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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Love William, carpenter, 24 Comet
Lovebalm Frederick, tailor, 133 s Paca
Loveday Charles T., saddler, 86 Aisquith
Loveday Thomas, mariner, 114 Ensor
Lovegrove James, fire insur. agent, 77 Second
Lovegrove Thomas J., machinist, 341 n Gay
LOVEJOY AMOS. imp. hosiery, undershirts
and drawers, 123 Baltimore, h 246 n Eutaw



Importer of


Under Shirts and Drawers,

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

Hosiery, Gloves, Under Shirts


Drawers, and Small Wares generally,


Between Calvert & South Streets, 5 doors above

the Sun Iron Building,

A full assortment always on hand.


Lovejoy Sam'l, fancy goods dealer, 33 n Howard
Lovell Solomon, grocer, 116 s High
Lovely Sol. G., gro., 295 w Pratt, h 112 s High
Low Capt. Cornelius, 31 s Exeter
Low Sarah, 40 Pearl
Low Thomas, 20 Abbey alley
Low William, 46 Johnson
Lowdenburg John, laborer, 91 Moore alley
Lowdenbarch John F., locksmith, 17 Baker's ct.
Lowden Priscilla, 1 Marion
Lowden Mary J., dress maker, 87 w Fayette
Lowdyhasker George, laborer, 92 s Spring
Lowe Henry, chemist and drug., 121 w Fayetle
Lowe James, 187 Montgomery
Lowe Wm., sweep master, 144 n Bank
Lowe William, shoemaker, 437 Lexington
Lowekamp Charles B., 64 Park
Lowekamp John H., tailor, 64 Park
Lowenstine Moses, 73 Hanover
Lower Ignatius, fancy and trimmings dealer,
211 w Pratt
Lowh Joseph, dry goods dealer, Baltimore, h 79
Lowman Aug., barber, 6 n Frederick
Lowman (L.) Brothers, imp. foreign and domes-
tic fancy dry goods, 195 Baltimore
Lowman Lewis, (L. &. Bro.,) 64 s Eutaw
Lowman Joel, (L. & Bros.,) Liberty near Ger-
Lowman Lawrence, (L. & Bros.,) 231 n Sharp
Lowman Matthias, 52 Boyd
Lowman Mrs., 52 n Caroline
Lowndes And. J., druggist and apothecary, 182
Baltimore, h 136 s Paca
Lownds James, cashier Chesapeake bank, 42 n
Lowne Jackson, mariner, 120 Orleans

209 LUD

Lowrie John, huckster, 169 York avenue
Lowry Charles, pr. oyster saloon, 415 Baltimore

Lowry Edward, finisher, 129 Washington
Lowry Elijah A., pattern maker, 227 Light
Lowry Francis, flour dealer, 104 McElderry
Lowry George N., machinist, 101 Hollins

Lowry Hugh, drayman, 290 e Monument
Lowry Hanson, 6 Tripolett's alley
Lowry James D., ship joiner, 80 s Caroline

Lowry James, sailor, 122 s Spring
Lowry John, ship carpenter, 184 Regester
Lowry John, dealer in market, 169 York av
Lowry Mrs., 1 May
Lowry Mary R., 306 e Pratt
Lowry Robert H., 87 Camden
Lowry Thomas, tailor, 80 Chew
Lowry Capt. Thomas, 285 e Pratt
Lowry Wm. L., public weigher, 48 s Gay, h 3
Lowry William, 32 Boothe
Lowsey Charles, shoemaker, 263 Lexington

Lowther James, carpenter, 833 Baltimore
Lowther William, machinist, 64 n Fremont
Loyola College, 29 Holliday
Luber John, tailor, 267 Aisquith
LUBER SAMUEL, tailor, 50 Chesnut
Lubker Henry, cabinet maker, 199 Montgomery
Luburg Charles E., blacksmith, 142 Canal
Luby Thomas, gro. and liq. deal., 7 Hamilton
Lucas Amos, cigar maker, 11 Harmony lane
LUCAS CHARLES Z., attorney at law, 46 St.
Paul, h Saratoga
Lucas Brothers. (Wm. F. & Henry A. Edw.,}
publishers and stationers, 170 Baltimore
Lucas Bros., type foundery, 7 Bank lane
Lucas Edward B., shoemaker, 200 n Broadway
Lucas Edward (L. & Bro.,) Park
Lucas Eliza, 59 Saratoga
Lucas Francis, butcher, 752 Pennsylvania av
Lucas Frances, 270 w Fayette
ucas Henry A., (L. Bros.,) type founder, Bank
lane, h 43 St. Paul
Lucas Jacob, laborer, 186 Regester
Lucas James B., machinist, 160 Gough
Lucas James, plain and ornamental printer, 13
s Calvert, h 96 n Exeter
Lucas John W., paper hanger, 149 s Bond
Lucas John H., grocer, 139 Bank
Lucas Capt. M., 123 William
Lucas Samuel, brewer, 43 Hanover, h 107
Lucas Thomas W., shoemaker, 50 s Republican
Lucas Wm. S. & John S., merchants, 406 Har-
ford avenue
Lucas William F., (L. Bros.,) h 3 Saratoga
Lucchesi Frederick, prof, of music, 68 Holliday
Lucke Joseph, shoemaker, 183 Canton avenue
Luckett James H., (Neal & L.,) h 127 n Charles
Luckett Roger C., (Clark, L. & Co.,) h 267 w
Ludden Margaret, 206 Mulberry
Ludeking Phil., saddler, 453 Baltimore
Luden Margaret, 206 Mulberry
Ludley Henrietta. 59 Willow
Ludlow Aug., 70 McCulloch
Ludlow Thomas, tailor, 132 McHenry
Ludluft Jacob, ship carpenter, Eastern avenue
Ludvig Sam'1, pub. "Torch" paper, 89 s Eden
Ludwic John, laborer, 54 Lancaster
Ludwick Henry, cabinet maker, 187 s Sharp
Ludwick Henrv, laborer, 187 Hamburg
Ludwick Henry, butcher, 67 Thames

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