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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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Hamilton J. H. grocer, 91 Light st whf.

Hamilton William jr. attorney at law, 26 St. Paul st

Hamilton & Barnet, auctioneers, n e cor, Balto, and Charles sts

Hamilton William T. auctioneer, 26 Barnet St

Hamilton William, superintendent of R. R. cars, 126 s Charles st

Hamilton Thomas B. sail maker, 125 s Exeter st

Hamilton Larkin, plaisterer, 106 Albemarle st

Hamilton Mrs. Ann Maria, 277 Bond st

Hamilton James, manner, 206 Ann st

Hamilton Samuel, foundryman, 818 Eastern avenue

Hammars Andrew, whip and cane maker, 86 Constitution st

Haramel John, coffee roaster, 232 Ann st

Hammel Philip, cooper, 62 French st

Hammel Jacob, 25 Ensor st

Hammelbacher Martin, cooper, 153 Light st

Hammer Gerhard, wig maker, 80 n Howard st

Hammer J. D. tavern keeper, 53 Penn. avenue

Hammer Mrs. Jane E. 250 Fayette st

Hammer Jacob, 218 n Exeter st

Hamerslough L. dry good4 mt. 59 n Howard st

Hammett J. C. dw 216 Mulberry st

Hammil Robert, shoemaker, 12 Thompson st
Hammil William, drayman, 212 n Exeter st
Hammond John, baker, Orchard st
Hammond Capt. 389 Lexington st
Hammond Mary A. grocer, 490 w Baltimore st
Hammond & Porter, queensware dealers, 260 Baltimore st
Hammond Charles, dw 268 Fayette st
Hammmond W. Z. printer, 68 Raborg st
Hammond John A. 212 Forrest st
Hammond David, hackman, 45 Lombard st
Hammond John L. real estate and commission agent, 41 s Gay st
Hammond Mrs. Mary Ann, 14 Barnet st
Hammond John, dw 28 Barnet st
Hammond Mrs. Catharine, 60 G. Montgomery st
Hammond Mrs. Frances, 240 Ann et

Hammond Mrs. Elizabeth, Gooseberry alley near Fremont st
Hamner Rev. James, 45 s Sharp st
Hamson B. laborer, 18 Lee st
Hampson Mary, 48 Monument st
Hampson A. J. grocer, 19 Courtland st
Hampton Levi, shoemaker, 282 1-2 Mulberry st
Hanan John, attorney at law, 11 Courtland st
Hance John, 383 Franklin st

Hance Seth, apothecary, 166 w Pratt st. dw 108 Baltimore st
Hance James boarding house, 85 baltimore st
Hancock & Mann, proprietors of Patap. steam adamantine can-
dle and lard oil factory, work, Clinton st s of Boston, Can-
ton R. B. dw Charles st

Hancock William, tavern keeper, w Falls avenue
Hancock Henry C. tinner and sheet iron worker, 109 Gough st
Hancock John, weaver, 569 Saratoga st
Hancock Mrs. Susan, 59 York st
Hancock A. collector, 140 Eden st, corner Jefferson
Hancock, Robert B. 3 n Charles st
Hand Alexander, boot maker, 63 n Eutaw st


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