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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Bridges Wm. fruiter, and confec., 315 w Balti-
more, h 42 German
Bridiling Jacob, laborer, 164 Regester
Briding Ernst W. saddler, 179 Pratt, h 48
Briding Wm. saddler, 48 Portland
Bridlesparker, Chas. baker, 190 Hollins
Bridner Martin, baker. 21 n Paca
Brien Luke T., 166 n Calvert
Brigelman John, laborer, 63 Happy al
Briggs Chas. carter, 330 e Fayette
Briggs Jas. engineer, Andre st. Locust Point
Briggs Sarah, seamstress. 73 Ross
Briggs Thos. butcher, 769 Penn. av
Brigham Elijah W. 12 St. Paul
Bright Henry, plasterer, 34 Neighbour
Brignar Bernard, blacksmith, 68 s Paca
Brightner John, tailor, 120 York av
Briker Joseph, tailor, 42 n Canal
Brill Geo. shoemaker, 37e Monument
Brill Rudolph, teacher, Port st. Canton
Brill Wm. tailor, 44 Hampstead
Brill Wm. tailor, 248 s Sharp
Brillar John, shoemaker, 8 Regester
Brimner Arch, gardener, 130 Garden
Brinckmeyer Chas tobacconist, 3 e Baltimore
Bringman Josiah T. H. proof reader "Ameri-
can," 58 Pine
Brink Jos. 195 s Ann
Brinkley Joseph B. wh. grocer & com. mt. 59 s
Calvert, h 100 e Pratt
Brinkman Chas. gro. & liq. deal., 298 Saratoga
Brinkman Henry, laborer, 14 Concord
Brinkman Mary, 28 Lee
Brinkmyer Conrad, shoemaker, 465 Baltimore
Brinley John, laborer, 173 Regester
Briscoe Dr. John H. 73 St. Paul
Briscoe Margaret, 101 Mullikin
Briscoe Wm. H. porter, 195 s Charles
Brish John, laborer, Cannon st. Canton
Brison James, 98 Lee
Bristor (Wm. B.) & Co. prs. lottery office, 56 w
Pratt, h 25 e Fayette
Brithingham John, 191 Hamburg
Britner John, tailor, 233 Eager
Britt Severn, grocer, 162 Pearl
Brittam Adam, tailor, 37 Chapel
Brittenburg Jacob, shoemaker, 164 s Wolf
Britton Julia, 258 w Madison
Britton Richard W. grocer, 113 High, h 30
Britton Wm. shoemaker. 54 Henrietta
BROAD THEODORE E., hat and cap manu-
facturer, 248 Baltimore
BROADBENT A. G., fancy dry goods dealer
18 n Charles
Broadbent Gershom, dry goods imp. 18 n Chas.
Broadbent Stephen, note, bill & specie broker, h
37 n Gay, office 17 w Fayette
Broadbent Wm. fancy trim. deal. 147 Balt.
Broaders Henry, pr. tavern, 113 Camden
Broadwood Richard, moulder, 337 Light
Broakner Daniel, shoemaker, 209 Biddle
Broatsman Sebastian, tailor, 58 Clay
Brockmeiew Frank, comb maker, 155 Stirling
Brockmeyer, Henry, gro. & liq, deal. 186 Stirl'g
Brodback Amos, potter 228 e Monument
BRODBECK WILLIAM, dyer & scourer, h
45 German
Broderick Ann, grocer & liq. deal., 12 Foundry
Broderick Wm. grocer, 33 York av

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Brodick John, 59 s Spring
Broekmyers Onno, gro. & liq. deal. 195 Light
Brogunier John J., cab. maker, 309 Saratoga
Broker Henry, tailor, 350 Ensor
Broker John, machinist 152 Henrietta
Brome Wm. H. pilot, 14 s Bond
Bromley Jesse, laborer, 129 Washington
Bromwell Alfred, tailor, 137 n Bond
Bromwell Geo. W., ladies' shoemak. 158 s Ann
Brornwell Wm. com. mt., Buchanan's whf. h
254 n Howard
Brone Francis, laborer, 285 s Wolf
Broney Albert, laborer. 18 New
Bront Henry, cooper, 27 Madison
Brook Rev. Benjamin F., 39 Fawn
Brook Christian, carpenter, 13 Buren
Brook Henry, clothier, 320 w Pratt, h 180 Han-
Brook Rev. John T. 279 w Fayette
Brook Thomas H. tailor, 6 Emory
Brooke Rev. George Gibson, 22 Hill
Brooke Jas. J. (Kilburn & B.) 96 s High
Brooke Richard H. broker, h 10 n Exeter
Brooker John, laborer, 29 Union
Brookman John, nightman. 226 n EJen
Brookhart Wm. plasterer, 161 York av
Brookman Fredk.(C. Brooks, Son & Co.) How-
ard House
Brookman Philip, 311 Alice Anna
Brooks Benedict J., machinist, 219 Canton av
Brooks Carroll, clock maker, 301 Saratoga
Brooks Carlisle, painter, 23 Park
Brooks Charles, tailor, 137 Mulberry
ters and jobbers, in foreign and domestic dry
goods, 345 Baltimore, C. B. h Madison av
Brooks Clara, 11 n Republican
Brooks Eliza A. 16 Courtland
Brooks Elizabeth, 6 Armistead lane
Brooks Geo. W. carpenter, 59 Chew
Brooks Henry P. attv. at law, No. 1 law build-
ings, Lexington st., h 102 w Fayette
Brooks Henry, cigar maker. 75 s Fremont
Brooks Henry, mt. tailor. 320 w Pratt, h 180
Brooks Isaac, paper hanger. 24 e Balt., h 117
Brooks Isaac, office, 68 s calvert, dw Front
Brooks James, laborer, 211 s Wolf
Brooks John grocer, 6 Douglass
Brooks John, carpenter, 269 s Sharp
Brooks John, W. Chesapeake st
Brooks John, cow keeper, 71 Holland
Brooks J. C. (Towner & Brooks) 342 Balt
Brooks John, tailor, 193 w Fayette
Brooks John, iron merchant, dw 65 n Charles
Brooks John, shoemaker, 9 e Pratt
Brooks Louisa, cap mkr., 250 n Gay
Brooks Mary A. 57 McHenry
Brooks Mary, 127 s Eden
Brooks Margaret, tavern, 72 Conway
Brooks Mrs. 20 n Caroline
Brooks N. C.. principal of Baltimore Female
College, 53 St. Paul
Brooks Nicholas, 163 w Pratt
Brooks, Peter B. watchman, 358 s Charles
Brooks Reb. boarding house, 9 s Frederick
Brooks Richd. H. (Kane & B.) dw 10 n Exeter
Brooks Richd. milkman, 10 w Addison
Brooks Rodney R. painter, dw 39 Ross
Brooks Samuel, tin dealer, 730 w Baltimore
Brooks Samuel R., paper hanger, 91 Jefferson

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