A Village and Seigniory situated in the County of Terrebonne, C. E. distant from Montreal, 18 miles. Population of the parish about 3000.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C.
Monk, G. H., seignior and mill owner.
MORRIS, CAPTAIN JOHN, commissioner of court of small causes, J. P., distiller, and steam mill owner.
Black, Rev. David, Free Church.
Campton, Major A.
Chapeleau, Francois, miller.
College of Ste. Therese, 140 scholars, boarding £13 per annum.
Desjardins, L., boarding house.
Duquette, Rev. Joseph, Roman Catholic.
Dufault, F. X., clerk of the commissioners’ court, and general storekeeper.
Filiatreault, Captain Charles.
Filiatreault, Captain Paul, notary public.
Guimont, Joseph, miller.
Hettrick, Lieut. Col. John.
Laurier, O., M. D.
I.achaine, Joseph, M. D., commissioner of the court of small causes, and J. P.
Lemay, L., boarding house.
McIntyre, J. L., general store.
Marteau, Louis, notary public, and J. P.
Morris, James, postmaster and general store.
Masson, James, general store.
Malhoeuf, J. B., miller.
Perrin, Nicolas, boarding house.
Robineau, Stanislas, advocate.
Thibault, Amable, mayor.
Tassé, Rev. Stanislas, director of the college of Ste. Therese.