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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
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Riley Thomas, shoemaker, Cove st s of Sarah Ann
Riley Patrick, labourer, Lerew's alley s of Richmond st
Riley Michael, soap and candle seller, cor Park and L Pleasant
Riley mrs Ann, Monument st e of Ensor
Riley Adam G. painter, Gay st. dw Madison w of Canal
Riley mrs Bridget, proprietor of Sulphur pump, Harford avenue
opposite rope walk
Riley Ann, French st s of Centre
Riley Thomas, grocer, Gay st nearly opp Mott
Riley Mary; seamstress, w side Exeter st n of Pitt
Riley mrs Elizabeth, boarding house, German st e of Pine
Riley A. B. firm of Pendleton, Long & Riley, dw Greene st 2
doors s of German
Riley George, blacksmith, York st e of Light
Riley Henry, labourer, Wayne st w of Sharp
Riley John, labourer, cor Cross and William sts
Riley Patrick, tavern, cor Wilk and President sts
Rimbies Jacob, carpenter, cor McHenry al and Poppleton st
Rimby Reuben, moulder, Baltimore st w of Amity
Rinars Diederich, cabinet maker, Jew's alley near Marion st
Rineker John, watchman, w side East st n of Hillen
Ring David, teacher, Gough st w of Caroline
Ring Elizabeth, fancy store, Market st s of Alice Anna
Ring John, labourer, e side Apple alley n of Lancaster st
Ringgold mrs Mary, Pleasant st e of Charles
Ringgold mrs Mary, Pine st n of Saratoga
Ringgold Edward, tailor, Orleans st e of Aisquith
Ringgold Peregrine, carpenter, 35 South st
Ringgold Mary, boarding house, over 35 South st
Ringrose M. & Co. dry goods store, 27 n Howard st
Ringrose John W. dentist, 27 n Howard st
Ringrose James, sailmaker, Washington st n of Fleet
Ringrose mrs Amelia, Hampstead st w of Strawberry alley
Ringrose mrs Susan, Block st w of Wills
Ringrose James, shipwright, Block st w of Wills
Ritcher Wm. carter, Mullikin st e of Caroline
Riter Hammond, tailor, 10 Baltimore st
Ritter Henry, weaver, Columbia st w of Greene
Ritter Bernard, milkman, West st e of Charles
Rittew Wm. M. stone mason, Perry st betw Sharp and Howard
Ritzius John, tailor, Eden st s of Gough
Roach James, fancy goods dealer, Baltimore Arcade
Roach John, cooper, rear of 60 South st. dw Wayne e of Howard
Roach Ann, grocer, Saratoga st e of Park
Roach J. J. painter, 15 s Charles st
Roach Wm. shoemaker, Second st e of South
Roach Wm. tailor, s side Lombard st e of Frederick
Roach mrs Julia Anna, Orleans st e of Canal
Roach Wm. shoemaker, cor Eden st and Union alley
Roach Edward, drayman, Front st s of Plowman
Eoach Robert, painter, Con way st e of Warner


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