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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1853-54
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Cook Thomas, shoemaker, Monument e of Eden.
Cook Wm. H. boiler maker, 288 s Charles
Cook Wm. blacksmith, 267 s Charles
Cook Wm. huckster, 232 s Bond
Cooke Henry W. cashier of Adams & Co.'s express,
dw 176 Sharp
Cooke James, clerk, Chase near Decker
Cooke John, 213 Madison
Cooke John, cotton factory, bet Preston and Gar-
den, dw opposite
Cooke Mrs. Mary, 26 Fawn
Cooke Wm. & Sons, commission merchts. 75 Light
st whf. dw 50 Franklin
Cooke Wm. laborer, 61 Centre market
Cookhorn Gilbert, carpenter, 273 n Howard
Cooksey Mary G. 254 e Baltimore
ooksey Capt. Wm. mariner, Washington sr n of
Alice Anna
Cooley Wm. oyster dealer, 45 Centre market
Coolhoon Benj. C. clerk Bank of Baltimore, 326 w
Coombs Moses S. painter, 139 Canton av
Coon Adam, stone mason, 43 Biddle al
Coon Francis, blacksmith, 8 Jackson ct
Coon Joseph, mason, 161 Tyson
COONAN DANIEL, manufacturer and dealer in
clothing, 70, 72 Centre Market and 113 1/2 w Pratt.
See card
Coonan Michael, blacksmith, dw 60 Lancaster
Coonan Patrick F. clothier, 72 Centre market
Coonan Philip, laborer, 3 Liberty al
Cooney Christopher, grocer, 148 e Fayette
Cooney James, cooper, 128 Thames
Cooney Lawrence, grocer 13 Poppleton
Cooney Michael, o.stler, 30 New Church
Comnon Michael, blacksmith, Lancaster w of Ann
Cooney Patrick, laborer, 502 w Pratt
Coop Ferdinand, tavern keeper, 2 G Hughes
Cooper Alexander, apothecary and druggist, n e
cor Canal and Chew
Cooper & Butler, ship builders. Philpot st
Cooper Charles, grocer, 311 Eastern av
Cooper Christopher, mariner, 119 Lancaster
Cooper Dill, s extremity of Sharp
Cooper Capt. Edw. K. Broadway n of Pratt st
COOPER GEORGE E. machinist and smith, 7
President, dw 52 s Spring. See card
Cooper George R. carpenter, Gough e of Broadway
Cooper Dr. G. R. 136 s Paca
Cooper Hugh A. ship builder, firm C. & Butler, dw
169 Broadway
Cooper James, grocer, Hollins cor Oregon


Cooper George, tinman, n w cor Eastern av and
High st
Cooper James, boot maker, 18 Pine
Cooper James, hotel, 3 Centre Market Space
Cooper John R. tavern, 5 n High
Cooper Joseph, cedar cooper, Pennsylvania av near
Frernont st
Cooper Joshua, scissors grinder, 57 Boyd
Cooper Margaret, Gough e Regester
Cooper Margaret, 148 L. Greene
Cooper Margaret, 171 Wolf
Cooper Mary Ann, 179 s Charles
Cooper Matthew H. mate. 126 Ann
Cooper Samuel, laborer, s end Johnson
Cooper Samuel, s w cor Howard and Monument
Cooper Thomas A. fancy and Wind-o. chair manu-
facturer, s e cor Paca and Lexington
Cooper Wm. keeper "Gay st head quarters" 188 n.
Gay st
Dopeila George, 231 s Durham
Uopon haver Augustus, paper hanger, 174 Broadway
Copland Robert, grocer, s e cor Tessier and Biddle
Coppelman John Jarhard. grocer, 34 State
Copper Abraham, laborer, Howard n of Cross,
Copper James H. ladies' shoe maker, 69 Ensor
Copper Samuel N ladies' shoemaker, 39 Holland
Coram Joseph, shoemaker, 172 Fremont
Coram Wm. H. porter, 51 George
Corbeit Thomas laborer, Lemon near Parkin
Corbill Peter, tavern keeper. for Harrison
Corbin Martin, oak cooper, 39 Commerce, dw Lom-
Corbit John, laborer, 4 n Amity
Corbit John, laborer, 198 Raborg
Corbitt Eml. india rubber goods dealer, 113 Light st
wharf, dw Johnson st
Corbitt Isaac, umbrella and metal valg. india rub-
ber wharehouse, 93 Baltimore, dw 26 Will
Corbitt John, blacksmith, b Booth
Corbon & Baker, stationers and blank book manu-
facturers, 73 s Calvert
Corcoran Patk. laborer, s w cor North & Foundry
Corder Rosanna, grocer, 143 Eastern av
Corderry John, 233 Hanover
Cordery Wm. cor Pratt st. and Broadway
Cordray Henry F. turner, s w cor Pine and Peirce
Cordree James, ship carp. Broadway n Gough st
Cordus Henry, shoemnker Port st. Canton
Corey Benjamin J. saddler, 93 n Eutaw
Corkins Joseph D. shoemaker, 46 Albemarle
Corkran Francis S lumber dealer, 12 Columbia
Corleto Eliza, 166 s Ann


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