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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1835
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CUS Matchett's Baltimore

Cummins James, bar keeper, Water street near High

Cummins John, carpenter, Pratt st 2 doors w of Caroline

Cummins mrs Margaret, milliner, 28 N Gay street o. t.

Cummins Margaret, tailoress, Chamberlain alley N side

+Cummins Samuel, waiter, Water street w of Caroline,

+Cummins James, Bank street w of Happy alley

+Cumnins Simon, East street N of Douglass

Cunningham James, grocer, SE cor Baltimore and Front sts

Cunningham mrs Ann, 57 Pitt street

Cunningham William, carpenter, 9 Comet street

Cunningham Mary, liquor store, cor Long alley & Franklin st

Cunningham Elizabeth, tailoress, Mott st E side

Cunningham Mary, huckster, Ruxton street

Cunningham Alexander, hack proprietor,Water st betw Light

Cunningham capt John, 32 Block street [and Grant sts

Cunningham John grocer, French st betw Potter & East sts

Cunningham Mortimer, grocer, 79 McElderry's wharf

Cunningham Hugh, carriage proprietor. 25 German st

Cunningham Hannah, tailoress, 33 Constitution street

Cupp John, glass worker, Johnson st near watering place

Curdy Philip, Starr alley s of Wilk street

+Cure Daniel, labourer, Park lane extended

Curland William, sawyer, Starr alley N of Fleet street

Curlct Jno. coachmaker, Holliday st betw Pleasant and Sara-

Curlet ————, huckster, 157 French street [toga sts

Curlet mrs Elizabeth, Gay st w of Aisquith

Curlett Lewis, chair maker, Gay street w of Aisquith

Curley, Henry, carpenter, 19 New Church street

Curley James, 13 New Church st

Curley James, city commissioner, 104 Park street

Curran John, hack owner, Mechanics' alley s side

Curran Michael, tailor, Frederick st s of Water

Curran Thomas, High street s of French

Curran Nicholas, labourer, Baltimore st E of Cove

Curran Stephen, tanner, Neighbour st running from Harford

Curran Moses, Long alley s of New street [to York av

Curry Robert L. venitian blind maker, 5 N Gay st. dw Pitt

street 2d door from High

Curry Daniel, weaver, Preston street w of Ross
Curry John R. carpenter, 32 N High street
Curshaw Seth, millwright, w end Baltimore street
Curtain Thomas, victualler, Pitt st 2 doors w of Strawberry al
Curtain William, victualler, Pitt st w of Strawberry alley
Curtain mrs Margaret, York avenue
Curtain Thomas, carpenter, Baltimore st near Cove
++Curtis Abednigo, musician, Harford road E side at 1st mile
Curven mrs. Francis, huckster, York avenue [stone|
Curvill John, bricklayer, French st opposite Exeter
Cash John, dw 64 N Eutaw street
Cushing & Sons, booksellers & stationer 6 N Howard street


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