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JOHJS PE^BCE,

PLUMBER,

AND MANUFACTUllER OF

Water Closets, Hydraulic
Pumps, and

Hydrants.

John Pearce Respectfully informs his customers and
the public^ that he will effectually remove all unpleasant
smells from houses^ yards, etc. arising from impure air,
from drains, sinks, or sewers, by introduction of his

mojsf Jim Tiup.

He also warrants all WATER CLOSETS manufac-
tured by him to be perfectly sweet, and in every respect
to answer the purpose for which they were invented.

Persons requiring any of the above mentioned articles
can see them in operation in several parts of the city.

All Orders forwarded, will be executed in the best
manner, and with punctuality.

Constantly on hand,

A qUAJ^TITY OF LEAD JLNl) IROJ^ PIPES.

Which he will lay and warrant, at the lowest cash prices.

Work-shops at the old stand,

No. 76.

South Fourth Street.

And for the accommodation of the citizens of the Northern Liberties,

No. S88, North Sixth Street.



REMOVAL.



HO. 6S5



9



DOCK STREET, (UP STAIRg.) PHILAD,
MACHIMIST & TURNER,

IN IKON, BRASS, IVORY, HARD WOOD, &c.

MANUFACTURES TURNING LATHES,

Of various kinds. Slide Lathes and Slide Rests, Screw
Plates, Taps and Dies ; Taps and Boxes for Wood
Screws ; Hose Screws and Engine work ; patent, and
plain Carriage and Gig Axles ; Die and Punch Turning;
Silversmith's and Jewellers Plating Mills made and
repaired; Experimental Machinery; Cutler's turning;
Printing Press Makers turning ; Silversmith's and Jew-
ellers turning; Turning and Screw Tools of all decsrip-
tions ; Turning, filing, drilling, screwing, and fitting up
of any kind of work; Founders' iron or wooden patterns
made; J)eal and Screw presses; Billiard Balls, of sea-
soned Ivory ; Bagatelle Balls and Cups ; Ivory Counters;
Ivory Knitting Cases and sheaths .; Ivory and Bone Par-
asol and Umberella Mountings ; Ivory Paper Folders,
Ivory cases for Silver Pens ; Sheet Ivory for pallets,
painting miniatures, and for memorandum books ; Ivory
and Ebony, Sideboard and Bureau outside drawer
knobs; Ivory and wooden handles of all descriptions;
Small Ivory and Ebony drawer knobs ; Morocco rollers,
and curriers' work; Ten pins and balls ; Purse moulds;
Backgammon men, and every thing that can demand the
application of his art, made at the shortest notice, and
OQ the lowest terms. Warranted Oil Stones.

{?• Ship, Mill, and all kinds of heavy turning.

*^* Walking Canes Wholesale and Retail.




LIVEMT STJIBLES,
Harmony Street,

KUNNING FROSI THIRD TO FOURTH,

Between Chesnut and Walnut Streets,
FEILADELPHM.

Horses & Cjarriages,

BAROUCHES, GIGS,

Saddle Horses, &c.



HORSES TAKEN IN AT LIVERY,

and travellers accommodated

ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS.



SYLVESTERS, BROTHERS.

DYERS AND CAP MANUFACTURERS.
Store JVo. 12, South Third Street,

Manufactory, in Stamper's Alley.
PHILADELPHIA.



SYLVESTERS, BROTHERS,

Have at all times for Sale

CAPS

Of every descrijption, also
FUR SEJZS, AJSTB OTHER tURS.

Thej will receive FURS, which will be

Lressed and Dyed in the London Style,
At the shortest notice^ and on reasonable terms.



JACOB HUMMEL,

MOROCCO & FANC7 LEATHER

pManufacturer.

HAS OPENED A STORE

At 44, North Fourth St.

PHILADELPHIA.

Where he will keep constantly on hand a general

assortment of

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AND

Of Every Description,

English and Scotch Bazils, Book Calf-Skins,
Bark and Coloured Skivers, Roans of all kinds and
colours ; Japanned Leather of the best manufacture ;
Eastern HogsTcins, suitable for Saddlers, Coachma-
kers, Hatters, Shoemakers, Bookbinders, Pocket-
book makers, &c.

ALSO,

JRest Philadelphia Glue^ and Cowhide Whips.

All which he will sell on the most reasonable terms.



MORRISONS

Coffin Warehouse,

No. 170, Spruce Street, South Side, Third door

below Fifth,

Where may by had Ready Made Coffins^

OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.

At the shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms.



RAMM & ZINNA,

Silk Hat Mannfariory,

No. i20, NORTH SECOND STREET.

Constantly on hand a Large Assortment of
WATERPROOF HATS,

Of various colours and at very low prices.

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

DRUGGIST,

N. E. Corner of Callowhill and Second Streets,

Has constantly on hand a general assortment of
Drugs, Medicines) Paints, Oil, Glass, ^ Dye Stuffs,

Which he oifers for sale at reduced prices.

Orders from Country Merchants, Physicians and others, will

be executed with care and despatch.



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PSIJSITIJSG OFFICE,

IN THS COURT

BET WEEN Nos. 110 §* 112, WALNUT St.

Checks, Bills, Cards, Notices, and all kinds of Job Printing,
expeditiously executed and on reasonable terms.








STOCKMAN AND PEFFER^

•A/'o. 60, Chesnutf Three doors above Second Street,

MANUFACTURERS

Of Gold and Silver Ever-pointed and Plain Pencil Cases, Gold
and Silver Thimbles, and Gold and Silver Pens,

ALSO,
New and hig-hly approved Metallic Pens. — Silver Spoons. — Jewellery, &c.

They have on hand and keep constantly Jor Sale,
an extensive assortment of the above articles of their own manufacture, and

also a good supply of

Brittania, Plated, and Blocktin Ware,

LEADS FOR EVER-POTNTED PENCIL CASES, SUPERIOR BLACK
LEAD PENCILS, &c. ^c.

Wholesale and Retail, on moderate terms.

Grateful for the share of patronage which they have heretofore enjoyed,
they respectfully solicit a continuance thereof, and ask particularly the
attention of dealers in the above articles.

ALL ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO.

Superior Fiano Forte's.

LOTJL te BROTHERS,

PIANO FORTE MANUFACTURERS,
JVo. 150, Chesnut Street, f opposite the Jlrcade,J

Have united with them their brother,
JOSEPH EDWARD LOUD,
From the first of January last, and to the new firm, solicit that patronage
from a discerning public, which the old one so liberally received.

L. B's. Have constantly on hand a Large and Elegant assort-
ment of Piano Forte's consisting of Mahogany and Rosewood Cabi-
net Piano Forte's, with 2 and 3 Unisons, and 2 and 3 Pedals, also,
Square Piano Forte's with improved English actions, in cases of
Rosewood, Zebra, and Mahogany, as well plain as highly orna-
mented.

They Manufacture alsoi a very
SUPERIOR GRAND CONCERT PIANO FORTE,
of great power and of fine tone.
Also, Metalic plate Instruments of superior tone, all of which
are warranted.

To Western Merchants, they are particularly desirable, arising
from their known capability of standing remarkably well in time.

Orders executed with punctuality and dispatch, for all parts of the Uni;
ted States, the West Indies and South America.




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WHEELWRIGHT,

JVo. 8, Laurel St,

BETWEEN SECOND ANJ) THIRD STREETS,

Direct in front of the Manfion House, and about one square from
the old Stand, Philadelphia.

MANUFACTURES ALL KINDS OF

Wagons^ Carts^ and Dray s^

PLOUGHS & HARROlXrS,

Porter's, Fish Market, Ifand and Wood Barrows,

of every description,

and all sorts and sizes of Cart Saddletrees.

Also,
The Patent Wheat Fans, and the old Dutch Fans.

With a variety of Fans for cleansing Coffee, Rice, and all other grain.

CUTTING BOXES,

of a superior kind, may be had as above, and others of all dimensions.

SMITHING,

In all its branches neatly executed and promptly attended to, at the
shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms.

N.B. Orders for shipping or other purposes, will be supplied at the
shortest notice, on moderate terms.



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CORXEE OF Sf:VEXTHjyD GEORGE ST8.

NEAR CHESNUT STREET.

The building has the advantage of being located in one of the most
retired, airy, and at the same time central positions in the city. It con-
tains two distinct range of apartments, appropriated for each of the
sexes, having several and separate entrances, the best female attend-
ance is provi(led for the service of the ladies. — The establishment con-
tains upwards of fifty Baths, which includes more than twenty marble
ones lately imported from Italy, made expressly for this establishment,
and the residue are of plated copper, zinc, &c. Every provision exists
for Shower Bathing ; this salutary application can therefore be enjoyed
at pleasure by means of appropriate contrivances under the complete
controul of the individuals using it. A swimming room has been con-
structed for the accommodation of such as are fond of this recreation,
and those who are ignorant of tliat necessary qualification can acquire
it without hazard, and the temperature of the water equalled by steam.
The efforts of the proprietor have been strenuous, and the prepara-
tions very munificent in this splendid and spacious establishment, and
the proprietor feels entitled to pul)lic patronage because no expense has
been spared to complete every appurtenance, and combine every re-
quisite for their perfection.

It may not be amiss to give some of the observations of the celebrated
Count Rumford to prove that warm bathing is more conducive to health
than any luxury that can be enjoyed in a populous city, its beneficial
eft'ects are particularly described as follows :

** It is not merely on account of the advantages," says the Count,
"which I happened to receive from warm Bathing, which renders me
80 much an advocate for the practice: exclusive of the wholesomeness
of the warm Bath, the luxury of bathing is so great, and the tranquil
state of the mind and body, which follows, is so exquisitely delightful,
that I think it quite impossible to recommend it too higldy, if we con-
sider it merely as a rational and elegant refinement. " ** The manner in
which the warm Bath operates," he continues, **in producing its salu-
tary consequences, seems very evident. The genial warmth which is
80 applied to the skin, in the place of the cold air of the atmosphere,
by which we are commonljr surrounded, expands all those very small
vessels, where the extremities of the arteries and veins unite, and br
gently stimulating the whole frame, produces a full and free circula-
tion ,which if continued for a certain time, removes all obstructions in
the vascular system, and puts all the organs in that state of regular,
free and full motion, which is essential to health, and also to that de-
lightful repose, accompanied by a consciousness of that power of exer-
tion which constitutes the highest animal enjoyment of which we are
capable.

Vtrm. SWAIMl t>rop,iet<>r.



HEV. T. BARTHOLOMEWS (!tf. J),}

SLZXZR OF urn,

For the cure of
Agues and every kind of Fevers, Dysentery^
Dropry, Injlammntion of the Limgs^
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Rev. Dr. Bartholemew's jE/ij-ir o////>, a recent
and the most valuable discovery yet known for
the following- complaints — It will cure the
Ague in one day, the Bloody flux, or dysente-
ry, in 3i few hours. Every kind of fever it allays
in the short space of 15 minutes. It cures the
Scarlet fever in a few hours, and has com-
pletely eradicated the yellow lever in nine-
teen so that the patient could walk abroad the
next day. It relieves the heart burn in five
minutes: the inflamation of the lungs in less
than an hour — It has been used in the dropsy
with complete success; the piles, inward and
outward, it cured in a day ov two. It has re-
cently cured the liver complaint, although the
patient had been greviously afflicted for 12
years. It cures nervous complaints, whether
mentally or bodily. In the above cases the
disease seldom returned.

Bartholomew's Elixir of Life has no mercu-
ry or barks in its composition. By taking a
few spoonsful of it daily, it tends to keep the
system in perfect health, draws from the
sickly constitution all impurities, and trans-
forms the sallow complexion into a healthy
and ruddy hue.

Certificates are given with the goods. Dr.
Bartholomew's Ehxir of Life will keep in any
climate and any length of time.

Sold Wholesale and Retail at C. & A.
OLDUIUGE'S Manufactories, No. 1, Wel-
lington St. Strand, London, and No. 47, Prune
St. Philadelpliia ; — likewise by most of the
respectable Druggists and Perfumers through-
out the Union.— Price ONE DOLLAR per
Bottle.



FOR THE HAIR,

OLDRIDGE'S

CHEMICAL
BALM OF COLUMBIA.




JVhich ■zcill preveyit the HAIR FROM FALL-
IJVG OFF, and restore it aq-ain in bald places^
improved in its colour, strength and perfume.—'
The grand capillary virtues of the Balm of
Columbia are as follow — one bottle price 50
cents, prevents the hair from falling off in 48
hours from its first application, or causes a new
growth of whiskers in a few weeks. A bottle
price 75 cents will not only stop the hair frorn
falling off but likewise in 3 weeks causes a
new growth to appear : and one at a dollar
gives in general a good head of hair to a youn^
person. It prevents the hair from turning
gray, and makes it curl berutifiilly look bright
and glossy, and in a few applications frees it
from scurf, and entirely removes nervous head
aches. It is, by repeated experiments, found
to bear every sort of climate, without the least
injury to its virtues.

Any lady or gentleman, wliose hair is falling
off, and doubts the above statements, may
have their hair stayed gratis, by applying to
Mr. Georges, No. 55^ South Front street, any
morning between 8 and 10 (Sundays except-
ed) where references will be given.

Copies of Certificates will be shown by the
venders from gentlemen, who after being bald
for a number of years, have received a new
growth of hair. The signer's characters are
supported by his Brittanic Majesty's Consul,
Philadelphia, who thereunto has prefixed his
seal, and the royal arms of Great Brittain; also
the Mayor and other magistrates who were
personaMy acquainted with the signers, have
certified to their high respectability, and
have likewise prefixed their seals.

Sold in Philadelphia, Wholesale and I?etail,
by C. & A. OLDItlDGE, at their Establish-
ment. No. 47, Prune St. Philadelphia. — May
also be had of most of the respectable Drug-
gists and Perfumers in this City and the
United States.



REMOVAL.



The Old Wholesale and Shipping

Cider Establishment^

ENQUIRE OF JOHN PENNEY,

No. 262, North Sixth Street, Philadelphia.

Where tliere is as usual, an extensive supply of the most choice

Ciders for Summer Draft or for Bottling,

From One to Six years old, of very Superior Qualities, fiirnished
in any size casks or in boxes.

Also, particular Old Vinous and Champaign Ciders, for medicinal
purposes, &c, so much approved of recently.
References from the most respectable Shipping Merchants (ex-
perienced) to Canton, South America, &c. will be cheerfully given.

CCj* Orders from any part of the Globe, promptly attended to on the
most accommodating terms, at the Cider Establishment, re-located at Nos.
362 to 370- North Sixth Street, near Coats' Street, Orders received at
No. Ill Lombard Street, above Fourth.

Old Malt Liquors for Shipping supplied if required.

Communications through the Post-Office, will be punctually attended to.

JAMES THOMAS ^ GEORGE S. GARDNER,
LOFT ON ALMOND ST ."WHARF,

Over Mr. Penrose's Stores, Philadelphia.

Where they carry on the Rigging Business in all its branches.
Orders thankfully received and promptly executed on reasonable
terms.

N. B. Building timber raised at tlie shortest notice.



Cap!



s and Stocks,

Of Every Description,
Manufactured and Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by

WILLIAMS AND HOLLA WAY;

No. 1 i, South Fourth Street.

Ladies' Reticules, Over-shoes, Fur Caps & trimmings.
|C7*Caps neatly done up.«Ol



JAMES P. LYLE,

No, 248, South Second Street, opposite the New
Market, Philadelphia,

Has for Sale, on the most reasonable terms,

HARDWARE, CUTLER7, AND

PAITOT O-OODJ^.

Gilt aHd Mahogany Frame Looking-Glasses,

Andirons, Shovel and Tongs, Tea Trays, Waiters, Bread
Baskets, Plated and Brass Candlesticks, Plated Castors, Brittania
Ware, Knives and Forks, Frying Pans, Pots, Tea Kettles, Flat
Irons, &c. &c. Also, all kinds of

Building Materials and Cabinet Mountings ^

Such as Latches, Hinges, Screws, Augers, Nails, Brass Knobs,
Brass Nails, Bed Caps, Tacks, &c. &c.

OFFICE

FOR THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF

No. 254, North Second Street, Philadelphia.
A REGISTER WILL BE KEPT,

Wherein all property for private sale will be entered free of charge
unless a Sale be made. Attention will be paid to Renting of Houses
and Lots on Ground Rents, Sfc.

Deeds, Wills, Bonds, Mortgas;es, Leases, Petitions,

Legally and carefully drawn,

Money Loaned on Interest, Mortgages and Judgment

Bonds Bought and Sold.

Ground Rents Collected, &c.

An agency for persons or companies in the different parts of the
United States, will be faitlifully attended to by me, at the office.

J. L. THOMAS.



PHiLADELPHIA




Manufactoi'ii.



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No. 6, South Fourth Street,

The Subscribers respectfully inform their friends and the
piablic generally, that thev have removed their store to
No. 6, SOUTH FOURTH STREET,
where they manufacture and have constantly on hand,
a greater variety of

Fancy Silk, Sewing Silk, Worsted and

Cotton

SUSPENDERS

Than has heretofore been offered for sale in the city — inclu-
ding a general assortment of A. L. VANHORN'S late im-
proved and patented spring Roller Suspenders, with Springs
attached to the Rollers in front, making them in point of
ease and durability far superior to the Roller Suspenders
formerly used, all of which they will dispose of on the most
reasonable terms Wholesale and Retail.

Also, Russian Belts, Vest Springs, Cravat StifFners, Elas-
tick Garters, Silk, Hair, and Patent Leather Stocks, Sew-
ing Silk Webbing, manufactured and sold as above.

Country Merchants and others dealing in the above ar-
ticles, will find it to their advantage to call before ihey pur-
chase elsewhere.

VANHORN & FIMM.

N. B. All kinds of Suspenders repaired.



Vtnn Township.



Northern Liberties.



ViKE



North Mulberry Ward.



Race or



South Mulberry AVard.



Arch or



North Ward.



Maiiket or



Middle Ward.



Chesnut



South Ward.



Walxut



Locust Ward.



SpnucE



Cedar Ward.



South or



Passyunk.



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Stueet.



Upper Delaware Ward.



Sassafras Street.



Lower Delaware Ward,



Mulberry Street.



Hig-h Street Ward.



Htch Street.



Chesnut W^ard.



Street.



Walnut \N ard.



Streei'.



Dock Ward.



Street.



Pine Ward.



Pine Street.



New Market Ward.



Cedar Street.




South wark.





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EGULATIONS

STATE HOUSE BELL



IN CASE OF FIRE.



NORTH, .
SOUTH, -
EAST,
WEST,



One,

Two,

Three,

Four,



One,
Two,
Three,
Four,



NORTH EAST, One three,

NORIH WlsST, One lour,

SOUTH EAST, Two three,

SOUTH WEST, Two four,



One.

Two.

Three.

Four.

One three.
One four.
Two three.
Two four.



DKSILVER'S



PHILADELrHIA illilECTORY



AND



STRANG EirS GUIDE,



1830.



CONTAINING

I PlAW or THE eiTT AlfB SUBUBBS, THE KAHES OF THE CITIZENS AI.FaAB£TICALZ.T ARRAITQXn,
WITH THEin OCCUrATIONS ATfl) PLACES OF ABODE; A LIST OF THE STIIEETS, ALLEYS, UHTBS,
COUIiTS, nOADS AND WHAIIVES, BAKKS, INSXJKANCE COMPANIES: NATIONAL AND OTHER SOCIE
TIES, LITEHART, SCIENTIFIC AND CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS; CUSTOM HOUSE DEPARTMENT,
POST OFFICE, CHURCHES WITH THEIR PASTORS AND SEXTONS, FOREIGN, CONSULAR AND OTHXS
AGENTS, RESIDENT ABROAD AND IN THE UNITED STATES, &C. &C &C.



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PHILADELPHIA:
PUBLISHED BY UOBEIIT DESILVER, 110 WALNUT STREET.

MAY, 1830.



DIRECTIONS TO THE READER.



ABBREVIATIONS.

N S K N\'. Noi-tli, Sor.lh, East, V, est, n nc:ir, h back, <1 h dwelling bouse, ?r i. Northern Li-
hci-lic-H, K Ktns'mt(toii, wid \» ".ciOw, goit gentleman, gentw g-cntic%voman, c corner, bel below,
bet between, al ulley, ct coiu-t, :iv avenue, r road, ab above.



INDEX.



Advertisements

List of Streets, &.c

Names alphabetically arranged.

Custom house

Banks

Insurance companies

Southern dispensary

Franklin Institute

Athenaeum

Historical society



Pag-e.

i to X
1 to 220



Members of the U S Senate and House of

Representatives
Philadelpliia Saving" Fund society
Pennsylvania Society for promoting^ the Abo-
lition of Slavery, &c.
Philadelphia and Lancaster Turnpike road
Fame Hose company
Corporation oflicers
Beneficial and other Societies
Incorporated Companies, &c &c &c



PHILADELFHIA BIllECTOIlY



AND
STRANGERS GUIDE,



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List of Streets, Lanes, Alleys, Conrls, Avenues, Wharves and Roads in
the City and Liberties of Philadelphia, and the Villages of jS/Iiintua^
Hamilton, SfC.



Acorn al, runs from 52 Locust to Spruce
Adams st, S from Fitz water ab 6th

St, from 12th to loth bet Spruce E Pine
Adelphi Avenue, i'rom Pegg- to Noble
Alban st, from Norman to Clare al
Albertson's ct, north from John st

wharf, opens at 99 Swanson st
Alder al, from Castle to North st
Allen's al, from 159 S 6th st

ct, S from 150 Spiiice st
; ct runs west from 84 N Front
st, from Frankford rd n Maiden
wharf, opens at 67 N Water
Almond st, from Delaware to 315 S second
Ann st, N L fr 52 Vine to Callowhill st

st, Sch from Sch N 7th to 8th bet Filbert

and Mulbeny
st, from S 12th to 13th bet Lombard and
Cedar
Anne st, r from Wissahicon to Charles st bet

Francis and Vineyard
Annesley's wharf 1st whf N of Walnut
Apollo st, see Crabb
Apple st, runs S from George bet 4th and Old

Yorkrd
Appletree al, from 5^ N 4th to 2t5 N 5th
Apricot al, from Currant to Poplar al
Arch st, see Mulberr)'^

Argyle st, (lower part of Almond) r from Dela-
ware river to oo7 S Front
Armstrong's ct, runs N from 9 Prune back of

106 S 4th
Arsenal st, from Gray's Ferry rd to Fcdci*al al
Artillery lane, see Duke st
Ash al, runs fr Sch Front to 2nd bet High and

Chesnut
Asheton st, N £c S nms fr Vine to Cedar along"

Sch river and parallel to Front
Aspen al, from Aspen ct to Lombard

ct, S from Ash al
Atkinson's ct, r N from 153 Lombard
Badger's ct, from 147 Coates



Baker-s al, ruivs from 55 New to 70 Vine
ct, E fi-om 49 Budd st
ct, N from 145 Coates st
wharf, ist N of Bishop st Iv
Baker st, W from SpafTord st
Ball : 1, r fr 120 Cedrj to 77 Shippcn st
Bali's a], from Del river to 391 N Front
wharf; opens at 391 nortli >'ront
Bank al, r fr S 2nd S side or tlie Bank of
Pennsyhania to 67 Dock st
st, fiTsniYo High to 69 Chcsiiut
Barclay's al, from 190 south 6th fr
Barkers st, r from Sch 4th to 7th between

High and Chesnut
Barley st from 10th to 11th bcl Pine
Ban-on st, from 24 Gaskill to 75 Cedar
Beach st, Schuylkill fi'oui tlie permanent
bridge to Cedar st

st, r from K the High Bridge to Bishop
street
Bearsticker's ct, r W from 68 N 6th
Beasley's v/harf, below the Swedes Church
Beaver ct, nms N from 37 Chciry
Beaver st, runs fi-om N 2nd to N 3rd between

Poplar lane and George street N L
Beck's al, runs from 172 Swanson to 453 soutli

Front
Beck st, r W from Passyunk road near tlie in-

tei-section of 6th
Beck's wharf, opens at 15 south Water

new whaif, see Sims -whiinx-s
Bedford st, (late Small st ) r iiom Passyunk
road to 8th bet Cedar and Shippen
st, K r fr Frank road to Hanover st
Bell's (Wm) ct, r W fr Bingbams ct

• (Henry) ct, r N fr ilarshalls alley
Bennei*s al, from 85 Elm to Vine

ct runs noitli of 39 Clieiry
Bickhams wliarf, opens at 17 Swasison st
Bicklcy & Taylors whf, at the High bridge
Bickley's wharf, opens at 7 &. 13 N Water
Biddies a), runs from 78 High to 9 Elbow lane
Billing's ct, runs W from 110 north 8th



UST OF STREETS, kc.



Bingham's ct, runs N from 69 Spruce
Bishop St, runs from the head of Beach to

Queen st K
Bishop's wharf, 1st S of Wahiut st
Blackberry- al r fr Walnut to Spruce & fi-om

Pine to Lombard bet S 8th and 9th
Blackhorse al, runsfi-om 20 South Front to 19
south 2nd
ct, N from 171 Hii?h



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