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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1837
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Director for 1837 ENO

Ellisor. Alexander, second hand furniture store, 62 n Howard st

Ellmore James, victualler, Gist si Hampstead Hill

Ellms John, cooper, Mercer st e of Light

Elterman Frederick, Adelphi House, s w cor Fayette and Holli-

Eltonhead T. jeweller, 82 Harrison st [day sta

Ellsby Samuel, tailor, Sterling st near Mott

Ellsby T. Sawyer, Pleasant st e of Park

Elsroad Francis, labourer. Busy alley w of Charles st

Elvins William, watchmaker, Wolf st s of Fleet

Ely John L. cor Pratt st and Apple alley

Ely John, Pearl st s of Chesnut alley

Ely Maholn S. boot and shoe manufacturer, Gay st near High

Einart William, carpenter, n Gay st near Aisquith

Emerick David, cordwainer, Penn, avenue n of Preston st

Emerson Richard, rigger, Addison st near High

Emerson Mali da, Salisbury st w of Canal

Emich Nicholas, cabinet maker, Baltimore st w of Pearl, dw

Pearl st n of Baltimore

Emich John, tinner, Baltimore Rt w of Paca
Emmart John, carpenter, French st near High
Emmart Michel, carpenter, n Gay st near Mott
Emmart Thomas, grocer, s e cor High and Pratt Sts
Emmart Henry, tobacconist, s e cor Howard and Pratt Sts.
Emory John B. grocer, n e cor Franklin and Chatsworth sts
Emory Gideon, Franklin st w of Park
Emory Gideon, rope maker, Mulliken sts of Spring
Emory Stevens and Browne, wholesale grocers and corn. mts. 2
Emory Samuel T. dw cor Fawn and High Sts [Bowley's whf.
Emory Richard, clerk Union Bank, dw St. Paul's st near Mulberry
Emory and Co. lottery and exchange office, 2 n Calvert st
++ Emory Alexander, blacksmith, Caroline st n of Gough
Eney William, cordwainer, Baltimore st opposite Amity
England Mrs. Mary, 74 Bond st
England William, mariner, Thames st w of Bond
English Eliza, Mulberry st near Park
Engle Daniel, cordwainer, Wayne st e of Howard
Engle Jacob, cordwainer, Wayne st e of Howard
Ennalls Margaret, boarding house, 20 s Gay st
++Ennals John, waterman,Caroline st s of Wilk
++Ennals William, Spring st s of Gough
+Eunelt Mary, frizette maker, Columbia st e of Howard
Ennis Mrs Elizabeth, 17 Albermarle st
Ennis John, labourer, Lerew's alley
Ennis Mrs. and Mrs. Martin, band box factory, Commerce st
Ennis Gregory, grocer, Camden st 1 door w of Pratt, dw
Ennts capt. Joseph, 2 Lancaster st w of Market [Sharp st
Ennis Joseph, steam boat hand, 23 Comet street
Eno Richard, baker, Orleans st e of Aisquith


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