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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
Volume 490, Page 415   View pdf image (33K)
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Removals, Changes, Omission*, &c-
In taking the citizens' addresses, when a design to remove or change business
was signified, a blank notice to be filled up correctly was left, with an invitation to
leave it at our office. Notices ware also posted at the corners to the same effect.
if such notices have not been attended to, no reasonable fault can be ascribed to us,
Should omissions be the consequence. We now invite our friends, and citizens gen-
erally, to make such corrections, or any mis-spelling or omissions by us accidentally
made, on the following blank leaves, and leave them at the office by the 13th Sept.,
land we will print and furnish each subscriber or purchaser with a copy, gratis.

Ball Walter, w side Greene st n of Saratoga (instead of Bull)
Carroll Benj. C. attorney at law, moved to 20 St Paul st
Betton T. W. stock and gentlemen's trimming store, 215 Balti-
more st. and prop, of Cabs, stables German st near Paca
Boody Saml. barber, s side Exchange place e of South st
Cherbon P. Ovid, e side Courtland st near Dark lane
Cullum Rev. J. W. dw Gay st 1 door from Monument
Dandurand Monsieur, eating house, 27 Hanover st
Delarue Chas. dyer, from Paris, Gay st 2d door w of Front
Eisenbrey John E. grocery, s w cor Pitt and Exeter sts
Foreman Edward, M. D. professor of chemistry at Washington
University of Baltimore
Franciscus John, sugar refiner, dw n Gay st oppsite the Odd
Fellows' Hall
Gaither, Matthews & Quids, dry goods dealers, 199 Baltimore st
Griese Wra. H. firm Freeland, Hall & Giese, dw n w corner Han-
over and Barre sts
Griffin & Robinson, tobacco mts. 14 n Howard st
Griswold A. W. package express office, 2 s Calvert st
Guest mrs Mahala C. boarding house, 69 Pratt st cor Cypress al
Hall & Brother, boot, shoe, hat, and bonnet store, 175 Bait, st
Harris Samuel & Son, stock and exchange office, cor Baltimore
and Light sts
Higinbotham John, grocer, 23 Commerce st
Hoffmeister & Co. importers of German and fancy goods, 6 s
Liberty st
Howser Wm. grocery, n w cor E Baltimore and High sts
Lentz & Flack, commission and importing mts. 232 Baltimore st
Matchelt Richard J. dw removed to Baltimore st w of Temple
McConkey Patrick, baker, Caroline st n of Gough
Newcomer & Stonebraker, com. mts. Pratt st e of Howard
O'Keefe Daniel, grocer and tea dealer, n vv cor Baltimore and
Harrison sts
Owings & Jessop, cot man. Guilford mills, German st e of Sharp
Pittman & Phillips, dry goods mts. 200 Baltimore st
Plowman E. R. confectioner, Gay st near Front
Richardson E. J. dry goods mt. moved to 61 Baltimore st
Rogers Nathaniel wholesale flour merchant Franklin st w of
Howard, dw Franklin vv of Pearl
Roney Wm. 25 Harrison st
Sexton Dr. R. 36 w Lexington st betw Sharp and Liberty
Shreck C. & J. comb and variety store, 3 e Baltimore st


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