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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1835
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Director for 1835. HUL

Hubbell Josiah, 53 s sharp st
Hubbey Joseph, stone mason, Park lane w of Pine st
Hobbrick John, shoe maker, Low st bet Potter and Exeter
Hubener C. F. watch maker, 28 s Howard st
Huber Henry, liquor store, w end of Baltimore st
Hubley Mrs. boarding house, 16 s Gay st
Hubner C. F. watch maker, Franklin st e of Paca
Huck Richard, labourer, Eastst n of Dougiass
Hudgeon Joseph, Peirce st w of Chatsworth
Hudgin James, blacksmith, 14 Lombard st
Hudson Ann & May Cohen, boarding house, 42 n Gay st
Hudson Miss, 50 n Charles st

Hudson John, merchant, s w cor Bond and Fleet sts
Hudson William, warden of jail, dvv. do.
Hudson Levi, Spring st near Gough
Hudson James, blacksmith, Sharp st near Busy alley
Hudson William, seaman, Ann st n of Lancaster
+Hudson William, caulker, Wolf st s of Fleet
+Huffington Benjamin, grocer, corner Charles and Lombard
Hugg mrs Mary, seamstress, Aisquith st s of Orleans
Hugg Robert, carpenter, Laudenslager's hill n side
Hugg Benjamin F. copperplate printer, Howard near Cathe-
Hugg John, sea captain, 22 Fleet st [dral st
Hugget John, tavern and boarding house, 11 Thames st
Hughes Joseph, clock and watch maker, 66 Centre Market
Hughes Granville, tailor, 74 Pitt st [Space
Hughes George A. n e corner Charles and Hamilton sts
Hughes Aquilla, grocery and liquor store, s w corner Eutaw
and Saratoga sts [Forest
Hughes Michael, sexton of St. John's church, Hillen st w of
Hughes Philip, brush maker, Saratoga st w of Cove
Hughes Patrick, grocer, s e corner Pratt and Spring sts
Hughes mrs Mary G. boarding house, Stiles st w of Albemarle
Hughes Edward, lottery commissioner, Franklin w of Pearl
Hughes Patrick, carter, corner of Monument and Forest sts
Hughes Mrs shoe store, 61 Baltimore st
Hughes A. D. watch maker and jeweller, 66i Baltimore st
Hughes William, fisher, John st extended
Hughes Felix, labourer, 15 Mulberry st
Hughes Dr. Charles, Exeter st n of Water
Hughes H C T grocer, 4 Dugan's whf
+Hughes James, North st near Saratoga
Hughey James, labourer, Pratt st w of Cove
Hugo Samuel B. keeper Franklin Inn, cor High & Hillen sts
Hull Robert, merchant, Calvert st bet Lexington & Saratoga
Hull Grace, boarding house, Wilk e of Caroline st
Hull Thomas J. clerk in recorder's office, Low st near High
Hull Nathaniel, engineer, 154 n Gay st
Hulls John, oil, paint and glass store, 23 n Gay st o t
Hulse Henry, cooper, Lee st between Light and Charles



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