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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
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Dutch F. s w corner Light and Hamburg sts
Dutro & Bavender, tinners, corner Green and Franklin sts
Dutro George, of firm, dw Pine st near Franklin
Dutton Robert, cabinet maker, Bond st s of Fleet, dw 21 Fleet
Dutton John, lime inspector, n w corner Forest and Monument
sts. dw e Baltimore st s side w of Caroline
Dutton George H. lottery broker, 9 w Pratt st
Duvall mrs E. n side Fayette st 3 doors w of Paca
Duvall & Maccubbin, painters in general, 1 e Fayette st—see
advertisement page 11
Duvall Hamlet, of firm, dw German st betw Howard & Liberty
Duvall Charles, blacksmith, Hollins st w of Schroeder
Duvall A. Lexington st e of Cove
Duvall Alfred, millwright, corner Fawn and Pleasant sts. dw
Eden s of Pratt
Duvall, Keigler & Co. domestic man. 199 1/2 Baltimore st
Duvall J. H. of firm, dw Charles st 3 doors n of Hamilton
Duvall E. G. of firm, dw 160 Paca st
Duvall Amon, bailiff, dw Lexington st
Duvall Benjamin, shoemaker, Franklin st w of Chatsworth
Duvall mrs Rebecca, Greene st n of Lombard
Duvall Henry, firm Buckey & Duvall, corner Paca & Greene sts
Duvall Richard, cooper, Baltimore st w of Pine
Duvall &, Brother,carpet warehouse, 210 Baltimore st
Duvall Richard, of firm, dw Greene st s of German
Duvall John R. of firm, dw Lexington st e of Cove
Duvall Thomas, shoemaker, Mullikin st w of Strawberry alley
Duvall Colmore, moulder, row w of Eutavv st s of Carpenter's al
Dwyer Dennis painter and glazier, cor Howard and Centre sts
Dye Mary, 64 Market st
Dyer Benjamin, wheelwright,;Baltimore st e of Greene, dw Vine
Dyer Leon, butcher, York avenue n of Madison st
Dyer Wm. chairmaker, Second st e of South
Dyer Catherine, milliner, w side Pearl st 2 doors n of Baltimore
Dyke John, coach painter, Second st w of Frederick, dw Monu-
ment w of Constitution
Dysart Moses A. collector, Canal st s of Monument
Dyson Mary, weaver, Chatsworth st n of Saratoga
EACHUS Joseph, clerk, Dover st w of Sharp
Ealer Elizabeth, Alice Anna st w of Washington
Ealey Wm. H. ship joiner, corner of Alice Anna and Wolfe sts
Ealey Jacob, labourer, s side Constitution st n of French
Eames Wm. A. firm Haskel & Co. dw Paca st w of Warner
Earghart Casper, tailor, Alice Anna st e of Wolfe
Earickson Roderick, grocer, 10 Light st wharf
Earlaugh Benjamin, Ensor st. n of Monument
Earlougher Henson, Fort McHenry tavern, at Eastern City
Bounds Canton
Early mrs Deliah, e side Spring st n of Wilk


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