1851 L’orignal Canada Directory

The County Town of the United Counties of Prescott and Russell, is situated on the River Ottawa, in the Township of Longueuil, Canada West distant from Montreal. 66 miles usual steamboat fare, 10s. distant from Bytown, 54 miles usual steamboat fare, 6s. 3d. Population about 650.

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

Public Officers
Free, Peter, judge of the county court.
Johnson, Chauncy, sen., warden of united counties.
Johnson, Thomas H., deputy clerk of the crown and county treasurer.
Johnson, Thomas H., M. P. P. for Prescott and Russell.
Johnson, Thomas H., postmaster.
Marston, John W. registrar of surrogate court and clerk of county court.
McCann, Henry, crown lands agent.
McDonald, Donald F., clerk of the peace, revenue inspector, and clerk of the county council.
McKenzie, W. R., judge of surrogate court.
Reed, George D., county registrar.
Treadwell, Charles P., sheriff.

Alphabetical List of Professions, Trades, &C.
Baribeau, Louis, blacksmith.
Bonneau, Boniface, innkeeper.
Capperson. Rev. C. David, Wesleyan.
Chesser, Mrs. H., innkeeper.
Clare. Frederick. saddler.
Costello, Martin, shoemaker.
Dauth, Pierre, carpenter.
Davidson, Alexander, innkeeper and wharfinger.
Ferguson, Thomas, carpenter.
Flynn, Charles, blacksmith.
Johnson, Chauncy, jun., pearlash factory.
Johnson. Chauncy, general store.
Larochelle. Dr. Pierre.
Mackenzie, W. R., barrister at law.
MARSTON, J. W., general merchant, and agent of the National Loan Fund Life, and Equitable, and Provincial Mutual Fire Insurance Companies.
McLeod, John, tailor.
Mignault, Rev. D. R. P., Roman Catholic.
Murray, Dr. Angus.
O’Brien, John. innkeeper.
O’Brien, Peter, barrister at law.
Pattee, David. notary public.
Prouty, N. C.. baker.
Ross, W. A., school teacher.
Sauriol, Thomas, carriage maker.
Shaw, John, tanner and shoemaker.
Treadwell, Charles P., flour and saw mills.
Walker, Gavin, general store.


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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