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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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Crowshall William, keeper Penitentiary, 40 Harford avenue
Croxall fe Browning, patent cordage manufacturers, 69 South
st. Bowly's wharf
Croxall Richard, dw 48 Franklin st
Crexall Thomas, boarding house, 2 Union st
»Croyeau Augustine, importer of English and French perfumery,
and hair worker, 171 Baltimore st
Crozier Mrs. A. M. 194 e Pratt st
Crozier William, sail maker, 208 e Pratt st
Cruch G. baker, 137 Low st
Crumbacker Ephraim, clerk post office, 122 Mulberry st
Crumby Mrs. Maria, grocer, 24 Forrest st
Crummer E. A. lime dealer, 70 Hillen st
Crummer Edward, lime dealer, 80 Madison st
Crummer Nathan, dw 95 n fid en st
Crumford Barney, bark grinder, 134 n Charles st
Crumwell —— sail maker, 271 Ann st
Crumwell Joshua,sail-maker, Corner's wharf, dw 110 Ann st
Cruse Isaac, com. mer. 106 and 107 Smith's wharf
Cruse Isaac, dw 89 Camden st
Cruse George, shoemaker, 227 Bethel st
Cruse William, gardner, 71 Monument st
Cruse Henry S. tobacconist, 53 Mullikin st
Cruse James, wheelwright, Fountain st
Cruse John, keeper of Boston house. Canton
Cruser Isaac, clerk, 215 Hanover st
Cudlipp Benjamin, dyer, 45 Harrison st
Cugle &. Berger, Booksellers, 254 w Baltimore st
Cugle J. W. of firm, dw 134, corner Sharp and Barry sts
Culbertson Elizabeth, huckster, Hampstead hill
Cullen Thomas, tinner, 16 Bond st
Cullen Mary, cupper and leecher, 16 Bond st
Cullen Mrs. Isabella, 87 Wolf st
Cullen Mrs. Mary, 61 Bond st
Culley L. B. ship builder, 20 Great Montgomery st
Culley Robert, ship builder, 26 Great Montgomery st
Cullimore John, ship smith, 145 Ann st
Cullison James, ship carpenter, 8 Argyle alley
Cullison Noah, feed dealer, 77 Penn avenue
Cullison Jesse, farmer, 24 Jasper st
Cullum George, meal dealer, 45 York avenue
Culnan Samuel, comb maker, 6 Somerset st
Culver Mrs. 25 e Lombard st
Culver John, blacksmith, 32 Sterling st
Culverwell William, keeper boarding and alehouse, 312 Bond st
Cumen Nicholas, plumber, 234 Light st
Cum Michael, laborer, 29 Cross st
Cummings Mrs. Margaret, 138 Fremont st
Cummings Alexander, weaver, 119 Perry st
Cummings Alexander, stone cutter, 229 Mulberry st
Cummings Mrs. Ann, boarding house, Guilford st. near South
Cummings Samuel, grocer, 18 President st
Cummings Augustus, carpenter, 94 n Exeter st
Cummings Mrs, Margaret, 80 Ann st
Cunningham N. grocer, 89 Dugan's wharf
Cunningham James, laborer, 40 Mullikin st

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