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Tyler John O. boilermaker, 52 Cross
Tyler Mary, 41 Hill
Tyler Mary, board, house, 88 Eastern av
Tyler Samuel, clerk, 127 Sharp
Tynes Richard, shipping and commission
merchant, cor Smith's whf and Pratt, dw
75 n Charles
Tyser Henry, conductor B. & O. R. R.
151 s Greene
Tysinger Lewis, 136 North, dw 53 Madison
TYSON & BROS, commission merchants
and millers, 40 Commerce
Tyson Charles, jr. clerk, 100 n Paca
Tyson Fredk. (T. & Bros.) 163 w Lombard
Tyson Isaac, jr. (I. T. & Co.) 33 Franklin
Tyson James E. miller and flour merchant,
foot of Patterson, dw 34 Pleasant
Tyson Jesse & Co. chemical manufactory,
85 Exchange buildings, dw J. T. 33
Tyson Margaret, 198 Harford av
Tyson Nathan, 163 w Lombard
Tyson Philip, 251 n Eutaw
Tyson Richard W. jr. 44 Franklin
Tyson Robert,(T. & Bros.) 163 w Lombard
Tyson Sarah, teacher, 46 Valery
Tyson Wm. paper hanger, 87 Regester
Tyson Wm. B. 149 Bidd'le
Tysonberg Wm. furniture wagoner, 338
s Caroline
Tyte Ann, dry goods dealer, 109 e Pratt
Tyte Charles, carpenter, 109 e Pratt
Tyte Thomas, ship carpenter, 114 Regester
Tzinsky John, grocery, 58 Thames

Uber Frederick, trimming store, 130 Bar re
Ubert John, shoemaker, 10 e Pratt
Ueman Henry, grocery, 72 Mulberry
Uhl Andrew, collector, 89 Barre
Uhl Francis A. tobacconist, 41 Centre Mar-
ket space, dw 11 Lloyd
Uhl Jacob, cooper, 28 Hampstead
Uhl Philip, jeweler, 35 s Paca
Uhl Thomas, laborer, 38 s Frederick
Uhld Lewis, blacksmith, 4 Leadenhall
Uhler Erasmus, 27 s Eden
Uhler George W. dry goods dealer, 164
Uhler J. 33 Preston
Uhlenberg George, tavern, 10 n Liberty
Uhfelder Jacob, butcher, 95 e Fayette
Uhlhorn Mrs. B. 130 Saratoga
Uhlhorn Dorothea, 401 w Fayette
Uhlhorn Frederick, machinist, 49 n Front
Uhrig Adam, butcher, 233 Hughes
Uhrig John, 72 Park
Uhrig Joseph, shoemaker, 31 Jordan al
Uhrlaub Edward, importer German goods,
and Consul for Hanover, 17 German, dw
54 Courtland
Uhthoff Frederick A. C. book keeper, 22s
Uisler Casper, laborer, Canton
Ulbich Amon, blacksmith, 45 n Canal
Ulbich Mrs. Rosa, female physician, 45 n
Ulch Balthausen, cooper, 43 Slemmer al
Ullbricht Joseph, painter, 5 Regester
Ullerv Andw, furniture wagoner, 80 Union
Ullhorn Christian, tobacconist, 252 e Pratt

Ullman Abraham, tailor, 104 Low
Ulm John, laborer, 119 Washington
Ulman Phil, huckster, Division nr Lanvale
Uhno Edme E. music teacher,9 s Frederick
Uhno Emeline, board, house, 9 s Frederick
Ulrich Ernest, grocery, 1 Jew al
Ulrich Frederick, shoemaker,105 n Calvert
Uirich George, butter depot, 40 Granby
Ulrich John, tailor, 123 e Pratt
Ulrich Wm. grocery, 38 Columbia
Ultsh Casper, shoemaker, Canon, Canton
UMBAUGH M. H. editor and proprietor
of Cotton Plant, office Gay and Market,
dw 241 Saratoga
Umbedore George, brakesman, Boston e of
Leakin, Canton
Urnberg Andrew, tailor, 228 e Eager
Umlauff J. H. 2n Front
Underhill Israel, 34 Hoffman
Underwagner France,shoemk 13 eLombard
Underwood Albert, carter, Lancaster e of
Boston, Canton
Underwood Henry, wheelwht. 558 Penn. av
Underwood Jane, dressmaker, 167 e Pratt
Underwood Joseph A. painter, 263 n Canal
Underwood Joseph, carter, 39 Stiles
Underwood Joshua, wood dealer, 39 Stiles
Underwood Robert, ship carpenter,39 Stiles
Undutch Frederick, 4 Williamson al
Undutch Nicholas H. (Golder & U.) 632 w
Unger August, baker, 176 n Caroline
Unger Casper, blacksmith, 395 s Charles
Unger Ernst, shoemaker, 93 e Lombard
Unger John, confectioner, 832 w Baltimore
Unger Dr. Peter, prof, music & languages,
95 s Paca
Ungerer Wm. confectionery, 8 e Fayette
Unkel Louisa, grocery, 250 n Howard
Unkle George, tailor, 220 Sharp
Unklebag Adam, laborer, 158 Ensor
Uniack John, 224 Sharp
cor. Fayette and Charles
Union Dock, foot of Concord
Union Fire Co's Engine hou. 25 Balderston
Union Hall, (I. O.O. P.) 184 s Broadway
Union Manufacturing Co. of Maryland,
office 8 s Howard
Union Protestant Infirmary, 866 w Balto
Union Square Church, (Methodist Episco-
pal,) cor Lombard and Calhoun
Unitarian Church, cor Charles & Franklin
United Fire Co's Engine house,42 sHoward
U. S. Circuit Court, Masonic H all.St. Paul;
chief judge, Roger B. Taney; clerk,
Thomas Spicer
U. S. District Court, Masonic Hall, St.
Paul; judge, Wm. F. Giles; clerk, Thos.
United States Hose Co's house, William-
son al. between Charles and Light
United States Recruiting Rendezvous, 123
w Lombard
University of Maryland, school of letters
and sciences, 32 Mulberry
University of Maryland, school of medi-
cine, n w cor Lombard and Greene. —
[See Advertisement,]
Unkelbeck Andrew, baker, 256 n Gay



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