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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1835
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Director for 1835 BUT

Burns mrs, Water st 2d door w of Apple alley

Burns William, tailor, Ross st E of St. Mary street

Burns R. D. com. mt. 9 Bowly's wharf, dw 30 Hanover st

Burns Mary, Pine street E of Frankhn

Burns mrs Mary Ann, Water st 2d door w of Lloyd

Burns Rachel, 38 Park street

Burns Thomas, Franklin street w of Chatsworth

Burns Ann, shopkeeper, Lancaster st w of Bond

Burnup William, brass founder, Lancaster st E of Ann street

Burr John, labourer, Franklin st extended

Burrels George H. Young ladies academy, 15 H Eutaw st

Burson Lidia G. milliner, 46 Front street

Burt Michael, weaver, Peirce street E of Cove

Burton James, black horse tavern, cor High and Low sts

Burton William,cabinet maker, NE cor Exeter and Marion sts

Burton William, confectioner, 51 N Gay st

Burton Sela, joiner, Starr alley near Gough street

Burton William, cooper, Constitution street near French

Busby Clarissa, Pearl street N of Fayette

Busch Abraham, chimnies master, Light st near Henrietta

Busch John, letter carrier, Eutaw st N of Saratoga

Busche Morris, grocer, Gay street E of Mott

Busch mrs Johannah, Saratoga st E of Schroeder

Bush mrs. 18 Mercer street

Bash James, furniture store 17 Harrison st

Bush Eliza, 40 Front street

Bush John tobacconist, Lancaster st E of Market

BushLudwick, cabinet maker, Harford av N of the Church

Bush James, sail maker, "Wilk street E of Apple alley

Bushman Jno. carpenter, cor Sharp & Fayette sts & 21

Fayette street

Bushman Christopher, tavern, NE cor Gay and Exeter sts
Busick Thomas, cordwainer, Cove streets of Franklin
Busick Joshua, shoemaker, cor Molt and Ensor sts
Busk John, office s Gay street opposite Exchange, dw 60 Pitt
Buss Adam, baker, 185 Bond street

Bussey Henry A. tavern keeper, 15 Centre Market space
Bussey Rebecca, huckster, Wrst'st

Butcher Aiexr. confectioner Lexington street w of Charles
Butler Thomas, shoestore, Pratt street 3d door from Sharp
Butler Pierce, grocer, cor Canal and Orleans sts
Butler Moses, grocer, 16 Commerce st
Butler Isaiah, seaman, East st N of Pitt
Butler James, carter, 18 Monument st

Butler James, labourer, Strawberry alley N of Allice Anna st
Butler Edmund, Grocer, 94 s Charles street
Butler, Charles, bricklayer, George st w of Penn avenue
Butler Absalom C. boot and shoemaker, S Hanover st. dw cor
Butler Maria, Potter st N of Gay [Howard & Germnn sts
Butler Courtney Ann, fancy store, Camden st near Hanover


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