A village situated in the County of Beaubarrioi, Canada East, distant from Monteral 45 miles, population about 300.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Anderson, Rev. James, Presbyterian.
Brethour, Rev. William, Church of England.
Cowie, Gibbon, cooper.
Cross, William, postmaster, dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, &c.
Cunningham, John, commissioner of court for small causes.
Fax, Simon, tailor.
Fee, Thomas, innkeeper and dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, &c.
Gibson, John, tanner and currier.
Howie, William, whitesmith.
Kearin, Rev. Terence, Roman Catholic.
Leckie, David. boot maker.
Lighthall, D. K., registrar of the county.
LIGHTHALL, WILLIAM JAMES, notary public, office at the registrar’s office business in parts of the county of Beauharnois attended to on moderate terms.
Lockerby, David, blacksmith
Mack, John, boot maker.
McEachern, Archibald, auctioneer, commission merchant and broker.
McEachern, Hector, innkeeper.
McKay, John, tailor.
McKillop, Hugh, blacksmith.
McNaughton, William, carpenter.
Morrison & Walsh, storekeepers.
Morrison, Alexander, cabinetmaker.
Needler, Walker, miller.
Phillips, Dr. George H., clerk of commissioners’ court.
Porter, Thomas, blacksmith.
Sadler, E. & T., contractors.
Taylor, John, saddler.