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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1853-54
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Hall George S. ship, merchant, Exchange buildings,
dw 49 Mulberry
Hall George, shoemaker, Chew st e of Ensor
Hall George H. cedar cooper, Cider al w of Paca st
Hall Henry W. laborer, Cathedral between Tyson
and Howard
Hall Capt. Henry, mariner, 267 Baltimore
Hall Hester, 68 s Bond
Hall Israel, proprietor butter depot, Hanover st. op-
posite market
Hall James, clerk Bank of Baltimore, 95 e Pratt
Hall James, organ builder, 3 s Eutaw, dw 192 Mul-
Hall James, firm Freeland & Hall, 7 w Baltimore
Hall James, fireman, 3 Henrietta
Hall Dr. James, colonization agent, Exchange build-
ings Second st., dw 49 Mulberry
Hall James, B. shoemaker, cor Spring and Chew
Hall John D. ladies' shoemaker, 431 n Gay
Hall John, grocer, 110 n Caroline
Hall John, grocer, 98 Fremont
Hall John, waterman, Hamburg e Johnson
Hall John, of custom house, dw cor High and Low
Hall John, grocer, n w cor Eutaw and Lombard
Hall John, shoemaker, 234 Ann
Hall John H. tailor, Biddle st e of Harford av
Hall John W. proprietor Union Mills for manufac-
turing mustard, chocolate, cocoa &c. E. Falls av
Hall John R. painter, 88 Hill
Hall Jos. shoemaker, 8G Henrietta
Hall Joshua M. clerk on receiving ship, 318 e Balt.
Hall Lewis, laborer, Leadenhall n of Hamburg
HALL & LONEY, general commission merchants,
75 Smith's wharf
Hall Margaret, 48 Ross
Hall Maria, dry goods dealer, 371 Saratoga
Hall Mary, 207 e Fayette
Hall Mary, Greenwillow st
Hall Nathan H. plumber ,and tinplate worker, 38
Hall Nathaniel, spice &c. manufacturer, dw 69 n
Hall Preston, machinist, 166 Tyson
Hall Rev. R. C. 45 Lexington
Hall R. J. 161 w Lombard
Hall Richard H. & Son, commission merchants, 74
Light st wharf, dw 4 McCulloch
Hall Richard H. shoemaker. 68 Ensor
Hall Robert, grocer, 33 Douglass
Hall Robert, merchant tailor, dw 104 High
Hall Samuel, blacksmith, Harford road, n Biddle s
11 Samuel, tailor, 88 n Caroline

Hall Samuel, carpenter, 401-2 G. Hughes
Hall Sarah, n side e Fayette st extended
Hall Sarah B. 592 w Baltimore
Hall Shadrach H. rear 144 Saratoga
Ball Sydney, spinster, 44 George st
Hall Thomas, carter, 6 William
HALL THOMAS W. stock and bill broker, 45
Second st. dw cor Cathedral and Hamilton
Hall Thomas J. dw 86 Sharp
Hall Thomas J. & Co. tobacco and general commis-
sion merchants, over 69 Light st wharf
Hall Washington, jr. attorney at law, 2 Spurrier's
court, Lexington
Hall Wells R. coroner, 191 Broadway
Hall Wm. waterman, Howard st n of Henrietta
Hall Wm. firm H. & Loney, dw 45 Lexington
Hall Wm. burr millstone maker, 14 e Fayette
Hall Wm. T. tailor, Bond s McElderry
Hall Wm. W. clerk, dw 103 Conway
Hall Wm. H. bricklayer, 86 s Howard
Hallameir Joseph, tailor 140 n Caroline
Halle Simon H. tailor, 131 Franklin
Haller Samuel, horse dealer, 449 Baltimore st
Hallers D. grocer, 384 1-2 s Charles
Hallmayer John P. & G. Keech st, cabinet makers,
137 Franklin
Hallon Jacob, pedlar, Lombard e of Canal
Halm Reinhold, professor music, 7 Hamilton
Halpen Thomas, laborer, 5 Canton av
Halter John, tailor, Alice Anna e Wolf
Halton Charles, grocer and feed dealer, n w cor
Bond and Monument
Halwaesh Charles, of Mecb. Bank, cor Calvert and
Halway B. straw cutter, w end Saratoga
Hamachboch Martin, cooper, Eutaw n of Cross
Hamalt John B. coffee roaster, 263 Canton av
Haman James, grocer, 71 Albemarle
Hamblet Friend, shoemaker, 81 u Exeter
Hambleton Caesar, 219 s Eutaw
HAMBLETON & SON, wholesale dry goods deal-
ers, 269 Baltimore
Hambleton Thomas B. sail maker, 4 Bowley's whf.
dw cor High and Trinity
Hambleton Thomas E. merchant, 53 n Eutaw
Hambleton T. E. & J. A. dw Franklin square
Hamblin John, 124 e Fayette
Hamburg Abraham, dry goods dealer, 169 n Gay
Hamburg Andrew, tailor, Eager w of Canal
Hamburg Factory, Hamburg near William, John
Kettlewell proprietor
Hamburg John, shoemaker, 5 n Frederick


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