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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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71 DUG

Dowling Thos. laborer, 77 s Poppleton
Downing G. F. 121 Conway
Downing Howell, 158 Biddle
Downing Nathl. F. brickl. 396 w Lombard
Downey Edmund, carpenter, 82 McElderry
Downey Ed. laborer, cor Lloyd & Lombard
Downey Edward, (Dorritee & D.) Canal
near Monument
Downey John, dry goods deal. 154 n Eutaw
Downey Mary S. seamstress, 207 n Canal
Downey Wm. grocery, 46 Buren
Downey Wm. furniture wagon, Elbow lane
Downey Wm. plumber, 153 e Lombard
Downey Wm. T. watchman, 149 Dover
Downs Dr. Dion, office Eastern Dispensary,
154 e Baltimore
Downs Harris T. butcher, 69 McElderry
Downs John, 59 w Fayette
Downs Joseph, butcher, Hampstead Hill
Downs Louisa, 111 Ross
Downs Oliver P. butcher, Baltimore e of
Downs Sarah, 333 Franklin
Downs Thaddeus, blacksmith, 175 Lee.
Downs Wm. cellar digger, 48 s Republican
Dows Mary Ann, dress maker, 315 n Gay
Doyle Bridget, 34 Douglas
Doyle Edward, 132 s Howard
Doyle Hugh, laborer, 3 Dover
Doyle Jane, 78 Barre
Doyle Dr. John A. president University of
Maryland, cor Greene and Lombard
Doyle John, tavern, West near Leadenhall
Doyle John, confectioner, 80 Lee
Doyle John, nail maker, 177 Henrietta
Doyle James, blacksmith, 214 Raborg
Doyle James, engineer, 183 Raborg
Doyle John, 18 Abbey al
Doyle John, laborer, 310 Canton av
Doyle John, laborer, 206 Raborg
Doyle Lieut. 147 Hoffman
Doyle Michael, clerk, 78 Barre
Doyle Michael, sawyer, 48 Johnson
Doyle Nathaniel, shoemaker, 89 Bethel
Doyle Patrick, tavern, 11 w Lombard
Doyle Patrick, laborer, 172 Stirling
Doyle Patrick, laborer, Castle al s of Eas-
tern av
Doyle Peter, liquor store, 45s Charles
Doyle Thomas, mason, 61 East
Doyle Thomas G. bookseller, 302 n Gay
Doyle Thomas, laborer, 42 Cross
Doyle Thomas, carter, 62 s Oregon
Doyle Wm. grocery, 42 Park
Doyle Wm. carp. Ogston near Franklin
Doyle Wm. laborer, 3 Camden lane
Drager Theodore, blks. 52 Henrietta
Drake Matthew, blks. 54 Dover, dw 152 s

DRAKELY & FENTON, wh. prod. com.
mts. 387 w Baltimore
Drakely Henry W. (D. & Fenton,) 291 w
Drane Hugh, laborer, 26 Biddle al
Drane John, grocer, 77 Hampstead
Drane James, grocery, 9 Mercer
Draper Garrison, tobacconist, 162 Forrest
Drebert Capt. Francis, 153 Mulberry
Drecht Michael, carp. 69 Somerset
Dreil Henry, cooper, 67 Perry

Dreisch Joseph, porter, 15 New Church
Dresel Werner, (F.L. Biauns & Co.) 65
St. Paul
Dressel Eliza, grocery, 93 Cross
Dressel John G. baker, 172 e Madison
Dressel John J. baker, 200 Eastern av
Drew Capt. Joseph, 7 Broadway
Drew Mary H. 44 n Eden
Drew Michael, laborer, 141 Albemarle
Drews Florence, laborer, 65 s Howard
Drews Pauline, milliner, 65s Howard
Drews Mary, dress maker, 65 s Howard
Drexler John, milkman, Republican
Dreyer Ernst, fresco painter 175 w Fayette
[See Advertisement.]
Dreyer John, carpenter, 88 n Spring
Driggs Olonzo, 480 w Lombard
Drink George, carter, Clinton, n of Boston,
Driscol Mary, tavern, Fort av
Driscoll Capt. Cornel. F. 97 s Eden
Driscoll D. C. var. store, 97 1/2 w Baltimore
Driscoll Dennis, laborer, 10 French
Driscoll Richard J. tailor, 14 s Liberty
Driver William, carter, 293 Columbia
Drogler Frederick, blacksmith, 44 Lemmon
Drohan Thomas, shoemaker, 63 Center
Drohiser John, tailor, 289 n Canal
Droney Martin, tailor, 83 York
Droner Peter, laborer, 38 Mulberry
Drost G. A. (Lewis, D & Co.) 197 w Lom-
Droste John H. blacksmith, 193 Hanover,
dw 78 Hill
Drought George, wheelwright, 462 n Gay
Drum Sarah Ann, 250 e Pratt
Drummer John, tailor, 149 Durham
Drummit Sebas, laborer, 30 Hamburg
Drummond Levin J. watchmaker and jew-
eler, 31 w Pratt, dw 15s Exeter
Drummond Robert, spinner, 99 Stirling
Drumstick Henry, laborer, 164 Eastern av
Drury Chas. H. agl. implement maker, 96
Light st wharf, dw 146 Sharp
Drury Charles H. agricultural implement
man., 204 Howard, dw 146 Sharp
Drury Wm. rigger, 309 Eastern av
Dryden Alex. huckster, 64 Clay
Dryden Chas. H. hatter, 227 e Baltimore
Dryden John H. pianomaker, 66 s Charles,
dw 102s Howard
Dryden John jr. pianomaker, 102 s Howard
Dryden Joshua, brickm'r, 245 w Lombard
Dryden Joshua, 66 n Greene
Drvden Robert H. ladies' shoemaker, 257 n
Dryden Robert H. apoth. and chemist, cor.
Lombard and Hanover
Dryden Robert W. dry goods dealer, 89 and
91 w Baltimore, dw 68 e Pratt
Dryden Samuel, shoemaker, s e cor Bait,
and Liberty, dw 11 s Eutaw
Dryer Frederick, boxmaker, 49 McHenry
Dryer Wm. shoemaker, 178 s Broadway
Dubouy Peter, laborer, 178 Burgundy al
Dubrebil Tristide, 228 n Caroline
Dubrei John, carpenter, 72 Chew
Ducatel Hyppolite G. tobacconist, 60 w Balt.
dw 70 e Fayette
Ducatel Joanna, 170 w Lombard

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