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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1853-54
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Clark Zacbariah, pilot, 128 Broadway
Clarke Ann E. board tog house, 7 s Oregon
CLARKE ASHUR, proprietor young ladies' acade-
my, adjoining Alheneum, Saratoga st
Clafke Bernard, of firm C. & Brown, dw Fayette
near Aisquith
Clarke & Brown, carpenters. 17 Pleasant
Clarke Eleanor Ann. 255 n Howard
CLARKE GEORGE & CO. grocers and commis-
sion merchants, 143 McElderry's wharf, dw G.
C. 35 s Eutaw
Clarke Henry, commission merchant, 67 s Gay, dw
8 Barnet
Clarke John A. boarding house, 6w Fayette
Clarke Joseph H. professor of languages, cor Bar-
net and Charles, dw 20 Mulberry
Clarke Patrick, milk and butler dealer, 87 Lexing-
ton st
Clarke Peter, confectioner, between Cross and Cove
w of Eutaw
Clarke Philip, laborer, 93 Mulberry
Clarke Phoebe D. 50 Biddle
Clarke Doctor Sydenham R. city physician, 141
Clarke Thomas, contractor, s e cor Raborg and Cal-
houn sts
Clarke Thomas, laborer, 144 Holliday
CLARKE REV. WM. FRANCIS, Barre st e of
Clarke Wm. firm McDougall & C. dw 103 e Pratt
Clarkson George, chair maker, 46 Orleans
Clarkson Joseph, machinist 105 1-2 n Front, dw 101
Clary Aaron, carpenter, 405 n Gay
Clary Edward, grocer, Clinton st Canton
Clasey George, machinist, 7 extremity of Sharp, dw
20 Lee
Classen Harman, grocer, 143 s Sharp, dw 151 Sharp
Claughly Wm. watchman, 23 Granby
Clautice Ann, dry goods dealer, 105 Pennsylvania av
Clantice Francis, huckster, 252'York av
Clautice George, wheelwright and blacksmith, shop
no 5, dw 143 Pennsylvania av
Clautice John, proprietor 66th ward Democratic hall
37 Ensor
Clantice John, wheelwright, 17 Harford nv
Clautice Joseph, custom house watchman, 145 e
Clautice Peter, blacksmith, 104 s Paca
Clautice Wm. coach maker, 242 Biddle
Clavell Edward, mariner, Washington s of Pratt
Claybrink Charles, laborer, 26 Lancaster

Clay George, fireman Baltimore and Ohio railroad,
20 Hollins market
Clayland Samuel R. horse dealer, 578 w Baltimore
Claymyer Henry, 79 n Schroder
Claypole Capt. John, 226 Aisquith
Claypole Septimus, chair maker, 20 Stirling
Claypoole Hannah, boarding house, 74 Lexington
Claypoole James, book keeper, 74 Lexington
Claypoole James, paper hanger, 18 Watson
Clayton Joshua, mariner, Eden al nr McElderry st
Clayton Samuel, 53 Conway
Clazey George, agricultural machinist, 192 Light
Cleary John, shoemaker, 50 Harrison
Clellan Margaret, tavern, 6 Badderston
CLEMENS A. D. dealer in hardware, n w cor
Baltimore and Poppleton w Saratoga, Beach Hill
Clemens Benedict, cigar maker, 3 s Canal
Clemens John D. cooper, 173 n Canal
Clemens John T. cabinet maker, 136 Aisquith
Clemens Julia, Regester st s of Fleet
Clement Capt. John, 172 Canton av
Clements James B. cigar maker, Oregon n Lombard
Clements John W. painter, 105 Pearl
Clemm Peter S. carpenter, 162 Franklin, shop n e
cor Ross and Eutaw
Clemm Wm. A. clerk, 187 n Eden
Clemmens Seth, looking glass worker, 142 Hillen
Clemmons Aug. D. hardware dealer, n w cor Pop-
pleton and Baltimore
Clemmons John, shoemaker. Elizabeth al (so called)
from Cross to West e of Charles
Clemmons Wm. cabinet maker, 1 George
Clemons John R. tobacconist, 12 Pennsylvania av
Clemney Jane, dairy, 25 Ensor
Clemson Wm. mate, 270 Canton av
Clendinen Dr. Alexander, cor Baltimore and Exeter
Clendinen Arthur A. miller, 57 Jefferson
Clendinen Joseph, porter, 15 s Bond
Clendinen Mary A. miliner, 110 Lexington
Clendinen Dr. W. H. office s e cor Eutaw and
Clennahan John, 67 Hill
Cleveland & Coleman, shipsmiths, s w cor Block
and Point
Cleveland Joseph S. firm Coleman & C. 63 Ann
Cleveland Sylvester, clerk, 170 n Exeter
Clever Wm. tobacconist, 96 s Charles
Click Michael, paver, 72 n Spring
Cliffe Henry, clerk, 169 Hanover
CLIFFE ROBERT W. proprietor city coal yard,
cor E. Falls av and Eastern av. office 189 Balti-
more dw 116 Sharp. See card


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