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Campbell Bernard, 5 Constitution
Campbell Bernard, banking house, dw. 74 Sar-
atoga
Campbell Catharine, 199 Orleans
Campbell Daniel, 56 Biddle al
Campbell Fanny, 63 Forest
Campbell Felix, laborer, 85 York
Campbell Henry J. tinner, 309 w Pratt
Campbell Henry, weaver, 155 Sarah Ann
Campbell Hugh, laborer, Clinton n Boston
Campbell James Mason, attorney, 23 Lexing-
ton, office 68 Courtland
Campbell John J. dry goods and grocery, 162
McHenry and Poppleton
Campbell John, collector, 116 Orleans
Campbell John, 48 e Pratt
Campbell James, boiler maker, 75 Eastern av
Campbell James, shoemaker, 10 Douglas
Campbell Capt. James, 290 e Pratt
Campbell James, sailor, 297 Madison
Campbell James, huckster, Centre market
Campbell John, 125 Chew
Campbell John, painter, 235 Chase
Campbell John, machinist 46 Ross
Campbell Lewis, 388 Harford av
Campbell Mary, Marriott st, Locust Pt.
Campbell Michael, laborer, 16 n Amity
Campbell Patrick, drayman, 298 Monument
Campbell Rebecca, 87 n Gay
Campbell Robert & Sons, importers and manu-
facturers of watches, jewelry, &c., 205 Balt.
Campbell Rob't, (R. C.& Sons,) 75 Monument
Campbell Robert, carp.242 Durham
CAMPBELL ROSS, wh'sle. com. merchant,
over 245 and 247 Baltimore
Campbell Solomon, book keeper, 620 Balt.
Campbell Samuel, 207 n Canal
Campbell Thomas W. (Kraft & Co), dw. 173
Sharp
Campbell Thomas, fish dealer, 283 Forest
Campbell Wm. L carp. 183 n Fremont
Campbell Wm. (Kefauver & Campbell), dw
206 n Eutaw
Campen John, machinist, 536 Balt.
Camper Isaac, carp. 125 Monument
Camper Napoleon, plane maker and tool store,
128 Lexington
Canahan Isabella, 72 St. Paul
Canarey Michael, mason, 12 Rose
Canavan Patrick, screw cutter, 95 McElderry's
wharf
CANBY THOS. Y. & CHRIST. HATCH,
wh. druggists, n w cor Light and Lombard
Canby James N.. cabinet maker, 179 Madison
Canby Thomas Y. (Canbv & Hatch) 148 Sharp
Cane John, carter, 217 s Paca
Cane Michael, 197 Montgomery
Cane Thomas, 126 Boyd
Cane Wm., 148 s Greene
Cane Ezekiel 26 Hanover
Cane Henry, 5 Arch
Cane John, laborer, 143 Albemarle
Cane John, stone mason, 213 Raborg
Cane Michael, 28 Boyd
Cane Patrick, 21 n Church
Cane Patrick, 3 New
Cane Peter, laborer, 29 Barnes
Cane Wm. 136 Hamburg
Cane Wm. 32 s Pappleton
Candes Charles, furniture wagon, 48 Preston
Candlis Douglass, weaver, 40 Biddle al

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Canfield Ira C. (Canfield, Bro. & Co.) dw. 161
St. Paul
CANFIELD (IRA C.) BROTHER & CO. jew-
elers, 229 Balt.
Canfield Wm. B. (Canfield Bro. & Co), dw. 98
n Eutaw
Cann James R. printer, 14 Hill
Cannal Edward, baker, 21 Garden
Cannan Catharine. 20 Haw
Canne Michael, 22 Ross
Canning Thomas, mason, 3 Boothe
Cannivan James, tavern keeper, Boston st, e
of Chester
Cannon Bartine A. type founder, 216 Stirling
Cannon Daniel, market dealer, 140 French
Cannon Capt. James, 89 Albemarle
Cannon James, laborer, 645 Light
CANNON JOHN B. auction and commission
merchant. 82 Fayette, dw. 108 w Fayette
Cannon L. 159 Hughes
Cannon Martin, laborer, 109 Cross
Cannon Mary Ann, 11 Comet
Cannon Martha, 83 Ensor
Cannon Wm. laborer, 151 n Bond
Cannon Wm. carp. 119 Barre
Canoles Charles, of police, 151 Madison
Canoles Peter. 20 New
Canoles Wm. hackman, 278 Aisquith
Canox Joseph, dealer in leather and gardea
seeds, 189 Lexington or Louisiana
Canslar Charles, huckster, 32 Bank
Cantlar Christian, 170 s Wolf
Canton Company's office, corner Patuxent and
Boston sts. Wm. Dean, treasurer, warehouse
cor Chester and Alice Anna
Canty Patrick, plasterer, 12 Haw
Capert Thomas, laborer, 502 s Wolf
Cape John C., grocer, 193 n High
Caples Wm. shoemaker, 53 Centre
Capito Frederick J. watchman, 216 Montg.
Capito Mrs. 246 Fayette
Cappeau Misses Cecilia aud Frances, milli-
ners, 16 e Baltimore
Cappeau Joseph, book keeper, 109 Gay
Cappeau Joseph, book keeper, 158 German
Capples Jacob, puddler, 3 Wills
Caral Catharine, 302 s Charles
Carback Daniel, tailor, 178 Pearl
Carback Elisha T. 161 Lexington, dw. 250 w
Madison
Carback Elisha, painter, 121 Bank
Carback Mary, 11 Abbot
Cardel Jackson, laborer, 160 e Madison
Carey Chs., omnibus driver, 44 Cider alley
Carey Edward, laborer, 203 Vine
Carey George, agent Franklin Ins Co of Phila-
delphia, 1 North street, dw 123 Park
Carey (James,) & Howe, (Matthew H.) whol
deal boot and shoes. 266 Balt
Catev James, (C. & Howe,) dw Liberty road
Carey John T., 84 Pierce
Carey John, carter, Castle alley, s of Eastern
avenue.
Carey Michael, drayman, 6 L Monument
Carey Mrs , 172 n Eden
Carey Rosetta, 167 n Eutaw
Carey Thos., carter, 29 Walnut alley
Carey Thomas, carpenter, 225 East avenue
Carev William F., agent, 45 n Gay
Carey Wilson M., notary public, 51 Second,
Exch'ge buildings, h 128 Madison



 
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