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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1837
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ULH Matchett's Baltimore

Turner Joseph jr. lumber merchant, 127 Hanover st

Turner and Wheelwright, paper warehouse, 30 s Charles st

Turner Nathan, butcher, Holland st w of Eden

Turner Henry, butcher, Holland st w of Long lane

Turner Miss Harriet, Orleans st e of Spring

Turner Thomas, carpenter, cor Orleans st and Short alley

Turner Mrs Elizabeth, 24 Forest st

Turner and Vass, grocers and corn. mts. 7 Bowley's wharf

Turner Joseph, drayman, Camden st w of Calhoun alley

Turner George, fisher, Cross st betvv Light and William

Turner Miss Mary D. fancy store, Baltimore st e of Front

+Turner James, labourer, French lane near Light st

+Turner William, labourer, Strawberry alley s of Pinkney st

Turner Priscilla, Ensor st near Forest

+Turner Morris, waiter, n Gay st near Molt

+Turner Francis, barber, bank lane betw St. Paul's and Calvert

Turner Abraham, labourer, Perry st e of Eutaw

Turner Michael, cordwainer, French st near East

Turpin Jos. ladies' shoe manufacturer, 34 Fayette st.

Tuttle Joseph, agent for Gouley's Bitters, 40 Market st f. p.

Tuttle John, Theatre tavern, Holliday st near Fayette

Tweedal James, China mender, Vine st e of Pine

Twiford ——, cordwainer, Mott st near Sterling

Twiford Edward cordvvainer, York st e of Charles

Tyler G. K. dealer in drugs and medicines, cor High and e Balt

Tyler George, ship carpenter, 4 Alice Anna st

Tyler Capt. James, Wilk st 1 door e of High

Tyler Daniel, Eden st s of Pratt

+Tynes Charlotte, Salisbury st w of Canal

Tyson's Chemical works, n w cor Cove and Columbia Sts

Tyson Charles, clerk, Pearl st n of Mulberry

Tyson Daniel, grocer, 28 Eutaw st

Tyson George, 130 Hanover st

Tyson George jr. 3 Pratt st wharf

Tyson William A. Bank st e of Market

Tyson P. T. s w cor Howard and Lombard sts

Tyson Isaac jr. 81 Lombard st w of Hanover

Tyson Jonathan, Pratt st w of Sharp

Tyson John S. attorney, office n w cor Lexington and Courtland

Tyson Nathan, flour and com mt. Patterson st. dw 36 Sharp st.

Tyle Alexander, professor of music, Charles st n of Saratoga

UBERT JOHN, shoe maker, Fawn st w of High
Uhler George, merchant, Camden st e of Sharp
Uhcorin Mrs. oyster cellar, cor Gay and Front sts
Ulhorn John, blacksmith, German st w of Penn
Ulhorn Mrs Mary, Pratt st e of Market space
Ulhorn Mrs. Sharp st w of Conway


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