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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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Dittman William, clerk, 142 Madison st
Ditzell M. boot and shoemaker, 73 Eastern avenue
Diven Edward R. carpenter, 782 w Baltimore st
Diven John, carter, 140 Hollins, st
Divens Thomas, 297 n Howard st
Divie F. 20 s Front st
Divin Elias, carter, 20 Booth st
Divine James, furniture dealer, 23 Harrison st
Divine Peter, potter, 138 Hollins st
Dixon C. 12 Union st
Dixon Robert, carpenter, 175 s Paca st
Dixon & Hopkins, carpenters, 29 s Eutaw st
Dixon Preston, huckster, 75 Hill st
Dixon John, brickmaker, 309 Light st
Dixon James B. 124 s High st
Dixon Martha, milliner, 190 Broadway
Dixon James, bonnet presser, 190 Broaday
Doan Mrs. J. D. prop, "commercial hotel," 2 e Pratt st
Doane Miss Julia, 97 n Charles st
Dobbin Robert A. firm Dobbin, Murphy and Bose, of "Ameri-
can," dw 60 e Baltimore st
Dobbin George W. attorney at law, 42 St Paul st
Dobbins John, captain of night watch, southern district dw 172
Hanover st
Dobbins Wm. carpenter, 95 York st
Dobbins James, Clinton st. n of Boston
Doberer John, tavern keeper, 199 Louisiana st
Dobler F. & C. druggists, 101 Franklin st
Dobler Mrs. Maria, 154 French st
Dobler A. C. dry goods dealer, 159 e Baltimore st
Docwra Mrs. Frances, 76 Mulberry st
Dodge David, 13 Penn st
Dodge George R. paints, oils, glass, &c. dealer, 42 Baltimore st.
dw 248 Biddle st
Dodge D. clerk, 12 Penn st
Dodge &, Brown, house, sign, and fancy painters, 18 e Fayette st
Dodge Levin, shoemaker, 68 Granby st
Dods Mrs. Mary, 19 Union st
Dodson Samuel, grocer, 197 German st
Doged Martin, proprietor carts, 198 e Fayette st
Doize Henry, hardware merch. 27 Light st. dw 62 George st
Dolan Mrs. Bridget, 158 n Front st;
Dolan John, grocer, 64 York avenue
Dolan Thomas, blacksmith, 9 Mercer st
Dolan Jno. 129 s Sharp st
Dolan Rev. James, pastor of St Patrick's church, 122 Broadway
Doleman William, wood dealer, 21 Bethel st
Doles Henry, tailor, 140 n Caroline st
Dolfeld Frederick, cooper, 333 Bond st
Dolphin Francis, pork and beef inspector, 193 Mulberry st
Domite Charles, tailor, 183 e Fayelte st
Dommier Thomas, tailor, 99 Pierce st
Don George, blacksmith, 31 York avenue
Donagau Edward, grocer, 174 s Caroline st
Donahoo D. painter, 37 Camden st
Donahoo James, ship joiner, cor. Eastern avenue and Wolfe st

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