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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1837
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SEL Matchett's Baltimore

Scribner S. cor Charles and Pleasant Sts

Scroggs Alexander, tailor, Apple alley betw Lancaster and Alice

Seroggs Robert, carpenter, Orleans st e of Long lane [Anna Sts

Scroggs mrs Ann, 48 n High st.

Seabright mrs. boarding house, Buren st near French

Seabroogs John, blacksmith, Tyson alley near Falls road

Seabrooks Thomas, dyer and scourer, 35 s Charles st

Seagafoose mrs Catherine, boarding house, Guilford alley near

Seagle Joseph, butcher, Heron Bay near Neighbour st

+Seagswick Mary, Carpenter's alley e of Paca st [Light st

Seamore ——, blacksmith, Falls av. betw Pratt and Water Sts

Seargeant James, oyster cellar, Front st s of Low

Searley James E teacher, Ann st n of Alice Anna

Searley mrs Jane, Ann st n of Gough

Searley John, butcher, Ann st s of Alice Anna

Sears John C. turner, Front st s of Low

Sears William, labourer, Friendship st s of Orleans

Sears Ward, dyer and scourer, 20 s Calvert st

Sears Wm. Pratt st near Gough

Seche Joseph, mahogany dealer, Park st s of Lexington

Seche & Holland, cabinet makers, Lexington st w of Fayette

Seccombe Thomas, carpenter, 19 Thomson st

Second st museum, n e cor Frederick & Second Sts Robert L.

Curry proprietor

Seed James senr., victualler, Penn. av. e of George st
Seederbery T. fruit shop, 29 German st
Seeger Jacob, silver plater, Fayette e of Calvert
++Segan Mary, J., n Gay st near Saratoga
Segu Elizabeth, hoarding house, cor Lexington &, Liberty Sts
Segurik Baker, laborer, 41 Union st
Seesnop Catherine, confectioner, 113 Eutaw st
Seidenstricker Elizabeth, tailoress, 44 n Front st
Seidenstricker Frederick, tobacconist, cor Hawk st and Centre

Market space [Lane
Seidenstricker Jerome N., bookbinder, Harrison st near Etna
Seidenstricker John B. ornamental painter, corner Tripolett's

alley & Baltimore st dw Forrest near Hillen
Seitz John, shoemaker, 58 Market st Fell's Point
Selby Miss, milliner, Charles st n of Pratt [al and arcade
Sellers John, blacksmith, Green st n of Lexington dw cor Long
Sellers John, carpenter, Penn. av. n of Hoffman st
+Sellers Phoebe, washer, Low st s of Aisquith [and Pratt Sts
Selman & Crook, wholesale grocers &, com. merch. cor South
Selman James C., firm of above, St. Paul's bet. Pleasant and

Mulberry sts

+Sellman Peter, rigger, Park st n of Saratoga
Seltzer Jacob, Greenwillow st s of Pennsylvania avenue
Seltzer Mrs. Mary A., Penn. av. s of Hoffman st
Seltzer Lewis, victualler, Hoffman st e of Penn av


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