A Village situated on the South Nation River, in the Township of Edwardsburg, County of Grenville, C. W. distant from Prescott, 11 miles from Kemptville, 14 miles stage fare to Prescott, 2s. 6d. distance to Bytown, 50 miles stage fare, 12s. 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.
ADAMS, EDMUND B., Spencerville hotel travelers will find this a comfortable house and charges moderate.
IMRIE, W. B., postmaster, and dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, drugs, medicines, pot and pearl ashes, &c.
MILLS, WILLIAM, shoemaker 3 miles from the village boots and shoes of every description made to order, upon the lowest possible terms.
SHAVER, GEORGE A., Exchange hotel and stage house for Bytown and Prescott travelers will find a comfortable house, and conveyances are furnished when required.
SNYDER & MILLAR, dealers in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, pot and pearl ashes, &c.
SPENCER, DAVID, grist, oat, saw, fulling and carding mills.
Bennett, John, general store.
Brabner, Charles, tailor.
Bullard. W. B., Thomsonian doctor.
Davie, Rev. Michael, Episcopal Methodist. English, William, shoemaker.
Fairbairn, Thomas, blacksmith.
Fairbairn, James, wagonmaker.
Geggie, Rev. James, Free Church
Tripp, Robert, cooper.
Gibson, William, grist, oat and saw mill-3- miles from the village.
McDonald, John, wagonmaker
Melville, Thomas, shoemaker.
Miller, John. blacksmith.
Mitchell. John, carpenter and builder. Sandon, Duncan, tanner and shoemaker.
Sodden, Stephen, wagonmaker.