A Town situated on the Detroit River, in the Township of Malden, Essex County, C. W. distant from London, 138 miles distant from Sandwich, 15 miles usual steamboat fare. Distant from Windsor, 18 miles-usual stage fare, 2s. 6d. Population about 1,300.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Agencies Of Assiirance Companies, &E
National Loan Fund Life and Equitable Fire Assurance Companies of London; James Kevill, agent.
Niagara Mutual Fire Assurance Company, Horatio Nelson, agent.
Provincial Mutual Fire Assurance Company, Thomas Hawkins, agent.
Caldwell, Francis, collector of customs.
Cunningham, Henry H., town clerk.
Hamilton, James, landing waiter of customs.
Kevill, James, postmaster.
Wagner, AIexander H., town reeve.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &E.
Aitken, James, general printing office.
Aitken J. , publisher.
Amherstburg Courier, weekly paper,
Archer, William, grocer and innkeeper.% 9
Baker, James, grocer.% 9
Bartlett, William & Alexander, carpenters, &c.% 9
Beaubien, Jas. M., general store and wharfinger.% 9
Bertrand, Simeon, butcher.% 9
Binger, Rev. Anthony, (colored) Baptist.% 9
Bodin, Etienne, waggonmaker.% 9
Bruce, David, innkeeper.% 9
Butts, Lewis, cabinetmaker.% 9
Clarke, John, grocer.% 9
Conroy, Farrel, innkeeper.% 9
Daudet, Rev. John, Roman Catholic.% 9
Dewson, Alfred K., M. D.
Dixie, W., attorney at law.% 9
Donoghue, Michael,. butcher.% 9
Douglass & Williams, brewers.% 9
Duff, Wm., commissioner for affidavits in Queen’s Bench.% 9
Dunbar, James, baker.% 9
Duncan, John, baker.% 9
Foster, Levi, stage owner.% 9
Gostage and Kemp, carpenters and builders.% 9
Grenier, John, carpenter and builder.
Hirons, Thomas, British North American Hotel. T. H. having taken this house, lately kept by Geo. Bullock, is prepared to accommodate the public in a comfortable manner; an excellent yard and stabling is attached to the premises, and a careful hostler is always in attendance.% 9
Horseman, Thos. innkeeper. % 9
Hunt & Co., general store.% 9
Hunt, James, mill owner.% 9
Ince; Henry, grocer.% 9
Isler, John, livery stables. % 9
Ives, John & Co., Marine Railway.% 9
Jamieson, Rev. George, Free Church.% 9
Jones, Alexander, smith and ironfounder.
Kevill, James, notary public and commissioner for taking affidavits in the Queen’s Bench.% 9
Kolfage, John G., general store and tannery.% 9
Lavery, Charles, general store,% 9
Lemai, Vital T., blacksmith.% 9
Lett, George, general store.
Logan, Peter, blacksmith.
Mack, Rev. Frederick, Church of England.
MACLEOD, JOHN, general merchant, miller and distiller.
Maiville, J. B., blacksmith.
Maria, Louis, innkeeper.
Maria, Louis, waggonmaker.
McGregor, Mrs., grocer.
McKay, John, grocer.
McKenny, Henry, general store.
McMullin, William, attorney at law.
Mears, William, tinsmith.
Melochi, Antoine, blacksmith.
Menzies, Peter, general store.
Nelson, Horatio, commissioner in Court of Queen’s Bench.
Park & Co., general store, wharfingers and steamboat owners.
Peden, Rev. Robert, Free Church.
Primeau, Francis, jun., blacksmith.
Primeau, Francis, sen., blacksmith.
Read, Robert, baker.
Reaume, Antoine, blacksmith.
Reynolds, Robert T., M. D.
Reynolds, Robert, commissioner in Court of Queen’s Bench.
Robb, Rev. M., Church of Scotland.
Robedoux, J. B., waggonmaker.
Salmoin, Thomas, general store and wharfinger.
Savage, William M., tailor and draper.
Staats, Louis, cabinetmaker.
Stokes, John, butcher.
Taylor, Peter, general store.
Turk, John, brewer.
Valade, Fabien, waggonmaker.
Ward, Joseph, butcher.
Whiting, Rev. Richard, Methodist.