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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
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HUN 216 HU
Hunt John W. fancy store, 15 s Exeter st
Hunt H. W. math'l instrument maker, 60 South st
Huntemuller Herman, tobacco mt. cor Camden and Sharp sts
Hunter John, drayman, Holliday st s of Pleasant
Hunter Hamilton, Perry st w of Sharp
Hunter Wm. tobacconist, Madison st w of Howard
Hunter capt David, cor Alice Anna st and Srawberry alley
Hunter Elizabeth, Wagon alley e of Eutaw st
Hunter Joseph, mariner, 23 Alice Anna st
Hunter John- carpenter, Aisquith st Holland
Hunter Mary, boarding house, s side Baiting st w of Canal
Hunter Jenet, w side Front st n of Pitt
Hunter mrs Mary, boarding house, Gay st near Aisquith
Hunter Andrew, shoemaker, e side Potter st n of uay
Hunter Wm. "Rising Sun Tavern," n High st
Hunitng Daniel, hackman, w side Exeter st s of Lombard
Huntington A,B. accountant, w side Aisquith Rt s of Madison
Hunel Aucrustine, snuff miller, Constitution st n of French
Hupfeld & Schmeter, importers of German fancy goods, over
Baltimore st
Hupfeld Henry, of firm, dw Conway st
Huppman Valentine, sa[ ] C. market sp. dw Pitt e of East
Huppman Nicholas, dry goods. 13 n Howard st
Huppman George, piano manufacturer, 26 Hanover st
Hurdle Robert, shoemaker, Cove st n of Saratoga
Hurdle George, bricklayer, L Hampstead st e of Eden
Hurdle James, bricklayer, Yorkst w of Light
Hurst mrs Elizabeth, York st e of Light
Hurst mrs M. A. tailoress, L Hampstead st e of Eden
Hurst George, locksmith, n side Hillen st w of High
Hurst John, firm Barry & Hurst, dw Pratt st e of Sharp
Hurtt Henry, tailor, Monument st e of Canal
Hurtt James A. tinner, cor Charles and Hill sts
Hurtt John, Fleet st e of Bond
Hurtt Elizabeth, 64 s Charles st
Hurtt H. N. hat store, 58 w Pratt st
Husband M. B. dry goods merchant, 43 w Pratt st
Husband J. E. exchange office, 63 1/2 n Gay st
Hush Henry, cooper, 126 n Howard st
Hush Abm. Wheat Sheaf Inn, Frederick road w of toll gate
Husselbaugh Henry, carpenter, cor Jasper and New sts
Hussey Stephen, clerk, Hargrove alley n of Centre st
Hussey & Elder, Eutaw House, cor Eutaw and Baltimore
Hussey Asahel, of firm, dw n side Baltimore st w of Eutaw
Huster Andrew, butcher, Columbia st w of Cove
Hutchins Nicholas, keeper livery stables, Front st s of Gay
Hutchins James, whitesmith, w side East st s of Douglass
Hutchinson Arthur, Ross st near Eutaw
Hutchinson Mary Ann, grocer, cor Lombard and Albemarle s
Hutchinson Richard H. carpenter, n side Gay st e of Mott
Hutchinson Thos. shoemaker, 37 s Gay st. dw Low w of High


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