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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Bill Broker,

No. 81 Second Street,



Spring Robert, book & print dealer, 62 s Calvert
Spring Wolf R., horse dealer, 30 Center market
Springer (Moses H.,) Freidenrich (Faust) &
Co., wholesale clothiers, 305 Baltimore
Springer Moses H., (S., Freidenrich & Co.,)
118 Mulberry
Springer Henry, laborer, 256 Eastern avenue
Springier John, shoemaker, 3 Baker's court
Springsteel Benj., ship joiner, 297 Eastern av
Sprink Henry, laborer, 269 Hughes
Sproston Jane, 201 w Fayette
Sprowl William, carter, 235 n Canal
Sprowl Mrs., 257 e Monument
Spruce James, shoemaker, 318 e Monument
Sprucebank Benjamin, watchman Susq. R. R.
depot, 289 Cathedral
SPURRIER NELSON, conveyancer, 4 Spur-
rier's court, h 602 w Fayette
Spurrier Wm., clerk B. & O. Railroad, 47 s
Spurrier Windham, conveyancer, h 124 Pine
Spurrier George D., 62 n Paca
Spurrier Grafton, bookkeeper, 7 n Paca
Sry James, 25 s Sharp
Squise John, laborer, 279 s Wolf
Sraup Chr.. cabinet maker, 83 Orchard
Sriner Henry, lailor, 255 Franklin
Sriner John, 441 Light
Sriter Frederick, laborer, 286 Alice Anna
Sroud Wm., bricklayer, 390 Harford avenue
Sroud John, rope maker, 392 Harford av
Srum Peter, laborer, 203 Bethel
Srut Christian, 59 Portland
Ssyder Hammon, grocer, 188 e Lombard
Staab John, tailor, 72 Somerset
STABLER EDWARD H. & CO., wholesale
druggists, 148 w Pratt, h E. H. S. 205 w Lom-
bard. See advertisements
Stabler Fran., (E. H. S. & Co.) 203 w Lombard
Stack James, grocer and liquor dealer, 134 Low
Stack John, carpenter, 53 Beuren
Stacy Geo. W., harness maker, 19 Concord
Stader George, laborer, 33 Regester
Stadter John, laborer, 22 w Pratt
Staen Peter, 262 Cathedral
Staffer Daniel, painter, 404 Lexington
Staffer Lewis, carpenter, 406 Lexington
Stafford James, Towson street, Locust Point

320 STA

Stafford Lewis, 96 York avenue
Stafford Moses, laborer, 279 Forest
Stafford Richard, carpenter, 233 n Canal
Stafford Capt. Wm. W., 273 e Baltimore
Stafford John, 399 s Charles
Stafford John, carter, 65 James' lane
Stafford Nicholas & James, carpenters, 38 Falls
h Orleans
Stagelar George, cabinet maker, 28 Sarah Ann
Stagers John, shoemaker, 55 s Eutaw
Stagleman Jefferson A., bricklayer, 267 n Eden
Staggliman Abraham, shoemaker, 179 n Canal
Stagmer William H., plumber, 170 East
Stagner Michael, potter, 356 Canton avenue
Stahl Charles G., baker, 247 Orleans
Stahl Edward L., apothecary and druggist, cor
Charles and Pratt, h 43 George
Stahl George, sen., carpenter, 11 Grant, h 356
Stahl Jacob, jr., tin and sheet iron worker, 151
Stahn & Merz, coach lace and fringe manufac-
turers, 26 s Calvert
Staile Michael, tavern keeper, 99 n Paca
Stain Henry, flour and feed dealer, 44 Union
Stainberger John, laborer, 54 Union
Staines Samuel, carpenter, Essex st, Canton
Staker Geo., gro. and liq. dealer, 53 L. Church
Staler Henry, fancy goods deal., 193 s Broadway
Staley John, shoemaker, 37 e Monument
Stalfort Frederick, currier, 326 w Pratt, h 54 s
Stall Benedict, gro. & liq. dealer, 73 Jefferson
Stall Joseph, bricklayer, 174 n Fremont
Stall Daniel, stone mason, 448 w Lombard
Stall George, carpenter, 123 Raborg, h 580 w
Stall Jacob, 185 e Baltimore
Stall Philip, basket maker, 706 Penn. av
Stallings Joseph A., chair maker, 61 n Eden
Stallings Lewis, brickmaker, 124 Scott
Stallings Samuel R., bricklayer, 18 e Monument
Stallings, Wm. C., ladies' shoemak., 254 n Gay
Stallings Wm. W., brickmaker, 188 Ramsay
Stallings Louisa, 144 Columbia
Stallings Samuel, brickmaker, 144 Columbia
Stambrink Frederick, sailor, 250 William
Staminger Jacob, laborer, 34 Welcome alley
Stamman Chas. G , carpenter, 167 Aisquith
Stammers Sheppard, conductor of Bryan, Mait-
land & Co's distillery, Clinton s of Boston
Stamp Office State of Maryland, 13 North
Stampel Julius, tobacconist, 19 Holliday, h 19
Standiford Philip, carpenter, 151 Hollins
Standiford Elizabeth, 160 Pearl
Standiford James, plasterer, 169 Lee
Staner Alexander, tailor, 24 Regester
Stanes James, laborer, 254 Light
Staneway Jacob, cabinet maker, 38 Slemmer al
Stanfield Wm., stone cutter, 10 s Fremont
Stanford Henry, hatter, 239 n Bond
Stanford Thomas, hatter, 115 w Pratt, h 97 n
Stanford Thomas H., h 216 Saratoga
Stanford Edward P., carpenter, 7 Bolton
Stanger John, 26 Boyd
Stanislaus Joseph, clerk, 127 Cathedral
Stanley James, brush maker, 20 Garden
Stanley John P. E., (S. & McConkey,) h 66 St.

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