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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1835
Volume 493, Page 266   View pdf image (33K)
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STO Matchett's Baltimore

Stirling Archibald, of Savings Bank in Exchange; dw Bal-
timore street e of Aisquith

Stinger George, silversmith, Barre st w of Hanover
Stinger John, glass blower, Glass house, Johnson st
Stinson mrs Ruth, white washer, Pratt st extended
Stiver Henry, blacksmith, Holland street
Stobeck mrs Eliza, Baltimore st w of Pine
Stocart James, carpenter, Whitworth row, e of Ross st
Stocer Matthias, cordwainer, Saratoga st w of Cove
Stokely Matthew, Argyle alley n of Alice Anna st
Stocksdale Nelson, clothing store, 58 Centre Market space
Stocksdale Sarah, tutoress, Paca sf n of Franklin
Stockton & Stokes, proprietors General Stage Office, base-
ment of City Hotel
Stockton &, Stokes, proprietors of Baltimore Coach Factory,

North st between Centre and Madison
Stockton R. C. firm do. St. Paul st s of Saratoga
Stockton John, blacksmith, 22 Alice Anna street
Stockton Ed ward, labourer, Park street extended
Stockes Lydia, Low street near Aisquith
+Stokely Martin, Spring street s of Pratt
Stoker Elizabeth, Peace alley w of Eutaw street
Stokes W. B. firm Stockton & Stoker dw 42 Courtland st
Stokes mrs Rachel, Front street n of York
Stollet Nathaniel, carpenter, Franklin st w of Chatsworth
Stolp Lewis, confectioner, 27 n Green street
Stone mrs Mary, dry goods store, 64 H mover st
Stone mrs Ann, 9 Mercer street
Stone mrs Elhza George strnct e of Pine
Stonebraker G. 59 Lombard st.; dw 42 Lombird st
Stoner John L. lottery mt. Baltimore st 1 door e of the bridge
Stoops Sarah, Tripolett's alley [dw 143 n Eutaw street
Stoops Aaron, shoe dealer, Franklin street w of Chatsworth;

store 51 Lexington st

Storm Peter, keeper Buck tavern, cor Forest and Hillen sts
Storm James G. auctioneer, Lexington st e of Paca
Strebeck John, ship joiner, Argyle alley s of Wilk st
Story Christiana, Bank street e of Pitt
Stoudler John, Glass house, Johnson street
Stoufer Jacob, dyer, Sarah Ann st w of Cove
Stouffer Henry, 15 n Eutaw street
Stouffer Henry J. carpenter, 97 s Howard street
Stouffer John, flour mt. 35 n Howard street; dw Paca street

s of Lexington

Stouffer & Ronsaville, carpenters, Green st 8 of German
Stouffer H. J. dw Howard st n of Conway
Stout Joseph, looking glass and fancy store, 26 21 story Ba-
zaar; dw w end of Baltimore st
Stout Francis, paver, Gay street e of Forest
Stout Isaac, seaman. Beuren st n of Liberty alley


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