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

Chandler William, hatter, Low st between Potter and Exeter

Chandley Mrs Elizabeth, 97 High st

Chaney William, wheelwright, Montgomery st e of Charles

Chaney Benjamin, waterman, cor Chatsworth st and Chesnut al

Chapin H. D. attorney at law, 24 Fayette st

Chapin Jonas, Mulberry street

Chaplin David, drayman, Charles st extended

Chapman John L. druggist, s e cor Baltimore and South Sts. dw

Chapman Henry, Charles st court [Front st near Gay

Chapman Dr. John, druggist, 68 Lexington st

Chapman William, Comet st. w of Aisquith

Chapman Catherine, washer, West st extended

Chapman George, agent for sale of glass, Calvert et opposite

Water, dw 81 Front st

Chapman Capt Thomas, Gough st n of Pratt
+Chapman Jeremiah, nailor, cor Hollins st and Long lane
Chappell John G. commission mt. 83 Smith's whf. dw 7 Pitt st
Chappell Thomas S. firm of Boyd and Chappell, tobacconists,
Chappell John, 35 Lexington st [80 Pratt st. dw 19s Exeter st
Chappell P. S. & Co. druggists. 170 Baltimore st
Chappell P. S. of above firm, w 66 St. Paul's street
Charles Mrs Elizabeth, Happy alley n of Gough st
Charles Benjamin, shoe maker, Happy alley s of Pratt st
+Charles Theodorus, stevedore, Spring st n of Wilk
Charrier Peter, gunsmith, 53 South st
Charters Thomas, cabinet maker, Holliday st near Bath
Chase Capt Thorndick, Thames st. opposite Philpot
Chase William, shoe maker, Lexington st w of Park
Chase Moses, deputy keeper penitentiary, Hillen st near Potter
Chase Brittin, clerk of Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Co. dw

Charles street court

Chase Daniel, baker, s e cor Saratoga st and Lerew's alley
Chase Wells, commission merchant, dw Eulaw st s of Cider alley
Chase Charles, George st e of Pine
Chase Hannah H. Lexington st w of Eutaw
Chase & Towner, dealers in wool and machine cards, 5 s Eutaw

street, dw of Mr Chase opposite
Chase Hannibal H. comb maker, 80 Conway st
Chase Hester, washer, Wagon alley w of Park st
Chase Alexander H. innkeeper, 22 Liberty st.
Chase Mary Ann, seamstress, Crook's row, Monument st
Chase Eliza, washer, Potter st e of Low

+Chase Simuel, teacher, Marion, st e of Eutaw
Chase Corrinna, washer, Aisquith st s of Orleans
+Chase John, fisher, Forest st n of Douglass
+Chase Allen, porter, Short st s of Jefferson
+Chase Betsy, Ensor st near Monument
+Chase Samuel, carter, Strawberry alley near Wolf street
+Chase William, waterman, Happy alley s of Fleet st



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