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Forman Valentine, Chamberlain's alley, near Eutaw st
Forman Leonard, Peace alley, W of Sharp
Forney mrs. Mary, Pierce st W of Pearl
Forney mrs. Louisa, NW corner of Green and Fayette
Forney Peter, 23 Great German, E of Eutaw
Fomshill John, gun and locksmith, Ensor st N side, E of
Forrest Wm. carter, Baltimore st E of Cove
Forrest George, fisherman, Bank st S side, near market
Forrester Mary, Guilford alley, E of Charles st
Forrester Ralph, cabinet maker, N Howard, near Rich-
re ond
Forrester Nicholas, Fisherman, Lee, S side, near Light
Forrester Jacob, sail maker, 96, Dugan's wharf
Forster Francis G. writing master, 23 St Paul's st dw
St. Paul's st W side, N of Mulberry
Forster John, mariner, Spring st W side, S of and near
Forsyth Alex, blacksmith, N Paca, E side, N of Franklin
Forsyth Jacob J. baker, Pennsylvania avenue
Forsyth Wm. cow merchant, N Eutaw, opposite Koss st
Forsyth Andrew, shop keeper, 61, South Frederick st.
Forsyth Alex. victualler, Penn, avenue, S of Cove it
Forsyth mrs. Sarah, seamstress, W Biddle, E of Penn. av.
Fort Thomas, carter, Cove, W side, N of Franklin
Forton mrs. Mary, Granby st S side, E of Exeter
Fortune mrs. Ann Martha, huckster, Argyle alley, N of
Lancaster st
+Fortune Susan, laundress, Spring, E side, S end
Forty Ann, fruit shop, St. Paul's st W side, 1 door from
++Forty Jaeob, shop keeper, Park st W side, N of Wagon al
++Forty Rev. John, Potter, E side, S of Low st school SE
corner of Douglass and East
Fosbenner Elizabeth, shop keeper, S Eutaw, W side, op-
posite Barre st
Fosbenner Daniel, blacksmith, 82 Lee st
Fosdick Wm. shoemaker, Sleigh's lane, W of Spring st
Fossett John, tavern keeper, 7 Fish market
Foster mrs. 104 Bond st
Foster Benj, mustard maker, Franklin row
Foster mr. blacksmsth, Conway st S side, near Sharp
Foster Mary, seamstress, Hill st S side, E of Charles
Foster mrs, Mary Ann, Straight lane, S side, E of East it
Foster Rebecca, boarding1 house, 16 Commerce
Foster Mary Ann, tavern keeper, corner of Wilk st and
Strawberry alley

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