A Village situated on the south shore of the River St. Lawrence, in the County of Kamouraska, C. E., 75 miles below Quebec. The Village is very beautifully situated, and there is a college here, one of the most extensive in Lower Canada, at which about 150 pupils are usually pursuing their studies. Population of the Village and Parish about 2800.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C,
Audet, Theophile, miller.
Audet, Nicolas, flour and saw mills.
Bourret, Rev. L. A., Roman Catholic.
Cazeau, Capt. Jean F.
Deguise, Florence, notary, agent crown lands, and clerk of commissioners’ court.
Dion, Abraham, boarding house.
Dionne, Hon. A., seignior, mill owner, and J. P. Dube, Col. Vincent, J. P.
Garon, Valance, general store.
Gosselin, Charles, general store.
Guy, Prince, boarding house.
Marquis, David Solime, M. D., postmaster, J.P., and commissioner of small causes.
Martineau, Capt. Augustin, general store, millowner, and J. P.
Levesque, Cyprien, general store.
Martineau, Major Ovide P. N., J. P., and mill owner.
Miville, Capt. François, commissioner of superior court.
Moreau, François Luc, N. P.
Ouellette, Capt. Jean Baptiste.
Ouellette, Edouard, general store.
Ouellette, Capt. Anselme.
Peltier, Capt. Germain.
Peltier, Capt. Jean Marie.
Potvin, Capt. Hyacinthe.
Piuze, Remi, N. P.
Richard. François, general store.
Sirois, Pierre, commissioner of small causes.
Trebert, Charles, miller.