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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1829
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Director, 1829. AMO
Allen Miss Mary, mantua maker, W Lexington, N
side, E of Sharp st
+Allen Sarah, huckster, Long alley, S of Saratoga st
Allender Joseph, M. D. Thames, W of Market st
+AIlender Elizabeth, laundress, Peace alley; W of
Sharp st
Allers Diederick H. of the firm of Wandelohr, Al-
lers and Co. dw corner of Lit Hughes & Charles
Allers D. H. grocery and feed store, NE corner of S
Charles and Little Hughes st
Allinson Peter, willow carriage & fancy basket ma-
nufacturer, 23 S Calvert st
Allison Mrs. Mary, N Gay, W side, N of Fayette st
Allison James, carpenter, Constitution, near French o t
Allison Mrs. Ann, Salisbury st. near Harford run o t
Almen Mrs. C. tavern keeper, Ensor, E side, near
Forest st o t
Almen Mrs. Mary, seamstress, Mulberry ext. S side,
W of Cove st
Alnut mrs. Sarah, boarding house, 64 Hanover st
Alricks Thomas P. attorney at law, Masonic Hall
Alter mrs. Eliz'h, laundress, Park, N of Lexington st
Alter J. bricklayer, Columbia, w Chem. Labaratory
Alterfritz Catharine, Wolf, S side, N of Wilk st
Alterfreit P. basket inalcer, Ann, S of Baltimore f p
Alterhoof Charles, cutler, 1 Fish Market space
Alvater mrs. Ann, N Exeter, E side, near Pitt st o t
Alvery Samuel, sea captain, 3 Ann st f p
Aly Christian, fisherman, Bond, near Allisanna st f p
Alz mrs. Barbara, William, W side, near Cross, f h
+Ambrose Rachel, laundress, Gt. German, near Cove
+Amby Benj, labourer, Apple alley, W side f p
Amelung John P. W. accountant, 66 S Sharp st
American and Commercial Daily Advertiser, Dobbin,
Murphy and Bose, proprietors, 2 S Gay st
American Farmer's Office, basement story City Ho-
tel, John S. Skinner, proprietor and editor
Ames Stillman, sawyer, 39 W Fayette st t
Amos Corbin, M. D. 39 W Fayette st
Amos John, hatter, 39 N Gay, dw 130 N High st
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