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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1837
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Director for 1837. HOO

Hollis Charles, agent for Christian Advocate and Temperance
Herald, Pratt st w of Charles
Holloway George, s e cor Eutaw and Lombard its
Holloway Wm. druggist, 284 w Baltimore st
Holloway Robt, clock and watch maker, 115 High st
Holmes Jas. weaver, Sarah Ann st e of Cove
Holmes R. sexton 1st Baptist ch. Carpenter's al e of Paca st
Holmes Elizabeth, tavern, cor Liberty and Park sts
Holmes Richard, coachmaker, Hanover sts of Montgomery
Holmes James, Charles st s of West
Holmes mrs Lydia, milliner, Front st s of Baltimore
Holmes Wm. blacksmith, 91 e Fleet st
Holmes mrs Sarah, Caroline st s of Wilk
Holmes Thomas, mariner, 10 Bank st

Holmes Mrs. 74 s Howard st [ing Beltzhoover's hotel
Holmes Moses, lottery and exchange broker, Light st adjoin-
Holmes & Son, dentists, Lexington st e of Courtland
Holmes John, labourer, Harford avenue
Holmes James, porter, 60 s Howard st
Holsie Peter, drawing academy, Barnet st w of Charles
Holt George H. hat man'r, 8 Pratt st dw Columbia near Green
Holier Lewis, cedar cooper, cor Calvert and Mercer sts and
Holton David, porter, Paca st s of Fayette [Gay near Front
Holts John, brass founder, Granby st w of Hariord run
Holtz Catherine, nurse, 42 Orleans st
Holtz Christian, hatter, 7 Lexington st
Holtz Emanuel, paper hanger, Forest st w of Harford run
Holtz Christian, cor Wilk st and Apple alley
Holtzman Thomas, porter, Pearl st s of Saratoga
Holtzman George, tailor, Lernmon st w of Paca
Homan Isaac S. clerk, Charles st n of Lee
Honey widow, cor Park st and Ivy alley
Honslon John, cordwainer, Poiter st n of Gay
Hoof Conrad, Apple al near Lancaster st
Hoofnogel Wm. moulder, Armistead lane e of Light st
Hoofnogle John, liquor store, cor York and Williams sts
Hoogewerff J. J. consul lor the Netherlands, cor Second and

Gay sts dw St Paul's n of Pleasant
Hook Henry, painter, Pearl st s of Lexington
Hook Capt. Joseph, Senr. Green st n of Lexington
Hook Elizabeth, mantua maker, cor Eager al and Saratoga st
Hook Joseph, Jr. Chatsworth st opposite Greenwillow
Hook John, tailor, Madison st e of Howard
Hook Henry, house and sign painter, 43 Lexington st
Hook Enoch, hatter, Ensor at near Monument
Hoop Peter, labourer, Hill st near Williams
Hoop Jacob, Caroline st n of Fleet

Hooper Edward, mariner, 72 Bond st
Hooper James, tailor, 4 Bond st dw 72 do



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