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A Village situated in the Township of Nelson, and United Counties of Wentworth and Halton distant from Hamilton, 11 miles usual stage fare, 2s. 6d. from Toronto, 36 miles usual stage fare, 5s. from Dundas, 11 miles. Population about 125.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Albertson, J., saw mill, St. Anns.
Armstrong. W., tailor.
Bell, N. M. D.
Bunton, H., innkeeper, St. Anns.
Bunton, W.. innkeeper.
Campbell, D., smith.
Carter. Samuel, M. D.
Cartwright, F. & J., smiths and wagon makers.
Cooper, Timothy, postmaster.
Crooks, George, saw mill, St. Anus.
Culloden. W., cabinetmaker.
Daville, W., tanner.
Easterbrook, J., tailor.
Ellis, D., boots and shoes.
FRASER, A. E., general merchant and mill owner, Louisville Mills, P. O. address, Nelson.
Furniss, G., boots and shoes.
Galligan. J., saddler.
Haddoe, T., saddler.
Hammond, T. S., tanner.
Hopkins, Caleb, M. P. P. Hull, R. innkeeper.
King, Rev. W., Church of Scotland.
McCoy, A. G., general merchant.
McCOy, WILLIAM, agent for the Provincial Mutual Assurance Company.
MILLER, JOHN, general merchant.
Nesbit, B. innkeeper
O’Connell. II.. smith.
O’Reilly, Hamilton, attorney.
Robinson, J., miller, St. Anns.
Tufford, J., innkeeper, St. Arms.
Whittaker. J., saddler.
Williams, J., boots and shoes.