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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Huiss John G., gro. & liq. deal., 187 Biddle
Hukman John, grocer, 233 e Lombard
Hull Robt., (Hopkins, H. & Co.) h 61 n Charles
Hull Thomas J., clerk, 123 n Gay
Hulligan James, laborer, 38 Hillen
HULLS JOHN, dealer in paper hangings, oils
paints and glass, 128 n Gay
Hulm Frederick, laborer, 60 Durst alley
Hullman John, 225 s Wolf
Hulse John, 202 Light
Hulse John, dyer, 56 Holliday
Hulse James H., silk dyer, 123 Lexington
Hulse Wm., blacksmith, 58 Stiles, shop 2 Bank
Hulseman Henry, grocer and liquor dealer, 26
Hulseman Henry, tavern keeper, 108 Thames
Hulsman John, shoemaker, 108 Hill
Hulsner Charles, miller, 100 e Lombard
Hulsner Francis, miller, 100 e Lombard
Hults Robert, shoemaker, 685 Baltimore
Hults Wm. P., cigar packer, 334 n Monument
Hultwart Michael, 274 Alice Anna
Hultz Nicholas, carpenter, 22 Regester
Hultzhouse Charles, cooper, 184 Canton avenue
Hultzailer Fred'k, shoemaker, 270 s Caroline
Humane Impartial Society's office, for widows
and orphans, 4 s Gay
Humber John, omnibus driver, 786 Baltimore
Hume William, cabinet maker, 130 s Howard
Humes Samuel, clerk, 247 Forest
Humes Thomas, sen., liquor merchant, 150 n
Humes William J., bricklayer, 9 McHenry
Hummel Aug., shoemaker, 436 Baltimore
Hummer Peter G., clerk, 185 n Eutaw
Humming Wm., shoemaker, 246 Mulberry
Humphrey Richd., huckster, 15 Willow
Humphreys Charles, butcher, 42 n Broadway
Humphreys Henry, pr. Irvine Hall, 5 Lovely
HUMPHREYS HUGH, proprietor Com-
mercial Hall, basement Exchange Buildings
Humphreys Owen, 101 Conway
Humphreys Robt. G., tailor, 58 Mullikin
Humphries Edwin, blacksmith, 85 n Amity
(Andw. G.,) wholesale grocers and com. mts.
30 Commerce
Humrichouse Chas. W.,(H. & Boyd) 54 s Spring
Humrine Andrew, laborer, 78 Harrison
Humrine George, tavern keeper, 78 Harrison
Hunger Francis, paver, 72 Somerset
Hungerford Dr. Wm. S., 158 w Lombard
Hunglebauch Adam, laborer, 158 Ensor
Hunichen Henry, tinner, 267 Hanover
Hunt Andrew, wheelwright, 5 Leadenhall, h 7
Hunt Edward, 2d. hand goods dealer, 17 Ensor
Hunt Eliza, milliner, 123 Lexington
Hunt George R., huckster, 115 French
Hunt German H., (Poole & Hunt) 204 n Eutaw
Hunt Dr. Henry S., 204 Eastern avenue
Hunt James, cooper, 24 Chatsworth
Hunt Jesse, president of Eutaw Savings Bank,
35 s Eutaw
Hunt John, laborer, 71 Center Market
Hunt John, 183 Franklin
Hunt John W., grocer, 50 e Fayette
Hunt Joseph, laborer, 271 s Bond
Hunt Man hew W., blacksmith, cor Calvert and
Franklin, h 200 Forest
Hunt Patrick, laborer, 133 Welcome alley

168 HUP

Hunt Philip, laborer, 25 Pleasant
Hunt Prudence, 61 Columbia
Hunt Robert R., carpenter. 65 s Bond
Hunt Samuel, carpenter, 527 w Lombard
HUNT SAMUEL, manufacturer of saddles
harness, trunks, &c., 167 Baltimore, opposite
Adams & Co's. Express, h 275 Saratoga.
Hunt Stephen, blacksmith, 74 n Fremont
Hunt Thomas, blacksmith, 12 Liberty alley
Hunt Thomas G., (Todzwir &. H) painter, shop
278 s Broadway
Hunt Thos. H., saddle, harness and trunk man.,
143 Baltimore, h 181 Franklin
Hunt William & Wagoner (Wm.,) ship buil-
ders, Boston s of Leakin
Hunt Winefried, Cambridge st Canton
Hunt William (Hunt & Wagoner,) h 65 s Ann
Hunter Andrew, huckster, 240 Chase
Hunter Elizabeth, 67 Clay
Hunter E., furniture and chair maker, 31 n Gay






Warerooms lately occupied by Wesley B. Tarr,


Extensive variety of Furniture of all styles
and prices: Sofas from $20 to $100. Chairs
from 50cts. to $50; Bureaus from $10 to $100;
Bedsteads $5 to $100; other Furniture in propor-
tion. Husk, Hair and Spring Mattresses.
Furniture packed with care for Shipping

Hunter Hillen, clerk, 21 n Front
Hunter Hugh, clerk, 129 n Fremont
Hunter John H., 197 n Eutaw
Hunter John F., (Mullmier & H.,) h 329 Balto.
Hunter John R., brass founder, 4 Humes
Hunter John, carpenter, 35 Aisquith
Hunter John N., carpenter, 363 n Gay
Hunter Joseph, 264 s Ann
Hunter Pleasant, sheriff of Baltimore county, of-
fice Court House
Hunter Robert, watchman, 70 Clay
Hunter Samuel, laborer, 62 Richmond
Hunter Samuel, laborer, 291 Cross
Hunter Sarah, 138 n Canal
Hunter Thos., painter, Thames, h 79 Wash-
Hunter Thomas, carter, 19 Leadenhall
Hunter William., agent, 545 w Fayette
Hunter William, 165 w Madison
Huntien Martin, shoemaker, 69 Perry
Huntimiller H., 75 Camden
Huntz George, shoemaker, 86 s Fremont
Hupfeld Henry, 312 Lexington

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