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Matchett's Baltimore Director For 1855-56
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36 East Pratt Street,


Keeps constantly on hand, at the lowest cash prices, a gen-
eral assortment of Fresh Teas, 15 kinds, and prices of all
grades, and Family Groceries.

Best Brands of Family, Extra and Superfine Flour, de-
livered Free of drayage. Goods returned if not as repre-
sented. Country persons would do well to call.
N. B. Goods sent to any part of the city Free of charge


Williams John S. & Bro., flour, grain and com-
mission mht., 52 Commerce, h 114 w Madison
Williams Rev. John, 305 w Fayette
Williams John, laborer, 218 s Wolf
Williams John, laborer, 223 s Wolf
WILLIAMS JOHN & SON, commission mer-
chants, 99 Smith's whf., h 33 Cathedral
Williams John C , liquor dealer, 71 s Paca
Williams John, lumber merchant, 71 s Caroline
net, furniture and upholsterer's warehouse, 18
s Calvert, mahog. & lumb. yd., 130 s Charles
Williams John, cabinet maker, 14 Low
Williams John M., 63 s Bond
Williams John, dry goods dealer, Gay, h 33
Williams John, carter, 170 Burgundy al
Williams John, book binder, Calvert, h 134s
Williams John, cooper, 143 Carpenters' alley
Williams John, laborer, 113 Cross
Williams John T., boiler maker, 292 s Charles
Williams John J., wheelwright, 39 Barre
Williams John, 224 s Caroline
Williams Joseph, machinist, 40 s Poppleton
Williams Joseph, mate, 51 Center
Williams Joseph, mate. 272 Eastern av
Williams, Joseph, huckster, 23 s Ann
Williams Leab. washer, 11 Eutaw court
Williams Lewis H., bricklayer, 200 n Howard
Williams Lloyd W.. States' Attorney for Balti-
more Co., s e cor St. Paul and Lexington
Williams Lloyd W. & G. G., attornies, Law
buildings, cor St. Paul and Lexington
Williams Louisa, vegetable medicine com-
pounder, 65 Ensor
Williams Maria, 146 e Lombard
Williams Margaret, grocer, 158 Ross
Williams Maria, 57 n Exeter
Williams Mary, 19 w Pratt
Williams Mary, 254 Franklin
Williams Mary, 77 n Charles
Williams Mrs., 52 n Bond
Williams Mrs., 16 n Bond
Williams Mary, 88 s Dallas
Williams Matthias E., grocer and provision
dealer, 91 William

368 WIL

Williams Nathaniel F., commission merchant
26 Bowly's whf., h 94 n Charles
WILLIAMS NATHANIEL, counsellor at law
17 Lexington
Williams Otho H., (Wm. Howell & Sons,) h
46 Franklin
Williams Mrs., 272 e Monument
Williams Owen, oak cooper, 143 Carpenters' al
WILLIAMS DR. PHILIP C., 134 w Fayette
Williams Roda, 8 New
Williams Rodney, drayman, 138 Orchard
Williams Samuel, barber, 343 Lexington
Williams Saml. T., coach trim., 57 Hampstead
Williams Samuel T., attorney, 79 w Fayette
Williams Sarah, 178 s Spring
Williams Sarah, 73 Park
Williams Susan, 122 Garden
Williams Miss Susan, 91 St. Paul
Williams Sem., 91 Barre
Williams Susan, 32 s Republican
Williams Susan, 556 w Lombard
Williams Thomas, carpenter, 13 s Canal
Williams Stephen, city miss'y, 107 w Mulberry
Williams Thomas, huckster, 120 e Monument
Williams Thomas, laborer, 67 e Monument
Williams Thomas, grocer, 48 Penn. avenue
Williams Thomas, shoemaker, 84 Hamburg
Williams Thomas H., (Mcllvaine, W. & Co.,)
boards Eutaw house
Williams Thomas C., agent New Creek Coal
Co., office 81 Lombard st, Exchange Place, h
289 w Lombard
Williams Walter, moulder, 239 Hollins
Williams Wm. H., pilot. 129 s Bond
Williams William, fisher, 283 William
Williams William H., clerk, 104 Gough
Williams William, laborer, 30 Liberty alley
Williams William H., carter, 151 Gough
Williams Wm., plough maker, 226 Bank
Williams Wm. D., of. custom h., 150 Preston
Williams William, laborer, 24 Elizabeth
Williams William, shoemaker, 2 Chesnut al
Williams Wm., carpenter, 76 Lee, h 177 Lee
Williams Dr. Wm. J., Thompsonian practi-
tioner, 154 n Front
Williams William, fisher, 209 Washington
Williams Wm., blacksmith, 239 Montgomery
Williams William, laborer, 121 West
Williams Wm., chairmaker, 19 w Pratt, h 179
Williams Wm. S., (McIlvaine W. & Co.,) 91
St. Paul
Williams William, watchman, 123 Mullkin
Wiliamson Alex., ship carp., 155 Washington
Williamson Andrew, domestic manufacturer,
78 Preston
Williamson Angus, coachmaker, 54 German, h
9 Penn st
Williamson Chas. A., of. Union bank, and vice
consul for Sardinia, h 50 Center
Williamson Chas. A., carpenter, 173 s Ann, h
145 Ann
Williamson Charles A., vice consul Sardinia,
office 45 Second
Williamson Isaac, pr. Gen. Wayne inn, n w cor
Baltimore and Paca
WILLIAMSON JAS. A., ladies' shoemaker,
46 Aisquith
Williamson James P., druggist, 126 n Gay
Williamson Jane, 10 New Church
Williamson Samuel, 232 n Gay

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