1851 Carleton Place Canada Directory

A Village situated on the River Mississippi, in the Township of Beckwith, County of Lanark, Canada West distant from Perth, 21 miles, from Bytown. 30 miles, and from Smith’s Falls. 20 miles. Population about 500.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Pattie, David, carpenter and builder.
Bell, R., & Co., tannery.
BELL, ROBERT, & CO., dealers in dry goods, groceries, crockery, hardware, &c.
Bell, Robert, M.P.P., agent for marriage licenses, town reeve, and postmaster.
Bells & Rosemond, grist, saw, and oat mills.
CARLETON PLACE HERALD, weekly, James C. Poole, publisher.
Constable, Rev. T. W. Wesleyan Methodist. County Agricultural Society, Robert Bell, secretary and treasurer.
Duncan, James, blacksmith and axe factory. Equitable Fire Assurance Company R. Bell & Co., agents.
DUNNET, GEORGE, dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, drugs, &c.
Fuller, Samuel, foundry.
Galvin, Patrick, tailor.
Graham, John, wagon and sleigh maker.
Gray, Rev. Peter, Free Church.
Halcroft, Rev. L., Baptist.
James, Cameronian.
Johnston, Robert, general store.
Lavallee, Napoleon, hotelkeeper and inspector of beef and pork.
M’ARTHUR, A., & CO., general store, dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, &c.
M’Gregor, Duncan, blacksmith and axe factory.
M’Laren, Robert, Robert Burns tavern
M ‘Donald, Allen, wool-carding and cloth-dressing mills.
Moffat, William, carpenter and builder.
Murphy, Michael, tavern keeper.
National Loan Fund Life Assurance Company,
Nelson, Hugh, saddler and harness maker.
Nelson, Johnson, classical and commercial school.
Peden, William, general store.
Pittard, Joseph, wagon and sleigh maker.
Poole, James C., clerk of division court.
POOLE, JAMES C., printing office.
Pyne, Rev. A., Church of England.
R. Bell & Co., agents.
ROSEMOND, JAMES, woolen manufactory.
Wilson, Rev. Richard, Wesleyan Methodist.
Wilson, William, M. D.


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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