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Hyman Conrad, tailor, 216 Eager
Hymas Wm., chair maker, 210 e Fayette
Hyme John, 62 Durst alley
Hyme Michael, 50 Preston
Hymes Caleb, engineer, 165 Washington
Hymes Thos.) of C. H., 206 e Baltimore
Hymla George, 63 Hanover
Hynes Benj. F., engineer Phil. and Balt. R. R.,
Burke st, n of Boston
Hynes Edward, ship carp., 34 Canton avenue
Hynes Jas., gro. and liq. dealer, 29 Chase
Hynes John, laborer, 75 n Amity
Hynes John, shoemaker, 59 Dewberry alley
Hynes Joshua H. & Son, flour, feed, lime, and
hair dealers, 726 w Baltimore
HYNSON BENJAMIN T., paper hanger, 52
n Howard, h 182 Mulberry
Hynson John Ringold, clerk, 150 e Monument
Hypher Philip carpenter, 52 Chatsworth
Hyser John, 302 n Eutaw
Hyson Edward, boiler maker, 38 L. Church
Hyson John, stevedore, 231 Canton avenue
Hyson Sarah, 272 Light
Hyson Wm. H., tav. keeper, 210 Light
Hytzenroot George, laborer, 159 s Caroline
Hyzer Christopher, laborer, 184 Canton avenue
IDE JOSEPH, carpenter, 263 Aisquith
Idel Philip, carter, 393 s Charles
Iglehart G. L. , (Duval & I.,) h cor Lombard
and Howard
IGLEHART JOHN H., agent N. Y. Farmer's
Fire Insurance Co., 16 South, h 260 Lexington
Iglehart John R., agent State mutual Fire and
marine Insurance Co., 18 South
Ignar Charles, butcher, 384 Penn. avenue
Ijams Gassaway, machinist, 36 s Schroeder
Ijams Franklin F., 422 Lexington
Ijams John, blacksmith, 38 Schroeder
Ijams John, carpenter, 4 Aisquith
Ijams Oliver, grocer, 38 s Republican
Ijams William H., clerk, 54 Fawn
Ilderbrunt Herman, 43 Marion
Imack Aug., moulder, 147 Webster alley
Imhoff Jno. & Bro., proprietors Adelphia House,
34 w Fayette
IMHOFF GEORGE, proprietor Triadelphia
house, 34 w Fayette
Imner Charles, boiler maker, 24 s Schroeder
Independence Hall, n w cor Gay and Fayette
Infirmary Baltimore, s w cor Greene and Lom-
Ing Charles, clerk, n Howard
Ing Edward, writing master, 103 Albemarle
Ing John H., attorney at law, Broadway, office
20 w Fayette
Ing William, clerk, 95 Albemarle
Ingal Jacob, laborer, 148 Canton avenue
Ingals William, laborer, Castle alley, s of Pratt
Ingalls Diamond, stone cutter, 12 McHenry
Ingalston Joseph, carp., 26 Peirce, h Mulberry
Ingelbray Martin, tailor, 36 s Canal
Ingham William, grocer, 70 Hill
Ingles Sarah, 470 w Lombard
Ingle George, varnisher, 129 Aisquith
Ingle Henry, watchman, 146 n Caroline
Ingle Jonas, 265 s Sharp
Inglehart Edward, cabinet maker, 35 Chesnut
Inglehart Mary, grocer, 89 Gough
Inglehart John, laborer, 102 Thames
Ingleider John, basket maker, 56 Hampstead
Ingles George, ladies shoemaker, 81 w Fayette

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Ingleson John C., pedlar, 80 s Ann
Ingmon Susan, 62 n Front
Ingram Eliza, 144 n Eden
Inhof George, tailor, 19 Somerset
Inhof George, jr., tailor, 19 Somerset
Inkhouse Henry, grocer and liquor dealer, 52
Inkelwilder Andrew, shoemaker, 147 e Pratt
Inlesby Mary, milliner, 63 s High
Inloes Dr. Henry A., 143 Broadway
INLOES JOSHUA S. & CO., wholesale
dealers in staple and fancy dry goods, 236 w
Baltimore, h 24 Mulberry
Inloes William, 33 e Baltimore
Innes, book and job printer, 164 Baltimore
Innes William M., Franklin Square
Insco James, watchman, 53 Elizabeth
Insel Meyer, 150 s Greene
Insurance offices, see appendix & advertisement

Insurance Commpanies.


Life Insurance Company,


INCORPORATED IN 1810— Charter Perpetual.


This Company proposes to Insure Lives for
one or more years, or for life. With their rates
the assured enjoys the benefit of immediate in
lieu of a prospective and uncertain bonus. He
risks neither his policy nor the premium he has
These premiums may be made payable annu-
ally, semi-aunually, or quarterly, at option of
the assured.
The Company grants and buys annuities.
Sells endowments for children.
Makes all contracts in which Life or the inte-
rest of Money is involved.



Insurance Co. of N. York,

Insures Marine and Inland Navigation Risks,

on terms as favorable as those of any other Com-

pany. All persons taking Policies from this

Company are entitled to a share of the profits,

without incurring any liability, beyond the
amount of Premium. The assets of the Compa-
ny, liable for the payment of losses, are over
$2, 000,000.




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