Directory for the city of Hartf-ord for
the year 1799.
Prank De Wette Andrevs.
NAMES OF RESIDENTS ETC. OF
CITY OF HARTFORD
CONTAINING THE NAMES
BUSINESS MEN AND OTHER RESIDENTS,
O'C.UPATION AND LOCATION, WHEN KNOWN,
TO THE NUMBER OF NEARLY
FRANK D ANDREWS
SECRETARY VINELAND HISTORICAL & ANTIQUARIAN
MEMBER CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY
VINELAND NEW JERSEY
NINETEEN HUNDRED AND TEN
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in 2007 with funding from
Hartford, an incorporated city since 1784, did not
adopt the system of numbering its buildings until well
into the nineteenth century, it is, therefore, difl5cult to
locate the residents of 1799 on the few streets then within
the limits of the city.
Through advertisements in the "Courant" and "Mer-
cury" we sometimes learn the advertisers place of busi-
ness, as they frequently refer to some point from which
to direct their customers, as the "Meeting House;" the
"State House;" the "Bridge;" over Little River, the
"Ferry;"the "Printing Office of Hudson & Goodwin"
and other well know landmarks.
These directions have been used in the following pages,
as well as a brief list of the principal articles offered for
sale by the advertiser.
The first directory for Hartford was published in 1828,
it contained about 2,000 names, many of them printed
twice. The second directory and the first of the series
now published, was issued in 1838, and has 1,625 names.
This compilation for the year 179^, has nearly one-
half the number. Hartford then had a population of
This directory has been compiled from manuscripts in
the writers possession, dated 1799, from the newspapers
of that date and from other sources.
There are a few persons in ever large community who
have an interest in the past, particularly of the locality
with which they are familiar. To them, and a few
others who have some curiosity regarding the population
of Hartford over century ago, it is hoped this little work
may prove of some service.
Frank D. Andrews.
ViNELAND, N. J. April 15, 1910.
HARTFORD BUSINESS DIRECTORY
FOR THE YEAR 17 9 9.
Ackley John, butcher, Water street.
Addams Lemuel, cabinet maker, south side Ferry street.
Genteel boarding and lodging.
Allen Mr. dancing master.
Anderson James, joyner.
Andrus Daniel, School street.
Averill Eliphalet, trader.
Babcock Amos, dealer in dry goods,
Babcock Elisha, printer, Main st. south of Court House.
Publisher "American Mercury."
Babcock John, printer and bookseller. Main st. 2 doors
south of Hudson & Goodwin
Babcock John, printer.
Babcock John W., printer.
Bacon Richard & Co., traders.
Rum in exchange for likely shipping horses,
cash for corn and oats, anchors for sale.
Balch John B., joyner.
Baldwin John, trader.
Genesee N. Y. lands for sale.
Barnard John, blacksmith.
Barnard Mary, tavern-keepfer.
Barrett Jeremiah, School street.
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Barton William Jun., trader.
Dealer in teas of the first quality.
Bartholomew Eli, trader, Ferry street.
Horses for shipping wanted, rum for sale.
Beach Miles, silversmith and jeweller
Clocks and watches, swords and hangers, cop-
Beckwith Elisha, blacksmith.
Sea coal by the hundred or bushel.
Beckwith Josiah, cooper, south side Ferry street.
Beckwith Josiah, Beckwith & Fowler, butchers, slaugh-
ter- house on the river bank north of city line.
Beckwith Samuel, cooper.
Belden Thomas, Belden & Lyman, traders. Ferry street.
Rum, brandy, gin, molasses, tobacco, salt &c.
Cheese and corn wanted.
Bell foundry, rear of Main street, north of the bridge,
Church, parish, academy or shop bells.
Benjamin Guy, blacksmith.
Benton Asa, Ferry street.
Bigelow Benjamin director Hartford Bank, Main street.
Bigelow James, Water street.
Bigelow Jonathan, tavern-keeper.
Blaise Francis, watch repairer.
Blake Nathaniel, Blake & Ely, traders, next .south of
Blanot James, hairdresser, nearly opposite M. & T.
Bulls store, State street.
Bliss Isaac, tanner.
Lots on Morgan streets for sale.
Blydenburg Samuel, ornanif'ntal and sign painter, forty
rods north of John Trumbulls, Esq.
Boardman Elijah, tavern-keeper.
Boardman William, mason.
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Bolles Augustus, shoemaker, Main street, next door
north of Lamb's tavern.
Bolles John, tavern-keeper, sign of the ''Lamb," norlh
end of the city.
Bolles John, 2nd, baker.
Boyd Asa, barber, Main street, south of State House.
Brace Jbnathan, attorney, east .side Main street, north
of the bridge.
Bradley Aaron, tavern-keeper.
Bradley Joseph, blacksmith, north of the ferry.
700 bushels James River coal free from sulphur
and slate, for sale
Bradley William, trader, white store, head of Ferry st.
West India goods, teas, spices, tobacco &c.
Brevoort Elias, merchant, west side Main street, a few
doors north of the bridge. Store formerly occu-
by William Wetmore.
Dealer in dry goods, wholesale and retail.
Brewer Daniel C. & Co., druggists, at the dwelling house
of John Bolles.
Drugs medicines, groceries, rum, brandy &c.
Bright Jonathan, upholsterer.
Brown Francis & Co, traders. Water street.
Dealers in hollow ware, crockery and glassware,
rum, sugars, teas &c.
Brown & Kimberly, traders. Ferry street.
West India goods and other groceries
Brown William, attorney. Water .street, near the ferry.
Brown William, Hartford Library.
Brown William, 2 nd, trader in company.
Buel Abel, Whitesmith, Main street, opposite North
Silver plated, gilt, steel, brass and iron hilted
.swords and dirks pikes and military flags.
Bulkley Daniel, dealer in horses for shipping.
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Bull Amos, merchant, Main st. near the South Church.
Bull David, tavern-keeper.
Bull Hezekiah, State street.
Bull Isaac, trader, druggist
Liquors, patent medicines, teas, spices, paints
Bull Dr. Isaac D., trader and druggist.
Hardware, optical glasses, musical instruments,
cutlery, japan ware, plaited ware, stAtionery
fancy goods, liquors, tobacco &c.
Bull James, trader, south side State street.
Bull John Coleman, painter. Main street, a few rods
south of the South Meeting House.
Bull & King, traders, near the river.
Liquors, hardware, logwood, Liverpool ware,
white and red lead &c.
Bull Lydia, widow of Caleb, with widow Lydia Royce,
boarding house keeper. Main street, north of
Bull Michael & Thomas, traders, State street.
Cloths, Dutch navy blue, brown and mixed,
rose blankets, rum, brandy, sugar, flour &c
Bull William, D.
Bunce Russell, trader, Ferry street.
Bunce Timothy, School street.
Burbridge John, hatter.
Burnham George, School street.
Burnham Joshua, trader.
Burr George, Jun., with Fred. Seymour, at the red store
at the bridge.
Burr Joseph, trader.
Burr Timothy Sl Co., traders.
Burr Timothy Jun., captain artillery company.
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Burr William, trader.
Cloths, chintz, hollands, ribbons &c.
Burt Bela, School street.
Burt Consider, mill owner.
Butler Abel, wheelwright.
Butler Coonrod, .shopkeeper, next to Dr. Morgan's, Pris-
I^adies and men wigs, scull caps, hair braids,
toys for children.
Butler Daniel, mill owner.
Butler David, wheelwright.
Butler Henry, trader, at the river.
Rum, flour, teas, nail rods &c.
Butler Jonathan, tanner.
Butler Moses, tavern-keeper.
Caldwell George, hatter.
Caldwell James, Main street, north of the bridge:
Caldwell John, [J. C. & Co.] president Hartford Bank.
Caldwell John & Co., merchants, south of State House.
Cambourg Charles, shopkeeper, near the State Hou.se.
Razors, combs, soap, to!)acco &c.
Camp Samuel C, State street.
Caswell I^emuel, Caswell & Corning, traders.
Catlin George, musical instrument maker.
New York and Vermont lands for sale, farms
Chadwick William, shoemaker, Main .street, one door
north of Mr. Doolittle's.
Chapin Aaron, shopkeeper and cabinet maker, sixty or
eighty rods north of the Court House.
Watches, cabinet furniture &c.
Chapin Josiah, Front .street.
Chapin Laertes, clerk.
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Chapman Alpheus, shoemaker.
Chapman Bars, Water street.
Chapman Jonathan, carpenter.
Chapman Robert, fruiterer. Ferry street.
Chapman Silas, shoemaker.
Chenevard John, residence east side of Main street, south
of the State House.
Chenevard John Jun., State street.
Chenevard John & Co., merchants, near the river.
Chenevard Michael, Main street, south of State House.
Chester James, ropemaker.
Chester Thomas, collector of revenue of the Fourth Di-
vision in the District of Connecticut.
Chester Thomas L, , clerk.
Church Asher, taylor.
Church Joseph, State street.
Clapp Roger, joyner.
Clark Chester, tavern-keeper.
Clark Ebenezer, house builder, Clark street.
Real estate for sale.
Clark Simeon, sheriff.
Cogswell Mason F., physician, Main street, east side,
south of the State House, oflSce in the house
north of John Chenevard.
Cogswell Roger, tavern keeper, Main street, north of
the State House.
Mould candles and soap for sale.
Cogswell Roger & Co., at the green store, Ferry street.
Rum, brandy and molasses, teas and coffee, gin-
ger, spices &c. Groceries wholesale and retail.
Collins Stephen, shoemaker.
Colt Harris, trader.
New York State land for sale.
Colton Aaron, cabinet maker.
Conkling Benjamin, master of vessel, west of Front St.,
north east of John Trumbull's house.
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Conkling Nathaniel, captain of the sloop Polly.
Cooke Increase, [O. D. & I. Cooke] bookseller.
Cooke James, ropemaker.
Cooke John Jun., ropemaker.
Cooke Oliver D. [O. D. & I Cooke, booksellers.] Main
street, north of the State House.
Books, stationery, bookbinding, umbrellas &c.
Cooley J., captain lyight Infantry Company.
Corning A.sa. shoemaker.
Corning Daniel, tavern-keeper. Ferry street.
Corning Ezra, shopkeeper.
Corning Ezra Jun , hatter
Corning George, taylor.
Cowles Elias, [Gleason & Co wles, traders] Main street.
Farm in lyitchfield for sale, negro boy for sale.
Crosby Jonathan, wheelwright, School street.
Crowell Daniel, trader.
Dry goods, mens hats, sythes &c.
Danforth Daniel, [ J & D. Danforth, traders.]
Danforth Edward, tarder,
Danforth Jonathan, [J. & D. Danforth, traders ]
Danforth Samuel, pewterer.
Davey William, brewer, ten rods north of Court House.
Wheat and rye flour. New Haven ale for sale.
Day Noble, trader.
Day Samuel C, barber. Front street.
Day Thomas, attorney.
Deane Jessie, Front street.
Deming John, master sloop Unity.
To let, a family store.
Douglas Burnham & Company, traders, ten rods north
of the ferry.
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Diggins Luke, blacksmith.
Dwier Henry, Publisher and bookseller, ten rods north
of the Court House.
Just published, a new edition of the New Eng-
Dodd Johnjun., trader.
European and India goods,
Dodd Josiah, clerk, J. & E. Lyman.
Dodd William, clerk, with Soloman Porter.
Doolittle Enos. brass founder, west side Main street.
Dwight Theodore, attorney.
Edgerton Giles, Water street.
Edwards Jonathan W., attorney.
Eggleston James, post rider.
EUery William, mill owner, School street.
Elmore Eliakim, Hartforid Common,
Inoculation at the Hospital 2 miles west of the
Ely Alfred, with Blake & Ely.
Ely Eli, [Blake & Ely, traders.]
Ely & White, grocers, store on the river bank.
Linseed oil, Turks Island and rock salt, codfish.
West Indies and New England rum, iron &c.
Ely William & Company, traders.
Fabre Mrs. millinery, at the corner south from the
Fancy hats and bonnets, satin beavers, artifi-
cial flowers, laces and bandboxes.
Faxon Ebenezer, porter.
Fink Elias, shoemaker.
Fish Eliakim, physician.
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Fish Miller, shoemaker, ten rods south east of the
Flagg Abijah, shoemaker.
Flagg Joseph, opposite North Meeting House.
Flint Abel, pastor South Meeting House.
Foster Timothy, mason.
Fowler Benjamin, [Beckwith & Fowler butchers ] north
of the city line.
Fowler John, hatter, warehouse Main street, nearly
opposite Hudson & Goodwin's printing office,
Francis Asa, blacksmith
Frethy Edward, barber, next door east of Mr. John Lee's
Gaylord Aaron, trader, store adjoining Wm. Whitman's
Rum, salt, paper, Staffordshire ware, leather,
bottles, electrical machines &c.
Gilbert Josiah. joyner.
Gint Joseph, School street
Gleasou Chauncey, Main street, north of the bridge.
Glover John J., trader, .store of Jesse Root's, on Main
street. From New York, expect to return when
Goal, Prison street and Workhouse lane, about fifty rods
west of Main street.
Goodman Richard, merchant.
Rum, salt, dry goods &c,
Goodrich Chauncey, attorney, State street.
Goodwin Daniel, trader, store opposite William Burr's
north part of the city.
Goodwin David, taylor, boarding house keeper.
Goodwin George. [Hudson & Goodwin,] printers and
booksellers, publishers "Connecticut Conraiit."
Goodwin James, hatter.
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Goodwin Jonathan, tavern-keeper.
Gorton Hannah, [M. & H. Garton.] Main street.
Gorton Margaret, [M. & H. Gorton.] Main street, south
side the bridge.
Confectionery, pound and brides cake, funeral
biscuit, millinery and blackwork done.
Graham John, painter and glazier.
Painting in all its branches, London white lead,
glass, putty &c. Spouts and conductors of dif-
ferent size and length.
Greenleaf David, watchmaker and jeweller, north ea.st
of the State House. Watch manufactory, a few
rods south of Dr. Isaac Bull's.
Greenwood Parson, School street.
Gurnsey J. K., Main street, north of the bridge.
Hale Jonathan, card manufacturer. State street
Hall Henry, merchant.
Hall John, trader, Ferry street.
Cane poles, Irish glue, iron hoops, pitch, tar,
lamp oil &c.
Hallam Lewis, actor, with John Hodginson, manager
of the Hartford theatre. Theatre street.
Theatre under their joint management, opens
August 14. Admission ^ of a dollar; pit, half
a dollar; gallery, one quarter of a dollar.
Hamilton John, tavern-keeper.
Hancock Daniel, School street.
Hanmer James, Cooper.
Hanson Joseph, taylor, Water street.
Harris Joseph, pump maker.
Hart Joseph, merchant, store at the river.
Dry goods at wholesale. New York fine and
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Hartford Bank, Prison street, south side, a few doors
west of Main street.
Subscriptions received for the Government Loan.
Haskell William, Front street,
Hayden Lewis, joyner,
Hayden Loomis, joyner. Water street.
Heath Peleg, tavern-keeper.
Henry James, School street.
Henry Robert M., saidler, over Keys & Center's store.
Saddles, harnesses, trunks, caps hol.«iters &c.
Hequembourgh Charles, barber.
Hildrup William, trader, office in the Post Office.
East Hartford powder, groceries and liquors,
Hills William, taylor.
Chaises, with harnesses for sale. ' '
Hinsdale Daniel, commission merchant, Main street, east
side, four doors north of the bridge.
Wheat and rye flour on hand.
Hodgkinson John, actor, with Lewis Hallam, in the
joint management of the Hartford Theatre.
Holland Benjamin, opposite the Episcopal Church.
Holland Ruth, stocking weaver, opposite the Episcopal
Holt Philemon, stone blasting.
Hooker Nathaniel, doctor.
Hopkins Asa, [Asa & Daniel Hopkins, druggi.sts.] Main
street, east side, north of the bridge.
Drugs, medicines, wine, sugar, all kind of teas,
groceries, dye stuff, painters colors, gold leaf &c.
Hopkins Daniel, [A. & D. Hopkins, druggists.]
Hopkins Lemuel, physician.
Hopkins Theodore, Main street, near Hudson & Good
win's printing office.
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Hopkins Thomas, Main street, south of the State House,
at the original warehouse formerly occupitd hy
Rum, brandy, molasses, sugar, teas, sweet oil,
crockery, window glass, Swedes iron &c.
Hosford Aaron, trader.
Hosford William, trader.
Hosmer James, taylor. Main st. north of State House.
Howe William D. trader, Main st. south of State House.
Hudson Barzillai, [Hudson & Goodwin,] printers, book-
sellers and publishers of ' 'Connecticut Courant."
Main street, opposite the North Meeting House.
The "Courant" now has 4,950 subscribers.
Hulett John H., dancing master.
Mr. Hulett proposes to open a school at Hart-
ford and Wethersfield.
Humason Jacob, No. 4 Morgan street.
House and lot for sale.
Hurlbut Lemuel, shoemaker.
Hyde Harvey, grocer, at the old store ten rods north of
the Court House, one door north of the corner,
opposite Mr. Joseph Pratt's tavern.
Rum, brandy, teas, spices, tobacco, crockery &c.
Imlay William, Justice of the Peace, loan office over
Keyes and Center's store until June.
Bills of exchange for sale.
Imlay William H.
Indicott John, Main street, dwelling house opposite the
south east corner of the new church, and next
south of Wm. Mosley's Esq.
Ives Mr, music teacher, at Mr. Joseph Lancon's dancing
Jeffery John, Water street.
Jepson Joseph, Main street, north of the State House.
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Johnson Shadrack, ship carpenter.
Jones Daniel, captain commandant Governor's Inde
pendent Troop of Horse Guards.
Jones Daniel, merchant.
Rum, wine, white lead, linseed oil, hardware,
gun powder, school books, paper hangings &c.
Jones Nathaniel, State street.
Jones R. L.
Judd Reuben, cooper.
In charge of the wharf and landing.
Keeney Joseph, trader,
Keeney Timothy, carpenter.
Kennedy Leonard, joyner, 60 rods north of State House.
Keyes Amasa, [Keyes & Center, merchants ]
European goods, broadcloth, kersey, mens fur-
Keyes Chester, clerk.
Kilborn Freeman, trader, and dealer in horses.
Kilborn Samuel, corner of Ferry street.
King Henry, [Bull, King & King,] near the river.
King Paul, at the wharf.
Kingsbury Andrew, treasurer of State of Connecticut.
Knox George, cooper.
Knox James, trader.
Knox John, [Richard Bacon & Knox]
Knox Norman, cashier Hartford Bank from July.
Knox William & Company, Saddle and harness business.
Business to be discontinued about June ist.
Laucon Joseph dancing master.
Lathrop James, mason and brick manufacturer.
Lawrence Samuel, trader.
Rum, molasses, rock i-alt &c.
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Lawrence William, trader.
Dry goods, English and India goods.
Ledlie Samuel, auctioneer.
Working and shipping cattle for sale.
Lee John, tavern-keeper and trader. State street.
Lee Rowland, State street.
Leffingwell John, joyner.
Lefl&ngwell Joshua, joyner.
Lewis Elisha, trader, north of the State House.
St. Croix rum, teas &c.
Lloyd Thomas Jun., commission business. Main street,
south of the State House.
Purchases and sells goods, stock, produce &c.
Listers :-Timothy Burr, Jun., Henry Seymour.
James Wells, Daniel Wadsworth, Levi Page.
Polls and estates received from the 20th of Au-
gust to the loth of September.
Loomis Solomon, millwright.
Lyman Elias, [J. & E. Lyman,]
Lyman Justin, [J. &E. Lyman, traders.]
Rum, brandy, sugar, glass, salt, shoes, shingle.*?,
beef, pork &c. Boating and carting business.
Lyman Samuel, [Belden & Lyman, traders.] Ferry st.
Lynde Joseph, druggist, Main st. south of State House.
Patent medicines, groceries, dying material,
painters colors, rum, wines gun powder &c.
Marsh John L.
Marsh Samuel Jun., merchant, Main street.
Hardware and groceries, rum, brandy, salt &c.
Mason Isaac, Front street.
Mather Charles, physician. State street.
Mather Oliver, clerk, Hartford and New Haven Turn
May Roderick, clerk, at William Lawrence's .store.
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McHenry Robert, saidler, opposite Dr. Isaac Bull's on
the corner of Church street.
Saddles, harnesses, men and horse furniture.
M'Cracken John, merchant. Sec'y Chamber of Com-
merce. Main street, south of State House.
West India rum 7 shillings by the hogshead.
M'Cracken, William & John, merchants, Main street,
north end of new brick house of Mr. Hosmer's.
Wholesale dry gDods, flannels, broadcloths &c.
M'Neight John, chandler, Main street, north of the
M'Neight, Phelps & Sanford.
Partnership dissolved October 8th.
Merrill Charles, tavern-keeper.
Merrill Hezekiah, merchant. Main street, store, 20 rods
south of the State House.
Groceries in general, particularly rum, brandy,
wines, raisins &c.
Formerly cashier of the Hartford Bank, re-
signed at the annual meeting in June.
Miller Joshua, Water street.
Mills Jedediah, shoemaker.
Mills, Zachariah & Company, paper stainers. manufactory
near Major Hart's store at the river.
Paper hangings and borders, wide and narrow,
Mitchell Walter, attorney.
Monteredy Mr., teacher of French.
Moore Benjamin, trader.
Moore Daniel, trader.
Moore Ebenezer, saidler.
Moore Eldad, trader.
Morgan Charles, shipper.
Wants shipping hon'^es and mules also, corn
meal in hogsheads.
Morgan Elias, Front st. Secretary of St. John's Lodge.
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Morgan Dwell, physician and surgeon. School street.
Morgan John, merchant.
Importer of East India goods, rum and salt for
sale. Sundry houses and stores for sale.
Moseley William, attorney.
Murray Cotton, tavern-keeper. Main street, just north
of the Episcopal Church.
Norton Romanta, sheriff.
Nivins John, blue dyeing, a little west of State House.
Nichols Cyprain, School street.
Dwelling house and land for sale.
Olcott Daniel, trader.
Olcott Samuel, Main street, south of the State House.
Olmsted Aaron, director Hartford Bank.
Olmsted Francis F., saidler.
Palmer Isaac, shop keeper, store at the waterside lately
occupied by Samuel P. Jones.
Has constantly for sale good fresh limes.
Pattern George Jaffrey, trader, store lately occupied by
J. M. Scott &Co., north end of the city, 50 rods
north of the Episcopal Church.
Groceries and liquors.
Pattern Nathaniel, bookseller, Main street, south of
the State House.
Peck Abel, shoemaker. Ferry street.
Shoes and leather for sale.
Peck Abijah, blacksmith.
Bayonets for sale.
Perkins Caleb, physician.
Perkins Enoch, attorney.
Perkins Jabez, Front street.
Perkins James, cooper.
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Perkins Nathan, minister, West Division.
Perkins Timothy P., trader.
Pettibone Abijah, trader, City Hall Inn.
Phillips Joseph. .
Pierce Benjamin, at "Blakes "
Pierce George, trader. Front street.
Beef, pork, oats and corn wanted in exchange
Pierce John, trader.
Pitkin Daniel Jun., trader in company.
Pitkin George, clerk of the Superior Court.
Pomeroy George, merchant.
Pomeroy Ralph, justice of the peace.
Pond Caleb, trader,
West India goods. Wanted, flax, oats, grass
and clover seed.
Porter J., librarian, Hartford Library Company.
Porter John, cabinet maker.
Porter Solomon, trader. State street.
Dry goods, hardware and musical instruments.
Porter Solomon Jun., clerk.
Porter Timothy, School street.
Pratt Francis, trader, tallow chandler.
Pratt Joseph, tavern-keeper, ten rods north of the
Priest Henry, music teacher, at Mr, Church's on
Arithmetic, writing & English grammar taught.
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Episcopal Church, north west corner of Main
and Church streets.
Hartford Theatre, Theatre street, east of Main
North Meeting House, west side Main street,
north of the bridge.
Prison, Prison street and Workhouse Lane.
South Meeting House, west side Main street,
south of the bridge.
State House, State House Square, Main and
Putnam John, trader, Morgan street.
Cows to let.
Ramsdell Robert W. trader.
Ramsey Jonathan, dealer in horses for shipping.
Ramsom Amos, tavern-keeper.
House to let on Prison street, lately occupied
by Mr. luilay as an office.
Riley, Savage & Co. traders, store near the ferry.
Grenada rum, brandy, wine, molasses, tobacco.
iron, window glass, salt, soap, candles &c.
Ripley John, tavern-keeper.
Horses and sleighs to let with driver, for long
or short journeys.
Robbins Ephraim, goaler and tavern-keeper. Prison
street and Workhouse Lane.
Rogers John, Main street.
Rogers Nathan, trader.
Root Ephraim, attorney, Main st. north of State House.
Root Jesse, merchant, captain coniniandant, Governor's
Independent Troop of Infantry Guards.
Root John, attorney.
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Root Jonathan, taylor, west of the State House.
Royce Lydia, Young Ladies School. Front street.
Reading, writing, drawing, plain work, tambour
work, embroidery, Canton and Dresden work.
Young ladies from the country boarded in the
Russ John, [Russ & Sherman.]
Russ & Sherman, merchants.
Dry goods, broadcloths, cassimeres, calicos,
muslin, camel hair shawls &c.
Laud for sale at Florence, New York.
Sage Thomas Jun., trader.
Salsbury, — at "Wings."
Sanford Isaac, School street.
Sanford Thomas, tavern-keeper.
Sargeant Jacob, jeweller, watch and clock maker, sign of
the golden watch. Main street, ten rods south
of the State House.
Swords, trumpets, knee buckles &c.
Saunders Abel, tavern-keeper.
Sedgwick Timothy, blacksmith.
Sedgwick William, blacksmith.
Selden John, potter
Seymour AUyn, blacksmith.
Seymour Allyn Jun., West Divison.
Seymour Calvin, Joyner.
Seymonr Charles, hatter, store near the State House.
Seymour Charles Jun., &Co., new store next south of
Keys & Center's.
Wines, tobacco, brandy, teas, spices, sugars.
crockery, glassware, nails &c.
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Seymour Edward, dealer in lumber.
Seymour Elisha, master, sloop Polly.
Seymour Frederick, trader, commission merchant.
Store and auction room next adjoining Captain
Chenevard at the river.
West India goods, groceries, salt &c. Horses
Seymour Friend, brazier, brass foundry. Main street,
opposite Hudson & Goodwin's printing office.
Seymour George, tavern-keeper, near the bridge.
Seymour Henry, trader.
Seymour John Jun., potter.
Seymour Joseph W., joyner.
Seymour Ledyard, trader.
Seymour Nathaniel, potter.
Seymour Robert, taylor.
Seymour Theron, blacksmith.
Seymour Thomas, attorney, mayor of the city of Hart-
Seymour Thomas & Sons, traders, School street.
Seymour Thomas Y., attorney.
Seymour Zebulon, joyner.
Sheldon Charles Jun., clerk.
Dwelling house and land for sale.
Sheldon Roderic, trader.
Shephard Ashabel, School street.
Shephard Charles, Main street, near the bridge.
Shephard Elisha. trader, store near the bridge.
Holland gin, brandy, rum, wine, teas, sugar,
tobacco, spice, codfish, glassware &c.
Shephard Israel, clerk, with E. Shephard.
Shepherd Freeman, School street.
Shepherd James, School street.
Shepherd John, cooper.
Shepherd Phineas, mason.
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A convenient dwelling house near the theatre
Shepherd Timothy, School street.
Shepherd Uriah, School street.
Sherman Thaddeus, House and one half acre for sale in
Skinner Elisha, tavern-keeper, Front street.
Skinner Dr. surgeon dentist, at Mrs. Olcott's near the
Skinner Ichabod Lord, north of the State House.
Skinner Jonathan, tanner.
Skinner Nathaniel, collector.
Skinner Richard, trader.
House and barn in West street, cattle, cows and
horses for sale.
Skinner William, Front street.
Sloan Thomas Jun., blacksmith, ten rods west of the
Episcopal Church, Church .street.
Smith Alba, shoemaker.
Smith Normand, saidler.
Saddles, harnesses, collars, horsemans caps &c.
Spencer John 2d, barber.
Stanley Roswell, trader, Main street.
Starr William. Jun,, blockmaker.
Stayley George, trader, 2d door north of the new church.
Muslins, handkerchiefs, prints &c,
Stribling Thomas, baker.
Stedman Griffin, tavern-keeper.
Steel Eliphalet, tavern keeper.
Steel George, shop near the bridge.
Steel Horace, bookbinder.
Steel Thomas, tanner.
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Steel Timothy, trader.
Stillwell Charles D., taylor.
Strong Nathan, minister, North Meeting House.
Suitor Jonathan, Water street.
Sweetland Isaac, stone cutter. Water street.
Sweney John, card maker.
Talcott Nathaniel Jun., trader, office Mount Pleasant,
Talcott Samuel, clothier.
Taylor James, Half clothier works.
Taylor Solomon, Joyner, School street.
Terry Eliphalet Jun.., trader, north part of Main street.
a few rods south of Capt Samuel Marsh.
Rum and other groceries.
Terry Nathaniel, attorney.
Thatcher Peter, joyner, School street.
Thomas James, Main street.
Thompson Abiel, shoemaker, four rods south of bridge.
Thompson Samuel, baker, School street.
Tiffany Timothy, post rider.
Tisdale & Nicholls, chandlers, manufactory on Little
River bank, west of Main street.
For sale, 8^ acres, south end of the city ^.500.
Trumbull John, attorney.
Tuttle Caleb, trader, Water street.
Utley Joseph, tavern-keeper, trader.
For sale: Rum, pork, b^ef, corn meal, salt, flour.
codfish, salmon &c.
Utley Joseph 2d, tanner.
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Wadsworth Daniel, merchant, Prospect street.
Wads worth David.
Wadsworth Elisha Jun., tavern-keeper, Albany and
Prospect Hill Road.
Wadsworth Henry, cooper.
Wadsworth Jeremiah, Main street, east side, south of
the State House.
Wadsworth John, [John and Horace Wadsworth ] Wind-
sor chair business.
Wadsworth Joseph, chair maker.
Wadsworth Reuben, Half clothier works.
Wadsworth William, miniature painter, at the house of
Mr. Isaac Sanford, ten rods west of the north
end of the bridge.
Mourning pieces and mourning rings.
Ward James, jeweller and coppersmith, sign of the gilt
tea kettle, near the bridge.
Watches, spoons, swords, penknives, razors &g.
Warner Henry A , skin dresser.
Leather breeches made to order.
Waterman Charles, School street.
Waters William, School street.
Watkinson David, trader.
Watson John, trader.
Watson William, trader, store formerly occupied by
European and India goods, broadcloths, In-
dia cotton, cassimere, hunihums &c.
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Weare William, sail maker, Water street.
Webster Noah, justice of the peace, West Division.
Weeks James, cooper.
Wells Ashbel, West Division.
Wells Ashabel Jun., tavern-keeper, Main street, north
of the State House.
Wells Ebenezer, West Division.
Wells EHsha, young fruit trees for sale.
Wells James A., tavern-keeper.
Wells James H., merchant, Main street, store lately
occupied by Mr. Elias Morgan, not far from the
Hardware, plated goods &c.
Wells Jared, blacksmith. Water street.
Wells John, Water street.
Wells John Jun., cooper. Water street.
W^ells John J., cabinet maker. Cabinet and chair shop
near the bridge.
Wells Jonathan, wood dealer.
Wells Thomas, hatter.
Wetmore Oliver, trader, store lately occupied by James
Hollow ware, crockery, rum, brandy, molasses,
sugar and groceries in general.
Wetmore William, School street.
Wheeler Samuel, joyner.
Whiting Nathan H., justice of the peace.
Whiting Spencer & Co., traders.
Rum, sugars, teas, codfish, salt, snuff tobacco,
Whitman William, druggist, State street, opposite the
Wickham William, trader.
Wild honey and tobacco, 25 demijohns for sale.
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Horses and carriages to let. A coiivenieut and
elegant carriage, one or two span of horses, stand
at Mr. George Seymour's at the bridge.
Williams Elisha, tavern-keeper, Ferry street.
Williams Ezekiel Jun., post master, trader.
Insurance effected on risks at sea.
Williams John, shoemaker. Five doors south of the
South Meeting House.
Williams Samuel trader.
Wing William, chaise and coach maker.
Winship Daniel, baker.
Winship Joseph, mason.
Winship Nathaniel, mason.
Wolf John, School street.
Wood Benjamin, joyner, School street.
Wood bridge G.
Woodbridge Joseph, clerk, to proprietors of the Connec-
Woodbridge James R , with Ward Woodbridge & Co.
Woodbridge Ward & Co., merchants and traders. Main
street, north of the State House.
Dry goods, hardware, cutlery, martin muffs
Woodbury John, teacher, school room in chambers above
Mr. George Steel's .shop near the bridge.
School opens December 9lh in chambers.
Woodworth Jonathan, post rider, between Hartford
Wyllys St. John.
Wyllys Samuel, .secretary of the State of Connecticut.
RESIDENTS OF HARTFORD
TOWN AND CITY
Anquist, John M.
Bean, Joseph M.
Bolles, Job T.
Cad well, Charles.
Cadwell, Nehimiah Jr.
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CoUius, Robert J. Jun.
Cook, John Jun.
El well, Isaac.
Goodwin j Caleb.
Goodwin, James 3d.
Goodwin, John Jun.
Greenver, John C.
Hall, Asaph. r -.
Lawrence, John Jun.
Lawrence, John 2d.
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lyord, John Haynes.
Montfridy, Lewis B.
Parish, William B.
Pratt, James Jun.
Ripley, John Jun.
Spencer , Ashbel .
Wadsworth, Elisha 3d.
Wadsworth, Joseph Jr.
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Caldwell, Hezekiah Jun.
San ford, Thomas Jun.
Scott. John M.
Spencer, Ashbel Jun.
Number of houses in Hartford, August, 1799.
From $100 to $500 in value, 277; value, $83,003.
From $500 to $1,000 in value, 140; value, $106,640.
From $1,000 to $3,000 in value. 153; value, $274,150.
From $3,000 to $6,000 in value, 25; value, $100,000.
From $6,000 to $10,000 in value, i; value, $8,000.
Number of acres exempt from taxation, 267.
Number of acres subject to taxation, 17,582.
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