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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
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Wilcox John J. Monument st e of Caroline
Wilcox Henry, police officer, Aisquith st n of Douglass
Wilcox Peter, butcher, Harford av n of Ensor st
Wilcox Wm. L. shoemaker, n side Gay st e of the bridge
Wilcox T. S. shoemaker, n side Gay st w of Exeter
Wild Frederick, labourer, Schroeder st n of Lexington
Wild J. T. grocer, Saratoga st 2 doors w of Cove
Wild J. Philip, confectioner, Franklin st e of Paca
Wilde James, carpenter, Hollins st w of Schroeder
Wilde J. W. F. s w cor Howard and Pratt sts
Wilder Levi, teacher, Fayette st n side e of Greene
Wilder James S. com. mt. 91 Bowly's wharf
Wildermood Adam, grocer, cor Mulberry and State sts
Wildey Thos. porter and oyster cellar, s w cor Gay & Front sts
Wile Marcus, pedlar, Fleet st e of Bond
Wiley Wm. Saratoga st e of Cove
Wiley James, s w cor Market space and Lombard st
Wiley James, pilot, Fell st s of Thames
Wiley Alexander, ropemaker, Joppa X roads, opp rope walk
Wiley Wm. tailor, e side Argyle al n of Alice Anna st
Wiley capt Alexander, w side Caroline st n of Gough
Wilhelm Jacob H. tinner, Biddle st near George
Wilhelm Wallace, tavern, n side Fishmarket space
Wilhelm Geo. W. lumber mt. Monument st w of Ensor, do do
e of Ensor
Wilhelm Charles, butcher, Sterling st n of Madison
Wilkins mrs Wm. 75 n Charles st
Wrilkins Joseph, Franklin st w of Cathedral
Wilkins Isaac, fireman on rail road car, Poppleton st s of Fayette
Wilkins & Wonn, dry goods mts. 193 Baltimore st
Wilkins capt Wm. N. Eden st e side s of Pratt
Wilkins Bartus, saddler and harness maker, 48 South st
Wilkinson James T. grocer, cor Monument and Ensor sts
Wilkinson Robert, hatter, 62 C Market space
Wilkinson mrs Sarah, boarding house, Pitt st w of Exeter
Wilkinson James, teacher, Aisquith st n of McElderry
Wilkinson Thomas, iron moulder, Harford av n of Aisquith st
Wilkinson ————, n side Hillen st 2d door w of East st
Wilkinson James, Gay st s of Canal
Wilkinson Jos. saddle & harness maker, Hamburg st w of Light
Wilkinson E. H. ship carpenter, dw Wolf st n of Lancaster
Wilkinson James, tavern, 10 n Frederick st
Wilkison Wm. B. tarpaulin hat man. Mullikin st e of Fairmount
Wilks James, jr. hardware imp. 19 n Howard st
Will Wm. C. gun and locksmith, and hardware dealer, 5 Har-
rison st
Willan George, tailor, Forest st s of Orleans
Willard Julius, Charles st n of Sugar alley
Wiilard Simon, edge tool man. cor Stiles and President sts. dw
President st s of Pratt


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