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Mass Samuel, hardware merchant, 125 Franklin
Mass Samuel, jr. cedar cooper, 59 Paca
Massensell M. laborer, s extremity Light
Masey Charles, oyster dealer, 165 n Exeter
MASSEY DR. WM. R. 123 w Fayette
Massicott Catherine E. 52 Alberaarle
Massicott Wm. currier, Pratt st e of Broadway
Masson Thomas E. carpenter, 31 Caroline
Masson Thomas, laborer, 152Fremont
Masston Lincoln, china & glass dealer, 41 n Eutaw
Masterman Charles A. baker 214 n Exeter
Masters Joseph, daguerrian artist, 147 Lexington
Masters Mary Ann, 138 w Canal
Masterson Charles, sail cloth weaver, 17 Penn. av
Masterson Mary, 21 Biddle st
Maston Capt. Thomas, 73 Granby
Matchett James, mariner, 335 s Charles
Matchett Joseph, seaman, 113 McElderry's wharf
MATCHETT RICHARD J. book and job printer
and publisher of Baltimore Director, 73 Exchange
place, dw 48 Albemarle
Matcheit Thomas, carpenter, 240 German
Mat felt Fredk carpenter, 101 Vine
Mathaney Jas. of custom house, Lombard w Wolf
Mat hers James, merchant tailor, 116 German
MATHIOT AUGUSTUS, proprietor Gay st chair
and cabinet warerooms, 20 n Gay, dw 27
Matthiot Aug. G. 53 e Fayette
Mathiot Elizabeth, 82 s High
Mathiot John B. chair maker, 23 Albemarle
Mathsion John, harness matter, 41 Harrison, dw
196 e Fayette
Mathtes George, shoemaker, 11 Pine
Matkins Levin, laborer, 10 Gitiings
Matlack Rachel C. 7 Lexington
Matson John, chandler, 117 n Spring
Matson Joseph, grocer, 19 McElderry
Mattey Wm. boat and shoe maker, 153 Canton av
Mattfeldt Charles, watch and jewetry dealer, 459
Baltimore st
Matthaei Heary F. grocer, 96 Block
Matthews Alfred C. N. auctioneer and commission
merchant, 26 s Charles, dw 96 e Balt
Matthews Ann. 23 s Caroline
Matthews Charles, rolling mill, 39 Block
Matthews Christian, blacksmith. Penn, av extended
Matthews George H. carpenter. 313 w Fayette
Matthews Harriet, dress maker, 234 n Howard
Matthews Isaac, box maker, 15 Grant, dw 372 w
Matthews Isaac, huckster, 17 George
Matthews James E. shoemaker, 25 Pearl

Matthews James E. shoemaker, 311 Franklin
Matthews John, 234 Madison
Matthews John E. ladies shoemaker, 169 e Madison
Matthews Jos. D. firm Slothower, Matthews & Co.
77 Franklin
Matthews Joseph, dry goods merchant, 77 Franklin.
Matthews Joshua, vinegar maker, 107 McElderry's
whf. dw 125 n Exeter
Matthews Larra, laborer, 23 French
Matthews Mary Ann, dress maker, 5 New
Matthews Thomas H. stove maker, 31 G. Hughes
Matthews Thos. H. firm Gelston & M. 79 St. Paul
Matthews Thomas, pedlar, 14 Union
Matthews Thomas J. millwright, Stiles w L. Gough
MATTHEWS THOMAS R. & SON, commission
merchants and agents for Boston Packets, 10
Bowley's whf. dw T. R. M . 215 n Howard. See
MATTHEWS THOMAS & SON, lumber mer-
chants, cor Albemarle st & Canton av. dw T. M.
100 n High near Low
Matthews Thomas J. millwright, n of Canton av in.
Albetnarle st
Mauhias John A. dry goods mt. 119 Lexington
Mattin George, laborer, 139 e Spring
Mattingly Mrs. Jane B. milliner, 30 e Baltimore
Mattingly John, regulator Balt & Ohio R. R. 49
Mattingly John. 74 Montgomery
Mattison Capt. John J. Eden near Pratt
Matz John Adam, tailor, 60 Somerset
Matz L. Eutaw s of West
Maudrich Henry, dry goods dealers, 238 s Charles
Mauffer Loren, 76 Jasper
Maughlin Wm.W. carpenter, firm Lapouraille &
M. dw 21 Aisquith
Maul Eleanor, dress & habit maker, 351 n Howard
Maul John, brass worker, 6 Swan
Maulsby D. L. firm M.& Stansbury, dw 113 n High
Maulsbury & Stansbury, wholesale and retail gro-
cers, North st opp. R. R. depot, & 113 n High
MAUND DR. F. 687 Balt dw 314 Lexington
MAUND GEORGE, C. attorney, 13 law buildings
Maund Mrs. M. 318 Lexingion
Maurer, Adolph 24 hand furn. dealer, 28 Harrison
Maurer Frederick H. wire railing worker, 44 Penn
Maurer John H. conf. 104 n Howard
Maurer Paul, 206 Mulberry,
Maurice Jago D. teacher languages and mathe-
matics, 9 Barnet
Maury Adam, joiner, 27 Stirling
Maus Philip, shoemaker, 59 Albemarle


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