A Village situated on the Mississippi River, in the Township of Pakenham, County of Lanark, C. W. distant from Bytown, 36 miles usual stage fare from Bytown in winter, 5s. distant from Fitzroy harbor, 12 miles stage fare in winter, 2s. 6d. 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.
DUNNET, JAMES, general store, a good stock of dry goods, groceries, &c. constantly on hand, at moderate prices produce of all kinds taken in exchange at market prices.
Baines, C. T., barrister at law.
Bradley, Thomas, blacksmith and axe factory.
Brown, Robert, general store.
Coleman, Smith, tannery.
Cross, fanning mill factory.
Currie, Adam, hotelkeeper.
Dickson, Andrew, flour and sawmills.
Dickson, Andrew, sheriff of the united counties of Lanark and Renfrew.
Drysdale, Alexander, blacksmith and axe factory.
Greer, James, waggon and sleighmaker.
Graham, Robert, waggon and sleighmaker.
Henderson, Rev. Alex., United Presbyterian.
Hillyard, Daniel, general store and postmaster.
Leith, John. saddler and harnessmaker.
McAdam, William, town reeve.
McAdam, William, hotelkeeper.
McFarlane, Mrs., hotelkeeper.
McNicol, Duncan, carpenter and builder.
Mann, Rev. Alexander, Church of Scotland.
Parker, George, cooper.
Quigley, James, carpenter and builder.
Ramage. Robert, baker.
Reed, W. H., tannery.
Royce, Charles, carding and fulling mill.
Russell, Andrew, & Son, general store.