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^ THE

PROSPECT

O F

PHILADELPHIA,

AND

CHECK

ON THE NEXT

DIRECTORY.



PART I.



GIVING, AT A SINGLE VIEW^

THE NUMBERS OF THE HOUSES, NAMES OF THE STREETS, LANES,

COUTS, AND ALLEYS ; WITH THE NAMES OF THE PRESENT

INHABITANTS, AND THEIR OCCUPATIONS : TOGETHER

WITH OTHER INTERESTING OCCURRENCES, AND

USEFUL OBSERVATIONS.



BY E D M U 1^ D H O G A N.



PHILADELPHIA:

PRINTED BY FRANCIS tif ROBERT BAILEY, AT YORICK'S
HEAD, NO. ii6, HIGH-STREEJ.

M.DC C.X C V.

{Cnter^tj according to ^ct of <ZtiXi%xt^^.]



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Philadelphia, Sept. 30, 1795. \

7/f/'E have J^cn a part of the Check, ?iow in the
prefs for Edmund Hogan ; we think the dejign
is goody the plan criginaU cind the Author worthy of
encouragement : the work was never attempted be-
fore, and we recommend him to our friends ^ as this
work will be of general utility ^ not only in Philadel-
phidy but in dijlant partSy where perfons may be
found who are defirous of knowing a fate of our



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City.

Matth. Ckrkfon.
Fred. A. Muhlenberg.
Godfrey Twells.
Richard Wells.
C. W. Peale.
Thomas Willing.
Johii Swan wick.
James Todd,
joleph Wetherill.



of knowing a fate of

Robt. Morris,
Chas. Biddle.
B. Diiflield.
Gid. Hill Wells.
Jacob Gerard Koch.
William Bingham.
Jonathan Bayard Smith.
James Wilfon,
John Baker.



IJir eel ions for the Reader,

Before a name, fignilies that no number is affixed to the houfe,
an 'J Jf. African.

Chriftian names in Italics, are ^hus printed to diftinguilh the names
of citizens who compofe firms. Omit the italicifcd names, and the
firm will read as on tl>e ('^g'^"

When one, two, or more names occur, without . . x)r any num-
ber prefixed, they are inmates, or perfons who live back on the fame

iOi.

The Profpccl, in this Part, will be confined to that fpace compre-
hended between V;ne-flreet and Cedar er South-ftreet; and between
the Delaware and Ninth-ftreet ; being about 531 acres, including all
the ftreets.

Any communications, concerning removals, &c. diresf^ed to che
Author, at No. S6, South Third-ftreet, or' to the care of the Print-
ters. No. 116, liigh-flreet, will be duly attended to.



THE

PROSPECT



O F



PHILADELPHIA, ifc.



^ HIGH, OR MARKET-STREET,

Beginning on the north fide near the Delaware,



No. Name.

1 Anne Flemings, widow

3 Anne Greer, widow

7 Patrick Dugan,

9 Francis Elliot,

II Mary Duncan, widow

13 William Newell,

15 Jofeph Rigby,



Oscupation,
Shopkeeper.
Groc::r.
Tobacconift.
Tavern-keeper.
Gentlewoman.
Gvocer.
Ironmonger.



Cro/s Frora- Street.

Grocer,

- - - Hr^rdwareman.

Hatter,



17 Jofeph Clark,
^ [ Abraham Sink,

21 5

23 James Carman,

2^ Nathan Ball and Elijah Conrad,

John Clinton,
zj Thomas Kelly,
29 Jofeph Birpham,

Jacob Canons,
31 Wiliiam C. Cummins,

George Craig,

George Middagh,
33 Charles and Jofeph Pleafants,
35 Jacob C. WikofF,
37 Mary CrefTon, widow .

Thomas Rogers and Alexander Wilfon, Merchants.
39 Ellis Yarnall, - . Plardware Merchant.

41 William Ball, - . Gentleman.

43 Samuel Bifph^m, - - Hatter.

45 Philip Sommcrkamp, - Druggift and Apothecary



Shopkeepers.
D.'-'.Ier in ilioes.
Shoe Merchant.
Hatter.

Hardware- dealer.
Planter.
Shoemaker.

Shoem-.ker.
Merchants.

Drrgeii^ and Apothecary.

Gentlewoman.



North, High or. M



_ 0. l^ams.

47 Benjamin Korner,

49 iacob Parke, . - _

K,i William Hsll and ff'nliam Sellers,

^•; Gecrge Morctou,

5 5 James Hutton, - - ^-

:;g John Richards,

hi John Hughes,



Market-street. Continued.
Occupation*
Ironmonger.
Ironrr.onger.
Prinieis and Stationers.
Hatter.
Ironmonger.
Ironmonger."
Merchant.



Ci'c/s Secona-Jtreet



Frederick Shinckle,
63 Margaret Hendrrfnn, widow,
65 Anthony Haliowell,
6-/ David Kimpton,

Hsnnah Hodge, widow,
69 William Crifpin,
yr Margaret Hal], widow,

^"arah Shute, widow,
73 John Mandiy,

Jonathan Dickinfon,
75 Benjamin Karbefon,
77 Jacob Benninghove, jun.

James H. Cole,
79 Robert Leflie and I/aac Price,

Jofeph Price,
81 Matthias Lamar,



Grocer.

Shopkeeper.

Merchant.

Merchant.

Merchant.
Shopkeeper.

Carpenter & Shopkeeper.

Jeweller.

Copperfmith.

Tobacconift.

Hatter.

Clock and Watch maker:.

Hatter.

Silverrmith.



Grin^jicne AWey opens here.
Runs N. and S. between Nos. 81 and 83, no perfon living there but



John Fouike,
83 George Roberts k Son.
85 Oi.ven & John Biddle,
87 Jofeph Crukfiiank,
91 Leefon JSimmonds,

Jofeph Simmonds,
93 John Woodward,
95 Thomas Howard,
97 Catherine Roberts,
99 Jonathan Carmant,



Doftor of Pnvfic.
Ironmongers.

Druggiftsand Apothrcaries,
Bookfeller and Stationer.
Mariner.
Ironmonger.
Shopkeeper.
Ironmonger.
Ironmonger.
Shopkeeper.



10 [ Peter Wiltberger and Willia'/n Smith, Ironmongers,
103 'Jclm Smith and Benjamin Johnfon, Ironmongers.

John Warder, . Merchant.

1O5 William Chancellor and John Davis, Merchants.
107 Mary Dallev, . . Shopkeeper/'

William Oliver, . Hardware Dealer.

109 Ifaac Pearfon, . . Hattc.



Ill Rebecca Price, widow.



Shopkeeper.



[ 5 ]

North, High oh Market-street. Continued.
No, ISiame, Occupation.

I 3 Daniel Jones, . Hardware Merchant.

-Acky Wood, widow, . Seamftrefs.

15 Eden Shotvvell, . . Merchanc.

Crafs Third-Jheet.
21 John Brooks, . ' . Glover andBreechssmsker.

23 Elizabeth Smith, widow, . Shopkeeper.

25 Anne and Sarah Aihbridge, . Shopkeepers.

John Porter, . . Brufh-Maker.

27 Jojiah Twamiey Sc Eihu. Shoemaker, Ironmongers.
29 George and Edward Thompron, Dry Good Merchants.

Joliah Twamiey, . ^ Ironmonger.

31 Adam Zp.nizinger. . T)ry Good Merchant.

33 Tho?nas Wiftar & 'John Cooke, Dry Good Merchants.

3 5 Gideon //. Wells &: Fdchard H. Morris, Ironmongers.
37 John and Abraham Singer, . Merchants.

39 Adam Handle, . . Innkeeper, King of Pruilia,

41 Daniel Wifiar, . . Gentleman.

4.3 VViliiam V/iftar, . Merchant.

.j.^ Godfrey T wells, . Brewer.

Caleb and Owen Foulke, . Merchants.

William Stanley, . , , Gentleman.

Samuel PalTey, - - Scrivener,

47 Jacob Johnfon & Co. . . Printers and Boolifellers.

49 George Williams & Peter Barker & Co. Ironmongers.
51 Sufanna Jones, widow, « . Georlewoman.

Owen and Jonathan Jones, . . Merchants.
^3 John P. Sanderfon, , . . ?v1crchant.

Elizabeth Fawcett, widow, . . Eoarding-houfe.
55 Laurance Seckcl, . . . Merchant.

Cro/s Fourth-Jireet.
57 & 1597^/r^f/Whelen, & yfj/-?/-,^ Miller, Merchants.
61 Lsurance Herbert, . . , Shopkeeper.

dl John V/hite, . _ , ChemifiDrug. & Apotheca*

65 George Willig, . , , Mufical Magazine Keeper.

67 David Price, , , . Copperfmith.

69 Philip Stin;el, . . . Tobacconifl.

71 Alexander Clay, . . . Innkeeper, Black Horfe,

73 John Young, . . « Merchant.

John Knorr, .... Cedar Cooper.

75 John M. Price & Co. . ._ Merchants.

77 Thomas Ryerfon, . . . Merchant.

79 Peter Kuhn, .... Merchant.

81 Benjamin Scall, ^ . . Hitter.

83 William Shannon, • - Au'flionecr.

S5 Jacob Fry, - - Baker.

Michael Camper. - Cooper. \



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No'RTH, High or Market-street. Continued.



187

191

197
199

2C1

203
205
207

2C9

211

315
217

J 19

221
223
225
227
229
331



235
^11



241

24s
247
249
251

255
257
259

's6i



Benjamin Weiherell,
Elizabeth Cottringer, widow

|i;:ob Barge,

Jacob Sperry,
Robe't: Shaw,



William Guier

Alexander Biifland,

"Jacob Miller and 'John Cline,

John Guier,

Samuel Fulton 2nd John Arrifon,

loha Simpfon

Conrad Bales,

Anthony ReTiin, «

FreJerick Keilz,

William Beynroth,

Hanna Pembeiton, widow,

Henry Seckcl, , . -

Wiiiiafn Bell,

'Ihomas W. Smith,

Anne Giles, widow,

John Sieinmetz,

Cafcer Wi Uar,



Rrbert Morris's, Counting houfe.
David M'Kciniick.
Naman and Pavid cellars



Occupation.
Tinman and Copperfmith.
Shopkeeper.
Gentleman.
Merchant.
Drygocd Merchant.
Crojs Fijth Street.

Grocer.

Ironmonger.

Grocers.

Wine Merchant.

Grocers.

Blackfmith^

Tobacconift.

Frtiiireiler.

Gentleman.

Shopkeeper.

Gentlewoman.

Wine Merchant.

Grocer.

Gentleman.

Gentlewoman.

Merchant.

Dodor of Phyfic.



Ironmonger.
Wire- Workers.



John Grandom,
William Hunter,
Paer Cr.fs,
Cafner Jones,
Sufannah Stanley, widow,
Jam"es Gallagher,

John Capp,



Cro/s Sixth-Street.

Shopkeeper.
Coach-maker.
Harnefs- maker.
Coach-maker,
Boarding houfe.
Doaor of Phyfic.
Grocer.



"Charles Biddle, Prothonotary of the Court of Common Pleas.
John Stein, - Gentleman.

Martin Dubs and C/^ar/^jMarquedant^Groceis.



John Sebaftian Conitz,

George Eddy,

John Parker,

Daniel Stever,

William Miller and John Grant,

John Fentom,

John Rugan and Mark Rodes,

Chrillopher Byerly,

Samuel Claphamfon,



Barber.

Broker.

Shopkeeper. "

Meat-fmoaker.

Grocers.

Coach-maker.

Grocers.

Cooper.

Cabinet-maker.



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—'•ijt.-V.'- 4VHiijnH



North, High or Market-street. CoNTiNUED.



Occupalio'd.
Trealurer of Pennfylva,".;.
Grocers.
Shopkeeper.
Harnefs-niaker.



J^o. 'Name.

263 Chriftian Febiger, ^

265 Jacob and Ifaac Painter,

267 Thomas Marley,

269 John Barret,

^ Crofs Se'venth-Jlreef.

271 Elizabeth Carfon, & Sifterj?, . . Gentlewomen

273 Daniel Stover v^ Jcfe Evans,

275 Samuel Shaw,

277 Willis Davis, Scjohn Daniel,

279 John Perot,

281 JohnDunlap,

283 Henry Herbfl, & Peter Lex,

285 John Dunwoody,



287 Jacob Trafel, & Nathan Matlack,jun. Grocers.
289 Richard North, . - - ^' ^

291 Mary Kean, widov/,

David Rees, _ - -

293 Caleb Foulke,

2og James Ker, Coachmaker, hia (hop,
299 Eliifton Perot,
301 Samuel Shoemaker,



Grocers.

Merchant.

Grocers.

Merchant.

Printer.

Grocers.

Innkeeper, Spread Ei'gle-



5'tone- Cutter.
Boarding-houfe.
Merchant.
Merchant,



307 Samnel Bryan,

309 Ge>>rge David Scckel,

311 David Seckel,

313 George Davis,

315 Pierce Butler,

317 John T ravers,

319 Edmund Randolph,

321 Samuel Breck,

qzr John EckRein,

325 Robert Fielding,

229 David Kennedy,

331 Sarah Connelly,

33 » James Pemberton,

335 Samuel Pleafants,

337 jof<?ph Anthony



Merchant.
. . Gentleman.
Crojs Eighth -preet.

. , . Regifter-General.
Gentkman.
Grazier.
Lawyer.

Senator from S. Carolina.
Merchant-.
Gentleman.
Merchant.
Limner.
Coach maker.
Secretary Land-c?ice.
Gentlewoman.
Gentleman.
Merchant.
Merchant.

N J N T H - S T R E E T .



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The houf^s are not numbcrsd above this place



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{^^ HIGH OR MARKET-STREET.
Begifining on the fouth fide near the Delaware.

No. Nawe. Occupation.

2 Thomas Hodgfon, ... Grocer.

4 John Micklejohn, . . . Grocer.

6 Andrew Boyd, . - , - Shopkeeper.

8 Thomas Palmer, . , . Innkeeper,
lo Jacob Brown, - - - Taylor.

William Rode, - . . ^Vatchmaker.

12 John Mulry, .... Grocer.

14 John Campbell, . . . Grocer.

Crcfs Front-Jirea.

16 James Stokes, . - , . Merchant.

John Mair, .... Saddler.

18 Jacob Ernft, .... Fruiterer,

•JLO Samuel Read, .... Shoe Warehoufe.

22 R. Aiikea & Son, . . . Printers and Book-binders.

24 John Inilone, k "James Bacon, . Merchants.

26 Jofeph C. Filher, ... Hatter.

28 Richard Hopkins, . . , Ironmonger.

30 Alexander Fullertcn, . . . Merchant.

L/ETITIA-COURT

Opens her?, between this number and No. 32, eleven houfes are num-
bered in it, and there are twenty houfe-heepers irKluding inmates
jiving there; the court is about 200 feet deep and about 30 feet
wide — The following are their names,

1 John Chc'.ce, .... Taylor.
Florence rvlitchell, widow, . .

2 Elizabeth Roberts, widow, Boarding-hcufe.

3 Sarah Sriftol, widow, . . . Baker.

4 Andrew Taylor, . . . Hairdrefier.

5 Sufanna Budden, widow, . . Gentlewoman.

6 John Murphy, .... Innkeeper.

7 VViiiinm Ruddach, ... Carpenter.
, ^ John Kelly, - - . , Bottler.

9 John Crofs, , . ^ Innkeeper.
Jofeph Bc-,ker, .... Tinman.

10 Eberhart Longcope, - Eoarding-houfe,

George Bloom, - - Shoemaker,

Conrad Dewettier, - Painter and Glazier,

Menry Pring'e, - Labourer,

Robert Storey, - - Flcufe Carpenter,

Jolhua Stitze, - Scrivener,

11 John Peters, , - Mariner,

V/iiiiam Bird, ^ - Labourer,

Miry Ann VVheelen, widow,
i^ iHperfons died in this court during the viHtation in 1795.



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South, High or Market-street. Continueb.



No» Name.

32 John Carrell,
34. William Pearron,
36 Robert S. Stafford,
38 Mifs Eliza. Rees,
Nicholas Hopper,
40 Kenry Manley,
42 Martha Fox,

Ifaac Cox,
44 William Council,
46 Enoch Thompfon,



Occupation*
Ironmonger,
Hatter,

Dodor of Phyfic,
Shopkeeper & fhoedealer,
Witidfor Chairmaker,
Dealer in (hoes.
Shopkeeper,
Hatter,
Hatter,
Hatter,



48 John Dunlap & Da'vicl C.CIaypoole's PrintiRg-Office,
Michael Duffey, - - PreHman,

William Williams, - Crier at Vendues,

50 Henry and Patrick Rice, - Bookfellers and Stationers,
52 W'iliiam. Adcock, - Shopkeeper,

Crofs Second-Street,

The Friends* Meeting-houfe^

Founded in the year 1698, enlarged and rebuiltin 1755, is 75 feet
long, 55 feet wide, and about 30 feet high, with galleries on the
eaft, north and weft fides ; has convenient feats and benches for
twelve or fifteen hundred perfons ; with cellars under the whole.



54 Richard Humphreys,

56 James & Henry Reynolds,

58 George Kitts,



Chirw merchant.
Carvers and Gilders,
Innkeeper,



Grocer and Bottler,
Innkeeper.
Hardware dealer^,
Dealer in fjuit,
Book feller.
Merchant,
Bottlers,



Crofs Stra-wbsrry-Jlreet.

60 Thomas KingHon, - Dealer in fruit,

62 Charles Barrington,
64 James M'Donnald,

John Duffield,
66 Robert Taylor,
68 Benjamin Davies,
70 Thomas Holmes,

John Cottril k Wm. Gumpl^on,

Firjl Prcjhyterian Church
Was founded in 1704 and rebuilt in 1794, is 8S feet long, 56 feet
broad, and 40 feet high, has no gallery, 96 pews on the floor which
will hold fix perfons each; Dr. Ewing is the ofiiciating miniftcr;
the cellar rents for 200 dollars per annum.

Crofs White Horfe-AVey.

72 Giiffith Edwards & Wm. Maddock, Grocers,
74 Ifaac Vredenburgh, - Merchant,

76 William HcldcrneiTe, • Merchant,



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South, High or Market-street. Continued.
i^lo. Name. Occupation,

78 Hilary Baker, - Alderman,

8c Michael Kitts, - - Innkeeper, Indian King.

Sz Thonnas Hockley, - Ironmonger,

84 Ijraei jonts Jquila Jones Sc Mark RevesMerchants,
86 John Hopkins & Edward IAosngW, Ironmongers,
Z^ Joieph Cooke, - * Goldfmith & Jeweller,

Crojs Third-Street,

Merchant,



po John Fries,

92. Michael Roberts,

94 joieph Anthony, junior

96 Richard Widar,

98 Henry Keppele,



G-rar^^^Kcppele & Henr'^ Zantzinger, Merchants,



Ironmonger,
Goldfmith and Jeweller,
Ironmonger,
Gentleman,



100 Rachel G;eble, widow,

i02 Thomas Bradley,
James Hendricks,
Coliiii McLaughlin,

104 John Rieghly,

106 AnneThjrpe, widow,
Thomas Englifh,



Innkeeper,

Copperfmith,

Cutler,

Mariner,

Tobacconift,

Gentlewoman,

Merchant,



^ Franklin's-court opens here.
M. La Cheva Friere,

108 Charles Gilchrift,

110 Seth Craige,

112 Benja. Franklin Bacbe,

1 14 Robert Bafs,

116 Francis & Robert Bailey,

118 Matkew Carey,

120 Henry GrafF,

Charles Bitters,
122 John Phile,

Benjamin Carr's, Mufical Repofitory,
124 John & James Poultney, - Ironmongers,

126 William Richards, - Skindreffer,

528 Jacob Cox, : - Merchant,

CroJ's Fourth-Street.
130 George Cooper Sen. - Skindreffer,



Portuguefe Ambaffador.

Merchant,

Saddler,

Printer of the Aurora,

Apothecary,

Printers and Bookfellers,

Bookfeller,

Gentleman,

Furrier,

Shopkeeper,



John Newman,
132 John Haines,

136 John Whitefides,

138 Mary Jenkins, widow,

140 Mary Nicholas, widow,

J 42 Catherine Greenleaf, vvido;v.



Toyman,
Sadler,

Merchant,

Boarding- houfe keeper.

Innkeeper, ConeflogaWag.

Gentlewoman,



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South, High or Market-street. Continued.
No. N^^ne. , ^ Occupation.^

,AA Renj. Henry Helmuth, MinifteroftlH German Luthcrian Con,
,16 John Service, - - Merchant,

,48 Lewis Walker, - Hatter,

ito John Riehlc, - - robac^^nift,

ir2 & ,C4Gm-^^Bickham&7«r.^ Reese, Merchants,
1^6 Eleazar O^ald, . - Pinter Indepen. Gazet.

158 John N. Hagenau,

Sufannah Hedengran,
160 George Heyl,
162 Jofeph Lawfon,
Wm. Eliliotc,
Nicholas Forlberg,
164 Ebenezer Branham, -

166 Charles & David Evans,
j68 William SheafF,



Merchant,

Boarding-houfe,

Tobacconift,

Sadler,

Blarkfmith,

Painter and Glazier,

Innkeeper,

Grocers

Wine Merchant,



Crofs Fifth-Street,



170 James Dunn,
172 William Jones,
174 Robert E. Jones,
176 Jacob Stein,
178 Abraham Kintzing,
180 Henry SheafF,

190 George Wafhington,
192 Robert Morris,



Boarding-houfe,

Gentleman,

Wine Merchant,

Flour Merchant,

Grazier,

Wine Merchant,

Prefident of the U. State
Merchant,



194 Peter Gravenfline,

195 Samuel Ottis,
200 George Strayley,
202 John Moale,
204 Benjamin Rogers,
206 Henry Claufe,
208 James Anderfon,

George Leehler,
210 Jacob Thompfon,



Crofs Sixth-Street.

Dealer in Fruit,



Sec. of the Senate of U. J!

Innkeeper,

Huckfter,

Shoemaker.

Grocer.

Sadler,

Reed-maker,

Grocer,



Baltzer Clymer,

212 W^m. Turner,

214 Martha Archer widow,

216 Alexander Greenwood,
Adam Roth,
Lawrence Lowery,

218 ^ 220 George Weed,



(tf- Clymer's-alley opens here.



Carter,

Gentleman,

Boarding-houfe,

Shoemaker.

Labourer,

Labourer,

Innkeeper,



T ■">



South, High or Ma
No. Name.

i2i Robert Kid, & Co.
!24 Archi. Woodrufi & fFm.
126 Daniel Broadhead,
iz'^ Thomas Paflmore.

Andrew Gilmore,

Crc/s

130 John Richards,
:34 Bahzer Emery,

Elizabeth Roufe, widow
John Hinkle,
44. Thomas Murgatroyd,

46 Richard Rundle,

48 & 250 Thomas MifHin,

54 John Watfon,

56 Benjamin Shoemaker.

58 Francis Van Kerckell,

60 WiUian Rawje,

64 George VVefcQtt,

66 William Headman,



RKET- STREET. CONTINUED.
Occupation,
Perfumers,
Pechin, . Printers and Bookfellers,
. Suveryor- Genera],
* Tinman,
Tinman,

Sequent h -flrcet,

. Merchant,

Baker,
. Shopkeeper,
. Potter,
. Merchant,

Merchant,

Governor, Land-Office.
. Merchant,

Gentleman,
. Ambairador from Holland,
» Attorney U. S. for Penn.

Copper Merchant,
. Potier,



Crqfs Eighth '^reet.
58 Alexander Auillo, . . . Shoemaker,



70 Jofeph Carre,
v2 Jofeph Oiiden,
74 James Wilfon,
;6 ifrael.Whelen,
78 William Hamilton,
John Smith,



Icecream feller,

Reg. of v.'ts. & meafures.

Judge of Sup. court U S.

Merchant,

Houfe Caarpenter,

Hcufe Carpenter,



Crofs Ninth-JIreet,



THE whole diflance from the North-Weft corner of Front
nd Hij^^h-ftreet, to the North-Eaft corner of Hii^h and Ninth-
reet, is 4064 feet, or 246 perches and about one third of a
^rch, including the breadth of feven ftreets.

High-ftre.*t is remarkably falubrious. The number of deaths in
is flreet, from the river to Ninth-ftreet, from the commencement



us

f



. the ep'demic in 1793, to the 5th of Odober, was 39. At that
me 799 white perfons had left this ftreet, and 794 remained ; and
le houfes (hut to the open ones, were as 3 to 2.



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PERSON S

WHO OCCUPY THE MAKKET-HOUSES I N HIGH-STREET.

JERSEY-MARKET. 396 feet long.



1 George Brov\n,

2 Jofeph Keighn,

3 William Lawrence,

4 Jofeph Reeves,

5 Samuel Burrows,

6 Samuel Harrifon,

7 Mary Clements,

8 William Clements,

9 Mary Wood,

10 Morgan and Tomkins,

11 Jofeph Morgan,

12 jofeph Cooper,

13 Marmaduke Cooper, and
jofeph Branfon,

14 Darnel and Homes,



31 Ann Cooper,

32 Wilfon i^ Brown,

33 Charles Fiench,

34 Samuel Ijadd&Phlneas Lord>

35 Caleb Li pencott,

36 Wm. Kii.ight,

37 Daniel Smith,

38 Benjamin Archer,

39 Lipencotit & Ballanger,

40 James Cooper,

41 Wm. Matlack,

42 Ifaac Alberfton,

43 Adam Baker,

44 Charles LIubs,

45 ifaac Fifn,



15 Shrive and Samuel Perkins, 46 Ifaac Fifli;, junior.



and Samuel Evans,

16 William Rodgers,

17 Widow Levv'elling,
3« Abraham Matlack,
19 Jofeph Mlckle,

-zo Erwin and Whiteall,

21 Barton and Shivers,

22 Lawrence Shuifter,

23 Georg;G Fiench,



47 Borrows & Archer,

48 Thomas Dudley,

49 Catherine Foller,

50 And. Anderfbn&J.Bifpham,

51 Ifaac Ward & John Tatum,

52 Sam. Matlack&Benj. Hooton,

53 Snovvden & Crim,

54 Ifaac Ivins & Peter Slim,

55 David Bloyd,

24 Cooper, Stiles and Roberts, 56 Abraham Jnflcip,

25 Ifaac Burrows, ^y Hollingiliead & Bifpham,

26 Jofeph Hugg, ^il Gideon Buriows,

27 Jacob Stokes &George Gange, 59 Henry Fifhei,

28 Abel Clements, 60 I. Armftrong & E. Z. Collins,

29 Slone 2^EvealI, 61 Giffin & Jones,

30 Job & James Whiteall, 62 Lord i^ Goulfion.

Mo^jeahle Stalls under the Arches.
Pifant & Elridge, Abraham Rulings,

Timothy EilLop, Geo. Daniel, & Jof. Ridgeway.

^ The foregoing 62 Stalls are let at 6 dollars per quarter, the 4
laft at 5 dollars per quarter.

MIDDLE-MARKET. 496 feet long, and 20 broad.



1 Martin Borhavc,

2 Edward La (key,

3 Philip Odenheymer,



4 Michael Kroufe,

5 Henry Miilcr,

6 Peter Shrivcr,



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7 George Talmon,

8 Andre'^v Lex,

9 Wiliiam Wonderl//

10 Philip Lovvery,

11 George Bigler,

12 Thomas Mallerraan>

13 John Everharr,
14. Catherine White,
If V/illiam White, 1

■t6 Jacob Wonderly,

17 jofcph Rickets,

18 Eliis Fry, i

19 Elizabeth LudwiCk,
'20 George Woelpertj
'21 Widow Heard,

■ 22 Daniel Maffey,

■ 23 Nicholas Griger,
^24 John Henikle,
|2.5 John Alberger,
^26 Henry Leece,

27 Valentine Boyer,

28 David Uber,

,29 George Bantoline>
'30 Peter Hinkle,
'31 Philip Alberger,
'32 Conrod Drum,
J 35 John Freyburg,
'34. Henry Shriver,
' 35 Adam Shuyfter,

36 John Moyer,

37 Catherine Hoots,

38 George G enter,

39 Widow Fhyfer,



40 George Sneck>

41 Jofeph GrofF,

42 Frederick Bantoline,

43 Jacob HoiF,

44 Frederick Woe-Ipart,

45 Peter Hurtz,

46 Peter Sebart,

47 Abraham Wortman,

48 Jacob Lowdenfleger,

49 Lewis Runn'er,

50 Adam Weatherilone,

51 George Kurtz,

52 Jofeph Minihall,

53 Jacob Greer,

54 Thomas Bradley,
5ij Catherine Deal,

56 John Greer,

57 John Cartright,

58 Martin Kuhn,

59 Jacob Lix,

60 Widow Olar,

61 Benjamin Pearfon,

62 Godfrey Lintz,

63 Sebaftian Sebart,

64 Henry Fow,

65 John Fow,

66 Jacob Alberger*

67 Michael Mulenburger,
6S George Lowdenflager,

69 John Pray,

70 John Ferman,

71 Jacob Spaight,
72 Samuel Rufk.



Mo^jeahk Stalls u?ider the Arches.



Philip Bigler,
John Robifon,



Martin Runner,
Chrillopher Mcofe.



The firft 46 Stalls pay 6 dollars per quarter, the remainder 5,
and thofe under the Arches 4.

NEW SHAMBLES, 396 feet long.



1 Peter Lowrey,

2 John Duiweiler,

3 Jacob Cart,

4 George Hopple,

5 John Cope,

6 Chriflopher Wolf,

7 John Shepard,



8 Godfrey Cope,

9 Henry Crefs,

10 Charles Bowman,

1 1 Henry Homiler,

12 John Wea.herfione,
15 Samuel Deal,

14 John Peters,



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15 Jacob Baker, 23 George Rigler,

16 George Hopple, 24 Martin Weaber,
ij Anthony Karraher, 25 John Andrews,

18 George Wonder, 26 Jacob Hortcr,

19 Cafper HefF, 27 George Knorr,

20 Valentine Wonder, 28 Abraham Veckerly,

21 Lawrence Opman, 29 John Porcupine,

22 Peter Deale, 30 Henry Rigler.

Moveable Stalls under the Jrches.
Henry Hoyle, Peter Veckerly,

Jacob Giddion, . Ludwick Karaher.

Each of the 30 pay 5 dollars per quarter, the Arched ones 4 dollj,
the remaining 30 Stalls are occupied by the country people.

Forty-eight Stalls are put up and taken down twice a week for pcr-
ons who fell vegetables, 24 of them pay each 2f dollars per quarter,
the other 24 pay 2\,

The rent of the whole market-houfe amounts to 4,376 dollars per
annum.

The old Court-houfe is attached to the Middle Market Shambles ;
an apartment in it is appropriated for the ufe of Mr. Peter Smith and
Mr- Barney Cart, clerks of the market. The five city commiffion-
ers meet in another apartment there twice a week ; and the county
commiffioners meet there every day. The Governor is proclaimed
from the balcony ; and all biils of divorce from the fupreme court
are publifhed from it, according to cuflom. The account of dif-
tances from the city, in every dire<^ion, is computed from this, as
a central point>



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NORTH W A T E R-S T R E E T. Eajl Side.

No. Name» ^ Occupation*

I Nathan Eyre, «. . Taylor.

Jacob Hollinfhead, - Hatter.

3 Thomas & Peter Mackie, - Merchants.

5 Peter Morgan, . - Merchant.

I. R. Barde&Co. . Merchants.

7 Bohl Bohlen, . m Merchant.

Frederick Stoome, - Scrivener.

9 Thomas Leiper, - - TobacconiH.


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