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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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Harker George W. huckster, 190 York avenue
Harkins Neil, boot maker, 368 Saratoga st
Harkins N. boot and shoemaker, 140 Lexington st
Harkins Henry, carpenter, 71 Centre or Marsh market
Harkness M. milkman w of Poppleton st. betw. Franklin and

Harkness Thomas, laborer, 101 Fremont st
Harlan Samuel, grocery and feed store, B w cor. Howard and

Madison sts. dw 119 Madison avenue
Harlin John C. bricklayer, 184 Aisquith st
Harlin George, butcher, Harford avenue
Harlow Isaac shoemaker, 31 Orleans st
Harlow Joseph, founder, 4? Wolfe st

Harman John, shoe store, 105 Fayette st, dw 43 n Howard st
Harman John, dyer, 24 Gough st
Harman George boot and shoemaker, 194 w Pratt st
Harman Mrs. E. boarding house, 664 w Baltimore st
Harman Samuel, brickmaker, 91 s Howard st
Harman Joshua, coachmaker, 64 Park st
Harman Richard, prop. Maryland Pottery, dw 10 n Eden st
Harman George, copper roller, 105 n Eden st
Harman Michael, carter, 242 Dallas st

Harmelstein Frederick, baker, Thames st. 2nd door fm Broadway
Harmine Anthony, grocer, 1 and 2 Constitution st
Hnrmon William H. house carpenter, 223 Light st
Harmon Henry, house carpenter, Warren st
Harmoning George, laborer, 41 Philpot St
Harnes Joseph, drover, 748 w Baltimore st
Harney E. R. 280 Fayette pt
Harp Matthias, painter, 26 Ross st
Harp Peter, carter, 22 Hampstead st
Harp John,carter, 191 Eastern avenue
Harper Mrs. 222 n Howard st
Harper Samuel, laborer, 155 Penn, avenue
Harper John, laborer, 221 Happy alley
Harper Dawd, shoemaker, 37s Paca st
Harper James, grocer, 42 Bond st
Harper Presberrt, shoemaker, 200 Eden st
Harper Mrs. Robert J. 10 Cathedral st
Harr Peter, deputy keeper at Penitentiary, dw 190 Pitt st
Harr H. clothier, 117 n Howard st
Harragal John J. laborer, 227 Forrest st
Harraman Walter, chairmaker, 178 e Pratt st
Harrig J. B. smith in general, 194 Hanover st
Harrigan Andrew, grocer, 247 Monument st
Harring Peter, shoemaker, 62 Fremont st
Harring George W. coal dealer, dw 315 s High st
Harrington James, tailor, 89 McElderry's wharf
Harrington Luke, 16 e Lombard st
Harrington R. 118 Aisquith st

Harrington Mrs. Matilda, 153 Bast st
Harrington Mrs. 1 Morris alley
Harrington Miss Ann, 64 s Calvert st
Harrington Richard, laborer, 206 Ann st
Harrington Levin, carter, corner Light and Henrietta sts
Harrington Samuel, 7 Warren st


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