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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Walstrum Peter, shoemaker, 726 s Howard
Walstrum Samuel, brakesman, 128 s Howard !
Waltemire Henry, shoemaker, 357Franklin
Walter Ambrose, tobacconist, 714 w Baltimore
Walter August, coach lace weaver, 133 n Canal
Walter Bernard, laborer, 274 Alice Anna
WALTER & CO.. flour and produce commis-
sion merchants, 28 s Howard
Walter Edmund T. H., tobacconist, Pralt, h

241 e Baltimore

Walter George W., book keeper, 103 Peatl
Waller Henry, carpenter, 199 Bjddle
Walter Jacob, watch maker and jeweler, 39 n

Eutaw, h 153 n Paca

Walter Lewis, shoemaker, 125 n Caroline
Walter Philip, proprietor ''Republican House,"

6 n Gay
Walter (Raphael) & Bro. (John,) wh. clothiers,

300 Baltimore, h 183 Saratoga
Walter William, potter, 59 George
Walter Alexander M., painter, 10 s Bond
Walter Israel, clothier, 74 e Pratt
Walter John, builder, 280 n Eutaw
Walter John G , ^abinet maker, 72 Orleans
Walter John, (R. W. & Bro.,) h 7(5 Mulberry
Walter Lesley, paper hanger, 15 Durham
Waltermyer Jacob, engineer, 228 German
Walteruiyer Frederick, tailor, 128 s Dallas
Waltermyer John, grocer and liquor dealer,

508 Pennsylvania avenue

Walters James S., baggage master, 7sPoppleton
Walters ——, conductor Baltimore and Ohio

Railroad, 80 s Republican
Walters Hiram, 480 Baltimore
Walters John, gro. and liq. dealer, 141 s Greene
Walters Edward, coach maker. 62j?J?oppleton
Walters Nicholas, machinist, 212JsTSharp
WALTERS WM. T. & CO., importers and

dealers in wines and liquors, 68 Exchange

place, h W. T. W. 206 n Howard. See card

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Waltgen Henry, (Tiemyer& W.,) Cha«>"vorih
WaJtham Chaflton S., 13 s High
Waltham Elizabeth, 174 Sharp
Waltham George, oyster packer, 152 Raborg
Waltham Thos. A., painter, 254 e Lombard
Walthan Wm., milk dealer, 50 s Bond'
Waltime Jacob, shoemaker, 124s Spring
Waltjen Andrew, box maker, 82 Jefferson
Waltjen Frederick, cabinet maker, RO n Eden
Waltjen Henry, carp., L. Sharp, h6Chatsworih
Walton Elizabeth, dress mk., 142 w Lombard
Walton Elisha, cabinet maker, 94 n Exeter
Walton Elijah, carp., Holland, h 128 Mulberry
Walton Frederick, grocer, 107 n Paca
Walton Je=se, r-lerk, 23 Holland
Walton John, 136 William
Walton Samuel, watchman, 27 Gittings
Waltz Both., cooper, 191 Constitution
Waltz John, 143 Orleans
Walz Ge-»rge. michinisf, 155 Orleans
Walzl John H., daguereotypist, 63 w Baltimore
Wamaling Mrs. Lucy, tutoress, 2-27 Hanover
Wambach Emannel, baker, SfJEnsor
Wambaeh Wm., shoem.. 16 South, h 31 George
Wameling Julia, 480 Light
Wampler James L., carp., 201 Garden



Wane Frederick, boiler maker, 42 Penn. avenue
Wanekel Geo., of iron foundry, 57 Canton
Wannanwelch Frederick, provision dealer,

s Eutaw
WANTZ HENRY, distiller, 142 Franklin, h

285 w Madison

Wanz Henry, piano maker, 46 Raborg
WARD (Edw. V.,) BROTHERS (Geo. W.,)

hardware dealers, 17 s Calvert
Ward David, laborer, 183 n Exeter
Ward Edward V., (Ward Bros.,) h 66 Center
Ward Edward J., tin dealer, 216 w Pratt, h 71


Ward George W., (Ward Bros..) h 74Center
Ward Henry, shoemaker, 13 Perry
Ward James, watchman, 20 French
Ward James, carpenter, 150 German
Ward James, shoemaker, 26.Ensor
Ward James, furniture dealer, h 82 Aisquith
Ward James, 23 Constitution
WARD JAMES R. & CO., furniture ware-
rooms 48 s Calvert





All orders promptly attended to.


Warnsley Benjamin, laborer, 173 Alice Anna
Warasley John, wheelwright, Ensor, h *>~e>


Wander George, clerk,485 w Baltimore


Ward John
Ward John

laborer, 30 Addison
laborer, 125 Dover

Ward John, carpenter, 5 s Oregon ||
Ward John, laborer, 72 French
Ward John, pedlar, 112 Dugan's wharf
Ward Joseph, clerk, 34 Camden
Ward E. C., pr. St. Charles hotel, 41 German
Ward Mary, 14 Falls avenue
Ward Mary, 322 Forest
Word Michael, laborer, 24 New Church
Ward Nathaniel, bricklayer, 33 Warren
Ward Owen, tavern, 16 Fish market
Ward Owen, laborer, 156 Dallas
Ward Patrick, carter, 151 s Eden
Ward Richard S., pr. fancy store, 170 e Bait.
Ward Robert, tobacconist, 254 Harford avenue
Ward Ruth. 146 Ann
Ward Thomas, laborer, 30 Addison
Ward Thomas, porter, 50H Lexington
W ard Thomas, clerk, IH2 Aisquith
vVard Thomas sliver smith, 129 n High,
vVard William, overseer in gas factory, 186


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