A Village situated on the River Trent, in the Township of Sidney, County of Hastings, C. W distant from Trent Port, 8 miles usual stage fare, 2s. 6d. distant from Belleville, 15 miles usual stage lumber merchants, &c.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Anderson, Robert P., blacksmith.
Bennett, Charles W., cooper.
Bliss, J. S., woollen factory and carding mill.
Bowen, William, general store, postmaster. miller and commissioner of court of Queen’s Bench.
Bowen, Daniel G., general store.
Chase, Andrew, carrier to Trent Port.
Clute, Richard R., general store.
Clute, William, shoemaker.
Damon, Rev. A., Wesleyan.
Davis, H. S., cabinetmaker.
Donoghue, P. C., carriage maker.
Doyle, John, shoemaker.
Francis, John. general store.
Gamble, Thomas, shoemaker.
Gartshore, R. S.. flour, saw and carding mills, 2 miles west of the village.
Hamlin, Stephen, carriage maker and temperance inn.
Howard, Thomas J., saddler.
Johnson, H. H., general store.
Ketcheson, Joseph, builder.
Lord. John, iron founder.
McCaw, William, tailor.
McFarlane. William, shoemaker.
McGowan, Mrs.. grocer.
McDonagh, Patrick, carpenter.
Marsh, William B., lumber merchant.
Moyle, William, builder.
Pettit, E.. blacksmith.
Roblin, M. B., commissioner of court of common pleas.
Sheriff, Robert N.. temperance inn and blacksmith.
Smith, John, miller.
Sullivan, Mrs., grocer.
Turner, Cornelius, builder.
Wilson. John, shoemaker.
Winn, Samuel, cooper.