1851 Dickinson’s Landing Canada Directory

A Village situated at the head of the Cornwall Canal, in the Township of Osnabruck. distant from Cornwall, 12 miles, from Prescott. 38 miles stage fare to Prescott, generally, 10s. to Montreal generally, 25s. distant from Montreal, 90 miles, steamboat fare to Montreal, 15s., to Kingston, 15s. 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.

DIXON, JAMES E., dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, school books, stationery, &c.
HANES, ADAM, St. Lawrence hotel, stage house and livery stables, conveyances furnished when required.
HEARLE, J. G., dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, school books, stationery, &c.
MATTICE & COLQUHOUN, dealers in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, school books and stationery, &c., also wharfingers and general storage.
VERNER, JOHN, collector of customs.
WAGNER, DANIEL, dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, school books and stationery also wharfinger and general Storage.

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Non Subacribers
Archibald, George N., storekeeper.
Colquhoun, William, postmaster.
Crummenaur, H. D., soap factory.
Dawson, John, tannery.
Eagars, Edward, shoemaker.
Eamon, Nicholas, innkeeper.
Gaffney, Michael, tailor.
Hutchins, James, tinsmith.
Hutchins, Willard, blacksmith.
Johnson, George, carriage maker.
Kezar, Alvin, blacksmith.
Kezar, Alvin, distillery.
Lewis, C., horse ferry to Messina, New York.
Loughray, Patrick, tailor.
McDonald, George, storekeeper.
McLaverty, Charles, tailor.
McNaren. John, saddler and harness maker.
McQuillan, John, shoemaker.
Millar, David, carriage maker.
Neil, Robert, tailor.
Pratt, Alvin, saw mills.
Prouty, Fayette, bakery.
Purkis, Rev. Isaac, Church of Scotland.
Quin, Rev. , Free Church.
Rolfe, Rev. Robert, Church of England.
Sills, Rev. , Episcopal Methodist.
Wagner, Dr. William.
Whitcomb, E. J. storekeeper.
Williams, Rev. , Wesleyan Methodist.
Wood, James R., foundry, about 4 miles back from the village.


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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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