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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
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Amos James, tailor, 62 Centre Market space
Amos mrs Sarah, Monument st e of Aisquith
Amos Wm. lime inspector, n side Ensor st e of Forest
Amos Alfred P. carpenter, 113 s Sharp
Amos Wm. C. mariner, 3 Shakespear st
Amos Jesse J. grocer and tea dealer, corner Gay and Potter sts
dw Monument st w of Stirling
Amos John, hatter, n side Gay st e of High, dw High s of Hitten
Amos James, currier, s w corner Ensor and East sts
Amoss Wm. Y. w side East st s of Douglass
Anchuitz Philip H. carpet weaver, Pratt st e of President
Anderson Robert, agent and collector, 11 e Fayette st. dw Forest
st s of Orleans
Anderson W. Fayette st s side e of Sharp
Anderson mrs Elizabeth, 14 Lexington st w of Liberty
Anderson mrs Adeline, confectioner, Saratoga st w of Park
Anderson James, stone cutter, Saratoga st n of Lerew's alley, dw
Greene st between Lexington and Saratoga
Anderson Francis, clerk, Mulberry st e of Eutaw
Anderson Mary, seamsstress, 21 George st
Anderson Jas. M. engraver, 53 Baltimore st. dw Exeter n of Pitt
Anderson Thomas, carpenter, Holland st e ofCanal
Anderson mrs R. mantua maker, Eutaw st e side n of Mulberry
Anderson miss Agnes, teacher, Gay st s of Canal
Anderson mrs Mary, Conway st e of L. Greene
Anderson capt Wm. Hill st e of Hanover
Anderson Wm. rigger, Shakespear st w of Market
Anderson Cybella G. Alice Annast
Anderson David, horse shoer, w side Howard st 4 doors s of
Carpenter's alley, dw Dover st e of Eutaw
Andrews Wm. drayman, corner Fawn st and Slemmer's alley
Andrews G. W. apothecary and druggist. 3 Baltimore st
Andrews Jacob, glass cutter, Uhler's al, dw Pratt st w of Market
Andrews John, shoemaker, w side Constitution st s of Falls st
Andrews Adam, e side Beuren st 4 doors s of Madison
Andrews Robert, boarding house, 139 n Paca st
Andrews Edward, carpenter, Lombard st w of Amity
Andrews Reubeft, huckster, w side Argyle alley s of Wiik st
Angel Thomas, blacksmith, Liberty alley s of Falls st
Anker Mrs. clothing store s side, Lombard st e of Frederick
Annan Dr. Samuel, 44 n Liberty st
Anole Wm. mariner, Wilk st w of Eden
Anscutez Henry, musician, Happy alley n side n of Bank st
Anthony Henry, 5 w corner Pennsylvania avenue and Biddle st
Anthony Wm. carpenter, Mott st n of Gay
Anthony Wm. scavenger, w side Potter st s of French
Anthony John, labourer, Johnson st s of West
Anzman Joseph, shoemaker, 126 1/2 n Eutaw st
Appell John, blacksmith, Philadelphia road near city line
Appil Henry, tailor, Jasper at near Lexington


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