A Village And Parish situated in the Seigniory of the same name, on the south shore of. the River St. Lawrence, in the County of L’Islet, C. E. distant from Quebec, 59 miles. Population about 3300.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Bélanger, Captain Jean Moise.
Belanger, Francois, miller.
Blais, Louis George, general store.
Burk, Joseph, innkeeper.
Carriere, Charles, general store.
Chouinard, Edouard, general store.
Chretien, Andre, boarding house.
Dumas, Pierre, J. P.
Duval, Louis Zephirin, notary public and clerk of commissioners’ court.
Fournier, Charles Francois, M. P. P., land surveyor, commissioner and. J. P..
Fourneyr, Louis, commissioner of court of small causes.
Fournier, Ovide, land surveyor.
Fournier, Michel, saw mill.
Fournier, Francois, millowner.
Fournier, Miss Mathilde, postmistress.
Fraser, Leyut. Col. Simon, agent for the seigniory.
Mercier, Joseph, saw mill.
Michaud, Thadee, general store, notary public, commissioner and J. P.
Miville, Francois, commissioner of court of small causes.
Parent, Rev. Louis, Roman Catholic.
Peltier, Narcisse, notary public.
Roy, Francois, commissioner of court of small causes.
Roy, Saluste, M. D.
Tetu, Captain Felix.
Thibeault, Jean, miller.
Verreau, Captain Antoine.