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JABINS GRANDISON D., shoemaker, 6 Orleans
Jable Lloyd, h 229 Durham
Jack Charles B., machinist, 2 s Canal
Jackeber Melchor, milkman, 49 e Monument
Jackel William, tailor, 396 s Charles
Jacekel William, barber, 113 s Ann
Jackson Aaron, weaver, 439 Saratoga
Jackson Abraham, mariner, 106 Chesnut
Jackson Alexander L. W., printer, 152 Pearl
Jackson Alfred, laborer, 352 Canton avenue
Jackson Andrew, huckster, 37 n High
Jackson Andrew, carter, 13 Abbott
Jackson Charles, copper plate engraver, 342 e
JACKSON CHARLES M. & CO., ship chand-
lers and grocers, cor. Smith's wharf and Pratt
Jackson Charles M., h 28 Pleasant
Jackson Edward B., 27 w Fayette
Jackson Eliza, 180 Montgomery
Jackson Elizabeth, 87 Gough
Jackson Elizabeth, 70 Orchard
Jackson Francis, tobacconist, 150 Lee
Jackson Frederick D., attorney, Law buildings,
h 71 McCulloch
Jackson George C., 97 Biddle
Jackson Henry F., proprietor Eutaw House, n
w cor. Baltimore and Eutaw
Jackson Isaac, watchman, 440 Light
Jackson Ignatius, carter, 314 e Fayette
Jackson Jacob, tavern keeper, 135 Eastern av
Jackson James F., watchman, 287 Eager
Jackson James, carpenter, 108 Con way
Jackson James, grocer, 217 Baltimore
Jackson James, (J.& Richards,) h 27 Saratoga
Jackson James R., 123 Conway
Jackson Jane, boarding house, 62 Beuren
Jackson Capt. John J., 261 e Baltimore
Jackson John, agent, 314 Hollins
Jackson John A., silver smith, 95 n Eden
Jackson John D., carpenter, 237 Eager
Jackson Jonathan, city bailiff, 16 s Bond
Jackson Mary, 25 Hampstead
Jackson Mary A., 502 w Lexington
Jackson Mary, 63 n Charles
Jackson (Jas.,) & Richardson, (Benj.) coach
makers, 40 Harrison and 108 n Howard
Jackson Rebecca, tutoress, 64 s High
Jackson Robert, shoemaker, 173 Monument
Jackson Samuel, cutler and surgical instrumen
maker, 194 Baltimore, h 17 n Liberty
Jackson Saml. A., cabinet maker, 53 Columbia
Jackson Thomas, boiler maker, 12 s Republican
Jackson William, clerk, 7 n Exeter
Jackson Wm. A., 236 Madison, store 128 Prat
Jackson Wm., sailor, Chester s of Bank
Jackson Wra. H., grocer, 109 s Paca
Jackson William, coachman. 164 Park
Jaocb John, shoemaker, 60 Center market
Jacob John, butcher, Regester, s of Alice Anna
Jacob John, tailor, 22 Harmony lane
Jacobs Ann, milliner, 62 Mulberry
Jacobs Frederick A., engineer, 43 Schroeder
Jacobs Henry, machinist, 413 n Gay
Jacobs Jacob, sailor, 174 s Wolf
Jacobs James M., carpenter, 4 e Lombard, h 43
Jacobs James, lumber wagoner, 104 Preston
Jacobs John, tailor, 178 e Lombard
Jacobs John, carpenter, 59 Union
Jacobs John, carpenter, 127 West
Jacobs Julian, spar maker, 36 s Ann

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Jacobs Lorenzo, gro. and liq. dealer, 36 Union
Jacobs Margaret, grocer, 136 Bank
Jacobs Mary C., 282 n Howard
Jacobs Myer, clothier, 40 Center market
Jacobs Samuel, book-keeper, 67 Barre
Jacobs Samuel, gro. and liq. dealer, 77 Harrison
Jacobs Zach., carpenter, 523 Lexington
Jacobsen Henry G., com, mt., Exchange Place,
h 61 n Liberty
Jacoby Jacob, tailor, 60 Center market
Jakel Henrietta, barber, 238 s Charles
JAEGER WM. G. W., lamp black manufac-
turer, 150 West, h 189 Hanover
JAGMETTE JOSHUA G., eating house, Wine
St., next 1 s Charles
Jager John Ph., carver, n w cor. Baltimore and
Frederick, h 106 e Baltimore



N. W. Corner Baltimore and Frederick Sts,,


Will attend to Carving of every


Jameison Dr. Wm. D., 50 McCulloch
Jameson Wm., mate, 279 s Charles
Jamerson Wm., grocer, 171 Sarah Ann
James Ann, board'g house, cor South and Second
James Basil, 181 Saratoga
James George, milk dealer, 300 Eastern avenue
James George, 153 Aisquith
James Gilbert C., tobacconist, 39 s High
James Daniel, sailor, 147 William
JAMES HENRY, lumber merchant, cor. Alice
Anna and Canal, h 194 Lombard
James Isaac, carver, 2 Sharp, h 133 e Baltimore
James Isaac, tailor, 50 s Poppleton
James John, 175 e Monument
James Capt. John, waterman, 126 William
James John L., cooper, 54 Regester
James John D.. cabinet maker, 59 n Liberty
James John, blacksmith, Clinton st. n of Boston
James John, 138 Hamburg
James John L., cooper, 229 Canton avenue
James Joseph, jr., plasterer, 26 Maiden lane
James Joseph, sr., plasterer, 22 Maiden lane
James Levi, boat build'r, 158 Thames, h Broad-
James Maria. 130 s Bond
James Mary, 106 s Eutaw
James Richard, laborer, 30 Dewberry alley
James Richard, hatter, 157 Park
James Samuel, plasterer, 183 Hamburg
James Capt. Sol., 324 s Charles
James Thomas, laborer, 43 York
James Thomas C. & Co., tobacconists, 36 Bal-

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