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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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RA& 271 EEA

Raney Alexander, plaisterer, 56 Ann st

Ranforson David, shoemaker, 21 Diamond st

Rankin Samuel, jr. soap and candle manuf. 51 Chew St. dw 55

Rankin William, soap and caudle manufacturer, 16 Stirling st

Rankin Samuel, grocer, corner Ensor and Chesnut sts

Rankin Samuel, dw 157 n Chesnut st

Rantz Frances, basket maker, 15 Constitution st

Rapley William, cooper, 139 Monument st

Rarey Charles, porter, 46 Chestnut st

Rasch Charles, boot and shoe maker, 141 Low st

Rascher Leonard; starch manufacturer, 108 Canton avenue

Raskey Joseph, corn, merchant, corner Cheapside and Pratt sts

Rasmerk Christopher, beer manufacturer, 137 Canton avenue

Ratlitf Win. & Co. flour and general com. merchants, 51 Light

st. dw 25 s Paca st

Ratliff Richard, shoemaker, 98 Camden st
Rattle William, shoemaker, 8 Jefferson st
Rattle William, shoemaker, 295 Eastern avenue
Rau & Sadtler, flour merchants, 155 n Howard st
Rau J. C. dw Pennsylvania avenue
Rau Mrs. Catherine, 130 n Eutaw st
Rau Anthony, proprietor Washington Gardens, between 84 and

104 Pennsylvania avenue

Rau John C. flour dealer, 95 Pennsylvania avenue
Raub John, laborer, 245 AMP st
Rauch Jacob, trunk maker, 51 Bank st
Raum Henry, laborer, 204 Bond st
Raunt Lewis, cabinet maker, 169 Wolfe st
Ravigneaux Francis, 61 Centre Market space
Rawlings George, steamboat clerk, 65 Baire st
Ray John, police officer, 110 Eden st
Ray M. shoemaker, 81 Cross st
Ray John H. clothier, dw 56 George st
Ray Alien, mariner, 60 Hill st
Ray Adam, machinist, 71 York st

Rayfield T. J. dry goods dealer, 10 Centre Market space
Rayhice D. 207 Mulberrv Pt
Raymo M. hatter, 62 n Gay st
Raymo M. tobacconist, 62 n Gay st
Raymo Lewis, 307 n Gav st
Raymond E. druggist, 166 Lexington st
Raymond Alexander, pork dealer, 310 Lexington st
Raymond Samuel Wilson, fur dealer, dw 73 Sharp st
Raymore Lewis, 307 n Gay bt
Razor Jacob, 76 Argyle alley
Rea John H. clothier, 102 Pratt st. dw George st
Rea G. 90 s Paca st
Rea George, cooper, 95 Conway st
Read Francis, carpenter, 270 Alice Anna st
Read Mrs. Tempo, huckster, 205 Vine st
Read Joseph, carpenter, 60 Chestnut st
Read John, drayman, 120 French st
Read Robert, ship carpenter, 198 Broadway
Read William, 28 Aisquith st
Read Captain John, 224 Canton avenue
Read Edward, laborer, 230 n Chestnut st


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