The Saint Louis business directory for 1853-4 /
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J. P.Robinson, ,
No. 73 North Third Street,
General Machinist
And Engineer ,
Dentists’ Jewelers and Machinists’ Lathes; Small Planers and Jewelers Rollers,
neatly and carefully made to order. Small Steam Engines, from four inch cylinder
upwards; together with every description of plain and complicated Machinery, Die
Sinking ond Letter Cutting, Air, Hydraulic and Diving Bell Pumps. Also, Church
and Tower Clocks on the most simple and approved style of Architecture.

Orders from the country, with Drafts of Machinery, will meet with strict attention.

Drawings and Models, neatly made on liberal terms.


Marking Brands.

L. M.Prince, ,
Steincil Brand Cutter ,
No. 28 Olive street, opposite the Monroe House.

Merchants, Millers, Packers and Manufacturers Brands
Of every description cut in a superior style. Also, small
names for marking linen, books, &c.

Alphabets and Figures,
Of all sizes, constantly on hand, or cut to order,
At the shortest notice.


Dr. T. W.Newman, ,
Office 77 Washington avenue,
Between Trird and Fourth,
East side Fifth, four doors above Olive,
St. Louis, Mo.