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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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Westman Michael A...blacksmith, 79 Henrietta
Weston J. Alden, (Spear, W. & Co.) h 116
Westwood Geo., clerk, 224 n Canal
Westwood John, 226 Aisquith
Wetenhour Anthony, carter, 48 Durst al
Wethald Wm., clerk, 42 s Ann
Wetherald Samuel B., (Resin & W.,) h s Paca
Wetherall Jas. M., (Sherwood & W.) h Reges-
ter n of Eastern avenue
Wetherall Wm. G., (Rogers & W.) h 117 s
Wethered Chas. E., (W. Bro.,) h 89 Park
Wethered L., 21 Hanover
WETHERED BROTHERS, manufacturers of
fancy cassimeres and doe skins, 4 German
Wethered John, cabinet maker, 25 Barre
Wetheval James, ship smith, 118 Regester
Wetter George H, distiller, 14 e Lombard
maker, 64 n Paca
Wetzel Lainhart, sawyer, 170 Stirling
Wetzel John, 46 Lancaster
Wever Dr. Conrad, 96 e Lombard
Wever George, tailor, 82 s Wolf
Wever Henry, milk dealer, 277 Durham
Wever Armon, tin smith, 28 e Pratt
Wever John, tailor, 246 Hanover
Wever Henry, cooper, 40 n Canal
Wever James, paver, 246 Conway
Wever John, 36 Gough
Wever John, cabinet maker, 71 Spring
Wever Wm., cabinet maker, 94 Madison
Wever Peter, cooper, 179 Washington
Weyffarth Belshazer, tailor, 6 e Pratt
Weyl Rev Charles G., 119 s High
Weyraugh M., cabinet maker, 285 Madison
Weyraugh George M., shoemaker, 32 Stirling
Wezer William, laborer, 455 Canton av
Whaer Francis, blacksmith, 28 Liberty al
Whaland D., grocer and liquor dealer, 8 Tyson
Whalen Catharine, 247 w Fayette
Whalen Michael, laborer, 334 Ensor
Whalen Thomas, mate steamboat, 238 s Eutaw
Whalen Charles, 58 Lancaster
Whalen Daniel, laborer, 184 Forest
Whalen Patrick, laborer, 37 Block
Whaley Rachel, seamstress, 1 Harmony lane
Wharlon William, shoemaker, 108 w Pratt, h
302 Aisquith
Whatle Charles, chemist, 22 Gittings
Wheat Edward, horse dealer, 133 German
Wheat (John A.) & Kuhn (John J.,) paper
hangers, 48 e Baltimore
Wheat John B.. carpenter, 47 n High, h 131
Wheat Nathaniel, horse dealer, 114 German
Wheatfield Abraham, furniture store, 6 Second
Wheatfield Lewis, second hand furniture dealer,
277 Eastern avenue
Wheatler Frederick, laborer, 38 Hollins
Wheatley James R., tobacconist, 103 n Fremont
Wheatley Nich. D., tobacconist, 570 Baltimore
Wheatley Leman, wood dealer, 153 Washing'n
Wheatspugn Christopher, tailor, 183 Stirling
Whedbee (James S.) & Dickinson (John S.,)
commission merchants, 103 South, h Jas. S
W. 92 n Charles, h John S. D. same
Wheeden James C., sail maker, Commerce st
wharf, h 97 Broadway
Wheeden Madison, U. S. navy, 125 s Broadway

362 WHE





Feather Beds, Mattresses, Stoves




Near the Marsh Market,


Second-hand Furniture Bought and Sold.


Wheeden Mary, 124 Broadway
Wheeden Jas. H., paper hanger, 102 s Broadway
Wheeler A.C., tailor, 172 s Charles
Wheeler Alfred, huckster, 326 w Lombard
Wheeler Baruch, grocer, 159 Forest
Wheeler Charles, blacksmith, 68 York avenue
Wheeler Darius, bricklayer, 87 s Greene
Wheeler George, of steamboat, 207 Montgom'y
Wheeler Henry, shoemaker, 288 e Monument
Wheeler James, drayman, 665 Light
Wheeler John, laborer, 185 Cathedral
Wheeler John F. R., printer, 199 Hollins
Wheeler John D., clerk B. & O. R.R., 178 s Paca
Wheeler John H., watchman, 104 Hamburg
Wheeler John W., ship joiner, 150 Washington
Wheeler Joseph, of Susq. R. R., 300 n Howard
Wheeler Mary A., cake shop, 26 Abbey alley
Wheeler Mary, 89 n Calvert
Wheeler Rebecca, tailoress, 3 n Poppleton
Wheeler Richard, laborer, 118 Burgundy al
Wheeler Robert, machinist, 83 McElderry
Wheeler Samuel, ladies' shoemaker, 43 German
Wheeler Samuel E., cab. mak., 212 Monument







Opposite Ashland Square,


Particular attention paid to Funerals.

S. E. W. keeps constantly on hand and makes
to order at short notice, all kinds of Cabinet
Furniture, which he will sell on the most reason-
able terms. All orders will be promptly at-
tended to. Old Furniture neatly repaired and


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