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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Jenkins Capt. Thomas P., 29 n Front
Jenkins Thomas C., (Poland, J. & Co.,) h 167
St. Paul
Jenkins David, sail maker, 148 s Ann
Jenkins George, dry goods dealer, Hanover, h
159 St. Paul
Jenkins George, carpenter, 184 Vine
Jenkins Dr. Felix, 145 w Fayette
Jenkins Henry, glass blower, 245 Hanover
JENKINS HENRY, coal dealer, 67 Second


Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

Anthracite and Cumberland




Orders promptly attended to, — and Sup-
plies delivered to Vessels, in Cars and Carts.


67 Second Street, — opposite Town Clock,
35 Philpot Street,
Jenkins' Wharf,— Fell's Point.



Jenkins Hugh, pro. iron furn., Clinton St., s of
Jenkins Jacob, whitewasher, 66 Pierce
Jenkins James, painter, 10 s Caroline
Jenkins Joseph, 46 Abbot
Jenkins John, 4 Pin alley
Jenkins Littleton, laborer, 169 Alice Anna
Jenkins Mark W., jr., grocer, 339 w Fayette
Jenkins Robert,, 3 Commerce, h
75 Center
Jenkins Mark W., (Win. J. & Sons,) h York rd
Jenkins Walter, ship carpenter, 307 William
Jenkins Wm. V., (deceased,) 101 n Eden
leather dealers, 94 Lombard and 7 Water
Jenkins Wm. Wm., cooper, 515 Baltmore, h 328
w Fayette
Jenks Elizb., bread and cake baker, 58 e Fayette
Jenks Francis H., com. mt, 14 Bowly's wharf,
h 25 n Calvert
Jennings Joseph, gro. & liq. dealer, 73 Eastern av
Jennings Joshua, laborer, 10 Dewberry alley
Jennings Michael P., huckster, 145 French
Jennings Patrick laborer, 168 n Front
Jennings Patrick J., tobacconist, 96 s Dallas
Jennings Samuel, of Mansion. House tavern,
cor Front and Fayette
Jennings Thomas, carrier, 269 Orleans
Jennings Abraham, 20 Brunswick
Jennings George, carter, 29 Dewberry alley
Jenney Elizabeth, 298 Alice Anna
Jennings Maria, 88 Henrietta
Jennings Michael, huckster, 82 Hillen
Jennings Robert, shoemaker, 6 Bethel
Jennings Thomas, rigger, 291 s Wolf
Jennings Edward, laborer, 168 n Front

177 JOH

Jennings Joshua, carter, 202 Hollins
Jennings Mary, 223 Harford avenue
Jepin Philip, screw and plane factory, 248 s
Jerger Charles, tavern, 67 Center market
Jerome John H. T. & Co., grocers, 34 n Paca,
h 251 Saratoga
Jerrett Jesse, 186 Pennsylvania avenue
Jerron John, laborer. 256 s Dallas
Jeshon John, rigger, 274 s Broadway
Jessop Ann, 126 n Fremont
Jessop Wm., blacksmith, 50 n Poppleton
Jester John R., grocer, 2 McHenrv
Jeven.s John W., (West & J..) 299 w Fayette
Jewett John, jr.. 69 Second, h 77 McCulloch
JEWETT ISAAC W., attorney at law, 69
Second, h McCulloch
Jinnerson Wm., pilot, 17 s Canal
Jinning B., Hull st., Locust Point
Jlausen Emanuel, 66 Bethel
Jockel Martin, baker, 194 s Sharp
John Charles, cabinet maker, 290 s Bond
John Michael, tailor, 208 Bank
John George, carpet weaver. 225 Alice Anna
JOHANNES JOHN G. & CO., jewelers,
Wine st., h J. G. J., 469 w Fayelte



Manufacturers of all kinds of


Chased, Enamelled and Plain


Steam Power Factory,

Wine St., between Light £ Charles,



Johning Christ., wheelwright, 41 York
Johns Ann M , dress maker, 66 Lexington
Johns Rev. Henry Van Dyke, rector Emanuel
Church, h cor Bolton and Landvale
Johns William, carpenter, 330 Franklin
Johns Francis W., blacksmith, 192 Ramsay
Johns Capt. Jesse, 241 s Sharp
Johns Philip, laborer, 22 Dallas
Johns Kensey, (Duer & J.,) h Saratoga
Johns Dr. Montgomery, 135 Cathedral
Johns Henry V. D., attorney, 53 w Fayette
Johns Wm. H., brush maker, 464 Baltimore
Johns Samuel, huckster, 41 s Liberty
Johns Richard H., collector, 43 s Ann
Johnson Adolphus, pr. liv. stables, 100 Thames
Johnson Alexander T., (Duer, Norris & Co.,)
Calvert, bet Fayette and Lexington
Johnson Andrew, mariner, 293 Durham
Johnson Ann, 39 Forest
Johnson Arthur Livingston, patentee manuf.
iron shutters, 201 Franklin
Johnson Catherine, milliner, 269 n Gay

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