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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Reeves Geo. W., laborer, Port st, Canton
Reves Joseph F., oyster dealer, Castle alley
Reeves Wm., blacksmith, 458 Saratoga
Regan John, grocer, 3 Constitution
Regan James, laborer, 201 Preston
Regar John, cooper, 186 s Charles
Regdon Robert M., blacksmith, 545 Baltimore
Regelien Frederick, tavern keeper, 41 Penn, av
Regendoulph Simon, pedlar, 195 Alice Anna
Regester Ann Maria, boarding house, 12 s Gay
Regester Joshua, (Clampitt & R.) 168 n Exeter
Regester Robert W., ship joiner, 157 Hughes
Register of Wills, (Nathl. Hickman) office Re-
cord buildings, cor St. Paul and Lexington
Reid Archibald, grocer, 105 South, h 157 s Paca
Reid Chas. A., of M. E. Church, 293 Aisquith
Reid Dr. George A. V., 93 s Paca
Reid Andrew, (Spence & R.) 64 Franklin
Reid Bethia, variety goods dealer, 179 n Eutaw
Reid Hon. James A., judge Orphan's Court, of-
fice Record buildings, St. Paul
Reid Jesse D., reporter "Sun," 171 e Pratt
Reid John, clerk, 226 Columbia
Reid John, 56 Rock
Reid John O., (Gwyn & R.) 100 Monument
Reid Lewis, butcher, 44 Hampstead
Reid Samuel, carpenter, 5 Henrietta, h Sharp
Reid Sophia, 37 Mulberry
Reid Ruth, 45 s Exeter
Reid Thos. N., agent and collector, 381 w Pratt
Reid Wm., omnibus driver, 194 Garden
Reid William, shoemaker, 2 Tyson
Reidel Christian, 179 Regester
Reider Caspar, laborer, Clinton st n of Boston
Reider George, cigar maker, 124 Raborg
Reider Richard, shoemaker, 145 e Pratt
Reifner John R, pr. hacks, 180 Alice Anna
Reifner John, hackman, 176 Canton avenue
Redstock Chs., gro. and liq. dealer, 367 s Eutaw
Reigan Martin, laborer, 84 Richmond
Reifsnider Levi S., hatter, 28 n Howard
Reigart Henry F., teller, Marine bank, h 120
Reikhart Henry, 8 s Bond
Reiley James, gro. and liq. dealer, 3 Beuren
Reiley Matthew, 48 Liberty alley
Reiley Philip, 126 Garden
Reiley Polydore E.. hat and cap maker, 82½ C.
Reilley Rev. James McKendree, adjoining Exe-
ter M. E. Church
Reilly Alice, boarding house, 43 Eastern av
Reilly Dennis, grocer, 218 n Howard
REILLY GEORGE, hack keeper, 25 w Lomb'd
Reilly John F., machinist, 25 Concord
Relly John, laborer, 193 Bethel
Reilly Joseph, restaurant, basement 11 South
Reilly Mrs. doctress, 129 e Monument
Reiesh Lewis, barber, 266 s Bond
Reilly Michael, laborer, 172 n Front
Reilly Patrick, (Cooper & R.) tavern, 53 Center
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Reilly Patrick, marble cutter, 200 Garden
Reilly Mrs., grocer, 127 e Montgomery
Reimann Gotheff, barber, 120 Thames
Reimff Joseph, barber, 356 w Pratt
Reiman Robert G.. clerk 137 w Madison
Reimour Lewis, shoemaker, 112 s Greene
Reindeman Charles, porter, 148 Camden
Reineck Peter, 17 Watson
Reineker, Martha J., milliner, 291 n Gay

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Reindollar Jacob T., carpenter, 6 St. Mary
Reinhard John M., baker, 221 s Ann
Reinhardt Chas., teacher German Seminary,
160 e Baltimore
Reinhardt, laborer, 43 Leadenhall
Reinhardt Chas. C. &Co., cutlers and surgical
instrument manufacturers, 11 Light







2 doors below the Fountain Inn,


Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment

of Surgical and Dental Instruments, at the low-

est cash prices. Patentees and Manfacturers of

the late and most approved Glass Pad double

and single Lever Truss, patented 24th Septem-

ber, 1844.


Reinhardt John C.. carter. 9 Leadenhall
Reinhart Bernard, grocer 123 Madison
Reinhart Conrad, carpenter, 120 Henrietta
Reins Chas., laborer, 63 Hillen
Reinwald John, tailor, 43 Chatsworth
REINZ CHRISTOPHER, piano maker, 88 n
Reip Alfred H., furnishing and tin store, 237
Baltimore, h 285 w Lombard
Reip Edward H., tinner, 207 w Fayette
Reip Henry, grocer, Eden st above Chew
Reip Henry, tin and sheet iron work., 28 n Paca
Reirhenbarhar Frederick, carpenter, 22 Cove al
Reirs Wm., mate, 228 s Ann
Reier R., 43 James' lane
Reis John, tailor, 17 Somerset
Reise John, copper smelter, Clinton st, Canton
Reisenger George, shoemaker, 441 Saratoga
Reisinger George, cigar maker, 355 Franklin
Reisinger Lewis, hackman, 382 Cross
Reisinger Wm., plane maker, 490 w Lexington
Reisinger Wm., bacon dealer, 147 e Monument
Reisner Wm., confectioner, 18 Jew alley
Reiss John, tailor, 23 Harrison
Reister A. H., saddler, 107 n Gay. See card
Reister, Elias, saddler, 395 Baltimore
Reister John, grocer, 143 w Madison
Reister Margaret, milliner, 69 s Sharp
Reiter Dorothea, 410 West
Reiter Frederick, grocer, 488 w Lexington
Reiter Harman H., tailor, 19 s Caroline
Reiter Philip, carpenter, 292 e Pratt
Reith Adam, 111 n Canal
Reitz Henry L., grocer, 86 n Gay, h 137 n Front

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