The New Baltimore directory, and annual register; for 1800 and 1801. Containing the names, occupations, and places of abode of the citizens arranged in alphabetical order. : Also, a list of the taxes. Payable by law, on all goods, wares and merchandise: together with, a general abstract from the revenue laws; and many other articles of equal utility, for which see contents, page 5.

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Published by By Warner & Hanna, printers & booksellers, no. 37, Baltimore Street, corner of South Gay Street. in [Baltimore] .

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SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 38040.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination104, [50], [2] p.
Number of Pages104
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Open LibraryOL14616061M

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Warner and Hanna New Baltimore Directory and Annual Register for and Containing the Names, The New Baltimore directory, and Places of Abode of the Citizens; Arranged in Alphabetical Order. Also a List of the Duties, Payable by Law on All Goods, Wares, and Mechandise. Photocopy of original edition.

Baltimore, MD: Warner and Hanna, []. L Baltimore City Directories are available in microfilm, microfiche, or bound-book formats, and online. To see a complete list of all Baltimore directories available online, click here. Author: Laura Cleary.

The New Baltimore directory Historical Society has copies of the Baltimore Society Visiting List commonly known as the Baltimore Blue Book. It is a social registry that has come out almost annually since It was the site of Evans’s tavern and the starting point for both the Philadelphia and southern mail stages (The New Baltimore Directory, and Annual Register; For and [Baltimore, ], 6, 12, 37).

My former servant: James Hemings, who had served as TJ’s chef from untilwhen he was freed (see Vol. –20). The Baltimore directory and register, for the year containing the names, residence and occupation of the citizens also a correct list of the courts by Matchett, EdwardPages: Printed for the Editor, by Warner & Hanna, No.

2, North Gay street ===== New Baltimore Directory, and Annual Register, Name: Thomas Pamphilion Occupation: inn keeper Address: 20, Bond Street, Fells Point Source Info: U.K. and U.S.

Directories, Listed in, [Baltimore, ] The New Baltimore Directory, and Annual Register. Volume - THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 2nd Annual Edition, Volume - THE FIRST COLORED Professional, Clerical and Business DIRECTORY OF BALTIMORE CITY 4th Annual Edition,   Fry's Baltimore directory, for the year containing the names, occupations, residences, &c.

of the inhabitants within the city and precincts, alphabetically arranged: with a correct list of streets, lanes, and alleys Pages:   Woods' Baltimore city directory () Item Preview Annual not published and Microfilm Notes.

in the beginning of this book there is advertisements. Addeddate Call number Camera Canon 5D Foldoutcount. It was the site of Evans’s tavern and the starting point for both the Philadelphia and southern mail stages (The New Baltimore Directory, and Annual Register; For and [Baltimore, ], 6, 12, 37).”, Editorial comments by editors – Founders Online, National : John L.

Smith, Jr. for,and and the field assessment book for the year 3 ' The best secondary sources available on taxation are J.H. Hollander, TheFile Size: 8MB.

BROTHER: probably Andrew McLaughlin, a Baltimore stage driver, whose “mail stage office” address was next door to Evans’s inn (The New Baltimore Directory, and Annual Register, for and [Baltimore, ], 39, 67; Stafford, Baltimore Directory, for73; Vol.

Woods' Baltimore city directory () Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Annual not published and Microfilm Notes. There are 72 pages of adverts before the title page. Addeddate. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: Baltimore directory and citizens' register for containing the names, occupations and places of abode of the inhabitants.

Dowlin evidently was practicing at Baltimore in (The New Baltimore Directory, and Annual Register: For and [Baltimore, ], 34). Index Entries. RC (MHi); endorsed by TJ as received 25 Feb. and so recorded in SJL. Francis Say was a laborer living on Hanover Street in Baltimore (The New Baltimore Directory, and Annual Register; For and [Baltimore, ], 83).

He lived in Baltimore, MD in when William Leesburg was born and may have lived elsewhere in MD on his way to Western PA where he settled after wars in west PA. Listed in (Baltimore )The New Baltimore Directory and Annual Register; for and In October and November of that year Knight worked on Pavilion VII and three dormitories (Maryland Journal and Baltimore Advertiser, 13 Apr.

; The New Baltimore Directory, and Annual Register; for and [Baltimore, ()], 58; Agreement between Knight and Central College, 11 Oct.enclosed in TJ to Nelson Barksdale, 11 Nov. About Baltimore, Maryland Directories, The largest city in Maryland, Baltimore is situated on Chesapeake Bay in the central section of the state.

This database is a transcription of a city directory originally published in The Benevolent Society of Baltimore City and County is founded to relieve the distress of poor girls (now St. Paul's School for Girls). John McDonogh moves from Baltimore to New Orleans.

Baltimore Dispensary opens to provide free medical care to the indigent poor without regard to creed or color. The founders. Biography of Charles Albrecht by Lisa Minardi. The New Baltimore Directory, and Annual Register, for and (Baltimore: Warner & Hanna, ).

Philadelphia, Naturalization Records [database on-line]; from P. William Filby. Alexander Brown & Sons (now ), first investment bank in nation, founded in Baltimore. Baltimore General Dispensary founded.JulyMarch 4. Robert Smith () of Baltimore served as U.S.

Secretary of the Navy. Daniel Coker ministered to black Methodists, Baltimore. Dec. The Baltimore Book welcomes me to the doorstep of working class ancestors who lived in Baltimore.

A range of stories over time and place in 19th- and 20th-Century Baltimore comprise the book. Rich with pictures and written with an engaging, lively spirit of camaraderie, this work has helped me build a picture of a stream of lives lived in /5(11).

s–s. – Population of the new City on the "Basin" of the Patapsco's Northwest Branch at the beginning of the 19th Century: 26, people (according to the Second Decennial United States Census of ).; – Fort McHenry building reconstruction completed at end of peninsula to Whetstone Point between Northwest Branch and Middle or Ferry Branches of Patapsco River after.

Jones: A Description of a Baltimore Merchant’s Journal any book-keeping publication prior toa date subsequent to the use of this journal. FOOTNOTES. 1The journal referred to in this paper is unidentified and hereafter referred to as “journal.” The journal is located in the library of The Baltimore County Historical Society, Inc.

Maryland Checklist for New Businesses Baltimore, MD Telephone: "Form 1" has been retired, and will now be separated into an "Annual Report" and a "Personal Property Tax Return." More information will be provided shortly.

All business entities formed. – Incorporation of old Baltimore Town completed into new entity "Mayor and City Council of Baltimore" (City of Baltimore) on January 1st begins functioning with elections held as James Calhoun continues as now first Mayor (to ) with new city offices established by at 90 Baltimore Street (formerly Long then Market Street.

"The New Baltimore Directory, and Annual Register for and ," (Warner & Hanna, Baltimore, ). [ ] Robinson, James, "The Baltimore Directory for ," (Warner & Hanna, Baltimore, ). Baltimore County MD Birth Records. USA (1,) > Maryland (14,) > Baltimore County (2,) > Baltimore County Birth Records (33).

USA (1,) > Maryland (14,) > Maryland Birth Records () > Baltimore County Birth Records (33). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Statewide collections are found on the Maryland Birth Records page. Baltimore City Health Department, Bureau of Vital Statistics MSA C8.

There are no indexes from at the Maryland State Archives. Baltimore City Birth Records:Baltimore City Health Department, Bureau of Vital Statistics MSA CM microfilmBaltimore City Health Department, Bureau of Vital Statistics MSA C6.

Early history. Timeline of Baltimore to ; Timeline of Baltimore in the 19th century; 20th century s–s. – Population:people living in the City (within old limits of ) in the surrounding Baltimore County in the Twelfth Decennial United States Census of ; Third City Courthouse construction completed on entire block of North Calvert Street, East.

Father*: Unknown Hutton 2 b. a Charts: Descendant Chart for Hutton; Birth*: James Hutton was born circa 3 He was the son of Unknown Hutton. 2; Census: James Hutton appeared on the census of at Baltimore, MD, US, ; Hutton, James 1 male > 16, 2 females, 2 slaves.

3; Occupation*: He was a grocer (merchant in and ) between and at 24 Baltimore St., Baltimore, MD. Genre/Form: Directories: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Silver, Rollo G. (Rollo Gabriel), Baltimore book trade, New York: New York.Tim Forsythe researches, and discusses matters related to, his family history.Baltimore Land Records Collection.

Creator. Cushwa, Hilda E. Call number. MS Inclusive dates. Bulk dates. Extent. 1 box, 9 folders. Abstract. Contains deeds and leases for land in Baltimore City and County.

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