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Kirvin Capt. John, mariner, 34 G. Hughes
Kirvin John R. engineer, 50 Stiles
Kirwan Capt. John H. of steamboat Osiris, 96 Hill
Kisewetter Charles, butcher, 5 n Caroline
Kishman Peter, cooper, Eden s of Baltimore
Kisler John, tailor, 197 Orleans
Kisler John G. blacksmith, 77 Mulberry
Kisner Daniel, tailor, 5 Cowpen al
Kisner John, tailor, 23 Low
Kisondelford Lawrence, 261 s Durham
Kissick Mary A. 129 L. Greene
Kistner Lana, 253 s Bond
Kite Joseph B. tailor, 71 n Eden
Kittering Peter, sausage maker, McKim st
Kilts John, city nies. 21 Pennsylvania av
Kitts John, door keeper city council, 1 Mulberry
Kizer Joseph, grocer, cor Hill and Sharp
Klar Ferd. grocer, n w cor L. Monument & Biddle
Klare John B. box maker, 5 n Sharp, dw 100
Klarline John, shoemaker, Hampstead near Eden
Klarmin Sebabtian, tailor, 292 n Canal
Klary John B. box maker, 100 s Howard
Klassen Charles F. sen. collector, 124 n Eutaw
Klaunburg Aug. F. firm Hack & K. dw 8 Watson
Klaus Henry, cooper, Burk st. Canton
Klauts John, carpet weaver, 56 Pennsylvania av
Klautspeck F. professor of music, 348 Lexington
Kleak Conrad, laborer, Aisquith n of Eager
Kleas Philip, shoemaker, Knox al
Klees Henry, morocco & lining factory, 13 Saratoga
Klehm John, shoemaker, 235 Canton av
KLEIBACKER BERNARD, tavern, 100 Dugan's
Kleim Adam, laborer, 189 s Durham
Kleim Andrew, ship carpenter, Boston st. Canton
Kleim Henry, shoemaker, 119 Wolf
Klein Martha, milliner, 78 Lexington
Klein Wm. shoemaker, 9 Sarah Ann
Klein Wm. 78 Lexingion
Kleineibst Adolphus, dry goods merch't, 183 n Gay
Klemle Michael, paver, 186 Ensor
Klemm Andrew, laborer, 38 Lancaster
Klengenberg Louis, tailor, Canal s of Lombard
Kleppart C. 27 Johnson
Kleppish Charles F. tailor, 111 St. Mary
Kleppish Frederick A. tailor, s w cor Amity and
Klessel Stephen, shoemaker, 201 Hanover
Klessner Wm. cabinet & chair maker, 40 n Eutaw
Klett Constantine, 56 e Fayette
Klick Casper, quarry man, 126 Stirling

Klicker Rare, painter, 19 Park
Kline David, baker, 307 s Charles
Kline Frederick, constable, 288 s Bond
Dine George F. tailor, Col vert al w from Briton st
or Harford av
Kline Henry, laborer, 47 Union
Kline Jacob C. 18 G. Hughes
Kline John, shoemaker, 207 s Durham
Kline Lainhardt, milkman, Green willow
Kline Wm. shoemaker, 178 Light
Kline Wm. piano maker, 72 Mulberry
Klinefelter David, 42 York av
Klinefelter David, grocer, 81 Richmond
Klinefelter Henry, deputy weigh master custom
house, dw 89 Gough
Klinefelter Jesse, firm O. D. & S. & J. K. dw 190 e
KLINEFELTER JESSE, tavern, 39 w Fayette
KLINEFELTER O. D. & S. & J. forwarding and
commission merchants, North st. opposite Calvert
station. See card
Klinefelter Oliver D. firm O. D. & S. & J. K. dw
188 e Monument
SLING JOHN, merchant tailor, 447 Baltimore
Klinga Philip, varnisher, 128 Ross
Klingel Ptter, carpe' weaver, Jackson's ct
Klingworth Frederick, rigger, Wolf s of Bank
Klissel Andrew, boot fitter, 197 s Bond
Kloke Anton, lock and gun smith, 12 n Greene
Klockgether D. of custom house, 88 s Howard
Kloman Felix, merchant tailor, 449 Baltimore
Kloman Frederick, piano maker, 101 Pearl
Kloman L. jr. tailor, 12 Light, dw 19 Mercer. See
Kloman Louis, tailor, 19 Mercer
Kloppenstien Jacob, carter, 25 China al
Klotz Adam, 251 w Pratt
Klotz George, Pennsylvania av
Klousing Henry, laborer, Trinity e of High
Klug Christian, tanner, 213 Peirce
Klug John, laborer, 306 s Charles
Klum Michael, laborer, 210 Alice Anna
Klump Jacob, grocer and liquor dealer, 34 Douglass
Klump Matthias, shoemaker, Henrietta w Howard
Klumper Ferd. W. tobacconist, 236 n Gay
Klunk Joseph, carpenter, 278 Mulberry
KNABE, GAEHLE & CO. piano makers, 4, 6,
8, 9 & 11 n Eutaw. See advertisement
Knabe Wm. firm Knabe, Gaehle & Co. 150 n Eutaw
Knade Ludwig, tailor, 126 Durham
Knapp Bannard, carpenter, Burgundy al w end
Knapp Conrad, shoemaker, 99 s Eutaw


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