A Village situated in the Township of Kingston, C. W., 2 miles from the City of Kingston stage fare, 1s. 3d. 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.
Armstrong .John, wagonmaker.
BEAMISH, WILLIAM, general store, dry goods, hardware, crockery, &c.
Beamish, William, M. D.
BURR, CHAUNCY, waggon and sleighmaker makes to order the best description of vehicles at moderate prices.
Cooke, Edward, tailor.
Jamieson. William, innkeeper.
M’Callum, Rev. Joseph, Wesleyan.
M’KIM, PETER, tanner and currier.
M’Michael, John, jun., blacksmith.
M’Michael, John, sen., blacksmith.
M’Neice, Samuel, saddler.
Northmore. Joseph, grocer and baker.
Purdy, David, wagonmaker.
Schermerhorn, John, mason and builder.
Sperham, George, wagonmaker.
Stewart, John, shoemaker.
Thomas, Alfred, innkeeper.
Watson, Thomas, blacksmith.
YEOMANS, HORACE, M. D., physician and surgeon.