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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
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Turner H. A. prints, songs, play and toy books store, 10 North st
dw Orleans 1 door w of Caroline
Turner Chas. H. carpenter, George st w of Penn avenue
Turner Wm. block and pump maker, s end McElderry's wharf
Turner John, labourer, Lerew's alley n of Madison st
Turner Jas. P. pawn broker, 60 s Charles st
Turner Thomas, carpenter, cor Monument and Spring sts
Turner Thos. clerk, w side Hanover st betw Pratt and Lombard
Turner Henry, butcher, Pitt st w of Market
Turner Richard J. book keeper Mechanics' Bank, w side Har-
ver st betw Pratt and Lombard
Turner Miss, s side Hillen st e of Front
Turner J. J. dw York avenue n of Madison st
Turner J. J. &; F. flour, grain, lime and com mts. 30 e Pratt st
Turner Francis, of firm, dw w side Exeter st n of Gay
Turner Andrew, blacksmith, Gay st near East
Turner R. T. importer of hardware, 6 Pratt st
Turner J. J. feed store, Gay st near Potter
Turner Mary, washer, 5 Mercer st
Turner Elizabeth, seamstress, Mott st s of Sterling
Turner Matthew, flour and meal seller, Hollins st w of market
Turner Isaac W. edge tool maker, Pratt st e of Penn
Turner Joseph & Son, proprietors of Steam Flooring Mill,
Light st wharf
Turner John C. of firm, dw cor Eutaw and Dover sts
Turner Joseph, dw Hanover st 2 doors s of Perry
Turner Geo. fisher, Cross st w of Johnson
Turner Henry J. shoemaker, Cross st e of Light
Turner Alex. drayman, Charles st n of Barre
Turner Joshua M. Choptank st n of Baltimore
Turner mrs Francis, Fleet st e of Wolfe
Turner Joshua, fisherman, Granby st e of Exeter
Turner miss Mary D. fancy store, Baltimore st e of Front
Turner Chas. mariner, w side Argyle alley s of Wilk st
Turner Nathan, butcher, e side Apple alley s of Baltimore st
Turner Isaac, butcher, w side Bond st n of Bank
Turner Mary Ann, Strawberry alley n of Alice Anna st
Turner capt John D. High st"s of Lombard
Turner Joshua M. butcher, Laudenslager's hill, n side Phil.
Turner Joshua, w Falls avenue s of Lombard st
Turner, Wheelwright &, Mudge, paper warehouse, 2 s Charles
st.—see advertisement page 12
Tuttle Wm. N firm Bull &, Tuule, dw Raborg st e of Pine
Tuttle Columbus, shoemaker, Cove st s of Pierce
Tuttle John, printer, Marion st e of Howard
Tuttle John, seaman, Armistead lane w of William st
Tuxworth David H. Beuren st n of French
Twiford James W. w side High st n of Gay
Twiford mrs Mary, Columbia st w of Cove
Twiford Edward, boot maker, Wayne st e of Eutaw
Twig Thomas, shoemaker, Columbia st w of Cove


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