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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
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MAU 262 McA
Maund mrs M. Lexington st e of Cove
Maureau Louisa, 145 n Paca st
Maurer A. carpet weaver, w side Harrison st
Maurer Henry, carpet weaver, Low st near Forest
Maurer Henry, confectioner, 100 n Howard st
Maushselly John F. painter, Lancaster st w of Ann
Maxwell John W. marble cutter, Lexington st w of North
Maxwell D. 261 n Howard st
Maxwell James, stone cutter, cor Saratoga and Eutaw sts. dw
Biddle near Ross
Maxwell Susanna, York av n of Madison st
Maxwell Alex. shoe findings su>re, Ensor st e of town clock
May Edwd. carpenter, Jasper si. dw 129 n Paca
May Philip, blacksmith, cor Paca and German sts. dw Paca n e
May Jas. A. fancy Windsor chair maker, 77 w Fayette st
May Wm. blind maker, 7 Jackson's court, betw Saratoga an:
Lexington sts e of Rock
Maybury W. R. bricklayer, Saratoga st w of Pine
Maybury Thomas, lime dealer, and measurer of buildings, s e cor
Greene and Lexington sts
Maydwell John, bailiff, dw 68 Harrison st
Maydwell John, tobacconist, Bond st n of Pitt
Maydwell Wm. bricklayer, Pitt st e of High
Mayer Christian, German Consul, Exchange, dw Saratoga s
betw Pearl and Pine
Mayer Charles F. attorney at law, cor Courtland stand Dar
lane, dw cor Charles and Franklin sts
Mayer H. C. attorney at law, cor Courtland st and Dark lane,
dw Franklin
Mayer Frederick, tailor, Madison st w of Sterling
Mayer Philip, tailor, e side Front st n of Pitt
Mayfield miss Mary Ann, millinery and fancy store, Lexington
st betw Howard and Eutaw
Mayger Martin, blacksmith, Pratt st w of Penn
Mayger & Washington, engineers, machinists and iron founder
Front st n of Lombard—see advertisement page 30
Mayger Richard, dw Pratt st w of Gough
Mayhew Wm. E. jr. firm Fisher, Miller & Co. dw 26 St Paul
Maynard Wm. carpenter, Charles st near Hill, dw Hill st w
Mayns Ellen, liquor shop, Hillen st w of High
Mayo John, tavern keeper, 18 Harrison st
McAlear Francis, tavern keeper, Lexington st w of Howard
McAleese Archibald, grocer, cor Mulberry st and Lerew's alley
McAleese Phoebe, seamstress, Granby st e of Exeter
McAleese Richard, w side Argyle alley s of Bank st
McAllester Wm. tailor, 24 Centre market space
McAllister Francis, paper hanger, Canton
McAllister Richard, clerk steamboat Constitution, dw cor Liberty
and German sts


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