Village situated on Rawdon Creek, in the Township of Rawdon, County of Hastings, C. W. distant from Belleville, 15 miles, and from Kingston, 65 miles. Population about 300.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
BAKER & CoRBY, flour and saw mills.
HIGGINS, THOMAS J., general store, dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, &c.
WARD, JAMES M., dry goods, groceries, hardward, crockery, &c.
Ackers, James, stove factory and cooper.
Bleakly, James M., general store.
Caddwell, John, carpenter and builder.
Chishlom, Henry, saddler, &c.
Crowter, Egbert. tinsmith.
Emerson, William, shoemakcr.
English, John, cooper.
Girdwood,- William, carriagemaker.
Gorman, , shoe shop.
Higgins, Bennet, carding and falling mills.
Hough, John, blacksmith.
Johns, David B., general store.
Judd, William, clerk of division court and post-master.
Kelso, William H., general store. Lake, Nicholas, general store.
McLean. Dr., physician and surgeon.
Magee, John, carriagemaker.
Nancarrow, Walter, tanner and shoemaker.
Parker, William R.. tailor.
Parker, Rohert, innkeeper.
Ritchie. Thomas, mason.
Rolph, Joseph, blacksmith.
Sager, -, flour mill, 1 mile from the village.
Sealy, Mark, saw mill, 1 mile from the village.
Simmons, Timothy P., tailor.
Smith, Peter P., carpenter and builder.
Wellington, John W., carpenter and builder,
White, James, carpenter and builder.
Wright, Frederick, general store.
Wright, Anson, tannery, shoemaker and saddler.
Wright, Anson, distillery. Young, Dr. Adam.
Young, Daniel, shoemaker. Young, -, innkeeper.