OFFICE IN SECOND STREET,
Opposite the Exchange.
The Firemen's Insurance Company, continue to in.
sure Dwelling Houses, Warehouses, Merchandize, House-
hold Furniture, Ships in Port, their Cargoes, Houses
Vessels while building, and other descriptions of property
generally, against loss or damage by Fire, for periods of
one week to seven years— 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
interests, and supported by the surest guarantees; back-
ed by an Ample Capital, and promising a safe and cheap
protection—it has received an extensive patronage.
For forms of application, and any other information
on the subject, please apply at the Company's Office,
Second street, opposite the New Exchange.
JOHN HEWES, President.
George Baxley, John Reese, from the New Market Com-
pany, Charles M. Keyser, George Baily, from the Liber-
ty—Frederick Seyler, A. B. Kyle, from the United—
Henry Mantz, Nathan Tyson, from the Union-Jesse
Hunt, Jacob Albert, from the Washington--William E.
George, Samuel Keerl, from the First Baltimore—J. I.
ohen, Jr. Peter Neff, from the Patapsco—George
Rogers, William G /Jones, from the Mechanical—Wil-
Ham Meeteer, Samuel M'Kim, from the Friendship—
Samuel Wilson, Jr. Henry Hardesty, from the Indepen-
dent-J. Diffenderffer, Benjamin Buck, from the Vigi-
lant—John Lee, D. R. Wilson, from the Deptfbtxt-
JamesfB. Stansbury, Samuel Wilson, from the Columbian
—James Biays, James Beacham, from the Franklin.
THOMAS G. RUTTER, Sec.