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Woods' Baltimore Directory for 1856-57
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AHRENS AHREND, vinegar depot, 26
Eastern avenue
Ahrens T. blacksmith, 3 House's court, dw
94 Sharp
Aidt L. shoemaker, 56 Ross
Aiken Dr. Robert E. 607 w Fayette
Aikin Dr. Wm E. A. prof, chemistry Uni-
versity of Maryland, 25 Hamilton
Airey Edward, carter, 170 Orleans
Airey Elias, shoemaker, 56 Preston
Airey Dr. George W. 114 n Exeter
Airey Hiram, shoemaker, 53 Preston
Airey James, shoemaker, 63 Preston
Airey James, provision deal. 84 e Madison
Airey James, trader, 4 s Canal
Airey Jerome, shoemaker, 331 Franklin
Airey Tobias, policeman, 146 Preston
Airey William, cooper, 82 Preston
Aisquith Geo. R book-keep. 248 w Fayette
ALsquith street Presbyterian Church, corner
Aisquith and Edwards
Aitcheson Jas. 173 Hoftman
Aiiken Alex. clerk Marine Bank, 52 s High
Aitken Dr. James, druggist, 139 n Gay
Aker Michael, shoemaker, 75 Richmond
Akers Charles, carpenter, 216 Bicldle
Akers Edward, watchmaker and jeweler/ 74
s Charles
AKERS EDWIN, dry goods dealer, 132
Akers George W. engineer, 162 Hughes
Akuinbracht Hy. watchman, 93 n Exeter
Albach George, laborer, 8e Monument
Alband Charles, shoemaker, 19 Diamond
Albaugh Edw. W. huckster, 258 s Charles
Albaugh Grafton, shoemaker, 123 Preston
Albaugh John, blacksmith, 418 Saratoga
Albeck Christian, drayman, 29 Ringgold
Alber John, turner, 17 Spring court
Alberger Adam, carter, 89 Mullikin
ALBERS DR. HENRY, 237 w Pratt
Albers William, book-keeper, 105 Hanover
Albert Adam, grocery, 70 Mulberry
Albert Augustus, paper hanger, 62 n Eutaw
Albert Augustus J. (A. & Bro.) 75 w Mon-
Albert & Brother, hardware merchants, 340
w Baltimore
Albert Mrs. Eliza, 64 n Charles
Albert Frederick, clerk, 118 n Paca
Albert Elizabeth, 42 Booth
Albert Elizabeth B. 286 n Howard
Albert George, blacksmith, 94 n Amity
Albert Henry, shoemaker, 164 e Madison
Albert Jacob, Madison near Lanvale
Albert John, carter, 164 s Bond
Albert John, paver, 76 Mullikin
Albert John, provision store, 156 s Paca
Albert Joseph S. carpenter, 114 Preston
ALBERT MOSES H. gaiter manufactu-
rer, 191 w Pratt — [See Advertisement.]
Albert Tvbert, rigger, s Wolfe
Albert William J. (A. & Bro.) 80n Charles
ALBERTI HENRY F. & CO. importers
of fancy goods, 6 and 8 s Liberty
Albertson Isaac,proprietor Mansion House,
61 w Fayette
Albin, Peter, clerk, 297 w Lexington
Albraht Jacob, cooper, Franklin road near

Albrick Charles, shoemaker, Fort av
Albrecht F. W. barber, 145 w Madison
Albnght Christopher, laborer, 23 Shaks-
Albright Frederick Lewis, brass founder.
15 Rock
Albright Henry G. coppersmith, 12 Barre,
dw 27 s Schroeder
Albright Joseph, laborer, 277 s Wolf
Albright Timothy, shoemaker, 15 n Spring
Albright Wm. cabinet maker, 331 s Charles
Alldice John, B. & O. R. R. 267 s Charles
Alcock Wm. H. D. clerk Lee's Bank, 293
Alcock Wm. J. 61 n Howard
Alcorn Sarah E. matron Institute for Blind,
258 Saratoga
Alden Simeon, grocer, corner Center and
Fish Market, dw 219 e Baltimore
Aldridge Andrew, (A. Higdon & Co.) 124
n Charles
Aldridge Christopher, tav. 442 w Baltimore
Aldridge Geo. W. carpenter, 164 Lee
Aldridge, Higdon & Co. importers British
dry goods, 5 German
Aldwell Margaret, 130 e Madison
Aler Ann Jane, 79 Hollins
Aler Jeremiah, finisher, 93 Hollins
Aler John, smith, 82 n Eutaw
Aler John, pump maker, Paca, dw 103 Mul-
Alers Fred'k, segar manuf. 208s Broadway
Alexander Margaret H. fashionable dress
maker, 3 Courtland
Alexander Myer, cap maker, 64 Portland
Alexander Jas. merchant tailor, 18 n How-
ard, dw 209 Mulberry
ALEXANDER JOHN H. engineer, 35
Mulberry, dw 278 Lexington
ALEXANDER JOHN, London watch
and jewelry store, 159 w Baltimore, dw 3
Courtland — [See ^Advertisement.]
Alexander Jno. engineer, U. S. navy, Hoff-
man near Garden
Alexander Prof. John H. civil engineer,
University of Md. 278 Lexington
Alexander Robt. house carpenter, Canton
Alexander Pochard, clerk, 141 Camden
law, 55 Lexington
Alexander Wm. attorney, 65 w Fayette
Alfant John, laborer, 182 s Canal
Alford Jas. E. tobacconist, 50 w Pratt, dw 3
Algie Jas. stamp maker, 86 Caroline
Alhight Frederick, shoemaker, 235 e Lom-
Alice Phillip, tailor, 58 Hampstead
Alice John, laborer, Star alley n of Gough
Allard Edward C. carpenter, 144 n Gay,
dw 335
Allard Jos. carp. 27 McClellan, dw 204 e
Allard Joseph, carpenter, 300 Aisquith
Allard John E. shoemaker, 26 Orleans
Allard Thos. B. carpenter, 381 n Gay
Allard Wm. carpenter, 346 n Gay
Allbright Jesse P. magistrate, 72 s Eutaw
dw 132s Paca
Allears Henry, laborer, 309 Canton av

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