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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1835
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BRO Matchett's Baltimore

Brown Enoch, carpenter, Mott st E side

Brown Abner, carpenter, Franklin st w of Chatsworth

Brown Robt, whip & thong maker, Amity st N of Baltimore

Brown George, deputy keeper of the Penitentiary, York av.

Brown Valentine,coachpainter,Constitution st w of Monument

Brown David, carpenter, Constitution st s of Monument

Brown David Miller, Forest st s of Orleans

Brown Joshua,carter, w Pratt st extended

Brown Samuel, Mulberry street near Lerew's alley

Brown capt Michael, 20 Block st

Brown William ship carpenter, 32 Ann street

Brown John, labourer, corner Gough and Pratt sts

Brown Geo. deputy at Penitentiary, Briton st N of Monument

Brown John, shoemaker, Armistead lane near Light st

Brown John, ship carpenter, Hill st near Hanover

Brown Gideon, iron founder, Hughes st near Light

Brown mrs. tailoress, Park st between Saratoga and Mulberry

Brown Nicholas, labourer, Lerew's alley extended

Brown James, merchant, Mulberry st near Park

Brown Ellen, tailoress, 5 Saratoga st

Brown Isaac, paper hanger and painter, 117 High st

Brown Wm. shoemaker, Spring st N of Wilk

Brown Jacob, shoemaker, Apple alley s of Fleet st

Brown Arthur, sawyer, Happy alley N of Alice Anna st

Brown mrs Ann, grocer, Second st near Market space

Brown John, bridge & wharf builder, 37 Albemarle st

Brown Uriah, surveyor and conveyancer, 25 E Baltimore st

Brown David U. hardware merchant, 1644 Baltimore st dw

25 E Baltimore st

Brown Wm. huckster, Happy alley N of Gough st
Brown Emma, dry goods store, 53 Harrison st
Brown J. Harman, grocer and commission merchant, 52 B

Frederick st dw Courtland st s of Mulberry
Brown mrs Rose, 28 Holliday st
Brown mrs Alexander, Holiday st near Orange alley
Brown George, hatter, 1 Thames st
Brown mrs Mary, Hanover st between Barre and Lee
Brown Peter, shoemaker, Welcome alley between Sharp and
Brown Benjamin, Marion st near Liberty [Howard sts
Brown Samuel, carter, corner Richmond and Cathedral sts
Brown Charles, carpenter and tavern keeper, Thames st E of
Brown John, sailmaker, Mullikin st Fair Mount hill [Block
Brown Ann, carpet weaver, Happy alley N of Lancaster st
Brown David, potter, N w corner Salisbury and Exeter sts
Brown Harry, tailor, Happy alley N of Fleet st
Brown Reuben, cordwainer, Saratoga st E of Cove
Brown Joseph, cooper, Park lane w of Cove st
Brown Joseph, grocer, Baltimore st w of Cove
Brown Elijah, shoemaker and sexton Methodist Protestant
Burying ground, 7 Mott st


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