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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1835
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Director for 1835 SMI

Smith Christian H. harness maker, Marion st near Liberty
Smith Andrew, labourer, Lancaster st e of Bond
Smith Hannah, washer, Falls turnpike, near Lanvale factory
Smith James, blacksmith, Lancaster st e of Argyle alley
Smith mrs. boarding house, Lexington st near Charles
Smith John, ship joiner, Fleet street corner Star alley
Smith John, blacksmith, Thames st w of Market
Smith mrs Hannah, 27 Fleet st

Smth Richard, lead smelter, Fleet st e of Washington
Smith Nicholas, grocer, York avenue n of Monument street
Smith John Q., punter, Constitution st e of French
Smith Joseph, printer, French street opposite Potter
Smith Hugh, French st s of High
Smith Joseph, carpenter, French sireet w of Potter
Smith Benjamin B. sea captain, Harford av n of the Church
Smith Robert, principal of Laliiyctte Academy. Harford avenue

n of the Chinch
Smith John A. carpenter, Harford road, n of lumber yard
Smith George, seaman, Canal street s of Gough
Smth Abijah, carpenter, 2-49 n Howard street
Smith A. C. miniature painter, -29 Fayette street
Smith George, city bailiff corner Light street and Sugar alley
Smith &. Sharkey, importers of china, glass and queensware,

229 1/2 Baltimore street
Smith & Atkinson, druggists, 228 Baltimore street
Smith James L. shoemaker, Caroline st n of Gough; store Ma-

Smith James P. tobacconist, 18 Market st [ryland Arcade
Smith William P. Eutaw street, 2 doors from Camden
Smith John, baker, 30 n Eutaw street

Smith John, cooper, Ruxton lane near Charles street
Smith William B. tavern, Ruxton street

Smith James, tailor, German street near Eutaw

Smith Eli, cooper. German street near Given

Smith Jacob, harness maker and saddler, 104 Lombard st

Smith John, at post office dw Barre street near Charles

Smith John. Burre street near Sharp

Smith Abram, carter. Forest st s of Douglass

Smith Janice, labourer, ne cor of Monument and Ensor sts

Smith David, labourer, Forest st n of Monument

Smith Francis, barber, Caroline st n of Fleet
Smith Adam, seaman, Caroline st s of York

Smith Lloydl, seaman, Potter st n of Douglass
Smith James, sawyer, Bond st n of Pratt
Smith Joseph, labourer, Saratoga st e of Cove
Smith Aquilla, labourer, Saratoga st w of Schroeder
Smith John, labourer, Arcade alley w of Eutaw st

Smith John, labourer, Strawberry alley n of Wilk st
Smith Charles, Chesnut alley, w of Chatsworth st
Smith Sarah, Biddle alley w of Ross st
Smith Edward, labourer, Hull's lane n side w of Aisquith St


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