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Matchett's Baltimore Director for 1847-48
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Warner Lewis M. dw 257 W Lombard St

Warner M. jr. brickmaker, s e cor Eutaw and Pratt sts

Warner George, jr. attorney at law, 50 Fayette st. up stairs

Warner Andrew E. gold and silversmith, 10 n Gay st

Warner Adam, laborer, 313 Bond st

Warner Henry, ship carpenter, 8 York st

Warner Mrs. Mary Ann, confectioner, a Fayette st

Warner Francis A. tailor, 234 Monument, at

Warner William H. cabinet maker, 133 Canal St

Warner Leander A. 41 n Eden st.

Warner Jos. P. watch case maker, Bank lane, dw 191 German st

Warner Asa, blacksmith, 401 w Lombard St

Warner J. W. grocer, 69 Hollms et

Warner John, boot and shoemaker, 75 Argyle alley

Warner Michael C. 54 Columbia st

Warner James M. merchant tailor, 73 Lombard St

Warner George, 26 Columbia st

Warnken Luhr, grocer, 97 s Howard st

Warren Spencer M. shoe dealer, 269 w Pratt st

Warren Joseph, hatter, 110 n Gay st

Warren Alien, musician, 866 n Gay st

Warren Samuel, stove dealer, 90 n Calvert st

Warrick John, huckster, 278 Monument st

Warrick John, bricklayer, 208 East st

Warring Spencer M, 269 w Pratt st

Warrington George, carter, 42 York st

Warrington Thomas J. tailor, 122 Bond st

Warwick David, carpenter, 181 n Paca st

Washington Henry, carter, 21 Somerset st

Washington Medical College, Fairmount Hill

Washington Jas. H firm Mayger & Washington, dw 34 Fawn st

Waskey Benjamin, ornamental painter, 16 East st

Wasmus Frederick, carpenter, 25 Jackson st

Waston Thomas, manner, 213 Ann st

Watch House Eastern Dist. cor. Broadway and Alice Anna st
do Western do Green near Balto st
do Middle do cor. Holhday and Saratoga st
do Southern do Montgomery bet. Hanover &, Sharp

Watchbaugh Frederick, wheelwright. 200 Happy alley

Watchman Mrs. Mary, 139 n Eutaw st

Watchman John, machinist, 17 L Hughes st

Watchman George, machinist, cor. Johnson and L. Hughes st

Water Company's office 19 South st

Waterman Samuel, peddler, 61 French st

Waters F. G. property dealer, 8 Law buildings, St. Paul st. dw
dw 80 Mulbery st

Waters Mrs. Rebecca, 309 Lexmgton st

Waters James S. bookseller and stationer, 244 Baltimore st. dw
90 Mulberry st

Waters & Vaahollen, harness makers, 561 w Baltimore st

Waters James Brown, painter, 47 n High st

Waters William, laborer, 78 House's court, a Charter st

Waters John A. carter, Fairmont.Hill

Waters William, House's court

Waters Eleanor, 101 Sharp st

Waters James P. painter, 285 e Baltimore st


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