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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1833
Volume 492, Page 2   View pdf image (33K)
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Baltimore Bienniel Advertiser.

WILLIAM HALL,

Tenders his unfeigned acknowledgement to his
Customers, and the Public generally, for the very
liberal support heretofore received, and would re-
spectfully inform them, that he continues to carry

on the

BUSINESS,

IN ALL ITS VARIETIES, AT HIS OLD STAND,

No. 24 H Market-Street.

Having an excellent assortment of Materials, and
the best of workmen employed, he flatters himself
that he shall be enabled to render entire satisfac-
tion to those who may favour him with their pa-
tronage.

Magistrate's Office,

THE Subscriber would respecfully inform his
friends and the public, that he has taken an office
at

No. 1, S. SIDE OF FISH MARKET SPACE

NEAR THE CENTRE MARKET,

And next to Nicholson's new Lottery Office,
Where he will attend to all calls made on him in
his official capacity. He informs those who may
be compelled to take the benefit of the insolvent
laws, that he attends to and makes out INSOL-
VENT PAPERS on moderate terms.

INSTRUMENTS OF WRITING,
POWERS OF ATTORNEY.
BILLS OF SALE,
DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c.

Attended to with punctuality and dispatch, and he hopes
by attention to business to secure a portion of public pa-
tronage.

GEO. S. EICHELBERGER,
Late Clerk of Centre Market.

Francis M. Fowler,
GENERAL ACCOUNTANT.

OFFICES
CONWAY-STREET,

BETWEEN SHARP AND HANOVER-STS.

BALTIMORE.
F. M. F's business is to render to Merchant!,
Tradesmen, and Executors, occasionally confi-
dential assistance in the opening, adjusting, and
balancing their individual, co-partnership, or
trust accounts.

GEORGE PEACOCK,

PROPRIEITOR OF THE

AMERICAN HOTEL

No. 56 Pratt-st. Baltimore,

(Near the Corner of Hanover-streets)

Returns his thanks to his friends and the public, for the liberal
patronage bestowed upon his establishment since his commence-
ment in this city. Having gone to considerable expense in fitting
up his house to promote their comfort and convenience, and in
rendering it as comfortable as any in this city, he respectfully so-
licits a continuance of the fame, as he will spare no pains to merit it.
Gentlemen can be accommodated with private rooms, and Fami-
lies travelling, with private parlors and bed-rooms, with the best
of beds, and furnished in the neatest and most modern style. His
house it situated in the most pleasant part of the city; the Rail-
Road on pass his door; it it contiguous to the Steam-Boats, Pub-
he Stage Offices, &c. &c.

John I. Gross,
AUCTIONERR

And General Commission Agent,

Corner of Front & North Gay sts. (No. 88.)
O. T. Baltimore,
Where a general assortment of HOUSEHOLD
& KITCHEN FURNITURE, GLASS &
CHINA WARE, DRY-GOODS, Iron Mongery
and other articles may be had at private sale at
the lowest auction prices.

Liberal advances made on assignment.



 

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