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Gould Francis, boarding bouse, 26 North
Gould Frances, 91 Hanover

Gould & Glanville, cabinet makers 59 Sharp
Gough James, jeweler, 168 Baltimore, dw corner
Franklin and Charles
Gould John G. 72 e Lombard
Gould John R. clerk, 17 Constitution
Gould Stowell & Ward, chronometer, watch and
jewelry business, 168 Baltimore
Gould Thomas N. firm G. & Glanville, 136 Sharp
Gould Wm. laborer, 4 L. Church
Gould Zaccheus, of "Suo" office, 43 Orleans
Gouley Mrs. C. vegetable medicine vender, 38 Bal-
Gouley George, laborer, 59 Richmond
Gourley George, shoer and smith, 9 President
Gourley Geo. 59 Richmond
Gourley John, laborer, Slemmer's al s of Pratt st
Grovatt George, mariner, 275 s Bond
Govelintz Daniel, peddler, Regester s Alice Anna
Gover George P. exchange broker, 1 Aisquith
Gover Gerard, firm Josiah Lee & Co. dw Aisquith
Gover Samuel H. auctioneer and commission mer-
chant, 9 South, dw 50 e Fayette. See card
Graba Henry, shoemaker, 186 s Ann
Grable Daniel, tailor, 2 New Church
Grace Clem. A. 85 Mulberry
Grace Edward M. carpenter, 211 n Canal
Grace John, tailor, 29 New Church
Grace John, laborer, Albemarle s of Trinity
Gracey Henry, carpenter, 65 Aisquith
Gracey James, laborer, 180 Park
Gracey Robert, laborer. 157 Holliday
Gracey Wm. carpenter, 51 Orleans
Grady Conrad, dairy keeper, between 83 and 95 n
Grady James, freight agent, 10 Garden
Grady Roger, laborer, 131 Alice Anna
Grady Thomas, tailor. Fawn w of High
Graf Frederick B. firm G. & Gorier, consul for
Netherlands, vice consul Sweden and Norway
and Uruguay, 52 s Gay, dw n w cor Franklin an
GRAF & GORTER, commission merchants, 52
Graf John F. tavern keeper, 50 Thames
Grafenstein George, tailor, 274 w Pratt
Graff Aramima, Ann s of Pratt
Graff Christopher, butcher, near 73 Hampstead
Graff E. Beatty, attorney at law and solicitor in
chancery, 29 w Fayette, dw 180 German
Graff George, dealer in liquors, 14 Commerce

Graff John, laborer, 59 Preston
Graff John D. merchant, 69 s Edtn
Graff Richard B. morocco dresser, 183 Chesnut
Graff Samuel, tobacconist, 37 President
Grafflin Charles, clerk. 318 w Favette
Grafflin George W. firm O'Brien, G. & Hanson, dw
w Lombard near Fremont
Grafflin Jacob W. lumber merchant, w Falls av. dw
95 s Exeter
Grafton McHenry, firm Meixsel &. G. dw Fayette
Grafton John, carpenter, 13 Buren
Grafton Mark, 95 Fayette
Grafton Samuel H. stove smith and tin worker, 30
Light, dw 24 Columbia
Graham Andrew, carpenter, Madison e of Briton
Graham Andrew, private hospital, 252 n Howard
Graham Ann, 200 s Charles
Graham Benj. carter, Chester n of Bank
Graham Eli, barber, 186 e Monument
Graham Ellis J. C. carpenter, Madison w of Buren
Graham Capt. George R. mariner, 230 Light
Graham Henry, coppersmith, 5 Hollins market
Graham James & R. grocers and commission mer-
chants, 98 Dugan's wharf, dw J. G. 40 Fayette
Graham John, police officer, 242 Aisquith
Graham John, grocer, n e cor Fremont and German
Graham Margaret, 95 n Fremont
Graham Margaret, 497 Saratoga
Graham Matilda, boarding house. 82 Saratoga
Graham Michael, grocer, 106 Canal
Graham Owen, boiler maker, n e cor Fremont and
Graham Robert, carpenter, 15 Rock
Graham Robert, carpenter, 309 Mulberry
Graham Robert, firm J. & R. G. 19 Albemarle
Graham Robert, carpenter 15 Holland
GRAHAM THOMAS J. notary public, 44 Lom-
bard st. Exchange Place, dw 44 Franklin
Graham Wm. cabinet maker, 22 w Lombard
Graham Wm. ship joiner, 46 Philpot, dw 65 s Ann
Graham Capt Wm. & Son, commission merchants,
Commercial buildings, s Gay, dw Capt. G. 130 n
Graham Wm. H. firm Gittings, Donaldson & Gra-
ham, dw 16 Holliday, opposite Theatre
GRAHAME H. H. successor to N. Monsarrat,
druggist and apothecary, 174 Baltimore
Grahame Israel J. apothecary and druggist, n e cor
Baltimore and Eataw
Grahan Benj. carter, Chester n of Bans
Grainer John, paver, 716 w Baltimore
Grainer John, blacksmith, Raborg e of Republican


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