1851 Bowmanville Canada Directory

A Village situated on an excellent harbor of Lake Ontario, in the Township of Darlington, County of Durham, Canada West distant from Toronto, 42 miles usual stage fare, 12s. 6d. distant from Port Hope, 22 miles usual stage fare, 7s. 6d. distant from Kingston, 134 miles usual stage fares, 37s. 6d. Population about 1,500.

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

Agencies Of Assurance Companies, Banns, &C.
Bank of Montreal, J. Simpson, agent, Scugog St.
Bank of Upper Canada, H. S. Reid, agent, King St.
Montreal Fire and Marine Assurance Company, John Burk, agent, King St.
National Loan Fund Life Assurance Company, S. W. Davidson, agent, King St.
Provincial Mutual Life Assurance Company, Charles C. Neville, agent, King St.

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Armour, Robert, barrister and attorney at law, solicitor to the Bank of Montreal agency, King St.
Bailey, James, pottery.
Bay, David D., dry goods, King St.
Bigelow, John, tinsmith, King St.
Blewett & Hoar, general smiths, King St. horseshoeing and general smith work in all its branches attended to; English steel plate shovels always on hand.
Bowling, Rev. G., Primitive Methodist.
Bowmanville Messenger, weekly paper, McMillan & Begg, publishers, King St.
Bragg, S., tailor, King St.
Brooke, L. F., general store, King St.
Brown, Thomas, smith and wagon maker, King St.
Brown, Thomas, tailor, King St.
Buckler, Aaron, watchmaker, King St.
Clark, Hugh G., watchmaker, King St.
Climie, Rev. J. C., Congregationalist. Clinton St.
Coate, Dr. D., King St.
Connor, Henry, temperance house and saloon, King St. travellers will find a comfortable house and low charges.
Cowell, F. Y. & W., dealers in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery and country produce, King St.
Davidson, S. W., & Co., chemists and druggists, King St. a choice stock of drugs, chemicals, dye stuffs, paints, perfumery, &c., at low prices.
Drewery, Mrs., innkeeper, King St.
Eynon, Rev. John, Bible Christian.
Fairbairn, J. B., bookseller and stationer, King St.
Fairbairn, Robert, postmaster, King St.
Fee, John, carpenter, &c., King St.
Fisher, David, dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware and country produce, and nurseryman, King St.
Forsyth, George, shoemaker, King St.
Garnet, Rev. J., Primitive Methodist.
Gifford, G., tanner and leather store, Clinton St.
Haines, George, carriage maker, King St.
Hales, H. B., manufacturer of saddlery, harness, &c., of the best quality, King St.
Harries, J., shoemaker, King St.
Hinds, Alphonso, Waverly House, hotel and stage house, King St: travelers will find the house comfortable and convenient and charges reasonable.
Hunt, Thomas W., general store, King St.
Hutcheson, St. John H., barrister and attorney at law, King St.
Jenkins, William, tailor, King St.
Kennedy, Rev. Alexander, United Presbyterian.
Kennedy, Rev. Thomas, Church of England.
Keys, W., tailor, King St.
Low, Dr. G. H., King St.
Manchester, tailor, King St.
Manning, Rorert S., manufacturer of all kinds of cabinet furniture, King St.
Martin, Phillip, tailor, King St.
Mason, Samuel, saddler and harness maker, King St. every article in the line constantly on hand or made to order of the best quality, and at low prices.
McFeters, James, general store, King St.
Mcmillan & Begg, printing office, King St.
Mcmurtry, William, dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery and country produce, King St.
McTavish, E. & D., carriage makers, King St.
Mitchell, William, surveyor and landing waiter of customs, King St.
Mitchell, Z., temperance inn, King St.
Montreal Telegraph office, T. C. Patrick, operator, King St.
Muirs, James, baker, King St.
N. B., all the American periodicals furnished to subscribers at United States prices.
Neads, Jacob, hardware merchant, smith, carriage maker, and dealer in stoves, iron, &c., King St.
Neville, Charles C., clerk of division court, and insurance agent, King St.
Newsom, S. F.., carpenter and builder, Church St.
Pethick, William, tailor, King St.
Pirie, William, tailor, King St.
Porter, William, iron founder, King St.
Ratcliffe, William, temperance inn, King St.
Reed & Wherry, shoe store, King St.
Reid, H. S., collector of customs, and agent for marriage licenses, and of the Bank of Upper Canada, King St.
Schofield, William, general store, King at.
Shaw, Thomas, innkeeper, King St.
Simpson, John, & Co., importers of dry goods, groceries, hardware, &c., millers, distillers, and exporters of country produce, King St.
Simpson, John, agent of bank of Montreal, Scugog St.
Slater, Rev. J. C., Wesleyan.
Smith, D. S., produce, cloth and wool merchant, King St.Cash paid for wool, produce, &c.
Squair, Robert, grist and oat mills, Clinton St.
Stephens, James & John, saddlers, King St.
Stott, Thomas, carriage maker, King St. keeps on hand every description of vehicles used in C. W., which are warranted equal to any in the Province, and are sold on very moderate terms.
Sutton, Thomas C., chemist, druggist and wine merchant, King St. wines and liquors of superior quality constantly on hand.
Vancamp, J. & J., general store, King St.
Williams, D. D., cloth factory, Clinton St.
Wilson, John, pottery, Scugog St.
Wilson, Nathaniel, general store, King St.
Wright, George, cabinetmaker, Church St.

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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