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t Anderson St Morrow, Merchants Main street.  
V Anderson,‘John, Housejoiner Market street. '
I Adams, Polly,‘ Grocery store Mill street. Q
* Ayres, Benjamin, Innkeeper Main street. ,
A Anderson, Mrs. (widow qf George,] Main Street- Y
` ~ Adams, William, Hatter 2:}-St. Goshen. j
V Aikin, Robert S. Bookbinder Residence, Market street
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I   Arcampball 8c Nouvel, 1\IerchantS Main street. `
Ashton 8: Beach, Coachmakers Main-Cross, near Short Street.
· Allen, Elisha, Tailor Upper, near Main street.
, { Ater Et Welsh, House joiners Shop, Mechanic street, Dwelling, Main,
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i Aldridge, I. P, Lancasterian Teacher Upper, near High Street.
‘ Adams, Ann, Upper street.
l y Alls0p,'Spence1§ House Joiner Upper street.
Alford, Sarah, Semstress Upper, near 3d street. 4
l   Adman, Benjamin, Hackncy·coachman 2d street.  
·. < Blair, Wm. W. . Attorney at Law Corner of Short and Upper etreek
‘ · Buck, Bradford 8: Megowan, Auctioneers Corner of M¤.in·$¢ Upper St!.
· l Bradford, Danl. Auctioneer Mulberry street.
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. Barton_& Craig, Merchants Main street. ,
· · Boyer, John G. Saddler Short street. i
‘ Bain, P. St W. Hatters Corner of Main and Main Cross streets. {
‘ · Ballinger, Grocer Short street. .
j y Boswell, Thos. E. &. Co. Merchants Main, cornerof Mill street. `
I F Boswell, Joseph St Geo. Merchants Cheapside.
» Boswell, Joseph, Physician Short street. '
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1   During the second decade of the nineteenth century,  
i4 this frontier metropolis had grown to be the cultural, intel-   V
‘ lectual and commercial center of the Western Country and   Z
{ had firmly laid claim to the title of Athens of the West.   l
l An English traveler described the city in 1818: “Lexingt0n   =
  is still considered the capital of fashion in Kentucky. There   {
{ are many genteel families, a few of which keep coaches. I   1
I The town on a whole exhibits a well-dressed population, and  
, is regularly built of frame and brick houses. It has an Uni-   (
versity [Transylvania], brick Mason’s hall, several places   T
of worship (three Presbyterians, one Episcopal, one Bap-  
tist, one Methodist, one Roman Catholic). Three printing   1
presses where three weekly newspapers are published; a  
branch of the United States Bank, and two other banking  
houses; seven mercantile houses and some good taverns  
1 and inns."  
Of the three newspapers mentioned by Timothy Flint,    
one was the Lexington Reporter, published weekly and    
later semi-weekly by William W. Worsley and his brother-   i
in-law, Thomas Smith, at their printing establishment lo-   .
cated on Jordan’s Row, facing the Public Square. In addi-   _
tion to their newspaper, these enterprising gentlemen pub-   `
lished a number of books during the years from 1816 to  
, 1819, some of the better-known ones being Robert McAfee’s  —
l History of the Late War in the Western Country, and  
V Michael Smith’s A Narrative of the Sujferings in Upper  
Canada, with his Family in the Late War—both of which  
1 are scarce and much-sought pieces of early Americana.  
1 In addition to books, pamphlets and religious tracts,  
Messrs. Worsley and Smith published three of their Ken-  
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  tucky Almanacks, now rare, bearing dates of 1818, 1819 and
  1820. Lexington’s second printed city directory was pub-
  lished as a part of Worsley & Smith’s Kentucky Almanac,
  and Farmer’s Calendar for the Year 181.9. It bears the im-
  print of 1818, and was a frail volume of forty-eight pages,
  nineteen centimeters tall and stitched. This small directory
. f (beginning on page 37) of ten pages lists the pioneer inhabi-
  tants, with their business addresses and occupations.
  Only four copies of Worsley & Smith’s 1818 Kentucky
i' Almanack are known to have survived, these rarities being
_ in the libraries of the Lexington Public Library. the Louis-
  ville Public Library, the American Antiquarian Society and
  the Wisconsin Historical Society.
y   The "Directory of the Town of Lexington for 1818" is
I { here published in full as it came oli the press one hundred
, i and thirty-five years ago. Names of the citizens are not
g listed in alphabetical order and a number of out—moded
l *4 occupations, unfamiliar to the present—day reader, are
  , recorded. Some of the streets named in this early directory
[ , have changed their names or lost their identity: Main-
I   Cross is now Broadway; Mulberry is Limestone; Constitu- .
y tion is East Second; Mechanic is Saunier Avenue and Jor-
~ i` Y dan’s Row was that block of business houses on the east
;_ l side of Upper, between Main and Short streets. Other
S 1 streets in the directory, as Walnut, Short, Main, High, A
- 1 Spring, Upper, Water, Mill and Cheapside are the same
i p today as in 1818. The quaint phraseology of the times
, and the archaic spelling of the names and occupations of
A y Lexingt0n’s earlyiinhabitants have been retained through-
, = out this publication.

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Anderson & Morrow, Merchants, Main Street.   i
*Anderson, John, House-joiner, Market Street. ge ,
Adains, Polly, Grocery store, Mill Street.  Qt, 1
Ayres, Benjamin, Inn-keeper, Main Street. T W
Anderson, Mrs. (widow of George), Main Street. { 
Adams, William, Hatter, 2d St. Goshen.  
Aikin, Robert S. Bookbinder, Residence, Market Street.  Qi
·Ayres, Samuel, Watchmaker & J eweller, Main Street.  l`?
Atkinson, Benjamin, Painter, Main Street.  
Arcampball & Nouvel, Merchants, Main Street.   _
·Ashton & Beach, Coachmakers, Main-Cross, near Short Street.  4=,~. pj
Allen, Elisha, Tailor, Upper, near Main Street.  jg; *
Ater & Welsh, House-joiners, Shop, Mechanic Street, Dwelling, F ,  
Main, near Main-Cross Street.   `
Aldridge, I. P., Lancasterian Teacher, Upper, near High Street.   _
Adams, Ann, Upper Street.  
. Allsop, Spencer, House-joiner, Upper Street.  Qi.; ,
Alford, Sarah, Seamstress, Upper, near 3rd Street. Ji-  1
Adman, Benjamin, Hackney—coachman, 2d Street.  {
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Blair, Wm. W. Attorney at Law. Corner of Short and Upper Streets.  
Buck, Bradford & Megowan, Auctioneers, Corner of Main & Upper  
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Bradford, Dan’l. Auctioneer, Mulberry Street.  
Bradford, Charles, Clerk. Corner of Mill and 2d Streets.  
Barton & Craig, Merchants, Main Street. 4L j
Boyer, John G. Saddler, Short Street.  
Bain, P. 8.: W. Hatters, Corner of Main and Main-Cross Streets.  
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. Ballinger, Grocer, Short Street.  
§? Boswell, Thos. E. & Co. Merchants, Main, corner of Mill Street. ‘`‘_
  Boswell, Joseph & Geo. Merchants, Cheapside. ·_ 
3 Boswell, Joseph, Physician, Short Street. ° ·
  Busey, James, Watchman, Short Street.  _`j
  Blanchard, Asa. Gold 8: Silver Smith. Corner of Mill and Short ,
l e Streets, residence, Mill Street.  
_ f Barbee, Lewis, Plasterer, Upper Street.
2 i Buchanan, Joseph, Attorney at Law, Mulberry Street. .
  Bank U. S. Oiiice of Discount and Deposit. Main, corner of Mill ,·
L Street. g 
=, Baxter, John, Wheelwright and Turner, Upper Street. ,_;
Blunt, Bartholomew, Grocery store, Short Street.  
_ _ Bradford and Wilson, Bookbinders, Upper, near Short Street.  
V Banton, Wm. T. Boarding-house, Short Street. · “{
Q Barrett, Barney, Hairdresser, Market Street.
. Q Barbee, Nathaniel, Plasterer, Main Street.  
.. Bryan, John, Saddler, Main Street. ,· 
g Bradford, John, Justice of the Peace, Mill Street. 715;
, I Bridwell, Fielding I. Saddler, Short Street. if 
, `_ Badger, Samuel, Retailer of liquors, Corner of Short and Main-  
_ Cross Sts.  
I Briggs, Edmond L. Physician, Main Street. ;’= 
i ’. Breckinridge, Joseph C. Attorney at Law, Mulberry Street. ,,,
l ` Bull, John, Carpenter, Constitution Street. ,
· > Barbee, Joseph & Co. Merchants, Water, near Upper Street. ..·= g
i . Barbee, Joseph, House-joiner, Dwelling, Upper Street. Q 
I ‘ Brown, Frank, (coloured man) Labourer, Mulberry Street. _,
V Barker, Joseph, Labourer, near Lexington Manufactory. _;
_ if Barker, Leonard, Bricklayer, Spring Street continued. ·,
» ` , Bradford & Bowles, Alluvian Steam Mill, Water, near Main—Cross ~_
· E Street. j 
T i Bruen, Joseph, Brass and iron-founder, Water, near Spring Street. ‘·
, F Bradley, Phillip, Main-Cross Street. . 5
. _ Bronston, Jacob, Saddletree-maker, George-Town Street.
; Brand, John, Bagging Manufacturer, Mulberry Street.
l Baker, John, House—joiner, Constitution Street. n, 
, Baker, William, House-joiner, High Street.  `
* Beatty, Robert, Weaver and Blue-dyer, Mulberry Street. _‘ 
, Babcock, Elisha, Carriage—maker, Mechanic Street.  ` ·
, i Bean, Abner, Inn-keeper, Upper Street. =
T } Bell, John, Bagging Weaver, Mulberry Street.  l
· J Bealart, David, Rope-maker, Walnut Street. “ 
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i nl  Burrowes, Nathan, Merchant, Mulberry Street.  
‘ `~,` Bruce, John, Rope-maker, Mulberry Street. Yi 
1  Burton, John, House—j0iner, Jefferson Street.  gi;
»  f Boling, Bevin, Cooper, Upper Street. if  i
  . Bell, William, Plane-maker, High Street. {   
Q Boulware, John, House-joiner, Mulberry Street.   `
, Barry. Wm. T. Attorney at Law, Mill Street.   -
Buck, Charles, Auctioneer, Residence, High Street.   °
_· Bridges, John, Tallow chandler & soap boiler, Main-Cross, near   l
. Water St.   l
 ` Brashear, Dr. Walter, 2d Street, Goshen. 2, 
  Barker, George, 2d Street.  H" (
f_ Barr, Thomas T. Attorney at Law, Ohice, Mulberry, between Main  ’;‘, `
_-[ and Short Streets. zi 
  , Blythe, James, D.D. Corner of Upper and 4th Streets.  
` Bowman, William, Livery stables, Water, near Mulberry Street.  iii,.  (
, J Boggs, Mrs. Martha, Boarding house, Main Street. ig ':
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·l  Coyle, Cornelius, Merchant, J ordan’s Row.  
  Cox, Edward, Bookbinder, Residence, Main Street. Q' 
  Combs, Leslie, Attorney at Law, Ofiice, Main Street.  Eff
  Castleman and Cooney, Merchants, Main Street.    
` ‘ Cox, George, Haberdasher, Main Street.   `F
  Chamberlain, John, Plasterer, 2d Street, Goshen.  {_  
’;  Chipley, Stephen, Brickmaker and Bricklayer, Mulberry Street.  
 2 Campbel.l, Archd, Public cryer, High Street.  
{ Cowan, James, Attorney at Law, J ordan’s Row.  gf _‘ ‘
_‘2 Cloud & Gaines, Drug store, Corner of Market and Short Streets.  if ,v,·  _
” Carroll, Edwd, Glovier and leather breaches—maker, Mulberry  gi'; ~
= . Street.    
`   Circulating Library, Main, near Upper Street.  
V ,= Cummens, Charles, Hairdresser, Main Street, near Mulberry.  ·__f€’ 
Challen & Gaunt, Fancy and Windsor chair-makers & painters,  
‘ Main Street.  ·;>_
  Connell, Walter, Porter house, Main-Cross, near Main Street.  iiffp 
’ Cooke, Jno. B, Taylor, Upper near Main Street.  #3
 , gg- Mrs. Cooke keeps a Millinery shop in the same house.  é{.~;[ 
S ;  Chamberlain, Thomas, Plasterer, 2d Street, Goshen.  iggggp 
 , Campbell, Mrs. Arthur, Boarding house, Water Street.  jjj; 
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Q , Carty, John, Potter, Corner of Water and Upper Streets. {
Capell, Henry, House-joiner, Main-Cross Street.  
  Capell, Jacob, House-joiner, Main-Cross Street. ‘
  Capell, Benjamin, House-joiner, Main-Cross Street.
5 Cooper, William, Millwright, Mulberry Street.
j Corn, Abraham, Plasterer, Mill Street.
f., Capell, Abraham, House-joiner, High Street.
, li Cumberland, John, Main Street. [
it Connover, James, Saddler, Main-Cross Street. ,
, , Clarke, John, House-joiner, Upper Street. l
§ Challen, William, Fancy & Windsor chair-maker, Main near Spring  
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‘“ Cirode, William, Skin-dresser, Main Street, near Catholic burying
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Coolidge, Nath’l, Skin-dresser, Main Street.
i Coolidge, Samuel, Bricklayer, Upper Street.
( Cahill, William, Waggoner, 4th Street.
* Clark, Michael, Waiter, Upper Street.
. 1 Cobb, David, High Street.
: Caldwell, John, Blue-dyer & Cotton-Spinner, High, Corner of
f Main—Cross Street.
»   Corder, Wm. S, Cordwainer, Church Alley.
. i Cornelius, Abner, Tobacconist, Upper, near Short Street.
¥. Cunningham, Rev. Robert M. Mulberry Street.
} [ Cooke, Mrs. Martha, Short Street. , `
', Cloud, Caleb W. Physician, Main Street.
l j Castleman, Lewis, J ur. Livery stables, Short Street. P
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. Y J Dudley, Benj. W. Physician and Surgeon, Mill Street. `
l 3 Dishman, John, Merchant, Cheapside.
~ Q Deverin, John, Confectioner, Short Street, Public square.
} l Downing, John, House-joiner, 3d Street.
k l Degrange, Jerome, Dry Good store, Mill Street. ·
, Davis, James E. Sheriff, Main Street.  
_ _ Downs, Benjamin, Bricklayer, Main Street. .
l Drake, Abm. S. Tailor, Main Street. . )
, Davis, Allen, Bricklayer, Mulberry Street.
Dillon, John D. Cordwainer, Short Street, Public Square.
Dumesnil, Anthony, Watchmaker and Jeweller, Mill Street.
, ° Downing and Grant, Painters and Grocers, Short Street.

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l Desforges, Stephen H. Grocery store, Short, corner of Main-Cross  
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Dubois, John, Baker, Upper, near Water Street.  L ,
Ducker, James, House-joiner, High Street. .§ _ .g
Davis, Benjamin, Retailer of Liquors. Corner of Upper and Water   ;
Sts.  
Dougherty, Wm. Retailer of Liquors, Water Street.   ‘
{ Dukeminner, John, White Lead Manufacturer, near Lead Factory.  vg {
p Donnelly, Patrick, Retailer of Liquors, near Lexington Manufactory. jj,  `
Day, Joseph, Bricklayer, Main-Cross Street.  
Downing, Samuel and Sons, Water, near Mulberry Street. T,  ,
‘ Duvall, Thomas, Constitution Street.   r
Dawson, Thomas, Mulberry Street.   .
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Elder, Matthew, Justice of the Peace, 3d Street.  I 1
Essex, Thos. & Co. Bookbinders, Main Street. Q S
Eads, John, Blacksmith, Main-Cross Street. U 
Ennis, James, House-joiner, Jefferson Street.  
Q Ennis, John, Mill Street. ;; 
· ` Fishback, Sam’l. D. Attorney at Law, Short Street.  [ji;  
, 'Fisher, John, Brickmaker and Bricklayer, High Street.  ,.  
Foster, Hugh, Tailor, Residence, Mill Street.   t
‘ Fletcher, Henry, J eweller, Short Street.  Y? _
‘ »· Frazer, Robert, Clock and Watchmaker, Upper, near Main Street.   J
Fishback, James, Minister of the Gospel, 3d street, Goshen.   .
· _ . Fry, John, Cordwainer, Main Street.  gy ‘
Fishell, Michael, Tin and Coppersmith, Main Street.  
Forde, Gibbs, & Co. Merchants, Mill Street, near Main Street.  
, Farrar, Asa, Post & Rail—maker, High Street.   .
Ferrill, London, Waiter, Short Street cont’d.  tp
Fowler, John, Postmaster, Main Street.  
( Fleming, James, Cordwainer, Upper, near Main Street.   _
Fayette Paper Manufacturing Company’s Paper Store. Upper, be-  
’ tween Short and 2d Streets. Eg .;
Fife, Thomas, Reed-maker, Water Street.   ]
J Fleming, James, Cooper, Upper Street near Lex. Steam Mill.  
J Fisher, David, House—joiner, Mill Street.  gy; ,
Flannagan, George, Mill Street.  
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A Gaines, Bernard, Boarding—house, Corner of Short and Market
,· n Streets.
  Giron, Mathurin, Confectioner, Mill Street.
, U Gist, Nathaniel, High Street.
j Geers, William, Inn-keeper, Mulberry Street.
5 _ Guinand, Julius, Watchmaker, Main Street. ‘
?‘ Gatewood, James (coloured man), Retailer of Liquors, Market
`¤ Street.
. ji Grant, Thomas, Painter, Residence, Mill Street. ' ‘
  Green, Rebekah, Short Street.
_, ( Gatewood, Robert A. Merchant, Main Street.
Y Garrett, Wm. & Co. Grocers, Corner of Water and Upper Streets.
`» Graves, W. W. Merchant, Dwelling, Mill Street.
Graves, James, Merchant, Cheapside.
I Grooms, Elijah H. Main Street.
' George, Leonard, Inn-keeper, Corner of Short and Main-Cross
< Streets.
. i Grinstead, Robert, Brick and Stone Mason, Mulberry Street.
z Gray, Thomas, Silversmith, Dwelling, Lowry Street, Western sub-
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, 2 Gray, Mrs. Salley, Gentlewoman, Short Street.
, ¤ Graves, Josiah, House-joiner, 4th Street, near Mulberry Street.
`. . Gibney, Alex, Plasterer, Constitution Street.
,   Grooms, Robert, Post and Rail-maker, 3d. Street.
il Gough, Michael, House—joiner, Main-Cross Street.
{ 2 Grooms, Mrs. Nancy, Walnut Street.
I ° Gist, Billy (coloured man), Western suberb.
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’ E Head, James, Mill Street.
) `A Holderman, Pearson & Co. Merchants, Main Street.  
, F Howe, Edward, Wagon—maker, 3d Street.
» ( Huston, Robert, Lex. Steam Mill, Residence, Mill Street. .
. . Hawkins, Thos. W. U. S. Bank Clerk, Short Street continued.  
‘ Hardisty, David, Residence, High Street.
l Hardesty & Hess, Retailers of Liquors, Water Street.
Hay, George, Cordwainer, Main Street.
y Hanson, William, House-joiner, Main Street. .

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Hervey, Joseph H. Merchant, Main Street.  
Hogan, Lewis, Stone-mason, Short Street.  J; ,
Higgins & Pritchart, Merchants, Corner of Main and Mulberry  
Streets.   `
Huston, William, Grocery store and residence, Main Street.   {
Hunt, William G. Editor of the M onitor, Residence, Main Street.  
Heran, James L. Hatter’s shop, Main Street.   T
‘ Heran, Susanna, Main-Cross Street.   <
Hedenberg, Peter & Co. Saddlers and harness—makers, Mulberry   `
l Street, opposite Short Street.  
Hilton, Level, Carpenter, Main—Cross Street.   {
Hunt, John W. Merchant, Residence corner of Mill and 2d. Streets.  
Hamilton, James, Retailer of Liquors, Upper Street.  
Henley, Elkanah, House-joiner, Constitution Street. fg 
Haller, Benjamin, Tailor, Mill Street.   ,
Hadley, William, Cordwainer, Main Street.   1
Haggin, James, Attorney at Law. Oflice Upper, near Main St. k i
Dwelling Main-Cross St. {gg 
Harrison, John, Bricklayer, High Street. C€ 
Hampton, Jesse, Retailer of Liquors, Mulberry, fronting Water  gn
Street.  
Hawkins, Warner, Stone-mason, Upper Street.  QQQ
Hostetter, Joseph, Butcher, High Street.  _  
Henry, James P. Iron—founder, Water Street. J; ‘;
Hart, Jno. & Thos. P. Tammany Steam Mills, Water Street, OHice   i
J ordan’s Row.  
Hart, Thos. P. Dwelling, Mulberry Street. `   1
Hamilton, John, Rope—maker, High Street.  gf `
Hudson, John, Retailer of Liquors, Main Street.   _
Hurst, James, Stone—mason, Short Street.  YQ? ~
Hill, James, Cabinet—maker, Upper Street.  
Hannegan, Edwd. B. Schoolmaster, Spring, near High Street.  
Hickey, Thomas, Oil—cloth manufacturer, Main, near Main-Cross  sj _
Street.  
  Henry, John, Cooper, Mulberry, opposite Constitution Street.  
Henry, Elijah, Blacksmith, Mulberry Street.  *9;},
. Holloway, Mrs. Elizabeth, J efferson Street.  in 
` Hopewell, Sam’l. Blacksmith, Upper St, near Lex. Steam Mill.   _
Higgins, Richard, Merchant, Residence, High, corner of Upper   Y
Street. E if   
Hull, Peter, Butcher, High Street.  lt; W
Hull, John, Butcher and Tanner, High Street.  
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Y. Hosmer, John, Instructer of Youth, Short St, near the Mason’s
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p Hart, Mrs. Susan (widow of the late Col. Thos. Hart), Mill Street.
· ` Haskins, Joseph, Portrait—painter, Short Street.
? Hickey, Simeon, White and black-smith, Northern suberb.
Q Higginbottom, Ralph, House-joiner, Upper Street.
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X January, Thomas, Hemp manufacturer, 2d. Street.
~_ Jones, John, Cotton-spinner, Water Street.
i January & Nutman, Silverplaters, Main Street.
I January, Andrew M. Silverplater, Residence, Mulberry Street.
, ., Johnson, Asa, Indian Doctor, Main Street.
t . Johnson, Le Roy, Physician, Upper Street.
g Jones, Nelson R. House-joiner, Constitution Street.
V   J ouett, Matthew H. Portrait-painter, Hotel Building, Public Square.
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    Kennedy, Matthew, House-joiner, Constitution Street.
{ ». . Kane, Thomas, Tailor, Cheapside, Residence, Mulberry Street.
{ L Keiser, Benjamin, Bookbinder, Main Street, sign of the Ledger.
— Keiser, Elizabeth, Boarding-house, Market Street.
Y _ i Kelly, James, Blacksmith Shop, Short Street, Residence, Main
~ . Street.
, ` ‘ Keen, Sandford, Inn-keeper, Corner of Main and Mulberry Streets.
_ `J Kelley, Henry, Tobacconist, Main Street.
) .' Krickel, Francis, Inn-keeper, Corner of Hill and Main-Cross Streets.
i Kauck, George, House-joiner, Upper Street.  
* Keiser, Jacob, B1acksmith’s shop, Mulberry Street. _
` King, William, 4th Street. gl
* " King, John, 4th Street.
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Lockwood, John, Brush-maker, Main Street.  
Layton, Daniel, Bricklayer and brickmaker, Main Street.   .
Lexington Branch Bank, Corner of Short and Mill Streets.   ;
Lexington Steam Mill, Upper Street, Hickman Road. it ?
Leavy, William & Son, Merchants, Main Street.  
U Leavy, William, Sen. Merchant, Residence, Mill Street. gi 4
Lemon, James, Farmer, Mill Street.   {
i Lemon, Joseph I. Merchant, Mill, between Main and Short Streets.   {
" Leuba, Henry, Watchmaker, Short Street. ¢
Leuba, Mrs. (wife of Henry), Midwife, Ditto.   ,
Littleford, Mrs. Charlotte, Schoolmistress, Main Street.   {
Logan, A. & Son, Tanners and Curriers, Main, Corner of Main-  
Cross St.  
Lowry, Elijah, Retailer of Liquors, Upper, near Water Street.   4
Lowrey, Mrs. Izabel, Water, near Mulberry Street.   E
Le Grand, Abner, Auction and Commission Store, Short, near Upper  
Street. ·
Lexington Manufactory, Western suberb.  
Lowman, John, Rope-maker, High Street.  
Lexington Library, North West corner of Public Square. E4 
Lewis, Peter (coloured man), Market Street. ’~ _
Long, Samuel, House—joiner, Upper Street.   {
` . Lotspeich, William, Tobacconist, Upper Street. I  {
Le Grand, Mrs. Jane P. Jefferson Street. `   
Loney, Thomas, Waggoner, Main, opposite George-Town Street. 3  Y
Lowrey and Clarke, Hatters, Main Street. . ,_ S
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McIntosh, James, Carver and Gilder, Upper Street, Public Square. li v
Mason, Jno. T. Marshall of Kentucky, Corner of Upper and 2d g' 
Streets. L 
Morton, Wm. R. and Co. Merchants, Corner of Main and Upper  
 · Streets. { _
McCullough and Foster, Tailors, Public Square.  if 
  Monks, Richard, Weaver, Main Street. li 
` Maccoun, James, Merchant, Main Street, Tobacco factory, Upper `i  1
Street.   E
Maxwell, John, near Lexington Steam Mill. i  a
Macbean, William, Attorney at Law, Residence, Mulberry Street, 3=.  i
Oiiice, Short St.   `
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Fi M’Kenney, Gerard, Sheriff, Mulberry Street.
  McMeekin, Samuel & James, Hatters, Mill Street.
  McLaar, Patrick, Weaver, Residence, High Street.
{nfl McLaar & Burns, Grocers, Water Street.
Y2 Miller, William, 2d Street, corner of Upper St.
  Megowan, Mary, Main Street.
jg'- ~ Megowan, Stewart, Farmer, Main Street.
ge`, Morton, William, Merchant, Residence, Mulberry Street. {
if Monitor Printing Office, Bank Alley.
‘   Murphy, Jeremiah, Constable, Mulberry Street.
ft}, Moffett, Cyrus A. House-joiner, Upper Street. -
‘ jQ“f;‘_ McCracken, John, Retailer of Liquors, Upper Street.
  Martin, John L. Exchange Oflice, Main Street, near Mulberry.
?Ti· Miller, Benjamin P. House-joiner, Main Street.
  Maxwell, Samuel, Plasterer, Main Street.
  Megowan, David, House-joiner, Main Street.
Y}; McNitt, Robert, Butcher, Mulberry Street, Southern Suberb.
, gl- McCouat, Thomas, Baker, Main—Cr0ss, near Main Street.
  Megowan, James, Cabinet-maker, Main Street.
— ·..g McCullough, Archd, Dwelling, Mill Street.
, {J McConnell, James, Farmer, Frankfort Road.
I   Marsh, Richard, Umbrella-maker, Corner of Spring & Water Streets.
Egg ·.*` Murray, James, Labourer, Main Street.
  Morrison, James, President of the Office of Discount and Deposit,
i é€Y`Q‘ Dwelling, corner of Short and Upper Streets.
; f Moody, Burgess S. Saddle and harness-maker (successor to B.
=   Stout), Main Street.
i is , McElwee, C. B. Cabinet-maker, Main, near Main-Cross Street.
  McPherson, Robert, Bricklayer, 4th Street.
I {3. McChord, James, Minister of the Gospel, Mulberry, near 4th Street.
  Martin, Mrs. Lucy, 2d Street.
l   McLean, Mrs. Margaret, 2d Street.
· é_,`,‘ Meisner, Christopher, White and blacksmith, Water Street.
ll ABQ Mitchell, Hiram, Cooper, Upper Street.
i YM Metheney, Richard, Potter, Upper Street, near Lex. Steam Mill. 0
f Q, McConnathy, Jacob, Miller, Upper Street, near Lex. Steam Mill.
, ig Metheney, John, Chair—maker and Turner, Main-Cross Street, near *
’   Lex. Steam Mill. U
I   McDonald, Charles, Watchmaker, High Street.
V if McConnell, Robert, Wheelwright, Main-Cross Street, near Lex.
J Steam Mill.
_ (Tl McDaniel, James, House—joiner, High Street.
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McDaniel, George, House-joiner, High Street.  
McQui]len, Thomas, Saddler, Main-Cross, near High Street.  
Marsh, John, Machine-maker, High Street. 5;
McCal1a, Andrew, Main—Cross Street.   ‘
McCalla, John M. Market, corner of Short Street. ,3 ;
Morton, John H. Collector of the U. S. Revenue, Residence, south-   i
western suberb—OiHce, corner of Main and Upper Streets. gy .
( Miner, Orange, coloured man, Mulberry Street.   {
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Norvell, John, Printer and Editor of the Ky. Gaz. Ofllce Main Street,   {
Residence, corner of High and Upper Streets.  
Norton, John, Drug Store, Main Street.  
Norton, Stephen P. Bookbinder, Public Square alley.  
Norton, George, Tobacconist, Residence, High Street, Factory, Mui- {Q,  
berry Street.  
Neal, James, Blacksmith, Main Street.  
Norwood, Frederick, Stone-mason, Main—Cross Street. 7;
Nelson, John, House—joiner, High Street.  
Norwood, Charles, Jur. Stone-mason, Mill Street.  
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Owings, Thomas D. Iron store, Short Street.    
Owens, Samuel, Tailor, Main Street.  lg ‘
O’Hara, Tailor, Main Street. *; `
O’Neale, Francis, Stone-Cutter, Mulberry Street. .·  . *
Oliver, Elijah, Cordwainer, Mill Street. { 
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Patterson, Jno. S. House-joiner, Short Street continued.   _
Parker, Alex & Son, Merchants, Main Street.  Qf
0 Parker, Alex. Merchant, Residence, High Street.  ,f
_ Pike, James M. Hairdresser, Main Street. , 
Q Putnam, James, Whitesmith, Short Street. :  ‘
Poindexter, William, Watch—maker, Main Street, Residence, Water    
Street. ·, _ T
Price, Arjalon, Grocery-store, corner of Mill and Short Streets. 2  
Pulis, David, Bricklayer, High Street.   _
Postlethwait, Joseph R. Mulberry Street.   `
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  Prentiss, Nathl. Tailor, corner of Short and Mulberry Streets.
ic, Paul and Walters, Stone-Cutters, Market Street. __
  Pilcher & Shaw, Hatters, Main—Cross Street.
  Plimpton, Charles, Main, near Main-Cross Street.
j,‘e B@" Mrs. Plimpton keeps a Millinery store in the same house.
ig Palmer, James W. Bookseller, Main Street, sign of the Bible.
  Harish, Benjamin, Cabinet shop and Cotton factory, Main Street. _
. Qg; Prentiss, Thomas G. Main Street.
  Pearson, Edmond B. Main Street.
’   Park, John, Cordwainer, Main—Cross, near Main Street.
  Payne, Dan’l. McCarty, Attorney at Law, Ofiice, Main Street. .
  Pilcher, Beverly, Constable, Main Street.
ig, Pilcher, Lewis, Butcher, High Street.
  Porter, Ephraim, House-joiner, Western suberb.
,\,= Peyton, Jacob, Weaver, Main Street.
  Prentiss, Thos. M. Schoolmaster, Main Street. “
  Prentiss, James, High Street, Tate’s Creek Road.
§,g_ Puthuif, John, Blacksmith, Short, near Main-Cross Street.
·  (J Parker, Mrs. Elizabeth R. Short Street.
,   Pigg, Lewis, House-joiner, Main-Cross Street.
I.`9; Parker, Mrs. Eliza J. Constitution Street.
* mi} Price, John, Surveyor of Fayette County, Upper Street.
1 sg, Porter, Norman & Co. Tin manufacturers, Upper, near Main Street.
If · Postlethwait, John, Tobacco Stemmery & Residence, High Street. r
} §,»i¤'. Powers, Steph