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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
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Kuhn Joseph, grocer, e side Penn avenue 2 doors n ofBiddle st
Kumer ——— watchmaker, dw 63 n Gay st
Kummer John, shoemaker, Howard st 5 doors s of German
Kummerer John L. shoemaker. Harford avenue n of Madison st|
Kunder Harman, porter, Perry st w of Sharp
Kurtz Rev. Benjamin, superintendent Lutheran Book Concern,
dw Lexington st w ol Charles
Kurtz Edward, commission merchant, 43 s Gay st
Kurtz J. F. & P. K. dry goods mts. 59 w Lexington st cor Stagart
Kunz John, tailor, Marion st e of Eutaw
Kurtz Jacob, carpenter, n Frederick st near Etna lane, dw Cen-
tre st e of St Paul
Kurtz Rev. D. Holliday st n of Orange alley
Kurtz Henry, mariner, 51 Bond st
Kurtz Michael, shoemaker, Schroeder st n of Lexington
Kurtz John, labourer, Johnson st. s of West
Kurtz John, w side Eutaw st n of Franklin
Kurtz Charles, hatter, n side Sterling st e of Mott
Kuster C. L. firm Schaer & Kusler, dw Conway st w of Hanover
Kuszmaul L. shoemaker, York avenue n of Madison st
Kyer Bartholmeus, e side Beuren st s of Madison
Kyle A. B. firm Dinsmore & Kyle, dw cor Hanover & Perry sta
LABBY Lewis, nightman, Eden st n of Monument
Lahricue Anna, tailoress, e side High st s of Hillen
Laconich L. confectioner, cor Gough and Caroline sts
Ladd Wm. 138 n Paca st
Laesrnot A dim, labourer, Schroeder st n of Lexington
Lafalonier Ann C. Wilk st e of Market
Laferty James, tanner, Harford avenue n of Madison st
Lafetra S. P. dry goods dealer, s side Gay st 2 doors w of High-
and shoe factory w Pratt
Lafetra Jacob, shoemaker, 61 w Pratt st. dw 23 n Gay
Lafever Charles, cabinet maker, Monument st w of Ensor
Lafever Abraham, printer, 17 n Exeter st
Lafever David, whip and cane maker, Temple st near Baltimore
Lafferty Mrs. milliner, w side High st 4 doors n of Gay
Lafferty Wm. W. carpenter, w side High st 4 doors n of Gay
Laffin Sarah, millinery, 64 s Charles st
LaFleur mrs Elizabeth, tailoress, Canal st n of Orleans
LaFonte madam Mary, 83 Albemarlest
Lahay ———— labourer, Richmond st e of Tyson
Laimbeer misses M. & E. milliners, cor Saratoga and Charles
Lainhardt Wm. clothier, 45 Second st 3 doors e of Frederick
Lainhardt George, carter, Shakspeare st w of Market
Lainhart Mary, Philpot st w of Thames
Laiuhart Henry, wheelwright, n side Low st w of Exeter
Lainhart George, cabinet maker, rear of 58 n Gay st
Lake John, cabinet maker, w side High st n of Gay
Lake & Co. merchants, 8 s Charles st up stairs
Lakeman Martha, Exeter st n of Pitt


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