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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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Holthouse Francis, 45 Albemarle st

Holtou John, tailor, 108 Pearl st

Holton David, 66 Gough at

Holton J. keeper Mount Vincent inn, Harford avenue

Holts Daniel, oyster establishment, s end w Falls avenue

Holtz Mrs. C. dry goods and trimming mer. 11 Lexington st

Holtz Emanuel, paper hangings manufacturer, 105 n Howard st

Holtz George G. paper hanger, 71 Pennsylvania avenue

Holtze F. nail and spike mater, 113 McElderry's wharf

Holtzman Thomas, runner in Com. & Farmers' Bank, dw 95 n

Pearl st

Holtzman George, grocer, s e corner Lex ing ton and Green sts
Holtzman Samuel, laborer, 71 Centre Market space
Holtzman Columbus, 44 Albemarle st
Holtzman William, 13 n Liberty st
Homan Michael, baker, 157 north Eutaw st
Homan John, shoemaker, 249 Franklin st —
Homans J. Smith, clerk of board of com. of insolv. debtors, office,

court house, dw 89 e Pratt st

Homer J. Finley & Co. dry goods mer. 47 n Howard st
Honey Mrs. Susan, 70 Park st
Honeywell Charles B. 91 Lexington st
Honnig J boot and shoe maker, 74 Abey alley
Hood John, vinegar maker, 59 Preston st
Hood H. O. agent for N. C. Rimph, watch maker and jeweller,

121 Baltimore st

Hoogewerff, Mrs. J. J. 71 St. Paul st

Hook Enoch, hatter, St. Mary st. between Ross and Madison
Hook Charles, tinner, 65 Ensor st
Hook George, butcher, 290 Light st
Hook & Glanville, dry goods mer. 85 n Howard st. and 89 1-2

Hanover st

Hook Mrs. Mary, 28 George st
Hook John, tailor, 97 n Eutaw st
Hook H. W, carpenter, Eutaw st
Hook Henry, 91 n Paca st
Hook H. & F. painters, 140 Lexington st
Hoop Jacob, laborer, 211 s Caroline st
Hoop Christopher, 245 Hanover st

Hooper & Chesebrough, ship chandlers & grocers, 3 Bowly's whf.
Hooper James & Sons, grocers and commission mer. 84 Light

st wharf, dw J H 158 s Charles st
Hooper James, jr. dw 57 Barre st
Hooper J. A. & Chesebrough, grocers and ship chandlers, 64

South st. Bowly's wharf
Hooper William, dw 60 e Pratt st

Hooper Wm. E. sail maker, 99 Bowly's wharf, dw 88 Fawn it
Hooper Thomas, ship chandler and grocer, 66 Spear's wharf,

dw 58 Barre st

Hooper Mrs. Sarah, 70 George st
Hooper James 1. grocer, 630 w Baltimore st
Hooper & Graff, merchant tailors, 162 e Baltimore st
Hooper James, undertaker, 322 n Gay st
Hooper William, 19 n Spring st
Hooper, Capt. James John, manner, 221 Aitquith st
Hooper Amasa, painter, 9 Stirling st
Hooper Joseph N. undertaker, 285 n Gay st


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