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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Geelhard John, shoemaker, 33 Camden
Geer Alfred, carpenter, Cambridge st., Canton
Gees Adam, 58 Union
Gees Adam, 58 Union
Gees Oliver, 125 Biddle
Geese Henry, shoemaker, 122 Eastern avenue
Gegan Joseph, prof, of music, 128 n Charles
Gehagan Thos , gro. and liq. deal., 162 Cathed'l
Gehring John G., jeweler and watch maker,
194 n Gay, h 7½ Ensor


Manufacturer of



No. 194 N. GAY STREET,


Fine assortment of JEWELRY always

on hand.

Gehrman Julius, tobacconist, 86 n Gay
Geible William potter, 224 e Madison
Geiger Edmond L. H., stove and tin dealer, 88 n
Geiger William, baker, 81 Harrison

124 GEO

Geigman Peter, huckster, 14 Willow
Geiland Nicholas, laborer, 5 Fell st
Geilfus Theodore, tailor, 61 Chew
Geis Adam, tailor, 254 Eager
Geis Andre W., blacksmith, n e cor. Canal
and Union alley, h 35 Canal
Geis Christopher, tailor, 32 Josephine
Geis Oliver, 127 Biddle
Geis Peter, clerk, 158 Stirling
Geis Richard, plasterer, 325 n Eutaw
Geis Wesley, carpenter, 321 n Eutaw
Geisedaffer William H., 376 Saratoga
Geisendaffer Wm. H., variety deal., 566 Balt
Geisener Adam, rag deal., 6 Constitution
Geitman Adam, laborer, near 50 Thames
Geize Henry, tailor, 21 Somerset
Gellespie Wm., engraver, 235 Saratoga
Gelback George, tavern keeper, n of 21 York av
Gelback George, jr., broker, 24 Second
Gelston Hugh, office 1 s Charles, h 141 Holliday
Gelston & Matthews, planing mill, 197 s Caro-
line, H. D. Gelston office, cor. Eastern av a
Caroline st., h 141 Holliday
Gemm Charles, tailor, 86 Bethel
Gemmell Walter, carpenter, 175 Raborg
Gender Anthony, tailor, 36 Park
Gengenback Joseph, mariner, 24 Fell
Gennay George, butcher, 67 Buren
Gennuell Walter, carpenter, 175 Raborg
Gent Henry, ship carpenter, 32 William
Gentner Conrad, laborer, 152 Durham
Geoghegan Joseph, 294 e Pratt
Geoghegan Capt. Stewart, 331 Light
Geoman Augustus, tobacconist, 308 s Bond
George Archibald, jr., grocer and com. mt., 138
n Howard


Of Strangers and Others is directed to the





Manufactured by

E. L. H. Geiger,



Stoves, Ranges and Furnaces, of all descriptions and of the most approved styles, are always
on hand, and which are offered for sale at the lowest prices. Also Manufacturer and Dealer in
Japanned, Enameled and Britannia Ware, made of the best materials and workmanship.


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