A Village situated on the River St. Lawrence, in the Seigniory of New Longateuil, in the County of Vaudreuil, Canada East distant from Montreal, 45 miles from Cornwall, 34 miles. Population about 350.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Basinet, F. C., notary.
Bermingham, John, postmaster and storekeeper.
Boyden, Oliver, blacksmith.
BRIDGES, B. W., general merchant.
BROWNING, SAMUEL, Exchange hotel travellers or permanent boarders will find a comfortable house and reasonable charges; horses and carriages are furnished when required.
CAVERHILL, WILLIAM C. F., dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, drugs, &c.
De Beaujeu, Hon. George Rene Saveuse, seignior.
Depocat, Joseph, blacksmith.
Dickson, Robert, shoemaker.
Duckett, William, storekeeper.
Fay, James, shoemaker.
Fulham, John, hotel.
GRANGE, JOHN & THOMAS, tin and coppersmiths, and dealers in stoves, stove fittings. groceries, &c.
Hayden, William, tailor.
Hosmer, H. P., cabnit maker
Kennedy, Timothy, tailor.
Kinshela. Peter, saddler and harness maker.
Loy, Dr. G. G.
M’FALL, CHARLES C., dealer in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, &c.
M’INTIRE, ROBERT, agent of U. S. Mutual Fire Assurance Company of West Potsdam. N.Y.
Mountain, Rev. Jacob, Church of England.
Pease, O., storekeeper.
Perrigo, James, collector of customs.
Scott, James, shoemaker.
Smith, Robert, shoemaker.
Sullivan, Ralph, storekeeper.
Waling, N. C., watchmaker.