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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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Shillingshlager Matthias, tavern keeper, 210 Lexington st

Shingle Peter, laborer, 17 Carpenter's alley

Shingle Peter, laborer, 22 s Charles st

Shipley Zachariah, carpenter, 94 Fremont st

Shipley Benjamin, laborer. Ramsay st. w of Poppleton

Shipley Charles, carpenter, 80 German St. dw 21 Greene

Shipley L. G. carpenter, 73 n Paca st

Shipley Archimedes, brakesman, 193 Biddle St

Shipley Joshua B. grocer, 57 McHenry st

Shipley Joshua, carpenter, Clay st. near Poppleton

Shipley William B. watchman 121 Vine st

Shipley Mrs. Sarah A. 87 Pine st

Shipley Miss M. E. A. milliner, 275 n Gay st

Shipley Jacob L. edge tool maker, 91 Columbia st

Shipley William, dry goods dealer, dw Columbia st near Greene

Shipley Hammond,blacksmith, 92 Hill st

Shipley G. keeper livery stables, 71 North st. dw 83

Shirk Henry, pork dealer, 101 Franklin st. dw Monument n side

w of Howard

Shirk Joseph plaisterer, 80 Ross st

Shirley William, queensware and china dealer, 13 s Calvert st
Shirlock John, furnaceman, 94 Boyd st
Shirly James, laborer, 79 Perry st
Shlessinger B. of Western Hotel, dw 11 Camden st
Shock Mrs. M. 34 n Paca
Shock William, paper maker, 180 East St
Shock George, carpenter, 205 East st
Shock John, carpenter, 60 n Spring st
Shock M. paper hanger, 180 East st
Shockey Patrick, tailor, 18 Sterling st
Shoemaker Henry, bar-room, 75 Pratt st
Shoemaker John F. cabinet maker, 43 Chestnut st
Shoemaker Charley 124 Pine st

Shoemaker S. M. Express office, 45 Light st

Shoemaker William, engineer on steam boat, 166 s Charles st

Shoemaker William, bridge builder, 160 Ann st

Shoemaker Fredk. tobacco dealer, Light st wharf, dw 90 Sharp st

Shoemaker George, brickmaker, 171 s Sharp st

Shoeman Conrad, laborer, 67 Argyle alley

Shol Mrs. Christina, 7 doors w of Boston st. Canton

Sholes Thomas C. upholsterer, and paper hang. 80 Baltimore st

Sholtz C. F. tailor, 18 Grant st

Shoney Henry, tavern keeper, 18 Block st

Shook Henry, watchman, 134 Monument st

Shoots Israel, shoemaker, 21 Monument st

Shorey N. B. hatter, 79 Orleans st

Short William C. hackman, 53 German st

Short Hudson, mariner, 16 Fell st

Short Mrs. Mary M. 20 Water st

Shorlel Edward, grocer, 99 York avenue

Shot Tower, Phoenix, corner Front and e Fayette sts

Shot Tower Merchants', corner Conway and Eutaw sts

Short Jacob, caulker, 117 Canton avenue

Shot works merchants', corner Wayne and Eutaw sts. Toma
Clare secretary

Sholten John, pitcher, 120 York aveaue


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