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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Hager George W., carpenter, 176 e Monument
Hagerman John, laborer, 41 Centre market
Hagerty J. S., (G. V. Keen & Co.,) 32 Granby
Hagerty John, 269 w Pratt
Hagerty Patrick, blacksmith, 31 Boothe
Hagg Capt. Jacob, 36 s Broadway
Hagger Andrew, tavern, 382 Saratoga
Hagger John W., mathematical instrument ma-
ker, corner Pratt st and Spear's wharf, h 128
e Pratt
Haggerty Levi, cooper, 283 Madison
Haggerty Wm., laborer, 3 Foundry
Hagner Adam, blacksmith, 156 McHenry
Hagner George, shoemaker, 662 w Baltimore
Hagner Wm., 46 s Republican
Haggety Snsan, 56 Ross
Hagle Herman, shoemaker, 340 s Bond
Hags James, carpenter, 283 Madison
Haggison James, 306 Raborg
Hagthrop Edward, 345 e Baltimore
Hague Augustus, 110 s Ann
Hague Matilda, 123 Dover
Hahman Frederick, laborer, 313 Canton av
Hahn Christopher, cooper, 179 Washington
Hahn George, second-hand shop, 39 Jefferson
Hahn Henry, blacksmith, 165 Henrietta
Hahn Henry, 70 Lexington
Hahn Herman, tailor, 118 Vine
Hahn John, cooper, 426 w Lombard
Hahn Lawrence, cabinet maker, 13 N. Church
Hahn Lewis, grocer, 36 St. Mary's
Hahn Margaret, milliner, 70 Lexington
Hahn Nicholas, clerk, 193 e Monument
Hahnerman Frederick, turner. 15 Jew alley
Hahnbaum Elizabeth R., 141 Park
Haig James M.. (J. M. H. & Bro.,) h Eutaw op-
posite Monument
HAIG JAMES M. & BRO., importers and man.
of ladies' dresses and agents Baker's sewing
machine, 133 Baltimore
Haigh George, bricklayer, 26 Schroeder
Haight Grove, 115 Canal
Hain Christian, carpenter, 168 William
Hain George, laborer, 43 Slemmer alley
Haines Benjamin F., hardware dealer, 495 Bal-
timore st
Haines Catharine, 30 Constitution
Hair Mary, 328 n Gay
Haiser Augustus, cooper, 104 Thames
Haix Val , laborer, 219 Bethel
Hakesly Wm. J., carpenter, 333 n Gay
Halas Henry, laboror, 309 Canton avenue
Halbach C., cutler and hardware dealer, 94 n
Gay st
Halbert Mary Ann, 192 e Fayette
Halckum James, laborer, 16 Hamburg
Hale Ann M., 84 s Howard
Hale Charles, laborer, 176 s Spring
Hale Charles Wm., chairmaker, 15 L. Gough
Hale Capt. Philip M-, mariner, 59 Aisquith
Hale Sarah, 153 Paca
Halen Seegmund, tavern, 321 s Bond
Haler Wm., 438 w Lombard
Haler Sandy, sailor, 191 s Dallas
Haley Michael, mason, 405 w Pratt
Haley Dennis tailor, 18 French
Haley Ann, boarding house, 169 Broadway
Haley John, cooper, 23 Bethel
Haley Richard, laborer, 15 Baker's court
Haley Richard, 27 Stockton
Haley Thomas, 49 York

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Halfpenny Samuel W., engineer, 83 Regester
HALL AM ASA C., agent Parker Vein steam-
ship line, 58 Exchange Place, Lombard, h 250
w Lombard
Hall Ann, 3 Ross
Hall Aaron, carpenter, 98 McElderry
Hall Anne, 332 n Howard
Hall Asbury W., tailor, 300 e Madison
Hall Baxter A., proprietor saloon, basement of
Charles st theatre, comer Charles and Balt.
Hall Bernard D. ship rigger, 157 Regester
HALL & BRO., weighing agents, 75 Smith's
HALL CARTER A. & T. H.. com. merch'ts,
Camden, h C. A. H. 220 w Lombard
Hall Charles, carpenter. 58 Camden
Hall David, clerk, 314 Franklin
Hall Mrs. Dr., 45 Lexington
Hall Edward, gro. and liq. dealer, 153 s Caro
line st
Hall Edward, laborer, 76 Orchard
Hall Edward, plumber, 49 Bethel
Hall Elias, shoemaker, 3 Biddle
Hall Francis J., stove dealer, 284 n Gay
Hall George, shoemakor, 168 e Baliimore
Hall George W. S., merchant, 49 Exchange
Hall George, shoemaker, 237 Chase
Hall George H., cedar cooper, 42 Cider alley
Hall Henrietta N., 44 s Exeter
Hall Henry, ship carpenter, 157 Regester
Hall Henry W., brakesman, 226 Preston
Hall Capt. Henry, mariner, 277 e Baltimore
Hall Hester, 60 s Bond
Hall Israel, clerk, 230 n Caroline
Hall Jabez S., grocer, 591 Penn. avenue
Hall Jacob T., officer P. office, 37 s Eutaw
Hall James, periodical dealer, 305 Pa. avenue
Hall James, organ builder, h 192 Mulberry
Hall James, (Freeland, Hall & Co.,) h 7 west
Hall James, 1 Henrietta
Hall Dr. James, colonization agent, Exchange
buildings, Second st, h 49 Mulberry
Hall James B., shoemaker, 325 Monument
Hall John, fisher, 50 Johnson
Hall John, hackman, 30 s Eutaw
Hall John, grocer, 114 n Caroline
Hall John, nightman, 31 Valery
Hall Capt. John, 74 s Eden
Hall John, shoemaker, 142 n Bond
Hull John H., tailor, Biddle st, e of Harford av
Hall John W., proprietor Monumental spice
mills, corner Bank and Canal, h 31 s Bond
Hall John R., painter, 82 Hill
Hall Joseph, property agent, 9 Josephine
Hall Joseph, shipsmith, Hughes st, h 42 Warren
Hall Joseph, shoemaker, 80 Henrietta
Hall Joshua M., purser in navy, 320, Baltimore
Hall Lewis, laborer, 82 Leadenhall
Hall Lydia A., 34 s Broadway
HALL (Wm. T.,) & LONEY, general com. and

shipping merchants, 75 Smith's wharf
Hall Maria, dry goods dealer, 406 Saratoga
Hall Mrs., 93 Caroline
Hall Mrs., academy. 69 e Fayette
Hall Nathaniel, 75 n Caroline
Hall P., com. merch't, Exchange buildings, h 87
St. Paul
Hall Philip, ship carpenter, 257 s Sharp
Hall Preston, machinist, 46 Tyson

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