Bonfield, L bootmaker 102 Queen 
BoBoeau & Mazyck, shipping mchts 7 Boyce & Go's wbf 

^* FN shipping merchant 7 Boyce & Go's whf, 106 
Tradd 

'» Miss M 5 Friend 

** Miss A 5 Fiiend 

" Miss E 5 Friend 
: Bonnell, Thomas com mcht 13 Exchange, 6 Atlantic 

" Jacob wheelwright, 6 Atlantic 

" John 6 Atlantic 
J ** John iron mcht Boyce & Go's whf, 84 Wenlworth 
Bonner, John carpenter 302 King 
Bonnoit, J F clerk 259 King, cor King and Galhoun 
Bonymaster, 58 Meeting 
Boome, J S attorney 20 Broad, 10 Middle 
Boon, W J bricklayer, Bee 
Boothe, Wm 10 Magazine 

Bordenave, John tobacconist 103 East-bay, 28 Middle I 
Boring, W H tobacconist, King, ward 7 
Borneman, F engraver, 271 King 
Bose, Peter clerk 19!2 King 
Bostwick, Ed attorney 9 Broad, 13 South-bay 
Bouge, Mrs E 38 George 
Boullan, Peter 1 18 King 
Bonnetheau, E W magistrate 34 Broad 
Bours, T B dry goods 40 East bay, 41 Ghurch 
Bouse, John carpenter, Paine court 
Bowen, Mrs M 24 South-bay 
Bowers, J A, Line 

Bowie, J S & L dry goods 122 Meeting 
" J S dry goods 122 Meeting, 22 Hasell 
" L dry goods 122 Meeting, 13 Hasell 
" Robert clerk 122 Meeting, 22 Hasell 
" J Sheridan clerk 122 Meeting, 22 Hasell 
Bowls, A 65 Galhoun 

Bowman, G A accountant 30 Broad, 3 Franklin 
»' Mrs E L 30 Pitt 



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Bowman, mrs M, 30 pitt st 

Bowrie, H J bootmaker 25 beaufain st, 85 wentworth st 

Boyce, John drajman, ann st 

" Jerome drayman, 63 anson st 
Bojling, Patrick laborer, 24 tradd st 
Boylan, P clerk cor meeting and market sts 
Boylston, H physician, king st, ward 5 

" J R dry goods I hayne st, king st, ward 5 

" H jr clerk 1 hayne st, king st, ward 5 

Bradford, W blacksmith gillon st, vernon st 
^' " & Patton, fac and com, accommodation whf 

" J B fac and com, accom'n whf, huntsville, ala 
Brady, John clerk brown's whf, 122 church st 
" Patrick wood factor smith's whf, church st 
" Patrick dry goods 74 king st 
" F grist mill 17 bull st, 12 archdale st 
" mrs E, 11 calhoun st 
" mrs C, 11 calhoun st 
" mrs M, 11 calhoun st 
Bradley, C P farmer, sires st 

*' r C tavern keeper four mile house, sires st 
Braid man, Henry laborer meeting st, ward 7 
Brailsford, J M physician 37 east-bay, 15 church st 
*' R M physician, cannon st 
'* mrs, cannon st 

" W R com merchant 4 gillon st, 1 orange st 
Branch, J L clerk 1 16 east-bay, broad st 
Brandes, Peter pussly st 
Branan, Thomas drayman 13 marsh st 
Branford, C G coachmaker mary st 
Brant, C W ship carpenter 2 Washington st 
" H F confectioner 299 king st 
" Thomas mechanic 92 anson st 
Brawley, J H dry goods 181 east-bay 

'' J M clerk 181 east-bay, 256 king st 
Bredenberg, J H grocer 87 kingst 

" C F grocer cor calhoun and st philip sts 

Breeden, Benjamin grocer cor coming and cannon sts 
Breen, Michael finisher, meeting st, ward 5 
Breese, W C teller bank south Carolina, 3 maiden lane 
Brenon, Luke guardman 73 king st 
Brener, Wm grocer cor cannon and smith sts 
Bresnan, J T clerk king st, 5 liberty st 

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Brett, James contractor, radcli£fe at 

Breiver, mrs M & liberty st 

Brewster, C R attorney 65 meeting st, vanderborst st 

Bridges, John sea captain, 5 state st 

Briggs, David planter, 86 tradd st 

Bright, James cooper 211 east-bay, calhoun st 

Brigcoft, A bootmaker 1 19 king st 

Brisbane, Wm planter, 20 pilt st 

" AH professor of belles lettres citadel academy 

Brisinden, H J professor of music 99 wentworth st 

BristoU, W B boots and shoes 228 king st 
*\ T M boots and shoes 232 king st 
" J D clerk 232 king st 
" J A clerk 228 king st 
•* mrs E private boarding 9 horlbeck alley 
" A tailor, 9 horlbeck alley 

Britton, mrs H shopkeeper 44 king st 
" R A printer, 44 king st 
" C printer, meeting st 

Broadfordy David upholsterer 120 king st 
" John bootmaker 120 king st 
" Frances 5 tradd st 

Brock, H C clerk 220 king st 

Brodie, Robert lumber factor broad st, 158 east-bay 
" J W lumber factor broad st, 115 queen st 
" E clerk broad st, merchants' hotel 
" J K clerk cor vanderhorst and st philip sts 
*' Furman clerk cor vanderhorst and st philip 8t» 
" R H planter at goose creek, 45 coming st 
^ Thomas tailor 21 calhoun st 

Brookbanks, W gasfitter 6 liberty st 

Broom, James wharfrnger atlantic whf 

Brown, R E factor southern whf, 43 church st 

- *' Robert factor southern whf. 43 church st 
'' Robert & co, factors southern whf 
*' G W com mer brown's whf, 8 montague st 
" James public weigher market st, 4 beaufain 
" & Strobel, ship grocers 147 east-bay 
" J W ship grocer 1 47 east-bay, 2 george st 
^ A McD accountant 153 east-bay, 8 glebe st 
" T butcher, 87 market st 
^ J clerk cor king and market sts, king st 
^ & Stone, crockery 147 meeting st 
" B F crockery 147 meeting st, 154 meeting st 



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Brown, G H clerk 147 meeting st, corner beaufain and si 
philip su 

" J P clerk 1 47 meeting st, coming st, ward 6 

^' E T clerk 1 16 meeting st, 49 anson st 

" '' EG fancy goods 26 hayne st, Charleston hotel 

^ i M planter, 43 <5hurch st 

^* J W clerk southern whf, 106 church st 

" T barber 61 church st, mary st 

^' George grocer 47 broad st 

^' AS clerk 232 king st 

" A L watchmaker 236 king st 

" G B clerk 248 king st, 2 society «t 

^' J B engineer, 2 society st 

" R McO clerk 231 king st, 26 coming st 

" H N clerk 243 king st, 26 coming st 

* George clerk 253 king st, queen st 

" J caps 317 king st 

»» A P attorney 30 broad st 

" AH attorney 30 broad st, greenhill st 

^' Wm 41 traddst 

" W S dentist 49 anson st 

*• J K planter at goose creek, 49 anson st 

" C P teacher archdale st, 49 anson st 

" John sawyer 2 Philadelphia st 

"*• Charles coffee shop 9 queen st 

*' mrs M 9 Clifford st 

^ mrs J private boarding 4 beaufain st 

^ Sarah 14 magazine st 

*" mrs A 39 society st 

'' mrs C 26 coming st 

'^ Scott carpenter 24 coming st 

" E W builder and contractor 6 <5oming fit 

" mrs M 23 coming st 

" mrs S 17 pitt st 

i» WW carpenter cor meeting and mary sts 

^^ Malcolm bootmaker st philip st, ward 6 

" mrs M seamstress coming st, ward 6 

" J D supt public seminary ruiledge st, ward 8 

*' John clerk railroad, vanderhorst st 

^ P W tinner, h an over st 
Browne, R G grain dealer corner east-bay and commercial 

whf, 41 tiadd st 
Brownell, mrs M J 136 queen st 



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Browniog) A F dry goods cor king and market sts, 3 pitt st 
" C H clerk cor king and market sts, 13 bull st 
" mrsHlSbulUt 
Brownfield, J W planter in sumter district, 26 magazine st 
Brosna, D tavern keeper market st 
Broughton, W W clerk 253 king st, 49 beaufain st 
" AT clerk post office, 8 new st 

** mrs M 37 society st 

" mrs M 51 wenlworth st 

Bruggeman, H bootmaker 333 kingst 
Brugman, Peter dentist 14 smith st 
Brunkards, Wm mechanic 59 tradd st 
BrunSj H M teacher high school, 11 pitt st 

" N scissors grinder 58 state st 

" H grocer 55 anson st 

" R T accountant central whf, corner wentwcrth and 
pitt sts 
Brunson, C H grocer rutledge st 
Brush, D clerk cor meeting and wolf sts 
Bryan, T A factor and com mer 3 boyce's whf, 65 broad st 

" G S attorney 26 broad st, 27 church st 

" Jonathan paying teller planters and mechanics bank 

*' J M hardware dealer 349 king st 

" John custom house officer, bee st 

" E B legare st 
Buchanan, C tailor 1 queen 
Buck, Henry baker 4 wall st 
Buckelhoflf, grocer 89 queen st 
Buckholder, J laborer, williams row 
Bucking, J H painter, williams row 
Buckley, J merchant tailor 82 meeting st 
Buckner, A F mason 86 queen st 
Bucklin, John laborer, 1 Washington st 
Budd, T G commission merchant 76east-bay, 21 ansoa st 
Buhre, J F grocer cor anson and america sts 

'' D tavera keeper line st 
Buist, C B attorney, rear court house 

'' G & H attorneys, st michaers alley 

" G attorney st michael's alley, 3 rutledge st 

*' H attorney st michaePs alley, 3 rutledge st 
Bullj £ coppersmith cor east-bay and market sts, cor east- 
bay and williams* whf 

^ W Izard planter in st andxew^s parish^ 100 broad si 



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Bui winkle, F grocer 101 church st 

*' John grocer 2 king st 

Bui winkle, D grocer 105 queen st 
^' H 31 coming st 

" H grocer cor charlotte and elizabeth sts 

" D grocer cor ann and elizabeth sts 

" D grocer cor nasaau and mary sts 

Bulow, T L planter in &t andrew's par, cor cannon fe king 
Burch, R T clerk 18 broad st, 49 east-bay 
t Burckmyer & Moffet, com merchants 78 east bay 
*» JC com mer 78 east-bay, 22 society st 

" J Q clerk 78 east-bay, 22 society st 

^* C Loom mer 14 hayne, 13 coming 

" J A com mer 98 east-bay, 13 coming 

Burdell, T S clerk atlantic whf, chapel st 
'* T J clerk 306 king st, 9 franklin st 
" F M clerk railroad, calhoun st, ward 6 
" Robert mechanic, chapel st 
" mrs E chapel st 
ix Buxger, S J clothier 273 king st, 63 beaufain st 
Burgess, J S printer, 1 1 new st 

" SE 11 new st 
Burie, J printer, 23 anson st 

Burke, Samuel boat-builder market wh£, 33 wall st 
" G R clerk 149 meeting st 
*• Michael porter 143 meeting st, 35 queen st 
" J clerk meeting st, 75 church st 
*' James dry goods 136 king st 
»' L & T dry goods 204 king st 
^' L dry goods 204 king st, 27 friend st 
" T dry goods 204 king st, 27 friend st 
" A J printer and stationer 40 broad st, 23 tradd 
" Edmund guardman, 80 queen st 
James laborer, 64 queen st 
A B physician 5 st philip st 
»— " John clerk railroad, meeting st, ward $ 
Burkely, John engineer, 27 anson st 
Burleigh, W H clerk 51 broad st, state st 
Sum, Wm planter in st andiew's parish, cannon st 

*' Henry planter in st andrew'a parish, cannon st 
- " T A wharfinger vanderhorst's whf, 17 coming st 
ISurner, J clerk 108 east-bay 
** C grocer 39 beaufaia st 
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Burner, jr clerk 39 beau fain st 
Burnham, Wm mactiinist, laurens st 
Burnbats, R W druggist 343 king st 
Burns, John rice dealer 127 east-bay, 31 kingst 

" DM clerk 47 broad st 
" O J clerk 268 king st 

" John porter 145 meeting st, 32 queen st 

" MA 10 west st 

^ James laborer, king st, ward 5 

" £ blacksmith, mary st 
Bumside, James clerk 54 east-bay, queen st 
Burrows, S L clerk 2 southern whf, 51 east-bay 

" F Q clerk commercial hotel, 51 eftst-bay 

" — pilot. 51 east-bay 

" Frederick pilot, 20 church st 

" J T carpenter 20 church st 

'' Charles carpenter 20 church st 

'' Henry engineer 20 church st 
Bury, George blacksmith williams row 
Busch, T D grocer calhoun st, ward 5 

^* S grocer 83 beau fain st 
Bushee, J J carpenter 26 queen st, wentworth st 
Butler, W B clerk adger's whf, Elizabeth st 

" B G clerk adger's whf, Elizabeth st 

" A R clerk adger's whf, Elizabeth st 
<> " R M com merchant 84 east bay, 17 wentworth st 

" J W clerk 84 east bay, 17 wentworth st 

" C T jeweller 1 15 king st, wentworth st 

'• W R upholster 177 king st, 104 queen st 

" Wra boot maker 83 queen st 

" John dry goods king st, ward 8 
Butterfield, H L proprietor pavilion hotel 

" A clerk pavilion hotel 
Butters, Charles clerk 237 king st, 236 king st 
Butts. John drayman woolfe st 
Buzby, G W bricklayer 24 bull st 
Byrean, John meeting st, ward 5 
Byrne, John packer 145 meeting st, church st 
Byrns, J B boot maker 62 state st i 

" G boot maker, 25 state st I 

'< R boot maker, 25 state st 



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Cadow, Wm dry goods 82 east baj, planter's hotel 

Cadren, Jos shoe maker king st, ward 5 

Cagenej, John teacher cor st philip*s and radcliffe its 

Cfihall, Afl C laborer Cannon st 

Cain, Wm planter st John's, coming st, ward 6 

^ D J physician 20 wenCworth st 
Caldec, Jas jr clerk 82 east bay, meeting st 
<* Alex clerk 26 vendue range, 2 friend st 
^ Jas cabinet maker. 78 meeting st 
'* Wm dry goods 246 and 248 King st, 246 King at 
Caldwell, E A clerk Central whf, Carolina hotel 
'^^ ^ R & A P auction a. commission 25 vendue rang^ 
'' Richard auction & commission 25 vendue range, 

63 wentworth st 
^^ A P auction a. commission 25 vendue range, 74 
meeting st 
*^ " R & J & Co factors 10 central whf 

*' Robt factor 10 central whf, mansion house 
" John factor 10 central whf, Columbia 
^^ J M factor & com march atlantic whf, Judith st 
" John jr clerk 155 east bay, 310 king st 
** J W ship broker 89 east bay, 61 wentworth st 
'' J & Son upholsters 310 King st 
" John upholsterer 310 king st 
** James upholsterer 310 king st 
*- «< R W telgh operator, cor meeting and market sts 
Call, John laborer, 12 Philadelphia st 
Caloit, J M blacksmith, reid st 
Calvitt, John blacksmith, reid st 
Caly, James cooper, 9 marsh st 
Cambridge, S bootmaker 73 meeting st 
j^Cameron,McDermid & Mustard, engineers and machinists, 

foot of hasell st 
<< Archibald engineer and machinist, marsh st 
*-^ *• G & H crockery and glass 145, meeting st 
" G S 145 meeting st, Charleston hotel 
^ H P 1 45 meeting st, Charleston hotel 
" Susan 21 mazyckst 
Caminade, tl mechanic 21 pinckney st 
" F turner 21 pinckney st 

<* mrs H private boarding 21 pinckney st 



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Gammer, mrs M J 94 beaufain st 

Oanpbell, W M accountant 28 vendue range, 155 east-bay 
*< J L^ att'j al law 40 broad st, 84 beaufain st 
<^ J M physician 89 broad st 
Campbell, F livery stables 36 pinckney st, 40 coining st 
" John pastor st philip*s church, I short st 
" J S G carpenter 46 bull st 
<< L J barber king st, ward 6 
^ Jos farmer cannon st 
**• Owen bricklayer 349 king st 
*< John clothier 66 market st 
Campsen & fillerhorst, grain dealers 6 market st 
^ J grain dealer 6 market st 
'' George boot maker 129 meeting st, 140 king st 
^ H diT}' goods 140 king st, calhoun st 
Canale, A fruiter 1 1 market st 
Candler, E naval stores 69 east bay . 
Cane, Alfred tobacconist 6 broad st 
Cannady, Jas clerk 137 Edst Bay, Broad st 
" A clerk 18 1 east bay, meeting st 
*' E carpenter 16 horlbeck's alley 
Canning, C printer 24 church st 
Cannon, George dry goods 312 kingst 
*^ mrs C A st philip's st, ward 8 
^* T W machinist st philip's st, ward 8 
^^ J sea captain hanover st 
Canter, mrs R 8 calhoun st 
Cantiwell, Thos laborer 7 king st 
Capers, W G clerk post office, 106 church st 
" T F broker broad st, 12 Legare st 
" W bishop st philip's st, ward 6 
" Charles cannon st 
Carberry, John clerk atlantic whf 

*' J B accountant 14 hayne st, charlotte st 
Cardoza, J N editor evening news, 249 king st 

*< Isaac weigher custom house, 204 east bay 
Carew & Heart, publishers mercury 121 east bay 
Carew, J E editor, Washington st 

^* Hamilton clerk 4 vendue range, Washington st 
** mrs H meeting st, ward 5 
Carew & Hopkins, s c shoe factory, cor king and John sts 
Carey & Couturier, druggists 35 broad st 
^ Tbos laborer 64 Queen st 



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K Carey, E M druggist 35 broad st 
Carnighan, John pilot, 71 tradd st 
Carleghan, Wm drj goods 73 church ert 
Carlisle, mrs 10 wall st 
Carby, mrs 24 tradd st • 
Carmand, F turner 188 meeting st 

" mrs H 86 queen st 
Carney, Peter porter 153 east bay 
Carpender, W S planter King st 

*' mrs M cannon st 
Carmalt, J W accountant 97 east bay, Carolina hotel 
-^ Carr & Flynn, drapers and tailors, 30 broad st 

"CD draper and tailor, 30 broad st, 31 meeting «t • 
" J printer, 183 king st 
*' mrs M 1 12 queen st 
" John^dry goods king st, ward 6 
" John laborer 74 tradd st 
Carrere, W G wharfinger adger's whf, 1 orange st 

*' M E physician radclifFe st 
Carrington, W watchmaker, 266 king st, 107 wentworth st 
Carroll, Alex assistant editor courier, pavilion hotel, 
" B livery stabler 126 meeting st 
»* Ed clerk 306 king st 
'^ J shoe manufature, 65 anson st 
" T boot maker, 65 anson st 
" Patrick plasterer 178 meeting st 
" P blacksmith 16 mazyck st 
'* BR teacher king st, ward 5 
*^ A fireman line st 
t-^ Carson, Harlee & Co., factors 5 boyce &> co's whf 
** J M factor boyce & co's whf, 25 laurens st 
^ ' " Elisha factor boyce & -co^s whf, 25 laureos st 
** DA factor boyce & co's whf, 5 hasel st 
" W J clerk, boyce & co*s whf, 25 laurens st 
« F clerk 38 church st 
" Wm planter, 90 tradd st 
'" M 15 west st 
" John farmer, Ann st 
Carsten, A clerk coming st, ward 6 

«' EH city scavenger 24 montague st 
Cart, F G clerk adger's whf, calhoun st 
" mrs E 26 bull st 
^< xnrs L 26 bull st 



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Cart, Francis clerk, calhoun st, ward 6 
Carter, J W clerk cor east-bay and com whf, 48 queen st 
^' A bookseller 163 meeting st 
^ Nelson druggist 153 meeting st, Charleston hotel 
Carter, John carpenter, 48 queen* st 
<^ mrs J, grist mill 48 queen st 
Cartman, Thomas clerk 212 king st 
Oarvalho, S N daguerreotypist 167 meeting st, calhoun st 
Casey, H 19 franklin st 
Caskin, John carpenter, america st 

** Henry laborer, line st 
Cassidy, John seaman, 24 mazyck st 
• " John bricklayer, st philip st, ward 6 

*^ C grocer, st philip st, ward 6 
Cassin, W M tinner 2 queen st 
Castallon, Thomas shopkeeper 5 tradd st ' 

Castens, G H clerk cor east-bay and elliott sts 
Casy, John clerk 125 east-bay 

Cater, T M auction and commission 30 vendue range, rut- 
ledge st, ward 5 
Caulfield, James accountant 1 35 east-bay 
Caulier, George physician 12 queen st 
Causse, R clerk 254 king st, 279 king st 
Cay &, Aveilhe, commission merchants 171 east bay 
** J E 171 east-bay, cor meeting and george sts 
^' J A accountant 171 east-bay, cor meeting ^ george sts 
*^ A A clerk 171 east-bay, cor meeting and george sts 
Ceaf, Thomas laborer, 24 tradd st 
Chafee, O J com mer 179 east-bay, 15 george st 
" N U flour inspector queen st, 121 queen st 
" C H clerk 179 east-bay, 121 queen €t 
Chamberlain & Bancroft, dry goods 143 meeting «t 
*' C V 143 meeting st, Charleston hotel 

Chaml>ers &, White, factors atlantic whf 
^ J S allantic whf, planters' hotel 
^* BR clerk'l35 meeting st, 11 george st 
" Thomas bootmaker 7 burns lane 
" Ann, sires st 
Champlin, S coastwise insp'r custom house, 28 magazine st 
*' Oliver accountant, 28 magazine st 
" John mason, 23 franklin st 
Chandler, mrs M, radcliffe st 

^* T P deputy sheriff, charlotte st 



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Channel, Wm carpenter, coming st^ ward 6 
Chapin, B A mechanic, columbus st 

'' Charles book binder 101 meeting st 
<' L coachmaker 40 wentworth st, cor king and mar- 
ket sts 
Chaplin, B carpenter, 29 church st 

« W J clerk 283 king st, church st 
" mrs, 31 wentworth st 
V' Chapman, James com mer exchange st, 4 water st 

'^ Thomas E com mer exchange st, 4 water st 
" R B com mer exchange st, 4 water st 
" J C clerk 215 king st 
*' Samuel grist mill 14 tradd st 
" Perry pilot, 1 atlantic st 
Charlote, M D printer, 53 east-bay 
Chartland, mrs C 9 wall st 

Chase, T P wharfinger union wharves, 96 queen st 
" PS clerk 142 king st, 96 queen st 
** PA clerk 142 king st, 96 queen st 
Chazal, mrs E C 48 anson st 
*' mrs Ellen 48 anson st 
" J P physician 32 hasell st 
Cheesborcugh, J transfer clerk bank of Charleston, 4 went- 
worth st 
" E R & Brother, brokers and auctioneers 

6 state st 
'* E R 6 state st, broad st 

^ J B 6 state st, broad st 

" mrs 18 church st 

Cheney, E jr 99 east-bay 
Cheney, mrs private board 99 east-bay 
Cherling, C bootmaker 5 queen st 
Cherol, Thomas tailor, cannon st 
Cherrel, Ed milliner 183 king st 
Chew, T R blacksmith, 3 market st 
Chewing, Charles grocer 39 st philip st 
Cheves, C M planter at savannah, 44 soutb-baj 
Chichester, L clerk 161 meeting st Charleston hotel 

<< E y clerk 25 hayne st, 236 king st 

Childs, mrs J, vanderhorst st 

China, Thomas J clerk 273 king st, merchants' hotel 
Chisolm, H L clerk atlantic whf, cor mill and rutledge sts 
" R G clerk 71 ea^t-bay, rutledge st, ward 6 



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^ Chisolm, Alex rice mill west end tradd st, 119 broad si 
" George 13 south-baj 
" mrs J 45 anson »t 
** mrs, 77 beau fain st 
<< R rutledge and mill sts 
*- " O broker and auctioneer 33 broad st, 17 savage st 
Chrest, John bootmaker 73 meeting st 
Chrietzburg, mrs C I7beaufain st 

•« Thomas mechanic, 26 beaufain st 

" R S carpenter, 60 wentwoith st 

" J R clerk central whf,. king st 

Christiansen, J grocer 180 king st 
Christie, David, blind, cannon st 
Chroder, John grocer st philip and cannon sts 
Choate, T clerk 84 east-bay, 104 tradd st 

" HE c(erk 19 vendue range, 104 tradd st 
" mrs S M 104 tradd st 
Church, J F plumber 20 broad st 
" mrs M 27 st philip st 
« CAD bricklayer 27 st philip st 
Clacius C clerk 13 central whf, 208 kingst 
Clagett, Wm clerk 122 meeting st, Charleston hotel 
** W H dry goods, calhoun st 
" Thomas broker and auctioneer 7 state st, 120 
tradd st 
Clarison, J C clerk king st, st philip st, ward 6 
Clarke, C druggist 33 market st 
/ " S S & G fancy goods 151 me.eting st 
" SS 151 meeting st, Charleston hotel 
" G E 1 5 1 meeting st, Charleston hotel 
** R A hardware 133 meeting st, 11 george 
« H B dry goods 213 king st 
" Francis tavern keeper 337 king st 
" Richard port warden, 1 1 church st 
" Pringle planter on ashepoo river, 160 meeting st 
« Henry planing mills 89 beaufain st, 87 beaufn st 
»« Jos engineer, 28 mazyck st 
«« J M turner, 19 mazyck st 
*< John porter 1 hayne st, 27 wentworth st 
. Clarksons & Mey, fac and com mer, accommodation whf 
<* T B accommodation whf, 4 smith st 
«< R H accommodation whf, 4 smith st 
« W N physician 83 tradd st 



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^Claussen, J C H baker 183^ east-bay 
Claucy, mrs M A warren st 
Clayton, W C printer, cor anson and wentworth sts 

" E J engineer, 6 liberty st 
Cleapor, C W clerk 110 east-bay, 55 calhoun st 
« J W 55 calhoun st 
*^ Cleavulund, J A druggist, 215 king st 
v " W L druggist, 215 king st 

Cleiland, J M clerk vendue range, 6 queen st 

** Mrs S, 6 queen st 
demon, J L tinner, 48 east-bay 
Clemont, J P superintendent of streets, amherst st 
Clifford , L C planter, pon pon, warren st 
Clifton, A J, 76 church 

Close, L P H dry good dealers, 340 king st, mer hotel 
V Clyde, T E grocer, 88 meeting st 
Clysey, Misses milliners, 82 king st 
Cobia, Henry auctioneer and commission merchant 26 

vendue range, 88 wentworth st 
Cobia, Mrs teacher meeting st, ward 7 
Cobb, E W boots and shoes 141 meeting st, horlbeck al 
Coburn, Peter carpenter, st. philip st, ward 6 
Cochran, W S teller S W R R Bank, cannon st 
" J C bookkeeper *' cannon st 

*' Patrick laborer 44 tradd st 
" James laborer 20 middle st 
" T B teacher high school king st, ward 5 
'* Thos, rutledge st, ward 6 
Cock, Rudolph, sail maker, 7 magazine st 
Cockran, James pastor 80 Broad st 
CofFay, F A shoes 187 east-bay, 35 state st 
Coffey, Jeremiah 22 tradd st 

" Jeremiah jr laborer 22 tradd st 
" mrs M 9 tradd st 
Coffin, G M factor adger's wharf, 86 broad st 

** Thomas planter st. helena, 7 rutledge st 
Cogdell, R W 65 broad st 

** C S clerk bank of state S C 
; « G B mill st 

I Coglan, mrs M 36 mazyck st 
! Cogswell, H clerk 14 hanye st, st philips st 
' Cohen, J J factor and com mer central wharf, smith st 
, . ** IS auc and com mer 29 vendue ran, 15 society st 

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Cohen, N A dry goods 157 east-bay, 46 meeting st 

" A N jr commission mer 157 east-bay, 55 king st 

" J H clerk 157 east-bay, 46 meeting st 

" mrs fruiterer, 71 market st 

*' D D jr clerk cor king and market sts, chapel st 

" P M & CO druggists 29 Hayne st 
1 " P M druggist 29 hayne st, 4 society st 

** J H clerk 29 hayne st, horlbeck alley 

'< A E clerk and librarian M L A 4 society st 

*• miss Bell 116 king st 

*' Samuel pedlar 116 king st. 

*^ rev mr pastor woolf st church 297 king st 
^ " Jacob, broker and auc 20 broad st, 12 friend st 

« P 6 Wentworth st 

" H Warren st 

" D D planter ashley river, chapel st 
Cohn, L dry goods 159 king st, 55 king st 

" L accountant 157 east-bay, 55 king st * 
Colburn and Holland, dry goods cor king and broad sts 

" J S cor king and broad 

" J H clerk, 244 king st, 134 queen st 
Colcock, J & CO factors, commercial wharf 

" John 2 orange st 

" R H 2 orange street 

" S H clerk 1 14 east-bay, church st 

" R W superintendent citadel academy 
Cole, G F music store, 175 king st 
« mrs E M 258 king st 
" John seaman bedons alley 

" Agnes 15 pitt 
Coll, Patrick bootmaker, 95 meeting st, 4 anson st 
Collins, mrs dressmaker 124 church st 

" J N teacher 86 anson st 

•* mrs milliner 86 anson st 

" T bootmaker king st, wprd 6 

" W laborer coming st, ward 6 

*' mrs M private boarding, linguard st 
Colman, H W dry goods 217 king st, 18 mazyck st 

" George clerk 217 king st, 18 mazyck 
Colson, Charles dry goods 27 middle st 

" A gas fitter 4 horlbeck alley 

" Thomas carpenter 4 horlbeck alley 
Comier, Francis ship chandler 22 Washington Bt 



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Cornier, Alex boiler maker 22 Washington 
Cornier, Ervin boiler maker 22 Washington st 

" Charles moulder 22 Washington 
Commins, John shoes and hats 274 king st 

*' Michael clerk 274 king st, 269 king st 
Comstock, D B accountant 122 meeting, 236 king st 
Comwell, Amelia L. dressmaker 12 smith st 
Cohrsj C H clerk 82 east-bay, victoria hotel 
Conder, W tailor 24 queen st 
i-^Condict, Jennings & co, saddlery 157 meeting st 
'' S H saddlery 157 meeting st 
Condy & son, brokers and auctioneers 9 state st 
\y " T D broker and auc cor rutledge and bee sts 
" P broker and auc cor rutledge and bee sts 
Cone, mrs 98 broad st 
Conly, James clerk 179 king st 

" B laborer 12 horlbeck alley 
Connell, P O laborer Clifford st 
^ Conner, H W president S C R R 9 meeting st 
** H W clerk central wharf, 9 meeting st 
^^ " Jas attorney at law, St. michael's al, 9 meeting st 
" Wm gunsmith 34 wentworth st 
" John laborer st philip's st 
" mrs M calhoun st, ward 6 
Conroy, Wm clerk 145 meeting st 
Conturier, J R E druggist 35 broad st, 21 king st 
Cook, G S daguerreotypist 235 king st, 236 king st 
« W clerk 308 king st, wentworth st 
" Tho8 C dry goods 347 king st 
'^ J R 4 gadsden st 
" Jacob grocer king st, ward 5 
w- " J A grocer cor king and mary sts 
Cooper & RiverS; attorneys at law 49 broad st 

« G W attorney at law 49 broad st, 4 franklin st 
" mrs A 38 wentworth st 
'< R T porter and ale bottler king st, ward 6 
*- Copes & Black, cotton press 91 church st 

<< J cotton press 91 church, rutledge, ward 6 
V Corbet & brothers, dry goods 322 king st 
'< James dry goods 322 king st 
« J N dry goods 322 king st 
« H D dry goods 322 king st 
" mrs 24 south-bay 



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Corbet, miss 24 south-bay 
«< John 23 lynch st 
" John laborer 7 burns lane 
Corby, E R blacksmith hampden court 
" John Hampden court 
<< John blacksmith 110 meeting st 
Corcoran, J M accountant 147 east-bay, 65 beaufain st 
" Patrick cattle dealer doughty st 
" carter cor cannon and smith sts 
^^ mrs T dry goods cor cannon and smith sts 
" Timothy conductor S C R R mary st 
" Thomas laborer columbus st 
Cordas, Geo grocer 56 anson st 
Cordis, John 207 east-bay 
Cordray, Thomas hard alley 
Cords, T tavern keeper 55 market st 
" J J grocer 7 Cumberland st 
" AC baker, 45 Calhoun st 
" Geo varnisher spring st 
" Ralph butcher henrietta st 
Corkle, T M printer east-bay 
*' Edward east-bay 
" Wm laborer bedon*s alley 
Corkrell, Thomas grocer 180 east-bay 
Corneps, F tavern keeper exchange st 
'' H tavern keeper exchange st 
Correa, Jos fruiterer 53 market st, tradd st 
Corregan P M clerk 43 hayne, 195 east-bay 

" P dry goods 78 church 
Corrie W C clerk 69 east-bay 

" S J clerk 1 Hayne, pavilion hotel 
Cors, H baker king st, ward 5 
Cosgrove, J fruiterer 65 market 
Cosrie, B tavern keeper vendue range 
Cotchett, Geo adger's wharf, 9 society st 

** G M J clerk adger's wharf, 9 society st 
" C E engineer 9 society st 
Cotton, mrs E mantua maker, 39 wall st 
Councell, E C printer and bookseller 1 19 east-bay, corner 

east-bay and longitude lane 
Course, Henry machinist sires alley 
Courtenay, E S import inspector custom house 
'' & Tennant, hardware, 35 hayne st 



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Courtenay, W C 35 Hayne and 38 broad 

" & Wienges, booksellers and stationerS| opposite 
the post office 
Courtenay, S G green st 

" W A clerk beau fain st 
" J stone-cutter, 1 12 queen st 
Covelay, Jeremiah mason archdale st 
Covert, H G clerk 101 east-bay, 3 magazine st 
" T W clerk 120 meeting st, 3 magazine st 
v- Cowperthwait, E R furniture 251 king st, 76 beaufain st 
Cox, W H grocer 184 east-bay 
^ S K pastor, methodist protesiant church 6 wall st 
" D butcher 40 calhoun st 
Crafts, W clerk 101 east-bay, 10 broad st 

^ Geo J planter st. andrew's parish, 60 broad st 
Cramer, G W mechanic 19 pinckney st 
Crane, L clerk 165 meeting st, pavilion hotel 
'< J G dry goods 1 hayne st, Charleston hotel 
" David coach trimmer 
^' miss R 1 1 broad st 
Cranston, E wharfinger union wharf, mazyck st 
Craven R H carpenter king st, ward 5 
Creighton, mrs rutledge st, ward 6 

*' Jas planter pon pen rutledge st, ward 6 
" John clerk rutledge st, ward 6 
V^ Crews, E B auc and com mer 19 vendue range, 1 smith st 
" Michael steam-boat captain, prichard st 
" A J dry good 181 east-bay, 17 George st 
" Abbot laborer st. philip's ward 8 
Crip, miss A 41 meeting 
*' miss C 41 meeting 
Croft, mrs M E seamstress 7 longitude lane 

" T M accountant 179 east-bay, 44 Wentworth st 
" mrs S E private boarding, 204^ king st 
Croghan, Stephen laborer bedon*s alley 
" O blacksmith 21 queen st 
" Michael laborer America st 
Crcmlay, Daniel bootmaker 30 queen st 
Cromwell, Samuel professor of music 15 Franklin st 
Croush, mrs 34 queen st 
Crosby, mary meeting st, ward 5 
Cross, M W mechanic 106 church 
^ W accountant 9 middle st 



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Cross, Henry mason 15 friend 

'< Franklin, ship chandler 15 friend 

<< Sarah 42 st. philip st 
Crouch, C W teacher, calhoun st, smith st, ward 6 
Cruikshank, Samuel tanner 22 queen st, Hanover st 
Gudworth,' J import inspector custom house, 20 Hasell st 
Culbert, Jas police-office king st, ward 7 

" John clerk king st, ward 7, America st 

" Culbert, Wm cotton dresser, America st. 
Cullinwe, P dry goods 360 king st 
Cummings, Thomas rigger 73 east-bay 
\ ' ^^ J 6 accountant comer of broad and church 

sts, wentworth st 
Cummings, J A clerk, 312 king st 
Cunningham & Roberson, attorneys, Charleston library 
** John attorney Charleston library 

*' Andrew cont'r 4b builder, st philip st, ward 6 

'* mrs A henrietta st 

'< Richard henrietta st 

Curly, Stephen bootmaker, 56 state st 
Currie, Alex carpenter 24 Bull 
Currier, G L 237 king st 
Current, E guilder 154 king (9t 
Curry, mrs C shop-keeper 7 tradd st 
Curtis, W paint oil and lamp dealer 137 east-bay 

" E carpenter, 9 franklin st 

'' James carpenter rutledge st 

** mrs E 1 1 Calhoun st 

" miss C 1 1 calhoun st 
Custa, mrs dry goods, 10 king st 
Cuyler, S G clerk 229 king st, 269 king st 

Dacosta, Antonius professor of music, 17 broad st 

" W P millwright, 108 queen st 
Dadin, L H jeweler 155 king st, 148 king st 

" LA jeweler 155 king st , 
Dagget, W L printer, king st 

" Shepherd carpenter 1 1 horlbeck alley 

" L W machinist 1 1 horlbeck alley 

<^ Thomas, mechanic 25 society st 
Dagner, Charles ship chandler 26 Washington st 
Dail, E carpenter 1 Ctueen st, king st 



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Dalbis, J L grocer 152 east-bay 
Dalglish, W bricklayer 17 Pinckney 
Dallas, W bootmaker 56 meeting 96 east-bay 
Dallrick, mrs £ upholsterer, 160 king st 
£My, E boots and shoes 306 king st, merchants hotel 
' ^ John boots and shoes 326 king st, merchants hotel 
^ Michael laborer 20 pinckney 
" W clerk poor-house 95 queen st 
Dana, rev. W C pastor central church 19 Laurens st 
Dand, Ed clerk 115 east-bay 
Daniel, N W engineer S C R R, 36 st philip st 
" John, fireman S C R R, sires alley 
'' SB tailor 13 anson st 
Daniels, F pilot 72 church st 
Dansman, mrs baker 90 king st 
Dappray, J E dentist king st, ward 8 
Darby, F coppersmith 67 ea0t*bay, 325 king st 
" J T clerk 279 king st, marion st 
" O A teacher marion st 
" W carpenter 50 beaufainst 
Darcy, Peter porter 153 east-bay 

" Darcy, T K painter 112 queen st 
Darr, H L printer 23 society st 

Dart, Thomas accountant accomodation whf, 236 king st 
'' mrs A 47 tradd st 
" Wm painter coming st, ward 6 
I>avant, J L clerk commercial whf 
Davega, C medical student 150 east-bay, 92 wentworth st 
" Isaac, attorney court- house square, 92 wentworth 
« Mrs. G 92 wentworth 
Davenport, R L bookbinder cor church and market sts 
Davey, Robert coach maker 14 beau fain st 
David, R L dry goods 265 king st 
Davidson, W planter Louisiana 66 church st 
Davis, R C sea captain 56 church st 
.a G Y commission merchant por east-bay and boyce 
wharf, cor meeting and queen sts 
Davis, Isaac B accountant accommodation wharf, cor st 

philip and beaufain sts 
Davis, W R com mer central wharf, 3 glebe st 
« W H clerk 74 east-bay 36 tradd 
** Moses printer, 3 tradd 
'' J S accountant cor king and market sts, 260 king . 



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Davis, Nathan mechanic 1 15 meeting st 

*' C H bricklayer 1 14 king st 

'' John clerk 40 east-bay, vanderborst st 

'' D locksmith and bell hanger 329 king, wairen st 

" T G attorney at law 20 broad st, vanderhorst st 

" mrs J 36 tradd 

" mrs & son private boarding mansion house 

" Ed private boarding mansion house 

^< mrs cor pitt and vanderhorst 
Daws, carpenter coming st, ward 8 
Dawson, W H jr clerk Adger's whf 9 Lynch 

'< F clerk post office, 25 anson st 

" J com mer 94 and 96 east-bay, 25 anson st 

'^ £ J clerk 1 16 meeting st, pavilion hotel 
^ ^< & Black man druggist 17 broad st 

'' Joseph druggist 1 7 broad st, 25 anson st 

" C P 96 broad st 

« J Ed, m. d., 96 broad st 

'* J L, m. d., 48tiadd st 

*' SP3 meeting st 

" IVIrs W 3 meeting st 

« Miss C 38 bull st 

*' Tobias bricklayer st. philip ward 6 
Day, D F clerk 133 meeting st, 260 king st 
*' Fisher, private boarding 260 king st 
" W B clerk post office, 3 friend st 
'* W H coach trimmer 1 Montague st 
D' Antignac, Wm factor accomodation wharf 
DeBow, B F agent Debow's Review, corner broad andj 

east-bay, 6 broad st 
DeBow, John blacksmith calhoun st, ward 5 
DeBuse, Wm clerk columbus st 
DeChoiseul, M French consul 30 broad st 
DeGafferelly, J C conductor SCR R,rutledge st, ward 
DeHay, R H police officer cannon st 

'* Wm watchmaker, king st 
DeHyams, M D shipper 79 east bay 
DeLand, C W dry goods 229 king st, cor king & wentwl 
DeLange, J L com mer 112 east-bay, queen st 
DeLeaumontjH accountant adger's wharf, 2 minority si 
DeLeon, H clerk treasury office 1 19 queen st 
Desaussure, J B factor adger's wharf, 32 meeting st 
" . A insurance agent 35 east-bay, 26 meetii 



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Desaussure, H W, m. d., 77 meeting st 
*' & son, attorneys 23 broad st 

** HA attorney 23 broad st, 33 meeting st 

w u W Q attorney 23 broad st, 31 east-bay 

s^ " L D broker 23 broad st, 33 meeting st 

DeTreville, E attorney 20 broad st, rutledge st 
DeVega, Isaac attorney court-house square, corner broad 

and meeting sts 
DeWitt, G farmer 10 beaufain st 
Deas, miss A dressmaker 77 king st 
" Henry cor tradd and council sts 
" T H 39 wentworth st 
^' Jane mantua maker coming st, ward 6 
« Eliza C charlotte st 
Dearcy, Thomas gardener president st 
Decamps, P E cabinet maker 65 king st 
*' E cabinet maker, 65 king st 
" J carpenter, 65 king st 
Dehon, Dr T planter Ashpoo', 37 meeting st 
Delahay, J B sea captain 4 horlbeck alley 
Delamps, A G clerk 70 east-bay, 156 east bay 
Delaunay, J P professer 50 wentworth st 
Delia Torre, A steam saw mill, Washington st, ward 6 
Denck, Joseph music teacher 17 friend st 
Deneau, T E clerk 141 meeting st, 2 liberty st 
Dener, mrs C 29 mazyck st 

'' Geo farmer christ church paiish, 29 mazyck st 
Denis, G A confectioner 4 1 Archdale st 
Denkirk, W M clerk 123 meeting st 
Denney, mrs 52 dueen 
Denoon, D H printer 63 broad st 
Dentrieau, mrs V 10 beaufain st 
Dereef, R E wood factor dereef wharf 

" R E jr wood factor dereef wharf 
Derry, W C clerk 135 meeting, Charleston hotel 
Desel, Charles planter goose creek, pitt st, ward 6 
Desportes, Eliza vanderhorst st 
Desverney, Francis livery stable cor broad and friend sts, 

5 magazine st 
Devea, D H painter 122 king st 
Deveau, J P factor 29 vanderdorst whf, cor amherst and 

hanover sts 
Deveneau, E dry goods 304 king st 



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Deveneau, A wheelwright 349 king st 
Deveneer, Peter proprietor drays, mary st 
Deveraux, N cooper 170 meeting st 
Devie, J H French dyer 80 king st 
Dewar, mrs 39 church st 
Dewees, John planter Alexander st 

" W clerk 72 east-bay, alexander st 
Dewing & Thayer, fancy goods 149 meeting st 

*' L fancy goods 149 meeting st 

'* H fancy goods, 149 meeting st 
Dewire, James pattern maker meeting st, ward 5 
Dexler, 6 tradd st 
Dibble, P V hatter 37 broad st 

*' mrs A C private boarding 249 king st 

'^ S W clerk 16 east-bay, 249 king st 
Dick, Henry clerk 67 tradd st 
Dickinson, Eliza coming st, ward 6 
Dickson, S H professor medical college, hudson st 
DieckhofF, C grocer Judith st 
Dienstback, W bootmaker 144 east-bay 
Dierressen, W grocer cor coming and morris sts 
Dill, J T factor 13 sguthern wharf, corner beaufain and 

wilson sts 
Dill, S G W constable coming st, ward 8 

" Ervin fireman coming st, ward 8 
Dillingham, James clerk 43 hayne st, 179 king st 
Dinaman, C carpenter king st, ward 5 
Dinkins, T J clerk cor king and market sts 
Dishbrow, W W clerk 238 king st 
Disher, Geo grocer 105 broad st 

" mrs E meeting st, ward 5 

" Robert butcher nassau st 
Disman, Cornelius laborer morris st 
Divine, Thomas mason 74 beaufain st 

" John mason 74 beaufain st 

" Michael mason 74 beaufain st 
Divver, J B clerk cor king and market sts, beaufain st 

<* Joseph clerk 300 king st, beaufain st 

" mrs S, beaufain st 
Dixon, T E ship carpenter 2 1 beaufain st 

" Thomas, tallow chandler king st, ward 6 
Doar, Marquis blacksmith hanover st 
Dobson, Mrs O L 4 smith lane 



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Dodd, Wm carpenter sires alley 

Doeille, Wm baker king st, ward 6 

Dom, Wm grocer 20 state st 

Donald, John shopkeeper 53 king st 

Donnell, B W carpenter, cor laurens and Washington sts 

Donnohoe, D hardware 52 king st 

Donoonay, Patrick drayman 97 meeting st 

Doogan, Patrick mason 22 queen st 

Dooly, John laborer woolfe st 

Dorbaum & Amme, tailors 17 queen st 

" C tailor 17 queen st 
Dorman, J W clerk 85 market st 
Dorg. Wm baker 351 king st 
Dorin, A carpenter 52 queen st 
Dorrell, John carpenter whims court 
t- Dorrill, A lumber mer cor beaufain and lynch sts, bee st 
Dortic, W T clerk fitzsimon's wharf, 12 went worth st 
Dotlerrer, H E clerk 1 hayne st, america st 

" T D machinist america st 

" Thomas finisher america st 
Doty, A sign and ornamental painter 38 broad st, 137 king 
/ Doucin, P M wharfinger boyce & co's whf, 84 beaufain 
Dougherty, W M & co, gasfitting and lamps 292 king st 

c< W M gasfitting and lamps 292 king st, 19 

St. philip st 
^ ' ** John wood factor 19 south-bay 

" Joseph, grocer 17 south-bay, 19 south-bay 

Doughty, Charles time-keeper america st 
Douglas, J F clerk atlantic wharf, Washington st 

" AM clerk 4 vendue range, Washington st 

*' EC clerk 300 king st, Washington st 

** G S accountant 25 hayne st, 236 king st 

" C jr clerk 47 broad st 

** miss C shopkeeper, 53 king st 

" Mary 4 wilson st 

" Hannah st. philip st, ward 6 

" John clerk Washington st 

" C St. Andrew's hall, broad st 
Dowd, Martin bottler 32 anson st 
Dowie, Geo accountant, 1 hayne st, king st 
Dowling, John grocer 38 market st 

" mrs E 116 king st 

" Joseph painter 1 1 tradd st 



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Downey, F F clerk vanderhorst wharf, 24 savage st 

'< mrs IVJ A 24 savage st 
Downing, R 68 church st 

<' M guardman 74 tradd 
" mrs M 2 pitt 
Doyle, Jeremiah clerk cor broad and church sts, 22 tradd 
Drago, A fruitterer, 70 market st 

" mrs B dry goods 141 king st 
Drake, G W com mer atlantic wharf, Huntsville, Ala. 

*^ Miles dry goods 358 king st 
Drandy, Benjamin ehriemaker, columbus st 
Drayton, A R discount and transfer clerk, S W R R bank, 

58 tradd st 
Drayton, J G pastor St. Andrew*s parish, 42 south-bay 
** mrs H B ladson court 
<' mrs M coming st, ward 6 
" Ch planter St Andrew parish, coming st, w'd 6 
*< T H M planter St John's pa'h, coming st, w'd 6 
" J S coming st, ward 6 
Dreier, C grocer 31 tradd st 
" E clerk 7 st philip st 
Droutman, J dry goods church st 
Drummond, John bootmaker 55 broad st 

" N engineer 55 broad st 

Druber, Charles carpenter hanover st 
Dryer, D grocer 43 wall st 

" William drayman williams row 
Duboise, John plasterer, 24 Washington st 

*' mrs E 86 queen st. 
Due, H A tinner cor king and spring sts 
Duchne, D drayman cor columbus and king sts 
DufFus, A W accountant 137 meeting st, 13 Lynch st 
"• G H cotton press dewees wharf, 13 Lynch st 
'* mrs Ann, 13 Lynch st 
«' J J W clerk 31 hayne st, 71 beaufain st 
" J A express agent 3 hayne st, 71 beaufain st 
<* Samuel carpenter 40 beaufain st 
Dufort, A gunsmith king st, ward 8 
*' J tinner meeting st, ward 7 
Duggen, James watchmaker savage st 
Dukes, W C & son, factor &> com mer atlantic wharf 
" W C fac & com mer, atlantic whf, king st, ward 5 
*« J R fac & com mer atlantic whf, king st, ward 5 



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Dukes, T C clerk atlantic wharf, king st, ward 5 
** J H attorney 61 broad st 
" mrs M M St philip st, ward 8 
" Francis plasterer 12 east-bay 
V'-'Dulin, Rice fac & com mer central whf, 189 meeting at 
Dunavant, A J com mer atlantic whf, Chester district 
Duncan, W clerk 105 east-bay, broad st 

'< L C clerk 143 meeting st, 35 st philip st 
" A boiler-maker king st, ward 6 
'* Catherine seamstress coming st, ward 8 
^ Dunham, C T & co, boots and shoes 141 meeting st 

" C T boots & shoes 141 meeting, 11 horlbeck al 
^ Dun kin, A H attorney 65 meeting st, warren st 
" B F judge Court of Equity warren st 
Dunlap, W C 359 king st 

** W M guard man 7 magazine st 
" James 3 lynch st 
** Samuel chandler woolfe st 
Dunn, James coachsmith king st 
" J tavern keeper 96 church st 
" Samuel C clothier 20 hayne st 
*^ " & Duryea, clothiers 238 king st 
«* Samuel C clothier 238 king st 
" John city constable 93 queen st 
** John clerk cor beaufain and lynch sts, 128 queen 
«* Wm dry goods 371 king st 
*' C dry goods king st, ward 6 
Dunning, James butcher reid st 
Dupont, F upholsterer, 203 king st 
'» D upholsterer, 20S king st 
" mrs M 3 st michaePs alley 
Dupree, John engineer 84 queen st 
" mrs teacher 27 wall st 
** Joseph carpenter corner king and spring sts 
Duquercron, F H clerk central wharf, 96 tradd st 

" Leopold clerk Mercury office, 96 tradd st 

Durose, A bookbinder, vanderhorst st 
Duryea, J M private boarding cor meeting and market sts 
I " R S clerk 84 church st, 110 meeting st 

« John clothier 238 king st 
I w mrs M A S 9 wall st 

Dusenberry, Geo State constable, 63 tradd st 
Duval, J B tinner 298 king st 

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Duvali E A tinamith 298 king si 

<< LA tinner 298 king st 
Dwigkty Mrs C pastrjcook 72 king si 



Eager, W M clerk I hayne st, meeting st 
Earle, J bricklayer 30 calhoun st 
EasoB, mrs C D private boarding 2 Qlebe st 
" RJ auctioneer vendue range, 2 glebe st 
« G W 2 glebe st 
<' R H bricklayer 30 calhoun st 
<< J M &> brothers, engineers and machinists comer 

columbus and passau sts 
'^ J M engineer u machinist cor columbus & nassaa 

sts, drake st 
*' T D engineer and machinist comer columbus and 
nassau st, america st 
Easterby, W H clerk 213 king st, 106 church st 
'* Geo 82 tradd st 
" S D 106 church st 
Easton, G L sea captain 14 friend st 
Eaton, Charles stone eutter, 38 market st 
Eberle, Charles upholsterer and manufacturer, 205 king at 
Eckhard, mrs M E 31 society st 
Eden, John engineer 37 maiket st 
Edes, D B clerk cor meeting and market sts 
Edgerton & Richards, drapers and tailors 32 broad st 
" E W draper and tailor, 32 broad st, 3 orange st 
<^ E S clerk 32 broad st, 3 orange st 
Edmondston, L A port warden 72 tradd st 
« T 8 legare st 

" Charles President S C Insurance company, 

109 east-bay, 8 legare st 
" H clerk cor king and market sts, 8 legare 

Edwards, Evan clerk post office 7 logan st 
" F M clerk central wharf, 7 logan st 
*' J J clerk 10 central wharf 
«* J F factor 62 east-bay, 26 wall st 
« J B 26 wall st 

'< C L porter bank of Charleston, state st 
" W S collecting clerk bank charls'n 8 legare st 
" Morris carpenter 29 beaufain st, 19 college st 
Ehlies, N grocer 107 tradd st 



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llhney, P M coastwise insp'r custom-house, 12 pinckney 
" Edwin blacksmith 12 pincknej st 
^ J J moulder 12 pinckney st 
Ehricks, H grocer corner meeting and mary sts 
Egan, John shop-keeper 61 king st 
Egleston, T R clothier 27 bayne st, commercial hotel 
y " G W attorney and magistrate, 53 broad and 

king st, ward 6, warren st 
EJgleston, J L transfer and discount clerk State bank, 72 

anson st 
Elbridge, James proprietor drays, meeting st, ward 7 
Elder, W T tanner John st 

Elfe, W import inspector custom«*hou8e, 236 king st 
** R L barber 28 broad st 
V ** Robert city sheriff 1 middle street 
^ " Albert carpenter 19 lynch st 

'' Eleanor dressmaker, 31 montague st 
" Maria charlotte st 
^ Elford, F P wharfinger vanderhorst whf, 17 coming Bt 
/ Elfred, J R proprietor drays elizabeth at 
! Elleran, mrs E milliner, 146 king st 
h Ellerhorst, W grain dealer 6 market st 
" H D dry goods 192 king st 

Elliott, Thomas O attorney 61 broad «t, 2 glebe st 
Elliott, Dr Gibbs planter, 10 george st 
Ellis, Jos carpenter rutledge st, ward 8 
Elmore, James moulder 12 east-bay 
Els worth, J T guager custom-house^ corner laurens and 

marsh sts 
Elsworth, F B collector 31 society at 
Mwig, Wm carpenter 19 west st 

" Amelia 55 coming st 
Emanuel, Nathan 45 beaufain st 
" Joel 45 beaufain st 
( Emery, J R derk S C R R unity alley 
Emmen, Loder clerk 24 archdale st 
Engelberg, M tailor 71 market st 
England, mrs M 10 orange st 

" Wm clerk 10 orange st 
Englert, W private boarding 43 market st 
English, James builder and contractor 15 south4)ay 

" James jr 15 south-bay 
'Enslow & Bellj coopers, cor east-bay and boyce's wharf 



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Enslow, J L cooper cor east-bay and bojce's wharf, 128 
tradd st 

*' J A importer 110 east-bay, meeting st, ward 5 
Enston W & co, cabinet makers 169 171 and 173 king st 

<' Wm cabinet maker, 118 queen st 

" Alfred cabinet maker 99 queen st 

^ Daniel cabinet maker 1 18 queen st 
Epping, J P M druggist 277 king st 
Erickson, C wood builder smith's wharf 
Ervin, W F surveyor-gen fire-proof building, Sumter dist 

" Dr. John 5 Rutledge st 
Estill, W jr printer king st 

" W bookbinder, 5 lynch st 
Evans, W E & co. factor accommodation wharf 

'' WE factor accommodation whaif, 2 hasell st 

'' G W factor accommodation wharf, 2 hasel st 

<' James, tailor 67 broad st 

•* B F clerk 101 east-bay, meetings! 

'' R tavern keeper 97 market st 

^ J B clerk 35 hayne st, wentworth st 

" mrs C 57 queen st 

" W private boarding 373 king st 

<< miss R teacher 373 king st 

" Sellers carpenter coming st, ward 8 

" Samuel boiler maker elizabeth st 

^< mrs E america st 
Eveleigh, Thomas private boarding 297 king st 
Ewan, John silverware store 127 king st 
" W H silverware store 127 king st 
Ewart, J clerk central wharf, 106 church st 
Ewbank, Henry hardware 155 meeting st, 17 smith st 
Ewing, mrs M private boarding 269 king st 
Ezekiel, P watchmaker 61 broad st, 89 church st 

F. 

Faber, mrs A M Alexander st 

Fabin, Wm seaman 83 queen st 

Fairchild, B factor belPs wharf, 1 1 1 wentworth 

" Rufus, music store 201 king, corner king and 
beau fain sts 
Fairly, Arthur clerk 41 broad st, 22 Cumberland st 
Falk, I L & CO. clothiers 265 king st 
'^ Abraham clothier 265 king st 



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Faman, Mary lienrietta st 
1% Fanning, F D & co. hats and caps 3 1 hajne st 

" F D hats and caps 31 hay no st, 2 maiden lane 
I Barnum, O grocer 189 east-bay 
^ Farrar, s$ S & brothers grocery merchants 70 east-bay 
" S S grocery mer 70 east-bay, 28 society st 
•* J C grocery mer 70 east-bay, 28 society st 
" CD grocery mer 70 east-bay, 28 society st 
Faulkernon, Isaac clerk 5 hayne st 
Faust, Mrs M 21 middle st 
Favor, Jos planter pon pon, charlotte st 
u« Fayssoux, T druggist 3 1 broad st, 4 orange 0t 
Fedhazke, E bootmaker 5 queen st 
Feehan, miss G F 61 anson st 
I ^^ James porter hayne st, king st, ward 5 

Fees, G watchmaker 187 king st 
Felis, 6 segar maker 68 state st 
Fennick, John tailor 7 beaufain st 
Ferguson, W G currier 22 queen st 
i^ *< J H accountant 145 meeting st, planter's hotel 
'^ Emeline 35 george st 
\ Ferrell, J J accountant 19 hayne st, 23 st philip 
^* Thomas mechanic 23 st philip 
" Michael mechanic 23 st philip 
Ferira, Jason carpenter, morris st 
Fenette, J F fruitterer 41 market st 
'* miss J 34 archdale st 
*' Adeline 15 college st 
I ** Mary 5 Galhoun st 

Ferry, W carpenter beaufain st 
Ffirth, H D 5 mazyck 4t 
Ficken, J F grocer 13 beaufain st 
Ficklin, James clerk 19 hayne st, 7 short «t 
I *» W B attorney 63 broad st, 7 short st 

" mrs E S 7 short st 
Fickling, J J bricklayer 30 tradd st 
Fields, Nathan proprietor Gharleston ice house, corner 

adger's wharf and east-bay 
Fiegre, Julius hatter 164 king st 
Figeroux, mrs B milliner 206 king st 

" B 206 king st 
Figney, Abraham drayman 7 bull st 
Gillette, Theo clerk 29 hayne st, 139 king^ 

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Fillette, madame A dry goods 139 king st 
FinckoD, grocer 1 i south-bay 
Fink| A & CO tavern keepers exchange si 
" A tavern keeper exchange st 
^ P J clerk 123 meeting st 
<< B H druggist 369 king st 
<* H laborer st philip st, ward 8 
Finckel, J O cotton spinner columbus st 
Finlajson, clerk 75 east-bay 
Finley, mrs £ 7 atlantic st 

Finley, W P president Charleston college 12 montague st 
Fimkemsteadt, G grocer 1 king st 
Finn, £ laborer 1 Washington at 
Finnegan, J sea captain 12 market st 

" John tailor 188 king st, 21 Franklin st 
Fishburn, Robert planter St Paul's pa, 257 east-bay 
Fisher, John tailor meeting st 

«• S W clerk 248 king st, 21 friend st 
'< mrs S milliner 252 king st 
*< S planter Summerville, 252 king st 
<' F bootmaker 6 tradd st 
** John dry goods 209 east-bay 
Fitch, W M, m. d., 78 meeting st, cor wentworth and 

pitt st 
Fitz, John blacksmith hanover st 
" Wm blacksmith hanover st 
Fitzgerald, M laborer 26 state st 
Fitzpatrick, A F clerk 80 east-bay, 52 tradd st 

" P clerk 100 east-bay, 52 tradd st 

Fitzsimons, B saddler and harness maker, 282 king st 
'^ R T saddler and harness maker 282 king st 

" mrs E 26 hasel st 

'^ C, m. d., 26 hasel st 

Flack, G W watchmaker 40 anson st 
Flagg, C B attorney 59 meeting st, 15 archdale st 

« E B, m. d , 15 archdale st 
Fleeken, Frederick laborer woolfe st 
Fleming, Wm clerk cor king and market st, king st 
" D F & CO boots and shoes 43 hayne st 
•* D F boots and shoes 43 hayne, Charleston ho*l 
" Robt candy manufacturer 269 king st 
'^ James laborer 20 tradd st 
Flinn, James clerk 54 east-bay, 29 church st 



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Rizm, John clerk 54 east-baj. 29 church tt 
'^ Michael 129 east-bay 
" Martin, guardman america st 
Flood, J clerk 1 16 church st 
Fludd, J S clerk central wharf, spring st 

^' mrs spring st 
Flynn, J T draper and tailor 30 broad st, new si 
Fobb, Wm clerk 264 king st 
Forbes, R tin-plate worker and tin roofer 22 tradd st 
Fogartie, S accountant 23 wall st 

" A clerk 253 king st, 59 beaufain st 
" mrs A teacher 23 wall st 
" mrs S 3 1 George st 
K " Ed bricklayer, calhoun at, ward 6 

Folger, packer 8 middle st 
Folker, P H teacher cannon st 

" EG clerk S C R R, radcliffe st 
i^. " Octavus clerk vanderhorst st 

Follin, G tobacconist 1 69 meeting st, cor meeting and 

society st 
Fonda, D A clerk 234 and 236 king st 
Foote, mrs C 113 king st 
w Foran, J J clerk 181 east-bay, 231 east-bay 
V' Force, B W & J P & co, boots and shoes, 21 hayne st 
" B W boots and shoes 21 hayne st, I hasel st 
" J P boots and shoes 21 hayne st, Augusta Ga 
V' Ford, B boots and shoes 99|: east-bay, ashlej st 
" J D student 23 broad st, 97 broad st 
" FA attorney 4 1 broad st, 97 broad st 
•« W H student 97 broad st 
" Ford, Lewis carver 92 queen st 
" miss C H 7 macbride's lane 
Fordham, R church st 

" W R livery stables chalmer st, meeting, w*d 5 
Forest, mrs S 9 1 wentworth st 

Forest, John pastor 1st Presbyterian church, rear court-ho 
Foren, J J clerk 36 1 king st 
Forrest, Francis bootmaker st philip st, ward 6 
Forrester, A engineer 58 anson st 
Forsyth, W C clerk 350 king st, 30 burn's lane 
Fosket, mrs S A dressmaker st philip st, ward 6 

" Alex mail contractor, st philip st, ward 6 
Foster, Charles clerk 37 hayne st, 72 wentworth ^ 



Foster, W B clerk Bank State S C, 72 wentworth at 

Eowle, G M & CO. com mers vanderhorst wharf 
" G M com mer vanderborat wharf 

Fowler, A D clerk 244 king 8t, 83 queen st 
'< W.m sailor boarding bedons allej 
<' Jos seaman 68 queen st 

Fox, mrs M 22 laurens st 

*< Wm wharfinger fitzsimon's wharf, 22 laurens st 
" \Sarah, 38 st phiiip st 

Frahna, F coppersmith 34 state st 

Francis, B shoemaker 174 east bay 
" John barber 316^ king Bt 
<< G M saddler 344 king st 

Francois, S clerk 23 market st 

Franklin, Linguard cor king and ann st 

Fraser, J E fac and com mer 1 southern whf, 91 tradd^t 
<< John &> GO, fac and com mer central wharf 
'< John, fac and com mer central wharf, 3 short st 
" A clerk 13 exchange st, 30 tradd st 
" W S clerk fire proof building, meeting st, ward 5 
" John J conductor S C R R, 273 king st 
« Charles, 35 king st 
« mrs M 91 tradd st 

*^ Samuel bootmaker 2 archdale st, beaufain st 
*< John tailor, 16 st phiiip st, radcliffe st 

Frazer, C P w.arm bath establishment 67 meeting st 
<^ J M accountant 213 king st, 67 meeting st 

Fredsberg, J M olerk 20 east-bay 

Freeman, W seaman 7 longitude lane 
" mrs. J america st 

Freer, Isaac clerk rutledge st, ward 8 

French, John clerk 40 east-bay, planter's hotel 
" Henry overseer Charleston factory, lineet 

Frender, £ butcher woolfe st 

Frey, Jos clerk 201 king st, 50 queen st 

Fripp, J A 1 LamboU st 

Frierson, Miss £ 11 burns lane 

Froeliah, N conductor S O R R, woofe st 

Froneberger, Caleb boots and shoes 165 meeting, Ch'n Vi 

Frost, £ H clerk adger's wharf, 110 tradd st 
'' £ D clerk adger's wharf, 110 tradd st 
<< Edward judge 110 tradd st 
*<< Thomas attorney st michael'a alley^ 110 tradd i^ 



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Frost, H R, m. d., 68 broad st, 70 broad st 

Fryer, W DeB accountant, 250 king st, 27 broad st 

" mrs E music teacher 27 broad st 
Fuller, T A 52 Calhoun st 

'* R clerk cor king and market sts, 204 king st 
" Benjamin planter st andrew's parish, 24 broad st 
! ** mrs M paine court 

j ** John guardman, spring st 

I Fulmer, John woolfe st 
I Furman, C M president Bank S C, above bank 

" R K planter Daniel's Island, 9 ardhdale st 
I Furst, Daniel carpenter bedon's alley 

I G-. 

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• Gadsden, Jan^es factor commercial wharf, 11 coming st 
U^ ** James & co factors 62 east-bay, 
" James factor 62 east-bay, ann st 
^^ " T N broker chalmer st, 5 church st 

^' F porter and out-door clerk Bank State S C, 
meeting st, ward 5 
Gadsden, Benjamin planter goose creek, 1 1 coming st 
i " Richard, farmer meeting st, ward 7 

" P bishop Charleston district, alexander st 
^ Gaetjens, G spirit dealer 104 east-bay, 39 broad st 
Gafry, John clerk 45 hayne st, market st 
Gage, James sea captain 98 queen st 
^-^ Gaillard and Snowden, fac and com mer 6 southern wharf 
'* P C fac and com mer 6 southern whf, smith lane 
" F P clerk central wharf, 19 state st 
" T P clerk 24 vendue range, court-house square 
*^ mrs S court house square 
« P 0, m. d., 60 broad st 
^ mrs E 1 3 pitt st 
** mrs E ann st 

*' A P planter St Andrew's parish, smith's lane 
" mrs A 3 meeting st 
I Galagher, D clerk planters hotel 

Galdman, L A butcher 24 st philip st 
I Gall, R W clerk 253 king st^ cor went worth and king st 
Gallagher, D tinner, king st, ward 6 
Gallaway, miss M milliner 181 king st 
Galliot, Alexis segar manufacturer, 161 east-baj 
Galy, Arthur 36 anson st 



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Gamage, Edward 30 society st 
Gambatti, A music teacher 88 king st 
Gamble, Samuel clerk 179 king st 

" & son jewellers 185 kingst 

" James jeweller 185 king st 

^' Richard jeweller 185 king st 
Gannon, R dry goods 130 church st 

" T bar keeper planter's hotel 

^ mrs private boarding 42 state st 
Gant, Huff & Gant, fac and com mers, accomodation whf 
'^ J L fac and com mer accomodation wharf, comer of 
coming and warren sts 
Gant, Edward fac and com mer accomodation whf, corner 

coming and warren sts 
Gant, T J register in equity, court-house 

" R S clerk 82 east-bay, 158 east-bay 
Ganthier, F teacher citadel academy, cannon st 
Garborn, A grocer charlotte st 
Garden, R H accountant 45 hayne st, 10 middle st 

^* mrs E rntledge st, ward 6 
Garden, B druggist 162 king st 
Gardner, A Y clerk 250 king st 

" J M watchmaker 250 king st, 15 broad st 

•' Elias king st, ward 6 

" Maria st philip st, ward 6 
Garrette, Samuel tailor st philip st, ward 8 

*< J W clerk 167 meeting st, 104 queen st 
*< G bootmaker 75 church st, 104 queen st 

" John planter charlotte st 

^< mrs private boarding 104 queen st 
Garrick, F blacksmith spring st 
Garrity, grocer 22 south-bay 

" B grocer 5 south-bay 

" Thomas porter 139 meeting st, 32 queen st 
Gary, mrs E king st, ward 7 
Gates, Thomas butcher, cannon st 
Gatewood, W C 17 legare st 
Gaugan, AE warren st 

Gayer, W J coachmaker 142 meeting st, 146 meeting st 
Gayser, mrs B 43 archdale st 
Geddings, Eli physician 16 george st 
Geddes, mrs O planter, 14 rutledge st 
Gehis, J H com merchant 32 vendue range, 28 queen st 



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Geiger, P mechanic 121 meeting st 
Geissel, H grocer cor concord and hasell st9 
Genther, N baker 4 wall st 
George, John clerk 40 east-baj 
^' Wiley mason, 58 queen st 
" Reuben engineer railroad, sires alley 
Gerard, P G 23 franklin st 
Gerdis, £ grocer cor asbley and doughty sts 
<^ Gerdts, H grocer 203 east-bay 
" G H grocer 43 archdale st 
Grervias, Dr J L^ planter st John's, rutledge st, ward 6 
Gervias, rev Paul T 23 legare st 

'' Paul T jr, planter st John's island, 23 legare st 
i^ Gibbon, J & G E com mchts gillon st 

'^ John com mcht gillon st, 23 broad st 
'^ G £ com mcht gillon st, 94 broad st 
" G 9 new st 
^ Gibbs, J S com mcht adger's whf, 5 short st 
" Dr £ A 10 george st 

" W G com mcht boyce k, co's whf, 29 friend st 
** J Reeves clerk 56 east-bay, 66 tradd st 
i *^ " J B wharfinger atlantic whf, 83 broad st 
^ J B accountant adger's whf, 83 broad st 
'* HP medical student, 66 tradd st 
« W H 92 tradd st 
W- •* J S coal yard palton's whf, 46 calhoun st 
^ Lewis prof Charleston college, 51 calhoun st 
** mrs £09 short st 
'' B S cor John and elizabeth sts 
" Mary mantuamaker 25 st philip st 
^ Gibsen, A E accountant atlantic whf, alexander st 

** J R clerk 43 hayne st, 1 hasell st 
i- " DC attorney 84 church st, 172 meeting st 
" mrs £ 172 meeting st 
« mrs C B 21 franklin st 
' " W C freight collector, 2 glebe st 
*' Alexander, alexander st 
" Wm Columbus st 
Gidiere, M dry goods 338 king st 
'< Jos clerk 338 king st 
^' John music teacher, 338 king st 
Gilbert, S H printer, church st 
<< & Chapin, coachmakers 35 and 40 wentworth st 



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Gilbert, E M 35 and 40 wentworth st, 249 king 6t 
Gilbreth, N M painter, 91 market st 
Gilchrist, R B, U S Judge, chalmers st, 245 east- bay 
" R C attorney chalmers st, 245 east-bay 

^' James assistant cleik bank south Carolina 

^< J M broker and auctioneer 10 state st 

Gill, John carpenter, spring st 

Gillespie, A L dry goods 37 hayne st, Charleston hotel 
Gillilands, Howell & Co, dry goods hayne st 
" W H dry goods hayne st, 24 hasell st 
" WD dry goods hayne st, 29 hasell st 
" James dry goods hayne st, society st 
Gilman, S pastor unitarian church, 7 orange st 

" mrs C Columbus st 
Ginane, James wheelwright, king st, ward 5 
Ginard, Dennis drayman, king st, ward 6 
Girardeau, mrs M T, 50 broad st 

" medical student, 50 broad st 

" E F clerk west end montague st, 28^ m'tgue 

Gist, J L clerk 288 king st, 26 marsh st 

" B H st philip st, ward 6 
Gitsinger, George clerk cor east-bay and adger's whf, 22 
Cumberland st 
** BR city inspector, 22 Cumberland st 
Given, James painter, 32 queen st 
" W boots and shoes 359 king st 
" Sarah coming st, ward 6 
Glade, I H clerk 29 king st 
Gladen, mrs M 48 george st 
Glahn, A Von dry goods 230 king st 
Glaser, John bootmaker 13 queen st , 

Gleason, J E professor of music 10 horlbeck alley 

" mrs E P private boarding 236 king st 
Glen D L daguerreotypist 221 king st, beaufainst 
Glen, T C clothier 261 king st 
" mrs M shop-keeper 10 archdale st 
" W M, m. d., corner meeting and reid sts 
" John cor meeting and reid sts 
Glovers & Davis, com mers central wharf 
" S L com mer central wharf, doughty st 
*' S com mer central wharf, Orangeburg district 
^" Adam clerk 54 east-bay, 16 Cumberland st 
** G A saddler chalmers st, 28 tradd st 



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Glover, mrs C H teacher B C S hall, 7 orange st 
Gljn, Geo coach trimmer, horlbeck alley 
Godefroj, A tailor 58 state st 

Golsmith, Henry clerk court-house square, 54 beaufain st 
^ Maurice, d*y U S marshal chalmer st, 98 tradd 
*» J H, m. d., 98 tradd st 
" N nassau st 
Goldstein, J jeweller 153 king st 
GonfxejTville, mrs H milk seller cor columbus and nassau 
Gontvegne, P cutler manufacturer 43 queen st 
V- Gonzalez, B com mer 15 exchange st, 4 george st 
Goodrich, mrs private boarding 80 market st 
*' N E butcher, cannon st 
V Goodwin, G M com mer 94 east-bay, 43 George st 
*^ Wm M printer 70 meeting st 
Gordon, James plumber 127 meeting st 
'^ Alex hardware 15 broad st 
" Miss C 6 west st 

" L G accountant, st michaeVs alley, 9 friend st 
" John grocer king st, ward 5 
'^ " C P accountant ashley st 

** J B planter Georgia, west end calhoun st 
" John butcher america st 
" ^ Robert, bootmaker cor nassau and mary sts 
'< James clerk 349 king st 
Gorman, mrs M 7 tradd st 

" Michael laborer 7 tradd st 
" John laborer 7 tradd st 
** James laborer 7 traSd st 
Gosprey, F carpenter meeting st, ward 5 
Gotgen, John grocer 65 east-bay 
Gouf, Charles bricklayer morris st 
Gouldsmith, Rice cabinet maker 91 wentworth st 
^ Gourdin, Matthiesen & co com mer commercial wharf 
" Henry com mer commercial whf, cor south-bay 

and meeting st 
" R N com mer commercial wharf, cor south-bay 
and meeting st 
I, u ^ Allston factor 56 east-bay, 21 legare st 
" P G 43 east-bay 
« T, m. d , 106 church st, 31 east-bay 
f ' " T S attorney 34 broad st, alexander st 
Gowan & son watchmakers 54 meeting st 

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Gowan, A H watchmaker 54 meeting st, 8 south-bay 

" P watchmaker 54 meeting st, 8 south-bay 

" Susan spring st 

'< Sarah, spring st 
Gradick, C C butcher 28 calhoun st 

" C C jr clerk S O R R, 28 calhoun st 

" Henry, clerk S C R R, 28 calhoun st 
Grady, James tailor 144 king st 

" Augustus tailor 157 east-bay, 144 king st 

" Patrick drayman 32 queen st 

" A P collector meeting st, ward 5 
Graham, John clerk kayne st, 198 king st 

" miss A M dressmaker 222^ king st 

" Daniel conductor S C R R, marion st 
Granston, Geo bootmaker 28 anson st 
Grant, F W 176 king st 

*' Jane brewsters alley 

" Lucinda paine court 
Grainger, Charles ship carpenter cannon st 
Gravely, John hardware 58 east-bay, 28 broad st 

" C clerk 58 east-bay, 28 broad st 
Graves, A D factor Howard wharf, 82 Wentworth st 

" D Des planter goose creek, 4 friend st 

" Charles 33 society st 
Graver, H clerk 87 east-bay 

" John grocer 357 king st 
Gray, J W master in equity fire-proof bdg, 88 beaufainst 
" A P clerk fire-proof building, 21 coming st 
*« H y clerk U S C chalmer st, calhoun st, ward 6 

" J B 24 society st 

" Flora 25 college st 

" J F teacher 5 burns lane 

" AH painter 5 burns lane 

'* Jane 3 coming st 

" mrs R 3 coming st 
Grayson, W J collector custom-house, 64 tradd st 
" Henry clerk custom house, 64 tradd st 
Grazer, C A factor and com mcht 13 central whf, 236 

king st 
Gready, J R clerk *Z53 king st, 204 king st 
Greaton^ John inspector Charleston insurance and trust co, 

45 tradd st 
Green & Redmonds, com mchts commercial whf 



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t^Green, J F com mcht commercial whf, charlotte st 

*' R M clerk commercial whf, charlotte st 

^* J F clerk 54 east-bay, charlotte at 

'' Jacob livery stable 12 Chalmers st, 10 Chalmers st 

" J clerk 12 Chalmers st, 10 chalmers st 

" miss E 30 tradd st 

•* Patrick tailor 19 anson st 

" W R stevedore, mott's lane 

'* Owen tailor 95 queen st 

« T P Washington st, ward 5 

" J H carpenter, america st 
Greenhill, mrs 3 greenhill st 
Greenland, M physician meeting st, 28 archdale st 

'' George mason, 30 middle st 

Greenleaf, boiler maker, 21 pinckneyst 
V Greer, W tavern keeper 131 east-bay, 15 state st 

V « & White, tavern keepers 280 king st 
" J M bookseller 207 king st 

V Gregg, Hayden & Co, jewelry and silver ware 260 king st\^ 

•' Wm 250 king st, calhoun st, ward 6 
Gregorie, J L bursar citadel academy 
Gregory, A cooper, 36 calhoun st 

" F M culler 143 east-bay, 26 middle st 
Grierson, J C mechanic, 108 east-bay 

" J W clerk 245 king st, 79 wentworth st 

V Griggs, H S treasurer savings institution, 31 society st 
Grifiitch, mrs M J 41 wall st 

Grimbly, J B planter, 6 south-bay 
Grimke, mrs T S 42 south bay 

" T D physician 42 south-bay 
" mrs 13 savage st 
" John physician 48 st philip st 
" Henry planter st pauPs parish, cor amherst and 
bay sis 
Griner, mrs A baker 10 anson st 
Groning, Lewis 249 king st 
Groves, J A clerk 153 meeting st 

" mrs £ private boarding 1 queen st 
Grouver, Michael saddler 302 king st, laurens st 
Gruber, G H clerk 222 king st, reid st 
Gruver, W plasterer, 114 wentworth st 
y Guenebault, Thos H professor of frenoh, 156 meeting st 
, Guenveur, S F bookbinder, 118 king st 






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Guenveur, J U accountant, 118 king st 

** miss J china dealer 1 18 king st 
Guerard, J J accountant cor east-baj and vanderhoist's 
whf| east-bay 
^^ O J planter st peter^s parish, rutledge st, ward 
Gueny, P C clerk 182 king st, east-baj 

" G 2 price's alley 
Gunnison, J A com mcht 88 east-bay, 86 tradd st 
Gutman, G jeweller 18 st philip st 
Guy, T B com mcht 106 east-bay 
" James carpenter, Clifford st 
'' Joseph carpenter, cannon st 
Guymer, A accountant east-bay, coming st, ward 6 
GyleS; J A magistrate and attorney, 18 broad st 

H. 

Habenish, F grocer 4 tradd st 

acker, G S car builder, king st, ward 7 ' 
<' Thomas machinist, king st, ward 7 
Hafers, Henry proprietor european hotel 
Hagan, mrs L 10 Clifford st 
Hagood, G W piano tuner and repairer 251 king st, 318 

king st 
Hahn, J C clerk 6 market st 
Hahnbaum, mrs £ R 22 pitt st 
Haig, H M physician 20 meeting st 

" Alex planter st andrew's parish, ashley st 

" Geo planter st andrew's parish, rutledge st, ward 6 
Haines, nirs Isabella Washington st, ward 5 

** George laborer, bedon's alley 
Halgrave, Nancy baker 30 meeting st 
Hall, A M accountant de wee's whf, 10 liberty st 

" H & W P com mchts central whf 

" H T com mcht central whf, cor church and queen 

'' W P com mcht central whf, cor church and queen 

" mrs M S 346 king st 

** J J furniture 1 1 4 king st 

" J A clerk 253 king st, charlerton hotel 

*^ Wm physician 263 east-bay 

" C G clerk central whf, 263 east-bay 

" mrs 16 liberty st 

" Charlotte 28 coming st 

'< Jacob fireman, cor columbus and nassau sts 



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Hallaway, R porter hayne st, 70 beaufain st 
Halsall, W H railroad conductor, columbus st 
HalsoD, Wm porter 76 east-bay, cor church and Chalmers 
Haly, John drayman, king st, ward 6 
Ham, W engineer, 91 church st 
Hamill, Thomas wheelwright 24 Washington st 
Hamilton, W M accountant 80 east-bay, meeting st 
*^ A coach trimmer, meeting st 
" J coachmaker, meeting st 
'* Gavin carpenter 6 queen st 
'* J L sea captain, 9 queen st 
'* Diana 8 st philip st 
Hamlin, James clerk 74 east bay, ill wentworth st 
" G blacksmith, 1 1 1 wentworth st 
** Edward printer, 23 concord st 
'* mrs M 1 gadsden st 
'* Thomas mason, 1 gadsden st 
'< John coachmaker, 1 gadsden st 
*< Moore carpenter, 1 gadsden st 
^ Hammarskold, architect 122 east-bay, logan st 
Hammond, A L physician 29 meeting st 
Hampden, mrs S 12 orange st 
I Hanahan, J cooper adger's whf, 136 tradd st 

^' James ship carpenter, 48 king st 
r Hanckel, T M & C F attorneys 21 broad st 

" T M attorney 21 broad st, 17 hasell st 
" OF attorney 21 broad st, 62 calhoun st 
" John book-keeper bank state so ca, thomas st 
Hancker, C F grocer 20 anson st 
Hancock, H baker, 103 queen st 
Hannasy, Thomas hardware 38 king st 
Hannington, Thomas painter, 32 queen st 
Hauscheldt, P grocer 16 queen st 
Happoldt, A A clerk 137 meeting st, state st 
^ « J M gunsmith 45 state st 
^< J H gunsmith 45 state st 
" B G gunsmith 45 state st 
** CD farmer, cannon st 
** Wm clerk railroad, cannon st 
" J P clerk, cannon st 
" Albert butcher, cannon st 
" Edward cannon st 
** L coach trimmer, 16 wall st 
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Haupt, J miller, bennett's mill 

" A J miller, lucas' mill 
HarberS| J clerk 141 meeting st, cor meeting and ann sts 
«* H F grocer 3 coming st 
" G H grocer 19 coming st 
Harbess, C H grocer cor meeting and ann sts 
Harbeson, John dry goods 350 king st, mary st 
•* J S clerk 1 36 king st 
'* Joseph clerk 204 king st, mary st 
Harden, W T R dry goods 8 market st 
Hare, R W saddler 39 hayne st, 1 1 hasell st 
Hargrove, John slater, 6 smith st 

" Thomas spinner, columbus st 
Harleston, Ed measurer custom house, rutledge st, ward 6 
" J clerk 114 east-bay, rutledge st, ward 6 
" Lydia 12 mazyck st 
" miss E rutledge st, ward 6 
" Summers planter, cannon st 
" TO charlotte st 
Harlle, Thomas factor boyce & co's whf, planter's hotel 
Harlow, Michael laborer, morris st 
Harly, Isaac clerk 70 east-bay, 28 meeting st 
'* H J blacksmith, 28 meeting st 
'' T W boots and shoes corner king and calhoun sts, 
ridgeville village 
'Harms, C grist-mill cor coming and cannon sts 
Harper, F M printer, 17 friend st 

*' J M clerk 1 1 broad st 
Hsrrall, Hare & Co, saddlers 39 hayne st 
*• Wm saddler 39 hayne st, 4 glebe st 
" James druggist 25 hayne st, 46 st philip st 
Harris, John factor central whf 
«' C F clerk 54 east bay, 236 king st 
" H bookbinder, 36 wentworth st 
" J fruiter 39 market st 
Harrersburg, H grocer 16 archdalest 
Harrisson, J W paints and oils 72 meeting st 
" John paints and oils 72 meeting st 
« D W bookseller 17 Chalmers st, queen st 
<' James bootmaker 33 beaufain st 
Harrman, H tanner, cannon st 
Harron, John clerk railroad, smith st, ward 6 
Hart, S N hardware cor king and market, 197 ineetingfii 



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Hart, Samuel bookseller 300 king 8t, 7 aiken row 
^ C laborer 45 king st 
'* Eliza mantua maker calhoun st, ward 5 
Hartman, J F grocer, meeting st, ward 5 
Hartz, J H grocer 19 meeting st 
Harvy, J import inspector custom house, 78 queen st 

" Geo 7 church st 

'* mrs Isabella 78 queen st 

" mrs E 23 wall st 
^ Haseltine & Walton, boots and shose 137 meeting st 

" Albert boots and shoes 137 meeting, Charrn ho'l 
" Wm dry goods 37 hayne st, Charleston hotel 
Haselton, D B machinist 91 beaufain st 
Hasel, Maria 25 Clifford st 

Haskell, W E planter, St Paul's parish, calhoun st, w'd 6 
Hass, John wheelwright 81 queen st 
Hasset, Roger mason 110 meeting st 

" James laborer 9 tradd st 
Hastadt, H grocer cor king and woolfe st 
Hatch L M com mer 120 meeting st, 8 society st 

" Wm ship carpenter 76 ansom st 

" G W pressman church st 
Hatcher, Benjamin carpenter meeting st, ward 7 
Hauck, J H accountant 30 laurens st 
Haven, mrs E dry goods 10 anson st 
p Havilland, Harrall & co druggist 25 hayne st, 260 king 
Hawkesworth, W professor Charleston college, 69 broeS 
Hawkins, Rev J 36 wentworth st 
Hay, R G clerk 155 meeting st 
^ A seaman 40 state st 
** W M attorney st. michael's alley 
Hayden, H S jeweller 250 king st, 10 green st 

" AH jeweller 250 king st, 6 glebe st 

" Thomas 1 1 lynch st 
Hayer, John 66 state st 
Hayne, W E clerk 35 hayne st, 1 church st 

" A B, m. d., 24 king st 

** I W attorney general 30 broad st, 6 logan st 

" W A attorney 48 broad st, 26 king st 

« Col A P 19 logan st 

" mrs W E 1 church st 

" miss M 25 meeting st 

^ miss A 25 meeting st 



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Hayne, E D carpenter 58 anson st 

" mrs W D st philip st, ward 6 

" mrs E alexander st 

" P law student alexander st 
Hajnsworth, G D olerk 243 king, cor meeting and market 
Hays, mrs M 26 queen st 
Hazard, John dry goods king st, ward 6 
Headly, John brass worker hard alley 
Heagan, J R clerk 193 king st 
Heart, John editor mercury 121 east-bay 
Heath, mrs H 9 calhoun st 

" Samuel engineer bee st 
Heckman, accountant laurens st, wentworth st 
Hedderly, Geo sires st 
Hedley, J L 22 king st 

*' Eugenia 13 west st 
Heeseman, John clerk 64 meeting st 
Heesenbutle, G grocer 16 meeting st 
Heflferon, John saddler, 35 society st 
Hei, E grocer cor hanover and amherst st 
Heidt, V house furnisher 271 and 315 king st 
Heine, W draper and tailor 133 king st 
Heins, John clerk 12 st philip st 

" D grocer 29 bull st 

" Wm drayman 31 calhoun st 
Heischel, L grocer 12 st philip st 
Helinken, C grocer cor woolfe and nassau sts 
Hely, miss E M dressmaker 73 king st 
Hemmet, Sarah chapel st 
Henderson, J M D printer 102 church st 

" Alexander blacksmith 31 wentworth st 

Hendrix, R E com mer 124 east-bay, pavilion hotel 

" C F grocer king st, ward 6 

<< L C assistant conductor S G R R, st philip et 
ward 6 

» R F clerk S C R R, cannon st 

" H W moulder, cannon st 
Henegar, C clerk 137 meeting st, victoria hotel 
Henken, H grocer king st, ward 6 
Hennesay, Peter porter 219 king st, 4 Clifford st 

<< G shoes and hats king st, ward 6, John fit 
Henry, G W factor vanderhorst wharf, meeting st 

•' W T clerk 25 hayne st, 236 king st 



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Henrj, E clerk 5 Lajne st, Charleston hotel 

*' EL clerk 244 king st, 3 liberty st 

" Henry, W S machinist 14 wentworth st 

" J T mason 14 wentworth st 

" E tavern keeper market st, 3 liberty st 

^ Geo meeting st, ward 5 

'* M C carpenter america st 
Henshall, G H grocer 1 calhoun st 
Herbe, M dry goods 67 state st 
/'Herckenrath, Wragg & co ship and com mer adgers wht 
" L J ship and com mer adger's wharf 

Heriot, W G accountant vanderhorst whf, 71 beaufain st 
k « OB com mer 20 east-bay, 13 Legare st 

'^ & Brailsford com mer 4 gill on st 
L- " B G com mer 4 gillon st, 86 beaufain st 

*' G A clerk atlantic wharf, 66 tradd st 
' " W J clerk gas works 66 twidd st 

'* J R superintendent gas works 66 tradd st 
' *' W B underwriter 4 broad st, 5 king st 

" mrs R 23 montague st 

" Daniel clerk S G R R, 23 montague st 

" mrs D teacher cor thomas and radcliffe sts 

" mrs E F warren st 
Hernandez, J J clerk 243 king st, east-bay 
Hernholm, A fruiterer 333 king st 
' Heron, Geo com mer 1 1 central whf, mansion house 

" Nicholas Judith st 
Hervy, C L clerk 153 meeting st, 8 liberty st 
Herrin, W B carpenter 3 1 bull st 
Hersey, G W clerk 229 king st, 82 queen st 
Hertisch, B bootmaker 13 queen st 
Herwig, W worsted dealer 239 king st, 249 king st 
Hertz, A E accountant adger's wharf, king st 

" J E clerk 110 east-bay, queen st 

** F E accountant, cor king and market sts, 67 king 

« T E 67 king st 
Heslope, W clerk 91 church st 
Hess, Jacob spring st 
Hevy, mrs teacher 1 1 1 church st 
Hewess, Elias engineer 10 anson st 
He wit, G W clerk 18 vanderhorst st, 13 lynch st 

" O H P clerk 26 hayne st, pavilion hotel 
Hey, Henry, clerk 87 king st 



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Heyer, J H grocer spring st 

Hejnes, J D collector 13 prices alley 

Hey ward, T J clerk 40 east-bay, 63 calhoun st 

'^ Daniel planter 17 east battery 

" J B planter 90 broad st 

*• W H planter 4 legare st 

" Charles planter 251 east-bay 

'^ mrs A J 63 calhoun st 

'' Arthur planter Georgia, charlotte st 

'' Charles, planter combahee, chapel st 

" mrs S 3 aiken row 

« E B H bay st 
Hicky, mrs E 8 middle st 
Hiens, H grocer 103 meeting st 
Highams & co com mers 71 east-bay 

" Thomrs com mer 71 east-bay, England 
Hilken, J H grocer cor coming and spring sts 
Hill, N B com mer atlantic wharf, Columbia 
" John fancy goods 60 queen st 
" F C artist 13 cliflford st 
'< W M bootmaker 38 beaufain st 
" John 19 mazyck 
'' John carpenter nassau st 
Hillegiss, mrs 1 1 Franklin st 
Hillen. J bootmaker, cor king and ann st 
Hilliam T restaurant 107 eastf-bay, 67 broad st 
Hillier, mrs J private boarding 67 broad st 
Hills, C E clerk 258 king st 
Hilson, John grocer meeting st, ward 5 
Hinck, H M publisher " Tueton" 3 queen st 
Hincken, Jacob grocer 32 bull st 
Hinckley, C E clerk 260 king st, 236 king st 
Hinnies, Wm clerk 43 archdale st 
Hinson, mrs seamstress 12 tradd st 
Hippins, mrs P 10 went worth st 
Hirsehfeld, H, m. d., 4 chalmer st 
Hislop, W clerk colton-piess 31 wall st 

" mrs S mantilla maker 31 wall st 
Hobbs, W seedsman and florist king st 
Hodge, mrs F hanover st 
Hockaday, W livery stable 3 chalmer st 
HofF, J C stationer 10 broad st 

'^ John tailor 190 meeting st, st philip st 



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Hoffman, H grocer cor ashlej and cannon sts 
Hogan, M D tavern keeper 125 east-bay, 14 state st 
** Patrick clerk 125 east-bay 
^* Richard cotton mcht 127 east-bay, radcliffe st 
" xnrs milliner 3 19 king st 
" Ed laborer, jasper's court 
Hogarth, H cooper longitude lane, 40 church st 
Holcombe, E clerk 135 meeting st, commercial hotel 
Holland, E C wharfinger commercial whf, ashley st 
" P G dry goods cor broad and king sts, cor friend 
and tradd sts 
Holey, Henry fireman, line st 
Hollens, B grocer line st 
Holloway, C carpenter, 29 beaufain st 
** Charles carter, 29 beaufain st 

" Richard carpenter, 38 mazyck st 

" Samuel carter, 67 calhoun st 

" Henry segar maker, coming st, ward 8 

" Adeline 3 mazyck st 
" Mary 17 college st 

" C mantuamaker 58 calhoun st 

Holmes, Isaac clerk 13 southern whf 

*' R L clerk vanderhorst*s whf, charlotte st 
* *' A F appraiser custom house, 13 east-battery 
" J B physician 85 church st, 13 east-battery 
'< J J cashier southwestern r r bank, 13 east-battery 
" EH collector, st michael's alley, 13 east-battery 
*" *• J H com mcht central wharf, I wall st 

" W P clerk 4 vendue r, cor tradd and council sts 
*• John carpenter, 110 meeting st 
" WE clerk 120 meeting st, charlotte st 
" J L book-keeper bank of Charleston. 5 pitt st 
" Dr H M planter cooper river, 2 council st 
" M R 2 council fet 

** Drayton col lector, st michaePs alley, 1 3 church st 
" J V gunsmith 64 queen st, 32 coming st 
« W H charlotte st 
** EG charlotte st 
** Auber 35 archdale st 
" F M sexton st peter*s church, 13 mazyck st 
^ " FS professorin Charleston college, 58 stphilipst 

" Lydia 21 rutledgest 
Holstan, Elias guardman, spring st 



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Holton, M pastry cook, 31 Cumberland st 

" mrs M mantuamaker 16 Clifford st 
Honour, John H pres ch'n ins and trust co, John st 
" WE John st 
" Thomas bookbinder, mary st 
*' J H jr, penny-postman, cor calhoun and coming st 
" J Lawrence supt street upper wards, John st 
Hood, mrs E toyshop 1 16 king st 
Hook, C clerk, 19 south-bay 

Hopkins, Hudson & Co, fac and com mchts central whf 
" L fac and com mcht central whf, augusta Ga 
" J A cooper adger's whf, 28 church st 
Hopley, Q A&, Co, fac and com mchts atlantic whf 
'* G A fac and com mcht atlantic whf, cor le^are 
and tradd sts 
Horas, John poultry dealer, king st, ward 7 
Horin, Michael laborer, bedon's alley 
Hories, W clerk, 38 church st 
Horlbeck & Brothers, brickburners and layers 

" H bricklayer, cor calhoun and meeting sts 
". John bricklayer, cor calhoun and meeting sts 
" E bricklayer, 7 horlbeck alley 
* " Daniel clerk aourt common pleas, court house, 
cor calhoun and meeting sts 
" Peter physician 1 1 1 broad st 
" Elias physician 8 coming st 
" mrs M 46 beaufain st 
** J F grocer cor pinckney and anson sts 
Horry, A E tailor 62 market st 
" mrs E 39 meeting st 
" W B S planter santee river, 39 meeting st 
" E S planter santee river, 39 meeting st 
" P T planter santee river, 39 meeting st 
** J E planter santee river, 39 meeting st 
Horsey, mrs private boarding 155 east-bay 
" F clerk lOl east-bay, 155 east-bay 
" T M & Co, hats and caps 23 hayne st , 

<f T M hats and caps 23 hayne st, 42 anson st ! 
Horton, T A P tin and hardware 120 meeting st, 10 glebe stj 
Hosch & Fleming, candy manufacturers 269 king st 

« Wm candy manufacturer 269 king st 
Hosegood, George engineer, 89 ^ east-bay 
Hotson, Timothy carter, st philip st, wajd 6 



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Houle, H bootmaker 13 queen et 
Houseman, mrs boots and shoes 99 east-bay 
Houston, W H builder and contractor, charlotte st 
" Robert tailor, king st, ward 5 
^ Howard, S E clerk commercial whf, 259 east-bay 

*< H M naval officer custom house, 259 east-bay 
' *' Lee, d'y naval officer custom-house, 259 east-bay 
" J L clerk central wharf, 259 east-bay 
'< T L accountant iitzsimon's wharf. 259 east-bay 
" M drayman 8 east-bay 
Howe, Silas 29 archdale st 
Howell, S S dry goods hayne st, 9 hasel st 
<' S S clerk 135 meeting st, 9 hasel st 
^'Howland & I'aft, com mchts 141 east-bay 

'* WE clerk 141 cor queen and franklin sts 
^ « Wm dry goods 244 king, cor lynch and monta- 

gue sts 
^Hubbell, T C grist mill calhoun st, ward 5 
i. Hubert, C N com mcht 71 east- bay, alexander st 
Huchet, Theo ship and com mcht 10 adger's wharf, 160 
east-bay 
^ " Eugene com mcht adger*s wharf, 160 east-bay 

*' J com mer market st 
V Hudson, J R factor and com mcht atlantic whf, Char*n h*l 

Hudtwalker, T M clerk atlantic wharf, east-bay 
i- Huff, W R factor and com mcht accommodation wharf, 
pavilion hotel 
" John tailor st philip st, ward <5 
" Wm fireman rutledge st, ward 8 
Huffman, Rosa 3 bull st 
1^ Huger and Milliken dry goods 42 east-bay 

" AM dry goods, 42 east-bay, 52 meeting st 
" Alfred postmaster 92 broad st 
" John 109 broad st 
" Daniel 14 south-bay 
«< Col F 10 Lambol st 
'« D E 24 meeting st 

** Benjamin planter st. John's island, calhoun, w'd 6 
" W H, m. d., calhoun st, ward 6 
** Benjamin tailor 60 calhoun st 
" Daniel 61 coming st 
Huggins, miss Elizabeth prii^ate boarding 30 tradd st 
" John ship carpenter coming st, ward 6 
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Hughes, E T clerk vanderhorst wharf, greenhill st 
*' Thos cabinet maker 70 and 74 meeting st 
*< O planter st James island, 1 greenhill st 
Hulbert, J C clerk 1 16 meeting, 1 society st 

" mrs MAI society st 
Hull &f Knevals, drapers and tailors 137 meeting st 
" AS draper and tailor 137 meeting, Charleston hotel 
" S J clerk 39 hayne st, pavilion hotel 
Hulsberg, H grocer 61 tradd st 

Hume, Thomas M broker and auctioneer 28 broad st cor 
thorn as and warren sts 
" Robert planter santee 6 lynch st 
^ *' Dr W teacher experimental science citadel, corner 
mill and ashley sts 
Humme, Henry grocer 102 tradd st 
Hummel, W druggist cor king and mary sts 
Humphreys, J clerk 243 king st, 8 smith st 
'* W carpenter 8 smith st 

" mrs H 8 smith st 

Hunt, N auc & com mcht 20 vendue range, 33 anson st 
" B F & son attbrneys 13 broad st, corner wentworth 

and gadsden st 
" B F jr attorney 13 broad, cor wentworth & gadsden 
Hunteman, J G clerk 29 hayne st, beaufain st 
Hunter, John coming st, ward 6 
Huntington, G M clerk 143 meeting st, 236 king st 
Huntoon, C S clerk 149 meeting st, Charleston hotel 
Hurkampt, John grocer 87 broad st 
Hurst, J L planter's hotel 
Husda, Wm tailor 37 queen st 
HusoA, Geo machinist 6 anson st 
Hussey, S E clerk 1 hayne st, planter's hotel 
Hutchinson, T L meeting st 

" J H clerk commercial wharf, 99^ east-bay 

" C carpenter 120 king st 

Hyams, M ship broker brown's wharf, 47 wentworth st 
** H packer 145 meeting st, east-bay 
" mrs mantua maker 42 king st 
^< Solomon umbrella maker 16 calhoun st 
Hyatt, McBurney & co, dry goods 37 hayne st 

'* M carpenter sires alley 
Hyde J S hardware 139 meeting st, 56 tradd st 
" G A clothing 277 king st 



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Hyer, mrs sires alley 

Hyur, C W musician 113 meeting st 

I. 

Iliffe, Charles shoemaker 120 kingst 

Ingliss, Wm barber 4 queen st 
i Ingraham &> Webb, fac and com mchts comercial wharf 
'^ G H fac and com mchts, commercial wharf, 18 
laurens st 
V Inglesby, W H city treasurer, 4 logan st 

Inness, C M clerk 23 hayne st, Charleston hotel 

Irvin, C tavern-keeper 96 church st 

Irons, W carpenter spring st 

Isaacs, Alexander accountant, 143 meeting, Charleston h'l 

lusta, A W iron worker 31 queen st 

Izard, mrs H 29 legare st 

J. 

Jacobi & son, dry goods 221 king st 

" W J dry goods 221 king st 

" Nathan, dry goods 221 king st 
Jacobs, J S clothier market st 

" G W tinsmith 109 meeting st, king st 

" D jeweller 338^ king st 

'' J G clerk 9 broad st, 1 L smith st 

" Meyer collecting clerk bank S S C, 1 1 smith st 

" mrs D H private boarding 82 queen st 

" mrs M spring st 

" Rev F pastor 2d Presbyterian church, John st 
Jackson, F C clerk 199 king st, 63 meeting st 

" mrs restorer of old paintings 63 meeting 1st 

" Geo house furnisher, 275 king st 
' " Geo jr 275 king st 

*« Thomas clerk 275 king st 

^' George sail maker 52 queen st 

" mrs A P st philip st, ward 6 

" mrs A woolfe st 

'« G W gasfitter woolfe st 
James, Robert book publisher 103 & 105 east-bay, 1 15 br'd 

" Henry carpenter 1 1 pinckney st 

" Wm pilot 11 pinckney st 
Jaques, D H associate editor literary gazette 

" G R shoe dealer spring st 



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Jeaneret, J C accountant bojce's wharf, 46 chuFch st 
Jeffords, Samuel clerk commercial wharf, 7 smith's lane 

" W G clerk adger*s wharf, cor meeting and m'k't 

'< R J clerk 76 east-bay, 9 hasel st 

<< £ A clerk 98 east-bay, 9 hasel st 

<< & Scanlan, blacksmiths, marsh wharf 
-^ ^' James blacksmith marsh wharf, 19 wentworth st 

^ J N clerk cor market and king sts, cor meeting 
and market sts 

" mrs private boarding cor meeting and market sts 
Jenerette, mrs R 5 Philadelphia st 
Jenkins, John superintendent cotton press 95^ east-bay 

« W F 106 church st 

^ OS clerk 21 1 king st, 98 beaufain st 

<* J G engineer 98 beaufain st 
Jennings, David saddlery 157 meeting st, 6montague st 

" AG clothing 26 huynest, Charleston hotel 
Jenny, Robert saddler 344 king st 
Jervy, T D deputy collector custom-house, 3 wall st 

<< JO import inspector custom-house, 104 tradd st 

<' S M 104 tradd st 

" Wm attorney 59 meeting st, 22 george st 

'* Lewis book-keeper state bank, 13 george st 

« J P, m. d., 13 George st 
Jessen, H grocery merchant 139 east-bay 
Jesup, Z R boots and shoes 142 king st 
Jowitt, John printer 48 broad st 
John, D E clerk 143 east-bay, planters hotel 
Johnson^ T W import ins*r custom-house, king st, ward 6 

« T N clerk central wharf, 107 king st 

'• R jr spirit dealer 98 east-bay 

« W wood factor marshall wharf, 73 wentworth st 

« C sea captain 89^ east-bay 

« Andrew clerk 181 east-bay, 14 new street 

(< O E accountant 277 king st, king st, ward 6 

« J L clerk 1 49 meeting st, 240 king st 

« H L clerk, 1 hayne st, Charleston hotel 

« H D clerk 45 hayne st, king st 

^ 3 mechanic stoll's alley 

« Hollis boots and shoes 240 king st 

« Joseph, m. d., 107 king st 

•< B -umbrella and wire-safe maker 263 and 327 
king st 



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Johnson, A S clerk 279 king st, king st, ward 6 

'^ C H clerk 159 meeting st, king st, ward 6 

*< & Smith tailors 316^ king st 

" Joseph druggist 1 1 broad st, 107 king st 

" mrs S 18 anson st 

'^ James tailor 79 queen st 

<' miss teacher 126 queen st 

** mrs S 1 12 qlieen st 

" D P sea captain 14 new street 

" L grocer 1 1 mazjck st 

" J S collector 73 wentworth st ' 

'' mrs M midwife 14 liberty st 

" mrs M 19 montague st 

" W engineer 35 montague st 

<' Sarah dressmaker 2 green st 

*' T W Johnson hotel king st, ward 6 

** Wm butcher coming st, ward 6 

" Sarah, jaspers court 

" S vanderhorst st 

" Hagar calhoun st, ward 5 

<' mrs N hampden court 

^' G A machinist anson st 

" James butcher amherst st 

" John butcher columbus st 

" John overseer line st 
Oohnston, Crews &> Brawley, dry goods 181 east-bay 

" AS dry goods 181 east-bay, 193 meeting st 

« I M C 2d teller bank of Charleston, 23 pitt st 

" miss A 26 south-bay 

" miss C 26 south-bay 

«« DC 71 queen st 
Joiner, Wm carpenter coming st, ward 8 
I Jones, A D clerk 26 east-bay, cor broad and mazyck st 
j " AH com mcht 60 east-bay, 94 broad st 
» S M clerk 60 east-bay, 94 broad st 
" E J painter and gilder 2 Washington st 
" T S deputy secretary of state fire-proof building, 

king stj ward 6 
** Wm steamboat captain 70 king st 
*< J C clerk 256 king st, 9 pitt st 
" EC architect 46 broad st, 9 pitt st 
" mrs C dry goods 65 state st 
<< E J ship carpenter, 96 anson st 
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Jonea, miss Sarah, 1 guignard st 

" miss Susan I guignard sv 

<< miss £ 1 guignard st 

" Paul 47 george st 

" mrs C M 1 1 rutledge st 

" Wm carpenter 1 1 rutledge st 

" Jesse machinist 1 1 rutledge st 

'^ John carpenter coming st, ward 8 

" Paul carpenter bee st 

*' J H carpenter morris st 
Jordan, G baker 113 meeting st 

<< Robt miller east point mills 
Josephs, L H clerk boyce's wharf, 6 green st 

" mrs J private boarding cor calhoun and king sts 
'^ EC cor calhoun and king st 
" J J 6 green st 
<* miss C M 24 burns lane 
Joy, John laborer hampden court 

'^ mrs 45 church st 
Judge, C blacksmith 34 market st 
Jugnot, C steam-boat agent 122 east-bay 
Jungbluth, J H tavern-keeper, 7 market st 
Just, Geo wharf builder 34 hasel st 



Kalaher, Lewis laborer 20 tradd st 

Kumlah, H clerk 104 east-bay 

Kanapaux, J T clerk 14 hayne st, 2 gadsden st 

" C E attorney sheriff's office, 131 king st 

" C superintendant Lucas mill 

" J D tinner 46 bull st 

Kannahan, Denis mason st philip st, ward 8 
Kappleman, M H german books 1 19 meeting st 
Kaufman, A bootmaker 553 broad st, church st 

" mrs A D alexander st 
Keckeley, Dr E C conductors C R R, meeting st, w'd 5 
Keegan, Thos laborer, st philip st, ward 8 
Keeling, John carpenter 76 king st 
** Robt carpentep-76 king st 
Keena, James porter 80 east-bay, 53 tradd 
Keenan, J D clerk 40 east-bay 

'' Wm engraver 250 king st, 21 st philip st 
Keep, J H grocer 62 anson st 



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Keif, Patrick laborer 13 burns lane 
Keifier, John leather dealer 13 hayne and 27 market st 
Keils, J S grocer 37 coming st 
*' C carpenter woolfe st 
•^ Keith, M J register conveyances fire proof building, 1 
Aiken row 
** J A cor lynch and montague sts 
" P T pastor St. Michael's church, 12 lynch st 
Keller, C coal yard 5 1 market st, church st 
Kelly, J A boat builder, hard alley 

" T dry goods 214 king st, victotia hotel 
^^ D clerk 214 king st, 4 beaufain st 
" J G clerk 207 king s*, liberty st 
•* Thomas bootmaker 43 broad st 
'* James printer 76 anson st 
'' Thomas plasterer 25 montague st 
" Wm plasterer 44 st philip st 
" O laborer st philip st, ward 6 
*• Michael laborer st philip st, ward 8 
^ Michael laborer president st 
" Peter private boarding 3 linguard st 
Kemme, D H clothing 39 broad st, 166 king st 
Kemp, R P moulder hampden court 
Kenard, L tanner hanover st 
Kendt, F clerk 1 89 east bay 
Kenefeck, John clerk 25 hayne st, 139 king st 
Kennedy, R A clerk central wharf 

" P boots and shoes 79 market st 
" J D hardware 36 market st 
" John saddler 302 king st 
" J T tailor 4 coming st 
** mrs M E 74 wentworth st 
" John, private boarding st philip st, ward 6 
" Denis butcher smith st 
" Michael guardman linguard st 
" James boarding 3 linguard st 
" James laborer america st 
" Henry carpenter line st 
Kenny, J carpenter queen st 

** Thos horse shoer 33 Wentworth st 
u Kent, Bates &> Mitchell, clothing 118 meeting and 268 
king st 
' <* W A clothing 118 meeting and 268 king st 



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Kent, Samuel guardman sires alley 

<< EG woolfe St 
Kenworth, W clerk poor house 
^err, T J com mcht atlantic wharf, 1 society st 
" T T com mcht atlantic wharf 
" miss S king st, ward 5 
Kerrison, C & £ L dry goods cor king and market sts 
<* Charles dry goods cor king and market, 5 new 
" £ L dry goods cor king and market sts, 103 
wentworth st 
Kershaw, mrs A 82 wentworth st 
Ketchum & Taylor, dry goods, 243 king st 

" Joel dry goods 243 king st, meeting st, ward 5 
*< AH clerk king st, 32 queen st 
Kiddell, Geo clerk 40 east-bay 

" A clerk 76 east-bay, 23 friend st 
Kiels, C carpenter Woolfe st 
Kiep, J P grocer 6 rutledge st 
Killerman, G clerk 23 market st 
King, Geo boiler maker 24 Washington st 
" W S editor courier 26 broad st 
*' W L clerk courier office, commercial house 
" S H operator telegraph office 26 broad st 
^' C S medical student 26 broad st 
« G W clerk 106 church st 
^' mrs chalmer st 
*' J H grocer 123 king st 
<' A dry goods 254 king st, 88 market st 
»< W & F dry goods' 267 king st 
" W dry goods 267 king st, 68 wentworth st 
« F dry goods 267 king st, 58 wentworth st 
" N S wig maker 278 kiner st 
« HO attorney St Michael's alley, 68 tradd st 
" Mitchel attorney 14 George st 
« John clerk S G R R, 42 george st 
" J W & G W proprietors american hotel 
<* J W proprietor american hotel 
" G W proprietor american hotel 
Kingdon, Thos engineer S C R R, rutledge st, ward 8 
Kingman, J W clerk corner king and market sts, corner 
Calhoun and coming st 
« G L clerk 243 corner king and market sts, cor 
calhoun and coming sts 



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Kingman, John scavenger cor calhoun and coming sts 
*' Eliab penny post cor calboun and coming sts 
<' Robt clerk 163 meeting st, 4 went worth st 
" Samuel book-keeper and transfer clerk planters' 
and mechanics' bank, rear of bank - 

Kinloch, Geo grain dealer dewees wharf, 223 east-bay 
« R A, m. d., 223 east-bay 
« R millwright 15 bull st 
(< Benjamin millwright 51 coming st 
" Frederick librarian Charleston library, mill st 
" mrs M 4 aiken row 

Kinnay, J bootmaker 144 east-bay 

'< Patrick blacksmith president st 

Kinsey, G F accountant 26 hayne, cor king & went worth 

Kinsley, P E crockery dealer 1 20 church st 

Kinsman, H W upholsterer 86 meeting st 

Kirk, John hack driver 20 pinckney st 
" S D clerk cor beaufain and lynch st, 8 magazine st 
" mrs M 8 magazine st 

Kirker, Robt wheelwright 28 pinckney st, 10 anson st 
*' James wheelwright and blacksmith, king, w'd 5 

Kirkpatrick, J & J J factors atlantic wharf 

*' J factor atlantic wharf, 40 east-bay 

" J J factor atlantic wharf, 40 east-bay 

^ Kirkwood, Wm ship builder foot of laurens st, 17 laurens 

Klen, E laborer king st, ward 6 

Klenke, A clerk 65 east-bay 

Klesick, A spirit dealer 16 vendue range, 1 horlbeck alley 

Klinck & Wickenberg, grocers cor broad and church sts 
" John grocer cor broad and church sts, 84 church 
" John clerk 29 anson st 
" Henry clerk 2 middle st 
** C F clerk 369 king st 

Klintworth, H grocer cor Washington and Charlotte st 

Knauf, T J carpenter 23 wentworth st 
'* Henry engineer 23 wentworth st 

Knapp, mrs 7 wentworth st 

Knee, H grocer 38 church st 
** mrs dry goods 38 church st 

Kneply, S import inspector custom-house, 73 queen st 

Knight, J D capt U S navy, elizabeth st 

Knoblock, John clerk 222 king st, 193 king st 
" Wm baker 19 calhoun st 



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Knoke, Albert grocer 18 state st 

Knowles, miss £ milliner and dressmaker, 202 king st 

Knox, Robert wood factor palmetto wharf, 8 pritchard st 

" J P ship carpenter 5 middle st 

^^ mrs C 14 green st 
Kodeweg, F watchmaker 82 meeting st 
Kohrike, C F grocer 71 coming st 
Kollman, N grocer 47 church st 
Koppman, J baker king st, ward 8 
Korber, H grocer 8 lynch st 
Koster, J C grocer meeting st, ward 5 
Krackie, F grocer corner rutledge and doughty sts 
Kramer, mrs L midwife king st, ward 5 
" W H cabinet maker king st, ward 5 
** Philip laborer coming st, ward 8 
" Jacob carpenter spring st 
Kreeden, F grocer st philip st, ward 8 
Krate, Geo grocer 19 wall st 
Krieton, M grocer cor columbus and nassau sts 
Kruse ^ Westman, grocers 311 king st 

<' Jacob grocer 311 king st 

" mrs A M 25 society st 
KuefFner, F, m. d., 67 meeting st 

Kuhtmann, H W com mcht atlantic wharf, 68 calhoun st 
Kulinski, J watchmaker 104 meeting st 
Kunhardt, Wm W attorney 5 1 broad st, 5 wentworth st 

*• Wm port warden 5 wentworth st 
Kyall, Wm boatman 20 anson st 

*< Thomas. boiler maker 20 anson st 

Labates, mrs C mantua maker 75 tiadd st 
Laboard, mrs A spring st 

-** J P clerk east-bay, spring st 
LaBruse, mrs drake st 
Lacassagire, £ china dealer 148 king st 
Lacomb, Susan 22 calhoun st 
Lacoste, T J rigger 4 marsh st 

" A J rigger 77 east'bay 
Ladsden, G 12 west st 
Ladson, J H & co, factors 13 southern wharf 

** J H factor, 13 southern wharf, 4 meeting st 

" W H factor 13 southern wharf, 4 meeting st 



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Laendr, Joseph clerk pavilion hotel, 37 anson st 
Lafar, M L L clerk giilon st, 47 beaufain st 
^ " W H clerk 235 king st, 47 beaufain st 
*' T A pattern maker 47 beaufain st 
" John moulder nassau st 
" D B cooper cor rutledge and calhoun st 
Laffan, J watchmaker 91 church st 
Laffiteau, S accountant 17 pinckney st 
Laffitte, E & CO agents Savannah steamers, fitzsimon's w 

" E agent Savannah steamers fitzsimon's wharf, 12 
wentworth st 

" J B agent Savannah steamers fitzsimmon's whf, 
meeting sts 
LaGrue, John engineer S C R R, line st 
Lahraan, Daniel clerk 143 king st 
Lakise, Jacob cap maker 328 king st 
Lalaue, J A tobacconist 46 east-bay 
Lalane, P B discount clerk bank of Charleston, 118 king 
Lambj B clerk 181 east-bay, 191 meeting st 

** James 191 meeting st 

" D W, m. d. 41 meeting st, 191 meeting st 

" James jr 191 meeting st 
Lambert & brothers, carpet dealers 219 king st 

** Robt carpet dealer 219 king st, 22 wentworth st 

" Charles carpet dealer 219 king st, 22 wentworth 

" mrs A st philip st, ward 6 
Lambla, Joseph finisher coming st, ward 6 
Lamkin & Hurst^ proprietors planters* hotel 

*' J W proprietor planters* hotel 
Lament, D tailor horlbeck alley 
Lamotte, J A printer 68 meeting st 
'* * H J printer 68 meeting st 
Lampe, F grocer and coal dealer 49 market st 
Lanagan, K private boarding cor king and reid sts 
Lance, D H accountant central wharf, broad st 

" Francis broker 5 state st, broad st 

*^ A J broker 5 state st, broad st 

" W S cadet citadel, broad st 

'* L C teacher high school, king st 

" Rev H planter georgetown, charlotte st 
Landreth, D M seedstore 297 king st 
Lane, E H dry goods 41 hayne st, Charleston hotel 
Langdon, E tailor market st, coming st 



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Lange, J H tavern keeper 15 vendue range 
Lanneau, C H clerk central wharf, 14 state st 

" B accountant 155 east-bay, 7 pitt st 

'< John clerk 145 meeting st, 7 pitt st 

«< & Burckmyer, grocery mchts 1 4 hayne sts 

*< F grocery mcht 14 hayne st, 43 coming st 

<^ mrs M 22 anson st 
Lapeine, A J bookbinder 103 east-bay 

«* Sidney 34 king st 

« J N dry goods 336 king st 
Larkin, mrs G private boarding 32 queen st 

'* mrs M 76 queen- st 
Larousseliere, upholsterer 161 king st 
Larrandga, V A Spanish consul, 33 tradd st 
Lassall, J B carpenter columbus st 
Lathrop, Joseph laborer william's row 
Laurens, Joseph furniture dealer 52 st philip st 

" E K 194 east bay 

« Sarah I Wilson st 
Laurent, A clerk 123 meeting st 
Laury, H Z clerk 25 vendue range, 63 king st 
Law, M bootmaker 38 church st 
Laval, W J clerk comptroller-general office, elizabeth st 
'* W state treasurer firerproof building, 1 george st 
Lawrence, mrs S C 6 church st 

" mrs F 23 lynch st 

*• E planter coming st, ward 6 
Lawton, W M & co factors 13 southern whf, 

" W M factor 13 southern wharf, 17 rutledge st 

" Jos & CO dry goods 40 east-bay 

" Wm planter 40 south-bay 

" R P 24 montague st 

" J C 24 montague st 
Layman, James 5 wall st 
Lazarus, B D cor smith and wentworth sts 

<< Joshua president gas works cor laurens and wall 

" G steam-boat inspector custom-house - 
Leader, mrs M 8 cliflord st 
Leak, W G grocer king st, ward 7, columbus st 
Leamont, mrs M 2 minority st 
Leonard, mrs J 13 friend st 
Lebby, W engineer and machinist foot hasel, 15 wentw* 

" M W clerk 123 east-bay, 29 Cumberland st 



Lebbj, Robt, m. d., 25 Cumberland st, 29 Cumberland st 
" Robt jr medical student george st, 29 Cumberland 
•* T F printer 183 kingst 
LeBriffe, F painter 17 state st 

Leckie, Robt umbrella manufacturer 133 meeting st and 
179 king st 
" John 179 kingst 

'^ David accountant S C shoe factory, 20 beaufain st 
Leclere, A clerk 7 motts lane 
Lee, Andrew blacksmith gadsden wharf 
" A C grocer cor market and archdale st 
" Wm sea captain 58 meeting st 
^ P H accountant 1 hayne st, planters' hotel 
" £ barber, 53 broad st 
" F D architect 57 broad st, alexander st 
"AM sec com ins company 4 broad st, Judith st 
'* B F teller state bank, alexander st 
•* John 78 tradd st 
" John pilot 19 church st 
" W T carpenter, 4 hard alley 
** G C grocer 32 archdale st 
" J T teacher high school, 42 pitt st 
" mrs 42 Pitt st 
Leffman, Wm baker 8 queen st 
Legare, O'Hear & co factors commercial wharf 

-' James commercial wharf, cor logan and broad sts 
" J J clerk 16 east bay, 43 anson st 
" James clerk 60 east-bay, 2 greenhill st 
'' S L planter st John's island, 103 tradd st 
" mrs A 19 hasel st 
Lege, J G clerk adger's wharf, king st 
Legg, mrs M 213 east bay 
LeGras, G H clerk adger's wharf, 206 east bay 
Lehre, Thomas alexander st 
Leiding, H fancy goods 141 meeting st, king st 

" Ann 14 coming st 
Leightburn, mrs £ B king st, ward 6 
Leiker, L grocer 1 tradd st 
' Leitch, W Y surveyor custom-house, cor lamboU tc legare 
«< G M clerk 133 meeting st, 2 wall st 
« R L 2 wall st 
1 Leland, J A professor mathematics and astronomy citadel 
' academy 



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Leman & AveUhe grocery mchts 175 east-bay 

II WW dry goods cor king and market sts, alexan'r 
" B F clerk cor king and market sts, alezander st 
" C H clerk east-bay, 106 church st 
Lengwick, A clerk 141 meeting st, victoria hotel 
Lenox, Wm cor market and meeting sts 
Lenthe, H clerk Washington st 
Leonard, E clerk 45 hayne st, queen st 
Leopold, F grocer cor meeting and columbus st 
Leprince, A E clerk 15 vanderhorst wharf, king st 
'' A accountant vendue range, 131 king st 
^' C B clerk fitzsimons wharf, 131 king st 
Lequex, Benjamin wood factor gadsden wharf, 356 king 
*' Benj jr clerk 97 east-bay, 356 king st 
« S F clerk 262 king st, 356 king st 
Leseman, F W tavern keeper cor king and line st 
*' F W grocer cor rutledge and spring sts 
" D clerk 203 east-bay 
Lesesne, Daniel com mer accomodation wharf, smith st, 
ward 6 
" miss 79 tradd st 

" W Y teacher archdale st, 79 tradd st 
*' H D attorney st michaeVs alley, cor college and 

green sts 
** mrs 39 society st 
Leslie, James miller west point mills 
Lester, J C clerk 131 east-bay 
Levin, N register clerk custom-house, 47 went worth st 

'' M clerk adgers wharf, 106 meeting st 
Levy, Clarence Qlerk 26 vendue range, lightwood alley 
** C F clerk 17 vendue range, lightwood alley 
" Moses clothier 72 market st 
" Moses police officer 3 tradd st 
« E 30 st philip st 
*' mrs milliner, 72 church st 
*' Elias gauger vendue range, lightwood alley 
" L L clerk 199 king st, 174 meeting st 
" mrs E chapel st 
Lewis, H P accountant boyce's wharf, 99^ east-bay 
*< miss E dressmaker 99 market st 
" P clerk 106 church st 
<< John carpenter, 26 tradd st 
^ mrs A 37 archdale st 



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Lewis, miss L 21 george st 
^ miss E 23 george st 
^ J M bootmaker 9 liberty st 
" Catherine nurse 3 bull st 
L'Homdieu, C daguerreotjpist 216 king, victoria hotel 
Ldeure, John watchmaker 37 State st 
LimehoQse, Robt 1 1 1 tradd st 
Lindsay, H A clerk 20 east-bay, 8 guignard st 
• ^ James clerk adgers wharf, 8 guignard st 
** W accountant 29 broad st, 8 guignard st 
^' Geo clerk accomodation wharf, 8 guignard 
" J F clerk 141 east-bay, 155 east-bay 
" J painter cor anson and market sts 
'' mrs M cannon st 
Linenthal, C clerk 61 tradd st 
Linestedt, £ B grocer cor meeting and wolfe 
" Geo grocer new st 
" Charles grocer 22 new street 
Ling, P clerk charl'n ice house cor east-bay & adger's whf 

" mrs 14 smith st 
Lining, Charles portwarden 24 south-bay 

*' Thomas clerk 139 meeting, hampstead st 
^' E B book-keeper bank S C, hampstead st 
" Philip laborer John street 
Linner, Thomas laborer 2 Clifford st 
Lins, H grocer 98 church st 
Lisman, A clerk 244 king st, 4 beaufain st 
Litter, F tailor exchange st 
I Little, Gray medical student Carolina hotel 
\^ " G & CO clothiers 199 king st, 106 church st 
I Livingston, L merchant 25 market st 
[ ^ mrs E B 6 water st 

*' Jane 24 wall st 

i' Locke, G B & son grocery mchts 66 east-bay 

" G B grocery mcht 66 east-bay, 12 george st 
'f E H grocery mcht 66 east-bay, 168 meeting st 
** W D clerk grocery mcht 66 east- bay, 12 george 
'* B C ship grocery mcht 57 east-bay, 12 george st 
" G A grocery merchant 167 east-bay, 3 george st 
w G R clerk S R R, 12 george 
" F O clerk S C R R 12 george st 
{/ Lockwood &> Johnston machinist concord st 
I << J W machinist concord st, 73 broad st 



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Lock wood, mrs C D 73 broad at 
" S L, m. d., 73 broad st 
'^ J A clerk 102 meeting st, atlantic st 
^ 1 wheelwright 108 church st, atlantic st 
** J P attorney st michael's alley 
" S bootmaker 12 anson st 
^ ''PL accountant central wharf, 179 king st 

Logan & Glen, clothiers *261 kingst 

" J C clothier 261 king st * 

" mrs H 4 burns lane 

' Wm librarian Charleston library, cor st philip and 

warren sts 
'' Edward butcher nassau st 
" Martha mill st 
Lonbat, H scissors grinder meeting st, ward 5 
Londegran, W laborer vernon st 
Long, F H bootmaker tradd st 
^' mrs M 58 king st 
" A K gasfitter 10 smiths lane 
" J hatter 40 queen st 

" R A com mcht dewees wharf, 14 mazyck st 
Longman, J H daguerreotypist 233 king st, 204 king st 
Loper, J W clerk 19 hayne st, planters hotel 

'' H G paying teller S W R R bank, 19 broad st 
" J H engineer 19 broad st 
Lopez, David sash-door ^nd blind factory, rutledge st, 13 
short st 
" mrs P 41 coming st 
Lord, Samuel com mcht 110 east-bay, 18 society st 
" Jacob bricidayer Washington st 
" J C barber 91 market si, vanderhorst st 
" Robert carpenter meeting st, vanderhorst st 
" John laborer coming st, ward 8 
" J F M bricklayer america st • 
Loryea, A clothier 60 market st, 96 meeting st 

<< £ clothier 64 state st 
Love, Charles saddler cor broad and church sts, 46 tradd 

" miss A milliner 157 king st 
Lovells, misses warren st 

** Ed clerk accomodation wharf, warren st 

VLovegreen, L B clerk 253 king, cor king and calhoun sts 
Lovet, W tavern-keeper bedons alley 
Lowndes, mrs E B 7 king st 



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Lowndes, H D planter santee friend «t 
^' mrs 1 1 short st 
** Wm 1 1 short st 

" mrs C 30 montague st 

' " C T east-bay 

Loyal, Charles carpenter woolfe st 
Lloyd, Wm stock broker 7 broad st, 57 broad st 
U-; *' W G clerk 7 broad st, 57 broad st 
* " Wm carpenter 138 tradd st 
" E W clerk 138 tradd st 
" S S clerk king st, ward 7 
L^ " Jesse hats and shoes king st, ward 3 

Lube, P S tobacconist 263 king st 
^ Lucas, T B fac and com mcht commercial wharf, cal- 

houn st, ward 6 
^ " J com mcht 68 east-bay, calhoun st, w'd 6 
" Benjamin bricklayer 4 savage st 
*' John bricklayer 4 savage st 
" Wm planter santee river, rutledge st, ward 6 
** J H planter rutledge st, ward 6 
" E S planter cooper river, rutledge st, ward 6 
" W N planter santee river, rutledge st, ward 6 
" C B, m. d., rutledge st, ward 6 
<< R H engineer cor ashley and doughty sts 
<' HE planter cooper river, calhoun st, ward 6 
Luchey, mrs J king st, ward 7 
Luhrden, C tavern-keeper 149 east-bay 
Luhrs, John grocer marsh st 
Lukins, mrs H grocer radcliffe st, 
Lumkins, S clerk cor king and market sts 
Lyall, H L printer 4 maz^ck st 
Lynass, B dry goods 212 king st 
Lynch, C C clerk atlantic wharf, 66 queen st 
" J G printer 10 stolls alley 
** F C tailor 9 1 market st 
" Patrick pastor 80 broad st 
" miss J 34 archdale st 
<< Thomas police officer amherst st 
Lyons. J V clerk 157 meeting st, pavilion hotel 

** Xhomas clerk 182 kingst ^ 

" Ellis pastor 48^ coming st 
" J J cannon and st philip st 
'* D guardman linguard st 
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Lyons, Denis clerk east-bay, linguard st 
*' mrs M A banover st 
^ J R engineer S C R R, reid st 

M. 

McAllister, Cbarles dry goods 339 king st 
^' Andrew, James clerk 17 king st 
" Aveeny, Philip clerk 124 meeting st 
'^ Bride, P auction and com mcbt, 22 vendue range 
" " P jr clerk 22 vendue range 
** " M broker 1 chalmer st 
" ^' miss dressmaker 99 market st 
•* Bumey, Wm dry goods 37 hayne st, 29 george st 
" Caa, W L clerk atlantic wharf, broad st 
" Cabe, J W accountant head broad st, merchants hotel 
'* " James laborer 13 tradd st 
^' '^ James engineer 15 pinckney st 
'' Caffer, J boots and shoes 354 king st 
'' Call, B planter summerville, 100 tradd st 
" '' mrs M A 14 orange st 
" " J B accountant 1 7 mazyck st 
" " Emmer baker ashley st 
" ** mrs Ann 19 bull st 
^< Cart, Anthony gilder 225 king st, broad st 
•* Carter, C laborer vernon st 
" " D L clothier 193 east bay 
« " J clothier 193 east-bay 
<' " & Allen booksellers and stationers 116 meeting 
'< *' J J bookseller and stationer, 116 meeting st, 

14hasel st 
" Cartley, J clothing 142 east-bay 
*' Cartney, D carpenter 47 queen st, 4 1 queen st 
•* " scavenger 33 calhoun st 
" Carty, M laborer 9 tradd st 
" Cauly Emma 3 montague st 
<' Cays, misses 8 friend st 
« Clinton, Robt bootmaker 7 burns lane 
<' Clore &> Elder tanners John st 
« '* James tanner John st 
" Clure, Wm clerk 98 east-bay, cannon st 
« <* R C clerk 244 king st, cannon st 
« t< E H bootmaker 56 meeting st, 17 queen st 
« " Thomas bootmaker 17 queen st 



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McCIure, John 15 middle at 

** " W J cannon st 

'^ Conkj, James painter 54 broad fit 

^^ Connell, livery stables 102 church st 

" Cormick, J private boarding 26 market st 

" ** P Philadelphia st 

*^ Creadj, Ed attorney 20 broad st, 18 anson st 

*^ '< clerk custom-house, 81 broad st 

*' Cully, W P clerk post office 

" Dermid, D engineer and machinist foot hasel, marsh st 

^ " Robt miller chisholm mill 

«* Donald, P H clerk 143 east-bay, liberty st 

** . '* James laborer st philip st, ward 8 

'* " - John coming st, ward 8 

*< Donnell, A B clerk cor king and market, 159 king st 

" " Daniel seaman bedons alley 

'' Donough, E tailor meeting st 

" " C laborer 64 queen st 

*' Dougall, David miller chisholm mill 
^ ** Dowall & CO dry goods 32 east-bay 

f< " Andrew dry goods 32 east-bay, 8 meeting st 
4^ « Do well, R U crockery dealer 211 king st, 21 bull st 

<* Elharen, W C horse shoer, 24 Wentworth st 

" Fadden, J W clerk 153 east-bay, commercial house 

^ Paul, J clerk 288 king st, 4 beaufain st 

** Feely, mrs E line st 

<< Feeters, mrs M A chapel st 

« Gary, F P bootmaker 9 tradd st 

" Gee, C S clerk boyce's wharf, st philip st, ward 6 

" Gibbon, James accountant 248 king st, 236 king st 

<* Gill, J T medical student Carolina hotel 

" Gillivray, A C accountant 1 19 east-bay, 1 1 atlantic st 

« t' W S builder 10 atlantic st 

<< " J G accountant court-house, 10 atlantic st 

<< Gin, James) lumber mcht, rutledge st 

" Gowen, John porter 9 anson st 

" " Thomas laborer 9 anson st 

« « mrs M A 2 savage st 

" Grady, mrs C 14 anson st 

" Greath, David 98 meeting st 

" Heugh, mrs M 49 beaufain st 

« *' Francis attorney 49 beaufain st 

<< Innis, B blacksmith 30 chalmer st, 54 queen st 



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Mcintosh, D N ship builder marshal wharf, 96 beaufain 
*' *' W clerk 19 vendue range, 96 beaufain st 
" " W carpenter president st 
*^ Intjre, Stewart pavilion hotel, 37 anson st 
'* Kay, Robert moulder 24 marsh st 
" Kenn, James clerk 26 archdale st 
'' Kee, A ship joiner market wharf, 16 pincknej 
^' Keegan, John blacksmith 180 meeting st 
^' Kenzie, Cadow &, co dry goods 82 east-bay 
" " B F dry goods 82 east-bay 
" " H A dry goods 82 east-bay, planters hotel 
" (( A & P 6 saddlers cor church and chalmer sts 
" " A saddler cor church and chalmer sts 
^ " P B saddler cor church and chedmer sts 
« << J cabinet maker 77 church st, 83 church st 
'* •* mrs midwife 83 church st 
** " D shoemaker 29 broad st 
" '< mrs M IVI private boardiig 23 society si 
" " John trader sires st 
'^ Kinley, G tailor 74 market st, st philip st 
" t< Wm tailor 64 coming st 
** << Martha 42 coming st 
<' Kinney, C 1st teller bank of Charleston, 55 queen st 
<* ^' John clerk 21 broad st, st michaers alley 
* ' " Hariet Wragg square 
" Laren, James east point rice mills 
" Lean, Stephen carpenter 79 queen st 
({ «« WiQ farmer king st, ward 8 
'< Leish, James engineer and machinist gadsden wharf, 

1 inspection st 
u it Wm dry goods 82 church st 
«< " Archibald blacksmith and wheelwright, 4 Cum- 
berland st 
« Manar, Michael laborer, st philip st, ward 8 
'^ Mann, M laborer 38 king st 
" Manus, Thomas grocer 20 soulh-bay 
" " John drayman 1 4 wall st 
«^ Master, M dry goods 364 kmg st 
« Millan, Thomas ship carpenter market st 
<« ** J W pressman mercury office, 277 east*bay 
« " Thomas tailor 104 queen st 
" " John private boarding 23 queen st 
" Namar, James clerk 135 east bay 



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McNamar, J clerk 340 king at, liberty st 
" " Michael laborer radcliffe st 
" Nance, clerk 133 meeting st 
" Nellage, W H clerk 114 east-bay, 7 hasel st 
" *• . sailmaker 7 hasel st 
" " mrs E 36 archdale st 
^* Neill, mrs H milkseller 25 king st 
" " mrs 30 middle st 
" ** mrs M 2 savage st 
" " Robt gardener st philip st, ward 8 
'* Nulty, Geo clerk 358 king st 
** Owen, Seth accountant 256 king st, 37 st philip at 
" " Patrick 37 st philip st 
" " Patrick jr clerk adger's wharf, 37 st philip 
" Peake, J D clerk 244 king st, 279 king st 
" Pherson, E 255 east bay 
« " missC 137 king st 
" Clueen, Donald clerk 70 east bay, duncan st 
" Swain, W A pastor trinity church 55 wentworth st 
" Tureons, E W clerk atlantic wharf, whims court 
c< li Warren clerk 1 43 east-bay, whims court 
" Walder, stone cutter, 17 queen st 
" * *' stonecutter 17 queen st 
*< " coppersmith 17 queen st 
" Willie, T W clerk american hotel 
Macbeth, W clerk 139 meeting st, 30 south-bay 

" Chas attorney 41 broad st, cor legare and gibbs 
" James cotton broker boyces wharf, 30 south-bay 
" James, jr clerk adgers wharf, 30 south-bay 
" Robt chief clerk market, 5 smith st 
Macdonald, A T accountant, 165 east-bay 
Mack, John fancy goods 167 meeting st, Charleston hotel 
Mackaboy, M gardener president st 
Mackendow, James baker st philip st, ward 8 
Mackey, J G 314 king st, 229 east bay 
" W A sea captain, 21 wall st 
<< James student, 43 st philip st 
** A G m d, Calhoun st, ward 5 
Mackie, mrs M, 75 broad st 

♦« O J engineer S C R R 75 broad st 
Mackintosh, Donald hardware dealer, king st, ward 6 
Magee, John steam boat agt vanderhorst's whf, 101 broad 
** Arthur captain, 101 broad st 



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Magee, Abel ship joiner, market whf, 16 pinckney st 

*' mrs J mantua maker, 1 minority st 
Maghor, James laborer, 32 king st 

^ Patrick dry goods, 112 king st 
Magrath, A G attorney at law, 29 broad, st philips, wd 6 

" Edward attorney at law 29 broad, bee at 

^ John factor, bee st 

^' Michael laborer, 17 queen st 
Maguire, M clerk 198 king st, 349 king st 

^ Daniel dry goods, 362 king st 

*' Thomas guard man, ashley st 

*^ James metal worker, elizabeth st 

'* Robert confectioner 1 1 church st 
Magwood, C A 9 smith st 

*• Henry wheelwright, king st, ward 5 

<< J H brick burner, st philip st, ward 6 

<' Simon planter, st andrews pa, rutledge st wd 6 
Mahan, Peter porter 80 east bay, 32 queen st 

'< William porter cor king and market, 32 queen st 

<* Thomas laborer, 22 pinckney st 

*' Daniel laborer, 95 queen st 
Maher, M clerk, 79 market, 44 state st 

" mrs J, calhoun st, ward 5 

<' mrs dry goods, 36 state st 
Mahony, James accountant, pinckney st, 60 queen 

^* John hatter, 13 broad st, 39 king 

« C clerk, 13 broad st, 39 king 

" John wheelwright, calhoun st, ward 6 
Maine, A R 46 anson st 

" mrs A, 17 wall st 
Malaney, H packer, 145 meeting street 
Malcom M accountant, king st, ward 6 
Mallet, F baker, 10 queen st 
Mallory, mrs S private boarding, 101 meeting st 
Malone, T W attorney, 23 mazyck st 

" Patrick laborer, amherst st 
Malstedt M grocer, cor st philip and cannon sts 
Man, John bricklayer, 23 calhoun st 
Manders, Wm laborer, president st 
Mangan, Peter blacksmith, hanover st 
Manigault, A M factor, vanderhorst*s whf, 14 south bay 

<* C H clerk, atlantic whf, 6 gibbs st 

<' Charles planter, cooper river, 6 gibbs st 



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Manigault, H H planter, coUeton, 12 meeting st 
« WH do do 12 do 

" G do georgetown 30 Hasel st 

<' mrs J, cor meeting and John sts 

V Mansfield, Geo steam boat captain, nassau st 
Many, John laborer, bedon's allej 
Margart, J H blacksmith, 178 meeting st 

« HN do 178 do 

Margarth, M M, line st 
Margriflf, Henry fisherman, 5 king st 
Marion, John confectioneer, 289 king st 
" miss A do 247 do 

I MaijenhofF, E H tavern keeper, 81 east-bay 
I Marquis, James wheelwright, Washington st, ward 5 
j^H^arsh^ James shipwright, 4 concord st, 138 east-bay 
I L- " James jr do marsh's whf, 16 Hasel st 
I Marshall, R N clerk commercial wharf, 91 broad st 

*' S R clerk, 54 east-bay, Washington st, ward 5 
I " John brick burner i^arshal wharf, alexander st 

" J barber church st 

" Andrew shoemaker 29 broad st, 120 king st 
! "AW pastor st george chapel, 91 broad st 

" J T baker 60 tradd st . 
'' Samuel tailor 30 anson st 
" & Bogsden barbers 10 queen st 
<* J H seaman 15 franklin st 
*• mrs E 21 smith st 
" Susan 18 burns lane 
I Marshburn, E wharfinger 24 calhoun st 

<* James carpenter 16 rut! edge st 

Marshroan, R seaman bedons alley 
Marte, mrs E 70 state st 
Martens, F W tailor 77 church st 
Martin, Robert planter charlotte st 

V " & Bryan, fac and com mchts, boyce's wharf 
" James, fac and com mcht, 47 anson st 

I " W C sub treasurer, custom house 

" J J clerk, 19 vendue range, 19 society st 

** John, grocer, market wharf 

" J S book-binder, wolfe st 

^ Isaac boots and shoes, 85 market st 

« J G clerk, 5 hayne st, 29 coning st 

" P B clerk, 232 king st, 29 coming st 

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Martin, H S carpenter, 4 king st 

** W M insurance agent, 9 broad st, 265 east bay 

" WE attorney at law, 9 broad st, 5 orange st 

" J C clerk, 9 broad st, new st 

" Jacob blacksmith, 46 wentworth st, 29 coming st 

" Mrs E 12 calhoun st 

»* Sarah 27 coming st 

" Philip cannon st 

" J B neck ice house agent, cor st philips and van- 
derhorst sts 
Martindale & Co, grocery merchants, 56 east bay 

"CO do merchant, do do, king st 

Mashburn, E H accountant, 89 east bs^y, montague st 

" J H import inspector, custom house, 24 calhoun st 
Mason, M accountant, 292 king st, merchants' hotel 
Manso, A fruiter, 35 market st 
Masteman, W jeweller, kingst, 9 horlbeck alley 
Masterdon, P fancy dry goods, king st ward 5 
Matherson, J P clerk, adger's wharf, 19 laurens st 
Matheson, Simons & Co, com. merchants, 114 east bay 

" M Pcom. merchant, 114 east bay, cor alexan- 
der and charlotte sts 
Matthiessen, F C com. merchant, corn wharf, 8 church st 

*' M T clerk, atlantic wharf, 43 king st 

" Wm clothing, 143 east bay, 14 Wentworth st 

Matthews & Ropers factors, vanderhorst wharf 

.« E W factor, do do, 13 short st 

*' G B brilish consul, central wharf, broad st 

•* missM A 112 Tradd st 

" mrs A 77 queen st 

" T D book-keeper, bank Charleston, 43 anson st 

" J R planter, st bartholemews pa, 29 east bay 

« JF do. 

" W R do 

« G A m d, 

" J B tailor, 34 calhoun st. 

« P B carpenter, america st 
Maule, C S milliner, 287 king st 
Maum, F carpenter, america st 
Maxcy V clerk, 40 broad st, 17 south bay 
Maxwell, P J clerk, 40 east bay, 43 east bay 
May, C F clerk, central wharf, 8 Washington st 
" John do do do 9 Marsh st 



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May, J W atty, rear court house, 62 queen at 

" John cabinet*niaker, &z queen st 
Mayers, S dry goods, 33 kiog st 
Mayor, O leader german brass band, 50 calhoun st 
Mayrant, mrs 20 laurens st 
Maysey, Tfaos boot-maker, 55 broad st 
' Mazyck & Son, facs, commercial wharf 

*' Wm fac, commercial wf, cor alexander & chapel 

'^ W S & J facs commercial wharf, charlotte, 

*' H B clerk, boyce & co*s wharf, broad st 

•* P P planter, Santee, 30 hasel st 

" Alexander planter, Santee, 30 hasel st 

<^ Edward 30 hasel st 

" mrs N B 44 calhoun st 

" N B clerk, boyce &> co's wharf, 44 calhoun st 

'* AH collector, 66 broad st 
Mealy. John treasurer lutheran church, calhoun st, ward 6 
Medler, R fruitier, king st, ward 5 
Meetze, Felix proprietor drays, mary st 
Mehitens, R clerk, 3:^ vendue range, 28 queen st 

*• Geo grocer, Washington st 

" H do do 

" CF do 71 church st 

*' L clerk, 71 do 

" J C grocer, 7 st philips st 

'' F do cor coming and vanderhorst sts 

" Wm sign painter, do do 

" Henry grocer, cor elizabeth and henrietta sts 

" J do do do do John sts 

Meitzler, J boot-maker, 100 meeting st 

« P do do 

<« C do do 

'* Jacob do do 

Melcher, T clerk, 63 east bay 

" mrs F millinery, king st, ward 6. 

" F grocer, do do 

Meld an, G F grocer, 64 meeting st 
Melfe, F Italian boarding house, 31 market st 
Memminger & Jervy, attorneys at law, 59 meeting st 

*» C G attorney do 59 do cor 

wentworth and smith sts 
Mendal, G shop-keeper, 145 king st 
' Mendenhall, M T ordinary fire-proof build'g, 81 meeting st 

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Mendt, D C carpenter, 9 wall st. 

Menlove & Lesesne, com mchts, accommodation wharf i 

^< Edward do do do whf^ N Orleans I 

Mensing, H clerk, 133 king st ^ 

« E H clerk, 165 king et 

" John N grocer, 187 meeting st morris' island 

" C clerk, 187 meeting st 
Menzies, Wm clerk, cor king and market stg, mchts' hotel 
Merew, J W planter, st Johns, 7^ burns* lane 
Merican, last-maker, 104 queen st 
Meridith, J W conductor, S C R R, reid st 

" Richard dry goods, king st, ward 6 
Merrell, A clerk, meeting, cor meeting and market 
Messery, L accountant, cannon st 
Mey, F C fac and com mcht, accommodation wharf, 8 

Washington st 
Meyer, H clerk, 20 east-bay 

** Morris dry goods, 108 east-bay 

" E J clerk, 29 vendue range, cor king and calhoun st 

" Martin, grocer, 129 east-bay 

" John clerk, 129 east-bay 

•* J tobacconist, 92 meeting st 

** J D clerk, 167 meeting st, morris st 

" & Balman grocers, 320 king st 

" J D grocer, 320 king st, 295 king st 

" A clerk, 320 king st 

« H do do 

'* W grocer, 124 tradd st 

" B H spirits dealer, 5 1 state st 

" James boot-maker, 53 do 

" Wm baker, 4 wall st 

" L grocer, 6 archdale st 

" A collector, 21 society st 

** mrs A grocer, 50 st philips' st 

" F C do cor meeting and line sts 

" O bootmaker, cor st philips and warren sts 

'* Henry clerk, coming st ward 6 

** C clerk, cor coming and radclifFe ^ 

" C Laney m. d., morris st 

" J grocer, cor calhoun and coming sts 

«'- C do do do alexander sts 

«^ C do Hanover st 
Meynardie, B P carpenter, line st 



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Mejnardie, J D carpenter line st 

«' CD tinner, do 

Michell, A L jeweller, 266 king st, 116 ventworth st 
*' R F m. d., 74 queen st 
« Wm do 74 do 
" Mydleton m. d., 74 queen st 
^ John butcher, 24 middle st 
" John st philips* st, ward 6 
" J A surveyor and architect, broad st 
1 " mrs E coming st, ward 6 

' Micken, Thos painter, 121 king st 
^ Middleton & Co, facs, vanderhorst wharf 

" Thos fac do do 6 meeting st 

\ ^ A clerk, accommodation wharf, calhoun st 

" HA planter, Georgetown, 44 south-bay 
j " C K m. d., 44 south-bay 

" H A jr surveyor, 44 south-bay 
« F pilot, 16 tradd st 
" J Izard planter, Wackamaw, 15 legare st 
" Williams do Combahee, 15 do 
** WD carpenter, 12 water st, meeting st 
'•^ William planter, ashley river, 18 meeting st 
" W clerk, east-bay, 24 pinckney st 
" C engineer, 24 pinckney st 
" Oliver planter, 3 new st 
" Russell do Stono, st philips' st, ward 6 
** R l25ard coming st, ward 6 
Miessner, E grocer, 134 tradd st 

Miler, Daniel dry goods, 143 meeting st, Charleston hotel 
Miles. S C clerk, 19 vendue range, 116 queen st 

^ HE account, cor king and market sts, 116 queen st 
" mrs cor king and calhoun sts 
" Thos clerk, S C R R, cor king and calhoun fits 
** C R attorney, 20 broad st, 53 beaufain st 
*' mrs S B 53 beaufain st 

** W P prof mathematics, ch college, 63 beaufain st 
*« JW do literature, do 53 do 

" F T m d. 53 beaufain st 
" E K teacher, 53 beaufain st 
Millar, R S baker, 131 meeting st 
Milleney, P clerk, east-bay, 195 east bay 
Miller, S S job printer, 50 east-bay, 7 wall st 
" A E do 5 broad st, 43 tradd st 




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Miller, J D clerk, commercial whaif, 22 friend st 

^ G do 30 vendue range, king st, ward 6 

'' J A do 68 easubay, warren st ' 

'^ A A barber, 140 east-bay, Washington st 

*' A P clerk, cor king and market sts, beaufain st 

'' W clerk, 198 king st, 2 rutledge st 

" Lewis grocer, i I king st 

" Wm cabinet-maker, 167 171 173 king st,99 queen 

*' J C pastor, wentworth st, methodist ch 65 coming 

" & Burger, clothing, 273 king st 

" F C clothing, 273 king st, vanderhorst st 

" Wm teller bank state so. ca. hudson st 

^' J H bootmaker, 32 tradd st 

" Robt seaman, 2 Philadelphia st 

*' Zadock sail-maker, 229 east-bay 

« W H 50 queen st 

" John drayman, 26 laurens st 

" Louis boot-maker, 57 wentworth st 

« W T sail-maker, 19 franklin st 

" Frederick, tailor, 12 pitt st 

" Ed. machinist, king st, ward 6 

'^ James accountant, cannon st 

<^ Elizabeth cannon st 

" W porter, jasper's court 

" T J accountant, warren st 

<' S D rope-maker, vanderhorst st 

" J W carpenter, do 

" J C grain dealer, dewee's wharf, mary st 

« T S teacher, John st, hanover st 
Milliken, E P dry goods, 42 east-bay, 162 meeting st 

« Wm grocer 155 east-bay, cor society & ea:;»t-bay 

« AT accountant, 139 meeting 162 meeting st 

« Thos planter, st georges, 162 meeting st 

Milligan, Ed blacksmith, cor coming and cannon sts 

« mrs Ed dry goods, cor do do do 

Mills, Beach & Co grain dealers, cor east-bay and com v^f 

** Otis grain dealer, cor e bay & com whf, 36 meeting 

" Clark, artist, 9 atlantic st 

*' S M clerk, 147 meeting st, meeting st 

«< S S grocer, 56 market st, 69 tradd st 
Milne, A planter, st Johns island, 18 rutledge st 
Milncr, J G auc & com mcht 21 vendue range 17 society 
Minburg, R laborer america st 



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Minildus, D G grocer st philip st, ward 6 
Minis, Robert planter, 227 east-bay 
Minns, nors M st philip st, ward 8 
JMinto, J clothier 23 market st, 52 king 
Miot, Albert clerk central wharf, mansion house 
Miscally, D W clerk 7 marsh st 
Misdorf, Jacob sea captain 24 savage st 
Mishaw, John boot-maker 76 raeeiing st 

'^ Joshua 3 college st 

" Rebecca warren st 
Missroon, Henry steam packet agt adger's whf 2 east-bay 
Mitchell, W E clerk southern whf 24 bull st 

" Thomas clerk commercial whf 

" J D accountant vanderhorst's whf 98 wentworth 
^ " C T & Co com mchts atlantic whf 

'* C T com mcht atlantic whf 15 meeting st 

" J S, m. d. 91 meeting st 261 east-bay 

** PA accountant 21 hayne st 98 wentworth 

" G A clothing 118 meeting st, coming 

" William clerk 118 do 

'* D clerk 270 king st 

" CM 270 king st 

" mrs M milliner 272 king st 

" T C cabinet maker queen st 

" E accountant 14 state st 
''^' " Nelson attorney st michael's alley cor george and 
meeting sts 

" A R cotton press 15 meeting st 

'* miss M A 3 1 beaufain st 

'* Harriet 23 beaufain st 

** A west st 

" Edward planter edisto island, 12 savage st 

" William millwright 6 mazjck st 

" H W clerk meeting st 98 wentworth 

*• JEM farmer st andrews parish cannon st 

** Ann chapel st 
Mixer, D proprietor Charleston hotel meeting st 
Macriff, B A grocer calhoun st 
Moffet, J R com mcht 78 east*bay 4 hasel st 
" G H clerk 54 east-bay 198 east-bay 
** Alexander clerk 54 east-bay 198 east-bay 
Moise, E W clerk 30 vendue range I college st 
<< C H accountant 133 meeting st 1 college st 
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Moise, Abraham attj court house sq 1 college st 
" T P clerk I hayne st 18 beaufain st 
« BF clerk 29 do 18 do 
" A asst cashier bank Charleston 4 green st 
" Isaac stock broker 1 19 east-bay 26^ pitt st 
" nirs R dry goods king st ward 6 
MoisoD, Arthur clerk 169 meeting st spring st 

" U machinist columbus st 
Molle, miss H £ 8 savage st 
Molony, J grocer 116 church st 
Monahan, Richard laborer king st ward 6 
MoncriefF, Geo cooper 21 state st 
Monefeldt, W S dentist 243 king st 
Montgomery, C W clerk 213 kingst 27 george st 
" A watch-maker 27 george st 

« S do 27 do 

« JW do 27 do 

Monpoey, Houvre planter st andrews pa 40 bull st 
Mauseau, A carpenter mary st 
Montague, mrs C 108 went worth st 
Mood, W G dry goods 32 east-bay 75 beaufain st 
•' E M pump and block maker foot hasel cor com- 
ing and duncan sts 
** John silversmith 293 king st 
" J R m. d george st 293 king st 
" J McC R carpenter cannon st 
Moodie, A G clerk allantic wharf 
Moody, G W accountant vanderhorst wharf east-bay 
" AH tinsmith king st 
" W M st Charles coffee house 220 king st 
Moore, J E clerk commercial wharf 32 savage st 
<* J clerk east bay cor king and market sts 
" G A printer 188 king st 
** J V clerk 157 meeting st 3 middle st 
" W B dry goods 68 market st 
« H J 70 king st 
" mrs E 73 church st 
" Geo pastor beaufort 3 middle st 
" J O A clerk east bay 3 do 
*• John clerk atlantic wharf 32 savage st 
" Wm 32 savage st 
<« mrs F 32 do 
<< Franklin pattern-maker 3 gadsden st 



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Moore, Robt engineer 3 gadsden st 
** mrs St philips st ward 6 
'^ Martin drayman amherst st 
^ John carpenter sires alley 
Moorhead, James grocer 26 archdale st 

" mrs A coming st ward 6 

Moral], Alex, coach trimmer cor meeting and market sts 
Moran, J M carpenter vernon st 
" £d. m. d. cannon st 
" mrs E henrielta st 
•* F porter 82 east-bay queen st 
V Mordecai, M C com mcht 1 10 east bay 43 meeting st 
*' T W broker and auct 25 broad st 7 new st 
'* B broker 9^ state st 49 wentworth st 
" miss H 67 beaufain st 
Moreland, £ M clerk adger's wharf 7 south-bay 

*' A 7 south-bay 
Morgan, Benjamin 16 middle st 

" J B sea captain 1 1 middle st 
** mrs F E dry goods 1 1 middle st 
Morien, portrait painter 349 king st 
Moroso, A fruiter 3 broad st 6 friend st 
Morrallo J B & J fruitter 129 king st 
« JB do 129 do 

" J do 129 do 

Morris, Henry dis clerk plan &» mec bk charlotte st 

" J out door clerk bank so Carolina 36 wentworth st 
** mrs A 25 beaufain st 
" John wheelright king st ward 6 bogard st 
Morrison, Samuel clerk 127 east-bay 

** Robt clerk 133 meeting st, 1 12 queen st 
" James laborer 79 beaufain st 
Morse, A H ship-carpenter cannon st 

" mrs M marion st 
Mortimer, Jackson moulder 171 east-bay 

" S H sec & treas ch ins & trust co drake st 

" Thomas Washington st ward 5 

Morton, W R hardware dealer 133 meeting st king st 
Moses, E J clerk 20 east-bay meeting st 

'* A J do atlantic wharf 1 pinckney st 
" miss A 6 horlbeck alley 
*' Samuel deputy sheriff 47 wentworth st 
^ Isaiah king st ward 5 



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Moses, L J chapel st 

** Levy amherst st 
Mosian, John gunsmith 50 slate st 
Mosimann, accountant standard office 183 east-baj 
Motta, mrs S A private boarding 101 king st 
Motte, Darilla mantua maker calhoun st ward 5 

<^ Jennette pastry cook charlotte st 
Mottet & Huchet, ship and com mchts adger's wharf 

" E do do do do 321 king st 

Moultrie, Wm barber 106 meeting st 66 calhoun st 
*' miss E dressmaker 99 market st 

" James m. d. 14 montague st 

Mountrie, Robt barber 2 anson st 
Mouzon, H J clerk 1 16 meeting st 183 meeting at 
" L H collector 183 meeting st 
^ Charles 4 st philips st 
Mowry, E C atty 20 broad st 1 75 meeting st 
'^ S & L com mchts 74 east-bay 
" S do mcht 74 do 175 meeting st 

" LD do do 74 do 8 hasel st 
" WS clerk 74 do 175 meeting st 

Muckenfuss, H & B lumber dealers smith st 

" H W do do do 86 wentworth st 

" BSD carpenter president st 

« H 86 wentworth st 

Muir, mrs J private broading 24 broad st 

*• mrs L W 74 broad st 
Mullens, mrs 34 church st 
« D pilot 34 church st 

« J do 34 do 
Muller, H W clerk 135 king st 

<* Rev L 277 king st 
/« T D m. d. 83 tradd st 
** C dry goods 26 anson st 
" H grocer cor east-bay and calhoun st 
MuUings, H pilot 3 atlantic st 
Mullins, W do 99^ east-bay 
Mulloy, H E cannon st 

" ML plasterer cannon st 
Mulry, W clerk meeting st 26 wentworth st 

•* L do 35 hayne st queen st 
Muncreef, A S bricklayer 71 queen 
Munroe, Brewster & Dunkin, attys 65 meeting st 



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Munroe, Robt atty 65 meetings st 10 montague st 

'^ George clerk 56 east-bay 10 do 

Mure, Robt com mcht boyce & co's wharf 68 church st 
Murden, misses female school 34 society st 
Murly, H drayman 12 middle st 
Murphy, Martin porter 135 meeting st vanderhorst st 
•' Peter laborer 53 tradd st 

'* Ihomas do 28 state st 

" Thomas bricklayer 32 queen st 

" mrs E midwife 23 society st 

" James clerk hayne st mary st 

*' Patrick mary st 

V Murray, W C com mcht 26 east-bay cor so bay & church 
" T A boot-maker 144 east- bay 

« F clothier 181^ east bay 

i '• mrs M 53 king st 

! " Charles 53 do 

** mrs E 18 south-bay 

^^ Jos teacher collegiate institute 7 friend st 

" James plasterer calhoun st ward 5 

Murrell, J H accountant courier office 20 savage st 
" mrs L 3 wall st 

*« J J 23 middle st 

Mustard, D eng & mach foot hasel cor laurens & marsh st 
Myer, P F clerk 224 king st archdale st 
Myers, J S tavern-keeper 115 meeting st archdale st 

" G tailor 34 pinckney st ^,// 

" mrs A 14 Clifford st 

" mrs M ginger-pop maker cor st philips & spring sts 
" Solomon 5 aiken row 
" miss H 5 do 
" J E wood fac reid st 
Myette, Ed. fisherman 84 king st 

N. 

Nabb, John sea capyjain 39 george st 
Nabur, M mantua maker morris st 
Nachman, A dry goods king st ward 6 

" A do 100 anson st 

Nance, F A grocery mcht I hayne st ch hotel 
Naeer, F 16 coming st 
Nathan M H coach-mak cor mtg & wenth sts 30 st philips 

<< S clerk 4 gillon st 30 st philips st 



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Nathan, A cabinet-maker 30 st philips st 
" Henry seaman 30 do 
" L grocer king st ward 6 
" Nathan do do 6 
Nayel, Vincent baker 97 king st 
Naylor, W dry goods 40 east-bay 46 beaufain st 
Neal W M carpenter 29 queen st 
NefF, B m. d. 20 calhoun st 
Nell, Andrew engineer hampden court 

" Angeline 13 mazyck st 
Nelly, mrs 349 king st 
Nelson, Christopher barkeeper exchange st 
« Peter barber 169 east-bay 
^ S A clerk 43 hayne st 101 meeting st 
« Purvis clerk 273 king st 269 king st 
" Maria pitt st ward 6 
Nelme, J W clerk, S C R R John st 
Nester, John moulder 12 east-bay 
Neumayer, Lewis clerk 205 king st 
Neufville, mrs E shop-keeper 53 tradd st 
Neuman, James trader st philips st 
Neust, George clerk ferry boats 3 coming st 
Newbold, mrs 34 wentworth st 
Newell, John gas fitter 4 montague st 
Narman, Philip wood seller 22 montague st 

" N ginger- pop maker meeting st ward 7 
Newton, W N ship-wright coming st ward 6 
" J A clerk east-bay coming st ward 6 
" capt Wm planter st georges cannon st 
Niaause, A H grocer cor calhoun and smith sts 
Nichols & Gibbs com mchts boyce & co*s wharf 

" J C com mcht do do 59 king st 

** J H dry goods hayne st meeting st 
Nicholson, J clerk cor broad and church sts 
Nickerson, G W printer standard office 
« T S clerk Charleston hote^ 

Niebuhr, J P druggist 89 king st 

« J P do cor tradd and church sts 
Nimitz, A grocer 63 east-bay 

« C clerk 63 do 
Nipson, T S clerk 228 king st queen st 
Nisbet, Douglas st boat agent boyce & co's wharf 
Nixon, J B printer and publisher 48 broad st 44 queen st 



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Noble, James naval officer ashley st 
Nolan, John carpenter 10 anson st 
*' J J do 48 beaufain st 
'* mrs J J private boarding 48 beaufain st 
Norman, A E clerk 215 king st 

'* G A st philips si ward 6 

Norris, W H cooper bennet's mill 20 Washington st 
" distiller 22 wathington st 

** H M clerk 157 east-bay 24 mazyck st 

" James ^^*y nafif^p"^'* east-bay lynch st 
" Samuel fireman S R R coming st 
U^ North, E m. d. 79 meeting st 

" Thomas blacksmith cannon st 
'* Abram drayman calhoun st ward 5 
W Northop & Allemong, atiys 17 broad st 

" CB do 17 do 50 king st 

'' mrs L M cor bee and president sts 

" LB do do do 

Norton, J H clerk 29 vendue range 115 queen st 
*' C grocer laurens st 
** miss R dress-maker 214J king st 
« Richard clerk 288 k.ng st 318 king st 
" J 1st book keeper bk Charleston 115 queen st 
Nowell, J L planter santee reid st 
NuefFer & Hendrix, com mchts 124 east-bay 

" G A com mcht 124 east-bay commercial hotel 
Nugent, Michael clerk 65 anson st 

O. 

O'Brien, T livery stables 28 Chalmers st 

** Peter clerk 222 king st 13 college st 
*• Ed, carpenter 69 king st 
" Andrew clerk 261 kingst 95 queen st 
** Andrew boot-maker 1 1 anson st 
" Michael laborer 24 queen st 
" James mason 95 do 
" James laborer amherst st 
O'Callighan, D clerk 116 church st 
O'Connor, Wm watchmaker 79 beaufain st 
0*Dot, Vincent confectioner 81 king st 
O'Driscol mrs music teacher 13 church st 
O'Garrow, James laborer 83 queen st 
« T clerk tradd st 1 1 1 church st 



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O'Hara, Wm clerk 143 east-bay 14 wentworth st 

<^ mrs H 18 montague st 
O^Hear, Jas fac commercial whf st philips st ward 6 

'* J F coming st ward 6 
O'Leary, D saddler 89 church st 

'< Daniel laborer bedon's alley 

" Daniel sbip-carpenter 4 atlantic st 
O'Maree, John sec ban bookseller 86 queen st 76 queen st 
O'Neale, T P clerk 122 east bay 20 magazine st 

" W T do 17 Chalmers st 20 do 

" James carpenter 20 do 

O'Neill, R com mcht 135 east bay 58 meeting st 

'^ J F do 145 do Chalmers st 

" James boot-maker 98 meeting st 

" Thomas do 98 do 

" mrs H private boarding 41 queen st 

'' Hugh saddler 41 queen st 

" mrs E 84 queen st 

^* Francis stone-mason 15 franklin st 

" rev Patrick st patrick church king st ward 6 

" Edmund cor rulledge and cannon st 

" William laborer cannon st 

** Patrick planter cannon st 

" Patrick laborer 17 state st 
O'Rielly, J B printer 4 mazyck st 
O'Sullivan, Thomas printer minority st 

« J 1 8 1^ east-bay 

" John laborer 33 state st 

0*Wen, L imp insp custom house 

*• L m. d. 102 church st 

" L D clerk 13 southern wharf 102 church st 
Oakley, R S druggist 150 king st 

" WO exchange office 26 broad st 
Oakes, Z B broker and auctioneer 7 state st 72 queen stj 
Oarbis, H clerk 123 king st 
Oates, Geo music & bookstore 234 236 king st 234 king 

<< E H clerk 134 236 king st234 king st 

« H T do do do do do do 
Oberhauser, J druggist 128 church st 
Oelrick J C piano and organ builder 70 queen st 
Oetjen Henry grist-mill cor radclifie and coming sts 
Oettegeu, John laborer king st ward 6 
Oetten, H grain dealer 108 meeting st coming st 



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Ogemall, J C grocer 370 king st 
Ogier, T L m. d. 37 east-bay, 33 east-bay 
Ogilvie, J T clerk 15 broad st vanderhorst wharf 

^^ Mathew mcht 21 broad st 5 logan st 

Ohlandt, W grocer 4 market st 
Ohlrogga, P do cor king and columbus sts 
Oldenbuttel, H grocer 53 market st 
Olier, B 40 st philips st 
Oliver & Aucrum, tailors 215 east-bay 
" J H gilder 23 king st 
'* W boot-maker 43 society st 40 st philips st 
'Olney, G W com mcht 11 vendue range Radcliffe st 
Oltmann, H clerk cor king and reid sts 
Oppenheim & Brother, com mcht 102 east-bay 

'* J H com mcht 102 east-bay meeting st w*d 5 

** S H do do 102 do cor king & Hudson sts 

" H W do do cor king and hudson sts 

Orcliard, Saml wheelwright market st 
Orcutti, L gilder 154 king st 104 queen st 

" W livery stabler 9 mazyck st 
Or'well, George linguard st 
Osborn, George sea captain 38 archdale st 
Ostendorff, J H clothier 87 east-bay 
Osterholtz, J grocer cor mill and ashley sts 
Otgan, John clothier 95 east-bay 
Otis, Walker 2 church st 
Ottoleugui, J broker and auctioneer 20 broad 
Otten, C grocer 18 tradd st 
'* H do 44 anson st 
'« D B do elizabeth st 
Otyens, mrs baker 17 tradd st 
Owens, Stephen clerk 70 east-bay roper's court 
« W gardener 40 beaufain st 
" Hager paine court 
** Alexander butcher cannon st 
Oxlade, T C watch-maker 61 broad st 15 middle st 

P. 

Pacetti, A marion st 

Paddock, B C clerk 19 hayne st ch hotel 
Padron, Antonius segar-maker woolfe st 
Page, John shop-keeper 105 king st reid st m 

Pahnkin, C H druggist 123 meeting st 
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Paine & Lucas, com mchts 68 east-bay 

^y E T com mcht 68 east-bay coming st ward 6 

*^ capt Thomas U S N vanderhorst st 
Painter, N m. d. calboun st ward 5 
Palmer, B W clerk vanderhorst wharf rutledge st ward 6 

" J W do police office 7 hard alley 

** W S carpenter 1 1 logan st 
Pansin C clerk under american hotel 
Pape, Y grocer cor tradd and legare st 
Papy, J saddler king st 
Parker Thos clerk vanderhorst whf cor tradd & logan sts 

" W S carpenter 60 meeting st 

" Chas city surv fire-proof b cr lambol & legare st 

'* B J clerk 19 hayne st 6 george st 

'*. mrs A G milliner 200 king st 

'* F S planter goose creek 10 legare st 

" mrs S J 5 horlbeck alley 

" mrs M 1 1 cliiFord st 

«< W MJ 26 george st 

** S D accountant 6 george st 

** mrs C king st ward 6 

" R D planter Washington st ward 5 

" misses chapel st 
Parkeson, mrs M S 74 broad st 

** John bell-hanger 17 queen st 

Parks, Geo & Co, booksellers and publishers 41 broad st 

** Geo booksel & publish 41 br'd st cr queen &> cb st 
Parret, mrs S G 1 3 wall st 

Parsell, W N furniture dealer 314 king st mchts* hotel 
Parsons, Joseph primer 8 burn's lane 

« T J clerk 248 king st friend st 

" mrs 8 burn's lane 

Passailaigue, J E machinist st philips st ward 6 
" mrs rutledge st ward 8 

" Lewis blacksmith spring st 

Patar, James sea captain longitude lane 
Patat, Francis cabinet-maker smith st 

" James confectioner cannon st 

** Francis cabinet-maker cannot st 

" mrs A spring st 

" Charles painter woolfe st 

atch, N carpenter king st ward 6 
Paterson, B com mcht atlantic wharf huntsville ala 



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Pateraon, Wm accountant atlantic wharf 85 broad st 

^' & Stock ship and com mchts atlantic wharf 

'' J L ship & com mcbt ate wf queen & meet'g fits 

" Wm painter 110 meeting st 

^' George sea captain 22 church st 

'' SB steam boat insp 61 queen st 

** W P carpenter, 6 liberty st 

<< & Burns bl'smiths & wh'wrights cr met'g dt John 

" F S bPsmith & wheelwright do do 

" G W collector 40 broad st st philips st ward 6 

Patrick, J B dentist 231 king st calhoun st 

" C farmer king st ward 6 

Pattani, J fruit ter 19 market st 
Patton, W M watch-maker 235 king st 297 king st 

*< John fac and com mcht ace whf buntsville ala 

" Wm warfinger union wharf 16 laurens st 
Paul & Brown gro& spirits dealers cor br'd &> church sts 
Dunbar spirits dealers cor b'd & ch sts 20 new st 
John clerk do do 20 do 

Pauls, F grocer 21 market st 

" F do 16 franklin st 

" H clerk 44 state st 
Pawly, Rebecca calhoun st ward 5 
Paxton, W y publisher evening news 54 wentworth st 
Payne, N K book-keeper union b*k 8 green st v 

** R K city surveyor court house sq line st 

" J S 19 friend st 

" mrs 18 hasel st 
Peaucenteler, C laborer williams row 
Pearce, Richard furniture dealer 40 george st 

" P meeting st ice house 66 queen 
Pearson, mrs A 22 smith st 

" BE carpenter 215 east-bay 

Pecare, M clerk 334 king st 
Peirce, Matthews clerk 326 king st 
Pelder, Philip boot-maker 8 tradd st 
Pelerin, madame milliner and dressmaker 294 king st 
Pellegrin, P plasterer 42 market st 
Pelot, W L clerk 40 east-bay 7 water st 

** J A mercantile teacher 167 meeting st 56 calhoun 

" J Crews clerk 244 king st 17 george st 

^ J Cooper do 244 do cor meeting and market sts 

" W M teacher vanderhorst st 



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Pelzer, A P m. d. 2 Beaufain st 

" G S do king st ward 6 

« F S grocer king st ward 8 president st 
Pendarois, Jacob carpenter rutledge st ward 8 
Penniman, J L clerk 243 king st 236 king st 
Penseed, Margaret st philips st ward 6 
Peper, L M grocer cor coming and cannon sts 
Pepper, A M mary st 

" P M clerk mary st 
Percival, John watchman doughty st 
Peronneau, H W atly 93 tradd st 

«' W H do 20 broad st 5 gibbs st 

" Abram laborer charlotte st 

Perry, R W clerk com wharf cor market and church sts 

" Wm export inspector custom house 

" Benjamin sec state fire-p'f bld'g summerville so ca 

" Wm private boarding 45 market st 

^' Ed. clerk hayne st 46 beanfain st 

« W H do 229 king st 269 king st 

" A do 181 east-bay 193 meeting st 

'' mrs R 42 beaufain st 

^' Abraham gadsden st 

*' mm J 2 st philips st 

■* -Francis butcher st philips st ward 6 
P^-ucrman, H grocer marsh st 

** M do 32 meeting st 

" F do cor church and atlantic sts 

Peters, Jas out door elk S W R R bank 106 church st 

" miss Jane 5 1 anson st 

** George seaman 88 queen st 
Peterson, mrs music teacher 8 middle st 
Petit, A J tinner 62 market st 
Petigrew, Wm m. d. 64 broad st 
Petigru & King, attys st michael's alley 

« J L atty do do 103 broad st 

« D do district court 103 do 

" J Louis clerk cor vanderhorst wharf and east-bay 
cor market and church sts 

« capt T U S N 30 bull st 

« J L jr 30 bull st 
Petit, F confectioner 194 king st. 

" E W ins broker 4 broad st 194 king st 
Petschy J D transp agt S G R R meeting st ward 5 



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Petsch, Wm mechanic spring st 
' *' AH car-builder line st elizabeth st 
Petzer, F J fac adgers wharf 
Peurifoj, Dr A botanic med vanderhorst st 
Pejsso, mrs M L 57 queen st 
Phelps, F E clerk 84 east-bay bee st 

^ mrs M bee st 
' Phillips, Otis grain dealer 126 east-bay 16 new st 
" J E atty fire-proof building chapel st 
"^ Geo boot-maker 129^ meeting cr queen & state 

'' John atty 84 church st 158 meeting st 

" C clothier 352 king st 

" mrs 14 pinckney st 

^ St John m. d. 44 beau fain st 

^' rev Ed. pas st thos and st denis ch 44 beaufain st 

^ mrs E seamstress 40 mazyck 

Phimo, Thos clerk 35 broad st broad st 
Phynney, J printer standard office 
Picault, mrs C dry goods 67 state st 
Pickett, John^astor st james church reid st 
' Pierson &, Jennings, clothing 26 hayne st 

'< J S do 26 do Charleston hotel 

" E clerk 26 hayne st pavilion hotel 
" W J clerk 238 king st king st 
Pickering H 9 west st 

Pinckney, B G clerk adgers wharf 34 meeting st 
** R CI jr accountant boyce whf 34 meeting 
" Chas imp inspec custom house 3 st philips st 
" H L tax collector fire-proof bid 3 do 
" Roger, 28 king st 
'* Hopson ass teller state bank 88 tradd st 
" R Q. surveyor 34 meeting st 
" mrs H 193 east-bay 
" C C pastor grace church 15 rutledge st 
" mrs L 29 pitt st 
Pingle, J H grocer cor calhoun and elizabeth sts 
Piot, J B planter meeting st ward 5 

« JF do do do 

Pitner, A G clerk 135 meeting st Charleston hotel 
Plane, Thos clerk cor east-bay & adgers whf 35 east-bay 

** W A imp insp custom house 35 east-bay 
Plaspoldt, H laborer st philips st ward 8 
Plein, H grocer 80 beaufain*st 

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Plemeau, J F coppersmith, meeting st ward 5 
Plenge, G tailor 94 meeting st 
Plessman, W mattrass-maker cor king and leid sts 
Plogen, P H bootmaker cor king and ann sts 
Poincigon, A cooper 19 tradd st 
*< £ tinner 1 1 queen st 
Poinsett, P barber 205 east-bay 
Police, F 78 church st 
Pollin, W B tavern-keeper 20 queen st 
Ponjaud, A 25 hasel st 
Pooser, H ordly serg guard house amherst st 
Pope, J J aity 61 broad st 42 bull 

" Wm baker 18 tradd st 

'' J J law student 2 glebe st 
Popenheim, J F planter goose creek st philips st ward 6 
Poppan, D clerk 1 1 muzyck st 
Porcher, F J cotton broker adgers wharf 7 watef st 

" Peter m. d. 53 church st 

" FY do 119 do 

" Peterjr 63 do • 

*« CJ 53 do 

" P J broker and auct 25 broad st 28 south-Uay 

<^ Frederick prof ch college 34 soutb-bay 

'* mrs 34 south-jpay 

•' miss 34 do 

" F P in. d. 28 wentworth st 

<^ miss C cor smith and calhoun sts 
Porte, Rebecca pastry cook 51 coming st 
Porter N M grocer 222 king st 13 college st 

« B Fatty 41 broad st 

«^ W D do 30 do 1 pitt si 

" Wm 13 college st 
Post, R pastor circular church 22 meeting st 
Potli, mrs m Judith st 

Potter L T com mcht 1 47 east-bay Charleston hotel 
Poughree, L picture seller coming st ward 6 
Powell, J V carpenter 349 king st 
Powers, Ed. drayman 97 meeting st 

" * F grocer cor state and market sts 

** JJTm laborer st philips st ward 8 
Poyas, miss H S 76 wentworth st 

^ W R engineer 76 do 

*• mrs 124 tradd st '^^ 



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Poyas, James planter santee 2 aiken row 
Pratt, George engineer 120 wentworlh st 

" CD clerk 19 hajne st oharleston hotel 
Pregnell, Henry carpenter 16 rutledge st 
Prellion, Rose 23 college st 
Prendergast E dry goods 131 king st 
Pressley, B C atty 41 broad st 13 coming st 
^ Preston, Jas com mcht 100 east-bay 66 queen st 

** John S planter Columbia hudson st 

'* Jos. 12 hasel st 

Price, Jas clerk southern wharf 83 broad st 

" T saddler 2 Chalmers st 

" #W J mechanic 108 king st 

" EL clerk stolls alley 108 king st 

" mrs M 10 st philips st 

" mrs M 59 coming st 

'' Alfred hardware dealer 24 hayne st 59 meeting st 
Pritchard, C C m. d. 160 east-bay 

i* Wm cleik 1 hayne st 32 pinckney st 

" W H pyrotechnist 2 society st 

" Paul ship-carpenter 1 gibbs st 

Prince, H T market whf 

" S G printer 211 east-bay 

*• EC clerk 147 meeting st meeting st ward 5 

** miss Sarah 108 king st 

** H clothing 299^ king st king st 

" Geo drugs and botanic med 330 king st 

** E J clerk east-bay 76 tradd st 

" mrs S dry goods 214 east-bay 

" mrs S do king st ward 6 

<' mrsE chapel st 

« S H clerk SCR R. chapel st 

•* J H do east-bay do 

« A L do S C R R woolfe st 

" Henry sea captain 6 minority st 
"" Pringle, R A boot and shoe deal 30 east-bay 20 society sts 
I «• J R com mcht adgers wharf 9 legare st 
I ** M A do do broad st 

V. « W A & E J altys cor broad and church sts 

" W A atty cor broad and church sts 18 meeting 

<< E J do do do 9 Mng st 

\ ". W B planter santee 9 king st 
I *< mrs £ 160 meeting^ 



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Pringle, B G 20 society st 
Printan, Barney laborer 16 mazyck st 
Prioleau, W H clerk 114 east-bay 38 meeting st 
<' C K do central wharf 4 gibbs st 
<' J Ford m. d. 96 meeting st 38 meeting st 
•« T G do 96 do 38 do 
<' F C col clerk plan & mec bank 3 legare st 
<< mrs 3 meeting st 
Prior, S T clerk 175 meeting st 26 burns lane 
'< BR accountant 43 hayne st liberty st 
<' John clerk 37 hayne st 3 wentworth st 
Proctor, W £ clerk 82 east -bay 25 wentworth st 
" HG do 153 do 25 do 

« Wm do 141 do 25 do 

Prothro, N B lumber fac west end broad st 256 kingst 
Prout, Daniel laborer 7 burns lane 
Puckerhaber, Jno grocer cor ashley and bee sts 
Purcy, mrs A 27 mazyck st 
Purse, R S soda foundary 37 market st 34 anson st 
'• R E L clerk 37 do 34 do 

" J S upholsterer 267 kingst 
** T F accountant king st ward 7 rutledge st ward 8 
" Benjamin cooper bee st 
Pye, Henry fireman S C R R coming st 

Q- 

Gluackenbush, T L grocer 116 church st 
Gluale, mre M 337 king st 
duash, Ed, m. d. 2 college st 

« mrs R H 2 do 

<< Francis planter st thos st cor rutledge & spring st 

« Martha 40 pitt st 
Quigly, W A clerk 39 Hayne st 148 meeting st 

" C boot and shoe dealer 76 church st 
Q,uinby, J H king st ward 5 
Gluinn, Daniel wheelwright vernon st 

" Michael laborer do 

<* Michael mason 20 tradd st 
Gluinen, mrs B president st 
Gluire, Ann jaspers court 

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Rabb, Jas pump & block ma)r-market wf 32 pinckney st 



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Rabb, John engineer Charleston fac amherst st 
Rabe, Robert livery stabler george st 43 calhoun 
Radcliflfe, J T 7 college st 

" N brick-layer spring st 

Rahall, Patrick tavern-keeper 124 meeting st 
Raine, H J clerk work house 41 beaufain st 
Ralf, C do 11 south-bay 
Rame, C baker 83 east-bay 
Ramkin, rars J 85 tradd st 
Ramsay, W G m. d. 77 tradd st 

" miss M teacher 62 broad st 

" miss C do 62 do 

Ramzan. mrs M meeting st ward 5 
Rankin, G F clothyag 27 hayne st Charleston hotel 

** G painter 1 19 king st 

Kanorth, H J engineer S C R R spring st 

" E J do do hampden court 

Rantin, Wm M daguerotypist radclifie st 
Rappman, John shoe-maker 158 king st 
Raveneau, teacher 51 broad st 
Ravenel & Co., ship & com mchts 16 east-bay 

" Wm do do mcht 16 do 9 east-bat'y 

« A F do do do 16 do 2 do 

•' F G do do do 16 do 2 do 

" Jas fac & com mcht 22 east bay 19 east-battery 

•* Henry prest union bank 114 tradd st 

" Daniel do plant & mec bank 23 east battery 

" S & J m. d*s. 2 east-battery 

" John 2 east-battery 

" mrs Eliza 58 broad st 

Raymond, H H atty 21 broad st 2 water st 
Read, J R clerk 237 king st 249 king st 

" J Harlston planter georgetown 4 rutledge st 
Reaux, Francis clerk 134 queen st 
Rebb, Lewis contractor and builder 27 bull st 
Recardy, Jos tavern-keeper 115 east-bay 
Rechtglaut, H tailor 37 queen st 
Reddock, A carpenter 81 do 
Redfouz, E F drayman 62 state st 
Redmond, W S com mcht com wf cor legareand tradd sts 

*' George fruiter 1 10 king st 

Reed, mrs seamstress 120 king st 

" J P dry goods king st ward 6 



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Reeder, Oswell grocery mcht king st ward 8 
" MB clerk king st 76 wentworth st 

Reedj, J A clerk cor east-bay and market sts guignard st 
" mrs M private boarding 195 east-bay 

Reeves, S L jun carpenter 184 meeting st 
** MS prof music warren st 
'^ Solomon carpenter reid st 

Reibet B grocer 82 anson st 

Reid, G P cashier bank so ca 18 newst 
" Geo clerk central wharf 18 do 
'^ Andrew accountant vanderhorst st 
" Jas accountant church st charlotte st 

Reigne, A P clerk 18 queen st 

Reims, John do 345 king st 

Reinj John trimming weaver calhoun st ward 5 

Reincke, Geo tailor 191 king st 
<* Geo do 348 do 

Reinhardt, cutler manufacturer 121 meeting st 
" A boot.maker 1 19 king st 

Reix, G tavern-keeper 195 east-bay 

Rekopa, Geo cabinet-maker 296 king st 

Rendels, Thos private boarding 5 market st 

Rene, B carpenter coming st ward 6 

Renneker, J H grocer 134 king st head queen st 

Rentz, mrs A john*st 

Reshland, W boot maker 95 meeting st 

Revels, F C barber cor vanderhorst and king sts 

Rews, Wm laborer Washington st 

Reynolds &> Co, coach-makers 85 meeting st 

** GNjrdo maker 85 do 28 hasel st 

** R F do do 85 do cor legareA 

lambol sts 
" G N cor legare and lambol sts 

" Bishop 80 broad st 

" mrs A 51 anson st 

** Wm pro drays cor hanover and reid sts 

Rhett & Robson, facs and com mchts atl antic wharf 
" B S fac & com mcht atl wharf rutledge.st ward 6 
" B ra. d. 9 1 meeting st cor america and mary 
" Roland ast clerk plan and mech bank 
" C H atty 20 broad st cor america and mary sts 
« J S do 20 do do do 

" & Schroder attys st michaels alley| 



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fihett, Wm atty st mich alley cor east-bay &, laurens sts 

" R Barnwell planter vanderhorst 8t 
Rhodes, Sarah st philips st ward 8 
Rice, J W auc & com mcht 17 vendue range 26 society st 

" H S not pub 85 east-bay cor east-bay & longitude I 

" N clerk 75 east-bay cor east-bay & longitude lane 

'* mrs private boarding do do do 

'* C J clerk 133 meeting st 9 lambol st 

" Wm judge city hall 9 lambol st 
Rich, John watch-maker king st ward 5 
Richards, W C ed so literary gaz 249 king st 

*' E A clerk 21 vendue range 1 12 went worth st 

" G R ship-smith 130 east-bay 251 east-bay 

" madame A milliner 230 king st 

" F draper and tailor 32 broad st 112 went worth 

" Margaret morris st 

" Loresa amherst st 

Richardson & Brother bell-hangers 89 meeting st 

** C Y bell-hanger 89 meeting st 

*« JCE do 89 do 

" John steam-boat capt 115 meeting st 

«' F D atty 49 broad st; 

Richburg, J C clerk 30 east-bay cannon st - 
Richon, Lewis sail-maker 15 st philips st 
Riddell, J S planter 8 lynch 

** J H ladies' shoe-maker 137 king st 

Ridgaway, J clerk cor meeting and market sts queen st 
Rielly, Thos fac southern whf cor meeting and queen sts 

** Wm shoe dealer 104 meeting st 

'*• Alexander laborer 24 laurens st 

" Patrick amherst st 
Riggs, J S harness-maker 185 meeting st st philips st w 6 

*^ J S jr broker and auct 4 state st 
Righton, J M imp insp custom house 8 bull st 
Riker, Robt engineer S C R R spring st 
Riley, Wm state ass fire pf building 13 church st 

" J J painter 32 queen st 
Ring, G E auc and com mcht 291 king st 9 bull st 

« C do do 297 do 30 savage st 

" D A 30 savage st 
Rinker, C F m. d, 104 king st 
Riols, B 48 wentworth st 
Ripley, N F Ip & oil delr 262 king cr st philips & beaufain 



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Rising, W C book-keeper Charleston hotel 

Rivers, David S warfinger atlantic wharf 99^ east-bay 

" W H printer 24 beaufain st 

" J £ atty 49 broad st 36 wentworth st 

" W J teacher 22 coming st 182 meeting st 
Rives, H P cabinet-maker and undertaker 125 king st 
V' Roach, Wm clerk cor east-bay &, adgers wf 1 1 society st 

" £d wharfinger atlantic wharf 11 society st 

" BM clerk 126 east-bay 11 do 

*• mrs Ell society st 

^< J 6 clerk 24 vendue range 20 montague st 

** mrs 20 montague st 

" Maurice laborer 178 meeting st 

'« Ed tailor 10 smith st 

*' N planter smith st ward 6 

'* Henry carpenter cannon st 
Roassis, J Segar-maker 66 state st 
Robb, Jas grocer and spirits dealer 198 king st 2 rutledgej 

«* Jasjr do do do 198 do 2 do 

" W clerk east point mills 2 rutledge st 
Robbins, A fruiter 9 market st 70 market st 
Rober, John clerk market wharf 
Roberts, A M do southern do 1 burns lane 

<< Stephen clerk 233 king st 8 vernon st 

« A J printer 23 tradd st 

" J F clerk 13 Chalmers st 122 wentworth st 

" W A bootmaker 95 king st 

< J B boot and shoe dealer 233 king st 254 king st 

" J F accountant state st 122 wentworth st 

" Isaac 10 rutledge st 

<< Saml blacksmith 44 coming st 

Robertson & Blacklock, facs cor vanderhorst wrf & e-bay 

*< Alex, fac cor vanderhorst whf east-bay battery 

" Jas com racht vanderhorst wharf 37 church st 

" F M insp drugs custom house maiden lane 

' • " Geo cot bro cent wrf cor south bay & meeting 

** L F atty 46 broad st 43 east-bay 

" F M m. d. Charleston Hotel I maiden lane 

" George moulder 18 wall-st 

•* George music teacher 25 mazyck st 

** Wm mechanic 16 calhoun st 

" Jas pro drays calhoun st ward 5 

^* Maria pitt st ward 6 



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Robinson, Alex, clerk 1 1 central wharf 7 broad st 

" John do 116 east-bay Judith 8t 

< " & Caldwell facs and com mchts atlantic whrf 

" J K fac and com mcht atlantic wf Judith st 

" ED clerk 153 east-bay 155 east-bay 

^' mrs Ann 41 king st 

<* J J pilot 41 do 

' ^' ST cashier plan & mec bank Judith st 

; « W J clerk S C R R radcliffe st 

'* S A out door elk bk of Charleston king st wd 5 

'* Mrs S J teacher 90 anson st 

•^ R king st ward 5 

*' David fireman cor columbus and nassau sts 

" John do do do 

Robion, miss dry goods 42 queen st 
Robson, J N fac & com mcht atl wf cr meeting & went'h 

" mrs S A 36 wentworth st 
Roddy, Martin laborer 10 Washington st 

" mrs M 23 st philips st 
Rodgers, T L superintendant bennett's mills 

'^ James carpenter warren st 

Rodrigues, dr B A dentist 95 meeting st 
Roesster, F locksmith 18 st philips st 
Roeth, mrs M 12 liberty st 
^ Rogers, E H & Co, fac adgers wharf 

<* EH fac adgers wharf king st ward 8 

« T L clerk do do 43 archdale st 

** Wm do courier oflite 41 tradd st 

" Murray medical student Carolina hotel 

<* SB jeweller 156 king st 

« T W clothier 242 king st 

" A tailor 13 horlbeck alley 

<< Miss E mantua-maker 12 Clifford st 

" mrs M E 6 orange st 
V ** J R clerk city council savage st 

" T J 13 archdale st 

" C king st ward 6 

" E H & Co, grocers king st ward 8 

" S W clerk king st ward 8 
Roggy, C 13 water st 

Rohliing, H boot-maker 129^ meeting st 140 king st 
Romaine, A C mason america st 
Roman, W druggist king st ward 6 
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Rondal, P boot-maker 94 meeting st 

Roos, David clothing 68 state st 

Roosevelt, Hyde & Clark, hardware dealers 139 meeting 

^* H L hardware dealer 139 meeting chas'ton htl 

Roper, mrs 30 society st . 

*' B D atty st michaels alley 1 1 meeting st 

" Richard fac vanderhorst whf 27 legare st 

" Benjamin 25 legare st 
Rose, A G president bank Charleston 9 rutledge st 

" Jas do so west rail road bank 74 broad st 

" miss A rutledge st ward 6 

*' dr Arthur planter cor rutledge and mill st 

" mrs E ann st 

" John laborer columbus st 
Rosenkranz, A clerk 1 63 east bay 
Ross, James port warden 17 exchange st 

" James blacksmith 28 vernon st 

" Wm do motts lane 

'' mrs E C tailoress 24 pinckney st 

" mrs Ann 265 east bay 

" John engineer hanover st 
Roullain, A coach-maker 102 meeting 5 glebe st 
Roumillat, J clerk 141 meeting st cor east-bay & anson st 

'* A confectioner 63 broad st 

Rouse, W M watch maker 2 queen st 
Roux, F clerk 70 east bay queen st 
Royal, L tailor horlbeck alley 
Roye, N A tinner 7 queen sf 
Ruddock, T D music teacher 23 pinckney st 
Ruffin, Henry laborer king st ward 8 
Rufl&o, Charles clerk 271 king st ward 6 
Rumillatti, J clerk meeting 171 east-bay 
Rumkin, J S tavern-keeper 28 queen st 
Rumly, Jas laborer 20 tradd st 
Rumphel, G H clerk 159 meeting st 
Runner, C grocer cor meeting and reid sts 
Russ, Benjamin ship carpenter 16 Washington st 

" John do 16 do 

** Richard brick-layer, 16 do 

Russell, Charles clerk 103 east-bay middle st 

" J B do 29 hayne st cor broad and king st 

" John bookseller 256 king st 9 pitt st 

" mrs M cor king and broad sts 



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Russell, Albert carpenter 8 orang^e st 
"' Fortin tailor 10 pilt st 
** Peter laborer st philips st ward 6 

*^ Richard mason america st 
" J B wheelwright hanover st 
Huth, Jas laborer savage st 
Rutherford, mrs private boarding, broad st 
Rutjes, A J confectioner 174 king st 
Rutland, J W printer east-bay 

Rutledge, B R ast clerk to dp col custom house vander- 
hoi;^t and smith sts 
" John plan'r st george st cr vanderhorst& smith 

*' JtR book-keeper so w rail road do do 

«' mrs HP 101 Traddst 

« EC 101 do 

" mrs S 193 east-bay 

V' Ryan, W K fac & com mcht boyce & co's wf 64 king st 
" John jr clerk do do 64 do 

" John sen appraiser of goods custom house 
" H J printer 32 tradd st 
" J coach-driver 97 market st 
" T E clerk 85 meeting st 1 1 archdale st 
" T C clerk 141 do 42 church st 
** W private boarding 89 church st 
'* W H engineer pinckney st 89 church st 
% " J S stock and exch. bro 36 broad st 
^ <^ Thos &/ Son brok^s and auc 12 state st 1 1 archdale 
'* W B broker and auctioneer 12 do 11 do 
« mrs H 21 middle st 
" O M 1 1 archdale 
" Peter live stock dealer king st ward 7 
" mrs Julia st philips st ward 6 
" Matthews carpenter president st 

S. 

Sabitou,Robt seaman ashley st 
Sachtelben A teacher 51 wentworth st 
Sage, Wm clerk 145 meeting st 30 pinckney st 
Sahlaman H grocer 2 middle st 

" C grist mill calhoun st ward 6 

Salas, R clerk central wharf queen and church st 
-. Salinas, A J broker and auc 1 state st franklin st 
Saltan, Thos R ship-carpenter mary st 



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Saltus, T W clerk central wharf 25 mazyck st 
SalvO| Jas clerk 110 east-bay 88 king st 

" mrs dry goods 88 king st 

*' G painter 166 do 

*' V M grocer king st ward 8 
Sams, D D m. d. queen st 106 church st 
Samson, S glass stainer 186 kiag st 

" J deputy assessor 98 tradd st 

« A J 98 tradd st 

Samuel, M tailor 340 king st 
Sarbs, A clerk cor king and columbus st^ 
Saspotas, J A butcher nassau st 

" F C mill Wright, nassau st 
Sass & Rives, cabinet makers & undertakers, 125 king st 

" GW do do do 125 do 

" J K 3d teller bank Charleston, 34 society st 
Sassard, John steamboat captain, 16 vernon st 
SatlifFe, John wheelwright king st ward 5 
Satterwhite, G W clerk cor king and market sts 279 king 
Saunders, Thos fac bell's wharf alexander st 

" A W O accountant 5 hayne st com*l hotel 

<^ S barber church st chalmers st 

" S brick-layer pitt st ward 6 

" Jos do do do 

" Thos do calhoun st ward 6 

" W T carpenter ashley st 

"H John brick-burner alexander st 

** J T mason 49 george st 

Savage, miss S 34 savage st 

" Thos fisherman coming st ward 6 

" Sylva 7 montague st 
Sawrie, J T clerk 1 hayne st king st 
Sayles, A A engineer 15 franklin 
Sailor, mrs L C 15 meeting st 
Sayre, J A clerk 29 hayne st 23 east-bay 
Sayers^Thos private boarding 12 market st 
Scaife, Hill & Co, com mer atlantic wharf 

" C T com mcht atlantic wharf Chester dist 
Scanlan, S E blacksmith marsh st 14 went worth st 

« C ship-smith 37 king st 

« CA do 37 do 

Scarling, H tailor 92 meeting st 41 queen st 
Schachte, John tavern-keeper cor king &, vanderborst sts 



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Schatchte Wm clerk cr king and vanderhorst sts 
Scbarfull, H clerk king st ward 6 
Schanner, Simeon laborer st philips st ward 8 
Scharlock, Alex police officer cor meeting and queen sts 
Scheib M tailor 92 meeting st 
Schem, mrs S shop-keeper 27 tradd st 
Schewfisie, A carpenter 166 king st 
Schirmu J F cooper com wharf king st 

« W H do do 46 queen st 

Schlechtren, mrs private boarding 29 state st 
Schleyer, Henry carpenter motts lane 

'' G grocer cor rutledge and line sts 

Schlimmermejer, John clerk 1 5 vendue range 
Schlinmeringer C clerk 101 church st 
Schmetzer, C butcher ashley st 
Schmidt, J M clerk central wharf 43 east-bay 

" D W do 1 hayne st 27 Cumberland st 

" & Lebby, m. d. 25 Cumberland 

" J W m. d. 25 Cumberland 27 Cumberland 

« W conductor S R R 17 liberty st 

<* mrs. E 15 montague 

Schnierle, John mayor 21 pitt 

School, Philip engineer S G R R st. phillip's st ward 8 
Schouboe, F police officer society st 
Schreiner, grocery mer. gill<Hi st231 east bay 
Schriaars, D clerk 1 1 king st 

«' D do 3 south bay 

Schroanvvervell, John laborer woolfe st 
Schroder, W H assistant bennett's mills 134 meeting st 

** F fruiterer 62 meeting st 

" H W att'y at law st. michaers alley 24 george 

^ John sailmaker 184 meeting st 

** John grocer 7 Cumberland st 

" H do 85 queen st 

*< F cabinet maker 6 archdale st 

" G grocer 12 rutledge st 

Schrogens, John fireman woolfe st 
Schulken, F grocer 9 pinckney st 

<* H do 9 do 

Schulye, J W clerk king ward 5 
Schultz, H clerk 95 east-bay 

" J H clerk saw mills 102 beaufain st 

Schew, B dry goods 101 king 58 broad st 

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Schwalke, A clerk king ward 5 
Schweitze, O watchmaker 190 king st 
Schweitzer, O jeweller 335 king st 
Schwerin, J clothier 319 do 

Schwertz, H clerk 57 market st 
Scigwald, Henry engineer concord st 
Scinlin, Jas laborer 24 state st 
Scott &f DeveauXy factoiB vanderhorst whf 

<< B F do do do 18 coming st 

« J J clerk do do 18 do 

" EC acc't mercury office 44 society st 

<' H clerk 181 east-bay meeting st 

" T millwright 68 anson si 

'^ mrs N B 44 society st 

Scraig, A sea captain 104 went worth st 
Screvens, R £ factor 62 east-bay meeting st 
Scruggs, Drake & Co. com mcht atlantic whf 

" J W com mcht atlantic whf huntsville ala 

Seyle, John carpenter 14 bullst 
Seabrook, £ M att'y at law 61 meeting st 

<' Wm planter James island 121 broad 

Sebring, £d president state bank calhoun ward 6 
Seckendorf, Isaac dry goods 184 king st 
Seely, A clerk 23 hayne 236 king st 
Segelty, J F fruiterer king ward 6 
Sehmetzer, Louis engineer coming ward 8 
Seighler, clerk 348 king st 
Seignious, Charles 366 king st 

" • F P turner meeting st 
Seirs, Peter clerk east-bay spring st 
Seixas, J M com mcht atlantic whf 204 east-bay 

<* D C do do do do 204 do 

Senor, J Y barber king ward 8 
Sergeant, Geo boots and shoes 89 market st 
Service, mrs S 1 1 friend st 
Seydel, A clerk cr broad and church anson st 
Seyle, Charles 204jkingst 

'* P W clerk Johnson's hotel king st 

Seymour, R W att'y at law meeting 13 franklin st 

" J T 69 coming st 

" A A dressmaker 101 queen st 

" S milliner 101 queen st 

" WW tavern 101 queen st 



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Shackelfoid & Graeser fac and com mCht central whf 

" F R fac and com mchi central whf 10 hasel at 

" J Mcom mcht 151 east bay 43 church 

'* £d engineer 9 college st 

^' mrs E 9 college st 

Shaffer, F J att'y at law 20 broad cr calhoun and pitt sts 

" F planter georgetown do do do 

Shalloe, Michael clerk 274 king 269 king st 
Shana, mrs A shop-keeper 103 king st 
Shaper, E clerk 47 king st 
Sharlow, John blacksmith line st 
Shaw, Jas housefurnishing store 176 king st 

" Charles conductor S C R R columbus 

Shajer, Petei laborer st. phillip's ward 8 
Shea, Geo tailor 9 tradd st 
Shecut, L A clerk central whf 27 pitt st 

'< Wm conductor S C R R king- ward 6 
Shelton, mrs H 274 king st 
Shepherd, Wm clerk 120 meeting merchant's hotel 

" clerk 99| east-bay coming st 

Sheppard, T C wharfinger boyce's whf 1 1 wentworth st 

*' W A saddler 40 coming st 

" J J do 34 do 

Sherfesee, Wm clerk 208 king 166^ king st 
Sheridan, P M bootmaker 74 king st 

'^ Michael slater 6 smith st 

" Patrick laborer calhoun ward 5 

Sherry, John laborer king ward 8 
Shields, C painter 112 queen st 

Shifer, H W india rubber store 270 king Charleston hotel 
Shingler, J S planter goose creek 20 george st 

« T J clerk 20 george st 

« H P 20 george st 

Shirer, J E accountant adger's whf cr king and woolfe sts 

" Michael clerk atlantic whf do do do do 

" GS do do do do 

" J B machinist do do do do 

<* C P butcher ashly st 

" mrs H. sires st 

Shirlet, mrs E calhoun ward 5 
Shirmer, J F 124 king st 
Shokes, capt Geo calhoun ward 5 

" Henry pump and block-maker hampden court 



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Shokes, J C engineer hampden court 
Shoote, mrs sires st 
Short, Jas accountant king ward 7 
Shrewsbury, Geo butcher st phillip's ward 8 
Shuckman, Lewis fancy goods 205 king st 
Shuler, mrs E seamstress cr nassau and line sts 
Shulz, mrs H H 6 aiken row 
Siams, Geo carpenter king ward 8 
Siddons, Jos confectioner queen st 

^^ L L jeweller 266 king merchant's hotel 

Siegling, John music store 227 king ^ 

<' John junr att'y at law court house sq 227 king 

" Henry clerk 227 king st 

Siegmundt, C H clerk 139 east-bay 
Sievels, J A clerk 370 king st 
SifFy, Henry 18 friend st 
Sigwald, C B clerk 43 hayne 49 east-bay 

'^ mrs M 10 burns' lane 

" Thos carpenter 10 burns' lane 

" Henry engineer 10 do do 

** H W do hampden court 
Silcox, D H cabinet maker 224 king 22 magazine st 

" Jas clerk 224 do 22 do 

Silliman, mrs E 21 Cumberland st 

" H K clerk 135 meeting 21 Cumberland st 

Simmins, J A accountant central whf 270 king st 
Simmons, J ward pastor st. Stephens' church montague st 

" miss M longitude lane 

Simons &> Sons, factors vanderhorst whf 

•« Thos G do do do 60 bull st 

" Thos Gjunr. do do do 60 do 

" J H factor do do rutledge ward 6 

** Harris factor and sec'y santee canal adger's whf 

thomas st 

" R L com mcht 1 14 east-bay 20 rutledge st 

** S do do 114 do 26 montague st 

" R W printer 7 atlantic st 

« J C paint and oil dealer 226 king 1 1 bull 

« N clerk 226 king st 

" Jas att'y at law 77 broad st 

" T Y m. d. 49 tradd st 

" T Y junr. att'y at law rear court house 49 tradd 

W F painter 49 queen st 



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Simons, F W P sea captain 144 queen st 

" Lewis planter 26 montague st 

" R S machinist 50 bull st 

" mrs C L smith st ward 6 

" C W farmer mary st 

Simons, Hose spring st 
Simonton, C H att'y at law 65 meeting 267 east-bay 

" Jas 267 east-bay 
Simpson*s, misses teachers 59 wentworth st 
Sims & Nance, grocery mchts 1 hayne st 

" J T gro mcht 1 hayne st cr meeting and society 

" Wm Gil more author smith st ward 6 

Sinclair, mrs M 193 meeting st 
Singleton, Thos 4 aikin row 
Singletery, J J line st 

Sinkler, John planter st. Johns* 7 lamboll st 
Sire, Francis marion st 
Sires, Jos cprpenter radclifFe st 
Slack, John porter 157 meeting st 
Slarech, John sea capt 9 queen st 
Slawson, H junr. accountant 8 archdale st 
Sloan, EBB clerk 37 hayne commercial hotel 
Sloman, J W blacksmith 37 king st 
'* John 29 wentworth st 
** misses music teachers 29 wentworth st 
«* mrs E 33 bull st 
Sloper, A foreman S C shoe factory cr King and John sts 
Sluter, mrs M 37 george st 
Slyter, Henry carpenter 5 mott's lane 
Skrine, T C associate editor southern standard 

" W A druggist king st ward 6 207 king st 
Small, W C clerk 143 meeting calhoun st 

'' J S clerk cr kiog and market 7 liberty st 

" Robt clerk 137 meeting 7 liberty st 

" Robt private boarding 7 liberty st 
^ " Jacob baker 193 king st 

" Stephen painter 38 pitt st 

** I'hos carpenter coming st ward 8 
Smallwood, B upholster 3 marsh st 
Smidt, D carpenter spring st 
Smith, J E junr. elk cr e-bay & adger's wf 87 wentworth 

'• T P dry goods 40 east bay 82 beaufain st 

<< J L accountant boyce's whf meeting st 



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Smith W J coastwise inspector custom house smith's whf 

" T D clerk atlantic whf meeting st 

" WE clerk atlantic wharf east-bay 

" Sidney clerk accommodation whf 

'^ J(^s insp weights and ineasures market 32 society 

** & Whilden, ship chandlers 60J east-bay 

" B F ship chandlers 60ie-bay cr John & meeting st 

" W B & Co. com mcht 60 east-bay 

" W B com mcht 60 east-bay 95 broad st 

** J R engineer calhoun st 

*' A grocer marsh st 

" W H turp factory foot calhoun cr meeting & John 

" R C ass't do do do do do do 

" Benj do do do do do do do 

*' E pilot 57 east-bay 

** John porter 147 meeting kingst 

" A P soda water bcttler 97 meeting 

** John tavern-keeper cr meeting and market sts 

" N W clerk 139 meeting water st 

** J A clerk 35 hayne 87 wentworth st 

" H S clerk 35 hayne 87 wentworth st 

" Joshua engineer 136 meeting 

" J J G clerk 1 society 

** W C clerk 14 hayne charlotte st 

'* John pilot 72 church st 

" S carpenter 1 1 chalmers st 

*< mrs M milliner 132 king st 

" John furniture 152 king st 

'* miss R A milliner 196 king st 

" & Longman, daguerreotypist 233 king st 

" H S daguerreotypist 233 king 236 king st 

" W H clerk 259 king 72 church st 

" U G do cr calhoun and king sts cannon st 

" Walter D att'y at law 31 broad 297 king st 

" W Henry clerk 35 broad 21 franklin st 

" AC cashier union bank 125 east-bay 

" miss J A private boarding 69 broad st 

« miss E 71 broad st 

w J E teller union bank 87 wentworth st 
" CM cash book keeper union bank 10 wentworth 
«• mrs 34 south bay 
«* W R planter ash ley river 2 gibbs st 
** Ed clerk boyce's whf 8 atlantic st 



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Smith, Pringle planter savannah river 18 meeting st 

*^ mrs H 1 new st 

" mrs U dressmaker 12 archdale st 

" John clerk st. phillip's church 10 magazine st 

*' mrs E L 10 went worth st 

" Julius C 10 went worth st 1 

*' TA 10 do 

*' O clerk hajne 45 wentworth st 

<* P F teacher 54 do 

** J E carpenter 44 bull st 

•' Emily 26 smith st 

** Catherine 16 smith st 

" Jane 45 st. phillip's st 

" mrs B fruiterer king st ward 6 

" Benj cr meeting and John sts 

*• mrs E St. phillip's st ward 6 

" mrs C coming st ward 6 

" Hampden engineer S C R R rutledge st 

** James mechanic calhoun st ward 5 

" W B engineer do do 

" mrs A Washington st ward 5 

** Joseph ship-carpenter henrielta st 

" miss L Judith st 

« miss S do 

" Charles car-loader sires alley 
Smitt, H A clerk cr king and market sts 279 king st 
Smythe, Eneas clerk 157 meeting st queen st 

" Thos pastor 2d presbyterian church spring st 
Smyzer, Henry ship-joiner pritchard st 
Snider, Wm clerk 288 king 318 king st 
Snizer, Henry bootmaker 13 queen st 
Snowden, W E fac and com mcht 6 south whf 202 e-bay 
Sohlke, G H clerk 82 church 2 liberty st 
Sollie, Henry junr clerk adgefs whf cr pitt and bull sts 
" mrs 65 church st 

" Henry agent mount pleasant ferry co. 6 bull st 
" Francis clerk vendue range 6 bull st 
Solomons, Dr. J R dentist 95 meeting st 
*' Thos painter 5 minority st 
« E J 42 calhoun st 
«* & Polock, dry goods 281 king st 
Sommers, E dry goods 334 king st 
Sopteen, M baker king st ward 5 



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Soyer, Alfred •onfectioneer 285 king st 
Spakle, E porter 118 meeting st society st 
Sparnick, H export inspector custom house 19 queen st 
Spear, J E jeweller and watchmaker 235 king st 

« WW pastor grace church 12 bull st 
Spegel, C laborer spring st 
Speght, F boot-maker 69 wentworth st 
Speissegger, T C grocer 17 pinckney st 
" W accountant 17 pinckney st 

•' E grocer cr america and amherst st 

" T W tobacconist columbus st 

Spell, John gUEyrdman rutledge st ward 8 
Spelman, A grocer 45 market st 
Spencer, G W clerk 250 king 271 king st i 

" mrs M private boarding 271 do 

'< Seth broker and auc state and Chalmers 271 do \ 

« Allen engineer S C R R 279 king st ; 

** mrs A private boarding 279 do j 

« D 26i smith st | 

Spenkin, M grocer 25 savage st 

Spicer, miss A 12 Cumberland st ] 

Spiegel, W watchmaker king st ward 6 
Sprague, J W grain dealer 4 hayne st 277 east bay | 

" H B clerk 4 hayne st 277 east-bay 
Spratt, L W attorney at law court ho sq 38 wentworth st i 
Spreckles, C grocer 29 anson st 
Sprigg &> Brady, wood factors smith*s whf 

" Ross wood factor smith's whf hampstead st 
Springs, R clerk 1 hayne st Charleston hotel 
Stadecker, Isaac dry goods 184 king st 
Staffard, J F tinner 5 state st 
Stafford, J carpenter columbus st 

** H R carpenter line st 
Stall, Frederick ashly st 

" Wm finisher hampden court 
St. Amand, M W clerk 179 east-bay 27 friend st 
Stanfield, A baker 42 queen st meeting st 
Stanhouse, Thos drayman ann st 
Stanton, John porter 219 king st 
Starr, W P clerk victoria hotel 
Steckley, John tavern keeper cr st philips and line st 
Steedman, T import insp cus ho cr coming & cannon st 
" W B accountant 31 hayne vanderhorst st 



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Steedman, Louisa 12 mazyck Bt 

" Sarah 32 calhoun st 
: *' Jas clerk 250 king vanderhorst st 
Steele, E C m. d. 64 market 28 bull st 

** W N clerk 266 king 39 corning st 
'Steele, Walter hatter 231 king 3 beaufain st 
*' J H clerk 23 1 do 39 coming st 
" Jas billiard table keeper cr elizabeth and mary sts 
Steen, Thos proprietor merchant's hotel 
Steiger, D grocer calhoun st ward 5 
Steinke, F baker 1 15 church st 

Steinmeyer, J H steam saw mills gadsdcn st 100 beaufain 
** J F carpenter calhoun st 

** John lal3orer 1 3 smith st 

Stelling, E H grocer 29 king st 
Stelljes, P grocer king st ward 6 
Stemmermann, H grocer 18 bull st 

" A clerk 18 do 

Stender, Henry dry goods king st ward 6 
Stepleton, C carpenter line st 

Stephens, E B newspaper and periodical agent 5 broad st 
300 king st 
" rars dress maker 300 king st 
Sterling, R S grocer 15 market st king st 
''Stevens & Betts, hardware 80 east-bay 

" Joel hardware 80 east-bay 51 tradd st 
" J R clerk 189 king 57 king st 
" C H rec teller pla & rnec bank smith st ward 6 
*' Wm 42 tradd st 
'^ mrs R 89 wentworth st 
*' Amelia 5 montague st 
'' Judith 67 calhoun st 
" John segar maker king st ward 6 
Stevenson, W clerk 25 hayne st king st 
Stewart, W J printer 28 wall st 

" A A packer 147 meeting st state st 
" M M 95 church st 
" Jas upholster 161 king st 
" R L cashier bank south Carolina 3 smith st 
'' mrs J 5 greenhill st 
^* S drayman st philips st ward 6 
Stillman, J deputy boarding officer cus ho 8 horlb alley 
" A R clerk cr king and market sts 2 mazyck st 
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Btineback, A clerk 145 meeting 236 king st 

Stinemelz, mrs M jones hotel 65 broad st 

Stock, J Y ship and com mcht atiantic whf 1 1 montague 

" N B clerk atiantic whf 1 1 montague st 
Stocker, J J clerk central whf 59 church st 

'* J M wharfinger palmetto whf 59 church st 
" H R grocer cr market and anson sis 
<* H clerk 43 wall st 
'* J D clerk 86 east-bay 59 church st 
Stocking, D S grain dealer com whf 12 south-bay 
Stockman, mrs L dry goods king st ward 6 
: Stoddard E B & Co. boot and shoe dealers li55 meeting st ^ 
" E B boot and shoe dealers 165 meeting Charles- 
ton hotel 
" H boot & shoe dealers 45 hayne Charleston hold i 
" SB clerk 45 hayne Charleston hotel 
Stohr, B clerk 66 market st , 

Stokes, E R book-binder 59 broad st 
StoU, H C clerk 304 king st ann st 
'* JC do 304. do do 
" mrs C ann st 
Stone, R G crock'ry dealer 147 meeting st coming ward 6 

'« miss M mill st 
Stoney, Theo factor com whf 36 meeting st 
" S D clerk atiantic whf 26 hasel st 
*' Dr. C P druggist 245 king 26 hasel st 
*^ mrs E 26 hasel st 
Stoppelleim, LC carpenter 29 montague st 
Stoy, J W bookseller 258 king st 
Strainger, B gilder 225 king st liberty st 
Stralford, T G carpenter 1 18 wentworth st 
Straus, mrs M 68 queen st 
*' Jas seaman ashly st 
Stratton, W baker 76 market st 
Strawinski, F T dancing school 3 broad st 
Streckfuss, J F grocer cr morris and st philips sts 
Street, Thaddeus com mcht boyce's whf hampstead 
" H T & Brother grocery mcht 64 east-bay 
" H T grocery mcht 64 east-bay 6 society st 
'^ S A do do 64 do 3 do 
Strobel, R H cr rutledge and bee sts 

" D H clerk adger's whf cr liberty and st.philip sts 
mrs cr liberty and st philips sts 



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Strobel, B M ship grocer 147 east-bay 249 east-bay 
" M D teller bank south-carolina 3| smith st 
** D fireman sires alley 
Strohecker& Ewbank, hardware 155 meeting st 
*« HF do 155 do 

" J P clerk 155 do 9 beaufain st 

" C C do 35 hayne 9 beaufain st 
" mrs 9 beaufain st 
" mrs H 81 do 
Stromer, H J mantua-makor 1 1 west st 
Strong, C grocer cr coming and warren sts 

" Geo carpenter hampden court 
Stroops, Geo do 14 beaufain st 
Strouse, Geo leather-dealer king st ward 6 
Stuart, J W attorney at law st. mich alley vanderhorst st 
" Saml carpenter 16 rutledge st 
^ *' Harper & Co. com mcht atlantic whf 
** J P com mcht atlantic whf 5 meeting st 
StufFell, Henry carpenter 10 liberty st 
Stunkens, H tailor 104 queen st 
Sturges, J T accountant 29 hayne st calhoun st 

" mrs 26 south-bay 
Suares & Co. cabinet makers 284 king st 
: *' J E cabinet maker 284 king 293 king st 

" B tailor 13 middle st 
^ Sullivan, H W fac & com mcht atl whf cr chu & battery 
" Timothy pastor 80 broad st 
*' Thos shop-keeper 22 state st 
I " mrs M T 72 anson st 
i '' M drayman linguard st 
Summers, Rev. T O editor 15 hasel 
Sureau, F bootmaker 9 st. phillips st 
Sussdorf & Leiding, fancy goods 141 meeting st 

" G fancy goods 141 meeting st 
SutclifFe, mrs D line st 

Sutters, Capt. T asst harbor master 89 east-bay 2 friend st 
Sutton, A acct centra! whf mansion house 
Swain, R W clerk 253 king st cr king and wentworth sts 
I Sweegan, E F do 120 east-bay 61 state st 
I '^ M grocer 61 state st 
I Sweeney, Jas ship carpenter 76 anson st 
I " B private boarding 14 market st 
Swicken, Thos clerk 244 king st 



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Swinton, W H lumb fac w end montague 28 montague st 

" E A carpenter meeting st ward 7 

" mrs M C do do 

" Rebecca mantuaroaker 57 anson st 
Syfan, Charles engineer S C R R spring st 
Sylvester, C clerk 86 meeting st 
Syme, T P do cr king and market sis beaufain st 
Symmes, Thosguardman hanover st 

" W L accountant do 
Symons, John rigger 44 tradd st 
Seyle, Saml poor house mazyck st 

T. 

Taber, T G clerk cr east-bay and adger's whf cr coming 
and radcliiFe sts 
" W R teller b'k state so ca coming and radcliffe sis 
Tackman, W clerk, cr chuich and tradd sts 

'« Wm do 36 tradd st 
Taft, A R com mcht 141 east bay 29 laurens st 

" David clerk 141 meeting st king st 
Tager, H grocer, 32 pit t st 
Tagliorani, A fruiterer, 75 market st, linguard st 
Tamplet, C D clerk, 39 hayne st, 1 1 hasel 
Tarr, J B grocer, 146 east bay 

" F do 146 do 
Tatan, C clerk, cr king and market sts, tradd st 
Taveau, A L attorney at law, 20 broad st, 20 ruiledge st 
Tavel, R A boarding offi mercury and courier, pritchard st 
Taylor, W M factor, 13 southern whf, 58 meeting st 

" J H & Co. auc and com mcht, 17 vendue range 

*^ J H auc & com mcht, 17 ven range, 26 society st 

** mrs A 6 king st 

'* Thos clerk, 179 king st 

" J M fancy goods and military dealer, 225 king st 

'^ T R boot and shoe dealer, 241 king st 

" O dry goods, 243 king, 249 king st 
^ ^* T B accountant, 243 do, 297 do 

« miss H R 30 tradd st 

" mrs M S 6 lamboll st 

" Jas painter, 209 east bay 

" Geo seaman, 3 motls lane 

*' mrs 117 queen st 

" Isaac tailor, 41 society, 30 society st 

" Jos conductor S C R R, 43 st. philips st 



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Taylor, mrs M spring st 
*' M laborer, mary st 
** Charlotte coming st, ward 6 
*' Isabella nassau st 

Teague, J N clerk, 14 hayne, king st, ward 7 

Teap, miss M milliner, 166 king st 

Teasdale, R import inspector, cus house, wragg's square 
" ' mrsE 8 liberty st , 

Teber, W R attorney at law, st michael's alley, coming st 

Tenberg, clerk, 104 east-bay 

Tenhet, mrs Isabella 7 minority st 

Tennett, J B hardware dealer, 35 hayne st, south-bay 

Tennent, J S book-keeper plant & mech bank, 60 anson st 
" ' Wm brick burner, cooper river, 60 anson st 

Tenny, D G lace dealer, 237 king, 236 king st 

Tannlunson, A upholster, 160 king st 

Teppe, F clerk, 338 king st, st philips st, ward 6 
" A do 343 do do do 

" W constable, do do 

Terry, Silas carpenter, 60 meeting st 
" J tavern-keeper, 28 market st 
" Wm joiner, longitude lane 

Tessier, E L inspector commercial insurance company 
•* E sea captain, 48j coming st 

Thacfcam, F clerk, sires st 
" F carpenter, spring st 

Thames, J E clerk, 248 king, 48 calhoun st 

Tharin, E C auc and com mcht 24 ven range, america st 

Thayer, Wm acct, boyce & co's whf, 6 1 beaufain st 
" T H exchange broker, 18 broad, 76 broad st 
** E fancy goods, 149 meeting st, Charleston hotel 
" T W accountant, 37 hayne, 236 king st 
" T H junr. clerk, post office, 43 east-bay 
** Eben teacher free school, 20 mazyck st 

Thee, J H amherst st 

Thees, Henry clerk, cr east-bay and elliott st, 18 tradd st 

Therears, Carew 10 coming st 

Therling, F bootmaker, 325 king st 

Thiele, E tailor, 17 queen st 

Tluerman & Pringle, com mchts, adger's whf 

" Herman do do do broad st 

Thomas, S accountant, 165 meeting, 9 wentwor^h st 
^* S J collector, 48 broad st ^^ 

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Thomas, Wm stone-cutter, 76 tradd st 
" Wm clerk, merchant's hotel 
" J M carpenter, woolfe st 
Thomliuson, R saddler, 157 meeting, 16 liberty st 
Thompson, Thomas boot-maker, 144 east- bay 

" J P printer, 113 broad st 

" Theo sea captain, 89^ east-bay 

" R H accountant, 141 meeting st, church st 

*^ F saddler, cr broad and church sts, do 

" T boot maker, 87 church st 

** N painter, 126 king st 

" John seed store, 264 king st 

'* J M clerk, 253 king, cr king & ventworth sts 

•* Henry do bedons alley 

" W B 44 tradd st 

" Wm mason, 18 wentworth st 

** mrs H 1 bull st 

" Geo bricklayer and contractor, 10 glebe st 

" Thos finisher, king st, ward 8 

" Jas spindle worker, line st 
Thomee, John tailor, king st, ward 6, cannon st 
Thornly, Geo engineer, 28* mazyck st 
Thorn, J G spinner, america st 
Threadcraflfe, Jos 1 savage st 
Thrower, mrs C 27 beaufain st 

Thurston, £ N acct, cr vand whf & east-bay, 45 anson st 
Tibbetts, mrs A 48 george st 
Tiedeman, J F clerk, 18 tradd st 

" Wm do coming st, ward 6 

" O grocer, cr calhoun and Washington sts 
Tierney, J coach driver, 102 church st 

*' Jas laborer, 1 Philadelphia st 
Tietyen, J H cannon st 
Tilton, mrs R private boarding, 24 pinckney st 
" EM engineer, 24 do 

"NO do 24 do 

'* W C clerk, cr Cumberland and meeting sts 24 do 
Timmashank, J grocer, 178 east-bay 
Timmerman, H watchmaker, 31 tradd st 
Timmons, W L haidw dealer, 153e-bay, 13 wentworth st 

^ GC 51 broad st 

^ F R m. d. 4 smith's lane 

« JR 4 do do 



127 

Tincken, Henry tailor, 18 tradd st 
" John grist mill, america st 

Tinbrook, miss Emily berresford st 

Tinin, Martin laborer, st. philips si, ward 6 

Tinkman, miss 32 wentworth st 

Tinsly, Saml seaman, reid st 
" Thos moulder, do 

Tisman, C mary st 

Tityen, Henry, clerk, cr king and mary st 
/ Tobias A & Sons, com mchts, 86 east-bay 

" A com mcht, 86 east-bay, 96 wentworth st 

** J L do do 86 do 96 do 

" TJ do do 86 do 96 do 

*' A L sec so ca ins com 109 east-bay, 26 church st 

" C H attorney at law, 26 hayne, 26 church st 

" V J do do broad, 26 church st 

" Isaac 26 church st 

Tobin, J clerk, 78 church, 195 east-bay 
*' Richard clerk, 29 church, 195 east-bay 
*' Richard farmer, amherst st 

Tomas, W seaman, bedons alley 

Tomates, E painter, 49 queen st 

V Tomlinson, J clerk, 41 hayne st 

" FF do 133 meeting st 
Tonhey, Maurice bootmaker, 1 7 queen st 
Tonchone, Julia, calhoun st, ward 6 
Toomer, H V m. d. chapel st 

** miss H Judith st 

'* Robt painter, 80 wentworth st 

" rars A 57 calhoun st 

'* H'P bricklayer, 57 calhoun st 

" Lawrence, planter, ashepoo, thomas st 
^ Torre, P D attorney at law, 48 broad, 117 broad st 
Tori ay, mrs E 27 beaufain st 

" Joseph planter, meeting st, ward 5 
Torrent, John rigger, 10 pritchard st 
Torrey, miss A 8 new st 
Torrington, mrs M 23 tradd st 
Toussiger, mrs E 20 w^ater st 

V Townsends, Crane & Co. dry goods, 1 hayne st 
Toy, Jos drayman, amherst st 

' Tracey, Maurice printer, 30 tradd st 

Trapier, Rev. Paul pastor calvary church, 37 meeting st 



128 

Trapier, miss MEG logan st 
W Trapman L & Co. com mchts, QO east-bay 
« L do do 20 do do 

Trenholm, G A com mcht, central wf, rutledge Bt ward 6 
'^ C L com mcht, fitzsimon's whf, 18 smith st 
" EL com mcht, central whf, liverpool 
Trescotj C F sea captain, arch dale st 

" Henry cashier state bank, 4 anson st 
Triest, Maier clerk, southern whf, market st 
Trist, J clothier, 87 market st 
Trobblefield, John carpenter, spring st 
Trou, A W jeweller and engraver, 187 king st 
Trott, T C clerk mercury office, king st 
•* A W do 131 meeting, 79 do 
« mrs EM 71 do 

'* mrs C Y 35 tradd st 
Trout & DeLange, com mcht, 112 east-bay 
" T B com mcht, 1 12 east-bay 
" Thos do do 20 do cr pitt & wentworth sts 
" W 76 beaufain st 
Troy, Thos watchman, president st 
Trumbo, C C bricklayer, 55 tradd st 
Tucker, R H com and ship mcht, boyce's whf 

** John planter, cooper st 
Tuesdale, mrs F 20 bull st 
Tully, Thos calhoun st, ward 5 
V Tupper T & Son, com mchts, brown's whf 

" T do do do do 52 tradd st 

" S Y do do do do 60 church st 

*^ Tjunr. accountant " do do 62 tradd st 
*• F clerk 52 tradd st 
" James master in equity, 52 broad st 
Tupp, C clerk, 180 king st 
Turly, mrs M A 15 franklin st 
Turnbull, W O clerk, 279 king st, hasel st 
" Andrew 14 meeting st 
" mrs R 1 logan st 
" mrs A 15 calhoun st 
Turner, mrs S 27 archdale st 

" Richard tallow chandler, woolfe st 
Turns, Peter shoemaker, st. philips st, ward 6 
Tutley, Wm carpenter, 16 rutledge st 
Tweed, mrs teacher, charlotte st 



129 

Tweedy, W H clerk, I hayne st, king st 
Twohill, Daniel police officer, cr anson and hasel sis 
Tylee, N ship chandler and wire manuf, 123 east-ba\', 34 
Chalmers st 

•' N junr. clerk, fool hasel, 34 Chalmers 

<* CA do 103 east-bay, 43 do 

« JWL do 103 do 34 do 
Tyrrell, J M do 80 do 155 east-bay 

U. 

V UfFerhaidt & Campson, dry goods, 140 king si 
" Wm do do 140 do 

Uivhlen, D grocer, cr tradd and church 
Ulmo, P H master work house, 24 pitt st 
Utes, John printer, 115 king st 

V. 

Vaerfelder, S bootmaker, 73 meeting st 
Valentine, S 42 society st 
Vainer, Charles 28 mazyck st 
Vanderhorst, Elias planter, ashepoo, chapel st 
** Martha pastry cook, 117 kingst 

Vanderzee, H dry goods, 4 1 hayne st, Charleston hotel 
Van Dyck, John clerk, 39 hayne si 
Van Ness, Joel S do 80 east-bay, 51 tradd st 
Vannoy, J H do 118 meeting, 356 king st 
Vannogle, J A do 149 do 
Van winkle, hardware, 308 king, 63 coming st 
\/ Venning, J M factor & com mcht, gadsden wf, charlotte 

" W C clerk, gadsden whf, charlotte st 

*' J L do 6 savage st 

*' * H JM lumber factor, geulsden whf, 16 society st 

** D B student, 16 society st 
Vente, vice consul, 30 broad st 

" Eugene m. d. 15 beaufain st 
Verea, Robt 20 water st 
Veree, John carpenter, 6 pill st 
Vernon, mrs M cr cannon and ashly sts 

'* Henry carpenter, cr cannon and ashly sis 
Veronee, T W clerk, adger's whf, meeting st, ward 7 

" Saml proprietor drays, • do do 

" W tinsmith, cr slate and linguard sts 

«' GH do do do do 



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130 

Veronee, W B tinsmith, cr state and linguard sts 
Vial, Jos fruiterer, 102 kingst 
Vidall, Lewis sea captain, 3 minority st 
" Lewis junr. clerk 3 do 

V Villepigue, P T fac & com mcht, accom wf, 4 college st 

" PA clerk, accommodation whf, 4 college st 

V Vincent, Hugh ship chandler, 75 east-bay 

" J W clerk, 69 east-bay 
" J C do 1 hayne st, east-bay 
" W J do 24 do 
Vocelle, A gunsmith, 50 state st 
Vogartank, G gadsden st 
Voight, Charles bootmaker, 83 king st 
Volarse, L upholster, 161 king st 
Volger, Bernard segar manufacturer, 345 king st 
/ Ven-DohUa & F^tfttWR, grocery mchts, 189 east-bay 

" " C gro mcht, 189 east-bay, pavilion hotel 

« " A grocer, 46 state, 88 anson st 

« Glahn, B clerk, 230 king st 

" " M grocer, 1 coming st 

** " C do cr coming and radclifFe sts 

" " H do Columbus st 

" Kolnitz, H guardman, cr st. philips and cannon sts 

" Ronne, John clerk, 134 king st 

« Santen, F do 208 do 
Voorhies, mrs M 8 orange st 
Vose, Carson planter, goose creek, rutledge st, ward 6 

W. 

Waggener, F clerk, 37 market st 

Wagner, S J store-keeper, custom house, 1 14 queen st 
'* T D com mcht, central whf, 1 wall st ' 
'^ E planter, christ church parish, 1 wall st 
" K R clerk, 19 vendue range, coming st, ward 6 
" GO private boarding, 159 king st 
** mrs G coming st, ward 6 
" Edw pastor holy communion, coming st, ward 6 

Walcutt, J clerk, 129 church st, king st 
/ Waldron G Z & Co. clothing, 27 hayne st 

" G Z clothing, 27 hayne st, Charleston hotel 

Walker, J F accountant, boyce's whf, rutledge st, ward 6 
" J com mcht, 28 vendue range, king st 
" G W gro mcht, 56 east-bay, rutledge st, w«rd 6 



131 

Walker^ J C clerk, 101 east-bay, 155 east-bay 
" Joseph stationer, 101 cast-bay, 5 hasel st 
" & James, book publishers, 103 & 105 east-bay 
*' E J clerk, 101 east-bay, pitt st 
^"' ** &/ Seabrook, attorneys at law, 61 meeting st 
" HP attorney at law, 61 meeting st, tradd st 
" John blacksmith, market st, 100 king st 
" J M attorney at law, 32 broad, 4 council st 
'* Geo architect, 32 broad, 13 logan st 
" W H cotton press, dewees whf, 4 council st 
" & Duff us, cotton press, dewees whf 
" mrs Ann 15 wall st 
" H D carpenter, 2 wilson, 18 magazine st 
*' W S & Brother, marble cutters, 4 anson st 
«• W S do do 4 do 

"DA do do 4 do 

" Sarah 14 st. philips st 
'' Wra engineer S C R R, nassau st 
" John butcher, coming st 
" R T factor & com mcht, boyce's whf, 259 e-bay 

Walkinshedd, Wm saddler, 4 magazine st 

Wall, E P tailor, 28 st." philips st 

Wallace, Thos dry goods, 288 king, 318 king st 

Wallace, R A baker, cr king and tradd sts 
" H grocer, 67 tradd st 
** London painter, 10 st. philips st 

Wallen, M clerk, hayne st, market st 

Wallers, J H tavern-keeper, meeting st, ward 7 

Wallis, E bootmaker, 41 state st 

Walseman & Reincke, tailors, 19 1 king st 
" Wm tailor, 191 do 

Walsh, Patrick clerk, 35 hayne st, market st 

Walton, J M bt & shoe dealer, 137 meeting, 79 wentworti 
\y Walters & Walker, factors and com mchts, boyce's whf 
" E W fac & com mcht, bcs wf, cr w'lfe & meeting 
*' G H do do do do do do 

" W clerk, king st, 106 church st 
f* mrs E 94 wentworth st 

Wanicker, H carpenter, woolfe st 
V Ward, John wharfinger, adger's whf, 25 pitt st 
« J J clerk, 215 king st 
'* miss S A 24 smith st 
«' miss M S 24 do 



132 

Ward, mrs M M 19 george st 

" H A 24 do 

Warden, mrs S vanderhorst st 

Wardlaw, W A fac & corn mcht, all whf, charles'n hotel 
Warem, John sail maker, 1 1 tradd st 
\y Waring, T R cashier bank stale so ca, cannon st 

'* H S m. d. 57 meeting st 

" P H planter, st. pauls parish, 10 gadsden whf 

« T S medical student, 10 do do 

" P H do do 10 do do 

** Thco mason, 5 gadsden whf 

" M A planter, st. paul's parish, st. philips st 

" J B planter, st. John, charlotte st 
Warn, A 5 west st 
W^arpken, H G bootmaker, sires st 
Warnkerr, J accountant, 139 east-bay 
Warnes, Thos spring st 
Warren, C seaman, 86 meeting st 

» B VV clerk, 29 hayne, 10 calhoun st 
Warton, Geo bricklayer, america st 
Washington, Maria radcliffe sts 
Wasting, Lydia henriettust 

Waierbury, W C police officer, cr Cumberland & meeting 
Waterman, C grocer, 63 market st 

C clerk, 87 king st ^ 

John grocer, cr ir eeting and mary sts ^ 
Waters, Wm clerk, market, 6 pinckney st 

" W F do 37 broad 6 do 

" A B druggist, 17 calhoun st 
Waties, J P import inspector, custom house 

" T D clerk, central whf, cr vanderhorst and pitt sts 
Watkins, C W overseer, sires st 
Watson, Alex private boarding, 19 tradd st 

'* Thos sea captain, 5 atlantic st 
Wattles, J JVJ glass-stainer, 186 king st 
Walts mrs & miss Smith, milliners, 196 king st 
Wayne, D G carpenter, st. philips st, ward 6 
Wear, John cordwainer, 45 meeting st 
Weaver, A fruiterer, 346 king st 
Webb, T L factor and com mcht, corar^cial wf, cannon st 

" W L clerk, commercial whf, cr cannon & rutledge 

*' DC do 40 east-bay 

'' W R mechanic, 132 east-baj^, 14 middle st 



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Webb, Warren R clerk, 155 east-bay, commercial hotel 
•' Michael shipping master, 85 east-bay, 8 water st 
" & Rice, shipping masters, 85 east-bay 
« W gamer, 40 king st 
Weber, C clerk, adger's whf, east-bay 
" J ship-joiner, Washington and laurens sts 
*' John bootmaker, 119 king st 
*' P tavern-keeper, 33 queen st 
*' F bootmaker, cr king and ann sts 
" Geo tavern-keeper, mary st 
Wedejerner, F carter, 32 bull st 
Wedow, Jacob guardman, st. philips st, ward 8 
Weed, J B clerk, 161 meeting, 249 king st 

** Alfred engineer S C R R, coming st, ward 6 
Weens, N laborer, morris st 
Weelholz, J P clothing, 133 east-bay 
Wehlert, J O grocer, cr coming and duncan sts 
Wehman, F do 135 king st 
Weinberg, B dry goods, 29 market st 
Weiskopf. L painter, 30 beaufain st 
Welch, R M gentleman's furnishing store, cr meeting and 

market sts. Charleston hotel 
" M C clerk, 147 meeting st, hampden 6ourt 
'* SB book binder, 101 meeting, 9 smith's lane 
«* • W H do 101 do 1 St. philips st 

" ' Michael laborer, 8 Philadelphia st 
" John mary st 
" John junr. carpenter, mary st 
" Wm finisher, mary st 
Welden, John laborer, warren st 
Weller, C saddler, church st 
Wellin, Saml beaufain st 

" Ed carpenter, meeting st, ward 5 
Wells, W B clerk, cr king and market sts, 204 king st 
*' Robt carpenter, 186 meeting st 
*• Hagar alexander st 
Welsman, J T com mcht, 165 east-bay, 16 church st 

" Jas ship and com mcht, boyce's whf, 2 church st 
Wemann, F clerk, 18 queen st, king st 
Wendelken, M H grocer, 8 wall st 

" H grocer, cr hanover and columbus sts 

Wenning, W L planter, alexander st 
Werneka, C overseer, spring st 
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134 

Werner, C iron foundry, cr Cumberland and state, 43 state 

" H grocer, 42 queen st 
Werson, L sculptor, king st, ward 8 
V' West C H & Son, ship chandlers, 77 east-bay 

" C H ship chandler, 77 east-bay, 3 church st 
•« E A do do 77 do 3 do 
" C H junr. ship and com mcht, boyce's wf, 3 church 
" Preston livery stables, 85 meeting, 97 queen st 
" mrs E C proprietor victoria hotel 
WestendorfF, C P L 8 anson st 

" J S clerk, meeting st, 8 anson st 

«* C W sea captain, 8 do 

Westman, G grocer, 311 king st 
Weston S & J tailors, 100 queen st 
" S tailor, 100 queen st 
" J do 100 do 1 green st 
" F planter, pee dee, drake st 
*• A millwright, calhoun st 
Westurland, C F sea captain, 6 savage st 
Wetherhahn, P clerk, 208 king, 19 market st 

" M clothing, 19 market st 

Wever, A A tavern-keeper, 51 broad st 
Weyman, mrs A C 63 beau fain st 
Welelkin, John laborer, coming st, ward 8 
Whaley, W attorney at law, 20 broad, 19 rutledgest 

« B F do do 20 do 9 george 
Wharton & Petsch, car builders, line st 

** Thos do do line and woolfe sts 

Whelen, mrs A 15 Clifford st 

Whilden, B F elk, vanderhorst wf, cr meeting and queen 
" mrs private boarding, . do do do 

» W clerk, 56 east-bay, Washington st 
'< Jas ship chandler, 60^ east-bay, 16 magazine st 
*< W G clerk, 250 king st, beaufain st 
« W H do 338 do 7 archdale st 
" Robt engineer, 7 archdale st 
Whitaker, E 3 st. michael's alley 

" mrs M St. philips st, ward 6 
White, J B coastwise inspector custom house, 21 legare st 
" E B architect, civil engineer and surveyor, 122 east 

bay, 42 meeting st 
« J H factor, atlantic whf, mansion house 
'< CO com mcht, 92 east-bay 



135 

White, I D clerk, central whf, 26 savage st 
'* W M do 120 east-bay, liberty st 
** W J ass't bennett's rice mill, 3 wentwoith st 
" John marble yard, 1 17 queen st 
" W R clerk, 243 king st, wentworth st 
" James tavern-keeper, 280 king, 13 rutledge st 
** Robt furniture dealer, 342 do 
" Jos senr. confectioner 356 do 
•* Jos junr. do do do 

** John do do do 

'* W F do do do 

l^ " A J brok & auc, 27 broad st, cr tradd and meeting 
" B O Am. d. 21 legare st 
«* C G m. d. 19 state st 

" Geo planter, christ church parish, 271 east-bay 
" Charles steamboat captain, 58 queen st 
** Sims 26 savage st 
" WW clerk, southern whf, 26 savage st 
" mrs P shopkeeper, 16 friend st 
** Susan 12 mazyck st 
<* Maria 21 college st 
Whitemore, mrs private boarding, 58 meeting st 

" C soap & candle manufacturer, radclifFe st 

Whiting, E M turner, calhoun st, ward 5 

" W carpenter, 1 16 church st 
Whitney, T A broker and com agent, franklin st 
*• J clerk, 26 hayne, 58 meeting st 
« O L do 301 king, 10 smithes lane 
** C G bro & auct, 3 state, 5 franklin st 
" F H soap <fc candle manuf, cr meeting & reid 
Whittier, S accountant, 151 meeting st 
Wickenburg, F R grocer, cr broad and church sts 
Wiech, Henry printer, calhoun st 
Wienges, G W bookseller, opposite post office, John st 
" C clerk, exchange st, 12 water st 
•' E fireman, cr colurabus and nassau sts 
" Geo guardman,columbus st 
'* J J cotton dresser, do 
" Jacob 17 montague st 
Wieters, F clerk, 63 market st 
Wightington, P rags-store, 34 mazyck st 
Wightman, J T 96 meeting st 
'* mrs 32 Chalmers st 



136 

Wightman, J H painter, 85 tradd st 

" Wm ed south ch advocate, meeting st, ward 5 
Wilbur, T A clerk, 21 vendue range, 115 wentworth st 
^' W G ruler, Charleston hotel 
" WW auc & com mcht, 301 king, 115 wentworth 
Wild, B boiler maker, 2 inspection st 
Wilder, T D clerk, 153 east-baj, 20 savage st 
" J M do 277 king st 
I Wiley, Banks & Co. dry goods, 4 1 hayne st 
^' A S m. d. meeting st, 269 king st 
'' mrs M 14 atlantic st 
^< Saml grocer, 361 king st 
« W J clerk, 361 do 16 green st 
" Jas crockery, 375 do 
Wilkening, J H grocer, 57 market st 
Wilkens, mrs 1 1 lamboll st 

<< ML student, 1 1 lamboll st 
" GM do 11 do 
Wilkie, G W import insp, cus ho, 14 horlbeck's alley 
" J G clerk, 27 broad, 14 horlbeck's alley 
" O 25 do vendue range, 8 liberty st 
" mrs W B 8 libertv st 
Wilkinson, J W attorney at law, 7 broad, 16 south*bay 
" Francis butcher, coming st, ward 6 
•* E trader, do do 

« P O fireman, do do 8 

Wilks, J M bootmaker, 55 broad st 

*' C H factor, vanderhorst whf, 13 meeting st 
'' John planter, St. andrews* parish, 13 do 
Wille, S fancy goods, 208 king st 
Williams & Butler, com rachts, 84 east-bay 
" John com mcht, 84 east-bay, baltimore 
*' EH clerk, central whf 
" Henry do 20 vendue range, 52 beau fain st. 
*' W B factor, central whf, 275 east-bay 
" J W clerk, 28 vendue range, 52 beaufain st 
" J steward, 66 meeting st 
'' Daniel clerk, 33 market st 
" H H & Co. hat and cap dealers, 159 meeting 
*' H H hat and cap dealers, 159 meeting, I lib'ty 
" W S clerk, 1 hayne, 32 pinckney st 
" G P seedman and florist, 331 king st 
" mrs C 19 beaufain st 



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Williams, mrs D 52 beaufain st 
" Paris barber, 41 society st 
*^ Saml K printer, king st, ward 6 
" Henry proprietor drays, king st, ward 6 
*' rars J cr ashly and spring sts 
" Mary smith st, ward 6 
" mrs J spring st 
Williamson, John brok &, auc, coming st, ward 6 
" mrs rutledge st, ward 6 

" capt smith st, ward 6 

Williman, C accountant, 71 east-bay, 70 tradd st 

" J atty at law, st. michaels' alley, 43 east-bay 
" A B m. d. 70 church st 
** Jacob clerk, court house, east-bay 
** mrs Calhoun st, ward 6 
Willington A S & Co. proprietor courier 

'* AS editor courier, new st 
Willis, John G boot and shoe dealer, 182 king st 
'* B G clerk, 265 king, 269 king st 
" Henry broker and auctioneer, 50 broad st, queen st 
Wills, J W clerk, 21 hayne st 
Wilmans & Price, hardware dealers, 24 hayne st 

*' A F hardware dealer, 24 hayne, Js hasel st 
Wilson, J E deck, central whf, montague st 
" Saml m d. 10 new st 
" W M mail agent, 10 new st 
*' W A watchmaker, 95 east-bay, east bay 
** J M boot and shoe dealer, 43 hayne, 6 new st 
" Thos ship carpenter, 10 tradd st 
'' nrs M 1 13 queen st 
" mrs 17 hasel st 
" mrs E dress maker, 46 society st 
" Geo bootmaker, 31 wentworth st 
'* Angus teacher, 90 do 
** Jos student, 90 do 
" mrsE 90 do 

** Abram planter, st. paul's parish, 21 montague st 
•* Wm 21 montague st 
'* George bootmaker, 7 burns lane 
<* John king st, ward 6 
•* mrs J dry goods, king st, \«/ard 6 
" John cabinet maker, do do 
<* A B planter, st. george's, st. philips st, ward 6 
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Wilson, Hugh planter, cr rutledge and spring sts 

" mrs F S thomas st 

" R W attorney at law, tbomas st 

" St. Julian thomas st 

" J B clerk, post office, 10 new st 

" mrs M E 15 church st 
Wiltberger, J R druggist, 245 king, 23 laurens st 
Windelkin, C grocer, cr king and line sts 
Wineman, F druggist, 29 hayne, 4 society st 
Winestock, M fancy goods, 295 king, 306 king st 
Winberg, John wharfinger, atlantic whf, 276 king st 

^* mrs J fancy goods, 276 king st 
Wing, Robt locksmith and bell-hanger, 121 kingst 
Winkleman, D clerk, 83 beaufain st 

'' O do cr king and line sts 

Winningham, H carpenter, columbus st 
Wincy, John engineer, 84 beaufain st 
Winred, John carpenter, 2 Cliffords alley 
Winslow, E agt wilm'ton boats, ft laurens st, 43 beaufain 
Winthrop, J A factor, adger's whf, 99 tradd st 

" H m. d. 32 soeiety, 95 tradd st 
Winyard, John planter, america st 
Wise, E clerk,, adger's whf, east-bay 

'* A painter, 130 king st 

" Isreal carpenter, coming st, ward 6 
Witchel, C grocer, king st, ward 6 
Witchen, F laborer, sires alley 
Witherby, Joel boot and shoe dealer, cr king and market, 

merchants hotel 
Withers, mrs 15 savage st 

*' mrs M st philips st, ward 6 
" Wm butcher, do do 
Witschens, C grocer, 27 college st 
Witsell, John acct, 135 meeting st, cr queen & meeting 
Witte, P F bootmaker, 20 tradd st 
Witter, A printer, 6 friend st 
Wittschen, F clerk, 115 church st 

« H baker, 115 do 
Wohlken, H clerk, 49 market st 

'' L fruiterer, 49 do 31 do 
Wohlers, grocer, 30 coming st 
Wolff, J M clothier, 332 king st 

" Wm bootmaker, 28 anson &t 



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Woltman, H clerk, 29 bull st 
Wood, Geo grocer, 81 market st, Cumberland st 
'* L S accountant, I hayne, 236 king st 
" G W E clerk, 21 hayne st 
'' E J C 233 king st 
" mrs S 233 do 
" Wm finisher, 7 motts lane 
^* Daniel hanoverst 
Wooddrup, John clerk, 29 hayne, 100 tradd st 
"Wooddy, Thos blacksmith, meeting st, ward 5 

" Jas seaman, america st 
Woodman, C sea captain, spring st 
Woodruff, T book-binder, 47 king st 

*' Josephus printer, 39 archdale st 
Woodside, John tavern-keeper, 191 east-bay 
" S A clerk, 191 east-bay 
" Wm do 147 meeting st, 191 east-bay 
Woodward, T superint'ent bennett's mill, 8 Washington. st 
" John engineer, 105 meeting st 
** mrs E S 20 mazyck st 
Woodworth, mrs E spring st 
Worrill, J W clerk, 165 meeting st, victoria hotel 
Woss, John sea captain, coming st, ward 6 
Wotherspoon & Porcher, cotton brokers, adger's whf 

" Robt cotton brokeij adger's whf, 80 tradd st 

Wotten, Henry bricklayer, calhoun st, ward 6 
Wragg, T L ship and com mcht, adger's whf, 72 broad 
** W T m. d. 64 wentworth st 
" Henry carpenter, spring st 
Wrede, J clerk, 108 east-bay 
Wright, T B do 71 east-bay, mary st 
** C T dry goods, 122 king st 
*' mrs £1 fancy goods, 178 do 
*' J D painter, 38 tradd st 
" miss A 3^ archdale st 
" Saml butcher, 7 burns lane 
** R S mechanic, mary st 
** Celia, coming st, ward 6 
Wulbern, C clerk, 55 east-bay 

" H grocer, 54 state st 
Wurfell, H fruiterer, 86 church st 
Wurthman, H grocer, spring st 
Wyly, A C clerk, 37 hayne st, victoria hotel 



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y. 

Yanson, mrs 124 tradd st 

Yates, F W clerk, vanderhorst whf, commercial hotel 

" J junr. boarding officer, cus ho, cr water & church 

** J L clerk, 151 east-bay, church st 

" E L do 89 east-bay, cr east bay and broad st8 

" F S book-keeper bk south Carolina, cr e-bay & broad 

" J D sheriff, 9 church st " 

** W B pastor mariners' church, 25 east-bay 

" Dr. Wm planter, 6 church st 

** John engineer S C R R, nassau st 
Yattro, G W watchmaker, 266 king, 286 king st 
Yeadon & Macbeth, attorneys at law, 41 broad st 

" Richard attorney at law, 41 broad, 56 wentworth 

" mrs W radclifFe st 
You, mrs M A 8 archdale st 

"DC 8 do 

Young, P H clerk, boyce*s whf, 155 east^bay 

" J do 44 broad, 33 church st 

" W do 44 do 33 do 

*' Henry do 201 king st 

" Thos pastor st. michael*s church, 27 meeting st 

" mrs 12 new st 

*^ Martha 48 coming st 

Z. 

Zachariah, mrs corset store, 147 king st 

Zealy, Jos discount clerk union bank, 25 bull st 

Zeigenbein, W tailor, 18 calhounst 

Zeigler, M W coachmaker, 24 wentworth st 

Zell, W clerk, 6 maiket st 

Zerbs, H grocer, cr duncan and pitt sts 

Zerenow, John inspector gas works, 26 wentworth st 

Zergmann, E tobacconist, 64 market, king st 

Zimmerman, W A clerk, cr king and market sts, ann st 

Zogbaum F & Co. music store, 201 king st 

" F music store, 201 king st, cr king & beaufain 
Zollicoffer, G clerk, cr meeting and market sts 
Zylstra, J P ship grocer, 59 east-bay, 61 king st 



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Civil Officers for the District of Charleston, 

Commissioners of Cross Roads^ in the Parishes of St. 
J^hilip and St. Michael — Dr. Wm. G. Ramsey, Chair- 
Tnan. — Dr. David Geiger, James F. O'Hear, Thomas B. 
Heriot, Dr. Wm. Yates, J. C. Brarlley, Wm. C. Main, 
Thomas H. Deas, Superintendent^ Charles W. Simons. 
Clerk and Treasurer. 

Commissioners of the Poor. — Dr Wm. G. Ramsey, Dr. 
David Geiger, James F O'Hear, Thomas B. Heriot, Dr. 
William Yates. 

Commissioners of Public Buildings. — C. M. Furman, 
Chairman; T.J Gantt, John Schnierle, B. F. Hunt, P. 
C. Grimball, of St. John's Colleton, James Ferguson, and 
Wm. Cain, of St. John's Berkley. 

Commissioners to take Bonds of Public Officers. — Chas. 
M. Furman, Jno, Magrath, Ker Boyce, H. W. Peronneau, 
and H. Gourdin 

Assessor for the Parishes of St, Philip and St. MichaeL 

— Wm. Riley. 

Port Physician. — Thomas Y. Simons. 

Escheator. — F. A. Ford. 

Physician and Surgeon for the Jail. — P. C. Gaillard, 
M. D. 

Arsenal Keeper^ in Charleston.— R. W. Colcock. 

Powder Receiver and Keeper of the State Magazines, — 
Steedman Yeadon. 

Inspector of Flour. — N. U. Chaffee. 

LIST OF MAGISTRATES. 

Judicial Magistrates. — T. O. Elliott and G W. Cooper. 

Ministerial Magistrates. — T. Martin, Chas. H. Axsonj 
L. F. Robertson, John A. Gyles, [to hold Magistrates 
Courts within the City of Charleston, for the trial of all 
Criminal Cases, relating to persons of colour, and for the 
trial of all causes small and mean, relating to matters of 
debt or other demand, arising from contract, to the amount 
of $20 ; and also, to all cases of domestic attachment and 



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distress warrents, for rent ] G. W. Egleston, and E W 
Bounetheau, for Charleston Neck, with the same powers. 

By the Act of 1839, every Magistrate, before entering upon the du- 
ties of the office, and within ninety days, must qualify before the Clerk 
of the Court. 68 Magistrates for St. Philip's and St. Michael's, exclu- 
siye of the eight Judicial ; each Magistrate elected for four years. The 
following ha^e qualified agreeable to law. 

Magistrates for SL Philip's (Sf St. MichaeVs Parishes^ 
— J D Aiken, Alex H Brown, George Buist, J B Camp- 
bell, Joseph H Dukes, W G Desaussure, J P Deveaux,C 
M Furman, T J Gantt, Fisher Gadsden, David C Gibson, 
William A Hayne, George S Hacker, John H tlerron, 
Wm Jervey, M I Keith, Henry C King, W W Kunhardt, 
Francis Lance, Wm P Lea, senr. Henry D Lesesne, Robt 
Macbeth, A G Magiath, John Michel, A Moise, Patrick 
M'Owen, C B Northrop, James Paine, J C Norris, W H 1 
Peronneau, Wm D Porter, John Phillips, Philip J Por- 
cher, W A Pringle, John E Rivers, jr., Wm Riley, Alex 
Robinson, Chas H Rhett, B D Roper, jr., Thomas Ryan, 
Thos R Salter, R W Seymour, C W Simons, S Thomas, 
Peter Delia Torre, James Tupper, Jacob Williman, J D 
Yates, Richard Yeadon, and S C Warnock. 



Magistrates in the Parishes Charleston District. 

For Christ Church — Henry S. Tew, Thos. J. Legare, 
F. Gregorie, T. M. Wagner. 

For St. Thomas & St. Dennis — John H. Massey, J. B. 
Poyas, E. Phillips. 

For St. John's, Berkley — F. W. Easterling, James Gail- 
lard, jr., S. W. Barker, James Sinkler. 

For St. Jame's. Santee — C C Pinckney, E H Trescott, 
J. G. Shoolbred, A. C. McClellan, P. Manigault, Thomas 
P. Jerman. 

Foi St. Stephen's — Wm. Dubose, John S. Palmer, S. L. 
Deveau, W. D. Bonneau. 

For St. James, Goose Creek — Alfred Schuler, I. Brad- 
well, senr, John B. Earnest, John S. McCullej, Adam 
Smithy W. H. McCall, John J. Browning. 



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For St. Andrew's — On the Island, R. Lebby, Rawlin 
ivers. On the Main — George Haig, W. B. Seabrook. 

For St. John's Colleton— Wm. Whaley, T. A. Baynard, 
M Seabrook, Kinsey Burden, jr., James LaRoche, W. 
eckett, Ed. Bailey, Wm. McCants, Richard LaRoche, 
K. E. Jenkins, W. N. Clarkson, J. Jenkins, E. Seabrook, 
B. S. Whaley, W. Sams, Benj. M. Jenkins, Daniel J. La 
Roche, on Edisto Island. 



Notaries in Charleston District. 

S Alexander, J D Alexander, R Anderson, C H Axson, 
A A Allemong, H H Baker, J M Bee G W Bee, J B Bee, 
A W Black, E W Bounetheau, Jenkins Browning, J 
Ballard, J F Beckman, Benjamin Bross, F M Burdell. D 
Bailey, Francis Berry, W G Benson, H Buist, E Candler, 
T P Chandler, T H Calvert, John Cheesborough, Samuel 
Champlain, Clarence J Cochran, J C Cochran, R W 
Cogdell, Edward S Courtenay, Thomas D Condy, James 
Culbert, Isaac Davega, L D Desaussure, Augustus G De 
Camps, Robert DeLeaumont, A R Drayton, Joseph H 
Dukes, Alfred H Duncan, G W Egleston, T R Egleston, 
W B Foster, F A Ford, Wm S Eraser, R C Gilchrist, 
Fisher Gadsden, T N Gadsden, T J Gantt, Richard 
Gantt, G M Goodwin, M Goldsmith, H Goldsmith, John 
Greaton, Charles Guenther, C P Gordon, T S Gourdin, G 
F Hanckel, Wm B Heriot, E B Heriot, E G Heriot, E 
Heriot. John Herron, Isaac E Hertz, J C HofF, J R Horsey 
T CHubbell, Thos M Hume, B F Hunt, jr., J B Irving, 
Lewis Jervey, T W Johnson, J S Johnson, W H Inglesby, 
C E Kanapaux, Matthew I Keith, J Kingman, S King- 
man, P B Lalane, F Lanneau, C H Lanneau, Wm P 
Lea, sr., T P Lockwood, jr, NathU Levin, Moses Levy, 
C M Logan, R A Long, John C Lozier, J C Lawton, R 
Macbeth, Thomas Martin, Jas W May, J Michel, John D 
Miller, A Moise, T W Mordecai, Henry Morris, S H Mor- 
timer, L J Moses, Sol Moses, J H Murrell, E C Mowry, J 
P McCall, J B McClure, E McCrady, J C Norris, J Nor- 
ton, Z B Oakes, Joseph F O'Hear, J J Parker, W Patton, 
E W Petit, S H Patterson, B F Pepoon, Wm Perry, H L 
Pinckney, John E Phillips, Wm A Plane, J R Rogers, C 
H Rhett, Isaac S Riddell, J F Roberts, James Ross, F L 



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Roux, A Robinson, A G Rose, John G LaRoche, B D 
Roper, jr., H S Rice, J M Righton, Win Rilej, Joseph 
Samson, J K Sass, F Schouboe, John Seigling, jr., A C 
Smith, T Smith, Jas Smith, James Short, W P Shingler, 
Harris Simons, Thos Y Simons, jr., R L Stewart, Ed C 
Tharin, T H Thayer, S J Thomas, J E Tobin, H Tres- 
cot, E DeTreville, N Tylee, V J Tobias, H J Yalleau, H 
E Vincent, J A Wagener, H P Walker, T R Waring, J J 
R Westcoat, C P L Westendorff, T A Whitney, James M 
Wilson, Henry WiUis, jr., D S Wingate, Jacob Williman, 
John WiUiamson, W W Wilbur, B J Whaley, and Jer 
Yates, jr. 



STATE CONSTABLES 

FOR TQE PARISHES OF ST. PHILIP AND ST. MICHAEL. 

John Williamson, SOW Dill, J D Kennedy, Moses 
Levy, Sol. Moses, J J Bluett, George Dusenbury, Thos. 
Hyatt, Wm. Teppe, T J Troy, John Dunn. 



Police of the City of Charleston, 

JOHN SCHNIERLE, Mayor. 

. ALDERMEN. 

Ward No. 1 — Alexander Gordon, John Drummond. 

Ward No. 2— W Alston Hayne, E W Edgerton, C D 
Carr. 

Ward No. 3— Wm M Martin, W H Gilliland, William 
Kirkwood, 

Ward No. 4— Dr. J Bellinger, E B Crews, J H Steia- 
myer, Dr. E North. 

Ward No. 5 — John H Honour. 

Ward No. 6— F C Blum. 

Ward No. 7 — George S Hacker. 

Ward No. 8— Oswell Reeder. 

OFFICERS LOWER WARDS 

Clerk of Council, John R Rogers. 
Recorder, Hon, William Rice. 



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Clerk of the City Court, H Pinckney Walker. 

Attorney, Wm D Porter, 4 years. 

Sheriff, Robert Elfe. 

Treasurer, Wm H Inglesby. 

Assistant Treasurer, H H DeLeon. 

Inquirer and Assessor, James C Norris 

Deputy Escheator, F A Ford. 

Coroner, J P Deveaux. 

City Surveyor, Charles Parker. 

Harbour Master, Samuel Alexander. 

Deputy Harbour Master, Thomas Surtis. 

Messenger of Council and keeper of the City Hall, &c. 

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Hichard Smith. 

Keeper of St. Michael's Clock, James M Gardner. 

Superintendent of Public Cemetery, John D Browne. 

Keeper Lazaretto, G Crietzburg. 

Port Wardens, James Ross, L A Edmondston, C Lin- 
ing, W Kunhardt, H S Rice. 

City Apothecary, C F Stoney. 

City Inspector, B R Getsinger, senr. 

City Register and Clerk of Board of Health, Dr J L 
Dawson. 

Superintendent of Streets — Up. Division, Jno. Kingman, 

Superintendent of Streets — Lower Division, O Chisolm. 

Captain of the City Guard — A Roumillat ; 1st Lieut. 
Charles E Kanapaux ; 2d Lieut. O P Champlain ; 3d 
Lieut. John A Wagener. 

Orderly Sergeant — Samuel Hamell. 

Police Officers — For the Lower Wards — Moses Levy, 
Alex Scharlock, D Twohill, W C Waterbury, Thomas 
Maher. For the Upper Wards — Benj Bross, Jas Culbert, 
Robt H DeHay. 

OFFICERS UPPER WARDS. 

Captain of Police— Thomas Dixon ; 1st Lieut. Police, 

Thomas B Symmes ; 2d Lieut. Police, M H Pooser. 
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Physician of the Poor — Eastern Division, Dr. W M 

Glenn. 

Physician of the Poor — Western Division, Dr. George 
S Pelzer. 

Superintendent of Streets, J L Honour. 

Deputy City Inspector, J P Clement. 

Master Work House, T F Purse. 

Physician Work House, Dr. W H Anderson. 

Surveyor, R K Payne. 

CITY CONSTABLES. 

, Ward No. 1— P V Dibble, P W Ravenel, James P 
Ogilvie, Campbell Douglass, junr. J M Shackelford. 

Ward No. 2 — R Roper, Thomas Riley, Wm Laidler, A 
Price. 

Ward No. 3— G W Browne, R H Johnson, J G Smith, 
W L King, Theo. Huchet, John G Milnor. 

Ward No. 4— H S Hayden, Wm Harral, E H Lane, F 
L Roux, D Barrow, J H Weyman, R J Eason, John 
Walton. 

Ward No. 5— J C Beckman, W E Honour, T C Dukes 

Ward No. 6— -J F Steinmeyer,T L Sanders, S D Miller] 

Ward No. 7— T B Eason, J Thornley, T B Dotterer. 

Ward No. 8— John Lord. 

SHIRRAS' DISPENSARY. 

Shirras* Dispensary. — Ward No. 1 — George Bryan, A 
E Miller, John Greaton. 

Ward No. 2 — ^John Eraser, Michael Lazarus. 

Ward No. 3 — J J McCarter, John H Schriner, James 
Marsh. 

Ward No. 4— K L Simons, Wm Birnie, J McKegan, J 
F Blacklock. 

Physicians to the Shirras' Dispensary, Dr. H Winthrop, 
for the Western, and Dr. John S Mitchell, for the Eastern 
Division. 



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Trustee ex-officio — The President of the St. Andrew's 
Society ; the President of the Medical {Society, and th6 
Mayor of the City. 



THE BANKS 

Are open for transacting business every day, (Sundays 
Public Fasts, I'hanksgiving Days, Christmas Day, 
and the Fourth of July, excepted,) from 9 o'clock in 
the morning, till 2 o'clock in the afternoon. 

BANK OF CHARLESTON. 

No. 12 Broad, cr. State-street 

Capital $3,160,000. 
A Q Rose, President. R L Stewart, Cashier. 

Directors, — W C Courtenay, Ker Boyce, L M Wiley, 
G A Trenholm, Henry Gourdin, W B Pringle, Wm H 
Gilliland, T Street, Alexander Robertson, J S Bowie, C T 
Lowndes, T G Wragg, 

First Teller, Chr. M' Kinney ; Second Teller, IMC 
Johnston ; Third Teller, J K Sass ; Discount Clerk, Peter 
B Lalane ; 1st Book-keeper, per ac. J Norton ; 2d Book- 
keeper, per ac. T D Mathews ; Book-keeper, pub. ac. J L 
Holmes ; Collection Clerk, W S Edwards ; Transfer 
Clerk, J Cheesborough; Cash Book-keeper, H E Wal- 
pole ; Porter, Charles L Edwards ; Out-door Clerk, S A 
Robinson ; Solicitor, James L Petigru. 

53* Offers of new business every day — of Renewals 
on Monday. 

Transfer of Stock on Monday and Thursday. 



BANK OF SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Corner East Bay and Broad-streets. 

Capital $1,000,000. 

William Burnie, President. George B Reid, Cashier and 

Transfer Clerk. 

Directors. — J C Blum, James Bancroft, Jas Gadsden, 



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William Calder, Thomas Middleton, William McBurney, 
A R Taft, J T Welsman, George Buist, Daniel E Huger, 
junr., Alex Gordon, A S Johnston. 

Tellers, M D Strobel and W C Breese ; Book-keeper 
and Collection Clerk, F S Yates ; Discount Clerk and 
Bill Book-keeper, W S Caldwell ; Cash Book-keeper, E 
B Lining; Assistant Clerk, Edward Blake; Out-door 
Clerk and Porter, T Morris ; Notary, A W Black ; Soli- 
citor, J M Walker. 

53^ Offering day for new business every day — Regular 
Discount day Thursday. 

Transfer of Stock every day. 



STATE BANK. 

No. 22 Broad-street. 
Capital $1,000,000. 
Edward Sebring, President. Henry Trescot, Cashier. 

Directors. — James H Ladson, Samuel P Ripley, George 
Gibbon, George M Coffin, E W Bancroft, H S Hayden, 
H A Desaussure, M P Mathiessen, John E Cay, B Mure, 
T Trout, T G Budd. 

Teller, Benj M Lee ; Assistant Teller, Hopson Pinck- 
ney ; Book-keeper, Lewis Jervey ; Collection Clerk and 
Notary, James M Bee ; Transfer and Discount Clerk, J L 
Egleston ; Outdoor Clerk, John Bell Bee ; Solicitor, H A 
Desaussure. 

llCj* Offers of new business every day — of Renewals on 
Wednesday. 

Transfer of Stock every day but Wednesday and 
Thursday. 



UNION BANK. 

No. 125 Bast Bay. 

Capital $1,000,000. 

Henry Ravehel, President. A C Smith, Cashier. 

Directors. —A Tobias, S Mowry, jr., J A Winthrop, M 
King, Otis Mills, S S Farrar, John L Hedley, H T Street, 
Charles N Hubert, W Mazyck, jr.. Wm B Smith, George 
Brown. 



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Teller, J E Smith ; Assistant Teller, I S K Bennett; 
Discount Clerk, Joseph Zealy ; Book-keeper, N R Payne] 
Collection Clerk and Notary, Henry D Alexander ; Out- 
door Clerk and Cash Book-keeper, C M Smith. 

|I3* Discount day on Wednesday ; Offers may be 
lodged on Monday and Tuesday ; Answers returned on 
Wednesday. 

Transfer of Stock, Thursday and Saturday. 



PLANTERS' AND MECHANICS' BANK. 

No. 1 19i East Bay. 

CAprxAL $1,000,000. 

Daniel Ravenel, President. C H Stevens, Cashier. 

Directors. — Robert Martin, Wm Aiken, Wm Bell, Wm 
Ravenel, James Lamb, A S Willington, Wm Adger, J J 
McCarter, S G Barker, C T Mitchell, J K Robinson, Ed P 
Milliken. 

Book-keeper, J S Tennent ; Receiving Teller, Chas H 
Hanckel; Paying Teller, Jonathan Bryan, jr.; Transfer 
Clerk and keeper of Ledger of Public Offices and Institu- 
tions, Samuel Kingman ; Discount Clerk, Henry Morris; 
Out-door Clerk, R Rhett ; Collection Clerk and Assistant 
Clerk, F C Prioleau ; Solicitor, Edward McCrady ; Nota- 
ry, Henry Morris. 

Agent at Camden. — John Rosser. 

tC$r Offering day for Discount, Friday. Answers giv- 
en on Saturday. 

Offers also considered every day. Transfer of Stock 
every day. 



SOUTH-WESTERN RAILROAD BANK. 

No. 19 Broad -street. 

Capital $865,525. 

James Rose, President. James G Holmes, Cashier. 

Directors. — G A Hopley, M C Mordecai, H W Peron- 
neau, G B Locke, James Legare, P J Porcher, W J Gray- 
son, W C Gatewood, I S Cohen, William Patten, C A 
Magwood, O B Hilliard. 
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Teller, Henry G Loper; General Book-keeper, Ex- 
ohange Clerk and Pension Agent, J C Cochran ; Book- 
keeper and Collection Clerk, J R Rutledge ; Discount and 
Transfer Clerk, A R Drajton ; Out-door Clerk and Por- 
ter, James Peters ; Notary, A R Drayton; Solicitor, T M 
HanckeL 

|I3* Offering Day for Discount, Thursday. Discount 
Day on Friday, and answers given the same day. Bills 
of Exchange and business paper not intended for renewal, 
discounted every day. 

Transfer of Stock every day. 



BANK OF THE STATE OF SOUTH-CAROLINA. 

No. 14 Broad, cr. State-street. 
C M Furman, President. T R Waring, Cashier. 

Directors. — T Lehre, J P Deveaux, R G Stone, George 
Rohertson, P M Cohen, E Carson, W C Dukes, George H 
Walter, S L Glover, E W Mathewes, James L Gantt, H 
F Strohecker. 

Tellers, Wm Miller and W R Taber ; Book-keeper, 
John Hanckel; Discount Clerk, Wm B Foster; Collec- 
tion Clerk, Myer Jacobs ; Clerk and Notary, J D Alexan- 
der ; 2d Assistant Clerk, Charles S Cogdell ; Porter and 
Out-door Clerk, F Gadsden. 

|13* Offering Day for Discount, Friday — Answers re- 
turned on Monday. 



BRANCH BANK STATE OF SOUTH-CAROLINA, 

AT COLUMBIA. 

R H Goodwyn, President. John Fisher, Cashier. 

Directors. — J J Chappell, James Fenton, Wade Hamp- 
ton, M L Brown, I D Mordecai, James Cathcart, W 
Maybin, Lewis Pou, Robert Bryce, Amzi Nelly, W Rey- 
nolds, John T Mickle. 

Teller, J L Clark ; Discount and Collection Clerk, N 
Ramsay ; Assistaut Clerk, D S Yates. 

|r5* Offering days — Mondays. Discount Days — Thurs- 
days. 



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BRANCH BANK STATE OF SOUTH-CAROLINA, 

AT CAMDEN. 

Thomas Salmond, President. D L Desaussure, Cashier. 

Directors. — ^John Cantey, A D Jones, Benj Perkins, W 
A Ancrum, W Kennedy, L L Whitaker. 

Discount Clerk, Jesse Nettles ; Book-keeper, B B Sal- 
xnond. 



Inspectors of Steamboats. 

Inspector of Steamboat Hulls, for Charleston District, 
Capt. J. Greaton. 

Inspector of Steamboat Boilers, S. H. Patterson. 



Commissioners of Deeds in South-Carolina. 

Appointed by the Governors of other States. 

Maine — T Tupper. 

New Hampshire. — J S Woodman, G W Egleston. 

Massachusetts. — Ed. R Newhall, Peter Oliver, Abram 
Jackson, jr., H H Baker, Lewis F Robertson. 

Connecticut. — G W Egleston, and H H Baker. 

New York. — B F Hunt, jr., Joseph H Dukes, H H 
Baker, Geo. W Egleston, Lewis F Robertson, W A Prin- 
gle, Thos. P Lockwood, jr. 

Maryland. — Isaac Devega, and H H Baker. 

Virginia. — C B Northrop, and L F Robertson. 

North Carolina.— H H Baker, and H CKing. 

Georgia. — A H Brown, H H Baker, John R Hayes, E 
G Heriot, Isaac Devega, Wm A duigley, A P Moise. 

Alabama.— W B Heriot, H H Baker, H P Walker, S 
H Brodie. 

Florida.— W B Heriot, and H H Baker. 

Mississippi. — H H Baker, H P Walker, and Lewis F 
Robertson. 

Louisiana. — H P Walker, Jacob Williman. 

California. — Henry H Baker. 

Texas. — Henry H Baker. 



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Charleston Savings Institution. 

Office at the Apprentices Library Society, Meeting-street. 

Robert IVfartin, President. Thomas Lehre, Vice Pres- 
ident. J F Schirmer, Secretary. Henry S Griggs, Treas- 
urer. 

Trustees. — Wm Bell, Wm Gregg, Jos Johnson, George 
Kinloch, Albert Elfe, T Tupper, Geo N Reynolds, B J 
Howland, James M Caldwell, J W Caldwell, Wm Kirk- 
wood, Wm M'Burney, W L Porter, Geo B Locke, J H 
Taylor, J C Blum, Chas H West, SS Howell, J T Wels- 
man. J B Betts. 

Board of Investment. — C H West, G B Locke, G Kin- 
loch, J W Caldwell, Jas M Caldwell, and the President, 
Vice President, and Secretary 



Open Monday and Thursday Aflernoons from 4 o'clock, tiU 8iin« 
set, and on Saturday nights from the ringing of the first to the last city 
bell. The isterest on deposits is computed from the thibd Wednes- 
day of January, April, July, and October, at five per cent, per annum. 
Dividends not drawn are credited to Depositors, and draw interest from 
the date at which they were declared. At the expiration of every five 
yoars, a Surplus Dividend is also paid, consisting of the profits of the 
Institution, over and above the expenses and semi-annual dividends al- 
ready paid out or credited. ^3* Applications for Loans must be left 
with the Secretary. 



CUSTOM HOUSE IN CHARLESTON. 

Sub Treasurer, Wm M Martin. 

Collector, Wm J Grayson. 

Assistant Calculating Clerk and Deputy Collector, 
Thomas D Jervey. 

Book-keeper, Charles Boucheneau. 

Abstract, Debenture and Calculating Clerk, Wm T 
M'Cready. 

Bond, Register and Record Clerk, Nathaniel Levin. 

Assistant Clerk, H Rutledge. 

Naval Officer, Henry M Howard. 

Assistant Naval Officer, Lee Howard. 

Surveyor, Wm Y Leitch. 

Measurer, Edward Harleston. 

Weigher, Isaac Cardoza. 

Ganger, John T Elsworth. 



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Appraisers of Foreign Goods, Arthur F Holmes, and 
John Bryan, jr. 

Coastwise Inspectors, S Champlain, W J Smith, P M 
Ehney, and J B White. 

Permanent Import Inspectors, J M Righton, Thomas 
Steedman, C Pinckney, J P Waties, T W Johnson, E S 
Courtenay, John Harvey, G W Wilkie, Jas C Jervey, Jas 
Stillman, Jas H Mashburn, Wm Elfe, John Cudworth, S 
Knepley, Wm A Plane, Richard Teasdale. 

Inspector of Drugs, &c , Dr. F M Robertson. 

Steamboat Inspector, G Lazarus. 

Store-keeper, Samuel J Wagner. 

Boarding Officer, J Yates, jr. 

Export Inspectors, Wm Perry and H Sparnick. 

Messenger, James Hines. 

Office Hours From the 21st March to the 2 1st Sept. 

from 9 till 2 o^clock ; and from the 21st September to the 
21st March, from 10 till 2 o'clock. 



POST OFFICE— CHARLESTON, S. C. 

Alfred Huger, Post Master. Evan Edwards, Assistant. 

Eastern Mail. — Due 11^ A. M., Closes 2 P. M., daily, 
via Wilmington, N. C. 

Northern or Georgetown MaiL — Due daily, (except 
Monday,) at 9 A. M , closes daily, (except Sunday,) 1 P. M. 

Southern or Savannah MaiL — Due daily, 2 P. M., Clo- 
ses daily, 7^ A. M. 

Western MaiL—\si Train, due daily, 2 P. M., Closes 
daily 6J A. M. 2d Train, due daily at 4 P. M., Closes 
daily at 10^ A. M. 

Country Mail— Due 2 P. M., Closes 5 P. M. 

Blue House Mail. — Due Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 
6 A. M.J Closes Monday, Wednesday Friday, 6 P. M. 

Beaufort and Bluffton MaU.—'Dwe Tuesday 12 M., Clo- 
ses Thursday 6 P. M; 

Vance^s Ferry Mail. — Due Sunday and Thursday 2 P. 
M., Closes Monday and Friday, 5 P. M. 

Pineville Mail — Due Monday and Thursday, 2 P. M., 
Closes Tuesday and Friday, 6 A. M. 

Key West MaiL — For West Indies,* Mexico, South 



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America, California and Oregon, due 4th and i9th, leaves 
8th and 22d of the month. 

RATES OF POSTAGE, 

Single Letters, pre-paid, under 3,000 miles, 3 cents ; over 

3,000 miles, 6 cents. 
Single Letters, unpaid, under 3,000 miles, 5 cents ; over 

3,000 miles, 10 cents. 
Half ounce a single letter, every additional half ounce an 

additional rate. 

All printed matter, except Newspapers and Periodicals, 
sent to regular subscribers from the office of publication, to 
be pre-paid, according to weights and distance. 

Charleston Gas Light Corrvpany. 

Joshua Lazarus, President. John R Heriot, Secretary and 

Cashier. 
Directors. — Henry Gourdin, Otis Mills, George S Cam- 
eron, M C Mordecai, S H Hayden, Robert Martin, and 
John F Blacklock. 



Society for the protection of Property at Fires, 

G W Egleston, President. J H Ladson, Vice President. 

Directors. — 1st Wm Bird; 2d Benj Lucas; 3d H F 
Strohecker; 4th LA Edmondston; 5th R M Butler ; 6th 
Samuel Fogartie. 

H S Griggs, Treasurer. T Tupper, jr. Secretary. 

South' Carolina Rail Roads. 

Between Charleston and Hamburg^ S. C, opposite Augus- 
ta, Oeo.^ and Columbia and Camden, S, C. 

DEPARTS DAILY. 

Office at Depot, Mary street — Open from 9 to 2 o'clock. 
Passengers' Depot, John street. Depository, Line street. 

One Train leaves daily at 8, half past 1 1 and 5 o'clock, 
for Hamburg and Columbia, and Camden, and all inter- 
mediate places. 

Passage to and from each place $4. 

Three cents per mile to all intermediate places. * 

H W Conner, President. 

Directors. — Wade Hampton, Andxew Wallace, Wm B 



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Pringle, A Burnside, Robert Martin, John Bryce, G A 
Trenholm, C J Shannon, Alfred Huger, Wm C Dukes, 
Henry Gourdin, John Caldwell, L J Patterson, Ker 
Boyce. 

Commissioners to act on the part of the State.^ — John 
Buchanan, J E Calhoun, J M Desaussure, Jas H Adams. 

J D Petsch, Superintendent. 

Thomas Waring, Auditor. J R Emery, Secretary. F 
M Burdell, Forwarding Agent. John King, jr., Chief 
Agent. Charles J Bollin, at Columbia. W J Magrath, 
at Hamburg. N D Baxley, at Camden. 



Greenville and Columbia Rail Road. 

President, Hon. J B O'Neall. 

Directors — At Columbia, John S Preston and Dr. E 
Sill. At Charleston — Wm Patton and D Blake. At An- 
derson — J P Rees and Gen. Whitner. At Abbeville — T 
C Perrin, Joel Smith and Dr. F G Thomas. Newberry — 
Col S Fair and Drayton Nance. At Fairfield — J S Lyles. 

Wm Spencer Brown, Chief Engineer. 

James L Gantt, Secretary and Treasurer. 

The offices of the President and Secretary have been 
located at Columbia. 



Charlotte and South-Carolina Rail Road. 

President, E G Palmer. 

Directors. , B F Taylor, Jas Martin, J Buch- 
anan, S McAllily, J A Bradly, Ed Avery, W W Elms, J 
W Osborne, A B Davidson. 

Chief Engineer, W M Stockton. 

Nashville and Chattanooga Rail Road. 

President, V K Stevenson. Chief Engineer, . 



Georgia Rail Road Company. 

From Augusta io Atlanta 171 miles. 

President, J P King. General Superintendent, F G 
Arms. 

Agent at Augusta, F Midlam. At Atlanta, W P Orme. 
At Athens, A Grant. 



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Western and Atlantic Rail Road Company. 

From Atlanta to Chattanooga^ 140 miles. 

Chief Engineer, Wm L Mitchell. 
Agent of Transportation, £ R Mills. Agent at DaltoDj 
W D Fulton 



Memphis Branch Rail Road. 

From Kingston on the Western Atlantic Rail Road to 

Rome^ 17 miles. 
Agent at Rome, S T Combs. 

Santee Canal Company. 

President, James Lamb. ■ 

Directors — Wm Birnie, George Buist, Chas Macbeth, 
Robt T Chisolm, J H Tucker, Dr. I M Campbell, H L 
Toomer, Jacob Bond I'On, P J Porcher, James Simons, P 
C Gaillard, Thomas Gates. 

Harris Simons, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Charleston Bridge Company. 

President, Edward Sebring. 
Directors — Alex H Brown, W E Haskell. 
Secretary and Treasurer, George S Crafts. Solicitor, W 
A Pringle. 

Magnetic Telegraph Line. 

Between Washington^ Charleston^ and New Orleans. 

Office No. 3 State street, (up stairs) near Broad. 
Directors — S Mowry, jr., F C Mathiessen, in Charles- 
ton. 



Mercantile Agency. 

Under old Carolina Hotel^ Broad-street. 
Proprietor, B Douglass. 

Charleston Chamber of Commerce. 

President, G A Trenholm. 1 st vice President, William 
Patton. 2d Vice President, James Chapman. 

Secretary and Treasurer, Virginius J Tobias. 

Committee of Appeals— Jas Adger, S Mowry, jr., E P 
Starr, Wm B Heriot, J L Hedley, and T Tupper. 



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South-Carolina Insurance Company. • 

Capital $250,000. 
Charles Edmondston^ President. 
Dkectojrs — Robt. Martin, S Mowry, jr., M C Mordecai, 
Henry Cobia, C H West, James Gadsden. 

Secretary, A L Tobias. Solicitor, Joseph H Dukes. 

Charleston Insurance and Trust Company, 

Capital $500,000. 

J H Honour, President. 

Directors — Thaddeus Street, Geo Gibbon, J Chapman, 
W C Dukes, Jas Welsman, C M Furman, J T Welsman, 
W C Gatewood, A Wallace, James Bancroft, Jos Provost, 
C T Mitchell, J W Caldwell, R H Tucker. 

Secretary & Treasurer, S H Mortimer. Inspector and 
Out-door Clerk, CapC. John Greaton. Solicitor, A G 
Magrath. 

Commercial Insurance Company. 

No. 4 Broad-Street. 

Capital $250,000— all paid in. 

Wm B Heriot, Presidetit. A M Lee, Sec. & Treasurer. 

Directors — ^James K Robinson, Robert Caldwell, H T 

Street, J H Brawley, G A Tienholm, A R Taft, William 

McBurney, T L Wrag^. 

E L Tessier, Inspector. B C Pcessley, Solicitor. R A 
Kinloch, M. D., Medical Examiner. 



Insurance Agencies in Charleston. 

Wm M Martin, Agent for the Augusta Insurance and 
Banking Company, Fire and Marine Insurance. Capital 
^375,000. Office, 9 Broad-street. 

Thomas Trout, Agent for the Protection Insurance Co. 
of Hartford, Ct.; Fire and Marine Insurance. Capital 
♦550,000. Office, Commercial wharf, 

Gregg & Hayden, Agents for the Hartford Insurance 
Company ; Fire Insurance. Capital $250,000. Office, 
corner King & Hasel-streets. 

Wm Lloyd, Agent for the -^tna Insurance Company, 
Hartford, Ct.; Fire Insurance. Capital $250,000. Co- 
lumbia Insurance Company, Columbia, S. C. Capital 
$400,000. Office, 7 Broad-street. 
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T' O Heriot, Agent for the Nashville Insurance and 
Trust Company, Fire and Marine Insurance. CapitalJ 
$300,000. Office, 20 East-Bay. 



The College of Charleston, 

OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Mitchell King, President. D Ravenel, Vice-President. 
Charles Fraser, Esq., Secretary & Treasurer. 

Standing Committee — Mitchell King, Esq., Chairman; 
Hon. John Schnierle, Mayor ; Richard Yeadon, Daniel 
Ravenel, and Charles Fraser, Esqrs. 

Board of Trustees, (including the above named gentle- 
men) — are, Rev. Dr. Post, Rev. Dr. Oilman, Rev. Dr. 
Hanckel, J L Petigru, Henry A Desaussure, A J White, 
Alexander Mazyck, J S Rhett, Dr. T Y Simons, C M 
Furman, E B White, the Mayor, Aldermen — Bellinger, 
Hayne, and Gordon. 

Faculty — Wm Peronneau Finley, President, Prof, of 
Logic, Political Economy and the Evidences of Christi- 
anity and Horry Professor of Moral, Intellectual and 
Political Philosophy— William Hawkesworth, A M., Pro- 
fessor of Latin and Greek Languages and Literature, and 
of Greek and Roman Antiquities — Lewis R Gibbes, M D., 
Professor of Mathematics, Chemistry, &c. &c. — Wm P 
Miles, Assistant Professor of Mathematics — Frederick A 
Porcher, Professor of History, Ancient and Modern ; Rhe- 
toric, Belles Letters, English Composition and Elocution. 
The Rev. John D Bachman, D D., Professor of Natural 
History, embracing Zoology, in all its branches ; Physi- 
ology and Comparative Anatomy, Mammalogy, Ornithol- 
ogy, &c. The Rev. James W Miles, Professor of the 
History of Intellectual Philosophy and Greek Literature. 
F S Holmes, Professor of Geology and Palaeontology, and 
Curator of the College Museum, 



High School of Charleston, 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. 

The Hon. John Schnierle, Mayor, (ex-ofRcio member of 
the Board.) Rev. Reuben Post, D D., Chairman of the 
Board. The Mayor; Aldermen — Hayne, Bellinger and 



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Edgerton. Trustees of the Charleston College — M King, 
Esq., Richard Yeadon, Esq., Dr. Thomas Y Simons, 
E B White, Esq. 

Principal of the High School—Henry M Bruns, A M. 
Charles B Cochran, A B., 1st Assistant. Joseph T Lee, 
jr., A B., 2d Assistant. Lucian B Lance, 3d Assistant. 
David X Lafar, A B , Writing Master. John B White, 
Esq., Clerk and Treasurer. 

Charleston Library Society. 

Henry A Desaussure, Esq., President. Judge Gilchrist, 
Vice President. Wm Logan, Secretary and Librarian. 
A H Mazyck, Treasurer. 

Book Committee — President and Vice President, ex- 
ofiicio, Hon. Mitchell King, C Fraser, Esq , Professor F A 
Porcher, Hon. T L Hutchinson, Prof. Lewis R Gibbes. 

Committee on Accounts — J Lamb, O Hammond, G W 
Egleston, James Gregorie, E P Starr, and Dr. P G Gail- 
lard. Col. James Simons, Solicitor. 



Apprentices Library Society, 

Dr. Jos Johnson, President. Hon. W D Porter, Vice 
President. A De Caradenc, Treasurer and Librarian. 

Directors— G N Reynolds, jr., Dr. F M Robertson, W 
Kirkwood, Dr. D J C Cain, Wm Bell, H Clark, Dr. A G 
Mackey, Wm Lebby, J H Steinmyer, J W Caldwell, and 
C D Carr. 

23" The object of this Institution is to encourage a taste for reading 
books of history, science and the arts, and beget a literary taste among 
mechanics of our city. It was incorporated in 1824, and been instru- 
mental in doing good< It has, by the fostering aid of the city, been 
enabled to build a hall for Lectures, besides having room in the lower 
story for a library and a variety of statuary and ornamenlal presents. It 
is also the receptacle of many books, lk.c. sent as donations for the bene- 
fit of the young. Every parent, guardian or master should become a 
subscriber to entitle him to the privilege of giving orderj for books, 
the use of his child, ward or apprentice 



Mercantile Library Association. 

W B Heriot, President. J B Desaussure, Vice President. 

Directors— T G Budd, Edwin Heriot, P J Barbot, C 
Williman, jr., C Weinges, S P Ravenel, E H Frost. 

Edwin Heriot, Corresponding Secretary. E H Frost, 
Recording Secretary. A E Cohen, Librarian. 



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State Military Schools. 

BOARD OF VISITERS. 

The Governor of the State for the lime being, and the 
following gentlemen : James Jones, Chairman ; address, 
Aiken, S. C. David F Jamison, Orangeburg C. H., S. C. 
William J Hanna, Chesterfield C. H., S. C. Daniel Wal- 
lace, Union C. H., S. C John H Means, Buckhead, Fair- 
field District, S. C. James W Cantej, Adj. and Inspector 
General, Camden, S. C. 

OFFICERS AND PROFESSORS. 

CITADEL ACADEMY CHARLESTON. 

Major Richard W Colcock, Superintendent and Profes- 
sor of Civil and Military Engineering ; Capt. A. H. Bris- 
bane; Professor of Rhetoric and Belles Letters ; Lieut. J 
A Leland, Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy; Wm 
Hume, M. D., Professor of Experimental Philosophy ; M 
Gauthier, Teacher of French and Drawing. Dr. H Boyl- 
ston, Surgeon. J L Gregorie, Bursar. 

ARSENAL ACADEMY — COLUMBIA. 

Capt. I Mathews, Superintendent and Principal Profes- 
sor ; ist Lieut. H C Tew, Second Professor ; Dr. A H 
Nagel, Surgeon ; M C Shaffer, Bursar. 



Trustees of the South- Carolina College. 

By an Act of the Legislatuce, passed December, 1 825 — 
The Board of Trustees of the South-Carolina College, 
consists of the Governor of the State, the President of the 
Senate, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the 
Judges of the Court of Appeals, the Circuit Judges of the 
Court of Law, and the Chancellors, ex.officio, and twenip 
persons to be elected by the joint ballot of the Senate and 
House of Representatives, to continue in office four years. 

The following gentlemen were elected in December, 
1849 : 

R F W Alston, J H Adams, R W Barnwell, R W 
Gibbes, M. D., J Buchanan, T N Dawkins, William F 
Desaussure, J Gillespie, Wade Hampton, David Johnson, 
J L Manning, C G Memminger, B F Perry, James L Pet- 
igru, John S Preston, Thomas Smith, F H Wardlaw, I D 
Witherspoon, F J Moses, H C Young. 



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f Hon. W C Preston, President, and Professor Metaphy- 
I sics, Moral and Political Philosophy. 

M J Williams, M. D., Professor Mathematics, Mechan- 
ical Philosophy and Astronomy. 

R T Brumby, Professor of Chemistry, Mineralogy and 
Geology. 

Francis Lieber, LLD., Professor of History and Political 
Economy. 

Rev. R Henry, D. D., Professor of Greek Literature. 

Charles P Pelham, Professor of Roman Literature. 

Rev. , Professor of Sacred Literature, and the 

Evidences of Christianity. 

M Laborde, M. D., Professor of Logic, Rhetoric and 
Belles Letties, 

F W McMaster, Secretary ofthe Faculty, and Libra- 
rian. 

John S Green, Treasurer. A H Gladden, Bursar. C 
Loomis, Marshal. 



Medical College ofthe State of South-Carolina. 

The Course of Lectures begins on the first Monday in 
November. 

Faculty — J E Holbrook, M D., Professor of Anatomy. 
S Henry Dickson, M D., Professor of the Institutes and 
Practice of Medicine. E Geddings, M D., Professor of 
Surgery. James Moultrie, M D., Professor of Physiology. 
Henry R Frost, M D., Professor of Materia Medica. T 
G Prioleau, M D , Professor of Obstetrics. C U Shepard, 
M D., Professor of Chemistry. St. Julien Ravenel, M D., 
Demonstrator of Anatomy. 

Dr. D J Cain, Physician to the Marine Hospital and 
Clinical Instructor. Lectures twice a week on the dis- 
eases of that Institution. 

Dr. G B Flagg, Physician to the Alms House. Lec- 
tures twice a week on Diseases. Demonstrative Instruc- 
tion in Medicine and Surgery, at the College Hospital. 

HENRY R. FROST, M. D., Dmn, 



Medical Society of South-Carolina* 

T L Ogier, M. D., President. II R Frost, M. D., Vice 
President. F P Porcher, M. D , Secretary. S L Lock- 
wood, M. D., Secretary and Librarian, 

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Book Committee — Drs. JuUen Ravenel, P C Gailliard, 
H W Desaussure. 

Trustees of Roper Hospital — Dr. Ogier, (ex-offieio) Dw. 
Campbell, Simons, Horlbeck, Winthrop. 

Free Schools in Charleston, 

The Commissioners of Free Schools, at the session of the \ 
Legislature in 1849, reported 1023 Schools and 1019 
Teachers in the State, in which 9122 scholars were 
taught ; which cost the sum of $40,561. These Schools 
are under the superintendence of Commissioners for each 
Parish ; the number in those for St. Philip and St. Mi- 
chael, are 491. In conformity with the Act of 1835, the 
following appointments have been made, for the govern- 
ment of the Schools in Charleston. 
Rev.C Hanckel, Chairman. Dan'l. Horl beck. Secretary. 

No, 1. Commissioners — T O Elliott, G S Bryan, Dan'l 
Horlbeck. Trustees— Rev. W H Barnwell, T F Capers, 
Dr. P C Gaillard. Teacher— E Thayer, Mazyck-st. 

No. 2. Commissioners — C M Furman, R Yeadon, and 
Dr. Sara'l. Wilson. Trustees— Rev. R Post, W S Cald- 
well, and Rev. W B Yates. Teacher— P F Smith, Went- 
worth'Street. 

No. 3. Commissioners — Rev, John Bachman, and Col. 
James Simons. Trustees — Rev. A W Marshall, C R. 
Brewster, Wm Rhett. Teacher — John A Blum, Hamp- 
stead. 

No 4. Commissioners — George Buist, and Wm Jervey. 
Trustees — H D Lesesne, S G Barker, and B Lanneau. 
Teacher — Miss Sarah B Scott, Society-street. 

No. 5. Commissioners — Col. Thomas Lehre, and G W 
Egleston. Trustees — ^Maj. A O Andrews, W P Miles. 
Teacher — Miss Ann Fogartie, Wall-street. 



HOTELS IN CHARLESTON. 

American Hotel, cr. George and King. By J W & G 
W King. 

Charleston Hotel, cr. Meeting and Hayne. By D 
Mixer. 

Carolina Hotel, Broad, near Church. By Mrs. Angel. 

Commercial House, N E cr. Q.ueen and Church, By G 
W Bomar. 



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Jones' Hotel, Broad, near Meeting. By Mrs. Steimeritz. 

Mansion House, cr. Queen and Meeting. By Mrs. Da- 
vis and son. 

Merchants' Hotel, cr. King and Society. By Thomas 
Steen. 

Planters' Hotel, S W cr. Clueen and Church. By 
Lamkin & Hurst. 

Pavilion Hotel, cr. Meeting and Hasel. By H L But- 
terfield. 

Victoria Hotel, cr. King and Princess. By Mrs. West. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

Alms House, cr. Magazine and Mazyck-streets. 

Apprentices* Library, Meeting, near Horlbeck's Alley. 

Armory, Broad-street, west of Guard House. 

Bathing House, South end Meeting-street. 

Citadel Academy, Tobacco-street. 

City Hall, N E cr. Broad and Meeting-streets. 

Court House, (U S) Chalmers-street. 

Court House, N W cr. Broad and Meeting-streets. 

Custom House, East-end Broad-street. 

Fire Proof Building, cr. Meeting and Chalmers-streets. 

Goal, Magazine-Btreet. 

Guard House, S W cr. Meeting and Broad-streets. 

Guard House, (piquet) King near Calhonn-street, 

Hibernian Hall, Meeting, opposite Chalmers-street. 

High School, Society-street. 

Marine Hospital, Franklin-street. 

Market Hall, cr. Meeting and Market sts. 

Masonic Hall, cr. King and Wentworth-streets. 

Medical College, west end dueen-street. 

Military Hall, Wentworth, near King-street. 

Odd Fellows* Hall, cr. Liberty and King-sireets. 

Orphan House, Calhoun, near King-street. 

Post Office, Bay opposite Broad-street. 

South Carolina Hall, Meeting, near Broad-street. 

St. Andrews' Hall, Broad, near King-street. 

Temperance Hall, Meeting, near Glueen-street. 

Theatre, Meeting, near Market street. 

Work-house, Magazine-street. 



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CHURCHES AND THEIR PASTORS. 

PRESBYTERIAN. 

1st Presbyterian, cr. Meeting and Tratld, (Scotch) Rev. 
John Forrest. 

2 Presbyterian, cr. Meeting and Charlotte, Rev. Dr. T 
Smyth. 

Central Church, Meeting, near Society, Rev. W C Dana. 

Glebe-street Church, Glebe, near George, Rev. Dr. J U 
Thornwell. 

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL. 

St. Michael's, S E cr. Meeting and Broad, Rev. Paul T 
Keith. 

St. Phihp's Church, near Glueen, Rev. Bishop C E 
Gadsden. 

St. PauPs, (Upper Wards,) Coming and Vanderhorst, 
Rev. Dr. C Hanckel. 

St. Peter^ Logan, near Tradd, Rev. W H Barnwell. 

St. Stephen's, Anson, near Society, Rev. C Wallace. 

St. John's, (Upper Wards,) Rev. A W Marshall. 

Grace, Wentworth-street, Rev. W W Spear. 

JEWISH. 

Synagogue, Hasel, near King, E Lyons, Rabbi. 
Synagogue, Wentworth, near Anson, Rev. J Rosenfeldt, 
Rabbi. 

UNITARIAN. 

Church, Archdale, near Clifford's Alley, Rev. Dr. Sam'l 
Gilman. 

GERMAN. 

Lutheran, cr. Archdale and Clifford, Rev. Dr. J Bach- 
ir.an. 

German, cr. Hasel and Anson, Rev. L Muller. 

BAPTIST. 

ist Baptist, Church, near Tradd, Rev. J R Kendrick. 
2d Baptist, Wentworth, near King, Rev. J H Cuthbert. 

MARINERS' 
Church, Church-street, near Water, Rev. W B Yates, 

ORPHANS ' 

Church, Vanderhorst, near King. No stated minister. 



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METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 

Trinity, cr. Maiden Lane and Hasel-street. 
Bethel, cr. Calhoun and Pitt-streets. 
Cumberland, Cumberland, near Meeting. 
St. James, (Upper Wards,) King, near Line. 

ICJ* The ministers of the above are changed annually 
by the Methodist Conference. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT. 

Church, in Wentworth-street, near Meeting, Rev S K 
Cox. 

CONGREGATIONAL. 
Circular, Meeting, near Cumberland, Rev. R Post. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

St. Finnbar's, cr. Broad and Friend, Rev. Dr. R S 
Baker. 

St. Mary's, Hasell, near King, Rev. Dr. P Lynch. 

St. Patrick, (Upper Wards,) cr. St. Philip's and Morris, 
Rev. P O'Neil, assisted by others. 

FRENCH PROTESTANT. 

Church, S E cr. Church and Queen-streets, Rev. C. W 
Howard. 

UNIVERSALIST. 

Church, cr. Anson and Laurens, Rev. . 



CHURCHES FOR COLORED POPULATION. 

Church, cr. Wilson and Beaufain, Rev. Paul Trapier, 
(Episcopal.) 

Church, Anson, near Calhoun, Rev. John B Adger, 
(Presbyterian.) 

|I3=* Most of the above Churches have separate build- 
ings for their weekly services. 



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Pilots for the Bar and Harbor of Charleston. 



Boat's 
Names. 


Names, 


Grade. 


Place of 
Residence. 


No. 1. J S. Aldert, Capt. 
Marifm. \ Thomas Daniels 


full branch, 
nine feet. 


No. 7 Stoll's Alley. 
No. 99 East-Bay. 


Nn 2 ( J. C. Lee, Capt. 
^°-,.* J Perry Chapman. 
Carolina. ^ charJes E. Lee. 


full branch. 

ditto, 
twelve feet. 


Church-st. n Tradd. 

Atlantic-street. 

cr. Long.lan€&. E B. 


TM^ Q ( F BurrowSjCapt 

P«7^.«n \ John ri- B"J^ke. 
^«^"''"^- fSam'l. Burrows. 


full branch, 
ditto.'* 
ditto. 


No. 55 King-street. 
Meeting-st. n s-bay. 
No. 51 East-Bay. 


No. 4. 4 W.P.Lee,jr. Cpt 
L. S. Lucas. \ Geo. W. Davis. 


full branch, 
ditto. 


cr. Long .lane & E B. 
do. do. do. do. 


TM« ^ ( W. M'Donald, C 
nhn?o \ Isaac M'Donald. 
^^^^^' /John A. Smith. 


full branch. 

twelve feet. 

nine feet. 


No. 8 Stoll's-alley. 
No.— Stoll's-alley. 
King, near Tradd. 


No. 6. \ 
Louisa. \ 

No. 7. 1 
Charleston. \ 

No. 8. 
iSaroA and - 
Carolina. \ 


' H.A.Mullings, C 
Samuel Bell. 
[ Elias Smith. 


full branch. 

ditto. 

nine feet. 


cr. e-bay&Van. wf. 
No. 57 Tradd-st 
No. 57 East-Bay. 


i J Carnighan, Cp 
1 Wm. Bell. 


full branch, 
ditto. 


No. 30 Tradd-st. 
No. 73 East-Bay. 


\ S. Chapman, Cp 
1 W. Mullings. 


full branch, 
twelve feet. 


No. — Tradd-st. 
cr. E-Bay & V wf. 


No. 9. 5 F. Middleton, Cp 
Chatham. \ G. 0. Gladden. 


full branch, 
ditto. 


No. — Tradd-st. 
No. — Church-st. 



RATES OF PILOTAGE, foi' the Bar and Harboi- of Charleston. 

For 13 and a half feet, .... $28 
14 feet, 31 



For 6 feet water or under, . . $ 9 

7 do 10 

8 do . 11 

9 do 12 

10 do 16 

11 do ; 18 

12 do ; 23 

12 and a half do 25 

13 feet 26 



14 and a half feet, 

15 feet, 
15 and a half feet, 



36 
38 
40 



16 feet, 60 



16 and a half feet, 



60 



17 feet, 70 



Pilots must be furnished with a License. Not to absent themselves, 
nor hire out their boats, under a penalty of $100, with costs and the loss 
of License. Cruising or standing out to sea, must offer his services first 
to the vessel nearest the Bar, except when he sees a more distant vessel 
in distress, under penalty of $50, with costs. Must bring vessels to 
Quarantine Ground, and remain on board until the Port Physician shall 
permit him to depart, under the penalty of $50, with costs. Brings in a 
vessel shall have the exclusive right to take her out again. Shall receive 
additional fees for boarding vessels to the leeward of the Bar, or for tak- 
ing charge of any vessel at the distance often leagues from the Bar, shall 
be entitled to receive $4 for every day of his being on board, previous to 
her coming into port, over and above the fees established. If directed by 



167 

the master of an inward vessel to anchor in the Roads, and afterwards to 
bring her up to the City, shall he entitled to $4 for such extra service. 
Bringing in a vessel, may demand their fees before she departs, and refuse 
to carry her out, if such charges are not duly paid ; do other pilot shall 
have a right to carry her out, on pain of being liable to such pilot for the 
fees of bringing her in and taking her out, as well as for any other char- 
ges that may be due to such pilot on account of such vessel ; and when- 
ever a pilot, entitled to carry out a vessel, is apprehensive that his fees of 
pilotage may not be paid by her master, or owner, or consignee, after he 
brings her over the Bar, he shall have a right to demand his fees in ad- 
vance, or sufficient security for payment thereof ; and on failure thereof, 
to refuse to carry her out, in that case also, no other pilot shall have a 
right to carry out such vessel, on pain of being liable to the former pilot 
for the fees of her pilotage. Shall notify Masters of vessels of the duties 
required of them, by the Fort Regulations. To furnish the Master, in 
writing, his name and place of residence, and the name and number of 
the Boat to which he is attached. 



r- 



169 

AND 

FURNISHING ARTICLES, 

238 EING-ST., (In the Bend.) 

CHARLESTON, 8. C. 



EC^ The undersigned would call attention to the 

LMdE km wmimm k%%mimmi 

of the above constantly on hand, and sold at the 

LOWEST MARKET PRICE. 

Those in want of the above, will do well to call 
and examine. 

DUNN & DURYEA. 



WHOLESALE CLOTHING 

WAREHOUSE 

JU8T OPENED AT 

CHARLESTON, S. C. 

EC^ The attention of Merchants^ and Planters^ is 
respectfully invited to the large and well assorted 

Stock of Clothing and Furnishing Articles, 

manufactured expressly for the Southern market^ 
and which will be disposed of on the most reasonable 
terms. All orders promptly attended to. 

SAMUEL C. DUNN. 

15 



170 



GEtk •^. HYDE, 

FASHIONABLE 

GlBTIIie 

ESTABLISHMENT, 

Wholesale and Retail, 

KingStreet, Opposite Merchants' Hotel 

CHARLESTON, S. C. 

The reputation of this House will be sustained. 
All Garments warranted to please. 

New Goods Received Weekly. 

Feeling a confidence which few can feel in making the 
promise that all the articles for sale in my establishment 
will give the most perfect satisfaction in regard to Fabric, 
Style, or Finish, while the prices (no small considera- 
tion) will prove a still greater inducement for general pat- 
ronage. Relying upon the liberality and kindness of 
friends for support, I solicit a share of your patronage, 
which I will make it for your interest to bestow, and hope 
in making your selections of Clothing, you will, at least, 
favor my establishment with a call before making your 
purchases. 

JOHN T. DARBY, O. E. JOHNSON, 

A. S. JOHNSON, WM.M.BEL3ER, 

SUPERINTENDANTS. 



171 










WHOLESALE Am RETAIL DEALER IN 










:l 



30 BROAD-STREET, 

Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of 

CLOTHING, SHIRTS, CRAYATS, 



AND 



WKBIB^B » ® A^BSSffilf S(S 



p 



IN GENERAL. 

Also, a Fine Assortment of 



C ASSfflERES & VESTINGS ; 

Which he will MAKE TO ORDER, in the 
most Fashionable Style, and at 

TBR7 LOW PRIOBS. 



172 




^iDlKia© [KJ^ILt 



FASHIONABLE RETAIL 



CliOTHIWCi 



AND 

Outfitting Establishment^ 

BY 

£iif&llf€iilili» 

268 

KIN8 ST. COR. OF WENTWORTH. 

Having been long established, the name and reputation 
of this establishment is well known to our citizens, and 
takes precedence of all others in extent and richness of 
stock and favorableness of terms offered to purchasers.— 
Gentlemen will at all tim^ here find the latest and most 
fashionable styles of clotmng issued, and equal if not su- 
perior to those made Co order in the city. 
Every article is guaraateed in every respect, and sold at 

the lowest possible price. 

Kent, Bates Sl Mitchell, 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 

READY MADE 

CLOTHING; 

118 ^ 

MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON, 

Near Charleston Hotel, 

The attention of Merchants is called to this Steck, which 
in extent and variety is unequalled in the southern country. 

Mawifactory 129 Washington Buildings^ William si, N, Y 



173 



FASHIONABLE 

CL.OTHINO 

ESTABLISHMENT, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

BOYS', YOUTHS', & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, 

261 KING STREET, 

Next door North W. R, Babcock's Bookstore, 

CHARLESTON, S. C. 

CAIiBOUM 

CLOTHING STORE. 

G^. Ottle & Co. 

SUCCESSORS TO JOHNSON & CANFIELD. 

CLOTHING STORE, 

No. 199 Eing Street, 

Next door to Victoria Hotel, Charleston, S. C. 

Altoays on hand, a large and fathionable Stock of 

READY lADE CLOTHING: 

At the Lowest possible Prices. 
SHIRTS, HOSIERY, UMBRELLAS, &c. &c. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL* 
15* 



174 




CHARLESTON 

CLOTHING WAREHOUSE; 

East-Bay, Corner of Queen Street, 

where the most desirable and largest stock of 

CLOTHING ! 

is to be found at WHOLESALE or RETAIL. 

Merchants visiting Charleston 

are respectfully solicited to call at this 
OLOTBZXffa BOV8B 

before purchasing — they will find it to their advantage. 
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

Foreign and Domestic 

DRY GOODS 



AND 



CLOTHING 

157 

EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C, 



176 



Z# li« VABe 





CO 



Wholesale and Retail 

CLOTHINa STOKE, 

KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C. 

Manufactory and Wholesale Warehouse, 

112 William Street, New York. 
N, B» All Orders promptly aiteiided to. 

Miller & Burner, 

DEALERS IN 

FASHIONABLE dLOTHING; 

No. 273 



m 



Opposite Society St. 
CHARLESTON, S. C. 

5^ 




e 






s 



No. %%% King Street, Charleston, S. C. 

BETWEEN GEORGE ST. AND BURN'S LANE, 

keeps constantly on hand a well selected stock of 

READY MADE 



$ 











and every article appertaining to a 



Gentleman's OUTFITTNG Establishment 

Also, a good assortment of Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Re?oI" 

vers, Knives, &c. 



[AT HALL.^ 

231 KINO STREET. 

The Bat being the crowning finieh of a Geotleman, it is right 

that he should be particular in Belecling this promiDent part 

of bia dreM; therefore, by calling at STEELE'S, be will 

find a large variety of stvlea, combining as they do, 

durability and beauty of finish. 

GENTS' 'Winter HATS: 

Fine, faahioDable Black Moleeliin, Beaver, Silk, Russia, Plush, 

Caaiimere, Bruah, and Nutria for Dress ; together with a 

large variety of Sporting Hats. 

GENTS' SUMMER HATS. 

Fashionable White, Drab and Pearl Cassimere, White 

Napped, and a variety of other fashionable White HalB far 

GeatB, together with all kinds of 

STRAW HATS, 

Snch as Panama, Leghorn, Canton, Swiss, Pedal, Canada, 

Luton, French, Dunstabte, English and others, for Qent^ 

Youths and Infants. 

Of the latest style, made eipressly for my retail trade by 

"Mugnier," "Gibus," and "Pinaud," of Paris. 

OAF DBFABTMEZTT. 

This department comprehends all the latest styles of fine 

Cloth, Silk Velvet, Flush, Fur, Bead, Mobair, Tweed, Satin, 

Oil-Silk, Colton-Glnzed, Morocco and others. 

FANCY DEPARTMENT. 

Children's and Infante' Blue, Black, Purple, Maroon and Green 

Silk- Velvet Caps. Also, Fancy Hats of White-Persian Cloth, 

White Beaver, Napped, Pearl, Drab and other colors, with 

and without leathers, and some for little Misses. 

Coaobmen and House Servants' Hats, of neat appearance 

and at low prices. Also, Plantation Hats of Black, Drab and 

Pearl Wool, and Glazed Hats, together with a variety 

of low priced Caps. 

CHARLESTON, S. O. W.STEELE. 



KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. 0. 

IHFORTER OF FRENCH CHUti, ■ 

FROM THE MOST CELEBRATED FACTOaiES IN PARIS. 

la Ihis Eslablishmeut can constantly be fuund a large and fine 
Bssartment of plain white and rich GILT CHINA, with a Tsrielf 
of Fancy and Ornamental DINNER, TEA, DESSERT, and TOI- 
LET SETS. Ricb Fancy China Ornaments and FLOWER VASES, 

with a great variety of Fancy Articles. 

t^ Ferftmeries, the most fashionable lued in Paris, may at all jx 

times be obtained, comprising the greatest varieties- 

FRENCH SLIPPERS & OVER-SHOES, 

of all sizes, foe Ladies, Misses, and GenitemeD. 

SPIRIT COFFEE POTS, 

ot he Brtm !t Jossi>3 paieot, (from which Coffee cbd be made in six 

mioaies.) French Cofiee Biggins aod Boiiillotles,of all sizes. 

LeRof's Medicines, imported direct. 

Persons desirous of purchasing Goods fhim this Establishment, may 
rely that they are fresh, and of the latest style, and strictly first 
choice of Paris. SETS OF CHINA, made to suit and please p^^ 
chasers, which are offered at wholesale and retail, at as low rates aa 
can be procared in the Narthetn Markets. US' Country Orders 
paoctually attended to with dispatch by addressing 

ia™"S;tt»'" JBlIBrrTE eilENTEUR. 



178 



B ikllM nil A WM A Mk 



FACTORS 

AND 

COMMISSION MERCHANTSi 

No. 14 SOUTHERN WHARF, 



RoBT. Brown, 
R. £. Brown 



: \ CHARLESTON, S. C. 



GAILLAED & SNOWLEN, 

t 









—AND— 



Commission -- Merchants, 

No. ( 80UTII£RN WHARF— up stairs. 

?^.^E^Ii;^o';^"E\ \ Charleston, S. C. 

W. m. Lawton & Co. 



AND 



COMMISSION AGENTS, 

No. 13 SOUTHERN WHiRF, CHARLESTON, S. €. 

W. M. Lawton, ) < W. M. Taylor, 

R. Wainwrigbt Bacot, $ I Joseph T.DiU. 



179 



fflatthewes & Roper^ 

FACTORS 



AND 



Commission -- Merchants, 

No. 21 Fanderliorst's Wharf, — op stairs. 

I K"'^'"' I CHARLESTON. 



~\' 



Paine & liacas, 
0R0C 






— AND — 

--COMMISSION MERCHAlfrS,— 

No. 68 EAST-BAT, CHARLESTON, S. C. 

Dealers in: 

Bacon, Sugar, Molasses, Bagging, Rope, &c. . 

E.T. Paine, J.Lucas. "'. 

« * 

J. Van Winkle, 

308 King Street, 

DEALER IN ALL KINDS QP'. 

HAED-WARE & CUTLERY, 

ll't'IN GOODS, BASKETS & WOODEN WARE, 
BRUSHES, WAITERS ; 

and a large variety of HOUSE KEEPING GOODS which 
are offered for sale as low as can be bought tn the city. 



Cor. Colnmbas and Nassau sis. Ciiarlestoa, S, C. 

Where is continued the Manufactory ot 

STEAM ENGINES 

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 

MACHINERY of every VARIETY and ^ind 

for Rice-Mills, Saw-Milla, Flour-Milla, Grist-Mills, Threahing 
Milla. GEARING, SHAFTING, &c. for Coiion Factoriea. 
Having the moat extensive aKsortment of Palerna of all kinds, 
18 prepared to execute CASTINGS op IRON and BRASS, 
of any variety. BLACKSMITH'S WORK of all kinds. 
Repairing of Engines and Machinery. 



181 

BN6IMS FA€TORT. 

Wharf St. foot of Laurens St. CbarlestOQ. 

JAMES M'liEISB, 



Manufacturer of all kinds of 



LAND, MARINE, AND LOCOMOTIVE 

STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, 

also, IRON and BRASS CASTINGS and MILL WORK 
of every kind ; Rice, Corn, and Saw MILLS, Hoisting Ma- 
chines for Stores^ Horse Powers, Sic, Rail Road Wheels, Axles, Springs, 
&c. BLACKSMITH work in general. Screw Bolts, &c. 

PRICES & TERMS ACCOMMODATING & REASONABLE. 

DTlTArC^OBS^ 

Importer and Dealer in 

WATCHES, JEWELRYilOCKS, 



338i King Street, Charleston, S. O. 

Keeps always on hand a splendid Assortment of fine 

€ans, Pistols, Rifles, Filie Cutlery, Aecordeons. 

Watches and Jewelry Repiired 

at the shortest notice and in the most workmanlike manner. 

CSClWElfZlR, 

REPAIRER OF 

Watches & Clocks. 

335 
KING STREET, CHARLESTON. 

Repairing done at the shortest notice. 

16 



182 



lUPEU&TUlOlS. 

No. 30 Broad Street, Charleston, S. C. 

CLOTHS, 

CASSIMERES. 



-AND 



TESTINGS, 

OP THE LATEST STYLES. 

ALWAYS ON HAND, 

A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF 

CHAS. D. CARR, JOHN T. FLYNN 

Ten per cent. Discount allowed for Cash. 



183 



EDGEETON & RICHARDS, 

DRAPERS 



AND 






TiSl IT XT 

No. 32 

Broad St., (Charleston, S. C. 



IMPORTERS OF 










VESTINGS, CRAVATS, 

GLOFES, HOSIERY, FRENCH AND ENGLISH SILE 
UMBRELLAS, WALKING CANES, Ac, 

of the newest style. Also, a full assortment of 

FABTGT MTIGL£S 

FOR GENTLEMEN'S DRESS. 

All of which are offered on accommodating terms. 

E. W. EDGERTON, FRBD'K RICHARDS. 



184 




wv 







Draper & Tailor, 



133 KING-STREET, 138 



keeps conetaDtly on hand, 



CLOTHS, 

CAHISmiREII, 



AND A VARIETY OF 











of the newest and most fashionable stylest 
CHARLESTON, S. C. 



185 









FASHIONABLE 

Furnishings Store 

FOR GENTLEMEN, 

Corner Meeting and Market Streets, 

NEAR THE CHARLESTON HOTEL, 

where can always be had 

8 H I R T 8 

made of Fine Linen and Muslin, in the Latest 
Fashion, of the best materials, superior work* 

manship and 

DAIRIES caoMiB PATTEM. 

W. A. DANSKIN is ihe ORIGINAL INVENTOR of the 

system of cutting Shirts by measurement. 
DANSKIN'S PATTERN has received the unqualified com- 
mendation of gentlemen in all parts of the United States, and 

has been pronounced perfect. 
The superiority of DansKin's Pattern over all the late imita- 
tions of it, is universally acknowledged. The yoke is fitted 
neatly to the neck and shoulders without seams, and conse- 
quently does not chafe and annoy the wearer. 

Gentlemen's Measures taken, and Shirts made 

to order at short notice. 

Also, for sale, UNDER-SHIRTS and DRAWERS of Silk, 
Cotton, Woollen, and other desirable kinds, SHOULDER 
BRACES, DRESSING GOWNS, RUSSIA BELTS, 
SUSPENDERS, HALF HOSE, GLOVES, CRAVATS, 
and POCKET HANDKERCHIEFS, hemmed, ready for 
immediate use, STOCKS, OPERA TIES, 

Canes, Umbrellas^ Soap, Perfumery, 

And a great variety of other GOODS suitable for Gentle- 
men. iC$* The prices at this Establishment are uniform'*- 
and the business so conducted as to secure the custon> of those 

who once purchase from us. 
16* 



186 



Uli RUBBER WAREHOUSE. 

No. 270 King St* cor. Wentworth^ Charleston, 

Where may be found the only extensive and exelushre Assortment or 

every variety of 



v^ $ 3- 



TALIC RUBBER GOODS 



in the Southern Country ; established in 1847^ and connected with the 
only manufactures of Metalic Goods in the United States, 

The Union India Rubber Company, N. Y. 



t3r Every article sold at this Establishment is warranted for the, 
purposes adapted, and not to be effected by any cUmate or any degree of 
neat or cold* The assortment comprises every article now in Market^ 
(which are many hundreds) and will offer every new thing as introduced 
at our manufactories. Among the almost endless variety embraced in 
the assortment, may be found in part, the following : 

Metalic Rubber Over Coats, (light, heavy and medium, as- 
sorted sizes,) Capes, Cloaks, Capes w^th Sleeves, (made light 
expressly for this market,) Leggins, Pants, Overalls, Boots for 
sporting with high legs, Boots short, Caps wttb Capes, Sou'- 
westers. Ponchos, Saddle Bags, Water and Fire Buckets^ 
Liquor and Cologne Bottles, Cups, Traveling Bags, Air Beds^ 
Air Pillows and Cushions, Life Preservers and Jackets, Fancy 
Piano and Table Covers, Crumb Cloths, Shower Matts, Long 
and Short Gloves, Carriage Cloths, all widths, qualities and 
prices. Knee and Ankle Boots for Horses, Tents for Encamp- 
ments, Surveyors' and California Hose, all sizes, Machine 
Belting, Game Bags, Gun Covers, Bathing Caps, Camp 
Blankets, Whips, riding and team. Tobacco Wallets, Ball% 
every size and every price per doz., Parlor Balls, Foot Balls, 
Rubber Caricatures of Animals, Lions, Dogs, &c., DoH Heads, 
Girls and Boys; also, Negro Heads, Teething Rings and 
Rattles, Counting House Gum in squares, Garters, Shoulder 
Braces, Body Belts, Breast Bottles, Syringes, Ear and Eye do^ 
Paper Holders, Baby Jumpers ; also, the only assortment of 
Metalic Rubber Over-Shoes, in this Market, comprising five 
or six difierent varieties and Manufactures. All of the above 
the subscriber is prepared to furnish Country Merchants and 
the trade at wholesale, and to planters and consumers by the 

piece, at our Northern prices. 

H. W. SHIFFER, 

JVCanufacturers' Agent, and the only exclusive 

Dealer in Rubber Goods in the Southern Country. 



187 







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18 





BOOK AND JOB 

[p[^a[Rairi[as 

No. 119 

BAY, CHARLESTON, 




HAS JUST RECEIVED A SUPPLY OF 

NE¥ & BEAUTIFUL TYPE, 

which, together with that in previous use, will enable him to 

execute 

ALL KINDS OF PRINTING 

in a manner not to be excelled in this City. His office is 
complete in every respect, and with 

COMPETENT AND TASTY WORKMEN, 

and his own PERSONAL ATTENTION, the public may 
be assured of having their orders executed in the 

NEATEST MANNER, 

WITH 

ftUICK DESPATCH, 

and at prices as reasonable as can possibly 

* be afforded. 

He returns his thanks to his friends and the public generally 

for past favors, and hopes, by assiduity and attention to busi- 

ness, to merit a continuance of the same, and respectfully 

solicits a reasonable share of patronage. 



1 



188 

CARVALHO'S 

GRAND SKY-LIGHT 

DAGlIERREAflf GALLERY. 

SPLENDID PICTURES- 




No. 167 Meeting St 

OPPOSITE THE CHARLESTON HOTEL 

At this Kstablishroent, only FIRST RATE PICTURES are 
allowed to be sold. The Proprietor operates himself, and 
being a PRACTICAL ARTIST, sitters can with confidence 
rely upon his judgment. The public voice, through the me- 
dium of the press, has pronounced 

Carvalho's Daguerreotypes 

to be inferior to none, and eaaal to any that have been made 
in this country. His scientincally arranged North light is the 
best adapted to the purpose of taking Daguerrean Portraits. 

The Gallery is adorned with many specimens of 



ENGRAVINGS & DAGUERREOTYPES 

OP DISTINGUISHED INDIVIDUALS. 

The largest and best GeriuaQ Cameras are 

used in this Establishment, and by a new process, Pictures of 
Children, of any age, can be made in a few seconds of time. 

Pictures taken for RingS) Hedalions, Lockets, &c. 

Strangers visiting Charleston, are respectfully invited to visit 
this Gkillery, whether they wish Pictures or not. The Gallery 

is open from half-past 6 o'clock in the morning until dark. 

Persons arriving at night, and about to leave in the morning 

train of Cars, can have their pictures taken and finished in 

the space of a quarter of an hour. 

All Likenesses warranted to give Satisfaction. 

No extra charge for the new style Ivory Daguerreotypes. 

S. N. CARVALHO. 



189 



DlClUllliUI 

€} A L. L. £ R T , 

No. 221 King-St. 

Over W. J. Jacobi & Son's 









Respectfully informs the Citizens of his 
native State that he is prepared to take 

PICTURES 

OF ALilj SIZES9 

in a style that cannot be surpassed. Having 
all the facilities of light to produce 

A Good Pioture, 

he pledges himself to give 

A PERFECT LIKENESS. 

Mr. Glen returns his thanks for past favors, and respect^ 
fully solicits a call at his rooms. 

S3- DAGUERREAN STOCK FOR SALE. J^ 



DAGDERRUN 6ALLERT 

AND 

PHOTOGRAPHIC DEPOT. 



OLD ESTABLISHED STAND, 

South-East corner King and Market Streets. 

Having every facility necwsary to the perreclion of the art, is 
prepared to execute 

LIKENESSES 

in a style which standa unrivalled. 

APPARATUS, PLATES, 

CASES, CHEMICALS, &c.. 

For sale on reasonable terms. 

Instruction given in the Art. 



191 






Gteorge S. Cook, 

II 

NO. 235 KING ST., 
OPPOSITE BASEL STREET, 

iDstruction in the Art, and Stock for sale. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Hats and Caps, 

OF EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY, 
which he offers, at wholesale and retail, cheap for cash. 

No. 13 Broad-St. opposite state St Charleston, 8* ۥ 

N. B. Coantry Merchants are requested to call and examine 
for themselves. All orders executed with care and despatch, 

wT^TborIng, 

Manufacturer of 

HAVANA, HALF SPANISH, 

AND 

AMERICAN SEGARS, 

of the best quality, all of which are warranted to give satisfkction. 

No. 18 Queen st. and King st. opposite the 
Upper Guard House, Charleston, S. C. 



192 

TO THE CITY & COUNTRY 

WHOLESALE 

MERCHANTS. 

The Subscribers would inform wholesale 
dealers, that they can purchase 

UMBRELLAS, 

Parasols, Walking Canes, &c. 

AT THE FACTORY, 

No. 179 King St Charleston, S. G. 

as cheap as at any other Factory in the Union ; 
as we have a large Factory in New; York, and 
are in the possession of every facility for the 
manufacture of the above goods, which we 
are determined shall be sold as low as in New 
York or any other place. We also import 

FIIIWATCIES 

AND 

JEWELRY 

of every description, and French, English, and German 

Fancy Goods. 

Please look at our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as 
it is the largest in the Southern Country, and will be sold 

on accommodating terms. 

ROBERT LECEIE & CO. 



193 



B. JOHNSON, 




UMBRELLA, PARASOL, 

Walking Cane and Wire Safe Manufactarer, 

263 RING-ST. aearWentwor.h, CHARLESTON, S. C. 

Has always on hand, a large assortment of every article in the aboTC 

line. Also, the largest supply of 

^u^^y Umbrellas 

IN THE STATE. 

N. B. All the above articles are warranted superior to most imported, 

and sold at a lower price, Wholesale and Retail. 

IUHMBT, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

DENTAL 8c SURGICAL 
INSTRUMENTS, 



Hx IJ: 



iVo. 131 ITlee ting-sit, Charleston, $$. C 

has constantly on hand a large assortment of 




which he will fit to any individual. Recom- 
mendations of the City Physicians given. 

Abdominal and Spinal Supporters, 
Bandages for the cure of Club Feet^ 
Weak Ankles, &c., and Surgical Ma- 
chinery for the treatment of every va- 
riety of Deformity, always on hand. All of the above articles 
are made to order. Particular attention paid to Repairing, Sharpening, 
and Polishing. 93" By strict attention to business, he flatters himself to 
gain the confidence and patronage of the public. 
17 



194 



Adolph John Rutjes, 

174 KINO STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C. 

WHOLSALE AND RETAIL 

Import(5r and Dealer in 

German and Frencti, 



TOYS 



Baskets, Fire-'Works, &c. 





ipp 




AND 



of all kinds constantly on hand. 

DINNERS. BALLS, 

Parties and Suppers 

served on the most reasonable terms and 
at the shortest notice. 



Orders from the Country thankfully received 
and promptly attended to. 



195 



L. M. Aubert, 











la 






FROM PARIS, 

285 KING-STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C. 



MANUFACTDRBR OF 



Cordial Almonds, Filberts, Superfine Almonds, 

Italian Almonds, and every kind of French 

Seed, &c. &c. Terms Cash, 

Hn^h E. Tincent, 

SH£P GEftHBLM 



AND 



NAUTICAL STORE, 

No. 75 EAST-BAT, CHARLESTON, 8. €. 

Also keeps a supply of Faints, Oil, Varnish, &c. of the first qualities. 

COMPASSES TOUCHED. 

JE^* Agent for sale United States Coast Survey Charts. ,4>S 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

Plain and Japanned Tin Ware, 

Cooking and Parlor Stoves, Lead Pipe, 

Copper Force and Cast Iron Pumps, put up ; Tin Roofing, 
Guttering, and all kinds of Job Work in the line done at 

short notice. 

109 Meeting-St., Charleston, S. C. 

A general assortment of House-Keeping articles on hand. 



196 



Daniel H. Silcox, 

FURNITURE 



224 KING STREET, 

Four doors above Market St., cast side, 

keeps Constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of 

FURNITURE, 

of his own and Northern Manufacture, comprising^ 

All .E! eiSi ly (^ 9 

Wardrobes, Washstands, Bedsteads, 




CARD, SOFA, CENTRE, and other TABLES, 

CHAIRS 

of all descriptions, to suit the taste of the most fastidioas; 
Also, materials of all kinds in the Manufacturing line, such as 

Yeneers, Plank and Boards, 

of Mahogany, Walnut, Maple and Poplar. 

SOFA SPRINGS, HAIR CLOTH, 
GLASS PLATES, and VARNISH. 

N. B. Funerals furnished. Furniture made to order. Old 

Furniture Repaired and Varnished, and Chairs Re-Painted. 

The Above work done with neatness and despatch, by 

competent workmen. 



i9r 



Emanuel Currant, 

154 

KING STREET, CHARLESTON: 

Manufacturer of 

LoiEiE mm. 

Picture Frames 

AND 

WINDOW CORNICES 

of every description and variety of styles. 

IMPORTER OF 

for Oil and Water Color Painting, Gold Leaf, 
by the package, Looking Glass Plates of all 

sizes by the boi. 

ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED 

and all kinds of work warranted to be of the 

best workmanship. 

17* 




F. ROBBINS & GO: 



so 
OS 



CO 






(IN THE BEND.) 
Wholesaie and Retail Dealers in every deicription of 

ciRFETnK; 

Oil Cloths, India Mattings, 
HEARTH RUGS, DOOR MATS, 

Table and Piano Covers, &c. 

A large assortment and variety of etyles conetanlly on hand, 
all of which will be sold ae low as can be purchased in the cilv. 

WINDOW &, BED 

C U RTA INS, 

made in the laleat Eilyes, 

DIAGRAMS taken, and CARPETS 

made in the best manner and fitted accurately. 

Floor Cloths neatly fitted and put down. 



199 

Don't Mistake the Mammoth 

.BOOT 

I AND 

SHOE 

STORE!! 

The Emporium of Fashion & Quality. 
As (Hieap as the Cheapest. 

T. m. BRISTOLL'S 

FASHIONABLE 

BOOlSHOEAl TRIM STORE, 

(SIGN OF THE MAMMOTH BOOT,) 

232, Bend of King Street, Charleston, S. C. 
Id Store, 46,000 pairs Boots and Shoes, 

comprieing every variety for Ladies, Gents, Misses, Children 
and Servants. Also, a great variety of 

Travelling & common Trunks, 

Carpet Bags, Satchels, Valises, and Ladies' 

Hat Boxes, at low prices. Just rec'd, 4,000 pairs Ladies' 

Gailer Booia from $1 to $2^. Morocco Slippers, 50 and T5 

cents — elegant article. Plantation Brogans, tiy the 

package, or to fit measure, — cheap. 



JAMS S> EOBMTS, 

Ladiee' and Gentlemen's Fancy and General 

lioot, Shoe, and Trunk 
STORE, 

No. 233 KING STREET, 

(Opposite Hasel,) Charleston, S. C. 



BOOT AND SHOE 

STORE, 

TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, VALISES, COMBS AND 
BRUSHES. Wholesale and Relail. 

Cor. King St. & Horlbeck's Alley, Charleston. 

JO^lT^rTTjiEFrBY , 

K imM. i^ «9 KB. ra?' :^ .kk. 
BOOTS, 
SHOES, 



!l 



IRUMS, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

Cor. King and Market St3., Charleston, S. C. 



201 



F. C. BLTTM, 















FACTOR, 

"West end Beaufain St. Charleston, S. C, 



HENRTCLABK, 

West End of Beaufain Street, 

STEAM PLANINB MACHINE, 

constantly on hand, 

WORKED SEASONED YELLOW PINE FLOORING, 

Ceiling, Shelving, Weather Boarding, 

Tongue, Groove and Square Joint, 

ALSO, 

FIRRING AND PLASTERING LATHS. 

ParticuYar attention paid to Orders, and a Discount made for CASH, for 
all sums of $25 and oyer* All accounts to be rendered in quarterly. 



F. S. LONG, 

BOOT m&M% 

No. 84 Meeting Street, Charleston, S. C. 

One door South of Cumberland Street. 

He takes this method of returning his sincere thanks for the 
liberal patronage heretofore received by him. and solicts a 

continuance of the same. He keeps constantly on hand a 
small slock of READY MADE WORK of the best material. 



(gBaMtiSTiEia 

Um SAW HILI, 

WEST END 

BEAUFAi 4- WElWORTfl 

STREETS. 

Particular attention paid to 

SHIPPING 

AND OTHER ORDERS. 

John H. Steinmeyer. 



Biscuit Bakery, 

No. 131 Meeting st, opposite Market, Charlestoo. 

The Bubscriher hftB conelanily «n hand, 

PILOT AND MVY BREAD, 

Wine, Soda, Butter, Lemon, Water, Sugar, 

Seed, and Dyspeptic Craokere, Ginger Nuts, &c., in Barrels, 
Kega, and bulk, all warranted nf the beel quality, and at low- 
est pricea. 
ti^ Boxes asBorted Crackera for Families. E. S. Millib. 



203 



'W. TIL. Dougherty & Go 

ClAH f ITTERil, 

AND DEALERS IN 

GAS FIXTURES, 

No. 292 King Street, Charleston, S. G. 

One door North of Society St. 

GAS nZTlTRES 

of all descriptions and Patterns, from the 
most celebrated manufacturers kept constantly 

on hand ; also, 

GIRANDOLES, 

China Tases, 

and other 

Mantle and Table Ornaments. 



Gregg, Hayden & Co., 

No. 250 King, c»r. Hasel-St., 



WATCH MOVEMENTS/ 

Jewelr? & Silver-Ware, 

Plated and Japanntd Goods, 
CUTLERY, LAMPS, 

mi iiiwiii 

House-FurniEhing and 
FANCY ARTICLES. 

Cloclts and Wa I ches carefully licpai red— Copperplate Engra- 
ving and Printing— Diamonds and Cameos Moianted, 
WilUam Gregg, H. Sidney Hajden, Augustus H. Hdyden. 

MANUFACTORY. 

The Subscribers manufaclure at their ElstablLshtnent, 

m KiDgStreet, ...«»,(,.•.«...», tharlcstOD, S. C. 

Every tariety of 

Tea Sets, Communion Service, Pitchers, 
Waiters, Castors, Cups, Tumblers, Plates, 

spoons, Forks, Bulter, Fish, Fruit, and Dessert Knives, &c. 
Also, a handsome assortment of 

JE'WELRT AND FANC7 GOODS, 

lo which they are constantly adding ilie newest aad best 

Patterns ot English, French and Ameriean Mauuracture. 

J. EWAN, W. H. EWAN. 



205 

FRANCIS BAGKES, 

No. 82 Meeting Street, 

Between Cumberland St. and the Circular Church, 

CHARLESTON, 8. C, 

WATCH AND CHRONOMETER 



Clocks, Musical Boxes, and every variety of 

Jewelry, made and repaired. Watches and Clocks, of various 

workmanship, always on hand for sale. 

jnj* All work warranted for Twelve Months. .^31 

> K U L Z ISEZy 

WATCH-MAKER 

AND 

J E W S X. E R, 

DEALER IN ^ 

Clocks, Watches, & Jewelry, of every description, 

104 Meeting Street, Charleston, S. C. 

Opposite the Theatre, 

All work warranted for Twelve Months. 

TFwTtrouT^ 

187 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S, €. 

Has constantly for sale, an assortment of 

JEWELRY, WATCHES, 



I 







9 

Perfumery, Combs, Hair-Brushes, Tooth-Brushes, Portmonies, 
&c., which he offers for sale at the lowest prices. Visiting 
Cards in every variety of style neatly printed. Stamps and 

Seals for Societies handsomely executed. 
J33* Watches and Jewelry repaired and guaranteed. ^|3| 
18 



OP 



4 






Manufaclurer ofCoaoh, Gig, and Buggy Harnesa, Saddle^ 
Bridles, Whips, Carpet Bags, Military and Fire Caps, togeth- 
er with all ardcleB in his line of busineBS. 

All orders punctually attended to wilh dispatch at 293 King. 

irwTKiNmAN, 

177 King Street, Charleston, S. O. 

Two doors above Enalon'a new Store, 

Manufacturer of O'Neal's Patent Combined 

SOFA, FABIOB CHAIS, 
invalid's"' RECLINE. 

IMPORTER OP 

WINDOW SHADES, 

PAPER HANGINGS, 

Gilt Cornices, Muslin Curtains, Bands, Pins, 

Upfaolstering, and tbe businees attended to io all ila Braoches. 



207 

ROWLAND'S WAREROOMS 









,9 AA^ aa ^,j,i%«,j 
KingSt^ in the Bend, 

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

and every other description of 

LADIES' DRESS GOODS. 



-ALSO- 




9 

CASSIMERS, VESTINGS, &C., 

For Oentlemen. 

Hosiery, linens, Sheetings, 

Diapers, Dowlas, Drillings, &c. 

in great variety. 

He would call particularattention to his 

NEGRO CLOTHS, BLANKETS, COTTON OSNA- 
BURGS, BROWN SHIRTINGS, &c., 

of which he keeps a large assortment, and will sell at the very 

Lowest City Prices. 



208 



DEALER IN 

DRY GOODS, 

NO. 350 KING-STREET, 

* 

W. J. JACOBI & SON, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

FANCY AND STAPLE 











No. 221 KING STREET, in the Bend, 

W. J. JACOB!, NATH'l JACOBI. 



aOL' 




IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 











I 




1^ 



3d door aboye Hasell-St., 



iii^i 



Charleston, 8. C. 



209 



EETGHUM & TATLOE, 

Importers and Dealers in 

BRT GOODS, 

No. 243 King st., west side, 

JOEL EETCHUM, 



ORRIN TAYLOR. 



ANDREW McDOWALL & Co. 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

AND OTHER FOREIfiN AND DOMESTIC 











WILLIAM G. MOOD. 



ANDREW MC DOWALL, 




o 








Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 



9 











Cor. King and Liberty sts., 



A. L. SOLOMON, formerly with H. Levy & Sod, Camden, S. C. 
JUDAH B. POLOCK, late of CoIumbU, S. C, 

18* 



ilO 

NUNNS & CLASE'S PIANOS 



€rl0. F. €0L1, 

175 King St., Sole Agent for Charleston, 

Is conilantlj receiving PianoB from the above celebrated 
makers, which, for durability, power, eweelncHB of tone, and 
elaaticity of the touch, are not surpasEed in this coantrv or 
Europe. The Bssorlmenl at all limeH embracea 6, 6^, 6*," 6}, 
and 7 octave Pianos, and all styles, from ihe richly carved down 
to a plain but equally good and durable inelrument. with aucb 
modern improvements as are really and intrineically good. 

The public are also informed [hat the Premium of 
A 0«M Iffedal traa awarded ITunnB & Oluk at Uie World't Fair. 

Pianos from other good makers are also kept for sale, viz: 
E. WOBCESTEB, 6E0W k CHBISTOFHEB, aod SEABURI. 

At this establishment will also be found 

Coleman's .Xolian Attachment Pianos: 

Also, IMPROVED PATENT IHELODEONS, 

Of4J and SoctaveE,in rosewood cases of different styles. 

Pianos packed and delivered at the railroad, or shipped, free 
of charge. 

Second-Hand Pianos taken in exchange at a fair value. 

N. B, — Nunns ifc Clark have been manufacturing Pianos for 
our Southern climate, for nearly thirty-five years, audmaleriala 
nsed are dated and placed in their warehouse for seasoning, for 
years, an advantage which new makers cannot avail Ihem- 
•elves of. GEO. P. COLE, Piano Store 175 King-sL, 

Bole Agent for the sale of Nunns &. Clark's Pianos. 



211 



GEORGE GATES, 




IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

FIAMO FOETfiS, 

MUSIC, 

Musical Instraments, Books*, Stationery, &c. &ei 

Nos. 234 and 236 

King street, at tbe Bend. 

where may be seen an elegant and extensive 

assortment of 

n^JirO FORTB Si9 

Made by Bacon S^ Raven^ Dubois ^ Warriner^ A. H. 
Gale 4* Oo , and H. 4* F^ Hazelton^ New York, and 
Erardy Paris, of 6, 6^, 6|, and 7 octaves of various pat- 
terns , all of first rate quality in every respect and fully 
warranted. A large and choice assortment of 




of every description, for the Voice, Piano Forte, Guitar, 
Flute, &c. Also, a splendid stock of all kinds of 

Wood and Brass Instraments, 

as Violins, Guitars, Flutes, Clarionets, Cor- 
nets, Trombones, Drums, &c. 

AH the Cheap Publications, School Books of all kinds, and 
Miscellaneous Literature, together with the newest and best 
FANCY STATIONERY, & all the STAPLE ARTICLES 
in that branch, of excellent quality and at reasonable prices. 
Xf" PIANO FORTES tuned and repaired, and MUSIC well and ,43 
oeaUy bound. SECOND HAND PIANO FORTES taken in ex- 
change for new ones. 



212 

F. ZOGBAUM & CO. 

Direct Importers from Europe^ offer for sale, at Wholesale and Retail, 

all kinds of 

Musical Instruments and Merchandize, 

at the lowest Northern Importers' prices. 

Agents for the foUotving celebrated Pianos : A. Stodart & Co., J(^ 
B. Dunham, New York ; P. Erard, Paris ; £. Rosenkranz, Dresden ; 

W. Sassenhofi*, Bremen, he. &c. 

Carhart & Needham and George Prince & 

Go's PATENT MELODEONS. 
No. 201 King, fourth door below Market St. 

A. Jordan & W. Stadlmair^ 

beg to inform the public generally, and the Ladies intending to give 
Balls, Dicners, Suppers and Parties, especially, that they are prepared 

to execute orders for 

Confectionary, Cookery and Pastry 

at the shortest notice, and promise to give entire satisfaction to their 

patrons. Onrorder, we furnish the following articles, such as 

Steeples, Ornamented Cakes of every description, Jellies, 

Faney Charlotte Russes, Blanc Mange, Bavarian Cheese, 

Vol au Vent, French Puddings, Ornamented Table 

Confectionery, 
and every thing else belonging to this branch of business. 

dealer in 

STAPLE AND FANCY 

Dry Good 89 

Wholesale and Retail. 

334 King Street, Charleston, S. C. 

Between George Street and Burns' Lane. 



213 



JOHN KEIFFER, 

Importer and Wholesale Dealer in 










AND- 



Fi:WDEW«IS, 




(!ri)arle0ton, 



0otttl)'-'(JraroUna. 



J. 












Door, Sash & Blind 



9 



South Side af Council St., near West end of Tradd Street, 

CHARLESTON, S. C. 

Doors, Shutters, and all kinds of Carpenters' 
work done with despatch. 











House^ Sign, and Ornamental 




AT THE OLD STAND, 

126 King-street, Charleston, 

Orders for Painting in all its branches, and Glazing, promptly 

attended to. 




214 

J.E.SUARES«:CO. 

FURNITURE 

WARE-ROOMS, 

No. 284 RING ST. CHARLESTON, S. C. 

Three doors below the Merchants' Hotel. 

FURNITURE MADE AND REPAIRED. 




J. E. Suares, 



Elias Polock. 



WATCI-IIKEIS 



Corner of Meeting and Chalmers Streets, 

Opposite the Hibernian Hall, 
Charleston, So. Carolina. 










HOISE CARPEPJTER i JOINER, 

No* 1 Queen St. 

iVewly invented improved COTTON SHAVING PLOUGH, 
cuts 24 inches in width, manufactured to order. 

Planters who have used this Plough, pronounce it the most 
complete for ploughing Corn and Cotton. 

m* ORDERS from the COUNTRY solicited. 4:11 



215 





.nOKES, 

PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL 

Book Bindery 



AND 



BLANK BOOK 

MANUFACTORY, 

No. 59 BROAD ST., CHARLESTON. 



4M«rVN^^^^^«^^A^I^i^i^i^i^'% 



i 

All kinds of 



Books^ Periodicals &c, 

BOUND 

in any desired style. 

tSd! bbCj ici 

KULED and BOUND to any PATTERN. 

Work done with Despatch, 

and at the lowest city prices. 








216 




Drug^ and Chemical 

ESTABLSHMENT. 
207 KiDg-st., below the Bend, Charleston, S. €., 

Where b constantly kept on hand. Chemicals of the latest discoTeries, 
well worthy of the •- ttention of Physicians and Students, who wish to 
avail themselves of the latest results of practical experiments of the first 
Chemists of France, Germany, etc. Also, an assortment of 

Unsurpassed by any, for quality, in this market, and from which are pre- 
pared a variety of Tinctures, that cannot fail to attract the attention of 
country practitioners. 

VAX.UABX.S FAMZZiT KEBZCZMES, 

For the use of Planters, with such directions as can admit of their being 
administered with safety by their own hands. Attention is requested to 
the following valuable articles, prepared only at this establishment ; 

Cleveland's Superior Cologne Water — which received the first premiom 
and a silver medal from the S. C. Institute, 1849, and a diploma, 1850-1. 

Cleveland's Tetter Wash — warranted a certain cure for Tetter, Ring 
Worm, Scald Head, Barber's Itch, and all Cutaneous Eruptions. 

Cleveland's Deobstruent, the greatest Purifier of the Blood known; Sar- 
saparilla Syrup; Sarsaparilla and Queen's Delight; Cough Mixture, used 
in every family where it is known ; Worm Medicine and Powders. 

Dr. £. S. Bennett's Bowel Complaint Mixture; Cough Elixir j Chol- 
era Mixture and Pills. 

Cleveland's German Tincture of Amicu, for Cuts, Bruises, Sprains, &e. 

CLETELiJID & SKRINE'S NE PIUS ULTBi TEAST POWDERS. 

The many and various preparations now before the public, bearing the 
name of Yeast Powders, render it necessary that we should apprise them 
that these Powders are the result of long and careful chemical analysis, 
and a certain test of their superiority by their use. We challenge the 
world to produce an article equal for the purpose they are recommended; 
and we now place them before the public, with full confidence that they 
will supersede all other preparations for making Bread, Cakes, Pastry, &c. 

Particular attention is called to the extensive assortment of beautiful 
and choice articles for the Toilet Table, the Dressing Room and Boudoir, 
consisting of Perfumery of every kind; Scented Soaps of all varieties; 
Oils and preparations for the Hair; Powders and preparations for render- 
ing the skin sofl, smooth and blooming ; Dentifrices for the Teeth ; Brushes 
of all kinds ; Combs, and every article necessary for the nse of the lady 
or getiUeman, or families, whether traveling or at home. 

Most of these articles have been expressly imported, at great expense in 
time and money in making the selections. Strangers visiting the city are re- 
spectfully invited to call and see the variety of articles we have for sale. 



217 

VEGETABLE COMPOUND 

for the cure of 
DYSPEPSIA, LIVER COMPLAINT, NERVOUS DEBILITV, 

BILIOUS AFFECTIONS, &c. 

This medicine is offered to the public under the assurance 
that there is no article in existence having stronger claims to 
their consideration. Being compounded by a regular Gradu- 
ate of Jefferson College, and a practising Physician of Twenty 
Years' Standing in Philadelphia, his long experience has con- 
firmed him in the opinion that a compounded medicine was 
required to prevent and remedy the debilitation produced by 
residing in low, miasmatic climate, and to counteract the 
prostrating influences of the many nervous disorders with 

which the human family are afflicted. 
Dr. Allen is a well known physician, and has used the above 
medicine in his practice for twelve years with the most aston- 
ishing efiect, having tested its qualities in above 

TEN THOUSAND CASES. 

The effect of this Compound is such as not to interrupt either business 
or pleasure ; requiring only the common restraint of moderation in diet* 
It is conveyed by the circulatiag fluids, and corrects their tendencies to 
all diseases which originate in Diseased Liver, Depraved App^te, «r 

Predisposition to Affection of the Lungs. 
Thousands are lingering upon the brink of tlie grave, suffering tinder 
diseases in some form, whom this medicine would certainly restore to 
health and society. Its safety and innocence have been fully tested, so 

that it may be administered to the most helpless and tender infant. 
The above medicine has for a long time been used with great success in 
warding off that Debility and Prostration of Strength which is produced 
from living in a Southern Climate, or in a neighborhood where Miasmata 
arises from wet and low lands, Bilous and Intermittent Fevers, also 
Liver Complaint, which is so often mistaken for Consumption of the 
Lungs, though if the patient watches himself closely, he may discover 
the difference. Dr. 6. W. Allen is a well known physician of the city 
of Philadelphia, and has used the above medicice in his practice for the 
last Twelve Years, the result of which has fully proved that it will CURE 
DYSPEPSIA IN ITS WORST FORMS, and he now offers it to the 
public under this conviction, and trusts it will meet with that patronage 

which it so justly deserves. 

When, the above Medicine is used as directed, a certain 
cure will be effected in a short time. 



Prepared only by the Proprietors, DR. GEORGE W. ALLEN, Phila- 
delphia, and J. A. & W. L. CLEVELAND, No. 207 King Street, 
Charleston, S. C, and sold by the principal Druggists in the Ui Statei. 

Having suffered for years with Dyspepsia, and been relieved by the 

above medicine, I take pleasure in recommending it to my friends. 
New York, July 1st, 1$51. SOLON ROBINSON. 

19 



818 



William Curtis, 

No. 137 East-Bay, 

Fourth Store South]} of Queen Street. 

CHARLESTON, 8. C. 

IMPORTER, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IK 

unme Fumi. 



OR 





SPIRIT GAS, 

CampMne, Sperm, Solar, and Whale 

m 

Linseed Oil, Spirits Turpentine, Japans, 

Varnishes and Brushes, 

English and American White Lead, French 

Window Glass, Paris and En<)lish Green 

FAINTS, 

Paints, dry and ground in Oil, of all colors. fCj* Prompt 

attention to HOUSE, SHIP, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL 

PAINTING, in all its branches. 

Your custom is respectfully solicited. 



219 



J. P. M. EPPINGi 

Wholesale and Retail 

DRUOGI ST, 

Offers for sale all kinds of American &> Foreign 

DRUGS & MEDICINES : 

SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, 

PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &o., &c. 

on the most reasonable terms. 

277 King Street, opposite Society Street and 
the Merchants' Hotel, Charleston, S. C. 

PROPRIETOR OP 

Epping's Compound Fluid 

Extract of Sarsaparilla and 
QU E EN'S DE LIGHT. 

ESSENCES. 

For flavoring Ice Creams, Sauces, Jellies, 
Custards, Puddings, Pies. &c., viz : 

Lemo7i^ Vanilla, Almond, Rose and Preserved Juice of 

Pine Apples. 

A Silver Medal was awarded to these Essences, by the First 
Annual Fair of the South Carolina Institute. 



Also, Syrup of Lemon, prepared out of the pure Juice ; Syr- 
ups of Gum Arabic, Strawberry, Blackberry, Orgeat, 
Sassafras, Currant, Raspberry, Ginger, Sarsaparilla, Ac 

PREPARED BT 

J. p. lyi. EPPING, 

Chemist aiid Druggists, 277 King St., Charleston, S. C. 



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Haviland, Harral & Co 

DRUGGISTS, 

Wholesale, 25 Hayne St. Retail, 260 King St 

CHARLESTON, S. C. 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 





English, French, and American Chemicals, Surgical and 
Dental Instruments, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, and 

WINDOW-GLASS, PERFUMERY, 

Fancy Articles, BRUSHjES of all kinds, BRONZES, 

Fancy Soaps, Trusses, Tanners' Tools, 
Druggists' Glass Ware, Extracts, Dentists' Gold and 

Tin Foil, Porcelain Teeth, &c. 

Together with a full supply of every article usually found 

in our line of business, which we offer at the lowest 

market prices for cash or approved credit. 

The following Patent Medicines (for most of which we 
are Wholesale Agents) can be obtained genuine, viz : 

Sands* Sarsaparillla, Jaynes' Medicines, Moffat's Medi- 
cines, Ayers' Cherry Pectoral, Balsam Coltsfoot, 
Davis' Pain Killer, Bogle's Hyperion Fluid, 
Houck's Panacea, Rothe's Pain Killer, Pri- 
or's Pile Ointment, Dr. Clapp's Specific, 
Swaim's Panacea, Husband's 
Magnesia. Roman Eye Balsam, 
M'Mun's Elixir of Opium, 
Dr. F. H. Perrjr's " Dead Shot," Clove Anodyne Tooih-Ache 
Drops, Beckwith's Anti Dyspeptic Pills, Beckwith^s Anti- 
Billious Fills, Youatt's Condition Powders, Philotoken or 
Females' Friend, Wistar's Balsam Wild Cherry, Huf- 
feland's Syrup Tar, Rowand's Tonic Mixture, Oxy- 
genated Bitters for Dyspepsia, Compound Fluid 
Extract Buchu, Upham's Pile Electuary, 
Colleton Bitters for Dyspepsia. 
N. B. Our connezion^'with the long established house of '' Havxlamd, 
Kkebe & Co., New York," gives us facilities enjoyed by few houses, 
for selling pure articles and at the lowest prices. 



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