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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1829
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SIE Matchett's Baltimore
Stansbury Robt B. sea capt. 53 Market st
Stansbury R. cordwainer, Caroline near Pinkney
Stansbury Nicholas, 6 Albermarle
Stansbury Elijah, jr. cor of Albermarle and Fawn
Stansbury Augustus, cooper. Centre w side
Stansbury mrs Ann, tailoress, 81 N Liberty
Stansbury mrs Elizabeth H. Eutaw s of Mulberry
Stansbury E. I. dry goods merchant, 72 w Lexington
+Stansbury Isaac, hack driver, Centre w of St. Paul
+Stansbury A. labourer, Carpenter's al near Peace
+Stansbury G. brick maker, Carpenter's al E of Paca
+Stansbury Bar. laundress, Peace al w of Howard st
+Stansbury Geo. labourer, Potter near Low
Staples John K. sea capt. 23 Thames
Stapleton J. K. & Son, brush and bellows manufac-
turers, 159 Baltimore
Starcke Charles & Co. French and German dry
goods merchants, 215 w Baltimore
Starke Robert, coach maker, French near Potter
Starr mrs. Julia Ann, Caroline near Gough
Starr Joseph, teacher, Wilk E of Bond
Starr Engle, tavern keeper, N Front st
Starr & M'Cormick, merchants, 22 Light st whf
Starr Wesley, of the firm of do. Conway w of Eutaw
Starr Joshua, teamster, 57 s Sharp
Starr Ann, Wagon al E of Howard st
Starr John, tobacconist, 61 N Exeter
Starr James, type founder, cor of Calvert st and
Lovely lane, dw Water w of Lloyd
Start Benj, constable, Aisquith near Low
Starr Geo. mariner, Wagon al E of Eutaw st
Starr mrs Rebecca, snuff and tobacco manufactory,
30 Cen. Market space, and 21 s Calvert,
State Tobacco warehouse, cor of Light and Conway
Staton David, carpenter, New near Eutaw
Staylor Henry, grocer, dor of High and French
Steel Sam'l, watch maker, Hawk st near Market sp.
Steel John, mariner, cor of Fleet and Market
Steen Geo. W. principal of Wentworth academy,
132 Baltimore, dw 8 Paca s side

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