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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
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Moore Nathaniel, boat builder, Gough st e of Eden
Moore Ann, Philpot st w of Thames
Moore Horatio, wool carder, Lombard st w of Canal
Moore John, butcher, Laudenslager's hill e Baltimore st
Moore capt Wm. grocer,f38 Market st
Moore Geo. mariner, Caroline st s of Pratt
Moore lieut Gay, of revenue service, 39 Albemarle st
Moores Chas. shoemaker, Chestnut alley w of Pine st
Mopps Adam, Thompsonian practitioner, cor Lex'n and Cove
Mopps Wm. shoemaker, Saratoga st e of Cove
Mopps mrs Emeline, dry goods, 35 Howard st cor Marion
Moran G. plasterer, cor Market al (or Elm st) and Saratoga st
Moran James, labourer, Lombard st w of Canal n side
Moran Michael, carpenter, n side Hillen st w of High
Moran Richard G. blacksmith, Eden st 2d door n of Gough
Morehead mrs Mary, Cove st n of Saratoga
Morell John, jeweller, Md Arcade, dw Pitt st e of Exeter
Morgan mrs Elizabeth, Mulberry st w of Park
Morgan James, blacksmith, Henry st n of Hughes
Morgan mrs Eliza, dw 69 Baltimore st
Morgan Wm. firm B. Deford & Co. dw Pitt st e of Exeter
Morgan Thomas J. rigger, w side Ann st n of Lancaster
Morgan Edward, Aisquith st s of Jackson
Morgan capt Evan, w side Caroline st n of Gough
Morgan Henry, shoemaker, Eden st n of Monument
Morgan mrs M. Hillen st w of High
Morgan Joseph, book binder, s side Hillen st w of High
Morgan mrs Julia Ann, Jasper st near Lexington
Morgan Mary, Penn av near Hoffman st
Morgan Wm. T. shoemaker, Montgomery st e of Charles
Morgan Sally, shoebinder, w side Howard st s of Carpenter's
Morgar Thomas, n side O alley
Morhart Jacob, turner, Dover st e of Eutaw
Morhiser John Nicholas, coach and harness maker, Second st
dw w side Exeter st s of French
Meriarty miss Ann, cord and button manufactory, Lexington st
w of Charles
Morling G. W. tailor, Pearl st n of Lexington
Mormon John B. labourer, Fleet st e of Bond
Morn——, fisherman, 14 Harrison st .
Morrice mrs M. A. cor Pine and Franklin sts
Morrin J. dw e side High st s of Pitt
Morris Rev. J. G. pastor of Lutheran church, dw 28 w Fayette
st adjoining the church
Morris Wm. & Geo. Thistle factory warehouse, 18 German st
Morris Wm. firm ditto, dw cor Saratoga and St Paul's st
Morris George, firm ditto, dw 94 Lombard st
Morris mrs Rachel, cor Calvert and Mulberry sts
Morris John B. pres't. Mechanics' Bank, dw Mulberry st 1 doc
Morris M. shoemaker, Monument st e of Eden [w of Charles
Morris Jesse, Douglass st w of Aisquith


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