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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Malance William, blacksmith, 180 Ramsay
Malbon James, grainer, 377 Lexington
Malcom James, attorney, 27 Lexington
Malcom Jennet B., 55 Saratoga
Malcom P. & Co., grain, flour and guano mer-
chants, 12 Bowly's wharf
Maler Antoine, shoemaker, 166 Stirling
Malfield Didrich, cabinet maker, 101 Vine
Mallack Prudena. 7 Lexington
Mallinckrodt Wm.. dry goods merchant, 31 s
Charles, h cor. Bolton and Preston
Mallon James, grocer and liq. deal., 60 Chesnut
Mallon John, block maker, 61 w Pratt, h 73 Lee
Mallon Patrick, gro. and liq. deal., 44 Chesnut
Mallon Peter, 40 n Schroeder
Malloy Charles P., tobacconist 246 e Lombard
Malloy George, tavern keeper, 90 Holliday
Matloy John, clerk Union Bank, 231 e Balt.
Malloy Thomas, blacksmith, 64 s Republican
Malone Bernard, ship carpenter, Elliott st. Can.
Malone Daniel, laborer, Clinton St., Canton
Malone Daniel, cnrpenter, 65 Garden
Malone Henry, sailor, 184 Washington
Malone James, laborer, 98 Raborg
Malone Johanna, dry goods and trimmings deal-
er, 549 Baltimore
Malone John, clerk, 15 s Fremont
Malone John, grocer, 53 Thames
Malone Richard, laborer, 98 Raborg
Malone Thomas, sailor, Castle alley, s of Boston
Malone Thomas, Clinton St., n of Boston
Maloney Arch., carpenter, 135 n Paca
Maloney Ellen, 7 French
Maloney Elizabeth, 135 n Paca
Maloney John, ship carpenter, Boston st. e of
Maloney John, tavern keeper, 3 Dover
Maloney John, carpenter, 192 Carpenters' alley,
h 371 w Lombard
Maloney Patrick, Elliott st. e of Boston, Canton
Maloney Peter, chair maker, 10 Hill
Malory Mary A., 444 Saratoga
MALTBY C. S., oyster dealer, boards Maltby
house, 180 w Pratt.
Mam John, laborer, 61 McHenry
Mame Casper, cooper, 592 w Saratoga
Manaca Jos. R., dry goods deal., 227 Lexington
Manahan Patrick, laborer, 16 Willow
Mandelbaum Henry, clothier, 129 n Howard
Mandey Nathan, carter, 113 Biddle



(Late Holt & Maltby,)





Foot of West Falls Avenue,


213 MAN


Late United States and American Hotels,



HENRY M. SMITH, Proprietor.

This house which is in the center of the busi-
ness portion of the city, is now open for the re-
ception of visitors, the whole building having
been entirely remodeled and furnished with En-
tire New FURNITURE, rendering it one of the
finest hotels in the city. The Proprietor is de-
termined to use his best endeavors to make the
"Maltby" a pleasant and agreeable sojourning
place for Travellers.


Manel Adam, tailor, 9 Walker
Maner Godfred, blacksmith, 157 s Fremont
Mangel Francis, file maker, 21 Caroline
Manger Adam, tailor, 252 Eager
Manicue Paul, carter, 161 Burgundy alley
Maniel Ellen R., fancy dress mak., 77 Aisquith
Manifold Andrew, carpenter, 223 e Monument
Maniley James, drayman, 181 n Canal
Manion Patrick, laborer, 22 Foundry
Manke Christopher A., turner, 59 Richmond
Mankin Charles, tobacconist, 121 Thames
Mankin Chas., pr. N. Orleans House,65 Thames
Mankin Henry, com. merchant, 30 Bowly's whf,
h Falls road
Manly Ann, tav. keeper, 139 Eastern avenue
Manly James, dairy man, 197 n Eden
Manly Capt. John, 98 Columbia
Manly John, machinist, 233 Dover
Manly John, laborer, 210 s Ann
Manly John W., shoemaker, 210 s Ann
Manly Joseph, last maker, 12 Armistead lane
Manly Mary Ann, 60 Block
Manly Rodney, clerk, 115 s Wolf
Manly Stephen, engineer, 400 w Lombard
Manly Thomas, omnibus driver, 154 Pine
Mann Andrew, carpenter, 379 Ensor
Mann Charles, tailor, 9 Harmony lane
Mann Darby, laborer, French al., (from French
Mann Ernest, wholesale and retail hosiery and
trimmings dealer, 49 Balt., h 94 Granby
Mann George, blacksmith, Elliott St., Canton
Mann George, tinner. 89 Eden
MANN JOHN, livery and veterinary stables,
167 n Howard, h 140 n Eutaw
Mann John, sen , farrier, 136 n Eutaw
Mann John G., tobacconist, 302 s Bond
Mann Joseph R. oyster packer, 127 McElder-
ry's wharf, h 25 Granby
MANN (Wrn.) & RICHARDSON, clock and
looking glass dealers, 44 s Charles, h W. M.,
155 German
MANN THOMAS W., com. merchant, 19 Ex-
change buildings, h 79 Franklin
Mann William, 111 s Paca
Mann Wm. & J. M., paper hangers, 121 s Sharp
Manner Dr. Charles H , 52s Schroeder
Mannar James B., 46 Ensor, h 223 Madison

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