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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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Ash Mrs. Martha, 24 Spring st
Ashbaugh John, tailor, 83 Burgundy alley
Ash bur n John, mariner, 104 Dugan's Wharf
Ashcom Alexander, pilot, 130 Bank st
Ashcroft Robert, shipbuilder, 250 Eastern avenue
Ashmanhart, Mrs. Mary, 140 Franklin st
Ashman William jr. oyster house, 35 Saratoga st
Ashley Mrs. Jane, milliner, 74 n Liberty st
Ash ton William R. book keeper, 63 Columbia st
Ashton John, halter, 45 Centre Market Space
Asket William, carrier, 14 Comet st
Askew, Thomas W. 121 Biddle st
Askey William, cooper, 80 Jackson st
Askey Joseph, carter. 89 Granby st
Askey John, boat builder, 73 Granby st
Askey James, cabinet maker, 6 Gough st
Aspinall James, grocer, 61 Richmond at
Ass George, carter, 258 Franklin st
Assembly Rooms, n e corner of Fayette and Holiday sts
Asprill David T. steamboat clerk, 55 Granby st
Aston William, hatter, 33 Monument st
Ataline Henry, porter, Tessier st (from Biddlle to St Mary's st
Atford John, ship carpenter, 243 Ann 8t
Atkins Addison Butler, teachei, 119 e Baltimore st
Atkinson Henry, clerk, 100 Fiemont st
Atkinson Thomas, shoemaker, 31 n Paca st
Atkinson Samuel, carpenter. 343 Lexington st
Atkinson James E. firm Smith & Wtkinson, dw 27 n Liberty st
Atkinson James, barber, 134 G, y st. dw 6 Orleans st
Atkinson J. H. merchant tailor, dw 238 Monument st, shop 123
n High
Atkinson David, carpenter, 19, Constitution st
Atkinson Rev. Thomas, 21 s Sharp st
Atkinson Doctor Thomas, 47 Mulberry st
Atkinson Joshua J. secretary B. & O. Railroad, dw 95 st Paul st
Atkinson R. A. & Co. dry goods dealers, 70 Hanover st
Alkinson Joshua, grocer, 223 e Lombard st. dw 221
Atkinson Mrs. Martha, 127 Bank st
Atkinson Thomas, bricklayer, 30 Rock st
Atler George, coach smith, 106 s Green st
Atwell John, 43 Camden st
Alwell Captain Benjamin, mariner, 141 Bond st
Atwell William, laborer, Cambridge st near Windsor, Canton
Atwell Nathaniel, ship carpenter, Cambridge st near Canton Ave-
nue, Canton
Atwood J. F. straw goods dealer, 257 Baltimore st. up stairs
Atwood John, cahinet maker, 26 Monument st
Atwood Samuel, carter, Poppleton st s of McHenry
Audoun L. hardware dealer, 195 Broadway
Augh Casper, laborer, 120 French st
Aughenhaugh John, wool factory, 148 Monument st
Auld Samuel, ship carpenter, 245 Canton Avenue
Ault Samuel & Son, shoe findings and seeds dealers, 30 Calvert
st. dw S. Ault, sr. 327 n Gay st
Ault S. jr. dw 325 n Gay st
Ault Edward, clerk, 132 Hanover st

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