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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1835
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Director for 1835 HAT

Hartman John, cordwainer, Biddle alley w of Ross st

Hartman Samuel, shoe dealer, Mulberry st w of Pearl

Hartman Isaac, tailor, 42 n Gay st

Hartman Samuel, shoe store, 52 Lexington street

Hartzogg George, 85 s Howard st

Harvey Elenora, Tripolett's alley

Harvey J. & Co. nw cor Pratt and Hanover sts. dw J. H. 55

Harvey Thomas, saddler, Baltimore st E of Green [Hanover

HarveyJames, seaman, Alice Anna st w of Washington

Harvey James, grocery & liquor store, Eutaw n of Lexington

Harvey Thomas, barber arid shoemaker, Bond st s of Wilk

Harvey mrs Sarah, Potter street n of Necessity alley

Harvey Archibald, 35 High street

Harwood James, judge of Orphan's Court, dw 33 St Paul st.

office over the Union Bank
Harwood John, Eutaw st n of Camden
Harwood James, grocery and flour store, 119 N Howard st
Harwood James, 134 N Howard street
Harwood Thomas, shoemaker, McElderry st E of Aisquith
Harwood Barbara, Charles st near Montgomery
Haskell John H. card manufactory, 102 w Pratt st
Haskins Staughten, fruit store, 35 1/2 E Baltimore street
++Haskins Dabney, Ruxton street
Haslam John & Son, shoeing forge, North st betw Bath and

Pleasant streets

Haslam Thomas, firm do. dw 1 door s of the forge
Haslam Samuel, blacksmith, Centre st E of St. Paul
Haslett James jr. grocer & com. merchant, 50 s Frederick st.

dw sw cor Water & Exeter sts

Haslett Thomas, grocer, n e cor Short and Orleans streets
Haslup John, blacksmith, Hillen st w of Orleans
Haslup, Jesse, coachsmith, 21 Harrison st. dw Aisquit h st

opposite Hull's lane

Haslup Rezin, coachsmith, 12 n Frederick st
Hassard Thomas, carpenter, St. Paul st n of Lexington, shop

Franklin st near Cathedral

Hassellberger, George, victualler, a Charles st extended
Hasset mrs Ann, n w cor Maiden lane and Aisquith st
Hasson Jno. grocer and com. mt. 80 Pratt street, dw Exeter st

s of Pratt

Hasson James, shoemaker, Holliday sts of Centre
Haste Philmine, Saratoga st w of Cove
Hastings Jas. grocery and liquor store,Eutaw st s of Frank iin
Haswell miss Rebecca, mantua maker, Holliday st betw Bath

and Pleasant streets

Hatch Nathan J. shoe store,20 N Eutaw st. dw Chesnut alley
Hatch Sarah, milliner, 149 Bond street [E of Pine st
Hathway John, Lombard street near Eutaw
Hatton Hagerty, painter & glazier, Balti more St 2d door w of
Hatton mrs. grocer, Water st 3 doors w of Apple alley [Spring



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