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.

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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