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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Percer Ann, 6 s Frederick
Percival Dr. C. F., 356 w Fayette
Perdue Laban, millinery goods dealer, 93 n Gay
Peregoy Mrs. C., 122 n Eden
Peregoy Daniel, grocer, 249 Eastern avenue
Peregoy James L., carver and gilder, 247 East-
ern avenue
Peregoy Nelson, bricklayer, 151 Orleans
Peregoy Sarah T., 38 St. Peter
Peregoy Caleb, carpenter, h 250 Saratoga
Peregoy Charles, carpenter, 30 Orchard
Peregoy Elizabeth, boarding house, 19 Biddle
Peregoy James, carpenter, 86 s Ann
Peregoy James, city commissioner City Hall
h 266 w Fayette
Peregoy Jos.. M., reporter "Sun," 32 St. Peter
Peregoy Joseph, cooper, 174 Biddle
Peregoy Joseph, drayman, 269 e Monument
Peregoy Robert, bed and mattress maker, over
9 South, h 70 Harford avenue
Peregoy Samuel, painter, 265 w Pratt
Peregoy Wm. C. D., grocer, 243 n Eden
Peppel John F., tailor, 4 Rose
Peppum Mary, 157 Mulberry
Perine A., 63 Columbia
Perine E. G., prod, and prov. dealer, 68½ Ex-
change Place
Perine M. & Son, stone and earthenware man-
ufacturers, 713 Baltimore
Perine Eliza, shop, 29 Harrison
Perine Mauldin, (M. P. & Son,) 711 Balt
Perine T. Harwood, attorney at law, 30 St. Paul
Perine Thomas, horse dealer, 41 Columbia
PERINE WM. B., at'ty at law, Law Build-
ings, 30 St. Paul
Perkins & Bro's. daguerreotype galleries, n e
cor. Baltimore and North, and 211 Balt, h 36
Perkins & Co., dry goods dealers, 6 n Charles
Perkins Eben F., proprietor oyster saloon, 48 e
Perkins Ellen, 160 Saratoga
PERKINS DR. ELISHA H., apothecary and
chemist, 425 Baltimore
Perkins Frederick, tavern keeper, 16 Fell
Perkins Hector, broom maker, 162 n Eden
Perkins Dr. J. F., (dec'd) 120 n Greene,
Perkins John, 13 Dover
PERKINS JAMES H., druggist and apothecary,
136 n Howard, h 158
Perkins John R., wholesale grocer, 21 Cheap-
side, h 63 Barre
Perkins Joseph T. & Co., apoth. and drug., 124
n Greene
Perkins Palmer L., daguerreotypist, Franklin
building, North st, h 28 Holliday See Card,
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PERKINS & TRAVERS, wholesale grocers
and com. merchants, 55 s Calvert
Perkins Wm. H. & Co., dry good dealers, 6 n
Perkins William, laborer, 18 n Poppleton
Perkinson Dr. John W., 98 Camden
Perrigo James, 24 Biddle alley
Perry Alston A., ship broker, Citv Block, h 166
Perry Ann S.. milliner, 199 n Gay
PERRY (ELIJAH) & CO., locust yard & ship
stock, e end Hughes st, h E. P. 16 Watson
Perry Elijah, of saw mill, C. Block, h 16 Watson
Perry Edward W., clerk, 167 German

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Daguerrian Miniature



N. E. Cor. Baltimore & North Sts,

Opposite the Sun Iron Building,

Entrance on North Street,


The State of the weather makes no difference
in the qualities of the Picture. In dress avoid
White, Blue or Pink.


Perry George, mer. tailor, 192 n Gay, h n Eden
Perry Israel, engineer, 398 w Lombard
Perry James, clerk, 70 William
Perry John, 233 Lexington
Perry Levi, wholesale boot and shoe manufac-
turer, 231 Lexington and 177 w Baltimore
Perry Mrs. 223 n Canal
Perry Sarah, 110 e Pratt
Perry Richard, sailor, 338 Eastern avenue
Perry Thomas, sailor, 179 Hughes
Perte Aug., 77 s High
Petar Michael, laborer, 39 s Regester
Peter John, wheelwright, Clinton n Boston
Pervail John, clerk, 103 s High
Pestor Oust, Burke st, Canton
Petenbergen Francis, 51 Chesnut alley
Peter Barbara, 41 Union
Peter Adam, laborer, 265 e Lombard
Peter Henry, 235 Canton avenue
Peter John, rigger, Alice Anna st, Canton
Peter Michael, shoemaker, 84 n Spring
Peter Lewis, tavern keeper, 5 w Pratt
Peter Philip J., shoemaker, 354 Penn. avenue
Peter Michael, 44 s Howard
Petercup Lewis, 140 Durham
Peterkin Hannah, 68 St. Paul
Peterkin Susan A., 98 St. Paul
Peterkin Wm. S., (Thomas Wilson & Co.) h 2
Franklin square, Carey st
Peterman Charles, cabinet maker, 45 Perry
Peters Adam, carter, 178 Columbia
Peters Ann M., 107 Pearl
Peters Christian G. jr., mer. tailor, 130 Conway
Peters Daniel, grocer, 93 Lexington
Peters Frederick, tavern keeper, 22 w Lombard
Peters Edward J., justice of the peace, St. Paul,
h Calvert
Peters Henry, 27 e Chase
Peters Henry, ship carpenter, 191 s Ann
Peters Jesse T., stock broker, 2 North st., h 96
n Greene
Peters John J., grocer and liquor dealer, 53 s
Peters John E., painter, 146 Pearl

Peters John, sailor, 177 Dallas
Peters John, silversmith, 204 w Fayette

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