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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1833
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For Norfolk, Petersburg and Richmond, Columbus
Capt. Toner; Pocohontas, Capt. Sutton; leaves the
lower end Speaers's wharf three limes a week, say
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, It one o'clock,
F. M. and arrives Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
from April to November; then twice a week till Jan-
uary; and once a week until March — the mail for
Norfolk is caried in this line. The Norfolk, Capt.
Parish, and the Virginia, Capt. Holmes, leave
same wharf with freight only, every Sunday morning,
far the same places.
For Alexandria, Washington and Georgetown. The
team packets Fredericksburg, Capt. B. J. Jenkins,
and Columbia, Capt. James Mitchell, leave Commerce
street wharf every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon
at 4 o'clock; returning, one of these boats leaves the
District every Sunday and Wednesday morning — from
Washington at 5, and Alexandria at 7 o'clock. Charles
Worthhington, agent.
Governor Wolcott, Capt. Wm. W. Verdon, leaves
Patterson st. wharf, for Havre-de-Grace and Port De-
posit, every Tuesday and Saturday, at 9 A. M.; returns
on Wednesdays and Sundays at 4 P. M. Also, for
Rockhall,Centreville and Chestertown,every Thursday
at 9 A. M.; returns on Friday at 4 P. M. William
Owen, agent, Patterson st. near the lower end w. side.
For Fredericksburg, Alez. Falls, & Co. agts, No. 3 &
4, Light street wharf The Rappahannock, Capt, Fair-
bank, leaves lover end of Light st. wharf, every
Sunday morning, at 6 o'clock, for Fredericksburgh, Va.:
wires here every Thursday morning.
Maryland, Capt. Lemuel G. Taylor, leaves the lower
end of Dugan's wharf, for Chestertown, every Mon-
day morning at six o'clock, returning same day: An-
napolis, Cambridge and Easton, on Tuesdays and Fri-
days at 7 A. M.; and Annapolis, only, at 9 A. M. on
Sundays; bat for winter arrangement, for Chestertown,
on Sundays at 9 A. M.
Patuxent, Capt. Geo. Weems, leaves the lower end
of Dugan's wharf, for Salisbury and Whitehaven, on
the Wicomico river, Eastern Shore, every Tuesday af-
ternoon at 6 P. M., arriving on her return, in Baltimore,
by the same route, on the succeeding Wednesday morn-
ings. For Benedict, on the Patuxent, W. Shore, every
Friday morning at 6 o'clock, stopping for passengers,
&c. at Town Creek, Herring Bay, &c. each way, ar-
riving in Baltimore on Sunday evening. James Har-
wood, Agent No. 7, Light st. wharf.


John Gill, Water street, opposite the Custom House;
S. Fernand South East corner of Gay and Water
streets; James B. Latimer, S. W. corner, of St. Paul
and Fayette streets, and Henry Brice, S. W. corner
of Gay and Water streets.


Circuts Court of the United States,
Sits at Baltimore on the 8th of April and 1st of
November. P. Moore, clerk.
District Court qf the United States,
Sits at Baltimore on the 1st Tuesday of March, June.
September and December. P. Moore, clerk.
Court qf Appeal for Maryland, Sits
For the Western Shore— at Annapolis, on the 2d
Monday of June and 1st Monday of December.
For the Eastern Shore— at Easton, on the first Mon-
day in June, aud 3d Monday of November.
Court of Chancery.
Site on the 2d Tuesday of March, '2d Tuesday of Jalyy
4th Tuesday of September, and 1st Tuesday of Decem-
ber. Ramsay Waters, register.
Baltimore County Court.
Sits on the 1st Monday of April and Nov. and for city
business, 1st Jan. May, Sept. and Dec.
Baltimore City Court.
Sits on 1st Monday in February, 1st Monday of June
and 1st Monday of Nov. Wm. M. Medcalfe, clerk.
Judges of the Orphan's Court.
J. Harwood, Henry Payson, and B. C. Ridgegate.
Insolvent Commissioners.
W. G. D. Worthington, Lewis Eichelberger, and
Ebenezer L. Finley.


Hand's Canal Line for Philadelphia; a vessel sails
every day, extreme bad weather excepted, John W.
Brown, agent, 65 Smith's wf.
The New York Old Line, leavei Frederick it dock,
every Saturday morning, and oftener if neccessary — I.
Mankin, agent, cor. Gay and Pratt streets.
Despatch Line for New York, every Are days from
Bowly's whf.W. Rhodes At. 1st, 6th,10th,15th,& 20th.
Todd's Line of New York Packets, every Saturday,
and oftener when necessary, from Smith's wharf— Jno.
W. Brown, agent.
The office of the Norfolk, Petersburg and Richmond
Line of Packets is kept at Tompkins & Coale's, Spear's
wharf, starts every Sunday.
The Union and Despatch Lines for Boston, Clark &
Kellogg, agents, starts each week from Bowly's whf.
Packets for Charleston and Savannah, starts once
a week from Spear's wharf. Charles Gwinn, agent.
For Rockhall, E. S from Bowly's wharf, Monday ,
Wednesday and Friday, at 9 o'clock, A. M.
A Packet for Rockhall and Chestertown, leaves Com-
merce st. whf. Tuesdays & Thursdays at 9 o'clock, A.M.
Centreville and Queenstown; from same place, every

[ ] at Commerce street wharf.


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