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1851 Allanburgh Canada Directory

A Village situated at the North end of the deep cut on the Welland Canal in the Township of Thyroid,, County of Lincoln, Canada West. Distant 7 miles from St. Catherines usual stage fare, Is. l0zd. Population about 300. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Bowman, Joseph, pail factory. Bump, Philander, tanner and bootmaker. Dennis, William, innkeeper. Duncan & Wright, grist mill. Elmwood, B. F., cloth factory and carding mill. Finlay, Patrick, innkeeper. Harle & Son, saddlers and harnessmakers. Harper, John, innkeeper. Hoshal, Benj., cloth factory and carding mill. Jackson, John, boot and shoemaker. Mussen, Philip S., bricklayer. Mussen; James. bricklayer. Peart, John. innkeeper. Pennock, William, general store. Rannie & Tucker, lumber merchants. RANNIE, JOHN, general storekeeper, and postmaster. Sherwood, Harley, tailor. Swayze, Samuel, turning machine Upper, Joseph, innkeeper. Vanderburgh, Andrew, saw mill. Williams, Daniel, shingle factory. Williams, Daniel. cabinet and chairniaker. Wilson, John C., carriagemaker. Wright, William,...

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1851 Alexandria Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Lochiel, County of Glengarry, Canada West. Distant from Montreal, 74) miles usual steamboat fare, or stage fare from Cornwall. Population about 500. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Anwell, Thomas, shoemaker. Begley, Rev. D., Roman Catholic. Chisholm, C. D., cloth factory and carding mill. Cumming, John, cooper. Dixon, Clement, blacksmith. Grant, Archibald, blacksmith. Laland, Francis, cooper. M’Donald & Harrison, tanners, curriers, saddlers,harness and shoemakers. M’Donald, A. R. & Co., tanners and curriers. M’Donald, Donald A., general store, flour mills M’Donald, Donald, tailor. M’Donald, H., innkeeper. M’Donald, James, blacksmith. M’Donald, John, carpenter and waggonmaker. M’Donald, John, carpenter and waggonmaker. M’DONELL, A., postmaster, general storekeeper, and pearlash factory. M’Donell, Norman, innkeeper. M’Gillis, Donald, general store and pearlash factory. M’Neil, Donald, shoemaker. M’Phee, Donald, carpenter and waggonmaker. M’Phee, Dugald, carpenter and waggonmaker M’Pherson, John, carpenter and waggonmaker Masson, Benjamin, shoemaker. McDonald, Lachlan, blacksmith. Murchison, William, innkeeper. O’Dwyer, William, innkeeper. Piper, Donald, tailor. Simpson, James, M. D. Smith & Millar, ironfounders. Smith, A. G., aleratus...

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1851 Ancaster Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Ancaster, County of Wentworth, Canada West. Distant from Hamilton, 8 miles usual stage fare, is. 3d. distant from Dundas, 4 miles. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. AIKMAN, J., mill owner, Cold Spring mills. BYRNS, GEORGE, boot and shoemaker. CHEP, JAMES, postmaster. DEAN & CRUICKSHANK, blacksmiths, plough and waggonmakers. EGGLESTON, H. & A., ironfounders and machinists. GABLE, J. tanner and leather merchant. GURNET, L. A., general merchant. KELLY, ISAAC, miller and cotton manufacturer. ROUSSEAU, G. B., dealer in dry goods, hardware, crockery, glass, &c. RUSSELL, JAMES, miller and woollen manufacturer. TAYLOR, W. R., general merchant. Tidy, John, Odd Fellows’ Hotel and stage house this house has good accommodations and excellent stabling. Aikman, Samuel, saw mill. Ashmore and Thureson, machinists. Bishop, Thomas, saddler. Brander, Alexander, tailor. Bull, J. J., innkeeper. Cameron, Francis, M. D. Courtenay, John, shoemaker. Dalton, William H., M. D. Erwin, Eli, mason. Fordham, Gideon, waggonmaker. Grooms, John, carpenter. Henderson, George, blacksmith. Howitt, George, tailor. Loder, William, general store. Lovett, James. innkeeper. McDonald, J., innkeeper. Milne, A. S., barrister at law. Murray, B., tailor. Raymond,_____, tailor and druggist. Robinson, James; waggonmaker. Robinson, John, carpenter. Town Council John Heslop, reeve; G. B. Rousseau, M. H. Howell, J. A. Calder, John...

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1851 Beamsville Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Clinton, County of Lincoln, Canada West. Distant from Hamilton, 22 miles usual stage fare, 5s. distant from St. Catharines, 12 miles usual stage fare, 3s. 9d. Population about 400. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Adron, Mark, mason. Ashley & Hacket, general store. Beam, Jacob, farmer. Beam, John, carpenter Bingham, Alfred, tinsmith. Boughner, Patrick, shoemaker. Braderick, Bernard, shoemaker. Bradt, Peter, carpenter. Caldwell, Mathew, chairmaker. Callender, John, homeopathic doctor. Colladay & Mosaics, iron foundry. Colladay. Misses, milliners. Cooley, John A., painter. Cornwall, John, chairmaker. Couse, Ira C., blacksmith. Couse, Moses A., blacksmith Couse, Moses S., Beamsville hotel. Dare, John, tanner and currier. Dean, W. E., steam saw mill Douglas, James, watchmaker. Freed, Edmund, bricklayer. Furniss, Robert, tailor. Haines, Frederick, general store. Henry, James S., general store. Hewson, Rev. William, Baptist. Hill, T. S., saddler. Hulburt, James, painter Kerr, William, carriagemaker. Kilborn, John C., potash factory. Kilborn, Rowley, town reeve. Konkle, Adam, storekeeper. Leeson, Robert, tailor. Little, Cyrus, potter. Maghell, Henry, cabinetmaker. Marlatt, Isaac Clinton, Exchange Hotel. Marlatt, Isaac, ironfounder. McArthur, A., waggonmaker. McClatchy, Rev. George, Church of Scotland. McLaughlin, James, bootmaker. McLaughlin, John, blacksmith. McLean, John, steam flour mills & cloth factory. Mills, Henry, bootmaker. Morris, George, waggonmaker. Morrow, Robert, tailor. OSBORNE, JOHN B., general merchant...

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1851 Carillon Canada Directory

A Village situated on the River Ottawa, in the Seignior of Argenteuil, County of Two Mountains, Canada East distant from Montreal, 50 miles. usual steamboat fare from Lachine, 6s. 3d. usual stage fare from Montreal, 12s. 6d. distant from Grenville, 12 miles usual stage fare, 2s. 6d. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &E. Barclay, James, stage owner. Davis, A., blacksmith. Galloway, James, innkeeper and wharfinger. Gaudry, Charles, baker. Jones, Edward T., advocate, Kelly, John, innkeeper. McCormick, P., shoemaker. Macleod, Malcolm, advocate. Martin, Edward, shoemaker. Montmarquet, A. E., steamboat owner. O’Brien, ________, distiller. O’Mara, M., blacksmith. Ouellet, Louis, carpenter. Quirk, R., innkeeper and wharfinger. Quirk, R., tailor. Scagell, Mrs. J., innkeeper. Schneider C. W., & Co., general store. Wanless, George, postmaster, and agent for the National Loan Fund Life and Equitable Fire Assurance...

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1851 Ballyduff Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Manvers, and County of Durham, Canada West. Distant from New Castle, 16 miles. Population about 100. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Benson, G., innkeeper. Gairdner, David, postmaster and storekeeper. Lathany, John, shoemaker. Mitchell, John, tailor. Porter, Thomas, shoemaker. Preston, Porter, saw mill. Touchburn, Robert, township clerk. Williamson, John, carpenter. Williamson, Thomas D.,...

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1851 Carouge Canada Directory

A Small Village situated on the River St. Lawrence, a short distance above Quebec. Population about 100. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Drolet, Charles, storekeeper and boarding house. Neyeux, Charles, grocer. Tivierge, Dominique,...

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1851 Cap St. Ignace Canada Directory

The Village of Cap St. Ignace is situated on the south shore of the River St. Lawrence, in the Seignior of Vincelet and County of L’Islet, Canada East distant from Quebec, 39 miles. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Beaubien, Octave, seigneur, mill owner. Bernard, Luke, miller. Bernier, Augustin, flour and saw mills. Caron, Zepherin, boarding house. Cecil, Rev. Etienne, Roman Catholic. Durand, Joseph, general store. Fortin, Louis, commissioner of court for small causes. Gamache, George, saw mill. Gamache, Louis, general store. Guimont, Damase, general store. Jacques, David, boarding hhouse. Lame, Abraham, notary. Lame, F., M.D.; postmaster. Lame, Proxede, notary. Methot, Leandre, general store and mill owner. Nadeau, Noel, clerk commissioners’ court. Payette, Alexis, saw mill. Talbot, Simeon, boarding...

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1851 Cap Sante Canada Directory

The Village of Cap Sante is situated on the River St. Lawrence, in the Seignior of Port Neuf, and County of Port Neuf, Canada East In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Agencies Of Assurance Allard, Francois, boarding house. Alsopp, George, M. D., commissioner of court for small causes.. Alsopp, Robert. advocate. Aylwin, Charles, notary public. Bernard, Joseph, N. P. and clerk commissioner’s court. Dery, Henry. postmaster. Garnaud. F. X., boarding house. Hamel, Joseph, miller. Larue, Eugene & Charles, mill owners. Lelievre. Roger. registrar of the county, and clerk of the circuit court. Marcotte, Frs. Xavier, general store, and commissioner of court for small causes. Marcotte, Louis, mill owner. Marcotte. J. B. Morin, Rev. Frs., Roman Catholic. Morisette, Matthew. Rinfret. Eli, general store. N. P. and commissioner of court for small causes. Rinfret. Francis J.. general store, N. P. and commissioner of court for small causes. Thibodeau, Eli, general store. N. P. and commissioner of court for small...

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1851 Bondhead Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Townships of West Gwillimbury and Tecumseth, County of Simcoe, C. W distant from Toronto, 44 miles. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &c. Boddy, John, innkeeper. Fraser, Rev. M., Secession Church. Hamen, J., school teacher. Jones, H., innkeeper. Lewis, G., blacksmith. Lynd, James, general store. M’Cracken, Robert, carpenter. Neilson, William, wagon maker. Orr, Dr., physician and surgeon. Osler, Rev. F. M., Church of England. Parker, William, blacksmith. Rogers, J. B., steam sawmill. Rogers, S., tannery. St. Clair, A., general store. Switzer, R., carpenter. Watson, George, wagon maker. Watson, J.,...

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1851 Hawkesbury Canada Directory

A Village situated on the Ottawa River, in the Township of West Hawkesbury, County of Prescott, Canada West distant from Montreal, 60 miles, from Bytown, 60 miles. Population about 700. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions’ Trades, &E. Allen, Francis, clothier. Anderson, Rev. Joseph, Congregationalist. Bancroft, Levi, blacksmith. Bangs, Benjamin, hatter and furrier. Benton, James, saddler and harness maker. Boon, William, merchant. Brown, George, butcher. Campbell, James, merchant. Canning, William, cooper. Carpenter, Peter, innkeeper. Cochran, Robert, miller. Colonial Life Assurance Company, Thomas Higginson, agent. Dewitt, William, woollen manufacturer. Evans, William, miller. Ewing, William, physician and surgeon. Fraser, Archibald, painter. Fraser, Mrs., dressmaker’ Fraser, William, merchant. Giles, Miss, dressmaker. HAMILTON BROTHERS, deal manufacturers, Hawkesbury mills, Ottawa River. HERSEY, CHARLES, postmater, merchant, and leather manufacturer. HERSEY, Z. S. M., merchant, oatmeal and flour manufacturer, Hawkesbury village mills. Hodgins, George, cabinetmaker. Kirby, William, stage proprietor. Lamb, John, millwright, Hawkesbury mills. Lawlor, William, millwright, Hawkesbury mills. Lecelle, Felix, boot and shoemaker. Lewis, Rev. J. T., Church of England. Lough, Hugh, boot and shoemaker. Lough, William, merchant. Lummis, Daniel, barber. M’Cormick. Robert, innkeeper. M’Gibbon, Duncan, wheelwright and plough maker. M’Ilwaine, James, boot and shoemaker. Miller, Maurice, sleigh maker. Montreal and Bytown Telegraph Office, Ouimette’s hotel. OUIMETTE, C. S., hotel and stagehouse travellers will find good accommodations and moderate charges....

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1851 Fenelon Falls Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Fenelon, County of Peterborough, C. W distant from Lindsay, 16 miles usual steamboat fare, 2s. 6d. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Bowerman, Thomas, saw mill. Boyd, Mossom, miller, Village of Bobcaygean. Brock, Samuel, saw mill. Connell, George, blacksmith. Greene, John, general store, Village of Bobcaygean. Hamilton, William, shoemaker, Bobcaygean. Knox, Thos., innkeeper, Village of Bobcaygean. McConnell, James, innkeeper, Village of Bobcaygean. McIntyre, John, innkeeper and general store. Nayler, John, boot maker. POWLES, WILLIAM, postmaster and boot and shoe Store. Umphrey, Alexander,...

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1851 Matilda Canada Directory

A Village situated on the Point Iroquois Canal, in the Township of Matilda, Canada West distant from Prescott, 15 miles and from Cornwall, 36 miles. Population about 125. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Op Professions, Trades, &C. Baldwin, Josiah, tanner and leather merchant. Brouse, George, postmaster, general store and saw mill. Byrnes, Samuel, grocer. CARMAN & BAILEY, dealers in dry goods, groceries, hardware, crockery, stationery and school books. Carman, Phillip, tanner and leather merchant. Dick. Rev. -, Baptist. Dundas grammer school, Rev. Mr. Dick, principal. Elliott, William, flour mill, carding and fulling mills. Hurlburt, Rev. A., Wesleyan Methodist. Hutchison, William, blacksmith and axe factory. Lang, John, general store. Lowry, Robert, grocer. PHILLIPS, Z. M., innkeeper a comfortable house and reasonable charges. Rose, William, deputy collector of customs. Ross, J. S., & Co., general tore. Sanderson & Carman, saw mills. SANDERSON & CARMAN, wholesale and retail dealers in dry goods, groceries, hardware. crockery and general lumber merchants and saw mills. Shaver, W. J., saddler and harness maker. Vanallen, Peter, shoemaker and tanner. WALDORFF, JACOB, innkeeper travellers will find good accommodation, and conveyances are furnished when required. Worthington, Addison, M. D. Wylie, Dr. Alexander, 3 miles above the...

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1851 Lanark Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Lanark, and County of Lanark, Canada West-distant from Perth, 11 miles-usual stage fare, 5s. Population about 300. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Buffam, Samuel, innkeeper. Caldwell, Alexander, lumber merchant. Caldwell, B. & J., general merchants. No. 1. George st. Craig, Adam, cooper. Craig, John, carriage maker. Craig, , beef and pork inspector. Dohie, Thomas, blacksmith. Dohie, William, boot and shoemaker. Drysdale, James, cabinetmaker. Drysdale, Robert, cabinetmaker. Fraser, Rev. Thomas, Church of Scotland. French, Francis, tailor. Gallinger, J., blacksmith and horseshoer. Gallinger, Jacob, axemaker. GEMMILL, J. K., printer and publisher of the Lanark Observer. Gemmill, James, joiner and cabinetmaker. Hall, A. G., clerk and accountant. Hall, J. & F., general merchants. No. 5, George st. HALL, JOHN, postmaster. James, Robert, tailor. Kelly, J. C., & Co., fanning mill makers. Lamont, Joseph. hotel keeper. Livingston, John. tailor. Mair, James, & Son, general merchants. No. George st. Mair, John, boot and shoemaker. Maxwell, Daniel, carpenter. McInnes. Alexander. wagon maker. McLaren, Peter, grammar school teacher. Monahan, William. beef and pork inspector. Monroe, Alexander, M. D., chemist and druggist. No. 6, George st. Robertson, William, joiner. Smith, John. tanner and dealer in harness. Wilson, Thomas, boot and shoemaker. Wilson, Thomas, spirit dealer. Wright, John. house...

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1851 Martin Town Canada Directory

A Village situated in the Township of Charlottenburg, County of Glengarry, Canada West distant from Montreal, 75 miles distant from Cornwall, 13 miles-and from Lancaster, 11 miles. Population about 300. In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work. Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &C. Blackwood, Robert, general store. Barton, James, innkeeper. Foulds, John, tanner. Grant, Dr. James. Gray, Donald, turner. Irvine, James, wagon maker. Kelly, J. J., saddler. McDonald, James, blacksmith. McDonald, Duncan, blacksmith. McDonnell, George A., innkeeper. McGregor, Murdoch, general store. McLaurin, Rev. John, Church of Scotland. McLeod, Angus, wheelwright. McLeod, Peter, saddler. McMartin, Alexander, postmaster, miller, carding, fulling and cloth dressing mills. McMartin, Duncan, general store. McNaughton, Donald, wheelwright. McRae, James, blacksmith. Simpson, Dr. John. Smith, John R., genera] store. Smith, William, blacksmith. Wilson, Mrs. Charlotte, storekeeper. Wilson, Alexander,...

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