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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Goldsmith and Jeweler,

Has removed to the Old Established Jewelry

Stand on the

S. E. Cor. Baltimore and Charles Sts.

Where he intends keeping a well selected

stock of

Fine Gold & Silver Watches

Silver and Plated Ware, Rich Jewelry and

Fine Fancy articles.

In the manufacture and repair of Jewelry, every atten-
tion will be paid to neatness and durability. The Watch
department will be under the charge of Mr. Jacob Braden-
baugh, who has had long experience as a practical work
nan, and will give his personal attention to the repairing of
Fine Watches.
Purchasers may rely upon getting articles of such quality
as represented. Orders from the country attended to with
fidelity and dispatch.


Webb John H., huckster, 263 Durham
Webb Milton, gro. and liq. deal., 207 Light
WEBB NATHAN & CO., tobacconists, 150 w
Pratt, h 129 s Paca
Webb Samuel, magistrate, 104 s Eutaw, of. 72
Webb William G., clerk, 45 Chew
Webb William, laborer, Castle al s of Pratt st
Webb Henry, grocer, cor. Pratt and Howard
Webb (Henrv) & Son, gro. and com. mer., 288
w Pratt, h H. W. 143 s Paca
Webb James, finisher, 128 McHenry
Webb James M. & Co. 458 Lombard
Webb John, laborer, 110 St. Mary
Webb Lyander, music engraver, 31 Pine
Webb John, goldsmith, 65 Britton
Webb Macklina, 38 Rock
Webber Frederick rigger, 26 Eastern avenue
Webber Henry, grocer, s w cor Regester and
Webber John, paper hanger, 61 Bank
Webel Thos., bricklayer, 328 Eastern avenue
Weber Charles, grocer, 364 s Charles
Weber Conrad, shoemaker, 141 Hollins
Weber Gabriel, tailor, 18 Regester
Weber Henry, grocer and dry goods dealer, 262
Weber Henry C., potter, 428 Saratoga
Weber John, tailor, 110 Bethel
Weber Justus, tobacconist, 214 s Bond
Weber Aug., shoemaker, 150 w Pratt
Weber Casper, tailor, 65 n Frederick
Weber Frederick, 15 w Lombard
Weber Philip, tailor, 582 Baltimore
Weber Philip, blacksmith, 268 s Caroline
Weber Veit, shoemaker, 31 James' lane
Weber Adam, liquor dealer, 29 Shakspeare
Weber Henry, confectioner, 274 Light
Weber John, tailor, 456 w Pratt
Weber John, laborer, near 50 Thames
Weber John, blacksmith and wheelwright, Har-
ford avenue n of Point lane
Weber Justus H., carpenter, 60 Henrietta, h 62
Weber Mal., shoemaker, 227 n Bond
Webster Algernon, mariner, 27 Bevan alley
Webster George, blacksmith, Orange alley

359 WEI

Webster Rev. Augustus, pastor St. John's Meth-
odist Protestant church, 35 n Liberty
Webster Henry, porter, 247 Hanover
Webster Henry, attorney, 67 Second, h 251 n
Webster Dr. Henry W., 151 s Charles
Webster Jas. R., pr. High school, 290 Lexing'n
Webster John T., grocer, 310 n Howard
Webster Thomas W., dealer in straw and mil-
linery goods, over 207 1-2 Baltimore
Webster William, sailor, 75 Watson
Webster William, carpenter, 396 w Pralt
Webster John, ship carpenter, 11 Hill
Webster —— , 16 McElderry
Wechsler Isaac, 54 n Eutaw
Weckert John, cabinet maker, 39 Garden
Wedashaken Chas., cigar maker, 5 Cowpen al
Wederman Aug., grocer, 19 Jordan alley
Wedetene Fred'k, watchman, 209 Bethel
Wedge Simon, collector for "Baltimore Ameri-
can," Fountain Inn
Weeden Jas., oakum manufact., 136 Thames,
h Broadway
Wed worth Thos., manager iron furnace, Clin-
ton n of Boston, (Peter Moud's)
Weekes Alfred, finisher, 34 Lemon
Weelmar Frederick, paver, 36 Preston
Weems Martha, 307 Lexington
Weems Capt. Mason L., 6 Franklin sq., Carey
WEEMS GEORGE W., commission merch.,
96 Light, h 124 Hanover




No. 81 Light Street Wharf,


Particular attention will be paid to the sale of

Tobacco, Grain and all other commodities.

Also to purhasing Cloverseed, Plaster, Guano,

Lime, Bone Dust, or any other article that may

be wanted by his country friends.


Weerer John, actor, 11 Lewis
Weeskettel Andrew T., iron founder, 308 Alice
Weglein Aaron, smith in general, Bank, h 137
s Bond
Wegner Dr. Augustus, 101 Lexington
Wegner R., carpet weaver, 19 Pine
Wehage Henry, gro. & liq deal., 221 Hanover
Wehage John, paver, 17 e Monument
Wehalm Jacob,laborer, 227 s Dallas
Wehime Val., cabinet maker, 46 Jasper
Wehn Philip, dry goods dealer, 196 Henrietta
Wehrheim Henry, (Gerdas, Bullings & W.,)
h 96 Lee
Wehrman Fred'k, cooper, 8 Camden
Weicker Henry, cabinet maker, 166 e Lombard
Weicker John, smith, 253 n Calvert
Weidemeyer Adam, cabinet maker, 553 w Balt
Weidman Godlred, cabinet maker, 118 Raborg
Weigand Francis, cage maker, 200 s Bond

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