A Village situated on the Black River, in the Township of Marysburg, County of Prince Edward, Canada West distant from Picton, 7 miles from Kingston by water to South Bay, 40 miles. Population about 250.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Brown, R. P., shoemaker.
Clapp, James, flour and saw mills.
COOKE, JAMES & W. D., general store, flour and saw mills.
Cooper. James, general store and wharfinger, Port Milford. 3 miles from the village.
Crabb, Samuel -B., cabinetmaker.
Empey, Harvey, carriagemaker.
FEGAN, EDWARD, postmaster, tailor and clothier.
Hicks. Lewis, blacksmith.
Hudson, Abner, cooper.
Jenkins, John carriagemaker.
Kelly, Johnson, innkeeper.
Lane, John. J. P., wharfinger and storage, Port Milford, 3 miles from the village.
MCCARROLL, JOHN, dealer in dry goods, groceries, liquors, hardware, crockery and country produce.
McCaw James, tailor.
McNamara, James, blacksmith.
Smith, Peter, blacksmith.
Stewart. James. tailor.
Tooke, Rev. J. R., Church of England.
Vandusen, William, carpenter and builder.
Whitby. Dr. Robert.
Willmer, William, cooper.