A Village And Seigniory situated on Lake St. Peter, in the County of Nicolet, C. E. lation about 6500, besides an Indian population of 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.
Barbeau, Captain Charles.
Bazin, Lt., Col. Antoine.
Bernier, Charles Francois, general store.
Bois, Firmin Gabriel, general store.
Boucher, Eteynne, notary public and J. P.
Cartier, Captain Jean Baptiste.
Crevier de St. Francois, Louis Dominique, clerk commissioners court.
Descheneau, Captain Louis, boarding house.
Durand, Edouard, innkeeper.
Gill, Augustin, mill owner.
Gill, Captain Ignace. J. P.
Gill, Louis, agent for the seigniory and J. P.
Gill, Félix, mill owner.
Joubert, Isaac, miller.
Laliberte, Etienne, innkeeper.
Lemaitre, Captain Joseph, M. D.
Lemaitre, Godefroy, general store,
Lemaitre, Major Michel.
McDonald, Edward, M. D. and J. P.
Moreau, Rev. Joseph, Roman Catholic.
Pitt, William, J. P., notary public and agent for the seigniory.
Robillard, Paul. Richard, general store.
Robin, Antoine, notary public.
Rousseau, Captain Pierre.
Shoner, John, general store.