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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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131 HUS

Hulse James H. steam dyeing establish-
ment, 113 Lexington
Hulse John, dyer, 56 Holiday
Hulse Wm. blacksmith, 2 Bank, dw 58 Stiles
Hulseman Frederick, tavern, Patterson s of
Hulseman George, laborer, 35 Fountain
Hulseman Henry, grocery, 97 Cross
Hulseman Henry, tavern, 276 s Broadway
Hulsener John, laborer, 57 Gough
Hulls Robert, shoemaker, 155 n Eutaw
Hultwise Henry, shoemkr. 193 Eastern av
Hultz Matilda, 254 e Eager
Huhz Wm. P. tobacconist, 90 w Lombard,
dw 163 Aisquith
Hultzhouse Herman, cigar maker, 254 Wil-
Humane Impartial Society's Office, for wid-
ows and orphans, 4 s Gay
Humber George, tailor, 41 Philpot
Hume Wm. cabinet maker, 130 s Howard
Hume Wm. K. miller, John
Humes Samuel, liquor mercht. 150 n High
Humes Thomas, sr. 148 n High
Humf Jacob, laborer, 499 Pennsylvania av
Hummel Aug. shoemaker, 467 w Baltimore
Hummel John, laborer, 209 s Ann
Humphrey Thos. W. livery stables, 34 Lan-
caster, dw n Broadway
HUMPHREYS CHAS, provision dealer,
69 e Pratt
Lovely lane, dw 163 Conway
Humphreys Hugh, Commercial Hall, base-
ment Exchange buildings
Hnmphreys Owen F. tavern, 101 Conway
Humphreys Robert G. tailor, 183 n Dallas
Humphries E.lwin. blacksmith, 71 n Amity
Humrickhausen George, liquor dealer, 21]
sale grocers and com. mis. 20 Commerce
Humrichouse Chas. W. (H. & Bandel) 54
s Spring
Hunbery Julia, clothing store, 109 Low
Hunckel O. (H. & Son) 30 n Greene
Hunckel & Son, lithographers, 34 Second
Hunemyer Wm. tavern, 113 Elliott, Canton
Hunger Chas, shoemaker, 21 n Spring
Hungerford Dr. Wm. S. 158 w Lombard
Hunichen Mary, cor German and Liberty
Hunlein Martin, shoemaker, 69 Perry
Hunnensnoeder —— , laborer, 330 s Bond
Hunney Henry, furnit. wagon. 148 Regester
Hunt Andrew, wheelwright, 5 Leaclenhall
Hunt Ed ward, dealer in second hand goods,
17 Ensor
Hunt Eliza, milliner, 123 Lexington
Hunt Ethelbert, clerk, 418 w Fayette
Hunt Francis, tailor, 405 w Pratt
Hunt Henry A. house carp. 194s Ann
Hunt Dr. Henry S. 204 Eastern av
Hunt James, cooper, 68 n Fremont
Hunt Jesse, president Eutaw Savings Bank,
36 s Eutaw
Hunt Jesse S. clerk, 24 North
Hunt John, rope maker, 389 Harford av
Hunt John W. grocer, 50 e Fayette
Hunt Montgomery, clerk, 165 s Paca
Hunt Prudence, 61 Columbia

Hunt Robert K. carpenter, 65 s Bond
Hunt Sarah A. 79 Washington
Hunt Samuel, carpenter, 527 w Lombard
HUNT SAMUEL, manuf. saddles, bar-
ness, trunks, &c. 202 w Baltimore, dw
253 Saratoga— [See Advertisement.]
Hunt Stephen, blacksmith, 74 n Fremont
Hunt Thomas J. (Todzwer & H.) 79 Wash-
Hunt Thos T. 173 Lee
Hunt Wm. ship carp, e Pratt near Chester
Huntemuller H. 75 Camden
Hunter Alexandria, tavern, 330 s Bond
Hunter Andrew, huckster, 240 Chase
Hunter Ellen, 329 e Baltimore
Hunter Mrs. Ellen, 141 Park
Hunter Henry J. Williamson al
Hunter John F. (Mullmier & H.) 329 Balt.
Hunter John R. brass founder, 4 Humes
Hunter John, carpenter, 35 Aisquith
Hunter John M. carpenter, 363 n Gay
Hunter John S. carpenter, 35 Aisquith
Hunter Joseph, 270 Eastern av
Hunter Dr. Robert, 52 1/2 n Charles
Hunter Robert, watchman, 70 Clay
Hunter Sarah, 167 n Vine
Hunter Samuel, laborer, 308 n Howard
Hunter Samuel, laborer, 291 Cross
Hunter William. Gilmor near Lexington
Hupman John, laborer, 105 Eastern av
Hupp John, brushmaker. Locust Point
Huppman George, piano manufacturer, 28
Hanover, dw 260 w Madison
Huppman John, tailor, 8 Regester
Huppman N. A.(King& H.) 260 w Madison
Huppman Nich. merchant, 232 w Madison
Huppman Valentine, saddler and harness
maker, 31 Centre Market space, dw 79 e
Hurbert James H. policeman, 185 Gough
Hurdle Geo. W. finisher, 6 s Republican
Hurkman Fredk. laborer, 297 Aliceanna
Hurlbut & Bethell, commis, merchants, 20
Bowlv's wharf
Hurlbut Samuel (H. & Bethell) 66 Franklin
Hurley Chas. A. pilot, 357 Franklin
Hurley Edwin, clerk, 119 Camden
Hurley John H. plasterer, 183 e Fayette
Hurley Wm. H. laborer, Mr.Elderry near
Hurst, Berry & Co. importers and dealers
in dry goods, 241 w Baltimore
Hurst Jacob, butcher, 152 Conway
Hurst John ( H., Berry & Co.) Baltimore co.
Hurst T. A. paper hanger, 62 Ross
Hurst Vincent, 62 Ross
Hurst Wm. R. (H., Berry & Co.) 69 Hill
Hurt Christopher, 81 Cross
Hurtt Henry N. hat and cap maker, 224 w
Hurtt James A. tinner, 11 Comet
Hurtt Walter T. halter, 103 e Fayette
Husband John J. architect, 1 North
Husband Joseph, dry goods dealer, 139 1/2 n
Husband Margaret, dealer in dry goods and
trimminss, 125 n Gay
Husband Sarah A. 354 w Fayette
Husgen James, porte monnaie manuf. 166
w Baltimore, dw 51 n Gav

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