1851 Phillipsburgh Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Seigniory of St. Armand, County of Missisquoi, C. E., on the shore of Missisquoi Bay it is a port of entry, and for some;purposes a warehousing port distant from St. Johns, 22 miles, from Highgate, Vermont, 8 miles.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &A.
EATON, J. W., dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, &c., and commission agent, and at Pigeon Hill, St. Armands West.
NYE, D. T. R., postmaster, commission merchant, bookseller and stationer-books, magazines, periodicals, &e., at publishers prices.
Non Members
Booth, J. T., shoemaker.
Brigham, J. S., M. D.
Brown, J. C. & S., grocers.
Crothers, T., tailor.
Dease, P. W., M. D.
Death & Vincent, tinsmiths.
Ford, Launson, mayor.
Henderson, John, surveyor of customs.
Hickock, William, bailiff.
Hinckley, Levi, innkeeper.
Humphreys, J. H., blacksmith.
Keenan, Michael, innkeeper.
Moore, H. F. & Co., general store,
Randall, Mrs., school teacher.
Roberts, W., tailor.
Ronville & Missisquoi Insurance Company, A. Young, secretary.
Russel, P. P., collector of customs.
Scott, Rev. W., Wesleyan.
Smith & Death, general store.
St. Lawrence Insurance Company, D. T. R. Nye. agent.
Stanley, J., harnessmaker.
Whitwell, Rev. R., Church of England.
Young, Alexander, custom house agent.


Collection:
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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