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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Shoup Christian, tailor, 181 e Pratt
Shouse Wm., shoemaker, 341 s Charles
Show Charles, tailor, 77 Bond
Show William, 37 Pearl
Showacre Henry C., tobacconist, 73 Columbia
Showacre George W., carpenter, 361 w Fayette
Showacre John, tobacconist, 169 s Paca
Shower John, 32 Elizabeth
Shrack Levi, laborer, 156 Regester
Shrader Frederick, 73 Albemarle
Shrager Adam, 17 Goodman's alley
Shreck Albert, comb maker, 305 e Lombard
Shreck Elizabeth, 11 Wolf
Shreck Jacob N., (S. & Hanson) 88 Aisquith
Shreck Mrs. L. H., comb and variety dealer, 4 e
Shreck Charles, blacksmith, 59 s Oregon
Shreder John, last maker, 47 Harrison
Shreeves John D., shoemaker, 196 Eager
Shriber Wm, surgical insfru't maker, 68 s Paca
Shrier Conrad, milk dealer, 184 Alice Anna
Shrike Jacob., car builder, 743 Baltimore
Shriner Christian, tailor, 269 Hanover
Shriner Alexander, steamboat agent, 27 George
Shriner Peter, clerk, 138 Franklin
Shriner Frederick, laborer, 87 Orchard
Shriner John, grocer, 50 n Schroeder
Shriver Henry, shoemaker, 311 Forest
Shriver John, shoemaker, 8 Water
Shriver James, (S. & Myer,) 192 Biddle

305 SHU

Shriver John G., musician, 85 Regester
Shriver John, mariner, 3 Bank
Shriver John S., pres. N. Y. and Phil. propellers
steamboat line, 3 Light st whf., h 186 Franklin
SHRIVER J. A., agent, N. York and Balt. and
Phil. transp'n line steamboat Co., 3 Light st
whf., h George
Shriver & Brown, painters, 166 Baltimore
Shriver Miriam, 129 s Greene
Shriver Martin, 12 Little Gough
Shriver (James) & Myer, (Thomas J.) import,
hardware, 344 Baltimore
Shroder Christian, piano mak., 1 Baker's court
Shroder William, 221 Franklin
Shroeder P., 224 German
Shrote William, bricklayer, 16 Warner
Shroud John, rope maker, 392 Harford avenue
Shroudenback Joseph B., turner, 196 s Bond
Shrul Frederick, laborer, 60 Bethel
Shryac George W., carp., Pearl, shop 316 Pratt
SHRYOCK HENRY S., cabinet, chair and sofa
manufacturer and undertaker, 64 and 66 w
Fayette, h 96
Shryock Thomas, cabinet maker, 67 Thompson
Shu John, laborer, 80 Bethel
Shubart Benner, carpenter, 274 s Ann
Shubrook William, watchman, 154 s Greene
Shubart Christian, laborer, 21 Concord
Shuck Adam, hatter, 19 Constitution
Shuck Michael, watchman, 84 s Durham

H. C. SHRIVER, late with Laning. W. BROWN, late of New York.






Block & Carved


Of every description,

166 Baltimore St.

One door above Adams & Co's Express
Office. SIGNS promptly executed.


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