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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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Phillips Chas. lastmaker, 411 w Pratt
Phillips Chas. smith in general, 73 n Front
Phillips Clark, blacksmith, 222 Preston
Phillips Daniel L. hack prop. 177 Chesnut
Phillips Edward, clerk, cor Garden and
Phillips Ellen, 102 Cathedral
Phillips George W. laborer, 98 Chester
Phillips Geo. turner, Eden near Monument
Phillips Greenbury, of tobacco warehouse,
15 Lloyd
Phillips Hugh, shoemaker, 193 Chesnut
Phillips J. Monroe, teacher, 33 n Gay
Phillips Isaac, ship carpenter, 3 Hillen
Phillips Israel, prompter Holiday Street
Theatre, 51 Hillen
Phillips James T. grocer, 145 e Monument
Phillips James, currier, 203 Chesnut
Phillips Jane, nurse, 1 Paca place
Phillips John, book-keeper, 306 w Franklin
Phillips John E. (Sears & P.) MaltbyHouse
Phillips John, laborer, 180 s Caroline
Phillips John, bricklayer, 20 Columbia
Phillips John, porter, 159 Ensor
Phillips Capt. John A. 49 Stiles
Phillips John, copper smeller, Copper Fac-
tory Row, Canton
Phillips John, ship carpent. 11 Washington
Phillips Lainhan, ship carp. 187 Regester
s e cor Pratt and Paca, dw 164 w Lomb'd
Phillips Margaret, 150 Columbia
Phillips Matilda, tavern, 112 Sarah Ann
Phillips Paul, 32 Somerset
Phillips Peter, trunnel borer, 348 Canton av
Phillips Rev. John H. 88 Barre
Phillips Richd. S. ship carp. 295 Canton av
Phillips Samuel, blacksmith, 483 w Lomb'd
Phillips Capt. Samuel, mariner, 154 Light
PHILLIPS SAMUEL & CO. general com.
and shipping merchts. and agents Provi-
dence packets, 95 South, dw S. P. 257 w
Phillips Solomon H. brickmaker, 271 w
Phillips Thomas, locksmith and bellhanger,
127 Saratoga
Phillips Thos. H. boatman, 63 Regester
Phillips Thos. ship carp, 111 s Ann
Phillips Thos. 82 McCulloh
Phillips Thos. rigger, 111 s Ann
Phillips Wm. B. sweep master, 35 Caroline
Phillips Wm. B. ship joiner, 211 n Eden
Philomathean Hall, 71 Lexington
Philpot Robert, laborer, s of Boston, Canton
Philpot Wm. grocer, 572 Baltimore
Phipps Ann, seamstress, 23 New
Phipps Frederick A. agt. Cumberland Coal
and Iron Co. office South
Phipps Nelson, 61 Block
Phipps Wm. clerk, 159 n Fremont
Phoebus Edwd. coffee roaster, 352 s Eutaw
agent, 44 Holiday
Phumprey Greenberry, driyer wagon, 11
Phyfer Benjamin, tobacconist, 149 s Eutaw
Picciuli G. professor music, 134 w Madison
Pick Chas. F. umbrellamaker, 67 n Gay

Picker John, carpenter, 282 Penn. av
Pickering John, ship carpenter, 169 Bank
Pickering Mary, 214 s Wolfe
Pickering Mary, cor Camden lane & Dover
Pickering Wm. shoemaker, 232 Lexington
Pickerton Joseph, clerk, 12 s Exeter
Picket John, shoemaker, 17 Abbot
Picket O. H. carpenter, 49 s Schroeder
Pickett Sarah, tailoress, 10 Booth
Pickett Capt. Jerome, mariner, 98 Gough
Pickett John H. sandpaper maker, 165 Ross
PICKRELL JOHN F. shipping and com.
mercht. over 18 Second, dw 19 McCulloh
Pie August, glass blower, 12 Lancaster
Pick Dr. Charles Henry, 16 n Eden
Pierce Ephraim, carpenter, 9 s Schroeder
Pierce Eveline, boarding house 352 n Gay
Pierce Daniel, teacher, 201 Hanover
Pierce George, huckster, 20G h Eden
Pierce Isabella, 133 n High
Pierce Jas. harnessmaker, 6 Willow
Pierce John, carpenter, 156 n Spring
Pierce Joseph, 636 w Baltimore
Pierce Lydia, 420 Harford av
Pierce Nathaniel, 45 Mount Vernon place
Pierce & Schoolfield, oyster packers,Hamp-
stead e of Bond
Pierce Stephen A. (P. & Schoolfield,) 256
e Baltimore
Pierce Wm. H. sweep master, 85 n Caroline
Piercy Jacob, grocer, 36 Harford av
Piercy John, coach trimmer, 84 Harford av
Pierpont John, cooper, 9 Schroeder
Pierson Albert, shoemaker, 184 Montgom'y
Pierson Jos. police officer, 86 Harford av
Pierson Capt. Sol. 56 Hamburg
Pierson Thos. tailor, 41 Hampstead
Piet John B. (John Murphy & Co.) 100 Park
Pietsch Otto, watchmaker, 171 Franklin
Pifer Philip, tavern, 14 Tyson
Pifferling Seligman, dry goods dealer, 186 e
Piggot Dr. A. Snowden, 117 s Broadway
Piggot Edward, laborer, 78 Carlton
Pigman Mrs. 186 Franklin
Pike Henry, 66 Saratoga
Pike Martin, carpenter, 175 Henrietta
Pilker Wm. laborer, 89 Mount
Pilkington Geo. machinist, 275 Aisquith
Pilkington & Schaeffer, tin and sheet iron
workers, 114 n Gay
Pilkington Wm. (P. & Schaeffer,) 162 n
Pillman John, laborer, 343 Franklin
Pilots' Association, 49 Thames, up stairs
Pilson Samuel, bridge builder, 195 n Canal
Pilt Hellena, grocery, 72 s Premont
Pindell Adi, 197 n Canal
Pindell Edward A. (P. & Howell,) 105 w
Pindell & Howell, daguerreotypists, 105 w
Pindell James P. wood dealer, 126 Dugan's
whf.dw 58 Gough
Pindell Lewis, sexton Methodist Burial
Ground, 292 n Gay
Pindell Richard P collector, 400 n Gay
Pindell Sarah, McElderry near Broadway
Pindell Thomas, wood dealer, 31 s Bond
Pinder James, shoemaker, 21 Chew

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