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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
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Mallonee John, carpenter, lower end s Howard st. dw Saratoga
w of Chatsworth
Malon Henry, watchman, w side Exeter st s of Low
Malone Samuel; drayman, w side French st s of Centre
Malone Susannah, w side Bond st n of Bank
Maloney mrs E. 150 n Paca st
Maloy Conrad, merchant tailor, 93 n Howard st
Maloy mrs Mary, s side Baltimore st e of Caroline
Maloy mrs Susan, Pratt st w of Market
Malseed Simon, Richmond st w of Tyson
Malter Susan, fancy store, 11 e Baltimore st. dw Pitt e of Exeter
Mammon Jacob, sawyer, Perry st w of Sharp
Mammon Jacob, 11 Temple st
Mandel Mrs 63 n Liberty st
Maner Frederick, tavern, Pratt st w of President
Manifold Wm. Lee st e of Charles
Mankin Isaiah, commission merchant, over n e cor Gay and Pratt
sts. dw cor Courtland and Mulberry
Manly Wm. E. wholesale and retail trimming and variety store,
4 Holliday st
Manly John, 71 e Lombard st
Manly & Meredith, carpenters. Lee st e of Charles
Mann John, shoemaker, Louisiana st e of Greene
Mann Benjamin, tin and sheet iron worker, 34 w Pratt st
Mann mrs A. M. boarding house, Courtland st n of Lexington
Mann Wm. merchant tailor, 145 Baltimore st. dw Aisquith
Mann John, farrier, 115 n Entaw st
Mann John J. dealer in iron, Thames st. dw Ann n of Wilk
Mann George, tinner, e side High st n of Stiles, and Centre mar-
ket space s of Lombard st
Mann Wm. carter, 115 Camden st
Manner James B. shoemaker, Constitution st s of Falls
Mannick John, wheelwright, German st e of Cove fPaui
Manning J. C. firm Armistead & Manning, Mulberry st w of St
Manning mrs Eliza, Guilford alley w of Light st
Manns Wm. tailor, dw Aisquith st s of Madison
Manro J. dw 18 n Liberty st
Mansderfer J. shoemaker, w side Penn avenue n of Pearl st
Mansfield Margaret A. fancy store, 5 and 7 Maryland Arcade
Mensfield Wm. collector and agent, Pratt st w of Caroline
Mansion House, (John Albertson, proprietor,) n w cor St Paul
and Fayette sts—see advertisement page 29
Manson mrs Hester, shoebinder, Mullikin st e of Eden
Manson John, merchant tailor, Thames st
Mantler John, labourer, Wolfe st n of Wilk
Mantler Andrew, labourer, w side Happy alley n of Bank st
Manus Susan, huckster, e side East st n of Douglass
Mantz mrs Henry, grocer, Baltimore st w of Greene
Mantz Francis, cor Liberty alley and Falls st
Marburg Wm. A. oyster and ale house, 32 Light st


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