A Village situated in the County of Huntingdon, C. E. distant from Montreal, 27 miles-usual stage fare, 10s. Population about 900.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &c.
Cadieux, Joseph, dealer in groceries, hardware, dry goods, crockery, &c.
Morrier, F. R., dealer in groceries, hardware, dry goods, crockery, &c.
Morrier, S. R., dealer in groceries, hardware, dry goods, crockery, &c.
Barbeau. F. X., commissioner of court.
Catudal, Jacques, smith and carriagemaker.
Cyre. Rev. Narcisse, Baptist.
Dejarlais, Eli, baker.
Demers, Edward, blacksmith.
Demers, Jacques, temperance inn.
Douglas, Amasa T., general store.
Douglas, Mrs. E. W., temperance inn.
Gauthier, Louis, mason.
Gregoire, Hubert, commissioner of court.
Gregoire. Julien, J. P.
Harper, James, veterinary surgeon and painter.
Hazard, Rev. Henry, Church of England.
Hebert, P. D., commissioner of court.
Letourneux, Narcisse, cooper.
Louprette, Michael, miller.
Lakin, J. B., notary, registrar no. 1, and clerk of commissioners’ court.
Marcereau, Louis, tanner and currier.
Marcereau, Joseph, shoemaker.
McNeil, -, mason.
Meritzi, Antoine, notary.
Morin, Rev. Amable, Roman Catholic.
Odel, Loup, postmaster, storekeeper and commissioner of court.
Racicot. Gregoire, waggonmaker.
Simard, Joseph A., notary.
Smith, George, confectioner.
Smith, Joseph, contractor.
Steel, John, general tore.
Stow, James, tailor.
Stuart, Dr. William.
Trudeau, Joseph, blacksmith.
White, A. G. H., agent for the Seigniory and for Life and Fire Assurance.
Williams, Winslow, commissioner of court.
York, John, tailor.