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Lynch (Stephen) & Willis (Cornelius,) ship
carpenters, Point street

Lynch Stephen, (D. & Willis) h 277 e Pratt
Lynch Thomas E., ship carp., 302 Canton, av
Lynch Thomas, laborer, 265 s Dallas
Lyon Rev. John C., 135 s Ann

Lyon John, painter, 39 Exeter
Lyon Margaret Butler, 131 n Charles
Lyon Robert, bottler 194 n Exeter
Lyon Roger,(deceased,) 127 Peirce
Lyons Cornelius, engineer, 8 Armistead lane

Lyons Eliza, 24 Foundry
Lyons Honora Agnes, dress maker, 5 n Fremont
Lyons James, laborer, 632 Light
Lyons John, tobacconist, 11 Warner
Lyons John, laborer, 351 Columbia
Lyons Matthew, tavern, 54 Light
Lyons Richard H., carpenter, 28 Boyd
Lyons Thomas, tav. keep., 117 McElderry's whf.
Lyons & Wasmus, plumbers, 118 Lexington
Lytle Robt. A.,watchmkr., 7 s Gay, h 99Franklin
MAAS JUSTUS, shoemaker, 12 n Liberty
Mabbitt Wm., egg packer, 138 Franklin

Mabee Da&iel, tailor, 418 w Fayette
Mabee Thaddeus, trim. and variety dealer, 537 w
Maben Margaret, milliner, 153 n Gay
Maccabee Jesse, engineer, 222 Preston
Maccabee John, engraver, 224 Preston
Maccubin Robert W., plane mrker, 9 McClellan,
alley h 324 w Fayette
Maccubin Thomas C., painter, 42 North, h 294
Mace Alfred & Co , lottery dealers, 132 n Gay
Mace Joseph, tailor, 224 Washington
Mace Stephen T., ladies shoemk., 60 n Caroline
Macfarland Rev. M., pastor St. Mark's Prot.
Epis. Church, 208 w Lombard
Macgill Patrick, feed dealer, 433 Baltimore
Machan Christian, tav. keeper, 292 s Charles
Machen Arthur W., attorney, 33 St. Paul, h 26
Machen Thomas, carpenter, 220 German
Macher John S., carpenter, 67 s Paca
Mack Christian, clerk, 135 s Caroline
Mack Elizabeth, 37 s Dallas
Mack Joseph, laborer, 294 s Bond
Mackall Dr. Leonard, 58 Saratoga
Mackay Alexander, ship carpenter, 157 s Ann
Mackay David, druggist, 427 Saratoga
Mackelroy Elizabeth, 273 n Gay
Mackemul Andrew, shoemaker, 103 Stirling
Mackenheimer Frederick, tobacconist, 46 Park
Mackenheimer Wm., tailor, 108 Vine
Mackenzie & Co's drug and chemical store, 68
Mackenzie Geo. N., (Thos. Mackenzie & Sons)
Madison avenue
Mackenzie Dr. James S.. 21 Lexington
Mackenzie Dr. John P., 35 Lexington
and dealers in hardware and saddlery, 222 Bal-
timore, h T. M. 69 Franklin
Mackey Edward, laborer, Chester e Eastern av
Mackey John, cabinet maker, 103 n Fremont
Mackey Mary, 112 Regester
Mackey William, Chester s of Pratt
Mackheimer John, tobbacconist, 55 French
Mackin Bernard, carpenter,251 Franklin
Mackin Mary, 50 Liberty alley
Mackin Mary, gro. and liq. dealer, 77 Jefferson
Mackingham John, cigar maker, 81 Hill

211 MAG

Mackintosh Margaret, 93 Jefferson
lackintosh Wm., clerk, 52 n Paca
Macklin John J., (Duke & M.) 51 Scirling
Mackrang Henry, clerk, 51 n Paca
Macneal Andrew L., carpenter, 6 Concord, h
240 e Fayette
Macneal Lloyd, (M. & Mitchell) h e Fayette
Macomber Gideon, stone setter, 332 w Lombard
Macoter Joseph, ship carpenter, 196 s Charles
Macpherson & Marshall, chemists and druggists,
257 Market
Maccalree Wm., harness maker, 16 Jew alley
Maccubin Thos. C., painter, North nr. Saratoga
Macnew Charles A., carter, 654 Light
Mactavish Carroll, 98 Cathedral
Mactier Samuel, mercht. miller, 8 Spear's whf.,
h 40 Cathedral
Madden Andrew, tailor, 34 Dewberry alley
Madden Ann, tavern keeper, 2 s Paca
Madden Ann E., 100 Lee
Madden David, coach smith, 160 w Madison
Madden John, tavern, 45 President
Madden Thomas, (deceased) grocer, 53 s Paca
Madden Wm., painter, 96 McElderry
Madden Wm., laborer, 34 Vine
Maddison George, tailor, 17 Portland
Maddix Ann, 64 s Howard
Maddox Charles T., 59 St. Paul
Maddox George W., boiler maker, 151 Cross
Maddox James, police, 53 Carpenters' alley
Maddox John T., painter, 262 e Pratt
Maddux Thomas, shoemaker, 12 Light, h 226
Madigan Ann, 182 s Caroline
Maffei Angelo, dealer in fancy goods, 94 w Pratt
Maffitt Daniel, laborer, 279 Columbia
Maffitt Thomas, clerk, 122 e Madison
Magan James, butter dealer, bet. 263 and 278 s
Magarty John, carpenter, 274 n Gay
Magee George A., magistrate, 18 n Eutaw
Magee Michael, laborer, 160 n Front
Magen Peter, 52 Durst alley
Magers Elias, tobacconist, 370 w Lombard Ex-
change Place, h 40 Fawn
Magers George W., bookseller, 175 Lexington
Magers Peter A., butter dealer, 208 n Gay.



Wholesale and Retail


No. 208 N. Gay Street,




Magers Samuel, cigar maker, 59 Holland
Maghel Capt. Samuel W., 169 Gough
Magher Thomas, blacksmith, 4 Chesnut alley
Magill John, feed dealer, 363 w Pratt
Magill Oliver P., U. S. weigher, Ex. buildings
MAGNE HORACE, prop, cedar ware mill, 416
and 418 w Pratt, h 35 Hollins

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