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Drier Abr. rag dealer, near 46 Harrison
Drink George, furnace man, Clinton st. Canton
Drinkhouse Michael, laboier, 2 Hoffman
Driscoll Capt. Cor. F. 5 n Front
Driscoll D.C. variety store, 87 1/2 Baltimore
Driscoll Sargeant John, Fort McHenry
Driseoll Richard J tailor, 14 New Church
Drohan Thomas, shoemaker, 41 Centre
Droney Manin, tailor, 21 New Church
Dronkbeim ——— upholsterer, 44 s Howard
Drost G. A. firm Lewis & D. 30 w Greene
Droste John H. blacksmith, dw 84 Hill
Droudner John, shoemaker, 135 Low
Drum John, grocer, 145 s Eden
DRUMMOND LEVIN J. watchmaker and jeweler,
31 w Pratt, dw 15 s Exeter. See card
Drury Charles H. agricultural implement manufac-
turer, Howard nr Montgomery
Drury Wm. rigger, 317 Eastern av
Dryden Alexander, huckster, H Clay
Dryden Charles H. hatter, 160 n Exeter
Dryden I. P. painter, dw 13L Sharp
Dryden John H. piano maker, dw 104 s Howard
Dryden Jos. shoemaker, 334 s Charles
Dryden Joshua R. brickmaker, 66 n Greene
Dryden Joshua, brickmaker, 66 n Greene
Dryden Robert H. ladies' shoemaker, 259 n Canal
Dryden Robt. H. & Co. apothecaries and druggists,
u w cor Baltimore and Pine. See card
DRYDEN ROBT. W. British, French & American
dry goods dealer, 67 Baltimore, dw 55 s Exeter.
See card
Dryden Samuel, shoemaker, s e cor Baltimore and
Dryer Emily, 12 East
Dryer Frederick, box maker, 29 McHenry
Dubel Capt. Jas. boarding house, 66 Thames
Dublow John, 16 Jackson
Dubois Lami, barber, n w cor Bank and Bethel
Ducatel Hyppolite G. importer of cigars, 38 Balti-
more, dw 11 n Exeter
Ducatel Joanna, boarding house, n e cor Eutaw and
Dudley Mrs. John L. Johnson s of Cross
Dudley Marcus, keeper observatory, F. H.
Dudlley Wm. blacksmith, 18 Hillen, dw 151 n High
D;ier Ed. N. firm Murdoek, Duer & Evans, dw cor
Cathedral and Mulberry
Duer John, 81 n Eulaw
Duer John, jr. firm D. Norris & Co. cor Washington
Place and Madison st
Duer Samuel, dry goods merchants, 283 w Pratt

DUER, NURRIS & CO. importers of hardware, 8
Duerenberger Christian, grocer, n w cor Poppleton
and Ramsay
Duering David F. clerk, 20 St. Mary
Duering George S. bricklayer, n w cor Cedar and
Duering John S. ladies' shoemaker, 10 St. Mary
Dueteask Nicholas, tailor, Aisquith n of Eager
Duff Capt. Henry, 69 e Lombard
Duff Henry, cabinet maker, 259 Monument
Duff Henry, sash and door manufactory, E. Falls
av, s of Pratt
Duff James, mariner, 32 w Lombard
Duffieild Thomas, 93 s Spring
Duffy Edw'd, attorney, 26 St, Paul, dw 186 in Eutaw
Duffy Hugh, drayman, Garden nr Preslon
Dufty Jas grocer and liquor dealer, 118 Dugan's whf
Duffy John, 17 Biddle al
Duffy John, hackman, 12 Neighbor
Duffy Michael, 207 Orleans
Duffy Patrick, millstone maker, rear 350 w Pratt
Duffy Peter, laborer, 161 Orleans
Duffy Peter, carter, 63 Union
Duffley Michael, laborer, Lemon nr Parkin
Dufrail Peter, hair dresser, 35 n High
Dufrane Peter L. barber, 1 s Calvert, dw 35 High
Dufur Orlando, blacksmith and patent wire railing
maker. Uhler's al, dw 43 Columbia
Oilman Alex. moulder, 61 Centre market
Dugan Cumberland, hardware pattern agency, 21 s
Charles, dw 77 Liberty
Dugan and Harris, dry goods dealers, 133 n Gay,
dw Jas. C. H. 144 n Exeter
Dugan Joseph O. firm D and Harris, 141 n High
cor Gay
Dugas Lewis C. clerk Orphan's Court, 30 Josephine
Dugent Eli, carpenter, Ann n of ugent Francis, slock trader and fruiter, Lorabar4
cor Regester
Dugent Francis, jr. grocer, Lombard e of Broadway
Duggan Thomas, laborer, Caroline s of Lombard
Duhamel James, bag dealer, 13 Bowly's whf, dw
163 n Paca
Duhurst Benj. laborer. 359 Lexington
Duhurst G. L. apothecary and druggist, 27 Pratt st
cor Dugan's whf. dw n Front nr shot tower
Duhurst Hannah, 359 Lexington
Duhurst Mary. 3 Front
Duke Aug. W. druggist. 70 Aisquith
Duke James B. grocer, 360 n Gay cor Canal
Duke Capt. Levin, 123 e Lombard


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