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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Maydwell Wm. B., tobacconist, 90 e Baltimore
Mayenchein Adam, box maker, 127 w Fayette
MAYER & BRO., imp. German, English and
French fancy goods 4 n Howard



(Late F. Konig & Co.,)

Importers of

German, English and French


And Dealer in


No. 4 North Howard Street,

Opposite Howard House,



Mayer Brantz, counsel at law, 2 Courtland, h 16
MAYER CHARLES F., attorney, 2 Courtland,
h 29 Franklin
Mayer Frederick, clothier, w Pratt, h 101 Lee
Mayer Louisa, 26 Barnet
Mayer & McDonald, gas fitters, 6 North
Mayes George W., mason, 51 French
Mayes Robert, cooper, 160 Saratoga
Mayes Robert, mason, 345 n Eutaw
Mayfield Joseph, weaver, 225 w Fayette
Mayger Richard, machinist, (M. & Washing-
ton,) h 71 e Pratt
Mayger & Washington, machinists and engi-
neers, 34 s Front. Burned out
Mayhew William E., sen., president Farmers'
and Planters' bank, h 80 Franklin
Mayhew William E. jr., (Miller, M. & Co.,) 4
Mayman John, 46 n Canal
MAYNARD (James A.) & ROSE, curriers,
Lombard st. and Cheapside
Maynard Mrs. E. P., 21 e Fayette
Maynard Richard F., (Robt. Sinclair, jr. & Co.)
h 271 Pratt
Maynard William, carpenter, 12 Hill
Maypole John J., tinner, 148 e Pratt
Maypole Tobias, tinner, 63 York
Mayro Patrick, porter, 3 Hamilton
Mayser John, shoemaker, Regester, s of Fleet
Mazer Peter, laborer, 121 Bethel
Mazher George, saddler, 49 s Paca
Mazolete Powel, farrier, 211 Eastern avenue
McAbee Charles, 417 w Pratt
McAbee Thomas, tavern keeper, 417 w Pratt
McAbel James, engineer, 120 Hollins
McAdam Patrick, laborer, 38 French
McAdam Owen, 168 n High
McAdams Michael, 70 Hillen
McAdams Patrick, 7 Bank
McAern Sarah, 48 Lancaster
McAleer James, hardware and lockmaker, 95

219 McC

McAleese Arch., tobacconist, 114 Saratoga
McAleese Patrick, 49 Granby
McAleese Phoebe, 49 Granby
McAllister Alexander, 309 e Pratt
McAllister Archibald, grocer, 101 Albemarle
McAllister Daniel, millwright, 636 w Pratt
McAllister James, clerk, 175 n Eutaw
McAllister John, fisher, Boston St., e of Leakin
McAllister Capt. John, 205 Madison
McAllister John, 185 German
McAllister Mary, 385 n Gay
McAllister Peter, carpenter, 50 Portland
McAllister Richard, clerk, 47 Granby

MCALLISTER ROBERT A., magistrate, 80

McAllister Sarah, 191 n Exeter
McAllister Wm. H., sail maker, 38 Light st.
wharf, h 51 Columbia
McAndrew Thomas, milkman, Chesapeake, n
of Elliott
McAnally Hugh, laborer, 98 Harford avenue
McArdel James, 21 n Sharp
McArry James, dry goods dealer, Baltimore st.
h 26l w Lombard
McAudeff Mary, grocer, 203 e Lombard
McAvoy Elizabeth, 54 Mulberry
McAvoy Francis, gro. and prov. store, Nichol-
son st., Locust Point
McAVOY H. L. & CO., stove, ranges and hot
air furnace manuf., 42 Light, h 59 n High


H. L. McAVOY & CO.

(Successors to A. McKewen,)





Hot Air Furnaces, Water Backs,
Pumps, Cast Iron Sinks and Bath
Tubs, Cooking Stoves and Hollow
Ware, Church and Parlor Stoves,
Grates, Copper and Tin Ware, Ship
Cabooses, all patterns and sizes.

Also House and Ship Plumbing of every de-
Repairing of all kinds done at short notice.


McBlair Lieut. Wm., of U. S. Navy, Boston st.
n of Hoffman
McBride Francis, laborer, 23 Barnes
McBride James, 19 Chew
McBride John, laborer, 18 Biddle alley
McBride Sarah, 5 Biddle
McBride William, carter, 118 Chesnut
McBriety Wm., ladies' shoemaker, 3 n High
McCabe Alexander, laborer, 172 n Front
McCabe Henry H., clerk, 53 Holland
McCabe George, book keeper, 414 w Lombard
McCabe Jefferson, manner, 72 Holliday
McCabe John, laborer, 310 Forest
McCabe Michael, laborer, 54 Rose
McCabe Michael, laborer, 24 Lancaster

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