A Village situated in the Seigniory of Kamouraska, on the south shore of the river St. Lawrence distant from Quebec, 90 miles. Population of the Seigniory about 2600.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C
Beaulieu, Joseph, M. D.
Bechard, Jean Thomas, notary public and commissioner of small causes.
Bouchard, Dme. Guillaume, general store.
Chalou, Philippe, clerk of the commissioners’ court
Delorier, Louis, boarding house.
Dessein, dit St. Pierre, Bruneau, general store.
Dessein, dit St. Pierre, Pierre, general store.
Deschenes, Olivier, general store.
Desjardins, Major Antoine.
Desjardins, Edonard, general store.
Desjardins, Honore, boarding house.
Dumais, Paschal. notary public and clerk of the commissioners’ court.
Dumais, Captain Frederic.
Gagne, Captain Alexis, general store.
Gagne, Charles, boarding house.
Lebel, Cyprien, J. P. and commissioner for small causes.
Lebel, Thomas, notary public.
Michaud, Thomas, M. D.
Miller, Louis, general store.
Ouellette, Thomas, mill owner.
Peltier, Pierre, boarding house and general store.
Routier, Rev. Joseph Honore, Roman Catholic.
Sirois, Theodore, commissioner for small causes’
St. Louis, Jean, general store.
Tache, J. G., advocate and registrar for the county.
Tache, Madame, Paschal, mill owner.
Wood, James, boarding house.