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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1835
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Director for 1835 DUN

Dull James, blacksmith, sw cor Lee & Light sts, dw Charles

betw Barre and Lee streets
Dulany J. L. attorney at law, St. Paul st s of Lexington, dw

Courtland st near Franklin
Dunbar George T. cashier Commercial and Farmers' Bank,

Howard street 1 door s of German

Dunbar Charles, drayman, Chamberlain alley near Eutaw st
Duncan Dr. Adolphus, 52 n Frederick street
Duncan James, tavern keeper, Concord street
Duncan David, weaver, Sarah Ann at w of Cove
Duncan Joseph, boot and shoemaker, 5 South street
Duncan Rev. John M. Calvert st n of Lexington,Church Fay-
ette st betw Charles arid Liberty sts
Duncan George, gardner, Covest n of Franklin
Dnncan William, rigger; Fleet st w of Market
Duncan James, fan maker, Barre st near Sharp
Duncan Christian, paver, Mulberry st near Park
+Duncan Hetty, washer, Eden st s of Put
Dungan Wilkinson & Co. shoe dealers, 72 Lexington st
Dungan Stephenson, cooper, Comrnerce st between Pratt &

Cable sts scow office 62 Pratt st
Dungan Jesse, machinist, Baltimore st w of Cove
Dungan William, grocer, SE cor Calvert and Bath sts
Dungan Alexander, carpenter, Paca st n of Franklin
Dungan Francis D. dw 33 Pearl st
Dungan Stephenson, cooper, Stiles st w of Exeter
Dungey William, farrier, 274 N Howard st
Dunglinson Dr. Robley, 16 Hanover st
+Dungy John, seaman, Douglass st w of Aisquith
Dunham Francis J Pleasant street
Dunham Jacob, shipwright, Starr alley s of Wilk street
Dunigan William, carter, 23 Fell street

Dunkan James, tavern and boarding house, Bond st E of Lan-
Dunkerly Richard, turner, w end Baltimore street [caster
Dunkin Levin H. ship builder, 23 Fell st
Dunlevy Thomas, keeper of livery stables, Swan sts side, dw

20 n Gay st. and Stables 22 n Gay street
Dunn Susan, Lee st E of Charles
Dunn mrs Elizabeth, Liberty alley s of Madison street
Dunn Washington, huckster, Lee st near Light
Dunn Francis, huckster, York street near Light st
Dunn mrs. 8 Commerce street
Dunn Alexander, rope maker, West street
Dunn John C. grocer, SE cor Bath and North sts
Dunn Michael, wheelwright, 60 High street
Dunn John, labourer, Bishop's alley s of Stiles street
Dunn John, tailor, 23 New Church st, shop N Liberty st s of
Dunn mrs boarding house, 58 s Calvert street [Lexington
Dunn John, Sharp st between Lexington and Saratoga sts
Dunn John, weaver. Franklin st extended



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