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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1827
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172 MAR MAT
Martin Joseph, labourer. Park lane N side E of the run
++Martin Henry Y. teacher, Wilk. E of Bond
Martiny John, Harford ave, S side
Mary John, cooper, Argyle alley E side S of Wilk st
Mary e Augustus, professor of Music, N Eutaw, E side N
of Lexington
Maryland Museum and Gallery of the Fine Arts, Jas. Paw-
ley and James Griffiths, proprietors, over NE corner
Baltimore and Charles—See Advertisement
Maryland Institute, S Charles, N side, S of Baltimore
Maryland Penitentiary, J Owens keeper, corner Madison
end Nelson, store 4 Hanover
Masher mrs Catharine, Camden N side E of Paca
Mask Wm. house carpenter, Bottle al W of Sharp st
Mask Isaac G. tailor, Constitution, E side near the jail
Maslin mrs Mary, Granby, S side, W of Albemarle
Mason Richard, (firm of Henderson St Mason biscuit bak-
ers, South st) 12 dw commerce
Mason Elizabeth, 94 Park
Mason Abraham, sail maker, 9 Fleet
Mason John, tailor, Thames S side W of Ann
Mason John, sea captain, Pinkney N side E of Bond,
Mason Wm sea captain, Caroline, E side S of E Pratt
Mason Walter, drayman, Run al S of Saratoga st
Mason Peter, grocer, near SW cor Paca and Lexington
Mason captain, Wilk, S side W of Exeter
Masonic Hall, SE corner St Paul's st and Court house lane
Mass Samuel, cedar cooper, 21 Franklin
Massiot Wm. sea captain, 45 Albemarle
Massol Augustus, professor and translator, of foreign lan-
guages, 161 Baltimore
+Mast Lydia, laundress, Park lane, S side E of the run
Masterson Charles, sailcloth, weaver, Mulberry, N side E
of Franklin
Matchett R. J. job and book printer, 8 Mercer, dw 46 N
Charles
Mather Saml cordwainer, Sugar alley. S side, E of Light
Mathiot Gustavus, chair factor, 42 N Gay, dw Front, N
side near Low
Mathiot George, carpenter, 73 S High
Matlack Saml, proprietor of livery stables, Lombard, N
side W of Liberty, dw Liberty, W side S of German
Matthews Leonard, commission merchant, NW corner of
Wood and South st Bowly's wharf, dw NE corner of
Hanover and Barre
Matthews & Hopkins, commission merchants, 74 Bowly's
wharf

 
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