A Village situated in the County of Huntingdon, C. E. distant from Montreal, 24 miles usual travelling fare, 6s. to 7s. 6d. Population about 175.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Beaudin, Toussaint, J. P., postmaster and general store keeper.
Loire, Paul, blacksmith.
Boissonnault, Francois, commissioner of small causes, (residence Sherrington.)
Boston, John, (of Montreal,) seignior of the Seigniories of Twaite and St. James.
Brissette, Joseph, notary.
Chaperon, Jean Baptiste, mason and contractor.
Figsby, Thomas, shoemaker.
Foisy, Rev. E., Roman Catholic.
Forrest, Hamilton, innkeeper.
Heil, Philippe, shoemaker.
LaBelle, Felix, notary.
LaFontaine, Dr. Laurent David, commissioner of small causes.
Lanctot, Hypolite, notary, and clerk of commissioners’ court.
Languedoc, William, seignior of St. George, flour and saw mills.
Lussier, Michel, J. P. and commissioner of small causes.
Patenaude, Antoine, blacksmith.
Painchaud, Henri, contractor.
Racicot, Dominique, general store.
Serre, Denis, innkeeper.
Skelton, May, grocery store.