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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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Moss John, tavern keeper, 171 Eastern avenue

Moss Peter, laborer, 115 Canton avenue

Moss Mrs. Susan, 272 Canton avenue

Most Henry Jr. confectioner, 215 Broadway

Moszer John A. carpenter, 186 Aisquith st

Moszner C. shoemaker, 18 New st

Mote A. 6. agricultural implements dealer, 38 Ensor st

Morthland Robert, n Exeter st no. 3

Mott James M. Union Bank, dw 79 Park st

Mott Daniel, cooper, 255 Monument st

Mott Nicholas U. plough maker, 83 Constitution st

Mouat Capt. 184 Ann st

Mouat James F. tailor, 2 s Calvert st. dw 165 n Paca

Moultworth Otho, breaksman, 90 Dover st

Mount Savage Coal yard, corner German and Paca sts

Mouser Peter, laborer, 211 Bethel st

Mouser William, laborer, 211 Bethel st

Mow Peter, brass founder, 102 Ann st

Mowbray William A. boot maker, 58 Canal st

Mowbray George W. firm Mortimer & M. dw 68 n Front st

Mowbray Samuel, wood measurer, 13 Warren st

Mowbray Joseph, wood inspector, 72 Eastern avenue

Mowell Peter, Brass founder, 102 Ann st

Mower Adolph, second hand furnituie dealer, 32 Harrison st

Mowton James, secretary of Gas Light Co. of Balto, office North

st. opposite Gas house

Moxley William, sheet iron worker, 78 Hanover st
Moxley Waiter, tobacconist, 243 Broadway
Moyes John F. laborer, Schroeder st. near Fayette
Mozingo A. S. ladies' fancy shoemaker, 208 n Gay st
Mudge A. B. firm Turner & M. 3 s Charles st. dw 24 Camden 61
Mueller J. W, book & job printer, 9 s Liberty st
Muhlhofer, J, M. tavern keeper, 75 n Gay st
Muir J. N. dry goods dealer, 101 Baltimore st
Mulear Rudolph, confectioner, 296 Bond st
Mules Samuel, Orchard st. no. 45, above Ross
Mules Thomas, shoe store, 176 Lexington st. dw 819 Mulberry st
Mules Isaac, painter, 259 Saratoga st
Mulhare Thomas, laborer, 176 Bethel st
Mullen Thomas, coach maker, 73 & 75 North st. dw Gay st
Mullen James, firm Alfred & Mullen, 76 Pratt st
Mullen Christopher, clerk, 58 George st
Mullen John, tavern, 216 Lexington st
Mullen Peter, grocer, 406 Lexington st
Mulien & Woods, grocers, 368 w Baltimore st
Mullen Peler, drayman, 119 Saratoga st
Mullen Mrs. Rachel, 74 Lexington st
Mulien James, carter, 92 French st
Mullen Thomas, Sr. grocer, 8 Stirling st
Mullen Henry, ship joiner, 110 L. McElderry st
Mullen Mrs. Mary J. grocer,. 43 n High st
Mullen T. Jr. dry goods dealer, 131 n Gay st
Mullen Philip, clothier, 7 Second st
Mullen Henry, ship joiner, Bethel st. near Gough
Mulien Edward, boot and shoe maker, 251 Broadway
Mulien John, taiior, 10 Mulberry st


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