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

+Christian Charles, laborer, Pleasant st w of College alley
+ Christie George, labourer, Salisbury st w of Canal
Christine George, Lombard st w of Eutaw

Christmas Caleb, caulker, William alley e of Light st
+ Christrnas Nicholas, laborer, Busy alley e of Sharp st
Christopher Joseph, watchman, 119 s Howard street
Christopher Michael, blacksmith, Lee st betw Light and Charles,

dw Light st opposite Guilford alley

Christopher Harriet, tailoress and dress maker, 103 Camden st
Christopher Michael, tavern, Light st near Guilford alley
Christy Henry, weaver, Union st s of Ross
Chronicle Commercial and Daily Marylander, by Nelson Poe,

office Gay st between Baltimore and Fayette
Church John, cordwainer, 15 Sterling st
Churchman Mary, milliner, 63 Lexington st
Churchman, Enoch, 2 Fountain row, Spring st
Circus and Theatre, cor Front and Low sts
City Spring's, see view of Baltimore at the beginning
City Hall, Holliday st near Saratoga
Clackner Mrs Elizabeth, Eden st n of Baltimore
Clackner Mrs Rebecca, 35 s Exeter st

Clackner Capt Joseph, deputy harbour master, 92 s High St
Claggett Eli, brewer, e Water st near falls
Claggett Miss, cor Courtland and Pleasant sts
Claiborne Charles H. ladies' shoe maker, 84 Ensor street
Clapp, Cole & Co. hatters, 5 s Calvert st
Clapp mrs Ann, High st near Hillen

Clapp Enoch, commission agent, 17 Exchange buildings, dw 38
Clappen Joseph, Mulberry st e of Charles [Sharp
Clare Thomas & Isaac, merchants, dw Hanover st n of Lee
Clare Isaac, grocer, cor Hanover and Lee Sts
Clarey Mrs. Frances, cor Lancaster st and Strawberry alley
Claridge Henry, printer, Wilk street near Apple alley
Claridge Lloyd, painter, Hillen st near Exeter
Claridge Mrs Catherine, Caroline street s of Wilk
Clark Elizabeth, widow, 44 n Front street
Clark & Kellogg, commission merchants, 6 Bowley's wharf
Clark John, of above firm, dw s e cor Sharp and Camden sts
Clark Nelson, of do., dw s e cor St. Paul's and Pleasant sts
Clark Patrick, grocer. Montgomery street e of Charles
Clark Mrs Ruth, Canal street w of Water
Clark Miss A. milliner, e Baltimore street near High
Clark James, cooper, s Exeter street n of Granby
Clark Levin P. engineer, 39 n Exeter street
Clark Ellen, s w corner Hampstead and Gist sts
Clark Capt. John, mariner, s w cor Fleet and Market sts
Clark Capt. Alexander, mariner, 10 e Fleet street
Clark Charles, pilot, 36 Fell's street

Clark James, seaman, Argyle alley alley n of Lancaster street


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