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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1835
Volume 493, Page 144   View pdf image (33K)
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HOL Matchett's Baltimore

Holbrook capt. Joseph, e Baltimore st opposite Aisquith

Holbrook Patrick, grocer, corner Gay and Forest sts

Holbrook capt. Edward, 21 Thames st

Holden Joseph R. morocco dresser, Cove st extended

Holden Thomas, seaman, Shakspeare st w of Market

Holden Ann, seamstress, Low st between Potter & Exeter

Holden Lewis, cedar cooper, 17 Gay st

Holiday John, cabinet maker, Maiden lane w of Aisquith st

Holland Wm. inn keeper, Lexington st w of Long alley

Holland Paul R. carpenter, Caroline st n of York

Holland John, bricklayer, Aisquith st n of Monument

Holland James, tailor, Potter st s of Hillen

Holland Jesse, watchman, Apple alley s of Baltimore st

Holland Joshua, shoemaker, 40 n Gay st o t

Holland Wm. cordvvainer, Moore alley w of Eutaw st

Holland John, bricklayer, Gay st e of Forest

Holland George, victualler, Ensor st n e of Monument

Holland misses, seminary for young ladies, 18 s Gay st

Holland Henry, shoemaker, German st near Cove

Holland Littleton, jeweller, 13 St Paul st

+Holland mrs. washer, Hull's lane 7 doors w of Aisquith st

+Holland James, labourer, Happy alley n of Gough st

Hollet ———, carter, w end Baltimore st

Holliday mrs Ruth, milliner, 29 Harrison st

Holliday Benjamin, drayman, Biddle alley w of Ross st

+Holliday Harriet, Apple alley s of Baltimore st

Hollin Wm. cordvvainer, Moore alley w of Eutaw st

Hollingshead capt. Francis, Lee st near Hanover

Hollingshead mrs Margaret R. boarding house, Fayette street

next Duncan's church
Hollingsworth mrs. 70 St Paul st
Hollinsworth Isaac, grocer, n w corner High and Gay streets

dw 143 High st

Hollingsworth mrs Elizabeth, Franklin st w of Pearl
Hollingsworth mrs. Lexington st near Charles
+Hollingsworth, Ann Maria, washer, St Paul st near Hamilton
Hollins John Smith, Water st 2d door w of the Exchange
Hollins Wm. Fayette st s side, 3 doors e of Calvert office do
Hollins Wm. corner Mulberry and Chatsworth sts
Hollins Maria, Aisquith st n of Holland
Hollis Charles, agent for New York Religious Advocate, 131

Baltimore street

Hollis James, carpenter, Pine st w side s of Mulberry
++HoIlis David, labourer, Douglassst e of Forest
+Hollon Mary F teacher, Sharp st bet. Lexington & Saratoga
Holloway Robert, watchmaker, 115 High st
Holloway George, Baltimore st w of Pearl
Holloway Wm. apothecary, 284 Baltimore st
Holmes Moses, lottery and exchange broker, Light st adjoin-
ing Beltzhoover's Inn



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