A Village situated on the Island of Montreal-distant from the City, 9 miles usual railroad fare 3rd class. 7 1/2 2nd class, is 3d, and 1st class Is 10 1/2d. Population about 1000.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C,
Anderson, Dr., physician.
Barre, Louis. grocer and lumber merchant.
Bonacina, Joseph. Montreal saloon.
Butler, James, boarding house.
CALDER, B. G., M. D., and L. R. C. S. E. and S.
Clement, C., Sr. Lawrence hotel.
Coron, Pierre, grocer.
Courville, C., tavern keeper.
Cowan, John, lumber merchant.
Davidson, I., tailor and clothier.
DAWS, THOMAS, & SON, brewers.
Deschamps, Paul, hotel keeper.
Dubreuil, G., notary public.
ENGLAND, JOHN, postmaster and general merchant.
Fahey, John, grocer.
Finlayson, Duncan, agent Hudson’s Bay Company.
Flanagan, Rev. John, Church of England.
Gariepy, Louis, grocer.
Kane, James, boot and shoemaker.
Kerr, John, hardware and grocery store.
LAFLAMME, Joseph, hotel keeper, Ottawa hotel and stage house.
Landry, Simon, boot and shoemaker.
Lariviere, , shoemaker.
Madore, Olivier, grocery and provision store.
Morrison, John, plough maker and general smith
Morton, John, keeper of Queen’s ferry.
Murphy, Michael, Lachine temperance house.
Pare, Francois, baker.
Pare, Joseph, baker.
Pare, Louis, baker.
Picard, Charles, blacksmith.
Robertson, Alexander, grocery.
Ross, G. W., general store.
Simpson, Rev. William, Church of Scotland.
SIMPSON, SIR GEORGE, governor Hudson’s Bay Company.
Smith, Edward, baker and grocer.
Smith, Margaret, dry goods.
Sweeney, George, general store.
Wetherall, Captain J. B.