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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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Cannon John B. (C. & Matthews,) 108 w"
CANNON & MATTHEWS, auctioneers
and com. merchts. 42 and 44 s Charles
Cannon Mary, 65 Somerset
Cannon Martha, 83 Ensor
Cannon Wm. huckster, 7 Thompson
Cannon Wm. M. pr. Cannon's bitters, 168
s Greene
Cannon Wm. H. carpenter, 23 Wayne, dw
119 Bar re
Cannoles Chas. fur. wagon, 48 Preston
Canoles Chas. coachmaker, 154 e Madison
Canoles Wm. hackman, 278 Aisquith
Canon Capt. Thomas, 129 Mulberry
Canox Joseph, dealer in leather and garden
seeds, 189 Lexington
Canzlar Christian, 102 Gough
Patuxent & Boston-sts. Wm. Dean, treas.
Canton Distillery, Clinton, s of Boston, pro-
prietors Bryan, Maitland & Co., office, 85
.Cantville Thos. J. mariner, 87 Warner
Cantwell John, watchman, 59 s Bond
Cape John C. grocer, 193 n High
Cape Michael, lumberwa?. 60 s Bethel
Caples Wm. shoemaker, 71 n Eutaw, dw 123
Capito Frederick J. watchman, 216 Mont-
Capito Mrs. Elizabeth, 246 w Fayette
Cappeau Misses Cecilia and Frances, mil-
liners, 121 Lexington
Cappeau Jos. jr. bookkeeper, 513 w Fayette
Capprise Jos. shipwright, 54 s Washington
CAPRON & GWYN, com. merchants, 71
Capron R. J. (C. & Gwyn,) 86 n Charles
Carback David, laborer, 100 Jefferson
Carback Elisha, shoedealer, 165 Lexington,
dw 250 w Madison
Carback Elisha, painter, 160 Bank
Carback John, fur. wagoner, 100 n Caroline
Carback Mary, 11 Abbot
Carback Wm". police officer, 203 n Canal
Carbery John, laborer, 33 Haw
Carcaud Gilbert, grocery, 206 Mulberry
Care Robt. laborer, 573 w Lombard
Carey Chas. omnibus driver, 44 Cider al
Carey Edward, laborer, Sharp near Ostend
Carey Elizabeth, 51 Marion
Carey Francis, carter, 157 s Eden
Carey George, agent Franklin In. Co. of
Philadelphia 1 North, dw 123 Park
CAREY, HOWE & CO. whol. dealers in
boots and shoes, 266 w Baltimore
Carey Henry, porter, 22 s Eutaw
Carey Henry, of Gilmor House, 19 Pearl
Carey Jas. (C. Howe & Co.) Franklin road
Carey John, carpenter, 481 Lexington
Carey Martin, omnibus driver, 183 e Fayette
Carey Mary, Gough near Castle al
Carey Patrick, laborer, 214 Vine
Carey Patrick, laborer, 27 Rose
Carey Patrick, blacksmith, 89 Preston
Carey Thos. J. house carpenter, 167 Gough
Carey William, laborer, 216 Vine
Carey Wm. drayman, Foster near Biddle
Carff John, tailor, 233 Lemmon

Carhoff Chas. milk and butter depot, 65 Or-
Carick Thos. machinist, 189 Conway
CARISS SAMSON & CO. look, glass and
picture store, 140 w Baltimore, dw S. C.
60 w Fayette
Carl Joseph, magistrate, 47 n Eutaw, dw
Biddle near Tessier
Carl Louis, con. B. & O.R.R. 157 Sarah Ann
Carian James, ironmoulder, 13 Constitution
Carle Ann, 5 Camden lane
Carle Henry, shoemaker, 441 Saratoga
Carlin Francis, 17 n Exeter
Carlin Thomas, Locust Point
Carless Michael, 22 Fawn
Carlile Ann. 1 s Greene
Carling Michael, tavern, 63 Penn. av
Carlisle Amos, wheelwright. 68 n Poppleton
Carlisle James H. col. & agent, 32 Aisquith
Carlisle Wm. H. stonecutter, 32 Aisquith
Carlisle U. C. 68 n Greene
Carlow Arthur, shipcarpenter, 61 Durham
CARMAN GEO. H. notary public, 2 North
Carman Joseph, shoemaker, 64 Henrietta
Carman Jacob, distiller, Saratoga, dw 13
Carman Richard, 53 e Lombard
Carman Robert, carter, 78 s Republican
Carman Sarah, 88 n Greene
Carmelite Female Academy and Convent
68 Aisquith
Carmichael William, clerk, 44 Barre
Carmichael Wm. carpenter, 445 w Fayette
Carmine Mrs. Ann, 119 Chew
Carmine Ann, 340 e Monument
Carmine James, tinner, 34 McEldsrry
Carmine Joseph M. plasterer, 174 n Eden
Carmine Mary Jane, 167 Chesnut
Carmine Samuel locksmith, rear 55 s
Carmine Thomas J. painter, 105 Granby
Carnahan Rev. Daniel T. 135 Aisquith
Carnar Johnson, machinist; 13Stirling
Carnell George, machinist, 165 Lee
Carner A. S. tailor, 165 German
Carnes Ann, 443 w Lombard
Carnes John, jr. clerk, 27 Holland
Carnes Mary, 48 n Eden
Carnes Robert, engineer, 70 Preston
Carnes Susan, dressmaker, 48 n Eden
Carney Nicholas, laborer, 3 Mount
Carns'Wm. plasterer, 19 Brune
Carolin Matthew, clerk, 5 Dover
Caroline Methodist Episcopal Church, Ca-
roline, between Baltimore and Lombard
Carpenter Rebecca, 113 Hill
Carpenter Samuel, huckster, 121 Penn. av
Carpenter Wm. clerk 138 e Monument
Carpenter Wm. (McJilton, Wills & Co.)
Baltimore co.
Carr Amanda M. grocer, cor Park and
Carr Benjamin, blacksmith, 178 Ramsey
Carr Eleanor, 172 n Eden
Carr Edward, 146 Hughes
Carr Elex, laborer, 6 Decker
Carr E. N. & Co lottery & exchange brok-
ers, 145 w Pratt, dw E. N. C. 58 n Exeter
Carr Frances M. 1?2 n Eden
Carr Francis, laborer, 73 Castle al

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