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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Minar Jacob, cabinet maker, 35 Preston
Minar William, tailor, 115 Pearl
Mince Daniel, sail maker, 176 Light st. whf
Mince Eleanor, 106 s Exeter
Minch Casper, shoemaker, 8 s Gay
Minchberger John, tailor, 12 Regester
Mincher John, grocer, 162 w Madison
Mincks Lewis A., importer and dealer in fancy
goods, 309 Baltimore, h Lexington near Pine
Minehardt Casper, sail maker, 25 s Canal
Miner Joshua, printer, 99 n High
Miner Edward, shoemaker, 76 Pearl
Mines John, tobacconist, 55 s Paca
Mingot Frederick, 201 s Charles
Minick John H., stone cutter, 158 York av
Minifie James, comp. orn. manufacturer, 161 s
MINIFIE WM., bookseller, stationer and deal-
er in artists' materials, 114 Baltimore, h 38
Miniteth Francis, tailor, 268 s Caroline
Mink Charles, laborer, 128 s Dallas
Mink Christian, laborer, 321 Penn. avenue
Minkhouse Henry, tailor, 25 Haw
Minner George, shoemaker, 36 n Schroeder
Minnick Charles E., coach wheelwright, 164 n
Minnick Conrad, camphene dealer, 198 e Lom-
Minnick John, 7 Josephine
Minnick John, shoemaker, 260 e Fayette
Minnick Joseph, engineer, 18 Morris alley
Minnick Uriah, carpenter, 12 Jefferson, shop
Lovely lane
Minnick Wm. F., painter, 9 n Fremont
Minnick William, carpenter, 2 Lovely lane
Minnix William, tinner, 156 Chesnut
Minsberger Stephen, sailor, 15 Clay
Minster Henry, cooper, 85 Granby
Minton William, cigar maker, 21 New
Mire Godfred, coach maker, 103 Caroline
Misbalhorn Frederick, tailor, 208 s Bond
Miser Henry, cabinet maker, 17 Clay
Miser John, ship joiner, 96 Lancaster
Miskel Michael, Morion alley
Miskelly Hugh, huckster, 17 Constitution
Miskelly Capt. Joseph, 154 e Pratt
Miskimmon Thomas, (Solomon & M.,) h 204
Miskimmon Wm. T., sail maker, 28 Gough
Miskon Thomas, sail maker, 204 e Lombard
Misner Bernard, machinist, 187 Raborg
Misner George, grocer, 206 e Madison
Misseltine Henry, brush mkr , 11 Dewberry al
Misspeck Aloways, grocer, 257 e Pratt
Mister Abraham & Son, gro. and com. mts., 98
Light st., whf. h A. M. 148 Hanover
Mister Charles, cooper, 56 York
Mister George, clerk, 91 s Paca
Mister George, 144 s Canal
MITCHELL (Wm., ACTON, (Samuel) gas
fitters, 50 Holliday
Mitchell Alexander jr., engineer, 39 n Eden
Mitchell Ann Maria , 278 e Baltimore
Mitchell Charlotte, 334 Raborg
Mitchell David C., carter, 204 Lee
wholesale grocers and commission merchants,
90 w Pratt
Mitchell Edw'd, (M. & Edmondson) 17 s Exeter
Mitchell Edward, tav. keep., 201 Light

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Mitchell Eleanora, grocer, 69 Mulberry
Mitchell Elizabeth, dress maker, 64 Marion
Mitchell Elizabeth, 88 Jefferson
Mitchell Ellen, 295 s Charles
Mitchell Emanuel, shoemaker, 59 s Sharp
Mitchell Ephraim T., clerk, 50 s Exeter
Mitchell France A., tav. keep., 20 C. Market
Mitchell George Washington, hack driver, 28
Mitchell George W., baker, 34 Regester
Mitchell George W., tinner, 121 s Greene
Mitchell Henry, coal dealer, Baltimore st, h 8
n Front
Mitchell Hester Ann, 50 French
Mitchell James, hackman, 24 Constitution
MITCHELL JAMES, tavern keeper, 5 Center
Mitchell James, shoemaker, 17 s Frederick
Mitchell John, ship carpenter, 68 e Lombard
Mitchell John, engineer, 144 Hughes
Mitchell John, hackman, 26 Constitution
Mitchell John, 37 Rock
Mitchell John W., shoemaker, 16 s Sharp
Mitchell John, provision dealer, 568 Baltimore
h 874 Baltimore
Mitchell John S., trader, 105 William
Mitchell John, huckster, 188 s Paca
Mitchell John, high constable, 43 North, h 178
Mitchell John H., (Thomas & M.) 68 William
Mitchell John, gro. and liq. deal., 35 w Lombard
Mitchell Joseph, carver, 62 Mulberry
Mitchell Joseph, livery stables, North, h 206
Mitchell Joseph, prop, of hacks and livery sta-
bles, h 33 Constitution
Mitchell Marcellus, clerk, 252 e Baltimore
Mitchell Capt. Nathaniel, mariner, 43 Hill
Mitchell Perry G., blacksmith, 45 s Poppleton
Mitchell Richard, 75 Granby
Mitchell Capt. Rob't, of steambt., 81 Albemarle
Mitchell Robert, carp., 148 s Ann, h 153 Bank
Mitchell Samuel, 134s Canal
Mitchell Sarah J., confectionery and ice cream
saloon, 96 Baltimore
MITCHELL SEARS & CO., tobac. merchants
16 s Charles
Mitchell Thomas T., hatter, 19 Poppleton
Mitchell Rev. Thompson, 92 Columbia
Mitchell Uriah, moulder, 219 Caroline
Mitchell William, 146 Eager
Mitchell Wm., carter, 19 Abbey alley
Mitchell Wm. H., boot maker, 53 Center
Mitchell Zach., (McNeal & M.) h 214 s Charles
Mitchell Zebulon, laborer, 27 Armistead lane
Mite Francis, blacksmith, 263 s Charles
Mite Philip, blacksmith, 354 Mulberry
Mittan Erastus, tailor, 62 n Howard
Mittan Wm. H., clerk, 2 n High
Mittendorf Charles, 31 Granby
Mittnacht George H., 171 Biddle
Mitz John, cabinet maker, 224 Eager
Mitzel Rornens, shoemaker, 2 Sarah Ann
MITZELL WHITE & CO., forwarding and

commission merchants, 163 North
Mitzler John, tailor, 14 e Pratt
Mitzen Wm., rigger, 2R4 s Ann
Mix Jacob, tailor, 58 n Caroline
Mixzell Joseph, flour dealer, Pratt, h 159 w
Mize John, laborer, 300 Eastern avenue

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