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James Rev. Thomas, Clinton St., Canton
James William, blacksmith, 38 s Poppleton
James William J., 116 Monument
JAMIESON J. F. & CO., general merchan
and importers, 41 s Charles
Jamieson Wm., boot maker, 43 Harmony lam
Jamison Alex., musician, 55 Hillen
Jamison Andrew, 95 Watson
Jamison Archibald, weaver, 104 n Fremont
Jamison Catherine, 34 n Frederick
Jamison C. C., president Bank Baltimore, h over
Bank, cor. Baltimore and St. Paul
Jamison C. M., book-keeper Franklin Bank, 132
Jamison Daniel, laborer, n Canal, near 197
Jamison Jamss, plumber, 93 Watson
Jamison Robert, hackman, 16 s High
Jamison Robt. M., lieut. night watch, 36 Jew al
Jamison William, 140 Pearl
Jamison William, 171 Sarah Ann
Jammerson Archibald, weaver, 104 n Fremont
Jamp Henry, laborer. 224 e Pratt
Jandorf Reuben, shoemaker, 3 Second
Jane Antoine, 30 Fell
Jane John, U. S. sail maker, 237 n Eden
Janes Henry, (E. Pratt & Bro.,) h 26 Pleasant
Janney Hannah, 31 s Sharp
Janney Richard M., 87 n Paca
Jarard Capt. John, 108 Hamburg
Jaques Catherine, 162 Park
January Daniel, constable, 118 Garden
Jarboe Rev. John R., pres. Baltimore Ladies
Collegiate Institute, 72 e Baltimore
Jarboe John, barber, 191 Lexington
Jarkin Joshua, confectioner, 94 Lexington
Jarrett Ann, 215 Saratoga
JARRETT ASBURY, clothier, 10 and 12 e
Jarrett Henry C., of Museum, h 124 e Pratt
JARRETT LEFEVER, clothier 126 Balti-
more, h 22 Aisquith
Jarvis Amos, cooper. 100 Hill
Jarvis Henry, marble worker, 52 Eager
Jarvis Leonard, 49 n Charles
Jarvis Mrs., 236 Monument
Javins John W., brass founder, Bank lane,
299 w Fayette
Jatho Henry, watchmaker, 83 Exchange Place
h 43 Fawn
Jay Charles E., currier, 7 Cheapside, h 175 Can-
ton avenue
Jay Charles E., last maker, 175 Canton avenue
Jay Thumas W., clerk, 190 Hanover
Jaynes Edward G., hatter, 192 e Monument
Jean Ich., contractor, 269 Hanover
Jean Ichabod, carpenter, 47 Pine, h Lexington
Jeckel John, gro. and liq. dealer, 442 Light
Jeffers Charlotte, 3 Ploughman
Jeffers James, paper hanger, 14 Regester
Jeffers Josh., machinist, 170 Gough
Jeffers Madison, constable, 70 w Fayette, h 125
Jeffers Mary, 58 s Canal
Jefferson James, shoe maker, 215 s Broadway
Jefferson Thomas E. & Co , boot and shoe ma-
kers, 240 Broadway, h T. E. J. 250
Jefferson Thomas, engineer, 213 s Ann
Jeffery John, huckster, 107 William
Jeffres Alex., machinist, 159 s Paca
JEFFERYS THOMAS R., painter, 18 North,
h 170 Canal

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Jeffrey John W., watchman, 36 Morris alley
Jeffrey Thomas P., conductor on S. R.R., h 299
n Eutaw
Jeffrey Timothy, moulder, 1 Wyeth
Jeffries Thomas R., banner painter, 170 n Canal
Jeleewsky Henry, carpenter, 150 Henrietta
Jelly George, boiler maker. 7 Armistead lane
Jenkins A. & H., cabinet makers, 16 Light
Jenkins Alfred, painter, 68 n Caroline
Jenkins Alfred, (Edw. J. & Sons,) h 77 n Greene
Jenkins Anthony, (A. & H. J.,) h 15 Conway
Jenkins Austin, (Edward J. & Sons,) h 138 Park
Jenkins Constantine, hatter 33 French
JENKINS EDWARD & SONS, import, and
dealers in saddlery and coach hardware, 180
Jenkins Edw., (Wm. J. & Sons,) 38 Mulberry
Jenkins Edw. F., (E. J. & Sons,) 99 Monument
Jenkins Henry, (J. & Whedbee,) h cor. High
and Lombard
Jenkins Henry W., (A. & H. J.,) h 56 Lee
JENKINS HUGH & CO., ship. and com. mts.
18 Second, h H. J., 52 St. Paul
Jenkins James, tobacconist, 25 Thames
Jenkins James, rail road driver, Ramsay w
Jenkins James W., (Wm. J. & Sons,) h Charles,
n of Eager
Jenkins James T., clerk sup. court. Windsorst.,
Jenkins Joseph B., painter, 13 s Caroline
JENKINS JOSEPH W., (Poland, J. & Co.,)
h 18 Cathedral
Jenkins Louisa, boarding house, 85 n Charles
ney, office 3 Spurrier's Court, Lexington, h
47 Courtland
JENKINS MARK W. & CO., saddlers and
trunk makers, 10 South
Jenkins Capt. Richard, 164 Cross
Jenkins T. Robert, (George & J.,) 75 Center
Jenkins Thos., coach maker, 147 n High, h 145

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