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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
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Carey Henry, boarding house, w side Charles st n of Pratt
Carfield Edward, grocer, 55 Saratoga st e of Howard
Carnan Patrick, watchman, Saratoga st e of Poppleton
Cariss &, Schultz, furnishing ware rooms, 108 Baltimore st—see
advertisement page 3
Cariss Sampson, of firm, dw Fayettest betw Holliday & Calvert
Carl Catharine, seamstress, e side High st n of Pitt
Carlan mrs Jane, 124 n Howard st
Carlin miss Louisa, dress maker, 35 Lombard st e of High
Carlisle James H. grocer, corner Orleans and Lewis sts
Carlisle Eleanor, Beuren st near Liberty alley
Carlon mrs Margaret, grocer, Calvert st opposite city spring
Carman Jacob, distiller, Saratoga st e of Holliday, dw Exeter n
Carman Thomas, labourer, York st e of Light [of Stiles
Carman Wm. dw 56 n Gay st
Carman D. S. &, Murray, carpenters, Grant st n of Lombard
Carman James, comb maker, York st w of Charles
Carman mrs Mary, Franklin st w of Cove
Carman Joseph, shoemaker, Henrietta st e of Charles
Carman Wm. e side High st s of Pitt
Carmichael Wm. shoemaker, Mulberry st S doors e of Paca
Carmichael Wm. labourer, Albemarle st s of Wilk
Carruick E. H. shoe and straw store, 109 Baltimore st
Carmine Wm O. carter, Wilk st e of Wolfe
Carmine Wm. painter, Orleans st w of Short
Carmine Smith, painter, corner Orleans and Short sts
Carnes John, shoemaker, Franklin st w of Cove
Carnes John, shoemaker, R side Baltimore st w of Canal
Carnes Charlotte, e side Happy alley s of Fleet st
Carnighan mrs M. dry goods dealer, 60 Hanover st
Carpenter Wm. shoemaker, Pratt st e of Paca
Carpenter Uriah, Hill st e of Sharp
Carr Henry, clothier, n e corner Gav and Pratt sts
Carr Wm. baker, s «ide Low st e of Front
Carr Bridget, tavern, 53 s Frederick st
Carr Henry, clothier, corner Pratt and Gay sts
Carr John, stonemason, Low st e of Exeter
Carr John, 73 n Exeter st
Carr Greenbury, foundry man, Hollins st w of Schroeder
Carr mrs Catharine, Carpenter's alley w of Paca st
Carr E. M. exchange office, 28 w Pratt st. dw 82 Conway
Carr Michael, labourer, w side Apple alley s of Fleet st
Carr mrs Mary Ann, n side Hawk st
Carr George, boat builder, w Falls avenue, city block
Carr Dabney S. naval officer, port of Baltimore, Custom house
Carrere J. attorney at law, law buildings, St Paul st. dw n w cor
North and Lexington sts
Carrick Benjamin, machinist. Lee st w of Eutaw
Carrigan Js. French st s of Centre
Carroll Spence, atty. at law, Court house lane
Carroll Mrs Richard, Pleasant st w of Courtland


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