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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1835
Volume 493, Page 132   View pdf image (33K)
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HAH Matchett's Baltimore

Hardesty John, grocer and hack proprietor, corner Jefferson

and Canal streets

Hardenten Jacob, segar maker, 10 Hill st
Hardin Thomas, blacksmith, Ruxton st
Hardin John, porter, 50 Lerew's alley
Harding Ann, shopkeeper, Harford road N of lumber yard
Harding James, intersection Harford avenue and Ensor st
Hardisty Henry, Conway st near Sharp
Hardt John, carpenter, Ross st E of St. Mary
Hardy mrs Ann, 89 w Pratt st
Hardy John, tailor, Baltimore st E of Pine
Hardy William, tavern keeper, 8 Light st
Hardy Samuel, grocery and liquor store, Balto, st w of Pine
Hardy Wm. carter, Cove st s of Baltimore
Hardy Priscilla, Saratoga st w of Cove
+Hardy Rezin, Long alley n of New st
+Hardy Samuel, labourer, Washington square n of Balto, st
+Hardy Abm. waiter, Exeter st n of Pitt
Hare Jacob, tobacco store, 2 Bazaar, dw corner of Gay and

Monument sts

Hare Thomas, labourer, Forest st n of Madison
Hareg John, locksmith, corner Hill and Hanover sts
Harford George, cabinet maker, 21 Fleet st
Hargrove Rev. John, Exeter st s of Baltimore
Harker Samuel, publisher of Baltimore Republican, 31 s Gay
st dw High st s of French
Harker Mary, York avenue

Harker James, labourer, York avenue

Harkins mrs. Wagon alley near Howard st

Harkins Robert, brass founder, 54 s Charles st

Harkins and Patterson, cordwainers, 52 n Howard st

Harkins Giles, shoemaker, Stiles st w of Harford run

Harkness mrs Jane, boarding house, Freedom st s of Franklin

Harkin Henry, grocer, Charles st near Lee

Harlen Samuel, grocer, n w corner Madison &, Howard sts

Harman M. and S. dry goods store, 52 w Pratt st

Harman Peter, pastor German reformed lutheren church,Con-

way st near Sharp

Harman George, shoe store, 54 Pratt st 3 doors e of Hanover
Harman Samuel, brick maker, 87 s Howard st
Harman J. M. cigar factory, 4 n Calvert st dw 7 s Sharp st
Harman George, carpet roller, Granby 1st door w of Har. run
Harman Daniel, tailor, Canal st s of Baltimore
Harman Fortney, grocer, s w corner Park and Fayette sts
Harman Joseph, coach builder, Park street between Saratoga

and Mulberry

Harner mrs Mary, Biddle alley w of Ross st
Harnet James, labourer, s e cor Paca and Franklin sts
Harney E. Rhodes's female classical school, 45 n Eutaw st
Harper Thomas, tailor, Paca st s of Fayette



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