1851 Melbourne Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Melbourne, County of Sherbrooke, and District of St. Francis, Canada East, on the west bank of the River St, Francis distant from Sherbrooke, 24 miles usual stage fare, 6s 3d from Port St. Francis, 63 miles usual stage fare, 18s 9d from Montreal, 90 miles, and from Quebec, 100 miles.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C
Beaman, John, cooper.
Brownlow, James, bailiff of superior court.
Cairnie, James, & Son, cabinetmakers and joiners.
Campbell, Dugald, tailor.
Chamberlain, Reuben, tanner.
Christie, C. R., & Co., dealers in groceries, &c.
Davis, John, tailor.
Desaulniers, Louis, shoemaker.
Desloriers, Louis, shoemaker.
EVANS, MRS., widow of the late Rev. S. Evans, ladies’ boarding school.
Falloon, Rev. Dr., Church of England.
Fowler, W. H., M. D., and J. P.
Gibson, George, J. P.
Gillman, William, dealer in dry goods, & groceries.
HARDY, JOHN, hotel and tavern and general stage house.
Joureaux, E., J. P.
LEWIS, RICHARD, builder-premium exhibitor at Montreal of the railway truss of economical bridges.
Macfarlane, Rev. Robert, Church of Scotland.
Main, John, saddler.
Ranken, Rev. Congregationalist.
Ross, Charles, J. P.
Ross, R., shoemaker.
Slight, Rev. B., Wesleyan Methodist.
Sloane, David, cabinetmaker.
TAIT, THOMAS, dry goods, grocery, hardware crockery, and general provision merchant pearl ash manufacturer and postmaster
THOMAS, D., notary public, and justice of the Peace.
Webb, W. H., advocate.


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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