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156 LEI

Lecompte Lavinia, 329 n Gay
Lecompte Lloyd, engineer, 234 s Charles
Ledden Samuel, 8 Maiden lane
Leddon Benj, engineer, 33 n Caroline
Leddon George (Meekins & L.) 130 Bond
Lederer Henry, lager beer saloon, 341 s
Lederer Matthews, mor. dress. 82 Harrison
Lederman Lawrence, musician, 192 Stirling
Ledley Daniel H. brickmaker, Lombard
near Carey
Ledley Jacob, laborer, 68 s Howard
Ledley John, machinist, 142 s Greene
Ledley Mary, cake shop, 63 s Howard
LEDLEY WILLIAM, California livery
stables, 86 German, dw 83 s Fremont
Lednum Ann, 128 n Canal
Lee Archibald, laborer, 275 Forrest
Lee Barnev, grocery, 217 n Exeter
Lee Beal, laborer, 93 Boyd
Lee Charles, tailor, 72 Gough
Lee Charles, wheelwright and blacksmith,
412 w Baltimore, dw 15 Pearl
Lee Daniel P. bricklayer, 28 Sterrett
Lee Edmond, painter, 256 e Fayette
Lee Edward, police officer, 804 Baltimore
Lee Elias, carpenter, 532 w Lombard
Lee James O. bricklayer, 14 McElderry
Lee James, laborer, 82 Hillen
Lee James F. (L. & Welby) 83 n High
Lee Jas. H. grocer, 191 Light, dw 65 Barre
Lee Jesse Wm. custom house officer, 14
Lee John, tailor, 25 e Monument.
Lee John W. carpenter, 77 Raborg, dw 16
Lee John, laborer, 180 Hughes
Lee John A. painter, 169 Raborg
Lee Joseph, rolling mill, Canton
Lee Mrs. Josiah, 67 n Charles
Lee Levi, watchman, 630 w Pratt
Lee Lycurgus W. 57 Aisquith
Lee Martha, boarding house, 377 w Lom-
Lee Mary, 23 s Liberty
Lee Nathaniel, flour and feed dealer, 46 s
Lee Patrick, laborer, 10 Liberty al
Lee R. C. clerk, 216 s Charles
Lee Richard, carter, 925 w Pratt
Lee Samuel, officer R. R. 8 s Oregon
Lee Saml, telegraph constructor, 23 Preston
Lee Stephen, iron and coal merchant, 50s
Gay, dw 144 n Charles
LEE & WELBY, steam flour mill, cor
President ami Fawn, store 99 South-st whf
Lee Wtn. candy manuf. Jew al near Lex-
Lee Wm. carpenter, 429 Lexington
Lee Wm. harness maker, 377 Penn, av
Lee Wm. (Clark, Lnckett & L.) 29 George
Lee Z. Collins, judge Superior Court, 122
Leech Benj, painter, 300 e Madison
Leech Geo. F. tobacconist, 32 n Caroline
Leech Hannah H. 2 Abbot
Leech Robert, finisher, 177 Constitution
Leech Ruth, 3-2 n Caroline
Leeche John, fruit dealer, 98 Lexington
Leeds John, clerk, 138 s Broadway

Leeds Captain Ludwick, wharfinger for
Brown's wharf, e of 57 Thames, dw 138
s Broadway
Leedy J. & Bro. tobacconists, 494 w Balt.
Leef Mary Ann, 245 e Pratt
Leehy Wm carpenter, 152 Preston
Leeke & Co. carpenters, 13 Grant
Leeke James (L. & Co.) 13 n Fremont
Leenice Geo. cooper, 13 e Lombard
Leer George, laborer, 39 Perry
Leers Theodore, tobacconist, 23 Lewis
Lees Wm. cutler, 14 s Schroeder
Leeser Lewis, lottery office, cor Howard
and Camden, dw S Emory
Leeser Theresa B. dry goods dealer, 160 s
Lefever Wm mariner, 40 Lee
Lefevre Abraham, 16s Canal
Lefevre David, whip and cane maker, 68
Lefevre Geo. mariner, 37 Constitution
Lefevre John, bricklayer, 259 s Bond
Lefevre Joseph, pedler, 23 Grant
Leffr Ernest, apothecary, 301 s Bond
Lefferman William, tanner and currier, 32
Leffler Ann, 224 Montgomery
Leffler Capt. Daniel S. 50 Warren
Leffler Geo. R. H. 158 s Paca
Legare Wm. J. conductor, 25 Brune
Legg George W. (Welch, L. & Co.) 128 e
Legg Jas. W. clerk, 128 e Baltimore
Legg John T. blacksmith, 6 Thompson
Legrand Hon. John G. chief justice Court
of Appeals of Maryland, dw 76 St. Paul
Leheimer John, shoemaker, 111 Lancaster
Lehman Bernhard, shoemaker, 48 Bethel
Lehman Frederick, painter, 12 Liberty al
Lehman Chas, baker, 122s Bond
Lehman George, shoemaker, 148 Durham
Lehman George, tailor, 37 Lewis
Lehman Jacob S. shoemaker, Pierce near
Lehman Jacob, watchman, 560 w Lombard
Lehman John C. music teacher, 4 s Exeter
Lehman Lewis, tavern, 12 w Fayette
Lehman Theodore, baker, 173 Vine
LEHMEYER & BRO. wholesale clothiers,
298 w Baltimore
Lehmeyer Joseph (L. & Bro.) 61 s High
Lehmeyer Simon (L. & Bro.) 61 s High
Lehmuth Henry, carter, 827 w Pratt
Lelmyer Fredk. carpenter, 163 Carpenter al
Lehneiss John, shoemaker, 152 Pine
Lehnert Jacob, vinegar manuf. 5 Cowpen al
Lehr Peter, cooper, Goodman al near Ham-
Lehr Robert (Boninger Bros.) 24 Cathedral
Lehrs Claus, sugar refiner, 51 n Exeter
Leib Geo. D.(Hammer, L. & Co.) cor Eden
and Lombard
Leicht John J. carpenter, 126 s Paca
Leidenfrost Wm. dyer, 33 Thames
Leigh Jacob (Sturgeon & Davis) 191 Lee
Leikisen Hy. laborer, n of Elliott, Canton
Leimkuhler Albert H. shoemaker, 38 s Bond
Leimkular Edward, shoemaker, 86 Orleans
Leinert Samuel, 271 Franklin
Leinez Daniel, tailor, 196 n Canal

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