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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Spann Charles F., rigger, 200 s Wolf
Spandar Brigman, laborer, 94 s Spring
Spanganbard Henry, tinner, 27 Baker's court
Spangler Charles, 240 Mulberry
Spangler John, clerk. 110 Pine
Spangler Levi, clothier, 62 Center market
Spangler Matthias, tavern, 2 South
Spangler Susan, 14 Josephine
SPARHAWK STEARNS, currier 22 Water,
h 27 Fremont
Sparklin Barton J. chairmaker 10 w Falls ave-
nue, h 45 n Exeter
Sparklin Samuel, 118 Granby
Sparklin Tilghman W., pr. but. dep., 172 e Balt
Sparks Levi, carpenter, 780 Baltimore
Sparks Sneed, ship carpenter, 134 Cross
Sparks William, tailor, 185 Lee
Sparks Thomas, machinist, 166 Cathedral
Spar John, machinist, 19 Scott
Sparl Christian, wheelwr't, Burke st n of Boston
Sparn Val., Patuxent st, Canton
Sparrow, Dr. Lewis G., 94 Barrow
Sparsn Conrad, laborer, 58 Hampstead
Spates Richard, furniture wagon, 1 n Poppleton
Spates John, brush maker, 324 n Eutaw
Spatzel Philip, ship builder, 101 Lancaster
Spavin William, blacksmith, 567 w Lombard
Speaker Henry, laborer, 348 Baltimore
Speaks James H., tinner and stove worker, 17
n Poppleton
Speaks John, coach maker, 556 w Pratt
Speamer Henry, shoemaker, 92 s Exeter
Spear Leonard, 62 e Pratt
SPEAR ALEXANDER L., importer and man-
ufacturer of watches and jewelry, 66 Balt, h
87 e Pratt
Spear Capt. James, 336 e Lombard
Spear Otis, (S. Weston & Co.) h 24 n Greene
Spear (Otis) Weston & Co., agents Fairbank's
platform scales, 37 s Charles. See card
SPEAR WM., agent U. S. Life Insurance Co.,
office 65 Second, h 5 Lexington
Spears Mrs., 166 Spring
Speck Conrad, laborer, 213 Bethel
Speck Wm. H. B., tavern keeper, 309 s Bond
Spedden George A., carpenter, 148 Barre
Spedden Major Edward, brick maker, office 170
Light st wharf, h 109 Con way
Spedden Rob. H., brickmaker, 34 s Republican
Spedden Thomas, brickmaker, 810 w Balt.
Spedden Vincent P., brickmak., 450 w Lombard
Spedden Vincent P., feed and liquor dealer, h
808 Baltimore
Speed Capt. James R., 230 e Fayette
Spegel John, tailor, 224 Alice Anna
Spell Henry, whitewasher, 139 Exeter
Spellacy Mary, 8 s Amity
Spellacy Martin, 26 Boothe
Spellman John, shoemaker, 11 Front
Spellman Patrick, 127 Alice Anna
Spelter John, tailor, 332 s Bond
Spence George W., 184 Chesnut
Spence Elijah, 80 Gough
Spence George, (Morrow & S.) h 25 Albemarle
Spence Graham K., 100 n Paca
Spence Harman plasterer, 221 s Paca
Spence Hugh, ship carpenter, 12 Bevan alley
Spence Lydia A , 175 Colombia
Spence John, laborer, 117 Peirce
SPENCE (Wm. W.) & REED, (Andrew) ship
and commission merchants, 72 Spear's wharf

317 SCH

Spence Wm. W., (Spence & Reid,) 36 Cathedral
Spence Enoch, engineer, 169 Regester
Spencer Andrew, laborer, 77 Chapel
Spencer Charlotte, 20 Pearl
Spencer Henry, 137 s Spring
Spencer Jervis, attorney at law, 40 w Fayette, h
120 Monument
Spencer John M., variety store, 478 w Balt.
Spencer Joseph H., (Meredith, Spencer & Co.) h
274 Lexington
Spencer Matilda, 61 s Paca
Spencer Peregrine G., ship carpenter, 268 e
Spencer Thomas, grocer, 228 Eastern avenue
Spencer Thompson, book keeper, 318 n Eutaw
Spencer William T., 125 Gough
Spencer Wm. P., furniture and Venitian blind
manufacturer, 32 s Calvert, h 4 n Caroline
Spendel Mary, 63 Hillen
Speovier George D , 62 n Paca
Sperl John, huckster, 342 Penn. avenue
Sperzel Aloisius, shoemaker, 11 Park
Spetzler Chas., gro. and liq. dealer, 67 Harrison
Spese Michael, huckster, 73 Union
Spicer Chs , sext 3d Presby. church, 218 Biddle
Spicer Eliza J., milliner and variety store, 292
w Pratt
Spicer Hiram, grocer and liquor dealer, 430 w
Spicer Jno,. tailor, 163 Franklin, h 214 Mulberry
Spicer John, brickmaker, 294 Johnson
Spicer Nathaniel, coachwright, 11 n Frederick
Spicer Samuel G., 180 n Caroline
Spicer Thomas, clerk U. S. District and Circuit
courts, C. H. lane, h 92 Eutaw
Spidel Henry, shoemaker, 4 Jasper
Spieker Heinrich, grocer, 20 Fawn
Spiers Rosanna, 38 Preston
Spies Charles L, dancing school, over s e eor
Charles and Balt, h 23 Pearl



Dancing & Waltzing


Open from September till May,


Corner Baltimore and Charles Sts.,

With increased facilities of affording to young
Ladies, Misses, Masters and Gentlemen, a thor-
ough and practical knowledge of the above ele-
gant accomplishment his course of instruction
is thoroughty systematic, and embraces all the



Spies Emil., tailor, 72 Mulberry
Spies George C., tailor, 83 n Front
Spies John G., brickmaker, yard Ferry road. h
224 Light
Spies Margaret, 96 Hill

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