1851 Riviere Ouelle Canada Directory

A Village and Seigniory situated on the south shore of the River St. Lawrence, in the County of L’Islet, C. E. distant from Quebec, SO miles. Population of the Seigniory about 3,500.

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

Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades
Begin, Rev. Charles, Roman Catholic.
Bouchard, Captain Josaphat.
Boucher, F. X., commissioner of small causes.
Blagdon, Edmond, general store.
Chapais, Jean Charles, general store.
Casgrain, Pierre T., & Sons, general store.
Casgrain, Pierre T., seignior and millowner.
Congregational nunnery and boarding school Terms, .£12 per annum.
Danjon, Leandre, boarding house.
Frenette, Louis, commissioner of small causes.
Hudon, Louis, general store.
Garon, Henry, notary public, and clerk of commissioners’ court.
Garon, Pierre, notary public, and commissioner for court of small causes.
Hudon, Captain Pascal.
Langlois, Captain Remi.
Letellier, Charles, general store.
Letellier. Luke, notary public.
Neville. Captain D. C.
Thu, Charles, postmaster and commissioner of small causes.
Tetu, Ludger, M. D.

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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