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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
Volume 528, Page 132   View pdf image (33K)
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Watkins Isaac, shoemaker, 3 Lewis st.
—— John W., bricklayer, c. Pearl & Saratoga.
Watson Mrs. Ann, 370 N. High st.
—— Mrs. A. M., 18 N. Exeter st.
—— Wm., Chandler, 61 Wilk st.
—— Wm. H., att'y, S Court House lane, h. 164
E. Pratt st.
—— Hugh, painter, 53 Block st.
—— John, ashman, 26 Addison st.
—— Charles, carpenter, 159 N. Paca st.
—— James T., wire weaver, 62 S. Calvert st.,
h. 154 S. Paca st.
—— George W., boot St shoe maker, 18 Ensor.
—— John, boot and shoe maker, 64 Ensor st.
—— Mrs. D., dry goods store, 46 Marsh Mark,
—— Thomas O., clerk, 182 E. Baltimore st.
—— Wm. J., boot & shoe maker, 139 W. Balto.
—— Thomas, grocer, 664 W. Baltimore st.
—— Edward, mate steamboat, 37 York st.
—— Mrs. Ann, dry goods store, 175 W. Pratt.
—— Mrs. Jane, grocer, S W. Lombard st.
Watt George, chemist, 32 Columbia st.
—— Thos. H., collar maker, 120 E. Monument.
Wattles James L., portrait painter, 107 Biddle.
Watts Kinsey, stone mason, 130 Pearl st.
—— P. A., patent cordage manuf., 60 South st.
—— Capt. Wm., 127 S. Exeter st.
—— Charles R., carpenter, 121 N. Canal st.
—— Simon, baker, 23S S. Bond st.
—— Kenelon, Pilot, 280 Wilk st.
—— Mrs. Cecilia, 146 French st.
—— Wm., coachsmith, 122 Orleans st.
—— Wm., 108 Conway st.
—— Reverdy Hays, painter, 137 York st.
—— Mrs, Julia Ann, seamstress, 41 Burgundy al.
—— Reuben, engineer, 155 Hollins st.
—— Alien, c. Pratt and Amity sts.
—— Richard, house & sign painter, c. Conway
and L. Green sts.
—— Capt. Frederick J., 173 Pitt st.
Waugh Rev. Beverly, bishop M. Ep. Church,
h. 20 S. Green st.
Weakley James P., cabinet maker, 166 Pitt st.
Weaver Levi, clerk, 70 Barre st.
—— George, carter, 272 Light st.
—— John, hardware mer., 130 Lexington st.
—— J., house and sign painter, 150 Lexington.
—— Joseph, 288 Lexington. st.
—— D. C., house St sign painter, 91 N. Eutaw.
—— Wm., carpenter, 346 W. Pratt st., h. 86
Bank st.
—— Jacob, cabinet maker, 20 S. Sharp st.
—— Caspar, carter, 70 Hamburg st.
—— John, blacksmith, 474 W. Lombard st.
—— Philip, fireman on rail road, 139 Hollins st.
—— James, painter, 118 Ross st.
—— Mrs. Mary, dry goods store, 227 Broadway.
—— Mrs. Caroline, 8 Shakspeare st.
—— John, tinner, 209 Wilk st.
— Daniel, constable, 248 E. Pratt st.
Webb James S., jeweller, 62 Fayette st.
— Augustus P., grocer, c. Paca St Lexington
sts., h. 65 Pearl st.
—— L. W., music engraver, 152 German st.
— Eleanor, fruit seller, 172 Saratoga st.
— Abner, grocer, c. Paca and Lexington sts.,
h, 50 N. Green st.
—— & Cromwell, grocers, 3 N. Howard st.
—— Win;, carpenter, 24 S. Frederick st.
—— Henry, lottery and ex. dealer, 191 W. Pratt
st, h. 120 Hanover st.

Webb Milton, grocer, c. Light and Cross sts.
—— George W., watchmaker and jeweller, 218
W. Baltimore st., h. 136 Park st.
—— Mrs. Jane, tavern, 83 W. Pratt st.
—— Mrs. Sarah, seamstress, 325 Wilk st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 287 Biddle st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 140 French st.
—— Charles St Sons, soap and candle manuf.,
180 Ensor st.
—— Charles, of firm, h. 178 Ensor st.
—— Charles, Jr., of firm, h. 161 E. Madison st.
—— James, of firm, h. 10 Chew st.
—— Mrs. Catharine, 16 Comet st.
—— John, clerk, 8 Maiden lane.
Webdel H. E., whip and cane maker, 52 North.
Weber Lewis, tavern, 77 Harrison st.
—— W. & G., tailors, 36 N. Liberty st.
—— Edward St Co., lithographic printers, over
S. W. c. Baltimore and Light sts.
—— Edward, of firm, h. 170 Aisquith st.
Webster Joseph, clerk, 43 N. Eutaw st.
—— Rev. Augustus, 66 Park st.
—— Aquila, segar maker, 103 N. Paca st.
—— Henry, laborer, 252 Light st.
—— Dr. Henry W., 169 S. Charles st.
—— George, mariner, 38 Henrietta st.
—— Wm., carpenter, 31 Columbia st.
—— John W., grocer, 115 N. High st.
—— George, blacksmith, 190 N. Exeter st.
—— Ormsby, ship joiner, 184 Bank st.
Wedekind John, bookbinder, 277 Fayette st.
—— St Maloney, carpenters, 19 N. Exeter st.
—— Lewis, of firm, h. 120 S. Paca st.
—— Henry, baker, 89 Conway st.
Wedge Simon, collector, 7 Lloyd st.
Weeks Sarah, shopkeeper, 136 Saratoga st.
Weems St McAllister, sail makers, 78 Light st.
—— Levin M., of firm, h. 213 Hanover st.
—— Wm. M., sail maker, 110 Lee st.
—— St Wilson, com. mers., 118 Dugan's wharf.
Weglein Aaron, locksmith and bell hanger, 174
S. Bond st.
Wegner Dr. Augustus, 63 N. Charles st.
—— Mrs. Elizabeth, 191 S. Caroline st.
Wehn Philip, grocer, 204 Light st.
Wehrheim C., boot St shoe maker, 11 Wagon al.
Wehrley Jonathan, 12 Tyson st.
Weiderman Thomas S., cooper, 511 W. Balto.
st., h. 690 W. Baltimore st.
—— Samuel B., cooper, 192 Raborg st.
Weidner Charles, milkman, 132 Penna. avenue.
—— P., boot and shoemaker, 104 Fleet st.
—— Lewis, milkman, 193 S. Cove st.
Weigel George, tavern, 157 Light st.
Weiger John, blacksmith and wheelwright, 255
N. Canal st.
Weil Leopold, clothier, 91 Thames st.
—— Jonas, dry goods mer., 13 E. Pratt st.
Weinder George, tailor, 67 Camden st.
Weinhagen George, firm of Emack &. Wein-
hagen, 330 W. Baltimore st.
Weinhardt Frederick, grocer, 238 N. Gay st.
Weir Wm., carpet weaver, 115 Granby st.
Weis Godfrey, tailor, 29 S. Strawberry alley.
Weise Lewis, butcher, 416 W. Pratt st.
Weishampel C., 102 S. Howard st.
Weisinger Charles, shoe finding store, 159 Fleet.
Weisler Abraham, pedler, 217 S. Bond st.
Weisman Jacob, laborer, 49 Richmond st.
Weitzel John, hatter, 18 Falls st.
— John, boot and shoemaker, 24 Fawn st


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