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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
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Pagels E. blacksmith, cor Jasper and Sarataga sts. dw Saratoga
w of Eutaw
Paillot Leon, clock and watch maker, 64 n Gay
Paine Alien, saddle, harness, and coach furniture store, s e cor
Howard and Baltimore sts, dw Lexington e of Cove
Paine mrs Caroline, teacher, Pine st n of Pierce
Paine John, 131 n Eutaw st
Paine Richard, painter, Guilford alley w of Light st
Pairo & Brothers, exchange office, 168 Baltimore st
Pairo Charles W. of firm, dw Calvert st n of Lexington
Pallet Leon, watchmaker, 29 Harrison st
Palmer Mrs. Fayette st e of Calvert
Palmer mrs Elizabeth, Silver st w of Eden
Palmer Miles, carpenter, cor Aisquith and McElderry sts
Palmer Geo. M. tobacconist, n side Gay st w of Forest
Palmer Wm. clerk Farmer's and Planter's Bank, dw Charles st
n of Barre
Palmer Edward, com mt. 4 Bowly's wharf, dw 114 Hanover st
Palmer Alice, dress maker, 21 e Water st
Pamphillon James, cooper, Paca st e of Warner
Panel Daniel, shoemaker, Bond st n of Lancaster
Panott & Craggs, tailors, cor Market and Lancaster sts
Panott mrs Eliza, e side Ann st n of Thames
Paramore James, grocer, Fork st w of Light
Parish Wm- butcher, York avenue n of Madison st
Parker Mary, 54 s High st
Parker M. A. dry goods store, Lexington st e of Howard
Parker capt Thomas, Wolfe st s of Wilk
Parker N. £ E. L. stove dealers, 47 and 49 s Calvert st
Parker Nathan, of firm, dw 120 n Calvert st
Parker George, grocer, 272 n Howard st
Parker miss E. G. milliner, 35 Camden st
Parker John, weaver, Pierce st w of Chats worth
Parker Jonathan, aJe house, cor German st and Hartway's alley
Parker mrs Sarah, boarding house, 69 Baltimore st
Parker capt Hovves, Orleans st e of Canal
Parker Mrs. Eden st s of Silver
Parker Thomas H. shoemaker, Lewis st n of Orleans
Parker John, labourer, Fleet st w of Caroline
Parker Elizabeth, seamstress, Block st w of Wills
Parker Samuel, mariner, Gough st s of Granby
Parker Betsy, Philpot alley w of Gough st
Parker Hugh, sailmaker, s side Baltimore st e of Spring
Parker Mary, High st s of Trinity
Parkes capt John, e side Light st 5 doors a of Armistead lane
Parkhill Hamilton, milk seller, Low st near Aisquith
Parkhurst &, Nye, commission merchants, 84 Bowly's wharf
Parkinson James, tailor, e side Potter st n of Gay
Parks John, cabinet maker, Lexington betw Charles & Liberty
Parks mrs Sarah, grocer, cor Caroline and L Haoipstead sts
Parks M. w side Exeter et n of Pitt


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