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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1853-54
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Francis Thomas, huckster, Eager s York road
Francis Thomas, baker, s e cor Gough. and Ann
Francisco Peter, laborer. 48 Philpot
Franciscowich Lud. confectioner, 52 Park
Franck George, firm McClellan & F. 221-2 w Fay-
Frank Austin, proprietor livery stables, 24 Con way,
dw 26
Frank Benj. huckster, n w cor Stirling and Eager
Frank Charles L, grocer, 235 s Charles
Frank Charles, grocer, Canal st s of Bank
Frank David, grocer, 215 Bond
Frank Entres, baker, 178 Stirling
Frank Fredk. shoemaker, 22 Fawn
Frank Fredk. tinner, 72 n Spring
Frank Fredk W. grocer, n w cor Dallas & Lombard
Frank George, live stock dealer, 226 1-2 w Fayette
Frank George, tailor, Regester st. e of Balt.
Frank George C. tobacconist, 89 Biddle
Frank George, cabinet maker, Hamburg e Johnson
Frank Henry, shoemaker, 189 n Gay
Frank Henry, well digger, 99 Spring
Frank Honest, machinist, Portland w of Emory
Frank Jacob, laborer, Canton av e Caroline st
Frank John G. baker, 117 William
Frank John, clerk, 283 Light
Frank John, laborer, 270 Alice Anna
Frank John P. machinist, Cathedral between Tyson
and Howard
Frank John, carpenter, 27 s Gay
Frank Joseph, laborer, s extremity Sharp st
Frank Lawrence, tailor, Eager st w of Canal
Frank L. & A. wholesale and retail clothiers, 20
Centre Market
Frank Lewis, clothier, 161 w Forrest
Frank Lewis, grocer, 63 n Eden
Frank Michael, grocer, 193 Ensor
Frank Moses, pedlar, 77 s Spring
Frank Nathan, dealer, 32 Holland
Frank N. tailor, 84 C. Market
Frank Oshal, clothier, 33 w Lombard
Frank S. grocer, 238 Alice Anna
Frank Simon, dry goods dealer, 12 Centre Market
Frank & Walter clothiers, 92 w Pratt
Frank Wm, 223 Ann
Frank Wm. cabinet maker, Bond st n of Gough
Frank Wm. baker, 211 Wolf
Frank Wm. baker, 38 Thames
Frankel Jacob, boot & shoemaker, 62 1-2 C. Market
dw Lombard
Frankenheimer Philip, clothier, 236s Broadway
Frankinburg George, butcher, canal st s of Bank

Franklin Bank, 13 North
Franklin Benjamin, carpenter, 34 German
Franklin George, paper box maker, 31 Harrison
Franklin Hall, (Newton University,) Edward Smith
principal, 28 n Exeter
Franklin Health Insurance Co. office 126 Baltimore
Franklin Henry, plasterer, 5 French
Franklin Isaac, pedlar, Lombard e of Canal
Franklin Joseph & Bro. tobacconists, 304 1-2 Pratt
Franklin Joshua D. tobacconist, 304 1-2 w Pratt
Franklin Capt. Samuel, ship master, 203 Ana
Franklin Samuel, bricklayer, 202 Wolf
Franklin Samuel, engineer, Washington sts of Bal-
Franklin Wm. engineer, 133 Hollins
Franks Henry, laborer, Regester st s of Fleet
Frantom Howard, oyster dealer, 267 Broadway
Franz Charles, tailor, 55 n Gay
Frang Frederick, grocer, 87 Bank
Fray Samuel, laborer, Clinton st Cantoa
Frasier Walter, watchman, 117Albemarle
FRAZIER & ATKINSON, engineers, &c. 153
Frazier Dl. Clinton st Canton
Frazier Edwd. H. machinist, Washington s Gough
Frazier Elisha, blacksmith, 468 w Lombard
Frazier James, 38 Lee
Frazier Capt. James, sen. mariner, 210 Canton, ar
Frazier James F. carpenter, 108 Orleans
Frazier John, painter, 18 Clay
Frazier John, keeper of "This is the house that Jack
built," 2d hand iron store, n w cor Howard and
Frazier John, carter, st. between Ramsay and Mc-
Henry running w from Poppleton
Frazier John, rope maker, Gough st. e of Castle al
Frazier Capt. John W. Gough ste Broadway
Frazier Joseph B. turner, 257 Bond
Frazier Miss's seminary, 91 Camden
Frazier Priscilla, tailoress, 27 Brune
Frazier Samuel R. clerk, 214 Aisquith
Frazier Walter, watchman, 117 Albemarle
Frazier Wm. guard at penitentiary, 38 McElderry
Frazier Wm.R. erocer, 223 w Pratt
Fread Louis, clothier and shoe dealer, 40 C. Market
Fready Henry, 371 Light
Freaner —— , firm Baylor, Umbaugh & Freaner,
Fountain Inn
Freburger James, bricklayer, 370 Lexmgton
Fred Michl. laborer, Pennsylvania, av extended
Frederick Christr. blacksmith, 108 Penn av
Frederick Christr. tailor, 193 s Bond


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