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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Merchant Tailor


Ready-Made Clothier,


Near Baltimore street,


M. W. keeps constantly on hand Cloths, Cas-

simeres and Vestings, which will be made up in

fashionable style, and on reasonable terms.


Wales Philip S., gro. & flour deal., 12 Warner
Wales John H., confectioner, 29 Warner
Wales Wm. S., printer, 226 e Lombard
Walker August, laborer, 15 Commerce
Walker Charles W., machinist, 118 Jefferson
Walker Charles W., grocer, 101 Hanover, h 167
s Sharp
Walker John D., hat store, 203 s Broadway
Walker Edmund T. H., tobacco & cigar dealer,
3 w Pratt, h 241 e Baltimore
Walker Elisha, clerk, 27 Chew
Walker Eliza, 85 Durham
Walker Emily Jane, 74 n Paca
Walker Francis, confectioner, 48 Gough
Walker Frederick, laborer, 15 Commerce
Walker George, of bark mill, 79 e Monument
Walker Henry, Machinist, 104 Jefferson
Walker Capt. Hugh S., 54 s Bond
WALKER JOHN W., 249 Biddle, office 4
Spurrier's court
Walker John M., ( W. & Medairy,) h 226 Biddle
Walker John H., tinner, &c., 382 w Lombard
druggists, 41 s Charles
Walker Joseph, laborer, 50 Cross
Walker Joseph, 79 Granby
Walker Joseph S., cigar maker, 141 Conway
Walker Joseph, teacher, 97 Exeter
Walker (John M.) & Medairy (Jacob H.,)
wholesale and retail booksellers, 310 w Balt
Walker Mrs., 252 Madison
WALKER NOAH & CO., clothiers, 80 Center
market space, h 11 Aisquith. See advertis't
Walker Peter, laborer, 82 Harmony lane
Walker Capt. Robert, 56 s Spring
Walker Samuel, fish dealer, 263 n Eden
Walker Wm. F., japanner, h 144 Conway
Walker Wm., fish dealer, 4 Fish market, h 5
Walker Wm. T., shoemaker, 1 Orleans
Walker Zeb., carpenter, 45 Giddings
Walker Geo. F., provision dealer, 55 s Caroline
Walker James, ship carpenter, Castle alley s of
Eastern avenue
Walker Jane, 28 Pin alley
Walker John F., japanner, 66 Camden
Walker Luther C., cigar maker, 4 s Caroline

351 WAL

Walker Margaret, boarding house, 8 L. Gough
Walker Margaret, 8 Fountain
Walker Matthias T., perfumer, 686 Baltimore
Walker Samuel, japanner, 125 s Greene
Walker Sarah, 204 Conway
Walker Wm., tailor, 93 n Eutaw
Walker John W., lawyer, Lexington, h 249
Walkner Charles, blacksmith, 148 Canton av
Walkner Francis, carpenter, 12 Cowpen
Wall Daniel, painter, 178 w Madison
Wall Eph. H., carpenter, 81 n Paca, h 200
Wall Jacob, architect and builder, 63 Hanover
Wall John, shoemaker, 114 Lexington
Wall George, book keeper, 98 n Howard
Wall James, ship carpenter, 113 Lancaster
Wall Michael, 25 Pleasant
Wall Mary, 20 Thames
Wall Ruth, 223 n Howard
Wall Richard, 14 Durst alley
WALLACE A. R. & CO., grocers and com-
mission merchants, 114 Light street wharf,
h A. R. W. 79 Lee
Wallace George, sup. lime yard, 28 Bank
Wallace Henson, tailor. 303 s Charles
Wallace Horatio, tailor, 234 Bank
Wallace John H., blacksmith, 75 Hillen
Wallace Susan, 13 n Fremont
Wallace Thomas, grocer, 150 s Fremont
Wallace Thomas, laborer, 36 Albemarle
Wallace William. 177 Biddle
Wallace Wm. T., fish inspector, 50 Granby
Wallace Wm., lime burner, 263 s Paca
Wallace Edward, 81 Beuren
Wallace Sarah, 276 w Madison
Wallace Randolph, book keeper, 26 Greene
Wallace Michael, tailor, 156 n Front
Wallace Matt., boiler mak,, 36 Williamson's al
Wallace Oscar F., agent, office 90 s Charles, h
94 Pearl
Wallenstine Abraham, butcher, 78 Orleans
Wallerwin Jacob, laborer, 272 s Ann
Wallfish Samuel, clothier, 66 w Pratt
Wallis S. Teakle, attorney at law, 41 St. Paul
Wallis Sarah, 276 w Madison
Wallis John, 84 Henrietta
Wallis Wm., carpenter, 150 s Bond
Wallis Wm. T., fish inspector, 50 Granby
Wallmarshausen Frederick, watchmaker, 54 n
Walls Weslev, cigar maker, 110 e Pratt
Walls Onesimus, ship carpenter, 76 Washing'n
Wallschmett Louis, cooper, 76 Comet
Walmsley John, wheelwright, Ensor, h 272
Walmsley Thomas C., machinist, 9 Orleans
Wals Andrew, laborer, 6 Baker's court
Walsh Catharine, grocer and liquor dealer, 209
Canton avenue
WALSH EDWARD, bottling establishment,
49 s Frederick
Walsh James, confectioner, 109 Aisquith
Walsh Jeffrey, painter, h 121 w Madison
Walsh Philip, carpenter, 19 Cathedral
WALSH T. YATES, attorney, 51 w Fayette
Walsh Thomas, sexton St. Vincent's church,
55 n Front
WALSH WM. B., tavern keeper, 188 and 190
Walsh Wm., collector, 68 Conway

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