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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1837
Volume 489, Preface 25   View pdf image (33K)
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ADVERTISEMENTS. 25

HENRY W. GRAY,

AT HIS WAREHOUSE

Lower end of Camden Street, head of the Basin,
AND AT THE CITY FISH HOUSES,

Receives Storage of every description at the most reduced rates,
and every attention is paid in receiving and delivering articles
stored with him. He has constantly for sale, Family and other
Herrings, selected with great care. And he also carries on the
manufactory of Fig Blue, warranted of a superior quality. At-
tends as Justice of "the Peace, to all kinds of conveyancing and
other instruments of writing, with accuracy and despatch.

His charges being very moderate. He solicits a continuation of
favors from the public generally.

MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE.

The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he
continues his office in

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
favoured with, without delay. Persons applying for the benefit of the
INSOLVENT LAWS, will find it to their advantage to give him a call.

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

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

GEORGE S EICHELBERGER.

JEREMIAH TITTLE,

MERCHANT TAILOR

No. 21, South Street,

Respectfully announces to his customers and the public gener-
ally, that he has an extensive assortment of extra Super Cloths
of all descriptions and shades; Super, extra Super, London Check-
ed, and Ribbed Cassimere and Vestings, which he will make up
in the most fashionable style.

Orders thankfully received and punctually attended to.

 

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