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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
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Wadin Frederick, grocer and carpet weaver, 107
N. Paca st.
Wadsworth George, lumber mer., E. Falls av.,
res. Mansion House, c. Fayette & St. Paul.
Waesche Mrs. Margaret, 222 W. Pratt si.
Waggner Sebastian, victualler, 260 S. Bond st
—— Wm., ship carpenter, 184 Wolf st.
—— Charles, cooper, 223 Wolt st.
—— Lewis, ship joiner, 159 Thames st.
—— George, block and pump mak., 166 Thames,
h. 248 Fleet st.
—— Carl F., carpet weaver, 163 Fleet st.
—— Francis, block and pump maker, lower end
Bond st., h. 247 Wilk st.
Wagner Philip, grocer, 435 W. Baltimore st.
—— Caspar, baker, 459 W. Baltimore st.
—— Frederick, shoemaker, 246 Happy alley,
—— George J., laborer, 212 Gough st.
—— Mrs. Auguste, teacher of embroidery and
fancy needle work, 132 Lexington st.
—— Basil, mer. tailor, 9 S. Sharp, h. 31 N. Lib-
erty st.
Wahl Melchoir, shop keeper, 107 N. High st.
—— P. Jacob, hatter, 80 Thames st.
Waiss Jacob, baker, 301 E. Monument st.
Wait Wm. W., conveyancer, 97 Ann st.
—— Miss S. J., milliner, 97 Ann st.
Waite Richard C., ship smith, 10 Hill st.
—— Wm. W., painter Sc grocer, 7 E. Monument.
Walder P., clothier, 68 W. Pratt st.
Waldmann Wm., tavern, 33 Harrison st.
Waldon Samuel, brickmaker, 24 Gittings st.
Waldowers M. L., quill manuf., 27 N. Straw-
berry alley.
Wale Henry, paper sellsr, 109 Stirling st.
Wales Joseph G., shoemaker, 66 Lancaster st.
Walgen Frederick, cabinet maker, 50 N. Eden st.
Walker Mrs. Frances A., fancy store, 48 E. Bal-

—— Mrs. Sarah, 6 N. Spring st.
—— Joseph, teacher, 101 S. Exeter st.
—— Capt. Hugh S., 101 Broadway.
—— Peter, laborer, 129 Alice Anna st.
—— Richard, mariner, 260 Alice Anna st.
—— Benjamin, 11 Bank st.
—— Francis, sail maker, 76 Gough st.
—— Capt. Robert, 56 S. Spring st.
—— Samuel A., watchman, 100 N. Caroline st.
—— Daniel, boot maker, 289 N. Gay st.
—— Andrew, tailor, 89 French st.
—— Richard, clerk, 93 S. Exeter st.
—— Wm. fish dealer, 183 E. Monument st.
—— Alexander, 187 Fayette st.
—— John M., clerk, 158 Pearl st.
—— Sater T., 146 Saratoga st.
—— Charles W., grocer, 149 Lexington st.
—— Henry, grocer, 63 Marsh Market space.
—— Noah, clothier, 82 Marsh Market space.
—— Samuel D., tobacco com. mer., and Belgian
Consul, 54 S. Gay st.
—— John F., japanner, 57 Hanover st.
—— &. Kimberly, boot, shoe &. hat dealers, 327
W. Baltimore st.
— John W., of firm, h. 257 Biddle st.
—— Wm., sail maker, 34 Camden st.
— Samuel, carpenter, 46 Barre st.
—— John, wood dealer, 56 Hughes st.
— N., clothier, 92 W. Pratt st.
—— Joshua, 50 S. Sharp st.
—— Zebedee, carpenter, 6 Gittings st.
—— Henry, machinist, 73 N. Eden at.
— Mrs. Emily, 265 Biddle st.

Walker Mrs., 196 S. Bond st.
Wall Mrs. Mary, huckster, 26 Thames st.
—— Daniel, house and sign painter, 80 German
h. 208 Mulberry st.
—— John M., 99 N. Gay st.
—— Mrs. Ann R., milliner, 99 N. Gay st.
— James, grocer, 61 N. Gay st.
—— Jacob, carpenter & builder, 297 Fayette s
—— Ephraiin, carpenter, 196 Saratoga st.
—— Mrs. Michael, grocer, 126 Lexington st.
Wallace Wm., tin and sheet iron worker, 40
Calvert, h. 258 Fayette st.
—— S. Teackle, att'y at law, 12 St. Paul st.
—— Wm. T., 42 Granby st.
—— Mrs. Margaret, 27 N. Paca st.
—— Hinson, tailor, 80 House's court.
—— Capt. Wm., 124 E. Pratt st.
—— Michael, mariner, 14 Block st.
—— John, bay trader, 42 Philpot st.
—— Thomas," dry goods mer., 66 Hillen, h. C
Hillen st.
—— Wm., lime burner, 137 Columbia st.
Wallach Samuel, boot and shoemaker, 98 S. C
roline st.
Waller Abraham, fisherman, 1 Concord st.
—— Basil, tavern, 12 Fish Market space.
—— Dr. Alfred L., 34 Ross st.
Walls John, ladies' shoemaker, 41 German st.
Walmsley James M., grocer, 113 Hollins st.
Walsh Lawrence, carpenter, 15 New Church s
—— Thomas, bottler, 12 S. Gay st.
—— & McQuinn, lumber mers., 94 Light s
—— Laurence, huckster, 94 Granby st.
—— Thomas Yates, att'y at law, 5 Court House
lane, h. 28 Granby st.
—— John, 231 Fleet st.
—— Charles, magistrate, 40 S. Gay st., bas-
ment Exchange.
Walslrom Peter, shoemaker, 2 House's court.
Waltemeyer John, blacksmith, 49S W. Lombar
Walter Henry, carpenter, 205 Biddle st.
—— Hiram C., teamster, 448 W. Baltimore st.
—— Edmund T. H., tobacconist, 3 W. Pratt st
—— Wm., segar maker, 357 Franklin St.
—— Mrs. Catharine, 98 S. Cove st.
—— August, fringe weaver, 147 N. Canal st.
—— Bernard, laborer, 270 Alice Anna st.
—— Capt. Herman, 208 Fleet st.
—— Henry, boot and shoemaker, 194 Ann st.
—— Alexander, boot and shoemaker, 127 For-
rest st.
—— Wm., tobacconist, 17 Wagon alley.
—— Jacob, silversmith, 58 N. Howard st.
—— Dr. Charles V., 58 N. Howard st.
—— C. C., tobacconist, 68 N. Howard st.
Walters Benjamin F., shoemaker, 32 Holland s
—— John, 15 N. Exeter st.
Waltham John, laborer, 186 Light at.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 180 S. Sharp st.
Waltjen Henry, box maker, 272 N. Gay st.
Waltmeyer Henry, shoemaker, 101 Vine st.
Waltoar Gates, shoemaker, 220 S. Bond st.
Walton Elijah, carpenter, 128 Mulberry st.
—— Mrs., dress maker, 174 W. Lombard st.
—— Elijah, carpenter, 174 W. Lombard st.
—— Charles, baker, 71 Perry st.
Waltsmith Lewis, cooper, 59 N. Frederick st.
Waltz John, tailor, 213 Lexington st.
Wamaling Peter J., turner, 205 Hanover st.
Wambach Emanuel, baker, 120 N. High st.
—— Wm., boot and shoe maker, 4 South st.


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