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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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Allen, Alexander & Co. lumber mts. w Falls
av near Wilk st. dw A. A. 204 Aisquith
Allen Albert G. (B. H. Richardson & Co.)
dw Barnum's hotel
Allen Byron, clerk, 260 e Monument
Allen Eliel, cooper, 227 Henrietta
Allen Elizabeth fnrn deal. 16 Harrison
Allen George S. agent, 210 Aisquith
Allen George W. segar maker, 63 Raborg
Allen Henry A. prof, of music, 213 Garden
Allen Henry L. baker, 86 Pearl
Allen Henry, house carp, and ship joiner, s
Wolfe, near Aliceanna, dw 127 Bank
Allen Isaac, watchman, 40 Cross
Allen James, clerk, 159 Payelte
Allen James J. machinist, 61 s Oregon
Allen Jas. W. cooper, 375 w Lombard
Allen Jeraldus, clerk, 341 Franklin
Allen John, machinist, 140 n Fremont
Allen John E. (Dyer & A.) 14 Harnson
Allen John & J . A. coopers, 133 s Green
Allen John, trader 241 Gough
Allen Capt. John E. 320 e Baltimore
Allen Joseph, ploughmaker, 18 Warner
Allen Lawrence, baker, 36 Hammond al
Allen Mary, Ramsey near Poppleton
Allen Robt. W. (Thomas Wilson & Co.) 163
St. Paul
Allen Samuel, painter, 97 s Bond
Allen Solomon, carp. 163 York, dw 148 Lee
Allen Thomas S. shoemaker, 145 Henrietta
Allen William carpenter, 343 Mulberry
Allen William, clerk, 90 e Lombard
ALLEN WILLIAM, restaurant, 8 Light
Allen William H. shoemaker, 175 Hughes
Allen William,commission mt. 237 Franklin
Allen Wm. H. arch. & buil. 252 e Baltimore
Allen Wm. C. engin. Ramsey n Poppleton
AllenbaughWm. H. shoemaker, 32 Chats-
Allen Wm. of Adam's express, 10 George
Allender Joshua, collector 187 Stirling
Allender Mary, 39 n Calvert
Aller David, daguerreotypist, 221 n Gay
ALLERS DIEDRICK H. grocer and feed
dealer, 410 s Charles, dw 110 n Greene
Allers John A. lime dealer and brick in.
408 s Charles
Alloway Martha, fancy milliner, 59 e Balto.
Allison Ann, 65 s Eden
Allison H. silversmith, 23 Armistead lane
Allison James S. carpenter, 10 Low
Alliway John, carp. Ramsey near Scott
Allison Phillip S. clerk, 65 s Eden
Allison Robert H. clerk, 65 s Eden
Allnisi Salvatori, figure maker, 17 East
Allnut E. S. (Tinges & A.) 60 s Sharp ;
Allnut G. R. W. (Gittings, A. & Co.) 33
Allnut Jas. W. president Bank of Com-
merce, dw 177 Saratoga
Allnntt Sarah, 127 Sharp
Allnutt Thomas, 127 Sharp
Allwell Stephen D. rope maker, cor. Bond
and Orleans
Allwell Wesley, boatman, 70 Castle alley
Almack George W. 317 Mulberry
Alman Morris, portmonnae maker, 88 Pearl
Almony Mordecai, carpenter, 247 n Bond
Alpes Francis, tailor, 261 Aisquith

Alricks Francis W. dry goods dealer, Ger-
man, dw 61 Courlland
Alricks Thos. P. attorney at law, 63 w Fay-
ette, dw 61 Courlland
Alt Catherine, washerwoman, 91 Raborg
Altevogts Fred, grocery, 291 Aliceanna
Alley Jacob, machinist, 181 Carpenter's al.
Althans Wm. tavern, 132 Dugan's wharf
Althow Elizabeth, 9 Wills
Altoff Gershom, cooper, 202 Durham
Alton Lewis, carpenter, 52 n Caroline
Altvater Andreas, laborer, 267 Canton av
Altvater John, grocery, 203 Eastern av
Altvater Jacob, tailor, 10 State
Altvater Wm. F. carpenter, 155 n Eden
Altvater Wm. carpenter, 46 n Eden
Alvey Mary, 343 e Baltimore
Amandt George, gunsmith , 228 s Broadway
Ambler R. P. lecturer, 43 Columbia
Ambrister Chas. blacksmith, 89 n Amity
Ambrister John, laborer, 32 Perry
Ambrose Jas. L. engineer, 72 w Pratt
Ambrose Wm. painter, 271 s Paca
Amelung Amanda, 379 Franklin
Amer George, laborer, 18 Register
Amer Martin, milkman , 108 West
Ament Valentine, shoemaker, 212 s Bethel
American Telegraph Co. 3 North, Franklin
buildings, John King operator,
DAILY ADVERTISER, office 128 w
w Baltimore
American Publishing Association, office 158
w Baltimore
American Fire Insurance Co. Philad a, 4
Franklin Building, North st- E. J. Rich-
ardson & Son, agents
Amerling Harmon, tavern, West Falls av
AMES EMERSON, proprietor of Suffolk
works, 505 w Pratt, dw 340 w Lombard
Ames John, 363 w Lombard
Ames Samuel, cooper, 124 Preston
Amey John, bricklayer, 66 Scott
AMEY JOSEPH H. tavern, 1 n Greene
Amich James H. 4 Carlton
Amling Geo. collier, 203 Aliceanna
Ammel Phillip, laborer, 1 House's court
Amon Geo, blacksmith 338 s Caroline
Amon Martin, laborer, 281 Durham
Amon Joshua, laborer, 246 Durham
Amon Rosina, tavern, 338 s Caroline
Amos Dr. Corbin, 145 n Paca
Amos Elizabeth, alley near Lombard and
Amos Frederick A. brickmaker, 204 Ross
Amos Jno. H. bricklayer, 96 McCulloh
Amos Joseph, bricklayer, 1 Grundy
Amos Jas. E. Forrest, dw 23 McElderry
Amos Mrs. Ruth, 165 w Madison
Amos Susan R. 259 n Canal
AmosWm. E. carpenter, 357 e Monument
Amos Wm. W. carpenter, 338 Aisquith
Amrhein Henry, 258 s Franklin
Amthor Dr. Robt. 124 n Canal
Amy Samuel, carpenter, 29 Lemon
Ancambal Juliet, teacher, 156 Pine
Anclerry Joseph, tailor, 88 Mulliken
Anderson Agnes A. teacher, 385 n Gay

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