1851 Matilda Canada Directory

A Village situated on the Point Iroquois Canal, in the Township of Matilda, Canada West distant from Prescott, 15 miles and from Cornwall, 36 miles. Population about 125.

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

Alphabetical List Op Professions, Trades, &C.
Baldwin, Josiah, tanner and leather merchant.
Brouse, George, postmaster, general store and saw mill.
Byrnes, Samuel, grocer.
CARMAN & BAILEY, dealers in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, stationery and school books.
Carman, Phillip, tanner and leather merchant.
Dick. Rev. -, Baptist.
Dundas grammer school, Rev. Mr. Dick, principal.
Elliott, William, flour mill, carding and fulling mills.
Hurlburt, Rev. A., Wesleyan Methodist.
Hutchison, William, blacksmith and axe factory.
Lang, John, general store.
Lowry, Robert, grocer.
PHILLIPS, Z. M., innkeeper a comfortable house and reasonable charges.
Rose, William, deputy collector of customs.
Ross, J. S., & Co., general tore.
Sanderson & Carman, saw mills.
SANDERSON & CARMAN, wholesale and retail dealers in dry goods, groceries, hardware. crockery and general lumber merchants and saw mills.
Shaver, W. J., saddler and harness maker.
Vanallen, Peter, shoemaker and tanner.
WALDORFF, JACOB, innkeeper travellers will find good accommodation, and conveyances are furnished when required.
Worthington, Addison, M. D.
Wylie, Dr. Alexander, 3 miles above the village.


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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