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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1835
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Director for 1835

Peiroe Richard, huckster, Wine st e of Care

Peirce John, carter, Baltimore st w of Cove

Peirce Thomas, labourer, Harford avenue n of the Church

Peirpoint John, cordwainer, Pearl st s of Fayette

Peirpoint Misael, Cove st s of Peirce

Peirson James, weaver, s e corner Baltimore & Spring sts

Peirson Thomas, tanner, 73 Ensor st

Peltan Cornelius, Spring st n of Gough

Peltan Wm. confectioner, 71 Harrison st

Pendergrass Wm. huckster, French st n of Front,

Pendleton Margaret, huckster, 31 Exeter st

Pendleton mrs Elizabeth, boarding house, 246i Baltimore st

Pendleton John, musician and white washer, 103 s Eutaw st

Penitentiary Maryland, s w corner Forest and Madison sts,

J. Owens keeper

Penn Jacob W. bailiff, corner Pine and Fayette sts
Penn Jacob, city bailiff, Pearl st s of Lexington
Penn Jacob, brickmaker, Light st near Austin
Penniman Thomas &, co. commission merchants, 77 Bowly's
wharf, dw T, P. High st near Pratt
Penniman Augustas, book keeper, Frederick st near Balto.
Pennington Josias, Mount Vernon

Pennington Jno. H. piano forte tuner, Holland st e of Aisquith
Pennington James, chair maker, Harford road n of the lum-
ber yard

Pentz Daniel, victualler, Pitt street s side e of Eden
Pentz John J. victualler, Pitt st 3d door e of Eden
Pentz P. Henry, victualler, Pitt st w of Strawberry alley
Pentz Henry jr. victualler, Holland st e of Harford run
Peopet Conrad, cabinet maker, Penn av. s of Hoffman st
Pepar Charles, watchmaker, Centre Market space
Peregoy Caleb, carpenter, Paca st n of Franklin, shop, Lex-
ington st e of Howard

Peregoy James, carpenter, n side Loudenslager's Hill
Peregoy Joseph, Orleans st e of Caroline
Peregoy James, cooper, Park lane e of Cove st
Peregoy Robert, baker and grocer, corner Sterling and Mon-

ument streets

Perigo Daniel, capt. of E, night watch, Wilk st e of Market
Perigo Joseph, cooper, George st w of Penn avenue
Perigo Nathan, carpenter, Hampstead st w of Spring
Perigoy James C. carpenter, Orleans st n side e of Eden
Perigoy Nicholas, carpenter, Mulberry st e of Paca
Perin John, baker, Second st near Church
Perine Thomas, 53 s Liberty street
Perine Ann, tailoress, Penn, avenue extended
Perine Mauldin, potter, n w corner Fine and Lexington sts
Perine David M. register of wills, dw 5 Lexington street
Perkins Charles, teacher, 48 n Frederick street
Perkins Dr, Elisha, druggist, s w cor Franklin and Green sts


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