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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1835
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Director for 1835 UNC

Turner Jeremiah, cotton merchant, Pitt st e of Eden
Turner Elizabeth, 7 Comet street
Turner Nathan, victualler, Holland st e of Harford run
Turner Harry F. victualler, 7 Holland st
Turner mrs Mary, Pratt st 3 doors w of Caroline
Turner Thomas, carpenter, n w cor Short and Orleans sts
Turner Robert, Orleans st e of Spring n side
Turner Lewis, victualler, Penn ave n of Hoffman st
Turner Elizabeth, seamstress, 187 French st
Turner mrs. shoemaker, 189 French st
Turner Thomas, watchman, Beuren st s of Monument
Turner Isaac, victualler, n w corner Bank an J Bond sts
Turner Margaret, huckster, 92 n Eutaw st
Turner Marv. Penn avenue extended

Tutor George, Baltimore st w of Cove
Tuttle William, printer, Park lane e of Pine street
Tweedall James, reed maker, Wine st e of Pine
Twifford William seaman, Eden street s of Gough
Twifford James, shoo maker, French st opposite Exeter
Twifford Edward, shoe maker, Light st near Armistead lane
Twigg mrs Mahalee, Park lane w of Cove street
Tyler E. K. druggist, ne cor Baltimore and High sts
Tyler Daniel M. do do [near Gay
Type Foundry, (R,. B. Spalding, proprietor,) Frederick st
Type foundry Maryland, (F. Lucas Jr. agent,) Lovely lane
Type Adam, blacksmith, 20 Alice Anna street
Tyson George jr. grocer and com. mt. 3 Pratt st wharf
Tyson Nathan, flour mt. lower end Patterson st wharf, dw

30 s Sharp street betw Pratt find Lombard sts
Tyson Isaac sen. flour mt. Cable st betw Patterson & Com-
merce sts. dw 99 Lombard st

Tyson mrs Mary, Charles st betw Lexington & Saratoga sts
Tyson Jonathan, mt. dw Eutaw st s of Pratt
Tyson William A. com. merchant, Bank st e of Pitt
Tyson Charles, Franklin st w of Pine

Tyson & Fisher, druggists & chemists, 192 Baltimore street
Tyson Jacob 97 s Eutaw street
Tyson Isaac, 81 Lombard street

HLER GEORGE, merchant, cor Pratt and Hanover sts.

ds 113 s Sharp st

Uhler Philip, dry goods merchant, 41 Lexington street
Uhler Erasmus, Fayette street e of Cove
Unorn George, grocery and liquor store, Pratt street e of
Ulrick Sarah, Long alley n of New street [Market space
Ulhorn Join, blacksmith, n Calvert st 1 door from Mulberry
Uhlhorn mrs Dorothea, 70 s Sharp street
Ulrick William, stone mason, Long alley s of New street
Uncle Isaac, blacksmith, Welcome alley betw Sharp and
Howard streets

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