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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Truad Michael, tanner, 512 Penn. avenue
Truckenbauch Peter, cigar mak., 11 Shakspeare
Trucil Samuel, coach trimmer, 218 s Sharp
Truett Oliver, produce dealer, corner Cheapside
and Pratt
Truett William R., clerk, 138 Hanover
Trull Ann, 42 n Calvert
Truman Frederick, blacksmith, 177 Raborg
Truman John, tailor, 149 Durham
Truman John F., shoemaker, 159 Raborg
Truman William, machinist, 133 Raborg
Trumb Mary, 471 Saratoga
Trumbow Henry C., watchman, 63 Perry
TRUMP CHARLES & SON, lumber mer., w
Falls avenue, h C. T. 136 Park







Commission Merchants,


Office of the Company, Exchange Place.

The above is a free burning Red Ash Anthracite Coal
from the Mines of the Short Mountain Coal Company, and
is peculiarly adapted to steam purposes and domestic use,
requiring but little draught and remaining ignited when in
but small quantities.

Trump John, laborer, 58 Bank


Trundle Nicholas, tailor, 77 Thames
Trunch John, 263 Fish market
Trusel Samuel, coach trimmer, 30 Ensor
Trusler Peter, paver, 44 Harford avenue
Trust Anthony, sugar refiner, 12 Fish market
Trust Herman, baker, 6 Hill
Trust Jacob, importer of German, French, En-
glish & fancy goods, 312 Baltimore, h 317
Truxley Isaac, plasterer, 103 William
Tryding Conrad, 209 Hollins
Tschubic Peter, 196 s Charles
Tschudy Samuel 237 Saratoga
Tschudy Just, jeweler and clockmak., 220 Light
Tsmer Charles F., 359 Canton avenue
Tucker Daniel, 44 Boyd
Tucker Aaron, laborer, 2 Little Carlton
Tucker Benjamin, 660 Light
Tucker Eli, carpenter, 36 Orchard
Tucker George W., cupper & leecher, 15 Front
Tucker Capt. Gassaway, 77 s Caroline
Tucker Isaac, laborer, 177 Henrietta
Tucker Henson, rope maker, 420 Light
Tucker Henry R., com. mer. 52 s Gay, h 177 n

Tucker John W., ship joiner, 111 Orleans
Tucker John, waterman, 133 Henrietta
Tucker John T., shoemaker, 485 Baltimore
Tucker John B., mariner, 89 s Wolf
TUCKER JOHN H., chairmaker, 2 w Balt.,
adjoining bridge, h 28 Stiles

343 TUR

Tucker John W., blacksmith, 62 Henrietta
Tucker Joseph R., chairmaker, 158 Chesnut
Tucker Joseph, daguerreotypist, 131 1-2 Balti-
more, h 20 s Howard
TUCKER R. & H. R., ship com. mer., 52 s Gay,
up stairs, h R. T. cor Howard and Ross
Tucker Morton, watchman, 236 Madison
Tucker Samuel, carpenter, 84 n Poppleton
Tucker Seaborn, carter, 156 Washington
Tucker William A., h 65 Lexington
Tucker Wesley A., (Goodhand, T. & Smith) h
20 s Howard
Tucker William, 35 s Ann
Tuckey Wm. E., painter, 63 s Caroline
Tuder Ellen, grocer, 7 Abbott
Tudor Henry C., carpenter, 346 Fayette, shop
165 Raborg
Tudor John, carpenter. 60 Raborg
Tuer Mary Ann, 62 Mullikin
Tuft George, net maker, 94 Hillen
Tuepner Wm., carver, 204 w Pratt
Tukart Adam, carter, 177 s Canal
Tull Thomas J., wholesale grocer and com. mer.
63 s Calvert, h 54 Saratoga
Tully Bernard, organ builder, 167 s Greene
Tully Patrick, porter, 103 n Calvert
Tully Pat., laborer, n e cor Calvert & Foundry
Tully Philip, 3 Liberty alley
Tully Margaret, 40 Orchard
Tumblesome Charles H. and Joseph Rush, pa-
per hangers, 109 s Broadway



Paper Hangers


Venitian Blind Manufacturers,

109 Broadway,

West Side, between Gough and Bank Streets,


In store, Paper Hangings of every descrip-
tion, of the latest patterns and prettiest styles.
Also Borderings, Fire Board Prints, Mouldings,
&c. Venitian Blinds, Reed Blinds, Window
Shades, and Linen Curtains, Table and Floor
Oil Cloths, Door Mats, &c.
Paper Hanging done in the City or Coun-
try at the shortest notice and on the most rea-
sonable terms.


Tumbleson Wm., collector, 105 s Sharp
Tumbleson Wm., boat builder, h 142 Hanover
Tume Patrick, laborer, 160 s Dallas
Tumony John, blacksmith, 210 Holliday
Tunis Alexander, ladies' shoemaker, 236 n Gay
Tunis Samuel, hatter, 100 Ross
Tupman Hammond, 70 Bethel
Turfield Philip, cabinet maker, 134 s Greene
Turford Joseph, carpeter, 267 Raborg, h Fayette
Turnbull Alex., (T. Slade & Co.) h 63 Franklin
Turnbull Eveline, 46 Sharp
TURNBULL JOHN, carpet and oil cloth ware-
house, 242 Balt, h 511 w Fayette
Turnbull Jno., jr., (T. Slade & Co.) h. 461 Fayette

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