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ADVERTISEMENTS. 

This new and superior Hotel, attached to the 

EXCHANGE BUILDINGS 

n this city, has been erected and fitted up at great 

ost by William Patterson, Esq., Robert Oliver, 

Isq., Messrs. John Donnell & Sons, and Jerome 

rionaparte, Esq., with the intention of making it a 

House of Entertainment. 

It is called Page's Hotel, Exchange Buildings, 
rid is conducted by the subscriber in such a man- 
er as to make it for comfort, respectability, etc. 
tc. fully equal to any Hotel in the United States. 

J. H. PAGE. 

(LATE INDIAN QUEEN,) 

FRONTING 

Market, Hanover 6p German Sts. 

The prominade of fashion and the throng of business. 

I The house has been greatly enlarged, conveni- 
ng and elegantly arranged, and is admitted to 
K the best located house in Baltimore. The sa- 
■on and reading room, (on Market street) the par- 
.•rs, the public drawing room, (on Hanover street) 
id adjoining ladies' ordinary, the dining room, 
lie chambers, are all fitted up in first rate stile, and 
urnished with new and elegant furniture. 

JOHN W.KING. 

N. B. A Stage Office is attached to the house. Pas- 
ngers can be accommodated to Washington, Philadel- 
iia, and the West. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

AT STORE. 

Merchants and others visiting this city to purchase goods 
are respectfully invited to call at 

Fashionable Hat Manufactory, 

No, 202, 

BALTIMORE STREET, 

Opposite the Indian Queen Hotel and Baltimore House, 

And examine his extensive assortment, consisting of 
his celebrated 



An extremely handsome article ; 

SUPERIOR SILK HATS, 

And every variety of fine as well as low priced 

Black and Drab Hats, 

All of which will be disposed of on the most reasonable 
terms, 
N. B. Orders thankfully received and faithfully executed. 

FRANCIS M. FOWLER, 

General Accountant, and House and 
Land Agent, 

Office, No. 14 St. Paul Street, Baltimore. 

N. B. Copartnership and trust accounts adjusted 
with due regard to the interest of the respective 
parties, and Inventories and Schedules prepared' 
for the Orphan's Court. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CANFIELD & BROTHER, 

CORNER OF MARKET AND CHARLES STREETS, 

At the old stand formerly occupied by Hugh Gelston, 

Keep constantly on hand a general assortment of Goods 

in their line, consisting of GOLD and SILVER 

TTATCEES & CLOCZS, 

Of all descriptions, a rich assortment of 

Jewelry & Fancy Articles, 

Plated and Brittannia Wares, Cutlery and Japanned 
Goods, a very elegant assortment of rich Lamps, 
and Bronzed Goods, Gentlemen and Ladies' Dress- 
ing Cases; together with a great variety of desir- 
able Goods, both for city and country trade, which 
are offered on the most favourable terms, at whole- 
sale and retail. 

^p?g IroK bar moNT 

Spike Rods,Stove Plates,&c. 

OO tons Gray Pig IRON, superior for foundry use 
80 do do do low priced do 
10 do Bar IRON, will be sold low to close 

[sales 
10 do Spike RODS, assorted sizes 
30 do Stove PLATES, various do 
10 do BLOOMS, will be sold low to close sales 
50 do Hollow-ware CASTINGS, assorted 
5 do Cart, Wagon and Dearborn BOXES, 
ground, will be sold low to close sales 
5 do Hoop and Band IRON, all sizes 
5 do 1-4, 3-8 and 5-16 inch Round IRON 
4 boxes J. Camp & Co's best warranted Cast- 
Steel AXES 
2 Iron CHESTS will be sold low to close sales, 
or will barter for Dry Goods or Groceries. 
The above for sale by 

JONATHAN CREERY, 

No. 77 Smith's Wharf. 
Who will purchase any quantity of old wrought 
scrap IRON- 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Grocers fy Commission Merchants, 

No. 79 PRATT STREET, 

Between South Street and Bowley's Wharf, Baltimore, 

Are constantly supplied with a full assortment of 

Wines, Liquors and Groceries, 

Which they offer to country merchants and the public 
generally on accommodating terms. Families supplied 
as usual with fine Teas, Spices, &c. Liquors and Goods 
sent free of charge to any part of the city. 
OOOOOOOOO 0«0-000<>0<X>0 

JAMES COBURN, 
No. 77 Baltimore Street, 

BALTIMORE, 

(JL few doors below South Street,) 
Has on hand, and intends keeping a general assortment of 

Which he will sell wholesale and retail, very low for cash. 

New Goods received almost every day. 

He respectfully solicits the patronage of his friends and 
the public generally. 

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STEPHEN A. FIERCE, 
HAT MANUFACTURER, 

No. 16 Centre Market Space, 

BAMTHOKIE; 

Constantly on hand wholesale and retail, a large assort- 
ment of 



HATS 



Gentlemen's Hats, and Ladies' Beaver Bonnets, 
made to order. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Prepared solely from Vegetable Matter, 
By JACOB HOUCK, Baltimore, 

Which may be taken with perfect safety by all ages 
and in all diseases; its cures are for the following dis- 
eases — Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Indigestion, In- 
flamation of the Stomach, Heart Burn, Diarrhea, Dys- 
entary or Flux, Piles, Fistula, Obstructed Menstruation, 
Ague and Fever, Billious or Remittent Fever, Typus 
Fever, Scarlet Fever, Small Pox, Erysipelous of St. 
Anthony's Fire, Asthma, Pleurisy, Measels, Yellow 
Fever, Costiveness, Wind on the Stomach or Bowels, 
Cholera Morbus, Consumption, Influenza, Colds, 
Coughs, Inflammation of the chest, Palsey, Gout, Rheu- 
matism, Inflammatory Sore Throat or Q,uinsey,Whoop- 
ing Cough, Thrush or Sore Mouth, Pulrid Sore Throat, 
Croup, Inflammation of the Heart, Dropsy, Rickets, 
Diseases of the Liver, Jaundice, Difficulty of making 
Urine, Gleet, Histerics, Nervous & Scrofulous Affec- 
tions of the Members and Ligaments, Mercurial and 
Venereal Diseases, Ulcers, Sores, Affections of the 
Skin, and ail diseases arising from Impure Blood, &c 

Price per Bottle $1 50. 

The above medicine can be obtained at No. 121 
Market street, opposite the Museum, with proper direc- 
ti ons for using. A liberal discount made to persons 
who buy to sell. 

orj" At the solicitation of a number of persons who 
have been cured of diseases of a long standing by my 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



practice, I have consented to gire my particular atten- 
tion to the practice of medicine to persons who are able 
to attend to me at my office personally, otherwise those 
who are incapable of attending personally from infirm- 
ity will send a correct statement of their case 

I may be consulted at my office every day from eight 
o'clock in the morning until nine at night. 

JACOB HOUCK, 

No. 121 Baltimore st opposite the Museum. 

JYo. 104 BALTIMORE STREET, 

Between Calvert aud South Streets, 
BALTIMORE, 

Where every thing appertaining to his line of business, 
can be had at the shortest notice, and executed in the 
best manner. The following Goods are always for sale, 
wholesale and retail : 

Fringes for Curtains, — do. for Rugs and Stools, — 
all colours 

Cornice Ornaments, and Tassels, — all colours. 

Satin and Worsted, Damask, Embossed and Wa- 
tered Moreen Bindings, &c. 

Sofas and Easy Chairs, Spring Seat Rocking Chairs, 
Foot Stools and Cots. 

Feather Beds and Curled Hair Matresses. 

Moss do. 

Curled Hair and Moss always for sale, in large or 
small quantities. 

Parlour, Entry, Drawing Room and Chamber Pa- 
pers, in all the new patterns and colours. 

Fire-Board Pieces, Velvet-Printed Festoon Bor- 
dering, some very rich. 

Ornamental Columns and Figures. 

HE MAKES TO ORDER, 

Bed and Window Curtains, 

CARPETS, CUSHIONS, &c. 

OCt-ROOMS, &c. PAPERED in the very best man- 
ner, and at the shortest notice. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Magistrate's Office. 

The Subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the 
public, that he has Removed his Office to 

SECOND STREET, 

Opposite the Marine Bank, four doors from the corner 
of Gay Street, 

Where he will attend to any business in the above line 
that he may be favored with, without delav. Persons 
applying for the benefit of the INSOLVENT LAWS 
will find it to their advantage to give him a call. 

Deeds, Powers of Attorney, Bills of Sale, 
Indentures, Leases, 

And all papers relative to his office, executed with punc- 
tuality and despatch, on the most reasonable terms. He 
takes this opportunity of returning his grateful thanks for 
the patronage heretofore received, and hopes by his atten- 
tion to business a continuance of the same at his new of- 
fice ; — the officers in attendance are known to be active, 
attentive and faithful in the discharge of their duties. 

GEO. S. EICHELBERGER. 

OOOOOOOOO'O oo ^>oooooo 

London Penny Magazine, 

PERIODICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS 

m © ® k s w 

JYo, 10 Calvert Street, 

A few doors South of Baltimore Street, 

RICHARDS and SONS. 

The following are some of the interesting and useful 
periodicals issued by Richards &, Sons. The London 
Penny Magazine, Penny Cyclopedia, Saturday Maga- 
zine, Republic of Letters, Franklin Library, The 
Alexandrian Parley's Magazine, Edinburg, London, 
Westminster and Foreign Quarterly Reviews, Black- 
wood's Edinburgh Magazine, Metropolitan &. Library 
of American History, Christian Library, &c. &c. &c. 

Most of the above can be had from the commence- 
ment, either in numbers, parts or volumes. Specimens 
may be seen on application at the store, and any infor- 
mation concerning the works cheerfully given. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



The Firemen's Insurance Company 

Continues to insure Dwelling Houses, Warehouses, Mer- 
chandize, Household Furniture, Ships in Port, their Car- 
goes, and other descriptions of property generally against 
loss or damage by Fire — DC^-but are not permitted by 
the charter to insure out of the new limits of the city. 

From the peculiar construction and material of this 
Association, founded as it is known to be, on the best in- 
terests, and supported by the surest guarantees, backed 
by an ample capital, and promising a safe and cheap pro- 
tection—it has received an extensive patronage. 

DC/**For forms of application, and any other informa- 
tion on the subject, please apply at the Company's Of- 
fice, corner of South and Second Streets. 

present board JOHN REESE, President. 

Directors from the 



New Market Company 

Liberty " 
United 

Union " 

Washington *' 
First Baltimore " 

Patapsco " 

Mechanical " 

Friendship " 

Independent " 

Vigilant " 

Deptford " 

Columbian " 

Franklin " 

Howard " 



( Jacob Smith 

{ John H. Ehlen 

( Charles M. Keyser 

( Lot Ensey 

( Frederick Seyler 

I John Hines 

J George Valliant 

I Nathan Tyson 

Jesse Hunt 

Jacob Albert 

William E. George 

Samuel Keerl 
C J. I. Cohen, Jr. 
{ James L. Hawkins 
I George Rogers 
I William G. Jones 
( Benj. C, Ross 
\ Charles Diffenderffer 
( Samuel Wilson 
( Hugh Bolton 
I J. DirTenderffer 
( Benjamin Buck 
] Thomas P. Stran 
JD.R. Wilson 
( James B. Stansbury 
( Samuel Wilson 
J John P. Stroble 
I J. J. Beaman 
Peter Sauerwein', Jr. 



TH. G. KUTTER, Secretary. 



A DVERTISEMENTS. 



THE BALTIMORE 

COMPANY, 

MAKES 

INSURANCE ON LIVES 

For one or more years or for life — contracts si- 
milar in principle to insurances on ships and 
houses, by which families or creditors are protect- 
ed from loss by the death of a parent or debtor. 
Sells or purchases 

ANNUITIES; 

Contracts by which aged persons especially are 
enabled to receive a high rate of interest during 
their lives. 

Receives Money on Deposite, 

Permitting it to accumulate for any number of years 
at compound interest, or paying the interest semi- 
annually. 

EXECUTES TRUSTS, 

Where the intervention of a Trustee is necessary; 
thus avoiding the danger from death or insolvency 
of a private Trustee. 

Makes all kinds of Contracts 

In which life or the interest of money is involved. 
Office, No. 21 Second Street, Baltimore. 

JOHN I. DONALDSON, 

President. 
J. I. ATKINSON, Sec> 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




LIME AND HAIR FOR SALE. 

The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the 
public generally that he has on hand, and will constantly 
keep, LIME and HAIR, of the best qualities, suitable 
for all the purposes they are used, and which will be fur- 
nished to purchasers on the most accommodating terms, 
and as cheap as can be obtained in this city. Lime will 
be put in hogsheads or barrels in the best manner for wa- 
ter communication, and delivered on any of the wharves 
free of charge. 

ELIJAH STANSBURY, Jr. 
Corner of Albemarle and Fawn streets. 

LIME & FEED STORE. 

Com, Oats, Chopt Rye, Ship Stuffs, Shorts. 

A constant supply of the above for sale on accommo- 
dating terms, and in quantities to suit purchasers. Also, 

FIRST QUALITY LIME, 

Which will be delivered by the wagon load, or in smaller 
quantities, and put up in hogsheads or barrels for ship- 
ping at the shortest notice, at as low a price as possible. 
PLASTERING HAIR, fyc. 

C Ellicott St. } 
Lime and Feed Store, < and > Pratt St. Whf. 

( Grant St. ) 

JOHN STEWART. 



JACKSON & FRIES, 

(SUCCESSORS TO J. P. CASSELL,) 

AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENT MAKERS, 

No. 11 NORTH LIBERTY STREET. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THOMAS JANVIER, 

COMMISSION MERCHANT, 
No. 87 Smiths Wharf 

AGENT FOR THE FOLLOWING MANUFACTORIES, VIZJ 

1. Chain Cables, at Boston 

2. Gunpowder, at New-York 

3. Burden's Patent Wrought Spikes, Troy, N. Y. 

4. Burden's Patent Horse Shoes, at Troy, N. Y. 

5. Fire Proof Iron Chests, at New-York 

6. Crown Window Glass, at Redford, N. Y. 

7. English Crown Window Glass, in England 

8. Bohemia Cylinder Window Glass, in Germany 

9. Sand Lake Cylinder Window Glass, Utica,N.Y. 

10. Champlain and ) Cylinder Window Glass, at 
Peru 5 Burlington, Vt. 

11. White Lead, at Philadelphia 

12. Glue, at Philadelphia 

JOHN J. TAYLOR, 

FASHIONABLE READY-MADE 

CLOTHING EMPORIUM, 

No. 89 Market Street, 

Two doors West of South St. 

N. B. Clothes made to order on the shortest 
notice and lowest terms. 

FRANKLIN 
Corner of Calvert $> Mercer Streets, 

BY 

W1H. T. CAIiWEUL. 

^Turtle Soup, Soft Crabs, and Every 
Luxury, in season. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JAMES M. ANDERSON, 

S. E. corner of South <Sf Baltimore Streets, 

(second story,) 

Will execute Professional and Visiting Cards, La- 
bels, Diplomas, Circulars, Heads of Bills, Consu- 
lar and other Seals, Coats of Arms, Knockers, 
Door Plates, &c. in the most approved style. 

ALSO, 

Copperplate Printing. 
MORISON'S HYGEIAN 

SQ IB Q> U (D II NIB o 

It is not necessary to expatiate on the invaluable pro- 
perties of the GENUINE HYGEIAN VEGETA- 
BLE UNIVERSAL MEDICINES of the British 
College of Health, as their virtues are too well known 
to require it: but it is a duty we owe to the public to 
point out in what manner they may be assured of ob- 
taining the genuine article, instead of one or more of 
the numerous counterfeit preparations which are palm- 
ed off by rogues and imposters, either as "the genuine" 
or "improved," or under some other equally specious 
misrepresentation. 

Note —In the first place, Morison's Pills, the Ge- 
nuine Hygeian Medicine, can never be purchased at a 
drug store; and in the next place, they have the fac- 
simile of H. Shepheard Moat's signature, General 
Agent for the United States, and signed on the yellow 
label by 

THOMAS CAMPBELL, 
General Agent for Maryland, No. SO Light-St. 

And may be had of him, and John C. French, No. 33 
South-street, Catherine Paul, corner of German and 
Howard-streets, John McKeehnie, Fell's Point, George 
Little, Fell's Point/Samuel W. Whitelock,East Water 
street, D. Looyd, Water-street, William S. Browning, 
West Pratt street, James Leeke, Park lane, Baltimore. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Baltimore Museum 

AND 

Gallery of the Fine Arts, 

In the large building expressly erected for its exhibition 
at the 

Corner of Calvert & Baltimore-Sts. 

Near the City Hotel and Battle Monument. 

This Museum was incorporated by an Act of the Le- 
gislature of Maryland in 1816, and is one of the largest in 
the United States. It has lately become the property of 
a gentleman from New-York, who purposes to devote 
the whole of his time and means towards improving and 
embellishing it in the most perfect manner. Large ad- 
ditions have lately been made to it, among which may be 
named, the 

Cameleopard, or Giraffe, 

The only one in this country;— the ARGUS PHEA- 
SANT — a number of BIRDS of splendid plumage from 
South America and the East Indies — a large and full 
collection of marine and land SHELLS — a large number 
.of beautiful INSECTS— many FINE PAINTINGS by 
approved masters — and a large variety of INDIAN 
ARTICLES of great interest. The GREAT SKELE- 
TON OF THE MAMMOTH is now finely situated 
ibr examination. 

The COSMORAMIC VIEWS have been selected 
with much care and will be found very interesting. — 
They will be frequently changed. 

The PROMENADE on the roof of the building, from 
its great elevation, affords a beautiful panoramic view of 
the city of Baltimore, the adjacent country, and a portion 
of Chesapeake Bay. 

EXHIBITIONS IN THE SALOON, (one of the 
largest and best constructed in the city,) will be held fre- 
quently. Courses of Lectures in Chemistry and Natural 
Philosophy will also be given by professors. 
> Music every eveniag. Open every day, and illuminat- 
ed in the evening by numerous gas lights, when exhibi- 
tions of various kinds will be given in the Saloon. 

Admittance, at all times, 25 cents, Children half price. 

On extraordinary exhibitions, when expenses are pro- 
portionably increased, the price of Admittance will be 50 
cents. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



11. HICZMAH, 

Corner of Holliday <$• Markel-Sts. 
BINDS BOOKS 

Of every description at short notices. PAPER of 
all kinds, wholesale or retail. 

Regularly three times a week, Tuesday, Thursday 
and Saturday Evenings. 
Advances made upon Goods in my line, intend- 
ed for public sale. 

o-ooooooooo ooooooooo 

SPLENDID 

LAMPS, CTJEIBRT, 

GLASSWARE, &c. 

The subscriber has opened a most splendid as- 
sortment of LAMPS, CUTLERY, BRITANIA 
and GLASSWARE, which he has just received 
direct from England. The Lamps are of new pat- 
terns and of elegant appearance. The Cutlery is 
very superior, and the Britania and Glassware such 
as cannot fail to please, both with regard to shape, 
quality and beauty of finish. Among the latter are 
a number of Finger Bowls, of various colours— -a 
new article and very beautiful. The addition of 
the above to his present stock makes his assort- 
ment very complete, and he is now prepared to fill 
orders with punctuality and despatch, and respect- 
fully solicits the patronage of his friends and the 
public generally, at his store in the BAZAAR, 
HARRISON STREET. 

He would also respectfully inform the public 
that his extensive 

recently destroyed by fire, has been rebuilt, and is 
now again in full operation. He will thankfully 
receive orders in his line, either for home use or 
exportation. 

JACOB DALEY. 



ADVERTrSEMENTS. 



GERMAN AND AMERICAN 
JVb. 72 Pratt Street, 

NEAR THE BRIDGE, 

31 a 1 1 i m o v t. 

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(BUSSES 

COMPRESSED 

SHOT WORKS, 

Corner Eutaw fy Conway -Sts. 

Where are manufactured 

Musket, Rifle & Pistol Balls, 

Together with all the sizes of 

Also, the smaller sizes for DUCK SHOOTING. 
The superiority of this Shot consists in its being 
pressed in iron rollers, consequently is much hea- 
vier than the drop or tower Shot. Also, 

DROP SHOT OF ALL SIZES, 

From No. 1 to 10. 

OOOOOO-^^O OOOOOOOOOO 

THOMAS FISHER'S 

HTo. 6 LIGHT STREET, 

Opposite Beltzhoover's Fountain Inn, 

Where Broad Cloths, Cassimeres, Crapes, Velvets, Silks, Sa- 
tins, Shawls, Hosiery, Ribbons, &c. are Dyed in the neatest 
manner, and Ladies' and Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel of 
Cloth or Cassimere are cleansed or re-dyed at the shortest no- 
tice. He also cleanses, bleaches and curls the fringes of Me- 
rino Snawis in superior style. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CHEAP 

Furniture Store, 

Corner of Frederick fy- Second- Sts. 
FRANCIS GARDNER, 

Begs leave to inform his friends and the public in gene- 
ral, that he has on hand an extensive assortment of 

NEW AND SECOND HAND 



Consisting of Side Boards; Bureaus; Book Cases; Glass 
Cases; Mahogany and Walnut Dining and Breakfast 
Tables; Pine Kitchen Tables; Ladies' Mahogany Work 
Stands; Ward Rolers; Window Blinds; High and Low- 
Post Bedsteads; Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows; Ma- 
trasses; Toilet Tables and Work Stands; Candle Stands; 
Cane Seat and Common Chairs; Rocking Chairs of dif- 
ferent sorts; Settees; Office Desks and Stools; Mahogany 
and Poplar Cradles; Pier, Mantle and Toilet Looking 
Glasses; Mantle Clocks; Parlour and Kitchen Shovel and 
Tongs; Stoves and Coal Grates; Flat Irons, Pots, Skil- 
lets, Ovens and Griddles; Hot Barks; Safes; Coffee Mills; 
Andirons; Imported and Domestic Carpeting; Candle- 
Sticks, Snuffers and Trays; Waiters; Hoboy Horses; 
Guns and Pistols, &c. &c. &c. — all of which, will be sold 
at auction prices. 

N. B. TWO STEAM BOILERS of about "4 horse 
power, with other apparatus belonging, will be sold low. 

Lithographic Establishment, 

No. 80 JLight Street, 

T. CAMPBELL & CO. 

Execute on stone, at the shortest notice, all kinds of 
DRAWINGS. Also, all kinds of Writings, Maps, 
Plans, Professional Cards, Circulars, Bill-Heads, &c. 
in the best stile and on reasonable terms. 

N.B. Prepared Paper and Ink can be had at the es- 
tablishment, on which merchants may write for them- 
selves, and have it printed a fac-simile of their owh 
hand writing. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



MR.& MRS.WILKXSON'S 
Male & Female Academy, 

No. 16 Pitt- St., between High fy Front 
Mr. &, Mrs. Wilkison respectfully inform their 
friends and the public that they have Removed their 
Academy from No. 16 High-St. to the place above de- 
signated, where they will be ready to receive such 
Young Ladies and Gentlemen as shall be entrusted to 
their care, who will be carefully and thoroughly in- 
structed in the several branches of Education to which 
it will be found necessary to direct their attention. 

O^r* A few female pupils can be accommodated with 
Boarding. terms. 

Orthography and Reading, $4 00 

Penmanship, Geography, Arithmetick, English Grammar, 
together with the different kinds of Needle Work, (for 

Young Misses,) 5 00 

History, Natural Philosophy, and Latin Grammar, - 6 00 

Book-Keeping, Geometry, Astronomy, Use of Globes, 

Drawing Maps, Elocution, &c. &c. ... 8 00 

Stationery, per quarter, 37 cents. — Fuel, for the season, 75 cents. 

N.B. Night School will commence the 12M of October. 

oooo-oooooo-ooooo-oooo 

New Ii©oMiig Glass Store. 
ELIJAH S. FHYER, 

CARVER AND GILDER, 

Ifo. 2 North Gay Street, 

Informs his customers and the public, that he 
has for sale and manufactures. Gilt, Mantle and 
Pier LOOKING GLASSES, Portrait and Picture 
Frames. Drawings and Prints framed at short no- 
tices, of every variety of size and pattern OLD 
LOOKING GLASSES framed or taken in ex- 
change ; Curtain Ornaments, such as Poles, 
Rings, Ends and Centre Ornaments at the shortest 
notice; and Genendoles, Pier Tables, Brackets and 
all articles of fancy in my line of business of the 
latest and most approved patterns. Gentlemen 
wishing to have their piers and mantles furnished 
with superior French Plates, will please to leave 
their orders and they will be promptly attended to. 
Steamboats, Packets, &c. fitted with Looking 
Glasses in pannels or frames, at short notice. 

Looking Glass Plates of all sizes by the box or 
single plate. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




Umbrella* Parasol & Cane 

MANUFACTORY, 

JYo. 33 South St. 

JOHN C. FRENCH, 

Has Removed his Manufactory to No. 33 South Street* 
two doors below Jacob Rogers's Hat Store, where he ex- 
pects to be permanently fixed, and takes this opportunity 
of returning his thanks to the public generally for the li- 
beral patronage with which he has been favoured, and 
he hopes by diligence and attention to business still to 
merit a share of the same. He will endeavour to keep 
on hand at all times a first rate article of his ovyn man- 
ufacture, wholesale and retail — all repairs executed with 
the greatest despatch. 

N. B. He is a regular agent for the sale of Morrison's 
Hygeian Pills. 

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POLICE AND MAGISTRATE'S 

OPPIC2. 

The Subscriber takes this method of notifying 
his friends and the public, that he has Removed 
his Office into 

Immediately opposite to Water Street, to the place recent* 
v ly occupied by Charles Kernan, Esq. 

Where all the business peculiar to the Magistrate 
will be promptly and punctually attended to, and 
the well known and highly deserving Officers both 
in the police and civil departments, will continue 
their attendance at this office as heretofore. 

JOSEPH SHANE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WILSON & GARDNER, 

Having established themselves at 
JVb. 55, BALTIMORE STREET, 

Corner of Tripolett's Alley, over B. H. Richardson'* 

Dry Goods Store, 

Offer their services to their friends and the public as 

HOUSE SIGN, SHIP and ORNAMENTAL 

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Being now prepared to execute all orders in their 
line of business, on as reasonable and accommodating 
terms as any pother individuals in the city, they res- 
pectfully solicit a share of public patronage. 

N. B. As to character of workmanship, good refer- 
ence can be given to those who honour them with a 
call. Entrance on the Alley, first door. 




JTo. 198, BALTIMORE STREET, 



manufacturer of 



BASKETS AND COMBS, 

AND IMPORTER OF 

FRENCH AND GERMAN 

WHICH HE OFFBBS FOB BALE, 

wholesale: and retail* 

O^Jewiiry, Combs, and Baskets made and re- 
paired on pleasing termi. 



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BALTIMORE DIRECTOR, 

CORRECTED UP TO SEPTEMBER, 1835. 

For 1835—6. 

CONTAINING, WITH, (OB WITHOUT) 

A PI.4N OF THE CZT7, 

With References to Pvblio Buildings, 

Historical Sketch of Baltimore. 



Names and Occupations of the Householders, a List of 
e Streets, Lanes, Alleys, Wharves, &c. — a List of the 
Banks Insurance and other Companies, Custom House, 
Hours of Departure of Steamboats, Packets, Rail-Road 
Cars, &c &x. and a variety of other entertaining matter- 



BALTIMORE, 1835. 



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CONTENTS. 

Historical sketch of Baltimore. 

Its Corporate Immunities, Powers, &c. 

City Government. 

Public buildings &c. 

Churches. 

Rail Roads. 

Banks. 

Stages, Consuls, Insurance offices, Managers of the Poor. 

Names and Residences of Citizens, 

Streets, Lanes, Alleys &. Wharves. 



TO THE PUBLIC. 



After a lapse of two and an half years, (since 
the last Director was published,) we again present 
our fellow-citizens as well as strangers, with an- 
other edition of the "Baltimore Director, for 
1835 — 36." We will not dwell on the difficulties 
of calling at every house in the city to obtain the 
name, occupation, &c. of the tenant; of arranging 
all those names for the press; the time necessary, 
nor the expense of paper, printing, binding, &c; 
a little reflection will convince any individual that 
it is a most arduous as well as unpleasant task; and 
but one individual here who has performed it once 
will again attempt it: However, we, with the assist- 
ance of Mr. Edward Ing, and three other gentle- 
men, whom we have relied on for their known ac- 
curacy, industry, and intelligence, have waded 
through, and here's the book, we hope, as correct 
as any such publication can reasonably expected. 
Allowance must be made for the information given 
by illiterate persons, servants, children, &c. the va- 
rious spellings producing the same name, &c. 
We have only printed 750 copies, and will have to 
charge 25 cents advance from the old price, as we 
expressed in our prospectus. We offer our thanks 
to such as have encouraged our publication by sub- 
scribing, and pledging themselves to purchase. 

We add a Historical Sketch of Baltimore, and 
a variety of important information, which will be 
found very interesting not only to the old inhabi- 
tants, but to an enterprising and enlightened com- 
munity generally. R. J. MATCHETT. 



HISTORICAL SKECTH OF BALTIMORE. 



IN presenting the present edition of our Director to our 
patrons, we have thought it would not be unadvisabfe tofoffer 
something like a brief view of our city, from its earliest au- 
thentic history. In 1659 patents were issued for lands in 
Baltimore County to a colonel Utie, and it was at this period 
that it was erected into a county. 

In the year 1661, the first county court was held in Bal- 
timore county. On the succeeding year contracts were 
made for tobacco, deliverable at North Point. Amongst the 
first settlers north of the Patapsco river was a Mr. Abraham 
Clarke, a shipwright; so that we find even at this early period 
of our history, this deservedly popular class of mechanics, 
among the first to give tone and character, by their industry 
and enterprise, to that small beginning which has subse- 
quently grown with such giant strides, into a large, health- 
ful, and populous mart of commerce. But to come nearer 
home, and to develope something which may be considered 
as looking more like an approximation towards the nucleus of 
our city, it may be worthy of remark, that Mr. Charles Gor- 
8uch, of the Society of Friends, the same year took up and 
patented 50 acres of land on Whetstone Point. So slow and 
tardy was the spirit of settlement at this period, that although 
the purchase money was but 4s the quit rent 4s sterling, (per 
annum, and the alienation 4s sterling per 100 acres, payable 
in specie, tobacco or other products, the competitors for the 
proprietary grants were few in number, and applicants for 
them were viewed in the light of conferring, rather than re- 
ceiving favors. 

The next land within the limits of our city, which was taken 
up was by Mr. Alexander Mountenay, who took out a patent 
in 1663 for 200 acres running on either side of what is now 
called Harford Run. In 1668 Timber A r eck, lying between the 
heads of the middle and North branches of the Patapsco, was 
patented in the name of Mr. John Howard, and in the same 
year, Mr. Thomas Cole obtained a patent for 550 acres on the 
north of that granted to Mr. Howard; which he called Cole's 
Harbour. This tract extended for a considerable distance on 
each side of what is now called Jones's Falls, and it was here 
that the first houses of Baltimore town were built. Mr. Cole 
left an only daughter, who married Mr. Charles Gorsuch, and 
they jointly sold Cole's Harbour to a Mr. David Jones, from 
whom the stream thence took its name, as also Jones's street, 
which, by the sacrilegious interference of the ministers of 
the law, has been changed into Front street. We say sacri- 
legious, because we hold it that the ancient landmarks of 
towns, cities, and countries, should be cherished with the 
same reverential regards of family heir-looms. 
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Mr. David Jones is believed to have been the first actual 
settler, having built himselfa residence on the North side of 
the Falls, in the neighbourhood of the intersection of French 
and the late Jones, now Front street, near to where Finn's 
bridge now stands. Other additions were soon after made 
to this, what may, in fact, be termed the beginning of our 
city. Cole's Harbour having, in the mean time, passed into 
the hands of Mr. James Todd, the step-son of Jones, he sued 
out a resurvey. and obtained a new patent for it in 1096, by 
which it was called TodtVs Range, and contained 510 acres. 
Mountenay's Neck, by Mr. Todd's intermarriage with the 
daughter of Mr. Mountenay also passed into his possession, 
and he, by the marriage of his mother and self, with two of the 
principal landholders,became in turn an important personage. 

Other additions were now more freely made, and a spirit 
of acquisition gradually diffusing itself, Mr. Todd and wife 
disposed of parts of their property to a Mr. John Hurst, who 
kept an Jnn at or near Jones's, and to Mr. Charles Carroll, 
agent of the proprietary. 

Immediately after his purchase, Mr. Hurst mortgaged his 
property to Mr. Richard Colegate, who, it appears owned 
and lived on an estate on Colegate's Creek. 

In 1711 Mr. Carroll sold 31 acres of his part of Cole's Har- 
bour, to Jonathan Hanson, a millwright, who erected thereon 
the mill, whose remains are yet to be seen near White's dis- 
tillery ,'contiguous to theintersection of Bath and Holliday sts. 

In 1726, Edward Fell, a merchant from Lancashire, Eng 
who had settled on the east side of the Falls, took out an 
escheat warrant and employed a person by the name of Gist 
tofsurvey Cole's Harbour or Todd's Range, but a caveat being 
enteredby the sons of Mr. Carroll, a new grant was preven- 
ted. The whole number ofimprovements up to this time, as 
appeared by Mr. Gist's return of the survey, were 1 mill, 2 
dwellings, tobacco houses, orchards &c, and on vacancies 
1 other dwelling and tobacco houses &c. 

The first Church in the County, is said to have been located 
at the head of Bear Creek in Patapsco Neck, the Quakers 
however had previously held meetings at Mr. John Giles's at 
Upton Court, near Dugan's Ferry Point. 

Having thus given a birds-eye sketch of what may be es- 
teemed the "beginning," we must in our subsequent notices 
of events be still more brief, as our limits admonish us that 
we have no room for amplification. 

In 1705 BaJtinipre County had become so important by its 
interests and population, as to require a Sheriff, which office 
was filled by Mr. Aquilla Paca, and in the succeeding year 
we find that high dignitary in the person of Mr. Francis Da- 
lahide, so that rotation'm office was early engrafted upon our 
civil institutions, — and would seem to have meant something 
in those days, we were about to say — but the historical fact, 
of its lasting but for a year, would seem to require the ac- 
knowledgment,that the monopoly of office,the tenacious grasp 
of power, and the desire of feeding out of the public crib, 



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was one of those vices, which we inherited from our trans- 
atlantic fore-fathers; for the term of the successive Sheriff's 
office, were for three years— a period perhaps, short enough, 
and indeed may be said to contain the principle of rotation, 
as it is accompanied by intervals of supervening disquali- 
fication. 

In 1723 a free school was established in Baltimore County, 
and an endowment given to it; free schools in other counties 
having been previously created. 

In 1683 ports of trade were established by acts of assem- 
bly in Baltimore county, one on Patapsco near Humphrey's 
creek, another on Bush river, on the town land near the Court 
House. The next year another town was laid out on Middle 
river, and two years after, one on Spesucia creek, and an- 
other on Gunpowder at Westbury's point, but that on Middle 
river was suspended. The stranger who takes up our map 
to look for these towns, instinctively inquires, ''Where are 
they?" and echo answers, "Where are they?" — the historian 
replies, some lived but on record, and those which were, are 
now no more. 

In 1712 the seat of justice was at Joppa,which continued to 
be the county town for 50 years from the period of its being 
established. As late as the first quarter of the 18th century, 
the produce raised on the borders of the Patapsco was in- 
sufficient for the loading of ships in any reasonable time, and 
they therefore while receiving their cargoes remained off 
North Point, where they were convenient to receive the 
productions of other parts of Maryland bordering'on our nu- 
merous navigable rivers. 

In 1733 application was made to the legislature for ground 
to lay out a town on what is now called Moale's Point, which 
application was defeated by Mr. Moale, who happened to be 
a member of that body. The motives which actuated him 
have been assigned, but as with those we desire to have no- 
thing to do, whether they be selfish or otherwise, we shall 
content ourselves by saying be they what they may, they 
were short-sighted and injurious to his interests, and are 
still felt by his highly respectable heirs, who were thus de- 
spoiled of immense values, which otherwise would have en* 
sued .to the ample estate of their grand parent. 

Disappointed in locating the town on Whetstone Point, on 
the property of Mr. Moale, the men of that day, to whom we 
are indebted for our goodly city, defeated in their first pro- 
ject, were not to be thus repressed in their laudable spirit of 
commercial enterprise; the county commissioners, and others 
memorialized the legislature to that effect, and in 1729, that 
body passed an act, entitled, " An Act for erecting a town on 
the north side of Patapsco, in Baltimore County , and for laying 
out into lots, 60 acres of land in and about the place where John 
Flemming now lives. 

This indeed looks like a "beginning," of a town in good 
earnest Here is the designation of location and object — the 
"where and the whereabouts." — And we are, therefore, in- 
spired with the curiosity to inquire, where did this veritable 



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personage Mr. John Flemming reside; for that becomes a most 
important point of inquiry, in order that we may know the 
chosen spot whereon our ancestors erected those unerring 
ensigns, around which our ancient townsmen assembled, 
built unto themselves homes, and laid the foundation of their 
children's fortunes. Know then, that Mr. John Flemming 
was a tenant of Mr Carroll, "and resided in a house, then 
usually called a quarter, standing on the North Bank of Uhler's 
Run, and near to the residence of the late General John Striek- 
er in Charles street. By this act Baltimore was to, be a privi- 
leged place of landing, loading, and selling and exchanging 
goods. As this is a most important event in our history, we 
shall name the gentlemen first appointed town commissioners: 
they were Major Thomas Tolley, William Hamilton, William 
Buckner, Dr. George Walker, Richard Gist, Dr. George Buch- 
annan and Colonel William Hammond, whose appointment 
was for life, with the power of filling their own vacancies. 
The law authorized them to purchase the before mentioned 
60.acres of land, being part of Cole's harbour or Todd's Range, 
and to lay the same out in the most convenient manner into 
Go lots, to be erected into a town to be called Baltimore 
Town, in compliment te the proprietary, who was baron of 
Baltimore, his title being derived from a sea-port of that name 
in the county of Cork, Ireland. The first choice of a lot wa3 
to be reserved to the owner of the land, and no one to be al- 
lowed to take more than one lot for the first four months, 
nor any but the inhabitants of the county for the first six 
months, after which, untaken lots might be entered by any 
one. The right acquired by the purchasers of these lots, was 
in fee simplt, on condition that they erected on their respec- 
tive lots within eighteen months, a house that should cover 
400 square feet; in default of which the right of proprietor- 
ship reverted to the commissioners, who were empowered 
to make a sub-sale on similar terms. In December of the 
same year, the commissioners contracted with the Messrs 
Carrolls fortheland in question,on the following terms — they 
were to pay 40 shillings for each of the 60 acres in money 
or tobacco, at Id per pound. One other condition of the sale 
from the Messrs Carrolls to the commissioners was, that 
such lots as were not taken up and improved within seven 
years, were to revert back to them. 
On the 12th of January l730,the commissioners assisted by 
M Philip Jones,| the county Surveyor, land off the town,^ 
"commencing at a point near the northwest intersection of 
what are now called Pratt and Light sts. and running north- 
west along or near Uhler's alley, towards the great eastern 
road, and a great gulley or drain at or near Sharp street then 
across Long, now Baltimore street, east of the gulley north- 
easterly with the same road, afterwards called the Church 
road, and now McClellan's alley ,to the precipice which over- 
hung the falls at or near the south-west corner of St. Paul 
street and St. Paul's lane, then|with the bank of the stream 
southwardly and eastwardly, various courses into the low 
grounds ten perches west of Gay street, including the Fish 



OP BALTIMORE. 5 

street church lot, then due south along the margin of these 
grounds to the bank on the north side of the river near the 
south east corner of General Smith's licuse, and then by that 
bank various courses, nearly as Water street runs westerly 
and southerly to the first mentioned point." 

On the fourteenth of the same month, most of the lots were 
taken, but a few however remained untaken at the expiration 
of seven years and reverted to the original proprietor. 

Most of the early settlers appear to have been members of 
the Society of Friends, who were doubtless attracted here by 
the prospect of finding in a distant country that respite from 
persecution for religion's sake, which rendered them wretch- 
ed at home- Among them we find the families of the Gor- 
8uches,the Gileses, the Fellses,the Hopkinses, the Matthew- 
ses,and the Taylorses. 

In 1731 tiie town of Joppa being afflicted with the small 
pox, the legislature suspended the sittings of the court theer 
during that year, a circumstance the most unfortunate, as 
Baltimore was then about to commence the race of rivalry 
under auspices which at least justified the hope of success, 
ful competition 

A new town on the land of Mr. Richard Colegate was laid 
out in 1782 and called Jones's town, extending from Pitt to 
Front street; and has since been known as "Old Town." 

It is stated that there were exported from Maryland and 
Virginia as early as this period, annually, 60,000 hogsheads of 
tobacco, besides £1000 sterling worth of lumber and skins, 
employing 24 000 tons of shipping. 

As earl}- as 1735 the preservation of the navigation received 
attention, and masters of ves-els were prohibited from casting 
ballast into any creek or river emptying into the bay, as also 
into the bay itself, above Cedar Point 

The first brick house was erected in 1740, by an Irish gen- 
tleman by the name of Fotterall, who imported the materials. 
It stood near the north-west intersection of Calvert and 
Chatham now Fayette streets. 

In 1745 the two towns of Baltimore and Jones'Town (now 
Old Town) were erected into one town by the name of Bal- 
timore town; and the importance into winch the town had 
grown may be conceived from the fact, that the legislature at 
the same session, in their wisdom, passed a law by which 
geese and swine were prohibited from going at large— and 
another law was passed providing for the guage of barrels for 
pork, beef, tar, pitch and turpentine, the weight of pork and 
beef in barrels, and the marking of/are on flour barrels. This 
looking truly like an approach to commercial regulations, 
and was required by the increased trade of the town. 

In 1743, Leonard and Daniel Barnitz, of York, Pennsylva- 
nia, came here and erected a brewery on the south west cor- 
ner of Baltimore and Hanover streets: we mention this as it 
was the first established in our town; it has been of recent 
years, succeeded by those ranges of stores on both streets 
which add s,o much to the beauty and business ef that part 
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In this year also, a tobacco house was. erected on the west 
side of Charles street near the head of the inlet into which 
Uhler's spring emptied. A public wharf was also commen- 
ced at the south end of Calvert street, which for a number 
of years was called the "County Wharf." 

The following will show the slow progress which Baltimore 
had made up to 1752; at which time there were but 25 houses, 
and only 4 of them brick; and an advertisement in the Mary- 
land Gazette of the same year appears, by which it is made 
known that a schoolmaster "of a good sober character, who 
understands teaching English, writing and arithmetic, will 
meet with very good encouragement from the inhabitants 
of Baltimore Toivn, if well recommended." 

In 1754 a subscription was got up for building a Market 
house, and in 1773 the Markets were regulated by law. 

In 1/54, Mr.Moale„son of the gentleman to whom we have 
before alluded, built the brick store at the corner of Calvert 
street and Lovely lane, also the dwelling in the rear of St. 
Peter's church. Other houses were also built by other gen- 
tlemen;— some of them with imported bricks. 

In 1756 many of the French neutrals who were expelled 
from Acadia or Nova Scotia took refuge here, and located 
themselves on Charles street, south of Market, where they 
built small houses, which assumed the name of Frenchtown 
by which name it was designated for many years. 

In J7<i3 other portions of Baltimore County having been 
added to the town of Baltimore, Fell's Point was also added 
to it, upon conditions, however which secured her citizens 
certain exemptions, deemed valuable to them. 

In 1768, such had been the increase of the town, and the 
inconvenience to which the inhabitants were subjected in at- 
tending courts at«7u/?j7a,that a law was passed authorising the 
building of a Court house and prison, which were according- 
ly built, the former where the Battle Monument now stands, 
the latter adjacent to St. Paul's lane. The former remained 
until 1818 when the present Court house was completed, the 
last named was superseded by the new Jail in IfcOO. 

The first engine company was raised in this city in 1769,^ 
and remains to this day, bearing now, as then, the name of 
"The Mechanical Fire^ Company" — a company which, like 
those that have been subsequently formed, deserve a warm 
place in the affections of the people of Baltimore. 

The commercial advantages of Baltimore, its fine navigable 
waters, easy access to the noblest Bay in the world, in- 
creased and increasing agricultural productions of this state, 
and those parts of Virginia of which she was the market, 
had attracted no inconsiderable portion of commercial and 
mechanical enterprise and capital hither; and in 1771 we find 
the names of many of those individuals to whom she was sub- 
sequently so much indebted for her prosperity and vigorous 
growth. The professions of law and physic do not appear 
to have been so much in demand; for of the former there 
were but 9,andof the latter in and near the town there were 



OF BALTIMORE. 7 

but lljsince then however \he facilities of making lawyers and 
doctors have greatly increased, and with thesejeach profession 
has received a large accession of numbers, but whether either 
science has advanced in thelquality of its members, we pre- 
tend not to say. 

On the 20th of August 1773, Mr. Win. Goddard of Rhode 
Island commenced the publication of the first newspaper 
ever published in Baltimore, called the "Maryland Journal 
and Baltimore Advertiser. A line of packets and stages at 
the head of Elk, to and from Philadelphia was established, 
and a coffee house or hotel opened at the Point. 

Up to this period the hills on which the Cathedral now 
stands, the ground west of Green, now Exeter street, and the 
south shore of the river from Lee street to the fort point were 
covered either with forest trees or small plantations, and the 
grounds between Town and Point were an open common. 

The march of the population of the town up to the war of 
the revolution, 1776, had been a slow one, and this is a cir- 
cumstance calculated to excite our wonder, because it had 
enjoyed an increasing commerce for many years, and though 
its port of entry was Annapolis, its superior adaptation had 
always secured it a highly lucrative business. But let the cause 
of this tardiness of increase be what it may, the fact is an 
undeniable one, that at the commencement of the war of the 
revolution, our population amounted only to about 5,000 per- 
sons;but though small in nu mbers, they were stout of heart,and 
throughout the whole of that struggle, evinced a devotion to 
liberty which knew no medium— a love of country which ad- 
mitted of no compromise. To the numerical strength of the 
army, she laudably contributed by sending forth her sons to 
battle under the Eagle and Stripes; and when the loss of trade 
brought ruin and distress upon one portion of her citizens, 
those vvho were still so fortunate as to have escaped from 
the inflictions of such visitations, nobly came forward to the 
relief of their les3 fortunate fellow townsmen. Nor was this 
chivalric spirit confified alone to the male inhabitants; for 
the gentler sex— those lovely beings whom bounteous Provi- 
dence in his kindness appointed as our solace in adversity- 
vied with their husbands, brothers, and fathers, in works" of 
generous patriotism, of disinterested, pure love of country. 
Did the soldier approach them in sickness and want, they 
nursed him with the tendernes of sisters, and when he de- 
parted, it was under feelings too exquisite to give utterance 
to the measure of gratitude which he felt for those more than 
"Sisters of Charity"— who with the pious devotion of mothers 
had pillowed his aching head, bound up his wounds, and 
nursed him in sickness— but if he could not give utterance to 
the grateful emotions with which he was inspired, he felt 
them— exquisitively felt them— and he marched onward 
more than "thrice armed," because his cause was jusi," and 
female beauty and goodness had nerved his arm to strike for 
liberty. 

Among the brave officers who did such effective service in 
leading the Maryland line through every fortune of war— a 



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HISTORICAL SKETCH 



line which whether in victory or defeat, always sustained its 
honor, Baltimore town and county, sent forth her Howard, 
Gist, Hamilton, W. Sterett, James Winchester, G. Winches- 
ter, Ewing, Moore, Croxall, Norwood, Oldam, Colegate, 
Cromwell, Wilmott, Tool, Riley and McCabe, and with them 
sent many gallant hearts, who were recruited in the town or 
its vicinity, — and they sent also, among the officers of the 
German and rifle companies attached to Smallwood's brigade 
— to that stubborn brigade, whose insensibility to danger, ren- 
dered it incapable of knowing when it was beaten — attached 
to that brigade, they sent the brothers Mackenheimer, Kea- 
ports, Lohra, Meters, Gerock, Lindenberger, Ritter, Cole, 
{Smith, Fulford, Furnival, Moore, Plunket, R. Smith of W. 
and Hopkins, with a corresponding number of private sol- 
diers — and this outpouring of patriotism was from a popula- 
tion of 5,000. How these brave spirits bore themselves let 
the fields of Long Island, White Plains, of Trenton, the Cow- 
pens, Eutavv, and of Yorktown, and, indeed, almost every 
other field, attest. Wherever danger courted, there were 
they present — if wounded it was in front — if victorious, mercy 
to the captive was the only law they acknowledged, and if 
forced to retreat, it was with their faces to the enemy. At 
the Battle of White Plains — where an hundred of their com- 
patriots fell, — where many of them fleshed their maiden 
swords — such was their gallant bearing, that they were 
appointed to cover the retreat of the army. 

Jn 1731, when that generous Frenchman, whose honored 
manes repose beneath the soil of his own loved Lagrange, 
was marching his troops to the seige of York, — on their arri- 
val at Baltimore they were destitute of money, of clothing 
and provisions, and, as the natural consequence of their 
sufferings and their privations, broken down in health and in 
spirits. From the national treasury not a dollar was to be 
obtained — the military chest empty— and thus situated, La- 
fayette appealed to our merchants for a loan on his own 
personal security, the which was granted him with that 
promptness that generous souls know so well how to estimate. 
The appeal had been made to that community, who from the 
beginning of the contest, had, with the hand of prodigals, 
offered up their means,— whose sons had gone forth, unhid- 
den to ihe strife, armed with patriots' love and soldiers' 
courage,— and had the exigencies of the country required it, 
every male inhabitant, yet remaining, would have rallied 
under the banners of the brave Lafayette, and marched with 
him. jNor was this noble gushing forth of patriot zeal con- 
fined to the hardier ?ex.i The cloth for clothing for the army 
being procured, a serious difficulty presented itself, to obtain 
persons to make it up; but it was of short duration.; for it 
occurred where gentle bosoms throbbed but in unison with 
the cause of freedom, and the maids and the matrons of Bal- 
tiaione, turned out en masse, and became for the time, the 
seamstresses of that gallant armv, who on the 1 9th of Octo- 
ber following, carried the redoubts before York town, and 
compelled the brave, though haughty Cornwalhs, to surren- 



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der his whole force; and we would ask, is it a matter of sur- 
prise, that this veteran Briton should have been forced by 
the fate of war, to yield to the prowess of the legions of that 
"boy," as he contemptuously called Lafayette, when his 
army was panoplied in garments cemented by the toil of 
beauteous woman — whose ardent prayers for success had 
been already heard and registered above? 

This unexpected and disastrous turn to the British army, 
terminated the conflict, and though peace was not finally 
settled till 1783, the hostile array of bayonets, except in a few 
instances, where directed by the rancorous hate and subtle 
cunning of the tories, were then brought to an end. But, 
though relieved from the pressure of "war's desolation," 
Baltimore had come out of the contest poor in every thing 
but the gallantry of her sons, and the priceless virtue of her 
daughters; but in the possession of these, when backed by 
that irrepressible enterprise and unimpeached integrity of 
her merchants, she was truly rich. 

In 1782 our townsmen had so far recovered from that para- 
lysis consequent on a state of war, as to turn their attention 
towards paving the streets, and other regulations connected 
with building, and the removal of nuisances. A line of'stages 
was also established between this city and Philadelphia. 
The town at this time contained eight places of worship and 
is said to have numbered 8,000 inhabitants. 

On the 11th of April, 1783, the hostilities between the two 
countries were formally suspended by Congress, and on the 
night of the 21st of the same month, the inhabitants of Bal- 
timore town celebrated the joyful event by a general illumi- 
nation. The barriers to trade being now removed, our 
citizens were left free to indulge their spirit of enterprise as 
best comported with their views and interests: and we soon 
find the inventive genius of our countrymen awakened from 
a state of lethargy to one of healthful activity. The din of 
battle had hardly subsided before Mr. James Rumsey, of 
Caecil County, of this State, obtained an exclusive privilege 
from the General Assembly, for making and vending boats to 
be propelled by steam. In 1787 Oliver Evans's newly invented 
steam carriage was patented by the state, and the year fol- 
lowing, Mr. Cruse erected a steam-mill near Pratt-st. wharf. 
As our limits admonish us that we must be brief, we shall 
pass over many intervening events, and of course omit 
noticing the creation of many of those civil institutions, 
which arose out of the growing wants of our people, and only 
grasp at these more striking incidents which demand a place 
in a sketch of this kind. 

In 1790 the Bank of Maryland was chartered with perper- 
uai powers; this was not only the first bank in this city but 
in the state. In 1792 the branch of the old U. S. bank, com- 
menced its operations here. The influence of these institu- 
tions were soon felt in the increased facilities afforded to 
commerce, the augmented stir which it imparted to the 
mechanic arts, and in the general impulse which was given 
to business in every direction of our town. In this year our 



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population had, in its tardy advance, only reached 13,503 
souls; but its ratio of increase was not long destined to re- 
main at tins snail like pace; for although we have been four 
times visited with that dreadful scourge of humanity, the 
yellow fever, between that period and the year 1800, and in 
that year also, our population had increased to 26,014. in 
1810 to 35,583, in 1820 to 62,738, and in 1830 to 80,622. 

In 1796 the city was chartered, and henceforth was go- 
verned by a Mayor and Council. 

Thus it is evident that whatever had retarded our growth 
in population prior to the year 1790, had ceased to operate, 
and that our inarch was then onward. 

The causes which favorably influenced our future growth 
may not here be an unprofitable inquiry. The seeds of the 
revolution, which in 1791 were sown in France had been 
matured into life by those discontented and restless spirits 
which are to be found in all countries, and without entertain- 
ing any definite ideas of rational freedom, the cry of "liberty" 
had been raised by men who had no precise object in view, 
as was amply proved by the subsequent indiscriminate 
slaughter of the aged and the young of all sexes and con- 
ditions—and by the sentencing the virtuous and the good to 
the same fate with the vicious and the depraved. Such 
butchery—such deluging of streets with human blood, the 
dissemination of the odious system of morals, and the utter 
prostration of religion as marked the mad career of the mad 
actors in this nefarious crusade against human life, soon 
alarmed the other powers of Europe, and France, revolution- 
ary France, found them as with one arm rallied against her. 
I he whole continent at war with her, and France herself 
convulsed with a revolution which uprooted all that was holy 
in the sight of God or man — deluged her territory with its 
best blood, and suspended the industry of the artizan and 
the labors of the husbandman In this state of affairs at 
home, the brutal advocates of the Guillotine, the Robbes- 
pieres, the Marats and the Dantons, and those other sanguin- 
ary directors of the whirlwind, which was sweeping every 
thing righteous and good to destruction and ruin, at home, 
instigated the slaves of St. Domingo to turn their knives 
against the lives of their masters. "Liberty and equality"— 
words which are thrice hallowed in the sight of rational free- 
oom, were rendered odious by those demons in human 
shape, who perverted them to purposes from which truth, 
honor, justice and humanity, shrink away in horror and dis- 
gust. But in the midst of "all this deadly strife— out of the 
very elements of evil, good ensued to us. The whole conti- 
nent of Europe in arms; America became its carriers, — and 
Baltimore in the rivalry which ensued for the rich boon, 
which was thus presented, became a successful and most for-' 
tunate competitor. Our clippers— those winged messengers 
of commerce, whose speed have given to our shipwrights an 
enviable name in every clime— were seen whitening the en- 
tire coast of France— and the insurrectionary West India 
colonies were alike the objects of their enterprise. 



OF BALTIMORE. 11 

To these causes mMst we date that sudden change in the 
tide of events which led on to our fortune. Our proximity 
to the revolted Islands — the fleetriess of our vessels, the enter- 
prise of our merchants, the skill of our mechanics, all com- 
bined to throw the entire trade of supplying both France and 
them, into our possession. The shipwright, the blacksmith, 
the rope maker, the sail maker, and every other trade con- 
nected with the construction and fitting out of vessels, were 
put under immediate contribution, and the busy hum and bus- 
tle of active industry was to be seen and heard in every direc- 
tion. Vessels of all sizes — houses of all descriptions, as with a 
magic wand, were created. Commerce, with its invigorating 
effects,was pouring in upon us from every quarter, and with it 
came an influx to our population, which put to blush all former 
calculations upon the ratios of increase. Thus enjoying these 
enviable advantages, our town rapidly advanced in wealth 
and population, in despite of the dreadful visitations from the 
yellow fever in 1794, 7, 9 and 1800, '19 and '20. During the 
revolution of France and the insurrection of her colonies, we 
received many valuable emigrants from each; for the peace- 
loving citizen of the one, as well as the exile of the other, 
sought an asylum here from the turmoil and blood, which 
rendered their remaining in either insecure. 

But these halcyon days of commercial prosperity were not 
to be enjoyed without jeoparding the future peace of the 
country. Collisions between us and England arose out of 
our commerce with France. She assumed pretensions, and 
asserted rights, not justified by the laws of nations, nor sanc- 
tioned by that spirit of liberty so cherished by our people. 
Those collisions led to the war of 1812, which, however, was 
not resorted to until the cup of forbearance was drained to 
the very dregs; and unfortunately for the country, not until 
the national coffers were empty. But freemen who know 
their rights, never calculate the cost when their national 
honor is insulted, and we entered into that conflict with little 
else than a good cause and brave hearts to carry us through. 
And Baltimore, whose uncompromising hostility to the enemy, 
whose gallant privateers had met and conquered British 
merchantmen in every sea, excited the hatred of the govern- 
ment to that degree that our city was marked as an object of 
vengeance. Our bay infested with a large and well appointed 
fleet, conveying a well disciplined army; our government is 
applied to for succor; but Baltimore is told there is no means 
in the possession of government, and thus she was thrown 
upon her own resources for defence. The occasion was full 
of danger and of peril — but our citizens proved themselves 
equal to it. The means were raised and the city successfully 
defended, and that enemy, who, bending beneath the laurels 
gained on European fields, was forced to retire before our 
works, defended almost exclusively by militia. 

The war having been ended by the treaty of December, 
1814, and the intercourse between the two countries resumed 
in February 1815, a too unguarded enterprise succeeded, and 
commercial speculation end daring was carried so far that in 



12 HISTORICAL SKETCH, &LC, 

1819, one of those relapses ensued, which palsies the ener- 
gies of whole communities. We suffered from it with an in- 
tensity that has taught us a lesson which at least should make 
us wise by the force of the most melancholy experience. In 
1825 we sustained another revulsion, and the derangement 
of the monetary operations of 1833, was also to us a sore 
affliction; but owing to a healthful pre-existing condition of 
our people, arising, perhaps, from the wisdom they had 
learned in 1819, the failure of the Bank of Maryland, the 
suspension of several Savings Institution?, and of two Insu- 
rance Companies, intimately connected with the moneyed 
concerns of the city, Baltimore has stood it all like a strong 
man, and is at this day enjoying a business, which vouchsafes 
to her citizens ample reward for all their toil, industry and 
capital. 

Since the period of the French revolution, many valuable 
institutions have grown up among us. Churches dedicated 
to the service of the Most High, a new and splendid Court 
House, private charities, Jail, Penitentiary, Exchange, Ma- 
sonic and Odd Fellows Halls, Banks, Insurance Companies, 
Turnpikes, Rail Roads, and in fine nearly ail that the wants 
of our people required have been provided;|J-and now, with 
our Rail Roads and Canals in progress and completed, seek- 
ing the West and the East and the South, through valley and 
over mountain, in every direction; with our noble bay and its 
countless tributary streams, affording on their bosoms the 
mediums of conveyance, we are overcoming spaee and in- 
viting trade from every point of our immeasurable country, 
and Baltimore may, in truth be said, to be on the great high- 
way which must ensure her a proud eminence among the 
family of American cities.^ But if it would not be amiss, we 
might here observe, that if we desire to make our market as 

j , acceptable to our Western, Southern and South Western 
Merchants, as its local position entitles it to be, more capital 
must be iuvested in foreign commerce. Packets to England 
and France should be established, and this alone will attract 
capital from other places to our doors, to be invested in that 
peculiar branch of trade; the increased facilities of transpor- 

£, tation will assuredly divert to our port a portion of that/bretg-n 
capital, and those foreign agencies,which have built up New 
York, and placed it a century in advance of her sisters. — 
Whilever we draw many of our supplies from second-hand 
sources, it will continue to operate to our prejudice, and ren- 
der us secondary, when our situation would indicate our 
enjoyment of a relation far more acceptable to our patriotism 
and our pride. 



CITY OF BALTIMORE: 

Its Corporate Immunitiks, Powers, 5tc. 

The Mayor is appointed every two years, immediately by the 
people. The first and second branches of the City Council are 
aiso elected by the people, the first annually and the second bi- 
ennially. The elections for Mayor and Councilmen are held by 
judges appointed by the Mayor The City is laid off into twelve 
wards. Each send 2 members to the first and 1 to the second 
branch of the Council The Mayor and members of the second 
branch of the City Council, must be assessed on the Assessor's 
books to the amount of $500 — the property qualification of the 
members of the first branch is §300. The Mayor has a negative 
power over all laws passed by the Council, has the right of nomi- 
nating all officers to the Council and of discharging them for 
misconduct. The Council approve or disapprove his nomination 
as they may see fit. In the recess of the Council the Mayor can 
fill all vacancies The Corporation, that is, the Mayor and City 
Council, have full power to pass all ordinances necessary for 
paving, repaving and lighting the streets, lanes and alleys, to 
sink welld, to license and regulate brokers, hacks, coaches, &c. 
kept for hire, carts, wagons, porters and watermen, to make all 
regulations respecting the same, to prohibit the erection of 
wooden buildings, provide magazines for gunpowder, to prevent 
the storage of combustible matter in the city, to erect or build 
houses of correction, hospitals, post houses, to make assessments 
of property as often as necessary; to punish slaves corporeally for 
breaking of ordinances; to prevent the making of docks or canals; 
to lay off streets; to regulate weights and measures; to prevent 
and remove nuisances; to lay and collect taxes to a certain per 
centum and enforce the collection of the same; to contract loans 
and issue certificates of stock, not exceeding one million of dol- 
lars; to preserve O'der, secure property and persons fi om violence, 
danger or destruction, protect the public and city property: to 
promote the great interests and insure the good government 
of the city; to provide for and regulate the weighing of hay; to 
establish public schools and lay taxes for their support,as also for 
the bupport of the city government. 

OUTLINES OF THE CONSTITUTION OF MARYLAND. 

The Constitution of this State was first formed in 1776; since 
which time many amendments have been made. 

The Legislative power is vested in a Senate, consisting of 15 
members, and a House of Delegates, consisting of 80 members; 
and these two branches united,are styled the General Assembly 
of Maryland 

The members of the House of Delegates, four from each county, 
are selected annually by the people, on the first Monday in Oc- 
tober; and the members of the Senate are elected every fifth ye* r 



14 CITY OF BALTIMORE. 

on the Ihird Monday in September, at Annapolis, by electors 
who are chosen by the people on the first Monday of the same 
month of September. These electors choose by ballot 9 Sena- 
tors from the Western Shore, and 6 from the Eastern, who hold 
their office five years. The executive power is vested in a Go- 
vernor, who is elected annually on the first Monday in January, 
by a joint ballot of both Houses of the General Assembly. No 
one can hold the office of Governor more than three years suc- 
cessively, nor be eligible as Governor until the expiration of four 
years alter he has been out of that office. The Governor is 
assisted by a Council of five members, who are chosen annually 
by a joint ballot of the Senate and House of Delegates The 
General Assembly meets annually (at Annapolis) on the last 
Monday in December. The Council of the Governor is elected 
on the first Tuesday in January; the Governor nominates to office, 
and the Council appoints. 

The Constitution grants the right of suffrage to every free, 
white, male citizen, above 21 years of age, having resided twelve 
months within the state and six months in the county, or in the 
city of Annapolis or Baltimore, next preceding the election at 
which he offers to vote. 

The Chancellor and Judges are nominated by the Governor, 
and appointed by the Council; and they hold their office during 
good behaviour. 

[The Legislature formerly met on the first Monday in Dec, 
and the Governor was elected on the 2d Monday of Dec; but the 
Constitution was altered at the session of 1823, and confirmed 
in 1824.] 

CITY GOVERNMENT. 

Mayor — General Samuel Smith — Salary $2,000. 
Register.— Emanual Kent — Salary $1,500 
City Attorney — George Gordon Belt — Salary $600. 
Collector of Taxes.— Francis J. Dallam 

City Commissioners and Port Wardens. — William Robinson, 
James Curley — Salary $750 each per annum, cleric, John H. 
Dorsey — Salary $650. 

Commissioners of Health— Jacob Deems, Peter Foy, William 
Stewart — Salary $600 — clerk, David Harris — Salary $500. 

Consulting Physician— Dr. Horatio G Jjameson — Salary $700. 
Health Officer— Dr. Samuel B. Martin— Salary $500. 
City Messenger— Samuel Myers— Salary $525. 
Harbour Musters— Thomas A.Lane, Western District, receives 
20 per cent commission for collecting wharfage,last year received 
$1952, collected by him $7808 James Cole, Eastern District — 
receives 50 per cent commissions, last year received $382. 53 t 
amount collected by him $765,05. 

Inspector of Butter and Lard— Philemon Towson — received last 
year $1670 87. 

Inspector of Flaxseed,FeYix Denviev— Fees last year, $ 172 87 
" of Beef and Pork — E. P Barrows, do 1,336,50 

H if Weights and 'Measures — J no. Lamb, do 687,20 

" of Long and Dry Measure — "\Vm. Baner. do 345 00 

«« of Pot and Pearl Ashes — Robert Aitken. (none) 



CITY OF BALTIMORE. 



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Inspectors of Turpentine — Hugh Bolten, Fee3 52,72 

" of Lime and Charcoal— Wm A. Fisher, Fees 972,00 
« of do. do John Dutton, Fees 768;37 

" of Staves and Heading — five in number receipts only 
from two, the emolument trifling-. 

Msayer of Silver Plate— Samuel Steele— Fees $72,25 

Weighers of Hay and Straiv— John Wysham, eastern, Frede- 
rick Messing, western $750 
Keeper of Calvert street Spring— James Chalmers. J 

" Charles street do. Giles I.. Copes. £ $200 each. 

" Eastern street do. John Brannum. J 

Keeper of the Powder House— James McCreary, $600 

" Public Walk — Andrew Simpson, 100 

Superintendent of Streets and Pumps— John Lauderman, John 
Fisher, Georg£ Milleman, George Ferguson, Wm. Roney, Robert 
H. Bradley— Salary $450 each 

Superintend, of Chimneys — Edward O'Leary, 1st Dis. 779,24 
Isaac Glapp, 2nd do. 1118,47 

Richard Hedrick, 3rd do. 1654,40 
John Ensor, 4th do. 795,17 

John W. Carter, 5th do. 1000,87 
Henry R Musser, 6th do. 706,48 
Abraham Bush, 7th do. 683,48 
Wm. K. Boyle, 8th do. 634,40 
Edward Ou'stler, 9th do. 693,33 
Danl. McJilton, 10th do. 295,12 
According to the returns of the Superintendents of Chimneys, 
the total number of houses in the city is 3,541, the new ones built 
in 1834, 583. 

Clerk of the Centre Market — Nicholas Brewer — Salary $500 
Assistant do. Geo. S. Wimmell — Salary 350 

Clerk of FelVs Point do. Daniel James — Salary 300 
Clerk of Hanover do John Simmons — Salary 

Clerk of Lexington do. Wm. Ball, Jr. do. 350 

Assistant do. do. John D .Miller, do- 250 

Clerk of Bell Air do. Thomas Mullen, sen. do. 150 
Justices of the Peace to receive the reports of the Night Watch, 
James Blair Wm. A Schaffer, and Robert .1 Uutton — $100 each, 
Captains oj the Night Watch, Eastern District — Daniel Per- 
rigo, William Tucker— Middle District, A, 1. W. Jackson, James 
Mullen — Western District, Thomas Muden, John W. King. Each 
Captain receive 30 dollars per month. 

Lieutenants of the Night Watch and City Police officers — 
George B Sumwalt, Henry G. Freeburger, John Wright, James 

Armons, Philip Staylor, John Zell, John C. Hennick, 

Hair, William S.Young, Carvill Conway, Thomas Cafferty, 
Richard Will Hams. Each 20 dollars for night duty and 220 dol - 
lars per annum for additional services 

City Bailiffs — 1st Ward Thomas S. Harrison, Henry Ruley. 
2d Ward B. H. W. Bateraan, Thomas Brown. 
3rd do. Francis Murray, Samuel Burnham. 
4th do Ezekiel Mills, John Burnham. 
5th do. Saml. M Richardson, Gabriel Smithson. 
6th do. Wm. Edgar, John L. Dubois. 



16 CITY OF BALTIMORE. 

7th do. James Welsh, Edward C. Taylor. 

8th do Jacob Suter, Levi Lewis. 

9th do. George Smith, Stephen Darden. 

10th do. Isaac Walmsley, Jacob B Shield. 

11th do William Jordan.John L. Dubois. 

12th do. Christian Nagle, Nicholas Wyant. 

Salaries of the whole, 715 dollars. 

Reviewers of Flour— George Baxley, Henry P. Sumner, mer- 
chants—John Super, Henry White, William Wierman, Bakers- 
Isaac Hollinsworth — Miller 

Trustees of the Poor— William Dickinson, Archibald Sterling, 
John King, Matthew Bennett. 

Assessor Additional Assessment, 1835 — Charles Farquharson, 
R. B. Varden, Thomas Stansbury. 

Arbitrators upon inspection of Sole Leather 5?c. 

ThomasjSewell, Mark Jenkins, Elmore Hewett. 
Arbitrators upon inspection of Green Hides, Skins $?c. 

Alexander Gould, Butcher, William Miller, tanner, Joseph 
Davenport, dealer in leather 

Board of Appeal on the inspection of Lime. 

John Wilson, Edward Green, James Allen 
Commissioners of Tax — Charles Howard, Archibald Sterling, 
John Dushane, James Hooper, John King. 

Commissioners of Public Schools — Edward Dennison J. I 
Cohen, jr. Peter Fenby, F Lucas, jr John Reese, Samuel Moore, 
Francis H. Davidge, Win. Reaney The expense of these schools 
for 1834 was 13, 21 J 51 dollars. The five public school buildings 
are calculated to accommodate 3000 children — The present num. 
ber of scholars are about 800. 

Watch Houses — Three in number. — The Centre at the corner 
of North street and Orange alley; the Eastern, corner of Market 
and Alice Anna streets, Fells Point; the Western in Paca street 
near Fayette. 

The Mayor's Office, Collector's Office, Register's Office, Com- 
missioners of the City and Commissioners of Health Offices, are 
all in the City Hall, and the City Council, comprised of a first 
and second branch, hold their sessions there also — all the former 
departments on the first floor — the two latter occupy apartments 
on the second. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS, &c. 

Oily Hall — Situated on the East side of Holliday street, North 
of the lot belonging to the German Lutheran Church, and a short 
distance South of Saratoga street. 

The Lazaretto and Quarantine Ground — Building on the East 
side of the Patapsco River, about three miles from the City 
Wharves. 

Fort Mc Henry — Situated on the West side of the Patapsco, 
opposite the Lazaretto. 

Court House — Situated on the West side of North Calvert 
street extending from Court House lane to Lexington-st. on its 
Eastern front, and together with the lot attached thereto, occu- 
pying the entire square comprised between Court House lane on 
the South, Calvert street on the East, Lexington street on the 
North and St. Paul's street on the West. In this building the 



CITY OP BALTIMORE. 17 

County, City and Orphans 1 Courts with their respective offices 
are held The Sheriff, County Commissioners and Insolvent 
Commissioners also keep their offices there. 

Judges of the County Court —Judges Archer, Mag-ruder and 
Purviance. Sits for county business on the first of April and 
November — for city business first Monday in each month, except 
April, August and November. 

Judges of the City Court— Judges Brice, Nisbet and Wor- 
thington. Sits for the trial of criminal cases, 2d Monday in Feb- 
ruary, 1st Monday in June and November. 

Judges of the Orphans Court — Judges Harvvood, Payson and 
Ridgate. Register — David M. Perine. Hold their Court in 
each day of the week except Sunday. 

University of Maryland. — This University has four faculties — 
Divinity ; Law, Physic and the Arts and Sciences — the faculty of 
Physic have a splendid building called the Medical College, situ- 
ated at the intersection of Lombard and Green streets. Attached 
to the University is the Baltimore College, situate on Mulberry 
street, opposite Cathedral street, as also an Infirmary, situate on 
the corner of Lombard and Green streets. 

Washington Medical College — This institution formerly had a 
College on Holliday street; but have recently sold the building, 
and are erecting another in the Eastern part of the city. 

St Mary's College and Theological Seminary — Situate on 
Pennsylvania Avenue, about a hundred yards Northerly from 
Franklin street. 

Asbury College — Corner Fayette and North streets. 
Public Schoots. — No. 1 male and No. 2 female, corner of Green 
and Fayette streets. Male No. 2, Market street, Fell's Point. 
Male No. 3, Aisquith, near Pitt street. Female No. 1, Market 
strete Fells Point. Male No. 3, Bazaar, Hanover street. There 
is also another, corner of Hanover and Lee streets. 

Free Schools. — The Oliver Hibernian F:ee School, in North, 
near Saratoga street. McKim's, corner of East Baltimore street 
and Harford Run. The Hon. Isaac McKim has established 
another at the corner of East Baltimore and Aisquith streets. 
This act of munificence on the part of this gentleman, is alike 
worthy of himself and his princely means. The Roman Catholic 
Free School, Saratoga, near North street. Methodist Free School, 
North Calvert street, near the City Spring. St. Peter's Episco- 
pal Church Free School, on German lane, near Sharp street. — 
Female Asylum and Roman Catholic Free School, Franklin, near 
Park street. 

Infant Schools — Of these there are seven. 
Sunday Schools. — There are 3,200 boys and 2,000 girls in 
charge of the several institutions of this denomination attached 
to the respective religious sects in this city. 

Baltimore Library, and Dancing Assembly Rooms, corner of 
Holliday and Fayette streets. 

Theatres. — Holliday street, North street and Front street. 
Exchange, Commercial Reading Room and Tavern, Custom 
House, and U. S Branch Bank — Occupying the Eastern 
square fronting on Gay Second and Water streets — the United 
•tates Bank occupying that part situate North West corner of t 



18 CITY OF BALTIMORE. 

buildings situate in Gay and Second streets, front on Second— 
the Custom House the South West corner, fronting on Water 
street — the Commercial Reading Rooms and Tavern, occupying 
the remainder of the building, fronting on Gay, Second and Water 
streets, the principal entrance to the Tavern being from the 
splendid new building on the South- West corner of the lot on 
Water street. 

Markets. — Centre Market, corner of Baltimore street and 
Marsh Market Space, opposite Harrison street. Lexington 
Market, corner of Eutaw and Lexington streets, chief front on 
Paea street. Hanover Market, Hanover, South of Pratt street. 
Fell's Point Market, Market street, Fell's Point, between Thame* 
and Alice Anna street. liel-Air Market, situate on North Gay 
street, between Gay and Low streets. Horse Market, Swan 
street, between Market Space and the Falls. Fish Market, Fish 
Market Space, running from Centre Market Space to the Falls. 
Richmond Market, Richmond street. 

Arcades. — Two adjoining each other, West side of Marsh Mar- 
ket Space, between Second and Water streets — the Maryland 
and the Union. 

Bazaars. — Daley's, in Harrison street; one on the East side of 
Market street, Fell's Point, and another at the Lexington Market; 
another North East corner of Hanover and Camden streets. 

Fountains, or city public Springs. — North Calvert, near Sara, 
toga street; corner South Charles and Camden streets; head o 
Marsh Market Space; corner of Pratt and Eden streets. 

Water Works. — Reservoirs North corner of Calvert and Mad- 
ison streets and Calvert and Monument streets; Office North Gay 
near Second. 

Pavillion Baths. — Corner East Saratoga and Davis streets. 

Commissioners of Insolvent Debtors — Messrs. Eichelberger, 
Finley and Davidge. Clerk, Stephen H. Moore. Sit daily, Sun- 
day excepted. 

County Commissioners — Messrs. Ellicott, Hoshell and Holmes, 
Clerk, Elhauan Young. The Commissioners are elected annually 
by the voters of Baltimore County. 

The Jail. — Situate on the East side of Jones's Falls, on the 
West end of the same square of the Maryland Penitentiary, front- 
ing on Jones's Falls, opposite Howard's Park. Warden, David 
Hudson. 

The Maryland Penitentiary is situated immediately North of 
the Jail, fronting on the jSouth, bounded by Forest and Madi- 
son streets and running back to the property formerly owned 
by Dr. Stevenson. Keeper, Joseph Owens. 

Masonic Hall.— Situate on the East side of St. Paul street, 
North of Fayette, and bounded on its North front by Court House 
lane. The United States Circuit and District Courts hold their 
sessions here. Elas Glenn District Judge. The Circuit Court 
has for its presiding Judge, the Associate Justice of the Supreme 
Court for the Maryland District, at present vacant by the resig- 
nation of Judge Duval. Thomas Spicer, Clerk; Nathaniel Wil- 
liams, District Attorney; 

Circuit Court is held 8th April and 8th November— theMarshall. 
first Tuesday of March, June, September and DecemberDistrict 



CITY OF BALTIMORE. 19 

Maryland Hospital — Situated on an eminence in the Eastern 
part of the city, fronting on the old Joppa road, and about a hun- 
dred yards East of the road leading- from Market street Fell's 
Point to the new cut Bell Air road, and about the same distance 
South of Monument street. It is at present superintended by 
the Sisters of Charity. 

General Dispensaries. — There are two of them, the one situ- 
ated at the corner of Holliday street and Orange alley, the other 
at the intersection of East Baltimore street and Harford street 
and the bridge. 

Gas House — Corner of North and East Saratoga streets. 

Museum — North West corner of Baltimore and North Calvert 
streets. 

Odd Fetloivs Hall — North Gay street, North of Orange alley. 

CHURCHES, MEETING HOUSES, &c. 

Roman Catholics. 

1. The Cathedral, intersection of Mulberry and North Charles 
street, a massy and beautiful granite structure, 156 feet long. 

2. St. Peter's, intersection of Saratoga and Little Sharp streets. 

3. St. John's, corner of Saratoga and Park streets. 

4. St- Patrick's, corner Market and Bank streets, F. P. 

5. St. Mary's, Pennsylyania Avenue, on the Seminary lot. 

Protestant Episcopalian. 
Christ Church, corner Baltimore and Front streets. 
St. Paul's Church, corner Charles and Saratoga streets. 
St. Peter's Church, corner Sharp and German streets. 
Trinity Church, between High and Exeter, near Wilk St. 
Grace Church, Wiliiams street, Federal Hill. 

Presbyterians. 
1st Presbyterian Church, corner Fayette and North streets. 
2d do do do East Baltimore & Lloyd. 

3d do do North Eutaw st. near Mulberry. 

4th do do Courtland street. 

5th do Associate Reformed, Fayette near Liberty st. 

Baptists. 
1st Baptist Church, corner Lombard and Sharp streets. 
2d do do Fleet street, F. P. 

3d do do Ebenezer Baptist, North Calvert, near 

[Lexington street. 
4th do do North, near Lexington street. 

Lutheran. 
English Lutheran, Lexington, near Howard street. 
German Lutheran, North Gay, near the Shot Tower. 
German Reformed, Second, near South street. 
German Evangelical Reformed, Conway, between Sharp 

[and Hanover streets. 
Methodists. 

1. Light street, near Baltimore. 

2. Eutaw street, near Mulberry. 

3. Exeter street, near Gay. 

4. Caroline street. 

5. In Wilkes street, near Market Fell's Point. 



20 CITY OF BALTIMORE. 

6. Corner Sharp and Barre street. 

7. McKendreau Chapel, Lombard, near Eutaw street. 

8. Wesleyan Chapel, Sharp, near Lee street. 

9. Corner of Monument and Sterling streets. 
10. W. Fayette street. 

Protestant Methodists — 1 St. John's, Liberty street 
Do. do 2nd corner Aisquith &, Pitt fits 

Do. do. 3rd. Harford Avenue 

Friends or Quakers Meeting Houses. 
1st. cor. Pitt and Aisquith streets. 
2nd. Lombard street near Howard. 
3rd. corner Saratoga and Coui Hand streets. 
Unitarian Church— Corner North Charles & Franklin sts 
Sweedenbergean — Comer East Baltimore &, Exeter sts. 
Jews — High, South of Low street. 
Tunkers — Corner of Paca and Lombard streets. 
Independent Tabernacle — Courtland street, occupied 
by the Universalists. 

Seamen's Union Bethel — Fronting the harbor, South of 
Thames street. 

African Places of Worship. 
Methodists. — Sharp near Pratt street, 
do Potter street, 

do Strawberry Alley. 

do Saratoga street, near Gay. 

Episcopalian. — North, near Saratoga street. 
Monuments. — Washington, Monument St. — Battle Mon- 
ument, North Calvert street. 
Post Office— Corner North and Fayette streets. 



RAIL ROAD COMPANIES. 

Office of Baltimore and Ohio Rail-Road Co. 
Corner Calvert and Fayette-sts. over Mechanics' Bank. 

The Cars on this Roadl eave the Depot at the comer of 
Charles and Camden Streets — For Harper's Ferry, at 6 
o'clock, A. M. For Frederick, at 6 o'clock, A. M. and a Car 
for the western travellers in the eveuing. For EllicotVs 
Mills, at 8 o'clock, A. M. and at 12, noon; a train at half past 
5 in the evening. For Washington City, at 8 o'clock, A. 
M. and 4 o'clock, P. M. 

Baltimore 8f Susquehanna Rail-Road Office, 
Second Street, near the Exchange, 

The Cars leave the Belvidere Depot, For Owings 1 Mills 
and Timonium, at half past 9 o'clock, A. M. and 4 o'clock, 
P.M. 



BANKS. 

Office of the Bank of the United States. 

Discount days, Tuesday and Friday. William Patterson, President; 
John White, Cashier. Directors, F. W. Bruue, Thomas YVilson, John 
McKira jr., Robert Gilmor, Samuel VV. Smith, James Beatty, Samuel 
McDonald, Solomon Betts, Robert A. Taylor, Samuel Hoffman, Thomas 
Edmondson, William Riergin — elected December. 

[A committee of the Merchants' Bank of Baltimore have concluded an 
arrangement with the Office of the Bank of the United States in this city, 
by which the whole of the business of the latter institution, together 
with the banking house, will be transferred to the Merchants' Bank on 
the first of October next.] 

Bank of Baltimore. 

Discount days, Tuesday and Friday — Dividends, 1st Monday in June 
and December — Wm.Lorraan, president; James Cox, cashier. Directors 
Alexander Macdonald, Thomas Tenant, Robert Smith, Alexander 
Fridge, Hugh Birckhead, James Wilson, Leonard Jarvis, Jacob G. Da- 
vies, John Gibson, Micajah Merryman, Jeremiah Nicols, Josiah Bayly, 
Wm. Williamson, Elijah Bosley, John Matthews, Port Deposit, Dr. 
Johu Ridgely, Annapolis, election 4th December. 

Union Bank of Mary and. 

Discount daily — Dividends, 1st January aud July — Hugh W.Evans, 
president, Robert Mickle, cashier. — Directors, Luke Tiernan, James 
Campbell, Charles Howard, Robert S. Voss, John M. Gordon, D. M. 
Perine, John Q. Hewlirt, Wm. F. Murdock, Solomon Etting, Wm. 
Tiffany, John H. Orndorff, Ezekiel F. Chambers, Charles S. W. Dor- 
sey, Thomas Hillen, John Beale Howard. — elected July. 

Franklin Bank. 

Discount day, Monday— Dividends, 15th of April ard 15th of October. 
— James Howard, president, Jas. L. Hawkins, cashier. Directors, Jo- 
seph Jamison, Thomas Kelso, Wm. McConkey, Jacob Rogers, Daniel 
Conn, John Kelso, James Corner, Wm. P Mills, James L. Ridgely, John 
Joshua Creamer, Moses Hindes, Wm. Rogers, James Billingslea, Rich- 
ard McGaw, Micajah Merryman— Election April 16 to 20. 

Marine Bank. 

Discount day, Thursday— Dividends, 15th of April & October— Ja- 
cob Bier, president, Philip Littig, Jr. cashier. Directors. Thorndick 
Chase, Frederick Shaffer, John Cunnyngham, A. Keer, Joel Vickers, 
James J. Corner, John K. Kane, George P. Waters, Matthew Benuet, 
Baptist Mezick, Wm. A, Tucker— Elected April. 

Fanners' and Merchants' Bank. 

Discount days, Monday and Thursday — Dividends, April and October, 
Nicholas Bnce, president, John Duer, cashier. Directors, Philip T. 
Dawson, Thomas W. Hall, Robert D. Burns, E. C. Wysham, Benj. F. 
Voss, James C. Sellman, Saml. Gordon, Larkin Dorsey, George Hebb, 
Richard Cole.— Elected April. 

Commercial and Farmers' Bank. 

Discount days, Tuesday and Friday — Dividends, May and Novem- 
ber — Charles Bohn, president; George T. Dunbar, cashier. Directors, 
James Armstrong, jr. John Reese, Jacob Albert, Samuel Jones, jr. Dan- 
iel Hoffman, Archibald George, Elie Clagett John Power, Thomas Har- 



24 CONSULS INSURANCE OFFICES, &C. 

For Fredericksburg, Alex Falls & Co. agents, No. 3 and 4, Light-sJ 
wharf. The Rappannock, Capt. Fairbank, leaves lower end cf Light-sU 
wharf, every Sunday morning at 6 o'clock, for Fredericksburg, Va.; ar- 
rives here every Thursday afternoon. , Ji'^Li I 

Rappahannock leaves on Wednesday morning, for Fredericksburg, anu 
arrives on Sundays at 2 P. M. r-iw 

The Maryland, Capt. Lemuel G. Taylor, leaves the lower end ot Imur- 
an's wharf/every Tuesday and Friday morning at 7 o'clock, for Annapolu 
and Easton, touching at Castle-Haven for the Cambridge passengers; and 
returns on Wcdiu s'days and Saturdays. Also, for Annapolis, (the balance 
of the season) on Sunday morning, at 8 o'clock, and return on Mondaj , 
leaving Chestertown at S o'clock, for Centreville and Annapolis, and ar- 
rive before sunset. A , a-je-J-J 

The Patuxent leaves Baltimore on Fridays at 6 A. M. for the dittcrei t 
places on the Patuxent river, calling at Herring bay, going and returning 
— arrives on Sundays at 6 P. M. . wn.&.A.**i 

The Patuxentileaves Baltimore'every Tuesday morning for Whitehaven 
and Salisbury, and returns on Wednesday at 6 P M. 

FOREIGN CONSULS IN BALTIMORE. 

J. J. Hoogewerff, Consul of the Netherlands, 44, s. Gay-st. 

Thomas J Bizouard, Consul for his holiness the Pope, 30, N. Frankhr 

8 Christian May "rfconsul General of the King of Wurtcmburg, at tb> 
Neptune Insurance Office in the Exchange. 

R. Henrv, French Consul, 36, south Gay -street. 

H. G. Jacobsen, Danish Consular Agent, 202, Baltimore-street. 

Stephen Lawson, Swedish Consul, No. 2, Buchanan's whart. 

J. P. Kraft, Prussian Consul, 38, south Gay-street. 

E Valdor, Sardinian and Sicilian Consul, 51, Marsh Market Space. 

Frederick C Graf, Consul for Hamburg, No. 38, S. Gay-street. 

John Crawford, British Consul, Fayelte-st. near Mechanics Bank. 

C. A. Heineken, Consul for Bremen, S. Charles-street, at Mrs. Un- 
denbersrer's. 

Charles Tiernan, Mexican Vice-Consul, North Charles-street. 

George H.Newman, Brazilian Vicc-Consul, No. 47, S. Gay-street. 

INSURANCE OFFICES. 

Mart/land Insurance Co.— J. Wallace, president. Office in Exchange. 
Baltimore Insurance Co.— Henry Thompson, president. Office Exchange. 
Neptune Insurance Co.— Christian Mayer, president. Office Exchange. 
Baltimore Equitable Society, for insuring houses against fire. Omce IS 
Baltimore-street. Joseph Townsend, treasurer. 

Baltimore Fire Insurance Co.— Wm. A. Tucker, president. Office ■ 

^Firemen's Insurrnce Co.— John Reese, president; T. G. Rutter, secre- 
tary. Office corner of South and Second-streets. 

American Insurance Co.— A. J. Schwartz, president. Office Exchange . 

Baltimore Life Insurance Co.— 3. I. Donaldson, president. Omce .1 
Second-street. . , 

General Insurance Company of Maryland— Office m Exchange. 

New- York Life and Trust Co. and Franklin Fire Insurance Co. of 

Philadelphia and American ( Marine ) Insurance Co. of New 1 ork— 
Francis H. Smith, agent, office in Exchange. 

MANAGERS OF THE POOR. 

Ward Managers of the Poor for the City of Baltimore.— ^ Isaac Atkin- 
son, 1st ward: Nicholas Myers, 2d ward; Jacob W. Giles, 3d ward; Sa- 
muel Rankin, 4th ward; Edward J. Alccck, 5th vard; James Hance ,6th 
ward; John Armstrong, 7th ward; Richard Bevan, 8th ward; Pxoah Ridgr- 
ly, 9th ward; James Bacon, 1 0th ward; Thomas Winwood, 11th ward; 
George Keyser, 12th ward. 



MATCHETT'S 

BALTIMORE DIRECTOR. 



DIRECTIONS TO THE READER. 

(St.) street, (av.) avenue, (al.j alley, (cor.) corner, n.'north. s. louth. 
e. east. w. west. (f) 'colored. (Com. rots.) Commission merchants, (fact.) 
Factory, (dw.) dwelling. fmanO manufacturer. 

The variety of ways of spelling almost every name pronounced, and 
there being no rule in the case, renders it impossible for any individual 
to spell all names correctly; the reader will have therefore when he does 
not rind the name of a house holder (for they only are inserted) in the 
place where he looks for it, will have to use whatever other spelling will 
pronounce the same name until he finds it. 

AARON JACOB, clothing store, No. 14 Harriion st. 

Abber Caspar, carpenter, 151 French at. 

Abbes John, cap manufacturer and furrier, 102 Baltimore St. 

Abbett Samuel R. stove manufacturer, 72 n Howard st. 

Abbott Benj. cooper, 2 Patterson st dvv President st s of Pratt 

Abbott Geo. cooper; Commerce st between Pratt and Cable 

Abbott Thomas, clerk, North st s of Pleasant 

Abbott Stephen, shoemaker, 158 n Gay st o t 

Abbott William, tobacconist, 32 Market st 

Abbott William, Mulberry st near Park 

Abel Caspar, carpenter, s e corner Spring and Hampstead sts 

Abell Lucrelia, s w corner Charles and Conway sts 

Abell Christopher, victualler, Penn av n of Hoffman st 

Abell John S. grocer, 83 Hanover st 

tAbel Thomas, labourer, Sugar alley 

Abercrombie James, Charles st near Franklin 

Abert Godfrey, Pleasant st near bridge 

Abey Joseph fisherman, William st near Cross 

Abey William, cabinet maker,William st near Cross 

Abraham Jacob, 17 Exeter st 

Abrams Washington, house carpenter, 24 Fleet st 

Abram John, grocer, corner Thames and Philpct sts 

Aby Christopher, fisherman, Lancaster st near Carolina 

Aby Jacob, fisher, William st near Cross 

Acart Alexander, carpenter, Union st w of Penn av 

Accles Hugh, weaver; Franklin st extended 

Achenbaugh Elizabeth, Eutaw 6t s of Conway 
Achy Frederick, currier, Eutaw st n of Conway 
Ackland James, boot and shoe maker, 11 s Calvert st 
Ackworth Stephen, Teacher, Bond st sofGough 
Acre Charles, nailor, Canon alley, between Water StPratt sts 
Acre Joseph, gardner, Penn av extended 
Acres Charles, carpenter, Saratoga st w of Pearl 
Adair Wm. & Thos. commission merchants, 17 s Charles st 
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Adair Win. R. firm do dw Charles 2 doors n of Pleasant st 
Adams Wm. tavern keeper, corner Water st St Market space 
Adams John P. & Co. commission merchants, 11 Bowly's wf. 
Adams James C. bacon merchant, Pearl stN of Lexington 
Adams Henry, cordwainer, Pine st e side s of George 
Adams Aaron, New Bridge Hotel, Baltimore st eo! bridg 
Adams Philip, hatter, Jackson st n side 
Adams Joseph, hatter, Orleans st e of Friendship 
Adams John, dyer, Monument st vv of Aisquith 
Adams Gilbert, Pierce st e of Cove 
Adams John, dairyman, Pierce st e of Cove 
Adams Mrs Barbara, Dutch alley e of Paca st 
Adams James, wagoner, Richmond st near Cathedral 
Adams Wm. flour and feed merchant, Caroline st n of Wilk 
Adams Richard, York st near Charles 
fAdams Milly, Forest st s of Orleans 
t Adams Ellen, washer, Harford road s of the Cross roads 
fAdams Adam, sawyer, short st near Jefferson 
fAdams Wm. waiter, Exeter st n of Hillen 
Addams Wm. F. carpenter, Eager alley near Saratoga 
Addison Geo. C. shoe store, 324 W. Pratt st dw 77 Conway st 
Addison Samuel C. shoemaker, 321 W. Pratt st 
Addison William, carpenter, 32 Pratt st 
tAddison John, waiter Centre st near Charles 
tAddison Eleonora, washer, 33 n Liberty st 
Adkison Henry, clerk, Cove st n of Saratoga 
Adkinson Thomas, sail maker, 96 Dugan's wharf 
Adreon Wm. grocer, n w corner Sharp and Barre sts 
Adreon Mrs Hannah, grocer, cor Franklin and Pine sts 
Adreon Geo. Easternj& Western Shore Hotel, 14 Camden st 
Affayroux John F. baker, s w corner Baltimore And Canal sts 
Agar Robert, pedler, 35 Water st e of Frederick 
Ager Alexander, pedlar, 3 Temple st 
Agrens fy Keinricy, German tavern, 37 Bond st 
Agnes Peter, labourer, Forest st s of Monument 
Aicke Lewis A. tavern and boarding house, 10 Bond st 
Aiken Sarah, 85 Green st 
Ailman mrs. Rock st s of Saratoga 

Ailslegar Fred, cheese monger, s e cor Columbia&Eutaw sts 
Aisquith mrs. boarding house, 223 Baltimore st 
Aitkin Dr. James, 44 n Gay st o t 
Aitkin Robert, druggist, Hillen st w of Exeter 
Akreen Mary, Wine st e of Cove 
Alcock Dr. Edward J. druggist, 46 n Gay st o t 
Alberger Rebecca, 36 n Gay st 
Albers Solomon G. grocer, 75 McElderry's wharf 
Albers Henry N. carpenter, Aisquith at n of Orleans 
Albers Jacob, hardware merchant, 37 Fayette st. 
Albert Jacob &. Co. hardware merchants, 274i Baltimore st. 
Albinson Peter, comb and basket factory, 198 Baltimore st 
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Albright Christopher, labourer, Britton at n e of Monument 

Albright John, Columbia st n of Paca 

Alden Simeon, Baltimore Tavern, Water st near the Market 

Alden mrs Mary, Eden st n of Silver 

Alday John, commission merchant, Spring st s of Pratt 

Aldridge mrs Elizabeth, Lee st 2d door e of Hanover 

Aldridge Andrew, 34 s Howard st 

Aldridge, Higdon, k. Co. importers dry goods, 12 s Charles st 

Aldridge Andrew, firm do dw corner Howard and Lombard sts 

Aler J no. blacksmith, Eufc. s of Lex. stdw Saratoga w of Pine 

Alexander Elijah, constable, York st neai Light 

Alexander Nancy, huckster, Stillhouse st 

Alexander, Eliza Jane, dry goods store, 27 Maryland Arcade 

St 17 Harrison st 
Alexander Thomas, painter, Aisquith st s of Jefferson 
Alexander Capt. John, Baltimore st e of Aisquith 
Alexander mrs Sarah, Orleans st n side 2 doors e of Long lane 
Alexander Margaret, 4 Lexington st 
Alford James, shoemaker, Gay st n of Aisquith 
All Adam, Potter st w side 
All Rachel, 123 n Eutaw st 
All Bernard, rigger, Argyle alley, s of Fleet st 
Allard Wm. carpenter, Gay st e of Monument 
Allava Joseph, grocer, 20 Thomson st 
All bright Jesse R. constable, 76 Conway st 
Allberger Jacob, victualler, n w corner Pitt and Market st f p 
Allberger Adam, victualler, Pitt st w of Bond 
Allen John, merchant tailor, s w?, corner Water & South sts 

dw South, between Second and Water sts 
Allen James, Carpenter, Pratt st w of Cove 
Allen John W. Falls avenue between Pratt st anddraw bridge 
Allen Washington, Montgomery st near Light 
Allen John L. merchant tailor, 37 South st 
Allen Solomon, carter, Charles near Hill st 
Allen James, currier, 39 s Calvert st 

Allen Samuel, carpenter, corner Madison st and Lerew's al. 
Allen James, bricklayer, Green st n of Conway 
Allen Henry, carpenter, Argyle alley s of Bank st 
Allen Wm. cordwainer, 13 n Green st 
Allen James, bricklayer, Exeter st s of Pratt 
Allen John P. shoemaker, Douglass st e of Potter 
Allen mrs Ann, grocer, n w corner Exeter and Wilk sts 
Allen Mr. 11 Rossst 

Allen William, grocer, 123 n Howard st 
Allen Samuel, painter, corner Silver and Eden sts 
Allen mrs Dorcas, Milliner, s w corner Fleet and Market sts 
Allen Ann, mantau maker, Aisquith st s of Douglais 
Allen Elial, cooper, Conway st near Eutaw 
Allen James W. cooper, Conway st near Eutaw 
Allen Wm. shoe maker, Pratt st w of Cove 

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tAllen Sarah, Long alley, s of Saratoga st 

f Allen Sarah, washer, Forest st n of Madison 

tAllen Amos, labourer, Cross st near Johnson 

tAllen Samuel, porter, Marion st near Park 

tAllen Sarah, washer, Argyle alley s of wilk st 

Allendar Sarah, corner Bond and e Baltimore sts 

tAllences Peter, drayman, Sarah Ann st w of Chatsworth 

AUiard Joseph, carpenter, Gay st n of Asquith 

Allison Samuel, labourer, Armstead lane 

Allison Robert, Spring st s of Bank 

Alinutt Sarah, boarding house, 93 Paca st 

Alricks T. P. attorney at law, Masonic Hall, Court house lane 

Alter Betsy, washer, Park st 1 door above Lexington 

Alterhoof Chas. locksmith & scissors grinder, Caroline st s of 

Wilk B 

tAltern Catherine, Hoffman st w of Ross 
Altvater mrs Ann, 42 Exeter st 
Altvater Wm. Aisquith st near Holland 
Altvater Wm. carpenter, Cornet st 

Alwine Richard, bricklayer, Orleans st n side w of Caroline 
American Commercial Daily Advertiser, 2 s Gay st Dobbin, 

Murphy and Bose proprietors 
Ames G.C.firm Dorman&Ames,dw High st 3 doors s of Water 
Ames Joseph, bookbinder, Jackson st s side 
Amey Henry, blacksmith, Paca st s of Lombard, shop n w 

corner Paca and German sts. 
Amey John, bricklayer, Baltimore st w of Pearl 
Amey Peter, blacksmith, Baltimore st extended 
Amos James, clothing store, 62 Centre Market space 
Amos John & Son, hatters, 39 n Gay st o t dw 130 High st 
Amos Doctor Corbin, 39 Fayette st 
Amos Alexander, hatter, 128 Exeter st 
Amy Samuel, cooper, Columbia st near Cove 
Anastas Mary, Paca st s of New 

Anderson James M. Engraver, over s e corner South & Bal- 
timore sts dw Exeter st between Pitt and Baltimore sts 
Anderson Franklin, attorney at law 2G Holiday st 
Anderson Hugh, carpet weaver, cor. Charles st & Uhler's al. 
Anderson, David, blacksmith, 28 New Church st 
Anderson John, Long alley, s of Ross st 
Anderson Jobs, stone cutter, George st w of Penn av 
Anderson John, weaver, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 
Anderson mrs Ann, seamstress, Biddle st w of Penn'av 
Anderson Samuel T. Mulberry st n of Paca 
Anderson Theodore, of Custom house, 73 Fayette st 
Anderson David, horse shoer, 56 s Howard st 
Anderson Ann, seimstress, Wolf st n of Fleet 
tAnderson Wm. rigger, Lancaster stE of Applealley 
■{Anderson James, barber, 34 Centre Market space " 
tAnderson Arthur, victualler, Canal st s of Orleans 
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tAnderson Thomas, labourer, 85 Lerew's alley 

tAnderson Daniel, waiter, Jew alley n of Dutch alley 

tAnderson Henry, carpenter, Mulberry st w of Pearl 

tAnderson Peggy, York avenue 

tAnderson Elijah, labourer, Eden st n of Baltimore 

Andrew John, cordwainer, Penn av s of Union st 

Andrew John stone mason, 36 Pearl st 

Andrews George W. apothecary and druggist, 3 Baltimore st 

Andrews Sarah, Hill st near Charles 

Andrews George, clerk, 60 s Sharp st 

Andrews John, shoemaker, Caroline st n of Fleet 

Andrews mrs Ann, Pratt st 4 doors w of Market 

Andrews Reuben, carter, 19 Bank st 

Anglan Mary. Wolf st s of Alice Anna 

Anker H. 40 Exeter st 

Annan Dr. Samuel, 44 n Liberty st 

Anthony Henry, liqucr store, corner Penn av and Biddle st 

Anthon)' Emanuel, carter, 113 Bond st 

Appleby Thomas, watchman, Water st w of Exeter 

Appleby Rezin, carpenter, w end Baltimore st 

Appleby George II. printer, 191 Bond st 

Applegarth Robert, shoemaker, Hanover st near Lee 

Appold Geo. & Co. tanners, Howard manufactory,North near 

Appold George, firm do dw 21 n Calvert st [Madison st 

Appold Andrew, tanner, Constitution st near French 

Arcade Baltimore, Lexington st w of Eulaw 

Arcade Fell's Point, Market street 

Arcade Maryland, C. Market Space,betw Second and Water 

Arcade Union, adjoining Maryland Arcade 

Arcade Washington, 6 Markei st f p 

Arcambal Juliet, Pine st s of George 

Archer Catherine, seamstress, East st s of Douglass 

Arcy James; cordwainer, Union st w of Ross 

Ardin D. shoemaker, 83 Harrison st 

tArieu Elias C. barber, Penn av n of Franklin st 

Arlot Thomas J. carpenter, Holland st n of Eden 

Armaser Jesse, comb maker, Hill st rear Hanover 

Ar mat" Christopher, Jr. drv goods merchant, 13 Baltimore st 

Armign Joseph, comb maker, Hill st near Hanover 

Armiger John, 49 Baltimore st 

Armiger Benjamin, Ensor st n w of Monument ? 

tArmistead Wm. carpenter, Burgundy alleyjwot Lunn s lane 

Armistead mrs Louisa, 113 Hanover st 

Armittage Dr. James, n w corner Eutaw & k ayette sts aw 

s w corner Howard and Lexington sts 
Armittage Joseph, cooper, Henrietta stnear Charles 
Armons James,heulenant night watch and police omcer wn 

ward, Canal st s of Baltimore 
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Armour Wm. clothier, dw 107 Pearl st [Kim's School 

Armour Wm. clothing store 97 N Howard st 

Armour John, clothing store, 105 n Howard st 

Armstrong Robt. soap & candle manufactory, Concord st dw 

High st 3 doors from Pratt, store, Dugan's wharf 
Armstrong&Co. grocers, 92 Dugan's whf. dw High near Pratt 
Armstrong James, saddler, 18 s Calvert stdw dw Lovely Lane 
Armstrong James Jr. & Co. grocers&t Commission merchants, 

24 Cheapside dw Calvert st s of Lexington 
Armstrong James, carver, 24 New Church st 
Armstrong Sol. shoe maker, cor Gist st andLaudenslager's hill 
Armstrong George, grocer, n e corner of Water & High sts 
Armstrong Thomas, huckster, corner Bankst & Happy alley 
Armstrong Henry, labourer, Saratoga st e of Pearl 
Armstrong Peter, grocer, corner Light and Cross sts 
Armstrong Thomas, dry goodsmerchant,21 Baltimore st 
Armstrong William, dry goods merchant,4l Baltimore st 
Armstrong John, shoe store, 131 Baltimore st 
Armstrong & Berry, booksellers and stationers, 134 Baltimore 

st dw Robt. Armstrong, 9 s Eutaw st 
Armstrong Alfred, painter, 105 Bond st 
Armstrong Hosea, shoe store, 34 Market st f p 
Armstrong Elizabeth, Montgomery st near Light 
Armstrong John D. teacher, Fall's turnpike near Lanv. Fac. 
Armstrong H. boot & shoe maker, Saratoga st near Howard 
Armstrong mrs Hannah, 92 High st 

f Armstrong Dennis, shoemaker, Sterling st. n of Monument 
Arnett Henry, shoemaker, X alley 
Arney Edward, cooper, 115 n Eutaw st 
Arnold Lemuel, merchant, 10 Spear's wharf 
Arnold John, grocer, 62 s Frederick street 
Arnold Charlotte, seamstress, 126 n Eutaw street 
Arnold Clement, last maker, Hill street near Hanover 
Arquit Eli, dry goods merchant, 9 Market street f p 
Arthur Ann, baker, 31 Conway street 

Asbury College, M. Power prin. sw cor Fayette & North sts 
Asdel John, labourer, Peirce street e of Cove 
Ash Geo. carpenter & lumber measurer, Water st n of Spring 
Ash Nicholas J. painter, Eden stN of ¥ork 
Ashburn Benjamin, printer, Water street w of Exeter 
Ashcroft Thomas, ship carpenter, 85 Alice Anna street 
Ashdown Mary Ann, 55 Centre Market space 
Ashdown William, machinist, Britton st ne of Monument 
Ashertly Andrew, carter, Harford road n of lumber yard 
Ashman Wm. justice of peace,6 Paca st.dw Pearl s of Saratoga 
Ashmore John, grocer, se cor Mullikin and Caroline sts 
Ashton Margaret, Mulberry street w of Eutaw 
Ashton George, labourer, Park street extended 
Askey William, cooper, Gough street 1 door s of Granby 



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Assembly' Rooms Baltimore, ne cor Holiday and Fayette *sts 
Aspanall James, weaver, Peirce street w of Chatsworth 
Atchison George, grocer, Charles street s of Camden 
Atkison Thomas, straw cutter, Saratoga street extended 
Atkinson Jno. plane maker, Light st d w Holliday s of Saratoga 
Atkinson Thomas, cordwainer, 7 n Paca street 
Atkinson Thomas, sail maker, 31 Exeter street 
Atkinson John H. draper and tailor, 23 e Baltimore street 
Atkinson James, barber, 17 Comet street 
Athinson Thomas C. engineer, Monument st e of Ensor 
Atkinson Samuel, grocer, 24 Market street f p 
Atkinson William H. tailor, 44 Exeter street 
Atkinson Eleanor, corner Argyle alley and Alice Anna st. 
Atkinson Joshua J. dw Barre street near Sharp 
Atkinson Ainslow, carpenter. 23 Fleet street 
Atkinson Joshua, shoe store, 13 Market street f p 
Atkinson David, carpenter, Constitution st n of French 
f Atkinson Horace, brick maker, Sugar alley near Charles st 
tAtkinson Abraham, labourer, Homespun alley 
tAtes Perry, drayman Pratt street road 
Atwell William, labourer, Washington street n of Fleet 
Atvvell Samuel, carter, Annapolis road near Spring Gardens 
Atwell John, shipwright, Alice Anna street w of Ann 
Atvvell William, tobacconist, Jefferson street w of Canal st 
Atwell Rebecca, 11 Fleet street 

Atwell Nathaniel, ship carpenter, Washington st n of Fleet 
Atwood John, cabinet maker, cor. North st and Orange alley 
dw Calvert st near Baltimore [near Market f p 

Auodoun Lewis, jr. hardware store, 39 Market st. dw Wilk st 
Auodoun Lewis, carpenter, Wilk street'N of Market 
Auld Samuel, grocer, Market street s of Thames 
Au!d Edward, clerk, Lee street betw Hanover and Charles 
Auld Dawson, sand dealer, Comb near Busy alley 
Auld mrs Elizabeth, Centre street e of St. Paul 
Auld Hugh, ship carpenter, 39 Philpot street 
Ault Samuel, finding store &, last maker, Gay st e of Aisquith 

shop Ensor street e of Engine house 
Ault James, finding store, 78 Ensor street 
Austen Edward, baker, Jackson street n side. 
Austen George, firm Hiss and Austen, dw 77 Fayette street 
Austen Walter, seamen, Shakspeare street w of Market 
Austen William, blacksmith, Alice Anna street w of Wolf 
Austen Susan, seamstress, York Avenue 
Avlin Peter, labourer, corner Monument and Sterling streets 
Aydelott Peter, carpenter, Montgomery street near William 
Ayres Elizabeth, boarding house, Market street s of Thames 
Ayres Jacob & Co. grocers and Com. merchants, 76 Pratt st 

dw J. Ayres Paca st w of Lunn's lane 
Ayres Littleton 280 Baltimore street 

Ayres George L. Charles street betw Conway and Barre sts 
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I?ABB JOHN 0. baker, 66 s Charles street 
15abcock Abraham, watchman, Granby st w of Exeter 
Bachelor David, shoemaker, Eden street, s of Jefferson 
Bachelor William, watchman, Biddle alley w of Ross street 
Bachenor Mary, Biddle street w of Ross 
Backer John, cooper, Holliday street near Bath 
Backhaus Lewis, Hull's lane 4 doors w of Aisquith street 
Bacon James, grocer, ne cor Biddle street and Perm Av. 
Bacon John, grocer, nw cor Wolf and Fleet sts 
Badger Ehsha, porter, Lombard street near Light 
tBadger Francis, blacksmith, Britton st sw of Neighbour 
tBadger Benjamin, drayman, Sharp st near Busy alley 
Baer Dr. Benjamin S. nw cor Sharp and Camden sts 
Baer John, carpenter, York street near Charles 
f Bagger J arret, Eutaw street s of oonway 
Bagnell Win. millstone maker, Eager alley near Mulberry st 
Balder Francis, whip and cane manufactory, cor Sharp and 

Baltimore sts 
Bailey Josiah, tavern keeper, 23 n Gay street. 
Bailey George, 21 Sharp street, 
Bailey Jane, 3 New Church street 

Bailey Barney, labourer, Falls turnpike, near Lanvale factory 
Bailey mrs Jane Ann, e Baltimore street near Harford run 
Baile} T Samuel, comb'maker, Franklin street e of Cove 
Bailey mrs Thomas, 38 Sterling street 
Bailey miss N. fancy dress maker, 95 Baltimore street 
Bailey George &, Co. druggists, 254 Baltimore street 
Bailey Thomas, ship carpenter, 2 Phiipot street 
Bailey Thomas, ship carpenter, 24 Phiipot street 
Bailey Elijah, tavern keeper, Eutaw st at Spring Gardens 
Bailey Henry, pearl button maker, 52 Front 
Bailey John, labourer, Spring street n of Baltimore street 
fBailey Isaac, Columbia street between Eutaw and Paca sts 
fBailey Samuel, ship carpenter, Happy alley n of Wilk st. 
fBailey Sarah, Douglass street w of Aisquith 
fBailey Samuel, caulker, Happy alley n of Wilk street 
fBailey Lucy^ washer, 9 Lerew's alley 
fBailey Philis, washer, 19 Lerew's alley 
Baily Hamilton, carpenter, New street, w of Eutaw 
Baily Captain Edward, Caroline Row Caroline street 
Bailie Daniel labourer. Wolf street s of Alice Anna 
Bain Hope, porter at Bank of Baltimore, dw Pine st e side n 

of Franklin 
Bain William, carter, cor Cove and Peirce streets. 
Baine Stephen, bricklayer, Orleans street w of Aisquith 
Baird Matthew, machinist, York st near Charles 
Baise John, of Custom House, Ann street s of Lancaster 
Baker Charles, millwright, 81 Harrison street 
Baker William. G. attorney at law, 20 St Paul st. dw Frank- 
lin street between Charles and St. Paul 
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Baker James C. ship carpenter, Wilk w of Ann street 

Baker Mary, Biddle, street e of Perm. Av. 

Baker Mary 122 n. Howard street 

Baker George, shoemaker, East street n of Douglass 

Baker Edward,(M. D.) apothecary, ne cor Pratt & Charles sts 

Baker Hilary C. cabinet maker, Eden st s of Mullikin street, 

Baker Henry, tailor, Maiden lane 

Baker Gharlotte, X street 

Baker David, bark inspector,3 Dugan's whf.dvv 28 Albermarle 

Baker Peter, tailor, East street s of Pitt 

Baker Dr. Samuel, svv cor Charles and Lexington sts. 

Baker John D. clerk, 115 Exeter street 

Baker Dr. William N. 115 Exeter street 

Baker Providence, 49 Front street 

Baker Robert, cabinet maker, Pearl w of Fayette street 

Baker George G. C. sea captain, Thames street w of Bond 

Baker Henry, tailor, Maiden lane 

Baker Mary, Washer, Short street, near Jefferson 

Baker William, edge tool maker,Pratt st 3 doors w of Market 

Baker capt. Thomas,Granby street vv of Harford run 

Baker George, 148 n Gay street 

Baker Henry, Monument street e of Ensor 

Baker Joseph, victualler, Pensylvania Avenue extended 

Baker William, grocer, Biddle alley w of Boss street 

Baker Henry, w Baltimore street extended 

Baker William, saddler, 19 Constitution street 

Baker Eliza, Canal street, n of Orleans 

Baker mrs Maria, boarding house, 7 German street 

Baker William, president Maryland Savings Institution, d\v 

Windsor Mill road i mile w. oflleister's town 
Baker James, boot and shoemaker, German st near Cove 
tBaker Benjamin, carter, Sugar alley 
Bakin John, grocer, n\v cor Fleet and Wolf streets 
Balden Robert, Perry street near Charles 
Balderston Wilson, wire manufacturer, over 9 Light st wharf 

dvv 87 Sharp street 
Balderston Hugh, wire and seive manufactory, 12 s Calvert 

street dw 104 Lombard street 
Balderston Isaiah, hardware merchant, 12 S. Calvert st dw 

Lexington street opposite the Court House 
Balderston Jacob, seive and wire manufactory 66 s Calvert st 

dw Holliday street n of Saratoga 
Balderston John P. hardware store, 19£ n Howard street 
Baldner John, wheelwright, 42 Harrison st dw Su^ar house al. 
Baldwin & Elder forwarding & com. mts. 63 s Calvert st 
Baldwin Abram, grocer, ne cor Water st. and Apple alley 
Baldwin Capt Pierson, Pratt street 3d door e of Exeter 
Baldwin T. W. watchmaker, 325 Baltimore street 
Baldwin James, carter, Happy alley n of Fleet st 
Baley Joseph, Blacksmith, Briton st n of Monument 

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Baley mr. Montgomery street near Light 

Ball Henry, shoe maker, Armistead lane near Light street 

Ball James, cordwainer, 54 Harrison street 

Ball Walter, painter, Green street n of Saratoga 

Ball William senr. Green street n of Saratoga 

Ball Wm. jr. clerk Lexington Market, Pine st n of Franklin 

Ball John, milk seller, Aisquith street n of Holland 

Ball Wm. D. deputy sherifF, Britton street n of lumber yard 

Ball William, painter and glazier, 17 Fayette street 

Balla J. R. tavern keeper, 79 Hanover street 

Ballantine Lawrence, dealer in dry goods, 90 High street 

Ballard E. J. firm of Wheeden and Ballard, sailmakers, dw 

New Church st near Fayette 
Ballard Edward U. teacher, Stiles street e of Exeter 
Ballenger Samuel, carpenter, Park lane e of Pine street 
Ballman Andrew, bricklayer, Pearl street n of Mulberry 
Balte John F. flour and grain merchant, 30 n Gay st o t 
Baltimore Coal Co. yard kept by Thos. Symington, w Falls 

avenue near Draw Bridge 
Baltimore and Susquehannah Rail Road office, Second st next 

Exchange,!?. Sheppard agent,dw s Charles st between 

Barre and Lee 
Baltimore & Ohio Rail Road office, ne cor Calvert &/Ta- 

yette sts. ticket office cor Charles and Camden streets, 

P. E. Thomas president 
Baltimore Type foundry, 43 n Frederick st R. B. Spalding 

proprietor 
Baltimore and Philadelphia steamboats and rail road line office 

lower end South street wharf 
Baltimore Life Insurance Company, John J. Donaldson, pres- 
ident, Joshua J. Atkinson secretary, office 2 Second st 

See Advertisement. 
Baltimore House, Joseph W. King proprietor, cor Hanover 

and Baltimore sts, see Advertisement 
Baltimore and Ohio rail road Depot, w Pratt st near Lio;ht 
Baltimore and Wheeling Transportation Co ne cor Howard 

and German sts 
Baltz Frederick, shoemaker, 16 Maiden lane 
Baltzell Jacob & Charles, wholesale dry goods store, cor Balti- 
more and Sharp streets 
Baltzell Charles, firm of do 40 Hanover street 
Baltzell J. firm of do dw Charles st betw Pleasant & Saratoga 
Baltzell Alexander, dw Barnet street near Sharp 
Baltzell and Davidson, dry goods merchants 224 Baltimore st 
Baltzell and Thomas, dry goods mts. dw Paca s of Fayette st. 
Baltzell Lewis, hatter, Hillen st e of Front 
Baltzell, Hartzog and Co. dry goods mts. 243 Baltimore st 
Baltzell Emanuel, dw Mulbarry st betw Park and Cathedral sts 
Baltzell Thomas and Philip, wholesale dry goods store, 254 

Baltimore street 

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Bandell George W. silk dyer, 28 Harrison Street 

Bandell John, block and pump maker, 88 McElderry's whf. 

dw Exeter Street near Trinity Church 
Bandell William, shoe store, Potter street n of Donglass 
Banfieldmrs Cassander, Shakspear stE of Bond 
Bancroft John, bricklayer, 65 Pitt street 
Bangs W. H. shoe store, 7 Pratt st wharf, dw Comet st 
Bangs Theophilus, shoe maker, Bank st w of Wolf 
Bangs John Jr. cordwainer, Pine st s of George 
Bangs John, dw 70 Pitt st shoe store cor Cheapside&Pratt st 
Bangs Wm. shoemaker, Maiden lane 
Bangs Wm. shoemaker, East st s of Pitt 
Bank U. S. s w corner Gay and Second sts 
Bank of Maryland, 17 South st 
Bank of Baltimore, corner St Paul and Baltimore sts 
Bankley Edward, cooper, Bond st n of Gough 
Bankar'd Jacob, victualler, Hampstead st 
Bankard William, victualler, Hampstead st 
Bankard Nicholas D. carpenter, Franklin st e of Cbatsworth 
Banks Francis F. dry goods merchant, 51 n Howard st 
Banks Daniel B. dry goods merchant, 29 Baltimore st 
Banks Benjamin, blacksmith, 20 Bond st 
Bannisler George, paper hanger, Baltimore st e of Green 
tBannen Charles, labourer, s Charles si extended 
tBannon Elizabeth, Eutawst s of Conway 
Bansemer Charles F. teacher, sw corner Baltimore&Green sts 
Bantour Richard, showman, Thames st s of Pratt 
Baptist Church, Calvert st near Saratoga 
Baptist Church, n e corner Sharp and Lombard st 
Barber Reuben, coppersmith, York avenue 
Barcroft Rolla B. seaman, Saratoga st near Park 
Bargaman Peter, hackman, Short alley 
Bargar George, house carpenter, Cathedral near Richmond st 
Bargar Deeter, bricklayer, Paca st n of Franklin st 
Bargar Joseph, blacksmith, Perm av extended 
Bargar Clemence, labourer, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
Bargar Morris, labourer, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 
Bargar W. harness maker, N Eulaw stbet. Bait. & Fayette 
Barker Francis, 17 Mulberry st 

Barker John & Son, iron founder?, Calvert st 1 door s of Mul- 
berry, dw J. B. 12 Waterloo row 
Barker Francis, firm do dw corner Mulberry st & Gravel alley 
Barker John, seaman, S6 Block st 
Barker & Co. Lottery & Exchange office, corner St Paul & 

Baltimore sts 
Barker Mary, Grocer, Green st s of Paca 
^Barker Lewis, carpenter, Water st w of Caroline 
Barker Elizabeth, Franklin st w of ChatsWorth 
Barker Wm machinist, 91 Alice Anna st 
tBarker Basil, shoemaker, Charles, near Montgomery at 
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Barkley Hugh, carpenter, Potter st s of Hillen 

Barkman mrs Henry, corner Strawberry alley and Bank st 

Barkrnan Frederick, seaman, Columbia st w of Paca 

Barks Benjamin, blacksmith, 20 Bond st 

fBarley John, labourer, Bank st e of Eden 

Barling Joseph, Pratt st e of High 

Barnaby mrs Strawberry alley, n of Alice Annast 

Barnard James & Son, lime & feed merchants, 23 Light at 

wharf, dw George st near Perm av 
Barnard Sarah, tailoress, Low st between East and Potter 
Barnes mrs Jane, 4 s Frederick st 

Barnes mrs J. boarding house, Fayette st bet. Holiday & Gay 
Barnes Alenzo Vy. attorney at law, corner Fayette & St Paul 

sts. dw corner of Green and Mulberry sts 
Barnes Henry, baker, 153 Bond st 
Barnes Deborah, Amity st n of Baltimore 
Barnes James, wheelwright, Baltimore st e of Cove 
Barnes John, Caroline st n of Fleet 
fBarnes Ann, washer, Short alley 
tBarnes Happy, Fleet st e of Bond 
fBarnes Isaac, labourer, Mulberry st e of Cove 
fBarnes Frances, washer, German st near Cove 
fBarnes David, waiter, William's alley, near William st 
fBarnes David, porter, Potter st n of Douglass 
tBarnes Charles, porter, L. Hughes st near Light 
fBarnes Wm. Caulker, Wolf st s of Fleet 
fBarnet Mary, Market alley n of Fayette st 
fBarnet Perry, ship carpenter, Washington st N of Fleet 
Barnett Wm. clothing store, 118 n Howard st 
Barnett Sylvester, Ills Howard st 

Barney John Hindman, commission merchant, 4 Bowly's wharf 
Barney, L. &, J. biscuit bakers, counting rcom 44 s Gay st 

bakery 36 Block st 
Barney Lewis, firm do dw 61 n Charles st 
Barney, John N. Calvert st near Pleasant 
Barney Wm. B. commission agent, St. Paul near Fayette st 
Barney John, dw Pitt st between Front & High 
fBarney Rachel, Eutaw st s of Conway 
tBarney John, stevadore, Salisbury alley, b of Exeter st 
fBarney Wm. labourer, William st near Cross 
Barnum David, City hotel, corner Calvert &l Fayette sts 
Barr Mary, faney store, 11 Bazaar, dw Sugar house alley 
Barow John machinist, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Barr Wm. dry goods merchant, 1334 Baltimore st dw Front 

st n of Pitt. 
Barrad Gregory, weaver, Pierce st w of Chatsworth 
Barrett Jane, grocery & liquor store, 30 n Frederick st 
Barrett Asa, upholsterer, 2 n Charles st dw 5 N. Church st 
Barrett Thomas, grocer, corner Pitt and Canal sts 
Barrett mrs. boarding house, Pratt st 5 doors e of Caroline 

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Barrett EJiza, Mercer near Light 

Barrett William, Mercer st near Light 

Barrett Thomas, clothier, 6li n Howardjit 

Barrett Morris, clothing store, 93 n Howard st 

Barriball William V. bookseller and stationer, 60 Pratt st 

Barrickman Jacob, shopkeeper, Ensor st n e of Monument 

Barroll James & Son, grocers and Com. mer.l Bowly's wharf 

dw J. B. s side Pleasant st betw. St Paul & Charles fits 
Barron Sarah, Busy alley 

Barron D. B. cabinet maker, Hill st w of Hanover 
Barrows E. P. provision store Baltimore 6t w of Paca, dw 62 

n Liberty st 
Barrows Henry, labourer, Short st near Jefferson 
Barry Robert, merchant, 4 Spear's wharf, dw 11 St Paul st 
Barry & Hurst wholesale dry good merchants, 2l3Balto. st 
Barry H. Samuel firm do dw 8 n Liberty st 
Barry Robert, merchant, dw 137 Hanover st 
Barry John L. book keeper in Franklin Bank, corner Exeter 

and Stiles sis 
Barry Isaac, carpet weaver, Granby st w of Exeter 
Barry James C. 95 Conway st 
Barry mrsMary, milliner, 91 Gay st 

Barry Daniel R. merchant tailor, 48* Baltimore st dw 26 nGay 
Barry John J. clerk, Franklin st e of Chatsworth 
Barth Rev. Saratoga st near Park 

Barth Christian, cordwainer, Long alley s of Saratoga st 
Bartholomew S. G. boot and shoe maker, 31 w Pratt st 
Bartholomew, Barnes &, Co. clock and watch makers, 325 w 

Baltimore st 
Bartlett William and Joseph,druggists, 76 s Calvert street 
Bartlett W. B. firm of do s Calvert st near Pratt, dw se cor 

Pratt and Eutaw streets 
Bartlett Rufus, harness maker, 19 s Liberty street 
Bartlett George, shoe and leather merchant, ne cor Howard 

st and Cowpen al. dw sw cor Eutaw st and Dutch al. 
Bartlett R. B. saddler, harness and trunk maker, cor Howard 

and Fayette sts. dw 19 s Liberty street 
Bartlett Isaiah, seaman, 26Philpot street 
Bartlett W. piano forte maker, se cor Fayette and Eutaw sts 
Bartlett Geo. Hide and leather merchant, 10 n Howard 6t 
Barlol N. & R. tanners and curriers, 24 n Eutaw street 
Bartol George, coachmaker, Calvert street s of Bath 
Bartol George, firm of Whitaker and Bartol, dw 1 Fayette et 
Barton Mary Ann, 10 Fish market 
Barton mrs C. Bond st n of Pratt 

Barton Henry, proprietor of Baltimore Dairy, 72 Harrison st 
Barton J. painter, Hollins street w p 
Barton Godfrey, painter, Water street near Bend 
Barton William J. currier, From street s of Hillen 
Barton Wm. bricklayer, Water street 4 doors w of Har. run 
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BAW Matchetth Baltimore. 

Barton Thomas, Granby street w of the run 

Barton Robert, carpenter, Orleans street n side e of Short 

Barton Mary Ann,Hillen street w of High 

Barton Samuel, carpenter, Constitution st s of Monument 

-f-Barton George, woodsawyer, ne cor Gay and Frederick sts 

tBarton Henry, w end Baltimore street 

tBarton Mary, wend Baltimore street 

Bartscheer mrs Charity, tavern, 32 n Liberty street 

Bartwidge Charlotte, seamstress, 67 Bond street 

Bash Henry M. 13 Courtland street, s of Mulberry, firm of 

S. Scribner and Co 
Bash Conrad, nailor, Wilk street e of President 
Bass John,carpenter, Bank st e of Pitt 
Bassford Gassaway, ornamental painter, 13 Thomson street 
Bassford Thomas, teacher of Male Free school in Courtland 

street, dvv 53 s Sharp 
Bassford mrs and miss, school, 53 s Sharp street 
Bassiler John, 85 Harrison street 
Baswick Benjamin W. 14 Ann street 
Batchelor Nathan, sailmaker, Gough streets of Granby 
Batchelor William, watchman, Biddle alley w of Ross st 
Batchelor Joseph, cor North and Saratoga sts 
Bateman Catherine Eden st s of Gough 
Bateman Benjamin, tobacconist, Bank street e of Eden 
Bateman Benjamin, bailiff, cor Market and Pratt sts n p 
f Bateman Edward, drayman, Canal streets of Orleans 
Bates Eliza, Pearl street n of Lexington 
Bates Francis, 4 Mulberry street 

Bates John, grocer, sw cor Bond street and Strawberry alley 
fBates, James, carter, Sugar alley 

Bathurst Matthew, merchant, 28 e Water st. dw North st op- 
posite Watch house 
Baths Colonade,cor Saratoga and Davis streets 
Batte Richard H. firm of Dare and Battee, dw Hanover street 

between Barre and Lee streets 
Battee Elisha, Fair Mount hill, near cor Pitt & Ann sts 
Battese John J. waterman, Cross stnear Johnson 
Batty James, gunpowder factor, 7 w Pratt st dw e side of Cal- 
vert n of Monument Square 
Batty Samuel, carpenter, Orleans street e of Aisquith 
Batzell George, carter, Cove street near Paca 
Baudmnn John, tobacconist, Eutaw street n of Lombard 
Baughman & Bevan, stone cutters, se cor Park & Franklin 
Baughman Jacob, carpenter, Wine street e of Cove 
Baughman Frederick, stone cutter, 283 n Howard street 
Baughman George, boot and shoemaker, 96 s Howard st 
Baum Samuel, carpenter, Mulberry st w of Pearl 
Baum Margaret, Pearl street s of Saratoga 
Bausman John, 16 s Liberty street [Bond street n of Gough 
Bawden John, tailor, Frederick st s of Baltimore st dw 207 
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Baxley George W. 99 Green street 
Baxley James, carter, n e cor Eden and Orleans sts 
Baxley Dr. H. Willes, Fayette st e of Paca 
Baxley George, druggist, se cor Howard and Franklin sts. 
Baxter mrs Sarah, tutoress, Courtland st s of Saratoga 
Baxter Elijah T. wood dealer, in alley running from 20 Thom- 
son st to Orleans street 
Baxter Sarah, grocer, 15 Fleet street 
Baxter A. T. gunmaker, 67 w Pratt st. near Bowly's wharf 
Bay Hugh, carpenter, 275 n Howard street, dw 277 Howard 
Bayless Jane, 128 Lexington street 
Bayless James P. tanner and currier, 1 Cheapside, dw Cove 

street near Pratt street 
Bayley Wm. s!ater,Front st s of Low, yard North st opposite 
tBayley John, labourer, William st near Cross [Gas.house 
Bayley Henry, glass cutter, 50 Exeter street 
JBayley John, labourer, William street near Cross 
Bayley Henry, glass cutter, 50 Exeter street 
Baylor John, carpenter, Cross street near Wilk 
Bayly William, accountant 167 High street 
Bayne, James, rope maker, Harford jroad n of the Church 
Bayner mrs Elizabeth, 71 h Liberty st 
Bayner mrs'Mary, 11 Gay street o. t. 
Bayzen William H. tailor, 2 Caroline row Caroline street 
Bazaar, 10 Harrison street, see Advertisement. 
Beadel Henry and Co. com. merchants, 12 s Charles st 
Beale mrs*;Maria, huckster, St. Mary street s of Ross 
Beall R. B. stock.and exchange Agent, over 2 South street 
Beall mrs boarding house, 36 S:>uth street 
Beall mrs. 49 n Eutaw st 

Beam Jacob, flour inspector, George street e of Pine 
Beamer Henry, grocer, ne cor Lexington and Paca sts 
Bean George, pilot, Ann street n of Wolf 
Bean Eleanor, Ann street n of Wolf street 
Bean Richard, pilot, Lancaster street w of Wolf 
Bear John, victualler, Hoffman street e of Penn. avenue 
Beard James, sea captain, 55 Market street 
Beard David huckster, Penn. av s of Biddle street 
Beard John, market master, Hanover street near Hill 
Beastall Samuel H. hatter, 211 Bond street 
Beastall mrs Mary, Strawberry alley n of Cough street 
Beaston George, merchant, Wilk st w of Exeter 
Beatson Henry, cabinet maker, 105 Lombard street 
Beatman Benjamin, tobacconist, Bank st e of Eden 
Beatty miss Mary, 18 Mercer street 

Beatty Edward & Co. flour and com. merchants, 7 w Pratt 
Beatty Cornelius E. firm Norris &, Beatty, dw 59 's Sharp st 
Beatty William H. &>Co. grocers, cor Pratt and South sts 
Beatty William Henry, 12 s Howard street 
Beatty George, wood dealer, Eden street s of Pratt 
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Beaunough John, tailor, s Charles st 

Beck mrs Elizabeth, Park lane e of Pine street 

Beck Elizabeth, huckster, Bishop's alley s of Fawn street 

Becket Benjamin, hatter, Canal street s of Baltimore 

Bedford William, carter, Wolf street n of Gough 

tBeeches Rachel, washer, East street s of Douglass 

tBeefelt mrs Margaret, Eutaw street n of Lombard 

Beefelt Henry, shoemaker, Lombard street near Pa«a 

Beeg Mary, Weaver, Mulberry street w of Cove 

tBeems William, boot and shoemaker, Sharp street 1 door s 

of Pleasant 
Beerhurst Francis, labourer, Burk st Canton 
Beezel Henry, labourer, Green sts of Conway 
Behove Lymus, drayman, Asbury lane or street 
Behrens George, cordwainer, Water street e of the Market 
Behrens Christian, blacksmith, Lee street near Light 
Beiswanger Jacob, shoemaker, Hull's lane e of Howard 
Belk Henry, milkman, Baltimore street 2d door e of Spring 
Bell & Towson, stone cutters, 7 Lexington street 
Bell and Evans, coopers, 62 Pratt street 
Bell Thomas, stone cutter, Hillen street wof High 
Bell William firm of do. dw Holland street 
Bell William, tailor, Mullikin street Fairmount Hill 
Bell Hugh, shoestore, 4 Centre Market Space, dw Holland st 

near Harford run 
Bell Hugh, stone cutter, Hillen street e of Front street 
Bell mrs R. milliner, 81 south Street 
Bell John, weaver, Whitworthrow e of Ros3 street 
Bell John, oyster house, Eutaw street n of Dutch alley 

Bell labourer, Amity street n of Baltimore street 

Bell Frederick, book binder, Eutaw street n of Pratt 

Bell Richard, grocer, sw cor Argyle alley and Fleet st 

Bell James,, brickmaker, commons n of Spring street 

tBell Robert, brickmaker, Columbia street near C)ve 

fBell Elizabeth, Market alley n of Fayette street 

tBell Robert, porter, 56 Park street 

Belone Pascall, carpenter, EJen st n of Pitt 

Belt Thomas H. 10 Courtland street 

Belt George G. attorney at law, Courthouse lane 

Beltz Barbara, shop, Park street near Saratoga 

Beltzhover & Co. general stage oni3e,Lightst near Baltimore 

BeltzhooverGeo. proprietor of Fountain Inn, Light st near 

Baltimore street 
Beman mrs. boarding house, Calvert n of Fayette 
Bender mrs Catherine, 44 Franklin street 
Benevolent Society's School, Madison street extended 
Benjamin Levin, dealer in furniture, Caroline row Ciroline st 
Benner Mary E. Hampstead st n of Coroline 
Benner Thomas S. 254 n Gay street o t 
Benner Daniel, cordwainer, Penn avenue s of Biddle street 

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Benner Samuel, silver plater, Montgomery st near Light 
Benner Joseph, bricklayer, Lerew's alley extended 
Benetcup William, dairyman, Saratoga street w of Cove 
Bennet John, Paca street w of Lunn's Lane 
Bennet Fielding, pilot, 17 Philpot street 
Bennet Eli, Cove street n of Fayette 
Bennet mrs Rose, Market street s of Wilk 
Bennet John, stone cutter, Hull's lane e of Forrest st 
Bennet Mary, seamstress, Wolf st s of Fleet 
Bennet Thomas, Monument street Eof Ensor 
Bennet Comfort, 6*1 Exeter street 
Bennet George, bricklayer, cor Wilk and Canal sts 
Bennet Patrick, labourer, Penn av n of Preston street 
Bennet Thomas, rigger, cor Lancaster street and Argyle alley 
tBennet Stephen, sawyer, Jefferson street e of Aisquith 
tBennet Rachel, Washington Square n of Baltimore street 
tBennet Robert, waiter, Forest sts of Orleans 
tBennet Peter, carpenter, Forest street s of Orleans 
tBennet Garret, labourer, Guilford alley near Light street 
Benson B. G. lottery office, 20 Pratt street near the Market 
Benson Samuel, labourer, Light st s of York 
Benson Margaret, 59 Centre Market Space 
Benson Paul, seaman, Wolf street near Thames, 
Benson R. draper and tailor, 7 s Calvert street 
Benson Charles, mariner, 11 Mulberry street 
Benson Joseph, Pratt street e of High 
Benson Robert, boarding house, cor Charles st& Uhler's alley 
Benson Charles E. dry goods mt. 27 n Howard street 
Benson Samuel, merchant tailor, 68 Baltimore street 
Benson James, labourer, Union street E. of Penn. av. 
Bentley Frisby, labourer, Forest street s of Douglass 
Bentley Joseph, engineer, Holland st w p 
Bentz John A. 61 Lombard street 
Bentzel! William, coppersmith, X alley 
Benwine Lewis, seaman, Argyle alley n of Lancaster street 
Bergin Jas grocery and liquor store, Frederick st near Water 
Beringhaus Frederick, blacksmith, Frederick st n of Water 
Berley Samuel, labourer, Ross st w of Bidule 
Bernard William, fisher Fort road 

Bernard Stephen, French and Spanish teacher, 19 Mercer st 
Berry John W. carpenter, German st near Creen 
Berry mrs. milliner, 25 Lexington street 
Berry John, carpenter, 25 Lexington st 
Berry Sarah, Fell street, s of Thames 
Berry Horatio, house carpenter, German st near Green 
Berry James, printer, Forest street n of Ensor 
Berry Israel, k side Long alley n of Lexington st 
Berry Nicholas, stage driver, 240 n Howard st 
Berry mrs Elizabeth YV. Lee street near Sharp 
Berry William H. clerk 18 Potter street 
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Berry John & Thomas L. premium fire proof brick manufac- 
turers, yard rear of Col. J. Berry, dw 133 Sharp at 
Berry Thomas L. firm of do 144 Sharp street 
Berry Col. John, firm of John and Thomas L. 133 s Sharp st 
Berry mrs Mary, Biddle street wof Penn. av 
Berry mrs Elizabeth, se cor Lee and Sharp streets 
tBerry, Daniel, barber, Paca street nof Fayette 
tBerry Martha, Low street 

tBerry John A. carpenter, Long alley, n of New street 
JBerry John, fruit dealer, Mechanics alley s side 
f Berry William, rope maker, Cross street near William 
Berry man John, Franklin street e of Pine 
Berryman John, shoemaker, Harford road n of the Church 
Bersch Henry, merchant tailor, svv cor Pitt and High sts 
Berteau Nicholas, sw cor Bond and Water streets 
Berteau mrs Mary, fancy store, 21 Maryland Arcade 
Berton Jonathan bricklayer, Jefferson st e of Aisquith street 
tBes Julia Ann, Asbury lane 
•f Bethel Church, Saratoga st near Gay, 
Betson Joseph, cooper, Chamberlain alley near Eutavv street 
tBett Charles labourer, Penn. avenue extended 
Betten Thomas, stock store, 23 Maryland Arcade 
Betton Job, machinist, Sugar alley 
Betts mrs Marv K. ne cor Fleet and Ann sts 
Betts Henry, Gay street e of Monument 
Belts Solomon, flour merchant, 71 BowJy's wharf, dw St Paul 

street s of Lexington 
Betts Robert, carpenter, Hampstead street e of Spring 
Betts William C. pri iter, Water street n of Exeter 
Beuche John A. 26 Conway st, office cor Charles and Pratt 
Bevan Horatio, cutler, Garden st 

Bevan Reuben A. cabinet maker, Caroline row Caroline st 
Bevan William, grocer, sw cor St. Paul and Himilton sts. 
Bevan Joseph, clock and watchmaker, 77 Hanover st. 
Bevan Samuel, dry goods store, 5S Hanover street 
Bevans Thomas, sea captain, sw cor Spring and Pratt sts 
Beveridge mrs Jackson's court, b of Ross street 
Beveridge John, tailor, over 30 Centre Market Space 
BeveridgeCha*. C. firm Beveridge & Durham, dw 13 Mott st 
Beveridge & Durham merchant tailors 20 n Gay street 
Biays Robert, Gravel alley rear of Calvert street city s pring 
Bichler Joseph' shoemaker, Caroline st n of Fhet 
Bickley Samuel, shoe store, 60 Centre Market space 
Bickner A. ft. domestic hardware store, 5 Hanover street 
Biddison Ruth Ann, Holiday street near Pleasant 
Biddle mrs. Baltimore street e of Cove 
Biddle Abraham, Richmond street near Park 
Bier Jacob, cashier of Marine Bank, dw over ne cor of Gay 

and Second streets 
Bier Capt James, 55 Market street f ? 
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Bigelow Charles & Co. shoe dealers, 186 Baltimore street 
Biggert John, dry goods mt. 8 Harrison street, dw Pitt st e of 

Aisquith street 
Biggert Margaret, Pitt street w of Harford run 
Bigham John, flour merchant, 26 Franklin street 
Bikel Christopher, labourer, cor Cross and William sts 
Billitoti Charles, huckster, Spring street n of Gough 
tBillingsly Henry, sawyer 10 s Liberty street 
Billmyer Jacob, shoe store, 15 and 17 Maryland Arcade, dw 

East street near Ilillen 
Bilson John, plasterer, 50 Pearl street 
Bilton John, barber, 15 Market street 
Bianack Elisha, plasterer, Monument st e of Aisquith 
Bines Robt. agent for Baltimore Alms house,office 29 s Gay st 
Binion Thomas, Fleet st \v of Wolf 
Binuer Adam, cordwainer. Franklin st w of Chatsvvorth 
Binney mrs Margaret, Exeter street s of French 
Eirch 'William S. Venitian blind manufacturer, 16 Light at 
Birch William S. paper hanger, 23 n Howard street 
Birch William S. venitian blind manufacturer and upholsterer 

123 Baltimore st 
Birchnell & Smith, carpenters, sw cor Eutaw and Mulberry 

streets, dwT. Birchnell, Paca w of Franklin 
Birchnell Thomas, carpenter, Wine street e of Cove 
Birckhead and Pearce, commision merchants,83 Bowly's whf. 
Birckhead Hugh, firm of do. dw n Charles street betw Barnet 

and Lexington street 
Birckhead Christopher, seaman, 10 Ann street 
Birckhead Dr. Solomon, cor Saratoga and Charles streets 
Bird Nathan, tailor, St Miryst s of Ross street 
Birely V. and Co. hide an J leather dealers, 10 Cheapside 
Birkey Thomas H. grocer, ne cor Lexington and Howard sts. 

dw Howard n of Saratoga 
Birkey Thomas, dry goods mt. 84 n Howard street 
Birnie Clotworthy jr. attorney at Law, 22 St. Paul st dw 

Eutaw st 1 door n of Saratoga street 
Biscrod Frederick H. manufacturer of smoking tobacco, Lee 

street near Light 
Biscoe John, shoemaker, Orleans street 4 doors e of Long lane 
Biscoe Jame3, commission merchant, cor Light and Camden 

streets, dw Paca street e of Green 
Bishop Richard, coachmaker, Charles st near Fayette 
Bishop Elizabeth, widow, 28 Ann street 
Bishop James, cordwaioer, Peirce street e of Cove 
Bishop Richard R. painter, Wolfst n of Thames 
Bishop D ivid, cabinet maker, East st s of Fre nch 
tBishop Rigden, Dutch allley e of Paca street 
tBishop Perry, carter, Sugar alley, 
Bissett Tho nas, watchman, 10 Peace alley 
Bitinger John, cordwainer, 113 n Eutaw street 

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Bitzell Peter, morocco dresser, Cove street extended 
Bixler Daniel, tobacconist 57 n Howard street 
Bizett Owen, ship carpenter, 144 s Eutaw street 
Bizourd Thomas f. professer French language and Vice Con- 
sul for his holiness the Pope, 30 Franklin street 
Black Henry, malt yeast factory, 74s Charles street 
Black Vachel, stone ware factory ,cor Paca st and Dutch alley 
Black Vachel, tavern keeper, Annapolis road near Spring 
Black John, weaver, Franklin street extended [Gardens 

Black Thomas, flour merchant, 30 n Howard street 
Black John, sailmaker, Happy alley n of Wilk street 
tBlack Jacob, labourer, Short alley 
tBIack Fayton, coachman, Forest street s of Douglass 
Blackburn Thomas, cordwainer, Frederick st n of Water 
Blackburn J. C. attorney at law, Courthouse lane 
Blackburn Elizabeth, teacher, Paca street n of Mulberry 
Blackiston John, cabinet maker, Cove street s of Mulberry 
Blackley .William, victualler, Pitt st 4th door w of Straw- 
berry alley 
Blackney Abel, finsor street, s of Mott 
iBlackstone Eliza, Park lane, e of Pine [dw 83 Green st 

Blackwood Joseph, carpet merchant, 1884 lialtimore street 
Blades Colmer, cordwainer, Penn. avenue n of Franklin st 
Blades Elizabeth, milliner, Bond st n of Wilk st 
Blades Rixon, brickmaker, Hughes st near Light 
Blades Leonard, chair maker, 31 Exeter st [Pine 

Blair James, justice of peace, 32 Eutaw st. dw Franklin st e of 
Blair mrs Elizabeth, 29 Front street 
Blake miss Margaret, dress maker, 22 e Baltimore street 
Blake John, weaver, Lerew's alley, 

Blake George, grocer, 151 cor Busy alley and Sarp street 
Blake James, Centre st near St Paul 
Blake Hanson, carter, Run alley n ofLexington st 
tBlake Isacc, barber, 67 w Pratt st. dw Caroline st near Meei- 

ing house 
+Blake Levin, labourer, Spring street n of Wilk 
tBlake Charles, labourer, Granby street 2 doors e of the Falls 
JBlake Frisby, porter, Hillen street e of Front 
tBlake Daniel, drayman, Bounty alley 
-tBlake Isaac, sawyer, Starr alley n of Fleet street 
BlanchardjT. H. hair dresser, 31 Centre Market space, 
Blanchard mrs. 7 Waterloo row n Calvert st 
Blandford John, ship carpenter, 10 Ann st 
Blauey James, bricklayer, Baltimore st e of Pine 
Blaney Thomas, victualler, York avenue 
Blass Wm. H. cabinet maker, Comet st 
Blaskie John G. tavern, 13 Thames st 
Bleakly Samuel H. currier, 5 Cheapside, dw Charles st betw 

Conway and Barre 
Blick Wm. B. teacher, Orleans st 2d door e of Spring 
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Blinn L. G. picture frame manufacturer, South st near Water 

Blinslinger George M. baker, 132 n Eutavv st 

Buzzard John, copper refiner, Pratt st vv of Bond 

Blizzard mrs huckster, New st e of Paca 

Block Elizabeth, corner Forest and Ensor sts 

Block E. firm Judah &, Block d\v Holiday st near Pleasant. 

Bloudel Elizabeth, Hill st near Hanover 

Bloom Christopher, Liberty alley n of Beuren st 

Bloom Myers, pedlar, Eutavv st n of New 

Bloomer J. W. hatter, 145 Baltimore st dw 38 n Gay st 

Bloomer F. hat store, s w corner Baltimore and South sts 

Blotter Christian, William alley near William st 

Blume Fredk. piano maker, Park st bet. Madison and Lex. 

Blyden mrs Sarah, grocer, Fleet st w of Bond 

tBoargoin Bridget, Gough st e of Caroline 

tBoardley Charles, labourer, 25 Lerew's alley 

Boarman Ignatius, carpenter, 59 Pearl st 

Boarman Ignatius, carpenter, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 

Boatman Andrew, victualler, York avenue 

tBodely Stephen, carter, 45 Pearl st 

Boden William, gunsmith, 76 Harrison st 

Bodensick David, cabinet maker, Mulberry st w of Pearl 

Bodley John, victualler, Eden st s of Pitt 

Bodman Win. vinegar dealer, n e corner Pratt and Howard 

sts dw s w corner do 
Boehm Charles L. wine merchant corner Light st wharf and 

Welcome alley, dw 194 Baltimore st near Charies 
Boehm Charles^G. 121 Hanover st 

tBoen Clara, washer, Richmond st bet Cathedral & Howard 
Bogenpaun John, carpet weaver, Biddle st w of Penn av 
Boggs John & Co. Commission merchants and produce agents 

14 Spear's wharf 
Boggs Alex. E.firm do dw Balto st sside, 2 doorsjG of Exeter 
Boggs Harmanu3, dw Lexington st e of Pino 
Boggus Robert, shoemaker, Eager alley, near Saratoga st 

Bogue -, tailor, 11 New Church st 

Bohen James, brickmaker, Hill st w of Charles 

Bohn Jacob, 130 n Howard st 

Boice Thomas, bricklayer, s Charles st extended 

Boice Charles, grocer, n w corner Park and Lexington sts 

Bokee John C. firm Myers and Bokee, Gay st e of Front 

Bokee Catherine, S. 45 High st 

Bokee Sophia, china, glass and hardware store,'21 Bazaar, 

dw High st between Pitt and Low 
Bolgiano Wm. grocer, intersection Har. road and York av. 
Bollman Andrew, bricklayer, Pearl st n of Mulberry 
Bollman George, baker, East st n of Hillen 
Bolster Thos, clothing store, 3 Light st wharf,dw 109 Sharp st 
Bolin Roger, carpenter, corner College alley and Pleasant st 
Bolte John F. flour and grain merchant, 30 n Gay st o t 
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Bolte John, commission merchant, dw York avenue 

Bolton & Glanville, hatters, 50 Centre Market space 

Bolton Maria, n w corner Aisquith st and Maiden lane 

Bolton mrs Mary, 72 Market st f p 

Bolton Hugh, firm Stewart & Bolton, 30 Front st 

Boman Andrew, stage driver, 124* Eutaw st 

Bombarger John W. Gay st w of Aisquith 

Bornbarger John, farmer, Bond st n of Pratt 

Bonaparte J. N. s w corner Charles & Pleasant sis 

Bond William, Davis st near Lexington 

Bond Barney, carter, Gough st vv of Eden 

Bond Thomas, carter, Douglass st 2nd house \v of Aisquith 

Bond Philip, carpenter, Moore alley w of Eutaw st 

Bond Thomas, porter cellar, corner Fayette & North sts dw 

next door 
Bond John, tailor, Aisquith st s of Douglass 
Bond mrs E. 120 Lombard st 
Bond Dr. Thomas E. 94 Lombard st 
Bond Lambert, W. grocer, s Charles st extended 
Bond John, engineer, Falls turnpike, near Lanvale Factory 
Bond Benj. 1st teller in Franklin Bank Exeter sts of Stiles 
Bond Wm. Labourer, Strawberry alley n of Pratt st 
fBond Stephen, porter, L. Pleasant st near College alley 
tBond Washington, rear of 91 Pitt st 
fBoud mrs washer, Columbia st between Howard & Eutaw 
Bonday James, cooper, 8 Fleet st 
Bonn Richard, tobacconist, Perry st near Charles 
Bonn A. & J. tobacconists, 22 Pratt st & 92 s Charles st 
Boun A. firm of do dw s side Conway st near Howard 
Bonn Philip, carpenter, St Mary st s of Ross 
Bonn J. dw Eutaw st n of Conway 
Bonnberger Michael, Wolf st near Thames 
Bonnefin Nicholas, Asquith st n of Pitt 
Bonner Hugh, shoemaker, near Chas. st City spring Court 
Bonsai Robert, printer, s Charles st near Monument 
JBonum Dumont, paper hanger, 39 High st 
Booker John L. hatter, Mulberry st near Park 
Bookhultz Joseph, Charles st near Montgomery 
Bookhurst Francis,shoemaker,Liberty alley s of Monument st 
Bookman Mary Ann, shop keeper, Harford road n of the 

Lumber yard 
Bookman Michael, shoemaker, Briton st n of Monument st 
Bool H. W. jr. auctioneer, 60 Baltimore st 
Boolman Wendal, carpenter, Penn av s of Preston st 
Boon Nicholas, grocer, n e corner Baltimore and Spring sts 
Boon Burly G. collector and bookseller, Canal st n of Wilk 
Boon John H. D. 168 n Gay st o t 
Boon Joshua, seaman, Short st near Jefferson 
tBoon Philip, brickmaker, Short alley 
fBoon Benjamin, carter, Chesnut allev w of Pearl st 

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Booth J. R. tobacconists vv corner Hanover and Camden sts 

i Booth John, stevadore, Jefferson st 1st door e of Short 
tBooth Wm. labourer, Caroline st n of Gough 

tBooth Edward, ship carpenter, 13 Tyson st 

Booth by Wm. lead factory Fayette st near Charles 

Booth Washington/firm Stevenson & Booth , tanners, dw w 
Baltimore st extended 

Boothe Joseph, upholsterer, Canal st s of Baltimore 

Booze James, tavern keeper, 77 McElderry's wharf 

Booze Wm. B.ship carpenter, 30 Ann st 

Bordenhammer miss Mary, Fayette st e of Fine 

Bordley BeaIe,painter,Courtland st bet.Pleasanl&MuIberry sts 

Bordley Daniel, clerk, High st s of Water 

Bordley Wm. Perry st near Charles 

Bordley Daniel, Pratt st e of Gough 

Bordley mrs Susan, Biddle st 

Bordley mrs^ Margaret Biddle st 

^Bordley Anthony, Fayette st e of Pine 

Borgelt John, carpenter, Wagon alley n of Howard street 

Borgelt George, tinner, Chesnut alley w of Pearl street ; 

Borgelt Jacob, boot and shoe maker, cor Eutaw st and Cham 
berlain alley 

Boring William, labourer, 13 n Green street 

Borland Thomas, merchant, 16 Fayette st 

Bose Wm,firm Dobbin Murphy & Bose, dw 1 Lexington st 

Bose Adam, baker, 185 Bond street 

Bosley James B. justice of peace, 43 Water st w of Frederick 

dw Baltimore stnear Caroline 
Bosley mrs. 164 n Gay street 
Bosley Caieb, labourer, 16 Monument street 
Bosley John, shoemaker, French st nearly opposite Exeter 
Bosley mrs Elizabeth, 54 High street 

Bosley Jas. mt. counting house & dw Fayette st near Calvert 
fBoston Daniel, boarding house, 114 Bond street 
fBoston Daniel, Charles street near York street 
Boswell John, moulder, West street 
Boswell James, music printer, s Charles street 
Bostic James, cordwainer, 111 n Eutaw street 
Bostic George, Marion street near Park 
Boston Charles, carpenter, cor Happy alley &, Wilkst 
Boston John, labourer, Saratoga, street 77 
Boston Jacob, hatter, 8 s Calvert dw 34 Exeter street 
fBoston Daniel, carter, Busy alley near Sharp street 
JBoston Maria, Market alley n of Fayette st 
fBoston Jacob, labourer, Forest st n of Douglass 
IBoston Mary, washer Caroline st s of Wilk 
Botfield mrs Susanna, tailoress, Orleans st e of Friendship 
Bottomer Thomas, cordwainer, corner Union and Ross sts 
Bottomer Richard, 29 High st 
Bottenfield Christian, shoemaker, 6 Bond st 
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Bovvden Francis, labourer, near s vv corner Bond and Monu- 

tBounaparte John, barber, 41 e Baltimore st [rr.ent sts 

Boulton Mary, 72 Market st fp 

Bouchet Mary, second hand clothing store, 36 Harrison st 

Bouchet Michael, cutler, 48 Harrison st 

Bouis John, tin plate worker, 16 South st 

Boulden Thomas, pilot, Wilk st E of Market 

JBoulden Spencer, porter, Forest st s of Douglass 

Boulden Francis, shoemaker, 184 n Gay st 

Boulden Stephen, carpenter Short st n of Jefferson 

Bouldin Alex. J. surveyor of Balto Co. dw 11 Holliday st 

tBouldin Wm. labourer, Granby st 4 doors e of the Falls 

Bounds James boot maker, Orleans st e of Friendship, 

Bourgoin Augustine, confectioner; Caroline st e of Gough 

Boury Elizabeth, 53 High st 

Bowdel Richard, tailor, Gay st e of Forest 

Bowen Mary, midwife, 7 Fleet st 

Bowen Richard, shoemaker, Water st w of Exeter 

Bowen James, Orleans st n side E of Aisquith 

Bowen Richard, prccer. Howard st near Barre 

Bowen Harry, Caroline st n of Fleet 

Bowen, Jones & Sellers, importers of cloths, cassimeres and 

vestings, 163 Baltimore st 
Bowen Pitt, carter, Madison st n of Lerews alley 
Bowen Ann, seamstress, Hamburg st near Light 
Bowen Thos. whip sawyer, Spring st near Wilk 
Bowen Jesse, carpenter, Silver si e of Eden 
Bowen Jonas, victualler, Union st w of Ross 
Bowen mis Matilda, Pierce st e of Chatsworth 
Bowen Wm. grocery and liquor store' Ross st w of Biddle 
Bovver David, blacksmith, 14 Park st 
Bowers Martin, 93 n Gay st o t 

Bowyer Stephen, Salisbury st 1st house w of Harford run 
Bowzer Jeremiah, labourer, Richmond st near Tyson 
tBowzer Daffnel, boarding house, 51 South st 
tBowzer Moses, porter, 42 Park st 

Bowerman H. N. clerk, corner Courtland and Saratoga sts 
Bowerson Levi, bailiff, Pine st e side n of Mulberry 
Bowie mrs Ann. Frederick st near Gay 
Bowie Reuben S. painter & paper hanger, High st n ofBalto. 
Bowers Caspar, shoemaker. M'Eldeny st e of Aisquith 
Bowers Frederick, carter, William st near Cross 
Bowers Ann Margaret, grocer, n w corner Orleans &CanaI sts 
Bowers Wm. coach painter, Ensor st n w of monument 
Bowers George, Exeter st n of Pitt 
Bowers John, labourer, Ensor st n w of Monument 
Bowers mrs Eve, Ensor st n w of Monument 
f Bowers Nathaniel, labourer, Peirce st w of Pearl 
tBowers Daniel, victualler, Caroline st s of York 
Bowerman mrs. teacher, Bond st s of Alice Anna 
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Bowers Jacob, victualler, Saratoga st extended 
Bowers Peirce, carter, w Baltimore st extended 
Bowers Valentine, tailor, Lancaster st w of Ann 
fBowers Horace, drayman, Sarah Ann st w of Chatsworth 
tBowers Nathaniel, carter, Sarah Ann st w of Chatsworth 
iJowersock Augustus, carpenter, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Bowie Reuben S. sign painter, 8 High, shop e Baltimore st 
Bowley Amelia, grocer, 270 n Howard st 
iBowley Joseph, labourer, Bounty alley 
Bowlin Wm. labourer, Tyson st 

Bowman John, cordwainer, Eager alley near Saratoga st 
Bowyer Robert, waiter, 35 n Liberty st 
Boyd Michael, porter cellar, 31 s Gay st 
Boyd mrs Alexander, Chatsworth st extended 
ioyd Joseph, hatter, Holiday st 3 doors s of Pleasant 
Boyd Alexander, coach trimmer, York avenue 
Boyd John, porter, cellar, South st near Balto dw Lovely lane 
Boyd Samuel, carpenter, dw Baltimore st e of Spring, lumber 

yard, Spring st e of Caroline 
Boyd Samuel, tobacconist, 123 Pratt st 
Boyd John, sailmakor, Gough st bet Eden st & Harford run 
Boyd Jacob, cordwainer, Lexington st w of Pin© 
Boyd Hugh, clothier, 20 Pratt st dw 47 Second st 
Boyd Wm. A. tobacconist, 2 New st 
Boyd John L. carpenter, Ensor stNE of Monument 

oyd mrs Elizabeth & Mary, 23 Fayette st [man 

Boyd Peter, soap and tallow chandler, Albemarle st s of Plow- 
Boyer Wm. carpenter, Orleans st w of Market 
Boyer Jacob, grocer & commission merchant, corner M* El- 

derry's wharf and Pratt st dw cor Pratt 8c Albemarle 
Boyer Maria, Sugar alley near Charles st 
Boyer Philip, firm Henry Klinefelter & Co. dw York av 
Boyer Barbara, Commons, n of Spring gardens 
tBoyer Emily, washer, Cove st near Conway 
tBoyer Wm. drayman, Sugar alley 

Boyle Edward, fancy store, 5 & 7 Bazaar, dw 50 Exeter st 
Boyle Hugh & Co. merchants, 75 Smith's wharf 
Boyle Hugh, firm do dw Charles st near St Paul's Church 
Boyle Edward, oyster and beer house, Court house lane & 10 

n Liberty st 
3oyle Michael^porter cellar s Gay st opposite Exchange 
3oyle Francis, Sharp st between Lexington and Saratoga 
Boyle Wm. K. superintendent chimnies, Eager alley 2 doors 
3race James, watchman, York avenue [from Saratoga st 

tBracker Richard, caulker, Eden st s of Gough 
Bradbury Stephen, seaman, Shakspeare st w of Market 
jBraddox Henry, Marion st near Park 
Braden Wm. drayman, Wagon alley near Howard st 
Bradenbaugh John, carpenter, 78 n Liberty st 
Bradenbaugh Jacob, shoemaker, Bank st w of Eden 

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Bradford John, flour merchant, s e corner of Commerce &/ 

Cable sts, dw St Paul st 1 door s of Franklin 
Bradford mrs Jane, 132 Hanover st 
Bradford George, grocer, Columbia st w of Paca 
Bradford mrs Margaret, Happy alley n of Lancaster st 
Bradly Robt. H. superintendent of sts Gough st s of Granby 
Bradley John, tailor, Bishop alley s of Stiles et 
Bradley Andrew, labourer, Apple alley s of Fleet st 
Bradshaw John, tavern keeper, 14 Pratt st w of Light 
Bradshaw Richard, tavern keeper, 3 Centre Market space 
Bradshaw James, cigar store, corner Cove & Saratoga sts 
Bradshaw Thomas, weaver, Franklin st extended 
Brady Patrick, carter, 12 Fish Market space 
Brady Greenbury, block and pump maker, Forest st N of 
Brady Jno. tavern keeper, 35 Water st e of Fredk. [xMonumt. 
Brady Ann, grocer, Harford av opposite the Chureh 
Brady Michael, carter, w Falls avenue near Water st 
Brady Benjamin, glass 8c earthern ware store, 97 Balto. st 
Brady Philip, grocery & liquor store, corner Pearl&George sts 

Brady plaisterer, 5 Pine st 

Brady John, coach painter, Holland st e of Harford run 

Brady Samuel, painter, Bank st 1 door w of Spring 

tBrall George, brick maker. Cross st near Johnson 

Bramble Wm. huckster, Friendship st 4 doors n of Orleans 

Brand Ann, seamstress, Fayette st opposite Fountain Stables 

Brandale Ferdinand, small beer brewer, 26 Front st 

Brannan Alexander, tavern keeper, 35 Centre Market space 

Brannan John, hatter, Bank st e of Eden 

Brannan Patrick, sailmaker, 6 Fleet st 

Brannan Mary, shopkeeper, 10 Block st 

Brannan John, blacksmith, 74 Harrison st 

Brannan Patrick, drayman, Ross st w of St Mary 

Brannan Sarah D. Lee st between Light & Charles 

Brannan &, Forney, grocers, 263 Baltimore st 

Brannan John firm do dw Paca st n of Mulberry 

Brannan miss Eleanor, Fayette st e of Cove 

Brannum John, keeper Eastern fountain, Gough st e of Eden 

Branson Margaret, Baltimore st e of Pine 

Branson Joseph, Hatter, corner Thomas and Fall sts 

Brant Jarad,commission merchant,corner Commerce & Water 

sts dw Jefferson row, Conway st 
Brant John, grocer, se corner Exeter & Gay sts 
Brant mrs Harriet, grocery, Fayette ste of Pearl 
Brashears mrs Ann, boarding house, n w corner Lombard & 

Eutaw sts 
Brashears John B. cabinet maker.Lunn's lane n of Conway st 
Brashear Christopher, cooper, Lancaster st w of Market 
Brashears John B. cabinet maker,corner Argyle alley 8c Lan- 
Brass Joseph, grocer, 32 Commerce st [caster st 

Bratt Thomas, whitesmith, Sugar alley near Light st 
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Bratt John, glass house, dw Johnson st 

Bratt Geo. iron founder, Light st bet. Sugar al. and Hughes st 
Braughton Isaac, carpenter, Sterling st n of Monument 
Braun Sylvester, bacon merchant, 13 Bond st 
Brauns &Focke, importers of german goods, 194 Balto. st 
Brauns F. S. Lexington st between Charles and Liberty 
Brawden Caleb, carpenter, Caroline st s of Water 
Brawner Andrew, Ensor st w of Monument 
Brawning Margaret, seamstress, 183 French st 
Brawning Mary, butter dealer, Harford av. n of the Church 
Breck Joseph, attorney at law, n w corner St. Paul and Fay- 
ette sts dw corner High &, Hillen 
Breckenridge rev. Robert J. pastor 2d Presbyterian Church 

Baltimore st w ol East n side 
Breckle John, carpenter, Franklin st w of Pine 
Brecklehurst John, fancy store, Pratt st wof Albemarle 
Bredenmeyer Frederick, 85 Conway st 
Breed Martin, carpenter, Ross st w of Eutaw 
Brenan Peter Edward, mahogany dealer, 10 n Frederick si 
Brenan Bernard, grocer, s w corner Baltimore &, Holliday sts 
Brenan Francis, grocer, corner Bath and Dayis sts 
Brenan Thomas B. general agent, n e corner St. Paul and 

Fayette sts dw Franklin st w of Pearl 
Brendel George G. cordwainer, Pearl street n of Fayette 
Bresnie Henry, liquor store, German street near Sharp 
Brevitt mrs. 108 s Sharp street 
Brevitt Doctor Joseph, Aisquith street n of Orleans 
Brewer Elias, tavern keeper, 5 Fish Market 
Brewer Daniel, cabinet maker, 33 Harrison Street 
Brewer Nicholas, justice of peace & market master, 27 Gay 

street o t. office corner of Fish and Marsh Markets 
Brewer, Eliza, fish dealer, York avenue 
Brewner Andrew, tobacconist, Schroeder street n of Saratoga 
Brian Nancy, spooler, Freedom st n of Sarah Ann 
Brian John , carpenter, Montgomery st near Light 
tBrain Abraham, drayman, Howard street extended 
Briant mrs J. C. milliner, 27$ Baltimore street 
Brice Henry, notary public and justice of peace, sw cor of 

Gay and Water sts. dw Front st n ofBaltimore 
Brice N. C. accountant, cor Lee and Sharp sts 
Brice John, commission mt. basement story of the Exchange, 

no 23, dw Calvert street s of Saratoga 
Brice Susan, dress maker, 127 Pearl st 
Brice Nicholas, chief judge ofBaltimore City Court, dw 

Charles between Hamilton and Centre sts 
Brice George H. attorney at law, Fayette st near Charles 
f Brice Susan, washer, Low street w of Aisquith 
tBrice Richard, labourer, 7 Block street 
tBrice Kinsey, coachman, Short st Nof Jefferson 
Bridge Isabella, Tyson alley 

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Bridges John S. Baltimore street w of Green 
Bridges William, confectioner, 217 Baltimore street 
tBridges Edward, waiter, Holiday street n of Saratoga 
Brigg James, painter, York avenue 
Briggs, Christian, jeweller, Penn, avenue n of Biddle st 
Briggs Richard, cabinet maker, Fleet st w of.Happy alley 
Briggs Ann, tailoress, York street near William 
Brigham Wood, Water street w of Jone's Falls 
tBright Clement, teacher, East st s of Douglass 
f Bright Sarah, washer, Mulberry st near Park 
tBright Charles, fidler, Harford road n of the Church 
tBright Cloudsby, carter. Bounty alley 
Brigle Jacob, sadler, York avenue 
Briken Joseph Crawford; Forest st n of Madison 
Brinard Albert, sugar refiner, 17 New street 
Brinkerman Henry, Lee street between Light and Charles sts 
Briunison Margaret, w end of Baltimore street 
Brinton Mary Jane, tavern and boarding house, 3 Park st 
Brion Wilmina, 3 Thames st 
Briscoe mrs Mary, 38,;Albemarle st 
Briscoe Augustus cor Howard and Saratoga sts 
Briscoe Lewis, barber, n Howard st near Franklin 
Briscoe Dr. J. H. 6 St. Paul st 
Bristoe mr. carter, Saratoga st w of Eutaw 
tBristoe Susan, Pearl street n of Lexington 
Brister Susan, tailoress, Canal street n of Orleans 
tBriston David, porter, Forest st s of Orleans 
tBriton Henry, drayman, Wine st e of Pine 
Britt Severn, cord wainer, Eager alley near Mulberry st 
tBritton Mary, washer, Star alley n of Bank st 
Broadbent G. dry goods merchant, 5U Baltimore st. dw Holi- 
day street near Saratoga 
Broadbent William, fancy store, 123 Baltimore street 
Broaders Frederick W. R. tavern keeper, 24 Pratt et 
Broadfoot William, bookseller, dw n Liberty st between Lex- 
ington and Saratoga sts [Pratt and Cable sts 
Brochmen Hammond, cabinet maker," 5 Commerce st betw. 
tBrogden Austen, drayman, Chesnut st w of Pine 
Bromley Ann, tavern keeper, 7 Centre Market space 
Bromwell William, dry goods merchant, 177 Baltimore street 

dw 199 Baltimore street 
Brooke R. H. accountant and com. agent, over 91 Baltimore st 
Brooks & Harrison, auctioneers &com. mts O'DounelPs whf. 
Brooks Graham, firm do. dw Charles near Franklin 
Brooks William, car^driver, Bahimore'st extended 
Brooks Chauncey dry good3 mt. dw German st near Eutaw 
Brooks Isaac, iron store, 74 s Calvert street, dw Front st s of 
Brooks, Stevensj&c Co dry goods mts. 255 Baltimore st [Hillen 
Brooks William, grocer, 78 s Calvert st dw 34 Front st 
Brooks John, 14 Barnet street 
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Brooks Walter B. shoemaker, Pitt st w of Harford run 
Brooks Shadrack, tailor, Gough st s of Granby 
Brooks Joseph R. wood inspector, 59 High street 
Brooks Ransel, clock dealer, Gay st n of Aisquith 
Brooks Michael, liquor store, 70 Franklin street 
Brooks Elizabeth, York 6treet vv of Light 
Brooks Mary, Park Jane extended 
Brooks Robert, blacksmith, Columbia st near Cove 
tBrook Sarah, Peach al. w of Pearl street 
tBrook Henrietta, Granby st e of the Falls 
tBrooks Robert, caulker, Caroline st s of Water 
Broom Thomas, wheelwright, Pitt st Nside 3d door £ of Straw- 
berry alley, shop Bond near Water 
Broom James, cabinet maker, Wolf street n of Thames 
Broomfield mrs Ann, Spring st n of Baltimore 
Broon Eliza, Peace alley E of Lunn's lane, 
Brophy William labourer, Tyson alley 
Broyius miss Rosalia, tutoress, Centre st Eof St. Paul 
Brotherton capt. Thomas W. Water w of Caroline st n side 
Brotherton John P. carpenter, German street near Core 
Browne John W. int. and agent for New York and Phila- 
delphia Packets,65 Smith's wharf,dw 148 s Sharp st 
Browne mrs Sarah, fancy dress maker, 32 St. Paul st 
Browne Harman, grocer, s Frederick st dw Courtland st s of 

Mulberry 
Browne mrs Stewart, Courtland st 1 door s of Mulberry st 
Browne James/porter and oyster establishment, ne cor of 

Baltimore and Charles sts 
Browne James, eating house,sE cor Charles and Baltimore sts 
Brown mrs Esther, 25 n Gay st 

Brown John, brass turner, Argyle alley s of Alice Anna st 
Brown Charles, constable, 90 s Sharp street 
Brown mrs Dorothea, 77 High street 
Brown Mary M fancy dress maker, 82 s Sharp street 
Brown John, carpenter, 100 High st 
Brown Leyerian, musical academy, Barnet st near Sharp 
Brown Joseph B. carpenter, Long alley s of Ros3 street 
Brown James, soap boiler, 31 Exeter street 
Brown Jacob S. carpenter, Pine st s of George 
Brown James, Chatsworth e side n of Franklin 
Brown Uriah, 25 e Baltimore street 
Brown Henry, comb maker, Baltimore street e of Eden 
Brown John T. mathematical instrument maker,l4 Salisbury st 
Brown Joseph, shoemaker, 18 Thomson st [Aisquith st 

Brown mrs Elizabeth, seamstress, nw cor Hull's lane and 
Brown mrs Elizabeth, Mullikin street w of Strawberry alley 
Brown John H. Hillen st w of Exeter 
Brown Edward, labourer, Ross st e of st Mary st 
Brown Benjamin, lobourer, Biddle alley w of feoss street 
Brown Hester, Mulberry st w of Chatsworth 
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Brown Enoch, carpenter, Mott st e side 

Brown Abner, carpenter, Franklin st w ofChatsworth 

Brown Etobt. whip & thong maker, Amity st n of Baltimore 

Brown George, deputy keeper of the Penitentiary, York av. 

Brown Valentine.coachpainter, Constitution st n of Monument 

Brown David, carpenter, Constitution st s of Monument 

Brown David Miller, Forest st s of Orleans 

Brown Joshua,carter, w Pratt st extended 

Brown Samuel, Mulberry street near Lerew's alley 

Brown capt Michael, 20"BIock st 

Brown William ship carpenter, 32 Ann street 

Brown John, labourer, corner Gough and Pratt sts 

Brown Geo. deputy at Penitentiary, Briton stN of Monument 

Brown John, shoemaker, Armistead lane near Light st 

Brown John, ship carpenter, Hill st near Hanover 

Brown Gideon, iron founder, Hughes st near Light 

Brown mrs. tailoress, Park st between Saratoga and Mulberry 

Brown Nicholas, labourer, Lerew's alley extended 

Brown James, merchant, Mulberry st near Park 

Brown Ellen, tailoress, 5 Saratoga st 

Brown Isaac, paper hanger and painter, 117 High st 

Brown Wm. shoemaker, Spring st n of Wilk 

Brown Jacob, shoemaker, Apple alley s of Fleet st 

Brown Arthur, sawyer, Happy alley n of Alice Anna st 

Brown mrs Ann, grocer, Second st near Market space 

Brown John, bridge &, wharf builder, 37 Albemarle st 

Brown Uriah, surveyor and conveyancer, 25 e Baltimore st 

Brown David U. hardware merchant, 1644 Baltimore st dw 

25 e Baltimore st 
Brown Wm. huckster, Happy alley n of Gough st 
Brown Emma, dry goods store, 53 Harrison st 
Brown J. Harman, grocer and commission merchant, 52 s 

Frederick st dw Courtland st s of Mulberry 
Brown mrs Rose, 28 Holiiday st 
Brown mrs Alexander, Holiday st near Orange alley 
Brown George, hatter, 1 Thames st 
Brown mrs Mary, Hanover st between Barre and Lee 
Brown Peter, shoemaker, Welcome alley between Sharp and 
Brown Benjamin, Marion st near Liberty [Howard sts 

Brown Samuel, carter, corner Richmond and Cathedral sts 
Brown Charles, carpenter and tavern keeper, Thames st e of 
Brown John, sailmaker, Mullikin st Fair Mount hill [Block 
Brown Ann, carpet weaver, Happy alley n of Lancaster st 
Brown David, potter, n w corner Salisbury and Exeter sts 
Brown Harry, tailor, Happy alley N of Fleet st 
Brown Reuben, cordwainer, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Brown Joseph, cooper, Park lane w of Cove st 
Brown Joseph, grocer, Baltimore st w of Cove 
Brown Elijah, shoemaker and sexton Methodist Protestant 
Burying ground, 7 Mott st 
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Brown George, carpenter, Canal st n of Orleans 
Brown C. H.H. dry goods merchant, 173£ Baltimore?st 
Brown Alexander & Sons, merchants, 128 Baltimore st 
Brovvn Robert, watchmaker and Jeweller, 168£ Baltimore 8t 
Brown Jesse, mate, Eden st n of Pitt 
Brown Garret, dry goods store, Market st s of Alice Anna 
Brown Perry, whitewashes German st near Green 
tBrown Mary, Carpenter's alley 
fBrown Ann, Guilford alley near Light st 
tBrown Anderson, carter, Columbia st between Eutaw &, Pact 
tBrown Jacob, Sugar alley 

tBrown Perry, labourer, Guilford alley near Light st 
tBrown Charlotte, Sugar alley 

tBrown Edward, drayman, Douglass st w of Forest 
tBrown Joseph, blacksmith, Spring st N of Gough 
tBrown Philip, waiter, Hull's lane n sidew of Aisquith 
tBrown Jacob, drayman, 3 Charles st extended 
tBrown Catherine, Union st e of Penn. av. 
+Brown Henry, ciulker, Strawberry alley a of Fleet st 
tBrown Jeremiah, blacksmith, Saratoga st w of Cove 
tBrown Stephen, labourer, Happy alley n of Lancaster st 
tBrown Brisel, carter, Park lane w of Pearl st 
tBrown Perry, labourer, Canal st s oi Orleans 
tBrown Thomas, huckster, Bond st n of Gough 
tBrown Jane, Guilford alley near Charles st 
tBrown Jas„ carter, Necessity alley betw. Fxeter &, Potter sts 
tBrown Peter, Davis st near Bath 
tBrown Ann, Aisquith st n of Thomson 
tBrown James, 54 Park st 
tBrown Jsaacjabourer, 7 Lerew's alley 
tBrown Mary, Eutaw st s of Conway 
. JBrown Edmund, Eutaw st opposite Barre 
tBrown Wm. Bounty alley 
tBrown Maria, Long alley s of Newst 
tBrown Thomas, carpenter, 41 Pearl st 
tBrown Sarah, Wagon alley near Howard st 
tBrown Andrew, Salisbury st w of Harford run 
TBrown Thomas, carter, Strawberry alley n of Bank st 
tBrown Othello, labourer, Low st w of Aisquith 
tBrown Robert, caulker, Argyle alley 8 of Wilk st 
tBrown Rachel huckster, Asbury st 
tBrown Nancy, Cross st near Johnson 
Browning Edward, firm Croxall and Browning, dw Ferry road 

near Croxall and Browning's rope walk 
Browning Ritson, refrigerator manufacturer, 2 Commerce st 

dw Jackson st s side 
Browning Wm. S. merchant, dw Paca st opposite Camden 

store Pratt st w of Paca 
Browning John H. hardware merchant, s e corner Thames 
and Market sts 
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Browning Win. S. hardware merchant, 139 Pratt st 

Browning Ititson, carpenter, Exeter st n of YVilk 

Browning Edward, rope maker, corner Light and Austen sts 

Brownyard Caspar, cordvvainer, Penn. av. extended 

Bruce James, moulder, Montgomery st near Charles 

Bruce iiobert, merchant, dw 107 Park st 

tBruce Peter, hack driver, Salisbury alley e of Exeter st 

f Bruce Edward, gardner, 38 s Charles st 

BruffMary, Paca st n of Carpenter alley 

Bruff Thomas, ship carpenter, corner Washington & Wiik ste 

Bruff Wni. clerk, Pratt st 1 door e of Spring 

Bruff John, ship carpenter, Willi st w of Washington 

Brundige James, commission merchant, over 68 Bowly's wharf 

dw 85 Sharp st 
Brundige Wm. dealer in oil, paints, drugs, glass, dye stuffs & 
Chemicals, 23 Cheapside, dw Hanover st bet. Barre&Lee 
Brune Frederick W. jr. attorney at law, 17 Lexington st 
Brune Frederick VV. merchant, cor. Commerce and Pratt sts 

dw Calvert st between Saratoga and Pleasant 
Brunei- Daniel, 97 s Sharp st 
Bruner John, Camden st near Howard 
Bruner Elias, Briton st n w side 
Bruner mrs Camden st near Howard 
Bruning Herman, cabinet maker, 7 Sharp st 
Bruscup Thomas, tailor, Holland st e of Eden 
Brushwellex Barbara, milkseller, Briton st n of the Lumber yard 
Brushwiller Wm. cabinet maker, Briton st xr of Monument 
Bryan C. &, Co. stove and sheet iron man. 41 s Calvert st 
Bryan C. firm do dw York st near Light 
Bryan Catherine, near s w corner Bond and Monument sts 
Bryan John G. hardware merchant, nw cor Gay and Exeter sts 
tBryan Fanny, washer, Caroline st n of Pratt 
Bryarly David, justice of ttie peace, Forest st n of Gay dw 75 
Bryer Joseph, cooper, Lombard st near Light [High st 

Bryson James, runner in U.S. bank, Hillen ste of Potter 
Bryson E. A. engraver. 4 North st 
Bryson Nathaniel G. justice of peace, Baltimore st e of High 

dw s side Baltimore st w of the run 
Bryson Hugh, shoemaker, Orleans st e of Long lane 
Buchanan Miss, 27 n Gay st 
Buchanan J. M. attorney at law, Fayette st near St. Paul dw 

St. Paul st n of Mulberry 
Buchanan Ann, Zell alley n of Mulberry st 
Buchanan miss Elizabeth, Faj'ette st betw. North and Calvert 
Buctha John, blacksmith, 42 Harrison st. dw 2d Front st 
Buchvvalter Abraham, tobacconist, Baltimore st dw Jefferson 

row, Conway st 
Buck John, hardware merchant, dw High st s of Water 
Buck & Porter, hardware merchants, Pratt st dw High st 
Buck mrs Keshh, corner Exeter and Stiles st 
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Buck Patrick, labourer, Baltimore st w of Cove, 

Buck Benjamin & Son, sailmakers, 75 Smith'swharf, dvv B* 

B. Pratt st ldoor e of Gough foear Pratt st 

Buck John & Co. nail and spike manufacturers, Canon alley 
Buck James,victualler, Briton st n of Monumen 
Buck John, Pittst e of Aisquith 
Buck Wm. millwright, Aisquith st n of Orleans 
Buckey Elizabeth, Paca st s of New 
Buckingham Samuel, Montgomery st near Light 
Buckingham Joseph, carpenter, Gay st w of Aisquith 
Buckingham mrs Elizabeth, boarding house, -21 High st 
Buckler Dr. John, St Paul st s of Saratoga 
Buckley Daniel, firm B. 6c Kemp, Paca st s of Franklin 
Buckley John, painter, Spring st n of Baltimore 
Buckless Henry, pilot, 67 Ann street [Pratt si 

Bukley and Jenkins, painters and glaziers, w Falls av. near 
Buckley Timothy, grocer, Harford avenue, n of the Church 
Buckmiller, Robert, tanner, North st near Madison 
Buckwalter and Welsh, tobacconists, j265 Baltimore street, dw 

Abraham Buckwalter, Eutaw st n of Camden 
tBudd Julius, porter, Pearl st s of Saratov 
Buhre Gotleib U. constable Eden st s of Saratoga 
Bulgin Aaron, drayman, Eutaw st n of New st 
Bulger Michael, Pearl st s of Fayette [and Franklin sts 

Bull John, boot and shoemaker, 6 North st, dw cor Courtland 
Buli George W. mt tailor, 160 Baltimore st. dw n Charles st 

1 door n of Saratoga st 
Bull mrs Harriet, Bank street e of Pitt 
33 li 1 1 Jarret, 96 n Eutaw st 

Bull Edmund, printer, Park lane w of Pine street 
Bull Mary, tailoress, Canal st n of Orleans 
Bullen Frederick, hair dresser, 108 w Pratt st 
Bullen Henry, 165 French st 

BullittjAlex.ander,attorney at Iaw,E Baltimore st opposite Lloyd 
Bunsey Ann, seamstress, ne cor Allice Anna and Wolf sts 
Bunten Smith, carpenter, Lexington st near Liberty 
Bunting John &. James, English and classical academy, 41 

High street betw Pitt and Low sts 
Bunting William J. cordwainer, 76 n Howard st 
Bunting John, carpenter, 23 Sterling street 
Bunts Capt William, Water st N side e of Exeter 
Bunyie Pi.obert, music teacher, 16 Pitt street 
Burdett Aaron, Lee street, near Welcome alley 
Bureger, Nicholas, blacksmith, Hamburg street near Light 
Burford Edward, ship smith, Grant street near Pratt, dw Han- 
over street near Hill 
Burgan William, carpenter, cor Calvert and JSaratoga sts dw 

cor Gay and Mott sts 
Burger John, Sterling street n of Monument 
Burgess Caleb W. grocer, sw cor Gay and Exeter sts 

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BUR MatcheWs Baltimore 

Burgess Stephen, carpenter, Gay st e of Aisquith 

Burgess Burney, sen. nightman Wolf st n of Gough 

Burgess James, shoemaker, i)6 Pitt street 

Burgess mrs Margaret, Monument st e of Canal 

Burgess Basil, baker, Jacwson's Court, e of Ross street 

Burgess James, shoemaker, svv cor Orleans and Aisquith sts 

Burk Col. Nicholas, lumber inspector, Richmond street near 

Burk Edward, tailor, s Howard street near Camden [Park 

Burk Walter, carpenter, Garden st w of Richmond; shop 

Burk Ezekiel, bailiff, York avenue [Lerew's alley 

Burk William, printer, 209 Bond street 

fBurk Thomas, labourer, Happy alley n of Lancaster st 

fBurk Thomas, stevadore, Happy alley n of Lancaster st 

JBurk Thomas, ship carpenter, Happy alley n of Fleet street 

Burke William, watchman, Stiles st e of Exeter 

Burke Sarah, tailoress, Addison st s side 

Burke Richard, painter, 31 Lexington street 

Burke George W. Custom house, Ann st s ofLancaster 

Burke Francis jr. bricklayer, Holliday st s of Bath 

Burke Isaac, painter, Sharp|street near Baltimore dw Howard 

street near Richmond 
Burke mrs Margaret, Mulberry, st w of Paca 
Burke Isaac, painter, 295 w Howard street 
Burke Clement, school master, East street 
Burke James, slater, 52 Front street 

fBurke Alexander, barber, se cor Camden and Charles sts 
fBurke Thomas, waterman, Peirce st w of Pearl 
tBurke Henry labourer, Caroline street n of Pratt 
fBurke Clement, schoolmaster, East street o t 
Burley Isaac, shoemaker, corner ol Canal and McEIderry'ssts 
Bumeston Isaac, blacksmith, Liberty alley s of Madison st 
Burneston mrs boarding house, 252 Baltimore street 
Burnett M. dock hotel, McBlderry's wharf 
Burnett Samuel, carpenter, Hanover st near Hill 
Burnetson Capt Joseph, Gough st s of Granby 
Burn James M. 9 Alice Anna street 
Burn John, mate, 8 Alice Anna slreet 
Burnet Urith, Harford avenu~ n of the Church 
Burnet mrs. Eden st s of Holland 
Burnett William, grocer & potter, Eden sts of Holland 
Burnett Patrick, Lerew's alley extended 
Burnham Samuel, Tripolett's alley 

Burnham John, city bailiff, Orleans st e of Friendship 
Burnham Capt Enoch, 27 Fleet street 
Burnham George, shoemaker, East st n ofDouglass 
Burnham mrs Susannah, Exeter st s of Salisbury 
Burns Francis, brickmaker, Jefferson row Conway street 
Burns John, biacksmith, 93 Pitt street 
Burns Daniel, labourer, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 

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Bums mrs, Water st 2d door w of Apple alley 

Bums William, tailor, Ross st e of St. Mar)' street. 

Burns R. D. com. mt. 9 Bowly's wharf, dw 30 Hanover st 

Burns Mary, Pine street e of Franklin 

Burns mrs Mary Ann, Water st 2d door w of Lloyd 

Burns Rachel, 38 Park street 

Burns Thomas, Franklin street wof Chatsvvorth 

Burns Ann, shopkeeper, Lancaster st w of Bond 

Burnup William, brass founder, Lancaster st e of Ann street 

Burr John, labourer, Franklin st extended 

Burrels George H. Young ladies academy, 15 k Eutaw st 

Burson Lidia G. milliner, 46 Front street 

Burt Michael, weaver, Peirce street e of Cove 

Burton James, black horse tavern, cor High and Low sts 

Burton William, cabinet maker, ne cor Exeter and Marion sts 

Burton Wiliiam, confectioner, 51 n Gay st 

Burton Sela, joiner, Starr alley near Gough street 

Burton William, cooper, Constitution street near French 

Busby Clarissa, Pearl street n of Fayette 

Busch Abraham, chimnies master, Light st near Henrietta 

Busch John, letter carrier, Eutaw st n of Saratoga 

Busche Morris, grocer, Gay street e of Mott 

Busch mrs Johannah, Saratoga st e of Schroeder 

Bush mrs. 18 Mercer street 

Bush James, furniture store 17 Harrison st 

Bush Eliza, 40 Front street 

Bush John tobacconist, Lancaster st e of Market 

Bush Ludwick, cabinet maker, Harford av n of the Church 

Bush James, sail maker, Wilk street e of Apple alley 

Bushman Jno. carpenter, cor Sharp & Fayette sts & 21 

Fayette street 
Bushman Christopher, tavern, ne cor Gay and Exeter sts 
Busick Thomas, cordwainer, Cove street s of Franklin 
Busick Joshua, shoemaker, cor Mott and Ensor sts 
Busk John, office s Gay street opposite Exchange, dw 60 Pitt 
Buss Adam, baker, 185 Bond street 

Bussey Henry A. tavern keeper, 15 Centre Market space 
Bussey Rebecca, huckster. West'st 

Butcher Alexr. confectioner Lexington street w of Charles 
Butler Thomas, shoestore, Pratt street 3d door from Sharp 
Butler Pierce, grocer, cor Canal and Orleans sts 
Butler Moses, grocer, 16 Commerce st 
Butler Isaiah, seaman, East st n of Pitt 
Butler James, carter, 18 Monument st 

Butler James, labourer, Strawberry alley n of AlliceAnna st 
Butler Edmund, Grocer, 94 s Charles street 
Butler, Charles, bricklayer, George st w of Penn avenue 
Butler Absalom C. boot and shoemaker, 3 Hanover st. dw cor 
Butler Maria, Potter st n of Gay [Howard & German sts 
Butler Courtney Ann, fancy store, Camden st near Hanover 
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Butier Frederick, Pearl street n of Mulberry- 
Butler mrs. Cross st near William 
Butler mrs Rachel, boarding house, High st n of Wilk 
Butler miss Catherine, Hampstead st e of Spring 
Butler Elizabeth, East st n of Pitt 
Butler Biggs, sailor, Low street vv of Aisquith 
Butler James, carpenter, Saratoga st near Park 
tButler mrs. washer, Columbia st betw. Howard & Eutaw 
f Butler Mary, Dutch alley w of Eutaw street 
tButler Francis, seaman. 46 Fleet street 
tButler George, Holland st e of Eden 

fButier Josiah, cooper, shop Baltimore st w of Pearl, dw Ger- 
man street w of Green 
tButler Joseph, labourer, Pearl street n of Saratoga 
tButler Nancy, Harford avenue n of the Church 
tButler Charles, sawyer, Argyle alley s of Fleet street 
tButler Josiah, cooper, Pine street w side n of Fayette 
Butt Frederick, stone cutter, Franklin st w of Pine 
Butt John, labourer, Baltimore st extended 
Butterball George, tailor, Garden st near Madison 
Button Zachariah, Wilkst vv of Exeter, 
Button Sarah, Wolf street n of Thames 
Button Joseph, labourer, cor Apple alley & Alice Anna 8t 
Buvinger George, cordwainer, Long alley s of Ross st 
tByas Alfred, drayman, Franklin st e of Cove 
Byrne James, cabinet maker, corner Seeond & Frederick sts, 

dw Tripolett's alley 
Byrne Carvin, grocer, se cor of Eden and Wilk sts 
Byrne Owen, tavern keeper, Patterson st betw Pratt and the 
Byrne Peter, cabinet maker, Rossst e ofPaca [basin 

Byrne, Pierce, tavern keeper, 37 Light street 
Byrne Dr. B. M. nw cor Charles and Lexington 6ts 
Byrne Patrick, collector, Aisquith st e of Monument 
Byrne Edmund, dental surgeon. Lexington street 1 door n of 
Byrnes misses R.&, S. W. tutoresses,l22 s Eutaw st [Charles 
Buzzard Joseph, cook, 1*2 Pleasant st 

t^aduc John, segar manufactory, sw cor Albemarle & Pratt 
Cadwallader Abel, carter, Columbia st w of Paca 
Cafferty Thomas, city bailiff, Canal st n of Orleans 
Cager Plato, brickmaker, Richmond st near Howard 
tCager James, labourerer, Wolf street ne of Gough 
Cahel Edward, tavern keeper, nw cor of Barre and Light sts 
Cahill Ann, shop keeper, 40 Exeter street 
Cain James, liquor store, Lexington st s of Green 
Cain Elizabeth, dairy, Chesnut alley w of Pearl st 
Cain Aaron, deputy at Penitentiary, Forest st n of Monument 
Cain John, carter, Eutaw street oppositeBarre 
Cain Julia, huckster, Brewhouse alley n of Camden st 
Calder Edward, grocer, Wilk st 3 doors vv of Spring 
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tCalder Charles, Sugar alley near Light st 

ICalder Samuel, waiter, Exeter st n of Hillen 

Caldwell Wm. tailor, North st near Pleasant 

Caldwell Wm. hackman, Gay st e of Molt 

Caldwell Wm. carpenter, French st e of High 

Caldwell Jeremiah, Guilford alley near Charles st 

Caldwell Daniel, dyer, Light st near Mercer 

Caldwell John, stonecutter, French 6t e of Exeter 

Caldwell John, carpenter, Fayette st w of Pearl 

Cale Jas. tavern&boarding house, se cor Bond &"Lancaster sts 

Calhoun mrs Lydia, St Paul st betw. Pleasant and Saratoga 

Calnoun Benjamin C. teller in Bank of Baltimore, Baltimore 

st e of Pine 
tCalhoun Peter, drayman, Run alley N of Lexington st 
Callaghan James, teacher, Elisor st s e of Monument 
tCallender Elijah, labourer, German st near Cove 
Gallon John, grocer, 99 Forest st 
Calo Wm. carter, Park lane w of Pine st 
tCalvill George, sawyer, Harford road n of the Church 
Calvert Sarah, tailoress, Beuren st n of Monument 
Calvert George H. editor Baltimore American, Pleasant st 

near Calvert 
Calvin Perry, brick maker, Light st near Quay tlley 
Calwell Wm. T. tavern keeper, corner Mercer & Calvert sts 
Calyo Nicolino, artist, over 160 Baltimore st 
JCamlous George, ^Eutaw sts of Conway 
Cammernn Rachel, Ensor st s e of Monument 
Camp Joseph, whip and cane manufacturer, 100 Baltimore st 

dw 31 Fayette st 
Camp Isaac, piano forte maker/Baltimore st vv of Pine 
Campario Julia, .Light st between Sugar alley and Henrietta 
Campario John, grocer, comer Henrietta and Charles sts 
Campbell Patrick, drayman, 21 Concord st 
Campbell John, livery stables keeper, N side Swan st dw 

Pratt st near the bridge 
Campbell John, clothing store, 43 Second st 
Campbell Ann, grocer, corner Water and Frederick sfs 
Campbell Frances, grocer, corner Water and Light sts 
Campbell Daniel, dry good - store, 13 Maryland arcade, dw 

corner High and Plowman sts 
Campbell Wm. grocer, 44 Light st 
Campbell Thomas, artist, lithographer, and agent for Hygei- 

an medicne, 30 Light st 
Campell & Mcllvain, importers of dry goods 18 s Charles st 
Campbell James, firm do dw comer Franklin StOourtland sts 
Campbell Archibald, silver plater, Bank lane, dw corner Lib- 
erty and Saratoga sts 
Campbell Benjamin, brush maker, corner Pine & Mulberry sts 
Campbell John, grocer, n w corner Spring and Wilk sts 
Campbell Robert, Fayette st w ofEutaw 

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Campbell Wm. carpenter, Hollins st western precincts 
Campbell Bernard U. teller Mechanics'bank dw cor Green & 
Campbell mrs Rebecca, 64 Gay st o t [Saratoga sts 

Campbell mrs Catherine, 4 New st 
Campbell George, huckster, York avenue 
Campbell James, Mason.attorney at. law, Fayette st near Calvert 
Campbell Robert & Andrew, jewellers, 130 Baltimore st 
Campbell John, grocer, s e corner Washington and Fleet sts : 
Campbell Peter, President st s of Stiles 
tCampbell Wm waiter, Salisbury alley e of Exeter st 
fCampbell James, drayman, Forest st s of Orleans 
:j:Campen Levin, labourer, Sterling st n of Monument 
Canfield & brother, jeweller, and military fancy store, s E cor. ! 

Charles and Baltimore sts 
Cannon John Y. tailor, Aisquith st n of Douglass 
Canon James, of steam boat Pocahontas, dw Comet st 
Canon Thomas, seaman, 89 Fleet st 
Canon John B. auctioneer and Commission merchant, SECor 

Liberty and Baltimore sts dw 47 Fayette 
JCansper Stephen, sawyer, Caroline st s of Pratt 
Cantwell mrs Sarah, Fayette st e of Paca 
Canutt mrs. Saratoga st w of Cove 
Canvass miss, 69 Park st 

Capito Christian, grocer, Baltimore st e of Green 
Capito Julia, Ann, seamstress, L. Hughes, st near Charles 
Capoot Jeremiah, cooper, 39 Fayette st near Howard 
Cappeau Joseph, jr. dry goods merchant, s e corner Eutaw 

and Lexington sis 
Cappeau Joseph, dry goods merchant, 61 Lexington st 
Caprice Joseph,ship carpenter,WashingtonstN of Alice Anna 
Carback Elizabeth, tailoress, Mulberry st w of Pearl,N side 
Carback Elisha, ladies' shoe maker, 15 s Howard stdvv Frank- 
lin st w of Pine 
Cardel George, morocco dresser, Penn av extended 
Care Edward, carpenter, Henrietta st near Charles 
Care Elizabeth, Green st s of Franklin 
Carey S. and J. E. merchants, 11 Spear's wharf 
Carey Thomas, shoemaker, 10 Alice Anna st 
Carey, Hart & co. booksellers and stationers, n w corner Bal- 
timore and Charles sts 
Carey George, dw 108 Lombard st belw. Sharp and Hanover 
Carey John F. Cove st s of Peirce 
Carey mrs. East st near Pitt 

Carey John, cabinet maker, Jefferson st 8th door e of Short st 
Carey and Wethered, wholesale dry goods merchants, 207 
Cariss Samson, gilder, 79 Harrison st [Baltimore st 

Cariss Catherine, milliner, 79 Harrison st 
Carlile James, grocer, s e corner Long Jane and Orleans st ' 
Carlin mrs Mary, dress maker, Water st 3d door w of High 
Carlisle mrs. 23 Monument st 
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Carlind Thomas, tailor, 124 n Howardfst 

Carlon Robert, grocer, Calvert st bet. Saratoga and Pleasant 

tCarmack Joel P. porter, East et n of Douglass 

tCarmack Joshua, Short alley 

Carman Eliza M. 187 Bond st 

Carman Wm. High st n of Baltimore 

Carman Jacob, distiller, spirits wine, Saratoga st near Holiday 

dw Exeter of s of Stiles 
JCarman Wm. barber, Water st vv of Commerce 
Carmelite's Seminary, Aisquith st n of Hull's lane 
Carmichael Wm. leather inspector, Mulberry st e of Paca 
Carmichaei Samuel, cordwainer, Chesnut alley vv of Pearl st 
Carmichael Michael, carpenter, \v end Baltimore st 
Carnes John, shoemaker, Hampstead st bet Eden and Har. run 
Carnes Charlotte, seamstress, 61 Alice Anna st 
Carnes capt. John, 39 Fleet st 
Carnes John, straw cutter, Spring st s of Wilk 
Carnighan James, painter and glazier, 32 n Frederick st 
Carpenter Wm. labourer, Canal st n of Orleans 
Carpenter Uriah, grocer, corner Sharp and Hill sts 
Carpenter Samuel, huckster, Penn avenue extended 
Carr Wm. labourer, Potter st s of Douglass 
Carr Wm. drayman, 21 Concord st 
Carr mrs Mary, Saratoga st w of Pine 
Carr Ann, confectioner, Concord st 
Carr John, hair dresser, GO South st 
Carr mrs Mary Ann, Bishop's alley n of .Stiles st 
Carr Elizabeth, Holland st w of Harford run 
Carr Tiiman, labourer, Wilk st e of Eden 
Carr Wm. brickmaker, Mulberry st w of Pearl 
Carr Thomas, lace weaver, Richmond st near Howard 
ICarr Purnell, Argyle alley n of Alice Anna st 
Carrere John Sen. 10 Waterloo row n Calvert st 
Carrere John, jr,attorney at law,Masonic hall, courthouse iane 

dw 8 Waterloo row Calvert st 
Carrick James, stone mason, Richmond stnear Howard 
Carrick Benjamin, machinist, Holland st western precincts 
Carrington Wm. weaver, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 
Carrington Ephraim, carpenter, Lexington st e of Cove 
Carroll Charles, grocer, 8 Fish market 
Carroll Charles H. Barnet st near Charles 
Carroll John W. H. Orleans st w of Long Iane 
Carroll John, cigar maker, Park lane e of Pine st 
Carroll John, rope maker, Harford av n of the church 

Carroll victualler, Light st near Hamburg 

Carroll &, co. lottery and exchange office, 185 Baltimore st 
Carroll mrs boarding house, William st 
Carroll James, 88 w Pratt st 
Carroll John K. cooper, 31 Commerce st 
Carroll Charles R. 26 Hanover st 
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Carroll Ruth, 52 Sterling st 

Carroll Win. straw goods dealer, 3 s Liberty st dw 102 Park 

Carroll Charles H. shoes, hais, straw goods, &c. dealer, 231 

Baltimore street 
Carroll Gardner, dealer in wood ware, See. 226 Balto. st 
Carroll Edward, labourer, Argyle alley s of Wilkst 
Carroll John, bricklayer, Long alley s of Ross st 
Carroll John, deputy keeper of Penitentiary, Monument st 
f Carroll Wm. boa rdinn: house, 29 s Howard st [w of Ensor 
tCarroll Cecil, porter, Sarah Ann st w ol'Chatsworth 
f Carrol! mrs. washer, Montgomery st near Charles 
Carruth Wm. coach maker, Salisbury stbetvv. Lioyd&Har. run 
Carsey Wm. hatter, 46 n Frederick st [Pratt 

Carson George, dry goods merchant, 227 Baltimore st dw 82 
Carson David, house carpenter, corner Pine and Josephine 

sts shop Lombard st near Charles 
Carson Wm. & co. lumber and coal merchants, Buchanan's 

wharf dw e Baltimore st w of East 
Carson George, carter, Eutaw st n of Camden 
Carson David, cooper, Burgundy alley w of Lunn's lane 
Carter and Debaufre ,coachmakers Calvert st op. City Spring 
Carter Clement, firm do dw Salisbury st e of High 
Carter R. and A. commission merchants, 74 Bowl) 's wharf, 

dw Hillen st near Exeter 
Carter Richard D. saddler and harness maker, Lombard st 
Carter James, slock manufacturer, 3 s Gay st [w of Paca 
CarterJosepb, Asbury lane near Pratt st extended 
CarterJohn W. superintendant chimnies, North st s of Bath 
Carter Wm. carter, East st s of Put 
Carter Allen Hall, merchant, n Calvert st s of Pleasant 
Carter Wm. soda water establishment, corner Ca!vcrt and 
Carter Wm. grocer, Gough st e of Caroline [Fayette sts 

Carter Catherine, n e corner Caroline and Wilk sts 
Carter Joshua, labourer, Union st w of Ross 
Carter mrs Catherina, Mulberry st w of Green 
Carter Wm. L. grocer, county wharf f p 
tCarter Samuel, sawyer, 16 Lerew's alley 
tCarter Philip, sawyer, York avenue 
Carty Wm. victualler, s w corner Bond and Monument sts 
Caruthers Andrew, corner Caroline and Orleans et 
Carwin Zebedee, W T i!k st e of Jones's Falls 
Casady Edward, accountant, 6 Peace alley 
Casey Owen, grocer, corner Franklin and North sts 
Casey Wm. meal merchant, cor Montgomery and Charles sts 
Casey Ann,Hampslead st w of Caroline 
Casey Christopher, carter, 47 Front st 
Casey John, tinman, Pratt st w of Harford run 
Caspari Jacob, hair dresser, corner Howard and Saratoga sts 
Cassady James, 297 n Howard st 
Cassard G. &, So^ bacon merchants, 51 s Calvert st 

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Cassard Gilbert, dealer in wood, Pratt st e of bridge 

Cassell J. F. dentist, se corner Liberty and German sts 

Cassell Christopher, wall colourer, Madison stn of BiddJe 

Cassel Joseph, carpenter, Mulberry st w of Pearl 

Cassel Samuel C. bricklayer, Saratoga st w of Pine 

Catanch George, Long alley s of New st 

Catholic St. John's (German) church, n e corner Park & Sar- 

Cas.sidy Patrick, Columbia st w of Paca st fatoga sts 

Cathcust John, ship joiner, Granby st w of Harford run 

Cathell mrs Sarah, Pratt st e of Gough 

Cather Win, carpenter, Jefferson row, Conway st 

Cathrill mrs Elizabeth, 14 Bond st 

Caton R. W. n e corner Stillhouse and Water sts 

Gaton Abraham, shoemaker, Lancaster st e of Bond 

Gator John, brick maker, 154 Hanover st 

Catrick Samuel, carpenter, Guilford alley near Light st 

Catrin Peter, victualler, Beuren st n of French 

Catts mrs Leticia, Hampsteau st w of Caroline 

Caughey Benjamin J', grocer, Penn. av. n of Franklin st 

Caughey Samuel, Holliday st n of Pleasant 

Causmell John, grocer, n w corner Water st and Apple alley 

Caupland capt W. S. Pratt st near Apple alley 

Caustigan Francis, carpenter, Jackson sts side 

Causten Wm. farmer and gardner, York avenue 

tCaution Samuel, sailmaker, Herring alley n of Stiles st 

Cave mrs Ann C. 27 Maryland Arcade and 17 Harrison st 

Bazaar, dw 17 Front st 
Cave Charles, drayman, s w of Harford avenue 
Cave Wm. stocking manufacturer, 14 n Liberty st 
Cavender T. watchman, Pearl st n of Mulberry 
JCavender Robert, co)k, Granby st s of Pratt 
Cawshaw John, plaisterer, Long alley s of Ross st 
Cawshaw Ann, mantua maker, 100 Exeter st 
Cayne Thomas, professor mathematics, in Baltimore college 

Forest st n of Monument 
Chabot G. H. Franklin st near Park 

Chace Thorndick, sea captain, Thames st opposite Philpot 
Chadwick John, wool stapler, s e cor Park and Lexington sts 
Chadwick Charlotte, milliner and Feather manufacturer do 
Ghafee Nathan M. flour and grocery, s e coiner Howard and 

Saratoga sts dw corner Mulberry st and Eager alley 
Ghafee Nicholas U. wine merchant and distiller, 273 Balto. t>t 
ChafTon Joseph, pile driver, 213 Bond fit 
Chaisty Edward, grocer, 5 Union st 

Chalk Levi, huckster, Falls turnpike near Lanvale factory 
Chalk Elias, labourer,Falls turnpike near Lanvale factory 
Chalk Benjamin, labourer, Harford avenue n of the church 
Chalmers Wm. rope maker, Harford avenue n of the church 
Chamberlain mrs R. milliner and fancy dress maker, 43 w 
Chamberlain J. ladies' shoemaker, 56 s Charles st f Pratt st 
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Chamberlain George, shoemaker, Low st between High and I 

Chamberlain John, cordwainer, Sarah Ann st w of Cove [Front 

Chamberlain Louisa, tailoress, G5 Alice Anna st 

Chamberlain George VV. cordwainer, Madison st near Park 

Chambers Ann, 25 Now Church st 

Chambers Sarah T. Pearl st s of Lexington 

Chambers Catherine, Pitt st n side 2d door e of Strawberry al. 

Chambers capt John, 8 Bank st 

Chambers James, rope maker, Park lane e of Cove st 

Chambers Robert, bricklayer, Fayette st e of Pine 

tChambers Perry, Salisbury st w of. Harford run 

tChambers David, labourer, Franklin st e of Cove 

Chanceaulme Martin, cabinet maker, Orleans st vv of Aisquith 

fChance Win. cooper, Homespun alley 

Chancey Benjamin, watchman, Chesnut alley 

Chandler John, blacksmith, Fleet st w of Washington 

Chandler mrs Elizabeth, 98 n High st 

Chandler Wm. hatter, Low st between Exeter and Potter 

Chandler George, brick maker, Light st near Austin 

Chandler captain Saml. V. Bond st n of Pratt 

Chaney Cornelius, huckster, 42 Sterling st 

Chapin Philip, plane maker, 36 Light st 

JChaplin David, drayman, Light near Hamburg st 

Chapman John.L. druggist, s e corner Baltimore &, South sts j 

Chapman Geo. glass dealer, 36 s Calvert st dw Front 2d door 

Chapman Wm huckster,, Caroline st n of Bank [n of Pitt 

Chapman Dr. John Apothecary, 68 Lexington st 

Chapman mrs Mary, High st s of French 

Chapman Frances, Biddle alley w of Ross st 

Chappell John G. shipping merchant, 83 Smith's wharf dw 

Pitt ste of Front 
Chappel P.S.and co. druggists,170 Baltimore st dw 6G StPaul 
Chappell John, dw 35 Lexington st 
Charles Theodore, stevadore, Spring st n of Wilk 
Charrier P. and J. gunsmiths, 53 South st 
Chase D. T. merchant, 1 Buchanan's wharf 
Chase Alexander H. tavern keeper, 22 n Liberty st 
Chase Wells, commission merchant, 5 s Eutaw st dw Eutaw 
Chase mrs Mary Ann, 5 Monument st [n of Lombard 

Chase Charles, Franklin st e of Chatsworth 
Chase mrs Hannah K. Lexington st w of Eutaw 
Chase capt. John, 60 Market st 

Chase and Towner, dealers in wool and commission" mer- 
chants 5 s Eutaw street 
Chase Daniel, baker, corner Saratoga st and Lerew's alley 
Chase capt. Thorndick, Thames st opposite Philpot 
tChase John, cooper, Forest street s of Douglass 
f Chase Hannah, washer, near intersection of Ensor street & 
f Chase L. Pleasant st near Park [Harford avenue 

tChase William, labourer, Apple alley near Fleet street 
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f Chase Samuel, sawyer, Strawberry alley n of Fleet street 

Chason George, 14 Block sireet 

Chasing Edward, tobacconist, 94 n Liberty street 

Chasteau Lewis A. sea captain, High st n of Fawn 

Chatard Doctor Peter, Saratoga st near Park 

Chatard Dr. F. E. Saratoga st near Park 

Chaytor Dr. George W. Franklin street e of Pine 

Chaytor mrs Sarah, 1st house in Caroline row Caroline st 

Chaytor capt. Franklin st E of Pine 

tCheasler Martin, labourer, Happy alloy n of Wilk street 

Cheeves Alexander, attorney at law, Courthouse lane 

Cheney James, JV1 millwright, Montgomery st near Charie3 

fChenk A. East street s of Douglass 

Chesney Rev. Jesse, dw Aisquith st n of Monument 

Chesburn Thomas, blacksmith, VVilkst e of Spring 

Chesnut William, grocer, cor Exeter and Ilillen sts 

tChester Stephen, Starr alley n of Bank st 

tChester Samuel, Happy alley n of Alice Anna street 

Cheston James & son, fiour mts. sw cor Patterson & Cable sts 

Cheston Galaway, firm do. dw Sharp st 1 door s of Lombard 

Chew Doctor Samuel, 13 Lexington st 

f Chew Ann, Lee st e of Charles 

tChew , beer seller, Potter si n of Douglass 

tChew John, carter, Guilford alley, near Light street 

Chicken William, engineer, York st near William 

Child William C. confectioner and fruiterer, 8 Pratt st near 

Child Wm. com mt. 88 South st Bowly's wharf [Light 

Child Samuel, coachrnaker, 30 n Gay st. dw 21 Pitt street 

Childs James, of the navy, 22 Fleet street 

Childs Zachariah, carter, Caroline st n of Muliikin 

Childs Benjamin, general agent, cor Camden and Paca sts 

C hilds Thomas, brickmaker, dw Barre st rear of Charles 

China Richard, weaver, Sarah Ann st w'of Cove 

Chinova Enoch, carpenter, 9 Union street 

Chinoweth Thomas, carpenter, 47 Union street 

Chinoweth Richard, blacksmith, 18 Albemarle street 

Chreishalm James F. mate, Caroline st s of Gough 

Chreightan Emeline, seamstress, Caroline st s of Gough 

Chrishop Thomas, carpenter, 91 Thames street 

tChristian Charles, labourer, Pleasant st near College alley 

Christie Cordelia, 76 n High street 

tChristmas Caleb, caulker, Henrietta street near Charles 

tChristmas James, labourer, Forest st nw of Monument 

Christ Church, (Dr. Johns pastor,) cor Front and Baltimore 

Christiff Henry, cedar cooper, 15 Franklin st 

Christopher Michael, blacksmith, Light street near Quay alley 

Christopher, Joseph, York street w of Light 

Chronicle Commercial & Daily Mary lander, 11 n Gay st 

S. Barnes publisher, dw cor Pratt and High sts 
Churbs Anthony, Welsh alley s of Lexington st 

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Church vSecond Baptist, Fleet st \v of Argyle aliey 
Church German Lutheran, Fayette st e ot g Green 
Church, Methodist Episcopal, cor William street and Sugar al 

For Churches see appendix 
Church John, cordvvainer. 15 Sterling street 
Churchman H. J. female academy, 62 Hanover street 
Churchman Enoch, Water street n side 3d door w of Caroline 
City Hall, Holliday street, occupied by the Mayor's, Regis- 
ter's. Collector's & Health Commissioner's offices 
Clackner Joseph, deputy harbour master, High st. s of French 
CiaggettEii, brewer, Water street near the bridge 
Claggett Thomas J. Franklin st e of Cove [berry al. 

Clainsey Francis, shop keeper, cor Lancaster st and Straw- 
Clapham Jeremiah, com. merchant, over 21 Light st wharf 
Clapham Jonas, tobacco inspector, nw cor St Paul and Mul- 
Clapp and Cole, hatters, 5 s Calvert street [berry streets 

Clapp Enoch, 17 Exchange buildings, dvv 38 s Sharp street 
Clapp mrs Ann, 135 High street 
Clarahan Patrick, carter, Forest street s of Monument 
Clare Isaac, plasterer, sw cor Lee and Hanover streets 
Clarigo mrs. Mulberry street w of Pearl 
Clark and Kellogg, com. mts. cor South st and Bowly's whf. 

dvv Jno. Clark corner Sharp and Camden sts 
Clark John, lottery and exchange office, nw cor Baltimore & 

Calvert sts under the museum 
Clark John, firm of Clark and Kellogg, dw se cor Sharp and 
Clark A. teacher, 29 n Charles street [[Camden sts 

Clark Asahel, Biddle street 

Clark Henry, tavern keeper, sw cor German and JPaca sts 
Clark William, labourer, Green st s of Conway 
Clark Elizabeth, Pitt st w of Strawberry alley 
Clark Thomas, carpenter, cor Long alley Sl Franklin st 
Clark Sarah, tailoress, 21 Comet street 
Clark William, clerk, Holland st e of Harford run 
Clark Matthew, grocer and innkeeper, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Clark John W. blacksmith, Baltimore st e of Cove 
Clark Nelson, 21 Fayette street 
Clark Patrick, grocer, Montgomery st near Charles 
Clark John, boat proprietor, Albemarle st s of Fawn 
Clark Shammah, teacher, dw Bolton Row, Biddle st. school 

n Charles st adjoining St Paul's church 
Clark Ashur, teacher, dw 3 Bolton Row, Biddle st. school n 
Charles street adjoining St Paul's Church ^ 

Clark mrs. cor Bank and Eden streets 
Clark Asbury, pile driver, Caroline st n of Bank 
Clark mrs Sarah, Caroline street n of Gough 
Clark Benjamin J. tailor, 57 n Gay street 
Clark capt Jno. Bond st s of Water 
Clark William H. flour and feed mt. Gay st e of East 
Clark Elizabeth, seamstress, Bond st n of Pratt 
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Clark Jno. shoemaker, Wilk st e of Bond 
CJarlc James, carter, York st near Charles 
Clark Elizabeth, shop keeper, Wolf street w of Alice Anna 
Clark Patrick, liquor store; Lexington st e of Green 
Clark Daniel H. shoemaker, East st s of Douglass 
Clark capt Alexander, Fleet st e of Market 
Clark Patrick, labourer, Mechanics' alley n side 
Clark Thomas, 66 Market street 
Clark Jno. C. grocer and com. mt. 33 n Howard st 
Clarke Nathaniel, slater, 243 n Howard st [Market sts 

Clarke R. S. lottery and exchange broker, raw cor Thames &. 
Clarke Sampson, labourer, Eutaw st near Spring Gardens 
Clarke Lewis, barber, lf?5 Pratt street 
Clarke James, huckster, Argyle Alley n of Lancaster street 
Clarke John, tailor, East st n of Ilillen 
Clarke Joseph, teacher, L 2 Potter st 
Clark mrs Elizabeth, Potter st n of Necessity alley 
fClark Robinson, fireman, Painter's court 
f Clark Jams, seaman, Forest st n of Douglass 
tClark Rachel, Biddle alley w of Ross street 
jClark Octavia, Hampstcad st e of Spring 
jClark Lewis, barber, Sarah Annst w of Cove 
Clarke John C. 33 n Howard street, dw Mulberry st e of Paca 
Clarke mrs Maria, fancy store, 25 n Charles street 
Clarke Asbury, Grundy's row n Howard street 
Clarken Rhoda, seamstress, Paca st s of Pratt 
Classen Barman, grocer, 127 s, Sharp st 
Claudis Catherine, Ilillen st e of Front 
Clauliee Peter, blacksmith, cor Green and Pratt sts 
Clautice George, wheelwright, Penn. avenue n of Pres.on st 
Clautice Peter jr. blacksmith, 147 Pratt st 
Clasey mr. Hill st near Light 
Clautice Ann, Penn. avenue n of Union street 
Clawfoot Margaret, 50 Park st 
Claybourn Charles, shoemaker, 35 Constitution st 
Claypool James, clerk, 66 High street 
Claypoole Septimus, chair maker, Hillen st w of High 
Clayton Samuel. Dairy 45 Camden st 
Clayton Elizabeth, Water st near Caroline 
Clayton William C. printer, cor Armistead lane & Light st 
Cleaver Barbara, Ruxton st near Charles 
demons George, hatter, Barre st near Sharp 
Clemm Wm. E. grocer, corner Holland st and Long lane 
GJemmons John, cooper, Fawn st. e of High 
Clemmons Wm. cabinetmaker, Penn. av. extended 
Clendinen Dr. Alexander, corner Baltimore and Exeter sts 
Clendinen David, Lexington st e of Pine 
Clendinen Dr. Wm.H. nw comer Market and AliceAnnasts 
Gierke mrs Hannah, shoe store, 3G Thames st [Eagar 

Cleveland GeorgeW. proprietor American hotel,North st near 
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Cleveland Dr. female classical academy, s e cor Barnet and 
Clifford Thomas, baker, Alice Anna st e of Ann [Charles sts 
Clifford Andrew, grocer, corner Happy alley and Ann sts 
Clifford John, cheese dealer, German st near Green 
Clifford John, grocer. Camden st w of Light 
Clift mrs Elizabeth, 80 Camden st 
Clifton A. fancy dry goods store, 69 Baltimore st 
Cline Ann, brick yard Charles st near Henrietta 
Cline Henry, brick yard, Charles st near Henrietta 
Cloney James, shipping master, Bank st e of Caroline 
Clopper mrs Ann, Calvert st between Lexington & Saratoga 
Cloud Charles H. printer of Saturday visiter, dw Holiday st 

2 doors n of Saratoga 
Cloud Jesse, collector, corner Aisquith and McElderry sts 
Cloudsley Thos. &, Jas. coachmakers and carpenters, 107 s 
Cloudsley Jno. carpenter, Eutaw st n of Lombard [Howard st 
f Coaker, Susan, Mott street 
Coale Richard, iron moulder, Temple st 
Coale mrs Ann, Wilk st w of Wolf 
Coates mrs Mary, 96 Dugan's wharf 
Coates Francis, grocer, 11 Grant st 
Coates John, lumber merchant, dw Camden st c of Faca 
Coath Wm. S. currier, Water st w of Exeter 
Coats and Glenn, lumber yard, corner Green and Pratt sts 
Coats S. saddler, Fenn av n of St. Mary st 
Coats Alexander, copper roller, East st n of Pitt 
Coats mrs Mary, 147 French st 
tCoats Jeremiah, drayman, Forest st s of Orleans 
f Coats Mary, Spring st x of Gough 
f Coats Isaiah, hack man, Poller st n of Douglass 
Cobb George F. commission merchant, 1 s Charles st dw ne 

corner Hamilton and Cathedral sts 
Cobb Josiah, grocer, 40 n Liberty st 

Cobb Daniel, corner Cathedral and Franklin sts 
tCoats Samuel, porter, Sharp st near Busy alley 

Coburn James, dry goods merchant, 77 Baltimore st 

f Coburn Daniel, shop keeper, nw cor Lombard &l Charles sis 

tCoburn Daniel, tavern, 58 Bond st 

tCoby Ann, Run alley s of Lexington st 

Cochran Martha, tavern keeper, Water st near Concord 

Cochran Wm. distiller, Constitution st n of French 

Cochran James, printer, Orleans st e of Eden 

Cochran David, domestic manufacturer, Preston st w of Ross 

Cochran Thomas, tailor, Alice Anna st e of Caroline 

jCochran Susan, Low st w of Aisquith 

Cockey Augusta, Y2Q Lombard st 

Cockey Elizabeth, Front st s of Hillen 

Cockey Dr. John P. n e corner Albemarle and Water sts 

Cockey J. wheatficld inn, 7 n Howard st 

Cocke v Edward, 5>2 Howard st 
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Cocrer Conrad, blacksmith, Penn av extended 

Cochrill Rebecca, JO Philpot st 

Codd Pilkington, Aisquith st n of Holland 

Coe Alexander Benson, Pearl st n of Fayette 

Coglen Timothy, labourer, Cross st near William 

Cohen J. I. jr. and brothers, banking house, 114 Baltimore st 

Cohen J. I. dw Charles st near Franklin 

Cohen Philip I.dw 114 Baltimore st 

Cohen E. P. commission merchant, 74 Bowly's wharf, dw n 

w corner Courtland and Pleasant sts 
Cohen David J. dw 58 n Charles st 
Cohen Dr. Joshua, 33 n Charles st 

Cohen Daniel, gardner, Falls turnpike near Lanvale factory 
Colberson Susan, Wagon alley n of Howard st 
Colbert Robert, seaman, 2 Block st 
Colburn Edward W. Bolton st near Biddle 
Colburn Harvey, teacher, Paca st s of Mulberry 
Colburn Wm. bricklayer, Orleans st n side e of the run 
Colburn mrs. Aisquith st n of Monument 
Cole H. H. clothing store, cor Centre Market space & Pratt st 
Cole Wm. P. firm Clapp and Cole, dw 135 High st 
Cole Selah, firm May and Cole, dw 23 Potter st n of Gay 
Cole Abraham G. merchant, Paca st s of Elbow lane, store 

Baltimore st w of Howard 
Cole John, grocer, n w corner High and Hillen sts 
Cole Thomas, cord wainer, Penn av extended 
Cole John, carpenter, Armistead lane near Light st 
Cole Jeremiah, Centre st near Howard 
Cole Rose, Mulberry st near Eagar alley 
Cole C. M. and brother, merchant tailors, s w corner Second 

st and Market space 
Cole James, grocer, Wolf st n of Alice Anna 
Cole C. H. currier, 5 Calvert st 
Cole George, pilot, Wolf st s of Wilk 
Cole Joshua, tinplate worker, 6 Centre Market space 
Cole Dr. Merry man, Exeter st 2 doors s of Low,office basement 
Cole Jarrett, dry goods merchant, 8 Centre Market space 
("oIp RoU- xa> midwife, Exeter st 2 doors s of Low 

Benjamin W. clothing store, 74 Centre Market space 
v>w« xu. tavern keeper, 96 s Frederick st 
Cole E. J. and co. booksellers and stationers, 4 n Calvart st 

dw Courtland st s of Mulberry 
Cole Elizabeth, 47 Exeter st 
Cole Wm. J. attorney at law, 9 St. Paul st 
Cole Wm. shoemaker, 5 Maiden lane 
Cole Charlotte, tailoress, Bank st w of Bond 
Cole Wm. tailor, East st n of Douglass 
Cole Wm. rope maker, Orleans st e of Eden 
Cole James, bricklayer, 7 Union st 
Cole Wm. attorney at law, Baltimore st w of Green 
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Cole mrs. Milliner, Mott st e side 

Cole Frederick, rigger, Shakespeare st vv of Market 

Cole mr. tanner, Beuren st 2d door n of French 

Cole Thomas, tanner, Beuren st n of Liberty alley 

Cole Wm. shopkeeper, Forest st s of Douglass 

Cole John and Son, music store, 137 Baltimore st dw J. C. 

Lombard st opposite the Washington engine house 
Cole St Howard, dry goods merchants, 145 Baltimore st 
Cole; Ann, cake baker, Aisquith st s of McElderry 
tCole Jane, white washer, Mulberry st w of Pearl 
fCole Diana, Fleet st w of Market 
tCole Philip, labourer, Cross st near Johnson 
Coleman Morgan, grocer, 15 Penn. avenue 
Coleman R. H. & co. chemists and druggists, 133 Balto. st 
Coleman&Morton 3 grocers, se corner Hanover and Camden sts 
Coleman Edward, block and pump maker, Eden st s of Gough 
Coleman Rev. John, Jefferson row, Holliday bt 
Coleman Daniel, teacher, Charles st near Montgomery 
Coleman Richard, blacksmith, Wilk st w of Washington 
Coleman Frances, Ann st n of Bank 
Coleman Darius, blacksmith, Wilk st w of Washington 
Coleman capt. George A. dw corner Thames and Market st.^ 
Coleman Morgan, merchant, corner Penn av and Pearl st dw 

Howard st near Madison 
Coleman Mary, shop keeper, Apple alley s of Alice Anna si 
tColeman John, labourer, Hull's lane 4 doors e of Forest st 
fColeman Josiah, labourer, 12 Lerew's alley 
Colgate Mary, 15 s Liberty st 

Colhowers Peter, blacksmith, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
College Baltimore, Mulberry st near Charles 
Colley Richard, carpenter, Pine st w side n of Fayette 
Colley John, carpenter, Park lane w of Pine st 
Collier mrs Julian, Mill st 

Collier R. copper, tin and sheet iron worker, at Gay st bridge 
Collier Richard, cordwainer, Pine st s of George 
Collier Cloudsberry, carpenter, William st near Cross 
Collier rev. Wm. pastor Methodist Protestant church, Eden 

street n of Pitt 
Collingwood George A. J. carpenter, s Frederick st 
Collings Wm. R. collector, 115 Aisquith st 
Collins Lee, tailor, Lee st between Light and Charles 
Collins Rachel, Cross Ft near William 
Collins George H. commission merchant, 15 Light st wharf, 

dw High street near Wilk 
Collins Henry, brickraaker, Columbia st near Cove 
Collins Wm. H. attorney at law, Court house lane, dw Fay- 
ette stbetween North and Holliday 
Collins Charles, A rmistead lane 

Collins J. W. measurer, and architect, 39 n Charles st 
Collins Samuel, cabinet maker, Montgomery st near Light 
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Collins Thomas, Peace alley e of Lunn's lane 

Collins mrs Susanna, Ann st s of Alice Anna 

Collins George } carpenter, Gran by st n of Conway 

Collins James, grocer, corner East st and Half Moon alley 

Collins Dr. S. Fayette st opposite Post office 

Collins Levi, dealer in dry goods, Potter st s of Killen 

Collins Wm. H. attorney at law, Fayette st op. Post office 

Collins Ann, teacher, Light st sof Hug-he3 

Collins Daniel, brick maker, corner Light and West sts 

ICollins Richard, rigger, Pitt st s side e of Eden 

tCollins Perry, brickmaker, Caroline st s of Pratt 

Collison Wm. merchant tailor, 3 n Gay st 

Collison David, seaman, Alice Anna ste of Caroline 

Collison Edward, ship joiner, 157 Bond st 

Collison Joseph, tailor, Potter st n of Necessity alley 

tColson Harriet, washer, Sugar alley 

Colt Roszel L. 10 s Gay st 

Colvin Rachel, e Baltimore st e of Exeter, s side 

Colvin J. D. coachmaker, Howard st 2 doors from Pratt 

Comegys Jesse, baker, n Calvert st near Saratoga 

Comegys Bartus, tailor, Low st between High and Front 

Commercial and Farmer's bank, corner Howard andGermanats 

Campario John, grocer, corner Henrietta and Charles sts 

Campario Julia, Light st betw. Sugar alley and Henrietta st 

tConclin Oliver, segar manufacturer, 4 North st 

Condon Maurice, grocer, 104 Dugan's wharf 

Cone Samuel, boot and shoe maker, York st near Charles 

Coneby Thomas, carpenter, Monumeat st e of Canal 

Conely John, labourer, Albemarle st s of Stiles 

Conine Win. C. broker, IS n Frederick st 

Conklin Ann, Bond st n of Lancaster 

Conklin Wm. H. sea captain, Market st n of Fieet 

tConklin mrs Margaret, Biddle st w of Penn. avenue 

tConklin mr. cigar maker, Biddle st w of Penn. avenue 

Conmichael mr. victualler, Penn av extended 

Conn Wm. printer, 14 Lombard st 

Connearay John, corner Water and Hollingsworth sts 

Conneiin Wm. carter, Davis st n of Bail; 

Connelly Patrick, Holliuay st n of Bath ; 

Connelly John, cooper, German st near Green 

Connelly John, shoe maker, Calvert st near Centre 

Connelly Patrick, Eutavv st n of Lexington 

Connelly Phoenix, baker corner Eden and Bank sts 

Connelly James, s w corner Exeter and Wiik sts 

Conner Wm. tavern keeper, corner Concord and Water sts 

Conner John, jeweller, High st s of French 

Conner John, labourer, Peirce st w of Chatsworih 

Conner Margaret, washer, Water st s side w of Apple a«ley 

Connolly John F. stone cutter, Calvert st near Centre, dw 

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Conoway Carvill, wheelwright, 145 Bond st 
Conoway John P. stone cutter, 152 n Gay st o t 
Conoway Robert J. carpenter, Bond st s of WUk 
(Conovvay V/m. fanner, Whit worth row e of Ross st 
Conrad Henry, tavern keeper, corner Strawberry alley and 
Conrad Philip, labourer, Hill st near Hanover 
Conrad Andrew, grocer, w Pratt st extended 
Conrad Jacob, victualler, Penn avenue extended 
Conradl C, G. corner Granby and Albemarle sts [Wilk st 
Conrad t C. G. carpet warehouse, Pratt st vv of Albemarle 

back on Granby st 
Conradt G. J. teacher of music, 6 Lexington st 
Constable Albert, attorney at law, 106 Lombard st 
Constant Mary, nurse, 14 Block st 
Conway Wm. anchor office, n w corner Pratt and Commerce 

sts dw Exeter st between Baltimore and Pitt 
Conway Solomon, watchman, L. Pleasant st near College al. 
Conway & Armstrong, grocers and commission merchants, 

66 South street 
Conway James, upholsterer, Holiday st 1 door s of Pleasant 
Conway Alfred, corduainer, Peirce st e of Ghatsworth 
Conway Patrick, carter, German st near Cove 
Conway Charles, fisher, William st near Cross 
Cony John, pedlar, Spring st n of GoiJrgh 
Cooch Zebulon H. merchant, 7 Bowiy's wharf, dw Gaj r st be- 
tween Baltimore and Second 
Cook George A. fancy store. 35 w Pratt st 
Cook Washington $. auctioneer and commission merchant, n 

w corner Baltimore and Harrison sis 
Cook Henry, cooper, Lee st w of Light 
Cook Wm. Com. merchant, over 7 Light st wharf, dw s side 

Franklin st between diaries and Cathedral 
Cook Wm. G. lottery office, s e corner Gay and Baltimore 

sts dw SO High street 
Cook E. F. prop. Aid. Coffee house, cor Fayetle&HoIiday sts 
Cook John H cabinet maker, intersection Howard'&Xiibcfrty sts 
Cook Henry, dry goods merchant, Fawn st e of High 
Cook Lewis, baker, BaitiiT«iffi »i c of Cove 
Cook John, coachmaker, Liberty alley n of Beurfch st 
Cook Wm. furniture store, 28 Baltimore st 
Cook Columbus E. auctioneer, corner Baltimore & Harrison 

sts dw Aisquith s n of Pitt 
Cook Caleb, carpenter, 12 Hill street 
Cook Eilen, inloes' alley near Park st 
Cook Thomas B. 14 Block street 
Cook Henry, 170 High street 
Cook John, liquor store, Union st w of Ross 
Cook Si;rah seamstress, 10 Sterling street 
Cook William, seaman, 12 Alice Anna st 
Cook John F. printer, Ensor st between Forest and Mott 
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Cook Isaac P. bookseller and stationer, 52 Baltimore st chv 

Eager alley, near Franklin st 
Cook Fenner, Lombard st near Fine [Faun st e of High 

Cooke Henry W. dry goods merchant, 147 Baltimore st dvv 
Cocke Henry W. carpenter, German st near Eutaw 
Cook Henry, cooper. Lee st near Light 
Cook Thomas, cabinet maker, William st 
Cook Frederick, Jr. victualler, Montgomery st near Charles 
Cook Frederick, Sen. victualler, Montgomery st near Charles 
Cook Adddison S. blacksmith, corner Hughes and Charles ata 
Cook John H. cabinet maker, cor Liberty, Howard, ik. Lorn- 
Cook Win. Franklin st near Cathedral [bard sts 
Cook John, labourer, East st s of Hallmoon alley 
tCook Thomas, porter, w end Baltimore st 
f Cook John, cooper, w end Baltimore street 
tCook mrs. washer, Harford avenue n of church 
tCook Leonard, seaman, Spring st n of Gough 
tCook Thomas, carter, Peirce st e of Cove 
tCook Charlotte, washer, Pine st \v of Franklin 
tCook Henry, waiter, Centre st near Charles 
Cook man rev. George G. 69 Exeter st 
Cool Adam, milkman, Cross st near Johnson 
tCooley Providence, washer, Hull's lane vv of Aisquith 8t 
Cooms John, copper refiner, Pitt st vv of Edeu 
Cooms John, dry goods store, 11 and Fancy store, 9 Mary- 
land arcade, dw Pitt st 4 doors from Eden 
Coonon Daniel, clothing store, 6-2 s Calvert st 
Coon Florance, labourer, Sarah Ann si e of Cove 
Coonon Michael, blacksmith, 12 Lancaster st 
Cooney Patrick, cooper 26 Ann st 
Coope Matthew' H. 30 Block st 
Cooper John, brush maker, Water st e of the Market 
Cooper Wm. G. merchant tailor, under Museum, corner Bal- 
timore and Calvert sts. dw cor Liberty and Marion sts 
Cooper Thomas H. se^ar manufactory, 16 s Calvert st 
Cooper James, tailor, St Paul st n of Franklin 
Cooper Wells, merchant tailor, dw 39 k Liberty st 
Cooper Alexander, 240 N Gay st 
Cooper Eleonor, 9 Lexington st 
Cooper William, Conway st w of Green 
Cooper Samuel, collector, 107 s Eutaw st 
Cooper James, cordwainer, 9 Pine street 
Cooper Hadaway, chair maker, Penn. avenue Nof Franklin st 
Cooper Sarah, More alley w of Eutaw street 
Cooper Jonathan, cordwainer, Baltimore street w of Pine 
Cooper John, cordwainer, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Cooper capt. Edward O. SQ Fleet street 
Cooper Hugh, shipxarpenter, 30 Fleet street 
Cooper mr3 Margaret, seamstress, 5 York avenue 
Cooper John, Elisor street n of Monument 
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Cooper Samuel, blacksmith, fort road 
Cooper Thomas', blacksmith, Uxeter street n of Hillen 
Cooper James, tailor, S9 Baltimore street 
Cooper Robert, ship carpenter, Fountain st near Washington 
Cooper John, barber, kk cor .Bond and Alice Anna sts 
Cooper Ehsha, ship joiner, 151 Bond street 
JCooper Wilmer, labourer, Sugar alley near Charles street 
TCooper Martha, Camden st near Howard 
tCooper Isaac, Necessity alley hetw Exeter and Front sts 
Cooper Samuel, caulker, Wolf st n of Fleet 
tCooper Phillis, Lloyd st 1 door from Baltimore 
t Cooper William, caulker, Wolf st n ol Wilk 
f Cooper Henry, drayman, Eulaw st n of Conway 
tCooper Robert, Happy alley n of Wilk street 
tCooper Hynson, labourer, Welcome alley betw Hanover &. 
tCooper Jane, washer, 30 n Frederick st [Sharp streets 

Coose George, grocer, St. Paolst neir Hamilton 
Cope Hilmer, labourer, Amity st n ol' Baltimore 
Copes John, brick maker, 131 s Sharp street 
Copes Giles L. keeper ol Charles st City Spring, 131 s Sharp st 
Corbel Peter, shoemaker, cor Canal and Orleans sts 
Cor bin Martin, cooper, 37 Commerce street 
Corban James, potter, Ensor street n of Monument 
Corbree Patrick, labourer, Bishop's alley n of Stiles street 
Corderry mrs Maria, 7 Philpot street 
Corden George, glass blower. Glasshouse 
Cork William, blacksmith, Chesnut alley w of Pine street 
Cornelius Samuel, merchant tailor, 27 w Pratt st. dw 83 Con- 
Cornelius N. clothing store, Light street near Pratt [way st 
Cornelius Peter. Gough st s of Granny 
Corner mrs Hannah, 24 Albermarle street 
Corner James, merchant, Ann street s of Thames 
Corner &, Robinson, grocers and com. mts. 1 Maryland whf. 
Corner capt John B. 57 Ann street 
Corner Dominick, 57 Exeler street 
Corner &, Son, snipping mts. and grocers, lower end Buch- 

annan's wharf, dw J. C. Market st s of Wilk 
tCorner Isaac, rope maker, Cross st near William 
Cornish John, labourer, Argyie alley s of Fleet street 
tCornish William, stevadore, 56 Happy alley 
Cornprob Ignatius, cor Light and Henrietta sts 
Cornthwait William, cabinet maker, 39 Fleet street 
Cornthwait Robert and Win. hatters, 9 Thames street 
Cornthwait John, teller in U. S. Bank, dw Front st n of Pitt 
Corrie James, tavern, keeper, 75 Hanover street 
Corrigan Patrick, Davis street near Pleasant 
Corrigan Bartholomew, tavern, Market st s of Thames 
Corvine mrs Elizabeth, York avenue 
Cosgrove Peter, con 'ectioner, 23 Harrison street 

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Cosgrove Patrick, grocer, corner Exeter & Fawn sts 

Coskery mrs. Perm, avenue n of Franklin street 

Coskerry Bernard, nailor, Richmond st near Cathedral 

Costello James, tailor, 47 Harrieon street 

Costello Ann, milliner, 49 Harrison street 

Costigan Francis, carpenter, 54 n Frederick st. dw Jackson 

Cotes Hannah, 47 s Liberty street [street near Aisquith 

Cotter Nicholas, carpenter, Lerew's alley extended 

Cotter Richd. teacher, 218 n Howard st [turer, 4 Hanover st 

Cotton Chester K. looking glass and picture frame manufac- 

Cotton Alice, grocery & liquor store, Eutaw st n of Lexington 

Cotton Susan, Green street n of Mulberry 

fCotton Daniel, sawyer, Biddle alley w of Ross street 

Cottrell J. starch and tig blue factory, 64 Pratt street 

Court 11 capt Clark, watering place, Johnson street 

Coughey Micliae!, clothing store, 29 Pratt st vv of market 

tCougo Levi, seaman, cor Long lane &. Madison st 

Coulson, Andrew, rigger, 9 Fleet street 

Coulson Edward C. currier, 45 s Calvert street 

Coulson John, glue,glass'8cjpaper and mattrass manufacturer, 

tCoulson Minty, York avenue 

55 s Calvert si,dw Ross st extended [shy alley 

Coulson John, dealer in variety goods, Potter st n of Neces- 
Coulston Elizabeth, Neighbour street near York avenue 
Couiston William, farmer, Exeter st n of Wilk 
Coulton James, bricklayer, Strawberry alley s of Water st 
Coulter Alexander. North st bctw Fayette and Baltimore sis 
Coulter James, bricklayer, Strawberry alley s of Water sts 
Coulter Sarah, Peace alley e of Lunn's lane 
Co'Jter John, teacher, 267 n Howard street 
Coulter Samuel, tailor, Chamberlain alley near Eutaw st 
Counseiman Charles, carpenter, Saratoga st w of Cove 
Coursel Peter, carpenter, Gough st s of Pratt 
tCourse} r David shoemaher, {Jill street near Charles 
Coursey Edward, rope maker, Charles st near Henrietta 
Court House, cor of Calvert and Lexington sts 
Courtland James, tinware manufactory, 10 Baltimore street 
Courtenay mrs Maria, 66 n Liberty street 
Courtney James, brass founder, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Courtney Enoch S. merchant, High st n of Granby 
Courtois Amand, distiller, cor Second st and Tripolett's alley 
Cover Henry, blacksmith, Pennsylvania avenue extended 
Cowan Matthew, tailor, Preston st w of R,oss 
Coward mrs Ann, Water st w of Lloyd 
Cowarding James C. cabinet maker, High st n of Water 
Cowder George, watchman, Montgomery st near Light 
Cowder George jr. watchman, Montgomery st near Light 
Cox Peter, merchant, 80 Dugan's wharf [s of Saratoga 

Cox Joseph and sons imports of hatters' fur & trimmings, 5 
Cox Joseph firm do. dw 8 s Calvert st [s Liberty strtet 

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Cos George W. firm of do. dw Barre st near Hanover 

Cox James H. hardware merchant, Gay st w of Aisquiih 

Cox Luther J. grain and com. ml. 7 Pratt st whf/dw Paca st 

Cox William, fisherman, Biddle st wofPenn avenue 

Cox mrs Leticia, seamstress, East st n of Pitt 

Cox Eleanor, seamstress, 143 French 

Cox Larkin, bricklayer, Canal st n of Orleans 

Cox James, Cashier Bank of Baltimore, 152 Baltimore st 

Cox James, attorney at Jaw, Fayette st near St Paul 

Cox William F. cordwainer, Columbia st w of Paca 

1Cox Charlotte, huckster, Forest street s of Douglass 

tCox June, Centre street near St. Paul 

Coyle John, labourer, Bath street near Holiday 

Coyle Judah, Bath street near Hollidny 

Coyle Charles, grocery and liquor store, Park lane extended 

Cozen Michael, wood dealer, 14 Sterling street 

Coziue John A. bricklayer, 71 Ensor stteet 

Cozine & CrafThn, morocco dresser .Saratoga st near Ilolliday 

Craddick Joseph N. tailor, 37 Second street, dw 40 South st 

Craft Peter, baker, Biddle alley w of Ross st 

Craft Peter, carpenter, Ross st w of Biddle 

Craft Ceorge, turner, cor Biddle and Rots streets 

Craft Jacob, firm of Lynch and CrafT, dw 2 Grant street 

Craft John, bricklayer, cor Wilkand Canal sts 

Craft George, grocer, cor St. "Paul and Centre streets 

Craft Jacob, victualler, Falls turnpike, 

Craft Frederick, victualler, Pennsylvania avenue extended 

Craggs Robert jr. cabinet maker. Pratt st w of Albemarle 

Cra$»gs Jonathan W. 352 n Gay st o. t. 

Craggs Robert, tailor, 17 Bond street 

Craig Ann, Pratt st 3 doors from Sharp 

Craig Ann, shop keeper, corner East st and Halfmoon alley 

Craig Dr. J. A. Calvert st n of Lexington 

Craig Samuel, blacksmith, Green st s of Baltimore 

Craig John, ship chandler, 37 Thames st 

Craig Thomas, grocer, corner Forest and Hillen sts 

Craig Samuel, grocer, s e corner Baltimore and Green sts 

Craiger Joseph F. dairyman, Peirce st w of Pine 

Cramwell Jacob, cabinet maker, Orleans st 4 doors e of Ais- 

tCranch Mary, Happy alley n of Alice Anna st [quith 

Crandle Elizabeth, milliner, Salisbury st bet. High & Exeter 

Crane Joseph N. wood corder, Hill st near Sharp 

Crane W. &> co. hide and leather dealers and commission 

merchants, n w corner South and Water sts 
Crane W. firm do dw 49 Fayette st 
Crano Benjamin, printer, Barnet st 
Crane Thomas, cordwainer, Baltimore st e of Eden 
Crane George, baker, Low st e of Aisquith 
Crangle James,|biick]maker, Light st near Austin 
Crapen Samuel, sea captain, Eden st n of Holland 
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Craw Thomas H. Bhjue;mak« r, Harford road N of Lumber yard 

Crawford and Hancy, tobacconists, JS Pratt st 

Crawford Wm. II. tanner. Saratoga st extended 

Crawford Sc McKim, merchants, o' Bowiy's wharf, 

Crawford D. T; firm do dw Holiday st 

Crawford M. Rea, weaver, Freedom st e of Peace 

Crawford Joseph, Forest st a of Madison 

Crawford Wm. corner Light st and Quay alley 

Crawford Wrn. J.', corner Calvert and Lexington Els 

Crawford Alexander, Frnnklm st near Catbed 

Crawford Alfred, Lunn's lane opposite Paca st 

Crawford Andrew, wheelwright, Peace alley e of Lunn's lane 

Crawford Robert K. bacon merchant, Jsc: ;ie 

£J raw ford James, dealer in books, 8wS. cor. Eden arid Wiik sts 

Crawford Robert, coachmaker, High st s ol Hillen 

tCrawford Rachel, Centre st near Charles 

Cray James, oyster cellar, corner Pratt & Hanover sts dw 

Conway st between Howard and Sharp 
Cray miss A. A], mantua maker, 48 n Gay st 
Cray Joseph, tailor, Maiden 1- ne 
Cray croft Sarah, milliner. 74 n Liberty st 
Craycroft mrs. Mercer st near Light 
Creagh John, shoe store, 64 Lexington st 
Creagh capt. John, merchant, Mulberry st e of Paca 
Creamer Ann, grocer, corner Baltimore and Market sts 
Creamer Frederick, Lrickmaker, Light st near Austin 
Creamer John, lumber merchant, corner EnsoricMonoment sts 
Creamer Samuel, cooper, Henrietta st near Light 
Creamer John, wheelwright, George st e of Pine 
Creamer John, wheelright, Mulberry st e of Pine 
Creamer Joshua, lumber merchant, intersection Hillen st and 

Harford avenue 
Creek Thomas, huckster, Harford avenue N of Church 
tCreek Charlotte, French st near High 
Creery Jonathan, iron merchant, 77 Smith's wharf dw Barnet 

see Advertisement 
Creery John, of Custom house, German st betw. Sharp and 
Cresner Joseph, labourer, Gough st s of Pratt 
Crew Richard, tavern, Paca st n of Fayette 
Crew Wm. well digger, 19 Monument st 
Crey Frederick, paver, corner Madison and Beuren sts 
Cripps Thomas, Frederick st near Gay [Liberty 

Crisall John, boot maker, Sugar alley 
Crisman Sarah, nurse, 9 Sterling st 
Crisp John, watchman, Bond st s of Wilk 
Crist Wm. victualler, Ensorst n e of Monument 
Cristy Henry, weaver, Biddle aiiev w of Ross st 
Cristy Michael, labourer, Biddle allo^ w of Ross st 
Criswell John, carter, Sharp st near Busy alley 
Croker Emanuel, baker, 9 High 
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Crocker S. A. teacher, over 26 Centre Market space 

Crocker Barney, rigger, 15 Ann st n of Lancaster 

Croft George, victualler, Saratoga st extended 

Croft G. victualler, Penn avenue extended 

Croft Jacob, carpenter, Penn avenue extended 

Crome John, locksmith, and hell hanger, 105 Bondst 

Crommer John, brick maker, Eutavv st opposite Barre 

Crommer Mary, 37 German st 

Cromwell Gabriel, barber, Light st wharf near Welcome al. 

ley, dwBusy alley near Sharp st 
Cromwell Sarah, 44 Sterling st 
Cromwell Joshua, sail maker, Arm st n of Bank 
Cromwell Levi, gunsmith, 35 Thames st 
Cromwell John, labourer, Eutavv st n of Lexington st [Thames 
Cromwell John L. Lancaster st e of Ann, ship carver, shop 
Cromwell Thomas, cabinet maker, 12 Thames street 
Cromwell Jacob G. carpenter, Cove st s of Franklin 
Crcmwell Oliver, coach maker, Lombord st near Eulaw 
Crompton Thomas, weaver, Preston st w of Ross 
fCromwell William, waiter, Davis street near Pleasant 
fCromwell Edward, cordwainer, Camden street near Howard 
fCromwell Isaac, drnyman, Eutavv st s of Conway 
fCromwell George, Conway st near Eutaw 
fCromwell Joseph, labourer, Sarah Ann st w of Chatsworth 
fCromwell Gabriel, barber, Busy alley 
fCromwell John, hackman, Franklin street e of Cove 
Crone Robert, hair dresser, Pratt st 2d door vv of Dugan's 

dvv 51 Albemarle street 
Croney Wesley, shoemaker, Maiden lane 
Cronmiller Dr. William, Camden st near Hanover 
Cronmiller Thomas, Camden street near Hanover 
Cronmiller Jacob, Henrietta st near Light 
Crook Francis A. dw St. Paul st betvv Pleasant and Mulberry 
Crook Walter, upholsterer, 104 Baltimore st dvv Front st s of 
Crook mrs Charlotte, 64 St. Paul street [Low 

Crook William &, James, carpet warehouse, 146 Baltimore st 
Crook Daniel, victualler, Harford avenue n of lumber yard 
Crook Joseph, upholsterer and paper hangings warehouse, 

78£ Baltimore street 
Crook Chas. cotton manufacturer, French st opposite Potter 
Crookshanks John, Light st wharf, dw Hill st near Hanover 
Cropper Stephen, shoe maker, Guilford alley near Light st 
Crosby Joseph, confectioner, 139 Baltimore st dw 64 s Sharp 
Crosby James, Potter st n of Pitt 

Croshaw Wm. cordwainer, s w corner Park & Lexiagton sts 
Cross Wm.B. coachsmithjEutaw st Nof Camden,shop corner 

Howard and Columbia sts 
Cross mrs Rachel, 5 York Buildings, e Baltimore st 
Cross mrs Temperance, Penn avenue extended 
Cross Robert M. carpenter, Albemarle st s of Fawn 

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Cross John, Lumber merchant, 72 n High st office corner 

Alice Anna st and Jones's Falls 
Cross R. J. 42 Hi-Ji street 
C:oss rev Andrew ii. 42 High street 
Cross Samuel 13. blacksmith, 70 s Howard st 
Cross Truman, teller in Com. and Farmer's Bank, Fayette st 
Cross John, shoemaker, Henrietta st near Light [e of Pine 
Crouch Thomas M. brush maker, 44 N Howard street 
Crouch Dennis, grocer. Granby st opposite Little Gough 
Crouch David, Light st 4 doors s of Hill 
Crouch George VV. Light st s of Hughes street 

Croucht , tobacconist, Madison st extended 

Crothers Robert, carpenter, 36 High street 

Crothers David, carpenter, Ross st w of Entaw 

Crother John, carpenter, Ross st w of Eutaw 

Crouiing Frederick, cordwainer, Penn avenue extended 

throw! Elizabeth, York st near Charles 

Croxall i$L Browning, patent cordage store, 69 South st 

Croxall Richard, dw Franklin st near Charles 

Croxall mrs Isabella, Pratt st 8 doors f. of Caroline 

Croxall Eliza, cooks'nop, Lombard st near Charles 

Crozier Ann Maria, Water st4 doors te of Apple alley 

Cruise George shoemaker, Lancaster st e of Ann 

Cruet William, tavern keeper and ice dealer, Falls turnpike 

near the gate 
tCrumminer Wiiliarn, Short alley from Caroline st w of Spring 
Cruse Henry S. tobacconist. Peace alley e of Lunn's lane 
Cruse Isaac, auctioneer &. com. mt. se cor Howard and Fay- 
ette sts. dw Paca n of Mulberry st 
Crusoe Isaac, cabinet maker, 5 Saratoga st 
Crutzer mrs Elizabeth, lailoress, Liberty alley n of Beuren st 
Cudlip Benjamin, dyer, 44 Harrison street 
Cugie John, 43 n Liberty street 
Cuban Jeremiah, labourer, 7 Commerce street 
Culbertson Elizabeth, Hampstead street 
Cullen Edward, paver, Forest street n of Monument 
Culley Robert, Light st 3d door s of Hill 
Culley Langley S. ship carpenter, Light st betw Hughes st 
and Armistead lane, dw cor Quay alley and William st 
Cullimore William, blacksmith, 84 n Gay street o. t. 
Cullimore Dolly. Argyle alley n of Fleet street 
Cuilidon Merrit, pilot, 50 Alice Anna street 
Cullimore John, blacksmith, cor Lancaster & W r olt sts 
Cullum Ruth, huckster, Harford avenue n of Church 
Culp Joseph, tanner, 119 Pratt street 
Cuilimore James, tinplate worker, 111 Bond street 
Cullinder William plasterer, 113 Aisquith street 
Culverwell Richard J. bookbinder Penn. ay. n of George st 
Cummins mrs Ann, boarding house, 41 South street 
Cummins Margaret, Ann street n of Hank 
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Cummins James, bar keeper, Water street near High 
Cummins John, carpenter, Pratt st 2 doors w of Caroline 
Cummins mrs Margaret, milliner, 23 n Gay street o. t. 
Cummins Margaret, tailoress, Chamberlain alley n side 
f Cummins Samuel, waiter, Water street vv of Caroline, 
f Cummins James, Bank street w of Happy alley 
fCumnins Simon, East street n of Douglass 
Cunningham James, grocer, se cor Baltimore and Front sts 
Cunningham mrs Ann, 57 Pitt street 
Cunningham William, carpenter, 9 Comet street 
Cunningham Marv, liquor store, cor Long alley & Franklin i 
Cunningham Elizabeth, tailoress, Mott st e side 
Cunningham Mary, huckster, Ruxton street 
Cunningham Alexander,hack proprietor, Water st betw Ligl 
Cunningham capt Jolui, 32 Block street [and Grant si 

Cunningham John grocer, French st betw Potter &, East si 
Cunningham Mortimer, grocer, 79 McElderry's wharf 
Cunningham Hugh, carriage proprietor. 25 German st 
Cunningham Hannah, tailoress, 33 Constitution street 
Cupn John, glass worker, Johnson st near watering place 
Curdy Philip, Starr alley sofWiik street 
1 Cure Daniel, labourer, Park lane extended 
Curland William, sawyer, Starr alley n of Fleet street 
Curlet Jno. coachrnaker, Holliday st betw Pleasant and Sara 

Curlet , huckster, 157 French street [toga st 

Curlet mrs Elizabeth, Gay st w of Aisquith 

Curlett Lewis, chair maker, Gay street w of Aisquith 

Curiey, Henry, csfrpenter, 19 New Church street 

Curley James, 13 New Church st 

Curiey James, city commissioner, 104 Park street 

Curran John, hack owner, Mechanics' alley s side 

Curran Michael, tailor, Frederick st s of Water 

Curran Thomas, High street s of French 

Curran Nicholas, labourer, Baltimore st e of Cove 

Curran Stephen,|tanner s Neighbour st running irom Hartor 

Curran Moses, Long alley s of New street [to York a<, 

Curry Robert L. venitian blind maker, 5 n Gay st. dw Pil 

street 2d door from High 
Curry Daniel, weaver, Preston street w of Ross 
Curry John it. carpenter, 32 n High street 
Curahaw Seth, millwright, w end Baltimore street 
Curtain Thomas, victualler, Pitt st 2 doors w of Straw oerry £| 
Curtain William, victualler, Pitt st w of Strawberry alley 
Curtain mrs Margaret, York avenue 
Curtain Thomas, carpenter, Baltimore st near Cove 
jCurtis Abednigo, musician, Harford road e side at 1st mi! 
Curven mrs. Francis, huckster, York avenue [ston 

Curvill John, bricklayer, French st opposite Exeter 
Cush John, dw 64 n Eutaw street 

Cushina: & Sons, booksellers & stationers, 6 n Howard stret 
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Cushing Joseph jr. dw 82 n Liberty street 
Gushing Joseph, dw Pratt st 4 doors w of Howard 
Gushing Dav. bookseller, 229 Balto st dw Balto st w of Green 
Custom House, nw cor Gay and Water sts. J. II. McCulloch 

Esq. Collector 
Cutler George, liquor store, Saratoga st vv of Schroeder 
Cutler J. S. fancy dry goods store, 67 Baltimore street 
CuttslMary, boarding house, 61 Centre Market space 
Cuyk Abraham, fancy store, 43 Bond street 

©ABLER John M. distiller, 191 French street 

tDackins Robert, labourer, Bishop's alley s of Stiles st 

Daesy John, shoemaker, 86 s Charles st 

Daffin Benjamin, cutler and grinder, H Holliday st 

Dagner Samuel, hatter, Tripolett's alley 

Daiger Joseph, constable, Conway st near Sharp 

'Daiger Joseph, jr. blacksmith, M'Elderry's wharf; dwel. Canal 
st between Bank and Gough 

iDailin James, cautker, Spring st e of Gough 

Daily James, cooper, Ross st vv of Eutaw 

Dalden Robert, 44 n Frederick st 

Dale rnrs Ann, Exeter st n of Gay 

Dale Wm. stocking weaver, cor Orleans st. & Strawberry alley 

Dale Daniel, carpenter, High st n of Wilk 

'Daley Jacob, glass store, 2d story of Bazaar; dw. 12 Harrison 
st; cbair factory, Baltimore st at the bridge. See Adv. 

Daley Daniel, plasterer, Saratoga st w of Pine 

Daley John, dry goods merchant, 67 Lexington st 

Daley Mr. over 10 Mercer st 

Dallam Samuel, 20 Barnet st 

pUrymple Wm. carpenter, Lombard st near Eutaw 

Dalrymple Thos. carpenter, 64 Harrison st 

Dalrymple W. F. & Co. dry goods merchants, 2S8 Baltimore 
81; dw Franklin st 2d doorE of Cathedral 

Dalrymple John, machine maker, 59 Harrison st 
jOalrymple Thomas, carpenter, 103 Ensorst 
jDalun John, grocer and tavern, Harford road n w side 
''Dalwigh Edward, dyer, n w cor High and Granby sts 

Damphoux Rev. Dr. rector of Cathedral,iSaratoga near Liberty 

Oaneker John J. overseer Methodist burying ground, Montgo- 
mery st near Charles 

Daniels Waiter, millwright, 289 n Howard U 
'Daniels Com. John D. 50 Albemarle ST, 

Dangerheld David, labourer, Lerew's alley 

Danneker Henry, blacksmith, Henrietta st near Light 
Dansberry Ritson, labourer, Douglass st vv of Forest 

Danskin N. dry goods merchant, 95 Baltimore st 

[Darden Stephen, city bailiff, 49 s Liberty st. 

Dare Margaret, Hanover st between Barrc and Lee 

Dare Priscilla, 117 s Sharp st 
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DAV Matchers Baltmort 

D^^^^nT^rom^and coram, merchant, 21 Light st wharf 
Dare & Battee, comm. merchants, 13 Li^ht st wharf 
Dare Nathaniel C. Conway st between Hanover and Sharp 
Dary James, Water st between Grant and Iflgrt pvino ., on . 
D'Arcy & Didier, merchants, n Calvert st. near Lexington, 

dw Calvert st n of Lexington 
Darferner John, blacksmith, Pennsylvania av s oi Biddle st 
Darling James, shoemaker, 37 Sterling st 
Darrin^ton mrs Mary Ann, Alice Anna st e of Market 
DashieTds William, Exeter st n of Water 
Dashiell Edward, clerk, 90 n Liberty st 

Dashiell William, coach trimmer, Holland st e of Harford run 
Dashiell Asa, shoemaker, Bank st w oi Springy 
Dashiell Levin, rope walk, corner Light and Henrietta sts, dw 

cor Light st and Sugar alley 
Dashiell James, shoemaker, Caroline st n of Gough 
Daugherty Philip, weaver, Water st w of Exeter 
Daugherty Joseph, corner Bank and Spring sts 
Daugherty James, dravman, Hillen st w of Exeter 
Daugherty Richard, grocer and stone cutter, n e cor Sterling 

and Mott sts I . 

Daugherty Eleanor, shop keeper, Lancaster st e of Market 
Daugherty Thomas, bricklayer, Caroline st Caroline row 
Daugherty James, stone cutter, Camden st w oi Light 
Daugherty Robert, blacksmith, Bishop's alley s of J awn st 
Dauo-herty mrs Catharine, 36 Exeter st 
Davenport Henry, 2 Pratt st wharf :• i, 

Davenport Joseph, currier, 1 3 Cheapside; d w 95 High st 
Davenport mrs Matilda, cabinet warehouse, e Baltimore street 

n of Harford run 
Davenport mrs Marv, French st n of Liberty alley 
Davidge Francis H. attorney at law, 8 Courtland st 
David' mrs. 97 Pitt st 
David Joshua C. deputy at Penitentiary, Forestst n ofMadisou 
David Rachel, seamstress, 35 Wagon alley 
Davidson James, cooper, dw 55 s Charles st 
Davidson James, turner, e Falls avenue 
Davidson Robert, weaver, Cove st n ofSaratoga 
Davidson James, cooper, Ruxton st 
Davidson mrs Sarah, boarding house, 53 e Baltimore st 
Davidson Wm. shoemaker, Orleans st 3 doors w oi Garonne 
Davidson John, Silver st e of Eden 

Davies Jacob G. miller. 81 Bowly's wharf; dw sw corner i fea- 
sant and St Paul sts 
Davey Henry, cabinet maker, 95 Fleet st 
Davis Joseph, painter, Argyle alley sof Wilk st 
Davis John, grocer, Pratt st near the bridge 
Davis Elizabeth, 48 Harrison st 
Davis mrs Hannah, boarding house, 24 South sf 
Davis mrs Marv, 19 Market st f p 
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Davis Hannah, boarding house, 52 Light st 
Davis Richard T. merchant; dw 74 n Charles st. 
Davis Ann Maria, Ruxton st 
Davis David, carpenter, 58 Sterling st 
Davis Charles, carpet weaver, Hanover Bazaar 
Davis Jane, washer, Forest st n of Madison 
Davis Pardon, teacher, Hanover Bazaar, Camden st 
IfDavis Robert, labourer, Park st. extended 
JDavidge Elizabeth, Chesnut alley, w of Pearl st 
Davis Horatio N. merchant; dw 109 Park st 
Davis John, hotel, 77 Pratt st w of South 
Davis John, cordwainer, Wine st w of Pine 
Davis Thomas, carpenter, Park lane E of Pine st 
Davis Frederick, coachsmith, n e cor North and Madison sts 
Davis William, Alice Anna st e of Bond 
Davis Rev. Samuel A. teacher, 32 Holliday st 
Davis John, shoemaker, cor Ensor and Potter sts 
Davis & Skinner's school, 26 u Gay st 
David John, carter, Sugar alley near Light st 
Davis R. &. C. dry goods merchants, 121 Baltimore st 
Davis Moses, carpenter, n Liberty st 2d door s of Saratoga 
Davis Thomas, Holland st w precincts 
Davis James, shoemaker, n e cor Park and Lexington sts 
Davis James C, carpenter, Eden st s of Gougii 
Davis Caroline, 52 Park st 
Davis Edward, mate, 111 Bond st 
Davis Geo. W. keeper Fall's turnpike gate 
Davis John F. carpenter, Columbia st. bet Sharp and How ml 
Davis Margaret, tavern keeper, Stockholm st. near Sp. Gardens 
Davis William M. 93 Conway st 
Davis Charles, jeweller, corner Cove and Vine sts 
Davis Geo. A. carpenter, Bar re st near Howard 
Davis Dr. C. A. 29 e Baltimore st 
Davis Samuel, coach maker, Union alley c of Eden st 
Davis Joseph, 26 Block st 

Davis Rachel, milk-seller, Holland st cor Long lane 
Davis Fanny, Front, st s of Low 
Davis Amos, s vv corner of Pratt and Caroline sts 
Davis Joseph, carpenter, 31 High st 

Davis Joseph, painter, Friendship st 3 doors n of Orlrans 
Davis Thomas, painter, Spring st n of W ilk 
Davis Ann, seamstress, Hillen st intersection of Ensor 
Davis mrsMary, tailoress, Happy alley n of Fleets 
Davis John, labourer, Mulberry st w if Pearl 
Davis Wm. cordwainer, Rock st. s of Saratoga 
Davis Charles C. cordwainer, 66 Franklin st 
tDavis Susan, Biddle alley, w of Ross st 
tDavis Samuel, labourer, Caroline st s of Water 
tDavis John, tanner and currier, 53 n Gay st $ 
"i Davis Marv, washer, Grant st near Lombard 
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DEB MalchetV s Baltimore 

tDavis Wm. carter, s Charles st extended 

tDavis Wm. labourer, Pine st n of Mulberry 

tDavis Joseph, potter, Happy alley n of Gough st 

tDavis Samuel, sawyer, s e corner Water and Caroline sts 

tDavis James, drayman, Saratoga st e of Cove 

Davison Mary B. 12 Block st 

Davy William, bricklayer, u e corner of Bond & Wilk sts 

Davy Capt. Hugh, boarding house, 31 Thames st 

Dawes Francis, cooper, 46 Fayette st 

Dawalt Christopher, fireman, Johnson st near Cross 

Dawes Francis, cooper, Market alley, s of Lexington st 

Dawson John, ship joiner, Wolf st s of Alice Anna 

Dawson William & Co. merchants, 47 s Gay st 

Dawson Thomas, ship carpenter, Wilk st w of Wolf 

Dawson Richard, grocer, corner Light and York sis 

Dawson Thos. R. tailor, Bond st. s of York 

Dawson Wm. carpenter, Wolf st s of Alice Anna 

Dawson Cassandra, dry goods store, Ann st s of Fleet 

Day Robert J. tavern keeper, 5 Light st wharf 

Day Thomas, seaman, Argvle alley s of Alice Annast 

Day Jacob, tinner, 89 n Gay st o t 

Day Wm. looking-glass frame maker, cor Camden & Howard sts 

Day Nicholas, shoemaker, near cor Star alley & Gough st 

JDay Cato, caulker, Happy alley n of Alice Anna st 

Dayhuff Andrew, boot and shoe store, 53 w Pratt st 

Dayle Catherine, 173 French st 

Dayle Patrick, carter, Ann st n of Gough 

Dayley John, drayman, French st opposite Potter 

Deady John, carpet weaver, 79 Ensor st 

Deal Jacob, Saratoga st e of Shroeder 

Deal Wm carpenter. Beuren st n of Liberty alley 

Deal William, baker, Canal st n of Orleans 

Dean Mary, Baltimore st w of Cove 

Dean Thos., (firm of Dean & Tucker) carpenter, 248 n Howard 

Dean & Tucker, carpenters, Lombard st near Charles 

Dealer Caroline, Maiden lane 

Deatz Wm. confectioner, 240 n Howard st 

Deaver E. K. (firm Lucas & Deaver); dw Saratoga st near 

Chatsworth 
De Baufre James, (firm Carter & D.) coach maker; dw 23 Pitt 

si; shop, Calvert st opposite City Spring 
iDeber Francis, Run alley n of Fayette st 
De Beet Cornelius, ornamental painter, next to 14 Pitt st 
Debow Mahlon, carter, Tyson st 

De Butts mrs Sophia, female academy, 112 Lombard et 
Decaimndry Augustine, boarding house, cor York &. Light sts 
Decker George, 30 Fayette street 
Decker mrs Margaret, George st w of Penn av 
Decker George, labourer, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Detfoec Frederick, tailor, S31 n Howard st 



Director for 1835 DEM 

Decoursey Henry, blacksmith, Water st 1 door e of Bond n side 

Deegins mrs Ann, tutoress, Gay st e of Mott 

Deen Mary, Baltimore st w of Cove 

Deeter Anastasus, trunk maker, Bank st w of Spring 

Deems Adam, blacksmith, Montgomery st near Light 

Deems Ann, seamstress, Wagon alley near Howard st 

Deems Jacob, commis. of health, 73 Pittst 

Deems Christopher, tanner, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 

Deeton Ellen, grocer, cor Charles and Barre sts 

Deford B. & Co. hide and leather dealers, 44 cor Calvert and 

Lombard sts; dw B. D. Calvert st between Pleasant and 

Mulberry sts 
Deford Yorick, tanner, 5 York av 
Degaris John, labourer, Alice Anna st e of Caroline 
Degenhard Charles, tobacconist, 19 Bond st 
Degilvin John, shoemaker, Falls st s of Thomas 
Degoy Bartholomew, carpenter, 69 Harrison st 
De Gruchy John, Baltimore st e of Aisquith s side 
Deichelbohrer Samuel, tavern & boarding house, 54 Bond 8t 
Delacour David, accountant, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Delahoe mrs. confectioner, 90 Eutaw st 
Delahunt John, tanner, Market alley s of Lexington st 
Delahunt Wm. carpenter, Orleans st w of Aisquith 
Delano Henry D. (firm of Elder &. Delano); dw 3 Caroline row 

Caroline st 
Delany Robert, Union tavern, 23 w Pratt st 
Delany Michael, grocer, s w cor North and Baltimore sts 
Delaway John, carpenter, 16 New Church st 
Deleanlow Joseph, ship carpenter, Granby st e ofL. Gough 
Dell Wm. bookbinder, Wine st; dw Centre st near Howard 
Delia Gerard, blacksmith, Lee st near Charles 
Delia vie & Brand, tobacconists, Pratt st 1 door e of the bridge 
Dellehay James, shoemaker, Saratoga st near Howard 
Delmas Alexis A. grocer, 4 n Calvert st; dw s Charles st bet 

Lombard arid Baltimore 
JDelong Prour, weaver, Cove st near Pratt 
jDelony Gray, Strawberry alley near Wilk st 
JDeiosuer Isaac, labourer, Peirce st w of Pearl 
Deloste Francis, watchmaker & jeweller, 44 Baltimore Bt 
Deloughery Dr. Edward, 24 Pitt st 
Delphey Orlando, cabinet maker, 101 Bond st 
Delsher Mary, Holliday st near Pleasant 
Delsher John, 168 n Gay st. o t 
Deluol Rev. L. R. superintend, of St Mary's Seminary, Penn av 

n of Franklin st 
Del Vechio Peter, High st n of Water 
De Mangin Francis A. baker., 69 n Liberty st 
Demeras James, wheelwright, Hanover Bazaar, Camden st 
Demart Charles, Shakspear st w of Market 
Demby William, Cove st extended 
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DEY MatcheWs Baltimore 

Demehnan Joseph, optician, Forest at n of Gay 

Dempsey Michael, liquor store, cor Pratt and Frederick sts 

Dempsey Owen, Mercer st near Light 

Dempsey Wm. coachmaker, Franklin st w of Pearl 

Dempster John, corner of Johnson and Cross sts 

Dempster James, waterman, Cross st near William 

tDenby Patience, 8 s Liberty st 

Denison Pvlarcus, 31 Baltimore st; dw n Frederick st 

Denison Conain & Co. carpet factory, s High st 

Denison Samuel, plaisterer, Eden st s of Orleans 

Denmead Adam, carpenter, North st s of Saratoga; dw Exeter 

st near Low 
Denmead Thomas, machine maker, Cove st n of Mulberry 
Denmead Wm. machinist, Wine st w of Pine 
Delimit te John, Forest st n of Monument 
JDenney Samuel, sawyer, Forest st n of Douglass 
Dennis Jacob, carpenter, Union st w of Ross 
Dennis Frederick, ship carpenter, Bond st s of Alice Anna 
Dennis Benj. paper hanger, Rock st n of Lexington 
Dennis Mary, boarding house, 71 Saratoga st 
Dennis Wm. cooper, Shroeder st s of Saratoga 
Dennison mrs Rohert, Baltimore st w of Cove 
Dennison &, Conain, oil cloth carpet manufacturers, s High st 
Denno Sater, grocery &. liquor store, Eutaw st opposite Ba rre 
Denny & Co. auction and commission store, 63 n Gay st 
Denny Wm. lumber merch't & ship joiner, Market st s of Bank 
Denny Thos. auctioneer, dw Bane st rear of Charles 
Denson Isaac M. merchant, Light st whf; dw High st n of Wilk 
Dent Charles, grocer, n v; corner of Holland and Eden sts 
Derberry Jacob, sawyer, Biddle alley w of Ross st 
Derhng Edward, oyster house, Caroline st s of Bank 
Dermnery Jane, Forest st. n of Madison 
Derogh Samuel, earpet weaver, Granby st e of L. Gough 
Deroneeroy Charles, music teacher, 94 High st 
[Deror Rachel, Forest st n of Madison 
Derr William, carpenter, Ross st w of Biddle 
Dessim Henry, confectioner, Pratt st near the bridge 
Despada Thos. (firm Waesche & Despada); dw 96 w Pratt st 
Despeaux Anthony, ship carpenter, 3 Block st 
Despeaux mrs. Ann, Philpot st^next Mariner's Church 
Despeaux mrs Frances, 33 Philpot st 
Desvoureux James, fancy store, Bazaar; t\w Pitt st n side 
Devalin James, Lerevrs alley extended 
Devalin Hugh, smith and machinist., 86 Harrison st 
Devaughn Wm. shoemaker, Salisbury st between Lloyd st and 

Harford run 
Devereaux James, fancy store, Bazaar Nos 1, 3 & 4; dw Pitt 
Do'vier Wm. carpenter/ 5 Holland st [st 3d door e of Exeter 
D vier mrs Sarah, 153 French st 
Djw Jane, Aisquith st n of Orleans 

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Dey mrs. boarding house, near Rail road depot 
Dey William, engineer, near Rail road depot 
Detvees Samuel, grocery and liquor store, 12 New st 
De Young Michael, 130 Hanover st 
Diamond Ncale, weaver, Peirce st e of Cove 
Diamond James, cooper, Wolf st s of Alice Anna 
Pickel John J. shoemaker, Light st 1 door n of Montgomery 
Dick Wm. brickmaker, cor Baltimore and Bond sts 
Dickell mrs Catherine, grocer, Biddle alley w of Ross fit 
|Dickerson Betsey, washer, Short alley- 
Dickey George, Pacts st s of Ross 

Dickhout Adam, labourer, vv Falls av bet Pratt & Water sts 
Dickerson Elisha, shoemaker, Cross st near Johnson 
pickersoH Lucretia, Wilk st e of Bond 
Dickerson Samuel, shomaker, 11 Mott st 
Dickeson John, carpenter, Lexington st e of Cove 
tDickerson Richard, seaman, Forest st s of Douglass 
Dickey Peter, manufacturer, Saratoga st w of Cove 
Dickey &. Woodward, dry goods merchants, 157 Baltimore st 

JDickerson , sawyer, Cross st near William 

Dickinson Joshua, grocer, s vv cor Lee and Charles sts 

Dickinson Capt David B. Caroline st n of Gough 

Dickinson & Cunningham, carpenters, Sharp st bet Lexington 

and Saratoga 
Dickinson mrs Elizabeth, 40 Exeter st 
Dickinson John, Lexington st near Cove 
Dickinson David B. grocer, n e cor Exeter and Water sts 
Dickinson mr. reed maker, Saratoga st w of Pine 
Dicks Israel, labourer, 12 Monument st 
tDickinson Wm. steward, Spring st n of Gough 
tDickinson Robert, labourer, Long lane w of Holland st 
tDickison Richard, labourer, Montgomery st near Charles 
Dickson Jane, Long alley s of Saratoga st 
Dickson Jane, dress maker, n Howard st near Madison 
Dickson Augustus, bricklayer, Burgundy alley wof Lunn's lane 
Dickson James, 32 Gough st 
tDickson Hager, washer, Bank tit e of Eden 
f Dickson James, hackman, Gay st e of Belle Air market 
tDickson James, hackman, Forest st n of Douglass 
Didier Franklin J. drug store, 63 Centre Market space; dwell. 

Water st s of Lloyd 
Didier Henry, n e corner of Charles and Pleasant sts 
Didier Mary, Lloyd st 

tpillon Sally, shop keeper, Star alley n of Alice Anna st 
Dielman — — , music master, cor Barnet and Sharp sts 
Dieter Henry, seaman, cor Strawberry alley and Wilk sts 
Dieterly C. confectioner, 62 n Gay st 
Difiendall John, stone cutter, Constitution st w of French 
DifTenderflfer Dr Michael, sw cor High and Plowman sts 

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DIV Matchers Baltimore 

Difienderfler Richard, High st n ol'Gay 

Diffenderffer mrs John, grocer and iron merchant, cor Pratt st 

and M'Elderry's whf; dw e Baltimore near High 
Diffenderffer Charles, grocer, 5 Baltimore st; dvv n e corner of 

Temple and Baltimore sts 
Diffenderffer J. hardware merchant, cor Bait. &. Frederick sis 
Diuenderfl'er Henry O. cabinet maker, Water st e oi Exeter 
Diii'ey Victor, blacksmith, Tyson's alley 
Digels John, dyer, Lexington st ex-tended 
Digenhart Charles, tobacconist, Hillen st e of the bridge 
Diggs William, carpenter, Homespun alley 
Diggs James, ship carpenter, 63 Ann st 
Diggs Richard H. ship joiner, Wolf st s of Wiik 
Digir Joseph, blacksmith, Gough st vv of Spring 
tDiggs George, whitewasher, Eutaw sts of Camden 
tDiggs Wra, drayman, Cove st s of German 
Dill Edward W. druggist, 105 Pratt st 
Diiley Andrew, blacksmith, Eutaw st opposite Barre 
Dillon Daniel J. painter, Paca st n of Fayette 
Dillow Richard, farrier, Eutaw sts of Ross 
Di worth John, labourer, High st s of Stiles 
Dimmilt Joshua, Guilford alley near Charles st 
Diusmore Patrick, 110 n Howard st 
Dinsmore &. Kyle, grocers, 2 Pratt st wharf 
Dinsmore Thomas, grocer, French st w of Exeter 
Dinsmore Mary, Sharp st bet Lexington and Saratoga 
Dinsmore Samuel, carter, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 1 , 
Disciples' Meeting house, Norih st opposite Hibernian school, 
elders, Wm. Carman, Chas. Farquharson & Hugh Bell 
Disney Mary, Conway st near Eutaw 
Disney Wesley, comb manufacturer, M'Clellen's st. near Fayette 

dvv 130 s Sharp st 
Disney James, comb maker, Monument st e of Ensor 
Disney John, painter, corner Green and Conway sts 
Disney & Watts, paint shop, Columbia st bet Howard & Eutaw; 

dw corner Green and Conway 
Dispensary Baltimore General, corner Holliday st and Orange 

alley; James P.Williamson, apothecary 
Dispensary Eastern, n e cor Baltimore and Canal sts 
Ditman John, watchman,, York avenue 
Dittman John H. baker, 54 Exeter st 
Divan mrs Susanna, Park lane e of Pine st 
Divins mrs. Pine st w side s of Mulberry 
Dixon James, carpenter, 68 vv Pratt st; dw 124 s Sharp st 
Dixon Isaac, waterman, York st near Light 
Dixon Susanna, dry goods store, 106 w Pratt st 
Dixon Preston, Busy alley 

Dixon Isaac F. carpenter, Paca st w of Lunn's lane 
Dixon Agnes, weaver, Richmond st near Howard 
Dixon Elizabeth, tailoress, Alice Anna st e of Ana 
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Dixon & Kern]), carpenters, 27 s Howard st 

Dixon Moses T. picture frame maker, Lombard st near Charles 

tDixon Perry, hackman, Douglass st e of Forest 

tDixon Henry, sawyer, Piatt f;t road 

Dobbin George W.'attorney at law, Charles st bet Pleasant &, 

Mulberry; oifice, Is'St. Paul 
Dobbin 11. A. (firm Dobbin, Murphy & Bose); dw 32 e Bait, st 
Dobbin Wilhani, carpenter, Lee st mar Light 
Dobbin John, shoemaker,near Charles st City Spiing,ina small 

couri running (ton! Charles st 
Dobler George, fancy store, 15 Bazaar 
Dobson & Fonder, painters, 52 High st 
Dobson John, painter, 91 Fleet st 
Dobson Jesse, East st s of Douglass 
+Dobson Henrietta, Low st between Potter and Exeter 
Docwra miss, dress and habit maker, S9 n Calvert st 
tDockins Robert, bricknuker, Sugar ailey near Charles st 
Dodd Jane, 7 Stirling st 

Dode Peter; clothing store, 28 Pratt st w of the market 
Dodge W. 8c G. R. glass, oil Sc paint store, 20 Baltimore st 
Dodson Robert A. ship carpenter, near corner Fountain and 

Washington sts 
Doer David, baker, Sterling st n of Monument 
tDoer Ruth, Sterling st n of Monument 
Doriord Yorick, tanner, 5 York avenue 
Dohm John, shoemaker, 39 Fayette st 
Dohrman Herman, grocer, Camden st near Light 
Dolphin .Francis, victualler, Mulberry st e of Pine 
Dolon mrs Bridget, Hillen st e of Front 
Domino John, plasterer, Ross st extended 
Donagan Patrick, carter, Lancaster st e of Bond 
Donahue Thomas, silver plater, 6 Block st 
Donaldson Samuel I. attorney at law, 43 St Paul st 
Donaldson Wm. weaver, Peirce st w ol Cove 
Donaldson Samuel ship carpenter, 2G Fleet st 
Donaldson David, hatter, York avenue 
Donaldson Priscilla, 18 Caroline st 
Donaldson John J. Franklin st near Charles 
Donaldson Simon, cooper, Spring st s of Pratt 
Donadieu Peter, boot and shoemaker, 4 Baltimore st 
Donman Roston, labourer, Chesnut alley w of Pearl st 
Donnell John, Water st w of South 
Donnelly Owen, lahourer, Calvert st near Centre 
Donnelly James, labourer, Biddle alley w of Ross st 
Donnelly Daniel, bricklayer, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Donohae James, ship joiner, 93 Fleet st 
Do no ho Ellen, huckster, 12 Fish Market space 
Donovon Hosea, cordwainer, Paca st s of Fayette 
Donovon Carvill, carpenter, East st s of Hillen 
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Donovon , cabinet maker, s w cor East and iiillen sts 

Donovon Richard, innkeeper, n w cor Long ail & Lexington st 
Donsee L. boo! and shoemaker, 14 n Liberty st; d\v Lexington 

st e of Cove 
Dooby mrs Mary, shop keeper, Gough st e of Eden 
Dorbeaker Wm. victualler, Cove st near Pratt 
JDorbeaker Adam, victualler, Cove st near Pratt 
Do ran Henrietta, 13 Water st near the market 
Dorgan John, ship yard, \v Falls av. near the drawbridge; dvv 

20 Philpot st 
During David, St Mary st n ofPenn av 
Doritee Wm. painter, 19 High st; dw 93 Pitt st 
Dority Joseph, coach trimmer, Biddle st e ofPenn av 
Donna n Thomas, shoe store, Baltimore st bridge; dvv Holland 

st e of Harford run 
Dorrnan Wm of Major, boarding house, w Pratt st near bridge 
Dorman Wm. hatter, 32 Bond st 

Dorman & Ames, grocers &, coramis. merchants, 73 s Calvert st 
Dorn Elizabeth, boarding house, cor Baltimore st &, Temple ah 
Dorney George O. grocer, 66 Bond st 
Dorney Bartholomew, 1G Bond st 
Dorrittee Joshua, bricklayer, Mott st e side 
Dorry Eleanor, druggist, Alice Anna st w of Market 
Dorsey Joshua, broker, basement story of the Exchange 
Dorsey R. counting room, 21 Second st 
Dorsey Benjamin H. clerk, St Paul st s of Franklin 
Dorsey Samuel W. attorney at law, Courtland st near Saratoga 
Dorsey Henry K. cabinet maker, 45 n Sharp st 
Dorsey Henrietta, Paca st n of Mulberry 
Dorsey Thomas, tavern, cor Paca and Pratt sts; dw Paca op- 
posite Camden 
Dorsey Alfred, blacksmith, Park lane w of Pine st 
Dorsey Michael, Barre st rear of Charles 

Dorsey Ezekiel, ship chandler & grocer, cor Bond & Thames sts 
Dorsey Richard H. shoemaker, 19 Mott st 
Dorsey Henry, cabinet maker, 95 Fleet st 
Dorsey Julia B. Conway st w of Charles 

Dorsey Richard R. merchant; dw Saratoga st opposite Liberty 
{Dorsey James, Spring st n of Gough 
tDorsey Edward, seaman, Douglass st w of Forest 
tDorsey Henry, blacksmith, Biddle alley w of Ross st 
{Dorsey Charles, carter, Pearl st s of Saratoga 
tDorsey Charles, carter, Jew alley n of Dutch 
Dosh Rebecca, 41 s Charles st 
fDossou Joseph, barber, 53 Centre Market space 
Doubleday Samuel, machinist, w end of Baltimore *st 
Dougherty Thomas, carpet weaver, Granby st w of the rim 
Dougherty James, grocery and liquor store, 2 Ross st 
Dougherty Patrick, pedlar, Union st w of Ross 
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Dougherty Neale, grocer, Union st w of* Ross 

Dougherty Jas. marhle steam saw mill, cor York & Johnson sts 

Dougherty Thos. labourer, Cross si near William 

Doughty Eppenetus, baker, 39 Lexington st 

Douglass William, Charles st near Henrietta 

Douglass Peter, cooper, 5ri Harrison st 

Douglass Joseph, cooper, 58 Harrison st; 2d hand store do. 

Douglass Dr. A. B. 8 Hanover st; dvv Baltimore st e of Exeter 

Douglass Letetia, Saratoga st near Charles 

tDouglass Samuel, drayman, w end of Baltimore st 

Dover Christopher, shoemaker, Montgomery st near Charles 

tDowden Isaac, drayman, Hull's lane 6 doors of e of Foiest st 

tDowden Solomon, sawyer, Forest si s of Duuglass 

Dowling Mary, 14 Maryland Arcade; dvv Canal st near e Bait 

Dowling Edward, Caroline st s of Bank 

Downey Risdon, chairmaker, Frederick st near Gay 

Downey Edmund, carpenter, near the corner of Market f p and 

Hampstead sts 
Downie Wm. ostler, Market alley n of Fayette st 
Downing Howell, carpenter, corner Courtland and Mulberry 

sts; dw Howard st near Mulberry 
Downing Howell, dry goods store, 99 n Howard st 
Downs Isaiah, horn presser, Peirce st w of Pine 
Downs \Y r m. labourer, College alley 
Downs James, cordwainer, New st e ofPaca 
Downs H. carpenter, corner Mulberry and Courtland sis 
Downs Robert, shoemaker, Canal st n of Holland 
Downs Robert, ropemaker, Eden st s of Jeflerson 
Downs mrs Stewart D. 94 n Eutaw st 
Doxey Josiah, pilot, 77 Alice Anna st 
Doyle Peter, weaver, Preston st w of Ross 
Doyle Gabriel, carter, Caroline st n ot Fleet 
tDoyle Richard, labourer, Eager alley near Mulberry st 
Drabenk Charles, ropemaker, Light st near Austin 
Drake Matthew, hardware merchant, 27 Light st 
Drake Wm. grocer and agent, cor William and Cross sts 
Draper Alex, botanic physician, Orleans st 4 doors e of the run 
Draper Ryland, tobacconist, Run alley, s of Lexington st 
tDraper Garrison, tobacconist 
Drew Mary H. Pitt st e of Aisquith 
Dreyer John N. printer and editor of 'Buerger Freund,' 13 n 

Liberty st 
Driscoll Cornelius F. sea captain, Pratt st w of Harford run 
Drohan Thomas, cordwainer, Arcade alley w of Eutaw st 
Drone John, broom manufacturer, Temple st 
Drost Mary J. 47 n Gay st o t 

Drury & Conway, tin and sheet iron workers, 243 Baltimore st 
Drury William, 64 Lexington st 

Drum John, grocer, cor Apple alley and Alice Anna st 
Drummond Chas, tvpe founder, n Frederick st near Gay 
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Drummond John, weaver, Peirce st vv of Chatsworth 

Drummoud John, weaver, Freedom st n of Sarah Ann 

Dry d en & Son, drapers and tailors, 5 Sharp st 

Dryden Samuel, boot and shoemaker, 1 s Liberty st 

Dryden Isaac, painter and glazier, 79 Conway st 

Dryden mrs Nancy, 75 Saratoga st 

Duaggan Frances, milliner, Wagon alley near Howard st 

Duhernard Wm. tailor and scourer, 17 w Pratt st 

Dubernard John, High st s of Granby 

Dubernat John A. merchant, .High st e side n of Granby 

Dubois John L. city bailiff, Low st near Aisquith 

Ducatel Julius T. professor of chemistry, Lexington near Charles 

Duchemen mrs Margaret, 72 Camden st 

jDucket , Eutaw st opposite Lee 

Duddle James, cabinet maker, Penn av n of St Mary st 

Duesbury mrs Elizabeth, 27 Albemarle st 

tDudley Jas. sawyer, Necessity alley, bet Exeter & Potter sts 

Duer Charles, grocer, 23 n Eutaw st 

Duer David, baker, Sterling st n of Monument 

Duer J. Calvert st between Baltimore and Fayette sts 

Duering John S. corchvainer, St Mary st s of Ross 

Duff George, 51 e Baltimore st 

Duff John, weaver, Biddle alley w of Ross street 

Duff inrs Lerew's alley extended 

Duff mrs Mary Ann, 19 Albemarle street 

Duff mrs Mary, Preston st w of Ross 

Buff Elizabeth, Holland street w precincts 

JDuff George, cordwainer, Pearl street s of Saratoga 

Duffy Henry, clothing store, corner Calvert and Water sts 
Duffy Martin, blacksmith, 36 Bond street 

tDuffy Charles, labourer, Eden st s of Pitt 

Dugan Cumberland, Water street next Exchange buildings 

Dugan Stevenson, cooper, Commerce street betw Pratt and 

Cable streets, and scow'-ofiice 62 Pratt st 
Dugan Frederick J. attorney at law, Fayette street near Cal- 
vert, dvv 77 St. Paul street 
Dugan Fanny, Pearl st s of Fayette 
Dugas Lewis A. Pearl st s of Franklin 
Dugent Francis, 30 High street 

Duhamel James, dealer in bags, over 12 Bowly's wharf, dw 
Duhurst qara Mary, 39 n Gay street [17 Jackson st 

Duke James, grocer, cor Camden and Howard sts 
Dukehart John, carpenter,Fayette street near Calvert 
Dukehart John jr. dvv 37 Fayette st e of Calvert 
Dukehart Joseph and Co. wood ware and variety store, 101 2 

Baltimore street 
Dukehart John jr. hardware merchant, 164 Baltimore street 
Dukehart William, dw Aisquith street n of Monument 
Dukes James/'watchman, Henrietta street near Charles 
Duley John, moulder of iron, Cross st near William 
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Dull James, blacksmith, sw cor Lee & Light sts, dvv Charles 

betw Barre and Lee streets 
Dulany J. L. attorney at law, St. Paul st s of Lexington, dvv 

Courtland st near Franklin 
Dunbar George T. cashier Commercial and Farmers' Bank 

Howard street 1 door s of German 
Dunbar Charles, drayman, Chamberlain alley near Euiaw st 
Duncan Dr. Adolphus, 52 n Frederick street 
Duncan James, tavern keeper, Concord street 
Duncan David, weaver, Sarah Ann at w of Cove 
Duncan Joseph, boot and shoemaker, 5 South street 
Duncan Rev. John M. Calvert st nof Lexin<jton,Church Fay- 
ette st betw Charles and Liberty sts"' 
Duncan George, gardner, Cove st n of 'Franklin 
Duncan William, rigger, Fleet st w of Market 
Duncan James, fan maker, Barre st near Sharp 
Duncan Christian, paver, Mulberry st near Park 
f Duncan Hetty, washer, Eden st s of Pitt 
Dungan Wilkinson & Co. shoe dealers, 72 Lexington st 
Dungan Stephenson, cooper, Commerce st between Pratt & 

Cable sts scow office 62 Pratt st 
Dungan Jesse, machinist, Baltimore st w of Cove 
Dungan William, grocer, se cor Calvert and Bath sts 
Dungan Alexander, carpenter, Paca st n of Franklin 
Dungan Francis D. dw 33 Pearl st 
Dungan Stophenson, cooper, Stiles st w of Exeter 
Dungey William, farrier, 274 n Howard st 
Dunghnson Dr. Robley, 16 Hanover st 
tDungy John, seaman, Douglass st w of Aisquith 
Dunham Francis J Pleasant street 
Dunham Jacob, shipwright, Starr alley s of Wilk street 
Dunigan William, carter, 23 Fell street 
Dunkan James, tavern and boarding house, Bond st e ofLan- 
Dunkerly Richard, turner, w end Baltimore street Tcaster 
Dunkin Levin If. ship builder, 23 Fell st 
Dunlevy Thomas, keeper of livery stables, Swan sts side dvv 

20 n Gay st, and Stables 22 n Gay street 
Dunn Susan, Lee st' e of Charles 
Dunn mrs Elizabeth, Liberty alley s of Madison street 
Dunn Washington, huckster, Lee st near Light 
Dunn Francis, huckster, York street near Light st 
Dunn mrs. 8 Commerce street 
Dunn Alexander, rope maker, West street 
Dunn John C. grocer, se cor Bath and North sts 
Dunn Michael, wheelwright, 60 High street 
Dunn John, labourer, Bishop's alley s of Stiles street 
Dunn John tailor, 23 New Church st, shop n Liberty st a of 
Dunn mrs boarding house, 58 s Calvert street ["Lexington 
Uunn John, Sharp st between Lexington and Saratoga sts 
Dunn John, weaver, Franklin st extended 

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Dunn Curtis, ship carpenter, Alice Anna street e of Bond 

Dunning Samuel, victualler, Harford avenue n of Church st 

Dunnington William P. dw 241 Hanover street 

Dunsey Patrick, labourer,Stra wherry alley, n of Alice Annast 

Durack Lawrence, sawyer, 59 Salisbury st 

Durborow John, attorney at law, Fayette st opposite Union 

Bank, d\v 114 n Eutaw street 
Durding John, wheelwright, Pratt st r, of Gough 
Durding Martha, milliner, East si n of Douglass 
Durding Henry, oyster house, Wilk st e of Caroline 
Durham J no. cooper, cor Pratt & Green sts. dw 41 n Liberty 
Durham Jacob, ship carpenter, Wilk st e of Wolf 
Durham Lloyd, grocer, ssv cor Eutaw and Camden streets 
Durham William, rearol'36 Lerew's alley 
Durkee Dr. II. A. 9 s Calvert street 

Durmison John, plasterer, nw cor Eden and Douglass sts 
Durocher A. JI. dancing master, 8is Sharp street 
Durst John F. cotton wadding factory, 175 Hanover street 
Dushane John, carpenter, 64 s Sharp street 
Dushane Cornelius, bricklayer, 5S s Sharp street 
Dushane Jno & Valentine, carpenters, nw cor Sharp & Lom- 
Dashane John jr. carpenter, Saratoga w of Pine [bard sts 
Dushane Valentine, carpenter, Franklin st w of Pearl shop 
cor Sharp and Mulberry streets [st. s of Wilk 

Dutton Robert, justice of peace, and cabinet maker, Bond 
Dutton John, lime inspector, East st s of L'nsor 
Duvall Rebecca, Green st n of Lombard 
Duvall Lewis, firm Tiffany Duvall & Co. Charles st betw Ha- 
milton and Centre streets 
Duvall Nathan, shoemaker, Holland st e of Harford run 
Duvall Charles, labourer, w end Baltimore st s side 
Duvall mrs Mary Ann, High sts of Baltimore street 
Duvall Hamlet, painter, Fayette st 1 door i: of Calvert, dw 11 
jDuvall Richard, drayman, Jew's alley n of Dutch [s Liberty 
buyer mrs Elizabeth, East street s of French 
Duyer Peter, potter, 14 Poller street 
Dye mrs Mary, 64 Market street 
Dyer Isadore, watch & clock maker, 49 Bond street 
Dyer Joseph, victualler, 49 Bond street 
Dyer John 83. victualler, York avenue 

Dykes James S. painter, Baltimore street wof Pearl and Hol- 
Dysart Moses A. collector, 31 e Baltimore street [land 

Dyson Mary, weaver, Chatsworth st s of Saratoga 

JCialer mrs Elizabeth, Alice Anna st w of Washington 
Ealer Joseph E, clock and watchmaker, 46 n Eutaw st 
Ealer William, ship carpenter, Wolf st s of Alice Anna 
Ealey William, ship carpenter, Alice Annastw of Wolf 
Earickson F. ship joiner, lower end McElderry's wharf, dw 
Earickson mrs Mary, Wilk st e of Fxeter [33 Albemarle st 

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Earnest, Cowles & Co.China mts 25 & 29 s Calvert st. stone 
ware pottery, Wilk st e of Washington, d\v G. E. 9 
Waterloo row 
Earnest Geo. jr. attorney at law, 9 Waterloo row n Calvert st 
Easby Thomas, boat builder, Wolf st n of Thames 
Easter John of John, dry goods mt. 26 Centre Market space, 

dw Pratt st s side between High and Exeter sts 
Easter Hamilton, dry goods mt. 47 Baltimore st 
Easter John, grocer, cor Jackson and Canal sts 
Easter John, dry goods mt. 39 Baltimore street 
Eastern Savings Institution, s e cor North and Fayette sts. J 

S. Gittings president, J. Pinkney vice president 
Eastman J. S. Agricultural implements & seed store, 36 Pratt 

street, dw Barre st betw Hanover and Sharp 
Eastman and Whitington com. mts. S5Bowly's wharf 
Easton mrs Ruth, Water street n side e of Exeter 
Ebau Sanfear, Liberty alley s of Madison st 
Ebbert Ann, mantua maker, 90 Park street 
Ebbet Columbus, locksmith, 74 Camden street 
Ebbs Edward S. teacher, Camden st betw Charles & Hanover 
Ebbsworth Maria, S4 Baltimore street 
Ebden William, stone mason, 148 n Eutaw street 
Eccleston Samuel, archbishop,of Catholic church, Baltimore 

dw n w cor Charles and Baltimore streets 
Eccleston mrs Rebecca, Bond st s of Water 
Eccord mrs Mary, Lancaster st w of Ann 
Eckerdt Henry, baker, Camden st (rear) near Sharp st 
Eckle mrs Mary, cor Exeter, and Hillen sts 
Eden Williams victualler, Light st near West 
Eden Alexander, victualler, Light street near Austin 
Edes Mary A. Light street opposite Mercer 
Edie Isabella, tutoress, 268 n Howard street 
Egan Andrew, firm do. dw Saratoga st betw Paca and Green 
Egenton & Morris, French bur millstone and Piaster Paris 
manufacturers, w Falls avenue near Pratt st bridge, & 
corner of Paca &, Saratoga sts n of Lexington market 
Edmondson Thomas, Franklin st extended 
Egenton J. B. lottery and exchange office, se cor South and 

Water sts. dw Salisbury st e of High 
Egleston Joseph, carpenter, Pine st w side s of Mulberry 
Egleston Benjamin, house joiner, Mulberry st between Pearl 
Edmonds Richard, sawyer, French st e of Potter [and Pine 
Edmondson Eli, upholsterer, cor Cove and Franklin sts 
Edmondson John, corner Light and Hamburg sts 
Edmondson Capt. Moses, Charles st near Montgomery 
Edmondson Thomas, Franklin st w of Unitarian church 
Edrington Doctor Edmund G. 16 Fayette st near St. Paul 
Edwards Richard, sea captain, Wolf, st s of Wilk 
Edwards Henry, cabinet maker, SO Harrison street 
Edwards Henry, seaman, 92 Market street 
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Edwards Richard jr. wholesale glass dealer, 2 s Charles st2d 

door s of Centre street 
Edwards William, carpenter, Granby st w of the run 
Edwards William, carpenter, 139 Pratt street 
Edwards Joseph, brass founder, Richmond st near Howard 
Edwards James, Howard street near Franklin 
Edwards Robert, carpenter, Orleans st e of Friendship 
Edwards Samuel, seaman, Shakspear st w ofMarket 
Edwards Leroy, cabinet maker, Front st n of York 
JEdwards Sarah, 30 Bond street 
Egan mrs Ann, grocer, 5 Mercer street 
Egerton William.mill stone maker, dw corPacaand Saratoga, 

shop Paca st n of Saratoga 
Egleston Benjamin, carpenter, Mulberry st e of Pine 
Egnew William, sexton of Eastern Potter's field, dw [Balti- 
more street e of Apple alley 
Ehlen & Reiman, sugar refiners, Paca st s of Franklin 
Ehler mrs Hannah, 132 Exeter street 
Ehlen John H. dw Paca st n of Franklin 
Ehlers Lewis, boot and shoe maker, 99 s Howard street 
Eichelberger, George S. justice of peace, Second st e of Gay 

dw Pitt street near Shot tower 
Eichelberger William, Lexington st 2 doors e of Charles 
Eichelberger J. F. & J. S. tobacconists, 73 n Howard street, 

dw Camden street between Paca and Eutaw sts 
Eichelberger Martin, Custom house 24 Hanover street 
Eichelberger John, tobacconists Howard st. dw Camden E~oi 
Eichelberger Mary, Camden st e of Paca [Paca 

Eichelberger John M. painter, Green at s of Conway 
Eichelberger Chas. W. painter, Franklin st e of Chatsworth 
Eichelberger John, cigar maker, Park st near Mulberry 
Eisell John, drayman, 45 Pitt street 
Eisenbrant C. H. musical instrument manufacturer & musk 

store, 54 Baltimore street 
Elarison Ann, Montgomery street near Charles 
Elbert Mary Ann, 58 Market street f. p. 
Elbert Dr. William H. 58 market street f. p. 
Elbert George, cigar maker, Park lane extended 
Elbers Reuben, waterman, York st w of Light 
Elder mrs Sarah, Cove st w of Pine 

Elder & Delano, ship chandlers and grocers, 91 Smith's wh 
Elder S. firm of do. Pratt st near Canal street 
Elder Frances, coppersmith, Low st betw High and Exeter 
Elder Basil S. &> Son, grocers & com mts. Eutaw st n o 

Baltimore, dw B. S. Elder, Fayette st w of Eutaw 
Elder Samuel, biscuit baker, Pratt st w of the run 
Elder Hilary, hatter, York st near Charles 
Elder Rev. A. T. treasurer of St. Mary's college, Penn. av 

n of Franklin street 
Elder Francis S. eor Exeter & Low sts 
tElder Esther, washer, Peirce st e of Pine 



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Eiderkin W. G. 29 n Gay street 

Elderkin John, woollen manufactoryj Hillen st e of East 

Elditch mrs. 8 Monument street 

Eli Israel, baker, Orleans st 5 doors e of Spring 

Eliason Erick, furniture store, 64 n Howard st 

Ellender Frederick, plaisterer, Orleans st e of Forrest 

Ellender Wm. 176 n Gay st 

Ellery 4 Eppes, jeweller and gold and silver spectacle maker, 

cor Fayette and M'Clellan sts dw Fayette st w of Pine 
Ellicott E. & P. iron warehouse, corner Pratt and Light sts 

dw Pratt st between Sharp and Howard 
Ellicott Andrew, merchant, 73 Sharp st 
Ellicott Andrew, President Baltimore Chemical manufacturing 

Co. 4 & 5 Ellicott st and on Light 
Ellicott Evan T. & co. manufacturers of boiler and sheet iron 

7 &, 8 Ellicott st and on Light st 
Ellicott A. &, J. 4 Ellicott st [Charles 

Ellicott Samuel jr. firm Alex. Falls &. co. dw Saratoga st near 
Ellicott Jonathan & sons, flour merchants, and manufacturers 

of iron pipes and castings, s end of Patterson st 
Ellicott Thomas, 19 Sharp st 
Ellicott Andrew, 73 s Sharp st 
Elliott John J., shoe store, 56£ Centre Market space 
Elliott John H.painter,67 Smith's wf. dw Granby st near Canal 
Elliott Samuel, jr. Saratoga st near Charles 
Elliott Nicholas, grocer, Water st near Caroline 
Elliott mrs Mary, Sterling st n of Monument 
Elliott mrs Jemimah, Pratt st 2d door e of President 
Elliott Wm. sen. carter, 26 Sterling st 
Elliott John H. painter, Granby st w of Harford run 
Blliott John, teacher of music, Forest st n of Madison 
Elliott Wm. shoemaker, Orleans st n side w of Aisquith 

Elliott meal seller, corner Forest and Ensor sts 

Elliott James, grocery, Penn av w of Ross st 
Elliott mrs Elizabeth, 129 Ensor st 
Elliott George, cordwainer, Saratoga st w of Schroeder 
Elliott Jackson, shoemaker, Ensor st s w of Monument 
Elliott James, plaisterer, Rock st s of Saratoga 
Elliott George, carpenter, Madison st3 doors w of Howard 
, Elliott Margaret, Chesnut alley w of Pearl st 
Elliott Thomas, proprietor livery stables, Fayette st e of Pine 
Elliott Thomas, cordwainer, Amity st n of Baltimore 
tEUiott Robert, waiter, Eutaw st opposite Barre 
tElliott Samuel, porter, Baltimore st w of Pearl 
Ellis Wm. mahogany sawyer, Plowman st 
Ellis Thomas, collector, corner High and Stiles sts 
Ellis John, grocer, Penn av extended 
Eliia Benjamin, Spring st v of Wilk 
Ellis Jesse, coach lamp maker, 5 German st 
Ellison Samuel, coppersmith, Granby st w of the run 
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Ellmore James, victualler, Loudenslager's hill n side 

Ellott Wm. boot and shoe maker, York st near Light 

Ellott Hubbard, shoemoker, Henrietta st near Light 

Elsby mrs Hannah, Gay st w of Aisquith 

Elsberry Charles, seaman, Alice Anna st e of Bond 

Elseroad Francis, labourer, 1 French st 

Elving Wm. R. watchmaker, Wolfst n of Alice Anna 

Eltonhead Thomas, jeweller and silversmith, GO South st 

Ely John C. architect, n w cor Apple alley and Pratt st 

Ely Mahlon, shoemaker, 41 n Gay st o t 

Eman Thomas, 12 Commerce st 

Emerick David, cordvvainer, Penn av n of Preston st 

Emerson Aquilla, blacksmith, Saratoga st w of Cove 

Emery Gideon, Franklin st near Park 

Emich John V. firm Gulley and Emich, stove and sheet iron 

manufacturers, cor Light & Water sts dw 299Balto. st 
Emich Daniel, carpenter, 36 Pearl st 
Emich Nicholas, cabinet maker, Baltimore st w of Pearl 
Emmet Abraham, carpenter, Starr alley s of Wilk st 
Emmart Thomas, grocer, Frederick st near Gay 
Emmert Henry, tobacconist, s e corner Howard and Pratt sts 
Emmert mrs Hannah, Gay st e of Forest 
Emory John B. stone cutter, Pratt st w of Green 
Emory and Stevens, grocers and Com. mts. 2 Bowly's wharf 
Emory Samuel, dw Green st s of Franklin 
Emory Richard, clerk in U. Bank, St Paul st s of Mulberry 
Emory & co. lottery and exchange office, 30 Baltimore st ' 
Emory Gideon, r rope maker, Bank st w of Happy alley 
tEmory Charlotte, Hull's lane 5 doors w of Aisquith st n side 
Enck Mary, teacher of music, cor Lexington and Sharp sts 
Eney Wm. cordwainer, w end Baltimore street 
Englend mrs Bond st s of Alice Anna 
Engle Jacob, shoemaker, corner Gough and Caroline sts 
Engel Daniel, cordvvainer, 96 n Howard st 
English Elizabeth, Green st n of German 
English mrs Eliza, Ross st extended 
Ennalls mrs J. boarding house, 20 s Gay st 
tEnnalls Wm. caulker, Spring st n of Gough 
tEnnalls Jacob, labourer, Cove st extended 
Ennis Gregory, grocer, s w corner Camden and Light sts 

dw 133 Sharp street 
Ennis Wm. carpenter, 19 Commerce st 
Ennis mrs Elizabeth, 17 Albemarle st 
Ennis Christian, cordwainer, Franklin st e of Green 
Ennis Joseph, lancaster, st w of Market 
Ennis Gregory, boarding house, 133 s Sharp st 
Eno Richard, baker, Orleans st e of Aisquith 
Ensey Lott & co. grocers, s w corner Baltimore & Eutaw sts 

dw L. E. Lombard st e of Eutaw 
Ensor Luke, sen. Bank st w of Exeter 
Ensor Wm. brickmaker, 80 Ensor st 
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Ensor Wm. grocer, 115 Pratt st 
Ensor Lott, dvv 124 Lombard st 

Entler Philip, house carpenter, Pine st w eide N of Fayette 
Entz Andrew, carpenter, Park lane e of Pine st shop Balti- 
more st \v of Green 
Equitable Insurance office, 18 Baltimore st 
Erek mrs Dorothy, baker, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Ermin Jacob, carpenter, 33 Fayette st dvv Lee e of Charles, 
Erskine and Eiclieiberger, grocers and wine dealers, How- 
ard st between Baltimore and German 
Ervin John, shoemaker, Forest st n of Madison 
Erwin John; carpenter, Long alley N of Lexington st 
Eshbauch John, 130 n Eutaw st 
Espey Wm. cooper, Ann st s of Alice Anna 
Essender mrs. 29 Lexington st 
Essex Wm. shoemaker, corner Sharp and Hil! sts 
Etchberger John, boat builder, Ann sts of Alice Anna 
Etting B. G. Com. merchant, 36 s Gay stdw 278 Balto. st 
Etting misses, Lexington st w of Pine 
Etting Solomon, 278 Baltimore st 
Eunger Henry, labourer, Park lane extended 
Evans George, firm Bell and Evans, cooper, dw Exeter st 
Evans mrs Esther, umbrella maker, 4 Baltimore st 
Evans Thomas, carpenter, 86 w Pratt stdw Barre st 2 doors 
Evans Richard, tavern, 14 Market st [w of Hanover 

Evans Lisbon, blacksmith, Canon alley 
Evans Elizabeth, tavern, Montgomery st near William 
Evans Hugh, VV. attorney at law, cor^Lexington & St Paul sts 
Evans Thomas, night man, Wolf st n of Cough 
Evans Joseph, shoemaker, 116 s Sharp st 
Evans George, boot and shoe maker, Potter st m of Hill 
Evans mrs Mary/;Maiden lane 

Evans Daniel, bricklayer, comer Eden and Gough sts 
Evans David, carpenter, Monument st w of Harford run 
Evans Joshua, cordwainer, Peirce st e of Cove 
Evans Win. cooper, Fayette st e of Cove 
Evans Holland, drayman, Neighbour si 
Erans Barbara, grocer, 5(3 Fleet st 

Evans Job, carpenter, n Howard st near Madison, dw Gar- 
Evms Joseph, Comet st [den street near Madison 

Evans Thomas, carpenter, Barre st w of Hanover 
1 Evans Hooper, seaman, intersection Har. av. and Ensor st 
tEvans James, potter, Forest st s of Douglass 
Evatt John, lock and gunsmith, Water st w of Cheapside 
Evatt E. & C. lock St gunsmiths & hardware store, 35 Light st 
Everett Thomas, labourer, Hampstead st e of Spring 
Everett Thomas, labourer, near eorner Gough st &, Starr al. 
Everett Aim Jane, Ensor st n e of Monument 
Everett James, plaisterer, 203 Bond st 
Everhart Joseph, sen, tailor, Jew alley n of Dutch 
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Everhart Joseph, jr. painter, Jew alley n of Dutch 

Everhart Jacob, tobacconist, Mulberry st w of Eutaw 

Everist Joseph, cooper Pratt st 3 doors e of Caroline 

Everist Thomas, grocer, Pratt st e of the bridge 

Everist Joseph, cooper, 13 York'avenue 

Ewaldt Dorothy, grocer, Penn av s of Union st 

Ewalt mrs. Montgomery st near Charles 

Ewen Barney, labourer, Biddle alley vv of Ross st 

Ewens John, pedlar, Preston st e of Penn avenue 

Ewin 8c Hearttie, mathematical instrument makers, 53 boutnst 

Ewin Wm. victualler, Penn av s of Hoffman st 

Evving Mary, n w corner Pitt and Aisquith sts 

Ewing Mary, York st near Charles 






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ance Company's office, se corner, Christian Mayer, Esq. Pre- 
sident; Mayer»8t Brantz, merchants, occupying the same room. 
American Insurance Company's office, e side of the s en- 
trance, A. J. Schwartze, Esq. President. Baltimore Insur- 
ance Company's office, vv side of the s entrance, Henry 
Thompson, Esq. President. Baltimore Fire Insurance Com- 
pany's office, first door s of the entrance from Gay street, 
William A. Tucker, Esq. President, and Augustus L. Jen- 
kins Secretary, British Consulate, John McTavish Esq. Con- 
sul, office first door n of the entrance from Gay street. Wa- 
ter Company's office, first door n side of the entrance from 
Water street, Columbus O'Donnell, President, C O'Don- 
nell's office in same room; Henry Alexander's office n side 
of the entrance from Water st. The Savings Bank of Balti- 
more, first door on the n side of the entrance from Gay st. 
Jos. Cushing, president, Archibald Stirling, treasurer. Com- 
mercial News Room, J. H. Page, proprietor, w end opposite 
the entrance from Gay street. 

The second floor on the e side is occupied by the Baltimore 
Club Association; the other rooms on the second floor has been 
added to the Exchange Hotel. 

The Basement story, occupied by offices fronting on Gay 
street, viz: Samuel Harris, stock and exchange broker, no. 22 
L. Marchand &, J. Brice, no 23. Conulate de France, R. Hen- 
ry, Consul, no. 21. E. Clapp, stock broker, no. 17. L. &, J. 
Barney, no. IS. Joshua Dorsey, no. 19. 

Office of the Bank of the U. S. ne wing of the Exchange 
buildings, J no. McKimJr. prest. & John White cashier. 

Custom House, se end of the Exchange Buildings, J II. 
McCulloch, Collector, Dr. J. H. McCulloch, deputy Collector. 

Exchange Hotel, s. w. wing, J. H. Page, proprietor. 

All of which is respectful! v submitted 

THOMAS ROBINSON. 

Exe John F. tavern keeper, Pratt st bridge see advertisement 
Extine George, paver, Union st w of Ross 
Ey tinge S. furniture and clothing store, and pawn broker, s 
e corner Sharp and Pratt sts 

JT achan Cornelius, farmer and gardner, Canton near race 
Faerner Isaac, coach trimmer, 12 Peace alley [course 

Faherty Mary, 4 Phil pot st 
Fahnstock Peterjcoal yard on Hughes's quay near Light st dw 

Hanover st w side next door s of Camden, high steps 

in front 
Fail Mary Elizabeth, tavern keeper, 4 Light st wharf 
Fairbank" Rebecca, tailoress, Ann st » of Alice Anna 
Fairbank Wm. Lombard st w of Pine 
Fairbanks James, ship carpenter, Lancaster st w of Ann 
Fairchild Wm. tailor, Front st s of Low 

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Fair Mount hotel, between,*: Baltimore and Pitt sts 
f Fairfield Walter L. cigar maker, 15 Holland si 
Faithful Joseph, mt. tailor, Howard st 2d door s of Saratoga 
Faithful Win. jr. bricklayer, Pine st s of George 
Faithful Wm. sen. printer, Chatsworth st n of George 
Falcey Nancy, Bond st n of Gough 
Falconerfmiss Eliza, Conway st near Sharp 
Falconer miss Elizabeth, 67 s Sharp st 
Fallon Nicholas, corner Cove and German sts 
Fallon Michael, carter, Park lane extended 
Fallon Robert, blacksmith Park lane w of Cove st 
Falls Alexander &, co. grocers and Commission merchants, 3 
ami 4 Light st wharf, d\v A. E. cor Barre & Hanover sts 
Fander Richard, painter, Mechanics' alley n side 
Fanning D. O. manufacturer, of blacking, Pratt st 5 doors e 
Fant Edward S. 3S Conway st [of Spring 

Farbang Noah, shoemaker, Low st wof Aisquith 
Fardweil Isaac, waterman, York st near Charles 
Faree John, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Farinhart Wm. grocer, corner Pitt and Exeter sts 
Farinhalt Wm. dw Hanover st near Lee 
Farmer Philip, tinner, 20 n Eutaw st 
Farmer John, labourer, Holiday st n of Bath 
Farmers' and Mts. bank, Calvert st betw. Balto. and Fayette 
Farnandis Samuel, notary public, 34 s Gay st 1 door from 

Water, dw n e corner Camden and Sharp sis 
Farnandis Walter, dry goods merchant, corner Light and 

Baltimore sts, dw 44 Hanover st 
tFarnandis John, barber, Bond st s of Lancaster 
Farquharson Charles, collector, Saratoga st near Gay 
Farree John, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Farrell Joshua, ship master, Bank st w of Bond 
Farrell John, grocer, Liberty alley n of Union st 
Farrell Charles O. grocer, Pratt bet. Commerce & Patterson 
Farrell Robert A. and Robert Winning, tavern keepers, 16* 
Farrell E'eonor, widow, 68 Bond st [Harrison st 

Farrell James, boarding house, Balderston st near Light 
tFarrell Absolom, Low st 

Farrengin Israel, huckster, Orleans st n side e of Long lane 
Farrington & ;Hotchkiss, wholesale dealers in shoes, hats, 

caps, &,c. 255 Baltimore st 
Farrington Samuel, firm of do dw Mulberry st near Paca 
Farron Hugh, boarding house, 47 Bond st 
Farrow Joseph, dry goods merchant, 59 Baltimore st 
Farson John, cabinet maker, Pratt st 3d house e of bridge 
Faucett John shoemaker, G Sterling st 
Faucett Michael, shoemaker, 30 Sterling st 
Faulac Anthony, Aisquith st n of Orleans 
Fauntz Jacob, brick maker, Light st near Austin 
Faus Jacob, sawyer, York st w of Light 

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Fay Fordyce, currier, 6 e Water st 

Fay John, Ensor st e side betw. Ensor and Sterling 

Fayan German, labourer, Addison st n side 

Feast Samuel, exotic nursery, Franklin st extended 

Feast John, botanic gardner, Lexington st vv of Pine 

Feaster John, Chamberlain alley near Eutaw st 

Feasts Landram, carpenter, Harford road near Lumber yard 

Feil Daniel, iailor, Penn avenue n of Union st 

Feilding Daniel, Green sts of Baltimore 

Feinour Charles, lottery office, s\v cor Paca & Lexington sts 

Feigner Wm. tailor, 57 Lombard st 

Fell Stephen, Harford road n of the Church 

Fell Philip, Ann st n of Alice Anna 

tFell Hannah, Chesnut alley w of Pearl st 

Fenby T. dry goods merchant, G2 n Gay st 

Fenby Peter, grocer, 30 Market st 

Fenby Rebecca, milliner, and fancy store, 49 Baltimore st 

Fenby S. grain, feed and commission merchant, n vv corner 

Pratt and Gay sts dw 49 Baltimore st 
Fenton John, bricklayer, Low st w of Aisquith 
Ferguson James, agent Maryland and Virginia Steamboats 

Co. lower end Spear's wharf, dw 75 s Sharp st 
Ferguson Benjamin, brush maker, 64 n Howard st 
Ferguson Thomas, commission merchant, 68 Bowly's wharf, 

dw s e corner Calvert and Saratoga sts 
Ferguson John, grocer, 82 s Howard st 
Ferguson Samuel, weaver, Franklin st extended 
Ferguson George, superintendent of streets 172 Hanover st 
Ferguson David B. general agent, Lexington st w of Eutaw, 

dw Eutaw st n of Saratoga 
Ferguson Margaret, tailoresss, L. Hughes near Light st 
Ferguson Duncan, pattern maker, Montgomery st near Light 
tFerguson Benjamin, brick maker, Comb near Busy alley 
tFerguson Benjamin, labourer, L. Hughes st near Light 
Ferney Mary, Peirce st w of Pearl 
Ferrel Harriet, L. Hughes st near Light 
Ferris John, carter, 94 High st 
Ferris Mary, 39 Hanover st 

Ferweck Daniel, victualler, Montgomery st near Charles 
Feshur Bartholomew P. tailor, Lancaster st w of Bond 
Fickey &. Poulson, german goods merchants, 147 Baltimore 

st dw Frederick F. Harford run near e Baltimore st 
Fickey Harman, comb maker, Eutaw st opposite Barre 
Fickey Frederick, merchant, Canal st s of Baltimore 
Field James, grocer, cor Baltimore and Spring sts dw Balti- 
more st 3 doors e of Spring 
Field James, cooper, Granby st w of L. Gough 
Fields James, labourer, s e corner of Holiday and Centre sts 
Fields Mitchell, sailmaker, Bond st s of Baltimore 
Fields Thomas, dyer and scourer, Baltimore st w of Paca 
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tFields John, carpenter, Canal st n of Pitt 

Fifer mr. labourer, Union st w of Ross 

Fifer Godfred, paver, Liberty alley s of Monument st 

File Conrad P. cordwainer, Mulberry st e of Cove 

Fillika Wm. shoemaker, 49 Bond st [bia sts 

Fillinger John, grocery and liquor store, corPacaand Colum- 

Fimple John, brush maker, Pearl st n of Mulberry 

Fincbond Jerard, sawyer, Biddle st e of Penn avenue 

Fincnaur Henry, grocer, 102 n Howard st 

Finlay John, chair maker, 32 n Gay st; dw 34 do. 

Finley Thomas, com. mt. 55 Smith's wharf; dw Hillen st 2 

doors e of High 
Finley mrs Jane, Aisquith st n w cor Thompson st 
Finley Thomas, Hillen st e of High 
Finley E. L. attorney at law, St Paul's st near Fayette; dw 

Cove near Franklin 
Finley Catherine, Pearl st n of Lexington 
Finley Thomas, grocer, 22 Park st 
Finigen mrs Elizabeth, Dutch alley e of Paca st 
Finn Elizabeth, North st. 3 doors s of Bath 
Finnagin John, weaver, Peirce st e of Cove 
Firchmyer Fred'k, grocery & vinegar store, East st n of Hillen 
Fire Engines, Columbian, Deptford and Franklin house, n e 

corner of Fleet and Market sts 
Fire Engine, New Market Co. house, Eutaw st bet Saratoga 

and Mulberry sts 
Fireman's Insurance Office, n e cor Second and South sts: 

Thos. G. Rutter, sec'y. See advertisement 
Firoved David, cor Franklin and Chatsworlh sts 
Fish mrs Sarah, 89 Bond st 
Fish captain Roswell, 10 Fleet st 
Fish captain Allen, Eden st n of Gough 
Fitzgerald Mary Ann, tailoress, Lee st e of Charles 
Fitzhugh George D. cor Holland and Aisquith sts 
Fish Robert, tailor, 7 Mercer st 

Fishack John 8c George, lottery & exch. office, 1 Sharp st 
Fishack John, dw Carpenter's alley near Howard st 
Fisher John Frederick, tailor, 18 s Calvert st 
Fisher Elizabeth A. tailoress, Beuren st s of Monument 
Fisher Joseph, labourer, Falls turnpike, near Lanvale factory 
Fisher Carl, w Falls av near Water st 

Fisher Abraham, fancy store, 26 Md. Arcade; dw Frank- 
lin st near Cove 
Fisher James- 1, mt. 50 L Gough st; dw s w corner of St Paul 

and Pleasant sts 
Fisher Thomas, dyer, 6 Light st 
Fisher William, Barnetst near Charles 
Fisher Dr. Wm. corner Saratoga and Sharp sts 
Fisher Mathias, labourer, 6 Pine st 

Fisher Jas. shoemaker, Hamptead st 2d door from Caroline 
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Fisher Henry, baker. Pratt st 2d door e of the bridge 
Fisher John, superintendent of streets and pumps, 3 Stiles st 
Fisher Martin, Mulberry st w of Pearl 
Fisher Abraham, merchant, Franklin st e of Cove 
Fisher Wm. dry goods mt. 223 Bait, st; dvv Pascault's row 
Fisher Charles & Co. importers of German goods, 274 Balti- 
more st; dw Chas. F. Fayette st bet Howard &, Liberty 
Fisher John A. shoemaker, cor Aisquith and Douglass sts 
Fisher Martin, locksmith, 104 n Eutaw st 
Fisher Wm. blacksmith, York st near Charles 
Fisher Wm. plasterer, Charles st near York 
Fisher James plasterer, Charles st near York 
Fisher John W. carpenter, 54 s Howard st 
Fisher Dr. Wm. 40 Albermarle st 
JFisher Levin, labourer, Aisquith st s of Jefferson 
tFisher Edward, labourer, Sharp st bet Lexington 4* Saratoga 
Fitch Jonathan, grocer, cor Exeter and Gay sts 
Fitchett Wm. A. carpenter, Alice Anna st e of Caroline 
Fite Conrad R. Sharp st bet German and Lombard sts 
Fitzgerald James, ropemaker, William st near Cross 
Fitzgibbon P. J. grocer, 8 Dugan's wharf: dw 61 High st 
Fitzgibbon Thomas, bookseller, 51 Pearl st 
Fitzgibbon Maurice, cooper, Camden st near Light 
Fitzhugh John, huckster, 13 Water st w of the market 
Fitzgerald John B. Franldin st near Charles 
Fitzgerald Mary, Long alley s of Ross st 
Fitzgerald John, ropewalk, Light st near Hamburg 
Fitzgerald Nancy, Still House st 
Fitzgerald Samuel, tanner, Sarah Ann st vv of Cove 
Fitzpatrick John, proprietor of Washington Exchange livery 

stables, Water st bet Market space and Frederick st 
Fitzpatrick Thomas, grocer and grain mt. 22 Light st wharf 
Fitzpatrick John, lime mt. Hollingsworth and Grant sts; dw 

52 York st 
Fitzpatrick Wm. grocer, Sugar alley near Charles st 
Fitzpatrick Dennis, Columbia st near Cove 
Fitzsimmons Redmanton, Mulberry st e of Cove 
Fitzsimmons Charles, mate, n e cor Fleet and Wolf sts 
Flack James & Son, rectifyers, Guilford st bet Franklin lane 

and South st 
Flack James dw Fayette st w of Howard 
Flack Thomas J. dw Fayette st e of Exeter 
Flack Andrew, grocer, Lexington st w of Pine 
Flaherty Morgan, labourer, s w cor Spring and Wilk sts 
Flamer John, 46 Lerew's alley 
fFlamer Nancy, Spring st s of Pratt 
Fleetwood Stanley H. attorney at law, 2 St Paul's st; dw 63 

Lombard st 
Fleetwood Francis, baker, s w cor Bank and Bond sts 
tFleetwood Wm. Pleasant st near Park 
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tFleetwood Benjamin, mariner, Mulberry st near Park 

FJemming Frederick A. drayman, Water st w of Lloyd 

Flemming James, shoemaker, 18 n Gay st o t 

Flemming William, stevadore, 61 Ann st 

Fletcher M. W. & Co. leather dealers, 6 e Water st 

Fletcher John, comedian, Potter st n ofHillen 

Fletcher Samuel, blacksmith, Washington st n of Fleet 

Fleury Warren, sailmaker, Hampstead st vv of Caroline 

Flevvhart Eliza, Caroline st n of Pratt 

Flint Thos & Wm. dry goods mts. 165* Baltimore st 

Flint Wm. (firm of do.) dw 129 n Eutaw st 

Flint Thos. (firm of do.) dw Green st s of Franklin 

Flishel Anthony, labourer, Biddle st vv of Penn av 

Flishel Jacob, stone cutter, Biddle st e of Penn av 

Flood Arthur, York st w of Light 

f Flowers Eliza, Strawberry alley n of Wilk st 

Floyd David I. com. mt. 23 Water st.dw Franklin st between 

Pine stand Chatsworth run 
Floyd John, labourer, Eager alley near Saratoga st 
Focke Frederick, mt. 5 Fayette st (firm Brauns & Focke) 
Fogleman George, watchman, Green st n of Paca 
Fogelson Wm. tailor, Lee st bet Light and Charles 
Fogleston mr. cabinet maker, 18 Mercer st 
Fogerty Philip, fancy store, 28 Maryland Arcade 
Foley Matthew, grocer, St Paul's st bet Centre & Hamilton 
Folac mrs Hannah, Orleans st e of Aisquith 
Foley Sarsfield, clerk, Exeter st s of Fawn 
Follinger P. tavern keeper, Patterson st 3 doors s of Pratt 
Folingsby A. G. merchant, 1 Buehanan's wharf 
Folkes H. boot & shoemaker, Eager alley near Saratoga st 
Fonerdin Dr. John, n w cor Fayette and Park sts 
Fooks Abner, Canal st s of e Baltimore 
Foose Dorothea, Britton st n e of Monument 
Fookes Captain James, n side Jackson st 
Foos Hannah, Orleans st e of Long lane n side 
Foos John, bricklayer, Potter st s ofHillen 
Foote Lewis, bricklayer, Still House st 
tFoote Rachel, washer, Mechanics' alley n side 
Fopless Elizabeth, Welcome alley bet Hanover and Sharp sts 
Forbes Alexander, weaver, Mulberry st e of Cove 
Forbes John, morocco dresser, Penn av extended 
Force Dexter C. coach maker, Centre st e of" St. Paul 
Force Stephen H. bacon merchant; Pearl st n of Lexington 
Ford Benjamin, waiter, Lombard st near Charles 
Ford Captain George W. harbor master, s Charles st 
Ford James, carter, Concord st 
Ford Nicholas, carpenter, 53 Wagon alley 
Ford John, dry goods store, 6 and 8 Maryland Arcade; dw cor 

Granby and Exeter sts 
Ford Lewis, pilot, Wilk st e of High 
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Ford Joseph T. wheelwright and plough maker, Pratt st w of 

Albermarle 
Ford Elias, boot and shoemaker. Lexington st e of Howard 
Ford mrs Sarah, 80 High st 
Ford John, cooper, Penn av n of Preston st 
Ford Thomas, seaman, Alice Anna st e of Bond 
Ford Wm. rigger, n w cor Alice Anna st and Argyle alley- 
Ford Elizabeth, fish dealer, York avenue 
Ford Edward, engineer, Holland st 
tFord Hannah, washer, Mulberry st w of Pearl 
tFord John, labourer, Spring st s of Wilk 
tFord Alexander, labourer, Bank lane n side o t 
jFord Nace, labourer, 21 Lerew's alley 
Foreman Samuel, blacksmith and wheelwright, corner of Paca 

and German sts; dw Chamberlain alley 
Foreman Mary, seamstress, 106 Eutaw st 
Foreman Valentine, fisherman, Chamberlain alley near Eutaw st 
Foreman Samuel, blacksmith, Chamberlain alley near Eutaw st 
Foreman Edward, grocer, s e cor Caroline and Pratt sts 
Foreman Ker.nard, sailmaker, Johnson st near Cross 
Foreman Leonard, wood dealer, Wilk st e of Exeter 
Foreman Henry, shoemaker, Ensor st n w of Monument 
Forest George, seaman, Bankst e of Pitt 
Forest Leonard, blacksmith, Charles st near Montgomery 
Forest Mary, washer, Guilford alley near Light st 
Forest John, blacksmith, Wolf st s of Wilk 
Forman Edw. (firm Page &, Forman), cor Pratt &, Caroline sts 
Forman Francis, (firm Keller &, Forman); dw Eutaw st w side 

between Lombard and German 
Forman Joseph R. agent and collector, Pitt st w of Eden 
Forman Christian, boarding house, Fayette st e of Pine 
Forney Nicholas, saddler, Long alley s of Ross st 
Forney Louisa, 49 n Green st 
Forney Peter, 23 German st 
Fornshill John, gunsmith, 77 Ensor st 
Forrester William, carter. Baltimore st e of Cove 
Forsel Joseph, shoemaker, Lancaster st e of Apple alley 
Forster Francis, justice of peace, Frederick st n oi Second; dw 

124 n Eutaw 
Forsyth Lydia, seamstress, 14 New Church st 
Forsyth mr. s e corner of Exeter and Wilk sts 
Forsyth Alexander, jr. dealer in live stock, Penn av extended 
Forsyth Rachel, Penn av s of St Mary st 
Forsyth Alex, blacksmith, George st w of Penn av; shop Frank- 
lin w of Paca 
Forsyth William, drover, 134 n Eutaw st 
Forsythe Andrew, porter, High st s of Stiles 
Fort M. Long alley s of Saratogo st 
tFortie George, cordwainer, Chatsworth st n of George 
tFortie Jacob, 55 Park st 



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JFortie Henry P. drayman, East st n of Douglass 

JFortie Jacob, teacher, East st n of Douglass 

Fortune James, coppersmith, St Paul st 2d door from Centre 

Fortune Jas. grate & fender manufact. Light s near Mercer 

Foshen Jacob, carpenter, Strawberry alley n of Wilk st 

Fosler John, morocco dresser, 101 Eutavv st 

Foss Henry J. cabinet and chair maker, 10 s Frederick st 

Foss Mary, n w corner Park and Saratoga sis 

Foss James, carpenter, Low st 3d door w of Aisquith 

Foss mrs Mary, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 

Foss Wm, W. cabinet maker, Hill st near Hanover 

Fosseit John, proprietor Globe tavern, 2 Fish market 

Foster John, labourer, Union st e of Penn av 

Foster Benj. mustard maker, 71 Green st; mill, corner Uhler's 

alley and Charles st 
Foster James, ship carpenter, Lancaster st w of Wolf 
Foster Thomas, grocer, n w cor Caroline and Fleet sts 
Foster Francis, justice of peace, Frederick st n of Second; dw 

124 n Eutaw 
Foster Catherine, fancy store, s Charles st 
Foster James, shoemaker, Ann st s of Fleet 
Foster Edward, ship carpenter, Wolf st n of Fell 
Foster mrs Sarah, Exeter st n of Pitt 
Foulds Capt. Thos. H. Water st w of Exeter 
Foulk Martin, gardener, Union st w of Ross 
Foulk Eliza, boarding house, Wine st e of Cove 
Fountain mrs Mary, Saratoga st near Eutaw 
Fountain Inn, George Beltzhoover, proprietor, Light st near 

Baltimore 
Fous John A. baker, Baltimore st e of Pine 
Fousse John, watchman, n e cor Paca st and Carpenter alley 
Foust Marv, tutoress, se corner Barnet and Charles sts 
Fowble Wm. H. exchange broker, n w cor Gay and Baltimore 

sts; dw 84 Pitt st 
Fcwble Ahraham, carpenter, Wine st e of Cove 
Fowble Henry, plasterer, Lunn's lane n of Conway st 
Fowble Kinsey A. tailor, 27 e Baltimore st 
Fowble William, 84 Pitt st 
Fowler Francis M. general accountant, and house and land 

agent, 14 St Paul's st. See Advertisement 
Fowler Samuei B. carpenter, 21 Pitt st 
Fowler George S. weaver, Franklin st extended 
Fowler J. L. & Brothers, exchange brokers, 166 Baltimore st: 

dw C. S. Fowler, Lexington stw of North 
Fowler William, dw 25 Camden st 
Fowler William, grocer, Sharp st near Busy aliey 
Fowler Chas. S. dw 3 Lexington st 
Fowler Perry, carpenter, High st s of Water 
Fowler Martha, tailoress, 15 Albermarle st 
Fowler William, grocer, 75 w Pratt st 
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Fowler Francis, wire worker, 33 w Pratt st 

Fowler Louisa, fancy store, No. 23 2d story Bazaar; dw 21 Pitt 

Fowler mrs. Canon alley bet. Pratt and Water sts 

Fowler David, grocer, s e cor Lloyd and Baltimore sts 

Fowler Thomas, grocer, n e cor Front and Baltimore sts 

Fowler Sarah, mantua maker, 117 Exeter st 

Fowler Wm. tavern keeper, 3 Bond st 

fFowler Leonard, Johnson st near Cross 

tFowler Mary, Park st bet Saratoga and Lexington 

fFowler Mary, milkwoman, Johnson st 

Fox Henry, seaman, 38 Alice Anna st 

Fox Hugh, labourer, Fleet st w of Caroline 

Fox Charles, constable, cor Lancaster st and Happy alley 

Fox Wm. tailor, Light st near York 

Fox John, grocer, corner Front and Hillen sts 

Fox mrs Rebecca, grocer, cor Charles and Ruxton sts 

tFox Hamilton, carter, Forest st s of Douglass 

Foxall Catherine, York st near Light 

Foxall mrs Mary, Beuren st s of Montgomery 

Foxcroft Wm. printer, Green st s of Paca 

Foxcroft Susan, Homespun alley 

Foxcroft Jas. A. dw Exeter st near Gay 

Foxcroft &. Clark, watch and clock makers, 37 s Calvert st 

Foxcroft Wm. printer, Green st s of Paca 

Foxwell Joseph, labourer, 62 Fleet st 

Foy James, 68£ s Calvert st 

F©y Frederick, innkeeper, w end of Baltimore st 

Foy Peter, health officer, 35 Fleet st 

Frailey Leonard, guager, 56 w Fayette st 

Frailey G. C. japanner, over No. 1 s Eutaw st 

France Thomas, painter, Lee st bet Hanover and Sharp sts 

France James, lottery and exch. office, corner Baltimore st and 

M'CIellan's alley; dw Fayette st 2d door from Charles 
France Charles, baker, Baltimore st e of Pine 
Franchi Andrew, manufacturer of artificial flowers, 94 Pitt st 
Francis Robert, Hillen st e of Potter 
Francis Thomas, baker, 67 Franklin st 
JFrancis Joseph, labourer, Fleet st w of Market 
tFrancis Mary, 71 Bond st 
fFrancis Pompey, St Mary st s of Ross 
tFrancis John, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Wilk st 
Francis Jno. coloured boarding house, Fleet st e of Caroline 
tFrancis Perry, labourer, nw cor Long lane and Orleans st 
tFrancis Thomas, labourer, Biddle alley w of Ross street 
Franciscus James M. lottery office, Pratt st e of South 
Franciscus John, sugar refiner and com. mt. 76 Bowly'a whf. 

dw 40 n Gay street 
Franck Peter, grocer, 36 Forest st n of Hillen 

Franckauser , baker, Camden st w of Light 

Franklin Joshua, millwright, Wagon alley near Liberty st 

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Franklin Samuel, sea captain, 59 Ann street 

Franklin Bank of Baltimore, ne cor Baltimore & Fayette sts 

Franklin John, carpenter, Canal st n of Pitt st 

tFranklin Isaiah, labourer, Bond st n of Pratt 

tFranklin Peter, whitewashes Montgomery st near Charles 

Frazer Jeremiah, ship joiner, 19 Fleet st 

Frazier James, sea captain, 41 Fleet street 

Frazier John, labourer, Hill street near Charles 

Frazier John, painter, Green st n of German 

Frazier James, carpenter, in alley running from 20 1 homson 

Frazier Lilly, Hampstead st e of Spring [st to Orleans 

tFrazier John F. mattrass maker, Biddle alley w of Ross st 

Freannif John, grocer, 47 Camden street 

Freas George W. tavern, cor Lancaster & Market sts 

Frederick Michael, Barre st near Charles 

Frederick Robert, chair maker, Gay st b oj Forest street 

Frederick John, labourer, Forest st n of Madison 

Frederick John, cordwainer, Penn avenue n of Union street 

Frederick Lawrence, cooper, 83 n Howard street 

Fredet Rev. P. professor of theology at St. Mary s Seminary 

Frethoffer, Dr. Gotfreit, William st near Cross 

Free Jefferson, cooper, Henrietta street near Light 

Free Milton, cooper, 129 s Sharp street 

Free School, Male, of Baltimore, Courtland st n of Pleasant, 

T. Bassford teacher 
Free School Catholic Male, Saratoga st near Holiday 
Freeburger George, tavern keeper, cor Mercer and Grant sts 
Freeburger John, grocer, sw cor Caroline & Water sts 
Freeburger John, tinner, sw cor Water and Caroline sts 
Freeburger John, grocer, nw cor Light and Hill sts 
Freeland Egbert, tobacco dealer, Pratt st 2d door from Light, 

dw 94 s Sharp street 
Freeman William H. attorney at law, 2 St. Paul street 
tFreeman Samuel.brickmaker, commons n of Spring Gardens 
tFreeman Scipio, labourer, Johnson street 
tFreeman George H. shoemaker, Low st w of Aisquith 
tFreeman Henry, shoemaker, sw cor Douglass &l torest sts 
tFreeman Nathaniel, labourer, Bank lane n side o. t. 
Freil mrs. Union st n of Ross 
Freinscht George, brewer, Camden st w of Eutaw 
French Nicholas, foreman of McKim's copper works, Low st 

betw High and Front 
French John C. umbrella and parasol manufacturer, 3<3 fcoutn 

street, see Advertisement 
tFrench Priscilla, Strawberry alley near Pratt st [.st near Pine 
Frey E. S. & S. W. druggists, 75 n Howard st. dw George 
Frey John, grocer, and proprietor of plaister mill, Fores* st n 
Frey mrs Susan, George st e of Pine L ot tilllen 

Frey Michael, paver, Union st w of Ross 
Frey Gotleip, shoemaker, Light street near West 

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Freyer E. S. carver &l gilder, 2 n Gay street 

Freyer Henry, Jime m.t. 49 n Gay st, dw Forest st near Hillen 

Frick mrs. 10 n Gay street 

Frick William, attorney at la\v ; car Courtland & Saratoga sts 

Frick Dr. 10 n Gay street 

Fridge Alexander, 8 s Charles St 

jFrie William, brickmaker, Pratt street road 

Friedenvvaid James, second hand clothing store, 22 Bond st 

Friese Philip R. J. Baltimore window glass manufacturer, 3 

Lor man Row, Hanover st. dvv 66 Hanover street 
Friends!. Meeting house, dw cor Courtland and Saratoga sts 
Friends' Meeting house, Lombard street near Eutaw 
Friends' Meeting house, se cor Pitt and Aisquith street 
Friendship Fire Company house, 14 n Frederick street 
Frier Andrew, boot and shoemaker, 47 Wagon alley 
Fries John, surgical instrument maker, n Liberty st. dw Mer- 
cer st near Light 
Frietchler William, cabinet maker, Franklin st e of Paca 
Fringer mrs Esther, Penn avenue extended 
Frisbey Patrick, ostler, Mulberry st near Eutaw 
Frisby capt William, 31 Fleet street 
tFrisby Robert, caulker, Fleet st e of Caroline 
JFrisby Ediihe, white washer, 30 n Frederick street 
tFrisby Perry woodsawyer, 30 n Frederick street 
Frith Jonas, coachmaker, St Paul's st 3d door from Centre st 
Fritz Henry, seaman, 20 Alice Anna street 
Frocher Charles, merchant, 65 Fayette street 
From Nimrod, cabinet maker, 1 Block street 
Froxy Abraham, carpenter, Mulberry st e of Pine 
Fruit George, seaman, Harford road ne side 
Fruit mrs Eleanor, 183 Bond street 
Fry Gotleip, Water st near Albemarle 
Fry Philip, tavern keeper, 26 Lancaster st e of Bond 
Fry mrs Eleanor, 183 Bond street 
Fuierton George, drayman, Preston st w of Ross 
Fuller Philip, wheelwright, Eager alley near Saratoga st 
Fuller Horace, grocer, Wolf st s of Fleet 
tFuller Thomas, labourer, Centre st near Charles 
Fullerton Peter, carter, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Fulton Coffee house, 2 Grant street 

Fulton Dr. Robt. Sharp st w side betw German and Lombard 
Fulton Thomas, grocer, 149 French st 
Furlong James, druggist, 95 Bond street 
Furlong Thomas, Pine street s of George 
Furlong mrs Elizabeth, Saratoga st w of Pine 
Furlong John, druggist. Ensor st sw of Monument 
Furney Mary, Peirce street w of Pearl 
Furnis's Eli, plasterer, Hillen street e of Front 
Fusselbaugh Wm. oil, paint, &l glass merchant, 31 Gay st o. t 
Fussell Jacob, smith and stove dealer, Pratt st near the bridge 
n side, dvv Water st betw High and Exeter §U 
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Gable John, 45 Light street 

Gable Julia, commons n of Spring Gardens 

Gable Henry, grocer, corner Friendship and Douglass sts 

Gadd Luther, shoemaker, Homespun alley 

Gaddes Alexander, stone cutter, sw cor Sharp and German sts 

Gade John, lace and fringe maker, 35 n Gay street 

Gade mrs Catherine, cor Light and Mercer sts 

GarTord Cordelia, boarding house, 68 Centre Market space 

Gainter Catherine, York avenue 

Gaither Geo, R. wholesale dry goods mt. 203 Baltimore st. dw 

Fayette street near Eutaw 
tGale Archibald, drayman. Exeter street s of French 
Galibart Joseph jr. cooper, 118 Wolf street 
Gallagher Patrick, 46 Harrison street 
Gallagher Richard, clerk, Ross st w of Futavv 
Gallagher Patrick, cordwainer, 30 n Frederick street 
Gallagher James, labourer. Long alley s of Ross street 
Gallaher John, labourer, se cor Monument and Eutaw sts 
Gallagher Patrick, York st near Charles 
Gallagher James, cor Franklin st and Lerew's alley 
Galland J. B. merchant tailor, 8 Water street 
Gallaugher Micnael,soap and candle factor, 78 Wagon alley 
Gallaway Aquilla, Gravel alley rear of Calvert st City spring 
Gallaway Jehu, tobacconist, 49s n Gay st o. t. dw Belle Air 
Gallaway Richard L. Franklin st near Howard [road 

Gallaway Benjamin, watchman, Armistead lane near Light st 
Gallaway Aquilla, carter, Mulberry street near Park 
tGallimason Joseph, seaman, Caroline st near Wilk 
Galloway Mary, Buxton lane near Charles st 
Galloway Robert, carpenter, 239 h Howard st 
Galloway Thomas, painter, Eden st s of Gough 
Galloway Thomas, shipsmith, Sha>-p st near Busy alley 
Gallup Rufus, printer, Eden st s of Pratt 
Gait captain Henry, Alice Anna st e of Market 
Gait mrs Eliza, 19'Thames st 
Gait Thompson, Harford road s e side 
Gait John M. Bond st s of Alice Anna 
Galvin John, teacher, 18 Pitt st 
Galvin Chas. Oxford Farm Dairy, 63 Fayette st 
Galway k Blown, grocers, 108 n Howard st 
tGamble Thomas, Forest st sof Douglass, sexton 2d Presby- 
terian Church 
Gambrill Thomas, cordwainer, Penn av s of Hoffman st 
Gambrill John M. millwright, Baltimore st near Coves side 
Gambrill John, 9 York av 
Gammell mrs. cor Mercer and Grant sts 
Gankmakle Ludovie, victualler, Light st bet Cross &. Hamburg 
Ganteaume captain Henry, Caroline row, Caroline st 
Gantt capt. C. L. custom-House inspector, 45 Water st e of Gay 
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Garber Jacob, piano maker, Penn av n of Franklin st 
Gardner Isaac D. cordwainer, Pine st w side n of Fayette 
Gardner mrs Margaret, Gough st s of Granby 
Gardner James, shoemaker, 2 Monument st 
Gardner mrs Margt. liquor store, Franklin stvv of Chats worth 
Gardner mrs Maria, dry goods store, 19 Market st 
Gardner Wm. shoemaker, East st s of French 
Gardner George, wheelwright, Welcome alley near Lee st 
Gardner James, of health boat, dw Star alley s of Wilk st 
Gardner George, ship joiner, Caroline st n of Baltimore 
Gardner Isaac, stone quarrier, Ruxton st near Light 
Gardner Catherine, widow, Liberty alley s of Madison st 
Gardner James B. painter, Eden st n of Silver 
Gardner Joseph, tavern keeper, Franklin st e of Green 
Gardner Wm. ship builder, Fleet st e of Washington 
Gardner George, ship builder, Fleet st w of Castle alley 
Gardner Joseph, furniture store, French st w of Potter 
Gardner Ruth, Peace alley, w of Eutaw st 
Gardner John, furniture store, 3 French st 
Gardner Wm. cordwainer, s w cor Eutaw stand Peace alley 
Gardner Jane, Cove st s of Franklin 

Gardner Francis, furniture store, s w cor Second and Frede- 
rick st; dw cor French St Potter sts. See Advert. 
Gardner Thomas, dealer in furniture, cor Potter St French sts 
fGardner Christopher, Monument st e of Sterling 
Garish Luran, Montgomery st near Light 
IGarl Francis, labourer, Richmond st near Cathedral 
Garland St Osborne, com mts. 84 Bowly's wharf; dw W. G. 

Fayette st. opposite Holliday 
Garland mr. 7 Mercer st 

Garland Benjamin, labourer, cor Cove and German sts 
Garland Wm. merchant, Fayette st 1 door w of Holliday 
Garner T. W. china store, 55 n Gay st 
Garner John, weaver, Franklin st extended 
Garner Willis, alum maker, glass house, Johnson st 
Games mrs Lydia, tutoress, cor Apple alley St Alice Anna st 
tGarnish Edward, sawyer, Bank st w of Eden 
Garr John, shoemaker X alley 

Garraud St Clunet, confectioners and distillers, T8 Balto. st 
Garret John, cabinet maker, Alice Anna st e of Market st 
Garrett Joseph, brass founder, 48 Exeter st 
Garrett Robert St Co. grocers, 32 n Howard st; dw Eutaw st 

bet Saratoga and Lexington 
tGarret Thomas, dyer, Sterling st n of Monument 
.(.Garret Thomas, labourer, Howard st extended 
tGarret Solomon, drayman, 35 Lerew's alley 
tGarrett Robert, comb maker, Peace alley e of Lunn's lane 
JGarretson Ralph, carpenter, Temple st 
tGarretson Wiley, hackman, Neighbour st between York and 
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tGarretsun Caleb, labourer, Caroline st s of Water 
Garrettson Bennett, boot and shoemaker, 219 Baltimore st 
Garrish Mary, East st s of Douglass 
Garrison Samuel, brickmaker, Tyson alley 
tGarrow Nicholas, labourer, Marion st near Park 
Garvin Hugh, carpenter, Long alley s of Ross st 
Garvin Robert, carpenter, Wine st e of Cove 
tGasaway George, shoemaker, Charles st near Hill 
Gas House, cor North and Saratoga sts 
Gas Company's Office, North st s of Saratoga 
Gaskins Samuel S. & Co. lumber mts. Green st n of Lexing- 
ton; dw of S. S. G. Lexington st e of Pine 
Gaskins James, collector, Columbia st vv of Paca 
Gaston James, weaver, Freedom st s of Franklin 
Gatch Conduce, millwright, Pratt st e of Paca; dw Camden 

e of Paca st 
Gatch Richard, Granby st w of L Gough 
Gatchell Cassandra, boarding house, 7 Second st 
Gatchell William H. attorney at law, Court-house lane; dw 

Franklin st 2d door from St Paul 
Gatchell Elisha, grocer, Loudenslager's hill, e Baltimore st 
Gatchell mrs Dorcas, Bond st s of Bank 
tGater Dennis, blacksmith, Conway st n of Cove 
Gatewood mr. coachmaker, Caroline st n of ¥ork 
Gaunt John, stone cutter, Cross st 
Gauline mrs Mary, Baltimore st n side e of Spring st 
Gausthaus D. tavern, Bond st n of Lancaster 
Gault mrs Sarah, shop keeper, (Salisbury st w of Harford run 
Gault mrs Mary Ann, tailoress, s w cor High and Addison sts 
JGavins Daniel, feed store, 60 Gay st o t 
Gazette Baltimore, William Gwynn, editor and proprietor, St. 

Paul's st between Baltimore and Fayette 
Geddes G. s e corner of Frederick and Water sts 
Geddes Thomas S. printer, Paca st 
Geddes James, coppersmith, 53 South st 
Geddes George, cabinet maker, Mulliken st e of Caroline 
Geddings Dr. Lexington st near Charles 
tGeddings Rachel, washer. 63 s Howard st 
Gees George, carpenter, 119 n Eutaw st 
Geezra George, paver, Hoffman st e of Penn av 
Gegan Joseph, attorney at law, se cor St Paul & Mulberry sts 
Gehring John G. confectioner, 78 Ensor st 
Gehrmaw Chas. tobacconist, li n Gay st near the bridge 
Geibel mrs Pratt st near the bridge 
Geiger Jacob, carpenter, Penn av s of Union st 
Geisendorf Catherine, Baltimore st e of Bond 
Gekler Godiried, combmaker, 44 Exeter st 
Gelston Hugh, dwPenn av extended 
Gelenan Maria, Amity st n of Lexington 
Gent William, ship carpenter, William st 
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tGent Maria, Chesnut alley w of Chats worth st 

George James, dw 140 n Howard st 

George James B. shoe and hat store, 46 Centre Market space 

George Wm. E. Sharp st 3 doors s of Lombard st 

George Archibald & Co. mts. corner Howard and Mulberry sts; 

~ dw A. G. Mulberry st n of Howard 
George Samuel K. com. mt. 175 Baltimore st 
George Samuel, Camden st w of Sharp 
George Stephen, carpenter, Barre st near Sharp 
George & Hays, grocers, 120 n Howard st 
Gerber Christian, 41 w Pratt st 

Gerhard Josiah, cordwainer, IS Penn av n of Franklin st 
Gerhord Sybentz, watchmaker, 39 Bond st 
German Reformed Church, Second st. e of South, rev Albert 

Helfenstein, pastor 
German Lutheran Church, n Gay st bet Fayette & Saratoga 
German Chas. tobacconist, n Gay st 1 door n of Jones's Falls 
German Benj. wheelwright, n w cor Strawberry al &, Pitt st 
German Sarah W. milliner, 13 Fleet st 
German Jonathan, ornamental painter, Exeter st n of Pitt 
Gerwick Jacob, carpet weaver, 33 Franklin st 
Gesfbrd James, baker, Park st 3 doors from Saratoga 
Getho Henry, watchmaker & jeweller, 19 e Baltimore st 
Geltier Jacob, bill poster, Richmond st near Park 
Gettier Henry, turner, Biddle st e of Penn av 
Gettier George, labourer, Biddle alley w of Ross st 
Getty James, drayman, 44 s Gay st 
Getty James, grocer, s w cor Park and Marion sts 
Getty James, packing case maker, cor Strange all & M'Clellan 

st; dw corner Park and Marion 
Getty John T. dry goods mt. 61 n Howard st 
Getty James, dry goods ml. 69 n Howard st [Calvert 

Getty Francis, dry goods mt. 71 Baltimore st; dw Fayette near 
Ghio John B. fancy store, 20 &, 22 Centre Market space 
Gianer Henry, grocery & liquor store, n \v corner Eutaw and 
Gibbons Wm. cooper," w end of Baltimore st [Conway sts 

Gibbons Thomas, 49 n Gay st 
Gibbons John, cooper, German st near Cove 
Gibbs Robert M. 8 s Gay st 

Gibbs John, grocery and liquor store, 12 n Eutaw st 
Gibbs John G. cooper, Dutch alley w of Eutaw st 
Gibbs Wm. A. cooper, Dutch alley w of Eutaw st 
tGibbs Peter, porter, Jew alley s of Lexington st 
tGibbs Ann, midwife, Columbia st bet Sharp and Howard 
Gibbs Sc Brown, dry goods merchants, lG5i Baltimore st 
Gibson John, huckster, 29 Water st E of Frederick 
Gibson Alexander, cordwainer, Frederick st s of Water 
Gibson John &, Co. merchants, 8 n Charles st dw J. G. Fay- 
ette st adjoining Union Bank 
Gibson Dr. George S. Charles st bet Lexington and Saratoga 
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Gibson Edmund, n Charles st 5 doors n of Mulberry- 
Gibson Henry W. painter, Zell alley n of Mulberry st 
Gibson Jane, Jackson si s side 

Gibson George, custom house boatman, Gough st e of Eden 
Gib&on Joseph, weaver, Preston st w of Ross 
Gibson James, Madison st extended 
Gibson Joshua, bricklayer, Canal st s of Orleans 
Gibson James, grocer, Howard st extended 
Gibson Mary, dress maker, 62 High st 
tGibson AfTey, Spring st n of Gough 
tGibson Philip, Stewart, Potter st n of Douglass 
tGi">son Matilda, alley from Caroline st w of Eden 
tGibson Joseph, labourer, Columbia st betw Eutaw and Paca 

tGibson », sawyer, Union st e of Penn avenue 

f Gibson Win. labourer, Peach alley w of Chatsworth st 
tGibson Nancy, washar, Salisbury alley e of Exeter st 
tGibson Basil, labourer, Long alley n of New st 
Giddens Mary, widow, Harford avenue n of the Church 
Gidden Mary, 16 Aibemarle st 
Giffbrd mrs Mary, Pitt st e of Eden 
Gilford Thomas, carpenter, Holland st e of Eden 
Gilback George, grocer, corner French and Beuren sts 
Gilback Christian, grocer, 38 Forest st s of French 
Gilbert mrs Mary, 1 Ross st 
f Gilbert Win. labourer, Fayette st e of Pine 
f Gilbert Joshua, white washer and wall colourer, Low st be- 
tween Exeter and High 
Gilberthorp Catherine, binder, Shakspeare st e of Bond 
Gilcot Julian, nurse, 105 n Eutaw st 

Gildea Jno. wheat fan maker, 61s Calvert st dw Pratt near Gay 
Gildea Felix, bricklayer, Paca st s of New 
Giles Aquilla, Baltimore st e of Market 
Giles Wm. F. attorney at law, Baltimore st*E of Market" 
Giles Jacob W. e Baltimore st opp. 2d Presbyterian Church 
Giles Joseph, cooper, Amity st n of Lexington 
GilfryJohn, brush maker, 56 Pratt st near Hanover 
Gill George, carter, Wolf st s of Gough [berry st 

Gill Jabez, carpenter, Franklin st near Cathedral dw 12 Mul- 
Gill John, notary public, 42 Water st opposite s entrance of 

Exchange and nearly opposite Custom house, dw North 

st 2d door from Nevins's 
Gill Mary, Wilk st opposite High 
Gill Bennet C. boarding house, 82 M'Elderry's wharf 
Gill mrs. mantua maker, 76 Camden st 

Gill Jno. G. firm Hugh Boyle & co. dw Aisquith st near Forest 
Gill Bennet C. stevadore, 11 Philpot st 

Gill Bryson, dentist, cupper and leecher, n w corner Hano- 
ver and Lombard sts 
Gill Joshua, labourer, Park lane extended 
Gill John, stucco worker, 141 n Eutaw st 
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Gill Mary, huckster, Chesnut alley vv of Pearl st 

Gill George M. attorney at law, Fayette st near Calvert, dw e 

Baltimore st next to Hargrove's church 
Gill mrs Elizabeth, s \v corner Pitt and Front sts 
Gill Richard W. attorney at law, Fayette st near Calvert 
Gillen Brian, labourer, Saratoga st w of Schroeder 
Gilles Peter, s e corner St. Paul and Pleasant sts 
Gillespy Stephen, cabt. maker, s e cor Holiday &, Fayette sts 
Gillespy .Andrew, cordwainer, Chamberlain alley n side 
tGilliard Susan, washer, Harford avenue near the church 
JGilliard Nicholas, blacksmith, Briton st n e of Neighbour' 
tGilliard Charlotte, washer, Chamberlain alley near Eutaw st 
Gilligan Henry, carter, Orleans st w of Eden 
Gillet Martin, & co. tea dealers, 52 Pratt st dw Lexington st 

s side 1 door from Howard 
Gillingham J. 101 Lombard st 
Gillingham Amos, 118 s Sharp st 

Gillingham &, Jessop, hardware merchants, 10 Pratt st near 
Gillingham George, dw 91 Pratt st [Light 

Gillingham & Russell, comb and variety store, 16 w Pratt st 
Gillingham George Jr. Lloyd sts of Salisbury 
Gillingham Mary, 133 Hanover st 
Gillingham William, blacksmith, 95 s Sharp 
Oilman Charles, attorney at law. dw 6 Pascault's row Lexing- 
ton st office 25 w Fayette st 
Gilmor Robert and sons, merchants, dw Water st 
Gilmor mrs Wm. Calvert st next house s of Court house 
tGilmore Isaac, porter, German st near Green 
Gilpin mrs Margaret, Bank st e of Pitt 
Gilpin Brothers Sc co. hatters, 78 Pratt st 
Gilpin Henry, house carpenter, 12 Centre Market space 
Gilpin Elizabeth, milliner, 12 Centre Market space 
Ginn Sarah, seamstress, 12 Park st 
Giraud Dr. John J. Water st 2d dcor e of the bridge 
Girvin James, merchant, corner Eutaw and Franklin sts dw 

Paca st e side, n of Franklin 
Gist Wm. proprietor of Eagle white lead works, se corner 

Eutaw and Conway sts dw Camden st e of Howard 

see advertisement 

Gist , labourer, Brewhouse alley n of Camden st 

Gist Wm. inspector of liquors, 50 Pitt st 

Gist Frederick, turner, w end Baltimore st 

tGist Jacob, caulker, Starr alley n of Fleet st 

Gittings Lambert, commission merchant, 5 Spear's whaiT, dw 

North st 2d door n of Lexington 
Gittings Mary, 101 n Eutaw st 

Gittings John S. com. agent, Water st 3d door e of bridge 
Gladding Michael, butter huckster, Harford av. n of church 
Gladding Samuel, grocer, Hill st near Hanover 
Glasby John boat builder, Happy alley n of Lancaster st 

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Glaspy Thomas, labourer, Neck road, Canton 

Glass Isaac, superintendent chimnies, Fleet st w of Apple al. 

Glassgow Henry, Forest st s of Douglass 

Glassgow mrs. dw 69 Conway st 

Glasgow W. & C. hatters, 158 Baltimore st 

Glander Sarah, milliner, 62 s Charles st 

Glassen Jacob, blacksmith, corner French and East sts 

Glanville mrs Mary, s e corner Charles and Conway sts 

Glassley Ezekiel, blacksmith, Holland st w precincts 

Gleeson mrs Mary, boarding house, Light st near Pratt 

Gleeson Thomas, teacher, Hillen st e of Exeter 

Glenn John, attorney at law, Court house lane, dw Charles st 

between Lexington and Fayette 
Glenn Frederick H. blacksmith, Holland st w precincts 
Glenn Wm. lumber merchant, dw 92 n Liberty st 
Glenn Robert, grocery and bacon store, cor Low & Forest sts 
Glenn Thomas T. painter, cor Pratt st and Strawberrj* alley 
Glenn hon. Elias, judge U. S. District court, Franklin st 
Glenn Wm. seaman, Fleet st e of Caroline 
Glenn C. boarding house, Fleet st e of Caroline 
Glenn Michael, carpenter. Rail road depot 
Glover Alexander, confectioner, 55 Eutaw st 
Gluck Lewis, cabinet maker, Penn av n of Hoffman st 
Gobright Wm. tin plate worker, dw in part of M'Kim's school 

house, n w corner Baltimore and Canal sts 
Godman mrs Angelica, n e corner Barnet and Charles sts 
Godman Brutus, stone cutter, Pine st w side s oi Mulberry 
Godman Thomas J. distiller, Penn av extended 
Godfroy John, Penn avenue extended 
Goetochy Michael, baker, corner Cross and William sts 
Golibart Joseph, jr. cooper, Commerce st between Pratt and 

Cable dw 118 Wolf st 
Gold capt. Peter, 73 s Charles st 

Gold capt Joseph, 23 s Charles st [gomerj sts 

Gold Peter F. dry goods & grocery store, cor Light & Mont- 
Golden Wm. shoemaker, 55 Wagon alley 
tGolden Charles, Fleet st w of Bond 
Golder Sarah, 75 Green st 

Golder Archibald, paper hangings store, 171 Baltimore st 
Golder George, Mulberry st w of Eutaw 
tGolder Robert, physician. 67 s Howard st 
Goldsborough N. W. firm Henry Beadel & co. dw corner of 

Franklin and Park sts 
tGoldsborough Richard C. ship carpenter, Wolfst n of Wilk 
t Goldsborough Moses, plaisterer, Chatsworth st n af George 
f Goldsborough Joseph, labourer, Cove st s of Franklin 
Goldsmith mrs Elizabeth, Lee st near Light 
Goldsmith S. H. dry goods merchant, Calvert st s of Bath 
Golibart Joseph, jr. ccoper 118 Wolfst 
Goodacre Daniel, granite stone cutter, 73 Albemarle st 

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Goodall Matthew, corner Calvert and Mulberry sts 
Goodhand Ann, Park lane vr oi Cove st 
Good hand mrs Margaret, 68 n Liberty st 
Goodison John, 22 Block st 

tGooding Thos. confectioner, Calvert st 1 door n of Saratoga 
Goodman Edward, cordwainer, Mulberry st w of Pearl 
Goodrick Thomas C. proprietor steamboat hotel, Pratt st vv of 
Goodrick mrs Susan, Baltimore st e of Eden s side [Gay 

Goodwin Caleb and co. ship carpenters, lower end M'Elder- 
ry's wharf, dw C. G. Stiles st between Exeter and High 
Goodwin Lyde 3 St. Clair's row, St. Paul st 
Goodwin Littleton, Gough st s of Granby 
Gordon Charles, ropemaker. Bank st e of Market 
Gordon Wm. carpenter, Stiles st w of Harford run 
Gordon John H. chair maker, s e corner South and Water sts 

d w Water st 2 doors w of South 
Gordon John M. attorney at law, Fayette st near St. Paul 
Gordon Michael, shipwright, 20 Fleet st 

Gordon , Starr alley near Gough st 

Gordon Joseph, cooper, Mulberry st near Howard 

Gordon Mary, shop keeper, 85 Saratoga st 

Gore Wm. millwright, Richmond st near Park 

Gore Jabez, Green st n of Saratoga 

Gorman Montgomery, cordwainer, n Frederick st near Gay 

Gorman Thos. mt. tailor, 2 Light st dw Exeter st n of Water 

Gorman Nicholas, weaver, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 

Gorman John, weaver, Mulberry st w of Pine 

Gorman Michael, weaver, Franklin st extended 

Gormley James, tavern keeper, cor. Pratt and Commerce sts 

Gorsuch Lowry F. hatter, 34 Pratt st near Hanover 

Gorsuch Wm. 97 n Howard st 

Gorsuch Sarah. Cove st s of Peirce 

Gorsuch James, ship carpenter, 195 Bond st 

Gorsuch Robert, farmer, Monument st e of Sterling 

Gorsuch John, carpenter, 50 Ann st 

Gorsuch Nicholas, 62 n Gay st o t 

Gorsuch Samuel, ship carpenter, Washington st s of Wilk 

Gorsuch Sarah, 15 New st 

Gorton capt. Wm. A. Pine st w side n of Franklin 

Gorton mrs Phoebe, e Baltimore st opposite Aisquith 

Gosnell Phihp H. tailor, Mulberry st w of Pearl 

Gosnell & Hambleton, dry goods merchants 3 n Howard st 

Gosnell Talbot, carpenter, Eden st n of Pitt 

Gothrop James, cordwainer, Chesnut alley w of Pine st 

Gott Thomas, dry goods merchant, Baltimore st dw Water 

st n side w of Lloyd 
Gonffe John, comedian, Potter st n of Hillen 
Gould Alexander, sen. Light st near West 
Gould Moses, cordwainer, 17 Water st dw Baltimore st w 

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Gould Alexander jr. victualler, Light st near West 

Gould John G. clothing store, 34 s Calvert st 

Gould James, fancy store, 202 Baho. st dvv 25 s Howard st 

Gould capt. Paul, 50 s Charles st 

Gouid James F. teacher, 9 Lexington st 

Gould mr. tobacconist, 6 Thomson st 

Gould Daniel T. shoe manufacturer, Baltimore st w of Pine 

f Gould Robert, porter, Asbury st 

tGould Richard, labourer, Eden st n of Bank 

tGould Samuel, labourer, Park st extended 

Goulder Mary, huckster, Short st near Jefferson 

Goulding Michael, labourer, Lunn's lane sof Paca st 

tGoulding Wm. labourer, Pine st vv of Mulberry 

Gouldsborough Wm. J. 12(? Ensor st 

Gourdon mrs Sarah, 70 Camden st 

Gourley Alexander, millwright, Park lane extended 

tGoven Daniel, feed store, Aisquith sts of Douglass 

Gover George P. lottery and exchange office, corner Light 

and Baltimore sts dw 76 Pitt st 
Gover Samuel H. auctioneer. Second st e of Frederick dw 

High st n of Granby 
Gowan mrs Mary, Lexington st between Park and Howard 
Govvens James, carter, Forest st n of Douglass 
Grace James H. hack owner, Peace alley w of Eutaw st 
Grace Milly, washer, Happy alley n of Alice Anna st 
Grace mrs Pricilla, Gough st e of Spring 
Grace Wm. blacksmith, Apple alley s of Baltimore st 
tGrace Adam, sawyer, Argyle alley n of Alice Anna st 
fGrace Thomas, labourer, Happy alley n of Lancaster st 
Gracey mrs Eleanor, n e corner Aisquith and Orleans sts 
Gracey Henry, carpenter, Aisquith st n of Orleans 
Grafton Martha, dry goods store, 39 e Baltimore st 
Graham J. & R. grocers, 100 Dugan's wharf 
Graham Wm. H„ 104 Hanover st 
Graham George, 121 s Sharp st 
Graham mrs Elizabeth, Hillen st e of Exeter 
Graham Wm. merchant, 2 York buildings e Baltimore st 
Graham Hamilton, Pratt st w of Gough 
Graham Andrew, ship joiner, 5 Fleet st 
Graham Ephraim, porter, Eager alley near Gay st 
Graham Hugh, cabinet maker, Charles st near Hill 
Grahme Andrew, 232 n Howard st 
Graidy Patrick, labourer, 15 Mulberry st 
tGrainage Frances, Chatsworth st s of Franklin 
Grammer mrs Eliza, Aisquith st n of Pitt 
Grammer Jacob, victualler, Henrietta st near Charles 
Grandeson Charles, drayman, Douglass st w of Aisquith 
Granger Wm. carter, Light st near Austin 
Granroak Gustavus, seaman, 18 Bond st 
Grant Stephen, Chemist, Saratoga st extended 

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tGrant Charles, Canal st n of Holland 

Granite Baltimore company's yard, Lombard st near Pine 
'tGrant Charles, labourer, Park st extended 

Granite Jane, 43 Alice Anna st 

Grape Andrew, trunk maker, Bank st w of Spring 

Grape Jacob, comb factory and variety store, 40 Baltimore st 
dw Potter st near Gay 

Grape George, carpenter, Monument st e of Ensor 

Grate Jacob, carpenter, Union st w of Ross 

Gratz Sarah, Pine st w side n of Mulberry 

Gravenstine mrs Elizabeth, Water st e of Exeter 

Graves Dr. John James, n e corner Sharp and Fayette sts 

Graves George, s e corner Pearl and Mulberry sts 

Graves Robert, carpenter, Bond st s of Bank 

Graves Barney, labourer, Mulberry st near Park 

Gray John M. finding shop, 15 Water st 

Gray George, last maker, 25 s Calvert st 

Gray Henry W. n e corner Sharp and Conway sts 

Gray Walton, Pratt st 2d door e of High 

Gray Catherine, liquor store, 6 Ross st 

Gray Richard, stone cutter, Harford avenue near the Church 

Gray Leonard F. tailor, Aisquith st n of Monument 

Gray Michael, carpenter, 3 Mulberry st 

Gray Joseph, shoemaker, 15 Saratoga st 

Gray John, carter, Wolfst n of Alice Anna 

Gray John, labourer. East st n of Pitt 

Gray James, vegetable medicine store. 33 s Calvert -st dw. 17 

Water street between Calvert and South sts 
Gray William, hatter, 15 Thomson street 
JGray Daniel, drayman, Eager alley near Mulberry st 
{Gray Thomas, labourer, French st w of Potter 
fGray 'Samuel, grain carrier, Water street e of Lloyd 
fGray Jerry, labourer, Saratoga street w of Cove 
IGray Charles, labourer, Chesnut alley e of Pine street 
tGray Sally, Montgomery street near Charles 
tGray Thomas, drayman, 31 Lerew's alley 
Grayson George, carter, Low street w of Hanover 
Grazier Andrew, blacksmith, Ross street w of Biddlo 
Greatfield John, carpenter, 57 Wagon alley 
Gree Frederick, paver Liberty alley n of Beuren street 
Greeble Benjamin, potter, Britton st ne of Monument 
Greek Frederick, blacksmith, n w cor Saratoga st and Eager 

alley, dw Long alley n of Saratoga street 
Green Henry, blacksmith, Eutaw street n of Pratt 
Green Edward, 230 n Howard street 
Green Jane, grocer, Saratoga street near Park 
Green Samuel, shoemaker, 02 Exeter street 
Green Esther, boarding house, AicElderry's wharf 
Green Richard C cooper, rear of 60 South street 
Green Terrance, carver. 13 Lerew's alley 
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Green Enoch, stone mason, 115 n Eutaw street 
Green Thomas D. coachmaker, Front street s of Low- 
Green Rebecca, Pearl street s of Franklin 
Green Charles C. dry goods & grocery merchant, 120 High st 
Green William, Legrand's row e Baltimore street 
Green mrs Susan, 38 Exeter street 

Green mrs Maria, carpet weaver, Baltimore street e of Spring 
Green George, baker, Pittst w of Front 
Green Armistead, paper hanger, 5 n Gay street, d\v sw cor 

Caroline and Pratt streets 
Green John, silversmith, Mullikin st e of Eden 
Green John, grocer, cor Hillen and Potter streets 
Green Philip, carpenter, Penn avenue n ofBiddle street 
Green George M. carpenter, Amity st n of Lexington 
Green Henry, varnisher, w end of Baltimore street 
Green Thomas, carpenter, 84 Ensor street 
Green Charles, labourer, Richmond st betvv Charles & Howard 
Green John, carpenter, Fayette street e of Eutaw 
Green James, philosophical instrument maker, 72 Baltimore st 
Green Andrew, huckster, Aisquithst u of Monument 
Green Edward, granite stone cutter, Pratt st w of Green 
Green John & Co. lime and feed store, 92 n Howard street 
Green John, 198 n Howard street 
iGreen William, brickmaker, Light street near Austen 
^Green Benjamin, labourer, East street s of Douglass 
iGreen David, labourer, Fayette street w of Pearl 
f Green Ann, Moore alley w of Eutaw street 
tGreen Kitty, Spring st n of Gough 
iGreen John, sawyer, Forest st s of Douglass 
tGreen Edward, labourer, Happy alley n of Lancaster street 
tGreen Charles, labourer, Caroline st n of Wilk 
IGreen Sophia, Argyle alley s of Wilk st 
tGreen Richard, porter, Hill street near Charles 
tGreen Richard labourer, Hamilton st near St. Paul's lane 
iGreen David, carpenter, Half Moon alley, e of East st 
tGreen William, sawyer, Salisbury st 1 doorE of Lloyd 
IGreen Charles, whitewashes Market alley w of Fayette st 
tGreen John, measurer, Welcome alley betvv Sharp and Han- 
tGreen Thomas, barber, 4 Light street [over sts 

|Greenbaum John, pedlar, New street e of Paca 
Greenbaum Jacob, pedlar, Lancaster street w of Market 
Greenfield mrs Sarah, Ross st extended 
Greenfield Amos, cooper, Franklin st e of Green 
Greenfield Ellen, York st near Light [ton place 

Greenway Edward M. n w cor Mount Vernon and Washing- 
Greenwood John, file manufacturer, Lombard st w of Green, 

dw Carpenter alley near Eutaw st 
Greenwood Henry, drayman, 76 s Howard street 
tGreenwood Peter, labourer, Sugar alley near Charles street 
tGreen wood Samuel, porter, Fayette st e of Pine 
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tGreenwood Isaac, Light street near Hamburg 
Greer Isaac, n Calvert street 2 doors s of Mulberry 
Greer mrs. St. Paul st n of Fayette 
Greeves David, grocer, County wharf f. p. 
Gregg mrs. Holliday st near Saratoga 
Gregg Andrew & Co. produce nits. 18 Franklin street 
Gregg Thomas, Franklin st near Cathedral 
Gregg Jane, dress maker, 76 Saratoga st 
Gregory William, plaisterer, Lunn's lane n of Conway st 
Gregory Joseph, watchman. Sugar alley 
Grevey William, blacksmith, 34 Lerew's alley 
Grier miss, dress maker, n Liberty st 2 doors n of Lexington 
Grier Dr. cor Alice Anna and Ann sts 
Griffin Robert B. dry goods mt. 14 Centre Market space 
Griffin Elias T. tobacconist, Pine st n of Mulberry 
Griffin Philip, miller, Penn. avenue extended 
Griffin John, grocery & liquor store, Ross st w of Long alley 
Griffin Bridget, n w cor Mulberry & Cove sts 
Griffin John B. jeweller, 76 Ensor street 
Griffin Robert B. dry goods merchant, 43 Baltimore street 
Griffin Henry, brickmaker, Comb near Busy alley 
Griffin Levi, machinist, York st near Charles 
Griffin Elizabeth, grocer, 8 Mulberry street 
Griffin mrs Mary, 63 Ann street 
Griffin John, shoemaker, Wolf st s of Alice Anna st 
Griffin Thomas, carpenter, Potter st n of Douglass 
tGriffiu Cufty, porter 'Welcome al. betvv Sharp & Howard st 
Gaiffin Leonard, labourer, Montgomery st near Charles 
tGriffin William, labourer, Sugar alley 
Griffith William H. rail road agent, 121 Pratt st 
Griffith R. R. hardware merchant, Baltimore st. dw nE cor 

Franklin & St. Paul street 
Griffith Albert G. paper hanger, Hill st w of Charles 
Griffith Israel, wholesale dry goods merchant, 213 Baltimore 

street cor Sharp 
Griffith G. S. paper hanger, Busy alley 
Griffith Allen, 56 s Sharp street 
Griffith Sarah, Saratoga street near Park 
Griffith Rev. Alfred, dw cor Pearl street and Peach alley 
Griffith Edward, packing case maker, 141 High street 
Griffith Thomas, slater, Baltimore st near and w of Har- run 
Griffith Stephen carpenter, Holland street e of Exeter 
Griffith Ann, seamstress, Pratt st 2 doors e of Caroline 
Griffith David, sea captain, cor Pratt &, Gough sts 
Griffith Jacob, victualler, Mullikin st e of Bond 
Griffith mrs Ann, Saratoga st w of Eutaw 
Griffith James, weaver, Freedom st s of Franklin 
Griffith James, hatter, Baltimore st w of Pearl 
Griffith Thomas W. justice of peace, Fayette st 2d door e of 
Griffith William, York avenue [St. Paul 

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Griffith A. & R. R. hardware merchants, 190* Baltimore st 

Griffith mrs Ann, Aisquith street s of Douglass 

Griffith mrs. H. B. 7 s Eutaw street 

Griffith George, Armistead lane near Light street 

Griggs George, pilot, Gough si e of Caroline 

Griggs William, Bond street s of Gough 

Griliet James, Peace alley e of Lunn's lane 

Grimes rnrs Ann, Shakspeare street \v of Market 

Grimes Charles, hatter, 42 Baltimore st. d\v 133 High street 

Grimes mrs. Howard street extended 

f Grimes Fielding, carter, Park lane w of Pearl street 

Grindall Josiah, carpenter, 26 New Church street 

Grindall Edward, tailor, s Charles street near Hill 

Grinder Mary, taiioress, York st near Charles 

Grist Moses, cabinet maker, Pratt st 4 doors e of Spring 

Groc mrs Ann, 1774 Baltimore street 

Groce &/ Walsh, carpenters, 44 n Green street 

fGroce Benjamin, Peirce street w of Pea/l 

Groce mrs Maria, s Charles street extended 

Groteguth Fredk. piano maker, ne cor Mulberry &, Green sts 

Grooms Edward, plasterer. Sterling st n of Monument 

Grooms William, plaisterer, Mullikin st e of Eden 

tGrooms Emory, Douglass street w of Forest 

tGrooms William, carpenter, Asbury street 

tGrooms N. clothier, L. Hughes st near Light 

Groseguth F. piano maker, 76 n Liberty street 

Gross Lewis, cor Cove & Lexington streets 

Gross John, 31 Hillen street 

Gross Jacob, hardware mei chant, cor Front & Gay sts 

Gross Michael, carpenter, Madison street n of Biddle 

Gross Jacob, 256 n Gay st o. t. 

Gross John I. agent and auctioneer, cor Front and Gay sts 

Gross Lewis sen. cor Low and High streets 

Gross Lewis, jr. confectioner and soda water manufacturer, 

Gay street 2d door e of the bridge 
tGross Abraham, drayman, Necessity alley betw Exeter and 

Front streets 
tGross Benjamin, waiter, Eutaw st s of Conway 
tGross Samuel, gardner, Welcome alley betw Sharp & Hano- 
f Gross Henry , labourer, Cross street near William [over sts 
tGross William, labourer, Welcome alley betw Hanover and 

JGross , sawyer, Peach alley w of Pearl st [Sharp 

Groves Ann, Potter street s of Low 

Grove Sarah, 31 Green street 

Groves Mary, huckster, Harford avenue n oft he Church 

Groverman Anthony and Son, importers of earthen, glass & 

Queensware, 225 Baltimore street 
Groverman Henry, firm Groverman & Son, dw 61 s Sharp st 
Groverman Anthony, firm of do. 83 s Sharp street 
Gruber Rev. Jacob, 135 n Eutaw street 

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Gruber Jacob, locksmith, 105 Camden street 

Grubb George, cedar cooper, German st near Pine 

Grubb John, labourer, East street s of Pitt 

Grubb William, morocco dresser, High street n of Gay 

Grubb Margaret, tavern 9 Franklin steet 

Gruber Jacob, blacksmith, Montgomery st near Charles 

Gruby mrs. Fort road [Saratoga 

Grundy mrs George Carr, Courtland st betvv Lexington and 

Grundy & Co. auctioneers and Com. mts. n\v cor Charles & 

Baltimore streets 
Guerand F. dying & scouring establishment, 27 Harrison st 
Guest Basil shoemaker, cor East st and Half Moon alley 
Guest Samuel, wood corder, Lee st near Hanover 
Guiden mrs. George street e of Pine 
Guildner mrs Hannah. 73 n Liberty street 
Guiley & Emich, stove & sheet iron ware manufacturer, cor 

Water and Light streets 
Guiley Philip, d\v Charles st 3 door s of Montgomery 
Gun by James, sea captain, 15 Philpot street 
Gunley mrs Mary, tailoress, 155 French street 
Gunn mrs. 11 s Charles street 

Gunn Bernard, grocery and liquor store, se cor Lexington &. 
Guy sick Lewis, Cove st n of Franklin [Green sts 

tGuy Samuel, grave digger, Light st near Austen 
Gwinn Charles, mt. 7 Spear's wharf, dw 76 w Pratt street 
jGwinn Charles, Potter street n ofDouglass 
tGwinn William, labourer, Forest st n w of Monument 
Gwynn Wm. proprietor of Baltimore Gazette, 2 St. Paul st 
Gwynn Allen, grocer, 321 Baltimore street 
Guiton Joseph, miner, Holland street w precincts 

HaBBERSETT H. cross keys hotel, 116 n High street 

Habkins Ann, seamstress, cor Wilk and Bond sts 

JHace Samuel, labourer, Eden st n of York 

|Hacket Samuel, 76 s Howard street 

jHacket Charles, drayman, Forest st n of Douglass 

fHacket Philip, brickmr.ker, Sugar alley near Charles st 

Hacket Philip, sawyer, Low street w of Aisquith 

JHacket Hester, Biddle alley w of Ross street 

Hackney Robert, bricklayer, George st w of Penn. avenue 

Hack John, tobacconist, 8 n Howard street, dw Howard st 

near Franklin 
Hack Andrew & Sons, grocers, 34 n Howard st. dw Lexington 

street near Pine 
Hadaway Oakley, ship carpenter, Gough st w of Spring 
Hadley Samuel, sail maker, 8 Philpot street 
HadJey Deborah, tailoress Alice Anna st w of Wolf 
Hadskins Nathaniel, seaman, Bond st s of Lancaster 
Haerner Isaac, coach trimmer, 12 Peace alley 
Hafner Valentine, gardner, Johnson street 

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Hager George,*merchant, Gieenfst s of German, store Howard 

Hager W. J. dw 72 Baltimore street [st n of German 

Hargerty James, shoe store, 22 Centre Market space 

Hagerty James, boot and shoemaker, 9 s Calvert street 

Hagerty Mrs Sarah, Green street s of Franklin 

Hagerty John, tailor, Comet street 

Hagerty Andrew, cooper, Canal st n ofOrleans 

Hagger John W. mathematical instrument maker, 57 South 

street, dw 72 Baltimore street 
Hagner George, tobacconist, Rock st n of Lexington 
Hagner William, carpenter, Baltimore st w of Cove 
Hague William, watchman, Hampstead st n side 
Hagur Paul, labourer, Peirce st w of Biddle 
Hahn, Adolph, n side of Lee street near Light 
Hand mrs Ann, Silver street e of Eden 
Hahn John, merchant tailor, cor Light and Wine streets 
Hahn Henry, painter, 27 Lexington street 
Hahn mrs milliner, 25 Lexington street 
Hahn William, victualler, Mullikin street e of Bond 
Haigh Harriet, Pearl st n of Fayette 
Hams Edward, cedar cooper, Mulberry st e of Pine 
Hains Ann, Edenst s of Orleans 
Hains Martin, carpet weaver, High street 
Haines Daniel, carter, 5 Block street 
Hainey John, pilot, Ann street n ofGough 
|Haley Alexander, seaman, Wilk st e of Caroline 
Halbert John, boot and shoemaker, Water st opposite Lloyd 
Halbert Edward, grocer, n w cor Forest & Douglass sts 
Hales Henry, grocer, cor Howard and Camdtn streets 
Haley William, watchman. William alley 
Halfpenny James, Fayette st w of Pearl 
Halfpenny William, pilot, 54 Ann street, 
Halback Charles, instrument maker, 12 Mercer street 
Hall Edward, tavern keeper, cor Grant and Balderston sts 
Hall Thomas W. merchant, dw n Charles st betw Pleasant & 

Saratoga streets 
Hall Maj. Henry, Lexington street e of Cove 
Hall Nathan, plumber and tinner, 15 Bond street 
Hall Edward, boot and shoemaker, 15 Bond street 
Hall John, ship carpenter, Happy alley n of Lancaster st 
Hall John, draftsman, Park st between Saratoga & Mulberry 
Hall Joseph, Tyson alley 

Hall Dr. Richard W. Lexington st near Courtland 
Hall capt. John, Thames st w of Ann dw Pratt st near Presi- 
Hall Wells R. grocer, 4 Thames st [dent 

Hall Charlotte, Exeter st s of Granby 
Hall Anthony, gardner, Burk st Canton 
Hall John, sailor, 69 M'Elderry's wharf 
Hall Richard H. tobacco inspector, warehouse, 3 corner Light 

ami Conway sts dw 129 Hanover st 

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Hall misses, 20 Hanover st 

Hall Wm. W. attorney at law, Fayette st e of St. Paul dw 

Jefferson row, Conway st 
Hall Henry, grocer, s w corner Pitt and Exeter sts 
Hall Kinsey, victualler, Pitt st 4th doore of Eden 
Hall Daniel, barber, Salisbury alley e of Exeter st 
HaJI capt. constable, Maiden lane 3d door w of Aisquith st 
Hall James, ship carpenter, corner Spring and Water sts 
Hail capt. John, Pratt st 7 doors e of Caroline 
Hall Elias S. cordwainer, Union st w of Ross 
Hall Elizabeth, Union st w of Penn avenue 
Hall Israel, cordwainer, Mulberry st w of Pearl 
Hall Dr. Robert C. Franklin st n e corner Pine 
Hall Daniel, carpenter, 11 Fleet st 
Hall P. collector, 66 French st 
Hall Eliza, corner Bank and Caroline sts 
Hall capt. Joseph, Caroline row, Caroline st 
Hall Richard M. dw 5 Baltimore st 
Hall &. co. dry goods merchants, 195 Baltimore st 
Hall Wm. cedar cooper, 241 Baltimore st 
Hall Ann, seamstress, Caroline st n of York 
Hall Joseph, shoemaker, Eden st s of Bank 
Hall George, lumber measurer, 70 Market st f p 
Hall Andrew, merchant, Market st s of Baltimore 
Hall Adam, labourer, Pratt st extended 
tHall Nathaniel, saddler, s w corner German and Paca &ts 

dw Camden st w of Howard 
tHall Peter, porter, Eutaw st opposite Barre 
I Hall John, drayman, Pearl st s of Mulberry 
i Hall mrs Don Carlos, 18 Salisbury st 
IHall Leah, washer, German st near Cove 
tHall Nicholas, porter, Columbia st between Sharp St Howard 
;Hall Catherine, washer, 33 Lerew's alley 
tHall Edward, drayman, 24 Fayette st 
tHall Arthur, drayman, East st s of Douglass 
Halpon James, grocer, corner Mulberry and Pine sts 
Halt Mary, milliner, 84 Ensor st 

Halt David, prop, circular rail way, near Racecourse, Canton 
Haltz Christian, hatter, 47 n Sharp st 
Haman James, tobacconist, 20 New Church st 
Hambleton Thomas E. firm Gosnell and H. dw Paca street 2 

doors n of Marion 
Hamelin Francis, military hat St cap manufactory, 66 Pratt st 
Hamill James, grocer, n w corner Baltimore and High sts 
flamill Alexander, grocer, n w corner High and Pitt sts 
Hamill Valentine, cooper, Britton st n e of Monument 
Hamilton John, dealer in fish, Park st 1 door s of Richmond 
Hamilton Evan, merchant, s w corner Baltimore and Howard 

sts dw s w corner Eutaw st and Cider alley 
Hamilton Mary, mantua maker, Peace alley e of Lunn's lane 



HAN MatchetVs Baltimore 

Hamilton John A. e Baltimore st opposite Aisquith 

Hamilton George, Water st n side w of Lloyd 

Hamilton James, accountant at Custom house, Biddle st w 

of Penn avenue 
Hamilton Hugh, sand dealer, Baltimore st e of Cove 
Hamilton James, grocer, corner Exeter and French sts 
Hamilton Mary, Tyson st 

Hamilton Andrew, dry goods merchant, 159 Baltimore st 
Hamilton James, grocer, Caroline st s of Wilk 
Hamilton Ann Maria, huckster, 72s Bond st 
Hamilton Thomas, ship wright, 22 Philpot st 
Hamilton John W. dry goods merchant, 74 Market st store, 
Hamilton mr. and mrs. seminary for young ladies, Saratoga 

street near Courtland 
Hamilton James, jr. dry goods merchant, 58 Lexington st 
Hamilton Wm. cotton spinner, Potter st w side 
Hamilton John, Perry st near Charles 
Hammer G. hair dresser and wig maker, 5 n Liberty st 
Hammer mrs. boarding house, Fayette st near St Paul's lane 
tHammer Eliza, seamstress, Short alley 
tHammer Patrick, carpenter, 64 s Howard st 
{Hammer Cooper, labourer, Happy alley n of Alice Anna st 
Hammond miss Eliza, Biddle st 

Hammond Joseph, tin plate worker, 38£ Pratt st near Hanover 
Hammond J. David, baker, Penn avenue s of Biddle st 
Hammond mrs. North st near Pleasant 

Hammond , white washer, Peirce st e of Pine 

Hammond Henry, corner Charles and Centre sts 
Hammond mrs Mary A. Ross st extended [ton place 

Hammond Charles, n e corner Mount Vernon and Washing- 
Hammond Joseph, tinner, Montgomery st near Charles 
Hammond capt. Oliver, 31 Ann st 
tHammond Peter, waiter, Sharp st near Saratoga 
|Hammond Andrew, Spring st n of Gough 
Hamner Rev. James G. 92 Hanover st 
Hampson Joseph, watchmaker, Amity st n of Baltimore 
Hampson Absalom J. grocer, 52 n Liberty st 
Hampton Levi, cordvvainer, Eutaw st n of Franklin 
Hanan John, attorney at law, n w cor St Paul & Fayette sts 
Hance James, boot and shoe maker, 35 South st 
Hancock Absalom, collector, Holland st e of Harford run 
Hancock capt. Robert, s e corner Gough and Pratt sts 
Hancock John, labourer, Silver st e of Eden 
Hancock Wm. labourer, Potter st n of Hillen 
Hand Thomas, Penn avenue near George st 
Hand Alexander, boot and shoemaker, 48 n Eutaw st 
Hand John, painter, Carpenter's alley near Howard st 
Hands Wm. G. accountant, Water st n side w of Lloyd 
Hands Nicholas and son, tinners, 18 v Howard st dw 40 do 
Handy Dr. W. W. and J. T. 49 w Pratt st 

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Handy Hugh, weaver, Pine st \v sides of Franklin 
{Handy Prestman, labourer, Guilford alley near Light st 
JHandy Ishmael, painter, Harford road n of Lumber yard 
tHandy George, carter, Harford road n of Lumber yard 
Haney Charles, firm Crawford and Haney, dw Charles 8t 

near Montgomery 
Haney Henry, tailor, Pearl st s of Fayette 
Haney Daniel, turner, 9 Fleet st, shop Alice Anna st 
Haney Charles, hose maker, Charles st near Montgomery 
Hankey Joseph, drug mill, and log wood chipping, w Falls 

avenue s of Pratt st.; dw Water st e of Exeter 
Hann Jacob, Columbia st 

Hanna Thos. machinist, w Fall's av. betw. Pratt & Water sts 
Hanna mrs Elizabeth, boarding house, 16 s Calvert st 
Hanna James, grocer, corner Bishop's alley and Stiles st 
Hanna mrs Ann, Fleet st w of Market 
Hanson Thomas, merchant, 20 Commerce st dw 45 Pratt st 
Hanson Win. merchant tailor, Low st between High St Front 
Hanson Henry, collector, Jefferson st near Canal 
Hanson Wm. H. Water st opposite Lloyd 
Hanson Ann, washer, Tyson alley 
Hanson George H. shoemaker, Exeter st N of Pitt 
t Hanson James, blacksmith, Welcome alley between Sharp 

and Howard streets 
Hanzsche J. G. book and stationery store, and circulating li- 
brary, Centre Market space next Aid. Arcade 
Hanzsche J. T. printer and bookseller, 32 n Eutaw st corner 

Wagon alley 
{Haraty Perry, labourer, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Harbough Benjamin, 35 Exeter st 
Harbough Jerome, wheelwVight, 35 Exeter st 
Harden Wm. auctioneer for horses and carriages, Swan st 

near Jones's Falls 
Harden Samuel, president of Powhattan manufacturing Co. 

over 197 Baltimore st dw Camden st near Sharp 
Harden Elizabeth, Park lane extended 
Harden Wm. dry goods merchant, 62 Lexington st 
Harden John, labourer, w end Baltimore st 
{Harden Jas. 9 s Calvert st dw Ensor st opp. Catholic church 
{Harden Lucy, Pearl st n of Lexington 
f Harden Matthew, Run alley n of Fayette st 
rHarden Thomas, blacksmith, Jefferson st 7th doorE of Short 
Hardester Hooper & co. sailmakers, over 97 Bowly's wharf 
Hardester Benjamin, firm do dw Pratt st bet. Exeter &. High 
Hardester Charles, commission mt. Pratt st w of Albemarle 
Hardesty C. R. commission merchant, 1 Pratt st wharf, dw 

Pratt st near Albemarle 
Hardesty Henry, 81 h Exeter st 
Hardesty Rollins, draper and tailor, 6 Hanover st dw Sharp 

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Hardesty John, grocer and hack proprietor, corner Jefferson 

and Canal streets 
Hardenten Jacob, segar maker, 10 Hill st 
Hardin Thomas, blacksmith, Ruxton st 
Hardin John, porter, 50 Lerew's alley- 
Harding Ann, shopkeeper, Harford road n of lumber yard 
Harding James, intersection Harford avenue and Ensor st 
Hardisty Henry, Conway st near Sharp 
Hardt John, carpenter, Ross st e of St. Mary 
Hardy mrs Ann, 89 w Pratt st 
Hardy John, tailor, Baltimore st e of Pine 
Hardy William, tavern keeper, 8 Light st 
Hardy Samuel, grocery and liquor store, Balto. st w of Pine 
Hardy Wm. carter, Cove st s of Baltimore 
Hardy Priscilla, Saratoga st w of Cove 
tHardy Rezin, Long alley n of New st 
JHardy Samuel, labourer, Washington square n of Balto. st 
tHardy Abm. waiter, Exeter st n of Pitt 
Hare Jacob, tobacco store, 2 Bazaar, dw corner of Gay and 

Monument sts 
Hare Thomas, labourer, Forest st n of Madison 
Hareg John, locksmith, corner Hill and Hanover sts 
Harford George, cabinet maker, 21 Fleet st 
Hargrove Rev. John, Exeter st s of Baltimore 
Harker Samuel, publisher of Baltimore Republican, 31 s Gay 

st dw High st s of French 
Harker Mary, York avenue 
Harker James, labourer, York avenue 
Harkins mrs. Wagon alley near Howard st 
Harkins Robert, brass founder, 54 s Charles st 
Harkins and Patterson, cordwainers, 52 n Howard st 
Harkins Giles, shoemaker, Stiles st w of Harford run " 
Harkness mrs Jane, boarding house, Freedom st s of Franklin 
Harkin Henry, grocer, Charles st near Lee 
Harlen Samuel, grocer, n w corner Madison & Howard sts 
Harman M. and S. dry goods store, 52 w Pratt st 
Harman Peter, pastor German reformed lutheren church, Con- 
way st near Sharp 
Harman George, shoe store, 54 Pratt st 3 doors e of Hanover 
Harman Samuel, brick maker, 87 s Howard st 
Harman J. M. cigar factory, 4 n Calvert st dw 7 s Sharp st 
Harman George, carpet roller, Granby 1st door w of Har. run 
Harman Daniel, tailor, Canal sts of Baltimore 
Harman Fortney, grocer, s w corner Park and Fayette sts 
Harman Joseph, coach builder, Park street between Saratoga 

and Mulberry 
Harner mrs Mary, Biddle alley w of Ross st 
Harnet James, labourer, s e cor Paca and Franklin sts 
Harney E. Rhodes's female classical school, 45 n Eutaw st 
Harper Thomas, tailor, Paca st s of Fayette 
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Harper Charles G. attorney at law, dw Gay st s of Second" 

Harper Presbury, shoemaker, Baltimore st e of Spring 

Harret Peter, Apple alley s of Alice Anna st 

Harrington Ann, grocery, 68 s Calvert st 

Harrington Otis, grocer, Penn av. n of St. Mary st. dw s w 

corner Pine st and Chesnut alley 
Harrington Samuel, waterman, Henrietta st near Charles 
Harrington Thomas, shoemaker, 99 Ensor st 
Harrington John, waterman, glass house, Johnson st 
Harris Dr. C. A, dentist, 76 Pratt st 
Harris Dr. J. H. 76 Pratt st dw 19 Liberty st 
Harris Jno. W. tailor, Hygeian depository, dw Sharp st 1 door 
Harris Samuel, carpenter, 12 Barnetst [s of Pratt 

Harris James, tailor, Conway st w of Eutaw 
Harris Louisa A. corner Paca and New sis 
Harris Richard, tailor, 7 Gay st o t 
Harris James, boarding house, 159 Baltimore st 
Harris Wm. C. jewelry and fancy store, 98 Baltimore st 
Harris Samuel, Barre st near Sharp 
Harris Wm. Asbury lane 
Harris Henry, waterman, York st near Light 
Harris Bazil, labourer, Hill st near Charles 
Harris capt. Samuel, Montgomery st near Light 
Harris Benjamin, fashionable barber and hair dresser, 5 s 

Howard street 
Harris David, Saratoga st near Park 
Harris Samuel, carpenter, 22 Fayette st 
Harris Leakin, Long lane s of Orleans st 
Harris Dr. Chapin A. dentist, Fayette st 3 doors w of Charles 

dw 76 w Pratt st 
tHarris Samuel, brick maker, Conway st near Cove 
tHarris Cecelia, Run alley s of Lexington st 
tHarris Aaron, labourer, Short st near Jefferson 
tHarris Henry, Salisbury st w of Harford run 
tHarris Rachel, washer, Cross st near Johnson 
tHarris Daniel, bricklayer, Bond st n of Ann 
tHarris Stephen, cook, Short st n of Jefferson 
tHarris Hollis, labourer, Sugar alley 
fHarris mrs. huckster, Johnson st 
tHarris James, sawyer, Crape alley 
tHarris Robert, labourer, Potter st n of Douglass 
Ularris Edward, caulker, Spring st near Gough 
tHarris Richard, seaman, corner Long lane &, Mulliken sts 
tHarris Richard, drayman, corner Grant and Lombard sts 
Harrison Charles, tavern keeper, w Fall's avenue near the 

Draw Bridge 
Harrison Wm. G. corner Baltimore and Exeter sts 
Harrison O. H. Apothecary, n w corner Gay &, Saratoga at* 
Harrison James, gravel alley rear of Calvert st city spring 
Harrison Moses, carpenter/Exeter st u of Pitt 

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Harrison & co. com. mts. corner Charles and German sts dvv 

T. H. Pascault's row, Lexington st 
Harrison Araminta &l Elizabeth, 100 Hanover st 
Harrison mrs Hall, s e corner Baltimore and Exeter sts 
Harrison Joshua K. proprietor Columbian Gardens Hotel, e 

Baltimore street 
Harrison Nathan, Salisbury st between High and Exeter 
Harrison Samuel, carpenter, Biddle st w of Ross 
Harrison Richard, labourer, Union st w of Ross 
Harrison Wm. huckster, Park lane extended 
Harrison Wm. a^ent, 40 Sterling st 
Harrison Levin W. carpenter, Light st n of Montgomery 
Harrison and brothers, dry goods merchants, 173 Baltimore st 
Harrison Luke, seaman, Eden sts of Bank 
Harrison Sabret, chair maker, Eden st n of York 
Harrison Salome, milliner, 4 n High st 
Harrison S. city bailiff, 25 Alice Anna street 
Harrison Thomas, carpenter, Alice Anna st e of Market 
Harrison R. H. dry goods merchant, 55 n Howard street 
Harrison Benjamin, dry goods merchant, 155 Baltimore street 
Harrison James, shoemaker, Bond street, n of Wilk 
Harrison William, blacksmith, Hill street, near Charles 
Harrison Jeremiah W. tailor, 60 n Howard street 
tHarrison Sally, cook, 36 Light street 
tHarrison Nicholas, labourer, Davis street, near Pleasant 
Harrod John J. Book Agent for the Methodist Protestant 
Church, 172* Baltimore street, dw St. Paul street, op- 
posite Fayette 
Harrod Henry, shipping master, 74 Ann street 
Harrygan Andrew, tailor, East street, s of Douglass 
Harson William, carpenter, Long Alley, s of Saratoga street 
Hart Archibald, wholesale dry goods merchant, 209 Baltimore 

street, dw 110 Lombard st 
Hart Samuel grocer, sw cor Gay and Saratoga sts. dw Front 
Hart Archibald, 110 Lombard street [st s of Low 

Hart Peter, labourer, Penn. avenue extended 
Hart Charles John, dryjgoods mt. 57 Lexington street 
Hart James, glass cutter, Orleans st 1 door w of Eden 
Hart mrs Catherine, Biddle street w of Penn avenue 
Hart Asa, carpenter, Gay st w of Aisquith 
Hart Solomon merchant, tailor, 35 Baltimore street 
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Hart Michael, dw Baltimore street opposite Pearl 
Hartge Henry, piano maker, Franklin street near Howard st 
Hart.gan John, cooper, Tripoli's alley » of Second street 
Hartigan Michael, grocery and liquor store, Water st <2 doors 

trom Frederick 
Hartley Levi, Garden st near Madison 
Hartley Susan, Castle alley 
HartlirT John, brickmaker, West st 



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Hartman John, cordwniner, Biddle alloy w of Ross st 

Hartman Samuel, shoe dealer, Mulberry st \v of Pearl 

Hartman Isaac, tailor, 42 n Gay st 

Hartman Samuel, shoe store, 52 Lexington street 

Hartzogg George, 85 s Howard st 

Harvey Elenora, Tripolett's alley 

Harvey J. & Co. nvv cor Pratt and Hanover sts. dw J. H. 55 

Harvey Thomas, saddler, Baltimore st e of Green [Hanover 

HarveyJames, seaman, Alice Anna st w of Washington 

Harvey James, grocery & liquor store, Eutaw ti of Lexington 

Harvey Thomas, barber and shoemaker, Bond st s of Wiik 

Harvey airs Sarah, Potter street n of Necessity alley 

Harvey Archibald, 35 High street 

Harwood .lames, judge of Orphan's Court, dw 36 St Paul st. 

office over the Union Batik 
Harwood John, Eutaw st n of Camden 
Harwood James, grocery and flour store, 119 n Howard st 
Harwood James, 13-4 N Howard street 
Harwood Thomas, shoemaker, McElderrv st e of Aisquith 
Harwood Barbara, Charles st near Montgomery 
Haskell John H. card manufactory, 102 w Pratt st 
Haskius Staughten, fruit store, 35£ e Baltimore street 
tHaskius Dabney, Ruxton street 
Haslam John & Son, shoeing forge, North st betw Bath and 

Pleasant streets 
Haslam Thomas, firm do. dw 1 door s of the forge 
Haslam Samuel, blacksmith, Centre st e of St. Paul 
Haslett James jr. grocer & com. merchant, 50 s Frederick st. 

dw s\v cor Water St Exeter sts 
Haslett Thomas, grocer, n e cor Short and Orleans streets 
Haslup John, blacksmith; Hillen st w of Orleans 
Haslup, Jesse, coachsmith, 21 Harrison st. dw Aisquith st 

opposite Hull's lane 
Haslup Itezin, coachsmith, 12 n Frederick st 
Hassard Thomas, carpenter, St. Paul st n of Lexington, shop 

Franklin st near Cathedral 
Hassellberger, George, victualler, s Charles st extended 
Hasset mrs Ann, n w cor Maiden lane and Aisquith st 
Hasson J no. grocer and com. mt. 80 Pratt street, dw Exeter st 

s of Pratt 
Hasson James, shoemaker, Hollidav sts of Centre 
Haste Philmine, Saratoga st wof Cove 

Hastings Jas. grocery and liquor store,Eutaw st s of Franklin 
Hasvvell miss Rebecca, mantua maker, Holliday st betw Bath 

and Pleasant streets 
Hatch Nathan J. shoe store,20 n Eutaw st. dw Chesnut alley 
Hatch Sarah, milliner, 149 Bond street f E of Pine st 

Hathway John, Lombard street near Eutaw 
Hatton Hagerty, painter & g!azier,Baltinriore st 2d door w of 
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Hatioti mrs Alberia, n w cor Monument & Ensor streets 
Haubert Elizabeth, C. Lombard st near Paca 
Haughey Thomas, collector, cor Pearl and Mulberry sts 
Haughtenbaugh William, hair dresser, 91 Pitt street 
Haunn John, carpenter, Harford road near the lumber yard 
Haunn Christian, carpenter, Harford road near do. 

Hauptman Henry, cordwainer, Pearl st n ol Fayette 
Hauptman John, C harks st near Montgomery 
Haus Cudlip, Penn. avenue extended 
Haus Matthias, labourer, Saratoga st w of Cove 
Hause Peter, Lexington street w of Pine 
Haupt John M. Mulberry street near Eutaw 
Haw Martha, 34 Block st 
+Haw Robert, Spring st s ofGough 
Hawk William, carpenter, Pitt st e of Eden 
Hawkins William, merchant, s Frederick street 
Havvley mrs. Desire, 93 n Eutaw st 

Hawkins John H. W. hatter, Montgomery st near Light 
Hawkins Joseph, gate keeper, Annapolis road, naar Sp. Gar. 
Hawkins Charles, house carpenter, Water st w of Exeter 
Hawkins Enoch, cordwainer, Richmond st near Howard 
Hawkins William, fish dealer, Orleans st w of Aisquitt? 
Hawkins mrs Margaret, shop keeper, 101 Ensor street 
Hawkins Frederick, labourer, Bond st n of Pratt 
Hawkins Samuel, Sugar ailey 
Hawser mrs Barbara, 19 Pitt street 

Hawthorn Hoses, carpenter, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Hay Harriet, Pearl st n of Fayette 

Hay Jesse, labourer, w end of Baltimore street [Charles st 
Hayden Edmund, attorney at law, Lexington street, dw 76 n 
Hayden H. &, Son, dental surgeons, s w cor Charles & Mul- 
Hayden mrs Elizabeth, Penn. avenue n of Biddle st [berry 
Hayes Michael, labourer, Eden st s of Bank 
Hayes DaviJ, 13S n llowa.d street 
Hayes Timothy, labourer, Happy alley n of Fleet street 
Hayward John L. 19 German st 
Hawthorn Robert, spooler, Mulberry st e of Cove 
Hayes John, painter, 22 Fayette st 
Hayes Simeon, constable, 21 Mercer st 
Hayes Robert, tobacconist, Sharp st s of Lexington 
Hays Robert, carver, corner North st and Orange alley; dw 
Hays mrs Martha, 25 High [Lxeter st near Pitt 

Hays William, victualler, Strawberry alley s of Orleans st 
Hays A. washer, Water st e of Exeter 
iHays Alexander, labourer, Wolf st n ofGough 
JHayman Mary, huckster, Caroline s of Water st 
Haynes John, painter, 13 Sterling st 
Hayward John L. ID German street 
Haywood John P. painter, lOMott st 
J Hay wood Richard, huckster, Douglass w of Potter 
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Hazard John, blacksmith, Bank lane n side 
HazeJiprnrs. second hand clothing store, 37 Second st 
Head rnrs. Margaret, Baltimore st vv of Cove 
tHeading Basil, drayman, Potter st n of Douglass 
Headinger Catharine, se corner Hampstead and Caroline sts 
Heald Jacob &, Co., tobacconists, 57 Smith's whi* and 2 

Spear's whf; d\v Baltimore st 2d door w of East 
Heald William, tobacco and snuff manufacturer, 19 Centre 

Market Space; dw Pitt st near Exeter 
Health Commissioners' Office, Citv Hall, Holliday st 
Health Office of the Port of Baltimore, S. B. Martin, physi- 
cian, corner of Wolf and Fell sts 
Healey Ann, huckster, ne corner Bond & Gough sts 
Healey John, 11 Bond street 

Healy Rev pastor of Baptist Church Fell's Poinl; dw 

Baltimore st. between Caroline and Spring 
Hea y Ann, huckster, n e corner Bond and Gough 
Healy John, 11 Bond st 
Heaps mrs Rebecca, Rock st s of Lexington 
Heath U. S. attorney at law, 23 St. Paul st 
Heath J. P. attorney at law, corner of St. Paul & Fayette sts 

dw mv corner German & Green sts 
7 Heath Hester, carpet weaver, Apple allev n of Fleet st 
Heavener John, locksmith &, bell hai-ger,^ Monument st 
Hebb John, pilot, 101 Ann st 
Hebern Samuel, wheelright, 28 Fayette st 
Hebrew William, labourer, Asbiiry lane 
tHebrew Stephen B. dyer & scourer, 24 Lexington st 
Heckrotte William, proprietor of fountain inn 3 corner Charles 

& Camden sts dw 36 Conway st 
Hedmger Daniel, carpenter, Bond st n of Pratt 
Hedrick Thomas, sailmaker, Pratt st s side e of Gough 
Hedrick Richard, superintendent of chimnies, Aisquith st s 

of Hull's lane 
Heffner Edward, plaisterer, Montgomery st near Charles 
Heide Rachel, 163 Baltimore stieet 
Heigh Benjamin M. attorney at law, Masonic Hall, Court 

House lane, dw Mulberry st near Park 
Heigh mrs Jane, 101 Hanover street 
Heilbrun M. watch and clock maker, 7 n Gay street 
Heimerdinger, Charles, shoemaker, Saratoga st near Howard 
Heineken C. A. &, Schumacher, importing merchants, over 

10 s Charles street 
Heiser Henry W. grocer, Howard st s of Franklin, dw Mul- 
berry st s of Pearl 
Helfenstein Rev. Albert, paster of German Reformed Church, 

Second street next the church 
Heller, Samuel, coachmaker, Charles st 1 door from Barre 
Hellick Stephen, domestic goods manufacturer, cor Howard 
and Madison streets 

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Helmling Anthony, pump and block maker, Lee st w of Light 
Helmling John, grocer, s e cor Carpenter alley & Eulavv st 
tHelms Henrietta, cook, Hawk st 
Helm Elizabeth, seamstress, East st e of Douglass 
Helsby Samuel, tailor. Gay st n of Forest 
llemmick Jacob, ladies' shoemaker, 26 n Liberty st 
Hemmick John, cordwainer, Union st vv of Ross 
Hemphill Rachel, tailoress, Water st near Caroline 
tHemsley Joshua, carter, Marion st near Park 
Henck Sarah, dry goods store, 4 n Liberty street 
Heuckel Win. tavern keeper, Wter st bet w. Frederick & Gay 
Henderson Henry, biscuit and cracker biker, s e cor Pratt &. 

Patterson sts. d\v Camden st betw Charles & Hanover 
Henderson John VV. cordwainer, Saratoga st w of Cove 
Henderson Henry, Camden st near the fountain 
Henderson Andrew, High st s of York 
Henderson John, block and pump maker, 33 Fell street 
Henderson James, weaver, Cove sts of Franklin 
Henderson Joseph, painter, Cove st s of Franidin 
Henderson James A. boot and shoemaker, 44 Baltimore st. dw 

Pratt st 6 doors e of President 
Henderson John, pump & block maker, cor Exeter & Stiles 
Henderson David, carpener, cor Orleans stand Strawberrj' al 
Henderson Andrew, labourer, Peirce st w of Chatsworth av. 
Henderson Benjamin, cordwainer, Biddle st w of Penn. 
Henderson Wilji^m, stone cutter, Exeter st n of Fawn 
Henderson John, blockmaker, s ecor Pratt and Commerce sts 
Henderson John, dw s side Stiles st near High 

Henderson , carter, Biddle alley w of Ross street 

Hendricks John, Ensor street n e of East street 
Hendrickson Henry, cabinet maker, Carpenter al near Eutaw 
Henk George Henry, tavern keeper, 2 Light st wharf 
Henkey Joseph, ship broker & coal dealer, n w cor Pratt & 

Gay sts. dw Water st near Exeter 
Hennaman Sarah, Pleasant st near St. Paul 
Hennaman Sarah, boarding house, Cove st n of Fayette 
Hennick George, saddler, Penn. av. n of St Mary street 
Hennicks Alexander, saddler, cor French st and Liberty alley 
Henning Elizabeth, Saratoga st near Park 
Hennings Jeremiah, shoemaker, Bank st w of Spring 
Hennings Elizabeth, Eager alley near Saratoga street 
Hennix George, saddler, Mulberry st w of Chatsworth 
Henovey John, carpenter, Mulberry st e of Cove 
Henry William & Co. auctioneers and com. mts. 26 s Charles 
Henry R. French consul, Albemarle st near Pratt, business 

21 Exchange buildings 
Henry William, dw 61 Green st n of Lexington 
Henry John shoemaker, Monument st e of Sterling 
Henry William, carpenter, Jackson's court e of Ross st 
Henrv Isaac, labourer, Park lane extended 

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tHenry Richard, labourer, Green st s of Pratt 

tHenry Samuel, drayman, Saratoga st e ot'Cove 

THenry Robert, seaman, Happy alley n of Gough st 

Hen6hall Jas. shoemaker, 20* Pratt st & 10 Maryland Arcade 

Henshaw Rev. I. P. K. 15 Sharp street 

JHenson Joseph, drayman, East st s of Douglass 

fHenson Isaac, labourer, East st n of Pitt 

fHenson James, drayman, East st s of Douglass 

Henson Emory, labourer Conway street near Cove 

fHenson William, sawyer, Forest st n of Douglass 

Hepbron mrsA. D. milliner, 76 Hanover street 

Herbert Rosanna, Penn. avenue extended 

Herd John, grocer, cor Hull's lane and Forest street 

Hergisheimer Christian, blacksmith, Castle alley 

Herget John B. cordwainer, Franklin st e of Paca 

Heritage Thomas, carter. 19 Caroline street 

HerJing George, grocer, cor Charles and Hughes st 

Herman Ferdine, grocery and liquor store, Penn. avenue s 

of St. Mary's College 
Hermon Christian, cooper, vv end of Baltimore street 
Hermon mrs. s e cor Saratoga and St. Paul street 
Heron J. & A. dry goods mts. s w cor Baltimore street and 

Market Space 
Herr John, com mt. 91 Bowly's wharf 
Herrald Peter, rigger, Fleet st w of Happy alley 
Herring & Ingram, tobacconist and snuff manufacturers, 17 

Centre Market space 
Herring John Lewis, Salisbury st 3 doors from Exeter 
Herring Levvis,tobacconist, Salisbury st betw High and Exeter 
Herring Lewis, tobacconist, Exeler st s of Stiles 
Herring Benjamin, grocer, cor Gough and Spring sts 
Herring Jacob, watchman, cor Cross and William sts 
Herrs Samuel, cordwainer, Ross st extended 
Hersch Martin, glass blower, Hamburg st near William 
Hess Joseph cooper, German st near Green, dw cor German 

and Green streets 
Hess Samuel, carpenter, Wagon alley near Howard street 
Hiss Conrad, tavern, 8 Thames street 
Hersch Conrad, baker, West street 
Hetsburgh Myer, pedlar, Shakspeare st w of Market 
Hevener Samuel, confectioner, s e cor Eutaw & Mulberry sts 
Heverly Henry, victualler, Light st near West 
Heuisler Joseph, nursery man, Ross st opposite President 
Hewes Joseph, oak cooper, s w cor German & Green sts 
Hewes Simon, blacksmith, Lancaster st e of Argyle alley 
Hewes mrs Rachel, 44 s Eutaw street 
Hewes John G. Green st n of Lombard 
Hewes John, tanner, York avenue 
Hewes John, labourer, Forest st n of Douglass 
Hewes Luke,carter. Britton st n e of Monument 

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Hewcs Jarret, cabinet maker, Canal st s ofGough 
Hewitt James C. printer, 48 n Gay street 
Hewitt miss Ellen, milliner, 48 n Gay street 
Hewitt Sarah, cor Comb and Busy alleys 
Hewitt Elmer, currier, 47 CentreJNIarket space 
Hewitt Mary A. Pearl st s of Mulberry 
Hewitt John H. 44 n Gay street 
Hewitt mrs Sarah, Jefferson street w of Canal 
Hewlett &, Jones, hide and leather dealers, 19 Water street 
Hewlett John Q. dw 33 s Eutaw st. shop Water st w of South 
Hey burn Henry, cordwainer, Cove st n of Franklin 
Heyde George confectioner, 121 Pratt street 
Heachs Christopher, Albemarle st s of Fawn 
Hickley Robert, 68 Saratoga street 
Hickley Robert J. hatter, 42 n Howard st 
Hickley Susannah, cor Cove and Lexington streets 
Hickley Robert, merchant, Franklin st w of Eutaw 
Hickman N. bookbinder and book auctioneer, cor Baltimore 
and Holiday sts. dw Baltimore st betw Lloyd & Exeter 
Hickman Abraham, McElderry st e of Aisquith 
Hickman John, Hillen street w of Ensor 
Hickman Jacob, labourer, Chesnut alley w of Chatsworth st 
Hickman Lawrence, cooper, sw cor. Ensor & Monument sts 
Hicks Reuben, Cooper, George st e of Pine 
Hicks mrs Ann, 40 n Gay street 
Hicks George, grocer, cor Aisquith st and Hull's lane 
Hicks Ann milliner, 31 e Baltimore street 
Hicks mrs Margaret, shopkeeper, Gough st e of Eden st 
Hicks mrs Rebecca, Mulberry st w of Pearl 
Hicks Benjamin, carpenter, Wolfst n of Thames 
tHicks Milly, washer, St Paul st 4 doors from Centre st 
Hicksley William J. carpenter, Gay st w of Aisquith 
Hickson John, hatter, 91 n Howard street 

Hicterf , shoemaker, 89 Bond street 

Heddeman and Willis, grocers, cor Charles and Ruxton 9ts 

Higginbotham William. seaman,Argyle al s of Alice Anna st 

Higginbotham Charles, huckster, Ann st s of Alice Anna 

Higgins Edward, confectioner & fruiterer, 35 w Pratt street 

Higgins William, machinist, 24 Monument street 

Higgins Jacob, 33 Ann street 

Higgins Capt. Asa, Exeter st s of Water 

f Higgins James, labourer, 122 Wolf street 

High James, painter, Park lane extended 

High George, painter, 45 High street 

High Rebecca, n e cor Davis and Bath streets 

High William, painter, Eutaw st n of Conway 

High James, cedar cooper, Schroeder st s of Saratoga 

High Samuel, painter, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 

High David, bricklayer, Biddle alley w cf Ross street 

High Joseph, painter, Peace alley w of Eutaw st 

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JHigh James, carter, Mill street near Pratt 
+ High James, carter, Forest st s of Orleans 
Higham John, lime dealer, Eutavv st n of Lexington 
Highes William, labourer, Monument st w of Ensor 
Hignat John, brickmaker, Columbia st w of Paca 
Hignut R. fisherman. Eutaw st opposite Barre 
Hilberg William, merchant tailor, 4 s Calvert st 
Hilbert Henry, currier, n w cor Fayette 8c Pearl sts 
Hildebrandt Andrew, shoemaker, Hill st near Light 
Hildebrant John, printer, Pearl st s of Fayette 
Hilditch Peter, tavern and boarding house, 26 Bond street 
Hilery Ambrose, barber, 15 Water st n of the Market 
tHileura Lazarus, Douglass st w of Forest 
Hill T. G. dw Front st between Pitt and Low 
Hill Alexander, grocer, s e cor Concord 8c Pratt sts 
Hill mrs Catherine, Biddle st e of Penn. avenue 
Hill Barbara, Cove st n of Saratoga 
Hill Samuel, baker, 9 German street 
Hill Sophia, Asbury lane 

tHill Thomas, carter, Welcome alley betw Howard & Sharp sts 
tHill Charles, drayman, Gay st e of East 
tHill Edward, drayman, Peirce st e of Cove 
tHill Joseph, porter, Union st w of Ross 
tHill Henrietta, washer, East stN of Pitt st 
tHill Robert, seaman, Strawberry alley n of Wilk st 
Hillen John, 54 Pitt street 
Milliard Captain, 8 Ann st 

Hillock Stephen, dry goods mt. 4 Maryland Arcade 
Hillry John H. blacksmith, Eutaw st opposite Barre 
Hilman John, miller, Cove st s of Mulberry 
Hilton William H. taylor, 55 e Baltimore st 
Hime Samuel, Howard near Franklin 
Hindman William, com. mt. 4 Bowly's whf 
Hinderman Isaac, coachsmith, Montgomery st near Light 
Hindes Keziah, boarding house, Pitt st 
Hindes Moses, currier, 10 Water near South; dw corner of 
Hindle James, 9 Monument st [Pleasant &c Courtland 

Hinds John, bricklayer, 78 S Sharp st 
Hinds Conrad, grocer. Rail Road Depot 
Hind? Conrad, cheese merchant, cor Pearl and Peirce sts 
Hinds Samuel, hatter, 1 n Gay st. at the bridge 
Hinds James B. bricklayer, Lombard st near Paca 
Hinds mrs. Pleasant st near Charles 
Hineker Frederick, segar manufacturer, 42 n Frederick 
IHiner Jacob, victualler, Canal st n of Holland 
tHiner Samuel, victualler, Pitt st e of Eden 
Hinkle Conrad, cordwainer, Park lane w of Cove st 
Hinkle Charles, greenhouse hotel, 11 Franklin st 
Hinkley Edward, attorney at law, nw corner Charles & Fay- 
ette sts dw Lexington n side w of Pine 
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Hinsey George, labourer, Park lane w of Cove st 

+Hinson Crissy, huckster, Sugar alley 

tflinson Perry, sawyer, 37 Lerevv's alley 

Hinton William, hack driver, 74 n Howard 

flinton Thomas, saddler, 34 n High st 

Hinlze Doctor, 15 s Gay st 

Hirst James, shoe maker, cor Caroline and Alice Anna sts 

Hirst, John, tavern, 7 M'Clellan st 

Hiselman George, labourer, Penn. avenue extended 

Hisenherdt George, victualler, Penn. ave. n of Biddle st 

Hiser Henry W. grocer, 121 n Howard st 

Hiser Samuel R. carpenter, Green n of Mulberry st 

Hiser mrs Sophia, Biddle st e of Penn ave. 

Hiskey Joseph, cabinet maker, 12 Park st 

Hiskey Joseph, piano forte wareroom, over 106 Baltimore st 

Hison Simon, Welcome alley Lee st 

Hison Joseph, piano maker, 50 n Howard st 

Hiss Jacob, jr. chair factory, 37 s Gay st. dw Exeter st n of 

Hiss mrs. ELzabeth, cor Stiles and Exeter [Baltimore 

Hiss Nicholas, carpenter, Lloyd st 2d door s of Salisbury, 

shop 25 High st 
Hiss Thomas D. cabinet and chair maker, 6 s Calvert st 
Hiss & Austen, cabinet makers, 69 Fayette st 
Hiss Philip, firm of H. & Austen, dw 67 Fayette st 
Hiss Benjamin, currier, Sugar alley 
Hitchcock Joseph, blacksmith, Fleet st w of Apple alley 
Hitchcock Elizabeth, huckster, Forest st s of Orleans 
Hitchcock Nathaniel, stage driver, n w cor Monument & En- 
Hith David, labourer, Happy alley n of Gough st [sor sts 

Hitzelberger John, carpenter, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Hitzelberger mrs. Richmond st near Howard 
Hitzelberger Peter, morocco dresser, 9 Saratoga st 
Hixson J. tavern keeper, 5 Centre Market space 
Hizzey Jane, seamstress, Eager alley near Mulberry st 
Hobbs Ann, boarding house, 18 Pratt st near Charles 
Hobbs Samuel, carpenter, George st w of Penn ave 
Hobbs James, blacksmith, 15 New st 
Hobbs John, tanner, Forest st n of Madison 
Hobbs rnrs. Ann, Albemarle st e side near Plowman 
Hobbs Nicholas, carter, York road near Penitentiary 
Hoddinot Simon, bell hanger, locksmith, fee. 86 Gay st o. t. 
Hodges miss Mary, boarding house, n w cor of Charles and 
Hodges B. M. dw Lexington st near Charles [Conway sts 
f Hodges Maria, washer, Forest st s of Douglass 
Hodges Joseph, ship carpenter, 36 Block st 
Hodgkinson John, chair maker, 32 & 8 Hanover sts 
Hodgton Diton, wheelwright, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Hoey John, watchman at Penitentiary, 1 Monument st 
Hoey John, shoemaker, Jones's falls, above the jail wall 
Hofer Jacob, drover, Madison st extended 

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Hoff John M. n e corner Lexington and Sharp sts 

Hoff John, victualler, Penn avenue opposite Hoffman st 

Hoff Jacob, victualler, Penn avenue s of Preston st 

Hoffman David, attorney at law, 6 Courtland st 

Hoffman John, merchant, 1 s Howard street dw Eutaw at s 

of Lombard 
Hoffman Desire, teacher, French and English, s e corner of 

Paca and New sts 
Hoffman Henry, carpenter, Paca st s of Lombard 
Hoffman Jacob V. leather inspector, Green st n of Conway 
Hoffman Caspar, carpenter, 7 Pine st 
Hoffman Margaret, Cove st n of Saratoga 
Hoffman E. C. tailor, 33 Franklin st 
Hoffman Josiah, bricklayer, Fayette st w of Green 
Hoffman Daniel, Fayette st w of Pine 
Hoffman Charles &, co. provision merchants, 279 Baltimore st 

dw C. H. Lexington st e of Pearl 
Hoffman G. W. sugar refiner, 62 n Eutaw st dw opposite 
Hoffman Henry, labourer, Hill st near Charles 
Hoffman George B. n e corner Cathedral and Franklin sts 
Hoffman D. &, co. grocers, 1 s Howard st 
Hoffman Dr. Rogers, Franklin st near Charles 
Hoffman John L. carpenter, 51 Wagon alley 
Hoffman mrs Mary, 17 Potter st 
Hoffman Jeremiah, Franklin st w of Pearl 
Hoffman Daniel, victualler, York avenue 
Hoffman^Michael, baker, s e corner Lee and Hanover sts 
Hoffman L. cordwainer, Baltimore st w of Green 
Hoffman Peter, n w corner St Paul and Lexington sts 
Hoffman Charles, clothier, 5 n Howard st dw Lexington st 

between Green and Pearl 
Hoffman Samuel Owings, cor Courtland and Lexington sta 
Hoffman mrs Margaret, boarding house, 257 Baltimore st 
Hoffman G. B. &, brother, commisson mts. 6 n Charles st 
Hoffman Frederick, shoemaker, 137 Bond st 
Hoffmans & co. auctioneers and com. mts. 5 n Charles st 
Hoffmans Samuel, firm do dw cor Franklin and Charles sts 
Hoffman John, 23 Hanover st 
Hogan John, distiller, Holiday st n of Bath 
Hogg Charles, carpenter, s e corner North and Pleasant sts 

dw 1 door s of Pleasant 
Hogg James, carpenter, corner Howard and Centre sts 
Hogg Wm. Long alley s^of Ross st 
Hogg James, carpenter, Garden st near Howard 
Hogg John, grocer, 13 Saratoga st 

Hogg James, jr. grocer, s vv corner Baltimore and High sts 
Hoggson Diton, wheelwright, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Holback John C. blacksmith, corner Grant and Water sts 
Holbrook Jacob, shoe store, 55 Harrison st 
Holbrook Elisha, carter, Balderston st near Light 

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Holbrook capt. Joseph, e Baltimore st opposite Aisquith 

Holbrook Patrick, grocer, corner Gay and Forest sts 

Holbrook capt. Edward, 21 Thames st 

Holden Joseph R. morocco dresser, Cove st extended 

Holden Thomas, seaman, Shakspeare st w of Market 

Holden Ann, seamstress, Low st between Potter & Exeter 

Holden Lewis, cedar cooper, 17 Gay st 

Holiday John, cabinet maker, Maiden lane w of Aisquith st 

Holland Wm. inn keeper, Lexington st w of Long alley 

Holland Paul R. carpenter, Caroline st n of York 

Holland John, bricklayer, Aisquith st n of Monument 

Holland James, tailor, Potter sts of Hillen 

Holland Jesse, watchman, Apple alley s of Baltimore st 

Holland Joshua, shoemaker, 40 n Gay st o t 

Holland Wm. cordwainer, Moore alley w of Eutaw st 

Holland John, bricklayer, Gay st e of Forest 

Holland George, victualler, Ensor st n e of Monument 

Holland misses, seminary for young ladies, 18 s Gay st 

Holland Henry, shoemaker, German st near Cove 

Holland Littleton, jeweller, 13 St Paul st 

tHolland mrs. washer, Hull's lane 7 doors w of Aisquith st 

^Holland James, labourer, Happy alley n of Gough st 

Hollet , carter, w end Baltimore st 

Holliday mrs Ruth, milliner, 29 Harrison st 

Holliday Benjamin, drayman, Biddle alley w of Ross st 

tHolliday Harriet, Apple alley s of Baltimore st 

Hollin Wm. cordwainer, Moore alley w of Eutaw st 

Hollingshead capt. Francis, Lee st near Hanover 

Hollingshead mrs Margaret R. boarding house, Fayette street 

next Duncan's church 
Hollingsworth mrs. 70 St Paul st 
Hollins worth Isaac, grocer, n w corner High and Gay streets 

dw 143 High st 
Hollingsworth mrs Elizabeth, Franklin st w of Pearl 
Hollingsworth mrs. Lexington st near Charles 
tHollingsworth, Ann Maria, washer, St Paul st near Hamilton 
Hollins John Smith, Water st 2d door w of the Exchange 
Hollins Wm. Fayette st s side, 3 doors e of Calvert office do 
Hollins Wm. corner Mulberry and Chatsworth sts 
Hollins Maria, Aisquith st n of Holland 
Hollis Charles, agent for New York Religious Advocate, 131 

Baltimore street 
Hollis James, carpenter, Pine st w sides of Mulberry 
tHollis David, labourer, Douglass st e of Forest 
tHollon Mary F teacher, Sharp st bet. Lexington & Saratoga 
Holloway Robert, watchmaker, 115 High st 
Holloway George, Baltimore st w of Pearl 
Holloway Wm. apothecary, 284 Baltimore st 
Holmes Moses, lottery and exchange broker, Light st adjoin- 
ing Beltzhoover's Inn 

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Holmes John, stone quarrier, falls turnpike near the gate 

Holmes Ann, William st near Cross 

Holmes Thomas, carpenter, William st near Cross 

Holmes Richard, grocer, Caroline st n of Fleet 

Holmes James, porter, 68 s Howard st 

Holmes & son, dentists, 13 Lexington st opp. court house 

Holmes Wm. confectioner, 22 Harrison st 

Holmes Lydia, milliner, Front st s of Baltimore 

Holmes Wm. confectioner, s w cor Charles and Lombard sts 

Holmes Thomas, 10 Bank st 

Holmes Richard, tailor, Carpenter's alley 

Holmes Elizabeth, tavern, 1 Park st 

tHolmes Thomas, sawyer,|s Charles st extended 

Holste Peter, teacher of drawing and painting, dw Barnet st 

Holt George H. hatter, 18 Pratt st dw 107 s Sharp st 

Holt Tymer, fancy store, 18 Maryland arcade 

Holt Enoch, carpet weaver, Ensorst s w of Harford avenue 

Holton David, clerk, Paca st s of Fayette 

Hoiton William, superintendent of Alms House 

Holtz Christian, hatter, 47 n Sharp st 

Holtz John, brass founder, 47 n Sharp st 

Holtzman and Hunt, merchant tailors, 135 Baltimore st dw 

Holiday st opposite Medical college 
Holtzman Thomas, tailor, Garden st near Madison 
Holtzman George, carpenter's alley near Paca st 
Honey Susan, Park st between'Saratogaand Mulberry 
Honsaw John, shoemaker, 9 Potter st 
Hood John B. Eden st n of York 
Hoofnagle John, pattern maker, and millwright, corner ot 

William and York streets 
Hoogewerff J. J. consul for the Netherlands, office 44 s Gay 

st dw St Paul st 3 doors n of Pleasant 
Hook Paul, sawyer, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 
Hook Henry, painter, Lexington st w of Liberty, dw Paca st 
Hook John, tailor, Madison st near Howard [s of Franklin 
Hook Joseph, Green st n of Lexington 
Hook Joseph, lumber merchant, Chatsworth st n of George 
Hooker Tobias, white washer, and wall colourer, Low street 

between Exeter and High 
Hoonger Godfreid, labourer, Park lane w of Cove st 
Hooning John, baker, Wilk st w of Spring 
Hooper and Graff's clothing store, 68 Centre market space 
Hooper James, Jr. firm of do dw 75 Bond st 
Hooper, Robert, Conway st w of Charles 
Hooper Thomas, cooper, 27 Concord st 
Hooper capt. John, of Norfolk packet, Caroline st s of Bank 
Hooper and Henderson, ship chandlers, 71 w Pratt st 
Hooper Wm. firm of do dw e Pratt st near green tree pump 
Hooper James, clothier, 4 Bond st 
Hooper Wm. carpenter, Armistead lane 

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Hooper James and sons, grocers, 16 Light st wharf 
Hooper James, firm do dvv Charles st 3 doors s of Barre 
Hooper John P. firm do'dw Charles st 2 doors s of Barre 
Hooper James, jr. firm do dw Barre st bet. Hanover & Sharp 
Hooper Thomas, cooper, Commerce st betw. Pratt and Cable 

dw Caroline st between Pinkney and Pratt 
Hooper Win. firm HardL-ter, Hooper and co. dw Pratt st be- 
tween Exeter and High 
Hooper Win. E. dw s High st near Fawn 
Hooper James, jr. carpenter, Gay st e of Forest 
Hooper James, 75 Bond st 
Hooper Amasa, painter, 1T2 n Gay st o t 
Hooper miss, Penn. avenue extended 
Hooper VVm. E. sailmaker, 104 High st 
Hooper Mar}*, seamstress, Harford road n of the Church 
Hooper Ruth, seamstress, Harford road n of the Church 
Hooper Win, carpenter, do do do 

Hooper Wm. drayman, Caroline st n of Mullikin 
tHooper Sarah, Eutaw st near spring gardens 
f Hooper Adelia, Ruxton st 
Hoover Francis, victualler, Columbia st 
Hoover George, victualler, Columbia st near Cove 
Hope Daniel, brush maker, 1 n Liberty st dw 52 no 
Hope Mount institution, Madison st extended 
Hope Matthias, tobacconist, Chamberlain al. near Eutaw st 
Hopkins Wm. L. corner Calvert and Pratt sts 
Hopkins Jerard J. dry goods mt. IS Centre Market space 
Hopkins Samuel, mt. Bowly's wf. dw St Paul st n of Mulberry 
Hopkins Wesley, tailor, Jew alley n of Dutch 
Hopkins miss Charlotte, corner Pitt and L. Comet sts 
Hopkins Samuel, Biddle st e of Penn avenue 
Hopkins James, corner Exeter and Granby sts 
Hopkins T. W. & G. grocers and Commission merchants, 

corner Pratt st and Light st wharf 
Hopkins Samuel, firm Matthews and Hopkins, dw St Paul st 

e side, 3 doors s of Franklin 
Hopkins Grace R. n w corner Baltimore and East sts 
Hopkins Edward, shoemaker, 11 Thomsen st 
Hopkins Wm. M. dry goods merchant, 101 Baltimore st 
Hopkins James, watchman, Bond st n of Wilk 
Hopkins Bazil B 77 Lombard st 
Hopkins G. T. dvv Barre st near Sharp 
Hopkins Johns, Franklin st near St. Paul's lane 
Hopkins Thomas, pilot, Wolf st n of Thames 
Hopkins Richard, broker, 39 Albemarle st 
Hopkins &. brothets, grocers, 6 Pratt st wharf, dw J. Hopkins 

Franklin st 2d door from St Paul 
tHopkins Hannah, Davis st near Pleasant 
Hopkinson tnrs Mary, Biddle st 
Hoppe Augustus, locksmith, Long alley s of Ross st 

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Hoppe Justus, justice of peace, s vv corner Gay and Water 

sis dvv 18 Hanover st 
Horn John, victualler, Eutaw st n of Pratt 
Horn Thomas, bricklayer, 1 Comet tt 
Horn John, carpenter, Canal st n of Holland 
Horn Benjamin, tanner, Penh avenue extended 
Horn Jacob, dry goods merchant, 59 n Howard st 
Horn mrs Mary, Ross st e of Paca 
Horn Absalom, seaman, Argyle alley n of Lancaster st 
Horn Henry, watchman, Schrocder st s of Saratoga 
Horner Abel, York st w of Light, dw cor Light &. Hughes sts 
Horner Samuel, ship carpenter, 21 Block st 
Horney Edward, shoe store, 18 Bazaar, dw Water st 1 door 

w of Apple alley 
{Horney Julian, Run alley s of Lexington st 
fHorsoy Samuel, labourer, Guilford alley near Light st 
Horsman Charles, ship joiner, Bank st e of Market 
Horstman Henrich, grocer, 57 Harrison st 
Horton Wm, cordvvainer, Jew alley n of Dutch 
Horton Jsaiah, stage proprietor, Hanover st near Lee 
Horton James, 59 Pitt st 
Horton John S. engraver, 153 Baltimore st 
Hortz John, shoemaker, 70 Bond st 
Horwitz Dr. n e corner Eutaw and Saratoga sts 
Hose First Baltimore, house, 7 M'Clellan's st 
Hoskins rev. J. H. vice president St Mary's college 
Hotchkiss J. P. firm Farrington & Hotchkiss, dw Eutaw house 
Hotmire Henry, victualler, cor Penn. avenue and Hoffman st 
Houch John, carpenter, Wilk st e of President 
Houck Jacob, laboratory, & botanic panacea, 121 Baltimore st 
Hough, Turner & co. grocers, 1 Pratt st wharf 
Hough Robert, 65 Lombard st 

Hough Jefferson, clock and watch maker, 26* Pratt st near 
Houlton mrs. Hampstead st [Charles 

Houp Joseph, cigar maker, Columbia st bet Howard &, Eutaw 
House &, Woollen, lumber merchants, 28 Light st wharf 
House Samuel, and sons, lumber and coal merchants, corner 

Light and Barre sts 
House Samuel, firm do dw cor. Camden st and Beaford alley 
House Wm. A. firm do dw Camden st adjoining city spring 
House Jesse, carpenter, Douglass at 1 door w of Aisquith 
House Wm. chairmaker, Gough st e of Caroline 
Housten James F. Paca st s of Columbia 
Hover Jacob, drover, Madison st extended 
Hovington miss Mary, dry goods store, 24 Maryland Arcade 
How Martha, 34 Block st 
+How Win. labourer, Spring st s of Wilk 
Howard James, president Franklin Bank of Baltimore, dw 

Frederick st between Baltimore and Second 
Howard Benjamin C. Calvert st n of Eager 

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HUB MatcheWs Baltimore 

Howard mrs Dr. Charles st 2 doors s of Centre 

Howard John P. merchant tailor, n e cor Liberty and German 

sts. dw German st n of Lombard 
Howard Engine house, ZHl alley s of Mulberry st 
Howard Cornelius, ship joiner, Gough st s of Pratt 
Howard Thomas, grocer, cor Exeter and Hillen streets 
Howard Thomas, cordwaiher, 9 Union street 
Howard Thomas Eager, Franklin st near Charles 
Howard Thomas, grocer, VIO Exeter street 
Howard Sarah, Park lane e of Pine street 
Howard Thomas J. bricklayer, s e cor Eutavvand German sts 
Howard James, carter, Spring st s of Wilk 
tHoward Samuel, drayman, Mechanics' alley s side 
tHoward Mary J. Baltimore st w of Cove 
tHoward Joshua, Ha If Moon alley, e of East street 
tHoward Carlos, gardner Peirce st e of Cove 
|Howard Delilah, Biddle alley w of Ross street 
^Howard Nicholas, labourer, Potter st s of Low 
tHoward James, hackman, Low st between High and Front 
tHoward Francis, Run alley n of Lexington st 
tHoward Rachel, huckster, Market alley n of Fayette st 
tHoward Catherine, Brewhouse alley n of Camden street 
tHoward James, hack driver, Centre street near Charles 
tHoward Chloe, Davis st near Pleasant 
Howell William and Sons, shipping mts. 48 s Gay street, dw 

J-B. 11. 77 s Sharp street 
Howell Abigal, teacher. East st n of Douglass 
Howland Daniel, 22 n Frederick street 
Howser Jacob, victualler, Light st near West 
Hubbard John, blacksmith, Howard st near Franklin 
Hubbard rnrs. Francis, s w cor Bath and Davis sts 
Hubbard George, Lerew alley 

Hubbard John, shoe-maker, Holland st e of Aisquith 
Hubbard & Mooney, drapers and tailors, 249 Baltimore st 
Hubbard James, grocer, cor Orleans and Eden sts 
Hubbard William, blacksmith, 16 Bond st 
Hubbard William, grocer, 59 n Gay st o. t. 
Hubbard Thomas S. tailor, Franklin st near Lerew's alley 
Hubbard Edward, labourer, Wilk st w of Washington 
Hubbard Samuel, carver, Washington st w of Fleet 
Hubbard Peter, carpenter, Saratoga st w of Cove 
Hubbard mrs. Susan, Spring st s of Pratt 
Hubbard John, shoe maker, 17 Mott st 
Hubbard Hugh, shoe maker, corner Star alley and Fleet st 
Hubbard James, ship carpenter, 75 Fleet st 
Hubbard Daniel, fish dealer, York avenue 
+Hubbard Charles, labourer, Potter st n of Douglass 
Hubhcdl Rev. Samuel, teacher, 76 s Sharp st 
Hubbell Ebenezer, brass founder, corner Liberty st and Cow- 
pen alley; dw 75 n liberty st 
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Hubbell Josiah, 53 s sharp st 

Hubbey Joseph, stone mason, Park lane w of Pine st 

Hobbrick John, shoe maker, Low st bet Potter and Exeter 

Hubener C F. watch maker, 26 s Howard st 

Huber Henry, liquor store, w end of Baltimore st 

Hubley Mrs. boarding house, 16 s Gay st 

Hubner C. F. watch maker, Franklin st e of Paca 

Huck Richard, labourer, East st n of Douglass 

Hudgeon Joseph, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 

Hudgin James, blacksmith, 14 Lombard st 

Hudson Ann Sc Ma r y Cohen, boarding house, 42 n Gay st 

Hudson Miss, 50 n Charles st 

Hudson John, merchant, s w cor Bond and Fleet sts 

Hudson William, warden of jail, dw. do. 

Hudson Levi, Spring st near Gough 

Hudson James, blacksmith, Sharp st near Busy alley 

Hudson William, seaman, Ann st n of Lancaster 

tHudson William, caulker, Wolf st s of Fleet 

"f Huffington Benjamin, grocer, corner Charles and Lombard 

Hugg mrs Mary, seamstress, Aisquith st s of Orleans 

Hugg Robert, carpenter, Laudenslager's hill n side 

Hugg Benjamin F. copperplate printer, Howard near Cathe- 

Hugg John, sea captain, 22 Fleet st [dral st 

Hugget John, tavern and boarding house, 11 Thames st 

Hughes Joseph, clock and watch maker, 66 Centre Market 

Hughes Granville, tailor, 74 Pitt st [Space 

Hughes George A. ne corner Charles and Hamilton sts 

Hughes Aquilla, grocery and liquor store, s w corner Eutaw 

and Saratoga sts [Forest 

Hughes Michael, sexton of St. John's church, Hillen st w of 
Hughes Philip, brush maker, Saratoga st vv of Cove 
Hughes Patrick, grocer, s e corner Pratt and Spring sts 
Hughes mrs Mary G. boarding house, Stiles st w of Albemarle 
Hughes Edward, lottery commissioner, Franklin w of Pearl 
Hughes Patrick, carter, corner of Monument and Forest sts 
Hughes Mrs shoe store, 61 Baltimore st 
Hughes A. D. watch maker and jeweller, 66i Baltimore st 
Hughes William, fisher, John st extended 
Hughes Felix, labourer, 15 Mulberry st 
Hughes Dr. Charles, Exeter st n of Water 
Hughes HCT groce?, 4 Dugan's whf 
tHughes James, North st near Saratoga 
Hughey James, labourer, Pratt st w of Cove 
Hugo Samuel B. keeper Franklin Inn, cor High 6l Hillen sts 
Hull Robert, merchant, Calvert st bet Lexington & Saratoga 
Hull Grace, boarding house, Wilk e of Caroline st 
Hull Thomas J. clerk in recorder's office, Low st near High 
Hull Nathaniel, engineer, 154 n Gay st 
Hulls John, oil, paint and glass store, 29 n Gay st o t 
Hulse Henry, cooper, Lee st between Light and Charles 

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HUT MatcheWs Baltimore 

Hulse John, dyer, n w corner Saratoga and Holiday sts 

Ilultz mrs. Orleans st e of Aisquith 

Hultz Catherine, 115 Aisquith st 

Humane Impartial Society, no. 8 South st 

Humes Thomas, liquor mt. corner High and Hillen sts 

Humphreys Elizabeth Jane, grocer, nw corner Apple alley 

and Lancaster st 
Humpheys Thomas, silversmith, cor Howard and Barre sts 
Humphreys Matthias, shoe maker, Saratoga st near Park 
Humphreys Francis, baker, Aisquith st s of Jefferson 
Hune II C painter, 75 French st 

Hungerford mrs Sophia, s e corner Charles and Franklin sts 
Hunt Samuel & Co. drapers and tailors, 14 s Calvert St.; dvv 
Hunt Robert, carpenter, Water st. e of Bond [Lovely lane 
Hunt John W. ladies' shoe maker, Eden st n of Mullikin 
Hunt German, engineer, Johnson st 
Hunt Andrew, wheelwright. Hill st near Hanover 
Hunt & Walsh, saddle and harness makers, 127 Baltimore st 
Hunt Jesse, dvv Fayette st w of Charles 
Hunt John N. tailor, Paca st s of Elbow lane, store 135 Bait. 
Hunter Andrew, shoe maker, 6 Monument st 
Hunter James, stone cutter, Biddle st w of Ross 
Hunter Robert, wearer, Mulberry st e of Cove 
Hun.er mrs Ann, Whitworth Row e of Ross st 
Hunter David, sea captain, n w cor Alice Anna st and Straw- 
Hunter Rebecca, Charles st near Hill [berry alley 
Hunter John, carpenter, Aisquith st n of Holland 
Hunter Elizabeth, 79 Wagon alley 
Hupfield & Schroeter, importers of German and fancy goods, 

7 s Liberty st [Market space 

Huppman Valentine, saddle and harness maker, 23 Centre 
Huppman George; piano forte maker, 20 Light st 
Huppman Mr. cigar maker, Saratoga st w of Schroeder 
Huppman Nicholas, 24 Park st 

Hurdle James, bricklayer, Pratt st 2d door e of Spring 
Hurdle Robert, shoe maker, Bank lane n side 
Hurley John, jr shoe maker, Canal st s of M'Elderry 
{Hurmay Harriet, Long alley s of New st 
Hurst Elijah, victualler, Hillen st w of Ensor 
Hurst Leonard C. dry goods merchant, 25i n Howard st 
Hurst mrs Sydney, Potter st s of French 
Hurtt William, bricklayer, Lexington st e of Green 
Hush Henry, cooper, Howard near Franklin; shop 134 do. 
Hurstmau Henry, grocer, 57 Harrison st 
Hurt Henry, tailor. Eden st n of Holland 
Hussey Asahel of Geo. currier, 51 Centre Market space 
Hussey's Hotel, n w corner of Baltimore and Eutaw sts 
Huster John William Gotleip, victualler, Columbia st near 
Huster Andrew, victualler, Columbia st near Cove [Cove 

jHutson Joseph, seaman, Happy alley n of Alice Anna st 

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Hutchins Francis, Hanover st near Hill 

Hutchins Benjamin, grocer, 112 High st 

Hutchins Charles, cigar maker, Water st w of Market space 

Hutchins E. & Co. chemists, over 110 Baltimore st 

Hutchins captain Samuel, 37 Grant st 

Hutchins Mary, Potter st n of Pitt 

•fHutching Joseph, white washer, 29 Lerew's alley 

tHutchins James, labourer, Ensor st n e of Monument 

JHutchins Rachel, Cove st sof Saratoga 

Hutchins Sandy, Douglass st w of Forest 

Hutchinson John, grocer, n w cor Albemarle and Water sts 

Hutchinson Benjamin, shoe maker, 33i Market st 

t Hutchinson J C hatter, Forest st n of Gay 

Hutson Michael, grocer, 66 Franklin st 

Hutton Robert, grocer, 24 Baltimore st 

Hutton Elijah, bricklayer, Aisquith st n of Pitt 
Hutton Thomas, huckster, Cross st near William 
Hutton James, merchant, North st s of Lexington 
Hutton William, bricklayer, Cove street s of Baltimore 
Huxford Henry, japanner, 322 Baltimore street 
Huyghe mrs Ann, Happy alley n of Gough street 
Huzza John, keeper in Penitentiary, Orleans st w of Aisquith 
Hyam Abraham, paper hanger, Camden st e of Paca 
Hyde Samuel G.soap and candle factory, 21 Saratoga st. dw 
Hyde Nathaniel, 131 High st [Pleasant st near St. Paul 

Hyde Francis, soap and candle manufactory, Holiday st n 

of Saratoga, dw cor Hollidaj' and Pleasant sts 
Hyde Joseph, pattern maker, German st near Cove 
Hyde Nathaniel, packing case maker, Davis st s of Pleasant 

dw 131 High street 
Hyde John, machine maker, William st near Cross 
Hyde Oliver, chandler, 27 Pearl street 
Hyde William, clerk, Lombard street near Charles 
Hyland Stephen, carpenter, East st n of Pitt 
Hymes Rosanna, Barre st near Hanover 
Hynson John R. dry goods merchant, 215£ Baltimore st. dw 
Hynson Mary, nurse, Eden st s of Bank [100 Park st 

Hynson Nathaniel K. clerk, 28 n Frederick street 
Hynson John, clerk, 100 Park steeet 
JHynson James, waiter, 30 n Frederick street 
fHynson John blacksmith, Montgomery st near Charles 
Hyser John, shoemaker, Charles st 1 door s of Conway 

IBBETSON MrsE. fringe manufacturer, 1 South st 
Ibbetson N. N. teacher of Infant and high school, in rear of 

Calvert st city spring, dw 1 South street 
Ickler Christian F. cooper, Baltimore st w of Pearl 
Iglehart John H. dry goods merchant, 177^ Baltimore st. dw 

54 s Sharp street 
Ijams John, carpenter, 3 Comet street 
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J AC MatcheWs Baltimore 

1' Anson &. Littig, grocers, cor High am I Gay.s.s 

Impson Robert, glasshouse, Johnson street 

Indereider Bernard, shoemaker, 3 FishMarkol 

Inemer Peter, collector, St. Paul st neai Hamilton 

Infirmary, Lombard street near Green 

Ing Edward, Pleasant street near Nortr 

Inglis miss Susan, Holliday st near Orange alley 

Ingram Charles.tobacconist, 78 Pratt st. ilwnntj };:oce r y store, 

n e cor Pitt & Eden sts 
Ingram William, tailor, Caroline st n ol Guugh 
Ingraham John, seaman, Wolf st n of'Thames 
Inloes Joshua, merchant, Courtland st near Saratoga 
Inloes William, ship joiner, Alice Ann* st e of Ann 
Inloes J. S. and Co. dry goods mts. 17H Ba limore street dw 

Courtland street n ol Saratoga 
Inloes Jane, Park lane w of Cove street 
Innes John, ostler, Lerew's alley 

Innes Allen L. shoe store, 25 e Baltimore st. dw Maiden lane 
Insolvents' Com. (Lewis Eichelberger, Eb. L. Finley, and 

Francis H. Davidge,) office (during the rebuilding of 

Courthouse,) cor Fayette & Calvert streets [prest. 
Insurance General Co. of Maryd 12 Second st. R. Johnson 
Insurance New York Life and Trust Co. Francis H. Smith 

agent, 12 South street 
Irelan David, cordwainer, Mulberry st w of Pearl 
f Ireland Jesse, shoemaker, Douglass st w of Forest 
Irons Robert, shoemaker, French st. opposite High 
Irvine Elizabeth, tavern keeper, 80 McElderry's wharf 
Irvine Jacob, hatter, Green st n of Conway 
Irvine Samuel, merchant, Penn avenue extended 
Irvine Robert, weaver, George st w of Penn avenue 
lrvin James, stage driver, Ross st e of Paca 
Irwin Thomas jr. 99 Hanover street 
Isaac William, hatter, 3 Pine street 
Isaacs Jonathan, carpenter, Baltimore st near Cove s side 
tlsaacs Maria, Low st e of Aisquith 
Jsherwood Henry, artist, Potter st n of Low 
+ Island H. washer, 21(? n Howard street 
Jlsles John, labourer, French st n of Front 
Ismael George, shoemaker, cor Front and Low streets 
Israel Fielder, conveyancer, nw cor St. Paul &, Fayette sts. 

dw Green st w side betw Franklin and Mulberry 
Israel Adam, wall colourer, Madison st n of Biddle 
Israel Jacob, grocer, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Israel mrs Ann. George st e of Pine 
Israel Elizabeth, clothing store, Lombard st near Light 
Ives William M. firm of Odell & Ives, dw North st near Bath 
Ives James, constable, 19 Water st w of the Market 

tJACK JOHN, barber, Chesnut alley w of Pearl st 
Jackson Charles, dentist, 6' n Frederick street 

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Jackson George, carpenter, Long alley s of Saratoga st 
Jackson Stephen M. merchant, ne cor German & Green sts 
Jackson Samuel, Baltimore st w of Caroline 
Jackson mrs Mary, Pierce st e of Chatsworth 
Jackson Aaron, liquor store, Saratogo st e of Shroeder 
Jackson Alexander I. W. printer & Capt. of Night watch, dw 
Jackson Wm. shoemaker, 177 French street [88 Sterling st. 
Jackson Jonathan, constable, Caroline st s of York 
Jackson William, grocer, cor Orleans &, Eden sts 
Jackson miss S. Conway st w of Sharp 
Jackson James, shoemaker, Front st s of Low 
Jackson Elizabeth, upholsterer, High st n of Water 
Jackson Jacob, ship carpenter, Happy alley n of Wilk st 
Uackson Eliza, washer, Bounty alley n of Caroline st 
tJackson John, carter, cor Ann and Bank sts 
tJackson Willis, cordwainer, Hamilton st near St. Paul 
Uackson Elijah, Wagon alley n of Liberty street 
tJackson Daniel, miller, Ensor st near Monument 
rJackson James, caulker, Alice Anna st w of'Wolf 
tJackson Julia A. Moore alley w of Eutaw street 
tJackson Isaac, ship carpenter, Happy a!, n of Alice Anna st 
tJackson William, labourer, Sarah Ann st w of Chatsworth 
tJackson Nathai:, labourer, Eden sts of Baltimore 
+Jackson Wesley, labourer, Biddle alley w of Ross st 
tJackson Thomas, labourer, Montgomery st near Charles 
Uackson Shadrach, sawyer, Douglass st w of Forest 
JJackson R. brickmaker, Commons n of Spring Gardens 
Jacob Samuel, grocer, 3 Baltimore street 
Jacob Jane, 15 Market street 
Jacob George, watchmaker, 58 n Howard street 
Jacobs Robert T. 77 n Liberty street 
Jacobs John F. labourer, Hill st near Hanover 
tJacobs Nathan, labourer, Pine st n of Mulberry 
tJacobs Elias, painter and glazier, Mulberry st n of Park 
Jacobson Henry G. Spanish consul, 202 Baltimore st dw 74 

s Sharp street 
Jacques Lewis, bookkeeper, cor Aisquith and Comet streets 
Jail Baltimore County, n e cor Madison & Beuren sts 
Jakes William, general agent, Mott street e side 
tJakes Frederick, 11 s Calvert st, dw Park st betw Richmond 

and Madison streets 
Jamart Michael, proprietor of Exchange CofFee house, 40 

Water street w of Gay 
James Samuel, clerk, cor Centre & Fish Market space 
James Amos, 79s Eutaw street 
James John, tin manufacturer, 62 South street 
James Levi, sen. and jr. boat builders, near cor Washington 

and Fountain streets 
James St. 1st African Protestant Episcopal church &i school, 

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James mrs Mary, boarding house, 9 s Calvert street 

James mrs Charity, tailoress, East street n of Pitt 

James Basil, grocer, s w cor Paca and Mulberry streets 

James Joseph, plaisterer, Maiden lane 

James, Eliza, dress maker, 53 Albemarle street 

James mrs Sarah, Granby st 2 doors w of Exeter 

James John, 150 n Gay street o. t. 

James George, 142 Forest street ... ,* 

James Daniel, sailmaker, Canal st n of McEIderry 

James Daniel, tavern & boarding house, 27 Bond st 

James Abraham, seaman, Eden street s of Gough 

tJames Samuel, labourer, Peirce st w of Pearl 

tJames Elijah, sawyer, Happy alley n of Lancaster street 

tJames Samuel, sawyer, Moore alley n of Eutaw st 

} James Eli, labourer, Caroline st s of Gough 

tJames Richard, caulker, Wolf st s of Fleet 

Jameson Archibald, weaver, Preston st w of Ross 

Jameson H. G. & Co. chemists and druggists, 74 Baltimore st 

Jameson Dr Horatio G. Lexington street near Park 

Jamison Jno. cooper, 95 Smith's whf. dw Pratt st e of Gough 

Jamison Joseph, president of the Ball. Gunpowder Co. 4U n 

Frederick street ;,...• L 

Jamison C. C. commission agent, 25 s Gay st. dw Courtland 

street s of Franklin 
tJanes Robert, labourer, Canal street n of Holland 
Janney, Hopkins, and Hull, importers of dry goods, 214 

Baltimore street 
January Daniel, labourer, Penn avenue extended 
Janvier Thomas, commission mt, 87 Smith's wharf, see adver. 
Janvier Felix, lime merchant, French st opposite Potter 
Janvier Peregrine, 1st teller in U. S. Bank, dw corner Gough 
Jarrett John, French st [and Pratt sts 

Jarrett Asbury, dry goods merchant, 20 Centre Market space 
Jarrett Samuel, Pearl st w of Fayette 
Jarvis C. hair cutter, 20£ Baltimore st 
Jarvis & Thomson, dry goods merchants, 193 Baltimore st 
Jarvis Leonard, firm dodw Charles stESide between Lexing- 
ton and Saratoga 
Jarvis Joseph, flour merchant, Franklin st n of Howard 
Jarvis Amos, carter, Charles stnear Hill 
tJarvis Harriet, Peach alley w of Chatsworth st 
| Jarvis David, Harford road n of the Church 
Jason John, rigger, Market st s of Thames 
Jay Thomas W. clerk, 125 s Sharp st 
Jay Stephen, carpenter, Eden st n of Gough 
Jay Joseph W. agent and collector, Camden stnear Sharp 
Jefferis W. Y. dry goods store, 6 Harrison st dw Water st n 

side near Exeter 
Jefferis Elizabeth, baker, Fawn st e of President 
Jeffers Mary, huckster, York st near Light 
Jeffers Jas. H. bailiff& police officer, President st s of Stiles 

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JJefferson Thomas, carpenter, Hull's lane n side e of Forest st 
\ Jefferson Simon J. barber, Light st near York 
tJefferson Philip, labourer, s Eutaw st n of New 
tJefFerson Isaac, carter, High st s of Pratt 
tJefferson Thomas, boot black, Sharp st near Lexington 
tJefferson Philip, Eutaw st n of New 
t Jeffrey Ann, Exeter st s of French 
JencksT. R. classical school, Charles st n of Saratoga 
Jenkins Thomas C. jr. firm'Adam Poland & co. hide and lea- 
ther dealers, 13 Water st dw 2 Waterloo row 
Jenkins Win. & sons, hide and leather dealers, 4 e Water st 
Jenkins Edward jr. firm do dw 4 Water st 
Jenkins Lewis A. commission merchant, se corner Commerce 

and Water sts dw Reisterstown road 
Jenkins Hugh, flour merchant, lower end Commerce st dw 

corner Holliday st and Orange alley 
Jenkins Robert, ladies' shoemaker. 4 s Gay st 
Jenkins Felix, saddle, harness and trunk maker, 10 South st 
Jenkins Edw. saddler & harness maker, 48 South st dw 60 
Jenkins Thomas, currier, Waterloo row, 1 Calvert st 
Jenkins James, Custom House officer, dw Lovely lane near 

Calvert street 
Jenkins Anthony H. cabinet maker, 18 Light st 
Jenkins Lewis Win. attorney at law, Fayette st 2 doors w of 

St Paul, dw 47 s Charles st 
Jenkins McCourtney, attorney at law, dw 47 s Charles st 
Jenkins Frederick, dw Barnetst 
Jenkins Sarah, 52 Pearl st 
Jenkins Lewis, Chatsworth st extended 
Jenkins Joseph, painter and glazier, Baltimore st betw. Canal 
Jenkins Henry, hatter, cor Pitt and Potter sts [& Eden 

Jenkins Steigers, grocer, Gay st e of the bridge 
Jenkins Thomas, clerk, Ross st extended 
Jenkins E milliner, Mott st e side 
Jenkins Wm. & son, tanners and curriers, yard York avenue 

at 1st mile stone, store Water st near Cheapside 
Jenkins mrs Walter, 21 German st 

Jenkins Edward and son, saddlery store, 148 Baltimore st 
Jenkins James, tobacconist, 25 Market st 
Jenkins Ann, Conway st near Eutaw 
Jenkins Thomas, chair maker, Exeter st n of Baltimore 
Jenkins capt. B. J. 52 Exeter st 
tJenkins Margaret, Salisbur> st n side w of Harford run 

tJenkins , Hoffman st w of Ross 

tJenkins Samuel, stevadore, Alice Anna st w of Wolf 
tJenkins Joshua, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Fleet st 
Jenks Eliza, seamstress, Maiden lane 4 doors w of Aisquith st 
Jenney Charles, seaman, Thames st e of Block 
Jennings Michael, tavern keeper, 15 Fish Market 
Jennings Michael, huckster, Harford road n of the Church 

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Jennings Drs. & Owings, s w corner St. Paul & Saratoga sts 

Jennings John, seaman, 34 Bond st 

Jennings Rachel, Pearl st n of Mulberry 

Jennings Samuel, grocer, Fayette st near Gay 

Jennings Joshua, wagoner, s side Baltimore st 

Jennings Robert, shoemaker, Fleet st e of Bond 

Jennings Thomas, printer, 124* n Eutaw st 

Jennings mrs. huckster, French st n of Front 

JJennings Thomas, Eutaw sts of Conway 

X Jennings Thomas, shoemaker, Jefferson st 5th door e of Ais- 

f Jennings Thomas, labourer, Biddle st w of Penn av. [quith 

Jewell George, carpenter, 5 Sterling st 

Jewrey George, ship carpenter, Guilford alley near Charles st 

Jewitt Joseph, bookseller, Balto. st dw Fayette st e of Cove 

Jiles Jane, 3 Lerew's alley 

Jinks Jane, Aisquith st s of Douglass 

Jinnet mrs Discra, confectioner, e Baltimore st w of Har. run 

Johannes John M. silversmith, Constitution st n of French 

Johns rev. Dr. J. rector of Christ Church, Baltimore st 7 doors 

Johns Sarah, Bank st w of Caroline [e of Exeter 

Johns Hosea, Fayette st e of Pearl 

Johns capt. Richard H. n w corner Ann and Alice Anna sts 

Johns Kinsey, owner rope walk, liar, road at 1st mile stone 

Johns Hosea, house painter, Hamilton st near St. Paul's lane, 

shop corner Franklin and Courtland sts 
JJohns Moses, 30 n Frederick st 

JJohns Moses, oyster and ice cream man, 99 s Sharp st 
JJohns Francis, porter, corner Eutaw and Conway sts 
Johnson Thomas D. 18 s Howard st 
Johnson John Edward, apothecary and druggist, s w corner 

Pratt and Howard sts 
Johnson mrs. washer, Mulberry st near Howard 
Johnson Samuel, millstone maker, 11 Waterloo row Calvert st 
Johnson mrs Margaret, Argyle allej' s of Fleet st 
Johnson Reverdy, attorney at law, cor Calvert & Fayette sts 
Johnson Eliphalet, paper warehouse, 47 s Charles st 
Johnson Jacob, rigger, Thames st e of Market 
Johnson Jerard, coachsrnith, Davis st n of Saratoga, dw Gay 

street near Mott 
Johnson mrs Sarah, Albemarle st s of Water 
Johnson Henry, labourer, Sharp st near Saratogas 
Johnson Welmina, milliner, 12 n Liberty st 
Johnson Margaret, milliner, 80 n Liberty st 
Johnson John, carpenter, Paca st s of New 
Johnson James, clerk, Paca st n of Camden 
Johnson Samuel, carpenter, Pearl st s of Fayette 
Johnson John, carpenter, Pine st e side s of Saratoga 
Johnson John, clerk, Jackson st s side 
Johnson Frederick, machinist, Orleans st w of Canal 
Johnson Wm. shoemaker, 5 Gay st o t 

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Director for 1835 JOH 

Johnson Isaac, bacon merchant, Gay st wof Aisquith 

Johnson Grafton, shoemaker, 250 Gay st o t 

Johnson Jarred, coachsmith, 258 n Gay st o t 

Johnson John, carpenter, Hillen st bet. Front and the bridge 

Johnson Fergus, weaver, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 

Johnson mrs Mary, Peirce st e of Cove 

Johnson David, weaver, Preston st w of Ross 

Johnson mrs Eliza, Saratoga st e of Cove 

Johnson John, carpenter, Franklin st e of Chatsworth 

Johnson Edward, chair maker, near cor. Silver and Pitt sU 

Johnson mrs. do do do 

Johnson Wm. M. grocer, 22 Market st 

Johnson mrs. 276 n Howard u st 

Johnson George, ink maker, Garden st near Richmond 

Johnson Robert, drayman, Eager alley near Saratoga st 

Johnson Joseph, blacksmith, Fleet st Canton 

Johnson &, Simms, wholesale grocers &. commission mts. 1 

Spear's wharf 
Johnson James, firm of do. dw Aisquith st near Douglass 
Johnson George, saddler, dw Fayette st op Fountain Stables 
Johnson Jno. ship carpenter, Argyle alley s of Alice Anna st 
Johnson William, stone cutter, Long alley s of Ross street 
Johnson George shoemaker, 70 East street 
Johnson mrs Frances, Freedom st s of Franklin 
Johnson Robert, weaver Neighbour st betw Har. & York a*. 
Johnson Thomas, shoemaker, 19 Sterling street. 
Johnson John, rigger, Fleet street w of Market 
Johnson William, grocer, Shakspeare st w of Market 
Johnson John, saddler & harness maker, 2 n Howard st 
Johnson Laurel L. machinist, Forest street n of Monument 
Johnson mrs Sarah, 35 Albemarle street 
Johnson Hiram, teacher, Richmond st near Howard 
Johnson Grafton, ladies' shoe store, 65i Baltimore st. dw 250 
Johnson Henry, grocer, 25 Market street f. p. [n Gay st o t 
Johnson mrs Sarah, tailoress, Market st s of Fleet 
Johnson William, Aisquith st n of Douglass 
Johnson mrs Christopher, n e cor Fayette and Eutaw 
Johnson Richard R. woollen dresser, 7 Lombard street 
Johnson Peter, stevadore, Happy alley n of Lancaster street 
Johnson James, 114 Lombard street 
Johnson M. A. washer, Guilford alley near Light st 
Johnson Joseph, hatter, Hillen street near Sharp 
Johnson Robert, labourer, X Alley 
Johnson William J. blacksmith, Charles st near Lee 
Johnson Robert, labourer, Charles st near Montgomery 
Johnson Elizabeth, washer, 9 Tyson street 
Johnson Oliver S. dry goods mt. 69 Lexington street 
Johnson William, painter, Lombard st near Hanover 
tJohnson Thomas, brickmaker, German st near Cove 
t Johnson William, seaman, Strawberry alley n of Wilk gt 

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tJohnson Jane, huckster, Forest st s of Douglass 
tJohnson Henry, labourer, Park lane w of Cove street 
tJohnson Elizabeth, Short st near Jefferson 
tJohnson Alexander, Cove st extended 
tJohnson James, sawyer, Strawberry alley n of Wilk st 
JJohnson Job, labourer, Chatsworth st s of Franklin 
tJohnson Edward, labourer, Strawberry alley nof Wilk st 
% Johnson Nancy, Pearl st s of Saratoga 
tJohnson Cato, seaman, Happy alley n of Lancaster street 
tJohnson Samuel, blacksmith, Long' alley n of New street 
tJohnson Noah, cooper, Happy alley n of Fleet street 
tJohnson Eli, drayman, Eutaw st opposite Barre 
|Johnson Nathaniel, labourer, Happy alley n of Fleet &t 
tJohnson Samuel, labourer, 10 n Sharp st 
tJohnson Sally, Strawberry alley n of Pratt street 
tJohnson Henry jr. cordwainer, Hawk street 
tJohnson John, waiter, Sararoga st extended 
tJohnson Thomas, brickmoulder, Park lane e of Pine street 
tJohnson Nathan, labourer, 167 Bond street 
tJohnson Clara, 37 Lerew's alley 
tJohnson Fanny, German st near Cove 
tJohnson James, carter, Sugar alley 
tJohnson John, labourer, William st near Cross 
tJohnson William, waiter, Pleasant st near Park 
tJohnson Susan, Hamilton st near St. Paul's lane 
tJohnson Samuel, drayman, Long alley s of New street 
tJohnson Solomon, tanner, Cove st near Pratt 
tJohnson Rachel, Peace alley, w of Pearl street 
tJohnson Thomas, gardner, Peach alley w of Pearl st 
tJohnson Susan, Peach alley w of Pearl street 
tJohnson Sandy, Sarah Ann st w of Chatsworth 
JJohnson William, labourer, 3 Forest st n of Douglass 
tJohnson Ann, huckster, Forest st n of Douglass 
tJohnson Spencer, shoemaker, s w cor French and Forest sts 
tJohnson Joseph, labourer, Forest st n of Madison 
tJohnson William, Hill street near Charles 
tJohnson mrs. huckster, Hill st near Charles 
tJohnson Jno. confectioner, Saratoga st near Colonade baths 
TJohnson John, carter, Exeter st n of Gay 
tJohnson Jas. cordwainer, Long alley nof New street 
| Johnson William, waiter, Conway st near Eutaw 
tJohnson Henrietta, Low st e of Aisquith 
tJohnson Aaron, labourer, Guilford alley near Light street 
tJohnson Charles, sawyer, Bank st 
fJohnson Thomas, gardner, Peach alley w of Pearl st 
JJohnson Spencer, shoemaker, cor York av. & Monumen st. 
Johnston David, coachsmith, Cathedral st near Richmond 
Johnston mrs S. pelisse, habit & and fancy dressmaker, Lom- 
bard street w end 
Joice Elizabeth, 15 Cove street 

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Director for 1835. JON 

Joice William, collector, 109 Aisquiih street 

Joins John, sailmaker, 96 Dugan's wharf 

Joins Leonard, sailmaker, Ross st w of Eutaw 

Jonbert Rev. J. H. St. Mary's Seminary 

Jones James, tailor, 15 Water street 

Jones, mrs Mary, 70 w Pratt st 

Jones Levin, grocer &. com. merchant, 7 Dugan's wharf 

Jones James C. boot and shoemaker, 43 South street 

Jones James, draper and tailor, 10* South street 

Jones Garetson, carpenter, North st betw. Lexington 8c Sara- 
toga streets, dvv High st 3 doors from Pitt 

Jones James H. draper & tailor, 2 Holliday street 

Jones Mary, 2 Holliday street 

Jones William Gvvynn, dw 17 s Howard street 

Jones mrs Ann, Courtland st 1 door n of Pleasant 

Jones William, tavern, 32 Light street 

Jones William, hatter, 7 New Church street 

Jones mrs. Eliza, 88 n Liberty street 

Jones Hamilton, oyster and porter cellar, under Liberty en- 
gine house n Liberty street 

Jones Goffro, lottery and exchange office, sw cor Baltimore 

Jones Zachariah, 51 s Liberty street [and Liberty sts 

Jones Daniel, dw cor Park, and Richmond sts 

Jones Daniel & Theopholis, blacksmiths & wheelwrights, 

Cathedral st near Richmond 
Jone3 Samuel, merchant, a w cor Baltimore & Howard sts. 

dw n w cor Eu;awst and Covvpen alley 
Jones John W. cordwainer, Pine st e side s of George 
Jones Dorsey, tobacconist, Cove st n of Saratoga 
Jones Paul, carpenter, Cove st s of Franklin 
Jones Jesse, morocco dresser, Cove st Extended 
Jones Benj. W. grocer, Baltimore st 2 doors w of Caroline 
Jones miss Eleanor, milliner, Baltimore st w of Temple 
Jones William R. 63 Pitt st 
Jones Capt. Samuel, Jackson st s side 
Jones Jemima, Pratt st 1 door w of Caroline 
Jones Henry B. watchmaker, Pratt st w oi Bond 
Jones James, grocer, corner Granby & Gough sts 
Jones Jacob, waterman, Granby st e of Gough 
Jones James, waterman, Granby st e of Gough 
Jones Joshua, printer, Gough st vv of Caroline 
Jones Alexander, pilot, Bank st e of Eden 
Jones Dorsey, tobacconist, 13 Monumeut st 
Jones John, plasterer and lime dealer, corner Monument & 

Ai?quith sts 
Jones Nicholas, potter, 22 n Gay street o t 
Jones mrs Elizabeth A. corner Pine &. Mulberry sts 
J< nes Richard, labourer, Saratogo Ft e of Shroeder 
Jones John T. tanner & currier, 21 New street 
Jones Uriah, tobacconist, Lexington st w of Paca 
Jones Richard, painter, Alice Anna st e of Wolf 
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JON MalcheWs Baltimore 

Jones Barney, ship carpenter, Fleet st e of Castle alley- 
Jones Joel, deputy keeper of Penitentiary, 2 Constitution st 
J ones John, potter, 161 French st 
Jones John, bricklayer, Canal st s of Monument 
Jones Benjamin, bricklayer, Canal st s of Monument 
Jones Talbot & co. grocers & eom. mts. nw corner Howard 

and Baltimore sts 
Jones Samuel, jr firm ofT. J. &, codw Eutaw stnext toHus- 

sey's new tavern 
Jones mrs Margaret, Eden st n of Pitt 
Jones James, cooper, 21 Phiipot st 
Jones William, blacksmith, 94 Market st 
Jones Joseph, moulder, Hollins st w. p. 
Jones Capt Washington B. Hanover st near Lee 
Jones Com. Jacob, Franklin st near Charles 
Jones Margaret, seamstress, 8 Block st 
Jones Abraham, caulker, Starr alley s of Wilk st 
Jones St co ship masters, 39 Thames st 
Jones Owen, collector & sexton Caroline Meth. E. church, 

Spring st near the church 
Jones Francis, ship chandler, corner Pratt & Fredrick sts 
Jones Ann Margaret, fancy store <21 Bazaar 
Jonei James D. carpenter, 181 French st 
Jones Mary, butter dealer, Harford avenue n of thechurch 
Jones John R. carpenter, Hartbrd road n side 
Jones David, shoe maker, Henrietta st near Light 
Jones & Woodward, domestic warehouse, 191 Baltimore st. 

dw W. W. Fayette between Charles and Liberty 
Jones John, ship carpenter, York st w of Light 
Jones Elisha, fisherman, Cross st near Johnson 
Jones William R. coach maker, 106 Exeter st 
Jones Lewis, huckster, 13 s Howard st 
Jones Thomas, hatter, 111 High st 
JJones Isaac, drayman, Howard st near Barre 
Jjones Robert, carter, Argyle alley s of Fleet st 
tJones James, brick maker, 69 s Howard st 
t Jones Israel, caulker, Forest st n of Douglass 
jJones Joseph, cheese dealer, Thames st w of Ann 
tJones Thomas, carpenter, Mullikin st e of Eden 
tJones Sally, Garden st near Richmond 
JJones Mary, Mo >re alley w of Eutaw st 
tJones Christopher, East st s of Douglass 
tJones Wm. Moore alley w of Eutaw st 
tJones Kinsey, labourer, Star alley n of Wilk st 
tJones Gideon, carpenter, Canal st n of Holland 
tJones Rachel, washer, Happy alley n of Lancaster st 
tJones James, drayman, Asbury st 
JJones Jacob, carter, Carpenter's alley 
tJones Mitchell wagoner, Hill st near Charles 
tJones Peter, Wagon alley near Park st 

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|Jones Mrs. huckster, Busy alley 

fJones Thomas, labourer, Sugar alley 

tJones Harry, Sugar alley 

tJones Isaac, labourer, Williamson alley 

tJones Rachel, Williamson alley 

tJones Andrew, porter, Douglass st w of Forest 

tJones Marshall, labourer, Cove st extended 

TJones David P. porter, 45 Pearl st 

tJones David, drayman, cor Green and Fayette sts 

tJones Richard T. brick maker, Eutaw st opposite Barre 

tJones Sarah, 26 s Liberty st 

jJones Letitia, 28 s Liberty st 

tJones James, sawyer. Centre st near St Paul 

Jordan Lewis G. confectioner and distiller, 1 M'Clellan st 

Jordan John M. plumber, 59 Centre MarKet space; dw 55 do 

Jordan Henry, grocery and liquor store, Lexington w of Paca 

Jordan Charles, dry goods and fancy store, 30 Centre Market 

space, and fancy store, 3 Maryland Arcade 
Jordan Wiliiam, city bailiff", Pine st w side n of Franklin 
Jordan James, blacksmith, Ross s w of Eutaw 
Jordan Charles, confectioner, J CO* Baltimore st 
t Jordan John, cabinet maker, Potter st n of Low 
Jory John, shoe maker, Light st bet Sugar al & Montgomery 
Jourdan YVm. grocery and feed store, Wilk st w of Wolf 
Jourdan mrs Margaret, French st near High 
Jourdan T nomas, carpenter, French st opposite Exeter 
Jourdan William, carpenter, Bond st s of York 
Joy Edward, gardener, Hampstead st n side e of Caroline 
Joy James, porter cellar, cor German and Paca sts 
JJubb Martha, Happy alley n of Lancaster st 
Juda & Block, com. mts. 4 Spear's whf 
Juda David, firm do. dw Holliday st near Pleasant 
Judea Martin, Baltimore Ft w of Cove 
Judefind John, cordwainer, Lee st bet Light and Charles 
Judlin Andrew F. upholsterer, 29 n Gay st; dw Gay e of Ais- 
Junes Elizabeth, Shakspeare st e of Bond [quith 

Jury William, shoe maker, Alice Annast w of Happy alley 
Justes Wm. S. clock and watch maker, 29 e Pratt st; dw Gran- 
Justice Mrs. 32 Thames st [by near Gough 

KaDY MOSES, Lexington st extended 

Kain Wm. E. carpenter, Busy alley 

Kain Richard, iabourer,Spring st s of Pratt 

Kalb Joseph, 119 Pratt st 

Kalbfus Catherine, tailoress, Mott st e side 

Kalbfus D. &, L. jr. morocco dressers, 2 Cheapside 

Kalbfus Daniel, firm do. dw Penn ave extended 

Kalbfus Lewis, firm do. dw 87 s Paca st 

Kalbfus Lewis, sen. morocco dresser, dw Pennave extended 

Kalkman Frederick, dw Lexington st w of Pine [Conway 

Kail John T. firm of Thorna), Kail &. Co. dw Jefferson row 

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KEI MatchetPs Baltimore 

Kane Mary, Lee st near Light 

Kann Lloyd, fisher, Cross st near Johnson 

Kann J. K. grocer and commission merchant, 25 Cheapside, 

dw 51 s Sharp st 
Kare Patrick, carter, s e corner Lexington and Green sts 
Karr John, labourer, Hillen st w of High 
Karr Catherine, tailoress, cor Saratoga and Sharp sts 
Karthaus C. IV. Kurtz & co. merchants, 45 s Gay st 
Karthaus Charles W' dw Baltimore st w of Aisquith 

Karthaus , Pratt st 1 door e of High 

Kauderer John, grocer, s e corner Sharp and Barre sts 

Kaufman Christian, labourer, Eutaw st near Austin 

Kaufman Joseph C. tailor, Camden st near Howard 

Kaufman Margaret J. Camden st near Howard 

Kautfman Daniel, painter, Paca st e side s ot Ross 

Kauffman K. pedlar, Lancaster st e of Caroline 

Kaufske Augusta, labourer Commerce st bet. Pratt and Cable 

Kaugh Thomas, labourer, Cross st near William 

|Kay James, sawyer, Happy alley n of Fleet st 

Kaylor Jacob, tavern keeper, 11 Fish Market 

Kaylor George, baker and grocer, 73 Centre Market space 

Kayton Abram, shoemaker, Lancaster st e of Bond 

Keady Win. tailor, East st n of Pitt 

Keaier Henry, Saratoga st e of Cove 

Keary Thomas, shoemaker, 10 Alice Anna st 

Keas Peter, grocer, York av. int. of Monument and h orest sts 

Keatinge George, printer, over corner Tnpoletl's alley and 

Baltimore st dw 1*24 Exeter st 
Keatler Frederick, bricklayer, Sterling st n of Monument 
Keavins Samnel, grocer, s w corner Strawberry alley & Fleet st 
Kecholt Henry, Eutaw stn of Camden 
Keck George, carter, Henrietta st near Charles 
Keeler John, carpenter, Aisquith st s of Jefferson 
Keller Conrad, turner, 27 Lombard st dw 20 do 
Keenan A. proprietor Union hotel, 39 South st 
Keenan James, cordwainer, Lexington st w of Paca 
Keenan James horse shoer, Howard st opposite Centre dw 

116 n Eutaw st 
Keene John H. grocer, Lexington st e of Paca 
Keene Ann, Hill st near Light [n of Market 

Keene John, oil and paint store, 46 n Howard st dw Eutaw st 
Keener John, gunsmith, 8 Water st w of South 
Keener Dr. David, Charles st 1 door n ot Fayette 
Keener Alexander, huckster, Cove st n of Saratoga 
Keener C. & Fitzgerald, druggists, 150 Baltimore street 
Keenwrigh* Andrew, tailor and scoiwer, 18 Mulberry st 
Keerl rnrs Margaret, German st near Howard 
Kehienbeck Mary, grocer, n w cor Eutaw and Camden sts 
Keiblen David, labourer, Sterling st n of Monument 

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Director for 1635 KEL 

Keigler John, firm do. dw Aisquith st near Thomson 
Keigler and Altvater, carpenters, n Calvert sts of Saratoga 
Keiiholtz William, painter, 26 s Liberty st. dw 101 Green st 
Keilholtz John, wheelwright, Park lane extended 
Keirle John W. wholesale shoe, hat &, cap warehouse, 169 
cor Baltimore & Charles sts. dw Sharp st s of German 
Keirle M. M. &, Dunsran, shoe dealers, 226 Baltimore st. dw 

Holliday st opposite the Theatre 
Keirle Matthew, shoe dealer, 74 Lexington st. dw 62 s Sharp 
Keith Martin, firm of Pratt & K. dw Green st near Lexington 
tKeith Daniel, caulker, Spring st s of Pratt 
Kell Thomas, clerk of Baltimore County Court, dw e Balti- 
more street near Exeter 
Keller and Forman, flour mts. lower end Commerce st. mill 

North st n of Eager, dw C. Keller, 9 s Gay street 
Keller Charles, paper hanger, Hampstead st wot Caroline 
Keller John, Park lane w of Cove street 
Kelley James, labourer, French st s of High 
Kellogg Aurusa, M. D. 79 Exeter street 
Kelly Mary, 58 w Pratt street 
Kelly James, attorney at law, 58 w Pratt street 
Kelly James, copper smith & tin Plate worker, 40 Harrison st 

dw cor L. Pleasant and Park sts 
Kelly James, stone cutter, 127 s Sharp st 
Kelly Timothy, merchant tailor, 6 n Liberty street 
Kelly P. professor of music at St Mary's college Penn av. 
Kelly William, weaver, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 
Kelly George, cordwainer, Union st w of Ross 
Kelly Robert, weaver, Rock st s of Saratoga 
Kelly Hugh, carter, Franklin st extended 
Kelly Luke, blacksmith, Amity st n of Baltimore 
Kelly William, shoe manufacturer, Baltimore st w of Paca, dw 

Pearl st n of Baltimore 
Kelly James, stone mason, French stn of Front 
Kelly capt Matthew, 59 Market st f. p. 
Kelly Mordecai, dry goods merchant, Pratt st w of Green 
Kelly Caleb, grocer, Lombard street w of Green 
Kelly John grocer, Camden st w of Light 
Kelly Catherine, n w cor Park st and Wagon alley 
Kelly Morton, drayman, cor Lerew's alley, and Madison st 
Kelly Patrick, tailor, Saratoga st near Park 
Kelly Edward, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Alice Anna st 
Kelly Torrance, stone mason, 46 Ross street 
Kelly John, labourer, Lunn's lane opposite Paca st 
Kelly Francis, labourer, Long alley s of Ross street 
Kelly William, cordwainer, Pearl st near Baltimore, store w 
Kelly Edw. meal seller, Har. av n of the Church [of Paca 
tKelly Sevvell, Salisbury st near Harford run 
Kelsey Henry, 77 Spear's whf. dw Exeter street near Pratt 
Kelsey Wm. tavern keeper, 49 Centre market space 

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Kelso John R. merchant tailor, 6 South street 

Kelso Thomas, victualler, Baltimore st 1 door w of Aisquith 

Kelso George Y. farmer, Water st n side 2d door vv of High 

Kelso Elizabeth, huckster, Peirce st w of Chatsvvorth 

Kemp Thomas, dvv 94 s Paca street 

Kemp Edward D. attorney at law, 10 Courtland street 

Kemp Ann, confectioner, Shakspeare st w of Market 

Kemp Richard, grocer, s e cor Lexington and Sharp sts 

Kemp George, paver, Harford road n ot lumberyard 

Kemp Lewis, merchant, Paca st s of Franklin 

Kemp & Buckey, dry goods merchants, 246 Baltimore st. dw 

cor Mulberry. and Green streets 
Kemp Thomas, carpenter.IIoward st n of Lombard, dw Paca 
st w of Lunn's lane [and Mulberry sts 

Kemp John R. proprietor of Franklin Inn, n e cor Howard 
Kemp James, ship carpenter, Gough st e of Eden 
Kemp Simon, justice of Peace, Gay st s e of the bridge, dw 
fKemp James, blacksmith, Hill st near Charles 
tKernp Joseph, labourer, William st near Cross 
Kenan Charles, collector, n Liberty street s of Saratoga 
Kenan Thomas, carter, Union st e of Penn. avenue 
Kenan Patrick, labourer, Wiik st vv of Exeter 
Kendall Thomas, plane maker, 9 McClellan st 
Kendall Jas. B. prop, of race course, & tavern keeper, Canton 
Kendall Mary, Pine street e side s of Lexington 
Kendall Hezekiah, Lombard st w of Pine 
Kenedy John, bookseller, 17 Harrison st 
Kenedy Thomas, importer of dry goods, 141s Baltimore st. 

dw Franklin st e of Pine 
Kenley Edward, proprietor of steam plaister mill, German st 

near Green, dw Baltimore st opposite Pearl 
Kennard mrs. boarding house, 2 South street 
Kennard William H. grocer, Hill st vv of Charles 
Kennard John, agent, dvv Pearl st n of Saratoga 
Kennard John H. Pearl st sof Mulberry 
Kennard Alexander A. justice of peace, Lexington st w of 

Eutaw, dw Pearl st s of Mulberry 
Kennard Samuel C. ship carpenter, «59 Philpot street 
IKennard William, brickmaker. Water st near Strawberry al 
Kennedy George, tailor, Montgomery st near Light 
Kennedy John, fruit dealer, 65 s Frederick street 
Kennedy William, ship master, 4 e water street 
Kennedy John H. fancy chair maker, 9 n Gay street 
Kennedy Mordecai, blacksmith, North st near Bath, dvv cor 

Centre and Calvert streets 
Kennedy John P. attorney at law, dvv Mount Vernon and 

Washington place 
Kennedy mrs Evaline, cupper and leecher, lis Liberty st 
Kennedy John, Paca street n of Pratt 
Kennedy Joseph, machinist, Cove si s of Mulberry 

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Kennedy Hugh, grocery &, liquor store, Stillhouse street 

Kennedy , fisherman Stillhouse street 

Kennedy Thomas, merchant, Franklin st e of Pine, store 

Baltimore st w of Chatsworth 
Kennedy Nicholas R. tavern & grocery, Lexington st e of 
Kennedy Capt. Thomas, Alice Anna st e of Bond [Green 
Kennedy Alexander, shoemaker, Addison st n side 
Kennedy Ezekiel, Columbia st near Cove 
Kennelly William, cabinet maker, n e ot Monument 
Kenny Patrick, second hand clothing store, Second st 1 door 

w of Market space 
Kenny Richard, Holliday st 2 doors s of Pleasant 
Kenny Thomas, carpenter, Biddle st w of Penn. avenue 
Kenny Peter, cor East and Ensor sts 
Kent David, merchant, d\v 54 n Charles st 
Kent Emanuel, city register, Biddle st \v of Penn. avenue, 

office City Hall 
Kepler John T. s w cor Paca & Lexington sts 
Kepler William, cabinet maker, wend Baltimore st 
Kepliuger Michael, shop keeper, Ensor st n e of Monument 
Keplinger Samuel, brass founder & wire fender maker, corner 

Cathedral & Howard sts 
Kernan &,Stiilinger, com. mts. 59 Smith's wharf 
Kernan Catherine, French st nearly opposite Exeter 
Kernan Peter, Pearl st s of Franklin 
Kernan C. justice of peace & police office 3 corner Calvert and 

Water streets 
Kernan Peter, Pearl st s of Saratoga 

Kerner Christian D. confectioner, cor Gay and Harrison sts 
Kerner John F. tobacconist, 27 e Baltimore st. dw Jackson st 
Kerney M. B tavern keeper, 69 McElderry's wharf 
Kerney Rev. Nicholas, pastor of St. Patrick's church, n e cor. 

Bank and Market streets 
Kerr Catherine, tailoress, cor Saratoga &. Sharp sts 
Kerr Patrick, painter, 55 Pearl st & 35 Fayette street 
Kerr Jacob, Peirce st w of Pine 
Kershaw Seth, millwright, w end Baltimore street 
Kesley Eli, tailor. Potter st s of Douglass 
Kesterson John, waterman, Montgomery st near Light 
Ketter August, labourer, Lancaster, st w of Ann st 
Kettlewell &, Wilson, grocers, n w cor Gay and Potter sts 
Key Gabriel, painter, 33 s Howard street 
Keys Peter, grocer, York avenue intersection Monument St 

Forest streets 
Keys & Graham, produce dealers, 34 Franklin street 
Keys Wm firm do. dw Franklin st e of Pine 
Keys James N. 2i Franklin st 

Keys John, justice of peace, 83 n Exeter st. office Fish Mar- 
Keys Bayley, grocer, Fayette st e of Cove [ket space 
tKevsVac'ul, brass founder, 13 Concord st 

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tKeys John, carter, Light street near Austen 

Keyser Samuel S. iron srore, s e cor Pratt and South sts 

Keyser Charles M. china merchant, Howard st. dw Paca st 8 

of Saratoga 
Keyser James, 91 n Eutaw street 

Keyser 8? Schaeffer, mts. counting room, over 208 Balto. st 
Keyser William W. China, glass &. Q,ueensware mt. 244* 

Baltimore sts 
Keyser Derwick, dw 18 Paca street 
Keyser Charles M. China merchant, 12 n Howard street 
Keyser George, Penn. avenue s of Union street 
Keyser Samuel, firm Keyser and Schaffer, Fayette st e of Pine 
jKeyser Samuel, cooper, Fayette st e of Pine 
Keyworth Charles B. draper and tailor, 3 Hanover street 
tKiar Daniel, hair dresser, 28 Pratt st near Charles, dw Mont- 
gomery street w of Charles 
Kidd Charles, edge tool manufactory, Lombard st w of Green, 

dw Paca street s of German 
Kidd Hannah, shop keeper, Ruxton street 
Kidd & White, confectioners, 8 Baltimore street 
Kifel George, confectioner, Green st n of Conway 
Kilbourn Samuel, tinner, store Baltimore ste of Paca, dw Mul- 
berry st w of Paca 
Kilbreath Rachel, Wine street eof Cove 
Kilbreath mrs Rosanna, boarding house, Eutaw 2d door from 
Kilman Thomas, engineer, Granby st w of the run [Pratt 
Kilpatrick William, grocer, Penn. av. extended 
Kilpatrick mrs Penn. avenue n of Hoffman st 
Kilpatrick mrs Rosanna, Fayette st e of Green 
Kimberly mrs Ann, 59 Albemarle street 
Kimberly Nathaniel, merchant tailor, 23JPhilpot et. shop 

51 Thames street 
Kimmel mrs Catherine, Entaw st s of Fayette 
Kimtnel mrs. mantua maker, 119 s Howard street 
Kine Jno. labourer, Albemarle sts of Stiles 
King George VV. boot and shoemaker, 6 n Gay street 
King Joseph jr. Charles street near Lexington 
King Edward blacksmith, Peace alley vv of Eutaw street 
King George, carpenter, 13 n Green street 
King George, plaisterer, cor Pearl and Fayette sts 
King Louisa, n w cor Pearl and Mulberry sts 
King Richard, cordwainer, Cove st s of Mulberry 
King Nicholas, gunsmith, Fleet st w of Wilk 
King mrs Elizabeth, 20 Fleet street 
King Mary Ann, seamstress, 9 Fleet street 
King John, shoemaker, Forest st n of Madison 
King Thomas, labourer, Thames st w of Bond 
King George, smith, iron & rope dealer, Thames w of Bond 
King John, ship joiner, 67 Smith's wl.f. dw Stiles street betw 
Exeter and Gough 

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King Jacob, blacksmith, Commerce st. dvv 69 McEldcrry's 

King Amos, carter, Happy alley n of Wilk st wharf 

King John, gardner, Wilk st e of the grave yard 

King mrs Julia Ann, Happy alley n of Lancaster street 

King mrs Ann, cor Wilk and Washington sts 

King mrs. 18 Mercer st 

Ring J. St Mary st s of Ross 

King Thomas, grocer, cor Howard and Richmond sts 

King Charles, painter, Wine st e of Cove 

King James C. inspector of lumber, 64 High street 

King Jarrett, Park lane e of Cove 

King Rev. Jacob, 23 Lexington street 

tKing Nancy, Run alley s of Fayette street 

Kingsmore Rebecca, Ross st extended 

Kingsworth William, engineer, York st near Wiiliam 

Kinnimore Dr. s w cor Spring and Pratt sts 

Kinsendorff Charles, sugar boiler, Park lane w of Cove street 

KinsendorfT, Charles, sugar refiner, Paca st s of New 

Kinsie James, carpenter, Exeter st n of Pitt 

Kintz George, carpenter,Ross st w of Biddle [Camden s 

Kipp John, morocco & leather store, 17 Cheapside, d\v 78 

Kirby Alary, confectioner, Pratt st near the bridge 

Kirby John and Son, lumber merchants, Mill st dw Carolina 

street s of Pratt 
Kirby William, Leest 3d door e of Hanover 
Kirby & Ready, sailmakers, cor Camden and Light sts. dw 

J. Kirby Hamburg st near William 
Kirby Samuel, tailor, 40 Exeter street 
Kirby Thomas, paper hanger, Jackson st n side 
Kirby William, ship carpenter, Wolfst s of Wilk 
Kirby Joseph, Granby st w of L. Gough 
Kirby Thomas, ship carpenter, Argyle alley s of Alice Anna 
Kirby Francis, tailor, Gay st w of Aisquith 
Kirby Nathan, huckster, Potter st s of Douglass 
Kirby John, lumber merchant, Caroline row Caroline st 
Kirby James, sailmaker, Henrietta st near William 
Kirby John, dyer and grocer, cor Mulberry and Park sta 

Kirby , hatter, 42 Howard st 

Kirk mrs Mary, 14 Maiden lane 

Kirk Samuel, gold and silver smith, 144 Baltimore street 

Kirk Samuel, shoemaker, 24 Gay street 

Kirk Robert, glass cutter, Saratoga st e of Green 

Kirkham Samuel, 43 s Charles st 

Kirkland A. merchant, 99 Smith's wharf, dw n side Wilk st e 

of High street 
Kirkwood Sarah, teacher of music &c.76 Alice Anna st 
Kirkwood Philip, ship carpenter, York st near Charles 
Kister, Lewis, cabinet maker, Baltimore st e of Cove 
Kites John, 105 n Eutaw street 
Killing Rachel, grocer, 9 Second street 

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Klassen Charles, saddler, Paca st n of Lexington, dw Lex- 
ington st vv of Cove 

Kleffmin Henry, baker, 33 Union street 

Klee Catherine, Potter st s of Douglass 

Kleppish Fredk. August, tailor, Park st 1 door from Saratoga 

Klein Frederick, baker, S3 Pearl street 

Klimple John, tavern, 35 Bond street 

Kline Henry, sawyer, Ross st w of Biddle 

Klinefelter Henry & Co. lumber mts. Oliver's wharf, dw II. 
Klinefelter, Water st 2d door e of Exeter 

Klinefelter A. Harford road n of the church 

Klockgether, D. wine and grocery, 104 n Howard st 

Klunk Peter, carpenter, Union st e of Penn. avenue 

Knapp Colby, chemist and druggist, sw cor Pratt street and 

Knapp John, baker, Britton st n of Monument [Dugan's whf 

Kneeland Hannah, tailoress, Tripolet's alley 

Knight Anthony, fisherman, Cross st near William 

Knight Clarissa, huckster, 10 Fish Market 

Knight Jacob, shoemaker, 15 Maiden lane 

Knight Francis, labourer, Saratoga st e of Cove 

Knight Joseph, stove maker, Busy alley 

Knight John, Madison st near Howard 

Knight J. lottery and exchange office, 13 Centre Market space 

Knight Jonathan, shoemaker, 31 Constitution st 

Knight Thos. labourer, Light st s of West 

Knight Isaac, 41 s Liberty st 

Knight Rev. D. A. St Mary's college, Penn av. n of Franklin st 

Knight George, fisherman, William st near Cross 

Knight Michael, stage driver, Baltimore st vv of Pearl 

Knight Michael, blacksmith, Baltimore st \v end, s side 

tKnight Robert, carter, 29 Union st 

Knighton Thomas, city bailiff', Aisquith st n of Orleans 

Knipr Jacob, silver plater, Centre ste of St Paul 

Knipe Sarah, 77 Bond s 

Knorr Wm. rope maker at rope walk, Market st f p 

Knott George, carpenter, 131 n Eutaw st 

Knotts George P. paper hanger, 3 Market st 

Knowles John, hack driver, Ensor st n e of Monument 

Knowles James, seaman, Eden st s of Orleans 

Knox Wm. Saratoga st w of Cove 

Knox Reynolds, Fayette st w of Pine 

tKnox Stephen, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Wilk st 

Kolb George, boarding house, 94 n Howard st 

Konig Frederick, german goods merchant, 4 n Howard st 

Konig Elizabeth, 89 s Howard st 

Koster Albert, China, glass and Queensware store, 13 s Cal- 
vert st; dw Charles st 2 doors vv of Henrietta 

Kraber Daniel, Penn avenue n of Franklin st 

Kraft't.fohn P. Prussian consul and merchant, 1 Waterloo row 

Kraft Elizabeth, victualler, York avenue 

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Krahold Francis, tavern keeper, Commerce st between Pratt 
Kraiger Wm. carpenter, Peirce st vv of Pine [&, Cable 

Kraiger Joseph F. dairyman, Peirce st w of Pine 
Krane Dr. J. n e corner High and Pratt sts; dw Pratt st w of 
Kraus Henry, chandler, Saratoga st e of Cove [Gough 

Krebbs George W. hide, oil and leather dealer, 52 s Calvert st 

dw 94 Hanover st 
Krebbs Wm. G. attorney at law, Fayette st e of St. Paul; dw 

Columbia st w of Paca 

Krebbs , cabinet maker, 123 s Sharp st 

Krebbs Wm. brickmaker, Columbia st w of Paca 

Krebbs George, Eutaw at s of Conway 

Krebbs Rebecca, tutoress, Jefferson row, Conway st 

Krebbs Jacob, victualler, Pitt st 1 door w of Strawberry alley 

Krebbs John W. saddler, 35 Sterling st 

Krede Ferdine, cord vainer, Penn av s of St Mary st 

Kreemer John, carpenter, 33 Exeter st 

Kreig Frederick, smith, corner Saratoga st and Eager alley 

Kreil John G, victualler, corner Henrietta and Charles sts 

Kreis Elias, carpenter, Ross st w of Biddle 

Kregel Ann, tutoress, Aisquith st n of Hull's lane 

Krems Christiana, Paca st s of New 

Krelzer C. & co. importers of silk goods, 127 Baltimore st 

Krengle John, carpenter, 36 n Eutaw st 

Kronau John, grocer, corner Lombard and Liberty sts 

Kruber Daniel, clerk, Mulberry st w of Paca 

Kry Harry, paver, 1 Thomson st 

Kryle Andrew, paver, Penn avenue extended 

Kuhn Augustus, turner, Hull's lane e of Forest st 

Kumer Frederick A. boot and shoemaker, 16 Park st 

Kummer John, cordwainer, 16 s Howard st 

Kurn Nicholas, labourer, Baltimore st e of Cove 

Kurtz mrs Susan, German st near Eutaw 

Kurtz rev. Daniel, Holliday st near Orange alley 

Kurtz Elizabeth, Saratoga st w of Cove 

Kurtz Joseph, carpenter, Pine st s of George 

Kurtz Samuel, cordwainer, Cove st n of Saratoga 

Kurtz rev. Benjamin, editor Lutheran observer, Lexington st 

Kurtz mrs. milliner, 7 Lexington st [nea* "Park 

Kurtz Joseph, carpenter, 5 do 

Kurtz Charles, hatter, German st near Eutaw 

Kuster C. L. commission merchant, 27 Light st wharf 

Kyle Robert, tavern keeper, s e corner Frederick & Waler bts 

Kyle Adam B. dw 86 Hanover st 

liABBY Ann, Pitt st 2d door w of Harford run 
Laboratory Baltimore Chemical, Columbia st near Cove 
Labranthwaite James A. s e corner Baltimore and Eden sts 
Lacher Joseph, Ruxton st 
Lackey James, 11 Harrison st 
Lafalonaera mrs Ann C. Wilk st e of Market 
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Lafetra J. boot & shoemaker, 64 w Pratt st dw 28 n Gay st o t 
LafetraT. H. CA w Pratt st near Hanover 
Lafferty Win. W. proprietor Belvidere cottage, North st n of 
Lafferty David, s e corner Sterling and Mott sts [Eager 

Lantte John S. merchant, 4 Commerce st dw Franklin street 
near Saint Paul 

La Fleur , hair dresser, 5 Park st 

Lainhart Mary, Brewhouse alley n of Camden st 

Lake &. co. 8 s Charles st 

Lamb John, inspector of weights and measures. 17 Concord 

st dw Fall's avenue 
Lamb Michael, tanner, French st near Centre 
Lamb John, labourer, s e comer Holiday and Centre 
Lamb John, stock manufacturer, 1 s Calvert st dw 84 High 
Lamb Daniel, dairyman, Paca st w of Green 
Lambert W'm. grocer, 180 n Gay st o t 
Lambie James, shoemaker, Hamstead st e of Eden 
Lambert Francis, professor of music, 180 n Gay st o t 
Lambert Lewis, carpenter, Rock st n of Lexington 
Lambden James, oak cooper, Eutaw st n of Franklin 
Lambock Wm. paver, Wilk st eof President 
Lam>ourn Cornelius, mail driver, 39 Constitution st 
Lamden Edward S. sail maker, 5 Dugan's wharf dw Pratt st 

near Caroline 
Lamden Thomas, ship carpenter, Argyle al. n of Lancaster st 
Lamden Robert, ship carpenter, Pratt st w of Harlbrd run 
Lamden Wm. S. ship carpenter, 87 Alice Anna st 
Lamy John B. shipwright Lancaster st w of Ann 
Lancaster Aaron, cabinet maker, Jefferson row Conway st 
Lancaster Wm. carpenter, JJamnsiead st e of Eden 
Lancaster Thomas, carpenter, Gough st e of Eden 
Lancaster John, huckster, Biddle st e of Penn avenue 
Lancaster George, labourer, Hamburg st near Light 
Lancaster John, cabinet maker, Mercer st near Light 
Lander man Mary, 25 Bond st 

Landgraff Anthony, manager of glass house, Johnson st 
Landis Henrv, keeper wheat sheaf inn, cor Low & Front sts 
tLandsdale Walter, labourer, Carpenter's alley 
Lane Joseph, spar maker, 106 Wolf st 
Lane Thomas, harbour master, office lower end Patterson st 

dw 78 Pitt street 
Lane Wm. shoemaker, 185 French st 
Lane Alexander, 7 e Baltimore st 
Lane Elizabeth, 4 Block st 
tLane Caroline, Pine st s of Peirce 
Lang Alexander, stone mason, Tripolett's alley 
Lang Ann, Lombard st near 3 tuns tavern 
L uig Henry, coachmaker, n side Lee st near Light 
Lange August, harness maker, 46 Franklin st 
Langley Ellen, Annapolis road near spring gardens 



Director for 1835 LAU 

Langley George, labourer, Ilampstead st vv of Caroline 

Langley David, cabinet maker, Bntton st n e of Monument 

Langlin John, Calvert st n of Lager 

Langrall Asa, tailor, Concord st 

Lanham John, ship joiner, Argyle alley s of Alice Anna st 

Lankin Michael, labourer, corner Low and Front sts 

Lankee John L. printer, 40' Exeter st 

Lankford Wiley, dry goods store, 10 Bazaar, dw Baltimore st 

between Light and Charles 
Lankford Wm. ship joiner, Bond st s of Wilk 
Lankford mis M. A. milliner, over 157 Baltimore st 
Lanrnon James II. attorney at law, Fayette st near Calvert 
Lansden Catherine, Pleasant st near Park 
La Prade John B. barber, 44 n Howard st 
tLa Prat John, barber, Peirce st vv of Pearl 
Larkin Hugh, labourer, Penn avenue extended [ette st 

La Reintree John-Lewis, teacher of French & Spanish, ^Fay- 
Large Daniel, steam engine manufacturer, w Falls avenue 

near the bridge, dw Exeter st n of Pratt 
£Large Richard, carter, Salisbury st w of Harford run 
Larkins Win. victuader, Union alley e of Eden st 
Laroque J. M. chemist & druggist, n e cor Balto St Harrison 
Laroque Edward, surgeon dentist, 31 n Charles st [sts 

Larrabee Ephraim, s e corner Calvert and Water sts 
Larrabee Daniel, dw near Charles st city spring court run- 
ning from Charles st 
Lasing Frederick, Sterling st n of Monument 
Lasky Alexander, seaman, Lancaster st e of Caroline 
Last Ann, shopkeeper, 3 Alice Anna st 
Latch Gerlach, grocer, Baltimore st w of Cove 
Lath Win. tavern, Lombard st w of Pine 
Latham Edward, cordwainer, Chamberlain alley nearEutavr st 
Latham Sarah, grocer, Eager alley near Mulbery st 
Lathe Elie, shoe store, 59 s Charles st 
Lathers, mrs Ruth, Baltimore st w of Cove 
Latimer Js. B. notary public and justice of peace, s w corner 
of Fayette and St Paul sts dw n e corner of Court- 
land &, Saratoga sts. 
Latimer Randolph W. 72 s Sharp st 
Latourday mrs Penn av. w of Franklin st 
Latrobe J. H. B. attorney at law, Calvert st 2 doors s of Fay- 
ette, dw Mulberry st w of Charles 
Latty John J. vessel water supplier, Wolf st n of Fell 
Lauch Joseph, carpenter, n e corner Monument *k Ensor sts 
Lauder Charles, shoemaker, 9 Stiles st 
Lauder John, stone mason, French st n of Front 
Lauder Samuel, cabinet maker. Busy alley 
Lauderman John, 57 Market st f p 
Lauderman capt. Jacob, 79 Alice Anna st 
Lauderman Henry, baker, 26 Market st f p 
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Laughlin Robert, weaver, Richmond st near Howard 

fLavellia John, barber, Ensor st ri e of Gay 

Lavinger Emory, shop keeper, inv cortier Bond and Wilk sts 

Law John K. of custom house, Hamilton row, Hamilton st 

Law mrs. Paca st s of Saratoga 

Law James, boot and shoemaker, corner Pratt and Paca sts 

Lawder Ann tailoress, 29 Sierling st 

Lawder Benjamin, farmer, Harford avenue n of church 

Lawless Richard, liquor store, cor Saratoga &, Pearl sts 

Lawn Henry, grocer, 45 Front st 

Lawnes Caleb, baker, Aisquith st n of Douglass 

Lawnes Jacob, painter, Penn avenue s of Biddle st 

Lawrence mrs Elizabeth, Monument st e of York avenue 

Lawrence Richard, ship carpenter, 43 Philpot st 

Lawrence Valentine, brick maker, Yoik st w of Light 

Lawrence Elijah, labourer, 44 s Frederick st 

Lawrence Elizabeth, corner Wolf and Alice Anna sts 

Lawrence Ellen, huckster, Brewhouse alley n of Camden st 

Lawrence Dr. D. H. corner Woif and Alice Anna sts 

Lawrence mrs Ann Louisa, corner Gough and Stiles sts 

Lawrence mrs Margaret, Harford road n of the church 

{Lawrence Herculus, Happy aliey n of Fleet st 

Lawrenson mrs Elizabeth, 28 n Liberty st 

Lawson & Brice. merchants, 2 Buchanan's wharf 

Lawson Stephen, firm do vice consul for Sweden and Norway 

dw coiner Pratt and Exeter sts 
Lawson mrs Margaret, Granby st w of Gough 
Lawson James, victualler, Penn avenue s of Hoffman st 
Lawson Robert, victualler, Penn avenue extended 
Lawson mrs Ann, 9 Bond st 
Lawson mrs. victualler, Penn avenue extended 
Lawson Edward, weaver, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 
Lavvton Richard, watchman, Henrietta st near Charles 
Lay George, pattern maker, Hollins st w p 
Layburn Wm, carter, Holliday sts of Centre 
Layton mrs Priscilla, Hull's lane w of Aisquith st 
Lea Abraham, shoemaker, Holland st e of Aisquith 
Lea Robert, carpenter, 244 n Gay st o t 
Lea John, seaman, Wolf st n of Gough 

Leach Wm. manufacturer of gold and silver leaf, 69i Ballo. st 
Leach Hannah, carpet weaver, corner Gay and East sts 
Leach Caleb, Fayette st w of Pine 
Leach Caleb L. lottery and exchange office, 2U n w corner 

Howard and Fayette sis dw Fayette st between Pine 

and Cove 
Leaf Johnsey, ship carpenter, Stiles st w of Exeter 
League Thomas M. clothing store, n e corner Pratt and Gay 

sts dw 44 s Gay 
League mrs Ann, Mill st 
Leage Abm. shoemaker, Strawberry alley n of Alice Anna st 

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Director for 1835. LEE 

League Columbus, shoemaker, Cross st near Johnson 
League Thomas M. dvv 44 s Gay st 

League Wm. shoemaker and watchman, Bond st n of Fleet 
League George, currier, 8 Cheapside dw Lloyd street 3 doors 

s of Salisbury 
League Wm. s vv corner Lloyd and Water sts 
League Luke, sen. shoemaker, Pratt st e of the bridge 
League Thomas M. clothier, n w corner Exeter and Water sts 
League Luke, dealer in wood, Gough st e of Bond 
Leake James, carpenter, Park lane e of Cove st 
Leake Adam, tailor, 50 Light st 
Leakeman Major, Low st w of Aisquith 
Leakin col. Sheppard C. 14 High st 
Leakin Andrew T. 10 High st 

Leaman C. A. shoe dealer, n w corner Market space and Se- 
cond st; dw Aisquith st near Monument 
Leaman Washington J. hatter, 26 n Howard st 
Leaman Elias P. hat manufacturer, 4 Centre Market space 
Leape Henry, High st p of Wilk 
Leapp John, carpenter, 15 n Green st 

Leatherwood J no. grocer, n e corner Light &, Montgomery sts 
tLebar Ely, hack driver, 40 Park st 
Le Barney Nichohs, engineer, William st near Cross 
Le Bon, Charles, clothing store, 103 n Howard st 
Lebrou Anthony, barber, 22 Thames st 
tLebrun Solomon, Bond st n of Wilk 
Lechler George E. cordwainer, Eutaw st n of Lexington 
Le Cour Adolph, Spanish cigar manufacturer, Pratt street 

near the bridge 
Lecoumpt Edward, labourer, Douglass st w of East 
Leche David, dry goods merchant, 75 Baltimore st 
Leckey Jno. Long alley s of Ross st 
Lecount Wm. Pratt st vv of Gough 
Leddin Benjamin, engineer, Constitution st n of French 
Leddy John, grocer, s w corner Liberty and Saratoga sts 
JLedgwick Francis, Carpenter's alley 
Ledley Daniel, brickmaker, Eutaw st opposite Barre 
Ledley Wm. brickmaker, Jefferson row, Conway st 
Ledley Jacob, brickmaker, Green st s of Conway 
Ledley John, shoemaker, Carpenter's alley near Eutaw st 
Ledman Ezekiel, shoemaker, 34 Thames st 
Lee J. G. & co. chemists and druggists, 55 C. Market space 
Lee Elisha, carriage repository, Holliday st s of Saratoga 
Lee Josiah & co. lottery and exchange office, s e corner Bal- 
timore and Calvert sts. dw J. L. Charles street near 
Saratoga 
Lee Daniel, bricklayer, 112 s Sharp st 
Lee Wm. dry goods merchant, 79 Baltimore st 
Lee Williain, grocer, on the Susquehanna Rail Road near 
the City limits 
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LEM Matchers Baltimore 

Lee mrs Eleanor, Green st n of Saratoga 

Lee Susan, l7i Green st 

Lee Wm. carpenter, Cove #t s of Franklin 

Lee Wm carpenter, Park lane extended 

Lee David, 21 s Liberty st 

Lee Charles, blacksmith, Green st n of Baltimore; dw Balti- 
more st e of Green 

Lee Caleb, labourer, corner Union and Ross sts 

Lee Ellen, seamstress, Park lane e of Cove st 

Lee Mordecai, carter, Park lane extended 

Lee John, Park lane extended 

Lee Charles, blacksmith, Baltimore st e of Green 

Lee Edward, wagoner, w end Baltimore st 

Lee James H. shoe store, 65 n Howard st 

Lee Wm. Marion st near Eutaw 

Lee Priscilla, tutoress, Saratoga st near St Paul's lane 

tLee Levin, drayman and blacking maker, Short st 

tLee Wm. seaman, Herring's alley n of Stiles st 

tLee rev. Philip, Howard st near Barre 

tLee DafFney, washer, 7] s Howard st 

tLee Samuel, sawyer, 61 s Howard st 

+ Lee Rebecca, Ruxton st 

tLee Charles, labourer, Busy alley 

tLee Joseph, labourer, Mulberry st w of Pearl [quith 

tLee Saml. white washer and wall colourer, Low st e of Ais- 

tLee Philip, drayman, Run alley n of Fayette st 

+Lee Wm. drayman, 51 n Sharp st 

tLee Charles, jr. Davis st near Bath 

Leech Kulh, corner Market space and Water st 

Leeke Richard & co. dry goods merchants, s w corner of 
Hanover and Pratt sts 

Lee iz Andrew, shoemaker, 231 n Howard st 

Lefalonaera Ann C. Wilk st e of Market 

Lefferman Wm. tanner, French st near High 

Lefler George, iron founder cor Light, st and Hughes's quay 
dw 5 doors from Light [Hughes street 

Lefler Danie! S, engineer, Light st bet. Armirtead lane and 

Legar Elizabeth, shop keeper, Bank lane n side 

Legard Wm. J 20 Ensor st 

Legrand Samuel D. n e cor Baltimore and Caroline sts 

Leib Thomas, harness maker, Bond st n of Lancaster 

Leleandol Frederick, Cross st near Johnson 

Lelacheur William, Franklin st e of Cove 

Leland Richard, iron worker, York st near Light 

Lembeck Peter, carter, Lancaster st e of Garoline 

Lemon Charles, bookbinder, Holiday st near Pleasant 

Lemmon R. &. Co. auctioneers & com mts. Buchannan's whf 

Lemmon Joshua, wagoner, Richmond st near Cathedral 

Lemmon R. firm do. dw Cathedral st near Mulberry 

Lemmon James, cooper, Light st s of Hughes 
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Lemnion miss, Charles st2d door n of Lee 

Lemmon Richard, carpenter, Sugar alley near Charles 8t 

Lemmon Christian, Eutaw street n of Lombard 

Lemmon C. Abraham, clothing store, cor Pratt and Calvert, 

dvv 121 Aisquith street 
tLemmon John, Strawberry alley n of Gough st 
Lennon Joseph G. mariner, 36 Alice Anna st 
Lenox James, cooper, Argyle alley n of Lancaster st 
Lentz & Flack, German and fancy goods, 2204 Baltimore st 
Lentz Joseph, weaver, High st n of Granby 
Lentz Andrew, grocer, Lexington st e of Green 
Leon A. clothing and furniture store, 26 n Eutaw st 
Leonard Amasa, grocer, 72 Hanover street 
Leonard Dr. William, Pratt steof High 
Leonard William, cabinet maker, 76 Conway street 
|Le Parde John, barber, Paca st n of Lexington, dw Peirce 

street w of Pearl 
Lerew John, carpenter, Eutaw st n of Pratt st. dw Lombard 

street w of Eutaw 
Lerew James, carter, Forest st n of Madison 
Lerew David, coachmaker, 8 Peace alley, shop 57 s Howard 
JLeshure Lewis, cigar maker, Biddle alley w of Ross st 
Leslie Robt. sea capt. Baltimore st opposite 2d Presbyterian 
Lester Shipley, carpenter, Conway st e of Green [church 
Lester John, Baltimore st w of Pearl 
Lester William, grocer, s e cor Pratt and President sts 
Lester & Gorsuch, carpenters, German si near Eutaw 
Lester James, carpenter, Mulberry st e of Pine 
Lethcote mrs. 5 Mercer st 
Lethe John, carpenter, Marion st near Howard 
Letherberry Ann, seamstress, Holland st w of Eden 
Letournau J. B. N. grocer, s o cor Aisquith and Gay sts 
Letton Thomas, sailmaker, J35 Bond street 
Letz Frederick, blacksmith, Chamberlain alley near Eutaw st 
Letter Mary, boarding house, 38 High street 
Levering A. R. &, Son, importers and dealers in China, glass 

and Queensvvare, 8 cor Pratt and Cheapside, dw of A. 

R. Levering, Fawn st near High 
Levering Edward, grocer, Cheapside near Pratt st. dwLees 

near Charles 
Levering George, victualler, Pratt e of Eden 
Levering Jesse and Sons, grocers and com. mts. 23 Cheapside 
Levering Jesse, firm of do. dw30 s Sharp street 
Levering and Harrrison, com- mts. 5 Bowly's wharf 
Levering Thomas W. firm do. dw 117 Hanover street 
Levering Peter, 52 s Sharp street 
Leverne John, tobacconist, Wilk st w of Caroline 
Leves Charles, carpenter, Paca st n of Mulberry, shop Ger- 
man st near Green 
Levi Sarah, Welcome alley betw Hanover and Sharp sts 

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Levi Eleanor, Water st vv of High 

Levi Samuel, carpenter, Saratoga st near Park 

tLevi Sally, washer, intersection Harford avenue St Ensor s 

JLevington William, pastor of St. James's Church, 52 s Hov - 

Levitt William, watchman, s Charles st extended [ard 

Levy Thomas P. house and sign painter, 37 s Gay street, dw 

Salisbury st 2d door w of Lloyd 
Levy Joseph M. Pratt st 1 door e of Caroline 
Lewis John, carpenter and joiner, Tripolet's alley 
Lewis Joseph N. bookseller and stationer, 272 Baltimore st, 

dw 7 Saratoga street 
Lewis John, paper stainer, Montgomery st near Charles 
Lewis John, draper and tailor, 14 South street 
Lewis Philip, Howard st near Richmond 
Lewis Charles S. coin. mt. 7 n Charles street 
Lewis Conrad, carpenter, Hill st near Charles 
Lewis mrs Ann, seamstress, Temple street 
Lewis Levi, constable, Armistead lane near Light 
Lewis mrs Elizabeth, Pratt st 3 doors w of Market 
Levyis John, 48 Front st 
Lewis Eli, Fayette st 2 doors e of Pine 
Lewis James, shoemaker, Armistead lane 
Lewis John, rigger, 12 Fleet street 
Lewis Rachel, Montgomery street near Charles 
tLevvis Andrew, blacksmith. Run alley n of Lexington st 
tLewis Ann M. Pine st s of Peirce 

jLewis William, waiter, Hull's lane 10 doors wofAisquith st 
tLewis John, seaman, s e cor Strawberry alley &, Wilk st 
tLewis John, Ross st e of Paca 

Leymours Henry, cabinet maker, William alley near Wm. st 
tLewis John, barber, Lexington st w of Eutaw dw Pine st 4 
tLewis Catherine, Park st extended [of* Peirce 

Leypold William F. nine merchant and grocery, 61 n Gay st 

dw 96 Harrison street 
Leypold mrs E. 61 n Gay street 
Lias John, carpenter, Union st w of Penn. avenue 
Liberty Fire Co. house intersection of Park, Fayette and 

Liberty streets 
Library Baltimore, n e cor Holliday and Fayette streets 
Lichtenberger Michael, cordwainer, Eutaw st n of Dutch al 
Liddle Thomas, tailor, Frederick st near Water 
Liddle Mary, shopkeeper, Caroline st s of Wilk 
Lieutand Dennis, carpenter, Baltimore st s side 
Light John, carpenter, Pinest e side s of Saratoga 
Light mrs Mary, nurse, 151 s Eutaw street 
Lightner N. shoemaker, Stiles st w of Bishop alley 
Lightner Henry tinner and sheet iron worker, Forest st s of 
Ligon T. Watkins, attorney at law, 24 St. Paul st [Hillen 
tLillett Elizabeth, Chesnut alley w of Pearl street 
tLillett John, labourer, East st n of Douglass 

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Lilly Abraham, brickmaker, commons n of Spring gardens 
Lilly Alonzo and Co. comb and variety store, 201 Baltimore 

street, d\v A. L. Franklin st near Cathedral 
Lilly Richard, saddler, Hampstead st e of Spring 
Limas Charles, waiter, Salisbury alley e of Fayette st 
jLimas William, drayman, Pleasant st near Park 
Lindenberger mrs. boarding house, cor Calvert & Saratoga sts 
Lindenberger mrs Eliza, cor St. Paul &. Saratoga sts 
Lindenberger mrs Ann, boarding house, Lexington st near 

Charles street 
Lindenman Conrad, baker, Hanover st near Hill 
Lindsey William, shoemaker, 63 n Gay street o. t. 
Lindsey William, carpenter, Orleans st e of Aisquith 
Lindsay Alexander, bricklayer, Conway st w of Green 
Lineberger George, cordwainer, Eutaw st n of Camden 
Lineberger miss Susan, w end Baltimore street 
Lineberger Win, tinner, Baltimore st betw Caroline & Spring 
Lineberger George wheelwright, Wine st e of Cove 
Lineman Charles, grocer, 15 Harrison st 
Linert Samuel, labourer, Eager alley near Mulberry st 
Linginfelter mrs Elizabeth, George st w of Penn. avenue 
Lingford miss Sarah, milliner, Saratoga st near Courtland 

Linindell , pedlar, Alice Anna st e of Caroline 

Linneman John, labourer, Apple alley s of Alice Anna street 
Linthicum Henry, tailor Bane st near Sharp 
Linthicum Richard, 72 n Charles st 
Linzey William, grocery store, cor Long alley and Ross st 
Linzey mrs Catherine, St. Mary st n of Penn. avenue 
Linzey William, iron founder, William street 
Lions John, tailor, n e cor Monument and Ensor sts 
Lipp George, carpenter, Union st eof Penn avenue 
Lipp Joseph, tailor, Lexington st w of Eutaw 
Lipp mrs Catherine, St. Mary st n of Penn. avenue 
Lippman Jacob, umbrella maker, 182 n Gay st o. t 
Lipscomb Jesse, grocer, 2 Light st wharf, dw Barre st near 
Lipscomb Conway, hair dresser, 62 w Pratt st. [Hanover 

Lisbet Jonathan, 'weaver, Franklin st extended 
LishaNacha, German street extended 

Litsinger Richard, millwright, Peach alley w ofChatsworth st 
Litter Mary, dress maker, Pearl street n ofMulberry 
Littig Caleb B. firm Philip Littig and Son, dw courtland st n 
Littig Rachel, Gough street w of Caroline of Saratoga 

Littig Philip & Son, comb and brush manufacturers, 179 

Baltimore street, dw of P. L. 3S n Eutaw st 
Littig Luther, grocer, Exeter st n of Pratt 
Little William, corner Patterson and Cable streets 
Little Joseph, bricklayer, Green st sofKee 
Little Jacob, Gay st e of Monument 
Little Richard, weaver, Peirce st e of Cove 
Little Robert grocer, Lombard street near Light 



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Little William, seaman, High street n of Granby 
Little James, ship joiner, 12 Ann st 
Littlefield mrs Susannah, 13*2 n Howard st 
l*ittlejohn John, Paca st e of Green 
Littlejohn John jr. 32 s Howard st 
Livers Nicholas, labourer, Preston st w of Ross 
Livingston Peter, cordwainer, Lee st w of Hanover 
Livingston James, shoemaker, near Charles st city spring 
Livingston Stephen, shoe store, 56i Hanover st 
Livingston James, shoemaker, Forest not Douglass st 
Livingston Constant, Cross st near William 
Lloyd Geo. barber, 73 Hanover st 
Lloyd Jno. J. attorney at law, Fayette st near Calvert 
Lloyd mrs M. Lexington st e of Cove 
Lloyd Charles, 44 Lerew's alley 
tLloyd Mary, Apple alley, s of Fleet st 
Loane Joseph, sail maker, 67 Smith's wharf, dw Stiles near 
Loane Thomas, confectioner,Calvertst s of Mulberry [Gough 
Loane Jno. rope maker, Gay st e of Forest 
Loane Edmund, shoe store, 66 Lexington st 
Loather Jno. feed store, n e corner East and Gay st 
Lock T. M. com mt. 12 Light st wharf 
Lock Nat. turner and drum maker,corner Charles & Perry st8 
Lock Thomas O. grocer, 163 n Gay st o t 
Lock Jno. carter, Apple alley n oi Wilk st 
fLocke Alex. Peirce st w of Pearl 
tLockman Daniel, sawyer, Low st Stillhouse row 
JLockman Fanny, washer, Ivy alley 
Locks Alex. 15 s Howard st 
Lockward Doctor J. P. no 11 Harrison st 
Lockwood Edward, Hawk st 
Lockwood Wm. tailor, 25 Sterling st 

Lockwood John, draper and tailor, no. 1 St. Paul st dw Mul- 
berry 3d door w of Park st 
Lockwood Cranby E. cordwainer, Paca st n of Lexington 
tLodge Moses, seaman, Happy alley, n of Gough st 
Logan Mary, Calvert near Centre st 
Logan Saml. L. baker, 82 Wagon alley 
Logan Hugh, cabinet maker, 50 n Liberty st 
Logan Jno. tailor # corner Mercer & Grant sts 
Logan James, labourer, Jackson st n side 
Logan Joseph, cooper, 38 Lerew's alley, dw Franklin st near 
Logie Jessay, milliner, 54 n Liberty st do. 

Logsdon Caleb, hatter, Caroline st s of Pratt 
Logue Eliz. seamstress, Chamberlain alley near Eutaw st 
Logue T. stone mason, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 
Logue Michael, shoemaker, 94 Ensor st. dw Potter st s of Low 
Loker Michael, Alice Anna st no 97 
tLornas David, caulker, Fleet street e of Bond 
Lomax' James, glass maker, 5 Water st near Calvert 
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Lomin Henry, tavern keeper, 69 w Pratt street 

tLondon James P. Potter street n of Douglass 

Loney William, dry goods merchant, cor Gay and High stt 

Long Richard D. carpenter, 42 n Gay street, shop Grant at 

near Baltimore 
Long Reuben, 34 Conway street 
Long Samuel, boot and shoemaker, 59 South street 
Long Harman, grocer, cor Howard and Barre sts 
Long Levi, boot & shoemaker, basement of City hotel, Cal- 
Long Thomas H. tinner, Thames st e of Market [vert at 

Long Elizabeth, seamstress, Temple street 
Long mrs Mary, 73 n Gay street 
Long Thomas, plumber, Shakspeare st w of Market 
Long Sarah, grocer, cor East and Ensor sts 
Long Cornelius B. shoestore, 5 Market street 
Long Henry, printer, 115 Aisquith street 
Longly George, carter, Amity st n of Lexington 
Longly William, labourer, Busy alley 
JLongly John, brickmaker, Eutaw st opposite Barre 
Lookinland Andrew, victualler, Amity st n of Lexington 
Looney Martha, grocer, 67 e Baltimore street 
Looney Charles, shoemaker, Holland st e of Harford run 
Lorkin William, grocery and flour mt. 39 C. Market space 
Lorman William, merchant, s e cor Charles & Lexington sta 
Lorman Joseph, tavern keeper, and drayman, 34 Block atreet 
Lorton Maria, Peach alley w of Chatsworth st 
Lorton William, boot maker, Henrietta st near Charlea 
Lory Edward, fisherman, William st near Cross 
Lottery Commissioners' office, Fayette st near Calvert 
{Louden Jenty, Star alley, n of Fleet st 
Loudenslager, Thomas, victualler, Loudenslager's hill n aide 
Loudenslager Conrad, carpenter, Union st e of Pine 
Louge Peter, labourer, 74 s Howard st 

Louman & Mitchell,tavern keepers, 73 &81 M'Elderry's whf 
Lourman Henry, shoemaker, Light st near Quay alley- 
Love Andrew, shoemaker Henrietta st near Charles 
Love Wm. S. apothecary and chemist, 65 Lexington st 
Lovegrove James, bookseller, stationer and bookbinder, 23 ■ 
Lovejoy Amos, dry goods mt. 45 Baltimore at CaUert st, 
Lovell Wm baker, 57 n Gay st 
Lovering Henry, com mt 75 Bowley's wharf 
fLovet Perry, drayman, Low st. bet High and Exeter 
Lovet Wm. ropemaker, Light st s of West 
Low Catherine,Long alley n of Franklin st 
Low Thos. H. printer, Mulberry st near Park 
Low John, shoe store, 34 Pratt near Hanover st 
Low Alfred, painter, Alice Anna st e of Caroline 
Low mrs Sarah, China store, Eutaw street n of Lexington 
tLowe David, porter, Marion atreet near Park 
Lowe Henderson P. Paca at s of Mulberry 

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Lower Conrad, labourer, w end Baltimore street 

Lowndes James, Holland st e of Aisquitli 

Lowry William, St. Paul st s of Mulberry 

Lowry Robt.H. Barnet st near Sharp 

Lowry Robert H. dw Barnet st near Sharp 

Lowry mr. of Custom house, Wilk st e of Exeter 

Lowry Thos. I. tailor, Penn. av. extended, shop 52 Balto. st 

Lowry George, grocer, Aisquith st n of Douglass 

Lowry John, ship carpenter, 46 Happy alley 

Lucas & Deaver, printers, 19 s Calvert st. dw J. L. Exeter 

street near Water 
Lucas Fielding jr. bookseller & stationer, 138 Batimore st. dw 

n e cor st Paul and Saratoga streets 
Lucas Samuel, brewer, n e cor Hanover and Conway sts. dw 

103 Hanover street 
Lucas Sarah, Commons n of Spring Gardens 
Lucas Thomas, shoemaker, \7l Market street 
Lucas Thomas, shoemaker, 7 Bank street 
Lucas capl Thomas, Stiles st w of Exeter 
Lucas Edward, shoemaker, 62 Market st f p 
Lucas James, bricklayer, Friendship st 2d door n of Orleans 
Lucas Joshua, carpenter, Schroeder st n of Saratoga 
Lucas Peter B. tailor, Fleet st w of Bond 
Lucas Wm, &, R. N. Wight, booksellers and stationers, 110 
Lucas William R. dw cor German & Green sis [Balto. st 
+ Lucas George, labourer, 13 Concord street 
Luck Rebecca, 49 Fleet street 
tLuckey John, wheelwright, 3 Sterling street 
Ludden Lemuel, hardware merchant, u w cor Liberty and 

Baltimore sts 
Ludekin Henry D. tailor, 85 Harrison st 
Luffley George, iron worker, York st near Light 
Lugent Christiana, St. Man" st n of Penn avenue 
Luginsland Daniel, confectioner, Penn. av n of Franklin st 
Luman Christian, music teacheV, 106 Exeter street 
Luntz Joseph, carpet manufacturer, Granby st w of Albemarle 
Lurman G. W. firm of Oelricks &, Lurman, dw Charles st 
tLurton Grace., Lee st. e of Charles [3 dours n of Mulberry 
Lusby N. dry goods store, 21 w Pratt street 
Lusby William, clothing store, 40 s Calvert st & Baltimore st 

2 doors e of Calvert 
Lusby William, merchant tailor, 111 Baltimore street 
Lush John, carpenter, Ede t n street s of Pratt 
Lutheran Church, (1st Evangelical English) Lexington st. betvr 

Park and Howard streets 
Luthold Catherine, Pearl street n of Mulberry 
Lutts Frederick, cedar cooper, Park lane e of Pine street 
Lydia mrs. hotel, Chesnut alley w of Pine street 
Lyel John, millwright Hill st near Light 
Lyeth Samuel, carpenter, Green st n of Mulberry 
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Lyelh Samuel, carpenter, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Lyford William G. prop, of South street Hotel & Coffee house, 
Lyman Edwin, Mulberry st e of Paca [38 South 6treet 

Lymonds Joseph, 4 Ann street 

Lynch &, Uraft, oil and paint merchants, 15 Cheapside, dw 
Lymonds Joseph, 4 Ann street [E. L.45 Front st 

Lynch John, clock and watch maker, 7 Franklin street 
Lynch Joseph, paver, Mullikin st e of Bond 
Lynch Adam, watchman, Penn. avenue extended 
tLynch Henry, Howard street near Richmond 
Lyon Dr. Samuel, e Baltimore st 2 doors w of Temple 
Lytle R. A. clock and watchmaker, 1 Water st e of Calvert, 

dw Pitt st w of Eden 
Lyon John, s e corner Sharp and Conway sts 
Lyon mrs Mary, boarding house, 12 s Liberty st 
Lyon James, iron founder, Lombard st near 3 tuns tavern 
Lyonberger George, wheelwright, Wine st e of Cove 
Lyonberger miss Susan, w end Baltimore st s side 
Lyons John, weaver, Franklin st e of Chatsworth 
Lyons John, Charles st near Lee [Lee 

Lyons Elizabeth, mantua maker, and .milliner, Charles st near 
Lyons Wm. grocer, Potter st s of French 
Lysher Zephaniah, grocery and liquor store, corner of Cove 
and Franklin sts 

ItJLaBEN Andrew, stone cutter, Preston st w of Ross 

Macaulay Dr. Patrick, 83 Lombard st 

Maccubbin Thomas, dry goods merchant, 57i Lexington st 

Mace Nancy, corner Market space and Water st 

Mace Stephen, shoemaker, Potter st n of Necessity alley 

Macher Benjamin, constable, German st near Green 

Mackheimer John, tavern, 51 Park st 

Macilroy Thomas, merchant, 1 Light st wharf 

Mackall Benjamin, Armistead lane 

Mackenheimer Wm. tailor, Peace alley w o( Eutaw st 

Mackenzie C. S. apothecary, n e corner Gay and Balto. sts 

Mackenzie Thomas, saddler and importer of Saddlery, 46 

South street 
Mackenzie Dr. John P. Fayette st opposite Assembly rooms 
McKenzie James, barber, Saratoga st op. African Church 
Maclin Thomas, labourer, 44 Front st 
Mackner Vincent, labourer, Columbia st between Howard 

and Eutaw 
Macy Reuben B. carver, Thames st e of Market 
Madairy John, engraver, Lee st between Hanover and Sharp 
Madden John, labourer, Cross st near William 
Maddiu George, cooper, wend Baltimore st 
Maddin John, plaisterer, Barre st near Charles 
Madison Wm. keeper of Lumber yard, Harford avenue n of 

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Maddox Charles T. Barnet st near Sharp 
Maddox Thomas, shoemaker, 103 Bond st 
MadevvellJno. C. tobacconist, Orleans st 5 doors eof Aisquith 
Madewell John, tobacconist, Canal st n of Orleans 
Maffei Angelo, jewelry and fancy dry goods dealer, 40 Cen- 
tre Market space 
Magan mrs Sophia, fancy store, 14 e Baltimore st 
Magaurin mrs Elizabeth, dry goods and fancy store, Lexing" 
Magers Elias, tobacconist, 32 e Pratt st [ton st e of Green 
Magness Zachariah, brickmaker, Green st s of Conway 
Magness Benjamin, chair maker, corner Bank &, Thames sts 
Magness James, labourer, Douglass st e of Forrest 
Magness James, tailor, Canal st s of M'Elderry 
Magness John, merchant tailor, 20 Baltimore st 
Magrain mrs Mary, Penn avenue s of Union st 
Magraw Susan, grocer, Concord st 
Magraw Michael, labourer, 7 Commerce st 
tMagree Vincent, Caroline st sof Wilk 
Magruder J. S. attorney at law, St Paul st s of Saratoga 

Magruder R. B. judgeBaltimore County Court, St Paul st s 
of Saratoga, dw Saratoga st w of St Paul 

Magruder Wm. attorney at law, cor Fayette and St Paul sts 

tMagruder Francis, labourer, Short st near Jefferson 

Maguire Patrick, weaver, Franklin st extended 

Maguire John, bookseller, Water st 2d door e of Frederick 

Maguire J. L. justice of the peaee^^ s Charles st near Pratt 
dw n e corner Lee and Sharp sts 

Maguire Dr. 15 s Gay st [near Pleasant 

Maguire Michael J. carpenter, 50 n Gay st, dw Holliday st 

Mahaney John, bookbinder, 5 s Howard st 

Maherner Matthias, 40 Ann st 

Mahorney Thomas, bricklayer, Aisquith st s of Orleans 

Maiden Jesse, patent balance and scale beam maker, 53 Exe- 
ter street, shop 69 Pratt st 

Mainly Thomas, second hand clothing store, 45 Second st 

tMaine Andrew, seaman, 124 Wolf st 

Mainster Sarah, Eden st s of Pratt 

Mainster Israel, rope maker at rope walk, Market st 

Mainster Dr. Samuel, High st n of Gay 

Major Wm. Thames st w of Bond 

Makepeace Royal, agent for Canton company, Salisbury st 
between High and Exeter 

Malcom P. grain merchant, Wood st Bowly's wharf 

Malcom P. tavern keeper, Calvert st n of Fayette 

Male Wm. tailor, 201 Bond st 

tMales Charles, carter, Potter st n of Douglass 

Mallon John, block and pump maker, 3 Cheapside 

Maloy Conrad, tailor, Second st w of Gay, dw Exeter st opp. 

Methodist Church 
Maloy mrs Marv, Baltimore st e of Caroline 
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Maloy mrs Susannah, Pratt st 7 doors w of Market 
Mallonel Jno. dry goods store, Pratt st bet. Howard & Eutavv 
Mallonel Daniel," corner Pearl and Saratoga sts 
Mallonel George, bull head tavern, Front st n of Gay 
Mallonel Wrn. dry goods mt. 165 Baltimore st, dw Fayette st 

2d door from Liberty 
JMalone Nathaniel, waiter, Biddle alley w of Ross st 
tMalson Jacob, Run alley s of Lexington st 
Malter Alphouse, accountant, Front st s of Low 
tManes Scipio, labourer, Chatsworth sts of Franklin 
Maning Wm. grocer, corner Cove and German sts 
Alanjeu Rachel, Potter st s of Douglass 
Mankin Isaiah, commission merchant, and agent for the Old 
Line New York packets, corner Gay and Pratt sts. dw 
n e corner Courtland and Mulberry sts 
Manly mrs Elizabeth, tailoress, Happy al. n of Alice Anna^st 
Mann Geo. &l Benjamin, tin plate and sheet iron workers, 59 
Mann Wm. carter, Camden st'near Howard [Lexington st 
Mann John, grocery and liquor store, 117 n Eutaw st 
Mann Torrance, porter, Wilk st e of Exeter 
Manning Samuel, attorney at law, basement of Barnum's ho- 
tel Fayette st. dw s w corner Barre and Charles sts 
Manns Charles, shoemaker, Douglass st e of Forrest 
Manroe Jonathan, grocer, 268i Baltimore, st, dw 18 n Liberty 
Manship Charles H. 47 Hanover st 
Mans Wm. clothing store, 15 Harrison st 
MansfieJd?Wm. collector, Eastst n of Pitt 
Mansderfer George, cordwainer, cor Preston st and Penn av, 
Manuel Henry, baker, 75 Ensor st 
Manson John, tailor, 22 Thames st 
Mantle Eli, carpenter, corner Saratoga and Park sis 
Mantz Henry & co. grocers, 321 Balto. st 
Marble Sirius, machinist, Sharp st near Busy alley 
Marcelly mrs. lis Charles st 
March Peregrine, 15 Comet st 
Marchand Lewis, 100 Pitt st corner Aisquith 
Marfield Samuel, saddler, firm Rogers &c M. Pratt st dw 115 
Marfield Elizabeth, 111 s Sharp st [Sharp st 

Marfield Henry, cabinet maker, Baltimore st w of Paca 
Marine Bank of Baltimore, n e corner Gay and Second sts 
Maris George, Charles st n of Lexington 
Marjorum Haman, [cooper, cor Hudson 8c Boston sts Canton 
Mark John H. tailor, 17 Park st 
Marker John, corner Peach alley and Pearl sts 
Market Hanover, n w corner Hanover and Camden sts 
Market Richmond, corner Richmond and Howard sts 
Market Belle Air, Forest st 

Market Lexington, corner Lexington and Eutaw sts 
Market Centre, running from Baltimore st s to Dugan's whf 
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Market Fell's point, from County wharf to Alice Anna st. 
Marley James, carter, Hollins st w p 
Marks Michael, tobacconist, Eutavv st n of New 
Markus Moses, pedlar, Alice Anna st e of Caroline 
Marley Richard, cordwainer, Pearl st s of Fayette 
Marr Matthew, painter, 12 Salisbury st 
Marr John, cooper, Argyle alley s of Wilk st 
Marrigus Moses, pedlar Caroline st s of Wilk [Hamilton sts 
Marriott miss Sarah, fancy dress maker, corner St Paul and 
Marriott Augustus, millwright, York av. n of Monument st 
Marriott and Hardesty, wholesale dry goods merchants, 241 
tMarriott Hester, Peirce st w of Pearl [Baltimore st 

Marriott Elizabeth, seamstress, Pearl st s of Fayette 
Marriott John H. shoemaker, 57 cor Baltimore street fit Trip- 
let's alley, dw Jackson street s side 
Marriott Joshua* cooper, 169 French street 
Marriott Thomas D. ladies' shoemaker, Saratoga' st 2d door 

w of Liberty street 
Marrow Isaac, collector, Franklin street w of Pine 
Marrow Timothy, slater & plaisterer, Eden st n of Monument 
Marsdon James H. wholesale glass warehouse, 4 Lorman row 

Hanover street, dw Baltimore st w of Exeter 
Marsh Margaret, tailoress, St. Paul st n of Franklin 
Marsh Isaac, shoemaker, Alice Anna street e of Ann 
Marsh Hannah, tailoress, Douglass street w of Forest 
Marsh mrs E. B. boarding house, 63 Fayette street 
Marsn John, 20 Fayette street 
Marshall Mary Ann, fancy store, 25 Second story Bazaar, dw 

Douglass st near East 
Marshall Daniel, carter, Happy alley n of Fleet street 
Marshall mrs Elizabeth, Happy alley n of Wilk street 
Marshall mrs Tracey, seamstress, 25 s Gay street 
Marshall F. labourer, York avenue 

Marshall, mrs. boarding house, over n e cor Holliday and 
Marshall Catherine Caroline st n of Pratt [Baltimore sta 

Marshall Edmund, n e cor Fayette and St. Paul st 
Marshal William L. attorney at law, St. Paul st near Fayette, 

dw Hamilton betw Charles and Cathedral sts 
Marshall Henry, stone mason, 1 Temple street 
Marshall Capt Levin,Gough street e of Caroline 
{Marshall Wesley, porter, Fayette street e of Pine 
Marsden James, tavern, Penn. avenue, s of Biddle st 
Marsechitz Wm. clothing store, cor French &, Constitution 
Marselas John E. ladies shoemaker, High st n of Baltimore 
Marston Jas. H. glass store, Lorman row, dw 33 e Baltimore st 
Martin James & William, feed store, 6 Pratt st wharf, dw of 

J. Martin, cor Sharp and Columbia sts 
Martin Elijah, Lee st e ofCharles 
Martin Charles, fruit dealer, 51 n Gay street 
Martin Robe, tavern keeper, Fayette st n side e of St. Paul 

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Martin William, sen. bandbox maker, 153 Commerce street 

Martin Wm. jr. turner, 19 Commerce street 

Martin James, Lovely lane 

Martin John, tailor &, scourer, 37 s Charles street 

Martin James, com. mt. col Calvert and Pratt sts. dw 46 s 

Martin William, carpenter, Long alley s of Ross st [Sharp st 

Martin Andrew, turner, Annapolis road, near Spring Gardens 

Martin mrs James, Pitt st e of Front 

Martin John, wood corder, Holland st e of Aisquith 

Martin Dr. Samuei B. Pratt st 2 doors e of Eden 

Martin John, ornamental sash maker, St. Mary st s of Ross 

Martin Thomas, labourer. Biddle alley vv of Ross st 

Martin Samuel, tobacconist, Mulberry st w of Pearl 

Martin John, carpenter, Saratoga st wofShroeder 

Martin Hugh, carpenter, Saratoga st w ofShroeder 

Martin John, labourer, Rock street near Saratoga 

Martin George, victualler, w end Baltimore street 

Martin mrs Ann, 16 Fleet street 

Martin St Valette, grocers 66 Baltimore street 

Martin M. boarding house, Camden st near Charles 

Martin George, bricklayer, Hill street near Charles 

Martin Andrew, Park st near Mulberry 

Martin John, 78 s Howard street 

Martin James, hat block maker, Fayette st near Gay 

Martin George, rope maker, Ann st n of Gough 

Martin William, turner, Fayette st near Gay 

Martin George, painter, 60 High street 

Martin William, carpenter, 17 High street 

{Martin Henry, porter, Inloes alley 

tMartin Henry, labourer, Saratoga st w of Cove 

tMartin Thomas, caulker, Spring st n of Gough 

tMartin Joshua, carter, Chesnut alley w of Pearl st 

tMartin Jane, Peach alley w of Pearl st 

tMartin Luther, labourer, William st near Cross 

Martinet Joseph, French st opposite Exeter 

Marye mrs R Franklin street near Charles 

Mash William, labourer, Eutaw st e side near Ostend 

Mask Isaac, tailor, cor Fayette &, Pearl sts 

Mask Charles VV. carpenter, Columbia st betw Sharp and 

Mas* Wm. M. carpenter 23 Camden st [Howard sts 

Mask Wm. carpenter, shop 72 s Howard st 

Mason Richard C. bisbuit &o cracker baker, Pratt street e of 

South, dw n Frederick street 
Mason Gottfred, baker, Wilk w of Ann 
Mason Richard jr. baker, High st s of Fawn 
Mason George, lottery, office, 58 w Pratt street 
Mason mrs Elizabeth, Forest street near Penitentiary 
Mason Peter, dw Green st n of Lombard, 
Mason William, Pratt st w of High 
Mason John, accountant, Pearl st s of Fayette 

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Mason Timothy, grocer, Camden st near Sharp 
Mason Mary, 53 Pearl street 
Mason Abraham, sail maker, Ann st s of Wilk 
JMason Noble, labourer, Chatsworth st n of Franklin 
tMason Thomas, labourer, Addison st n side 
Masonic Hall, St. Paul st n of Fayette, see Appendix 
Massault Fenelon, 47 n Gay street 

Mass Samuel, cooper, Paca street n of Mulberry, shop Frank- 
lin st e of Eutaw 
Massey Thomas, wheelwright, 22 Sterling street 
Massey A. carpenter. Orleans street 1st house e of Har. run 
Massey Nathan, blacksmith, 180 n Gay street 
Massey Jesse, hatter, 5 Mercer street 
Massecott capt William, 45 Albemarle 
Mast Henry, jr. confectioner, Eden street s of York 
Masterson Charles, labourer, Penn. avenue n of Franklin st 
Masterson mrs Mary, Biddle alley w of Ross street 
Matchett Richard J. printer, cor Gay & Water sts, dw 65 
Matha mrs Mary A. Union st e of Penn avenue [Harrison st 
Mathers and Martin, merchant tailors, 52 w Fayette street 
Mathers James, taiior, Fayette st e of Howard, dw 31 Pearl 
Mather Elizabeth, tailoress, 24 Sterling street 
Maihiot A. fancy chair maker, 18 n Gay street 
Mathiot mrs Mary, East sts of Ensor 
Mathiot mrs Elizabeth, grocer, High st n of Stiles 
Mattan Jesse labourer, Biddle alley w of Ross st 
Matthews John jr. 93 Pratt st between Howard and Eutaw sts 
Matthews Alexander, tanner, Forest st n of Madison 
Matthews Joshua, 17 McElderry's wharf 
Matthews Wm. drayman, Eager alley near Franklin st 
Matthews &, Hopkins, com. mts. 10 Bowly's wharf, dw of T. 

R. Mathews, 34 Eutaw street 
Matthews Michael, shop keeper, cor Hull's lane & Forest st 
Matthews Susan, 107 n Eutaw street 
Matthews John, labourer, Inloes alley 
Matthews Samuel, s e cor Pitt and East sts 
Matthews Thomas, lumber merchant, 97 High street 
Matthews John, 178 n Gay street o. t. 
Matthews John, carpenter, 10 New street 
Matthews Thomas, millwright, Baltimore st w of Cove 
Matthews L. B. botanic physician, Fleet st w of Apple alley 
tMatthews Lemuel G. labourer, Run alley n of Fayette 
tMatthews William, drayman, 33 Lerew's alley 
tMatthews Betsy, Moore alley w of Eutaw street 
tMatthews Richard, porter, Saratoga st w of Green 
iMatlbews James trunk maker, Saratoga st w of Green 
Matthison John, grocer, Montgomery st near Charles 
Mattin James; grocery &, liquor store, s w cor Pearl & Fayette 
Mattingly John, watchman, Montgomery st near Charles 
Mattis John, Madison st n of Biddle 
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ijMattix Lazarus, porter. Park, lane e of Pine st 
Mattox Rachel, tavern keeper, 80 w Pratt st near Sharp 
Mattox William, Water st 1st house w of Harford run 
Mattox Thomas, watchman, Sugar alley 
Maule George, tailor, Charles st near Montgomery 
Maulseed Samuel, Richmond st near Howard 
Maulsby David L. grocer 114 High'st 
Maureau Louisa, tutoress, n w corner New & Paca sts. 
Maurer Henry, confectioner, 100 n Howard st 
Maxfield, Susan, victualler, York avenue 
Maxfield J no. labourer, Lombard st near Hanover 
Maxwell Jno. stone cutter, Pitt st one door s of Eden 
tMaxwell Sarah, washer, Salisbury st w of Harford run 
MaxwellNJoseph, labourer, 15 Lerew's alley- 
May Edward, carpenter, Paca st n of Franklin 
May James, painter, 2 Saratoga st 
May &, Cole, carpenters, Davis st near Lexington, dw E May 

Paca st n of Franklin 
May bury William, bricklayer, Covest n of Pearce 
May bury Thomas, plaister inspector, Cove st n of Peirce 
May dwell John, 68 Harrison street 
Mayer Brantz, residence Saratoga betw. Pearl & Pine sts office 

Cortland st betw, Lexington &c Saratoga 
Mayer Henry, tailor, Low w of Aisquith st ' 
Mayer B Charles F. Franklin st near Charles, office Courtland st 

betw. Lexington and Saratoga sts 
Mayer Christian, president Neptune Insurance Co. & Consul 

of Wurtemburg, office Exchange, dw Saratoga st e of 
Mayers Nicholas, shipping master, 107 Bond st [Pine 

Mayfield John, gunlocksmith, Baltimore st e of Eden 
Mayfield Thomas, sup. of drug mill, se cor of Green & Ger- 
Mayfield Maria, Baltimore st e of Cove [man sts 

Mayfield Elizabeth, milliner, 63 n Howard st 
Mayfield William, carpenter, Williamson alley 
Mayger Richard, machinist, 109 Aisquith st 
Mayger Charles, millwright, Potter st n of Necessity alley 
May hew Wm. E. &, Co. com. mts. 20 s Charles st. dw of W* 

E. M. 26 St. Paul st 
Maynard Charles, hairdresser, 18 n Gay st 
Maynard mrs Mary, Pratt st 4th house e President 
Maynard Doctor, 11 German st 
Mayner Jno. tailor, s Charles st 
Mayo Jno. tavern keeper, 67 Hanover st 
Mayo Simon, seaman, Lancaster st w of Market 
Mayor's office, City Hall Holiday st 
McAlease mrs Phoebe, tailoress, Granby st w of Gough 
McAleese Archibald, grocer, ke corner Park & Saratoga sts 
McAllister John, chair msnufacturer, 34 Harrison street, dw 

Forest street near Ensor 
McAllister Archibald, grocer, Fawn st w of High 

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MCC Matchers Baltimore 

McAllister John, clerk, 144 n Eutavv street 

McAvoy Hugh, corMulbery and Park sts 

McCabe John, saddle, harness & trunk maker, 181 Bond st 

McCabe mrs. washer, 11 Tyson st 

McCatfry mrs, dress maker, 1 Saratoga street 

McCafferty Mary, 35 s Liberty street 

McCatferty Elizabeth, Pine street w side s of Franklin 

McCafferty Elizabeth, Eden st n of Baltimore 

McCage Robert, cigar maker, Fell's street near Charles 

McCahel, Michael, labourer, Amity st n of Baltimore 

McCain mrs. Pearl street s of Mulberry 

McCain John, hackman, carpenter's alley near Eutaw 

McCall Robert, cordwainer, Green st s of Conway 

McCall Patrick. Monument st e of Harford run 

McCall John, Monument st e of Harford run 

McCallister John, chair maker. Forest st betw Ensor & Hillen 

McCally James, grocer, cor Orleans and Forest streets 

McCally William, bricklayer, cor High and Water streets 

McCanger Keziah, 85 n Exeter street 

McCann Henry, blacksmith, Water st near Grant 

McCann Charles, tavern keeper, 15 Light st wharf 

McCann Joseph, grocer, n e cor Holliday and-Bathsfs 

McCann Charles, carter, Cove st n ofFranklin 

McCann mrs Charles, millinery &. fancy store, n e cor Mul* 

berry and Eutaw sts 
McCann Henry, blacksmith, 5 Mercer street 
JMcCannon Francis, caulker, Happy alley n of Alice Annast 
McCardle Patrick, labourer, Forest street n of Madison 
McCarrier James, grocer, cor Friendship and Thomson sts 
McCarthy Sarah, boarding house, 85 w Pratt street 
McCart Torrance, labourer, Spring street s of Pratt 
McCarty Charles, grocer, 46 Light street 
McCarty Sarah, Forest st n of Madison 
McCaskey James, huckster, Shakspeare st w of Market 
McCaully William, bricklayer, n w cor High and Water sts 
McCaully Joseph upholsterer, 18 Sterling street 
McCausland Margery, Light st near York 
McCay mrs Bank st e of Market 
McCay Charles, labourer, Cross st near William 
McCeney Benjamin, dry goods merchant, 83 Baltimore st 
McChane Charles, watchmaker, Holland st e of Eden 
McClain William, East street n of Hillen 

McClaskey , huckster, Harford road n w side 

McClatchie mrs Margaret, mantua maker, 58 Gough st 
McCleatchey John, carter, L. Hughes st near Charles 
McClean Cornelius, attorney at law, Masonic Hall, Court- 
house lane 
McCleary Walters, carpenter, Saratoga st e of Paca 
McCleary James, keeper of powder magazine, s Charles st 
McCJellan Andrew, cordwainer, Lunn's lane n of Conway st 
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Director for 1835. * MCC 

McClellan John, weaver. Franklin st extended 
McClelland Robert, tavern keeper, Water st e of the Market 
McClelland Samuel, Pine st w side s of Fayette 
McClelland John, labourer,|cor Happy alley and Wilk street 
McCleavy Francis, Columbia st w of Paca 
McCloy Jane, Pratt street 6 doors vv of Market 
McCloy Jane, Pratt st 6 doors vv of Market 
McCliesh Capt Archibald, Ann st s of Lancaster 
McClintock Matthew, grocer, Short st n of Jefferson 
McClure John, shoe store, 63 Harrison street 
McClure mrs Amelia, seamstress, Alice Anna st w of Ann 
McClure John & Co. grocers., 119 Baltimore street 
McColgan Bernard, tavern keeper, 37 Second street 
McColgan Edward, grocer, n e cor Bath &, Calvert sts 
McColgan James, labourer, Davis street near Pleasant 
McColgan John, rum and cordial distillery, Saratoga st near 

Gay, dw n Calvert street 
McColm Matthew, chair manufacturer, 45 South street 
McColm mrs Elizabeth, grocer, cor Gough st& Strawberry al. 
McColm Alexander, huckster, York street w of Light 
McColough Elizabeth, grocer, cor Holland and Eden sts 
McComas Ann, 4*2 Light street 

McComas Albert, tailor, cor Maiden lane &. East street 
McComas A. S. carpenter, Mulberry st u side e of Paca 
McComas William, carpenter, Baltimore st e of Pine 
fMcComas Richard, drayman, Spring st n of Gough 
McComas Corbin, machinist, Hollins st w. p. 
McCombs Archibald, carpet weaver, Penn. av s of Biddle st 
McConkey John, grocer, n w cor Exeter and Granby sts 
McConkey William, Stiles st w of Exeter 
McConkey mrs Maria, Mechanics' alley s side 
McConkey William, 14 Saratoga street 
McConn Richard, flour merchant, Mulberry st n side e of 

Paca, store n Howard street 
McConn Richard, produce merchant, 117 n Howard st. dw 

Park street near Mulberry 
McConnell Thomas, dry goods merchant, 12 Harrison st 
McConnell John, liquor store, Pratt st 3d door from Frederick 
McConnell Elizabeth, boarding house, over 57 Centre Market 
McConnelly Sarah, Howard street extended [space 

McCord Mark, labourer, French st n of Front 
McCormick Patk. tavern keeper, 17 Water st w of the Market 
McCormick John, grocer and watchman, Caroline street n of 
NcCormick, James, Calvert st s of Bath [York 

McCormick Margaret, 4 Block street 
McCormick William, 4 Monument street 
McCormick Samuel, meal seller, Franklin st w of Pine 
McCormick Samuel, labourer, 3 cor Castle alley and Fleet st 
McCormick Henry, tavern keeper, 17 Franklin street 
McCoul George, cabinet maker, ne cor Forest &. Douglass sts 

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McCoul Robert, pedlar, cor Douglass and Forest sts 
McCoy Stephen, carpenter, nwcor Pitt and Eden sts 
McCoy William, carpenter, New st vv of Eutavv 
McCoy mrs Margaret, cor Bond and Alice Anna sts 
McCoy Daniel, feed store, 112 n Howard st 
McCracken John, cabinet maker, 49 s Charles st 
McCracken Wm. grocer, n e corner Gay and High sts 
McCracken Alexander, carpenter, Canal st s of Orleans 
McCready John, labourer, w Falls avenue near Water st 
McCready mrs Maria, Addison st s side 
McCready George, wheelwright, do 
McCreary Letetia, 102 Hanover st 
McCreary Ellen, Harford avenue n of the Church 
McCubbin Joseph, merchant tailor, 1 Holliday st dw East st 

between French and Hillen 
McCubbin Nicholas, tailor, 4 Baltimore st 
McCubbin Joshua, tailor, Orleans st w of Long lane 
McCubbin Aaron, tailor, 246 n Gay st o t 
McCubbin Samuel, brush maker, 88 n Gay st o t 
McCubbin James, type founder, Montgomery st near Charles 
McCubbin Nicholas, taiior, Eden st s of Mullikin 
McCue John, corner Front and French sts [sts 

McCulley Matthew, pedlar, w Falls av. bet. Pratt and Water 
McCulley Wm. labourer, do do do 

McCulloch Wm. plaisterer, 60 South st 
McCulIoch James H. collector, Madison st extended 
KcCulloch Duncan, engineer, cor Strawberry al. and Bank st 
McCulloh James, hatter, 9 Tripolett's alley 
McCulloh Wm. cooper, Madison st extended 
McCulloh James W. attorney, basement of Barnum's, Fayette 

st dw Baltimore st between Green andPaca 
McCulloh Dr. J. H. dep. col. port Balto. Fayette e ofLiberty 
McCurdy J. W. ladies' fashionable shoemaker, 27 n Charlesst 
McCurdy Campbell, grocer, corner Charles & Hill sts 
McCurley John, grocer, s w corner Water and Grant sts 
McCurley James, coach maker, 22 n Liberty st. dw 14 Park 
McCurlie Sarah, teacher, 29 Alice Anna st 
McCusger Daniel, Columbia st near Cove 
McCulchan George, waterman, Cross st near William 
McDaniel Wm. huckster, 13 Water st w of the Market 
IVIeDaniel mrs. Marion st near Liberty 

McDermot John, carpenter, 10 Philpot st [Anna 

McDermot mrs Jane, dry goods store, Market st s of Alice 
McDermot James, grocer, corner Franklin st &,,Lerew's al. 
McDermot Michael, carter, Potter st n of Douglass 
McDevitt mrs. fancy dress maker, 67 Harrison st 
McDonald Arthur, carter, 10 Fish market 
McDonald Daniel, clothing store, 41 Second st Tbridge 

McDonald James, smith and farrier, Water st 3 doors w of the 
McDonald Wm. &, co. grocers and com. rats. 87 Bowly's wf. 

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Director for 1835 MCF 

McDonald Wm. engineer steamboat Pocahontas, dw Water 

st near Jones's falls 
McDonald Gen. Wm. dw Pratt st n side w of Albemarle 
McDonald Alexander, sexton of Cathedral, 88 Park st 
McDonald Charles, oyster cellar, Paca st n of Lexington 
McDonald Mary, shop keeper, Salisbury st w of Harford run 
McDonald Doininick, grocer &, tavern, cor Caroline & Wilk 
McDonald Elizabeth, meal seller, York avenue [sts 

McDonald Dennis, tailor, Eden st n of Pitt 
McDonald Alexander, Park st extended 
McDonald mrs Grace, 16 Saratoga st 
McDonald Alexander, Fayette st near Liberty 
McDonald Wm. carpenter, Potter st n of Necessity alley 
McDonald David II. carpenter, St Mary st s of Ross 
McDonald John, cordwainer, Sarah Ann st w of Chatsworth 
McDonald Hugh, tavern keeper, Lancaster st e of Ann 
McDonald Richard, grocer, s e corner of Fleet st and Straw- 
berry alley 
McDonald Alexander, shoemaker, Mechanics' alley n side 
McDonald Milcah, seamstress, Aisquith st n of Low 
McDonald John F. Aisquith st s of Holland 
McDonald Dr. G. mrs Baker's, German st 
{McDonald Jane, huckster, Eastst s of Douglass 
McDonough John, keeper Top gallant tavern, Swan st s side 
McDonough Barney, 18 Saratoga st 
McDowell George H. Holliday st near Orange alley 
McDowell Perry, blacksmith, French st e of Potter 
McDowell George, bookseller and stationer, 86 Baltimore st 
McDowell & Duvall, carpet store, 210 Baltimore st 
McDowell Jane, shopkeeper, East st n of Pitt 
McDugal mrs Elizabeth, s e corner Eden and Wilk sts 
Mc Elderry Hugh, lumber merchant, 19 Light st wharf, dw 

North st 2d door s of Lexington 
McElroy John, victualler, Loudenslager's hill s side 
McElroy Sarah, grocer, 299 n Howard st 
McEIwee Robert, seaman, cor Fleet and Washington sts 
McElwee Jane, shop keeper, Spring st n of Gough 
McEvoy Francis, plaisterer, w Baltimore st extended 
McEvoy James, York avenue 

McEvoy Chas. dealer in soap &, candles, 12 Fish M. space 
McEvoy Hugh, corner Mulberry and Park sts 
McEwan Wm. saddler, New st e of Paca 
McEwan John, carter, Franklin st extended 
McEwan John, weaver, Freedom st s of Peirce 
McFaddon John, carpenter, Constitution st s of Monument 
McFaddon John, broker, Second st next U. S. bank 
McFaddon Mary, 42 Pratt st near Hanover 
McFaddon Hugh, grocery and liquor store, nw corner Eutaw 

and Lombard streets 
McFarland James, carter, Concord street 

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MCG Matchers Baltimore 

McFaggot James, labourer, Harford road n e side 

McFawl John, cordvvainer, Howard st near Richmond 

McFerran Jane, bakery, 5 Second st 

McGalland David, liquor store, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 

McGannigal John, labourer, between Ensor and Sterling sts 
e side Ensor 

McGarraty Jno. moulder, Calvert st bet. Mulberry &, Franklin 

McGarraty James, Davis st near Pleasant 

McGarraty Barney, do do 

McGee James, grocer, corner Starr alley and Fleet st 

McGee James, tavern keeper, Canton 

McGee mrs Mary, 48 Fleet st 

McGeoch Andrew, carpenter, Maiden lane w of Aisquith st 

jMcGill Sarah, washer, German st near Cove 

McGinn Barney, carter, corner Wilk st and Happy alley 
McGinn Michael, carter, Wi!k st e of Bond 

McGinnes Richard, cordwainer, Pine st w side s of Mulberry 
McGinnes Ellen, fancy dress maker, 15 Saratoga st 
McGinnes John, tailor, Aisquith st n of Jefferson 
McGinnes Susannah, tavern and boarding house, Wolf st n of 
McGinnis Patrick, pedlar, 96 n Eulaw st [Fell 

McGinnity O. tavern keeper, 11 Water st 
McGinnity Felix, labourer, Holliday st n of B** u 
McGivern Edmund, car driver, Ross st e of Paoa 
McGlennen Dennis, watchman, Penn avenue n ofFi-anklin %t 
McGlue Edward, plasterer, Chesnut alley w of Pine st 
McGlone George, labourer, Eager alley near Saratoga st 
McGourt John, stone mason, Stiles st w of Gough 
McGowan John, grocer, Paca st s of Lexington 
McGowan Andrew, grocer, corner Comet & Aisquith sts 
McGowan James, labourer, Cove st n of Saratoga 
McGowan Hugh, grocer, Eutaw near Lexington st 
McGowan Andrew, grocer, Pitt st 5 doors w of Aisquith 
Mcgowan Hugh, huckster, Peirce st e of Gove 
Mcgoy Robert, drayman, Columbia st betw. Sharp &. Howard 
McGrauh John, grocer, 233 n Howard st 
McGraver Thomas, corner Front &, French sts 
McGraw Edward, grocery & liquor store, 110 Dugan's wharf 
McGreeavy Jno. A. accountant Commmercial & Farmers' 

Bank, 143 n Eutaw st 
McGregor Geo. patent lever lock manufacturer, Grant near 

Baltimore st dw centre e of St. Paul's st 
McGreigan John, liquor store, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
McGuffin James, labourer, Preston st w of Ross 
McGuire John, shop keeper, Jackson st s side 
McGuire Patrick, shoemaker, 29 Constitution st 
McGuire Henry, — — ., Camden st near Sharp in rear 
McGuire James, second hand store, East st n of Pitt 
McGtirk Peter, labourer, Park lane extended 
McGwinny mrs. n Calvert st 3 doors n of Saratoga 

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Director for 1836. MCk 

McHenry James, painter, corner Paca & New ats 
McHenry Neale, Preston st w of Ross 
McHenry Ramsey, Lexington st e of Cove 
McHenry Matthew, Fayette ste of Pine 
McHong Elisha, fisher, Cross st near William 
Mcliheny Jno. grocer, 20 n Liberty st 
Mcllhenny Jno. labourer, Holiday st n of Bath 
Mcllear Mary, grocer, Holiday st n of Bath 
Mcllroy Joseph, grocer, Holiday st near Bath 
Mcllroy Sarah, widow, seamstress, Hull's lane e of Forrest st 
Mcllroy mrs Elizabeth, milliner, 33 Baltimore st 
Mclntire Sam!, corner Mulberry st & Eagar alley 
Mcintosh Alex'r Gough st e of Market 
Mclnson Jno. labourer, Wilk stw of Canal 
Mclntine Jane, widow, Granby st w of the run 
McJilton Dl. superintendent of Chimnies, Rock st s of Sara- 
McJilton Jno. F. 86 Pitt &t [toga 

McKanna, Pat. & Co. grocers, 157 Pratt st 
McKay miss Johanna, tutoress, George st e of Pine 
McKean John, 15 McClellan st [Aisquith 

McKee Patrick, bootmaker, Orleans st n side 2 doors e of 
McKee &. Lough, dry goods mts. 1"^5 Baltimore st 
McKee & Brown, importers of dry goods, 151 Baltimore at 
McKee And'w. cow dealer, Potter st n of Hillen 
McKee & McClellan, china & glass mts. 218 Baltimore st 
McKeever Capt. I. of U. S. Navy, s w corner St. Paul's and 
Mulberry st [Fayette sts 

McKeever Jno. grocery and liquor store, corner Pine and 
McKelden Wm. grocer, 117 Pratt st 
McKell James, machinest, Thames st s of Stiles 
McKendrean Female Sabbath school, Lombard st between 

Paca and Eutaw 
McKenny Arthur, carter, Davis st n of Bath 
McKenny Wm. Franklin st near Howard 
McKenzie James, hair dresser, 131 Saratoga st 
McKewen A. grocer, s e corner Charles and Lombard sts 
McKewen John, 44 Park st 

McKillrick Philip, turner, n w corner Stiles and High sts 
McKim's (Isaac) school house, n w corner Baltimore and 
Aisquith sts [and Frederick sts 

McKim Jno. jr. & Sons, copper warehouse, u w corner Pratt 
McKim David, Holliday st corner Orange alley 
McKim &, Brothers, hardware mts. 248 Baltimore st 
McKim Isaac, copper store, 42 S. Gay st dw E. Baltimore st 

4th house e of Exeter 
McKim Wm.22 Holiday st [byterian church 

McKim William D., E. Baltimore st 1st house w of 2nd Pres- 
McKim John, jr. mt dw 22 Holiday st 
McKim mrs. n w corner Aisquith and Douglass sts 
McKim A 'ex. mt. Courtland st 4 doors n of Mulberry 



MCM MatcheWs Baltimore 

McKim Robert, Eager alley, near Saratoga st 

McKim's Free School, n w corner Baltimore and Canal fts 

McKim Jno. S. Franklin st near Cathedral [Comet st 

McKinly Thos. broom dealer, over 12 Bowley's wharf dw 11 

McKinley Samuel, vocal music teacher, Mulberry st e of Pine 

McKinley Margaret, Freedom st s of Pierce 

McKinley, Wm. brickmaker, S. Charles st extended 

McKinley Jno. brickmaker, West st 

McKinly Wm. cab. mak. Britton st n e of Montgomery 

McKinnel James, Penn Av. n of Union st 

McKinnel mrs. 29 Lexington st 

McKinnel H. firm Wm. Henry & Co.dw Fayette stnear Cove 

McKinney Wm. N. grocer, n e corner Lexington and Eutaw 

sts'dw Franklin, near Howard 
McKinney Wm. grocer, Charles st near Lee 
McKinnon Mary, Mulberry st near Park 
McKirby mrs. Isabella, 13 Fleet st 
McKnight Jas. clerk, 1 Saratoga st 
Mc Knight James, type founder, York near Chariest st 
McLane Susan, n w corner Canal and Montgomery sts 
McLane Jacob, blacksmith, Armistead lane 
McLane Jno. blacksmith, Fawn st e of High 
McLarchy James, weaver, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 
McLarney Patrick, drayman, Canal st sof Gough 
McLaughlin 8c Smhh, grocers, 82 McElderry's wharf 
McLaughlin Jno. blacksmith, Ross st e of Paca 
McLaughlin mrs. Ann, North st 1 door n of Pleasant 
McLaughlin Ann, St. Mary's st s of Ross 
McLaughlin lrvin, huckster, Pearl sts of Mulberry 
McLaughlin mrs Ellen, Jefferson w of Canal st 
McLaughlin Mary, 122 N. Eutaw st 
McLaughlin Levin, sawyer, Salisbury alley, e of Exeter Ft 
McLaughlin Thomas J. Charles st near Lee 
McLaughlin George, shoemaker, 51 Front st 
McLean Elias, tavern keeper, 59 W. Pratt at 
McLean Jno. Caroline st n of Baltimore [the basin 

McLean John, blacksmith, Patterson st between Pratt st and 
McLean Elias, block and pump maker, Patterson st between 

Pratt st and the basin 
McLean Cornelius, attorney at law, Pratt st 1 door e of Exeter 
McLean Arthur, painter, 7 Stiles st 
McLean Jane, grocer, s w corner Wilk and Ann sts 
McLean James, grocer, Ensor st n e of Monument 
McLeavy ty Lawless, inn keepers, Lexington st e of Paca 
McLeavy James, labourer, Star alley s of Wilk st 
McLenahan James, bricklayer, corner Orleans &. Caroline m* 
McLennon Jno cordwainer, Saratoga st w of Eutaw 
McMaccan Andrew, carpenter, Ross st e of Paca 
McMachin James, drayman, Tyson alley 
McMahon James, carpenter, 77 Harrison st 

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McMahon Mary, milliner, 77 Harrison 8t [Fayette 

McMahon John, proprietor of Theatre tavern, Holiday st near 

McMahon J. V. L. attorney at law, corner of Courtland and 

McManus Elizabeth, baker, 34 Water st [Lexington sts 

McManus Dr. F. R. 78 W. Pratt near Sharp st 

McMasters Jane, milliner, 65 Baltimore st 

McMechen mrs. Ellen, Fayette st near Liberty 

McMillin Archibald, carpenter. Orleans st w Canal 

McMiller Hugh, labourer, Green st n of Paca 

McMinn George, cooper, 68 S. Howard st 

McMullen Neal, grocer, corner Richmond st 8f Tyson alley 

McMullen Mary, corner Mercer and Grant sts 

McMurray Saml. beer-house, Saratoga st near Howard 

McMyers Jno. seaman, Alice Anna st e of Ann 

McNally Patrick, tavern keeper, 39 Light st 

McNance Catherine, corner Forest and Ensor sts 

McNeal James, tailor, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 

McNeal James, Wilk st e of Eden, firm Taylor fy M 

McNeal Cassandra, tailoress, Potter st s of Gay 

McNeal E. dry goods store, 33 W. Pratt st 

McNeely Thomas & John, grocers, s w corner Centre &. St 

McNeile James, merchant tailor, 49 W. Pratt st [Paul st 

McNeir John, tailor, East st n of Holland 

McNeir Rachel, corner Potter stand Necessity alley 

McNellcy John \V. plasterer, Saratoga st e of Cove 

McNelley J aire=, grocer, Gay st e of Bel!e-Air m^rkr t 

McNevin mrs Mary, n w corner Lee and Hanover sts 

McNew Win. 26 Monument st 

McNicols Isaac, night man, William st near Cross 

McNorris Mary, fancy store, Bazaar, dw corner Exeter and 

Potter sts 
McNuity Israel, plasterer, Satratoga st extended 
McNuity Peter, labourer, Amity st n of Baltimore 
McPhail mrs Mary, 8 New Church st 
McPhail John, clothier, Ross st w of Biddle 
McPherson P. lottery and exchange office, 19 W. Pratt st 
McPherson John, flour merchant 26 Franklin st dw Penn Av 

n of Union st 
McPherson Jonas, lottery merch't. Biddle st e of Penn Av. 

office 188 Baltimore st 
McPherson Francis, jeweller, Fayette st near Charles 
McPherson E. & N. dealers in bolting cloths, 21 S. Howard st 
Mc Roberts John, & Sons, manufacturers, York road 
McShane Charles, watch and jewelry store, 11, 2nd story 

Bazarr, 
McSorley Patrick H. teacher, 132 Bond st [and Pratt sts 

McSweeny Paul, grocery and liquor store, s w corner Eutaw 
McVery Saml. wheelwright, Harford avenue, n of the church 
Mc Williams Robert, grocer, corner Light and Lee sts 
Mc Williams John, O'Cunneli tavern, Bond st s of Wilk 

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Mc Williams miss, mantua maker, German st. between Sharp 
and Liberty r 

Meaden Jesse, baiance maker, 55 Exeter st 
Mead3 Daniel, shoemaker, Wolf st n of Fleet 
Meads Philip, founder, Sugar alley, near Charles st 
Meads John, blacksmith, Armistead lane 
Meads Henry, ship carpenter, corner Wilk st and Star alley 
tMeads Samuel, carter, Potter st s of Low 
tMeads Zachariah, drayman, Centre st near St. Paul's 
tMeads Jube, labourer, "Saratoga st extended 
tMeads Stephen, seaman, Spring st n of Gough 
Mealcon Mary M. George st s of Pine 
Meally mrs Mary, grocer, French st n of Front 
Means Rosanna, Addison st s side 
Meaur Hamilton, watchman, Castle alley 
Mecaslin Thos. millwright, Pine st 3 doors n of Franklin, shop 

Lexington near Pine st 
Mechanical Fire Company's House, North st near Saratoga 
Mechanics' Bank of Baltimore, corner Calvert & Fayette sts 
Mechanics^ Saving Fund Society, n e corner Eutaw and 

Baltimore sts 
Medairy John, engraver, Calvert st between Baltimore and 

Fayette, dw 128 Hanover st [ington 

Medcalf Wm. clerk of City Court, North st 1 door s of Lex- 
Medcalf Elijah, cabinet maker, Pitt st w of Harford run 
Medcalf Abraham, victualler, Loudenslager's hill, E. Bait, st 




Medical College, Lombard st between Paca and Green-see next pa t * 



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THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Has four faculties, viz. divinity, law, physic, and the arts and sciences. 
The building, of which a correct delineation is herein given, is situated at 
the intersection of Green and Lombard streets — entrance from the latter. 
The premises are enclosed by a brick wall 10 or 12 feet high. The front 
of the building forms a handsome perystile of eight columns of Grecian 
Doric, in imitation of the Pantheon of Athens. The rotundo which stands 
in the rear of the front, is a handsome structure. It has an amphitheatre 
of 60 feet diameter, capable of accommodating 1000 persons. The lec- 
tures are delivered there. It has of late been highly decorated with fine 
paintings. The library, philosophical and chemical aparatus, as well as 
t'le cabinet of anatomy, are not surpassed in the United States. Medical 
professorships — Nathaniel Potter, M. D. pathology and practice of medi- 
cine ; Richard Wiloaot Hall, M. D. obstetricks and diseases of women and 
children ; Julius T. Ducatel, M D. chemistry and pharmacy ; Robert 
Dunglison, M. D. dean of the faculty. The lectures in the medical de- 
partment on the last Monday in October. This institution was incorpo- 
rated in 1812. Being the property of the State, its affairs are managed 
by a board of trustees, of which the governor is president ex-officio. 

Meddinger Gotleib. victualler, Pitt e of Eden st 

Meddinger George, victualler, s side Neighbor st. running 

from Harford avenue to York st 
Meddinger Jno J. grocer, corner Monument and Gay sts 
Meddinger Christopher A. baker and grocer, 45 Forest st 
fMedly Thomas J. porter, Mulberry st w of Paca 
Medtart J. St J. L. brewers, office n e corner Baltimore and 

Sharp sts; brewery Saratoga st dw Joshua M. Cove sts 
Meeds Nicholas, cabinet maker, Eden st s of Orleans 
Meeds Wm. J. stone cutter, Spring st n of Baltimore 
Meeds Mary, oyster house, 16 S. Liberty st 
Meekins Thomas, corner Constitution and Monument sts 
Meekins Wm. bricklayer, Fall's turnpike,near Lanvale fact. 
Meeteer mrs William, n w corner Water and Stillhouse £t 
Meeteer Samuel &> William, paper warehouse, 1 Baltimore st 
Megenhardt Fred'k. grocer, corner Pearl and Chesnut alley 
Meiglestunger John, labourer, Penn avenue, n of Preston st 
Meineke C. music teacher, Lexington st near Park 
Meixsel Jacob, flour inspector, Eutaw st near Lexington 
Meiheffer Peter, cordwainer, Franklin st n of Chatsworth 
Meisler Henry, blacksmith, Henrietta st near William 
Melchior Daniel, cutler and grinder, 12 Mercer st; dw corner 

Grant and Water sts [and suspenders, 21 Water st 
Mellor Charles, manufacturer of stocking draws, )obbinet, lace, 
Melvin John, huckster, 1 Concord st 
Melvin L. boarding house, Front st s of Low 
Mentzell Charles, Hollins st w p 
Mentzell Henry, High st w of Baltimore 
Menzies Ev. turner, 2 Commerce st. dw 36 French st [lane 
Menzies James, 32 N. Howard st. dw Conway st near Lun's 
Mercer mrs Temperance, seamstress, Water st w of High 

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Mercer Perry G. merchant, Park st near Franklin 

Merchant Isaac, watchman, Chatsworth st n of Franklin 

Meredith J attorney at Jaw, n Calvert st 1 door s of Lexington 

Meredith Joseph P. clock and watchmaker, 14 N. Eutaw st 

Meredith Am, Saratoga st e of Paca 

Meredith John, Light st s of L. Hughes 

Meredith & Spencer, dry goods merchants, 250 Baltimore st 

Meredith Benjamin, tailor, York st near William 

Meredith John F. painter, 55.Albemarle st 

Merikin Rev. R. teacher, Park lane e of Pine st 

Merikin James, cabinet maker, 8 Lexington st [Water sts 

Merikin Joseph S. boot and shoemaker, s w corner South and 

Merker Andw. locksmith, and smith in general, Eutaw n of 

Merriam Josiah W. clerk, Jackson st s side 

Saratoga st 
tMerriken Moses, porter, corner College alley & Pleasant st 
Merrill Jeremiah, Paca st s of Pratt 
Merrill E. H. commision merchant, 3 S. Charles st 
Merri Moses, corner President and Wilk sts 
Merrill Moses, 98 High st 
Mernman Keturh, 27 Lexington st 
Merritt John, Sugar alley, near Charles st 
vr ermt o aleb ' S rocer > corner Block and Thames sts 
Merritt Samuel, ice dealer, Howard st near Richmond 
Merritt Samuel F. Franklin st near Courtland 
Merryman G. surgeon dentist, 14 N. Gay st 
Merryman Philemon, fisherman. Fort road 
Merryman Charlotte, n side of Jackson st 
Merryman Nelson, currier, Ensor st n of Gay [Front sts 

Merryman Charles, dealer in hardware, n e corner Gay and 
Merryman Samuel, bailiff, Lexington st w of Pine 
Merton J. M. tavern and boarding house, J 34 Bond st 
Mesinger Frederick, labourer, Penn avenue extended 
Messrit O. H. second hand clothing store, 47 Harrison st 
Messenger Francis, clerk, Mulberry st near Eutaw 
Messersmith, John K. baker, Penn avenue, s of Preston st 
Messing Fred'k. saddler, Mulberry st w of Pearl 
Methodist Episcopal Church, Fayette ste of Cove 
™nod« Episcopal Church, Wilk st w of Market 
Methodist Episcopal Church, Monument st 6th house e of 

Ensor st 
Methodist Episcopal Church, corner Light and Wine sts 
do Caroline sts of York 

do (African) Sharp st between Pratt 

and Lombard sts 
°° n w cor Eutaw & Mulberry sts 

*t lL j- int - °f Cove st & Per »n avenue 

Methodist Protestant Church, corner Cove st and Park lane 
^ . d0 o corner Pitt and Aisquith sts 

Metier mrs Susac, w Baltimore st extended 

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Mettam mrs 3n Frederick st 

Mettee Philip, blacksmith, corner of Grant and Lombard sts. 

dw Lombard st between Charles and Light 
Mettee Wm. blacksmith, 36 Light st dw Charles st 3 doors s 

of Lombard [President st 

Mettee Martin, blacksmith, Pratt st 2d door w of Gough, shon 
Mettee Martin W. blacksmith, Gough st e of Eden . 

Metz Abraham, stone mason, Shakspeare st w of Market 
Metz Elizabeth, Spring st n of Wiik 
Metzdorff John, fisherman, Cove st near Columbia 
Metzgar Daniel, carpenter, Eden st s of Pratt 
Meusel Wm. tin worker, Camden st near Sharp 



Meyban John, weaver, Preston st w of Ross 



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Meyer Godfrey, coppersmith and brass founder, Pratt st 

Meyer John, baker, corner Light st and Armistead lane 

Meyer John J. s e corner Conway and Hanover sts 

Meyer B. 1] Lexington st 

Meyer John L. s w corner Lloyd and Salisbury sts 

Meyer Jacob, Penn avenue n of Hoffman st 

Meyer John, labourer, Biddle st w of Penn. avenue 

Meyer Tobias, boarding house, 33 Franklin st 

Meyer Mary, Marion st near Park 

Michael Margaret, 105 Pearl st 

Michael Ethan, Montgomery st near Light 

Middleton Richard, justice of peace, 11 Light st wharf, dry 

goods store 38 Pratt street near Hanover, dw corner of 

Charles and Lee sts 
Middleton Catherine, corner Chesnut alley and Pearl st 
Miers Wm. cordwainer, Arcade alley w of Eutaw st 
Mifflin Wm. blacksmith, Hollins st w precincts 
Milbourn Wm. A. cordwainer, Pearl st s of Lexington 
Milboum Elijah, shoemaker, East st n of Pitt 
fMilbourn Eliza, Sarah Annstw of Cove 
tMilbourn mrs. Carpenter's alley 
Miles John, blacksmith, corner East and Hillen sts 
Miles Samuel, weaver, Rock st s of Saratoga 
Miles David, dyer, Rock st s of Saratoga 
Miles John, seaman, Henrietta st near Sharp 
Miles Joseph M. printer, Eden st n of Baltimore 
Miles Zachariah, china mt. n Howard st near Franklin 
Miles Uriah, Saratoga st near Park 
Millechop mrs Lydia, boarding house, 26 n Gay st 
Millender George, carpenter, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Miller James, chair maker, 42 South st 
Miller G. W. & H. grocers, 21 Centre Market space, dw G 

W. M. Pratt st near High 
Miller Jacob, Long alley n of Franklin st 
Miller John H„ coach lace, fringe cord and military trimmings 

manufacturer, 64 s Charles 
Miller Wm. F. 24 n Liberty st 

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Miller Hartman, cordwainer, 66.Harrison st [near Howard 

Miller Wm. D. firm Win. E. Mayhew & co. dvv Lexington st 

Miller Jacob, paver, Long alley n of Franklin st 

Miller Elizabeth, do do 

Miller Rosina, do do 

Miller John D. clerk of Lex. market, Faca st n of Franklin 

Miller James, grocery and liquor store, n e corner Paca st & 

Miller Sarah, Cove st s of Franklin [Carpenters' alley 

Miller James, turner, Baltimore st e of Aisquith 

Miller mrs Wm. P. grocer, corner Bond and Eden sts 

Miller mrs Catherine, Pitt st e of Exeter 

Miller rnrs Ann, Pitt st 4 doors e of Exeter 

Miller Dr. Edward, s w corner Albemarle and Water sts 

Miller George W. sugar refiner, Concord st dvv Pratt 3d door 

e of High 
Miller John P. clerk in U. S. bank, Pratt st 1 door w of Gough 
Miller Henry G. shoemaker, Pralt st e of the bridge 
Miller Enoch, carpenter, Stiles st e of Exeter 
Miller David, carpenter, n e corner Douglass and Potter sts 
Miller James, tailor, Orleans stnside e of Long lane 
Miller Edward, bricklayer, 160 n Gay st 
Miller Richard, blacksmith, 14 Monument st 
Miller mrs Mary, Wilk st vv of Exeter 
Miller John, cordwainer, Penn avenue n of Preston st 
Miller John, blacksmith, Ross st w of Biddle 
Miller mrs Mary, Ross st eof St Mary 
Miller Richard, St Mary st u of Ross 
Miller Nicholas, liquor shop, Union st e of Penn. avenue 
Miller Jacob, cordwainer, Union st e of Penn. avenue 
Miller mrs. Mulberry st e of Pine 
Miller Philip, potter, Saratoga st e of Cove 
Miller Francis, bricklayer, Saratoga st w of Schroeder 
Miller Lewis, potter, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Miller Caspar, labourer, Sterling st n of Monument 
Miller Henry, rigger, 46 Alice Anna st 
Miller Jacob, rigger, 1 Lancaster st w of Market 
Miller Zaddock, sailmaker, 18 Fleet st 
Miller mrs Margaret, Shakspeare st e of Bond 
Miller John, wheelwright, 163 French st 
Miller Richard, millwright, Forest et n of Monument 
Miller mrs Rebecca, Forest st s of Douglass 
Miller John, tavern keeper, Harford avenue n w side 
Miller Matthew, shoemaker, Bank lane n side 
Miller mrs Elizabeth, Caroline st n of Wolf 
Miller Conrad, carter, Lerew's alley 
Miller Joshua M. piano room, over 53 Baltimore st 
Miller George J. shoestore, 56 Market st 
Miller Francis, ropemaker, Market st s of Baltimore 
Miller W. &, H proprietors 3 tuns tavern, Pratt st w end 
Miller Alexander, clerk, Hi Park st 

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Miller Thomas, painter, Eagar alley near Saratoga st 
Miller James, cedar cooper, Wagon alley near Howard st 
Miller mrs. Lexington st e of Howard 
Miller J. H. professor of theory and practice, Medical College, 

dw Fayette st near Park 
Miller Jacob P. Fayette st opposite Fountain stables 
Miller George, East st s of Pitt 
Miller Wm. tanner and currier, Front st n of Gay 
Miller Elizabeth, corner Potter and Low sts 
Miller mrs Ann, 41 High st 
Miller Wm. iron founder, 22 Albemarle st 
Miller Jacob, shoemaker, 18 Thames st 
Miller John, labourer, Apple alley s of Alice Anna st 
Miller Richard, ship carpenter, Happy alley n of Lancaster st 
tMiller Emry, Columbia st between Eutaw and Paca 
tMiller Edward, labourer, Pine st n of Mulberry 
JMiller Peter, labourer, Forest st n of Madison [Potter sts 
Millholland Arthur, grocery and liquor store, corner Low and 
tMillegan James, labourer, Baltimore st w of Cove 
Millikin James H. cane and umbrella maker, Baltimore st w 

of Light, dw Lovely lane 
Milliken Samuel, constable, 13 Potter st 
Miliiman mrs Mary, North st 1 door n of President 
Millington John N. printer, 80 Pitt st 
Milliron mrs. Pine st w side n of Chesnut alley 
Millisock John, distiller, Liberty alley s of Madison st 
Millroy John, carter, Sharp st near Busy alley 
Mills Ann Elizabeth, mantua maker, Holliday street between 

Bath and Pleasant 
Mills Wm. boot and shoemaker, Mulberry st near Eutaw 
Mills Richard, hatter, Gough st e of Eden 
Mills Malchoir, carpenter, Baltimore st near Cove s side 
Mills mrs Eleanor, Wilk st e of Exeter 
Mills mrs Penelope, Fleet st w of Wolf 
Mills Robert, Saratoga st w of Cove 
Mills Ezekiel, bailiff, Potter st s of Gay 
Mills mrs Susan, tutoress, 70 Market st f p 
Mills David, tinner, York st near Light 
Mills Charles H. Armistead lane near Light st 
{Mills York, 7 s Calvert st dw Franklin st near Chatsworth 
{Mills John, sawyer, Washington square n of Baltimore st 
{Mills Lewis, wheelwright, Franklin st e of Cove 
Milnor John P. 103 s Howard st 
Miltenberger Anthony, dry goods merchant, 71 Lexington tt 

dw JefFerson row, Lexington st 
Milvin John, huckster, Bond st s of Baltimore 
Mince Joseph, corner Wilk and Spring sts 
Mincher John, cooper, Lexington stnear Park 
Minsey mr. cabinet maker, French st n of Front 
Minifie Wm. millinery and fancy store, 6 e Baltimore ft 



to OH Matchetth Baltimore 

Micks William, tanner, Pearl st n of Lexington 

Minnick Michael, cordwainer, Cove street extended 

Minnicks John, cordwainer, Saratoga st w of Cove 

Mintz John, Apple alley s of Alice Anna st 

tMintz Wilson, Argyle alley s of Fleet street 

Miskelly Hugh, watchman, 61 Harrison street 

Miskelly Mary, 3 Market street f. p. [140 Hanover street 

Mister Abraham, grocer and com. mt. 14 Light st wharf, dw 

Mister capt Levin R. 152 Hanover street 

Mitchell Zebulon, stock store, 19 Maryland Arcade, dw cor 

Gough and Granby streets [Saratoga 

Mitchell James, proprietor of horses & carriages, North st s of 
Mitchell John, deputy at Jail.Britton street n e of Monument 
Mitchell Wm. coach trimmer, Harford road n of lumber yard 
Mitchell Joseph, hackman, n Calvert street near Centre 
Mitchell Wm. K. tailor, 9 German street 
Mitchell mrs J. S. Green st n of Saratoga 
Mitchell J. Green st nof Saratoga 
Mitchell John, confectioner, 56 Baltimore street 
Mitchell John, ship carpenter, Granby street w of the run 
Mitchell Lewis, rear of 28 Lexington street 
Mitchell Robt. ship carpenter, Granby st4 doors e ofL. Gough 
Mitchell Solomon, carpenter, Washington st n of Alice Anna 
Mitchell Robert, carpenter, Bank st w of Happy alley- 
Mitchell John, Biddle street w of Ross 
Mitchell John, plaisterer, Union street e of Penn. avenue 
Mitchell Thomas, victualler, Saratoga st w of Pine 
Mitchell Benjamin, Lexington st w of Pine 
Mitchell George W. ship carpenter, 83 Fleet street 
Mitchell Arthur, cooper, cor French and Centre sts dw Front 

street w of Baltimore 
Mitchell Samuel, carpenter, William street near Cross 
flNIitchell George, labourer, Penn. avenue extended 
{Mitchell Elisha, labourer, Lancaster street w of Argyle alley 
[Mitchell Rezin, whitewashes Columbia st betw Eutaw &, Paca 
tMitchell James, caulker, Caroline street n of Gough 
Mittan William H, carpenter, 71 w of Pratt street 
Mittnacht Geo. Henry fancy store, cor Market & Lancaster sts 
Moale John C. n Calvert street s of Lexington 
Moale Samuel, solicitor in chancery, cor St Paul and Fayette 

sts. dw Mulberry street opposite Cathedral 
Moale R. H. solicitor in chancery, Fayette street 2d door from 

St. Paul, dw s e cor Charles and Mulberry sts 
Moelinger, mrs Charlotte, Mulberry ste of Pine 
Moffitt Robert, livery stables, cor Liberty and Lombard sts. 

dw 43 s Liberty street 
Moffitt Thomas, grocer, 31 Union street 
Moffitt William, blacksmith, Montgomery street near Light 
Mohler Jacob T. machine manufacturer, 26 Harrison st. dw 
Mohler Barbara, 67 Pitt street [14 Salisbury st 

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tMokette Rose De Clari, Biddle street w of Penn. avenue 

IMolison Barbara, Pearl st s of Saratoga 

TMolison Emily, washer, Pine street e side n of Franklin 

tMonat capt James, 72 Ann street 

Monday mrs Leah, prop, of circulating library, 63 n Howard st 

tMondoung Henry, stevadore, Strawberry alley n of Bank st 

JMondoung George, seaman, Strawberry alley n of Bank st 

Monk George, accountant, Exeterjst s of Salisbury 

fMonk Philip, caulker, Fleet street e of Caroline 

Monmonier Francis, ship carpenter, Pratt st e of Caroline 

Monmonier Dr. John F. Pratt st e of Caroline 

Monroe John, tailor, Pine st e side s of George 

Monroe Henry, blacksmith, at Water st bridge e side 

Monroe Edmund, clerk, Mulberry st w of Green 

Monsal George, SO s Sharp street" 

Monsarrat N. apothecary, 150 Baltimore street 

Monsarratt Oscar, apothecary, 21 Market street 

Monteiro Elizabeth, taiioress, Comet street 

Monteith J. & R. jeweller and silversmith, 144 Baltimore st. 

dw Penn. avenue opposite Hoffman street 
Montell F. and C, merchants, 63 Smith's wharf 
Montell Charles, firm do. dw Pratt st w of Gough 
Montgomery William, engineer, York street near Charles 
^Montgomery, Rachel, huckster, Canal street n of Holland 
tMontgomery, Martin, Spring street near Wilk 
tMontgomery Rose, washer, Spring st n of Baltimore 
tMontgomery Nathan, labourer, Hawk street 
Monument Battle, Calvert street betw Lexington & Fayette 



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WASHINGTON MONUMENT. 



The Washington Monument was raised in honour to the memory of 
General George fVashington. It is placed at the intersection of two squares, 
one called fVashington Place, runs from north to south, being a continua- 
tion of Charles street, and is limited by Centre street on the south, and on 
the north by Madison street. It is 150 feet wide and 744 long. Theother 
space is called Mount Vernon, and runs east and west. It is limited by 
St. Paul street on the east and Cathedral street west, and is 200 feet in 
breadth and 744 feet in length. When these spaces shall be adorned with 
appropriate rows of trees, as well as embellished with marble fountains or 
basins, and other ornaments, of which this place is so susceptible, it will 
become one of the most delightful promenades on this continent. The 
ground on which this superb monument stands, as well as the spaces above 
mentioned, was presented to the city for the noble purpose to which they 
have been devoted, by the late colonel J. E. Howard, formerly {governor 
of chis state. 

This monument is built on an eminence of 100 feet above tide, and con- 
sists of a square base of 50 feet by 20 in height, having eleven marble steps 
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on each side, to reach an entry into the basement. A square pedestal of 
21 feet and 7 in height, is raised on the preceding base, and the column, 
whose exterior surface is perfectly smooth and without ornament, stands 
on this j>ed est al . It has 20 feet-diameter at its base, and 14 feet at its sum- 
mit; on which rests, the colossal statue of the Father of his Country. The 
whole height from the ground is 176 1-2 feet. It is all built of white mar- 
ble, from the quariesjof this country, and has a circular.flight of 228 steps to 
the top, in the interior of the monument. The design was furnished by Mr. 
Robert Mills, architect. The statue is 16 1-2 feet high, although it ap- 
pears from below of the natural size; it weighs 7 tons and cost §7500 to 
carve it, and between 2 and $3000 to raise it; Signior Andre Cautici, 
was the sculptor. — Varle's View of Baltimore. 

Moody & Downes, Com. agents and Exchange brokers, 37 
Moody John B. tobacconist, 50 e Pratt street [South st 

Moody Philip, auctioneer, Water st w of Apple alley- 
Moody James, weaver, Park lane extended 
Moody Jane, Park lane extended 
Moody Isaac, shoemaker, Aisquith st n of Holland 
Moody Robert, carpenter, Potter st near Hillen 
Moody mrs Christiana, Wolfsts of Fleet 
Moon Edward, victualler, Penn. avenue s of Hoffman st 
Mooner Andrew S. tinner, 2 Lancaster street 
Mooney William, weaver, Preston st w of Ross 
Mooney Hugh, tailor, Chamberlain alley near Eutaw st 
Mooney Joshua, drayman, Lloyd street 
Mooney John, labourer, Mulberry street w of Cove 
Mooney Francis, weaver, East street s of Douglass 
Mooney Patrick, labourer, Addison street s side 
Moore Anthony, fruit dealer, 46 Harrison street 
Moore Samuel, brickmaker, 133 s Charles street 
Moore James, firm Sinclair and Moore, dw 51 s Chariest st 
Moore mrs Sarah, George st w of Penn avenue 
Moore Henry, Aisquith st s of Orleans 
Moore Ann, confectioner, 107 Lombard street 
Moore John, furniture store, Second street 1 door. from Fred- 
erick, dw Baltimore street 
Moore Thomas, 33 Water street e of Frederick 
Moore William H. plane maker, Lombard st near Light 
Moore Robert, cordwainer, 58 n Frederick street 
Moore John C. labourer, Pratt street near Cove 
Moore mrs Elizabeth, Frederick street near Gay 
Moore W. C. merchant tailor, 6 n Gay street 
Moore Henry, tailor, Mulberry street near Park 
Moore John, lumber inspector, 139 Hanover st 
Moore Robert R. firm Moore,Stabler & Co. 199 s Sharp street 
Moore Isaac, lobourer, Star alley s of Wilk street 
Moore Henry, painter, 69 n Liberty street 
Moore James C. carpenter, 8 Pine street 
Moore Lydia, Cove street s of Franklin 
Moore Pamelia, tutoress, Pitt st 4 doors w of Aisquith 
Moore John, weaver, Franklin street extended 

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Moore capt Stephen H. clerk of Insolvent commissioners, dvv 

Water street e of Exeter 
Moore mrs Martha, Mullikin st e of Eden 
Moore mrs Catherine, seamstress, n e cor Strawberry alley &, 
Moore mrs Margaret, 40 n Eutaw street [Wilk st 

Moore Henry, machinist, Hollins street w t 
Moore Benjamin, Hillen street e of East 
Moore Thomas, plane maker, George street e of Pine 
Moore Priscilla, Armistead lane 
Moore John, drayman, Preston street w of Ross 
Moore Thomas, labourer, Cross st near William 
Moore John R. 52 Fayette street 
Moore John, carpenter, Park lane w of Cove street 
Moore Henry, labourer, Forest st s of Douglass 
Moore James, cabinet-maker, Forest street s of Orleans 
Moore Henry tailor, 111 n Howard street 
Moore & Danskin, gentlemen's furnishing store, 113 Balto. st 
Moore mrs Mary, mantua maker, 125 Baltimore street 
Moore mrs M & E. fancy dress & babit makers, 173 Balto. st 
Moore, Stabler & Co. druggists, 190 Baltimore street 
Moore Ann, seamstress, Bond street n of Ann 
Moore Samuel, bacon merchant, 97 Bond street 
tMoore William, seaman in steamboat Carroll, Salisbury st w 
tMoore Cyrus, Eutaw street opposite Barre [ofHar. run 

TMoore George, waiter, Hull's lane 5 doors w of Aisquith st 
tMoore Hamlet, Caroline street n of Wilk 
tMoore James, labourer, Thames st betw President st &- E. 
tMoore John, brickmaker, Busy alley [Falls avenue 

tMoore PameLia, washer, 30 N. Frederick st 
tMoore Maria, Cathedral st near Richmond 
tMoore James, seaman, Spring st n of Gough 
Mop John, labourer, Cove st extended 
Mopps Adam, carpenter, Holiday st n of Saratoga 
Mopps Wm. cordwainer, Park lane, w of Cove st 
Moran Richard, miller, city mill, dw cor Davis and Centre sts 
Moran Charles, weaver, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Moran Michael, carpenter, Hillen st e of Exeter 
Moran Gabriel, plasterer, Barry st rear Charles 
Morehead John, Falls turnpike, near the gate 
Morel John, fancy store, 5 Maryland Arcade 
Morgan mrs Martha B. Gay st w of Aisquith [Exeter sts 

Morgan Thos. potter, 44 Pitt st. pottery n e corner Pitt and 
Morgan Joseph, carpenter, Gay st e of Forrest 
Morgan Ephraim, blacksmith, corner Paca and Fayette sts. 

dw Long alley w of Lexington st 
Morhead John, weaver, Cove st w of Saratoga 
Morgan James, blacksmith, Paca st n of Pratt 
Morgan John, clerk in Franklin Bank Baltimore, dw Lloyd 

st s of Salisbury 
Morgan Michael, rail road tavern, Light near Pratt st 
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Morheiser Philip, C. painter, s vv corner Mulberry and Eutaw 

sts. dvv Biddle st \v of Penn avenue 
Morheiser Philip, saddler, Biddle st w of Penn avenue 
Morliag Win, H. saddle, bridle, harness and trunk maker, 25 

Centre Market Space 
Morling George, 143 Pratt st [of Penn avenue 

Morheiser John, feed store, 163 Franklin st; dvv Biddle st vv 
Morrell John, 7 e Baltimore st 
Morrin J. collector, 22 High st s of Pitt 
Morris Wm. & G. thistle factory store, 39 w Pratt st; dw s 

side Saratoga st between Charles and St. Paul's sts 
Morris John B. 15 South st. President MechanicsjBank' Bait. 
Morris James, blacksmith, Calvert st s of Mulberry; dvv Li- 
berty alley near Mil( st 
Morris Wm. labourer, Annapolis road, near Spring Gardens 
Morris Wm. shop keeper, 41 Bond st 
Morris Thomas, mill stone maker, 166 N. Eutaw st 
Morris Wm. Saratoga st near St. Paul's church 
Morris Geo. Saratoga st near St. Paul's church 
Morris Rev. J. G., Lexington st near Park 
Morris James A. grocer, corner Ann and Alice Anna sts 
Morris Jesse, hatter, Front st s of Low 
tMorris James, ship carpenter, Happy alley n of Fleet st 
Morrison Edwu. cordwainer, Cove st s of Franklin 
Morrison Cornelius, baker, 34 Block st 
Morrison mrs Ann, teacher, Water st w of Albemarle 
Morrison John, blacksmith, Hillen st w of East 
Morrison James, painter, 31 Sterling st 

Morrison Wm. deputy keeper in Penitential/, 46 Sterling st 
Morrison Sarah, shop keeper, Lancaster st w of Argyle alley 
Morrison James, blacksmith, Liberty alley, n of Beurenst 
Morrison Anthony, laborer, Forest st s of Orleans t 
Morrison Sarah, 28 Philpot st 
Morrison Priscilla, tailoress, East st n of Douglass 
Morrison James, shoemaker, 64 Front st 
Morrison James, painter, Burk st Canton] 
Morrow John, carpenter, Lee st betw Hanover & Sharp sts] 
Morrow Nancy, Montgomery st near William 
Morrow George, weaver, Peirce st vv of Chatsworth 
Morrow Robert, carpenter, Exeter st n of Pitt 
Morrow Samuel, weaver, Peirce st vv of Chatsworth 
Morrow John, shoe store, Thames st e of Block 
Morrow Wm. weaver, Preston st vv of Ross 
Morrow James, weaver, Franklin st extended 
Morrow John, weaver, Freedom st s of Franklin 
Morrow John, machine maker, Sugar alley, near Light st 
Morse Thomas W. tavern keeper, s e corner Centre Market 

Space and Swan st 
Morsell John, shoemaker, Henrietta st near Light 
Morion Jane, 60 Ann st 
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Mortimer James, tavern keeper, 9 Fish market 
Mortimer Mary, shop keeper, Lancaster st e of Market 
Mortimer & Mowbray, brush and variety store, 26i Pratt and 

22 and 180 Baltimore sts 
Mortimer J. W. d\v 80 Baltimore st 
Mortimer John W. firm of do; d\v near city spring 
Mortimer John, Holland st e of Aisquith 
tMortimer Chesterfield, waiter, Run alley n of Lexington st 
Morton G. C. commission merchant, 36 S. Gay st; dw Mul- 
berry st between Charles and St. Paul's sts 
Morton Saml. cotton spinner, 140 n Eutaw st [Lunn's lane 
Morton J. B. firm Coleman &, Morton; dw Paca street w of 
Morton Patrick, ostler, Chamberlain alley near Eutaw st 
Morton mrs Ann, Addison st s side 
Morton James, millwright, Cross st near Johnson 
Mose3 Isaac, Forest st n of Gay 

Mosher &> Smith, commission merchants, 89 Bowly's wharf 
Mosher John, merchant, 27 Sterling st 
Mosher James, surveyor of port of Bait ; dw 19 Fayette st 
Mosho Christain, cigar maker, 106 N. Eutaw st 
Moss John, labourer, Cove st extended 
Moss David, ship builder, Lancaster st w of Ann 
Morton George C., Mulberry st near Charles 
Mott mrs Rachel, 49 N. Gay st. O. T. [toga sts 

Mott Wm. cordwainer, North st between Pleasant and Sara- 
Mount Burnet, 34 Union st 
Mountgaret Jabez, cooper, Ruxton st 
Mowbray G. W. dw 22 Baltimore st 
Moxley "Walter, tobacconist, 29 Market st 
Moxley Wm. tin plate worker, 66 N. Howard st; dw Eager 

alley near Saratoga si 
Mudd George, shoemaker, 179 French st 
Mudge Wm. carpenter, corner Calvert and Water sts; shop 

Grant near Baltimore st 
Muirhead Wm. S Thames st, coffee roaster and spice grinder, 

Wine alley near Charles st 
Mulhear Owen, Holiday st n of Bath 
Mulhear Ellen, Sharp st near Saratoga 
Mules Samuel, cordwainer. Rock st n of Lexington 
Mules Thomas, boot and shoe maker, Garden st near Howard 
Mullen Margaret, washer, 44 S. Frederick st 
Mullen James, grocer, Potter st n of Douglass 
Mullen Frances, Bath st near Holiday 
Mullen Thomas, jr. coach maker, 132 High st 
Mullen James, captain of centre watch; dw s w corner Holi- 
day and Pleasant st3 [French 
Mullen Thomas sen. clerk Belle Air market, Exeter st sof 
Mullen Thomas, blacksmith, Jew alley s of Lexington, st 
Mullen Hichard, shoemaker. Temple st 
Mullen Jonathan, Penn avenue, n of Biddle st 
Mullen Peter, drayman, Pearcest wof Chatsworth 
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Mullen Thomas, drayman, French st s of High 

Mullen Mary, fancy store, 73 Lexington st 

Mullen James, block and pump maker, Ann st s of Wilk 

Muller Lewis C. constable, Water st 4th door e of Spring n 

side 
Mulley John cordwainer, Pine st w side n of Franklin 
Mullikin Wm. H. hardware store, Lexington st w of Eutaw, 

dw Eutaw st n of Lexington 
Mulliken Edward P. s Frederick st 
Mulliken James P. carpenter, 1 Mulberry st 
Mulliken O. W. grocer, 64 Mulberry st 
Mulliken & Greenfield, hardware merchants, 76 Lexington st 
Mullynix James, grocery and liquor store, Frederick st near 
Mu mma Samuel, victualler, York avenue [Water 

Munch mrs. Aisquith st n of Low 
Muncks Andrew, sugar refiner, Baltimore ste of Paca 
Munder C. F. baker, 23 s Liberty st 
Mundle mrs Catherine, 36 Fleet st 
Munk David, labourer, Penn avenue extended 
Munks Andrew, sugar refiner, George st e of Pine 
Munroe Nathaniel, clock and watchmaker, 222 Baltimore st. 

dw 95 Hanover st 
Munroe Finley, rigger, 25 Fleet st 
Munroe Dr. Thomas, 90 n Howard st 
Munroe Isaac, editor Patriot, Lexington st near Charles 
Murdoch Agnes, milliner, 52 n Howard st 
Murdoch Wm. F. & A. wholesale dry goods merchants, 8 a 

Charles st. dw W. F. M. 32 Sharp st 
Murdoch A. firm do dw St Paul st s of Franklin 
Murdoch Catherine, 19 s Liberty st 

Murdoch Thomas, merchant, s Charles st. dw corner of Court- 
land and Franklin sts [Light 
Murdoch R. blacksmith &, machine shop, Balderston st near 
Murkle Michael, carpenter, Mulberry st e of Pine 
Murray A. B. firm R. A. Taylor & co. dw Pascault's row, in 

Lexington street 
Murray Thomas, carter, St Paul st n of Franklin 
Murray Thomas, hatter, 31 Water st e of Frederick 
Murray Thomas, tavern keeper, 73 w Pratt st 
Murray James, tavern keeper, 12 w Pratt st 
Murray Patrick, shoemaker, Ruxton lane 
Murray James C grocer, s e corner Lee and Charles sts 
Murray Jacob, hair dresser, 34 South st 
Murray Frederick, shoemaker, Welcome alley between Sharp 

and Howard streets 
^Murray Nancy, corner e Water and Grant sts 
JMurray Mary, cook shop, Ruxton st 
Murray Aquilla B. Lexington st e of Pine « 

Murray Margaret, mantua maker, 65 n Liberty st 
Murray Matthew, Legrand's row, e Baltimore st 
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Murray Wm. H. cashier of Mechanic's bank, d\v n e corner of 

Aisquith and e Baltimore sts 
Murray John A. Bsnd st s of Ann 

Murray Francis, constable, corner Gay and Aisquith sts 
tMurray Samuel, labourer, Peirce st e of Pine 
tMurray George, labourer, Forest st n of Douglass 
Murphy John & Wm. house carpenters, 14 Fish M. space 
Murphy Wm. dw Salisbury st 2 doors from Lloyd 
Murphy John N. dw e Water st 3 doors from Harford run 
Murphy & League's wood yard, w Falls avenue s of Pratt st 
Murphy & League, grocers and ship brokers, 98 Dugan's wf. 
Murphy Thomas, firm Dobbin Murphy and Bose, dw Pitt st 

near Front 
Murphy mrs Ann, Perry st near Charles 
Murphy John, jr. western hotel, cor Howard & Saratoga sts 
Murphv Wm. carpenter, Salisbury st 1st door w of Lloyd 
Murphv John, carpenter, Water st near Caroline 
Murphy Patrick, oyster cellar, corner Low and Front sis 
Murphy Wm. grocer, s e corner Pratt and Albemarle sts 
Murphy John N. carpenter, Gough st n of Pratt 
Murphy Peter, labourer, Willi st e of Spring 
Murphy John, weaver, Preston st w of Ross 
Murphy Robert, weaver, Franklin st extended 
Murphy Dr. Thomas L. Caroline row, Caroline st 
Murphv Ellen, grocer, Tyson st 
Murphv Jesse D. tavern keeper, Light st near York 
Murphy capt. Thomas S. Caroline st n of Gough 
Murphv John, druggist, 69 Bond st 
Murphy James, Pleasant st near St Paul's lane 
iMurphy Wm. labourer, Crape alley 
tMurphv Nicholos, stone mason, Crape alley 
Murrav James, blacksmith, Henrietta st near Light 
Murray M. & co. comb, jewelry & variety store, 107 Balto. st 
Murray Wm. cabinet maker, Lexington st near Liberty, see 

advertisement. 
^Murray David, Spring st s of Gough 
jMurray Alexander, waiter, 20 Salisbury st 
tMurray Jackson, waiter, Biddle st w of Penn avenue 
tMurray Robert, musician, East st n of Ensor 
Muschett Walter, Mulberry st near Charles 
Museum Baltimore, n w corner Baltimore and Calvert sts 
Musgrave rev. George W. pastor of 3d Presbyterian church, 

Eutaw st dw Saratoga st near Eutaw 
Musgrave Andrew, cooper, Patterson st s of Pratt, dw near 

Trinity Church 
Musgrave rnrs Margaret, Exeter st n of Wilk 
Musgrave George, do do 

Musgrave Andrew, cooper, do do 

Musket Susannah, corner Market and Thames sts 
Musser Wm. M. millinery store, 15 e Baltimore st 
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Musser Henry, superintendent of Chimnies, St Paul st 2d 

door from Hamilton 
Muth Philip, baker, n w corner Pratt and Charles sts 
Myer Francis, teacher in female public school 20 Front st 
Myer James, sea captain, corner Ann and Lancaster sts 
Myer Jacob jr. clothier, corner Thames and Bond sts 
Myer Jacob sen. 19 Bond st 

Myer Frederick, tavern and boarding house, 56 Bond st 
Myer Thomas, brickmaker, Hanover st between Barre & Lee 
Myerdircks John P. confectioner and distiiier, 35 Pratt street 

near Hanover 
Myerhoffer Peter, cordwainer, corner Penn av. &, Franklin st 
Myers Charles, hatter, 48 Harrison st 
Myers Henry, china merchant, 53 Baltimore street dvv no. 18 

n Frederick street 
Myers Jacob & son, tobacconists, 55 South st. dvv Calvert st 
Myers Stephen, tailor, 34 Park st [near city spring 

Myers Jesse, livery stables, Green st s of Lexington, dw Green 

street n of Fayette 
Myers Sophia, Salisbury st between Lloyd and Harford run 
Myers Wm. Lloyd st s of Salisbury 
Myers George, shoemaker, Hampstead st w of Caroline 
Myers Catherine, Potter st n of Gay 

Myers rev. H. St Mary's college, Penn avenue n of Franklin st 
Myers Charles, victualler, Penn avenue s of Hoffman st 
Myers mrs Elizabeth, Exeter st s of French 
Myers Charles, victualler, Ross st extended 
Myers Wm. labourer, Apple alley s of Alice Anna st 
Myers George, victualler, w end Baltimore st 
Myers capt. John, 74 Alice Anna st 
Myers Charles, hatter, Constitution st s of Monument 
Myers Charles, skin dresser, Lefferman's court near French 

street tan yard 
Myers George, brass founder, French st near High 
Myers Eleanor, Beuren st n of Liberty alley 
Myers Daniel, seaman, Spring st n of Gough 
Myers Christian, grocer, Harford road s of Ensor st 
Myers Lewis, labourer, Cross st near Johnson 
Myers Daniel, grocer, 78 Franklin st 

Myers &, Bokce, importers of china and glass, 53 Baltimore st 
Myers John, baker, cor Light st and Armistead lane 
Myers E. S. dry goods merchant, 217 Baltimore st 
Myers mrs Ann, stock maker, 38 Baltimore st 
Myers Jacob, clothing store, corner Bond and Thames sts 
Myers Sarah, Iluxt.on st 
Myers George W. clerk, Barre st near Sharp 
Myers Henry, grocer, Hanover st near Hili 
Myers Jeremiah, Sharp st near Liberty 
tMyers Mary, Chatsworth st e side s of Franklin 
tMyers Henrietta, Herring's alley near Stiles st 

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tMyers Solomon, Salisbury st w of Harford run 

}Myers Nathan, drayman, Potter st s of Low 

tMyers Robert, carter, Wilk st w of Ann 

tMyers Elizabeth, washer, Biddle alley w of Ross st 

tMyers John, labourer, cor McElderry and Canal sts 

tMyers Peter, sawyer, Pratt st road 

{Myers Jeremiah, "labourer, East st n of Douglass 

tMyers Edward, drayman, East st s of Douglass 

Myres James, sexton of Cathedral, and publisher of Catholic 

works, Mulberry st rear of Cathedral 
J\ABB G. W., attorney at law, oiTi; ayette st near Cal 

vert, dw Camden st n of Sharp 
Naff John H. auctioneer and com. mercht. 1 N. Charles st; 

dw Pleasant st w of St. Paul's 
Nagle Catherine, Columbia st w of Paca 
tNailor Jacob, labourer, French st e of High 
tNailor Lewis do do e of Exeter 

Nairn Dr. J. C. dentist, 43 S. Charles st 
tNailer Sampson, labourer, Guilford alley, near Light st 
Nails Benjamin F. house, sign and fancy painter and glazier, 

2 N. Frederick st 
Naly Richard, coach spring maker, 117 S. Howard st 
Nantz John, inspector of customs, 72 High st 
Narrit Francis, paver, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 
Nash Charles, ship carpenter, Lee st w of Hanover 
Nash Ephraim, ship carpenter, Yorkst near Light 
tNathans Daniel, vvhitewasher, Mulberry st near Park 
Naugle Jacob, shoemaker, 15 Mott st 
Nattally Alice, Front st opposite York 
Navy Agent's office, corner Fayette and North sts 
Naylor Dorbin, carpenter, Eden st n of Gough 
Neal Win. & Jos. booksellers and stationers, 174 Baltimore st 
Neal Richard, wood dealer, Exeter st n of Fawn 
tNeale John, carter, Argyle alley, s of Wilk st 
Neale James, 66 South st. manufacturer of patent cordage; 

dw corner Charles and West sts 
Neale John O. blacksmith, n w cor Holiday and Centre sts 
Neale James G. bricklayer, Hanover st near Lee 
Neale Francis, commission merchant, dw Chatsworth st ex- 
tended, store 3 Light st wharf 
Neale Henry, 5 Thomsen st 
tNeale Richard, labourer, Penn avenue extended 
Nealy Wm. labourer, Franklin st extended 
Nebiker Peter, engineer, York st near Light 
Needham Asa, grocer, 28 Light st wharf; dw 126 Hanover st 
Needles J. cabinet maker and upholster, 54 Hanover street; 

dw 53 do 
Neelan Hannah, tailoress, 9 Tripolett's alley 
Needles mrs Elizabeth, dry goods store, 56 Hanover el 
Neely John, dw 224 N. Howard st 

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N^elTjohn. select academy, n w corner Charles aud Balti 

more sts; dw Paca st n of Franklin 
Neff Peter, s e corner Courtland »nd Mulberry sts 
Neighbors mrs Ann, tailoress, 26 Fleet st ] Constitution 

NeiLson Robert, firm Sands &, Neilson; dw French st near 
Neilson James, coach maker, 58 Exeter st 
Neilson Joseph J., Orleans st e of Eden 
Neilson Mary Jane, milliner, Aisquith st s of Douglass 
Neilson Wrn. blacksmith, Strawberry alley n of Pratt st 
Neilson mrs Albert T., Lexington st w of Pearl 
Neilson Robert, laborer, Spring st s ot Wilk 
Neihon Catherine, seamstress, Ensor st n e of Monument 
Neilson Joseph, labourer, Britton st n e of Monument 
Neiman Fred'k. clock and watch maker, 71 w Pratt st 
Neimeyer Harman, carpenter, 120 S Sharp st 
fNelson Wm. blacksmith. Commerce st between Pratt and 

Cable sts: dw Caroline st between Pinkney & Pratt sta 
fNelson Emanuel, carter, Chatsworth st n of Franklin 
Nelson John, attorney at law, N. Calvert st s of Lexington 
Nelson Charles, whitesmith, 16 S. Liberty st 
Nelson D. L. dentist, Calvert st n of Pleasant 
Nenninger B. music master, 2 Courtland st 
Nesbit Judge, Frederick st between Baltimore & Second sts 
tNetler Dennis, labourer, Welcome alley, between Sharp and 

Howard sts [North st near Fayette 

Nevins Rev. William, pastor First Presbyterian Church, dw 
Nevins mrs. boarding house, Saratoga st near Park 
Newall Isaac, grocer, corner Aisquith and Gay st 
Newbell John, shoemaker, Sharp st 2 doors s of Saratoga 
Newberry James, labourer, 111 N. Eutaw st 
Nevvlin Cvrus, grocer, 12 Light st wharf 
fNewitt D'aniel, waterman, Peirce st w of Pine |0> A me 

Newman Joseph, piano forte manufacturer, Baltimore st w 
Newman Wm. W. carpenter, Holliday st n of Saratoga 
Newman Thomas, shoemaker, Shakspearest vv of MarKet 
tNewman Fanny, Park lane w of Cove st 
fNewman John, Sawyer, Spring st n of Gougri 
Newman Lawson, carpenter, Exeter st n ot Wilk 
Newman Joseph, piano maker, German st near Green 
Newman Mary, Baltimore st w of Pine [st near Charles 

Newman G. H. Sc A. merchants, 49 S. Gay st; dw Lexington 
Newton Wm. comb maker, Sarah Ann st w u\ Cove 
Newton Rosetta, 50 S. Howard st 

Newton Thomas, cordwainer, George st w of Penn avenue 
Newton Mary, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Newton Ann, washer, Granby st w oi Gougn 
tNewton Isaac, labourer, Union st e of Penn avenue 
Niblet Joshua, blacksmith, Camden st near Sharp 
Nice John, seaman, Monument st e of Ensor 
Nice Mary, tailoress, Ensor st s w of Harford avenue 
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Nice Sophia, fancy store, 20 Bazaar 

Nicholl Thomas Y. bricklayer, Caroline st n of Wilk 

Nicholas Wm. stocking weaver, Penn avenue extended 

Nicholas Wesley, 117 High st 

Nicholl Wm. plasterer, Pratt st 6 doors e of Caroline 

Nicholds Wm. weaver, 61 Albemarle st 

tNicholds John caulker, Argyle alley s of Fleet st 

Nichols Wm. labourer, Montgomery st near Charles 

Nicholas Edward, Richmond st near Howard 

tNicholas Esther, William alley near William st [Harrison 

Nicholson Isaac L. 72 Pitt st. lottery office Baltimore st w of 

Nicholson John, Aisquith st n of Pitt 

Nicholson Wm. P. merchant, Aisquith st n of Pitt 

Nicholson John, grocery and feed store, 109 Camden st 

Nicholson Thomas, carpenter, 83 Saratoga st 

Nicholson Lewis, seaman and rigger, Thames st w of Bond 

Nicholson J. J. lottery and exchange office, corner Centre and 

Fish markets, residence Pitt st 
Nicholson Benj. tavern keeper, 15 Fish market space 
Nicholson &l Brothers, lottery & exchange office, 16 Bait, st 
Nicholson mrs Mary, tutoress, 54 N. Gay st 
Nicholson Lewis, laborer, 5 Philpot st 
Nicholson Jacob, carter, William st near Cross 
Nicholson & Baily, coffee house, n e cor Green and Bait, sts 
Nicholson Capt. Joseph, Saratoga st near St. Paul's 
Nicholson Henry, blacksmith, Baltimore st extended 
Nicholson Henry, labourer, Harford road s e side 
tNicholson Henry, St. Mary's st s of Ross 
f Nicholson Catherine, washer, Mechanics' alley s side 
tNicholson Jenny, stevadore, Bank st w of Spring 
tNicholson Charles, 97 Conway st 
tNicholson Adden, Peirce st w of Pearl 
tNicholson George, Carpenter's alley 
Nickerson Charles' V., 112 Baltimore st 
Nickson John, meal seller, Aisquith st n of Monument 
Nicoll David, stone mason, Beuren st n of French 
Nichols David, carpenter, Henrietta st near Charles 
Niemeyer Charles, shoemaker, German st near Howard 
Nigh Samuel, dw 208 N. Howard st 

NilesHezekiah, printer and editor of "Niles's Register," of- 
fice Water st e of South; dw 68 St. Paul's st 
Niles Benj. F. druggist, 126, N. Howard st 
Niles J. W. hatter, SJ2 Pratt st w of Charles [Barnet st 

Niles J. W. J. printer and book seller, 153 Baltimore st; dw 
Niles J. drayman, Bank lane n side 
Nimmo Wm. R. 50 Harrison st 
Ninde James, watchmaker, 7 S. Gay st 
Ninde Alexander St Co. dry goods mercht 103 Baltimore st 
Nippard David, potter, n e corner Hampstead and Eden sts 
Nisewenger John, Fayette st w of Pearl 
Nixdorf Tobias, merchant. Fayette st w of Pine 
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Nixon John, meal seller, Aisquith st n of Monument 

Noble Roswell S. machinest, 3 Mercer st 

Noblet mrs Sarah, dry goods store, Lombard st near Charles 

NoelJohn, barber, 28 N. Howard st 

Noke mrs Elizabeth, Rock st n of Lexington [museum 

Nones & Co. lottery and exchange office, under Baltimore 

Noon mrs. Ross st e of Paca 

Norden James, cordvvainer, 13 S. Charles st 

Norfolk mrs S. fancy milliner and mantua maker, 70 Bait, st 

Norman M. S. commission merchant, 38 S. Gay st 

Norman Michael, commission merchant, 6 Waterloo row 

Calvert st 
Norman John, shoemaker, Low st 1st door w of Aisquith 
Norman Capt. 6 Waterloo row, Calvert st 
Norris T. E. & Co. grocers &, com. merchants, 82 w Pratt st 
Norris Lloyd, tea dealer & grocer, 37 w Pratt st. dw 92 s Sharp 
Norris Mary, s e cor Lombard and Eutaw streets 
Norris George W. 14 s Howard street 
Norris Richard, grocer, s w cor Park st &, Wagon alley 
Norris Richard, dw 62 n Charles street 
Norris Edward, firm Norris &, Wyeth,5*27 Hanover street 
Norris mrs William, 21 s Howard street 
Norris Sarah, 50 Hanover street 
Norris John, shoe maker, Caroline street s of Wilk 
Norris Ann, 100 s Sharp street 

Norris Jonathan, justice of peace, n w cor Eutaw and Sara- 
toga sts. dw Hookstown road n of Stockton's 
Norris Isaac, ship carpenter, Wilk street e of High 
Norris Isaac, carter, Cove street n of Mulberry 
Norris mrs Mary, e Baltimore street near and w of Har. run 
Norris Richard, Saratoga street near Charles 
Norris James, carpenter, Granby street w of the run 
Norris mrs Mary, s e cor Lomba'rd and Eutaw streets 
Norris Robert, seaman, Wilk st w of Caroline 
Norris Jonathan, Penn. avenue extended 
Norris B. B. grocer, cor Pine and Fayette sts 
Norris Edward, shoemaker, Caroline st s of York 
Norris Edward S. dw Camden st w of Sharp 
Norris Benjamin, grocer, s w cor Pine and Fayette sts. <Jw 
cor Howard and Fayette sts [ette sta 

Norris mrs| Williamina, mantua maker, cor Howard & Fay- 
JNorris William H. attorney at law, Fayette st n of St. Paul 
Norris 8c Wyeth, dry goods merchants, 1734 Baltimore street 
Norris &. Beatty, hardware merchants, 212 Baltimore street 
Norris Richard" & Co. hardware Store, 216 Baltimore street 
Norris William B. 256 Baltimore street \ 

Norris.E. S. dry goods merchant, 254£ Baltimore st. dw How- 
ard street betw German & Lombard 
Norris Thomas A. grocer, 256 Baltimore street 
tNorris Priscilla, Annapolis road near Spring Gardens 

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North Edward, watchman, Alice Anna st wof Washington, 

Norton James H. cabinet lockrnaker, Jackson st s side 

f Norton Henry, whitevvasher, cor High and Salisbury sts 

tNorlon Mary, washer, Pine street n of Franklin 

Norwood John L. painter, 27 2 Wilk street 

Norwood John, grocer, Saratoga street e of Cove 

Notherman George, shoe store, 22 Centre Market space, dw 

Nauvelle Mary, York street near Charles [67 Exeter street 

Norville William, 16 Block street 

Nougeus Joseph, bricklayer, 150 n Eutaw street 

Nougeus Mary, Doctress, 150 n Eutaw street 

Noyes, E. dentist, 69 Lombard street 

Nowland Lambert, 142 Hanover street 

Nowlan James, labourer, 92 High street 

Nowlin Francis, tavern keeper, cor Patterson & Cable sts. dvv 

Charles street near City Spring 
Noyd mrs. milk woman, William street near Cross 
Noyes David, 16 New Church street [ofPenn av 

Nugent Win. produce dealer, 74 Franklin st. dw George st w 
Nulton Maria, milk seller, Lloyd st e side s of Salisbury st 
Numsen William, baker, Paca street n of Pratt 
Nursear Sebastian, shoe maker, 39 Fayette street 
Nursear Jesse W. shoe maker, 39 Fayette street 

fOAKFORD GEORGE, labourer, Wolfst n of Gough 
Oakley P. H. office Charles street 1 door from Baltimore st. 

dw 125 Hanover street 
Oakley capt Joseph Barre street near Charles 
Obertouffer John C. distiller, cor Bond and Pitt sts 
O'Brien C. C. C. gun and rifle maker, 55 s Frederick street 
O'Brien Jeremiah, grocer, cor Pitt and East sts 
O'Brien mrs Bridget, Wilk street e of Wolf 
O'Brien Dennis, labourer, Park street extended 
O'Brien Mary, grocer, Pratt st w of Green 
Ockarman Catherine, 13 Franklin street 
O'Connell James, carpenter, Ross st w of Eutaw 
O'Connor Eugene, teacher, cor Baltimore and Eden sis 
O'Connor Patrick, Light st near Henrietta 
O'Connor Sarah, seamstress, 44 s Frederick street 
O'Connor mrs Lucy, profesaor of music, Saratogo st near 

Courtland 
O'Connor mrs Catherine, Shakspeare st w of Market 
O'Connor Daniel, huckster, East st n of Douglass 
Odd Fellows Hall, 37 n Gay street, W. Grouch keeper 
Odell and Ives, brass founders, North street near Bath 
O'Donald James, stonecutter, George street e of Pine 
O'Donnell B. grocer, cor Pratt and Frederick sts. dw corner 

Water and Frederick sts 
O'Donnell Columbus, dw Charles street 4 doors n of Mulberry 
O'Donnell Sarah C. Lexington street w of Pearl 
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O'Donnell Bartholomew, labourer, 60 Fleet street 

O'Donovan Jeremiah, grocer, Penn. avenue extended 

O'Donovan Doctor John H. Franklin street near Park 

Oekes Pattle, labourer, Saratoga street w of Cove 

Oelricks & Lurman, 3 n Charles street 

O'Flaherty Michael, labourer, Spring st s of Gough 

Ogden mis Benjamin, 10 New Church street 

Ogden mrs Maria, milliner, 91 Green street 

Ogier mis Mary, cor Gougl- and Eden streets 

Ogle William, carpenter, 55 n Eutaw street 

Ogle Joseph, bricklayer, Freedom st n of Pearce st 

Ogle Adkin S. bricklayer, Fayette street e of Cove 

Ogle Elizabeth, 15 Mott street 

Ogle James, painter, Liberty alley n of Beuren street 

O Harra James, smith in general, 19 Concord street 

O Harra, John, tavern keeper, 43 i Water st e of Gay 

O Harra John, labourer, Harford road n e side 

O'Keefe Daniel, grocer, n e cor Apple allev 8c Lancaster st 

Oldfield Granville S. Hamilton row Hamilton street 

O Laughlin M. house, sign and ornamental painter, 4 Holi- 

day street, dw High street s of French 
O Laughlin John, shoemaker, Harford road n of the Church 
O dam Joseph, cooper, Mercer street w of Grant 
Oldham John, chair maker, 40 South street 
tOldham Caleb, caulker, 63 Albemarle street 
nr l\ Edvvard > sweep master, s e cor Bank & Market st 
Oliver William, domestic manufacturer, Preston st w of Ross 
O hver capt William, Water st n side 1st door w of Lloyd 
Oliver mrs. 10 s Gay street 
Oliver Hibernian Free School, Wm. Gibson teacher, North 

street s of Saratoga 
tOliver John, cigar maker, 15 Holland street 
lrl. Ver 3 ? enrietta > barber, Short street n of Jefferson 
riii ai r James ' ca rter, Cove street near Pratt 
Oil Adam, blacksmith, Potter street w side 
Olmiere Sophia, seamstress ^Caroline street s of Water 
Olvis John, baker, 2 French street 

Omacost Joshua, comb maker, Low st betw Potter St Exeter 
Ondutch mrs Ann, Baltimore street e of Pine 
O Neale John, carter, '36 n Frederick street 
O Neill James, shoe maker, 22 Pratt st w of the Market space 
O iNeill Robert teacher, s e cor Paca & Franklin sts 
riivT-ii John ' labourer > Whitworth's row e of Ross street 
rvxT-.i S rs Ehza * tavern and sh °P- n e cor F,eet & Caroline 
rvxr- 1 Ko S er » cotton duck manufacturer, Hamburg st near 
<> JNeil Daniel, grocer, cor Cross & William sts f William 
O Neillo William, 27 Concord street 
Onion Edward, tailor, Water street w of Lloyd 
Onion Thomas, plaisterer, wside Har. run, fronting Pratt st. 
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Oniou Corbin L. teacher, 75 Ensor street 

Opperman George Lewis, glover, n e corner Centre Market 

Space and Swan st 
Opperman Ann, seamstress, Water st near Strawberry alley 
Oram John, labourer, Sugar alley 
Oram Isaiah, labourer, Argyle alley, s of Alice Anna st 
Orchard Wm H. teacher of music, 86 S. Sharp st 
Orem John, Charles st near Camden 
Orem John, M. merchant tailor, 200 Baltimore st 
Oram Henry, inn keeper, Lexington st w of Eutaw 
Ormswood J as. skin dresser, Lefferman's court, near French 

st tan yard 
Orndorff & Co. flour mts. n e corner Baltimore and Paca sts 
Orndorff John H. firm do. dw 116 Lombard st 
Orphan, St. Mary's Asylum, Franklin st near Cathedral 
Orphan, (Bait.) Female Asylum, Mulberry st between Park 
and Charles sts [Market Space 

Osborne, James, second hand furniture store, Second st near 
Osborne Susan, Tripolett's alley 
Osborne James, Tripolett's alley 
Osborne mrs North st near Bath 

Osborne Alohonso E. bricklayer, Green st s of Baltimore 
Osborne Susan, 89 Pitt st 

Osborne Joseph, carpenter, Fayette st e of Cove 
Osborne John F., Bond st s of Gough 
Osborne Wm. naiior, Happy alley n of Gough st 
tOsbome George, labourer, Park st extended 
tOsier Wm. porter, L. Pleasant st near College alley 
Ostendorf Anton, watchmaker, 43 Camden st 
Osterman mr. carpenter, Hughes st near Light 
Osterman Joseph, pawn broker, s e cor Baltimore and High st 
Oswald Dr. John, Paca st s of Saratoga 
Oudeslays Harriet, 43 Lexington st 
Ounfitzhan Tobias, shoemaker, Light st near Hamburg 
Oursler Edw. sup. chimnies, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Ottmer Peter, carpenter, Franklin st e of Cove 
Otto Dr. Gustavus, 99 Bond st 
Overbeck Henry A. confectioner, 42 Franklin st 
Ovvare John, barber, Franklin st e of Penn avenue 
Owen Thos. G., Amity st n of Lexington 
Owen Cap. Wm. agent for steamboat Gov. Wolcott, and com. 
mercht. lower end Patterson st. dw n Charles near Sa- 
ratoga st 
Owen Ilev. John, Lexington st w of Pine 
Owens Wm. farmers' and planters' agent, 80 Dugan's wharf 
Owens Rachel, milliner, 23 Market st 
Owens James C. carpenter, Gay st w of Aisquith 
Owers Dr. Isaac, Aisquith st w of Pitt 
Owens.loseph, keeper Maryland Penitentiary, dw do 
Owens Sarah, grocery and liquor store, cor Fell and Wolf sts 
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Owens Joseph, carpe iter, 287 n Howard st 

Owens Isaac, grocer, Exeter st n of Wilk 

tOwens Basil, cooper, w end Baltimore st 

tOvvens Charles, labourer, Happy alley, n of Lancaster st 

Owing George, Saratoga st w of Cove 

Owings Saml. C. North st bet Saratoga and Pleasant sts 

Owing3 Saml. C. proprietor of livery stables, Davis st n of 

Saratoga 
Owings James, cotton yarn warehouse, 2 s Liberty st 
Owings Caleb, Franklin st e of Pine 
Owings Joshua W. globe inn, Baltimore st n of Howard 
Owings Joseph A. house carpenter, 142 n Eutaw st 
Owings Thomas, carpenter, Hill st near Charles 
Owings Edwd. seaman, Montgomery st near Light 
Owings Wm. machinest, Charles st near Montgomery st 

BACKWARD James, fisherman 63 Bond st 
Padget John, shoemaker, 2 French st [19 do 

Page Daniel, ship joiner,, lower end McElderry's wharf; dw 
Page & Foreman, grocers, 80 Dugan's wharf 
Page Wm. firm do; dw Stiles st near President 
Page's hotel, Exchange buildings, entrance Water st. see adv 
Page Albert, ship joiner, Pratt st e of the bridge 
Page Washington & William J. ship joiners, near the draw 
bridge, dw Washington Page Pratt st near the bridge 
Page Wm. ship joiner, Wilk st e of Jones's falls 
Page mrs Mary, Exeter st s of Stiles 
Page Wm. J. dw Wilk st near President 
tPage Cyrus, Caroline st s of Water 

Paine Allen, silver plater, Pine st s of Fayette," store s e cor- 
ner Baltimore and Howard sts 
Pain Frederick, Saratoga st w of Eutaw 
tPaine John, labourer, Gay e of East st 
tPallassian Victorine, tobacconist, 5 Bond st 
Palmatory John, tailor, Frederick st near Gay 
Palmer Thomas E. com. mercht. 2 Bowly's wharf 
Palmer Miles, carpenter, Spring st n of Pratt 
Palmer Edw. com mt 4 Bowly's wharf; dw 114 Hanover st 
Palmer Thomas, gilder, looking glass and fancy hardware 

store, 108£ Baltimore st; dw 3 Fayette st 
Palmer Isaac, shoemaker, East st s of Douglass 
* Palmer James, labourer, Peirce st e of Pine 
Pamphilion Wm. J. carpenter, Grant st between Baltimore 

and Mercer; dw Paca st s of New 
Pamphilion & Geary, carpenters, Grant st between Baltimore 

and Mercer; dw Mulberry w of Calvert 
Pamphilion James, cooper, Eutaw st opposite Barre 
Pamphilion Nicholas, comb maker, Eutaw st opposite Barre 
tParis Hannah, Peirce st w of Pearl [Cove st 

Parish Jacob, wheelwright, 145 Pratt st dw Columbia near 

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Parker Nathan, collector, Fayette st opposite Post office 
Parker Jonathan, tavern keeper, 5 Centre Market Space 
Parker James, Slater, 7 Commerce st 
Parker Oliver, stove manufacturer and dealer in iron, corner 

Lombard and Calvert sis. d\v Hamilton row e Water st 
Parker Mary Ann, temperance grocery store, 120 Hanover st 
Parker John, labourer, Fleet st vv of Caroline 
Harker George, gardener, Richmond st \v of Howard st 
Parker Thomas, carter, Caroline st n of Fleet 
Parker capt Thomas, J20 Wolf ft 
tParker Caroline, Pearl st n of Saratoga 
tParker Margaret, Run alley n of Lexington st 
tParker Stephen, labourer, Chatsworth st n of George 
Parkinson, Robt. ship carpenter, cor Light st &, Sugar alley 
Parkinson James, tailor, Jackson st n side 
Parks Ruth, Tripolett's alley, near Second st 
Parks Thomas H. grocer, 70 s Calvert st 
Parks mrs Mary, Exeter st n of Pitt 
Parks Elizabeth, 47 Hanover st 
Parks Mary, Jefferson row Conway st 

Parks Sarah, grocer, s w corner Caroline and Hampstead sta 
Parks Abraham, se corner Spring and Pratt sts 
Parks Archibald, wood corder, Eden st s of Gough 
tParks George, labourer, Cove st s Baltimore 
fParks Priscilla, washer, Pleasant st near Park 
tParkinson Nicholas, porter, Park st extended 
Parlett Elizabeth, Baltimore st w of Pearl 
Parr mrs Margaret, stone and earthenware store, 49 South st 

manufactory Eden st 
Parr miss Ann, milliner, T2 Hanover st 
Parr David, potter, Pitt st 2d door w of Eden st 
Parr's mis Margaret, pottery, Eden n of York st. store South 

st near Pratt 
Parr mrs Elizabeth, milliner, High st n of Water 
Parrish Stephen, cabinet maker, Union st e of Penn avenue 
Parrish capt Lewis, Exeter st n of Wilk 
Parry J. marble cutler, York st near Light 
Parrot James, tailor, Comet st near Aisquith 
Parsons Thomas, shoe manufacturer, Baltimore st e of Cove 
Parsons Magdaline, corner Pearl and Mulberry sts 
Parsons Edward, lime manufacturer, Falls turnpike near gate 
Parsons John, clerk, n w corner Green and Lombard sts 
Parsons Samuel, trunk maker, Pratt st near the bridge 
Partridge James, printer, 16 Mercer st 
Partridge mrs Hannah, 101 Hanover st 
Partridge D. B. grocer, corner Bank st and Happy alley 
Patapsco fire apparatus, corner Fayette and North sts 
Pater Wm. pilot, Washington st n of Alice Anna 
tPaschal Peter, labourer, Peirce st w of Pearl 
Patrick Lorenzo D. tailor, 27 s Frederick st 

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Patrick capt. Win. Gough st n of Pratt 

tPatrick Letty, Run alley s of Lexington st 

Patridge E. K. broker, 16 Second st, dw Mulberry 

Patriot Baltimore and mercantile daily advertiser, I. Munroe 

publisher, corner Baltimore and North sts 
Passeal Peter, sea captain, n e corner Spring and Orleans sts 
Passel Rose, Green st n of .Mulberry 
Passaey James, morocco dresser, Perm avenue extended 
Passano Joseph, 1 Maryland Arcade 
Passano Joseph, fancy store, 36 Baltimore st 
Pasterfield Caleb, shoemaker, 5 Comet st 
Pastin Ellen, tailoress, corner McElderry and Canal sts 
Pastorius Samuel, grocer, cor Mulberry st and Lerew's alley 
Patten Wm. leather dealer, dw Charles st 3 doors n of Lee 
Patten Melinda,Long alley s of Saratoga st 
Patterson Mary Ann, Carpenter's alley near Eutaw st 
Patterson John, carpenter, Potter st n of Pitt 
Patterson Richard, corner Market space and Water sts 
Patterson mrs Elizabeth, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Patterson J. W. & E. iron merchants, s w corner Pratt and 

Commerce sts 
Patterson John, ship carpenter, Alice Anna st w of Bond 
Patterson J. W. dw 96 Hanover st 
Patterson John, rigger, Lancaster st w of Market 
Patterson Edward, dw w end Baltimore st 
Patterson Priscilla, seamstress, Caroline st n of Baltimore 
Patterson Joseph, J8 South st 
Patterson Fdvvard, dw 276 Baltimore st 
Patterson John, merchant tailor, 22 South st 
Patterson Wm. cooper, Ruxton st 

Patterson mrs Joanna, n vv corner Charles and Fayette sts 
Patterson Wm. cooper, York st near Charles 
Patterson miss Sarah E. Barnet st near Charles 
Patterson James, cooper, York st near Charles 
Patterson Abigail, Jefferson row, Conway st 
Patterson Littleton, shoemaker, Homespun alley 
Patterson Catherine, Paca st n of Lexington 
Patterson Wm. carpenter, East st n of Douglass 
Patterson Wm. carpenter, Cove st n of Fayette 
Patterson James A. deputy city collector, Exeter st n of York 
Patterson J. H. druggist s e corner Baltimore and Eden sts 
Patterson Wm. brickmaker, Water st n side e of Lloyd 
tPatterson Joshua, Spring st near Pratt 
Patton James H. cabinet maker, 110 s Sharp st 
Paul John P. proprietor Washington Museum, over Maryland 

Arcade, C. Market space 
Paul Catherine, umbrella maker, & oil silk factory, 7 s How- 
Paul James, tailor, Saratoga st near Eutaw [ard st 
Paul Wm. mate, 112 Wolf st 
Pawley John, carpenter. Camden st near Hanover 
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Pawley James, china and glass store, 31 s Calvert street, dw 

corner Monument and Ensor sts 
Pawley John, carpenter, 44 Pearl st 
Pawson Wm. clerk, 12 High st 
Paxton miss J. tutoress, Mulberry st vv of Pearl 
Payne John, printer, Pine st s of George 
Payson Henry, 123 Hanover st 
Payton John, labourer, Forest st s of Monument 
Peach Martha Jane, bookfolder, cor Wagon al. & Howard st 
tPeach Samuel, labourer, Charles st pear Montgomery 
tPeach Wm. brick maker, Welcome alley between Sharp 

and Hanover sts 
Peace Julius, wheelwright, 43 Front st 
Peachy T. G. saddle, harness and trunk maker, 7 Light st 
Peacock George, proprietor American hotel, 56 w Pratt st 
Peacock Ingram E. umbrella maker, 100 w Pratt st 
Peacock Samuel, shoemaker, Beuren st n of Monument 
Peacock Wm. ship carpenter, Philpot st near Church 
Peal John, deputy keeper at Penitentiary, York avenue 
Peale mrs Martha, Pratt st 3 doors e of Spring 
Peale miss S. M. portrait painter, Fayette st opp. Post office 
Pearce Charles R. firm of Birckhead and Pearce, dw n e cor 

Charles and Lexington sts 
Pearce A. W. dentist, 19 s Liberty st 
Pearce Wm. of Custom house, Maiden lane 
Pearce Richard, shoemaker, Forest st n of Douglass 
Pearsall Nathaniel, lumber merchant, corner Alice Anna & 

Exeter sts, dw 47 Albemarle st 
Pearson Joseph & sons, fur store, 260 Baltimore st 
Pearson Mary, Caroline st n of Pratt 
Pearson Levi, coppersmith, Montgomery st near Charles 
f Pearson Elisha, East st n of Douglass 
Peas Elizabeth, Pearl st n of Fayette 
Pease Francis, cooper, Fayette st e of Eutaw 
Pease Christopher, cooper, 73 Wagon alley 
Peaster John C. tailor, Saratoga st w of Pine 
Pechin & Boothby, printers, over 110 Baltimore st 
Peck Henry, boot and shoemaker, 9 vv Pratt st 
Peck John, carpenter, corner Silver and Spring sts 
tPeck Henry, labourer, Conway st near Cove 
fPeck Lewis, labourer, Guilford alley near Light st 
tPeck Thomas, intersection Harford av and Ensor st 
Peechy John, coachmaker, Harford road n of Lumber yard 
Peedham Joseph, merchant, n w cor Park and Franklin sts 
Pedwze Catherine Eden st s of Orleans 
Peirce Thomas, commission merchant, 97 Bowly's wharf, 

dw 71 s High street 
Peirce Israel, Franklin st near St Paul's lane 
Peirce Ann, Paca st n of Camden 
Peirce Thomas, commission mt. 71 High st store Bowly's wf. 

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Peirce Richard, huckster, Wine st e of Cove 

Peirce John, carter, Baltimore st w of Cove 

Peirce Thomas, iabourer, Harford avenue n of the Church 

Peirpoint John, cordwainer, Pearl st s of Fayette 

Peirpoint Misael, Cove st s of Peirce 

Peirson James, weaver, s e corner Baltimore St Spring sts 

Peirson Thomas, tanner, 73 Ensorst 

Peltan Cornelius, Spring st n oi'Gough 

Peltan Wm. confectioner, 71 Harrison st 

Pendergrass Wm. huckster, French st n of Front 

Pendleton Margaret, huckster, 31 Exeter st 

Pendleton mrs Elizabeth, boarding house, 246i Baltimore st 

[Pendleton John, musician and white washer, 103 s Eutaw st 

Penitentiary Maryland, s w corner Forest and Madison sts, 

J. Owens keeper 
Penn Jacob W. bailiff, corner Pine and Fayette sts 
Penn Jacob, city bailiff, Pearl st sof Lexington 
Penn Jacob, brickrnaker, Light st near Austin 
Penniman Thomas &, co. commission merchants, 77 Bowly's 

wharf, dw T, P. High st near Pratt 
Penniman Augustus, book keeper, Frederick st near Balto. 
Pennington Josias, Mount Vernon 

Pennington Jno.H. piano forte tuner, Holland st e of Aisquith 
Pennington James, chair maker, Harford road n of the lum- 
ber yard 
Pentz Daniel, victualler, Pitt street s side e of Eden 
Pentz John J. victualler, Pitt st 3d door e of Eden 
Pentz P. Henry, victualler, Pitt st w of Strawberry alley 
Pentz Henry jr. victualler, Holland st e of Harford run 
Peopet Conrad, cabinet maker, Penn av. s of Hoffman st 
Pepar Charles, watchmaker, Centre Market space 
Peregoy Caleb, carpenter, Paca st n of Franklin, shop, Lex- 
ington st e of Howard 
Peregoy James, carpenter, n side Loudenslager'sHill 
Peregoy Joseph, Orleans st e of Caroline 
Peregoy James, cooper, Park lane e of Cove si 
Peregoy Robett, baker and grocer, corner^Sterling and Mon- 
ument streets 
Perigo Daniel, capt. of E, night watch, Wilk st e of Market 
Perigo Joseph, cooper, George st w of Penn avenue 
Perigo INathan, carpenter 5 Hampstead st w of Spring 
Perigoy James C. carpenter, Orleans st n side e of Eden 
Perigoy Nicholas, carpenter, Mulberry st e of Paca 
Perin John, baker, Second st near Church 
Perine Thomas, 53 s Liberty street 
Perine Ann, tailored, Penn. avenue extended 
Perine Maoldin, potter, n w corner Pine and Lexington sts 
Perine David M. register of wills, dw 5 Lexington street 
Perkins Charles, teacher, 48 n Frederick street 
Perkins Dr. Elisha, druggist, s w cor Franklin and Green sts 

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Perrigoy Robert, grocer &l carpenter, cor Sterling and Mon- 
Perrigoy James, carpenter, Wine ste of Cove [ument sts 
Perrigoy Joseph, constable, 86 Market street f p 
Perrigoy Joseph, cooper, Franklin street e of Green, dw 

George street w of Penn avenue 
Perrigoy Nathan W. carpenter, Caroline stn of Mullikin 
Perry Jeremiah, clothier, Market space, dw Water st n side 
Perry Appleton, grocer, 12 &. 14 Bazaar [C doors w of Lloyd 
Perry Cherles, bricklayer, Monument st e of Harford run 
Perry mrs Susan, Wilk st s side e of Exeter 
Perry Charles, labourer, 82 Conway street 
tPerry Walter, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Fleet street 
Peter Matthias, tanner, Penn avenue extended 
Peter George A. grocer, s e cor Bond and Alice Anna sts 
JPeter Wager, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Fleet street 
Peterkin Geo. firm of Wilson & Peterkin, dw ne cor Granby 

and Exeter streets 
Peters C. G. merchant tailor, 109 Baltimore st. dw 8 South st 
Peters William, baker, 34 Block street 
Peters John, carpenter, Centre street e of St. Paul 
Peters Jesse T. lottery merchant, 235 Baltimore street, dw 

Pearl street n of Saratoga 
Peters Richard, blacksmith, cor Aisquith and Low streets 
Peters mrs Rebecca, n w cor Albemarle and Granby sts 
Peters Henry, George st e of Pine 
Peters George, carpenter, Saratoga st e of Green 
Peters Henry, shop keeper, Market street f. p. 
Peters mrs Elizabeth, 107 Aisquith street 
Peters George, 116 n Howard street 
\ Peters John, gardner, 14 Lerew's alley 
Peterson John, seaman, Argyle alley s of Alice Anna st 
Peterson Christopher, clothing store, 66 n Howard street 
Peterson Christopher, clot' ing store, cor Paca & Lexington 
Peterson E. D. carpenter, Hollins street w p 
Peterson Martin, rigger, 42 Alice Anna street 
Peterson capt Erasmus, 109 Bond street 
Petherbridge John C. dentist and bleeder, 13 e Baltimore st 
Petherbridge Dr. John F. office for cupping, leeching & bleed- 
ing and dentist, 19 Fayette street 
Petticord Solomon J. cordwainer, Jackson's court e of Rossst 
Petticord John, hatter, 72 Exeter street 
Pitcher WaUen, carter, York avenue 
Pitigrew William, weaver, Peirce street w of Cove 
Pettit Obediah, bookseller, cor Potter and Gay sts 
Pfahl P. A. 52 Harrison street 
Pfil Peter, tailor. Hill street near Charles 
Pheil John, confectioner, 90 n Howard street 
Phelan Jesse C. barber, Baltimore st vv of Paca 
Phelps mrs Whitworth row e of Ross st 
Phelps Gardner, cordwainer, Long alley n of New street 

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Phelps Walter, cabinet maker, Pine street § of George 

fPlieJp Thomas, Potter street n of Douglass 

Phifer Francis, blacksmith, Penn. avenue n of Preston st 

Philbert Hannah, cor Water and Hollingsvvorth streets 

Phillicelty Mary, Ploughman street 

JPhillip James, caulker, Spring street s of Baltimore 

Philips Richard, letterer, 29 New Church street 

Phillips William, grocer, 36 n Howard st. dw Marion st 

Phillips Thomas, blacksmith, 79 n Gay street 

Phillips William, ship carpenter, s w cor Granby and High sts 

Phillips William, blacksmith, Orleans st n side e of Spring st 

Phillips William, Alice Anna street w of Ann 

Phillips Thomas, rigger, Lancaster sireet e of Market 

Phillips Reuben, carpenter, Canal street s of Monument 

Phillips William, ship joiner, Bond street s of Water 

Phillips Solomon H. brickmaker, Columbia st near Cove 

Phillips capt James, 43 Albemarle street 

f Phillips Perry, hackman, Caroline street s of Water 

JPhillips Lewis, Exeter street s of French 

JPhill.ps William, labourer, Bounty alley 

tPhi'lips Levin, carter, Wolf street s of Fleet 

Phipps mrs Ann, New street e of Paca 

Phoenix Shot Tower, s e cor Front and Pitt streets 

Pichaber Eleanor, 28 Park street [bridge 

Pierce William, fisherman, w Falls avenue near Water street 

Pierce Stephen A. hat manufacturer, 16 C. Market space 

Pierce David M. grocer, s w cor Gay and Frederick sts 

Pierce Robert C. painter, 8 Mulberry street 

Pierson C. C. dry goods merchant, 49 Harrison street 

Pierson , gunsmith, 66 Centre Market space 

Pierson William, dry goods merchant, 51 Harrison street 

Tifer John, cooper, Saratoga st w of Shroeder 

Pigett Thos. grocery &, liquorgstore, Cross st near Johnson 

Pike & Neale, com. merchants, over 3 Light street wharf 

Pike Henry, Sc Ward, hardware mts. 31 s Calvert street 

Pikes Thomas, sailor, Henrietta street near Charles 

Pindle Zacheus, trunk maker, 99 High street 

Pindle John, Water st w of Market street f. p. 

Pindle Mary, n e cor East and Douglass streets 

Pindle Zacheus, trunk maker, 36 Sterling street 

Pindle James, ship joiner, cor Bond and Bank sts 

Pindle Thomas, wood dealer, 162 n Gay street 

Pindle Addai, wood dealer, 123 Aisquith street 

Pindle Lewis, carter, Gay st w of Aisquith 

Pinkney William, 4 Waterloo row, Calvert street 

Pinkney Frederick, attorney at law, 5 Waterloo row Calvert 

Pinkney mrs. Waterloo row n Calvert street [street 

Pinkney Jonathan, treasurer Eastern Savings Institution, dw 

Charles st 4 doors s of Pleasant 
tPinknev Chas. drayman, Chesnut alley w of Chatsworth st 
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tPiot Rev. S. B. St. Mary's college, Penn. av. n of Franklin st 

Piper Dr. W. E. 12 n Gay street 

Piper Philip, bacon dealer, 27 Pearl street 

Pitt William, n e cor Front and Baltimore sts 

Pitt mrs Elizabeth, shop keeper, cor Constitution street and 

Pitts Thomas, hatter, 16 Tripolett's alley [Liberty al. 

Pitt Thomas, shoemaker, Bond st n of Pratt 

Pittman Edward, firm Richards & Pittman, dw Green street 

opposite Medical College 
Placide Henry, cooper, Buchanan's wharf near Cheapside 
Plackinberry mrs. 70 High street 
Plannet William, drayman, St. Mary st s of Ross 
Plaskitt John, bookseller & stationer, 218 Baltimore street, dw 

65 s Sharp street 
Pleasants John P. & Sons, com. mts. 70 Rowley's wharf 
Plitt George, baker, Franklin street w of Chatsworth 
Plownan Wm. R. confectioner, 16 n Liberty street 
Plowman Richard, Cross st near William 
Plumb Peter, carpenter, Chesnut alley w of Pearl street 
Plumber Richard, merchant, dw Lexington st e of Pine 
Plumber Hannah, Alice Anna street e of Strawberry alley 
Plummer N. huckster, Neighbour st betw York and Har. av. 
Plummer Samuel, coach painter, Light street s of Hughes 
Plyer Frederick tailor, Hill st near Hanover 
Piyman John, barber, 51 Camden street [al. & Eutaw st 
Pochon Charles F, grocer, 270 Baltimore street, dw cor Cider 
Pocock Thomas, meal seller, Harford avenue n of the church 
Poepplein & Brothers, dry goods mts. 13 n Howard street 
Pogue Anktill, carter, 17 Sterling street 
Pogue mrs Elizabeth, 26 German street 
Poiern Elizabeth, Penn. avenue extended 
Poins Ezekiel, waiter, Jew alley n of Dutch 
PoitsDr. Wm. apothecary, Baltimore street e of Green 
Polk David carpet weaver, Aisquith street n of Low 
Pollard Seth, painter, Granby st w of Exeter 
Pollock Henry, bricklayer, Aisquith st n of Monument 
Polly S. proprietor of Light st hotel, 44 Light street 
Pontier Louis Edward, 50 n Frederick street 
Poole mrs. boarding house, 4 South st 
Poole Ebenezer, clerk 21 Exeter street 
Poole J. C. jr. inn keeper, n w cor Baltimore and Green sts 
Poole James, carpenter, Barre st near Howard 
Poole James, 122 s Sharp street 
Poor J. H. North street 1 doom of Lexington street 
Poor Dudley, n Paca, e side s of Ross st 
Poor &l Keyser, 208 Baltimore st 
Poor mrs Mary, Albemarle st cor Stiles 
JPoor Benjamin, shoemaker, Potter st e of Pitt 
Pope Abner, dry goods store, 32 Pratt near Hanover 
Pope D. S. painter and glazier, 47 South st 

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Pope Folger, painter and glaizer, 32 s Calvert st 

Pope Lewis, cabinet and chair maker, Penn avenue, s of 

Hoffman st 
Pope mrs Margaret, Union st w of Rosa 
Poplar Jacob, pork butcher, Loudenslager's hill n side 
Popplein N. jr. importer and dealer in chemicals, paints and 

dye staffs, 7 n Liberty st 
Poppleton Thos. surveyor, Salisbury st 2d door e of Exeter 
Poppleton Ann, confectioner, 101 n Howard st 
Porter Win. general agent, 44 South st 
Porter mrs Sarah, East st s of French 

Porter Jonathan, Holland st. e of Aisquith * [Pratt st 

Porter Robert, hardware mercht. High st s of Granby, store 
Porter mrs Elizabeth, 120 u Gay st 

Porter Jonathan, grocer, n e cor Aisquith and Monument sts 
Porter Wm. bricklayer, Peirce st w of Pine [Ensor sta 

Porter Hugh, proprietor of seven stars, corner Forest and 
Porter mrs Ann, boarding house, 284 Baltimore st 
Porter Augustine, farmer, Bond st n of Baltimore 
Porter Thomas, rigger, 90 Baltimore st 
Porter mrs Mary, 77 s Eutaw st 
Porter Robert, Charles st near Hill 
Porter Wm. Thomas, 36 Lerew's alley 
Porter Mary, boarding house, 24 Ann st 
{Porter Lemuel, sawyer, 62 Happy alley 
tPosey Stephen, Chamberlain alley near Eutaw st 
fPosey Samuel, Chamberlain alley near Eutaw st 
Posey Adrian, hatter, Tripolett's alley n of Second st 
Posey Daniel, hatter, Wine st e of Cove 
Posnankie Joseph J. clothing store, Lombard st near Light 
Post Office, n e corner North and Fayette sts. J J. S. Skinner, 

Esq. P. M. [Frederick st and Dugan's whf 

Post R. proprietor New England coffee house, Pratt st bet 
Potter John jr. tin and sheet iron ware manuft5 Water st 
Potter John, cigar maker, Green st n of Conway 
Potter John, cooper, dw Homespun alley 
Potter Matthias S. teacher, Franklin st e of Cove 
Potter Elijah, ship carpenter, Light st between Montgomery 

and Hughes sts 
Potter Thomas, watchman, 127 Aisquith st 
Potter Dr. Nathaniel, professor pathology and practice medi- 

dicine University Md. Lexington st n e of Charles 
Pottlnger Thomas B justice of peace, n w corner St. Paul'i 

and Fayette sts 
Pouder Leonard, Barre st w of Hanover [w of Pine 

Poulson Alexander, W. firm Fickey & Poulson; dw Fayette 
Poukney Messrs. E & Co. dry goods store, 45 w Pratt st 
Poultney mrs 5 St. Paul's st 
Poultney Samuel, Mulberry st near Charles 
Powell Samuel, victualler, 104 Lombard st 

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Powell Henry, block & pump maker, McElderry's wharf, dw 

Aisquith st opposite Hull's lane 
Powell Dr. G. W. corner Lee and Hanover sts [tution st 

Powell Isaac, wheelwright, North st near Bath; dw 27 Consti- 
Powell Elizabeth, teacher, Pine st w side s of Franklin 
Powell Joseph, seaman, 79 Bond st [land 

Powell Henry, block and pump maker, Aisquith st n of Hol- 
Powell Joshua, drayman, Hill st near Howard 
{Powell Otho, whitewashes 142 s Eutaw st 
IPowell Gazaway, do do [land st 

Power Michael, principal of Asbury College; dw 45 Court- 
Power John & James, produce nits. 12 Franklin st 
Power John, merchant, Franklin st near Howard; dw Howard 

near Franklin sts [Biddle alley 

Powers Solomon, granite stone cutter, corner Bolton st and 
Powers John flour nit. dw Franklin st w of Pearl, store w of 

Howard st 
Powers Henry, cordwainer, Schroeder st n of Saratoga 
Powers Richard, grocer, corner Park st and Inloes alley 
tPower James, barber, East st n of Douglass 
Powles Henry, cabinet and chair maker, corner Howard and 

Saratoga sts 
Pralle Dederick, turner, corner North st and Orange alley 
Pralley D. tavern, 8 Market st F. P. 
Pratt & Keith, com mts 19 s Charles st 
Pratt Jas. engraver, office penny magazine; dw Jackson st 
Pratt Wm. Holland st e of Eden 
{Pratt Wm. labourer, Ensor st n of Monument 
jPravel John cook, 18 Mercer st 

Preese Edward, grocer and bacon store, 25 s Charles st 
Prentice Alexander, grocer, n w corner Pearl and Fayette sts 

dw 43 Pearl st 
Prentice John H. principal of Baltimore college, York av 
Prentice Sumner, ship chandler and grocer, 17 Spear's whf. 

dw Exeter st near Pratt 
Presbyterian (1st) church, corner North and Fayette sts. Rev. 

Wm. Nevins pastor; dw North st 1 door n of Fayette st 
Presbyterian (2d) church, s w corner Lloyd and Baltimore sts 

Rev. R. J. Breckenridge pastor 
Presbyterian (2d) church, Baltimore st w of Cove 
Presbyterian (3d) church, Eutaw st between Saratoga and 

Mulberry sts. Rev. mr Musgrove pastor 
Presbyterian (4th) church, corner Holiday and Saratoga sts 
Prestman B. C 24 St. Paul's st 
Prestman Thomas, clothing store, Fleet st e of Bond 
Prestman George, n w corner Bond and Fleet sts 
Preston Laura, 43 n Eutaw st 
Preston Ann, Long alley, n of Franklin st 
Preston Wm. P. attorney at law, 24 Fayette st 
{Preston Diana, Ensor st n eof Monument 
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Pretlove John, carpenter, Wolf st s of Wilk 
Prevoot A. sugar manufacturer, 90 n Eutaw st 
Price A. M. tea dealer and grocer, n e cor Pratt & Sharp sts 
Price Asa, boat builder, Happy alley, n of Fleet st 
Price Rice, oyster cellar, at Pratt st bridge 
Price John, labourer, Bell alley near Davis st 
Price John H. clerk, Paca st s of Elbow lane 
Price Margaret, boarding house,' Granby st opposite L. Gough 
Price Howell, corner Gough and Spring sts 
Price Hersh, dry goods mt. 35 Franklin st 
Price Win. York avenue 

Price John, Light st near Henrietta [27 Lexington 

Price Augustus M. Sl Co. confectioners, 189 Baltimore st. dw 
Price miss Ann W. milliner, 47 n Eutaw st 
Price W. President Fell's Point Savings Institution, Thames 
tPrice Giles, Grant near Pratt st [st w of Market 

tPrice Thomas S. whitewashes 17 McClellan st 
tPrice Jacob, 62 s Howard st 

tPrice Romeo, waiter, Hamilton st near St. Paul's lane 
tPrice Levi, shoemaker, corner Long lane and Mullikin st 
tPridgeon John, bill poster, Chamberlain alley 
Priestly Edw. cabinet maker, 4 Baltimore st 
Prigg Dr. Joseph, Lexington st e of Pearl 
tPrigg Letty, washer, Lerew's alley extended 
f Primrose Greenbury, Forest st h of Douglass 
Primrose & Russell, cabinet makers, 19 n Gay st o t 
Prince Wm A. potter, Pitt st back of 2d door w of Bond 
Prince Caspar, hatter, b Thames st 
Prince Anthony, M. D. 5 Thames st 
Pringle mrs Lucy, 78 n Charles st. 
Prino J. L. second-hand store, 30 Harrison st 
Prior Joseph B. cooper, 65 Saratoga st 
Prior Henry, carpenter, Ensor st n e of Monument 
Pritchard Thomas, seaman, 54 Happy alley 
Pritchard mrs Eliza, French st opposite Exeter 
Pritchard Levin, cabinet maker, East st n of Pitt 
Proctor Wm. hardware mt. 4 Pratt, cor Light st whf; dw 73 s 
Proctor Margaret, tailoress, Forest st n of Douglass [High st 
Prosser Sarah, Asbury lane 
Prosper Eliza, George st e of Pine 
Proud John G. Courtland st s of Mulberry 
Proudfoot Rachel, grocer, Charles stnear York 
tProut Wm. boot and shoemaker, Camden st near Howard 
Providence Sisters of, Richmond st bet Charles and Howard 
Pryor Richard, carpenter, Mechanic's alley s side 
Public School No. 1, cor Fayette and Green sts 
Public School Female, No. 3 r n e cor Front and Pitt sts 
Pue Dr. Arthur, 28 Hanover st 
Pue mrs. Charles st n of Saratoga 
Pugh David, North st near Saratoga 
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Pulley James, seaman, cor Milk and Wilk sts 

tPulley Sarah, Star alley n of Pratt st 

tPulley James, drayman, Eastst s of Douglass 

Pumpey mrs Rachel, Perry st near Charles 

Purcell James, cooper, Columbia st 

Purcell Jas. grocery and liquor store, Frederick st s of Water 

Purden mrs Susan, Chamberlain alley 

Purden Matthew, chair maker, Salisbury st w of Exeter 

Purden Win. carpenter, 7 Ross st 

Purden Wm. carpenter, Chesnut alley w of Pearl st 

Purdy John, iron mt. 58 s Frederick st; dw n w cor Pratt and 

Purnell C. B. mt tailor, 60 w Pratt st [Albemarle sts 

Purnell Richard, miller, at Keller & Forman's, North st n of 

tPurnell Stephen, barber, 17i Gay st o t. [Eager alley 

Purper Charles, victualler, Columbia st near Cove 

Purviance Samuel, justice of peace, 35 s Gayest 

Purviance John, lis Gay st 

Purviance Robert, 11 Courtland st 

Purvis , dealer in negroes, Harford road n of the Church 

QjJAIL Henry, fisherman, Lancaster st e of Happy alley 

Quail Geo. K. hat manufacturer, 56 w Pratt st. dw Columbia st 

Quail Thos. carpenter, Alice Anna st e of Caroline 

Quail G. & R. coopers, 12 Grant st; dw cor Grant & Lombard 

Quails Conrad, wheelwright, Park lane w of Cove st 

Quay John M. boat builder, w Falls av. near the drawbridge; 

dw Philpot st No. 1 s side 
Quay J. C. carpenter, 98 w Pratt st 
Quay Sarah, dealer in fish, Eden st n of Pitt 
Queen Sarah, 89 Pitt st 

tQ,ueen John, labourer, Guilford alley near Charles st 
tQueen Edward, barber, Long alley s of Ross st 
tQueen John, labourer, Park lane extended 
tQueen Robert, labourer, Guilford alley near Light st 
JQueen Sidney A. washer, College alley 
4 Queen Elias, labourer, Light st near Austin 
Quimby T.'R. &, Co. dry goods store, 29 w Pratt st 
Q.uinn Patrick, shoemaker, cor Merper and Grant sts 
Quinn John, Water st bet Grant and Light 
Quinn James, labourer, Holliday st n of Bath 
Quinn Matthew, hat and shoe store, 68 Pratt st 
Quinn Patrick, labourer, Bath s v t near Holliday 
Quinn Margaret, cor Cove and Penn av 
Quin Thomas, s e cor Spring and Wilk sts 
Quin Edward, labourer, William st near Cross 
Quinsey John D. sea captain, 126 Exeter st 
tQuinton Solomon, Busy alley near Sharp st 
Quisick Edward, Bond "st s of Fleet 
Quysic Lewis, Cove st n of Franklin 

K A AB Chris'n, harness maker, Park st 1 door s of Richmjnd 
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Rabb Philip, musical instru. maker, Saratoga st near Howard 
Raborg C. coppersmith, brass founder and tin-plate worker, 12 

Pratt st near Light; dw Pratt st near Eutaw 
Raborg Lewis, boot and shoemaker, 69 n Liberty st 
Raborg Harriet, Columbia st near Cove 
Radish Thomas, 69 M'Elderry's wharf 
Rafield Wra. W. Conway st near Sharp 
Rail Road Baltimore and Susquehannah, depot, North-st cor 

Eager alley, Geo. F. De Le Roache, superintendent 
Rail Road Baltimore and Ohio, office, n e cor Calvert &. Fayette 

st; ticket office, n e cor Charles and Camden 
Raines Lewis, sea captain, Gough st w of Bond 
Raino John, boat builder, A lice Anna st e of Caroline 
Raisin J. M. & Co. grocer and com. mt. 7 Light st wharf 
fRalph Abraham, sawyer, Happy alley n of Alice Anna st 
tRalph Benjamin, sawyer, Happy alley n of Alice Anna st 
fRambo Chas. labourer, Strawberry alley n of Bank st 
Ramsay Elizabeth, tutoress, 21 n Gay st 
Ramsay Jefferson, agent for Baltimore Chemical factory, corner 

Salisbury and High sts 
Ramsay's Rope Walk, running from Bank st e of Market st 
Ramsay Wm. brush maker, 17 n Howard st 
Ramsay Joseph^ blacksmith, 1 i Market st 
Ramsay James, rope store, Thames st w of Bond 
JRamsey Catherine, Run alley s of Fayette st 

Ramsey Isaac, Fleet st w of Apple alley 

Randall William, Bond st s of Water 

Randall John, 32 Conway st 

Randall mrs Mary, Columbia st near Cove 

Randall Dudley, mead manufacturer, n Howard st near Franklin 

Randall Elisha, auctioneer, &c. 61 Front st 

Randanne Rev. J. St. Mary's College, Penn av n of Franklin st 

Randell mrs Dorcas, huckster, Biddle alley w of Ross st 

Randell Beale, Franklin st e of Pine 

Eandle Pullen, sea captain, Legrand's row, e Baltimore st 

Randolph Thomson, teacher, n wcor Ann and Fleet sts 

Randolph Wm. W. lumber mt. Market st s of Wilk 

Raner Wra. waterman, Eutaw st s of Conway 

Range Patrick, labourer, Franklin st extended 

Rankin Robert, hatter, Wilk st e of Caroline 

Rankin Samuel, grocer, Potter st n of Gay 

Rarick John, carpenter, 110 Wolf st 

Ratcliff Richard, shoemaker, Barre st near Sharp 

Rathel Elizabeth, Castle alley 

Rau &. Smith, flour mts. n e cor Paca and Franklin sts 

Rawlings Wm. boot and shoemaker, 70 s Charles st 

Rawlings mrs col. B. 150 Sharp st 

Rawlings Benjamin, 116 Hanover st 

Ray James, carpenter, 56 Sterling st 

Ray Andrew, cooper, Gran by st w of L Gough 
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REE MatchetPs Baltimore 

Rayhiser Elizabeth, Saratoga st e oi'Cove 

Raynes Joseph, harness maker, Lexington st e of Paca 

tRaynes Benjamin, whitewashed 11 Union st 

Ilea George, cooper, cor Conway st and Lunn's lane; dw Eutaw 

Rea John, tailor, George st e of Pine [st n of Conway 

Read Jacob, cabinet maker, Caroline st s of Wilk 

Read Robert, dry goods mt. 29 Market st 

Read Wm. dealer in stoves, Aisquithst s of Douglass 

Readel J. porter cellar, 23 n Gay st dw 31 do 

Readenbaer Adam, Argyle alley n of Alice Anna st 

Reading Philip, labourer, 13 Philpot st 

Ready Win. carpenter, Madison st w of Howard 

Real George, labourer, Hamburg st near Light 

Realy Ann, Alice Anna st e of Caroline 

Reamer Thomas, Lee st near Light 

Reany Alexander, plaisterer, Cove sts of Franklin 

Reany Win. china store, e Baltimore st 3 doors w of Temple 

Reardon L. & son, dry goods merchants, 163 Baltimore st. 

dw L. R. corner Barre and Hanover sts 
Reason Joseph, brickmaker, Baltimore st e of Caroline 
Reboo John, printer, n e corner Bond and Wilk sts 
Record Esther, Park lane vv of Cove st 
Redding Sarah, 9 Fleet st 

Redgrave Samuel H. livery stables, 86 s Charles st, dw Barre 
street e of Charles [Barre st w of Sharp 

Redgrave John, carpenter, corner Paca and Green sts. shop 
Redgrave John, carpenter, 105 Park st 
Reece Joshua, Pratt st e of Gough 
Reed Samuel, dry goods merchant, 80 Harrison st and no. 2 

Maryland Arcade 
Reed John, cooper, Park lane extended 
Reed Lucius, Charles st 3 doors s of Centre 
Reed Oliver, stone mason, Columbia st betw. Eutaw & Paca 
Reed Lyman &, co. commission merchants, 6 s Charles st 
Reed Mary, Park st between Lexington and Saratoga 
Reed John, cabinet maker, 109 n Eutaw st 
Reed Elizabeth, 17 n Green st 
Reed Samuel, cordvvainer, 4 Ross st 
Reed Samuel, cooper, Park lane w of Cove st 
Reed Isaac, Rock st n of Lexington 
Reed John, Carpenter's alley 
Reed John, Whitworth row, e of Ross st 
Reed Wm. George, Mulberry st near Cathedral 
Reed Joseph, weaver, Franklin st extended 
Reed James, waver, coiner Peirce and Freedom sts 
tReed Thomas, carter, Hill st near High 
tReed Rebsia, Forest st n of Douglass 
tReed James, labourer, Montgomery st near Charles 
Reeder Wm. tobacco inspector, 30 Holliday st 
Reeder Amos, type founder, Sugar alley 

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Reeder Charles, engine maker and iron and brass founder, 

Light st near Henrietta, dw Sugar alley 
Reeder Barney, milkman, West st 
Reek Peter, carpet weaver, 108 Wolf st 

Reekers John J. professor mathematics, Fayette st near Gay 
Rees Henry, victualler, Holland st n side e of Harford run 
Reese E. Y. academy, se corner Eutaw and Saratoga st9 
Reese Thomas L. grocer, corner Hanover and Pratt sis 
Reese John, grocer, 62 n Howard st 

Reese John L. & Wrn. brickmakers, near Moles's point, ad- 
joining w end of Southern Methodist burying ground 
Reese John L. firm do dw n w corner Lee and Sharp sts 
Reese Win. firm do dw Sharp st 1 door from Lee 
Reese George D. grocer, Penn avenue s of Biddle st 
Reese Margaret, baker, 20 Alice Anna st 
Reese Daniel M. brickmaker, Lee st 2d door w of Sharp, 

yard Carroll's shore 
Reese Jacob, pilot, 29 Fleet st 
Reese rev. Levi R. 46 a Liberty st 
Reese John, painter, Sugar alley near Charles st 
Reese David, manufacturer of baskets, Pratt st 4 doors w of 

Caroline 
Reese mrs. liquor store, s e corner Bond and Water sis 
Reese David, variety store ; 32 Baltimore st 
Reese Rev. Daniel E. teacher, 41 Albemarle st 
Reeside Wm. tavern keeper, Water st e of Commerce 
Reformer's Church, North st between Lexington & Saratoga 
Register's (F. J. Dallam Esq.) office, City hall, Hoiliday st 
Reeves John A. tanner, Saratoga st extended 
Reeves Joseph F. watchmaker and jeweller, 46 Baltimore st 

dw Pratt st near Harford run 
Rehine Zalma, Hoiliday st near Pleasant 
Reifsmider, Jacob, labourer, Biddle st w of Ross 
Reicard Philip, 45 Pitt st 
Reid R. bookseller, 81 w Pratt st 

Reid Thomas N. bricklayer, s e cor Pine &. Lexington sts 
Reid Isabella, grocer, s e corner Pearl and Mulberry sts 
Reifly Henry, victualler, corner Jefferson and Eden sts 
Reilly George, grocery and liquor store, n w corner of Wa- 
ter and Frederick sts 
Reilly Patrick, keeper of livery stables, hearse and carriages 

Frederick st n of Water, dw Water st w of Frederick 
Reilly Martha J. O grocer, corner Eden and Mulliken sts 
Reilly James, tavern keeper, Water st e of the Market 
Reilly Patrick, engineer, corner Wilk and Canal sts 
Reilly Nancy, seamstress, French st n of Front 
Reilly John F. shoemaker, corner Short alley and Canal st 
Reilly Susan, French st n of Front 
Reilly Philip, labourer, 40 Exeter st 

Reilly John, labourer, e side Ensor st bet. Ensor &> Stirling 
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Reilly James, labourer, Exeter st n of Hillen 
Reinicker Ann Maria, Sharp st 4th door n of Lombard 
Reinicker J. J. grocer, German st bet. Sharp &, Liberty 
Reinicker George, s \v corner Baltimore and Liberty sts 
Reinicker John H. sugar refiner, Carpenter's alley near 

Eutaw street 
Reinwald Wm. 26 s Howard st 

Reip Alfred H. tinner, Paca street s of Lexington, dw Mul- 
berry street n side e of Paca 
Reip Henry, tinner, 8 Paca st 
Reis rev. Edmund J. pastor Baptist church, Forest street 

above the Penitentiary wall 
Reisinger George, cord wainer, Biddle st w of Ross 
Reishstine George, Lombard st near Eutaw 
Reiter Peter, tavern keeper, w Falls avenue s of Pratt st 
lleiter John, labourer, Eutaw st 75 rear sugar house 
Reitz Lewis, Johnson st near the glass house 
Remby Roben, moulder, Camden st w ot Eutaw 
Renco Elizabeth, Union st w of Penn avenue 
Rennels Wm. grocer, 38 n Howard st 
Renshaw &, Davis, hatters, 48 Pratt st near Hanover 
Renshaw mrs Elizabeth, seamstress, Holland st e of Har. run 
Reny Thomas, weaver, Preston st w of Ross 
Reppert George, glass maker, Johnson st near glass house 
Resch Valentine, tavern and boarding house, 8 Bond st 
Resh Jacob, paver, Hoffman st e of Penn avenue 
Retan Samuel, cabinet maker, Granby st w of the run 
Reveer Robert, shoemaker, Pitt st w of Aisquith 
Reyburn Thomas G. merchant, dw 32 Franklin st 
Reynolds Isaac, produce merchant, 269 Baltimore st. dw 34 

s Sharp street 
Reynolds mrs B. boarding house, 35 Fayette st 
Reynolds John, painter, Green st s of Conway 
Reynolds Washington, blacksmith, Columbia street between 

Sharp &l Howard 
Reynolds S. F. botanic physician, Baltimore street near and 

west of Harford run 
Reynolds Colin, shoemaker, Wolf st s of Wilk 
Reynolds Benjamin, carpenter, corner Exeter and Hillen sts 
Reynolds James, carpenter, corner Exeter and Wilk sts 
Reynolds John, carpenter, York st near William 
Reynolds mrs Eliza, Fayette st w of Green 
Reynolds John, seaman, Fleet street w of Bond 
Rhinehart Henry, shoe maker, Wilk street w of Eden 
Rhinehart Philip, carpenter, 21 Constitution street 
Rhinehart Charles, house carpenter & packing case maker, 

11 Sharp street, dw 37 Camden street 
Rhinehart Letetia, Bank street w of Caroline 
Rhoads mrs Elizabeth, Fleet street e of Caroline 
Rhoads John H. tobacconist, Hanover street near Hill 

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Riael Sarah, tavern keeper, s e cor Eutaw &, Franklin sts 
Rhodes William, com. mt. and agent for Philadelphia and 

New York packets, 59 Smith's wharf 
Rhodes Paul, Ruxton street 
Rhodes George, merchant, Wine st w of Pine 
Rhodes Benjamin C. 100 Lombard street 
Rhodes Elijah, carter, Light st near Austin 
Rhodes Simon, cordwainer, 18 Mercer street 
Ricard, John R. merchant, 245 Baltimore st. dw Eutaw st n 

of Fayette 
Ricards & Pellman, dry goods mis. 142 Baltimore street, dw 

John R. R. Eutaw street 2d door from Fayette 
Rice William T. block and pump maker, Light street wharf 

near Hughes's Quay 
Rice mrs Mary, boarding house, 7 Light street wharf 
Rice Henry D. 49 Pitt street 
Rich Arthur, 91 Hanover st 
Richard Auguste, watchmaker, 5 s Gay st 
Richards &l son, American and British Periodical Agency 

and Publication house, 10 Calvert st a few doors s of 

Baltimore 
Richards Samuel, Light st near Montgomery 
Richards mrs Margaret, 22 s Charles st 
Richards mrs Elizabeth, Light st near Montgomery 
Richards mrs Isabella, n w cor Hull's lane and Aisquith st 
Richards Timothy S. coacbmaker, High st s of Hillen 
Richards John C. flour merchant, 283 Baltimore st dw Lex- 
ington st e of Sharp [Alice Anna st 
Richards Catherine, grocer, n w corner of Argyle alley and 
Richards Dr. John C. Lexington st near Liberty 
Richards John, wheelwright, High st s of Hillen 
Richards Jonathan, shoemaker, s w cor Caroline &. Fleet sts 
[Richards Solomon, labourer, Ensor st n w of Monument 
Richardson Nathan, painter, cor Calvert and Saratoga sts. dw 

70 Harrison street 
Richardson William L. grocer, 26 Light street wharf 
Richardson G. W. firm Wm. McDonald &, Co. dw 68 n High 
Richardson George R. attorney at law, Courthouse lane 
Richardson William, shoe maker, Welcome alley betw Sharp 

and Hanover streets 
Richardson William, cordwainer, Pine street s of Franklin 
Richardson mrs. Water street s of Exeter 
Richardson William H. millwright, Fawn st w of Exeter 
Richardson Samuel, city bailiff, Monument st e of Aisquith 
Richardson mrs Margaret, Hillen street e of Front 
Richardson Wm. stage driver, 3 Ross st 
Richardson mrs Mary, mantua maker, Ross st w of Eutaw 
Richardson Wm. millwright, Rock st n of Lexington 
Richardson Robert. Fayette st e of Pine 
Richardson Henry, bricklayer, 16 Sterling st 

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Richardson B. V. & F. A. dry goods merchants, 19 Balto. st 
llichardson John W. dry goods merchant, 23 Baltimore st. 

d\v 43 Albemarle st 
Richardson Beale H. dry goods mt. 55 Balto. st. dvv 81 Front 
Richardson John W. ship carpenter, 81 Ann st 
Richardson i'Mvv. J. grocer, s e corner Pratt and Hanover sts 

dvv 28 Conway st 
Richardson Rachel, milliner, Mulberry st near Park 
llichardson mrs Martha, Spring st s of Pratt 
Richardson mrs Ellen, nurse, 59 Happy alley 
tRichardson Charlotte, Sharp st s of Lexington 
tRichardson Wm. barber, Welcome alley, between Sharp anc 

Howard sts 
tRichardson Samuel, whitewashes 30 n Frederick st 
tRichardson James, ship's steward, 51 Fleet st 
Richie James, brass founder, Holland st w of Harford run 
Richmond James, bricklayer, Low st bet Exeter and Potter 
Richmond Henry, watchmaker, Union st w of Penn avenue 
Richstine George, Sugar refiner, Green st s of Conway 
Richstine John, sugar refiner, Perry st near Hanover 
Rickart George, saddler, Green st n of German, shop Balti- 
more st e of Green 
Ricketts David, flour inspector, Eutaw st s of Camden 
Ricketts Hugh, 93 Green si 

Rickey & Speddin, sailmakers, over 20 Light st wharf 
Ricketts Benjamin, carpenter, Eden st s of Pitt 
Ricketts Daniel, blacksmith, Armistcad lane, near Light st 
Rickter Frederick, potatoe and corn mer. 5 Light st wharf; 

dw Columbia st near 3 tuns tavern 
Rickton Fred'k. Columbia st w of Paca 
Riddle Conrad, scissor grinder, Saratoga st w of Cove 
Riddle Alexander, labourer, Front st of s Hillen [tan yard 
Riddle James, shoemaker, Lefferman's court, near French st 
Rider Washington, brick maker, 129 s Sharp st 
Rider mrs Elizabeth, Penn avenue s of St. Mary s st 
Rider Aaron, dealer in second hand goods, Shakspeare street 

e of Bond [St. Paul's and Fayette sts 

Ridgate Benj. C. judge of orphans' court, office s w corner 
Ridgely Archibald, constable, Columbia st w of Paca 
Ridgely Charles G. attorney at law, 40 n Frederick st 
Ridgely & Sons, dry goods merchant, 15 Baltimore st 

Ridgely , iron store, 38 s Gay st 

Ridgely James L. attorney at law, Paca st s of Ross 
Ridgely John, 25 Hanover st 

Ridgely James L. plaster store, cor Biddle st and Penn av 
Eidgely Edward, 108 Hanover st 

Ridgely Noah, justice of peace, opposite St. Peter s church 
' b Sharp st. dw and patent medicine establishment cor 

Charles and Pleasant sts 
Ridgely Charles W. 30 Conway st 
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Riding school, Baltimore, n w cor Saratoga and North 

jRidgely Hannah, Run alley s of Lexington st 

Ridgway Wm. merchant tailor, n w corner Market Space 

and Water st. dw Water st near Frederick 
Ridlemoser mrs Mary A., Preston st e of Penn av 
Ridley John, Exchange office, 25 n Gay st O. T. 
Rieman Henry, grocer and bacon store, n w corner Eutiw 

and Lexington sts. dw 63 Pearl st 
Rieman George, bacon mt. dw George e of Pine st 
Kigby Henry J. clothing store, 64 Centre Market Space 
Rigby miss Eliza, mantua maker, George st e of Pine 
Riggen Wm. cordwainer, 83 Harrison st 
Riggen, John E. hardware store, 2004 Baltimore st 
Riggen Wm. Fayette st e of Paca 
Riggen Rhoda, Alice Anna st w of Washington 
Riggins Israel, ship carpenter, Henrietta st near Light 
Riggs George, Charles st n of Eager 

Riggs, Peabody &, Co. importers of dry goods, 197 Balto. et 
Riggs George W. 38 Hanover st 

Riggs Alexander, victualler, Pitt st w of Strawberry alley 
Riggs Samuel, Camden st w of Sharp 
JRiggs George, porter, Run alley, sof Fayette st 
Riley Elizabeth, liquor store, corner Pine and Pearce sts 
Riley Stephen, tailor, Pratt st 1st door e of President 
Riley Samuel, book binder, Granby st e of Exeter 
Riley Edward, morocco dresser, Penn avenue extended 
Riley Absalom, inn keeper, n w cor Paca and Baltimore sts 
Riley Thomas, stone mason, Baltimore st e of Lovely lane 
Riley Dr. Wm. Fayette st 37 e of Calvert 
Riley Thomas, cordwainer, Chamberlain alley n side 
tRiley Warwick, labourer, Camden st near Howard 
Ring David, teacher of female academy, 2 Gough st 
Ring Christopher, corner Apple alley and Fleet st 
Ring mrs Elizabeth, dry goods store, 35 Market st f p 
tRingle Jacob, Hamilton st near St. Paul's lane 
Ringgold Peregrine, carpenter, 62 s Charles st 
Ringgold mrs. Pleasant st near Charles 
{Ringgold Benj. sawyer, Grant near Pratt st 
{Ringgold Hannibal, porter, Mechanics' alley s side 
fRingle mrs. 80 s Howard st 

Ringrose James, ship carpenter, Caroline st s of Pratt 
Ringrose James, sailmaker. Eden st s of Jefferson 
Ringshausen Lewis, Johnson st near the glass house 
Riston Rebecca, huckster, Orleans st n side e of Short 
Rittenhouse Elizabeth, liquor store, Union st w of Ross 
Rittenhouse S. B. teacher, intersection of Hillen and For- 
est streets 
Ritun Samuel J. cabinet maker, 12 Pitt 6t 
Rivers Catherine, 103 Pearl st 
River James, shoemaker, Sharp st near Busy alley 
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ROB MatcheWs Baltimore 

Roach mrs Ann, boarding house, n side of Lee near Light st 
Roach Julian Ann, baker, 80 Ensor st 

Roach mrs Jane, bookseller stationer, printer, &c. n w cor- 
ner Baltimore and F icft sis 
Roach R. boarding house, 
Roach Michael J. carpent 
Roach Nathaniel, seaman, 65 1301. ^ 
Roach Patrick, clothing store, Camden st near Light 
Roach Jesse, blacksmith, Park lane extended 
Roach Ann, grocer, corner Hanover and Elill sts 
Roach Bridget, Alice Anna st e of Apple alley 
tRoach York, drayman, Union alley, w of Eden st 
Robb John A. ship builder, Fleet st e of Washington 
Roberts J. proprietor of Globe Coffee house, 87 w Pratt st 
Roberts Benjamin, hair dresser, 24 n Gay st 
^Roberts Edward, grocer, 8 North st near Saratoga st 
Roberts mrs Mary, 50 s Charles st 
Roberts Dr. George, 131 Hanover st 
Roberts & Atkinson, druggists and apothecaries, cor Hanover 

and Baltimore sts 
Roberts John, collector, Holland st e of Harford run 
Roberts Wm. seaman, Gough st e of Caroline 
Roberts Rev. Wm. L. pastor of Reformed Presbyterian Church 

on Harford av. dw Monument e of Aisquith 
Roberts Hugh, pilot, 45 Alice Anna st 
Roberts Wm. stage proprietor, 33 German st 
Roberts Joshua, plasterer, Aisquith st n of Monument 
Roberts mrs. Margaret, Argyle alley n of Lancaster st 
Roberts Edward P. editor American Farmer, dw 107 High st 
Robertson Nathaniel C. grocer, cor Baltimore and Bond sts 
Robertson Joseph, coach maker, 15 Bank st 
Robertson John F. cedar cooper, 20 n Howard st 
Robertson Chas. H. teacher, 18 High st 

Robertson Abraham, chair maker, Baltimore st extended w end 
% Robertson Hannah, washer, cor Light and Cross sts 
Robins James, mt. 13 s Calvert st 
Robins Albion, sea captain, Eden st s of Gough 
Robinson Margaret, Tripolett's alley 
Robinson Sarah, Pratt st 4 doors e Eutaw st 
Robinson mrs Mary, doctress, n e cor Eutaw and Conway sts 
Robinson E. (firm Corner & Robinson) dw Pratt st near Exeter 
Robinson W. C. (firm Thos. Penniman & Co.) dw Holliday st 
Robinson Wm. (firm Sumner &, Robinson) dw Lombard st 4 

doors w of Hanover st 
Robinson Thos. (firm S. & S. R.) 4 n Frederick st 
Robinson Thomas, 26 n Frederick st 
Robinson J. & P. milliners, 38 n Gay st 
Robinson John, chair manufacturer, 51 South st; dw 52 do 
Robinson Mary A. Paca st w of Green 
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Robinson Joseph, printer, stationer, and proprietor of Circulat- 
ing Library, 103 Baltimore st; dw Lexington st oppo- 
site the Court house 
Robinson James S. dry goods mt. 68 Hanover st 
Robinson Elizabeth, dry goods store, 57 Hanover st 
Robinson Benj. dry goods mt. Barnet st bet Charles and Sharp 
Robinson George/tailor, Sharp st bet Lexington and Saratoga 
Robinson Daniel, grocer, dw 64 n Liberty st. store, Paca st n 
Robinson Hugh, Long alley s of Ross st [of Fayette 

Robinson Wm. carpenter, Pine st vv side s of Fayette 
Robiuson John, grocery and liquor store, cor Cove & Mulberry 
Robinson mrsMary L. e Baltimore st opposite Lloyd 
Robinson Nicholas N. Salisbury st bet High and Exeter 
Robinson Charles, Water st e of Exeter 
Robinson Sarah, s w cor President and Pratt sts 
Robinson capt Edwin, Pratt st e of Eden 
Robinson & Elliott, shoemakers, s e cor East and Hillen sts 
Robinson Wm. grocer, Penn av cor Union st 
Robinson Thomas, carter, Peirce st \v of Cove 
Robinson A. s e corner Baltimore and Pine sts 
Robinson Dr. A. C. s e cor Baltimore and Pine sts 
Robinson Mary, milliner, 13 Alice Anna st 
Robinson Wm. carpenter, s w cor Monument and Canal sts 
Robinson Josiah C. writing academy, 95 Baltimore st 
Robinson T. &, S. dry goods mts. 161 Baltimore st 
Robinson John, paper-hanger, 20 Baltimore st 
Robinson Sarah, Eden st s of Pratt 
Robinson Edward W. carpenter, Market st s of Bank 
Robinson Wm. jr. 79 Lombard st 
Robinson Lewis, brickmaker, s Charles st 
Robinson James, cordwainer, Madison st near Howard 
Robinson Cheesman, labourer, Potter st s of Gay 
Robinson Samuel, bricklayer, Burk st Canton 
Robinson George, bricklayer, Apple alley s of Baltimore st 
Robinson John, shoemaker, Happy alley n of Lancaster st 
f Robinson Sarah, washer, Strawberry alley n of Wilkst 
f Robinson Henry, drayman, w end Baltimore st 
tRobinson Edward, Argyle alley n of Alice Anna st 
fRobinson George, hackman, Argyle alley n of Fleet st 
tRobinson George, sawyer, Biddle alley w of Ross st 
JRobinson Lydia, washer, 15 Concord st 
, Robison Eve, 33 n Howard st 
Robnot George, seaman, 81 Bond st 
Roche J. baker, 67 n Gay st 
Roche C. & Co. dry goods store, 66 Hanover st 
Roche John A. dry goods store, 52 Hanover st 
Roche Wm. iron founder, Orleans st e of Forest 
Rochester Wm. farmer, Harford road n of the Church 
Rochester Joseph, teacher, Exeter st n of Hillen 
Rock Neale, carter, Hollidav st s of Centre 
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Rock James, labourer, Bell alley near Davis st 

tRock Henry, hair dresser, 2 North street 

Rockwell Lances T. cordwainer, Columbia st bet Sharp and 

Rocus John, shoemaker, East st n of Pitt [Hovvad 

Rodenmeyer G. grocer, corner Ensor and Forest sts 

Roders mrs Ann, ne corner Eden and Silver sts 

Rodewald Frederick, jr. 4 s Charles st. dw Belle Air road 

Rodgers Samuel, wig maker and perfumer, 68 n Howard st 

Rodgers Roland, hatter, 59 Mulberry st 

Rodgers Wm. ship carpenter, Montgomery stnear Charles 

Rodgers Jacob & Sons, hatters, cor South and Second sts and 

129 Baltimore st 
Rodgers Peter, carter, Ruxton street 
Rodgers Elisha, grocer, 7 Fayette st 

Rodgers George, hatter, dw cor Second st & Tripolett's alley 
Rodgers Wm. &; Co. ship carpenters, Johnson st fp 
Rodgers Wm. mt. tailor, s w cor Charles and Pratt sts 
Rodgers J. & Co. glue and cow hide manufacturers, Columbia 

st w of Paca. See advertisement 
Rodgers Percy, Pine st w side s of Mulberry 
Bodgers John, machinist, 46 High st 

Rodrick Peter, tavern keeper, corner Bond and Thames sta 
Roe Richard, 105 s Eutaw st 
Rogan Wm. confectioner, 29 n Howard st 
Roge mrs. n e corner Pine and Mulberry sts 
Rogers mrs Hannah, milliner, s w cor Charles and Centre eta 
Rogers John H. 86 n Liberty st 
Rogers Dr. James B. Paca st w of Lunn's lane 
Rogers George N. grocery and liquor store, cor Peirce & Cove 
Rogers miss, Water st w of Albemarle [Pearl 

Rogers Nathan, produce dealer, 40 Franklin st. dw do. w of 
Rogers & Rutter, saddle and harness makers, 151£ Baltimore st 
Rogers George, s e corner Bond and Wilk sts 
Rogers Daniel, shoemaker, Argyle alley s of Bank st 
Rogers &. Marfield, importers of saddlers ironmongry, 26 w 

Pratt street near Charles 
Rogers Charles, firm of do. dw 68 n Howard street 
Rogers William, fisherman, Still House street 
Rohm Adam, Pratt st w ©f the bridge 
Roland Hiram, carpenter, Pratt st e of President 
Roles, John, cordwainer, Peirce street w of Pine 
tRoles Isaac, hackman, Argyle alley n of Fleet street 
Rollins George, carter, Saratoga st e of Shroeder 
Rollins Solomon, potter, Hampstead street e of Eden 
Rollins James, blacksmith, Eager alley near Franklin at 
Rollins Isaac jr. brass founder, Hampstead street e of Eden 
Rollins Isaac sen. carter, Hampstead street e of Eden 
Rollins William C. potier, do do 

Rollins Aaron, labourerer, Biddle alley w of Ross st 
Rollman John, baker, Harford av n of the Church 

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Roloson Hugh, bacon store, 1 13 Pratt street 

Rolsien Mary, seamstress Lexington st n of Liberty 

:j Roman John E. drayman, Run alley n of Faj r ette st 

tRoman John, gardner, Amity st n of Baltimore 

Roman Catholic Cathedral, cor Mulberry and Cathedral sts 

Romyn John H. tobacco agent, 83 St. Paul street 

Roney William, 25 Harrison street 

Roney Elizabeth, Eutaw st opposite Barre 

Ronsaville David, carpenter, Paca st near Conway 

Ronsaville David, firm Stouffer & Ronsaville, dw New Church 

street e of Sharp 
Rooker Samuel, hatter, Davis street near Lexington 
Rook William, blacksmith, York avenue 
Rookers miss, academy, Lombard st near Sharp 
Rooney Hugh, carter, cor Orleans and Carolinests 
Roop William, boarding house, cor Charles & Camden sts 
Roorbaugh, Hannah, Potter st s of French 
Ropes Archer, attorney at law, 30 St Paul street 
Roschen B. S. accountant, Orleans st e of Canal 
Rose Wm. H. baker, 16 n Gay street 
Rose Mary, n Sharp st 2 doors from Baltimore street 
Rose Peter, shoemaker, 45 n Gay street 
Rose Christopher, cor Wilk and Caroline st 
Rose Israel L. shoemaker, Montgomery st near Light 
Rose John, sea captain, 87 Alice Anna street 
Rose John, inn keeper, n e cor Long alley and Lexington st 
Rose George, victualler, Light st near Austen 
Rose Charles, shoe maker, Ensor st n e of Mott 
Rosenberger Joseph, dealer in second hand goods, Shakspear 

street e o\ Bond 
Rosenberry John, brush maker, Pearl st w side near Bait* 

more, store 2 n Howard street 
Rosenberry Moses, gardner, New street w of Eutaw 
Rosenstock David, cordwainer, Ross st wof Eutaw 
Rosenstock Garrison, dry goods merchant, 21 Fleet street 
JRosher John, Eutaw st opposite Barre 
Rositer, mrs. Balderston st near Light 

Ross Joseph &, Adam, grocers, 7 Market st & 1 Market space 
Ross Benjamin C. dw s e cor Baltimore and C. Market space 
Ross Joseph and Adam, lottery and exchange office, s e cor 

Baltimore st and Centre Market space 
Ross David, saddler, 24 n Frederick street 
Ross mrs Sarah, n w cor Pitt and Front sts 
Ross capt John, Canal street n ofMcElderry 
Ross William, house carpenter, 73 Alice Anna st 
Ross William, inn keeper, Lexington street w of Paca 
Ross William , ship carpenter, 83 Alice Anne street 
Ross mrs Elizabeth, 57 Fleet street 
Ross Daniel, comb factory, Columbia st near Cove 
{Ross Daniel, Sugar alley near Charles street 

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Rossberg Gotleip, shoe maker, 42 Front st 
Rossetter Thomas, fisher, Hanover st near Hill 
Roswald Coleman, merchant, dw New st e of Pact 
Roszell Rev. Stephen G. Wilk st w of Market 
Roszell Dr. teacher, 51 Fayette street 
Roszell Stephen C. cabinet maker.45 Fayette street 
Roy James, weaver, Peirce street w of Gnats worth 
Royston John & Co. dry goods mts. 57 Baltimore street 
Rozensteel Joseph, grocer, 20 Pennsylvania avenue 
JRoszell Ann, east maker, 103 s Eutaw street 
Rothell Charles, carpenter, Busy alley 

Rothrock Jno, tinplate worker, s w cor Baltimore & Paca sts 
Rountree William, proprietor of Citizens' Retreat, Montgo- 
mery street near William 
Rourke Mary, Frederick st near Water 
Rous John G. cordwainer, 54 n Howard street, dw 33 Pearl st 
Rouse Josephus, carpenter, Pearl st s of Fayette 
Rouse James, bricklayer, Caroline street n of Bank 
Rouse Benjamin, rope maker, Apple alley n of Wilk street 
Rowe John, 97 Hanover street 
Rowe Thomas, seaman, Canal street s of Gough 
Rowe capt Joseph H. Market street s of Bank 
Rowles John J. lottery office, s w cor Baltimore and Gay sts 
Roy Michael, weaver, Peirce street w of Chatsworth 
Ruark Edward, labourer, Salisbury st n side wofHarford run 
Ruby Henry, city bailiff, Bank street w ofWolf 
Ruby Samuel, house joiner, cor Happy alley & Bank street 
Ruckle &l Vansant, mt. tai'ors,41 Pratt st. dw 103 s Howard st 
Ruckle Nicholas, merchant tailor, 105 s Howard st 
Ruckle Williim, jr. grocer, n e cor Forest and Douglass sts 
Ruckle George, caner, 116 Exeter street 
Ruckle Thomas, painter, 231 n Howard street 
Ruckle Thomas C. portrait painter, Fayette st w of St. Paul 
Ruckle Paul, grocer, 253 Baltimore street 
Ruckle George, carter, Aisquith, st n of Douglass 
tRuckle Williim, cooper, Ivy alley 
Ruddach David J. grocer, 30 Pratt street w of Gay 
Ruddach mrs Rebecca, 66 s Sharp street 
Ruddish Thomas, ship carpenter, Wilk st w of Ann 
Rudderow S tavern keeper, Lovely lane 
Rudenstein William, grocer, 6 Light st wharf, dw Conway st 
Rudolph, Hammond, Light street s of York [near Hanover 
Ruff Andrew, hatter, 176 Baltimore street 
Ruff J. sho* maker, Montgomery st near Light 
Rulon Samuel, coach spring maker, 27 German street, dw 25 
Rumney Jane, nurse, Brittonst s w of Neighbour [s Howard 
Rundle Jonathan, grocer, cor Light and West streets 
Rusk William, victualler, Pitt street e of Eden 
Rusk John, victualler, Pitt street w of Strawberry alley 
Rusk Jefferson, victualler, Loudeuslager's hill n side 
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tRusk William, barber, 10 e Baltimore street 

Rusk George, victualler, Pitt street 2d door w of iMarket f. p. 

Rusk Thomas, victualler, Orleans st e of Eden 

Russell John &, Samuel, dry goods store, 32 Centre Market 

Space, dw Wiik street opposite High 
Russell Robert, carter, Wilk street w of High 
Russell Alexander, brickmaker, 
Russell William, Wilk street \v of Exeter 
Russell Margaret, seamstress, 56 n Frederick street 
Russell John, carpenter, George st e of Pine 
Russell mrs Rebecca, 60 n Charles street 
Russell mrs Mary, Union street e of Penn avenue 
Russell George, turner, Cathedral st near Richmond 
Russell Samuel, tin roofer, Hill st near Charles 
Russell William, pl.iisterer, Eutaw st s of Lombard 
Russell Joseph, tinner, 16 n Howard street 
Russell Richard, carpenter, 79 Green street 
Russell Elizabeth, tailoress, Wolf street s of Fleet 
Rnssell mrs Elizabeth, upholsterer, Pratt street 5th house e 
tRussell Charlotte, Douglass street \v of Potter [of the bridge 
Russsinn Thomas, tailor, 33 s Liberty street 
tRussell Clemment, coachman, Crape alley 
tRussell Priscilla, 29 Union street 
Rust Mary 39 Pearl street 

Rust Samdel, shoe maker, Forest streetbetw Ensor & Hillen 
Ruth mrs Sewer, Union street e of Pehn. avenue 
Rutherford Nancy, spooler, Freedom street s of Pearce 
Rutherford Elijah, labourer, Caroline st n ol Gough 
Rutledge Jesse, North street n of Eager street 
Rulter Thomas, clerk in U. S. bank; dw Pearl st s of Mul- 
berry 
Rutter Thomas G. dw 91 Conway st 
Rutter mrs Margaret. Lexington st e of Pearl 
Rutter Richard, ship carpenter, Wolf st n of Fleet 
Rutter Henry, carpenter, Fleet st w of Wolf 
Rutter Henry J. carpenter, Wolf st n of Fleet 
Rutter Edward, sail maker, Armisted lane 
Ryan Margaret, seamstress, Water st near the market 
Ryan Patrick, tavern keeper, 41 Light st 
Ryan Sarah, corner Light st and Ruxton lane 
Ryan Cornelius, keeper of white hall, Bank st corner Market 
Ryan John, carpenter, Friendship st 1st house n of Orleans 8t 
Ryan Wm. tailor Hillen st e of Front 
Ryan Amos, bricklayer, George st w of Penn avenue 

SABBATH (Asbury) school, no. 3 at intersection of Ensor 

and Hillen sts 
Sabbath (Wesley an) do Bond st s of Bank 

Sacey Richard, seaman, Fleet st w of Market 
Sacom Thomas, carpenter, 19 Thames st 

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Sadler Henry seaman, Orleans st n side, 3 doors w of Eden st 

Sadler Mar>, seam-tress. Mechanics' alley n side 

Sadtler Philip B hardware merchant, 172 Baltimore st 

Saesler Adam, shoemaker, n High st 

Saint John Daniel, tailor, Chamberlain alley n side 

St. Marry's College., Penn ave n of Franklin st. Rev. J. T. 

Chanche, president, Penn ave n of Frauklin 
Saint Mary's Seminary, Penn avenue n of Franklin st. Rev. 
L. R. Deluol, superior, Rev. P. Fredet, pr. of theology, 
F. T ho, 1 1 me 
Saint John's (Methodist Protestant) church, 47 n Liberty st 
Saint John's (Catholic) church, Aisquilh st n of Monument 
Saint Victor Emily, Water st between Light and Grant sts 
Saint John Margaret, Hanover st near Richmond 
Saint Paul's church, corner Charles and Saratoga sts. do bury- 
ing ground German st near Cove 
Saint Peter's church, corner Sharp and German sts 
Saint Peter's free school, German st near Hanover 
Saint Peter's church, Saratoga st n of Liberty 
Saintnair Anthony, labourer, Diddle st e of Penn avenue 
tSales Benjamin, drayman, intersection of Harford avenue 

and Ensor st 
Sale Henry, 40 Lerew's alley 
Salinave James, 32 Pitt st 

Salisbury James, iabourer, cor Argyle al and Alice Anna st 
Salmin Charles, do Jefferson row Conway st 
JSalter Joseph, seaman, 57 Albemarle st [timore sts 

Salzwedel John J. furrier, Sharp st between German and Bal- 
Samuels S. grocer. 212 n Howard st 
Samuels David, Madison st near Howard 
tSampson Eliza, Long alley s of New st 
Sanders B. J. &, E. J. grocers and commission merchants, 46 

and 48 s Frederick st 
Sanders B. J. firm do dw Pitt st near Aisquith 
Sanders E. J. firm do dw Front st bet Gay and Pitt 
Sanders Peter, milkman, Henrietta st near William 
Sanders John VV. printer, 90 Pitt st 

Sanders Thomas, huckster, Low st 2d door w of Aisquith 
Sanders Jacob, inn keeper, n w cor Paca and Franklin sts 
Sanders Rachel, seamstress, Harford av near the Church 
tSanders Thos. seaman, Wilk st e of Strawberry alley 
tSanders Woo. whitewashes Conway st w of CharJes 
tSanders John, hatter, Chesnut alley w of Pearl st 
tSanders Mary, Park st extended 
tSanders Jarret, labourer, Happy alley near Gou«h st 
Sanderson & Jenkins, dry goods mts. 269 Baltimore st 
Sanderson mrs Susan, 7 Mercer st 
Sanderson G. H. in Franklin Bank; dw 40 n High st 
Sanderson Henry, sheriff, Baltimore co. 82 High st 
Sandlon John, bricklayer, Low st 6th door vv of Aisquith 
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Sands & Neilson, printers, n e cor Baltimore and Charles sts 
Sands Samuel, firm do.; dw East st near Baltimore 
Sands Washington, tailor, Hillen st w of Ensor 
Sands Arrena, Jackson st s side 
Sane William, brass founder, North st near Pleasant 
Sanford John, labourer, Eutavv st n of Pratt 
Sanford Abraham, pawn broker, n e cor Eutaw st & Wagon al 
Sangford J. L. produce mt. 117 n Howard st [Lunn's lane 
Sangston Geo. E. mert. 1354 Baltimore St.; dw Paca st w of 
Sangston J. A. & Co. dry goods mt. 134 Baltimore st 
Sangston Wm. shoemaker, Bank lane w of Belle Air market 
Sank Nicholas, furniture dealers, dw 55 Eulaw st.; store, 75 
Sank Elijah, carter, Busy alley [Lexington st 

Sanks Nathan, fisher, Cross st near Johnson 
Sanks John, Pine st s of George 
Sanks Jesse, ship carpenter, Wolf st s of Fleet 
Sanks Corbin, cor Charles and Motgomery sts 
Sankey Ann, boarding house, 38 s Howard st 
Sanner Singleton, pilot, 143 Bond st 
Santmeyer John, hatter, Chesnut alley w of Pearl st 
Sapp John, cooper, Lloyd st s of Salisbury 
Sappington Jarret, carpenter, Union alley e of Eden st 
Sappington Thos. hat manufacturer, 142 Baltimore st 
Sargeant Benj. blacksmith, Montgomery st near Light 
Sargent James, porter cellar, cor Fayette and St Paul's sts 
Sarsfield Stephen D. shoemaker, Charles st 1 door s of Pratt 
Sauerwein Daniel, carpenter, Long alley n of Lexington st 
Sauerwein Peter & Geo. flour dealers and grocers, 67 n How- 
ard st.; dw Park st bet Saratoga and Mulberry sts 
Sauerweine Daniel, carpenter, Park lanee of Pine st 
Sauervvine Geo. mt. 87 Park st 

Saulsbury Andrew, grocery &, feed store, cor Light St Mont- 
Saulsbury James, seaman, 33 Camden st [gomery sts 

Saunders Abraham, grocer, 39 Harrison st 
Saunders Maria, tailoress, German st bet Howard &, Lombard 
Saunders Benedict, 61 Pitt st 

Saunders Joseph, comb maker, Franklin st e of Cove 
tSaunders Amos, labourer, Peirce st e of Cove 
Sauners John J. tobacconist, Jefferson row, Conway st 
Saurence Wm. pattern maker, High st n of Stiles 
Sauter C. tavern, Bond st s of Wilk 
Sauter Christian, dairyman, Penn av s of Hoffman st 
Savage George T. cordwainer, Lee st bet Light and Charlet 
Savage S. 72 Conway st 

Savage Wm. H. dry goods mt. 56 Lexington st 
Sawner Itagena, St. Mary st n of Penn av 
Savery William, carpenter, 9 Front st 
Savings Institution, Fell's Point, Thames st w of Market 
tSavoy Wm. brickmaker, Burgundy alley w of Lunn's Ian© 
JSavoy Basil, labourer, Montgomery st near Charles 

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tSavoy Richard, boot black, 20 n Gay st 
tSavoy Richard, labourer, Chesnut alley \v of Pearl st 
tSavoy Samuel, labourer, Baltimore st vv of Pearl 
Sawer John, shoemaker, Lancaster st e of Apple alley 
Sawkins Wm. tavern keeper, 1 Hollingsworth and Grant sts 
Sawyer mrs. Saratoga st w of Pine 
Sawyer Chas. seaman, Happy alley n of Alice Anna st 
Sax Charles, locksmith, 85 Bond st 
Say Mary, 81 s Howard st 
Scarborough capt Abraham, 33 Fleet st 
Scarf mrs A. fancy dress and habit maker, over 33 w Pratt st 
Scarf mrs Elizabeth, tailoress, Frederick st near Gay 
Scarf George, plasterer, 102 n Eutaw st 
Shaaper William, ivory turner and musical instrument mak- 
er, corner Commerce and Water sts 
Schaeffer Wm. A. justice of peace, 1 n Frederick st 
Schaeffer Chris'n A. dw n Charles st bet Mulberry &Franklin 
Schaffer John, 133 n Eutaw st 
Schaeffer Jacob, labourer, w end of Baltimore st 
Sohapplemann Wm. clockmaker, 10 Mercer st 
Schaub Jacob, grocer, w end of Baltimore st s side 
Schaumaker Rachel, tailoress, Lee st near Sharp 
Scheldt mr. Charles st n of Eager 
Scheler Christopher, cabinet maker, 81 n Gay st 
fScheller Anthony, carter, Exeter st s ofHillen 
Scherer Michael, millinery store, 29 e Baltimore st 
Schimp John A. boot and" shoemaker, 23 s Howard st 
Schlee Peter. J. shoemaker, Forest st n of Gay 
Schieieh John G. baker, 35 s Howard st 
Schley John, baker, 5 Fayette st 
Schlumpf George, barber, Baltimore st e of Paca 
Schmidt mrs milliner, 3 Holliday st 
Schminke George, 40 Conway st 
Schnauber Wm. confectioner, Pitt st e of Eden 
Schorb A. Ill n Howard st 
Schraekart Michael, Hamburg st near Light 
Schrader Christian, cutler, Charles st n of Conway 
Schrodt John, baker, Exeter st s of French 
School Infant No. 1, German st near Hanover 
School Public No. 4, n e cor Hanover and Lee sts 
Schoolfield L. A. lottery and exchange office, 34 Baltimore st 
Schollar Jacob, baker, Saratoga street w of Cove 
Schieiner Wm. H. fishing &. fowling tackle store, 41 South st 
Schriver mrs H. Monument st e of Aisquith 
Schroeder Fred. H. tobacconist, n w cor Eutaw &. Conway sts 
Schroeder Wm. Franklin st e of Pine 
Schroeder Henry, mt. Shroeder st opposite Mulberry 
Schroeder John, shoe store, 109& Balto. st. dw 28 u Albemarle 
Schroeder, Baltzel, carpenter, 61 Bond street 
Schrote John, baker, cor Light and Mercer streets 

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Schule Lewis, rope maker, Lancaster st e of Caroline 

Schultz John, cordwainer, Run alley n of Fayette st 

Schultz William, hair dresser, Light street near York 

Schultz Jefferson, 115 Hanover street 

Schultz William, hair dresser, Pratt st near the bridge 

Schunk Ellen, boarding house, 64 French street 

Schunk Philip, victualler, Harford road n of the lumber yard 

Schuster S. tailor &, scourerer, 45 s Liberiy street 

Schvaekart Michael, Hamburg street near Light 

Schweitzer Joseph, piaisterer; 49 Wagon alley 

Schwalbe F. W. clothing store, 72 Centre market space 

Schwatka August, Long alley s of Saratoga street 

Schwartze Dr. Edward, 104 Hanover street 

Schwartze Frederick, tailor, 53 Pitt st. do High st s of Pratt 

Schwarzauer Daniel, York street near Light 

Schwatkha Charles A. blacksmith, s w cor Saratoga street 

and Long alley, dw Long alley s of Saratoga street 
Schwaitzen George, baker, Hamburg st near William 
tScoggins Phoebe, Forest street s of Douglass 
Scotchburn Thomas, rope maker, Harlbrd road s e side 
Scotchburn Andrew, huckster, Harford road n of the Church 
Schwartzman Joseph, saddler, 112 Eutaw street 
Schwartzman Jacob, carpet weaver. 75 s Eutaw street 
Scott John, attorney at law, 8 St Paul street 
Scott Lewis, labourer, 40 Wagon alley 
Scott T. Parkin, attorney at law, 9 St. Paul st. dw George st 

near Pennsylvania avenue 
Scott Rossiter, 89 n Exeter street 

Scott William, stone quarrier, Susquehannah rail road near 
Scott mrs Ann, boarding house, 40 s Eutaw st [city limits 
Scott Samuel, cor Baltimore st and Strawberry alley 
Scott John, shoe maker, Baltimore st e of Spring 
Scott Elizabeth, Baltimore st 4th door w of Temple st 
Scott James, rear of 91 Pitt street 
Scott William, tailor, Jackson street n side 
Scott Joseph, grocer &l flour mt. S8 n Gay street o. t. 
Scott James, shoe maker, Mullikin st w of Strawberry alley 
Scott Patrick, catpenter, Franklin street e of Chatsworth 
Scott Catherine, shop keeper, 33 Sterling street 
Scott John, Canal street s of Market 
Scott John, clothing store, 89 n Howard street 
Scott Matthew, Pyralecnic, Eden st s of Mulliken 
Scott Abraham, carpenter, boarding house, Saratoga street 

near Holliday 
Scott James, grocer, n w cor Apple alley and Fleet st 
Scott Joseph, lumber driver, Fort road 
Scott John, carpenter, Richmond street near Park 
Scott Ely, 8 n Howard street 

Scott John, produce merchant, Franklin st near Howard 
Scott Charles, shoe maker, Potter street n of Pitt 
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Scott Andrew, shoe maker, Strawberry alley s of Orleans st 

tScott William, sawyer, Happy alley n of Gough street 

tScott George, labourer, Apple alley s of Alice Anna st 

tScott Philip, drayman, Ensor st n e of East 

tScott Milkey, washer, Jefferson st 6th door e of Short st 

iScott Samuel, labourer, Mechanics' alley n side 

tScott Jane, Conway street near Cove 

tScott Elizabeth A. "Long alley s of Saratoga street 

tScott Robert, caulker, Wolf st s of Fleet 

Scotti J. ladies' and gentlemen's hair dresser, ornamental hair 

worker Sl perfumer, 11 & 13 South street 
Scotti Lewis F. keeper of the intelligence office, agent & col- 
lector 2 Fayette street, dwHolliday st n of Saratoga 
Scribner S. & Co. lottery and exchange office, basement of 

City hotel, Calvert street 
Scribner Samuel, dw n w cor Charles and Pleasant sts 
tScriviner William, Light street near Cross 
Scroggins John 17 Lerew's alley 
Scroggs W T illiam, carpenter, dw High street near Pitt 
Scroggs mrs Ann, 43 High street 
Seabright Elizabeth, Beuren street n of Liberty alley 
Seabrooks T. dyer & scourer, 35 s Charles street 
Seagester George, turner> Potter street n of Douglass 




SEAMAN'S UNION BETHEL. 

Is an elegant new church, situate on Fell's Point, fronting 
theharbour,built for the accommodation of seamen. Pastor Rev 
8. Williams. .There is a very flourishing Sunday School, for 
both sexes, taught in the basement story. 



Director for 1835. SEL 

Seamore William, ship carpenter, 17 Fleet street 
Seamount Jacob, brickmaker/,Co!umbia street near Cove 
Seamount David, brickmaker, Columbia st near Cove 
Seargeant James, porter celler, cor Fayette st and St Paul's 

lane, dvv cor Front and Low streets 
Searley Jane, victualler, Anna street n of Gough 
Searley James E. teacher, 66 Ann street 
Searley, Edward, victualler, Alice Anna st e of Market 
tSeaney Joseph, ship carpenter, Happy alley n of Fleet st 
Sears Thomas, tailor, Pratt st near Cove 
Sears William, gardner, Forest street s of Orleans 
Sears Ward & Co. proprietor ofThomsonian medicine store, 

s e cor Water &, Calvert streets 
Seaverson Thomas, coach and harness maker, cor Fayette St 

McClellan streets 
Secerberg Terolus, 29 German slreet 
Seche Joseph, cabinet maker, & mahogany dealer, 13 Park 

shop Lexington street near Liberty 
Secrist Carroll, dairyman, Biddle ste of Penn. avenue 
Sedgar Thomas, gilder, Hill street w of Hanover 
Seed James, victualler, Penn. avenue n of St. Mary street 
Seeger James, silver plater, 1 w Fayette street 
Segafoose John, grocer, cor Light st and Guilford alley 
*Segan Ann, huckster, 56 n Gay street 
f Segurik Tilghman, labourer, Franklin st e of Cove 
Seibert Philip, corset maker, 62 Harrison street 
Seidenstricker, &, Galloway, tobacco & snuff manufacturers, 

27 Centre Market space 
Seidenstricker John, book binder,|Eutaw st n of Pratt 
Seidenstricker John B„ glass, paint &. drug store, Forest st 
Seines mrs Martha, 161 n Gay street [s of French 

Selby miss M. A, milliner, 74 s Charles street 
Selding Daniel Charles, jr. weaver, Lexington st near Pearl 
Sellek Henry, cabinet maker, 33 Union street 
Sellers mrs Hester Ann, s w cor Frederick and Baltimore sts 
Sellers misses, boarding house, 14 s Calvert street 
Sellers John, blacksmith St wheelwright, s wcor Paca St Sara- 
toga streets, dw Long alley s of Saratoga st 
Sellers John, carpenter, Penn. avenue n of Hoffman street 
Sellers Francis, oyster & porter cellar, cor Mercer St Grant sts 
Sellman and Crook, wholesale grocery St com. mts. n w cor 

Pratt and South sts 
Sellman James C. dw St. Paul st betw Pleasant &, Mulberry 
tSelman, Peter, rigger, 38 s Charles street 
Seltzer mrs Mary A. Penn. avenue s of Hoffman st 
Seltzer Lewis, victualler, Hoffman st e of Penn. avenue 
Selvage S. B. saddle and harness maker, 4 South street 
Selvage William, coach and harness maker, n w cor Fayette 

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Selvey Rebecca, Barre street near Sharp 

Seney Joshua, grocer, cor Water street & Market space, dw 

55 Exeter street 
Sensz Nicholas, glass cutter, Hamburg street near William 
Seraden mr. shoe maker, Wolf street near Thames 
Serrett R. brickmaker, cor Monument and Sterling sts 
tSerrett Ann, washer, Sharp street near Busy alley 
Servary Peter, Paca street s of New 
Server mrs Ann, Wolf st n of Alice Anna street 
Server, mrs Mary, cor Low and Exeter sts 
Serville John, carpenter, Monument st e of Canal 
Seth mrs Elizabeth, Orleans st n side e of Aisquith 
Seth Susan, milliner, 49 n Eutaw 
JSeth Hercules, Bank street w of Wolf 
Severe James, wheelwright, 82 High street 
Seville James, carpenter, Monument st e of Canal 
Sewell John, carpenter, Paca street w of Lunn's lane, shop 

cor Camden & Paca streets 
Sewell Richard, shoe maker, 56 n Gay street o t. 
Sewell Reuben, sailmaker, Wilk street w of Ann 
Sewell Thomas, turner, Penn. avenue extended 
Sewell Richard, wholesale dry goods rat. 223* Baltimore st 
Sewell Rev. James, Barre street 
Sexton Cornelius, gardner, Union st w of Ross 
Seyler Frederick, currier, 24 s Liberty street, dw Lexington 

street betw Liberty and Park streets 
Seymour William, ship carpenter, 17 Fleet street 
tSeymore Lucy, seamstress, Necessity alley betw Exeter & 
Shade George W. tailor, Saratoga st w of Cove [Front sts 
Shaffor George, paver, Douglass st w of Forest 
Shaffer Jesse, wheelwright, Henrietta st near Light 
Shaffer George, labourer, Penn. avenue n of Union street 
Shaffer George, porter, Charles st near Montgomery 
Shaffer Samuel, labourer, Forest n of Madison st 
Shaffner George, currier, 16 Cheapside 
Shaffner Wm. victualler, Baltimore st w of Cove 
Shaffner Jacob, artificial flower store, 50 Baltimore st 
Shallus Samuel, 31 Lexington st 
Shakelford Lewis, pilot, 10 Thames st 
Shamer James, tinner, corner Charles and Barre sts 
Shamberg John, 31 s Liberty st 
Shamberg Wm. tavern keeper, 29 s Liberty st 
Shanahan James, labourer, 35 Camden st 
Shanahan Wm. tavern keeper, 60 s Calvert st 
Shanaman John, tin plate worker, 43 n Howard st 
Shane Elizabeth, Holliday st n of Bath 
Shane Patrick, do do 

Shane Joseph, justice of peace, 69 Hanover street, dw Cam- 
den st between Eutaw and Paca 
Shane Dr. Samuel, surgeon dentist, 49 s Sharp st 

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Shanly James, classical teacher,! Water st n side vv of Lloyd 
Shannessy James, painter, 31 Fayette st. dw Lexington st 

between Howard & Eutaw 
Shannessy Mary, fancy store, 63 Lexington st 
Shannon Joseph P. carpenter, Aisquith st n of M'Elderry 
Shannon Wm. 5 n Gay st o t 
Shannon John, weaver, Freedom st n of Pearce 
Shaphoff Elizabeth, Long alley n of New st 
Sharah Ann, boarding house, 123 Pratt st 
Share Joseph, brass founder, 11 Concord st. dw 3 e Water 
Sharkey Bridget, Paca st s of Fayette 
Sharp A. Spring st s of Gough 

Sharp Henry, caulker, Strawberry alley n of Fleet st 
Sharp H^nry, labourer, Bond st s of York 
Sharp Joseph, shoemaker, 20 Market st 
tSharp James, drayman, Low st 
^Sharper Zachariah, labourer, Gay st w of Aisquith 
Sharpley John, commission merchant, 81 Smith's wharf, dw 

Fawn st between Exeter and High 
Shatton Samuel, 170 n Gay st 
Shaw Matthew, grocer and commission merchant, 20 Light 

st wharf, dw Montgomery st 
Shaw Elias, flour merchant, 3 s Howard street, dw Paca 

street s of German 
Shaw Samuel, bricklayer, Pearl st n of Lexington 
Shaw Samuel H. clerk, Gough st e of Caroline 
Shaw John, blacksmith, Saratoga st e of Green 
Shaw John, French st n of Front 
Shaw John H. umbrella maker, 81 Ensor st 
Shaw Wm. grocer, Tyson st 

Shaw Isaiah, bricklayer, Henrietta st near Charles 
Shaw Sophia, boarding house, 247 Baltimore st 
Shaw John, blacksmith, 92 n Howard st 
Shaw Wm. Lexington st near Courtland 
Shaw Thomas, shoemaker, Exeter st n of Hillen 
Shea Henry, teacher, Biddle st e of Penn avenue 
tSheaf Henry, sawyer, Harford avenue n of the Church 
Shear Wm. carpenter, York st near Light 
Sheckles John, grocery and liquor store, corner of Lunn'a 

lane and Conway street 
Sheckles Ann, grocer, Lombard st w of Pine 
Shedd Wm. P. & J. prop. Metamora house, 7 s Charles st 
Shedrick John, rigger, n e corner Alice Anna and Wolf 8ts 
Sheef Joseph, grain merchant, Short st near Jefferson 
Sheerer Wm. Chatsworth st n of Franklin 
Sheets Jacob, coachmaker, Lunn's lane n of Conway st 
Shehan Thomas H. cordwainer, Pearl st a of Lexington 
Shehe Edward, cordwainer, Union st w of Ross 
Sheilds Patrick, labourer, 21 Concord st 
Shekies Wm. stone cutter, Baltimore st w of Pine 

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Shelly Wm. carpenter, n w corner Aisquith st &, Lunn's lane 

Sheldon John, shoemaker, corner Forest and Ensor sts 

Sheldon James, shoemaker, Exeter st n of Hillen 

Shelly Henry, victualler, Eden st n of Pitt 

Shelly mrs Ellen, Mullikin st w of Strawberry alley 

Shelly Stephen, shoemaker, 31 Alice Annast 

Sheppard Richard, saddler, 48 n Liberty st 

Sheppard John, harness maker, Montgomery st near Charles 

Sheppard Philip H. confectioner, Concord st 

Sheppard Reed, plaisterer, Salisbury st w of Harford run 

Sheppard Benjamin, s w corner Water and Grant sts 

Sheppard Thomas S. n w corner Pratt and Sharp sts 

Sheppard George, fisherman, Cross st near Johnson 

Sheppard mrs. w Pratt st 2 doors from Sharp 

Sheppard A. stage driver, Paca st s of German 

tSheppard John, drayman, Mulberry st n of Pearl 

Sherburn Louisa, Pine st e side n of Franklin 

Sherlock Wm. tavern, 7 Hanover street 

Sherman Lewis, grocer, Harford avenue opposite the church 

Sherrier Wm. C. blacksmith, Park lane e of Cove st 

Sherry Charles, fisherman, Eutaw stn of Spring gardens 

Sherwood Wm. shoemaker, 16 Thomsen st 

Siierwood Robert, printer, 96 s Sharp st 

Sherwood Alice, tailoress, Orleans st n side e of Aisquith 

Sherwood mrs Sarah, 57 High street 

Sherwood mrs Mary, Orleans st w of Eden 

Sherwood Philip, ship carpenter, 19 Fleet street 

Sheufler John, tailor, Light st near York 

Shew George, nailor, Canon alley betw. Water and Pratt sts 

Shick John, plaisterer, Moore alley w of Eutaw st 

Shield Neill, grocer, s w corner Fleet and Wolf sts 

Shield John B. city bailiff, Saratoga st w of Cove 

Shield Eliza, mantua maker, Eden st near Bank 

Shields Wm. boot and shoemaker, A\ Baltimore st 

Shields Isaac, labourer, 112 Exeter street 

Shilling Wm. tanner, 30 Pitt street 

Shilling R. shop keeper, Lancaster st w of Market 

Shillingberg Dominic, Columbia st near Cove 

Shinn rev. Asa, Eutaw street 2d door from Lombard 

Shipley Levelare G. house joiner, Mulberry st n side between 

Mulberry and Pine 
Shipley Washington, car driver, w end Baltimore st 
Shipley Otho, merchant, dw Pearl s of Mulberry, store, How- 
ard street n of Wagon alley 
Shipley Joshua, dairyman, Cove st near Conway 
Shipley Wm. B. boarding house, Cove st near Pratt 
Shipley Zachariah, carpenter, Cove st n of Saratoga 
Shipley mr. carpenter, Peirce st w of Pearl 
Shipley Richard A. carpenter, Saratoga st w of Pine 
Shipley Peale, labourer, Saratoga street e of Schroeder 
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tShipley Philip, carter, Chesnul alley w of Pearl st 

Shipman John, carpenter, 89 vv Pratt street 

Shirdin John, labourer, Fort road 

Shirk Henry, hog dealer, corner Howard and Monument sts 

Shock Samuel, cabinet maker, 28 e Water street 

vShock M. milk seller, Stiles st w of Gough 

Shoemaker George, brickmaker, Eutavv st 2 doors from Austin 

Shoemaker David, miller, Columbia st near Cove 

Shoemaker Morris A. cabinet maker, Sarah Ann ste of Cove 

Shoemaker Ubrick, 1 Beuren street 

Shoemaker Henry, carpenter, corner Alice Anna street and 

Strawberry alley 
Sholes Thomas C. upholsterer, 14 Pitt street 
Sholes Thomas C. upholsterer, 265 n Howard street 
Shoor Catherine, William alley near William st 
Shopman Ellen, Potter st s of Gay 
Short Mary M. 5 Water street near South 
Short Hicks, Pratt street e of President 
Shortel Jonathan, carpenter, Caroline st s of Wilk 
Shorter Hannah, Guilford alley near Charles street 
Shot Tower Co. of Baltimore, Gay st. J Franciscus, Presdt. 
Shot Tower, Gist's Eutaw st between Conway & Barre see 

advertisement 
Shot Tower Phoenix of Baltimore, s e cor Front and Pitt sts 
Shott mrs Harriet, Baltimore st e of Green 
Shott Jacob, seaman, Washington st n of Fleet 
Shotten John, victualler, Eden st n of Pitt 
Shotts Daniel, grocer, Eden st n of York 
Showacre John, coachmaker, n e cor Eutaw &, Camden sts 
Shreck Jacob, comb maker, Aisquith st n of Orleans 
Shreck George, do do do do 

Shreck mrs. Aisquith st n w corner Thomson 
Shriver John S. Franklin street w of Pearl 
Shroder John, shoemaker, 24 Albemarle st 
Shrote Matthias, cordwainer, Pine st w side n of Franklin 
Shryock Henry S. cabinet maker, 32 New Church st 
Shryock John, pump maker, Pitt st e of Aisquith 
Shubrick Wm. capt. U.S. navy, Lexington st near Courtland 
Shuck Adam, hatter, Holliday st near Bath 
Shultz Dr. J. druggist, n e corner High and Wilk sts 
Shuter James, grocer, corner High and French sts 
Shutt mrs Margaret, 120 Exeter street 
Sibre Ann, 15 New street 

Sicard Dr. L. A. n w corner Lexington and Liberty sts 
Sickle George, baker, Aisquith st s of Holland 
Sickle Henry, baker, 35 Bond street 
Sieber John M. baker, Barre st near Sharp 
Sigler William, dyer, corner Eutaw and Lexington sts 
Silberasnn Peter, tanner, Penn av extended 
Silratt Henry P. cordwainer, Eutaw st opposite Barre 

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Silverthorn mrs Julia Ann, tutoress, 45* High st 

Silvey Hester, tailoress, French st 

Simmering Christian, tobacconist, 70i Lexington St.; dw 

Franklin st e of Chatsworth 
Simmonds John A. justice of peace, 270 Baltimore st; dw 

280 Baltimore st 
Simmonds mrs. tutoress, Saratoga st near Park 
Simmons mrs Mary, 7 York avenue 
Simmons mrs Mary, Bank st vv of Exeter 
Simmons Joseph, cigar maker, 34 n Charles st 
Simmons John, carpenter, Potter st n of Douglass 
Simmons Stephen, seaman, 44 Alice Anna st 
Simms Joseph, copper, tin, sheet iron ware and stove manu- 
factory, cor Light and Lombard sts.; dw Pratt 3 doois 
e of Sharp st 
Simms Robert, carpenter, Pearl st s of Fayette 
tSimms Rhoda, washer, Spring st n of Baltimore 
fSimms Rhoda, Light st near Hamburg st 
Simon Chas. dry goods mt. 53 n Howard st 
Simond Andrew, machinist, 15 Monument st 
Simonig John, clerk, 72 s Howard st 
Simons Ann, shop keeper, Wolf st s of Fleet 
Simonson John, chair maker, 11 w Pratt st 
vSimonson Charles P. chair maker, Lombard st near Light 
Simonton George, shoemaker, Wilk st e of Wolf 
Simpi" Albert F. seaman, Shakspear st e of Bond 
Simpson Wm. coaehmaker, Holliday st n of Saratoga 
Simpson John, rigger, Ann st s of Fleet 
Simpson Wm. coaehmaker, Calvert st s of Pleasant 
Simpson Joseph, lapidary, Front st s of Low 
Simpson John K. 28 Light st 
Simpson uks Ann, Exeter st s of French 
Simpson John R. tailor, Hillen st vv of High 
Simpson John, weaver, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 
Simpson John, weaver, Freedom st, n of Peirce 
Simpson Wm. seaman, Mechanic's alley n side 
Simpson Walter, 125 Aisquith st 
tSimpson Robert, brickmaker, Asbury st 
f Simpson Hugh, nailor, Aisquith st s of Douglass 
Sinclair &, Moore, plough and seed store, 60 Light st 
Sinclair Robert, jr. seed store, 60 Light st; dw n e cor Eu- 

taw and Monument sts 
Sinclair John, blacksmith Chatsworth st n ofFrankiin 
Sinclair Cyrus, pump and block maker, Fawn st e of High 
Sinclair Matt, stone cutter, Chesnut alley w of Chatsworth st 
Sinclair Alice, seamtress, n e cor Fleet and Wolf sts 
Sinclair mrs Mary, Fountain st near Washington 
Sindall Samuel, dry goods mt. 51 Baltimore st [Water sts 
Sindall Joshua, deputy keeper penitentiary, s e cor High &, 
Sine Frederick, blacksmith, 32Bloekst 
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Singer George, watchmaker, Fayette st near Charles 

f Singer Henry, cabinet maker, Holland st w of Harford run 

Singleton C. F. & R. com mts. 82 Bowly's whf; dw C. F. S. 

Courtland st D of Mulberry 
Singleton Elizabeth, n w cor Gay and Fayette sts 
Sinners E. R. proprietor of Tammany Hall hotel, Water st 

between Gay and South sts 
Sinsney Frederick, victualler, Hampstead st 
Sinton Nathaniel, grocer, 118 Ensor st 
Sipes Peter, cordwainer, Cove st extended 
Sipple mrs. 18 Mercer st 

Sirata V. hat manufacturer, 112 Baltimore st. See adv 
Sisco Charles, coach maker, 18 Park st 
Sisselberger Margaret, Tyson p.lley 
Sitler Morris, confectioner, 66 w Pratt st near Hanover 
Sitler Mary, dress maker, Green st n of Mulberry 
Sitley mrs. Busy alley 
Skepper Isabella, nurse, 68 Exeter street 
Skilling William, engraver, 20£ Baltimore st 
Skillman Robert, chair maker, 32 Hanover st 
Skillman Charles, 19 Fleet st 
Skinner Dr. D.H. s w corner Lee and Hanover sts 
Skinner Samuel P. teacher, 32 Holliday st 
Skinner John S. postmaster of Baltimore; dw 46 n Charles st 
Skinner Sarah, 10 Barnet st 

Skinner rev. Otis A. pastor Universalist Church, 67 Lombard 
Skinner Zachariah, ship carpenter, York st near William 
Skinner Robert, last and boot-tree maker, and finding store, 

n e corner Calvert and Water sts 
Skinner Benjamin, labourer, Britton st s vv of Neighbour 
Skinner Win, ship carpenter, Armistead lane, Montgomery 
Skipper Micajah, carter, Front st s of Hiilen [st near Light 
Slack William B. 98 s Sharp street 
Slack Andrew, mail carrier. George st w of Penn av 
Slade Lewis, hack owner, 14 Fleet st 
Slade miss Jemima, 33 Fayette st 
Slane Francis, carter, Neighbour st s side foot of G Hill 
Slaney John, tinner &, gas metre manufact., Mechanic's alley 
Slaughter James M, com mt. 79 Bowly's wharf; dw Conway 

st between Charles and Hanover 
Slate George, stage driver, Mulberry st near Park 
Slater Robert, pork butcher, Gistst n side Laudenslager's hill 
Slater Henry, brushmaker, 37 Market st 
Slater John, victualler, Hampstead st 
Slater William, corner Madison st and Lerew's alley 
Slater James, bacon mt. cor Bond and Gough sts 
Slater Geo. grocery and liquor store, Lexington st e of Paca 
Slaysman Alexander, plasterer, 21 Sterling st 
Slaysman mrs Mary, York avenue 
Sleeger Daniel, printer, Temple st near Baltimore 

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Sleeper J. proprietor of Washington hotel, 4 n Gay st 

Slemmer Christian, Pratt st vv of Albemarle 

Sleppy Jacob, carpenter, Pearl st n of Mulberry 

Slicer William, 50 Sterling st 

Siiogluff C. D. & J. grocers, 15 n Howard st.; dw C. D. S. 
Fayette st near Eutavv 

Sliver Abram, soap and tallow chandler, 25 Constitution st 

Sloan James, grocery and liquor store, Stillhouse st 

Sloan John, sea captain, Aisquith st n of Orleans 

Sloan John, clerk, 170 Hanover st 

Sloffen Hannah, hinder, 20 Sterling st 

Small Cath. dry goods store, Pratt st bet Howard & Eutaw sts 

Small John, sen. 146 Sharp st 

Small Ellen, Smith's alley 

Small Jesse, cordwainer, Jew alley n of Dutch 

Small Agnes, 47 Pearl street 

tSmall George, porter, Cove st near Conway 

tSmall George, driver, Hamilton st 

tSmall Mingo, labourer, Long alley s of Saratoga st 

Small Elizabeth, milliner, Pratt st 1 door e of Eden 

Small John, carpenter, Lancaster st w of Market 
Small Richard, sawyer, Forest st n of Douglass 
Small col Jacob, Conway st near Hanover 
Small John, watchman, 87 s Howard st 
Smallwood mrs Julia, Orleans st n side w of Canal st 1 door 
Smallwood Benjamin, labourer, German st near Green 
JSmallwood David, drayman, Biddle alley w of Ross st 
tSmiles George, labourer, Aisquith st s of Orleans 
Smiley Robert, jr. cooper, 6 Grant st.; dw cor Grant & Water 
Smiley Robert, sen. cooper, 78 High st 
Smiley Isaiah, drayman, Aisquith st n of Holland 
Smiley William, grocer, Richmond st near Howard 
Smith Samuel, artist, Hamilton row, Hamilton st 
Smith mrs. York sireet near Charles 
Smith Samuel, Wagon alley near Park st 
Smith mrs Eliza, grocer, Second st 4th door w of the Market 
Smith gen. Samuel, Water st n side bet Gay and South 
Smith John, music printer, 8 Water st w of South 
Smith Louisa, grocery and liquor store, 15 w Pratt st 
Smith Andrew," painter and glazier, 16 Cheapside 
Smith mrs Ralph, 52 n Charles street 
Smith mrs Sarah, 78 n Charles street 
Smith mrs Lambert, n Charles st near Pleasant 
Smith Matthew, £>harp st 2d door n of Lombard 
Smith, firm Birchnell & Smiih, dw 35 Saratoga st 
Smith Jacob, saddler, Pratt st w of Eutaw; dw Eutavv st n of 
Smith John, blacksmith, L Hughes st near Light [Conway 
Smith John, coachmaker, cor Charles and Montgomery sts 
Smith John, stone mason, Chesnut alley vv of Chatsworth st 
Smith Jacob, labourer, w end Baltimore st s side 
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Smith Robert H. & Co. grocers, n w cor Charles & Conway sts 
Smith Martin, labourer, Armistead lane near Light st 
Smith Sarah, Charles street 2 doors s of Conway 
Smith Dr. Nathan R. 30 n Liberty street 
Smith Philip, tavern, cor Liberty st and Cowpen alley 
Smith Thomas, Eutaw street n of Lexington 
Smith John, baker, 76 s Eutaw street 
Smith Joseph, bricklayer, Long alley s of Saratoga st 
Smith David W. carpenter, Jefferson row, Conway st 
Smith James, comb maker, Luna's lane n of Conway st 
Smith William, baker, Lunn's lane s of Paca st 
Smith Jacob, firm Rau & Smith; d\v Paca e side s of Ross 
Smith Thomas, carpenter, dw Paca st n of Franklin 
Smith Elizabeth, Paca st n of Franklin 

Smith & Hyde, soap & candle factory, s w cor Paca & Fayette 
Smith Thos. M. firm do.; d\v Sharp st w of Lombard 
Smith Andrew, painter, Paca st w of Green; shop Cheapside w 
Smith John G. grocer, Camden st w of Eutaw [of Pratt st 

Smith John, upholsterer, York st near Charles 
Smith Cyrus, tailor, York street near Charles 
Smith Solomon J. tailor, Pine st e side s of George 
Smith Thomas, blacksmith, Montgomery st n of Light 
Smith Eli, cooper, cor Pine st and Park lane; shop German w of 
Smith Samuel R. Chatsworth st intersection of Cove [Pine 
Smith Gideon B. Cove street extended 
Smith Eli, blacksmith, 7 Cove street 

Smith Stephen, sea captain, 4 York buildings, e Baltimore st 
Smith Mary, East street n of Ensor 
Smith miss Eliza H. dry goods store, 8 e Baltimore st 
Smith James L. tailor, East street s of French 
Smith William, labourer, Short alley 
Smith Joseph, plasterer, East st n of Douglass 
Smith John, carpenter, Low st bet High and Front 
Smith James, carpenter, Water street, near Bond 
Smith Samuel C. grocer, s e cor Water and Albemarle sts 
Smith Charles, labourer, Granby st 5th door e of falls 
Smith mrs Mary, 66 Exeter street 
Smith James, tobacconist, 15 Gough street 
Smith Richard, shoemaker, Thames st e of Market 
Smith Ephrnim. Bank st e of Market 
Smith George, tobacconist, Orleans st e of Long lane 
Smith Moses, Gay street e of Forest 
Smith Samuel, shoe store, cor Penn av and Franklin st 
Smith Lewis, clerk in Marine Bank, Front st near Pitt 
Smith mrs Margaret, Penn av. n of Franklin st 
Smith Jacob, jr. lumber merchant, 43 Front st 
Smith mrs Catherine, Penn av s of Preston st 
Smith mrs Ellen, weaver, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 
Smith Joseph, bricklayer, Mulberry st e of Pine 
Smith Eli, blacksmith, Saratoga steof Cove 
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Smith Jacob, wheelwright, Saratoga st wof Schroeder 

Smith Matthias, wheelwright, Saratoga w of Schroeder 

Smith Henry, victualler, Saratoga street extended 

Smith John W. broker, Franklin st e of Cove 

Smith Charlotte, tailoress, Schroeder st s of Saratoga 

Smith Jesse, cooper, Schroeder st s of Saratoga 

Smith Nicholas, cooper, Fayette st e of Cove 

Smith Samuel, cordwainer, Fayette st w of Pearl 

Smith Christopher, Park lane extended 

Smith Adam, cooper, Park lane w of Cove st 

Smith William, cooper, Park lane e of Pine st 

Smith Daniel, Columbia st wof Paca [ga st extended 

Smith Matthias, wheelwright, w end Baltimore St.; dw Sarato- 

Smith Charles, cooper, s w cor Baltimore and Pine sts 

Smith Elizabeth, tailoress, 9 Mott st 

Smith Griffin, pilot, Alice Anna st e of Wolf 

Smith capt John S. 12 Alice Anna st 

Smith William, ship carpenter, 24 Block st 

Smith Susan, fancy store, 62 n Gay street 

Smith Charles, pilot, 114 Wolf street 

Smith Thomas W. cabinet maker, 5 Commerce street 

Smith William, carter, East street n of Pitt 

Smith Ringgold, chair manufacturer, 49 South street 

Smith John. mt. 29 Albemarle St.; store Dug-an's wharf 

Smith Francis H. agent for the Franklin Fire Insurance Co. of 

Philadelphia; dw Holliday st 4 doors from the Theatre 
Smith George, labourer, Apple alley s of Alice Anna st 
Smith Robert, Calvert street n of Fayette 
Smith Robert & John, grocers and com mts. 71 s Calvert st 
Smith Robert M. R. dw 45 n Charles street 
Smith John W. e side St. Paul's st n of Mulberry 
Smith John J. Lovely lane near South street 
Smith Ranslear, blacksmith, stove, sheet iron and tin manufac- 
turer, 38 Light street 
Smith R, M. R. grocer; dw Charles st 1 door n of Barnet 
Smith Alex'r, iron mt.; dw Charles st bet Lexington & Fayette 
Smith George, shoemaker, Fleet st e of Caroline 
Smith George W. wood corder, 16 M'Elderry's wharf 
Smith rare. 20 Ann street 

Smith Job, jr. lumber mt. Buchanan's whf.; dw 43 Front st 
Smith J. & A. iron mts. 4 Pratt st whf.; dw of John Smith, 
Barre street between Hanover and Sharp; dw of Alex'r 
Smith, 13 n Charles st 
Smith Jack, labourer, Montgomery street near Light 
Smith Daniel, boot and shoemaker, 11 w Pratt street 
Smith Jas. L. shoe store, 7 & 12 Maryland Arcade; dw e side 

Eden street 3d door n of Gough 
Smith J. L. M. wine merchant, 25 South street 
Smith Alexander, blacksmith, Montgomery st near William 
Smith mrs Catherine, Montgomery st near Charles 
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Smith Christian H. harness maker, Marion st near Liberty- 
Smith Andrew, labourer, Lancaster st e of Bond 
Smith Hannah, washer, Falls turnpike, near Lanvale factory 
Smith James, blacksmith, Lancaster st e of Argyle alley 
Smith mrs. boarding house, Lexington st near Charles 
Smith John, ship joiner, Fleet street corner Star alley 
Smith John, blacksmith, Thames st w of Market 
Smith mrs Hannah, 27 Fleet st 

Smith Richard, lead smelter, Fleet st e of Washington 
Smith Nicholas, grocer, York avenue n of Monument street 
Smith John Q. printer, Constitution st e of French 
Smith Joseph, printer, French street opposite Potter 
Smith Hugh, French st s of High 
Smith Joseph, carpenter, French street w of Potter 
Smith Benjamin B. sea captain, Harford av n of the Church 
Smith Robert, principal of Lafayette Academy. Harford avenue 

n of the Church 
Smith John A. carpenter, Harford road, n of lumber yard 
Smith George, seaman, Canal street s of Gough 
Smith Abijah, carpenter, 249 n Howard street 
Smith A. C. miniature painter, 29 Fayetie street 
Smith George, city bailing corner Light street and Sugar alley 
Smith &. Sharkey, importers of china, glass and queensware, 

229* Baltimore street 
Smith &. Atkinson, druggists, 228 Baltimore street 
Smith James L. shoemaker, Caroline st n of Gough; store Ma- 
Smith James P. tobacconist, 18 Market st [ryland Arcade 
Smith William P. Eutaw street, 2 doors from Camden 
Smith John, baker, 30 n Eutaw street 
Smith John, cooper, Ruxton lane near Charles street 
Smith William B. tavern, Ruxton street 
Smith James, tailor, German street near Eutaw 
Smith Eli, cooper, German street near Green 
Smith Jacob, harness maker and saddler, 104 Lombard st 
Smith John, at post office; dwBarre street near Charles 
Smith John, Barre street near Sharp 
tSmith Abram, carter, Forest st s of Douglass 
tSmith James, labourer, n e cor of Monument and Ensor sts 
tSmith David, labourer, Forest st n of Monument 
tSmith Francis, barber, Caroline st n of Fleet 
f Smith Adam, seaman, Caroline st s of York 
tSmith Lloyd, seaman, Potter st n of Douglass 
tSmith James, sawyer, Bond st n of Pratt 
tSmith Joseph, labourer, Saratoga st e of Cove 
tSmith Aquilla, labourer, Saratoga st w ofSchroeder 
^Smith John, labourer, Arcade alley w of Eutaw st 
|Smith John, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Wilk st 
JSmith Charles, Chesnut alley, w of Chatsworth st 
tSmith Sarah, Biddle alley w of Ross st 
tSmith Edward, labourer, Hull's lane n side w of Aisquith st 

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f Smith Henry, labourer, Happy alley n of Gough st 
tSmith James, drayman, Chesnut alley w of Pearl st 
("Smith Rachel, Peach alley, w of Pearl st 
|Smith Ann, Peach alley w of Pearl street 
{Smith Richard, carter, Park lane w of Pearl st 
tSmith Charles, drayman, Forest st s of Douglass 
tSmith Peter, mason, Eutaw st opposite Barre 
tSmith Wm. drayman, William st near Cross 
tSmith James, labourer, Annapolis road near Spring Gardens 
f Smith Isaac, carter, Chatsvvorth st n of Franklin 
TSmith John, labourer, Low st bet High and Front 
tSmith Nathan, carter, cor Water and Bond sts 
tSmith Simon, labourer, Granby st next house e Jones's Falls 
tSmith Milly, Wagon alley, near Liberty st 
tSmith Nathan, drayman, Hull's lane 3 doors vv of Aisquith st 
}.Smith Jacob, Bell alley near Davis street 
tSmith Peter M. 74 Conway st 
tSmith Mary, shop keeper, 79 n Liberty st 
tSmith Levin, carter, Busy alley 
Smithhayser Philip, labourer, Hill st near Hanover 
Smithson mr. wheelwright, near cor Hampstead & Market sts 
Smothers Jesse, labourer, Sugar alley 

Smull David B. coppersmith, tin and sheet iron worker, corner 
Pratt and Concord sts ; dw Exeter bet Pratt & Granby 
Smull James, dealer in 2d hand articles, W ilk st w of Canal 
Snavely John, baker, 114 Exeter st 
Sneed John, carpenter, Hill st near Light 
Snit P>ederick, Saratoga st w of Cove 
Snow capt. Freeman, Caroline st n of Wilk 
Snow capt. Charles G. Market st s of Wilk 
jSnow Martha, Sarah Ann street w of Cove 
tSnowden Isaac, labourer, Inloes alley 
tSnowden Peter, carter, Chesnut alley e of Pine street 
tSnowden Samuel, labourer, German street near Cove 
tSnowden Susan, German street near Cove 
Snyder Susan, boarding house, 7 Water street 
Snyder Eliza, fancy store, Lexington st near Liberty 
Snyder Charles, Eutaw street n of Pratt 
Snyder Francis, Argyle alley s of Alice Anna street 
Snyder William, wheelwright, Eutaw st n of Pratt 
Snyder John, carpenter, East street n of Pitt 
Snyder Harriet, tailoress, Douglass street e of Potter 
Snyder Jacob, blacksmith, East st n of Ensor 
Snyder mrs Elizabeth, Penn. avenue extended 
Snyder Dr. Peter, Exeter street n of Stiles 
Snyder mrs Amelia, Franklin street w of Chatsworth 
Snyder Henry, golden horse tavern, cor Howard and Frank 
Snyder Matthew, baker, 278 n Howard street [lin sts 

Snyder Joseph R. store keeper of the Custom house, opposite 
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Snyder Salome, seamstress, 79 s Howard street 
Sollers John, boot and shoe maker, 70 Pratt street 
Sollers Basil, hatter, 15 Gay street o. t. 
JSollers Abraham, Run alley s of Lexington street 
jSollers Adam, labourer, Gay street w of Aisquith 
Solomon William, sail maker, Holland street e of Aisquith 
Solomon B. packer and com. agent, cor Plowman and Albe- 
marle streets 
Solomon Wm. shoe store, cor Bond &. Shakspear sts 
Solomon Edward, sail maker, Eden st near Holland 
Somers John, plaisterer, Saratoga street near Howard 
Somerville mrs Ann, 28 Hanover street 
Somerville Elizabeth, Peirce street w of Pearl 
tSomerwell Elizabeth, Eutaw street s of Conway 
fSomerwell Peter, waterman s Charles st near Hill 
Sommer Jacob, coach and harness maker, 36 s Howard st 
Sommers James, tavern keeper, cor Light and Lombard sts 
Sommers Frederick, boarding house & tavern, 2l Bond st 
Sonner Joseph, pilot, 37 Fleet street 
Soran mrs Ruth, cane seat & sock maker, 24 Albemarle st 
Soran John, chair maker, cor Bond and Gough streets 
Soruder, Conrad, shoe maker, Spring st n of Wilk 
Southcomb mrs,Hampstead street betw Eden st and Har. run 
Southcomb Carey, plumber, Thames st w of Ann 
Southcomb Elizabeth, 191 Bond street 

tSouhward Thos. tobacconist, Jefferson st 4th door eof Short 
Sowers Levi, labourer, Market street s of Fleet 
Spalding Richard B. pro. of Baltimore type foundry, 43 n 

Frederick street 
tSparrow Charles, Strawberry alley n cf Fleet st 
Spaulding Daniel, Charles street near Montgomery 
Spaulding Samuel, labourer, Montgomery st near Charles 
SpafTord Ann, 1S1 Bond street 
Spafford Samuel G. carpenter, 183 Bond street 
Spangler Daniel, tailor, s w cor Mulberry and Pacasts 
Spangler Daniel, tailor, Baltimore street w of Pine 
Spanyard Justus, cake baker, Bond sreet s of Wilk 
Sparks Samuel, turner, Mullikin street e of Bond 
Sparks John, sawyer, Ruxton street 
Sparks Dorcas, Saratoga street near Eutaw 
Speaks Edward, tailor, Hiilen st w of Potter 
Speaks Nicholas, cordwainer, 7 Mulberry st 
^Speaks Daniel, ostler, Lexington st e of Cove 
Spear Otis, com. mt. 4 s Charles st. dw Green st near Fayette 
Spear mrs Leonora, Pratt w of Exeter st 
Speare mrs Pleasant st near Charles 
Spears James, cooper, 2 Mulberry street 
Spedden John, sailmaker, Gough st w of Bond 
Spedden Robert, sailmaker, Gough st eof Bond 
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Spedden Vincent, brickmaker, Baltimore st w end s side 

Spedden John, brickmaker, Hill street near Charles 

Speddy John, Apple alley s of Baltimore street 

Speed J. J. attorney at law, 29 s Gay st 

Speer James, stone mason n w cor Pearl and Saratoga sts 

Spelman Nicholas, teacher, Franklin st e of Cove 

Spence Groeme K. dry goods store, cor Charles and s Pratt sts 

Spence John, sexton of 1st Presbyterian church, Holliday st 

4 doors s of Pleasant 
Spence mrs Lexington street near Liberty 
Spencer Abel, last maker, 24 n Gay st. dw 23 n Frederick st 
Spencer Edward, firm Meredith & Spencer, dw Lexington st 

2 doors e of Howard street 
Spencer James, n w cor North and Pleasant sts 
Spencer John, tavern, 60 Market street f. p. 
Spencer Benjamin, North street 2 doors n of Pleasant 
Spencer Susan, tailoress, L. Hughes st near Light 
Spencer Enoch L. Thomsonian apothecary, Paca st n of 
Spencer Susan, Pearl st n of Baltimore [Lexington 

Spencer Eli, tailor, 92 Pitt street 
Spencer Thomas, tailor, Alice Anna street e of Ann 
t Spencer Valentine, carpenter, Hull's lane w of Aisquith st 
Sperry William, coach maker, Holland st e of Aisquith 
Spicer Thomas, dw Eutaw st s of Pratt 
Spicer Hiram, blacksmith, Hollins st w. p. 
Spicer Samuel G. shoemaker, McElderry st e of Aisquith 
Spicer Charles, Water st 1st door w of Harford run 
Spicer John, tailor, 68 Franklin st. dw George st e of Pine 
Spilcker, C. W. city oil store, 106 Baltimore st 
Spillman James, hardware merchant, 3 n Gay st o t 
JSpindler William C. Baltimore st 3d door e of Aisquith st 
Spinyard Richard, drayman, Exeter s of Hillen 
Sponsell John, 57 Park street 

Sprawl James, shoe maker, Apple alley's of York street 
Spreckelson George A ship chandler* grocer and cordage 

manufacturer, Thames st w of Bond 
tSport Joseph K. shoemaker, Welcome alley betw Hanover 

and Sharp streets 
Sprigg miss, Park st near Saratoga 
Spriggsmiss Margaret, Charles st 1 door s of Franklin 
Spriggs Thomas, labourer, Mechanics' alley n side 
Spriggs Anthony, Peach alley w of Pearl stVeet 
Spriggs John, labourer, Guilford alley near Light street 
tSpriggs Geo. whitev\asher,Hull'slane4 doors w of Aisquith st 
tSpriggs Stephen, labourer, Lancaster street e of Bond 
tSpriggs Serena, seamstress, Crape alley 
Spring City, corner Charles and Camden streets 

do or Eastern Fountain, n e cor Eden and Pratt sts 
do Calvert st n of Saratoga [st e of High 

Springer David C. grocer, Pratt st w of the bridge, dw Stiles 

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Sprinklen mrs. Jane, York avenue 
Sproston Doctor Geo. Saratoga st near Courtland 
Sprucebanks Benjamin, shoemaker, York avenue 
Sprucebanks Abram, rope maker, s Charles st extended 
Spurrier Beale, conveyancer, Courtland st betw Lexington 

&- Saratoga, d\v Courtland betw Lexington & Saratoga 
Squire Dorothy, Water st betw Light and Grant 
Sraud Rachel, Harford avenue n of the Church 
Stabler Edward H. firm of Moore & Stabler, dw 87 Conway st 
Stacker Christian, tailoress Low st betw High and Front 
Stafford William, sea capt. Alice Anna st e of Market 
Stafford Elizabeth, tailoress, High st n of Water 
Stafford Richard, carpenter, 27 Alice Anna street 
Stafford Patrick, Fleet street w of Caroline 
Stafford Moses, labourer, York avenue 
Staggleman, Abraham, shoe maker, Canal st s of Monument 
Stagmyer John, bricklayer, Lancaster st e of Caroline 
Stahl Andrew, Britton st s w of Neighbour 
Staines William D. fish huckster, 179 Bond street 
Stains Samuel, carpenter, Argyle alley n of Lancaster st 
Stains George, labourer, Fleet st w of Castle alley 
Stale Thomas, seaman, Wilk st e of Eden 
Stall mrs Elizabeth, Fayette st w of Pearl 
Stall Barbara, shop keeper, n e cor Ensor & Monument sts 
Stall Jacob, huckster, Britton st n e of Monument 
Stalling John, carpenter, Canal st s of Gough 
Stalling John S. baker, Bond st s of Wilk 
Stammer Bernard, ornamental painter, 13 Comet st 
Stamp John F. cordwainer, Frederick st s of Water 
Stamp George A. 70 n Liberty street 
Standsbury Darius, carpenter, High st s of French 
fStandley Washington, caulker, Wolf st s of Alice Anna 
Stanford Thomas, hatter, 12 Thompson street 
Stanford Henry, hatter, Orleans ste of Friendship 
^Stanford Charles, Apple alley n of Fleet st 
Stanley & Baker, druggists, n e cor Howard & Fayette sts 
Stanley & Co. rotary cooking stove manufactory, & drug & 

dye stuffs store, cor Calvert and Lombard sts. dw 

Liberty st s of German 
Stanley John P. 17 s Liberty street 
Stanley Joseph, carpenter, Inloes alley 
Stanley mrs Ann, seamstress, 23 Alice Anna st 
IStanley Joseph, seaman, Fleet st e of Caroline 
fStanley Adam, labourer, William st near Crosi 
Stannard George, 56 n Charles street 

Stansbury mrs Elizabeth, boarding house, cor Grant & Balto. 
Stansbury Ann, tailoress, 82 n Liberty street 
Stansbury Lemuel Pearl st n of Lexington 
Stansbury Mary, Pearl street n of Lexington 
Stansbury capt. Jatnes, Pitt st w side 4th door w of Eden 
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Stansbury Daniel, meal seller, cor Pitt st &. Strawberry alley 
Stransbury Elizabeth, mai-itua maker, Orleans st e of Aisquith 
Stansbury Edward, morocco dresser, Gay street w of Aisquith 
Stansbury John H. tailor, w end of Baltimore street 
Stansbury, John E. proprietor of coaches, s e cor Bond and 

Lancaster streets 
Stansbury Emanuel, skin dresser, 73 French st. dw Gay st 
Stausbury Priscilla, tailoress, Forest st s of Hillen 
Stansbury Richard, shoe maker, Caroline st s of Water 
Stansbury major E. lime mt. cor Albemarle St Fawn sts 
Stansbury Thomas, Thomsonian, practitioner, s e cor Fawn 

and High streets 
Stansbury James, druggist, 33 Thames street 
tStansbury B. brickmaker, Cathedral st near Richmond 
tStansbury Isaac, hackman, s w cor Aisquith St Douglass sts 
tStansbury Abraham, Carpenter's alley 
tStansbury George, brickmaker, Conway st near Cove 
JStansbury Ann. washwoman, M'Elderry street 
Stansbury Wm. Harford ro-id n of the church 
Staples Levi, sea captain, 53 Market st 
Stapleton Joseph K. brushmaker, Green st n of Lexington 
Stapleton Joseph K. and son, brush and bellows manufactur- 
ers, 258 Baltimore street 
Stapleton R. E. brushmaker, Franklin st e of Pine 
Stapleton David, cabinet maker, Eutaw st n of Saratoga 
Stapleton Joshua, carpenter, 8 Sterling street 
Starcke Charles, importer of dry goods, 215 Baltimore street 

dw 20 s Howard 
Starr Edwin P. merchant, 79 Smith's wharf, dw 33 n Gay st 
Starr Wesley, grocer and commission merchant, 9 Light st 

wharf, dw Conway street near Eutaw 
Starr R. tobacconist, 27 s Calvert street 
Starr and Betz, drapers and tailors, 25 s Calvert street 
Starr Nancy, boarding house, 87 Wagon alley 
Starr Joseph, teacher, corner Bond and Wilk"sts 
Starr John, 81 Saratoga street 
Starr Henrietta, Penn avenue n of Franklin street 
Starr John, Dutch alley e of Paca street 
Starr Henrietta, shop keeper, Forest st n of Ensor 
Starrs Sally, Armistead lane 

Start Benjamin, city bailiff, Aisquith st n of Jefferson 
Startzman St Martin, curriers, 56 s Calvert st 
Startzman mrs Ann, East st n of Pitt 
States mrs. Montgomery st near William 
Staum John, comb maker, Cove st near Conway 
Stauter John, blacksmith, 18 n Sharp street, dw 25 l\ew 

Church street 
Staveiy Richard, carpenter, Penn. avenue extended 
Staylor Wm. carpenter, Hillen st e of Potter 
Slayler Henry, grocer, corner High and French streets 

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Staylor George, bricklayer, Hil) street near Light 

Staylor John, ropemaker, West street 

Staylor Philip, officer of watch, dw West street 

Stayton David, carpenter, 4G Pearl street 

Steamboats, see Appendix 

Steel David, cabinet maker, 7 Commerce st 

Steele Martha, Concord street 

Steele Saml. assayer silver & watchmaker, 3J C. Market sp. 

Steer James M. 107 Camden street 

Steer mrs Maria, 26 German street 

Steigelman Abraham, shoestore, "21'e Baltimore street 

Steiger mrs Ann M. Franklin st e of Penn avenue 

Stein George, grocer, York avenue 

Stein Robert, grocer, 48 High street 

Stein George, Charles st between Conway & Barre 

Steiner Abraham, turner, Mulberry st w of Pearl 

vSteir Robert, grocer, 85 Gay st o t 

Steir Francis, Gay st e of Mott 

Steits Frederick, tailor, over 18 Harrison street 

Stembler Nicholas, cordvvainer, Paca st s of Lexington 

Stembier John, boot and shoemaker, Hollins st w p 

Stenson mrs Mary, seamstress, St Mary st s of Ross 

Stephenson mrs. s w corner St Paul and Mulberry sts 

Stephenson J. N. grocer, 45 Franklin st 

Stephens Wm. baker, Water st w of Exeter 

Stephens John G. merchant, dw Paca st n of Mulberry 

f Stephenson Hezekiah, barber, Run alley n of Fayette st 

Sterling Wm. Thomsonian Medicine store, 96 n Howard st 

Sterling mrs Elizabeth, Exeter st n of Water 

Sterling .lames, grocer, n w corner Canal and Wilk sts 

Sterrett Mary, shop keeper, corner Caroline & Gough sts 

Sterling Thomas, block and pump maker, 3 Mercer st 

Sterling Charles, cigar maker, Ross st w of Eutaw 

iSterret Elijah, brickmaker, Chatsworth st n of George 

Steuart col. Wm. stone cutter, corner Pratt and Concord sts. 

dw High st between Fawn and Stiles 
Sieuart Robert S. stone cutter, Granby st w of Harford run 
Steuart James E. lumber merchant, Pratt st near the bridge, 

dw Albemarle st near Granby 
Steuart John M. attorney at law, cor St Paul &. Fayette sts 
Steuart John, lime and feed store, Grant street near Pratt 

running to Ellicott 
Stevens Wm. ship carpenter, Wolf st n of Alice Anna 
Stevens David, shoemaker, Orleans st w of Strawberry alley 
Stevens Timothy, bacon merchant, s e corner Baltimore and 

Canal streets 
Stevens mrs Elizabeth, Orleans street e of Aisquith 
Stevens mrs Cecelia, seamstress, Salisbury st e of Lloyd 
Stevens Robert, tailor, Lexington st e of Liberty 
Stevenson capt. John, 4 Alice Anna street 

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tStevensM. Douglass st w of Forest 
tStevensWm. huckster, Potter st n of Low 
tStevens Lloyd, waiter, Bank lane near Belle Air market 
Stevenson Henry, tanner and currier, Baltimore street oppo- 
site Aisquith, yard w Baltimore st extended 
Stevenson & Boothe, farmers, Park street extended, dw Hen- 
ry Stevenson, Baltimore st e of Jones's falls 
Stevenson Rebecca, a Howard st near Madison 
Stevenson Stephen, watchman, s Charles street 
Stevenson Isaac, dw Marion street near Eutaw 
Stevenson Robert, shoemaker, East st n of Pitt 
tStevenson Juba, labourer, Hill st near Charles 
^Stevenson James, William st near Cross 
tStevenson Hezekiah, barber, 83 n Eutaw street 
tStevenson John, brickmaker, Sugar alley near Hanover st 
Stever Daniel, coachmaker, n e corner Hillen and Potter sts 
Stever George, letter carrier, Eutaw st n of Saratoga 
tStew Nelly, Mott street 

Steward John A. bell hanger, Pine street e side s of Lexing- 
ton, shop Lombard st e of Eutaw 
Steward James, victualler, Constitution st n of French 
Stewart Mordecai, Canal st s of McElderry 
Stewart David jr. commission merchant, over 4 Light street 

wharf, dw 101 Hanover street 
Stewart Geo. H. atty. at law, 18 StPaul dw Balto. st extended 
Stewart miss Elizabeth, plain and fancy dress maker, Lee st 

4 doors e of Hanover 
Stewart mrs Elizabeth, Lee st near Charles 
Stewart John, undertaker of funerals, and proprietor of hacks 

26 n Calvert street 
Stewart David, attorney at law, 20 St. Paul street, dw Frank- 
lin st between Charles &. St Paul [Camden sts 
Stewart David, chemist and druggist, n e corner Hanover & 
Stewart mrs E. midwife, 1 New Church street 
Stewart Wm. stone cutter, 12 New Church st 
Stewart Wm. J. tailor, 22 New Church st 
Stewart Susan, dress maker, Eutaw st s of Camden 
Stewart Abraham E. boarding house, s e corner Paca & 

Columbia streets 
Stewart Edward, carpenter, Columbia street w of Paca, dw 

Paca street n of Camden 
Stewart Wm. com. of health, corner Elbow lane & Paca st 
Stewart James, machinist, Maiden lane 
Stewart Wm. lumber merchant, Pratt st 1 door w of Har. run 
Stewart Joseph, grocer, and feed merchant, n e corner Gay 

and Forest streets 
Stewart mrs Mary J. Mulberry street w of Pearl 
Stewart miss Mary, Saratoga street e of Green 
Stewart Wm. P. mt. firm S. & Paine, dw Lex. st w of Pine 
Stewart Dr. w end Baltimore street 

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Stewart Joseph, of Custom house, Shakspeare st e of Bond 
Stewart James, labourer, Addison street n side 
Stewart Robert, grocer, Harford avenue nearthe Church 
Stewart John, tailor, Tyson alley 
Stewart John, blacksmith, Pratt street road 
Stewart Joseph, tailor, 23 Fayette street 
Stewart & Paine, dry goods mts. 199 Baltimore st 
Stewart Joseph W. grate & fender manuf. 64 Baltimore st 
Stewart Jas. firm Stewart fy Bolton, dw Caroline st s of Pratt 
Stewart William, carpenter, Eden st n of Silver 
Stewart John A. &> Co. brass founders &. bell hangers, Lom- 
bard street 2 doors above Howard 
Stewart John, Barre street near Sharp 
Stewart Francis, lnloes alley 
Stewart David, Franklin street near St Paul's lane 
Stewart Dr. Ptichard S. Saratoga st near St Paul's Church 
tStewart Mary, Wine street w of Pine 
tStewart Thomas, sawyer, Chatsworth st n of Franklin 
tStewart Margaret, 30 Park street 
tStewart Stephen, Long alley, s of New street 
tStewart Fanny, Chatsworth street s of Franklin 
tStewart Wm. drayman, Union alley e of Eden st 
tStewart Elijah, labourer, Biddle alley w of Ross st 
tStewart Charles, drayman, Eden st n of Holland 
tStewart Daniel, hack driver, Salisbury alley e of Exeter st 
Sticen Lewis, blacksmith, 54 Sterling street 
Sticher John, cabinet maker, Parkst bet Marion & Lexington 
Stick Martha, Union street w of Penn avenue 
Stickney & Noyes, com mts. 12 s Charles street 
Stidger Rebecca, tailoress, Ensor st n e of Monument 
Stiener Megile, cabinet maker, Franklin st e of Paca 
Stievenger Leonard, blacking maker, East st n of Ensor 
Stier Rev. Frederick, dw Pratt street e of High 
Stiff mrs. York street w of Light 
Sligers John, blacksmith, wend of Baltimore street 
Stiles John, corner Mulberry and Paca streets 
Stilley mrs Ann, Bank street e of Eden 
Stiltz Daniel, frame maker, St Paul's st near Hamilton 
Stimple Anthony, morocco dresser, s Charles st 
Slimpson James, engineer, 49 Albemarle st 
Stine Edward, Maiden lane e of East st [w of Pine 

Stinchcomb Wesley A. grocery and liquor store, Baltimore st 
Stinchcomb A. D. Hi^h street 3 of Pitt 
Stinchcomb John, cooper, George street e of Pine 
Stinchcomb Joshua, cooper, Park lane e of Pine st 
Stinchcomb Victor, cooper, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Stinemeyre Margaret E. Mulberry st w of Chatsworth 
Stinger mrs. Sharp street near Busy alley 
Stirling Jesse, seaman, Orleans st 3 doors e of Friendship 

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Stirling Archibald, of Savings Bank in Exchange; dvv Bal- 
timore street e of Aisquith 
Stinger George, silversmith, Barre st w of Hanover 
Stinger John, glass blower, Glass house, Johnson st 
Stinson mrs Ruth, white washer, Pratt st extended 
Stiver Henry, blacksmith, Holland street ; 
Stobeck mra Eliza, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Stocart James, carpenter, VVhitworth row, e of Ross st 
Stoeer Matthias, cordwainer, Saratoga st w of Cove 
Stokely Matthew, Argyle alley n of Alice Anna st 
Stocksdale Nelson, clothing store, 58 Centre Market space 
Stocksdale Sarah, tutoress, Paca st n of Franklin 
Stockton & Stokes, proprietors General Stage Office, base- 
ment of City Hotel 
Stockton & Stokes, proprietors of Baltimore Coach Factory, 

North st between Centre and Madison 
Stockton R. C. firm do. St. Paul st s of Saratoga 
Stockton John, blacksmith, 22 Alice Anna street 
Stockton Edward, labourer, Park street extended 
Stockes Lydia, Low street near Aisquith 
tStokely Martin, Spring street s of Pratt 
Stoker Elizabeth, Peace alley w of Eutaw street 
Stokes W. B. firm Stockton & Stokes, dw 42 Courtland st 
Stokes mrs Rachel, Front street n of York 
Stollet Nathaniel, carpenter, Franklin si w of Chatsworth 
Stolp Lewis, confectioner, 27 n Green street 
Stone mrs Mary, dry goods store, 64 Hanover st 
Stone mrs Ann, 9 Mercer street 
Stone mrs Eliza, George street e of Pine 
Stonebraker G. 59 Lombard st.; dw 42 Lombard st 
Stoner John L. lottery mt. Baltimore st 1 door e of the bridge 
Stoops Sarah, Tripolett's alley [dw 143 a Eutaw street 

Stoops Aaron, shoe dealer, Franklin street w of Chatsworth; 

store 54 Lexington st 
Storm Peter, keeper Buck tavern, cor Forest and Hillen sts 
Storm James G. auctioneer, Lexington st e of Paca 
Strebeck John, ship joiner, Argyle alley s of Wilk st 
Story Christiana, Bank street e of Pitt 
Stoudler John, Glass house, Johnson street 
Stoufer Jacob, dyer, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Stouffer Henry, 15 n Eutaw street 
Stouffer Henry J. carpenter, 97 s Howard street 
Stouffer John, flour mt. 35 n Howard street; dw Paca street 

s of Lexington 
Stouffer & Ronsaville, carpenters, Green st s of German 
Stouffer H.J. dw Howard st n of Conway 
Stout Joseph, looking glass and tancy store, 26 2J story Ba- 
zaar; dw w end of Baltimore st 
Stout Francis, paver, Gay street e of Forest 
Stout Isaac, seaman, Beuren st n of Liberty alley 
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Stout William, blacksmith, Forest st n of Monument 

Stout Samuel, harness maker, Britton st n e of Monument 

Stover Albert, sugar refiner, 43 Exeter street 

Stover John L. 71 Exeter street 

Stow Thomas, Hamilton row, Hamilton st 

Stradler John, rigger, n w cor Apple alley and Alice Anna st 

Stran Thomas P. math, instrument maker, 3 Thames st 

Straner James, grocer, Saratoga street near Howard 

Straney Edward, steam boiler maker, Rock st n of Lexington 

Straney Edward, carter, Saratoga st e of Cove 

Stranley Rachel, midwife, 75 Alice Anna st 

Straun John, labourer, n w cor East and Douglass sts 

Straw Michael, botanic doctor, 47 Holland street 

Strebeck George, ship joiner. Bank st e of Market 

Street Thomas, bricklayer, Wine st w of Pine 

Street George, shoemaker, Aisquith st n of M'Elderry 

Street John, Light street s of L Hughes 

Street John C. dry goods mt. 5 Baltimore St.; dw 49 Front st 

Streeler Leander R. miniature painter, 67 Lombard st 

Strep Michael, tailor, Biddle street w of Penn av 

Sretch William, potter, Fleet st e of Washington 

Sricker Gotleib, baker, corner Thomson and Aisquith sts 

Srider John, boarding house, n w cor Park & Mulberry sts 

Strobel John P. 43 Bond street 

Strohm & Thompson, merchants, S Spear's wharf 

Stroud Rebecca, tailoress, 13 Mulberry street 

Strous Somenvell, pedlar, Eutaw street n of New 

Strupp Isaac, watchmaker, Gay street e of the bridge 

Stuart & Bolton, paint, oil and glass store, 71 M'Elderry's wf 

Stuart Jas. firm do. dw 30 Front st 

Stuart David, grocer, French st opposite High; store corner 

Hillen and High streets 
Stuart James, lumber merchant, 48 Albemarle st 
Stuart George, Green street s of Mulberry 
Stubbs John, bell hanger and smith in general, 90 Harrison 

street; dw 94 do. 
Stubbs Thomas, labourer, Johnson st near Cross 
Stubbs Joseph, carpenter, Barre street w of Hanover 
Stupin3 Key Anthony, distiller, Baltimore at vv of Cove 
Studen Henry, labourer, Harford av n of the Church 
Stuffle Catherine, Potter st s of Hillen [nover st 

Stump Samuel, gen. insp. flour, 5 Bowly's whf„; dw 117 Ha- 
Stump Samuel, jr. attor. at law, St Paul's st n of Lexington 
Sturgeon Edward, clothing store, 42 Centre Market space 
Sturgeon L. granite cutter, Long alley s of Ross st 
Sturgess Ann, seamstress, Barre st near Sharp 
Sturges Reuben, upholsterer, 27 w Pratt st 
Sturges John, city watchman, 44 Fleet st 
Stretch Samuel, tailor, 64 Exeter street 
Strischka Joseph A. grocer, Baltimore st w of Pearl 

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Sturm Christian, piano maker, Eutaw st n of Saratoga 
Suderman Dederick, cooper, Lee st bet Light and Charles 
Sullivan John, com mt. 12 Light st wharf 
Sullivan Dennis, grocer, s vv corner Lexington and Pine sts 
Sullivan James, com. mt. 18 Spear's whf. dw Eden street 2 

doors s of Pratt 
Sullivan John P. clothing store, 42 s Calvert street, dw s w cor 

Sharp and Pratt street 
Sullivan John, tobacco inspector, 112 Hanover street 
Sullivan William, painter, Lunn's lane n of Conway st 
Sullivan Dennis, wax bleacher, Cove st n of Franklin 
Sullivan Jeremiah, carter, Carpenter's alley near Eutaw st 
tSullivan Samuel, Salisbury st near Harford run 
fSullivan Robert, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Fleet st 
Sultzback Peter, cordwainer, Baltimore st w end s side 
Sultzer Sebastian, High street s of Granby 
Sumerlock Frederick', Union st w of Penn avenue 
Summer Jacob, Ensor st n e of Monument 
Summerviile John, labourer, Forest st n e of Douglass 
Summerviile James, painter, 25 Monument street 
Summerviile Wm. machinist, York av n of Monument st 
Summerville>jrs Esther, grocer, 102 Exeter street 
Sumner and Robinson, com, mts. 15 Bowly's wharf 
Sumner Henry P. firm do.dvv Charles st 2d door n of Mulberry 
Sumvvalt Henry, grocer, 7 Second st. dw Balto. st e of Bond 
Sumwalt John T. 128 s Sharp street 

Sum wait George PI. Welcome al betw Hanover & Sharp sts 
Sumwalt Geo. B. carpenter, s e cor Light & Montgomery sts 
Sumvvalt Frederick, 223 n Howard street 
Sumwalt Jesse, plasterer, 288 n Howard street 
Sumvvalt Maria, Baltimore ste of Apple alley 
Sunday School Union, Depository of, J. W. Tillyard agent, 

15 s Calvert street 
Sunday School of St. Paul's church, s ecor Barnet & Charles 
Sunderland Basil, ship joiner, Pratt st w of Market 
Suninshine Rebecca, Long alley s of Ross street 
Supe Henry, tailor, 56 n Frederick street 
Super John, baker, 27 Water street w oflhe Market 
Super Frederick, victualler, wend Baltimore street 
Suter Henry, turner, 5 Concord st. dw 5 Temple street 
Suter George, victualler, Penn avenue extended 
Suter James S. turner, 23 Water st w of the Market, dw 3 

Jackson street 
Suter Samuel, cordwainer, Cove street s of Mulberry 
Suter Charles, cor Bank st and Happy alley 
Suter John, carter, w end Baltimore street [Franklin 

Sutherland mrs Jane, boarding house, Courtland street s of 
Sutliff Thomas, China, glass and Queen's ware store, 45 n 

Howard street, dw Lexington st e of Howard 
Sutton James L. merchant tailor, 7 s Gay street 

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Sutton Thomas, capt Pocahontas, Caroline st s of Pratt 

Sutton Vincent, carpenter, 11 McCIellan street 

Sutton V. & J. H. Bean, carpenters; 14 n Sharp street 

Sutton Hindman, blacksmith; <23 Constitution street 

tSutlon Richard, gardner, Sarah Ann street e of Cove 

Swail John, weaver, Prestun street w of Koss 

Swaine John, victualler, Britton st s w of Neighbour 

Swain John, shoe maker, Bond street s of Gough 

Swain Geo. victualler, near s w cor Bond &, Monument sts 

Swain Benjamin, grocer, cor Ann and Wilk streets 

Swan James, s e cor Calvert and Fayette streets 

Swan William, merchant, dw Charles st n of Lexington 

Swan William, dry goods merchant, 220 Baltimore street 

Swarer mrs Elizabeth, Orleans street 2 doors w of Caroline 

Svvartz John, carpenter, 49 Holland street 

Sweeden Edward, carter, 186 n Gay street 

Sweeney Hugh, 27 Saratoga street [lane 

Sweeney Dennis, coach painter, n e cor Orleans st and Long 

Sweeney Joseph, shoe maker, Orleans st e of Aisquith 

Sweeney George R. general agent, Calvert st near City spring 

Sweeney Richard, chair maker, 33 High street 

Sweeny Edward N. collector, s w cor Liberty & Lexington sts 

Sweeting Edward T. bricklayer, 8 Thomson street 

Sweilzer John, morocco dresser, Penn. avenue extended 

Swick Charles, rigger, 25 Fleet street 

Swift William A. city bailiff, Water street w of Apple alley 

Swinehart Peter, grocer, Pratt st 3d deer e of President 

Switzer John, cordwainer, Richmond st near Howard 

Switzer William, cordwainer, Penn. avenue extended 

Switzer Philip, confectioner, French street st s of High 

Swormslead James, printer, Orleans st s side w of Aisquith 

Sykes John, wool merchant, 73 Lombard street 

Sykes John, Hollins street w p 

Sylvester Thomas, shoe maker, 86 High street 

Sylvester Samuel, shoe maker, Harford road n of the Church 

Sylvester Joseph, paper printer, Market st s of Thames 

Sylvester James, paper stamper, Holland st near Long lane 

Symington Thomas, merchant, cor Pratt & Gay streets, dw 

cor High and Fawn streets 
Symington*James, grocer, 10 Commerce street 
Symington &, k Tayior, marble establishment, Charles street 

s of Camden 
Symington George, shoemaker, Wilk street e of Wolf 

TaBAT ALLEN, copper shearer, Harford avenue near the 

Tagart Hugh, classical teacher, 15 Pitt street [Church 

Talbaw Arthur, 4 Pine street 

Talbott Edward, constable, n w cor Aisquith and Orleans sts 

Talbot Lucretia, St. Paul st betw Hamilton & Centre sts 

Talbot Polly, Caroline st n of Wilk 

Talbot & Alercer, dry goods mts. 257 Baltimore streen 

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TAY MatcheWs Baltimore 

Talbot Samuel, machinist, Bishop alley s of Fawn street 

Talbot George, carpenter, Glass house Johnson st 

Talbot mrs Jesse, 25 s Howard street 

Tall William, tailor, Exeter st n of Pitt [St< Paul 

Taney R. B. attorney at law, Lexington st betw Courtland & 

Tapman John M. carter, Charles street near Montgomery 

Tarr Edwin S. cabinet maker, 41 n Gay street 

Tarr , cabinet maker, Orleans st 2 doors e ofFriendship 

Tarring William, painter, 14 Lexington st near Charles 

Tarring William, plaisterer, Eutaw st near Ostend 

Tarler Henry, porter, 48 Lerew's alley 

Tattarn Daniel, porter in Franklin Bank, Light st s of Hill 

tTauley Sophia, Mechanics' alley s side 

Tayer Deborah, Long alley s of Saratoga st 

Taylor Thomas, shoe store, 8 Pratt st near Light, dw Hill st 

betw Hanover and Sharp 
Taylor Isace, shoe store, 25£ Pratt street e of Charles 
Taylor Ann, boarding house, 43 w Pratt st 
Taylor Carpenter, Franklin st e of Pine 
Taylor Alfbrd, bricklayer, Fayette st e of Pearl 
Taylor George, carpenter, 4 Alice Anna street 
Taylor capt Win. S. Alice Anna st w of Ann 
Taylor mrs Margaret. Fleet st e of Caroline 
Taylor capt. Henry J. C. Caroline row, Caroline st 
Taylor capt. Thomas, do do do 

Taylor Hezekiah, Caroline st s of Pratt 
Taylor John, dry goods merchant, 41\ Howard st 
Taylor John J. clothing store, 89 Baltimore st 
Taylor C. R. & co. lottery and exchange office, 80 Baltimore 

st. dw Caroline row Caroline st 
Taylor & Brow T n, hardware merchants, 164^ Baltimore st 
Taylor Joseph, dw 122 Lombard st 
Taylor Benjamin, 141 Pratt st 
Taylor Thomas, cordwainer, Hill st. near Sharp 
Taylor John, brickmaker, Hughes st near Light 
Taylor Isaac, s Charles st near Montgomery 
Taylor Robert A. corner Charles and Franklin sts 
Taylor David, carpenter, 43 Lexington st 
Taylor Samuel, East st n of Pitt 
Taylor Major, carpenter, 51 Front st 
Taylor James, Front st s of Hillen 

Taylor capt. Lemuel G. of Maryland steamboat, 55 High st 
Taylor Thomas W. carpenter, High st s of Water 
Taylor Francis, 18 Mercer street 

Taylor & McNeal, scow proprietors, cor Allison aJ. &. Pratt st 
Taylor Jennifer S. wood corder, Lee st 1 door e of Hanover 
Taylor mrs Wm. W. cor Calvert and Lexington sts 
Taylor Robert, grocer, Eutaw street, dw n e cor Charles and 

Mulberry streets 
Taylor Levi, stone cutter, 84 s Charles street 

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Taylor Robt. A. &. Co. Auctioneers & com. mts. 24 s Charles 

street, dvv R. A. T. n e cor Charles & Franklin sts 
Taylor William, ladies' shoe maker, 93 Hanover street 
Taylor Elizabeth, 94 Park street 

Taylor Joseph & Son, grocery, com. & forwarding mts. n w 
cor Eutaw &, German sts. dw J. T. 8 Lombard street, 
dvv R. T'ne cor Charles and Mulberry sts 
Taylor Samuel, stone cutter, 79 Green street 
Taylor Elizabeth, Pine st e side s of Franklin 
Taylor Samuel, bellows maker, Water st w of Apple alley 
Taylor Samuel E. tailor, Water st e of Exeter 
Taylor Hezekiah, grocer, cor Gough & Spring sts 
Taylor George, confectioner, cor President and Stiles sts 
Taylor mrs Margaret, milliner, 93 n Gay street o. t. 
Taylor Benjamin, weaver, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 
Taylor Henry, weaver, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 
Taylor Henry, weaver, Saratoga street extended 
tTaylor Isaac, waiter, n e corner Monument and Ensor sts 
^Taylor Henry, Eden st s «?f York 
[Taylor John, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Fleet st 
tTaylor James, labourer, Happy alley n of Gough st 
Tayman Jacob, n w corner Pearl and Mulberry sts 
Teackle G. W. attorney at law, 18 St Paul st 
Teacle Dr. John, 33 e Baltimore street 
Teal John, blacksmith, Montgomery st near Light 
Teal Thomas, carpenter, 34 Bond st 
Teal E'izabeth, milliner, Hill st near Hanover 
Tearral Michael, sea captain, Eden st s of Pratt 
Tease John, plasterer, 9 New Chuich st 
Tell Henry, huckster, Penn avenue s of Biddle st 
Temperly Thomas, tavern, 107 n Howard st 
Tenant Thomas, merchant, n w corner Gay and Second sts 
Tenant Thomas W. Courtland st 5 doors nof Mulberry 
Tennant Thomas, stoekmaker, 3 South st 
Tennant Wm. shoemaker, Forest st n of Madison 
JTennant Henry, corner Long lane St Mulliken st 
Tensfield Frederick, horse shoer, Lombard st near Light 
Tensfield John, Lombard st near Light 
Terry Josiah, millwright, Conway st e of Green 
Tessier rev. J. at St Mary's seminary 
Tew Solomon, labourer, W.lliam st near Cro?s 
Thaten Philip, boot and shoemaker, Armistead lane 
Thayer Libeus, shoestore, 64 Centre Market space 
Thayer Deborah, Long alley s of Saratoga st 
Thayer capt Laban, Block st 
Theatre and Circus Front st opposite Low 
Theatre Baltimore, Holliday st n of Fayette 
Therle Catherine, .Armistead lane near Light st 
Thomae, Kail &. co. commission merchants, 85 Smith's wharf 
Thomae George F. firm do Aisquith st near Pitt 
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Thomas Philip E. dw Sharp st 2 doors s of Lombard 

Thomas Joseph, cabinet maker, 128 High st 

Thomas mrs Jane, 128 High st 

Thomas Mary, corner Market space and Water st 

Thomas mrs Mary, 21 Thames street 

Thomas James, hatter, 56 Centre Market space 

Thomas Win, clock maker, 17 Bazaar 

Thomas Wm. block and pump maker, Grant st near Pratt 

Thomas Joseph, turner, McClellan st 1 door sof Fayette, dw 

Thomas Dr. s e corner Sharp and Lombard sts [19 do 

Thomas D. E. carpenter, n Sharp st near Baltimore, dw 43 

Thomas Mary, Ani:|st s of Wilk [Fayette street 

Thomas James B. bricklayer, Pearl st n of Baltimore 

Thomas Ann, Pitt st w of Harford run 

Thomas Sterling, victualler, 9 Holland st 

Thomas Roger, Orleans st n side 3 doors e of Spring 

Thomas mrs Margaret, seamstress, 43 n Gay st o t 

Thomas James H. s w corner Strawberry alley and Wilk st 

Thomas James, cabinet maker, cor Exeter and Hillen sts 

Thomas John, carpenter, St Mary st n of Penn avenue 

Thomas Henry, labourer, Biddle alley w of Ross st 

Thomas Wm. plane maker, Whitworth row e of Ross st 

Thomas Edward C. tobacconist, Lexington stwof Long ai. 

Thomas John, watchman, Fayette st e of Pine 

Thomas Rebecca, Park lane w of Cove st 

Thomas Wm. B. pilot, Alice Anna st w of Happy alley 

Thomas Robert, pilot, Alice Anna st e of Bond 

Thomas mrs Eleanor, 21 Fayette st 

Thomas & George, hardware merchants, 196 Baltimore st 

Thomas James, labourer, Eden st s of Bank 

Thomas Catherine, Market st near Hampstead 

Thomas Maria, Ruxton st 

Thomas mrs D. L. Barre st w of Hanover 

Thomas Owen, baker, Montgomery st near Charles 

Thomas Samuel, cigar maker, Eager alley near Saratoga st 

Thomas capt. Wm. M. 10 Ann st 

Thomas Thomas, accountant, Front st s of Low 

Thomas mrs Sophia, 96 High st 

Thomas Samuel, watchman, Park lane e of Pine st. 

Thomas James, seaman, Strawberry alley n of Alice Annast 

tThomas Wm. seaman, do n of Fleet st 

tThomas John, labourer, Centre st near St Paul 

tThomas James, labourer, Sharp st near Lexington 

tThomas Henrietta, Cove st s of Franklin 

tThomas Richard, drayman, Cove st s of Franklin 

tThomas Richard, carter, Bank st w of Happy alley 

tThomas Jacob, gardner, Penn avenue extended 

tThomas Hail, drayman, Baltimore st extended 

tThomas Priscilla, Forest st n of Douglass 

tThomas Maria, washer, Forest st s of Orleans 

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$Thomas Cesar, carter, Pratt st road w end 

tThomas David, sawyer, w end Pratt st road 

tThomas M. washer, Charles st near William 

tThoma3 Gustavus, baker, Camden st near Howard 

fThomas David, drayman, 31 Lerew's alley 

fThomas Lydia, washer, 42 Lerew's alley 

tThomas Perry, Mulberry st near Park 

fThomas Adam, sawyer, Wolf st n of Wilk 

tThomas B. carter, Apple alley s of Wilk st 

JThomas Adam, sawyer, Happy alley n of Fleet st 

tThomas Joseph, labourer, Happy alley n of Lancaster st 

fThomas Harris, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Pratt st 

Ttiomme rev. F. St Mary's seminary 

Thompson B. Pitt street 

Thompson Wm.20 Jackson street 

Thompson Samuel, furniture store, 13 Harrison st 

Thompson James, commission merchant, O'DonnelFs wharf, 

dw Exeter st near Salisbury 
Thompson Henry &. son, merchants, 41 s Gay st 
Thompson &, Spalding, commission mts. 18 Commerce st 
Thompson D. &, W. saddle, harness and trunk makers, 26 

South street 
Thompson Joseph, wheelwright, s w corner Holliday and 

Centre sts. dw Park st near Wagon alley 
Thompson mrs Sarah, stockmaker, 7 Si Paul st 
Thompson Charles, grocer, corner New Church & Sharp sts 
Thompson Joseph, grocer, cor Wagon alley and Park st 
Thompson Sophia, 15 n Green street 

Thompson , carpenter, Pearl st n of Fayette 

Thompson mrs Catherine, Baltimore st s side e of Eden 
Thompson captain Alexander, Hampstead st 
Thompson Samuel, clerk in Baltimore Insurance Office, Balti- 
more st 2d door e of Aisquith 
Thompson George, grocer, cor Pitt and East streets 
Thompson Joseph B. Pitt street w of Front 
Thompson Joseph B. Jackson street s side 
Thompson Mary, grocer, s e corner Douglass and Forest sts 
Thompson John, painter, corner Orleans st & Strawberry alley 
Thompson Wm. ship carpenter, Wilk st e of Star alley 
Thompson Mary, Mulberry street w of Pearl 
Thompson Wm. wheelwright, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Thompson Alfred W. Franklin st w of Pine 
Thompson Edward, bricklayer, Schroder st s of Saratoga 
Thompson Richard, watchman, Wine st e of Cove 
Thompson James, cor Alice Anna st and Apple alley 
Thompson Alexander, Ensor street n e of Monument 
Thompson Wm. A. coach trimmer, Harford road n of Momi- 
Thompson Samuel, carter, Light st s of Hughes [ment st 

Thompson John, carpenter, Henrietta st near Sharp 
Thompson David H. firm Jarvis & T.; dw Paca n of Franklin 
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TIL MatcheWs Baltimore 

Thompson J. A. tobacconist, 222 Baltimore st 
Thompson Wm. shipping master, cor Thames and Bond sts 
Thompson Edward, blacksmith and wheelwright, 65 Bond st 
Thompson &, Jackson, carpenters, German st near Eutaw 
Thompson Allen, ship carpenter, Sharp st near Busy alley- 
Thompson Harrison, weaver, Richmond st near Howard 
Thompson Robert, hart tavern, cor Ann and Lancaster sts 
Thompson mrs Ann, Argyle alley s of Wilk st 
Thompson Dorothea, milliner, corner Low and High sts 
Thompson Ann B. dry goods store, 122 High st 
Thompson James, merchant, Exeter st n of Water 
Thompson Wm. labourer, Addison st n side 
Thompson Alexander, shoemaker, Canal st n of M'Elderry 
tThompson Ann, washer, Strawberry alley n of Wilk st 
{Thompson A. labourer, Hill st near Charles 
{Thompson Richard, rigger, Wolf street n of Alice Anna 
{Thompson Charles, labourer, 30 n Frederick street 
{Thompson John, sailor, Low st w of Aisquith 
tThompson Willis, waiter, 5 Forest st n of Douglass 
{Thompson Edward, hackman, Caroline st s]x>f Water 
tThompson Tempe, washer, Sugar alley near Charles st 
Thomson James, plasterer, Jackson st s side 
Tomsonian Botanic Medicine Manufactory, Presidents of Stiles 
Thornburg mrs Margaret, 17 Sharp street 
Thornhill Patrick, tavern keeper, s side Swan st 
Thornton John, carpenter, Sugar alley near Charles st 
Thornton Francis A. Fayette st w of Eutaw 
Thornton Stephen, 34 South street 
Thornton Rev. T. S. Green street st s of Franklin 
{Thornton John, hack driver. Sharp st 1 door s of Saratoga 
Thorpe John T. bricklayer, Rock st n of Lexington 
Thorpe Wm. bricklayer, Saratoga st near Park 
Thorpe Wm. W. &, Co. tinplate workers, 1 s Eutaw st 
Three Tuns Tavern, cor Pratt and Paca sts. W. & H. Miller, 
Thrift Mary, Long alley n of New street [proprietors 

Throup George, gardener, Penn av extended 
Thrush Nicholas, comb maker, Green st s of Conway 
Thurston Edward, japanner, Mercer st near Light 
Tidings Lewis, victualler, Orleans st e of Eden 
Tiernan Luke & Son, 9 n Charles St.; dw L. T. 11 Charles st 
Tiernan Charles, firm do. & Mexican Consul, 15 w Lexington 
Tiernan Patrick, Pleasant street near Charles 
{Tiernan Patrick, waiter, Eager alley, near Saratoga st 
Tiffany William, dw 35 n Charles street 

Tiffany, Ward & Co. com mts. s e cor Hanover & German sts 
Tiffany, Duvall & Co. dealers in domestic floods, 1994 Bait, st 
Tiffany Henry, dealer in domestic goods, 205 Baltimore st 
Tiffany Osmond C. Franklin street near Park 
Tiffany Comfort, Saratoga st near Charles 
Tilden Thos. E. mt tailor 3 23 Second St.; dw 102 Lombard st 
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Tilden mrs capt Wm C. Baltimore st w of Caroline 

Tilghman John H. druggist, 2 South street 

Tilcrhman James, 35 Courtland st 

Tilghman mrs Maria, 44 High street 

JTilghman James, carter, Welcome alley bet Sharp & Hanover 

X Tilghman James, labourer, Pearl st s of Saratoga 

Tilleston William, Exeter st n of Baltimore 

J"™ man Robert, waiter in Peale's Museum, rear 91 Pitt st 

Tillman Hester, Salisbury alley e of Exeter st 

tTillman Emory, soap boiler, Hull's lane w of Aisquith st 

T I ilson Emory, labourer, Peirce st w of Pearl 

Tilyard J. W. agent for Sunday School Union, 15 s Calvert 
St.; dw n e cor Charles and Saratoga sts 

1 1 yard mrs Martha, n e corner Charles and Saratoga sts 

lilyard James, sign painter, 17 Saratoga st 

Tilyard mrs. dress maker, 17 Saratoo-a st 

Tilyard Mary, 3 Saratoga street 

Tim Anthony, Penn av near Biddle st 

Timanus George, stone mason, 45 n Liberty st 

Timanus Eliza, nurse, Zell alley n of Mulberry street rl>ht 

I immons John, Hanover market master, dw 52 n Liberty st 

1 immons Benjamin, S6 Bond street 

Tindell nirs Ann, tailoress, Saratoga st w of Cove 

Tindle Robert W. shoe store, 6 Light st whf; dw York near 

Tinges mrs Mary L. 58 High street 

Tinges William/clerk, Saratoga near Park st 

1 ingle J. York street w of Lio-ht 

TWr F e °[ g !' 2F ocer -V nd "iquor store, s w cor Eutaw st & 

T W T? A ' sh ° emaker > 9 Fleet ^ [Peace allev 

1 inkier Thomas, cedar cooper, 13 Gay street 

1 itcomb Sarah, 26 n Gay street 

Titer Jacob, labourer, Biddle alley w of Ross street 

1 lttle Jeremiah, mt tailor, 21 South street 

Tobacco Warehouse, (State No. 1) Dugan's whf; Wm Reader 

inspector; dw Holliday st 
n ,« » T opposite City Hall 

Do (State No. 2) O'Donnell's whf; John R. 

Magruder ins. dw cor North 
p. /0 _ T an d -Lexington sts 

Uo (State No. 3) cor Light and Conway sts. 

Rich. H. Hall, inspector; dw 

rp , «,.„. ,. 129 Hanover st 

1 odar William, stocking maker, Amity st n of Baltimore 

lodar Robert, carpenter, Amity st n of Baltimore 
1 odd barah, seamstress, Bond st s of Alice Anna 

lodd John carpenter, Gay street e of Monument 

l odd Stephen, plaisterer, Ross street extended 

lodhunter Joseph & Co. importers of dry goods, 206 Bait, st; 

rr u 4 W • ' ; T ' Shar P st ' 3 doors n of Lombard 
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JTodd Sarah, Potter st s of Hillen 

Toldridge B. hair dresser, 149 Baltimore st 

Tolm Margaret, 81 s Howard street 

JTolson William, package carter, 53 Park st 

Tomkins Joseph Y. com mt. 6 Spear's whf.; dw 237 n Howard 

Toner Mary, Potter street s of French 

Toner Michael, teacher, 4 Peace alley 

Toner John, harness maker, 37 Constitution street 

Toogood Priscilla, Peach alley w of Pearl st 

Toogood Charles, Chamberlain alley near Eutaw st 

Toole David, chair maker, Jackson st s side 

Toole mrs Christiana, Jackson st n side 

fToome Susan, Wagon alley near Howard st 

fTooney Josiah, barber, Low st 4th door from Aisquitfy shop 

Tootel Sarah F. teacher, Hill st near Charles [Calvert st 

JTopkins Charles, drayman, Biddle st e of Penn av 

Topping James, weaver, Rock street s of Saratoga 

Torlton^Benjamin, cooper, Green st s of Conway 

Torney Carson, grocery & feed store, Light s of Montgomery 

Torney Otter, grocer, corner Howard and Perry sts 

Torrance Rebecca, 81 w Pratt street 

Torrance George, 20 n Frederick street 

Torrance Hugh, weaver, Water st 1st house wof Harford run 

Torrance James, weaver, Stiles st w of Harford run 

Torsch Frederick, grocer, corner York and Charles sts 

Tosh Frederick, cabinet maker, York st near Charles 

Toulson James, ship joiner, Bond st s of Water 

tToulson Hiram, hackman, East st n of Pitt 

Tourlton mrs. Pratt st e of the bridge 

Towson Sarah Ann, fancy store, 19 Bazaar; dw 73 Harrison st 

Towson Joshua, carpenter, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 

Towson Philemon, insp. of lard and butter, 14 s Liberty st 

Towson Rebecca, Tyson st extended 

Towson Sarah, boarding house, 50 Front st 

Townsend David, 2d hand clothing store, 39 Second st 

Townsend Joseph, treasurer Equitable Insurance Office, 18 

Baltimore street 
Townsend T. J. oil and paint store, 57 Centre Market space 
Townsend Thomas, ship carpenter, 54 Market street 
Townsend John, dyer, corner North and Franklin sts 
Townsend mrs. Aisquith st n of M'Elderry 
Townsend Edward, tinner, Biddle alley w of Ross st 
Townsend Thomas, ship carpenter, n w cor Washington and 
Townsend Jonathan, ship carpenter, 79 Fleet st [Alice Anna 
Towson mrs Sarah, Preston street w of Ross 
Towson & Bell, stone cutters, 7 Lexington st 
Towson Charles, hatter, Orleans st e of Friendship 
Toy John D. printer, cor St. Paul and Baltimore sts.; dw Sa- 
ratoga st bet Park and Liberty 
Toy Samuel, dw Calvert street adjoining City Spring 
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Toy Joseph N. bookseller, corner Holliday and Baltimore ats.; 

dw High st n of Water 
tToy Walter, Conway street near Eutaw 
tToy Elizabeth, Potter street s of Low 

Tracey Matthew, mt tailor, 3 St Paul St.; dw 15 New Church 
Tract Magdeline, cor Union st and Penn av 
Tracy G. W. T. pilot, Pratt st 2d door w of Market 
Tracy John, huckster, Washington square, n of Baltimore st 
Tracy Jefferson, Hollins street w p 
Tracy James, land agent, Franklin street e of Pine 
Tracy Jarret, wheelwright, Baltimore st w of Cove 
Trades Union Hall, corner Gay and Baltimore sts 
Trainer John, carman, cor Beuren and Monument sts 
Traise Jane, Ann street n of Thames 
Trapnall rars. Calvert street s of Balh 
Travers Susanna, teacher, 69 High street 
Treadwell Oliver, teacher, 75 Fayette street 
Treakle George, waterman, n w cor Castle alley and Fleet st 
Trego William, Columoia street near Cove 
Trexler John, plasterer, Carpenter's alley near Howard st 
Trenton Sarah, Lee street e of Charles 
Trisrgen James, seaman, Caroline st n of Gough 
Trimbell mrs Margaret, dry goods store, 32 Harrison st 
Trimble John & Son, iron and com mts. 77 s Calvert St.; dw 

J. T. 3 s High street 
Trimble John, hardware mt. High street s of York 
Trimble Isaac, firm do.; dw Paca st w of Luna's lane 
Trimble William, High street s of Plowman 
Trimble James, liquor store, Susq. rail road near city limits 
Trimble mrs. Elizabeth, Franklin st e of Green 
Trimble John, 26 Lancaster street 
Trimble Samuel, ship carpenter, High stn of Wilk 
Trindle John, tailor, 96 n Howard street 
Triplett Willis T. dry goods mt. 12 Centre Market space 
tTripp Perry, waterman, Hill st near Charles 
Trittle Jeremiah, ship carpenter, Wolfst n of Thames 
Trogler Frederick, blacksmith, w end Baltimore st 
Troop Elizabeth, 13 Fleet street 
Trott Thomas, sailor, Salisbury st w of Harford run 
Trott S. carter, corner Aisquith and Orleans sts 
Trotten Thomas, feed and lime store, 4 Buchanan's whf.; dw 
Truman Mark, Front st s of Baltimore [11 Temple st 

Trumbo Henry, bricklayer, cor Green and Conway sts 
Trumbo Adam, blacksmith, Biddle alley w of Ross st 
Trump Henry, carpenter, Lombard st near Eutaw 
Trump Wm. B. & Co. dry goods mts. 225 i Baltimore St.; dw 

W. B. T. Eutaw st 3 doors s of Lombard 
Trust Jacob, fancy store, 8 Bazaar 
Trust Hermon, baker, Hill street near Light 
Trustin Joseph, coach maker, Beuren st n of Monument 
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tTrusty , Sharp st bet Lexington and Saratoga 

fTrusty Samuel, sawyer, Ensor st n e of Monument 
Tryfogle Mary, seamstress, Richmond st near Howard 
Tucker George H. cabinet maker, 9 Second st 
Tucker Jas. &, H. 6 Centre Market space; dw Water st 2d 

door e of the Market 
Tucker Robert, com mt. over no. 6 Spear's wharf [Charles 
Tucker Wm. A. president Bait. Fire Ins. Co. Lexington st near 
Tucker Samuel, carpenter, Pine st wside s of Mulberry 
Tucker James, grocer, corner Pratt and High sts 
Tucker Thomas, bricklayer, n w cor Baltimore and Spring sts 
Tucker John, bread shop, Water street w of High 
Tucker Geo. W. druggist, s e cor Eden and Pratt sts 
Tucker John, chair maker, Pratt st w of Gough 
Tucker mrs. washer. Armistead lane 
Tucker Mary, William st near Cross 
Tucker Joseph, dry goods mt. 73 Baltimore st 
Tucker James, shoemaker, Bond st n of Alice Anna 
tTucker Henry, labourer, East st s of Douglass 
Tuckey Elisha, painter, Caroline st s of Pratt 
Tuder John, carpenter, Park lane e of Pine st 
Tudor George, Baltimore st w of Cove 

Tudor Samuel, drug and grocery store, Baltimore w end 8 side 
Tuer Thos. seaman, Shakspear st w of Market 
Tufts & Schetler, glass manufacturers, 46 s Gay st 
Tufts Wm. firm do. dw 81 St Paul's street 
Tumblinson William, boat builder, 134 Hanover street 
Tunis Thomas, brickmaker, Orleans st s of Aisquith 
Tunis Alexander, 1 Sterling street 
Turell John & Co. tobacconists, 14 n Howard st 
Turenne mrs Mary, Aisquith st n of Pitt 
Turell John, tobacconist, 30 Franklin st 
Turf Register, American, s e corner Fayette and North sts 
Turm Thos. shoemaker, 40 Alice Anna st 
Turnbull & Winchester, com mts. 175 Baltimore st 
Turnbull Alexander, corner Franklin &, Paul's sts 
Turnel Richard, sea captain, Bank st e of Caroline 
Turner Joshua, feed store, 30 Pratt st 
Turner John, labourer, Lerew's alley near Madison st 
Turner Joshua & Son, grocery and feed store, 58 Gayst o t 
Turner Thomas, shoemaker, Star alley n of Fleet st 
Turner Hugh &. Co. grocers, 1 Pratt st wharf 
Turner Caleb, tavern keeper, 81 Hanover street 
Turner Elizabeth, Exeter st n of Pitt 
Turner Joseph, jr merchant, 1°27 Hanover st 
Turner Thomas W. 93 s Sharp street 
Turner Charles H. carpenter, Zell alley n of Mulberry st 
Turner Henry, cordwainer, Green st n of Mulberry 
Turner Mary, dry goods store, 5 e Baltimore st 
Turner J. M. victualler, Pitt st w of Strawberry allev 
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Turner Jeremiah, cotton merchant, Pitt st e of Eden 

Turner Elizabeth, 7 Comet street 

Turner Nathan, victualler, Holland st e of Harford run 

Turner Harry F. victualler, 7 Holland st 

Turner mrs Mary, Pratt st 3 doors vv of Caroline 

Turner Thomas, carpenter, n w cor Short and Orleans sts 

Turner Robert, Orleans st e of Spring n side 

Turner Lewis, victualler, Penn av n of Hoffman st 

Turner Elizabeth, seamstress, 187 French st 

Turner mrs. shoemaker, 189 French st 

Turner Thomas, watchman, Beuren st s of Monument 

Turner Isaac, victualler, n vv corner Bank and Bond sts 

Turner Margaret, huckster, 92 n Eutaw st 

tTurner Mary, Penn avenue extended 

Tutor George, Baltimore st w of Cove 

Tuttle Y\ illiam, printer, Park lane e of Pine street 

Tweedall James, reed maker, Wine st e of Pine 

Twifford William seaman, Eden street s of Gough 

Twifford James, shoe maker, French st opposite Exeter 

Twifford Edward, shoe maker, Light st near Armia'tead lane 

Twigg mrs Mahalee, Park lane w of Cove street 

Tyler E. K. druggist, n e cor Baltimore and High sts 

Tyler Daniel M. do do [near Gay 

Type Foundry, (R. B. Spalding, proprietor,) Frederick st 

Type foundry Maryland, (F. Lucas Jr. agent,) Lovely lane 

Type Adam, blacksmith, 20 Alice Anna street 

Tyson George jr. grocer and com. mt. 3 Pratt st wharf 

Tyson Nathan, flour mt. lower end Patterson st wharf, dw 

30 s Sharp street betw Pratt and Lombard sts 
Tyson Isaac sen. flour mt. Cable st betw Patterson & Com- 
merce sts. dw 99 Lombard st 
Tyson mrs Mary, Charles st betw Lexington & Saratoga sts 
Tyson Jonathan, mt. dw Eutaw st s of Pratt 
Tyson William A. com. merchant, Bank st e of Pitt 
Tyson Charles, Franklin st w of Pine 

Tyson & Fisher, druggists & chemists, 192 Baltimore street 
Tyson Jacob 97 s Eutaw street 
Tyson Isaac, 81 Lombard street 

UHLER GEORGE, merchant, cor Pratt and Hanover sts. 

dw 113 s Sharp st 
Uhler Philip, dry goods merchant, 41 Lexington street 
Uhler Erasmus, Fayette street e of Cove 
Ulhorn George, grocery and liquor store, Pratt street e of 
Ulrick Sarah, Long alley n of New street [Market space 

Ulhorn John, blacksmith, n Calvert st 1 door from Mulberry 
Uhlhoin mrs Dorothea, 70 s Sharp street 
Ulrick William, stone mason, Long alley s of New street 
tUncle Isaac, blacksmith, Welcome alley betw Sharp and 

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Undermine Adam, basket maker, St. Mary st n of Penn. av. 
Underwood Albert, labourer, Holland st e of Harford run 
Underwood Enoch, engineer, Constitution st s of -Monument 
Underwood Henry, wheelwright, Penn. avenue extended 
Undutch Frederick, Light st near Ostend street 
Undutch Martha, Light street near Ostend 
Union Bank of Maryland, cor Charles and Fayette sts 
Union Manufacturing Company of Maryland, 9 s Charles 
Unitarian Church, n w cor Franklin & Charles sts 
United States' public warehouse 43 s Gay street 
United Fire company, Howard street s of Lombard 
Usher Thomas, Penn. avenue n of St. Mary street 
Ustis Sarah, shop keeper, Exeter st n of Water 

\ AIL Elizabeth, Pratt st k of Eutaw 
Valdor Emanuel, Sardinian and Sicilian Consul, 51 Centre 

Market Space 
Valee Mary Ann, grocer, s e corner of Douglass and East sts 
Valentine Richard, superintendent, and gardener on Oliver's 

place, York avenue, opposite Belvidere road 
Valentine vVra- stone mason, French sts of High 
f Valentine Arch. G. blacksmith, Hull's Lane w of Asqaith st 
{Valentine Ann, Peach alley w of Pearl st 
{Valentine Henry, labourer, Forest st s of Douglass 
Valiant John, shoemaker, Wilk st w of Exeter, shop corner 

of Exeter & Wilk sts 
Vallette & Martin, grocers, 66 Baltimore st 
Valliant James, hatter, 15 Granby 6t 
Vanbergen Win. carpenter, Green stN of Lombard st shop 11 

Saratoga st 
Van Brunt Tunis, bacon'merehant, Lexington st k of Green 

dw corner Pearl and Lexington sts 
VanccMr. carpenter, Monument st e of Harford run 
Vance Thomas, Spring st w of Wilk 
Van Daniker Joseph, 872 n Howard st 
Vanderwort Robert Bruce, merchant, dw 107 Park st 
Vanhorn Electa, boarding house, High st s of Salisbury 
Vanne Henry, tavern keeper, 86 Dugan's wharf 
Vauear John, cooper, Strawberry alley n of Alice Anna st 
Van Lill Stephen J. boot & shoe maker, Lombard st near Pine 
Van Ness Wm.J. grocer, 44 Centre Market space 
Van Ness Samuel, hotel, n w corner Canal and Water sts 
Van Rossum mrs Ann, Wolfst n of Thames 
Vansant C. boarding house, 7 South st 

Vansant Joshua, hatter, e Baltimore st near & w of Har. run 
Varden Robert V. collector, George st w of Penn av 
Varnish John, cabinet maker, Britton stsw of Neighbour 
Varnell George, bricklayer, s e corner Pitt &Exeter sts 
Vaughan Win. ship carpenter, 73 Fleet st 
Vaughan mrs Maria, Water st e of High n side 
Vemyer Daniel, well digger, New st w of Eutaw 
Vener Margaret, 120 Wilk st 
Vernetson Win. second hand clothing store, 36 Second st 

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Vermillion James, painter,28 Sterling st 

Vernon mrs Mary, shoe binder, Lexington 6t extended 

Vernon Daniel, tailor, 108 Eutaw st 

Verot Rev. A. St Mary's College, Penn av n of Franklin st 

Vescum Lewis, seaman, Shakspeare st w of Market 




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75 feet in height, with but a single arch 80 feet span. 

Vichiser John, wheelwright, Union st w of Ross 
Vicbiser John, carpenter. Union st w of Ross st 
Vickers G. R. & Co. Commission merchants, lower end Com- 
merce st dw 71 Sharp 
Vickers capt. Joel, firm do dw do 
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Vickers Wm. carpenter, Jackson's court e of Ross st 

Vickers Jchn, tavern 5 M'Clellan st 

Vickers Mary, corner Park st and Wagon alley 

Vickery Thomas, High st s of Water 

Victor Ocule, harher, 9 Centre Market Space 

Victor John, huckster, Lexington st w of Cove 

Victory Julia Ann, milliner, 69k n Howard st 

Victory Julia Ann, clothing store, 81 n Howard street 

Victory Daniel, tavern, 16 Market st. f p 

Victory John J), tobacconist, 14 Market st f p 

Vigilant Fire Company's house, sw corner High ^ Water sts 

Villers Julia, 9 Saratoga st 

Vinegar Marv, 8 Alice Anna st 

Vincent James, labourer, Park st extended 

f Vincent Isaac, labourer, Johnson st 

Vineyard Henry, labourer, Saratoga st w of Cove 

Vineyard C. Montgomery near Light st 

Vinton rev. Robert, S. corner Caroline and Baltimore ats 

Vinzant John, 144 s Eutaw st 

Vinkler mrs. 78 Conway st 

Virdin Wm. W. capt. Gov. Wolcott Steam boat, Pratt st 4 
doors e of Caroline 

Visiter Baltimore, corner Gay and Second st R. H. Pratt, pub- 
lisher, Charles H. Cloud, printer 

Vogt Frederick, locksmith, 75 s Eutaw st 

Voight Catherine, Mulberry st w of Pearl 

Vonhollen Christopher, grocer and sugar refiner 75 s Eut. st 

Vonief John, turner, 24 s Howard st 

Voss & Briscoe, importers of hardware, JO s Charles st 

Voss B. F. firm do dw n side Pleasant st bet Chas. & St Paul 

Vurk John, awning and wagon cover maker, 86 n Eutaw st 



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ADDELL John, tin plater, Holiday st bet. Bath & 
Pleasant 

Waddell George, grocer, corner Calvert and Mulberry sts 
Wade mrs Charlotte, 14 w Gay st 

Wadlow John, harness maker, Liberty all^y s of Madison st 
Waesche & Despada, hardware merchants, n E[corner Balti- 
more &. Sharp sts 
Waesche George F. R. dw e side of Liberty st s of German 
Wagcnshoorz Henry, dairyman, Saratoga st w of Shroeder 
Waggner George, block and pump maker, 81 Fleet st 
Wagner Dr. A. 48 n Charles st 

Wagner George, carpet weaver, Penn av s of Preston st 
Wagner Francis, dry goods merchant, 87 n Gay st o t 
Wagner George, carpenter, Penn av extended 
Wagner Basil, merchant tailor, 4 Sharp st 
Waggner George J. sailmaker, corner Bank and Wolf sts 
Wagoner mrs. George st e of Pine 
Wahl Melchoir, coach trimmer and harness maker, Penn av 

near George st 
Waidner Charles, dairyman. Cove st near Paca 
Waigant Joseph, cordwainer, Chamberlain alley near Eutaw 
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Wait Jane, shop keeper, Comet st 

Waite George W. chocolate, ginger, mustard and castor oil 

manufacturer, w Falls av near the Draw Bridge dw 58 

High 
Waite VVm. H. teacher, Eden st n of Mullikin 
Wails Joseph, shoemaker, 188 French st 
Waison Andrew shoemaker, Britton st n e of Monument 
Wakeman mrs Mary Ann, shopkeeper, Fleet st e of Castle al. 
Wallace Walharn, tavern keeper, 4 Fish Market 
Waldman VVm. dyer, 48 n Gay st 
Wales Dolly, washer, Ensof st near Monument 
Walden Benjamin, sawyer, Pleasant st near Park 
Walker Noah, clothing store, 78 Centre Market space 
Walker Samuel, carpenter, Barre st w of Hanover 
Walker Win. sailmaker, M'Elderry's wharf, dw President 8t 

near Stiles 
Walker J ohn, Blacksmith, Guilford alley near Light st 
Walker Samuel D. tobacco and cigar warehouse, 50 s Gay 

st dw Fayette 
Walker Elijah, labourer, Garden st above Eutaw 
Walker Matthew, Calvert st n of Eager 

Walker John W. & Co. commission merchants, Eutaw st 2 
Walker Benjamin, grocer, 38 Light st [doors n of Baltimore 
Walker Elizabeth, Argyle alley, s of Lancaster st 
Walker Mary, 42 n Sharp st 
Walker R. teacher, corner Fawn and Exeter sts 
Walker John W. bailiff, Pearl st s of Franklin 
Walker Wm, sailmaker, President st s of Stiles 
Walker Salvae, Hampstead st e of Eden 
Walker's Academy, s w corner High and Water sts 
Walker Fran, of Custom house boat, Goughst e of Caroline 
Walker Thomas, Fawn st e of High 
Walker James, weaver, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 
Walker Joseph, bricklayer, Union st w of Ross 
Walker capt Robert, 6 Alice Anna st 

Walker Joseph, teacher, Caroline row Caroline st2d house 
Walker Sater T., U.S. clothing store, 175 Baltimore st dw 

Saratoga near Howard st 
Walker Henry machinist, Eden st s of Mullikin 
f Walker James, oysterman, Union st e of Penn av 
j Walker Lilly, Chamberlain alley, near Eutaw st 
■f Walker Edward, labourer, East st w of Pitt 
{Walker Charlotte, 38 Union st 

f Walker James P. porter, Water st 1st house w of Har. run 
Wall Michael, grocer, 29 Lexington st 
Wall Samuel, Thames st E of Block 
Wall Ephraim, carpenter, Saratoga st e of Green 
Wall Jacob, carpenter, Fayette st w of Pine 
Wallace John, cabinet maker, cor. Commerce & Water sts 
Wallace Thos. & Son, dry goods mts. '22 Centre Market space 
Wallace Willhelm, tavern keeper, 4 Fish Market space 
Wallace Wm. copper and tin plate worker, 38 s Calvert *t 

dw 69 High st 

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Wallace Philip, dw Charles, between Mulbrrey & Franklin 

Wallace Margaret, Paca st s of Lexington 

Wallace George, blacksmith, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 

Wallace Hannah, grocer, Guilford alley near Charles st 

Wallace James, dairyman, 34 Sterling st 

Wallace Hetty, Marion st near Eutaw 

Wallace Sol. <lry goods & grocery merchant, 118 n High st 

Wallace Capt William, 19 Thames st 

Wallace Joseph A. President Maryland Insurance office, dvr 

84 n Liberty st 
f Wallace Edward D. hair dresser, Frederick st s of Second 
fWallace Major, Potter st s of Low 
{Wallace Thomas, labourer, Ann st n of Gough 
{Wallace Rebecca, Mulberry st w of Pearl 
{Wallace Mary, Eutaw st near Spring gardens 
Waller Basil, tavern keeper, 6 Fish Market 
Wallis Philip, Charles st between Mulberry and Franklin 
Wallis Thomas, dry g-oods merchant, Water st near Albemarle 
Walmsley James, M. W. cabinet maker, 27 s Calvert st dw 

corner Paca st and Bottle alley 
Walmsley John G. Pearl st s of George 
Walmsley Abraham, tavern keeper, nw corner Concord & 

Hf.wk sts 
Walmsley James cabinet maker, Market al. s of Lexington st 
Walmsley Isaac, collector, Garden st near Howard 
Walsh Richard tavern keeper, 37 Centre Market space 
Walsh James, tavern keeper, 13 Centre Market space 
Walsh T. Yates, attorney at law, corner of Court House lane 

& Calvert st 
Walsh Philip, teacher, 33 New Church st 
Walsh Thomas, Grata by st w of Albemarle 
Walsh John, grocer, corner Apple alley & Fleet st 
Walsh Jacob, justice of the peace, ne corner Gay & Water 

sts dw n e corner Albemarle and Granby sts 
Walsh John, lumber merchant, 24 Light st wharf, dw Mul- 
berry st 2d house w of College alley 
Walsh James W. merchant, Franklin st w of Pearl 
Walsh Thomas J. attorney at law, Fayette stnear St Paul 
Walsh William, 144 Exeter st 
Walstrum Peter, shoemaker, 82 s Charles st 
Walter Win, tobacconist, 21 New Church st 
Walter Jacob, tavern & boarding house, 9 Bond st 
Walter Harman, cabinet maker, Eutaw st w of Camden 
Walter Jacob, watchmaker, 56 n Howard st 
Walter Jacob S. Long alley s of Poss st 
Walter Henry, carpenter, Biddlest w of Ross 
Walter George, corner Mulberry and Paca sts 
Walter John \V. V. carpenter, New st e of Paca 
Walters Jacob, Union st e of Penn av 
Waltermyer Henry, oordwainer, Park lane e of Pine st 
Waltharu Samuel, labourer, Sharp st near Busy alley 
Walton Edward, second hand clothing store, 39 Second st 
Walton Henry, shoemaker, 58 Ann st 
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Walton Edward, tailor, Caroline st n of Baltimore 
Walton John, furrier, Potter st n of Low 
Walton Joseph, victualler, Lombard st near Pine 
fWalton John, labourer, 38 n Frederick st 
f Walton Charles, sawyer, 38 Wagon alley 
fWalton Peggy, washer, Pleasant st near Park 
fWalton Benjamin, Wagon alley near Park st 
Waltz John, tailor, Paca st s of Lexington dw Wagon alley 
Walz Benjamin C. 42 Franklin st [w of Liberty st 

Wamaling Peter J. turner, corner Charles & Hill sts 
Wandersfert Margaret, Tripolett's alley 
Wane Michael, weaver, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 
Warner Dr. Alfred A. 17 Pitt st 
Warner Henry, paper stainer, Saratoga st near Park 
Warner Louisa, Union st e of Penn av 

Wainer Lewis M. & Co. dry goods merchant3j 157 Balto. st 
Warner Asa, blacksmith, Baltimore st w of Pine 
Warner George K. dry goods merchant, 225 Baltimore st 
Warner Philip, grocery & liquor store, Baltimore st w of Green 
Warner Ann, midwife, 113 w Exeter st 
f Warner James, caulker, President st s of Pratt 
f Warner Charles, labourer, Happy alley n of Lancaster st 
Warren Wm. hat case maker, Saratoga st near Gay 
fWarren John, waitar, Sharp st s of Fayette 
Warrick John, Gay st e of Belle air Market 
f Warrick Wm. hack driver, Davis st n of Bath [st w of Green 
Wartman Michael K.fhm Chas. Hoffman &. Co. dw Baltimore 
f Washerwoman Charlotte, Douglass st w of Aisquith 
fWashingford James, stone cutter, Fayette st w of Pearl 
Washington Ruth, cook, 29 Centre Market space 
Washington Iron foundry, Conway st w of Green. J. S. East- 
man, proprietor [s side 6th door e of Eden 
Washington James, firm Washington & Mayger, dw Pitt st 
fWashington George, Hull's lane 3 doors w of Aisquith st 
Watch house, Middle district, corner North st & Orange alley 
Watch house, Western district, Green st n of Baltimore 
Watch house, Eastern district, ne cor Market&Alice Anna sts 
Watchman «fc Bratt engineers, and founders, corner William 

st and Armistead lane 
Watchman John, dw corner William & Hughes st 
Waterhouse miss Ann, 70 Hanover st 
Waterman Abraham, Lombard st near Light 
Waters rev. Dr. Francis's seminary, St Paul st n of Saratoga 
Waters Freeborn, G. Mulberry st near Eutaw [dw 79 StPaul 
Waters Joseph, commission merchant, dw 68 s Sharp st 
Waters Zebulon, clerk in Bank Baltimore, Saratoga st head 

of Liberty 
Waters Stephen, carpenter, kw corner Eutaw & Saratoga sts 
Waters George, ship chandler ^-c. corner Wolf 4" Fell sts 
Waters Eleanora, Pearl st near Baltimore 
Waters Andrew, carter, corner Pratt fy Goughsts 
Waters R. milliner, 95 Baltimore st 

Waters G. P. wharfinger and grocer, dw Thames st e of Mar- 
ket, store, corner Wolf and Fell sts 
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Waters Eleonora, Caroline st n of Baltimore 

Waters mrs Mary, 81 II ij^h st 

Waters capt Wm. L. Hughes st near Light 

Waters mrs Henrietta, 56 Exeter st 

Waters Joseph, tavern, 59 Park st 

Waters Ann, 80 n Howard st 

] Waters Charles, Lcng alley, * of New st 

{Waters George, labourer, Chesnut alley e of Pine st 

Watkins L. J. &, Co. dry goods mts. 24 Pratt st e of Charles 

Watkins Noble, painter, Peace alley e of Lunn's lane 

Watkins John W. bricklayer, Pine st e side s of Saratoga 

Watkins Nicholas, bricklayer, Franklin st e of Chatsworth 

Watkins mrs Susanna, 14 Bond st 

Watkins Thomas & Co. drapers and tailors, 4 s Sharp st dw 

T. W. Pratt st between Charles and Hanover 
f Watkins Rev. Thomas, labourer, Mechanics' alley s side 
{Watkins Richard, cordwainer, Mulberry st w of Pine 
{Watkins Francis, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
f Watkins George, gardner, Mulberry st w of Pine 
Watser John, cordwainer, Chesnut alley w of Pine st 
Watson John, cordwainer, corner Calvert ^ Water sts 
Watson Wm. A. justice of peace, Thames st e of Bond 
Watson W. W. justice of peace, Bond st s of Anne 
Watson Donald, Millwright, '38 Centre Market space 
Watson Thomas, proprietor of Fair mount, e Baltimore st 
Watson mrs Margaret, mantau maker, 16 Salisbury st 
Watson mrs Rebecca, boarding house, 76 Market st f p 
Watson Wm. H. attorney at law, Water st e of Exeter 
Watson John, engineer, Armistead lane 
Watson mrs Harriet, Thames m e of Block 
Watson Charles, carpenter, George st w of Perm av 
Watson Alexander, watchman, Montgomery st near Light 
Watson Samuel, weaver, Pine st w of Chatsworth 
fWatson John, porter, 7 Park st 

Wattles James, portrait painter, Saratoga st e of Green 
Watts Wm. coachsmith, Douglass st e of Potter 
Watts John, paver, Mullikin st e of Bond 
Watts Peter, Gougli st n of Pratt 
Watts Wm. grocer, 2 Alice Anna st 

Watts Dixon, of Custom house, Water st 1st house e of the 
Watts capt. Frederick J. 88 Market st f p [bridge 

Watts Vespasian II. tailor, Union alley e of Eden st 
Watts Jarrett, painter, Columbia st between Eutaw an*d Paca 
Watts Charles, carpenter, 19 Comet st 

Watts Thomas B. currier, dw Holiday st3doorsN of Saratoga 
Watts George, painter, & glazier, Lombard st w of Pine 
Watts R H. grocery 4" liquor store, cor. Conway £f Gr6en sts 
Watts Alexander, brickmaker, Hill st near Hanover 
Watts Wm. shot maker, Conway st w of Eutaw 
Watts Richard, painter, Green st sof Conway 
Watts Daniel, painter, Pine st w side sof Franklin 
|Watts Rachel, washer, Apple alley s of Baltimore st 
f Watts John, barber, Lombard st near Charles 
Waunkan Ringan, grocer, corner Henrietta & Charles sts 

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Wear Peter, grocer, corner Holland & Eden sts 

Weaste Christopher, labourer, Forest st n of Monument 

Weatherall Dr. George H. 95 s Sharp st 

Weatherall Wm. 95 s Sharp st 

Weatherly Littleton, Lee st near Charles 

Weatherstkie Elizabeth, Sterling st N of Monument 

Weaver Daniel, labourer, w Falls av near Water st 

Weaver Caspar, painter, Long alley s of Ross st 

Weaver James, painter, Pearl st x of Lexington 

Weaver Daniel, machinist, Hillen st e of Front 

Weaver James, farmer, Wine st w of Pine 

Weaver mis Mary, dry goods store, 33 Thames st 

Weaver Henry, carpenter, s side Baltimore st w end 

Weaver Daniel, constable, Ensor st n e of Forest 

Weaver John, tobacco & cigar manufactory, corner Howard 

Weaver Jacob. German st n of Hanover [& Lexington sts 

Weaver Henry, cabinet maker, 15 Albemarle st 

Weaver Georg 1 , carpenter, 1124 Eutawst 

Weaver Levi, blacksmith, H'ril st near Charles 

Weaver & Green, hardware merchants, 40 n Howard st 

Weaver James S. broker & Exchange office, 11 High st 

Webb mrs widow of John, tavern, 75 Pratt st w of South 

Webb George, hack man, 4 Sterling st 

Webb A. tobacconist, 9 South st 

Webb George, coppersmith, 13 Maiden lane 

Webb Wm. sailmaker, II Alice Anna st 

Webb Henry, Labourer, Douglass st w of Aisquith 

Webb Charles, soap boiler & tallow chandler, Ensor st w of 

VVebb John, goldsmith, 9 Ross st [Har. av. 

Webb Milton, cordwainer, Marion st near Liberty 

Webb mrs Elizabeth, seamstress, Biddle st w of Ross 

Webb Alanson, tobacconist, Fayette st opposite Post office 

Webb George W. goldsmith & jeweller, 174 Fayette st dw 

Britton st near Monument 
VVebb Augusta P. & Co. grocery, nw corner Lexington & 

Paca, dw Abner Webb, 59 Green st 
Webb mrs Eleanor, 93 Saratoga st 

Webb James & son, goldsmith $- jeweller, Fayette st near 
:W e bb Wm. labourer, Union st e of Penn av [Charles 

fWebb Harrison, porter, Park st bet. Lexington & Saratoga 
fWebb Minty, washer, 111 Aisquith st 
Webber mrs Mary Ann, Ann st n of Lancaster 
vVebdell Harman, whip maker, Charles st near York dw 31 s 
Webster Dr. Henry W. Lee st bet. Light & Charles [Charles 
Webster Joseph, drayman, Hill ft near Hanover 
Webster Dr. John L. Sharp st 2 doors s of Pratt 
Webster John, weaver, Neighbour st betw. Har. fy York av. 
Webster Isaac, porter, Sugar alley near Hanover st 
Webster Henry, type founder, York st w of Light 
Webster Perry, sawyer, Pine st w of Mulberry 
Webster Aquilla, tobacconist, Douglass st w of Aisquith 
Webster Francis, drayman, 23 Lerew's alley 
Vedekind John, bookbinder, Fayette st e of Cove 
Veed mrs. Jefferson st e of Aisquith 
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Weeks Rachel, baker, 32 Pitt st 

Weeks James, blacksmith, Wilk st w of High 

f Weeks Richard, sawyer, Wagon alley near Liberty st 

Wells John, steam engine manufacturer, w Falls av s of 

Wells Richard C. letter carrier, 205 Bond st [Pratt st 

Wells Edward, wood corder, Richmond st betw Charles and 

Weems Mary A. Baltimore st e of Spring [Howard sts. 

Weems mrs Sydney, Water st2nd w of Caroline n side 

Weems capt. George, 57 Exeter st. 

Wehn Philip, baker, Conway st near Water 

Wehrly, Jonathan, carpenter, 96 n Howard st 

Weiderkent Tobias, labourer w Falls avenue betw Pratt and 

Weigart Henry, German st near Green [Water sts 

Weigart Geo. tavern keeper, fy ice seller Falls turnpike near 

the gate 
Weigart Andrew, carter, Richmond st near the cathedral 
Weigart George, dealer in salt & plaster, 125 n Eutaw st 
Weightman Ann Maria, nw corner Baltimore& Caroline sts 
Weild Francis, labourer, Saratoga st w of Chatsworth 
Weis George, artist, corner Pearl st & Chesnut alley [st f p 
Weishampel J. F. printer of F. P News Letter, 9 Shakespear 
Welch William, 76 s Howard street 
Welch Robert M. dry goods mt 27 Baltimore st 
Welch John, carpenter 14 Pleasant st 
Weld George F. Franklin st near Charles 
Weld George F. com. mt. 8 Bowly's wharf dw Franklin st near 
fWell Maddan, Wagon alley near Park st [Charles 

Wellermrs Mary, Penn. avenue extended 
Welling James, Franklin st w of Pearl 
Wells mrs. Calvert sts of Bath 
Wells John F. Paca st n of Lunn's lane 
Wells Charlotte 15 n Green street 
Wells Peter, letter carrier, Caroline sts of Gough 
Wells mrs Elizabeth, Caroline st n of York 
Welh Henry, ship chandler, sw corner of Ann & Thames sts 
Wellslager Stephen, painter, Lancaster st w of Bond 
Wellslager Jacob, boarding house, cor. Bond fy- Lancaster sts 
Welner Thomas, ship carpenter, Thames st e of Ann 
f Wells Ann, Welsh alley s of Lexington st 
Welsh Lawrence, Huckster se corner of Concord &Hawks st 
Welsh John, shoemaker, Fleet st w of Apple alley 
welsh &. Armstrong soap fy candle manufacturers Holiday st 
Welsh John Cross st near William [betw. Pleasant ^ Bath 
Welsh J ames, wool dealer 60 s Calvert st 
Welsh Henry, carpenter, 44 n Eutaw st 
Welsh Adam, tanner, corner of Pearl & Saratoga sts 
Welsh William, firm Buckwalter & Welsh, Pinest w side n of 

Franklin 
Welsh John, painter, Thames stdwAnn near Wilk 
Welsh James, tailor corner Temple alley fy Baltimore st 
Welsh John, painter, Ann st s of Wilk 
Welsh Lydia, tutoress Water st n side e of Exeter 
Welsh Patrick, labourer, Albemarle st s of Stiles 
Welsh mrs Blanche, 87 n Gay st o t 
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Welsh John, blacksmith, 6 Mulberry st 

JWelsh Peter, Spring st n of Baltimore 

Welshoffer Henry carpenter, 92 Park st 

Wenschof Dr EdWard, 75 n Gny st 

Wentz Samuel H. druggist, 221 Baltimore st dw 49 Pearl st 

Wentz William T. cordwainer, Ross st w of Eutaw 

Wentz Adam, paver. Union st w of Ross 

Werdebaugh John, 37 Lexington st 

Wernz Henry R. baker, Rock st n of Lexington 

Wesen Frederick, tavern, 45 Thames st 

Wesley Chappel, corner Sharp &c Barre sts 

Wesley mrs Sarah, seamstress, Long lane s of Orleans st 

Wesley William, labourer, Forest st n of Douglass 

West Amos, merchant tailor, 23 Second st 

West & Tilden, merchant tailors, 23 Second st 

West William. lumber merchant,Mill st dw Pratt st near Exeter 

West William, coper refiner, 19 Comet st 

West mrs Isabella, 32 Gough st 

West Benjamin, meal seller, Gay st e of Forest 

West James, cordwainer, Peirce st w of Chatsworth 

West Stephen, bricklayer, East n of Pitt 

West Benjamin, victualler, Cross st near William 

West William, groc.r, corner of Stiles st Sf Bishop Alley 

West William, watchman, Canal st n of Wilk 

West Francis.Hull's lane 3 doors w of Aisquith st 

W T est David, Eden st e of Baltimore st 

West Isaac, tailor, Orleans street e of Long lane 

West Catherine, huckster, Ruxtonst 

Western John, sawmaker, Lombard st w of Green 

Westhorn mrs Sarah, George st w of Penn. Avenue 

Weston Asahel, shoe &,' hat mt. 248 Baltimore st. dw 81 s Sharp 

Westwood John, lottery mt. Gay st n of High dw 88 Pitt st w 

Westwood John, grocer, 12 Sterling st [of Aisquith st 

Wctherald Ann, seminary, Aisquith st s ofDouglass 

Wethered Dr. John D. 68 n Charles st 

Wethered Lewin,2l Hanover st 

Wethered fy- Brothers, cloth manufacturers, over 236 Balto. st 

Wethered George Y. firm Carey and Wethered, n Charles st 

near Pleasant street 
Wetter George H. distiller, 18 McEldery's wharf, dw corner of 

Caroline & Pratt sts 
Wever& Co. lottery fy exchange office, n e corner Baltimore 

and Charles sts 
Whalan Patrick, labourer, 61 Albemarle st 
Whalen William, labourer, York avenue 
Whalen Thomas, carpenter, Park lane w of Cove st 
Whalen Michael, watchman, Happy alley n of Gough st 
Whaler George, labourer, Penn. avenue extended 
Wharley John, moulder, Wine st e of Cove 
Wheat John, carpenter, Gay street w of Aisquith 
Wheat Nathaniel, huckster,' Wine st e of Cove 
Wheatley Solomon, President st s of Pratt 
Wheatley Arthur, grocer, cor Paca st and Lunn's lane 

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jWheatley Levin, caulker, Spring st n of Gough 
Wheden & Howard, sail makers, 8 McElderry's wharf 
Wheeden Thos firm do. dw Caroline st betw Pratt &, Gough 
Wheeden & Ballard, sail makers, n w cor Light & Camden sts 
Wheeden James, firm do. dw Market st near Gough 
Wheelan, Thomas, carpenter, Park lane w of Cove st 
Wheelen Major, grocer, Calvert st near Pratt, dw 25 w Pral 
Wheeler miss Sarah, dry goods store, 64 n Gay street 
Wheeler Elizabeth, 21 Pearl street 
Wheeler Christopher, labourer, Union st w of Itoss 
Wheeler mrs Mary, 6 s Frederick street 
Wheeler John, huckster, Baltimore st w of Cove 
Wheeler Robert, Calvert street betw Bath and Pleasant 
Wheeler, George, blacksmith, 17 Constitution street 
Wheeler James, carpenter, n Calvert street betw Calvert and 
Wheeler Daniel, seaman, 159 French st [Mulberry 

Wheeler M. grocer and com. mt. 75 s Calvert street, dw Pratt 

betw Hanover and Charles 
Wheeler mrs French steoflligh 
Wheeler mr. cabinet maker, 4 Cheapside 
Wheeier Joseph, shoe maker, cor Exeter and French sts 
Wheeler Darius, bricklayer, Jackson st sside 
Wheeler Conrad, grocer, Camden street near Hanover 
Wheeler Baruch, Jackson st s side 
tWheeler A. carter, Marrion st near Park 
{Wheeler John, 84 s Howard street 
JWheeler Allen, labourer, Garden st 
jWheelan Mary, washer, Potter street n of Low 
JWheeler John, Moore's alley w of Eutaw st 
Whelan Thomas, grocer, l86z, dw Charles street betw Barnet 

and Lexington 
Whelan Luke, labourer, Spring st n of Gough 
Wheeler Samuel, ladies' shoe maker, Marion st near Light 
Wherret Thomas, cordwainer, Amity st n of Lexington 
Whiffin James, teacher, Cove st s of Baltimore 
Whelan Jonathan, n Eutaw st 2 doors from Mulberry 
tWhelan Agnes, cook, 36 s Charles street 
Wherret James H. pilot, Gough st e of Strawberry alley 
Whimble mrs. cor Busy alley and Sharp sts 
Whinebarger John, cor Apple alley and Lancaster sts 
Whipper Isaac, dw 7 Tyson street 

Whitaker Nathaniel, druggist, dw Baltimore st w of Cove 
Whitaker and. Bartol, druggists, n e cor Balto. & Howard sis 
White Jacob, grocer, cor Gay and Harrison sts. dw 116 Hol- 
White James G. s e cor Gay and Second sts [liday st 

White mrs Stephenson, Frederick st betw Second &, Balto. 
White John D cordwainer, North st near Pleasant 
White Joseph, distiller, cor Holliday and Centre sts. dw Cal- 
vert street betw Saratoga and Lexington sis 
White and Brand, grocers and com. mts. 67 s Calvert at 

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White Dr. cor Fayette and Holliday sts 

White Sarah, n Liberty st. 2 doors s of Saratoga 

White Mary, Long alley n of Frankiin street 

White David, tavern keeper, Loudenslager's hill n side of 

Baltimore street 
White Hannah, Pitt st w of Strawberry alley 
White George, grocer, corner Strawberry alley &, Water sts 
White Wm. shoemaker, Orleans st e of 'Eden 
White Jacob, clockmaker, 159 Gay st o t 
White John, shopkeeper, Wilfc st c of Spring 
White Joseph, cordvvainer, George st w of Penn avenue 
White mr. merchant, d\v Mulberry st w of Pearl 
White Robert, bricklayer, Jackson's court e of Ross st 
White mr, bricklayer, Franklin st w of Chatsvvorth 
White .lames, grocer, Baltimore st w end s side 
White Joseph, boat builder, 23 Alice Anna st 
White Joseph, seaman, 33 Alice Anna st 
White Wm. stone mason, Columbia st bet Howard &, Eutaw 
White Jesse B. 57 Camden st near Hanover 
White James, labourer, York st near Charles 
White Henry, baker, 34 n Howard st 
White Wm. 34 Ann street 

White Francis, plaister images maker, Potter st n of Pitt 
White James G. travelling agent, 112 High st 
White John &, son, merchants, 89 w Pratt st See adv. 
White Wm. sawyer, York st w of Light 
White John, firm do dvv 59 n Gay st 
White Ambrose A. firm do dw ( JS Park st 
White James, labourer. York st near Charles 
White Henry, flour merchant. 73 Smith's wharf dwelling 

corner Holliday and Fayette sts 
White Jonas, shoemaker, Low st between High & Exeter sts 
White John, engineer, York st near William" 
tWhite David, labourer, Halfmoon alley e of East st 
fWhite Susan, Harford road n of the church 
tWhite John, caulker, Wilk st e of Strawberry alley 
f'White John, caulker, Eden st n of York 
tWhite Ellen, Franklin st extended 
tWhite Job, caulker, Starr alley n of Fleet st 
fWhite Reuben, white washer.*65 s Howard st 
Whitehall mrs. Biddle st w of Penn avenue 
Whiteford Wm. and James, flour and feed store, corner of 

Exeter and Hillen streets 
Whitelock Samuel W. portrait painter, Water st w of Lloyd 
Whitelock miss Matilda, fancy dress maker, 5 German st 
Whiteiock mrs. Lombard st 5 doors from Hanover 
Whitely and Bevan, auctioneers, 20 Pratt st 
Whitely A. firm do dw Pratt st 2d door w of Sharp 
vVhitemore Mary, Argvle alley s of Fleet st 
Whitesell mr. hatter, North st near Pleasant 

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Whiteford Henry, musician, Harford road s e side 

Whitford David, merchant, 1 s Howard st. dw s w corner of 

Lombard and Eutaw sts 
Whitiker Thomas, carpenter, York avenue 
Whiting W. B lott. and exch. office, cor Balto. 8r St Paul sts 
Whitmarsh John, shoemaker, St Paul st near Centre 
Whitmore Caleb, gardner, Cove st extended 
Whitmore John, inn keeper, Lexington st w of Eutaw 
Whitney Dl. carter, 79 Paca st 
Whitney Ebenezer, painter, 67 Bond st 
Whitridge Thomas, commission mt. 12 and 13 Bowly's whf. 
Whitridge Dr. 45 n Gay st 
Whitson David, blacksmith and wheelwright, s, w corner of 

Columbia and Paca sts.; dw Paca st w of Lunn's lane 
JWhittington Win. Spring st n of Baltimore 
Whitten George, labourer, 19 Wilk st 
Whittington S. H. & co. grocers, 108 Dugan's wharf 
Whittle Thomas, commission merchant, over 10 Light st \vf. 
Whitty Mary, Caroline st n of Wil« 
Whitworth Richard & sons, woollen manufacturers, Cove st 

n of Lexington, dw R. W. Rock st n of Lexington 
Wickersham Win. grocer, corner Bank and Spring sts 
Wholy George, agent for Stockton & Stokes, 126 a Eutaw &t 
Widney Johnson, printer, Exeter st s of French 
Wickes John, blacksmith, Albemarle st n of Water 
Wiegand Daniel, grocer, corner York and Light sts 
Wiekins Win. labourer, Washington st n of Fleet 
Wier John, victualler, Holland st e ol Harford run 
Wierman Wm. miller, 4 Spear's wharf 
Wierman Jesse, shoemaker, Fall's turnpike near the gate 
Wigart Henry, salt and plaister dealer, German st near Green 
Wigart George, do do 125 n Eutaw st 

Wigart Andrew, carter, Richmond st near Cathedral 
Wiggins Lewis S. H. 32 Sterling st 
Wiggins Lewis, Low st between East and Potter 
Wiggins Thomas, labourer, Saratoga st w of Pearl 
Wight Wm. J. n e corner Charles and Barre sts 
Wight Resin, carpenter, Fayette st w of Pine 
Wightman Wm. H. teacher, Light st between Armistead 

lane and York street 
Wigley L. victualler, Chides st 1 door sof Camden 
Wigley John, frame work knitter, Tyson st extended 
Wigley Denn s, confectioner, Tyson st extended 
Wilbe Martin, blacksmith, corner Marion and Park streets, 

dw Jew alley near Lexington st 
Wilbe Charles, bailiff, Cove st s of Mulberry 
Wilbur Silas J. slater, 49 n Eutaw st 
Wilburn Nathaniel, plaisterer, Pitt st e of Aisquith 
Wilcox mrs Ann B. Gay st w of Aisquith 
Wilcox Wm. labourer, Caroline st n of Mullikin 

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Wilcox John G. chandler, and soap boiler, Monument street 

eof Harford run 
Wilcox Wm. L. shoemaker, 16 n Gay st o t 
Wilcox Peter, victualler, Britton si s vv of Neighbour 
Wilderman John, tanner, Holliday st n of Bath 
Wilde John G. s Charles st extended 

Wildey Thomas, oyster & porter eel'ar, cor Gay & Front sts 
Wildey Elizabeth, tailoress, Lancaster st \v of Boml 
Wiley Kenedy, carpenter, Camden st near Sharp 
W 7 iley Wm. tailor, Argyle alley s of Fleet st 
Wiley mrs Elizabeth, North st near Bath 
Wiley Wm. weaver, Cove st s of Franklin 
Wiley Richard, Mullikin st e of Bond 
Wiley James, taiior, over 26 Centre Market space, 
Wiley Alexander, rope maker, West st 
Wilhelm George, carpenter, Monument st w of Harford run 
Wilhelm Lvdia, Perm avenue s of Preston st 
Wilhelm Charles, watchman, Sterling st n of Monument 
Wilkins James, baker, 50 Harrison st 
Wilkins mrs Win. '^4 Light st 

Wilkins mrs Henrietta, tailoress, Gough st e of Eden 
Wilkins Bartus, saddler and harness maker, 107 Pratt st 
Wilkins Joseph, Franklin st near Cathedral 
tWilkins Charlotte, washer, Apple alley s of Alice Anna st 
Wilkinson James, tavern keeper, 20 Harrison st 
Wilkinson mrs Elizabeth, Wolf st s of Alice Anna 
Wilkinson mrs Elizabeth, tailoress, Frederick st near Gay 
Wilkinson James, teacher, 16 High st 
Wilkinson Wm. shoemaker, Calvert st opposite Mulberry 
Wilkinson James, hat'er, do do 

Wilkinson mrs. Montgomery at near Light 
Wilkison Joseph, saddler, Montgomery st near Light 
Wilks James jr. ironmonger, J9 n Howard st 
Wilks Wm. Lexington st near Park 
Wilks Isabella, milliner, Lexington st near Park 
tWilks Edward, ostler, Chesnut alley e of Pine st 
Willey Lewis, carpenter, Wilk st w of High 
Willey Wingrxte, Spring st s of Pratt 
Willey Joseph, hardware merchant, 7 Franklin st 
Will Wm. C. lock and gunsmith, 37 Harrison st 
Willard Julius, s Charles st 
Williams Bennet, oyster house, 3 Concord st 
Williams Nathaniel F. commission merchant, 14 Bowly's wf. 

dvv 79 n Charles st 
Williams H. H. mt. 14 Bowly's wf. dw Saratoga w of Charles 
Williams George, commission merchant, 3 Bowly's wharf, dw 

Frederick st between Baltimore and Second 
Williams John & James, cabinet makers and upholsterers, 68 
South st.; dw John W. 50 Camden st-; Jas. W. Court- 
land st 2 doors from Saratoga 
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Williams Nathaniel, attorney at law, corner of Calvert and 

Lexington streets 
Williams mrs Susan F. St Paul st near Pleasant 
Williams Joseph, huckster, 10 Fish market 
Williams Elizabeth, Tripolett's alley 

Williams Nathaniel F. dw n Charles st 2 doors from Mulberry 
Williams James R. dyer, 21 s Charles street 
Williams Mary, baker, 94 Park street 
Williams Hannah, seamstress, Water st e of Bond 
Williams William, cooper, Granby street w of Exeter 
Williams Thomas, Wilk street w of Caroline 
Williams Thomas, shoe store, 85 Baltimore street 
Williams Benjamin, labourer, Eutavv st near Spring Gardens 
Williams John, potter, Carpenter's alley near Eutaw st 
Williams Richard, lieutenant of watch, Pleasant st near North 
Williams John tailor, Tyson street extended 
Williams Benjamin, cordwainer, 80 n Howard st. dw Union 
Williams J. H. 192 n Howard street [st near Biddle 

Williams James, Mulberry st near Charles 
Williams Henry H. Saratoga si near Charles 
Williams mrs Edward, 17 Lexington st 
Williams Mary, shop keeper, Front st s of Low 
Williams David, mahogany sawyer, Potter st n of Pitt 
Williams Thomas S. inspector of Customs, 102 High st 
Williams John, furrier, 57 Albemarle street 
Williams Giles, proprietor of pleasure boats, 36 Thames st 
Williams mrs Susan, Calvert st betw Lexington & Saratoga 
Wiliiams William & Maurice, chair makers, Pratt st near the 
Williams Cumberland, Calvert st s of fwx'oga [bridge 

Williams A. stove &, sheet iron manufacto,; . 45Light street, 

dw near Charles st City Spring 
Williams Wm. H. clerk, Long alley s of Saratoga street 
Williams Henry B. metal worker in general.Cove st near Pratt 
Williams Edward, labourer, Cove st s oi'Franklin 
Williams Abner, stone merchant, 25 Pitt st. store 45 Light st 
Williams Richard, city bailiff, 9 Temple st [wharf 

Williams Pembroke, ship carpenter, Ann st s of Wilk 
Williams Ellen, Hampstead st e of Eden 
Williams John, rigger, Pratt st w of Market 
Williams Nathan, labourer, Granby st 5 door3 from Jones's falls 
Williams Dr. John M. Thomsonian and botanic physician, 

21 Gay street o. t. 
Williams Samuel, grocer, 56 n Gay street o t 
Williams mrs Catherine, tailoress, Peirce st e of Chatsworth 
Williams Benjamin, Union alley w of Ross street 
Williams Isabella, seamstress, Union st w of Ross 
Williams mrs Mary A. Moore's alley w of Eutaw st 
Williams W. cordwainer, Chesnut alley w of Pearl 6t 
Wiliiams Mary A. Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Williams Jesse, millwright, 7 New street 

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Williams William, Franklin st w of Pine 
Williams capt Thomas, 51 Alice Anna street 
Williams Wm. baker and confectioner, 5 Alice Anna street 
Williams George, seaman, 67 Fleet street 
Williams Abraham, paperer, Ensor st eof East 
Williams John, seaman, Caroline st n of Wolf 
Williams George, engineer, Hollins street vv p 
Williams Mary, Cross street near William 
Williams Joseph, huckster, 173 Bond street 
Williams Rev. Stephen, pastor of Seamen's Bethel, Market 
Williams John, 76 Conway street [stsof Wilk 

Williams William, fisherman, Johnson st near watering place 
Williams Thomas, shoe maker, Sugar alley 
Williams Curtis, fisher, Cross street near Johnson 
Williams Charles, boarding house, Fall st e of Thomas 
Williams Wm. J. Thomsonian practitioner, 24 Exeter st 
Williams Thomas, hatter, Exeter st n of Ilillen 
Williams A. stove maker, 45 Light st 
f Williams Catherine, Salisbury alley e of Exeter st 
JWilliams Thomas, labourer, Gay ste of Mott 
t Williams Maria, cor Pearl and Saratoga sts 
t Williams Polly, washer.Harford road n of the Church 
tWilliams William, drayman, Howard st extended 
JWilliams mrs. washer, 74 s Howard street 
tWilliams Elias, labourer, Potter stnofl'itt 
tWilliams Pluto, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Pratt st 
jWilliams Absalom, Strawberry alley n of Pratt st 
|WiIliams Nancy, huckster. East st n of Douglass 
tWilliams Spindler, carter, East st n of Douglass 
tWilliams Susan, Eutaw st s of Conway 
tWilliams Julia, Park lane extended 
JWilliams Levinia, Eutaw st opposite Barre 
tWilliams Ephraim, Caroline st n of Pratt 
JWilliams Lewis, labourer, Chatsworth st n of George 
TWilliams Isaac, wagoner, Herring alley n of Stiles st 
tWilliams Elisha, S?lisbury st n side near Harford run 
tWilliams Abram, bill poster, 86 Ensor street 
tWilliams Mary, washer, Hull's lane 2 doors w of Aisquith st 
tWilliams Darby, St. Mary st w of Ross 
tWilliams Jeffry, sawyer, Strawberry alley n of Fleet st 
tWilliams John, waiter, Biddle alley w of Ross street 
tWilliams Ann, grocer, Conway st"e of Charles 
JWilliams Isaac, labourer, Biddle alley w of Ross st 
tWilliams George, Bounty alley 
tWilliams Samuel, waiter, Mulberrj st w of Pearl 
tWilliams Richard, w end Baltimore street 
tWilliams Ann, Washington Square n of Baltimore st 
tWilliams Henry, labourer, Forest st n of Douglass 
tWilliams Ann, Peach alley w of Pearl street 
tWilliams Anthony, labourer, Sugar alley 
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Williamson Charles, drayman, Saratoga st near Park 
Williamson Jas. ship carpenter, vv Falls av near drawbridge, 

dw Block street near Wills 
Williamson James P. apothecary, cor Holliday st & Orange al 
Williamson George, attorney at law, cor St. Paul <fc Fayette 

sts- dw Calvert st n of Lexington 
Williamson Charles A. 62 n Charles street 
Williamson Jno. carpenter, Salisbury st s side near Har. run 
Williamson Andrew, Preston st w of Ross 
Williamson William, cor Happy alley &, Alice Anna street 
f Williamson Lucy, shop keeper, 37 n Liberty st 
Williamson James, ship carpenter, 28 Block street 
Williar Andrew, inspector of hides, Wine st e of Eden 
Willig George jr. music store, 155 Baltimore street 
Willig Wingate, Spring street s of Gough 
twilling James, sawyer, Strawberry alley n of Wi]k st 
Willis John, gardner, 2 Pine street 
Willis Henry, sea captain, 87 Ann street 
tWillis Letty, Run alley s of Lexington street 
Willisworth T. bricklayer and plaisterer, Pitt st e of Eden 
Wilmer John W. com. mt. over 5 Bovvley's whf. dw 110 Han- 
Willis Thomas, gardner, Lexington st extended [over st 
Willis Wm. grocer, Neck road Canton 
Wills Philip, shoemaker, Low st betw Exeter & Potter sts 
Wills John, Wilk street e of Exeter 
tWilley William, porter, Apple alley s of Baltimore st 
Wilmer Wm. carpenter, 10 Thomson street 
Wilmer L. A. printer, 26 Exeter street 
{Wilmer Isabella, washer, Low st e of Aisquith 
Wills Walter, hatter, Canal st s of York 
Wilson William, watchman, n w cor Pearl and Saratoga sts 
Wilson George, coppersmith, 21 Water st w of the Market 
Wilson Peter, clothier, n e cor Pratt and South sts.; dw Cam- 
den st near the City Spring 
Wilson Wm. tavern keeper, s w cor Pratt and Patterson sts 
Wilson David, flour mt. 38 M'Elderry's wharf; dw 40 Front 

street n of Pitt 
Wilson & Peterkin, mts. 51 s Gay St., dw Thos. W. e Balti- 
more st 6 York buildings 
Wilson mrs Mary, 6 s Gay street 
Wilson Robert, plasterer, 103 n Eutaw st 
Wilson George, shoe store, 11 e Baltimore st 
Wilson Lanslot, shoemaker, Gough st e of Eden 
Wilson James, grocery and liquor store, cor Ross St St Mary 
Wilson Joseph, huckster, York avenue 
Wilson James, carter, corner Richmond and Tyson sts 
Wilson Ann, 31 German street 
Wilson John, carpenter, Holland st w p 
Wilson William, Barre st near Sharp 
Wilson John P. constable, 49 e Liberty street 



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Wilson Thomas, Lexington st near Courtland 

Wilson George, seaman, 14 Ann street 

Wilson Ann, boarding house, Ann st n of Lancaster 

Wilson James A. Exeter street n of Baltimore 

Wilson Joseph, grocer, Exeter st s of Low 

Wilson Tower, labourer, Spring street n of Gough 

Wilson Thomas, clothing store, 6 w Pratt st 

Wilson N. clothing store, 19 w Pratt street 

Wilson G. B. & Co. flour dealers, cor Pratt st & Smith's whf; 

dw G, B. W. 19 s Howard st 
Wilson James, merchant, dw 20Holliday st 
Wilson John M. tavern keeper, Light st near Mercer 
Wilson Mary, 24 Hanover street 
Wilson Robert, attorney, 137 n Eutaw street 
Wilson John, baker, East street n of Pitt 
Wilson John J. plasterer, 103 n Eutaw st 
Wilson Luther, dw Pearl street n of Lexington 
Wilson mrs Mary, Jackson street s side 
Wilson mrs Ann, Jackson street n side 
-Wilson John K. Orleans ste of Friendship 
Wilson Wm. R. tinner, 10 n Gay st o t 
Wilson John, weaver, Preston street near Ross 
Wilson Wm. grocer and flour mt. 28 Franklin St.; dw Eutaw 
Wilson Eliza, Baltimore st e of Cove [n of Franklin 

Wilson Louisa, teacher, Baltimore st w of Pine; dw Fayette 

street w of Pine 
Wilson Jane, seamstress, n e corner Alice Anna &. Wolf sts 
Wilson Ann, boarding house, s w cor Strawberry alley and 
Wi'son mrs Elizabeth, 9 Fleet st [Fleet st 

Wilson Samuel, grocer, Shakspear st w of Market 
Wilson Thomas W. grocer, York avenue 
Wilson Catherine, seamstress, French st opposite High 
Wilson James, tailor, 105 Ensor street 

Wilson Greenbury, meal seller, Harford road n of lumb. yard 
Wilson John, tavern keeper, Caroline st n of Wilk 
Wilson Robert, jr. att. at law, Fayette st e of St Paul 
Wilson James, shingle shaver, Light st bet Montgomery and 
Wilson Robt. cooper, Henrietta st near Light [Hughes sts 
Wilson John, grocer, 56 Baltimore street 
Wilson John, jr. carpenter, 47 Market street 
Wilson Robert, deputy sheriff, Aisquith st n of Monument 
Wilson Peter, Camden st near the Fountain 
Wilson Francis, ship carpenter, Wolf st n of Thames 
Wilson Wm. St Sons, shipping mts. 105 Baltimore st 
Wilson Susannah, Aisquith st n of Monument 
Wilson Richard, sawyer, Carpenter's alley near Eutaw st 
Wilson Mary P. Cove st w of Paca 
Wilson O. labourer, Guilford alley near Charles st 
Wilson William, turner, York st near Light 
Wilson Sophia, Hill st near Hanover 

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Wilson Caleb, cedar cooper, Park st 2 doors above Lexington 

Wilson James, grocer, n e cor Howard and Franklin sts 

Wilson Samuel, paint shop, Pleasant st near Park 

Wilson mrs Hannah, Saratoga st near Park 

Wilson Wesley, Ann st n of Alice Anna 

Wilson David, flour mt. Dugan's whf; d\v 40 Front st 

Wilson G. B. flour mt. 19 s Howard street 

Wilson David S. Lexington st near Courtland 

tWilson Rosetta, n Calvert st bet Pleasant and Saratoga 

tWilson Joseph P. grocer, n vv cor Sharp and German sts 

tWilson Abraham, labourer, Granby st near the Falls 

j Wilson Samuel, waiter, Peirce st vv of Pearl 

tWilson Henry, labourer, Harford av n of Church st 

tWilson Benj. labourer, Harford av n of Church st 

tWilson Rachael, Sugar alley near Charles st 

tWilson Andrew, Eden st n of Wilk 

tWilson James, shoemaker, Bond st n of Wilk 

{Wilson Samuel, waiter, Carpenter's alley 

tWilson Wm. porter, 1 Lerew's alley 

tWilson Frederick B. porter, 68 East street 

tWilson Flora, washer, Happy alley n of Alice Anna st 

tWilson Stephen, plasterer, Peirce st w of Pearl 

tWilson James, grain carrier, Strawberry alley n of Pratt st 

tWilson Daniel, plasterer, Mulberry st w of Pearl 

J Wilson Wm. labourer, Wine st w of Pine 

tWilson Adam, sawyer, 4 Forest st n of Douglass 

tWilson Comfort, washer, Aisquith st s of Jefferson 

tWilson Thos. porter, Eager alley near Mulberry st 

Wilt Jacob, sawyer, Biddle alley w of Ross st 

Wimmel George, constable, Baltimore st e of Eden 

Winans Ross, engineer, Fayette st w of Pine 

Winchester Sam'l C. carpenter, n w cor Pratt and Eutaw sts 

Winchester Geo. attorney at law, Fayette st near St Paul 

Winchester Hiram, lecturing seminary, 10 n Frederick st & 

17 Harrison st 
Winchester SamueJ, lottery and exchange office, n w cor of 

Baltimore and North sts.; dw 64 n Charles st 
Winchester Wm. of Water Co. 3 Waterloo row, Calvert st 
Winchester Oliver F. stock manufacturer, 3 Sharp st 
Winchester Thos. ship carpenter, Gough st s of Pratt 
Winchester mrs Debora, Gough st w of Spring 
Winchester Edmund, jr. dw Hanover st near Lombard 
Winchester mrs Elizabeth, Exeter st n of York 
Winckleman Frederick, well digger, 101 s Eutaw st 
Winder Charles, Cove street extended [caster 

Wineberen John, tavern &. boarding house, Bond st s of Lan- 
Winehart Fred'k, grocer, Gay st opposite Mott 
Winterbolhem Thos. sawyer, near cor Star alley & Gough st 
Wingate mrs Temperance, boarding house, 93 Hanover st 
Winks Catherine, butter dealer, Harford road n e side 

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Winn Christopher, 18 Barnet st 

Winn Elisha, tavern keeper, 13 Fish market 

Winn William & John, grocers, Franklin st w of Paca; dw 

Win, W. Pearl st n of Mulberry 
Winneberger George, gilder, 49 n Sharp st 
JWinsey Wm. brickmaker, Low st w of Aisquith 
Winslow George, com mt and grocer, 10 Light st whf.; drr 

Hill street near Light 
Winslow John, collector, s w corner Fleet and Market sts 
Winston Thomas, Homespun alley 
Winter Gabriel, 79 s Sharp st 

Winter Samuel, carpenter, Sugar alley near Light st 
Winter Mary, Saratoga st near Eager alley 
Winterfielu Wm. cabinet maker, 2 Forest st n of Douglass 
Winwood Thomas, 118 Lombard street 
Wiperd Joseph, rope maker, West street 
Wirgman mrs Sarah S. St. Paul st s of Franklin 
Wirgman mrs Rebecca M. Courtland st near Saratoga 
Wirt John A. Peoples' line stages office for Wheeling, 2 s 

Calvert street 
Wirts George, carpet weaver, s e cor Columbia & Eutaw sts 
Wise R. R. edge tool manu. 17 Commerce st. dw Pratt st 
Wise John, comb maker, Ensor st n of Monument 
Wise Elizabeth, 9 Grant street 

Wise George, blacksmith, 229 n Howard st [merce street 
Wise Tuily R. blacksmith, Pratt st e of Gough, shop Corn- 
Wise John, piano forte maker, over 166 Baltimore st 
Wise James, painter, Mulberry st w of Pearl 
Wise John, ship joiner, 52 Fleet street 
tWise Polly Wolf st n of Gough 
Wisebaugh Martin, paver, Mott st e side 
Wisehample, John F. printer and publisher of Fell's Point 

Messenger, 9 Shakspear st 
Wisham John, weigher of hay, 17 Thomson street 
Wisler Samuel, Hollins street w p 
Wittle Honour, huckster, Paca st n of Franklin 
Woelper Thomas S. treasurer of Fell's Point Savings Institu- 
tion, Thames street w of Market 
Woelper mrs Mary, Thames st w of Ann 
Wolf John, tavern keeper, Water st e of the market 
Wolf Henry, victualler, cor Scott & Columbia streets 
Wolf A. B. attorney at law, Courthouse lane, dw 80 s Charles 
Wolf Jacob, bricklayer, 85 s Howard street 
Wolf Wm. H. brass founder, Bank st w of Eden 
Wolf Margaret, 83 s Howard street 
Wolf Daniel, carpenter, Franklin st w of Chatsworth 
Wolf Jefferson, pump maker, cor Eager alley &, Saratoga st 
Wolf Marcus, victualler, Britton st s w of Neighbour 
Wolfe W T m. carpenter, Aisquith st s of McElderry 
Wolfenden mrs Catherine, Peirce st e of Cove 



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Wolfenden mis Catherine, spooler, Mulberry st e of Cove 

tWolford Kitty, washer, 27 Lerevv's alley 

jWolfred Bartholomew, brick maker, Cross st near William 

Wollet Joshua, grocer, 28 Pitt street 

Wolter Frederick, carpenter, Moore alley w of Eutaw st 

Wolters Dr. Hendrick, Pine st w side n of Fayette street 

Wolters George, Chats worth st n of George 

Wonderly Won. China store, cor Mott and Gay sts [alley 

Wonderly Jacob, hackman & harness maker, Chamberlain 

Wood & Levering, grocers and com. mts. 9 Pratt st wharf 

Wood Peter, tallow chandler, betw Ensor & Sterling streets 

Wood Augustus.seaman 4 Block street [e side Ensor st 

Wood Nicholas L. general agent, Green st n of Lombard 

Wood Charles, granite worker, German st near Green 

Wood Charlotte Green st n of Lombard 

Wood Charles & Co. granite stone cutters, Pratt st w of Green 

Wood capt John, n e cor Apple alley and Pratt st 

Wood Thomas H. carpenter, York st near Charles 

Wood Joshua, shoe maker, Orleans st 2 doors w of Eden 

Woodlin Charles, labourer, York st near Charles 

Woodman John, carpenter, 49 Camden street 

Woods Edward, Franklin st extended 

Woods mrs. grocer, Centre st near Richmond 

Woods Charles, rigger, Argyle alley s of Alice Anna st 

Woods Luther, carpenter, dw Green st n of German, shop 

German street w of Paca 
Woods Samuel, hatter, Exeter st s of French 
Woods Jeptha, carpenter, Green st n of Conway 
Woods Wm. feed store, 17 Perm, avenue 
Woods John W. printer, cor Baltimore & Light sts. dw Gay 

street w of Aibquith 
Woods John, soap boiler, cor Canal & Bank sts 
Woodail William A. pump maker, Pearl st n of Mulberry 
Woodall Wm. A. sen. pump maker, 127 Pearl st 
Woodail Samuel, pump maker, Saratoga st w of Pine 
Wooden Solomon carpenter, Saratoga st w of Cove 
Woodruff Mary, shop keeper, Harford road n of the Church 
Wooddy William, printer, 6 s Calvert st opp. Union Bank 
Woodman John, n e cor Argyle alley & Fleet st 
Woods Susan C. confectioner, 122 Hanover st 
Woods Patrick, weaver, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 
Woods John, Fayette st extended 

JWoods Samuel, musician, Low st betw Exeter and Potter 
Woodside Wm. S. 114 s Sharp street 
Woodward George P. dry goods mts. 100 High st 
Woodward mrs jane, Caroline st n of Baltimore 
Woodward Thomas, laveru &. livery stables keeper, sign of 

White! horse, n side Swan street 
Woodward Nicholas R. fountain livery stables, Fayette street 
near Charles, & 29 Hanover street 
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Woodward Wra. carpenter, 31 New*Church street 
Woodward William, firm Jones & Woodward, 39 Fayette st 
Woodward mrs Ann, East st s of French 
Woodward Thomas, cordwainer, Zell alley n of Mulberry st 
Woodward Thomas, boot & shoe maker, German street near 
Woodsworth Susan, Eutaw st n of Camden [Hanover 

Woodyear mrs T. cor Holliday st and Orange alley 
Woollen Zachariah, firm Rowland &, Woolen, dw 127 s 

Charles street 
Woollen Thomas, cooper, cor Commerce and Cable sts. dw 
Woollen Jas. cooper, 14 Mulberry st [Green st near Pratt 
Woollen Robinson, cooper, 19 Exeter street 
Workman John, carpenter, Monument st w of Har. run 
Worley Catherine, Baltimore st w of Cove 
Worthington Charles, agent for Washington & Georgetown 

steamboats, dw 129 s Charles street 
•Worthington mrs Eutaw st opposite Lee 
Wren mr. collector, Camden st near Hanover Bazaar 
Wright John R. wholesale and retail dry goods mt. 2 Centre 
Wright Lorenzo, shoemaker, Aisquith stnof Low [M. space 
Wright Wm. C. hatter, 7 Grant street 
Wright Mary, Chamberlain alley near Eutaw street 
Wright Edward, exporter of oysters, dw Small Court near 

Charles street City Spring 
Wright Henry, rail road agent, Barre st near Charles 
Wright John S. cordwainer, Long alley n of New st 
Wright Jame^, blacksmith, Montgomery st n of Charles 
Wright Joel, bookbinder, cor Fayette and Howard sts. dw 

Jefferson row 
Wright W. C. boot maker, Homespun alley 
Wright Ann, nnoress, Bank st w of Pitt 

Wright H. agent Baltimore St Wheeling transportation com- 
pany, n e cor Howard and German sts 
Wright Wm, watchmaker, Gay st vv of Aisquith 
Wright Peter, weaver, Neighbour st s side running from Har. 
Wright Martha. Caroline st s of Wilk [to York avenue 

Wright Dr. Thomas H. 71 Fayette street 
Wright Lloyd, shoe maker, Eden st n of Pitt 
Wright James, labourer, 19 Philpot st 

Wright Luther, carpenter St shingle shaver, Aisquith st n of 
tWright Edward, drayman, Bank st n side o t [Pitt 

jWright John, brickmaker, Sugar alley 
JWright James, porter. Lerew's alley 
tWright Ann, washer, Columbia st betw Eutaw and Paca 
t Wright Dorsey, labourer, SO Ensor street 
^Wright Ann, huckster, Low st betw High and Front 
tWright Wm. Long alley s of Frankin st [Hanover sts 

+ Wright Robert, labourer, Welcome alley betw Sharp and 
Wrighter Peter, brickmaker, commons n of Spring Gardens 
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Wrine Wm. grocer, Water st betvv Grant and Light sts 

Wrightson John, ship carpenter, 63 Alice Anna st 

Wrotten David, shipwright, near cor Starr al. fy Gough st 

Wyatt Rev. Dr. Saratoga st opposite Liberty 

Wyatt Win. bnckrhaker, Spring st n of Gough 

Wyeth Charles, n Charles st 3 doors s of Pleasant 

Wyeth and Norris, fancy dry goods mis. 1734 Baltimore st 

Wylie Win. weaver, Cove street s of Franklin 

Wyman Edward, Gay street e of Mott 

Wyman John, do do 

Wyman Samuel &, co. domestic warehouse, 214 Baltimore st 

dw Pleasant near Charles 
Wyrough John, shoemaker, 38 Thames st 
Wysham John, hay weigher, 17 Thomsen st 
Wysham Ezekiel C. flour merchant, Fayette st w of Eutaw 

store, s e corner Paca and Baltimore sts 
Wynn Christopher, watch and clock maker, 222£ Balto. st 
Wyvill M. D. merchant tailor, 111 Baltimore st 

JLaNPI rev. II. St Mary's college. Penn avenue n of Frank- 
lin street 

iAGER Elizabeth, s e corner M'Elderry and Canal sts 
Yager Joseph, granite worker, 19 Park st 
Yamm Wm. pilot, Alice Anna st e of Ann 
Yaten Henry, shoemaker, Aisquith st n of Holland 
Yates John, hardware and iron dealer, 30 e Pratt street, dw 

n w corner Pratt and High sts 
Yates G. W. 113 Gav st ot 
Yates Dr. John L. 74 Exeter st 
Yeakel Conrad, baker, 42 South st 
Yearly Alexander, of Bank of Baltimore, 77 Green st 
Yearly Wm. cabinet maker, Gough st e of Strange alley 
Yearly Wm. H. cabinet maker, Caroline st s of Bank 
Yearly Wm. cooper, Wagon alley near Park st 
Yeatman John W. saddler, corner Pitt and Exeter sts 
Yenrick John, sugar refiner, Zell alley n of Mulberry st 
Yeo Alexander, printer, Strawberry alley n of Bank st 
Yost Wm. shoe store, Pratt st 3d door e of Eutaw, dw rear of 

three tuns tavern 
Youce George, carpenter, Hillen st e of Potter 
Youce John P. 29 Exeter st 

Young Joshua A. ship joiner, over 55 Centre Market space 
Young Wm. Jr. commission merchant, 72 Bowly's wharf, dw 

31 Harrison street 
Yoong Wm. Henry, comb maker, Eden st s of Orleans 
Young Archibald, cordwainer, Lee st bet. Light and Charles 
Young Thomas, tavern keeper, w side Patterson st 2 doors s 

of Pratt 
Young Men's paper, Baltimore, office over n e cor Sharp and 
Young Samuel, 30 St Paul st Baltimore sts 

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Young Jehu, proprietor hand tavern, Paca st n of Lexington 

Young Melinda, Green st n of Paca 

Young John jr. carpenter, 7 Temple st 

Young Wm. G. tinner, 44 Franklin st 

Young Clark & carpenters, Baltimore st near Cove s side 

Young James, printer, Eden st s of Gough 

Young John J. lieutenant night watch, 147 Bond st 

Young Wm. carpenter, Aisquith st n of Orleans 

Young mrs Sophia, midwife, 103 Camden st 

Young Charles M. tailor, Garden st near Howard 

Young Stephen, carter, Eager alley near Mulberry it 

Young Mar j 7 , 15 Saratoga st 

Young mrs Rebecca, Argyle alley n of Lancaster et 

Young William, mate, Argyle alley s of Bank st 

Young Rebecca, milliner, High st n of Water 

Young John sen. carpenter, 8 High st shop Plowman st 

Young James L. carpenter, 8 High st do 

Young Wm. com. mt. Bowly's wharf, d\v 14 Albemarle st 

tYoung Perry, porter, Mulberry st near Park 

tYoung Jacob, white washer, Douglass st e of East 

tYoung Lucy, 5 seamstress,Jefferson st 2d door c of Short 

tYoung Benjamin, brickmaker, Eutaw st opposite Barre 

tYoung Martha, huckster, Low st e of Aisquith 

tYoung Stephen, carter, Sarah Ann st w of Cove 

Younger mr. bailiff, Sarah Ann st e of Cove 

Younger Henry, labourer, Park lane extended 

Younger Daniel, seaman, Montgomery st near William 

Younger Richard, n Howard st near Monument 

Youngman John, labourer, Ross st s of St Mary 

Younker Albert, chair maker, 32 AVater st e of Commerce 

Younker Elizabeth, s w corner Pitt and East sts 

Youse George, carpenter, Chamberlain alley n side 

ZACHERY Alexander, pilot, Fleet st e of Washington 

Zachery Wm. pilot, Bond st s of Gough 

Zane Peter, cooper, Commerce st near Cable 

Zeagler John, 86 Conway st 

Zeagler Mary, 84 Conway st 

Zell mrs. Susquehannah rail road near city limits 

Zell Peter, victualler, w end Baltimore st 

Zell John, constable, Long alley s of Saratoga st 

Zeigler Elizabeth, upholsterer, 48 n Frederick st 

Zentz Andrew, grocer, Lexington st e of Green 

Zimmerman George, cedar cooper, Peirce st e of Cove 

Zimmerman Jacob, wheelwright, Franklin st w of Eutaw 

Zimmerman Isaac, grocery and feed store, n w corner of Bal- 

Zimmerman Wm. S. Exeter st n of Wilk [timore and Cove 

Zane Sophia, grocer, Camden st near Hanover 

Zinkand Joseph, shoe maker, Strawberry al n of Alice Anna 

Zody John, Green st. s of Franklin 

Zwisle Pius, grocer, s e corner Douglass and Potter sts 

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REMOVALS, CHANGES, &c. 

Allan John, Mathematical instrument maker, Salisbury st 

near Exeter 
American Life insurance and Trust Company, office 136 

Baltimore sireet 
Anderson Franklin, attorney at law, Calvert st adjoining the 

Mechanics' Bank 
Atchison George, grocer, s Charles st 2 doors from Camden 
Baer Dr. M. S. Lombard st e of Hanover n side 
Bailey William, slater, Front st near Low 
Baldwin A. C. 63 s Calvert st 
Beard John, constable, 164 Hanover street 
Brevoort John Augustus, dental Surgeon, 42 n Charles st 
Brown &, Muncaster, dry goods merchants, 130 Balto. st. 
Bull Edmund, printer, cor Mulberry stand Zell alley 
Chamberlain John CJadies' boot and shoemaker, 14 n Lib- 
erty street 
Cochrane Richard, tea dealer and grocer, S8n Howard st 
Conway M. dry goods merchant, Hoiliday st opp. brewery 
Crook George A. grocer and commission int. £0 Piatt st 
Culbertson Martin, cabinet maker, Saratoga st betw Paca & 

Green sts 
Darden Stephen, city bailiff, Columbia street 
De Selding Charles, proprietor Baltimore Museum, corner of 
Calvert and Baltimore sts dw. Lexington st near Pine; 
Deville Madame, ladies' hair dresser,&, wig maker, 4 South st 
Dobbin George W. office CourtJand street 
Donovan Richard, inn keeper, n w cor Long al. & Luisiana st 
Dudley John L. proprietor & conductor of the Observatory 

and Telegraph, dw 106 Light street 
Dukehart Henry, cabinet manufactory, 24 Harrison st 
Evans Hugh Da vey, attorney at !aw,Fayette st near the bridge 
Exchange Reading Rooms are conducted by a comrnitte of 

merchants, at Exchange buildings 
Fant and Sutton, dry goods merchants, 223 Baltimore st 
Fowler S. L. & Brothers, 170 Baltimore street 
Gill R. W. Baltimore st next to Hargrove's Church 
Goldsborough William I. clerk, dw 13 Jackson street 
Goodwin mrs J. G. Washington square opposite the 
Battle Monument [Comet street 

Hagerty John, second hand clothing store, Second street, dw 
Hall Major Henry, Lexington st sside betw Pine & Cove sts 
Harlan Reuben S. teacher, 9 Lexington st 
Heald Jncob, & Co. tobacconists,44 n Gay st & 2 Spear's whf 
Hinman Davidson and co. wine and liquor merchants, 30 

Light street wharf 
Hutcbings E. & Co. Indian rubber & water proof cloth ware- 
house, 110 Baltimore st up stairs 
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lnemer Peter N. collector,. 6 Mulberry street 

Ives Nelson R. Thomsonian Dr. 19 Water street 

Jenkins William V. Exeter st near Elbow Jane 

Judlin J. F. and .1. Ryland, upholsterers and paper hangers, 

Calvert st 3 doors s of Baltimore 
Kennedy John P. atty. at law, office Fayette st near U. Bank 
Kernan Charles, justice of peace, Hanover st opp. Market 
Kettlewell and Wilson, grocers, cor Pratt and Commerce sts 
Knighton Thomas, constable, Aisquith st n of Orleans 
Larrabee Ephraim, dw Lemon st betw Eutaw &, Green 
Lisle Samuel, carpet weaver, Granby st w of the run 
Long Henry, printer, Temple st betw Baltimore &» Pitt 
Long R. C. architect, s e room of City library building, en- 
trance Fayette st 
Mache Benjamin, constable, Paca st near 3 Tuns Tavern 
Magee's J. academy, Hillen st between High and Front 
Mangin Charles A. De s w cor of Hillen and Front sts 
Mann George Benjamin, tin & iron plate worker, Market 

space s of Water street s side 
McKenzie Thomas, saddlery store, 178 Baltimore street 
Moale John C. merchant, 95 Bowley's wharf, up stairs, dvv 

Monument Square, e side 2 doors s of Lexington st 
Moale William A. & Brothers, commission merchants, 95 

Bowley's wharf 
Moale William A. firm of W. A. Moale & Brothers, Pleasant 

st s side betw Charles and St. Paul 
Moale Richard H. firm W. A. Moale & Brothers, dw Pleas- 
ant street s side between St. Paul and Charles sts 
Moreland and Spalding, dry goods merchants, lOBalto. st 
Morris Morris, shoe maker, Balto. st e of Presbyterian church 
Muller James, blockmaker, Ann st 2 doors from Wilk st f p 
Muller James, blockmaker, Ann st 2d door from Wilk f p. 
Neilson Thomas N. mt. counting house Second st adjoining 

the Exchange 
G'Conner mrs. music teacher, Lexington st near Charles 
Quail George Q. hatter, 158 Baltimore st 
Ridgely mrs Eliza G. proprietor infant school, 49 sHoward st 
Rittenhouse S. B. 8 Canal st. School inter. Hillen & French 
Rogers Joseph, pump maker, Green st e side betw Lexing- 
ton and Fayette sts 
Schroeter Charles, clockmaker, rear of 36 Water street 
Seidenstricker Frederick, tobacconist, cor Hawk st &• Marsh 

Market space 
Shane Joseph, justice of peace and police office, Calvert st 

opposite Water 
Smith George, city bailiff, cor Light st and Sugar alley 
Smith & Grier, Drs. chemists and druggists, 105 w Pratt st 
Sparks Thomas H. grocer, 70 s Calvert st 
Spurrier Beale & Nelson, conveyancers, n side Baltimore st 
between Calvert and St Paul, up stairs 
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Stimson John K. oil, soap and candle store, 16 s Calvert st 

Summers Jacob, Britton st near Monument 

Tilden Thomas E. merchant tailor, 181 Baltimore st 

Tutts and Schetler, 32 s Charles street 

Turner and Wheelwright, paper merchants, 30 s Charles st 

Vansant & Wright, hatters, 158 Baltimore st - 

Walsh P. teacher, Saratoga st opposite Dutch church 

Waters R. milliner, Frederick st 2 doors n of Baltimore 

Weightman William H. cor of Water st and Market space 

Wiggins L. H. trimmings store, 12 Harrison st 

Wilks James, nursery and seedsman, Lexington st w of Cove 

Young Frederick, printer, East Front st. betvv. Pitt and Low. 






A CATALOGUE 



Avenues, Streets, Lanes, Alleys, Squares, Markets, 
and Wharves, 

IN THE CITY OF BALTIMORE, 

As enlarged by the Commissioners appointed by the Legislature 
of Maryland, and laid down by their Surveyor, Thomas H. 

PorPLETON. 



STREETS. 



Adams frf>m W B Line 


Aisquith N 


E John 


Aisquith 


E Baltimore 


Albemarle 


Plowman 


Alice Anna 


Union Dock 


Allen 


Winder 


Amity 


Saratoga 


Andre 


Patapsco River 


Armistead 


do 


Amstrong 


do 


Ann 


N W Branch 


Arundle 


Ostend 


Baker 


W B Line 


Balderston 


Light 


Baltimore 


E B Line 


Bank 


Exeter 


Barclay Great 


E Falls avenue 


Barclay Little 


E Falls avenue 


Barnet 


N Charles 


Barney 


Middle Branch 


Barre 


S Cove 


Bath 


N Calvert 


Bayard 


James 


Bayley 


Patapsco River 


Beason 


N W Branch 


Belle Air avenue 


E Monument 


Belt 


Warren 


Belvidere 


N Biddle 


Benjamin 


Patapsco R. 


Bentalou 


Gwinn's Falls 


Biddle 


George 


Block 


W Falls avenue 


Bloom 


N Carey 


Bolton 


Biddle 


Bond 


N Branch 


Bowly 


E Market sp. wtaf. 



Chatsworth 
rt NB Line 

Harford avenue 

City Dock 

E B Line 

N W Branch 

Ramsay 

N W Branch 
do 
do 

N B Line 

Middle Branch 
N B Line 

Grant 
W B Line 
E B Line 
N B Line 
Eager 
N Sharp 
Lawrence 
Light-st wharf 
French 

Middle Branch 
N W Branch 
NW Branch 
N B Line 
Donaldson 
York avenue 
N W Branch 
Vv B Line 
E B Line 
Thames 
N B Line 
N B Line 
N B Line 
W Falls avenue 



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Boyle from "Webster to N W Branch 


Brune 


Franklin 


Adams 


Beuren 


Madison 


French 


Burke 


N W Branch 


N B Line 


Burrows 


Clagett 


N W Branch 


Bush 


James 


Middle Branch 


Butler 


Webster 


N W Branch 


Byrd 


West 


Patapsco River 


Cable 


Commerce 


Spear's wharf 


Calhoun 


James 


N B Line 


Calvert 


Pratt 


do 


Canal Great 


Harford avenue 


City Dock 


Canal Little 


E Lanvale 


N B Line 


Camden 


S Paca 


Light st wharf 


Cannon 


N W Branch 


N B Line 


Canton 


N W Branch 


NB Line 


Carey 


James 


do 


Caroline 


Dock 


do 


Carroll 


Gwinn's Falls 


Cross 


Cathedral 


Mulberry 


N B Line 


Centre 


N Howard 


French 


Charles 


N B Line 


Middle Branch 


Chase 


Cathedral 


E B Line 


Chatham 


W B Line 


James 


Chatsworth 


W Lexington 


Cove 


Cheap side 


E Water 


E Pratt 


Chesapeake 


N W Branch 


N B Line 


Chestnut 


E Market S whf. 


Union wharf 


Chester 


N W Branch 


N B Line 


Chew 


Stirling 


E B Line 


Choptank 


N W Branch 


N B Line 


Clagett 


Lawrence 


Neale 


Clare 


James 


Middle Branch 


Clement 


S Sharp 


Fort M'Henry 


Clemm 


Boyle 


do 


Cole 


W B Line 


James 


Colt 


E Oliver 


N B Line 


Columbia 


SPaca 


Washington av 


Comet 


Aisquith 


Pitt 


Commerce 


E Water 


Basin 


Concord 


Fish Market Sp. 


Wilkes 


Conn 


Wilks 


Locust 


Constitution Great Belvidere 


Truxton 


Constitution Little Madison 


French 


Conway 


Cove 


Light st wharf 


Cooke 


W B Line 


Cove 


Cookse 


Patapsco R. 


N W Branch 


Courtland 


Lexington 


Franklin 


Cove 


Pennsylvania av. 


S Eutaw 


Covington 


N W Branch 


Donaldson 


Covington Place 


S end Covington 


st 


Cox 


N W Branch 


N VV Branch 


Cromwell 


Middle Branch 


Patapsco R. 



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STREETS. 




Cross from Ramsey to N W Branch 


Cumberland 


N Calhoun 


N B Line 


David 


Patapsco R. 


N W Branch 


Davis 


E Lexington 


E Centre 


Decatur 


Patapsco R. 


N W Branch 


Decker 


W Chase 


N B Line 


Dillon 


N W Branch 


E B Line 


Division 


W Biddle 


N B Line 


Dock 


Draw Bridge 


Bond 


Dolphin 


Cove and Adams 


W Oliver 


Donaldson 


Middle Branch 


Patapsco R. 


Dorsey 


do 


do 


Douglass 


Exeter 


Aisquith 


Eager 


Cathedral 


E B Line 


East 


French 


Baltimore 


East avenue 


N B Line 


N W Branch 


Eagle 


W B Line 


James 


Eden 


Harford avenue 


City Dock 


Ellicott 


W Pratt 


W Water 


Elliott 


N W Branch 


E B Line 


Elk 


James 


Middle Branch 


Elm 


W Townsend 


N B Line 


Emory 


German 


Columbia 


Ensor 


NGay 


N B Line 


Etting 


Preston 


Baker 


Eutaw 


W Biddle 


Middle Branch 


Exeter 


French 


City Dock 


Exchange 


Second 


E Water 


Falls 


E Falls avenue 


Constitution 


Falls avenue 


E & W City Dock N B Line 


Fawn 


President 


Exeter 


Fayette 


W B Line 


N Gay 


Federal 


Cathedral 


E B Line 


Fell 


Thames 


N W Branch 


Ferry 


Middle Branch 


Patapsco R. 


Fleet 


E Falls avenue 


E B Line 


Forest 


E John 


N Canal 


Fountain 


Washington 


Chester 


Fort 


Middle Branch 


Jackson 


Fort avenue- 


Jackson 


Fort M'Henry 


Franklin 


W B Line 


W Falls avenue 


Frederick 


Pratt 


N Gay 


Frederick avenue 


W Baltimore 


W B Line 


French 


Bath and Front 


Forest 


Front 


Bath and French 


E Water 


Fulton 


James 


N B Line 


Gaines 


Patapsco R. 


N W Branch 


Garden 


W Madison 


N B Line 


Garrett 


Patapsco R 


N W Branch 


Gates 


Warren 


Patapsco R. 


Gay 


E Pratt 


E Monument 


George 


Pennsylvania av. 


N Cove 


German Great 


S Cove 


S Sharp 



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STREETS. 




German L, from 


S Sharp to 


S Charles 


Gibson 


Biddle 


N B Line 


Gilmor 


James 


N Calhoun 


Gist 


N B Line 


N W Branch 


Gold 


N Calhoun 


N B Line 


Goodloe 


W B Line 


Cove 


Gough 


Granby 


E B Line 


Granby 


E Falls avenue 


S Canal 


Grant 


W Baltimore 


W Prati 


Greene 


Franklin 


Welcome alley 


Greenwillow 


Chatsworth 


Pennsylvania av 


IGrundy 


Biddle 


N B Line 


Gunpowder 


James 


Middle Branch 


Guilford 


South 


Franklin lane 


Hall 


West 


Patapsco R. 


Hamburg 


Cross 


N W Branch 


Hamilton 


Park 


Hargrove alley 


Hamstead Great 


Bond 


E B Line 


Hamstead Little 


Canal 


Bond 


Hammond 


Middle Branch 


Patapsco R. 


Hanover 


W Baltimore 


Middle Branch 


Haw 


S Cove 


Emory 


Hawk 


E Centre M. Sp. 


Falls avenue 


Harford avenue 


Forest 


N B Line 


Harper 


Patapsco R. 


N W Branch 


Harrison 


Baltimore 


N Gay 


Haubert 


Patapsco R 


N W Branch 


Heath 


Middle Branch 


Webste 


Henrietta 


Light 


Warrenr 


Henry 


N W Branch 


Patapsco R. 


Herkimer 


Gwinn's Falls 


James 


High 


French 


Wilks 


Hill 


S Howard 


Light 


Hillen 


E Falls avenue 


Monument 


Hoffman 


Chatsworth 


E B Line 


Holland 


Aisqusth 


Pitt 


Holliday 


Baltimore 


Monument 


Hollins 


W B Line 


Cove 


Hollinsworth 


W Water 


W Pratt 


Hospital Square 


Inclosing the Hospital 


Howard 


Cathedral 


Middle Branch 


Hudson 


N W Branch 


E B Line 


Hugh 


Locust 


Basin 


Hughes Great 


Light 


do 


Hughes Little 


S Sharp 


Light 


Hull 


Patapsco R. 


N W Branch 


Jackson 


N W Branch 


Patapsco R. 


James 


Gwinn's Falls 


Schroeder 


Jefferson 


Aisquith 


E B Line 


Jephson 


Middle Branch 


Patapsco R. 


John 


N B Line 


E B Line 


Johnson 


N W Branch 


Patapsco R. 


Jones 


Patapsco R. 


N W Branch 



2.9 Z. 



STREETS. 



Kelso 
Kent 
Lancaster 
Lanvale 
Laurens 
Lawrence 
Leadenhall 
Lee 

Luzerne 
Lexington 
Liberty- 
Light 
Locust 
Lombard 
Lorman 
Low 
Lowman 
Lloyd 
Ludlow 
M'Clellan 
M'Comas 
M'Culloh 
M'Elderry Great 
M'Eldeiry Little 
M'Henry 
M'Kim 
M'Mechin 
Macdonough 
Madison 
Magazine 
Manokin 
Market 
Marshall 
Martin 
Matthews 
Mercer 
Merriott 
Mill 
Moale 
Monroe 



from Middle Branch to Patapsco R 



wf 



James 

E Falls avenue 

W B Line 

Pennsylvania av 

Patapsco R. 

Lit. Montgomery 

Cove 

N W Branch 

W B Line 

Mulberry 

Baltimore 

E Market Sp 

S Cove 

W B Line 

E Falls avenue 

Patapsco R. 

E Baltimore 

Lawrence 

W Baltimore 

Middle Branch 

W Biddle 

Hospital Square 

Aisquith 

W B Line 

Madison 

Pennsylvania av 

W B Line 

N B Line 

Webster 

James 

N W Branch 

Ostend 

Patapsco R. 

S Calvert 

Light 

N W Branch 

E Pratt 

Middle Branch 

James 



Montgomery GreatHanover 
Montgomery LittleS Eulaw 



Mount 

Monument 

Monument Sq 

Mosher 

Mott 

Moylan 

Mullikin 

Mulberry 

Nanticoke 

Neale 

Neighbour 



Macdonongh 
Ross and Paca 



Gwinn's Falls 
E B Line 

do 
Grundy 
N W Branch 
Middle Branch 
Light st wharf 
N B Line 
North 
S Howard 
Ostend 
Union wharf" 
Hanover 
Cove 
Aisquith 
N W Branch 
Granby 
N W Branch 
W Fayette 
Patapsco R. 
Gold 
E B Line 
Hospital square 
Cove 
N B Line 
W Oliver 
James 
E B Line 
N W Branch 
Gwinn's Falls 
N B Line 
Patapsco R. 
N W Branch 
Grant 
S Calvert 
N W Branch 
Basin 

N W Branch 
W B Line 
N W Branch 
Hanover 
North West 
E B Line 



Enclosing the Balti more Monument 



W B Line 

Ensor 

N Cove 

Canal 

W B Line 

Gwinn's Falls 

N W Branch 

MKim 



Elm 
Low 

Pennsylvania av 
Marke't 
N Calvert 
Cross 

Patapsco R. 
Harford avenue 



L93 



STREETS. 



New from 

New Church 

Nicholson 

North 

North West 

Norfolk 

North avenue 

Oak 

Ogston 

Oliver 

Orchard 

Orleans 

Ostend 

O'Donnell 

Paca 

Park 

Parkin 

Patapsco 

Patterson 

Patuxent 

Payson 

Pearl 

Penn 

Pennsylvania av. 

Perry 

Philpot 

Pierce 

Pine 

Pitt 

Pinkney 

Pleasant Great 

Pleasant Little 

Plowman 

Point 

Portland 

Porter 

Potomac 

Potter 

Poppleton 

Pratt 

Pre s bury 

President 

Presstman 

Preston 

Prosser 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Race 

Ramsay 

Randall 

Read 

Reese 

Republican 



to 



N Paca 

N Sharp 

N W Branch 

E Baltimore 

VV B Line 

Wells 

E B Line 

N B Line 

Franklin 

N B Line 

Pennsylvania av. 

Belle AirMSp 

Perry 

N W Branch 

Cove 

Richmond 

Lexington 

N W Branch 

E Pratt 

N W Branch 

James 

Pennsylvania av. 

German 

Franklin 

Middle Branch 

Point 

N Schroeder 

George 

E Falls avenue 

Canal 

N Charles 

Park 

High 

Dock 

S Cove 

Clagett 

N VV Branch 

French 

Ramsev 

W B Line 
do 

E Pratt 

W B Line 

Pennsylvania av. 

Patapsco B. 

Gwinn's Falls 

James 

S Charles 

W B Line 

Middle Branch 

Cathedral 

Clagett 

James 



N Eutaw 
Crooked lane 
N W Branch 
N B Line 
North avenue 
Patapsco R. 
W B Line 
W Federal 
Chatsworth 
E B Line 
Madison 
N B Line 
N W Branch 
E B Line 
Monument 
N Liberty 
Cross 
N B Line 
Basin 
N B Line 

do 
\V Baltimore 
Haw 

N B Line 
Cove 
Thames 

Pearl 

German 

E B Line 
do 

Holliday 

N Charles 

E Falls avenue 

N W Branch 

Columbia 

N W Branch 

N B Line- 
Pitt 

Franklin 

E B Line 

N Calhoun 

City Dock 

Garden 

John 

N W Branch 

W B Line 

Middle Branch 

Middle Branch 

Cove 

Webster 

North 

N W Branch 
Cooke 








STREETS. 


Reynolds from 


Patapsco R. to 


Richardson 


do 


Richmond 


W Diddle 


Ridgely 


Middle Branch 


River 


Ostend 


Robert 


N Cove 


Robinson 


Patapsco R. 


Rock 


Fayette 


Ross 


N Howard 


Russell 


Middle Branch 


Rutledge 


W B Line 


Ruxton 


S Charles 


St Mary 


Pennsylvania av. 


St Paul 


W Baltimore 


St Peter 


Parkin 


Sadtler 


Warren 


Salisbury 


High 


Sarah Ann 


N Cove 


Saratoga 


W B Line 


Sassefras 


Gwinn's Falls 


Scammel 


W B Line 


Schroeder 


James 


Scott 


Hollins 


Second 


South 


Severn 


Gwinn's Falls 


Shakspeare 


Bond 


Sharp 


LittlePleasant 


Short 


Jefferson 


Silver 


Canal 


Smallwood 


Gwinn's Falls 


Smith 


Cove 


South 


Baltimore 


Spring 


City Dock 


Sterett 


M'Henry 


Stevenson 


Clagett 


Stiles 


E Falls avenue 


Strieker 


James 


Stirling 


Mott 


Stockholm 


James 


Steuart 


Patapsco R. 


Steuben 


W B Line 


Sullivan 


ilO 


Suffolk 


Heath 


Swan 


Centre Market 


Temple 


E Baltimore 


Tenant 


\V B Line 


Thames 


Philpot 


Thompson 


W B Line 


Toone 


N W Branch 


Towson 


Patapsco R. 


Townsend 


W B Line 


Trinity 


Albemarle 


Truxton 


E Falls avenue 



N W Branch 

do 
Cathedral 
Cove 
Clement 
Bolton 
N W Branch 
Saratoga 
N B Line 
Cove 
Janes 
Light 

W Madison 
N B Line 
Sterett 
Donaldson 
S Canal 
Chatsworth 
N Gay 
Cross 
James 
Lanvale 
West 

Centre Market 

Scott 

Market 

Middle Branch 

Orleans 

Spring 

W B Line 

Pennsylvania av, 

Basin 

N B Line 

Cove 

N W Branch 

S Canal 

N Calhoun 

E Eagle 

Leadenhall 

N W Branch 

N Gay 

James 

Patapsco R. 

W Falls avenue 

Pitt 

Cove 

N W Branch 

Cove 

E B Line 

N W Branch 
E B Line 
Exeter 
Forest 



2.95 



8 


LANES. 




Union from Pennsylvania av. 


Ross 


Upton 


W Townsend 


Adams 


Vine 


N Cove 


Run allev 


Valley 


Harford avenue 


N B Line 


Waesche 


W Saratoga 


W Lexington 


Wallace 


Patapsco R. 


N W Branch 


Wansbeck 


James 


Mosher 


Walsh 


Moylan 


Biddle 


Warner 


Middle Branch 


Columbia 


Warreu 


Light 


N W Branch 


Warrington 


W B Line 


James 


Water 


Liglv. 


S Canal 


Washington 


N W Branch 


N B Line 


Washington av. 


W Pratt 


Gwinn's Falls 


Washington Sq- 


Encl'g Washington Monument 


Ways 


Patapsco R. 


N W Branch 


Webster 


N W Branch 


Patapsco R. 


Wells 


Middle Branch 


Lawrence 


West 


Scott 


N W Branch 


Whetstone 


Lawrence 


do 


Wicomico 


Gwinn's Falls 


Scott 


William 


West 


Basin 


Wilks 


E Market Sp whf 


E B Line 


Wills 


Dock 


N W Branch 


Wilson 


Pennsylvania av. 


Grundy 


Winchester 


W BLine 


Cove 


Wine 


S Charles 


Light 


Winder 


Middle Branch 


Clagett 


Wolfe 


N B|Line 


Fell 


Wood 


South 


Bowly's wharf 


Wooster 


James 


Middle Branch 


York 


S Charles 


Johnson 


York avenue 


Monu't & Forest 
LANES. 


N B Line 


Bank 


N Charles 


N Calvert 


Beaufort 


N Calvert 


Courtland 


Beaurand 


St Paul 


Gravel alley 


Camden 


Camden 


Bottle alley 


Church 


W Saratoga 


St Paul 


Court House 


Monument SquareSt Paul 


Commerce 


Second 


E Water 


Crooked 


W Fayette 


W Lexington 


Dark 


St Paul 


N Calvert 


Eden 


NEden 


N Canal 


Elbow 


S Paca 


Cove 


Etna 


Harrison 


N Frederick 


Franklin 


E Water 


E Pratt 


French 


S Charles 


Light 


Hull 


Aisquith 


Forest 


Harmony 


N Cove 


Schroeder 



£9fc 





ALLEYS. 


9 


Long from Holland to Short alley 


Lovely 


S Calvert 


South 


Lunn's 


S Paca 


Conway 


Maiden 


Aisqnilh 


East 


Market 


W Baltimore 


Mulberry 


Park 


N Green 


Republican 


Russell 


Canal 


Eden 


Smith 


Smith's wharf 
ALLEYS. 


Buchanan's wharf 


Ackvvorth 


Adams 


Gwinn's Falls 


Addison 


N B Line 


Steuben 


Allison 


E Pratt 


Basin 


/^pple 


N B Line 


Shakspeare 


Argyle 


do 


Lancaster 


Baker 


NB Line 


Bloom 


Barlow 


Gwinn's Falls 


Cross 


Baxter 


N B Line 


N W Branch 


Bedford 


Camden 


Peace alley 


Bell 


Davis 


North 


Beven 


Henrietta 


Hamburg 


Biddle 


Ross 


Biddle 


Blackberry 


M'Donough 


Gwinn's Falls 


Bland 


Gwinn's Falls 


Stockholm 


Bottle 


Cove 


Hanover Market 


Bouldin 


Cumberland 


W Lanvale 


Bower 


NBLine 


N W Branch 


Bradford 


E Townsend 


Hudson 


Breidebaugh 


E Saratoga 


W Falls avenue 


Brewer 


Lanvale 


W Hoffman 


Brice 


Lorman 


Herkimer 


Bruce 


N B Line 


Warrington 


Burgundy 


Gwinn's Falls 


Lunn's Lane 


Busy 


SEutaw 


S Charles 


Callender 


W Baltimore 


Columbia 


Carpenter 


Cove 


S Howard 


Carter 


N B Line 


E Hoffman 


Castle 


N B Line 


Fleet 


Cathedral 


N Charles 


Cathedral 


Cecil 


Middle Branch 


Litt. Montgomery 


Cedar 


W Hoffman 


Preston 


Centre 


Fayette 


Dutch alley 


Chamberlain 


N Eutaw 


Eager alley 


Chapel 


Mulberry 


Little Pleasant 


Cherry 


W Biddle 


E Eager 


Chesapeake 


N B Line 


N W Branch 


Chestnut 


Cove 


Middle Branch 


China 


Middle Branch 


Lee 


Christopher alley 


S Charles 


Great Race 


Claret 


Cove 


Middle Branch 



97 



1U 


ALLEYS. 




Clarkson 


fromWest 


to Middle Branch 


Clagett 


Adams 


Franklin 


College 


Mulberry 


W Saratoga 


Cowpen 


N Liberty 


N Eutaw 


Creek 


Hamburg 


Middle Branch 


Cross 


N Green 


N Paca 


Curtis 


Thompson 


Franklin 


Cider 


Penn 


S Howard 


Cypress 


Lombard 


Bottle alley 


Dawson 


Goodloe 


St Peter 


Dexter 


Gwinn's Falls 


Cross 


Dewberry 


Winchester 


Cole 


Dickson 


W Mosher 


W Lanvale 


Dove 


N B Line 


W Townsend 


Duncan 


N B Line 


N W Branch 


Dutch 


N Paca 


N Liberty 


Eager 


Franklin 


Saratoga 


Exchange 


AVater 


Stable alley 
E John 


Falls 


N B Line 


Fleet 


Hammond's alley Citv Dock 


French 


French lane 


Wine alley 


Forest 


W Baltimore 


Gwinn's Falls 


Foster 


Wilson 


W Biddle 


Glover 


N B Line 


N W Branch 


Gillingham 


S Howard 


Lombard 


Goldsmith 


N B Line 


Scammel 


Goodman 


West 


Middle Branch 


Goodwin 


N Sharp 


Crooked lane 


Gravel 


W Saratoga 


Franklin 


Granville 


N B Line 


E Federal 


Grocers' 


Robert 


Moylan 


Halfmoon 


Potter 


Forest 


Hammond 


Cnroline 


Spring 


Hanson 


Gwinn's Falls 


Cross 


Happy 


N B Line 


Lancaster 


Hargrove 


do 


Franklin 


Hartways 


W Baltimore 


Little German 


High 


Aisquith 


Canal 


Hoi brook 


N B Line 


E Biddle 


Holland 


do 


E Eagle 


Hoilins 


W Town send 


Ramsey 


Hollingswor 


Lh W Pratt 


Matthews 


Homespun 


Cove 


S Sharp 


Hope 


Warren 


Hamburgh 


Hudson 


N B Line 


W John 


Hunter 


do 


Read 


Jenkins 


Laurens 


W Biddle 


Jordon 


Presstman 


do 


Kimmell 


W Lexington 


Wagon alley 


Latrobe 


Gwinn's Falls 


Scott 








ALLEYS. 


Lerew's from 


W Saratoga to 


Liberty 


E Madison 


Light 


Light 


Livery 


Front 


Liverpool 


Camden 


Long 


Ross 


Lovegrove 


N B Line 


Lumber 


Bowley 


Mason 


Robert 


Madeira 


N B Line 


Meeting-house 


E Eutaw 


Mill-house 


Front 


Moore 


Pennsylvania av. 


Morris 


Bloom 


Morton 


W Madison 


M' Henry 


Hollins 


Necessity 


High 


Norris 


Presstman 


Orbel 


N B Line 


Orange 


North 


Parrish 


Baker 


Patapsco 


Henrietta 


Peace 


Lunn'slane 


Peach 


Middle Branch 


Pinkney 


Gvvinn's Falls 


Plover 


Centre 


Plum 


Middle Branch 


Port 


N B Line 


Primrose 


S Charles 


Proctor 


N B Line 


Rose 


N B Line 


Run 


Saratoga 


Russell 


Gwinn's Falls 


Rutter 


M'Mechen 


St Peter 


Parkin 


Shields 


Chatsworth Mkt. 


Short 


Short 


Slemmer 


Granby 


Smith 


SGay 


Somerset 


E John 


Stable 


E Pratt 


Strange 


M'Clellan 


Star 


N B Line 


Sterett 


Sterett 


Stockton 


Presstman 


Stoddart 


Gold 


Strawberry 


N B Line 


Sugar 


Hanover 


Tripolet 


E Baltimore 


Tyson 


N Howard 



11 

Richmond 

Beuren 

Grant 

E Falls avenue 

Peace 

Lexington 

W Madison 

Wilk 

W Biddle 

N W Branch 

Long alley 

E Falls avenue 

W Madison 

W Biddle 

N B Line 

St Peter 

Potter 

Rutledge 

E Eager 

NGay 

Chatham 

Middle Branch 

Light st wharf 

Litt. Montgomery 

Cross 

Richmond 

Litt. Montgomery 

N W Branch 

Light 

E Chase 

N W Branch 

Park lane 

Cross 

Dolphin 

Sterett 

W Biddle 

Canal 

Wilks 

S Frederick 

E Madison 

Water 

N Charles 

Fleet 

Scott 

Eagle 

W Biddle 

Dock 

N W Branch 

Second 

Cathedral 



Z99 



12 



WHARVES. 



Union from 

Uhler 

Vincent 

Vulcan called \ 

New Church st. S 

Walnut 

Wagon 

Welcome 

Wilmor 

Williamson 

Wine 

Wood 

Woodyear 



Canal 

Hanover 

Pressbury 

N Sharp 

Preston 
N Eutaw 
Warner 

Chats worth 
Hanover 
Light 
Adams 

N West 



to Strawberry alley 
S Charles 
Sullivan 

Crooked lane 

Preston 
IS Liberty 
Light st wharf 
Mkt. George 
Light 
Wine 
George 
Macdonongh 



WHARVES. 



Belt's BetweenAnn 
Bowly's JromE Pratt 
Buchanan's Do 

Burke's betweenMarket 
Canal st E&w/r. Wilk's 
Chase's betweenThames 
City Around City Dock 
Cordery's beticeenW ilk's 
Craig & Barron's Thames 



Custis's 
Despaux's 
Donnell's 
Gibsons 
Jackson's 
Kerr's 
Lee st 
Light do 
Market do 



Lancaster 
Point 
Ann 
Do 

Thames 
Bond 
fromLight 
W Pratt 



and Fell 
foSouth 
Basin 
and Ann 

to City Dock 
ajidBond 

andThames 
Lancaster 
Alice Anna 
Will's 
Fell 
Do 
Bond 
Market 
^Johnson 
Lee 



Market sp e & wE Pratt 
Mezick's betiveenMarket 
O'Donnell's fromPratt 
Patterson's Block 

Pratt street Light 

Prices between Ann 
Do Fell 

Ramsay's Thames 

Sheppard's Bond 



Lower end Market st 

Basin 
and Ann 



Spear's 

Smith's 

South st 

Tenant's 

Union 

Waters's 

Will's st 



fromE Pratt 
Do 

Bowly's wharf 
betweenMarket 
fromWilk'a 
betweenFell 



Lower end Wills street 



tfoBasin 
Point 

Franklin lane 
andFeW 

Thames 
ajidBond 
Market 
foBasin 
Do 

M'Clure's Dock 
Ann 
Basin 
Thames 






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