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Wrinick Frederick, shoemaker, 38 n Sharp
Wroten David, grocer, 191 Gough
Wroten Emeline, 67 York
Wroton Benj., 77 Hamburg
Wroth Edward W., apothecary and druggist
108 Richmond
WROTH & McCREERY (James,) dry good,
dealers, 85 Baltimore
Wroth Dr. Wm. J., 260 n Eutaw
Wunder George, clerk, 483 Baltimore
Wurer John, 11 Lewis
Wurrey Matthew, laborer, 371 Franklin
Worst Martin, gro. & liq. dealer, 133 s Greene
Wurtzberger Andrew, clothier, 169 Franklin
Wurzbacher John, shoemaker, 194 Cross
Wust Henry, 27 Guilford alley
Wutchert Christian, shoemaker, 86 York
Wyatt Alex., timber sawyer, 51 Eastern av
Wyatt Rev. Dr. Wm. E., rector St. Paul's
church, 83 Saratoga
Wyatt Joseph, sail maker. 15 Henrietta
Wyatt Lemon, engineer, 53 s Caroline
Wyatt Lemuel, sailor, 295 Columbia
Wycombe Andrew, 121 Thames
Wyder Boniface, laborer, 7 Lancaster
Wyder John, laborer, 174 s Canal
Wyderman Samuel, porter, 180 Raborg
Wyer Robert, grocer, 85 s Broadway
Wyeth C. Jarvis, guano com. agt., 1 Cheapside





Commission Agent,




Bone Dust, &c.

In large or small lots, either in Barrels,
Bags, or otherwise.

Receiving large lots of Guano from the Gulf
of Mexico and other quarters, together with
daily arrivals of Lime, Plaster, Bone Dust, &c.
directly from the largest Manufactures, at the
lowest wholesale cash prices, enables me to com-
pete successfully with the market. All articles
purchased of me are warranted.

Barrels and Bags, second handed, in good or-

der, always wanted, and the highest cash prices


Office, No. 1 Cheapside,



377 YEA

Wyforth Charles, merchant, 340 w Pratt
Wygate George, 150 n Eutaw
Wygate Bascum H , coach paint., 75 n Schroed.
Wyker George, blacksmith, 84Chesnut
Wyler Keller, moulder, 3 Armistead lane
Wyler John, laborer, 72 Durst alley
Wylie Sam'1 F. & Jas. H., dyers, 142 Lexington
Wylie William, dyer, 389 Saratoga
WYMAN (Samuel G.,) BYRD & CO., domes-
tic dry goods com. merchants, 16 Hanover
Wyman Jackson, laborer, 90 Preston
Wyman Samuel G., (Wyman, Bond & Co.) 77
Wymer John, shoemaker, 247 s Ann
Wymer John, piano maker, 49 Portland
Wymm John, grocer, 60 Aisquith
Wyne George M., machinist, 75 Grundy
Wynn Wm., machinist, 6 Lemon or King
Wynn Chris., clock and watch maker, 228 w
Wysham E. C. & Sons, flour and produce com-
mission merchants, 379 w Baltimore
Wysham Henry C., attorney at law, 80 w Fay'e
Wysham Isabella, 162 w Fayette
Wysham J. Kemp, (E C. W. & Sons,) h 156
Wysham Lewis N., (E. C. W & Sons,) h Lomb.
Wyvil Marmaduke D., merchant tailor, 14 s
Calvert, h 50 Front
YACCOVEY JACOB, stevedore, 11 Shakspeare
Yagan John, laborer, 20 Morris alley
Yager John Philip, carver, over n w cor Balti-
more and Frederick. See card
Yager And'w J., (Savage & Y.) h 218 w Fayette
Yagle Henry, laborer. 99 York
Yaker John G., 130 Regester
Yam George, sailor, 217 s Ann
Yamer Mrs. C. A. F., 4 Painters' court
Yardley Charles F., (Turner & Y.) h 11 Mc-
Yarrington John, collector, 114 n High
Yam Henry, laborer, 164 s Eden,
Yater Henry, clk. Bel-Air market, 258 Aisquith
Yates Benjamin, sailor, 307 Alice Anna
Yates John R., shoemaker, 167 s Greene
Yates Jos. C., shipping and commission mer-
chant, 7 w Pratt, h 63 St. Paul
Yates John R., 179 w Fayette
Yauch Christian, tailor, 33 Bank
Yeagel George, cooper, 23 Light
Yeagel William, 103 n Paca
Yeager Andrew, sailor, 82 e Lombard
Yeager Mary, 65 Richmond
Yeager William, laborer, 27 Dallas
Yeager Conrad, baker, 229 Madison
Yeakel Wm., bar keeper, 76 Pennsylvania av
Yeakel Anthony, tanner, 312 n Howard
Yeakel Wm., 185 Durham
Yeakel William, 103 n Paca
Yeaker Conrad, 72 Stiles
Yeaker Samuel, cooper, 162 s Canal
Yeaker George, cooper, 83 Johnson
Yeaker Samuel, cooper, 72 Stiles
Yeakle Henry, gro. and liquor dealer, 14 New
Yeakle John, laborer, 312 n Howard
YEAKLE MICHAEL M., foreign dry goods
commission merchant, 20 German, h 287 w
Yeakle Thomas W., 73 Pearl
Yealdhall Benjamin, 31 China alley
Yealding Leonard, tavern keeper, 491 Baltimore

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