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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
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Smith Chas. shoemaker, Temple st near Baltimore
Smith Joseph, millwright, Philpot st e of Wills
Smith David, mariner, Gough st s of Granby
Smith Jno. S. clothing store, 20 e Pratt st. d w cor Pratt & Gough
Smith George, rigger, Philpot alley e of Canal st
Smith Ebenezer, hackman, Philpot alley w of Canal st
Smith David, dry goods dealer, dw Lombard st w of Exeter
Smith Peter M fish dealer, Lombard st w of Caroline
Smith James, carpenter, Lombard st e of Caroline
Smith Seth, last maker, 22 s Calvert st. d w Lombard w of Canal
Smith Cyrus, tailor, 14 Salisbury st
Smith Gerard F. grocer, s side Salisbury st e of Canal
Smith capt S. n side Baltimore st e of Rxeter
Smith Thomas, blacksmith, Canton near Sugar house
Smith Philip, labourer, Wolf st n of Lancaster
Smith Thomas, milkman, e side Ann st n of Gough
Smith Pamelia. e side Ann st s of Gough
Smith James, bricklayer e side Ann st n of Lancaster
Smith Chas. pilot, w side Ann st s of Wilk
Smith James P. 37 Market st
Smith Adam, shoemaker, w side Caroline st s of Wilk
Smithson Ann, Pleasant st w of North
Smithson Cabries E. grocer, cor Low and Potter sts
Smithson miss Hannah, Garden st near Madison
Smithson Thomas, carpenter, L Greenest s of Paca
Smitzer John, shoemaker, Penn avenue near St Mary st
Smoke Nicholas, carter, Sugar alley w of Light ,st
Smull David B. coppersmith, 3 w Pratt st. dw Exeter n of Granby
Smute Joseph, wheelwright, Poppleton st s of McHenry alley
Smyth Philip, tailor, s side Low st e of High
Smyth John, watchman, Alice Anna st w of Bond
Snack Henry, carpenter, Chestnut alley w of Pine st
Snavely John, baker, e side Exeter st n of Gay
Sneed Edward, ship carpenter, William st s of Hamburg
Sneitker Frederick, carter, Shakspeare st e of Bond
Snerne Joseph, labourer, Eden st s of Bank
Snethen Joseph R. shoemaker, Eutaws n of Conway
Snider Lewis, carpet weaver, s side French st e of Exeter
Snider Henry, produce mt. w side Penn av n of Franklin st
Snider Peter, bricklayer, Sterling st s of Madison
Snider Louis, carpet weaver, Balderston st e of Charles
Snider Hannah, seamstress, e side Beuren st n of Liberty alley
Snip Nicholas, sugar baker, e side Jew alley
Snip Nicholas, sugar baker, cor Jew alley and Marion st
Snodgrass Dr. J. E. editor Saturday Visiter, High st s of Low
Snook Peter, tanner and currier, cor Pine st and Chestnut alley
Snow Jacob, barber, Strawberry alley n of Alice Anna st
Snow capt Freeman, Albemarle et s of Stiles
Snowden Jane, Potter st n of Douglass
Snowden Eliza, teacher, s w cor Sharp and Lombard sts
Snuff Mill (steam) Co. Beuren st near French, Wm. Head pres.


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