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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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NO. 42 YORK,

Near Light Street,


Having greatly enlarged his Establishment
and other facilities for his business, is now much
better than formerly prepared to fill orders for
Mill and other Castings, Wrought Iron and
Brass Work. Being an experienced and Prac-
tical Workman, gentlemen will find it to their
advantage to call on him, for either Wood or
Iron Work, to suit all kinds of Power. All kinds
of Mills and Machinery planned and erected by
him, warranted to operate well.


Murray James F., machinist, 121 Biddle
Murray Jas., (M. & Hazlehurst,) 191 St. Paul
Murray James, engineer, 23 McElderry
Murray James, laborerer, 51 Carpenters' alley
Murray Jas,. laborer, Chester st., s of Eastern av
Murray John, machinist, 115 Albemarle
Murray John P., clerk, 212 w Madison
Murray John, 66 Durst alley
Murray John, laborer, 28 Harmony lane
Murray John, laborer, 189 Hughes
Murray John, gro. & liq. dealer, 16 Douglass
Murray John, coach maker, 492 Lexington
Murray John, (Mills & M.,) h 209 Franklin
Murray John, feed dealer, Balt., h 279 Franklin
Murray Margaret, dress maker, 32 n Liberty
Murray Michael, mariner, 164 Gough
Murray Michael, tavern keeper, 3 w Lombard
Murray Patrick, 194 Montgomery
Murray Patrick, laborer, 59 Clay
Murray Patrick, baker, 86 St. Paul
Murray Patrick, laborer, 62 L. Church
Murray Richard C., carpenter and builder, 373
w Fayette
Murray Thomas, tobacconist & gro., 256 Light
Murray Thomas, potter, 150 Burgundy alley
Murray Thomas, porter, 47 Hillen
Murray Thomas, of Penitentiary, 53 Hillen
Murray William, shoemaker, 68 Center market
MURRAY WILLIAM, machinist, 153 & 155
n High, h 95 Ensor
Murray Wm. T., shoemaker. 481 Lexington
Murray Wm. B. & Co., prov. and com. mts., 47
Light, h W. B. 67 Biddle
Murray Wm., dry goods deal., 226 Mulberry
Murray Dr. William, 37 McCulloch
Murray Elizabeth, board'g house, 110 n Calvert
Murray George, laborer, 647 Light
Murray George, laborer, 37 Forest
Murray Hugh, blacksmith, 8 L. Paca
Murray Julia, 27 Watson

244 MYE





No. 68 Center Market Space,


Keeps constantly on hand an assortment of
Men's Double Soled, Wax, Upper, Kip, Calf
and Dress Boots. Also, Ladies' Lace, Leather
and Morocco Boots and Shoes, which will be
sold at the lowest cash prices, wholesale and


Murray Mary, 14 Stiles
Murrell George, laborer, Castle alley s of Pratt
Musch John, of planeing mill, 122 Eastern av
Muschatt Walter, 17 Mulberry
Muse Joseph, (Polk & M.,) h 122 n Howard
Muser William, carpenter, 231 s Ann
Museum Baltimore and Gallery of Fine Arts,
cor Baltimore and Calvert, entrance Calvert,
H. C. Jarrett, proprietor
Musgrave James, tanner and currier, 103 n
Front, h 93
Musgrove Stephen, blacksmith, 214 Hollins
Mush Conrad, laborer, 275 s Wolf
Mush John, cab. mak., Alice Anna st., Canton
Mushaw William, 156 Cross
Mushaw Thomas, book binder, 144 Cross
Mushett Walter, tobacco and com. mt.. h 17
Music Wm. B., Franklin sq., Calhoun
Musick Reuben, printer, 158 n Front
Musselman Jackson, harn. maker, 102 Chew
Musselman Jacob, carpenter, 78 Chew
Musselman John, clerk, 114 s Paca
Musser Mary, 57 Beuren
Mussington Richard, mariner, 90 Block
Mussman Henry, tavern, 17 Cowpen alley
Musson Thomas, laborer, 77 s Poppleton
Muth Sebastian, laborer, 671 Penn. avenue
Muth John, shoemaker, 21 Stirling
Muthern Michael, gro. and liquor deal., 313 e
Muthert Fred. & Aug., tobaccon's, 80 s Eutaw
Muts Richard, turner, 66 Raborg
RANCE CO., of Baltimore, Commercial
buildings, 45 Gay
Mutual (U. S.,) Life Ins Co., office 59 Second
Myer Frederick, cab. maker, 219 Henrietta
Myer George, cooper, 136 Regester
Myer Henry, laborer, 278 s Ann
Myer Henry, porter, 168 Burgundy alley
Myer James & Co., wh. grocers and com. mts.,
61 s Calvert, h J. M. Hanover
Myer Esaias, clothier, 163 Franklin
Myer Bernard, 238 Hanover
Myer Alex., ship, master, 79 s Bond
Myer Frederick, stave dealer, 263 s Bond
Myer Ingal, basket maker, 22 Union

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