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AMRSTRONG ANDREW, wh. grocer and
commission merchant, 60 South, h 61 Barre
Armstrong Benj. H. machin. Clinton n Boston
Armstrong & Berry, publishers, booksellers,
stationers, bookbinders, &c. 15G Baltimore
ARMSTRONG, (Thos.) CATOR (Robinson
W.) & CO. millinery goods dealers, 175

Armstrong Charles, machinist, 48 s Republican
Armstrong [Wm ] & Denny [John] cabinet ma-
kers, 263 Light, cor. Montgomery
Armstrong Eliza R. 329 Fayette
Armstrong Henry, shoemaker, Saratoga w of
Armstrong Henry, [H. & J. A.] rear 97 n High
Armstrong Henry, 14 e Fayette
Armstrong Hosea, grocer, Clinton s of Boston
Armstrong James, moulder, 1 Valery
candle manufacturers, 31 Concord, dw J. A.
30 Stiles






Offer for sale SOAP and CANDLES, TAL

LOW. &c., on pleasing terms. Tallow wanted

and the highest market price given.

Armstrong James, carpenter, 250 e Monument
Armstrong James A. bricklayer, 303 Cross
Armstrong James, saddler, 130 s High
Armstrong James L broker, of. 24 Second, h
52 n Greene
Armstrong John, com'n merchant, 54 s Exeter
Armstrong John A. attorney at law, 8 St. Paul
Armstrong Mary, 58 s Green
Armstrong Robert G. [A. & Berry] 14 n Eutaw
Armstrong Solomon, watchman, 218 Bank
Armstrong Thomas, saddle and harness maker
11 n Liberty
Armstrong Thomas, 43 Dallas
Armstrong Thomas, [A. & Cator,] 17 Barnet
Armstrong Thomas, laborer, 21 Granby
Armstrong Wm. boat builder, 13 Fountain
Armstrong W. [A & Denny,] 76 William
Arnett Charles, grocer, 166 n Eden
Arnett Wm. H. salesman, 365 n Canal
Arnold Dr. Abraham B. 113 e Lombard
Arnold Clement, porter, 300 Light
Arnold Conrad, carter, 210 Washington
Arnold Conrad, blacksmith, 33 n Amity
Arnold Davis, carter, 164 Ramsay
ARNOLD FRANCIS, surgical instrument
maker, 11 Sharp, h 343 w Lombard
ARNOLD GEORGE W. baker, 120 w Fayette
Arnold George, attorney, 22 Second See card
next page.
Arnold George, cabinet maker, 60 Eastern av
Arnold James, bricklayer, 115 s Greene
Arnold James E. boot fitter, 237 e Lombard
Arnold John, shoe maker, 191 Vine

30 ASY

Arnold John A. F. 83 Johnson
Arnold Joseph, 286 Alice Ann
Arnold Peter, tavern, 61 s Charles
Arnold Phil. 72 s Poppleton
Arnold Richard, cabinet maker, 5 Clay
Arnold Thomas, wood dealer, 53 s Dallas

Arnold Wm. shoe maker, 90 Ensor
Arnold Wm. brakeman, 149 Conway
Aro Lewis, huckster, 115 West
Arold John, second hand dealer, 662 Baltimore
Arrey Elias, shoe maker, 56 Preston
Arrott Wm architect and surveyor, 24½ Second
Arry Edward, carman, 155 n Eden
Arthur David, huckster, 409 n Gay
Arthur Henry, baker, 44 Second, h 32 Camden
Arthur Henry, confectioner, 53 n Eutaw
Arthur Hugh, millwright, 371 Saratoga
Arthur James, saddler, 369 Saratoga
Arthur John, hatter, 36 Jackson
Arthur Mary, 57 Orleans
Arthur Robert, drayman, 197 n Caroline
Arthur Wm. hatter, 30 Aisqutth
Arvey Napoleon, laborer, Castle al. s of Pratt st
Asber John, loborer, Towson st. Locust Point
Ash Mrs. Elizabeth, 15 e Fayette
Ash Israel, 130 Lee
Ash Jacob, 48 Cross
Ash Martha, 95 Preston
Ash Nicholas, laborer, 336 Eastern avenue
Ash Samuel, coach smith, 104 York
Ahart Adam, 29 Eastern av
Ashber Frederick, rag dealer, 2 Harmony lane
Ashborn John, mate, 27 Henrietta
Ashby Jacob R, tailor, 155 n Eutaw
Ashcom Alexander, pilot. 255 Canton av
Ashcroft Robt. [Abrahams &A.] h 264 e Lomb.
Ashearn Jeremiah, carter, 81 n Exeter
Ashley Wm. H. carpenter, 177 German
Ashon Martin, butcher, 237 s Dallas
Ashton Marrow, grocer, 92, h 90 Franklin
Ashton Samuel, coachsmith, 22 Arrnistead lane
Ashton Thomas, iron moulder, 79 s Fremont
Ashton Wm. hatter, 79 French
Ashton Wm. R. book keeper, 119 s Paca
Ash way Geo. laborer, 14 w Pratt
Ashwrik Agustus, cooper, 135 s Caroline
Askew Ann E. dry goods store, 100 Richmond
Askew Charles, carpenter, 101 Preston
Askew Susan, 106 Preston
Askey Charles, laborer, 121 n Canal
Askey James, cabinet maker, 12 Gough,
Askey John, carpenter, 81 Granby
Askey Joseph, carter, 83 Granby
Askey Wm. cooper, 12 Gough
Askow Charles, baker, 121 n Canal
Asmus Daniel, window Wind maker, 64 Perry
Aspriel David T. clerk, 61 s Eden
Astath Jacob, cooper, 39 Bank
Asted Lewis. 67 Granby
Assembly [new] Rooms, n e cor Hanover and
Assembly [old] Rooms, n e cor Fayette and
CO. of. 4 South, John R Moore. Pres't John
Dukehart, Sec'y
Association for improving the Condition of the
Poor, central of. 24 w Fayette, Z. D. Brash-
ears, Sec'y.
Asylum Christ's Church for female children,
25 Garden

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