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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
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Moxley Walter, tobacconist, cor Market and Lancaster sts
Moxiey Mrs. dvv 137 n Eutaw st
Mozingo Alfred S. boot maker, 31 Harrison st
Muckelroy John, butcher, Loudensiager's hill, e Baltimore st
Mudge Wm. carpenter, e side Grant st near Baltimore st. dw
52 Front
Muhlhofer John M. cabinet maker, 62 n Gay st
Muhlhofer John M. tavern keeper, 62 n Gay st
Muir Henry, mariner, w side Argyle al n of Lancaster st
Muldoun Simon, carter, Fleet st w of Wolfe
Mulear Everhart, carpenter, alley vv of William st s of West
Mules Thomas, shoemaker. Mulberry st w of Cove
Mules Samuel, shoemaker, Rock st n of Lexington
Mules J. painter, n side German st w of Howard, dw Vine st
Mulhare mrs Ellen, keeper of Assembly Rooms, Fayette st cor
Mulhare Owen, labourer, Front st n oi' Hillen [Holliday
Mulhare Margaret, Pleasant st e of Holliday
Mulhare Margaret, w side Front st n of Hillen
Mulhair Thomas, labourer, e side Apple al s of Fleet
Mullein Mary S. e side High st n of Pitt
Mullein P. F. lailor, e side Gay st s of Aisquith
Mullen Peter, grocer, n e cor Lexington and Poppleton sts
Mullen John, proprietor of Mechanic's tavern, Lexington st e of
Mullen Peter, drayman, 33 w Saratoga st [Green
Mullen Rosanna, mantua maker, Saratoga st w of Liberty
Mullen Thos blacksmith, Holliday st n of Saratoga, dw High st
Mullen Thos. Dep'y. Sheriff, dw Eutaw st cor New
Mullen Thos. coach and harness maker, North st n of Baltimore
and Susq. Railroad office
Mullen John, tailor, 13 Mulberry st
Mullen Patrick, grocer, cor Lancaster st and Happy al
Mullen James, firm Hubbart & Mullen, dw Fleet st w of Market
Mullen Patrick, pedlar, 25 Alice Anna st
Mullen John, labourer, Wilk st opp High
Mullen Thomas, labourer, 58 s Albemarle st
Mullen John H. shoemaker, Lombard st w of Market
Mullen James, superin't. of City works, Albemarle st s of Fawn
Mullenberg Wm. confectioner, cor Jasper and Franklin sts
Muller Louis C. constable, Lombard st e of Spring
Muller James, block and pump maker, Point st. dw Ann st s of
Muller Henry, tailor, 9 Harrison st [Wilk
Muller Philip H. rail way and saw mill lower end Philpot st
Mullet Thomas, e side Exeter st n of Pitt
Mulley J. M. shoemaker, cor Pine and Vine sts
Mulley Henry, shoemaker, w side Howard st 4 drs s of Cider al
Mulligan mrs Catharine, Harford av near rope walk
Mulligan Thomas, grocer, cor Harford av and Neighbor st
Mulligan John, plough maker, Swan st
Mulligan James, huckster, Potter st n of Low
Mulliken W. Fayette st 1 door e of St Paul
Mullin Darbin, weaver, Pierce st w of Chatsworth


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