1851 Berthier Canada Directory

The Village of Berthier is situated on the north shore of the River St. Lawrence, in the seigniory and county of the same name, Canada East. There is a steamboat communication with Montreal twice each week in summer, deck fare, 1s. 3d, cabin fare 3s 9d. stage fare in winter, 12s. 6d.

In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
ARMSTRONG, DAVID M., M.P.P., agent for National Loan Fund Life and Equitable Fire Assurance Companies.
Bondy, A. D., advocate.
Bourguignon. Mrs., dry goods store.
Bourret, Henri, advocate, clerk of the circuit court.
CHALUT, LIEUT. COL. JEAN B., notary public and registrar of the county.
Contu, Gilbert, postmaster and notary.
Curtis, Gates, foundry.
Desrosiers, Leopold, notary and commissioner for Kerrigan, Patrick, boarding house.
DIGNAN, JAMES, provincial land surveyor.
Dixon, James, general store.
Dorouin, Joseph, general store.
Doucet, Norbert, notary and commisioner for Gagnon.
Emond, Charles, general store.
Fafard, George, general store.
Faries, Lieut. Col. Hugh.
Forneret, Alexander C.
Francois, stage house and boardinghouse. small causes.
Gagnon, Rev. Jean F., Roman Catholic.
Gauthier, Narcisse, general store.
Giroux, Joseph, boarding house.
Guerout, Rev. N., Swiss Protestant.
Kittson, Alexander, general store.
Laferrier, Remi, clerk commissioners’ court.
LAFOND, FRANCOiS XAVIER, practising notary public.
Lavallee, Captain Flavien, mill owner.
Lavallee, Captain Pierre.
Leclair, Miss, dry goods store.
McWilliams, James, general store.
Meek, Mrs., dry goods store.
Morrison, Major William.
Olivier, Elzear, miller.
Osteroute, William Henry, notary and store.
Perrin, Firmin, notary and mill owner.
Rulston, Peter, cannery.

The Canada Directory containing the names of the professional and business men of every description in the cities towns and principal villages of Canada November 1851.

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