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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
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Tiffany —— dw Ross st extended
Tiffany, Ward &, Co. domestic com. mts, s e cor Hanover and
German sts
Tiffany Henry, of firm, dw "Rose hill," Madison st
Tilden Thomas E. merchant tailor, Calvert st under Barnum's
hotel, dw German st 2d door w of Hartway's alley
Tilgman James, inspector of customs, dw 36 St Paul st
Tiiion Henry, labourer, w side Apple alley s of Alice Anna st
Tiiyard James, sign painter, Saratoga Rt w of Liberty
Tilyard Rev. J. W. agent for benevolent societies, cor Calvert st
and Lovely lane, dw 253 n Howard st
Tilyard mrs M. teacher, Hamilton st e of St Paul
Tilyard H. W. dentist, Eutaw st n of Lombard
Timanus George, stone mason, Paca ste of L Greene
Timanus Chas. stone mason, Fred'k road at toll gate
Timanus Geo. W. carpenter, cor Paca st and Elbow lane
Timmons John, w side Howard st s of Lombard
Tims Benjamin, machinist, 86 Bond st
Tindell James, shoemaker, w side Paca st n of Baltimore
Tindle Robert W. shoemaker, 46 Light st wharf, dw Charles st
s of Montgomery
Tinges mrs Elizabeth, fancy store, Lexington st w of Liberty
Tinges Geo. W. wholesale dealer in shoes, hats, caps & bonnets,
over n e cor Howard and Baltimore sts. dw Park between
Franklin and Mulberry
Tinges Wm, dw Lexington st w of Liberty
Tinkle Thomas, cedar cooper, n side Gay ste of Front
Tippenbroak Henry, labourer, Fawn st e of High
Tischmeyer Fredk. sugar refiner, Potter st n of Hillen, dw w side
East n of Hillen
Titgen Martin, sugar refiner, 8 Perry st w of Eutaw
Tittle Jeremiah & Son, merchant tailors, 28 South st
Tobacco Warehouses—No. 1, Dugan's wharf—No. 2, O'Don-
nell's wharf— No. 3, Light st wharf—No. 4, Camden st
Toberer Conrad, cabinetmaker, Eutaw st opposite Barre
Tobin Wm. Monument st w of Forest
Todd Daniel, carpenter, Harford avenue n of Aisquith st
Todd Sarah, Philpot st e of Wilk
Todd Phoebe, dress maker, Pratt st e of Hanover
Todd Caroline, w side Tripolet's alley 4 doors s of Baltimore st
Toder W. stocking weaver, York avenue n of Madison st
Todhunter Joseph, importer and commission merchant, 10 Ger-
man st. dw Sharp n of Lombard
Todt Christian, confectioner, Low st 2 doors e of High
Toft John, carder for Araon Green & Co. dw e side Potter st
s of French
Toir Kernias, labourer, Lancaster st w of Ann
Tokob Romosa, tailor, Peach alley w of Pearl st
Tolan Thomas, grocer, s e cor Grant and Water sts
Tolesoo James, carpenter, cor Wilk st and Argyle alley
Tolley Sarah, Philpot alley w of Gough st


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