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Baltimore Wholesale Business Directory and Business Circular for the Year 1845
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Weitzel Jacob & Son, boot and shoe makers, 41
President st.
Welb Wm., cabinet maker, 317 Wilk st.
Welch John, ship painter, 144 Thames st., h. 152
—— David, shoemaker, 264 Franklin st.
—— Robert M., late notary public, basement
Exchange, h. 23 S. Gay st.
—— John, painter, 180 Ann st.
—— Mrs. Lydia, 63 E. Lombard st.
—— James, tailor, 17 New st.
—— James, 56 S. Calvert st.
—— & Hogg, carpenters, 82 North st.
—— John, of firm, h. 84 North st.
—— John, breaksman on R. R., 326 N. Howard.
Welcher Charles, blacksmith, 211 Ann st.
Weld & Jenks, com. mers., S Bowly's wharf.
—— George, of firm, h. 38 Franklin st.
Weldon Mrs. Mary, shopkeeper, 55 Block st.
Welfangel August, tavern keeper, 423 W. Balti-
more st.
Welham Wallace, tavern keeper, 14 Fish Mar-
ket space.
Wellener Thomas, ship carpenter, 171 Wolf st.
Weller Christof, carter; 20 N. Green st.
—— & Ash, coach makers, 78 N. Calvert st.
—— Reuben, frame maker, 28 N. Eutaw st.
Wellesday Valentine, milkman, 19 Gittings st.
Welling James, 291 Fayette st.
Wellman Beale, dealer in cotton, yarn, carpet-
ing, &.C., 339 W. Baltimore st.
Wellmore Edward, portrait painter, 13 S. Sharp
st, h. 163 Mulberry st.
Wells Dr. Richard, 20 George st.
—— & Miller, engineers &. machinists, c. Fleet
and President sts.
—— John, of firm, h. 93 S. Exeter st.
—— Edward, 116 E. Pratt st.
—— Peter, collector, 246 E. Pratt st.
—— Richard C., butcher, 87 Bank st.
—— Miss Eliza, teacher, 2 N. Caroline st.
—— Andrew H., butcher, 208 Pitt st.
—— Thomas, 124 N. Cove st.
—— Wm., grocer, 146 E. Monument st.
Wellshoffer Henry, carpenter, 122 Pine st.
Wellslager George, tavern, 43 S. Liberty st.
—— Stephen D., painter, 186 Alice Anna st.
Welsh Mrs. Catharine, shopkeeper, 167 Fleet st.
—— Michael, stone cutter, 355 W. Pratt st.
—— Mrs. Maria, 226 Saratoga st.
—— John, seaman, 37 Cross st.
—— Wm., tobacconist, 367 W. Baltimore st., h.
126 Pearl St.
—— Patrick, laborer, 17 Slemmer's alley.
—— Ellen, 13 Balderston st.
—— James, drayman, 18 Lee st.
—— John, weaver, 189 Peirce st.
—— Mrs. Eleanor, 68 N. Calvert st.
Wendt Wm., butcher, 30 Lancaster st.
Wentz Sam'1 H., book-keeper Mechanics' bank,
h. 50 Pearl st.
—— Eliza, teacher, 140 Conway st.
—— Isaac, laborer, 30 Camden st.
—— John B., barber, 108 Thames st.
Wenzell Conradt, cabinet maker, 67 N. Freder-
ick st.
Werdebaugh John, clerk, 168 Saratoga st.
Werrier Ernest, dyer, 143 Alice Anna st.
— Michael, tavern, c. Bond and Shakspeare.
Werning Henry, paver, 29 Fawn st.
Wernsine Henry, carter, 52 Second st.
Wescott James, rigger, 71 Marsh Market space.

West Mrs. Lydia, teacher, 27 N. Frederick st.
—— Mrs. Mary, 161 S. Bond st.
—— Edith, 321 Wilk st.
—— Wm. &. Sons, lumber mers., c. Bowly and
Mill sts.
—— Wm., of firm, h. 64 E. Pratt st.
—— Wm. H., of firm, h. N. E. c. Pratt and Ex-
eter sts.
—— Wm., copper refiner, 36 Bank st.
—— Mrs. Isabella, 98 Gough st.
—— John, 80 Block st.
—— Benjamin, clerk, 227 N. Gay st.
—— Daniel, shoemaker, 18 Constitution st.
—— Isaac, tailor, 73 Orleans st.
—— John T., clerk, 75 Hill st.
—— James, laborer, 56 Montgomery st.
—— Christopher, lamp maker, 284 W. Pratt st.
—— John, prop, of Exchange Hotel, N. W. c.

Gay and Lombard sts.
—— Mrs. Hannah, 23 N. High st.
—— Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker, 49 S. Liberty.
—— Amos, mer. tailor, 18 S. Liberty st.
—— Mrs., boarding house, 19 S. Gay st.
Westfall Henry, carpenter, 69 N. Front st.
Western Bank, 14 N. Eutaw st.
—— Bazaar, 211 Lexingtonst.
Weston Mrs. Sarah, 18 St. Mary st.
Westonberger Wm. D., carpenter, 19 Penna. av.
Westwood John H., bacon dealer, 138 N. Exeter.
—— Washington, clerk, 72 Buren st.
Wetherald Mrs. Ann, teacher, 61 N. Exeter st.
Wetherall Wm. G., clerk, 113 S. Sharp st.
Wethered Levin, 21 Hanover st.
—— St Bro., manuf. of woollen goods, 13 Ger-
man st.
—— Charles E., of firm, h. 12 Cathedral st.
Wethers Joseph S., deputy weigh master at Cus-
tom house, 221 Fleet st.
Wetter George H., distiller, 105 McEldeny's
wharf, h. 168 E. Pratt st.
Wever, Poulterer & Co., auctioneers, 23 S.
Charles st.
Weyl Rev. Charles, pastor German Lutheran
Church, h. 121 S. High st.
Weyrich Peter, shoemaker, 75 Harford avenue.
Whalan Patrick, laborer, 10 Thames st
—— Michael, grocer, 186 Wilk st.
—— Thomas, carpenter, 288 Fleet st
—— Wm., laborer, 174 Ensor st.
Wharton Wm. A., druggist, 658 W. Baltimore.
—— Wm., shoemaker, 309 E. Monument st.
Wheat John B., carpenter, 21 N. Exeter st., h.
131 Aisquith st.
Wheatfield Inn, J. Mclntosh, proprietor, 5 N.
Howard st.
Wheatley Sarah, 1 Silver st.
Wheeden Mrs. Mary, 130 S. Bond st.
—— James C., firm of B. Buck & Sons, 190
Alice Anna st.
Wheeler Darius, bricklayer, 3 Jackson st.
—— Samuel E., cabinet maker, 35 Jackson st.
—— Samuel, ladies' shoemaker, 41 German st.
—— James, carpenter, 146 N. Calvert st.
—— A. C., agent, 22 Conway st.
—— John D., coal dealer, 132 S. Exeter st.
—— Samuel, laborer, 4 Gould's court.
—— Samuel J., mariner, 77 York st.
—— Alfred, trader, 170 N. Cove st.
—— Thomas, carpenter, 135 W. Madison st.
—— Mary, boarding house, 89 N. Calvert st.
—— James, carpenter, 101 N. Calvert st.
—— John, huckster, 44 Rock st.


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