A Village situated on Lake St. Louis, in the Seigniory and County of Beauhainois, Canada East distant from Montreal, 33 miles-usual steamboat fare, 2s. 6d. usual stage fare, 3s. 9d. Population about 800.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Blanchard, Moses, advocate.
Bogie, Antoine, saddler.
Bogue, Henry, postmaster, and dealer in groceries, dry goods, and hardware.
Bouche, Pierre, innkeeper.
BROWN, LAURENCE GEORGE, agent for the seigniory, and J. P.
Caverhill, J. & T., general store.
Charland, Rev. D., Roman Catholic.
Dault, Charles, advocate.
Duncan, George B., brewer and baker.
Gernon, Dr. John G.
Haig, Rev. Thomas, Presbyterian.
Johnston, Robert, dry goods store.
Leonard, Joseph, notary.
M’Martin, Alexander, blacksmith
Norval, R. H., clerk to seigniory.
O’Doherty, Dr., physician, &c.
Robillard, W., grocery, dry goods, and hardware store.
Roy, Basil, baker and grocer.
Sabourin, Dr. Moses.
Thibeau, Joseph, saddler.
Thorn, Robert, innkeeper. Hainault, Louis, notary.
WILSON & JACK, dealers in groceries, dry goods, hardware, grain, and country produce.