The Village And Parish of St. Ours are situated in the County of Richeleyu, C. E. distant from Montreal, 36 miles usual steamboat fare, 5s. Population about 3000.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &E.
Arsonnault, David, shoemaker.
Bélanger, Rev. Jean, Roman Catholic.
Basin, Charles, notary.
Bourke, Joseph, grist mill.
Champagne, Jean Baptiste, carpenter.
Chapdelaine, Léon, general dealer.
Chapdelaine, Joseph, general dealer.
Chevalier, Peyrre, registrar.
Cormeyr, Leandre, wheelwright.
Cormier, Godefroi, temperance inn.
Daigle, Mark Antoine, general dealer.
David, Dr. Samuel, physician and surgeon.
Dorion, Dr. George, physician and surgeon.
Duhamel, Michel, blacksmith.
Dupré, Louis, wheelwright.
Duval, Louis, carpenter.
Godard, Michel, blacksmith.
Germain, Joseph, general dealer.
Germain, Francois, shoemaker.
Giard, Alexis, advocate.
Grégoire, Pierre W., general dealer and postmaster
Lacoutoire, Emanuel, saddler.
Lamothe, Jules, advocate.
Lamoureux, Antoine, wheelwright.
Lamoureux, Baptiste, carpenter.
Lamoureux, Louis, carpenter.
Leclaire, Paul N., notary.
Marandin, Jean B., notary.
Marchesseault, Isaac, blacksmith.
Marchesseault, T., general dealer.
Ménard, Pascal, shoemaker.
Millare, Isidore, shoemaker.
Moge, Pierre, wheelwright.
Mogé, Hypolite, temperance inn.
Mongeon, Louis, shoemaker.
Richard, Germain, wheelwright.
Richard, Jean B., carpenter.
Ste. Anne, Joseph, grist mill.
Simpson, Peter, wheelwright.