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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1842
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Willard Daniel, last maker, 46 Light st wharf
Willard Mrs. e side Light st 3d doors of Armistead lane
Wille Chas. & Dickey, imp. German fancy goods, 7 Hanover st
Wille Charles, firm ditto, dvv 80 Saratoga st
Willenbecher D. shoemaker, Lombard st 3 doors e of Charles
Wilier Mrs. mantua maker, 100 n Howard st
Willeshauser John, cordwainer, Alice Anna st e of Bond
Willet Henry, Lombard st w of Caroline
Willey Zebulon, seaman, Armistead lane w of William st
Willey Richard, steamboat hand, Silver st w of Eden
Willey Joseph, hardware store, 7 1/2 Franklin st vv of State
Willey Wm. s side Comet st cor Aisquith
Williams Nathaniel, atty. and counsellor at law, Monument Sq.
n w cor Calvert and Lexington sts. opp the Court house
Williams Joseph B. atty. do do do
Williams Richard, firm Burke & Williams, bricklayer, dw 64 w
Lexington st
Williams Edward, Lexington st betw Rock and Cove
Williams Geo. H. atty at law, 15 Lexington st e of Charles
Williams Jacob S. brush maker, Collins's court rear of Saratoga
st w of Cove
Williams Thomas B. mt. dw Saratoga st w of Sharp
Williams H. H. mt. Commerce st. dw Saratoga st w of Charles
Williams George, mt. Bowly's wharf, dw 33 n Gay st
Williams John M. botanic physician, 53 Harrison st
Williams mrs Susan F. St Paul st n of Mulberry
Williams mrs Catharine, St Paul st s of Centre
Williams Nathaniel F. collector of the port of Baltimore, dw
79 n Charles st. office Customhouse s end Ex. buildings
Williams David, stone mason, Howard st near Richmond mkt.
Williams Wm. shoemaker, Chestnut al w of Pearl st
Williams Wm. labourer, Pierce st e of pove
Williams Thomas, shoe store, 85 Baltimore st
Williams Lewis, bricklayer, Lerew's al n of Monument st
Williams miss Mary, Park st n of Pleasant
Williams miss Mary, L Hampstead st w of Strawberry al
Williams George, clerk, Mullikin st e of Caroline
Williams Wm. shoemaker, Mullikin st w of Strawberry al
Williams mrs Sarah, Aisquith st s of Chew
Williams mrs Cordelia, Lewis st n of Orleans
Wlliams W. J. Thomsonian physician, s e cor Front and Hil-
len sts—see advt. in front, page 14
Williams George, w side Gay st n of Madison
Williams Michael, tailor, s e cor Forest st and Hull's lane
Williams Nancy, huckster, w side East st n of Douglass
Williams Thomas, Potter st n of Douglass
Williams David, mahogany sawyer, w side Potter st n of Pitt
Williams & Houlton, grocers, s e cor Exeter and Hillen sts
Williams Samuel, firm ditto, dw Gay sr bet Exeter & Potter sts
Williams Owen, cooper, Bottle al e of Cove st


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