John James Barralet, 46 Filbert Street
Benjamin Smith Barton, 184 Mulberry Street
Nicholas Biddle, 150 Chestnut Street(1)
Bradford & Inskeep, 4 South Third Street
John Conrad, 30 Chestnut Street
Mahlon Dickerson, 22 South Sixth Street
William Hamilton, Woodlands(2)
Isaiah Lukens, 173 High [Market](3) Street
Bernard McMahon, 39 South Second Street
Robert Patterson, University Yard, South 9th Street
Charles Willson Peale, Fifth below Chestnut
Benjamin Rush, corner, Walnut and Fourth Streets
Israel Whelan, Market and Fourth Streets
Alexander Wilson, Gray's Ferry(4 )
Caspar Wistar, corner, Prune(5) and Fourth Streets
(1) 150 Chestnut Street was the home of Charles Biddle, Nicholas
Biddle's father. In 1810, when Clark first met Biddle, the latter,
only recently returned from Europe, and unmarried, probably resided
with his parents at this address.
(2) "Woodlands," situated west of the Schuylkill River,
and therefore beyond the city limits, does not appear in City
Directories of the early 1800s.
(3) George H. Eckhardt. Pennsylvania Clocks and Watchmakers
N.Y., 1955, indicates this address for Lukens for the years 1818-1829.
We have no location for him for the years 1803 -1814.
(4) Gray's Ferry, like "Woodlands," was west of the
(5) Prune, also spelled Pruen, is now Locust Street,