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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
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John mrs Eliza M. variety store, 270 n Howard st
Johns mrs Ann, fancy dress maker, 32 w Fayette st
Johns Hosea, dw Fayette st betw Greene and Pearl sts
Johns capt Richard H. cor Alice Anna and Ann sts
Johns Rev. J. pastor Christ Church, dw Baltimore st e of Exeter
Johnson E. W. manufacturers' agent, 57 s Charles st—see adv.
Johnson Howard, fancy and Windsor chair man. s e cor Lexing-
ton and Paca sts
Johnson mrs Margaret, milliner, Lexington st e of Park
Johnson Thomas, tanner, w end Saratoga st
Johnson Hiram, teacher, Calvert st next house s of city spring
Johnson Reverdy, Monument square cor Fayette st
Johnson George, printer, cor Richmond and Howard sts
Johnson James, coach painter, Mulberry st w of Pearl
Johnson Frances, tailoress, row n of Pierce st w of Poppleton
Johnson Robert, weaver, Sarah Ann st w of Cove
Johnson George, grocer, cor Howard and Richmond sts
Johnson Henry, weaver, Preston st near Ross
Johnson Fergus, weaver, Pierce st w of Chatsworth
Johnson Jarrett, blacksmith, Davis st s of Pleasant, dw Gay st
near Mott
Johnson Lauren L. machinist, Poppleton st near Raborg
Johnson mrs Ann, grocer, Pine st s of George
Johnson mrs Grafton, 63 Baltimore st
Johnson James, carter, s w cor Baltimore and Pine sts
Johnson F. & Co. lock manufacturers, 28 Baltimore st
Johnson F. of firm, dw Jackson st
Johnson James, Aisquith st s of Hull's lane
Johnson Christopher, millwright, Harford av n of Madison St
Johnson mrs Susan, seamstress, Canal st n of Monument
Johnson Rudolph, morocco dresser, Canal st s of Jefferson
Johnson Joshua, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Orleans st
Johnson Thos. H. tailor, s side Hillen st 2 doors from Forest
Johnson I. & J. bacon dealers, s side Hillen st e of East
Johnson Isaac, of firm, dw n side Gay st w of Aisquith
Johnson James, shoemaker, n side Falls st w of Liberty alley
Johnson Elizabeth, e side Front st n of Pitt
Johnson Delia, seamstress, York avenue n of Madison st
Johnson Wm. hatter, Eutavv court opp Eutaw church
Johnson Wm. machinist, Gay st near Monument
Johnson Wm. shoemaker, n'side Gay st 1 door e of Front
Johnson John, labourer, Douglass st e of Potter
Johnson Mary R. s of Wilk st near President—city property
Johnson Thomas, shoemaker, s side Sterling st w of Monument
Johnson Wilhelmina, w side Exeter st n of Baltimore
Johnson Mary, milliner, 77 Hanover st
Johnson Samuel, carpenter, Hollins st w of Poppleton
Johnson, Penrose & Co. coal dealers, Lombard st e of Light
Johnson James, dw 27 Lombard st
Johnson Edward, stone cutter, Pratt st e of Paca
Johnson Charles, tailor, L Greene st n of Conway
Johnson Auriann, seamstress, s side Mercer st e of Light


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