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TABLE OF 8EJII-DIURNAL ARCS.. 
Calculated for the Principal Places in British North Americw.. 


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TORONTO. KllIOGSTOS. HALIFA-X, N.S. l\IONTREAL. FREDERICTON. QUEß!:C. 
N. 43 0 39'.4. N. 44 0 8'.0. N.44 0 39'.3. N. 45 0 31' N. 46 0 3'. N. 46 0 49'.2. 


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ALMAN AC. 


CALENDAR FOR 1848. 


EPOCHS. 
Mundane Æra _ . . .......... .. ... .. . .. 5S.1J I Year of Her Majesty's Reign, II-commences 
Christian Æra _ . . .. . .. .., ............ 18-18 J un
 20 
Jewish Æra, 5609-commences Sept. 28. Mahommedan Æra, 126
-commences N ov. 27. 


CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES. 
Dominical Letter. . . . . . . . . . . . .. B. A. StJlar Cycle. . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . .. 9 
Golden 1\ umber. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. - 6 Roman Indiction................. 6 
Epact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . 25 Julian Period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 6561 


IUOVEABIAE 


FEASTS. 


EastPr Sunday................ April 23 
Re-gation Sunday.............. May 28 
Ascension Day. . . . . . . .. . . . . .. June 1 


Whitsunday. .... . . .. . . .. .. . .. June 11 
TrimtySunday................ June 18 
Advent Sunùay.......... .0.... Decz. 3 


ECLTP
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. 
In the year 1818, there will be four Eclipses of the Sun, two of the Moon, and a Transit of 

Ielcury :- 
I. A partial Eclipse of the Sun, :i\Iarch J, 18-18, visible throughout British North America, and 
the north-eastern parts olihe United States, as follows :- 
At TORONTO, Upper Canada, in latitude 43 0 33' north, and longitude 79 0 20' west from 
GIeenwieh :- 


h. m. s. 
Beginning of the Eclirse,................. 7 9 8 morn. 1 
Greatest Obscuration. . . . . , . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . 7 26 54 " 
 Toro[to 
End o
 the E('lip
f'.:..................... 7' 4
:"u " J Clock Time. 
DurahOn()fthp.f
chpse................... 0 3.J 48 " 
Point first touched, 11 0 9' from Sun's veJ:tex to- the left. 
Point last touched, .H 052' from Sun'" vertex to the left. 
Digits eclipsed, 0 0 27' on the Sun's north limb. 


At :MONTRE.AL, Lower Canada, i.n.latitude 45 0 31' north, and longitltde 73 0 33 
GreenwIch :- 
k. m. s. 
Beginning of the EcI;pse .0... . . .. . . . . . . .. 7 32 49 
Greatest Obscurati.oß. .. .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . YO 7 55, 47 
EnrloftheEclipse....................... 81914 
Duration of the Eelipse. . . . . ., .. . . . . .. . .. . 0 46 2;) 
Point fust touched, 3 Q 11' from Sun's vertex to the left. 
Point last Ílmehed, 40 0 ;)2' from Sun's vertex to the left. 
Digits eclipsed, 0 0 43' Of! Sun's north limb. 


west fro 


morn. } 
" :Montreal 
" , Clock Time. 
" 



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At QUEBEC, Lower Canada, in latitude 46 0 49' 12" north, ana long'ituae 71'0 16' west from 
Greenwich :- 
h. m. ß. 
Beginning of the Eclipse ................. 7 43 1 morn. } 
Greatest Obsc
ration..................... 8 8 30" Quebec 
End o
 the EclIpse.... . .. ........ .. .... .. '. 8 34 42 " Clock Time. 
DuratIon of the Echpse................... 0 51 41 " 
Hoint Jirst touched, 1 0 27' from Sun's vertex to the right. 
Point last touched, 40 0 5' from Sun's vertex to the left. 
Digits eclipsed, 0 0 52' on Sun's north limb. 


At FREDERICTON, Kew Br.unswick, in latitude 46 0 3' north, and longitude 66 0 45' west from 
Grcenwich:- 
It.. m. fr. 
Beginning of the Edipse ...............

... 8 5 11 
Greatest Obscuration. . . .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . . . . 8 28 11 
End of the Eclipse. . . .. . ... . . .. . ... . ..... 8 51 35 
Duration of the Eclipse. . ... . '." .. ... . .. . 0 46 24 
Point first touched, 0 0 7' from Sun's vertex to the left. 
Point last tourhed, 33 0 26' from Sun's vertex to the left., 
nï
ts ecli,psed, 0 0 40' 0.0 SlUt'S l1or1h limb. 


morn. 1 
" J Fredericton 
" Clock Time. 
" 


At ST. JOHN"'S, New Brunsy;J.ck, in lafitude 45 0 15' north, and longitude 66 0 6' 15" west from 
Greenwich :- 
h. m. s. 
Beginning of the F.clipse ............... ... 8 9 10 morn. } 
Greatest Obscuration. . . .. . u. U .u . . u .. . 8 29 49" St. John's 
End of the Eclipse. ..... . ... . .. . . . u . .
. . 8 50 50 " Clod Time. 
Duration of the EcJi)1se............u.u
. .041 40 " 
Ijoinl first touched, 2 0 39' from Sun's vertex to the left. 
Poillt last touched, 33 0 57' from Stln's vertex to the left. 
Digits eclipsed, 0 0 32' on Sun's nOl"th limb. 


At HALIFAX. N'ova Scotia, in latitude 41 0 39' 20" north, and longitude 63 0 36' 40 1 ' west/rofU 
.Gre
llwich;- . 
h. m. s. 
Bpginning of tbe Eclipse ................. 8 23 10 morn. } 
Greatest Obscuration..................... 8 40 40" H
lifa'( 
End of the Eclipse. . . .. . . .. .. . . .. .. .. .. . . 8 58 18 " Clock Time. 
Duration of the Eclipse ... .,.. ... .... . . .. . 0 35 8 " 
Point first touched, 4 Q 42' from Sun's vertex to the left. 
Point last toucheò, 30 0 12' from Sun's vertex to the left. 
Digits eclipsed, OQ 211 011 Sun'.s nor"h li.mb. 


The following times of the Phases of the Eclipse, 1\"hich are gi\'en Jor the clock or mean times 
of their respective :places, are only 
pplOximat.e, and may 1e in error two or three 
minutes ;- 


BEGINNING. l\hVDLE. END. 
h. m. h.m. h.m. 
Kings1on, U prer Canada, 7 20 morll. 7 40 morn. 8 0 morn. 
Chicago, 1I\1I
ois ........ 6 40 " 6 50 6 59 
Detroit, Michigan....... b 56 " 7 9 " 7 23 u 
l!utIalo, r\ ew York. . . . . . 7 12 ." 7 28 " 7 43 
Hoc.hester, Kew lork.... 7 16 .H 7 33 " 750 " 
Calais, 
laine........... 8 3 " 8 25 " 8 46 " 
Eastpt)rt, Maine. . . . u . .. 8 5 " 625 H 8 .,16 " 


H. Eclipse of tbe Moon, total at Greeri'wich, l\larch 19, 1848. The !\roon Jises in C:loada 
eclirscd, and the EcI
 ,wiLl be,O\.-er 6Ðon,aftH. 
III. A parfinl Eclipse of the Sun, A}1ril3, 18.18, invisible in Korth America. Tbis Eclipse ii 
COIlf.. t
d to the Southern Ocean. 


IV. A Partial Eclipse or the Sun, August 28; also cor.lined to the Southern OCl'un. 



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V. Total Eclipse of the Moon, visible throughout British North America, September 12:- 


PL_
CES.. 


I Eclipse Begins. Middle of Eelipse. Eclipse End&.. I 
Sept. 12. Sept. 13. Sepf. 13. 
h. m. s. h. m. s. h. 1n. s. 
11 13 9P.M. 1 1 6A.M. 4 49 3,A.M. 
11 3 1 050 8 4 38 5 
10 50 8 o 48 5 4 26 5 
10 41 6 o 29 3 4 17 0 
10 23 5 011 2 358 9 
Sept. 12. 3 46 
10 10 9 11 58 6P.M. 3 
927 3 11 15 0 3 2 7 


Toronto ..... _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Kingston. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Ivlontreal, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Quebec. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Frt:dericton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . 


Halifax, N.S . . . . . . . . . . .. .. .. . . .. . . 
St. John's, Newf\Jundland .. .. ... .. . . . 


Mean time of the respective places. 
VI. A partial Eclipse of the Sun, September 26, 184R, invisibfe in British North America. 
This Ecli.pse is confined to the north of Europe and Sibe/ ia. 
VII. A Transit of Mercury, November 9. The Ingress will be visible from the greater portions 
of Europe and Ao;ia, and the whole of Africa and South Ameri.ca. The Egress trom the 
western extremity of Europe, the greater part of Africa and North America, and the whole 
of South America. The following will be the times of Egress at the respective places 
named :- 


PLACE'S. 
Toron to .......................................... 
Kingston. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Mora treal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Quebec. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Fredericton .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Ha lifax .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
St. John's Newfoundland. ...... '" . .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. . 


EGRESS.. 
h. m. s. 
] 1 10 49 A.M. 
11 20 19 
11 32 37 
11 41 53 
11 59 55 
12 12 26p.M. 
12 55 52 


TABI
E 
SHE
ING the Illuminated Portion of the Discs of Verlus and ]JIm's. 
The numbers givpn in this table represent the sizes of the illuminated portion of the Discs- 
the apparent diameters of the planets oeing considereù at unity. 


1818. Venus. I Mars. 1848. Venus. I Mars. 
January ......15.. O. 6-H 0.890 July.... ......15.. 0.999 I 0.975 
February. . ... .14. . 0.750 0.891 AI/gust .......15.. 0.!lfl4 U.989 
March, . . .. .. .15. . 0.831 0.901 September..,.. ,)5.. 0.967 0.997 
April .. . . . . . .15. . 0.898 0.919 October...... .15.. 0.926 1 .ono 
May .. . ... . . .15, . 0.9-19 0.939 
ovember..,.. .15.. 0.86ß .997 
June .........15.. 0.984 o .
.J9 December.... .15.. 0.800 .989 


8AT(jUX'S RI-XG. 
Saturn's- Ring will not be visible from the 22nd of April to the 3rd of September: it ceases to 
be visible again on the 12th oi Sertember, and continues invisible Cor the rest oC tue year. 


BEGIX:\'"IXG AXD LE
GTH OF TIlE 
EA
OXS. 


d. h. m. 
Sun enters Capricorn 'v:5'(Winter begins), 1847, December 21 16 48 1 
Sun enters Aries 'Y'(Spring " ), 18-18, :March 19 18 2 
Sun enters C
(]cer Qð(Summer " ),1848, June 20 14 58 
 
Sun enters LIbra 
(Autumn"), 18-18, Septembpr22 5 2 ) 
Sun enters Capricorn 'v:5'(Winter " ), 1818, December 20 22 43 


Mean Time 
of 
Toronto. 



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Sun in the '\Tinter Signs. . . . . , . . . .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Stan in the 
pring " ...................... . . . . . 
Sun in the Summer" ..... . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . . 
Sun in the Autumn" . . . . . . . .... . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 
Sun north of Equator, Spring and Summer. . . ... .. . . 
Sun south of Equator, Winter and Autumn.......... 


cT. h. m. 
88 1 14 
92 20 56 
93 14 5.5 
R9 17 41 
186 11 51 
177 18 55 


THE corUET OF J.264 AlXD J.6ð6. 
I! 
s (>xpe
ted that the Comet of 1556, wh
cb cause
 s
ch universal terror in Europe, will 
reVIslt the Sun towaHls the close of 1818, or In the bpgmnmg of 18-19; but from the liability of 
these bodies to defle
tion from their cou
se, Lr the attraction of the more remote mem})t'rs of 
the solar system, neither the place nor perIod of lts re-appearance can be predicted with certainty. 
The constellation Corvus has been poi:.ted out as a Plobable direction. 


EXPLANATIO
 OF THE ARTICLES IN THE CALE
DAR. 
THE DAY OF THE YEAR, reckoned from the first of January, is useful for ascertaining the 
interval in days between two given dates. 
SUN RISING AND SETTING.-The mean time of Sun setting is given for TOfOlltoand l\fontreal 
for every day. If the time of Sun rising is wanted f()r either of those places, subtract the mea
 
time of apparent nooll from the mean time of s
tting, and subtract the difference from th
 mean 
time of apparent noon, for the time of rising. 
Example.-Required the time of Sun rise at MontreaJ, on the 1st January:- 
h. m. 
Sun sets at ............. ....................................... 4 21 P.1\(. 
Mean Time of Apparent Noon............................. ...... 12 4 
Difference .....,................... .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 17 


Sun Rises ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ............ ..............,;. 7 47 A.M. 
The mean time of Sun rising and settil:g for every tenth day, is gi\'f'n for Quebec, Halifax, 
and Fredericton. Jf the time is wanted for any intermediate ùay, enter the table of Semi-diurnal 
Arcs (Page 2), with the Sun's declination for that day, the value gi\'en, subtracted from, or 
added to, the mean time of apparent noon, will gi\'e the hour of rising or setting. 
ApPJ\RENT NOON, SHEWING TIlE EQUATroN OF TIJ\IE.-This column contains the hour 
which should b
 shewn by a dock or watch at Toronto, when a 
un-dial marks twelve o'clock. 
Its error at any other place in the British Prm'inces will rarely amount to one second. The 
F:quation of Time is the difff'rence in time between the r
al place of the Sun, and its supposed or 
mean place. The actual interval between the successive arrivals of the Sun on the meridian, or 
the length of successÌ\'e soI.:r days, is variablf', owing to the different rapidity of the motion of 
the earth in different parts of its orbit, and to the difference in the inclination of the successÍ\'p 
parts of the ecliptic to tbe equator. But, as time-keepers cannot be made to measure an interval 
which varies every day, a clock 01' watch is made to mark twenty-four hours in the average of 
all the days. In other words, it is made to keep pace 'with an imaginary or mean 8un, having 
a motion exactly equal to the average motion of the real or appment 
un. Hence, when it is 
twelve o'clock by the real 
un, it may be before or after twelve by the mean Sun. The true 

un and the mean or imaginary Sun coincide four times in each year, viz., about the 15th of 
;\larch, the 15th of June, tbe 1st of 
eptember, an:l the 2-1th of December. The difference 
between them, or the Equation of Time, is never more than sixteen minutes. A Sun-dial gives 
apparent time, and the equation of time must be applied before setting a watch by it. 
THE SUN'S DECLIN.\TIOX is gi\-en for mean noon at Toronto, for every day: the difference 
for mean noon for any other place in the British Provinces, will rarely amount to one minute. 
THE MOON'S AGE is given for mean noon at Toronto. 
THE MOON'S RISIKG OR SETTING is given for e\'ery day at Montreal and Toronto: the time 
of rising being gï,'oo when she sets dUling daylig
t; and tbe time of setting, when she rises 
during daylight. The time gi ven for Montreal will lIever be more than four minutes in error 
for Halifax, three minutes in error for Fredericton, and five minutes in error for Quebec; and it 
iii, therefore, near enough for ordjnary reference at those places. 
THE MOON'S DECLINATION, wben on the meridian at Toronto, is given for every day. 
TWILIGHT begins in the morning, when the Sun is about eighteen degrees below the horizon, 
and ends in the evening, 'when it is eightef'n degrees be}'ond ,it. The mean time of beginning 
and ending is given for every tenth day. 



7 


THE PU,XETS.- The hour of meridian passage, right ascension and declination of each of the 
Planets, is given for the 1st and 15th of each month. (m signifies mOJ'ning.) 
THE rOLE STA.It.- The time when the Pole Star is on the meridian, is given for the 15th of 
each month, being the h()ur when it is due north. U. signifies Upper Culmination-L. signifies 
Lower Cul:n1nation. The greatest elongation of the Pole Star flOm the meridian, varies with 
the latitude of the place: it is about 2 0 4' at Toronto, 2 0 8'.5 at Montreal, increasing at the rate 
,ofabont 1'.5 for every degree oflatitDde between 40 0 and 50 0 . To tind the hour when it is 011 
tbe merillian on any other date, multiply 3m. 56.5s, by the interval in days,-add the product, 
iffor a date before the 15th; subtract it, if for a date after the 15th. 
ECLIPSES OF JUPITER'S SATELLITES, vir.ible in Canada, are given. A telescope with a 
magnifying }JQwer of forty, is suíiìci
nt for observing these phenomena. 
SEMI-DIURNAL ARcs.-This table is uSf'ful for determining the timps of rising and selling of 
the hea\'enly bodies. Enter the table wilh the declination of the object: under the proper 
cohlmn for the locality w,ill bE' found half the time which the object remains above the horizl)n. 
which is to be subtracted from the time of .its meridian passage, If the time of rising is required, 
or added, for the tim
 of 
etting. 
Example.-RRqllired the time of rising Si)r the Planet JupÍtp.r, at Montreal, July 1, 1848. 
Declination øf Jupiter, 21 0 N. 


Corresponding to which we find the semi-diurnal are ................... 
Jupiter 011 meridian. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


h.m. 
7 32 
o 34 


J upi ter rises . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


5 2m 


METF.OROLOGICAL.-On the first page 1)( each month is given 1he mean temperahne for 
Upper aud Lower Canada; to which is added the mean temperature of the South of England. 
for compari
ou of climate. The mean temperature of Toronl.:> is derived from the recOJds of 
Her Majesty's .Miignetical Observatory, for the six years, 1841-46,-by permis
ion of the 
Director,-and is the mean for the twenty-four hours. The mean temperature for Nicolet, on 
Lake St. Peter's, in Lower Canada, is derived from the register of tbe Rev. François Desaumers, 
for nine }'ears, 1838-18-16, p'lblished in tbe British .!lmerican JotLrnal of Nedical and Phl/sical 
Science, vol. iii. l'\icolet is situated in latitude 61 0 14', longitude 72 0 19', alld may be considered 
a middle point in Lower Canada; but the mean results are derived from observations at 6, A.l\I., 
and 3, P."I., only; and are, therefore, abOt'lZ the mean of the twenty-four hours. About 0 0 7. 
,should be subtracted from each on this accou!,t. The mean temperatures for the South 01 
England, are from observations by Sir T. Harris, at Plymouth, for live years, 1833-37; and ale 
the means of the twenty four hOUls-the highest and lowest are, howe\ er, from another source, 
and are only 3pp.oximate. \Ve would gladly extend the interest of this taùle by adding the 
temperatures for Nma Scotia, l\'ew BrullS\\ ick, and the Islaud of 
ewfoundland, it in posse::;sion 
of authentic materials. 


VARIATIO
 OF THE COJIPASS. 
FROM THE RECORDS OF THE l\lAGl\ETICAL OBSERVATORY
 
The mean variation at Toronto, for the year 1846, was 1 0 30/ west: it increases about 3' 
every year. The variation undergoPii a daily change, being least from 7 to 8. A."1., and greatest 
from 1 to 2, P.III. The difference between these values, in the several months, is as folLows:- 
/ 
t;
:

: : : : : :::: : : :: : : : :: : : : : : : : : : : : :: : : : : : : 
: : :: : : : : : : 
 18: 
 
_0\ pril ......... . ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... . . . . . . . . .. ... . . . . . . ., 11, 2 
May .... _ _. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . ., 12.8 
June ..........,......................................... 13 6 
.J -ul y .................. .............. .. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. ] 3 2 
August..... ............................................ 1-1.3 
September, . .. ..........,............................... 11.4 
Oetober . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.6 
l'\ovember .......... ................,................. _ 6 6 
December. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . 5.9 
The variation is least liable to fluctuations in the afternoon: it is near its mean value at 10 
A.M., and 6 to 7, P.M. ' 



SJ 


JANUARY HAS THIRTY-ONE DAY
. 


[1.848 _ 


I'A:NU AR Y. 
The ice-bonnd stream, the cutting gale, 
The crunching snow, and driving bail, 
Attest old Winter's sway: 
Eut still the sleigh-bells' merry noise, 
Proclaims that Winter has its joys, 
To sweep dull care away; 
Whilst Canada may b.,ast a sky 
As blue and clear as Beauty's eye. 


';:::::. This is the first Month oftlle year; its Zodaical sign is AQUARIUS, or the 'Vater-bearer; 
it deril"es its name from Janus, a Deity represented by the Romans with two faces, because he 
was acquaiuted with past and future events. 


METEOROLOGICAL. TABLE FOR JANUARY. 


UPPER LOWER I South 
C_
NADA. CANAD_
. of 
Toronto. Nicolet. I England. 
0_ 0_ 0_ A verage coldest day at Nicolet 
1\7 ('an TempeJature.... 5.9 13.3 44.6 is Jan. 27 ; mean tem., 6, a. m., 
:!'t1l'an Highest. . . . . . . . . 47.0 52 and 3, p. m.,-20 0 . 
Mean Lowest..... . .. . 1.9 18.4' 11 



( Day of 
1\1011 Week. 


RE:\IARKABLE DAYS, &c. 


MEIVIORAKDA. 


1 Sat. CIRCUMCISION 
2 Sun. 2nd Sllnday after C/ll'istTnU$ 
3 1\1on. Battle of Princp.ton. 1777 
4 Tups. Quarter Sess antI District Court com. 
5 Wed. Duke of York died 1827 
6 ThIn. Epiphany, twelfth day 
7 Frid. Battle of Kew Orleans, 1815 
8 Sat. Galileo died 1642 
9 I Sun. 1st Sunday after Epiphany 
10 :!\lüD. Chancery Còurt commences sittings 
11 Tues. Sir Hans Sloane died 1753 
12 Wed. Sir C Bagot, Governor-Gen'l, 1812 
13 Thur. Halley died 1801 
14 Frid. Alf'XJ.1ndrian Library burnt 640 
1;) Sat. General Wolfe born 1726 
16 SIII\. 2nd Snnday after Epiphany 
17 Mon. Franklin born 1706 
18 Tues. Ciudad Rodrigo stormed 1812 
19 I Wed. James Watt born 1736 
20 Thill. U S Independen
 acknowledged 1783 
21 Frid. LOllS XVI guillotined 1793 
22 
at. Chancery Court closes 
23 Siln. 3rd Sunday ajtc?' Epiphany 
2-\ 1\1on. Frederick the Great born 1712 
25 Tues. Sir F B Hearl, I"ieut Governor, 1836 
26 Wed. Dr Jenner died 1823 
27 Thnr. Mozart born 1756 
28 Frid. Gibbon died 179-1 
29 Sat. George III. died 1R20 
30 Sun. 4th Sunday after Epiphany , 
31 Mon. I Earl of Elgin, Governor-Gen'l 1847 



IS4S.] 


JA.NUARY BEGINS ON SATURDAY. 


I I 
[9' 


1st OF JANUARY. 


15th OF JANUARY. 


MOON'S PHASES. 


THE R.gllt I Rlgbt 
PL.\NETS Meridian, A
cen- Deel. ;\Ieridian. A
cen- 
T. M. T. 
__ slon. 
h. m. h
 m.1 0 , h.m. h.m. 

 l\fer
.. A MOl Jl 1 in g 8t,ar. 10 57 m 17 43 

 Venus. A Morn ing Star. 9 Om 16 36 

 Mars. 7. 30 2 13 N14 4fl 6 54 2 32 
2+Jupit'r 0 26m 7 10 N22 3J 11 24 7 2 
?,saturn -i 0 \ 22 43 S 10 6 3 11 22 48 
J;tIU ran's 6 12 0 5-1 N 5 4 5 17 0 5-1 
-' eptune 
Pole Star on l\re.idian, P.M., 5h. 26m. 428. U. 


Decl. 


d. h. m. 
. New Moon. 5 ]8 50 
)) FirstQr,. .]2 1.8 29 
o Full Moon .19 18 47 
([ Last Qr. . . .27 18 41 
([ Perigee... .12 9 0 semi-diam. 
16' 7".4 
([ Apogee... .26]5 0 semi-diam 
14' 15".9 


o I 


S 23 36 
S 19 26 
N 16 34 
N22 54 
S 9 36 
N 5 9 


QUEBEC. 


HALIFAX, N.S. 


FREDERICTON, N.R. 


Sun. 


Twilight. 


Sun. 


'l'wi1ight. 


Sun. 


Twilight. 


aj Rises. \ Sets. Begins., Ends. Rises., Sets. ßp
ins. Eods, Rises. I Sels, Bf'gins, Ends. 
..., 
Q A.M. P.M. A,M. P,M. A.M. P,M. 
----- -- ---- 
h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m, It. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. 
1 7 51 -t 16 5 55 6 12 7 43 4 2-1 b 52 6 16 7 48 4 19 554 6 13 
10 7 49 4 26 5 55 6 21 7 40 4 3;; 5 2,; 6 24 7 4;) 4 30 5 54 6 22 
20 7 43 4 39 550 6 31 7 36 4 45 5 48 6 3-1 7 40 4 41 550 6 32 
30 7 33 4 54 5 43 6 44 7 28 4 59 f) 41 6 46 7 31 456 5 -13 6 44 


Day. I Sun Sets. App. N,oon, 1 Sun'i! 1 1\1 non'. !lloon'" Moon Risf's or sets. , 
shewmg Declinal'n' A"e Dcclina- 
! '1'U- 1 !\lOll' tl
e._r:q, of I 8uulh. I :t liun. I I 
Week. Y'r' I 
 I 
 -;
 I _ I Noon. _ T
::::.. 

;

:
 I I
 I .rom l nto. Montreal. 
D.,h. m. h. m. h. m. 8'1 0' D. 0' h. m. h. m. IH Ißp;rios Ellds ßegios. Ends, 
S. ] ]428!21,12 34223 2.4 2t.RI518
 250m 253m- I ----- 
s. 2 24 29'! 2212 4 112257.3 1 25.8,17 12 3 48 352 1 5 50,j 17 5 53,i 1-1 
1'tI. 3 3 -1 301-! 23 1 12 4 3922 5] .8 ' 26,8
18 17 4 44 4 50 If) 5 50 1 j 25 5 526 2-1 
T.4 4 1 ! 31 .12-1,12 506'224.3.9 21.R,182l 542- 5-47 
O 54ìfi3;} 549633 
TV. 5 51-1 32 125112 5 3-1,22 39.4! 28,8' 6 36 6 40 30 5 41 j 4') 5 411645 
TIt.6 6! 3
,! 2
 12 6 O
 t2 3
.6, O.Oil? 22 Sets. Seîs. I Jnrllf'r\\,'ILeiolhecon
tf'l- 
F. 7 7.1 3-1 t 2' 1 12 62/,222,).2 ).211,) 19 610 a 6 6 a,laliun Gf'ml/}i,IOlhe
(Juthl!f 
S. 8 8,
35,.12812 6532217.5' 2.21217718 715 Ca
l(Jr:llldl)ol!ux;Onunwlli 
!íi! 9 9'-1 3(j -t 29' 12 7 18:22 9 3 / 3,2 8 31 8 2:- 8....... I he 00 the mpri.lino Rhl!ut JU, P, 
0.:: . I _ I ) . " 
;G - '
['-' on I hc ]5Ih; the PJeJßdf's and 
N.1O 1O-13/.13iJ , l:.. 743 1 22 0.4 4,2413 93.) 93
 1.\ld"hl1runlulhewf'SI;Castor 
T. 11 11 -1 3E -1 3t 12 8 Oì 21 51.6 5.2 0 22n to 41 10 42 land P"I.ux, nnll Prucyun, the 
J'V.12 12 -1 40 -l 33 12 8 31 21 42.1 1 6.2 4 55 11 53 11 54 ' "righl st?
 in ('anis l\lin"r, to 
n. 13 l13 -t 41,-1 31' 12 8 54121 32.3, 7 2 9 11 ,"1 
h
s:;Ir
II;
s l.:;," 
.:

:
e

tta:: 
F: 14 14 -! 4:\l 3;) 12 9 15,21 21.9\ 8.2,12 5.1 1 01 m 1 04rn -hfJnlderR "f :he figurf'; the 
S. 15 15,4 431-t. 3ì 12 9 3ð,21 11.2 9 2,15 4R 2 09 2 12 '1O
lhernn"'st IS, ß'Mlgllf'.se a 
S.16 16 -t. 44 -1 3"'-12 9 5921 0.1 1 10.2\17 41 3 17 3 21 'IomOls; Ihe bnglttf'st nt Ihe 
N.17 171.1 45'-1 39112 10 19 1 20 48.5 1 11.
 18 2-1 4 19 .,1 21 :
\'
t




hern slars. In Ihef"CI, 
T. 18 U/t 4ìl-l 11 12 10 39,:!0 36.t1; Il.2\17;,7 5 17 5 21 
W:19 19!.,1 48 1 .1 4il2 10 57 1 20 2-1.31 13.2'16 26 6 oa 6 1-t 
Th.20 20'-1 494 43 / 12 11 15:W 11.7 1 ]..t.2'13 59 Rises. Rises. 
F. 21 21 1 51 -I; 45 12 11 33' 1 19 58.5 ]3.2\10 52 6 48 a 6 4-1 a 
S.22 22-1 5214 4(j,12 11 4919 45.1116.2 1 ï 1R 7 49 7 47 
:"<\.23 23-1 53 1 .1 .Jì'12 12 OJ 19 31.2 17,2 3 28 8 48 8 47 
iiI.2-.1 24.-1 5-1 -t. 48)2 12 2(l i 19 17.0, 18.2; 0 26
 9 .111 9 46 
T.25 251-1 56 i -t. 50'12 12 3-1'19 02.5 19.2 1 4 1.3 10 43 1O.u 
W.26 264 5i l l 5:! 1212481 1 18 -t7./1 20,2 753 11 40 11 42 
Th.27 2714 58! 53112 13 0018 32.4121.2'11 10 
F. 28 28.4 59 -1 5..til
 13 1218 16.8 22,21-1 01 0 37m 0 40rn 
S. 29: 29',) O l -t. 55i12 13 23 1 18 00.9 1 23.2,16 L,) 1 25 1 29 
S.30 30 1 5 3 t 58;12 133317 45.0 24'217 41 2 31 2 2;} 
M. 3113115 4 t 59/12 13 43 1 17 28.2\ 25.2118 19 3 27 3 32 


TWJLlGIlT. 


Eclipsgs of J llpiter' s SJtellites. 
1\1. T, Grt-enw, Toronto, 
d. h. m. s. I h. 111. 
c. 4th 1.'> 2335.710 6im 
13 13 59 53.3 8 43em 
20 155 t 21.0 10 37em 
21174.'157.5 1232cm 
29 12 17 -to,H 7 1ern 
II. 813 631.3 74gem. 
15 15.1323.1; 10 26em 
2218201 U< 13 3em 
rn. 3 13 5 28.8 7 48 im 
[V.28 1259 7.3 742em 



10] 


FEßR1JARV lIAS T""EXTY-NINE DA' S. 


[1848. 


FE:B R U A R Y. 
And now tbe glittering bay invites 
Indulgence in tbe keen delights 
Of Winter's healthful games; 
Tlle rapid skater plies his skill; 
The "Curling list" begins to fill 
With well remembered names. 
The money-lender loves to praise 
The month that has the fewest day
. 


* This month hdS PISCES, or the F:ishes, for its Zodiacal sign: 
or 
acrifices offëred to the manes of the gods at thIS season. 


Its name is from the Februa, 


METEOROLOGICAL TABLE FOR FEBRUARY. 


UPPER LOWER South 
CANADA. CANADA. 
of 
Toronto. Nicolet. England. 
0 - 0 - 0 - Average eoldest .clay at Toronto, 
Mean Temperature.... 23.7 13.3 44.8 is Feb. 11 th; mean tern. of the 
.\lean Higbest. . . . . . . . . 4j.3 52 24th,-4 0 6'. 

Iean Lowest. 4 . . . . . . . 4.7 17,1 21 


Day Day of 
of w
ek. 
Mon 


RE:\IARKABLE DAYS, &c. 


1\[ E 1\1 0 RAN D A . 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
l-t 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
2:) 
21 
22 
23 
2-1 

j 
26 
27 
28 
2:1 


TUN;. Rattle of Blienne, 181-1. 
\Y ed. Candlemas. 
Thur. Spanish lliquisitioll abolished, 1813. 
Frid. OHler of Sl Patrick instiluted, 1783. 
Sat. Sir R. Peel, bom, 17l'ìK. 
S II n I.Jill Sunday nfter Epiplwny. 
l\lon. Ilila'y Telm hegins. 
Tues. Distnct Councils meet. 
\\' ed. Can:1da ceded to Great Britain, 1763. 
Thllr. Queen YictOlia manied, 18.10. 
Frid. LOld 
ydenham, Gov. Gen., 18-10. 
Sat. LèHly J aile GI ey beheadt'd, 15j-l. 
Sun. Hilt SIInday nfter Epiphany. 
l\lon' I Yalelltine 
t. 
Tues. Fieschi guillotinerl, 1836. 
\r ed. \lelallcthon, born, 1497. 
Thllr. Partition of Poland, 1772. 
F,id. l'
nada settled hy the FreJJch, 1534. 
Sat. Hilary Telln ends. 
S.. II Septuagesima. 
,Mon. J::! Rf'soilltions pa!ò'spd, 1834. 
Tiles. Washington, bOlli, 1732. 
'Wed. 'Sir J. Rey"olds, died, 1792. 
Thur. Bandel, born, IliS4. 
Frid. :;ir C. \\' ren, died. 
Sat. J. P. Kemùle, died, 1822. 
SUIl. Srxagcsima. 
Mon. \lolllaigne. born, 1533. 
Tues. r ntercafaled Day, being Leap Year. 



1.8 IS.] 


FEBRtJ..\.RY BEGi
S OS TrESD4\. Y. 


[11 


1st OF FEBRUARY. ] 15th OF FEDRUARY. 
THE _ IllghL \ I Kight 
PLANET::; 
Icridian_ \ <cen- Dec!. l\leridiun. A",
ef)- Deel. 
d. h. m. 
ion. sinf). 
Newl\foon.4 824.9T.l\f.T. -___ 
I>> First Qr...ll 238.5 h.m. h.m.1 0 I h.m. I h.m. 0 I 
o Full 
Ioon .18 10 39.8 
 :\fp.rc. An Eve ninO' St,ar. 1 6 22 46 S 8 35 
-({ Last Qr .. .26 15 4.4 ., 
 Vellus. A l\lorn ing D Stl 
 r. 9 3-1 19 13 S 21 22 
([ Perigee" H 7 8 Seml-c.!&am. t :.\tars. 6 17 3 2 N 18 52 5 50 3 30 N20 42 
16' 18".5 I2tJupi t'r 10 8 6 53 ..Y23 8 9 7 6 -I8 N23 15 
([ Apogee. H.23 9 semi-d, iam ? salurn. 1 2 11 22 54 S 8 54 1 22 23 1 S 8 14 
14' 44".6 J];IUran's 4 12 0 56 N 5 2ù 3 19 0 58 N 5 32 
:\ eptune. 
role Star on ,Meridian, A. 
I., 3h. 26m. 
3s. L. 



IOOX'S PHASES. 


QUEBEC. HALlF AX, X.S. FREDERICTON, N.B. 
Sun. Twilight. Sun. Twilight. Sun. 'l'wi:ight. 
fÎJ Risefl.! Sets. ßegins. Ends. ItISeø. Sets. Begins. Ends. Rises Sets. Begins. Ends. 
-cd 
q .A.M. P.M. A.M. P,M'. A.M. P.X. 
- -- ---- ---- 
h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. 1l
. h. m. h. m It. 11t. h. m. h, m. 
1 7 31 4 46 5 41 6 47 7 26 5 2 5 39 6 4S 7 29 4 59 5 41 647 
10 7 19 5 11 5 30 659 714 5 15 5 30 6 59 717 5 12 5 J() 6 59 
20 7 2 5 26 5 16 7 12 6 59 5 30 5 16 7 12 7 1 5 28 5 16 7 12 
29 6 46 5 40 5 0 7 25 6 43 5 42 5 2 7 23 6 45 5 41 5 1 7 25 


Day. I Sun Sets. App. Noon, Sun'. Moon's l\Ioon'II I 'JI00n Rises or ;:jet... 
flhewing Declinm"1I Age Declilla- 
I I'J 0- \ 
lun the Eq. or Soutb. at tion. I I 
Week. Y'r' I
1 treal. 
 __ Xoon. _ Toronto !
. Toronto. l\Iontreal. 
D.
h. m.'h. m. h. m. s. 1 0' D. 0 I 
i:
. r.i
/

' 
 3"gin<. l cnd
' Begins, \ EndS' 
T. 1 325 5 1 5 012 13 5217 11.4, 26.217 5-ts 423m 4 2
m - - _ 1 -- 
W: 2 335 6 1 5 11
 , ) 13 59 1 16 5-1.2 \ 27.216 22 5 11 5 I
 1 5 -3
,6 4R 5 43 1 1 6 43 
Th.33..1'5 753121-1061636.828.2134769 61-1 If: 
2
165S 
3065B 
F. 4 35 1 , 5 91 , 5 512}..1 1316 19.0 \ 29.2 Sets. Sets. 21' \ 
 14 \ 7 1-1 \ oJ 167 12 
S. 5365105 612 l-1 HH6 1.1 0.bl017 6 9a 6 7a t !J 5 172
 50723 
s. 6 37 1 511'5 71121-1231542.8 1.6 6 4 719 7 IH CII
t"raß(IP.llux (thelatlet 
111. 7 1 3815 11,5 8 1 12 142615 2-1.2 2.6 I 26 8 32 8 32 Ih,e suuthf',nlllClsL und hri
htt'sl 
T 8 39 
 15'5 10 12 14 2915 5.4 3.6 3 14n 9 4') 9 43 "I l1.e twu Sla,,') are on the ml'- 
. I _. - "limn ob..ut JIJ, 011 the 15:h ; 
W. 9 1 1 40,5 171;) 1212 14 31 14 46.3 4.6 7 42 10 51 10 53 an.J ['rn,'yon n httle later, - 
111.10 41,5 18 1 .3 14 1 1214331427.0 5.611 40 .)rion IOLI.cwe
t,-the bright 
F. 11 425 19,5 1512 14 3314 7.5 6.614 50 0 2 m 0 5 m -t.u, f'ö,ic..? Ylr
mi
, ri"III
. 
S. 12 435 211
 Jì \ 12 14 3
 13 47.7 7.617 1 1 8 1 13 



I}
I
..

I
I:
rl
;i

f)


(
 
S.13 44522'aI812143:'1327.7 8.6188 2]2 217 IIl'ur:yinlhesarneJine,isAI- 
]II. 14 455 23i5 2012 U 3tJ 13 7.5 9.618 7 3 10 3 I;) JeLoHan, ,,1.1/'1. limy be kn,,"n 
T. 15 465 24,j 21 12 14 2712 47.0\10.617 1 4 4 -1 9 "Y 
IS HlJ c..lnur. 
W.16 47:5 2.'h 2Ù2 14 24 12 26.41 11.6 1 14 58 5 2 5 6 E C 1 11 ' p 

 S of Jupl " ,er ' s Sa ' Lelll ' !es . 
Th.17 485 27;) 2412 14 2012 5.5 12.612 11 5 33 5 37 v 
F.18 4B;)28';)23' 1 121415l144.5113.61849 69 612 l\l.T.Greenw. Toronto ( 
S. 19 50,5 305 2712 14 1111 23.311-L6, 5 07 Rises. Hises. d. h. m. s. h. m. 
8.20 51531'528112140411 1.9' 15.61116 73;) a 73-1 a 1. 5141228.3 855em 
!II. 21 52'5 32!5 2912 13 ;j'j 10 40.4 1 1(j,6' 2 358 8 32 8 33 12 Hi 723.5 1050em 
T. 22 535 33'5 31112 13 49 10 18.h l 17 .(j 6 19 9 29 9 30 21 123110.6 7 l
em 
JV:23 54,5 3;)15 32j12 13 41 9 56.6 18.6 9 4-1 10 26 10 28 2
 1-12620.9 9 gem 
Th.24 555 36,;) 33,12 13 33 9 3-1.7119.612 4ü 11 21 1127 n. 9125155.71 735em 
F. , ' 25 56'5 37!5 34 1 112 13 23 912.5,20.615 U ....... ....... i\IercUlyfurthestfrom 
S.26 57 1 539 1 ;) 361213]3 850.2 21.617 2 0 20m l 02-1m the 
un. 

. 27 58,541 1 5 3812 13 O
 827.8 22.618 2 1 13 120 16152838.3i1012em 

l[. 28 59:542;) 4012 12 5
 8 5.2 Z3.f- 18 6 2 9 2 14 
318 515.61248em 
T.29 60 1 543 1 541 1 121241 742.5 24.617 9 3 1 3 6 1 111.8]21750.1 7 lem 
15]3 157.5 745im 
13 1618 5.3 11 lern 
22 17 127.
 1144im 


TWILIGHT, 



1.2] 


ltlARCI-I HAS THIRTY-ONE DAYS. 


. [1 
48. 


MARCH.. 
Now tbe loud groaning of tbe Northern blas-t; 
Betokens Winter breathing out his last, 
And <ttrugglillg with his fate: 
The penden t icic Ie, the softening snow, 
The later twilight's ruddy glow, 
On' Sol's bright car await. 
The Fox:. and .Marten reno\'ate their dresS) 
ks tyrant maR. requires their clothing less. 


'Y' March is tbe third month of the year; with thê ancients it was tbe first: Thf' name is said 
to be decreed from that of 1ffars, the God of War; its Zodiacal sign is ARIES, the Ram. 


METEOROLOGICAL TABLE FOR :MARCH. 


UPPER 
CANA
J.\,. 


LOWER 
CAN^DA. 


South 
of 
England. 


Toronto. 


Nicolet. 


0_ 


0_ 
2.72 
4.68 
90 


The greatest range of tempera- 
ture in a dayis41 0 at Toronto,. on 
the average of six years; 52 Ø has 
been once observed. 


0_ 
45.6 
66 
2-1 


Mean Temperature.. . . 
Mean HIghest. . . . . . . . . 
l\lean Lowest......... 


31.3 
54.2 
5.0 


Day Da y of 
of 
Mon Week. 


RE:\lARKABLE D.\ YS, &c. 


MEMORANDA. 


1 
2 
E 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 


Wed. Court Q("A ppeal :tits. 
Thur. Wesleyaif'd,179]. 
Frid. Battle of Point-au-Pe1ee, 1838.. 
Sat. [Visible in Canada 
S-u II. Quinquagesima. Ecli pse of the Sun.- 
Mon. District Court Term begins. 
Tues. Shrove Tuesr/ay. 
'Wed. Ash IVed fll'sdllY, 
Thur. Americus V
spucius, b.:>rn, 1451. 
Frid. Botany Bay discovered, 1787. 
Sat. District Court Term ends. 
Sun. First Sltnday in Len/. 
Mon. Planet Ulanus discovered, 1781. 
Tues. York constituted a ]vIarket Town, 1814. 
"r ed
 Lord C'omwallis df'f'd 
he Amer'ns, 1781 
Thnr. Boileau, born, 163.3. 
Flid. St. Patrick. 
Sat. 
teflle, died, 1 i68. 
Slln
 21ld :::;,mrlay in Lent. 
1\1011. I\ewt'on, died, lÎ27. 
Tues. KiIke Whitf', born, 1785. 
'Ved: Goethe, dif'd, 1832. 
Dhul'. Sir G. Arlhur, Lieut. Gov., 1838. 
Frid. John Evely n, died, 1706. 
Sat. .fJllnunrilllion. Lady Day. 
Sun. 3rd Slmday in Lent. 
Mon. Peace of Amiens, 1802. 
Tues. I Planet Pallas, discovereJ, 1R02. 
'Ved. 
ir R. Abercrombie, died, 1801. 
Thur. Lord Metcalfe, Gov. Gen., 1843. 
Frid. :Haydn, horn, 1732. 



J.8-18.] 


MARCH BEGINS ON 'VEDNJ.;SDAY. 


[13 


1st OF MARCH. 


15th OF MARcn. 


:MOON'S PHASES. THE RI"'ht Right 
d. h. m. PLANETS 
llIridian, Ati


- Dec!. :\Ieridion. 


:
- Dee!. 
.Newl\l
. 420 OT.M.T. _ ______ 
]) I.'iest Qe....ll 11 24 h. l1t. h. m. 0' h. m. h. m. 0 I 
o Fulll\loon. .19 3 43 
 :\rerc . An E\'e,ning 81 .tr. A Morn ing St ar. 
C{ Last Qr....29 8 2 .. 
Vellus. .-\Morning Sldr. 10 5m21 38 S1442 
C{ Perigee..... 6 9 Oseml-dlam. t Mals. 5 24 -1 3 .V
2 2i 5 2 1 4 36 N23 15 
16''32''.6 1 2t Jup it'l 8 6 6 46 V23 HI 7 11 6 46 N23 19 
.cr Apogee. .....21 21 Osemi-diam.? 
aturn 0 30 23 8 S 7 3-1 11 41 m.23 J.1 S 6 55 
1442.6 IltIUrall's 2 22 1 1 N 5 49 1 1 20 1 1 3 N 6 5 
I\eptune. 
Pole Star on Meridian, A. M., Ih. 32m. 7s. L. 


QUEBEC. 


ILu'IFAX, N. S. 


FREDERICTON, N. B. 


Sun. 


'I'w ilight. 


.sun. 


Twilight. 


Sun. 


Twili,;ht. 



 Ride.. j Set., ß..gin.. \ End
. Rise.. Sel.. Begins I Endll. Rises' l Sets. Beginl. Endll. 
A .A.. II. PM. .A. H. P.M. .A..M. P.I(. 
---- ---- 
h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. It 17t h. m. h m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. 
1 6 43 5 41 4 58 7 27 6 41 5 43 5 0 7 25 6 43 5 42 4 59 7 26 
10 6 27 5 53 4 41 7 40 6 3.3 5 55 4 4.1 7 37 6 26 5 54 4 42 7 39 
20 6 7 6 7 4 20 7 55 6 7 6 7 4 2t 7 51 6 7 6 7 4 21 I 7 54 
30 5 47 6 21 3 58 8 11 5 49 6 19 4 4 8 5 5 48 6 20 4 0 8 9 


Do}'. I Sun Setll. AI'P' Noon, Sun'lI 1\Ioon's' :\loon'lI Moon Rises or Sels 
Ihewmg Vcrl;n",'n Age I Declinli_ 
,h'- 31,111- the Eq. of North, I lit tion 
\Veek. V'r. 
 
 
 _ 
oon. _ Toronto. 
 ./ Toronto. Montreal. 
D h. m. h. m, I 't. m. s. 0 , I D. 10' ,


s. h
i:
s'l 
 ,ßegin.. Ends. Begin". / Endll' 
V
 1 615 4-1,j 4212 12 29 7 1:J.6 25.61]5 10 3 51 m 3 5fj'IJ]o-1- ---- 
Th.2 625 455 4-1
12 12 16 6 5(j.
 21L6 j 12 8 427 432 1 5 
 717 459726 
1<: 3 63 1 5 47.j 4.3 ' 12 12 03 6 33.7 27.6 8 15 5 20 5 24 10 4 47736 4 42,7 38 
S. 4 64 1 5 485 -16'12 11 5U 6 10 t 28,.6 6 0 6 2 20 4 26749 4 2"2,7 53 
S. 5 655 49.j 4t<'12 11 36 5 47 :429.6 1 3 45 Sels. Sets. 30 /4 7,8 2 4 li8 7 
1\1. 6 6ti5 5ú5 49'12 11 2i ;; 24.2 1.] 1 3/1 722 a 723 a 
T. 7 (j7 1 5 525 511]2 11 07 5 0.8 2.1 5 48 8 3.) 8 37 The constelln.liron of Leo Ma- 
W
 8 6R;') 535 5il2 10 52 4 37.4 3.]'10 8 947 950 juriscunspicutlm',lhpbrighlPsl 
1- 54 - _ 3 ' 1 ) 10 3 - 1 ' 0 4 1 1 13 4 " 10 r; 7 11 1 :;tar, lleguhu, in Ihi8 conlle!- 
n.. 9 69 1 ;) :) a I :.. I' 1'%, 4 I :..;) IlIlion, pað.e. .he merithnn h_ 
I !!: HI 7tJ,.3 55.) 5-1 12 10 21 3 50,5 5.1! 16 19 rwecn IU oml H, on the 151h, 
S.l1 711.3 5i 556 1 1210 5 326.9 6.1 1 174R 0 4m 0 9m rhelwo ølors')'ond ðoflh.. 
i
. 12 72:.) 58.) 57]2 9 49 3 3.3 7.1,]8 08 1 5 1 10 Gr('Rt
eRr,LtheS:arlopposite 
1 .}1. 13 ì3 ' ,") 59.) 58 1 12 9 322 3
 7 8.1' 17 22 2 0 2 ,5 IU thl' l
Ojlllt'S, 1 
erve B.ÿ.l,oint. 
T. 14 7116 1 5 59 12 9 15 2 16:] 9'],1.3 39 2 50 2 54 i:
::h t



d-u

t
ist.lrgini' 
W.15 75 1 6 26 01112 859 1 52.4 10.1'13 7 3 32 3 36 
! Th.16 71>'6 36 0212 8 4] 1 2X 7 11.)19 59 4 10 4 1-1 
Þ: 17 77'6 4,6 03' 12 8 2:l 1 5' 0 ] 2. J I 6 27 4 .1.') 4 47 
S. 18 7R
6 f,I6 05:]2 8 5 0 41' 3 13.1 1 2 39 5 16 :> 17 Eclipses of JUpitEr'S Satellites. 
,
 ]9 7
/6 fi l l) 06'12 747 0 17:6 1-1.1 I 10s Rises. Rises. 
I .:u: 20 80 1 l) 76 7!12 726 () 6.0 15.1 457 721 fI 722 a }J. T.Grfenw. 'l'oronto. 
1'.21 81'6 86 8'12 7 10 029.7 16.1 8 30 8 18 8 20 
I , n':22 82'6 9 1 6 ]0'12 6 53 1 0 53.4 17.1 11 41 9 15 9 18 
171.23 S3;6 11 G 1212 6 31, 1 17.0 18.1 1 14 21 10 12 10 16 
f'. 2-1 84:ò I:! (ì 13]2 6 15 1 40 6 19.1 16 24 11 7 11 11 
S.25 85:6 14:') 14 12 551 20-1 ] 20.11742 
S.26 866 15'fj 151t 5 38 1 2 27.6 21.]118 O
 0 Om 0 5m 
JI.27 8Ùì 1616 16;12 5 19' 251.], 22.1 1 1740 052 057 
T. 2
 RK 1 6 1716 18:12 5 1 3 11.5 23']116 II 1 42 1 47 
W.2!) 89G 19'6 1912 4 42 3 37 8 24.] 13 42 228 2 33 
n.30 90'6 20
6 20'12 4 25 4 01.] 25.1:10]9 3 11 3 14 
F. 31 91,6 21i6 21/12 .( 86, 4 2,1.3 26.116 11 3 50 3 53 


, 


TWILIGHT. 


d. h. m. ð ' j h. m. 
I. 6th lI:j 21 3fj.
 11 05em 
13 IS 1656.31300em 
22 114112.9 92-1"m' 
2
) ] G 36 3!1.8 J 1 20em 
n. ]9 1;j]2 :'9.1 956em 
26 17 48 41. 7 ] 2 3'2em 
rll.2913 141.1 745im 
29162147.211 5em 
[V.I8 ]55129.111035im 
18 193133.611415.81 



1.4] 


APRIL .HAS TIIIRTY DAYS. 


[1.848. 


A P R I L. 
A pril, the month tbat ever shroud!! 
1'he f.ace of henen wi1h weeping clouds; 
These tears !>ome tidings bring: 
Are they of grief, that Winter dies
 
Or I;ILHIlless taking this disguise, 
To hail the dawn of Spring 1 
Of happy Spring, when all these showeF
 
Shall serve as foils to brighten coming hours. 



 This is the Fourth 1\lonth of the year, having for its sign TAURUS, the Bull. Its Latin 
name is .I1p1ilis, from Aperio, to open or set forth. 


IHETEOROLOGICAL TABLE FOR APRIL_ 


UPPER 
C^NAD \. 


LOWER 
CAN ADA. 


Toronto. 


l\Ïcolet. 


South 
of 
England. 


t 
1 
lean Temperature.... 
Mean Highest......... 

lpal1 Lowest......... 
, 


o 


o 


o 


43,1 
71.!) 
18.2 


39,5 
62.7 


4S.5 
74 0 
29.0 


St. Lawrence opens at Lake St. 
Peter, on tbe a\"erage, April 17.- 
Toronto Bay, April 5. 


!Day 
I of 
,)lon 
I 
 


Day of 
Week. 


RE)IARKABLE DAYS, &c. 


:M E :\1 0 R A fi D A . 


Sat. Dr. Harvey, born, 1578. 
Slin. 4th Sunday in Lent. 
1\1on. Bp" Heber, died, 1826. 
T 
es. !9uarter, Scssi
n
 and Dis. Court com. 
"cd. , :stow, dlCd, I(jUJ. 
Thul'. 
apoleon sent to Elbe, 1814 
Frid. I Wordsworth, horn, 1770. 
Sat. Hudson's Bay Comp'y establ'd, IG92. 
Sun.,5th Sunday in Lent. 
1\1on. I Chancery Conrts sits. 
Tues. l\ïC1gara and 
Ijdland Assizes begin. 
Wed. ,Pro Young, died j lì6:J. 
Thur. Handel, died. 
Frid. Tobayo tDken by the I:nglish, 1793 
Sat. Battle of Culloden, 1746 
SIII1. Palm Sunday. 
Mon. Brock's )l(Jnument destroved, 1840. 
Tues. First Kewspaper in America, 17U4. 
,V t:d. Lord Byron, died. 
Thur. JohnstowlI Assizcs begin. 
Friel. I Good Friday. 
Sat. CJ!an
ery Cmnt rises. 
8un. Easter S1I11tlay. St. George. 
1\1011_ IBank oj: En:;hmd founded, 169-1. 
Tues. 'Princess Alíce born, 1813. 
\\Ted. Gore and Eastern As!'izes begin. 
Thur. 3730 Families Immigrated iI.to Kova 
Friù. Battle of York, 1813. [S<<otia,17.49-. 
Sat. War with Franee declated, 18u3.. 
Sun. Low SUnd(lY. 


3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
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13 
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18..8.] 


APUIL ßEGISS OS SATl
UDAY. 


[lð 


1st of APRIL. I 15th of APRIL. 
THE (tight I II I 
fLh.N ETS )Ieridian. Ascen- Dee!. 
Ieridinn, A:
e';- I Dec!. 
d. h. ?no sinn. slon. 
. New Moon. 3 5 4.1 T.M. T. ' 
]) First Qr.. .. 923 32 h. m. h. m. 0' 
 It. 111 . \ -;;--; 
o Fulll\loon.17 23 14 !;1 Mere. ,\ Morn ing St ar. 10 2-1m 0 0 S 2 19 
t{ 
eeoml Qr..
523 3 If Yenl
s. A l\lorn in" SI ar. 10 26m 0 2 1 8 1 2Î 
, Peligte.... 3 17 0 
mi-òr
m. Ó Mars. 4 37 5
 18 ,'\"2't 4.'j 4 18 5 54 N2fJ 21 
16' 
1'1:9 l(.Jupit'l 6 9 6 51 ' N2J : 16 5 20 6 57 .v23 9: 
([ Apogee... .18 2 0 seml-dlam, Tt Saturn 10 38 m 23 22: IS () 7 9 52m :!3 27 ' I S 5 3-1 
1-1' 41 1V .6 /fUran's 0 27 1 7 1 N 6 27 1 11 3-1m lION 6 4b 
Neptune. 
Pole Star on l'leridían, on the 15th, 11h 2tim 16s L. 


Sun. I T,,'ilighl. Sun.. 'l'wifigJ.t, 

 Rises. \ Sets. I Begins. I Ends Riøes. 1 Sets. I:!eginp. Ends. 
Q I A,M. l' M. A.
t. r.M, 
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h. m' l h. 1/1. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. 
I 5 43 6 2-1 3 52 I 8 15 5 4;; 6 23 3 57 8 9 
10 5:26 6 36 3 31 I 8 32 1 5 27 (j 3-1 3 39 823 
20 [) 8 I (} 5,) I 3. 6 I 8 50 5 11 6 41) 3 17 8 40 
Y9__4_5
_ 7 3 2 42 9_1
 453 659 255 8,'j9 


:MOON'S PHASES. 


QUEBEC. 


HALIFAX, K. S. 


FREDERICTON, X. B. 


Sun. Tn'ilight. 


Rises. I 
els. B('gi
.. Ends. 
A.M. r.M. 
-'----- 


h. In. 
5 4-1 
;) 27 
5 9 
4 52 


h. m. 
6 23 
6 35 
6 49 
7 1 


h. m. 
3 55 
3 3-1 
310 
2 47 


h.1n. 
8 13 
8 29 

 47 
9 7 


Da)". I Sun Sefd. Apl1,l'\nop,l 
un's I :\lnon'sl :\loon's 1\100n Rises- or Sct
, 

h"wlIIg' I)tclinn'n .\ge I I eclma- 
I Tu- .\10,11- tlw L:q, uf Nonh._ nt tion. 
\Veek. V'r ,wnto. 'leo.l. TUIIf'. 1 Nuon. 
i-- I 
! }l.lII. 
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r
-
- -;- \ --::- 
18. 1 9.:! 6 2:.: Ii 23 1 12 3 47, 4 474 27.1 1 31 
 
IS. 
I 9
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1 1 12 3 2H j 5. 1
1.51 

.I \ 3. 21n 
JI. 3 9-1 tJ _1,) 2.) 12 3 1:2 5 33-4,29.1 
T. 41 9511, 2.J tJ 27112 2 5-1: 1 ;) 56.3, 0.,7 8 O
 
W. 5\ 91i'6 27 J 2R,I:l 2 3G, 6 19.(} l.ìll:l 08 
Th. 6, 976 1f< lj 2:J! \ 12 2 IDI 6 4l.7 \ 2.715 20 
I F. 7 
):i (i 2S:i 31 II 2 021 7 0-1.1 3.717 23- 
S. h 9
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s. 9 lOO 6 31 ) :)
) u 1 2
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T: 11 1O
 
 
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n.13 1 1046 31 .) 3812 0 2-1 9 16.6 9.7 7 37 
F. 14 10;),6 37.j 4
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8,t l 10.7 3 5;) 
S. l.ÚO{j 6 3" Ü 41 II 39 51 
} 59.6 11.ì 0 05n 
s. 16 ' IOÎ6 4( ti 4
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) 10 20.91 12.7 343s 
.III. 17 1086 41 Ú .l-t 11 j
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T. 18,109 Ii .J:2(j 4;).11 :)!J III L t 0:2.8 1-1.ÎIIO 41 


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r. 21 jIl2 6 4' (j 4
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S. 22;1136 476 5u,I1 58 211 12 24.4 18.7118 12 

. 2311146 4b 6 51111 58 O
 1 12 41.4 19.Îd8 03 
]If. 2.1'115 G 4!J <) 5:$111 57 57 13 , 0-1.1 1 20.7116 57 
1'. 2),I'lIjbj 5011 j-J 11 ';;74fi113 23.721.Î'l-l 53 
W: ;W\1l7 6 5:2 6 JJ II 57 3(;\13 42.9' 22.7 H 5!:1 
1'11.27 1186 j
llj 5f; II 57 27111 02.0! 
3.7 8 16 
F. 2':$IW654H 5711;'717 1 11211.8 1 2,1.7 
5t)s 
S. 29'120 (j 5316 5
) 11 57 O
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301121 16 'l 0<1 11 ;;7 01 L.I ".81 26.7 ;; 3' 


T\\ ILlGHT. 



 r
l()ntr(,RI. aj Toronto., 
lontr(,ßI. 
Rises. Rises. 
 . I ' I 
h. 111. h, m. , Bf'gl/lq End
, Bpgm
. I EndS' 

 30m 
 31 In -; 411
 35 68ïÏ 
;) 07 ;) 07 10 3 4:2 8 20 3 3(, 8 27 
Sels. Sels. . 8 9 6 3 19 8 39 
7 ')3 7 26 20 3 21, oJ) I ' 
837 a 841 a 311 3
8 
4 2 
6.
_5
 
9 4
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10 51 1 0 -,\ pt'q)endlcl1l"r\Olh..line')
tlll 
;)" puilltPrS, IIU
sP:l III 41:1::> d.sl. 
11 5-1 all! 59 a .h,o' lhe LTight stnr l"nrelb 
l\Iorn. 
Iorn'g. \ "Vhi"h will he ri-jllg 
n the K 
o 47 m 0 51 m 

. nbout 10 un Ihp I;:,:h; JlIV!' 
1 32' I 37 
or

al'
"'o;

\\sb;e 
II...:



 
 
I 2 12 2 15 
:, will 1m Scorpio, ulso risin;! 
2 47 2 50 [)pn.h,1I1 thelnil 
f,lhe Lioll 
. '. WII! b.. on Ihf' memhan q,!}()U 
3 19 3 21 10 in a line wilh Regulus al11 
3 -18 3 4f.1 I"flcvnn, Orion disuppearing, 
4 15m 4 16rr. ----:.:.
w___: ,-- 

-:1-- 
Risps. Rises. 
chpses of JupIter s Sale:htes 
7 og 
 7 11 a !II. 'E. Grteuw. Toronto, 
8 03 8 08 d. h. m. s. I h. m. 
9 02 9 06 I. 518:12 83 l 1315err; 
9 56 10 01 7 13 0 51j!J 7 44em 
LO 48 10 53 
aturn's ring disappears 
II :JKa Il 43 a 14 1-156 ;!I) 3 9 3gem 
-'lorn'g. )Iorn'g. 21 1651554 11 35em 
o 2-1111 0 2!:1 m 23 11 20 31 4 () O-!em 
I 07 1 11 213 18 H 23 K 13 30em 
1 47 1 50 33 13 16 19 4 7 ,,)gem 
2 2-1 22li II.1311L8 97 701en, 
300 30l 201453429937enJ 
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IIl.517 1364 1145 im 
lV. .11 
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16] 


""'tI..t.Y lIAS THIRTY-ONE DAYS. 


[18.18. 


MAY. 
Now Nature in her gayest robe is drest, 
And hails the gt'n
le breathing of the West, 
With all her charms displayed,. 
The feathered song
ter serenades his ma1e"; 
The bachelor resolves to try his fate, 
And woo some pretty maid.. 
Not Kature only, .but the human heart is gay, 
And all proclaims" the merry month of May." 


II .May, the Fifth Month of our year, was the second in the old Alban Calendar; our Sax 
ancestors, after the Romans, called it ,Mains Month. Zodiacal sign-GEMINI, the Twins. 


METEOROLOGICAL TA.BLE FOR MAY. 


UPPER LOWER South 
CANADA. C."-N.-\DA. 
,of 
Toronto. NicolEt. England. 
0 - 0_ 0 - 

{ean Temperature.... 51.8 5.27 54.9 Fruit trees in blossom at Nico- 
.\Iean Highe
t.. . . .. . . . 78.0 7.33 70.8 let,oll the average, May 17. 
,Mean Lowest. " . . . .. . 28.8 33.0 


Do
r Day of 
.Mon Week. 


RE)IARKABLE DAYS, ,&c. 


MEMORANDA. 


1 1\1on. Duke of Wellington, born, 1769. 
2 Tues. Western Assizes begin. 
3 Wed. Dalhousie Assizes begin. 
4 Thur. SIege of Quebec raised, 1776. 
5 Frid. Napoleon, died, 1821. 
6 Sat. O
wego taken, 1814. 
7 SlIn. 2nrl Sunday after Easter. 
8 Mon. Brock Assizes begin. 
9 Tues. Home and Bathur
t Dis. Assizes begin. 
1 0 Wed. Ba We of Lodi, 1796. 
11 Thur. London Assizes begin. 
12 Frid. 1'aloot .Assizes begin. 
13 Sat. Anne Boleyn beheaded, 1535. 
J.l Slin. 3rd Sttnday <<fte1' Easter. 
1.3 Mon. Daniel O'l onnell, died, 1847. 
16 Tues. BattleofAlbeura, HHI. 
17 W ell. Talle
yralld, died, It::3-':. 
18 Thur. Governor TIagot, died, 1843. 
19 Frid. Huron AssiLt:S begin. 
20 Sat. Columlms died. 
21 SIIU. 4th Sllnday after Trinity. 
22 Mon. Battle of Bautzt'n, 1813. 
23 Tut's. Eattle of Ramilies, 1706. 
24 Wed. Wellington Assizes be.gin. QUf:en Vie- 
25 Thur. [toria, born, 1819. 
26 Frid. ('a]\'
II, died, 15C4. 
27 Sat. Prince t:eorge of H
no\'er, born, lRI9.. 
28 SlIn. Rogali"n Sunday. 
29 Mon. Princess Sophia .:'.Ia1.ilda, born, 1773. 
30 Tues. Ruebcns, died, 164U. [died, 1847. 
31 Thur. Victoria Dis As'zs begin. Dr. ChaJmer.6 



18-108.] 


MAY BEGINS ON MONDAY. 


[1 'f 


1st OF Moo. y. 


15th OF MAy. 


MOON'S 'PHASES. ToRE RI/:ht I I Right 
PLANETS Meridian. A
cen- Dec!. Meridian, As
en- Deel: 
d. h. m. T. M. T. taon. tlOn. 
. Newl\loon. 21358 _______ 
!> First Qr.... 9 9 3
 h m h. m. I 0 I h. m. h. m. 0 I 
o Full Moon.17 ]3 2;) 
 Mere. An ENt' r;
ngSt ar, near the Sun. 
CI Last Qr. . ..25 6 30 
 Venlls. A Morn ing 8t ar. 10 4-1m 2 18 N12 21 
,. New Moon.31 2122 .. t Mars. 3 56 6 36 11\'22 44 3 38 7 12 N29 53 
CI Perigee.... 2 4 0 seml-dJam 2f.J urit'r 4 26 7 6 I N22 56 3 41 7 16 N22 40 
16' 4
"',9 ? Saturn 852m 23 3-1 I s 4 55 85m 23 38 S 4 31 
({ Apogee... .'15 7 0 S
ml
?iam l Jj{ Uran's 10 31 m 1 13 N 7 7 9 43 m 1 16 N 7 22 
14 4
.
 Neptune. 
Cí Perigee.... 30 13 0 st'ml-c.!Jam . . 
16' 35".7 Pole Star on l\[endlan, on the 15th, 9h. 28m. 21s. L. 


QUEBEC. 


HALIFAX, N. S. 


FREDERICTON, N. B. 


Sun. 


Twilight. 


Sun. 


T>\'ilight. 


Sun. 


Twi.ight. 



 Rises. Sets. n
iDS. Ends. Risl'S. SeLl. Begins. Ends. Rise". Sels. Begins. Ends. 
lIS 
A ...,.. PH ....M, P,M, ....M. P.M. 
------------- 
h. m. h. m. h, m h. m. h. m. h. m h. m. h m. h. m h. m h m. h. 1n. 
I 1 4 49 7 4 2 39 9 J4 454 7 0 252 9 1 4 51 7 3 2 44 9 9 
10 4 36 7 16 2 17 9 3.3 442 710 240 9 12 4 39 7 J4 2 24 9 29 
20 425 728 1 54 959 4 3J 7 21 2 14 9 38 4 27 7 25 2 1 9 51 
30 4 6 7 48 1 33 10 22 423 7 31 1 58 9 56 4 19 7 36 2 41 10 13 


llate. Sun Sets. App Noon, Sun's, I\loon's l\f oon's Muon Rises or Sets. I I 
shewinD' D..chnat n Age Dochua- I 
'1'0- 1\lun- t
 Eq. "of Nurth. Rt tion. I I 
 1'oronto. l\lontreal. 
Day. I Y'r. ronto. tr..al. 'I'ime Noon. 1'oronto. Montreal., 
 
j - , - I ------ , - --- A Bpgins. Ends Bf'girili. Ends. 
D. h. m. h. m. h. m. 81 0 f D. 0' h. m. h m. 11 2 57 8!fi 2 46 95 
'JJ!. 1,122657701'115653,1515,9 27.7 , 1003n 414m 413m lO 2409]2227925 
T, 2123 6 
If 03p 56 46:1
 33.8 28.7 d Sets. Sets. 1 20 2 229 30 1 2 6 946 
W. 3,124 6 :>9 
 7 0411 56 40 1 1:> 51.3 0.4 13 51 7 24 8 7 28 II 30 1 89 48 1 49 10 6 
F. T : t . 
I I I
' 6 ã _ 7 ' O O U 1 7 7 0 0 ;) 6 -1!;1 1 '" 5 1;6 6 

11 1 6 6 0 25 R8 8 2 1.4 4 1 18 6 . 0 
4 3 8 9 3 3 4 9 8 9 4 39 4 ! SI)ICIl Virgillll!, a bnght IItll;r 
. :J " '-l -. . . to the south pllsses tht' men- 
S. 6 1277 02, 07,11 56 24 16 42.7 3.4 18 13 10 36 10 41 I dian hefore iu on the 15th; a 
s. 7,1287 04'7 08:11 562016 59.2 4.4 17 10 11 27 all 32 a linR flOm Polaris through the 
l
f. 8 1297 05 7 10 11 56 1617 15,5 5.4 15 06 Morn' g . Morn' g middle star, in the tai
 of t
e 
. ' I I .'. great ß..ar, passe" at ,0" d'B- 
T. 91307067 lilt 56 13,1731.4 6.4 J2 17 010m 0 14 I rnnce throu"h SpiCR. About 
W: 10:131 7 077 1211 56 11 17 47,0 7,4 8 56 0 48 0 51 :10" to the Nunh Ilnd West, iN 
Th.U:1227 08,7 , ]311156091802.4 8.4 515 121 123 I , Arctu.rllslaßuo.tislt
ebrightesl 
F. 1 ,",' 13 3- 0 9' 7 15/11 56 0718 17 
 94 1 26 1 _ 3 1 54 oflUJlrregu!arhneofs'an., and 
. " r ! '1_ ..OJ. n tJ furmiug an equal triangle wilh 
S. J3 1
4, 11, 1611 56 0618 322 10.4 2 25s 2 21 2 22 !o1pica Rnd Den..b. RegulU8sink- 
'S.14'],357 1217 17111 56061846,8 11.4 609 249 2 48 iltgtotheW.,Castoran
PolluJ: 
'ftL 15:1367 137 18'1l 560719009 124 9 37 3 17 3 J5 \
lIbPro('yon,
ls!ll)pcl1rmg,Ju 
T 16 137 7 1 " 7 19 1 r. 6 ( . ' . 3 - Inter an.d }Jurslll the Vonstcl'n, 
'_ _: 
'll1 :> . 07 HI 14.6 13.4 12 42 3 .48 m ,4:> m l nemini, th r/lughout this month 
n.l t 1387 1.:1 1 7 20 1 11 56 09 J9 28.1 1-1.4 1 15 13 Rises. Rises. f 
.---. ';


--.
-
 
Th.l
 1397 67 2111 56111941.3 15.4 17 07 75] a 756 a l EchpsesofJupIters SatellIteS. 
F. 19 1 1407 16 1 7 22;11 56 1319 54.1 16.4 18 10 8 45 8 50 
1. '1'. Greenw. Toronto. 
S. 20,141 7 17 \ 7 2311 56 1û 20 06.6 17.4 18 21 9 36 9 41 d. h. m.
. I h. m. 
S.. 21 !142 7 187 2-l 1 11 5f; 2!);
W 18.7 18,4 J17 3-1 10 23 10 29 r. 7th 151146.1 9 55 em 
M. 22,1437 2017 2511 5G 2420 30,6 19.4 1 1 .3 51 11 08 11 12 1-117 710.4 11 50em 
T, 23,144721,7 2fì11 5tì 292042,0 20,4131{) ill 48 all 51 al 16113j58.861gem 
W.24 1457 22;7 28 1 11 !if') 342053.1 21.4 953 \\tlorn'g Morn'g.J 23133119,9 814em 
Tk.25 , 14û 7 23,7 29,11 56 40 21 03.R22.4 5 52 0 25m 0 28 m 30 1.') 26 37.1 10 09 em 
F. 
6;147 7 24'7 3011 56 .J621 14.11 23.-1 1 24s 0 59 1 01 II. 1511 5658.1 6 40em 
S. 27148725'731'11 5ö 53212-1. 2 1 24 . 4 315n 134 134 221..t3153.3 915em 
S. 28!149 7 25,7 3211 57 0021 33.8 25.4 7 51 2 09 2 O!J2917 6 -10.6: 11 50 em 
Jf. 29 1 ' 150 7 2fh 33111 5708 1 21 43 , .1 2ô,4 1 11 58 2 46 2 4 ' -l III.1113 126.51 7 44 im 
T. 301517 277 3-1'11 57 16,21 52,0 27.415 19 3 25 3 22 111625 1.8 11 08en
 
W:3J 1527 28 1 7 35 1 111 57 25'22 00.5 28.4 1 17 31n 4 09m 405m 1817 148.711 45 im 
I I rV.2-t 16 419.5110 47 im 


TWILIGHT. 


B 



.81 


J:IJNE liAS TIIIItTY D,.AYS. 


[1848. 


JUNE. 
Now is the interesting: time, 
When summer in its youthful prime' 
Sheds hope on all around; 
Rich promise that the grateful soil, 
WiH well repay the Farmer's toil, 
On every side is found: 
The proof of coming plt"lIty floats in every. breeze, 
Smiles in the verdant tielc.l.s and blossoms on the tree&. 


2õ This is the sixth month of the year, and has for its sign CANCE
, the Crab; the most 
probable derivation of its name is from Juno, in honour of whom a festival was celebrated at 
the beginning of this month. 


METEOROLOGICAL T A13LE FOR JUNE. 


U F
ER LOWER South 
I CANAD.\. CANAD^. 
j of 
Toronto. Kico!et. England. 
0 0 0 
Mean Temperature.... 61.1 63.6 5R,9 The yearly range of the ther- 
mometer at Toronto, averages 990. 
:\1ean I-hght'st. .. . ... . . &t.0 82.2 9J. at 
aebec 118 0 . 
.Mean Lowest. . . . . . . . . 35.6 37. 


Day Da y of 
of 
Mon Week. 


RE:\IARK.\BLE D.\ YS, &c. 


MEMORANDA. 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
I 19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
2:> 
26 
21 
28 
l: 


1'hur. .1çcençion Day. 
Frid. H.iots in London, 1780. 
Sat. Dr. Hutton born, 1726. 
SUI1. S/lnday ofLer .I1.
cension. 
Mon. District Court Term begins. 
Tues. Nt'wcastle District ASSizes begin!. 
Wed. Hi
hop Walburlon, died, 1779. 
Thur. Pope, bor.n. l.fi88. 
Frid. SI. John's N. F. burned, 18.j,6. 
Sat. District Court Term t'nds. 
SUII. Pentecost. Whit Suuday. 
,Mon. Easter term bf'gins 
Tues. Corsica st'izell by thE' Fnmch, 1769. 
Wed. ";attle of.l\l(\fen
o, ,800. 
Thill'. 
13gna Charta. 
ign('d, '215
 
FI i4. Duke of l\laJiholllu
h. dicù, 1722, 
Sat. John W eslt')'>. born.-170
. 
Sun. T,inity. Sunday. Battle of Waterloo, 
1\1 on. rI815. 
Tues. QUt't'n Virtoria's A('ce
ion. 18if1. 
Wed. Battle ofVinpgar Hi:! 1798. 
Thu
. Ylacliiavel, dilù. 1527.. 
Frid. Lit'buitz. born. 16-16. 
Sat. Easter Term ends 
Suu. llirsf Szwù"Y (
fle,. Trinity, 
1\1 on. t
While, dit'ù 1793 
Tues. Charles the 12th, born. 16411. 
Wed. 
t'COIIÙ great fire at Qlu'bec, l1U5. 
Thur. f3:>lh, 
Ir P Maltlanó, Lieut.Gov , 18
0 
l"rid. Roscoe died, 1831. 



18-18.] 


JUNE BEGINS ON TIIUR
DAY. 


[19 


15t OF JUNE. 


15th OF JUNE. 


MOON'S PHASES. 
d. h m. 
]) First Qr... 8 0 0 T. M. T. 
o Full ;\10011.16 3 41 · 
({ Labt Qr .. .23 13 10 
. New Moou.3J 
 2 
CI Apogee ...IL 18 08emi-diam. 
!-t, 4-1".1 
({ Perigee.. .27 14 O,st'mÎ.-diam. 
J 6' i,:2".
 


TilE 
PLAN E'Cs It.'Yh' l 
:Icridinn. A"c
n- Df'cl. 
I I-n. 


Right 
!\If'ridian. AII('en- 
lion. 


Decl. 


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. :.\T I! rc 

 \ 
nUb 
t \íau; . 
2!Jllpil'J 
? .'3' lIfJl 
J;t;IUlaJl'
 
.\f'p:ulle 


h. m. h. m. I 0 , h. 1/t. h. m. 
\ :\Iorn ing Sl:ar. 1 4fi 7 29 
\ "lorn in:; S\ ar. 11 16 m 4 52 
3 15 I 7 56 I f.a2 11 2 55 8 32 
2" 48 7 2) N2'!- 14 2 5 7 41 
(, 5
 m 23 42 I s 4 7 6 10.TJ !3 45 
8 3j m I 19 Y 7 40 7 46 1 21 
I I 


o , 


N29 36 
N '22 10 
N'l.O 15 
N21 48 
S 355 
N 7 51 


P"le =,tu on 'leridiilll. on tbt: 15th, P. M., 7h. 27m. L. 


QUEBEC. I HALlFAX, N. S. :FltEDEHlCTON, N.B. 
. S". TW;';g'u. I ."". T..;,;,h<. Suu. or..;,;,.. 

 R:SCt!. 1 SelS. Ue::ins. Elllts. l, Rlòrs, I Sclil. ß..
in
, Blllt,; JLseø, St:lø. B"gins. Elldø 

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JULY HAS THIRTY-ONE DAYS. 


[18-18. 


. 
JULY. 
Now the fierce radiance of the noontii!e ray, 
With ardent beam proclaims the God of day, 
Oppressive i.. his might. 
The panting callie seek the grateful shade, 
The tender flowers of morning droop and Jade 
To bloom again at night; 
Whilst man looks on alld sees the wise design, 
In fields of yellow corn and thickly clustered vine. 


n July is the seventh month of th(> year, according to ancient reckoning it 'Was the fifth' 
Mark Antony d
nomillated it July, in compliment to J uliu8 Cæsar, who was born in it. LE; 
THE LION is its Zodiacal sign. 


METEOROLOGICAL TABLE FOR JULY. 


UPPER 
CANADA. 
. 


LOWER 
CANADA. 


Toronto. 


l\icolet. 


South 
of 
England. 


o 


o 


o 


A yerage warmest day at Nicolet 
is July 30; mean temperature, 
6 A I\l. anò 1 P. M., 85 0 ,7. Ditto 
at. Toronto is July 22, mean tem- 
perature of 24h., 75 0 3. 


Mean Temperature.... 
Mean Highest.,....... 
MPBU Lowest......... 


66 0 
90.5 
41.9 


68.5 
83.8 


62.0 
76,0 
42.0 


Day Da y of 
of 
Mon Week. 


REMARKABLE DAYS, &c. 


MEMORANDA. 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
1-1 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
I to 
I 21 
1 22 
23 
I 24 
25 
26 
27 
2S 
29 
30 
31 


Sat. Sir F. P. Robinson, Lieut. Gov., 1815. 
Sun.iSecontl Sunday nfter Trwity. 
.Mon. 'Chancery COllrt sits [mences. 
Tùe8' 1 {
uarter :-essions and Di _ st. Court com- 
Wed. Court of Appeal sits. 
Thur. [5th, Fr
lIrh take AI
i
rs, 1830. 
Frid. Col. 
imcot', Lieut Covernor, 1792. 
Sat. ,Edmund Burke, died, 1797. 
Sun. 1 Third Sundayofter Trinity. 
Mon. Columbus, born, H-17. 
T
es. I Lalande, bo.m, 1782. 
\\ I'd. Erasmus, died, 1 '36, 
Thur. \ Napoleon surrendered, 1815. 
Frid. 1\1 rs Siddons, born, 1755. 
Sat. ICourt of Chancery, rises. 
Sun. ,F011Tth Sunday (lfter Trinil?l. 
Mon. I )lichilimacinack taken, 1812. 
Tues. Hampden, died, 16-13. 
Wed. Princess Augusta. born, 1822. 
Thur. 'Playf<:ir, died, 18H} 
Frid. I Hon. P Russell. President, 1796. 
Sat. Battle of 
alamanca, 18] 2. 
Sun. Fifth Sunday after Trinity, 
Mon. :Gibraltar taken by the British, 1701. 
Tue!5. . Battle of Lundy's lane. 1813. 
Wed. !Battle of Aboukir, 1799. 
Thur. French Revolution. 1830. 
Frid. Lord Durham. died, 18-10. 
Sat. Robrspierre, guillolinf'd. 1794. 
Sun. Sixth Sundayaftn' Trinity. 
.Mon. Trinity Term begins. 



l
.J,S.] 


JULY BEGIl\S ON SATURDAY. 


[
1 


1st OF JULY. 


15th OF JULY. 


MOON'S PHASES. 
d. h. 7n. T. M. T. 
]) First Qr ... 7 16 13 
o Full Moon.15 16 3 
([ Last Qr... .22 18 10 
l New Moon.29 14 8 
41 Apogee.... 9 10 0 semi-ðiam. 
14' 46".2 
C{ Perigee....24 12 0 semi-diam. 
16' 10".4 


THE KIght 1 " I Right Þ 
PL\.NETS ,Meridian. A
cen- tied. l'tlendlan. A
cen- Decl. 
610n. 610n, 
------- 
h. ?n. h. m. I 0 , h. m. h. ?n. 0' 

 Mere. An E1't' ning St1ar. 0 28m 8 3 1 1 N15 40 

 Venns, A Morn iog 8t.Ir neal the sun. 
t l\tars. 2 32 9 n I
V17 29 2 11 9 46' N17 41 
1!Jupit'r 1 16 7 55 N21 12 0 34 8 8 IN20 37 
?ðaturn 5 4m 23 46 S 3 51 4 13m 23 46' I S 356 
'tfUran's 6 44m 1 22 N 8 0 5 49 1 2.1 N 8 4 
Septune 
Pole Star on Meridian on be 15th, P.M., 5h. 29m. 2&. L. 


QUEBEC. 


HALIFAX, N .S. 


FREDERICTON, N.B. 


Sun. 


Twiligh
. 


SUn. 


I Twilight. 


Sun. 


Twilight. 



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1-4 A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. .1..11.. P... 
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20 4 32 7 40 1 58 1 U 1-1 4 38 7 34 2 20 9 54 4 34 7 38 2 6 10 6 
30 4 43 I 7 29 2 22 9 50 4 49 7 23 2 41 9 31 I 4 45 7 27 2 28 9 44 
Day. I Sun sets' I APp.N.oon,1 Sun's Moon'H Moon'" Moon Risl's or Sets. 'l'WILIGHT. 
shewing I DeclinOl'n Age. Oeclino- 
I I Tu- Mon- th,e..Eq. of North. tion. I I 
\Veek' I Y'r' I


___ T"ron[O' I

 
 Toronto. MontTeal. 
I D.lh. m. h. m. h. m. s.! 0' D. 0' ;

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Beginl Ends. Beginl Egds. 
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. 2184:7 397 4612 3 4;) 23 0.7 1.815 1.3 8 39 a 8 43 1,2 1110 6 1 1 391026 
p.r. 3'185 1 7 397 4612 3 5
k22 54.8 2.8 1 '12 16 
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T. 4'18673874512 4 7:2250.6 38 850 953 955 2D2 2
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W. 5:187 , '7 3K 7 4-1 12 4 17:22 45.0 4,8 4 3 3 1 10 26 10 26 31i2 41; 9 21i 2 33 9 39 
Th. 61887 37743'12 427.2238.9 5,ðj 04;; 10 54 10 5-1 
P.. 7 1 189!7 387 45,12 4 3t22 32.4 6 8 1 3 02811 24 11 22 ,h

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o

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S. 8190,7 377 44 12 4 46,22 25.6 7.8 6 43 11 52- 11 50 the meridi..n, the conèteHation 
s. 9i1917 36743,12 455:22 18.4 8,8,10 10 :;corpio",lIbpði
lingUishedby 
N. 10'19217 367 43,12 5 3'22 10.8 9 8113 10 0 21 m 0 19m ,ts long Irain. A line from 
T. I 7 7 II 5 11 .1 8 1 8 1 15 3 O ;:;
 . negului fa Leonpsl through 
. 11 193 3h 42 2 ':ä 2. 0., 8 ,,-to O:J 1 
I,i.;u, pR
ses at 45 ó dit;tanee 
W.12119-1,7 351 42 12 5 19121 54.6' 11.8'17 23 1 31 1 27 through Anlarf's, a very brighl 
TIt.13 1 ' 19;;.7 347 4012 5 26,21 45.71 12 8!18 19 2 12 2 07 and reddish. SlRr !n 
corp"I, 
F. 14196 ' 1 7 347 4012 5 33'21 36.6 13.,8 \ 18 18 2 57 2 -C) Alphacca will be high up, and 
,:J_ Il hule 10 ,he west of the meri- 
S. 15 1971 34 7 4012 5 39 1 21 27.1 l.t 8 1 17 19 3 49 3 44 lIian a
 10. Vega la Lyræl, 
s. 16198,7 3:5 7 39 12 5 44 21 17.3 15 8,15 20 4 43 4 40 and Allair La Aquilaq to the 
ß-l.17 j '199 j 7 3273812 5 49-21 7.1 16.<j 1226 5 46 5 42 east. 
Rises. Rises. The Eclipses of Jupiter's Sat 
T. 182007 327 3812 5 54 20 56.5 17.8 8 47 9 06 a 9 08 a Ldliles, will not be visible tbiø 
J.v.l!:1'201'7 30 7 36 12 5 5820 45.6 HL8 4 38 9 40 9 42 rnunth, Jupiter being too near 
Th.20 1 2U2;7 29 1 7 35 12 6 1 20 3-1.8 19.8 0 08 1 10 14 10 14 I/lf' øun. 
F. 212037 297 35 12 6 420 22.7 20,8 4 21n:1O 18 10 47 
S. 222047 287 34 12 6 720 10.71 21.8j 8 41 11 24 11 21 
S.23 1 205:7 277 3312 6 919 58.4 22.8 1 12 30 11 57 
ilL 24 206 7 267 31 12 6 10 19 45.8 23 815 33 0 OOm 
T. 
 - 207i7 25 7 3012 6 1I 19 32.8 21 8117 33 0 44 042m 
W.26208? 247 29 12 6 1119 19.5 2J 8'18 22 1 31 1 26 
Th.27209,7 237 2812 6 10 19 5.1 2ö 
:17 57 2 23 2 18 
F. dO!7 22 7 2
 12 6 918 52.0 27.8,16 22 3 21 3]6 
S. 2921172072512 6 81837.8 28.81 d 422 4 18 

. 30'212 1 '7 191 2412 6 718 23.3 0.4 1 ,13 50 5 27 5 23 
M. 31 213,7 187 23 12 G 318 7.41 1.410 32 





] 


AUGUST HAS THIUTY-ONE DA.YS. 


[J f!J48. 


AUGUST. 
Now harvest calls the reaper to the 'field, 
The pro,luc's of his fOI mt'r toil to yie;d, 
And till hi
 banls Wilh f"loll 
Tht' faithful earth is nnt a niggar'l friend, 
Ellt p,.ys with ample i",prest what we Jt'nd, 
A llti provt'
 j l-s c I't-Ili! 
')od. 
Let IJI)t ,he chÜd of Willi' appeal in ,'ain, 
:But share with u:> this VOIIUI-eOUS gift of grain. 


JTY. This month \\.2S named by .he Roman'l AUGUST. in compliment to the Emperor Augustus. 
It is the eighth month of the year, and has VIRGO, 1<)(: Virgin, lor ils Zodiacal sign. 


:METEOROLOGICAL T AELE FOR AUGUST. 


I U PP E R I LOWER I SOIclh 
C..\NADA. CANAD.". 
of 
Torolllo. 1\' ieolet. I Enghwd. 
0 1:1 0 
..\-Iean Tempprature.... 65.7 67.8 fiL8 
Mean High/.st......... 84.t) 83.3 82. 
)fean Lowebt.. .. . . .. . 4--L7 41. 


D7 \ Day of 
:\,0 1 Week. 
.:.. 011 


RE
1ARKABLE DAYS, &c. 


MEMOR AKDA. 


1 TUi>s. Lamma.<:. 
2 Wed. Battleofthe1\ile17:JR. 
3 ThlJr. Columbu!>' Filst V 0) agt?, 154
. 
4 Fric.l. S htl'fY If'lfil';!'2. 
5 Fat. [(i'h, Prince Alfrfll Ernest born, 1844. 
6 
un. 7th Sunday ajZer T, ind!J" 
7 Mon. . 
8 "fliPS. G. Canning die,) 1821. 
9 Wed. L. Phiilippe d,.c1r',! Kin
 of Fr., 1830. 
10 Thur. Baltle of Ba
sallo. 17
6. 
II Frid. Bailie of Lake Ch"III)II..in 1814. 
12 
at" Trinity TNm Pllds. 
13 
lIn. 
fh Sun 'ay (If!Fr Tr;lIi!y. 
14 Non. [131h, Sir P l\laitlallll Lt. Gov., 1818. 
15 Tues. N"polpon bo: n 171;:'. 
16 Wed. A. 1\1al vel died 1",8. 
11 Thllr. Dllchpss pf K(-'II( bom 1786. 
18 Frid. Hcaltie t.lipd 11'03. 
19 Sat. R. Bloomfield clied 1
23. 
20 SUII. 'JIll SundtlY (
r/('J' Trinity. 
21 !'lIon. Dr. A Clarh clift! 1
32 
22 Tiles. Warren Ha!-li/!.!?s di"t1 1818. 
23 Wed. Court of .\ppe..! :òils. 
2-t Thur. Washinglol1 ,..k,'n l
t4. 
25 Fric.l. F. Gore. Efq.. Li('111 GOY. 1806. 
26 :O;at. Prince Albi>rt born IRlg. 
27 Sun. 10th Sunday"rfe, Trini:y. 
28 1\1on. GIDI i us II it'd 16.15. 
29 Tues. Loch born 1f-30. 
30 Weð. Paley bo.n 1713. 
31 Thur. Buo)'an di,..d J(;R8 



18-18.] 


AUGU,4ST BEGINS ON TUESD

 Y.. 


[23 


l Ist OF AUGUST. 15th OF AUGU8T. 
MOON'S PHASES. PLT::Ts ItlghL I I 'Right I 
j\ , .Uefltli",n. A
cen- Deel. 1leridian. A
een- l>t>cI. 
d. h. m T. M. T. 111111 uun. 
n First Qr.... 6 9 33 
o Full.\loon..l-1 3 0 -1

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l h.m. l
 
.cI Last Qr... .2J 22 51 : 
 )Jerc. .\ ,;\}f)fn ing St ar. 11 3m 8 43 N18 50 
. New .:\10011.23 1 44 I 
 Venus I Neo.ll' the I Sun. Near I the Sun. 
..({ Apogee.... 6 5 0 semi.ðiam l ' Ó \Iars. 1 44 10 2] N 10 53 1 22 10 59 N 7 29 
14' 46".8 12+ rupit'l 11 40m 8 25 N 19 H 11 Om, 8 37 N19 4 
:'<{ Perigee ...,.18 13 Osemi-diam,? "hlllfl\l 3 5m 33 44 S 4 11 1 2 3m l 2341 's 4 32 
16'13'.3 Iii. Vran'
 4 43 1 1 23 N 8 5 3 47 1 1 22 N 8 2 
.,ep'lI:Je.1 I 
Pole S[ar on Meridian on the 15th, A.M., 3h. 25m 588. U. 


II FREDERICTON, N. B. 
'fwilight. II Sun. I Twilight. 

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4 lã 7 51 2 2) 9 43 4 23 7 4-t 2 43 9 2J 1 4 18 7 48 2 32 9 39 
4 2:1 7 4-{ 2 47 9 23 4 21 7.U 3 II 9 10 4 25 7 4-1 2 51 9 18 
4 31 1 4) 3 7 8 5J -! 38 7 
3 3 18 8 48 4 3-1 7 38 3 11 8 5,) 
4.n 1 2) 3 26 8 34 
!H 7 2; 3 38 8 23 ,-t.n 7 27 3 3' 8 31 
Va}', 
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W. 21l 5 1 6 3 6 37,12 5 5ã 17 37,8 3.4 2 5.J 8 56 8 57 III 3 6,.1 4 2 55;9 15 
Th. 3 .!lh!3 316 36 It 5 5] 117 2:!.1 4.4 1 1 h 9 2,) 9 21 
i 3 22 1 1 8 43, 3 J4!R 52 
F. 4:!.. Î,t) 3_,6 3-112 5.16 17 6.1 5..1 5 01 9 :')3 9 53 :{O 3 -1i 
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S. 5 !18\6 31:6 3t It 5 4 I! 16 49.9 6..l 8:36 10 23 10 21 I ' 
s. (j' !1:J , 6 2.':6 31'12 5 3il6 3;{,3 7..1 II 5.1 to 51 10 51 IIn 1111' 151h, Altair will h(' 
I ')II Ihf' /ller,diali 6'llln after 1U 
M. 7 :!i' 1 6 271û 2/1t 5:tG i6 lli.5 8..1 JJ 31 11 29 11 2') ,t I.yræ heti,rf' 10. Seurl'io 
T. 8 !tl j 6 ' 1 / ) Z7,i'! 5 18 i.1 39A 9.-1 16 3> l.sHlll'earilig The Milkyway 
W. 
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T;'.1t, 
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T. 15 '!286 14 1 6 1512 4 8 1 13 53.1 16..\ 6 IS 
{i
7
 
{i1
s
 Eclipses of Jnpiters S3tellites. 
W Il l:!!J'tj 13 (j 1-112 3 56 I:{ 3 U ]7,1 1;).1 H 16 8 17 M. ". Gn'IIm'. 1'oronto 
1'h.lí23:11 611 ,GI2,12 3431;
I-L9 HJ.-I 24711 8:;0 h;jO d h I " 
F. 18 1 :!31 1 Û HI'li 10 12 3 31 U 5't.-t IfU 7 16 9 2G 
) 2.3 n 22' d2-' 
'3
 9 1;';
. 
S. l
 23-.. 6 76 71'! 3 17123,).8 21,4 II IR III ('3 10 OJ . 11 I. I _im 
8.2 t
36 6,6 712 3 3'1
 16,() 21.4 14 ;'j to 4-1 10 41 
M.2i .3-16 5!6 5'12 2 48 11 : 6.0 2;!A I, 6 ,)4 11 2J 11 24 
T. 221.
35 6 3;6 3' I:! 2 3:1:] I 3.'),8 23.1 II R 07 
W.23' !31)i6 16 I 12 2 18;n 15.4 21.1 18 08 
7'h.24 37,6 (jIG (lil-! 2 2 1 10 5-J.9 2,').-1:17 01 
F. 2 238,j 5
,,j 5812 1 45 10 31.1 2;.-t Ii -1 fd 
S. 26 '3'),,j 56) 56' I:! I 29'111 13:2 27...1 11 56 
8. '17 '''!,115 5:,., 53,1
 1 I:! \ 9 5
.1 28.4 826 
ft-[, 2S '!,a 5 5'2,j 5;! 12 0 &j 9 3!},9 2J..t 
T. 2 .!.t25 51';) 5,}:12 0 37 9 9.fi 0.9 4 31 
w: 3 !435 5 1 1 5 49,12 0 ,:W \ 8 48.1} 1.9 0 3'2 
Th.31. !t45 48 [) 48,12 0 1 8 26.3 2.9.3 23 s 


QUEBEC. 


HALIFAX. K S. 


Sun. 


Twilight. 


Sun. 


1 
J!) 
2J 
3n 


o 18m 
114 
2 12 
3H 
4 17 
:>-ets. 
6 46 a 
7 25 
.7.53 


o 13m 
1 09 
2 07 
3 09 
4 14 
Slots. 
646 
7 25 
7 53 




.1] 


SEPTEltIBEU HAS THIRTY DAYS. 


[1848. 


SEPT E M BE R_ 
Pomona now prefers her welcome suit, 
And brings her offering of luscious fmit T 
To magnify our debt: 
The rosy apple bends the yielding twig r 
The downy peach, the apricot, and fig, 
In tempting order set j 
And last. not least, the product of the vine, 
Whose virtues stamp Pomona as divine. 



 This is the ninth Month of the year, though aneientty the seventh: hence its name 
,Septem, and ember, from the rainy season usually commencing at this period. Zodiacal sign- 
LIBRA, the Balance. 


METEOROLOGiCAL TABLE FOR SEPTEl\1BER. 


UPPE1\ LOWER South 
CANADA. CANADA. of 
Toronto. NicolEt. England. 
0 0 0 
}feôtl Temperature.... 59.0 57.9 57.8 
)tean Highest......... 82.9 76.6 76.0 
Mean Lowest... . . ... . 32.9 36.0 


Day Day of 
of Week. 
flon 
11 
I 2 
I 
 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
11 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
, 


RE)1ARKABLE DAYS, kc. 


MEMORANDA. 


Friù. QlJeen Victoria visits Scotland, 1842. 
Sat. Ureat Fire of Londor., It:6ö. 
SIIU. 11th SllwJayafte/' Trinity. 
Mon. River Hudson discovered, 1609. 
Tues. l'he Boxer captmed, HH4. 
Wed. Lafayetle born, 1757. 
Thur. Hannah l\lor.e died, 1833. 
Friel. :\lontreal, Detroit, Michilimacinac, snr- 
Sat. [r.endered to Britain, 1760. 
SUI1. 12at Sunday after Trinity. 
';\1.on. Westt'rn & Niagara Dis. Assizes begin. 
Tues. [11th, Thomson poet,. born, 1700. 
Wed. C. J. Fox died, 1806. 
Thur. Moscow bllJßt, 1812. 
Friel. .\/alta takell, 1800. 
Sat. New York taken, 1776- 
Sun. 13th Sllnday after Trinity. 
Mon. Queóec taken by Gen. Wolfe, 1759. 
Tues. London District Assizes begin. 
Wed. [19th, LOld Sydellham died, 1841. 
Thur. Sir Walter Scott died. 1832. 
Frid. ,\liJlanù DistrÎct Assizes begin. 
Sat. Battle of Assaye, 1803. 
Sun. 14th SUlldayafter Trinity. 
,Mon. Felicia Hemalls born, 179-1. 
Tues. Gore Dislrict. Assizes. begin. 
Wed. Nelson born, 1758. 
Thur. Second Voyage of Columbus, 1493. 
Frid. Michaelmas. 
Sat. Whitfield died, 1770. 



1848.] 


SEPTE-IUBER BEGINS ON FRIDAY. 


15th of 
EPTEMBER. 


[
ð 


I 1st of SEPTEMBER. 
MOON'S PHASES. THE 
d. h. 711. T. M. T. 'PLAN ETS 
1eridian. :

;
_ Dee/. :\1eridian, l:i;

_ Ded. 
I) First Qr.. .. 5 3 26 siulJ_ SIOIJ. 
a Full 1\Ioon.12 11 0 ------- 
({ Last Qr.. . .19 4 40 h. m. h. ?n. 0 I h. m. It. m. 0 , 
Q New 1\100n.26 16 18 
 Merc . near the SUIl. 0 37 12 16 S 1 9 
({ Apoaee.... 3 0 0 semi-diam. 
 Ven'ls. an Even ing SI,ar. 0 31 12 31 S 2 10 
o 14' 45".4 Ó iVlars. 0 55 II 39 N 3 7 0 33 12 12 S 0 3:3 
({ Perigee....l-t 22 Os
mi-diam. 1.(:Jupit'r,1O 5m 852 NI8 6,924 9 3 N17 24 
16' 21".0 Tt satul'n / 'o 56 m 23 31 S 5 O J 11 53 t3 33 S 5 28 
({ Apogee... .30 17 Osemi-<.Iiam. l;tfUran's 2 40 1 21 N 7 54 143m 1 20 N 7 44 
14' 43".0 Neptune. 
Pole Star on Meridian on the 15th, A.M., lIt.2-tm. 2Os. U. 


QU E BEC. 


HALIFAX, N. S. 


Sun. 


Twiligbt. 


Sun. 


FREDERICTON, N. B. 


Twilight. 


Sun. 


'l'wilight. 



 Rises. I Sets. Begins. I Ends. Rise
. Sets. Hegins. , Ends. 
Q A,M. PH. A.M. P.M. 
--------- 
h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. It. m. 
1 5 25 6 33 3 30 8 29 5 28 6 32 3 38 8 21 
10 5 36 6 17 3 46 8 8 5 39 6 16 3 52 8 1 
20 5 50 5 56 4 0 7 46 5 50 5;)6 4 7 7 39 
30 6 2 5 37 4 17 7 23 6 2 5 38 4 20 7 20 


Rises. Setø. Begins. Endø. 
A.M. P.M. 
---- 
h. m. h.m. h. m. h. ?n. 
[) 26 6 33 3 33 8 26 
5 37 6 16 3 48 8 5 
5 50 5 56 4 4 7 43 
I) 2 5 31 4 18 7 22 


Day. I Sun Sets. App_Nnol1,1 SU,n\ 
Iuon's !\loon's Moon Rises or Sets. 
S/II wing l)e
llIIa I Age. l'echlJlI- 
Tu- .\lUII- tbe Eq, of "'unh. tlOn. 
Week. Y'rs run to. Ireal. '1'ulle. 
"ulb. Toronto. Muntreal. 


---1------ 
D. h.7n.h.m. h. m. s. 0' D. 0 I 
F. 1 2.,15 6 30 6 33 11 59 42 8 4.5 3.9 7 6 
S. 21:M6 6 28 6 30 11 59 23 7 42. 0 , 4.9 10 30 
S. 31 2476 276 29 II 59 U4 1 7 20.5 5.913 24 
III. 4.t-J.8 6 256 27 I) 68 44 1 6 58.4 6.!:J 15 .H 
T. 5 ! U!:} 6 236 2-1 11 58 24 6 36.U 7.917 21 
W. 6250,/i 21 11 22 11 58 O.J 6 13. Î 8.9 18 10 
Th. 71 1 2:-" 6 20 Ii 22 II 57 44 1 5 51.) 9.918 OJ 
F. 82')26 18 h 19 II 57 2-1 1 5- 2
.5 10.917 02 
S. 92536 Ib 6 17 11 57 03 5 5.9 11.9115 00 
S.10 1 25416 ]561611 56 4t 4 43.] 12.9[1202 
ill. 1I2ãã,6 I:.! Ô 13 11 56 21 4 20.2 13:9 8 ]5 
T. 12256 1 6 116 U 11 56 00 3 56.3 149 3 52 
w: 13 257 6 96 10 11 55 39 3 3-1.3 15.9 0 4911 
Th.14258'6 b 6 7 11 55 18 3 11.3 16.9 5 32 
F. 152596 56 6 II 54 57 2 47.1 17.9 9 53 
S. 16\260 6 46 5 11 54 36 2 2-1.9 18.9 13 31 
S. 17 1 26) 6 ] 6 211 54 15 2 00.7 1 19.9 1 ]6 1-1 
il'I. 18 1 2626 06 011 53 5..1 1 37.4 20.9 / 17 5U 
T. 19 1 263,5 58 j 5S II 53 33 1 14.1 21.918]3 
w: 20 26..1,5 565 57 11 53 11 0 51.8 22917 26 
Th.21 1 26515 555 5.5 11 52 51 0 27.4 ' 23.9'15 37 
Jt: 2221)öl5 53.'} 5311 52 30 0 5.01 2..1.9: 13 00 
S. 23,267;5 51 5 51 11 52 09 1 '--"---18.41 23.9j 9 42 
s. 24 1 
68 5 50;) ,)0 II 51 49 0 41.
 1 26.9, 5 57 
M. 25 269 1 ã 475 47 1'1 5) 28 1 1 5.2 27 t), 2 02 
T.26 705 455 4511 51 08 1 28.6 2R9; 1 54 
w: 27 271 1 5 445 43 / 11 50 48 I 52.0 0.31 c5 
Th.28 2725 415 41 11 50 28 2 15.4 1.3 5 43s 
F. 29 :!73 5 40 ã 39 1 11 50 09 2 313.8 2.31 9 17 
S. 30 
7415 38 j 38 II 49 49 3 2.2\ 3.3,12 16 


'l'WILIGHT. 


Toronto. 1\Iontreal. 
a:; 
St'ts. Sets. 
 I I 
h. 7n. h. m. HpgillsïF.nds, B..glD
. Ends. 
82-1 a 8 'N a ---,---- 
8 55 8 52 ) 3 4! I
 ] 9 3 

!8 24 
9 27 9 23 10 3 5;)', 58 3 at' 1 8 3 
10 0-1 10 00 2(, 4 8 7 38 4 3 7 44 
10 4-1 10 39 3,) 421 1 7 HI 4 ]87 2], 
11 20 11 2-1 


o 19m 
1 ] 6 
2 12 
3 23 
4 32 
Rises. 
6 4R a 
7 25 
8 03 
8 43 
9 21 
10 16 
JIll 
o 07m 
1 07 
2 08 
3 09 
411 
5 ]2 
Sets. 
6 25 a 
6 54 
7 26 


On Ib(\ 151h, then' lire fp
 
('''II
pICUOUS stars npar the 
o 15 m /1Jpndian at 10. AI:air, u 
1 12 
,i
;

 t
ß
,p,





cc1'h';iI
1
ie 
2]-1 ad..s alld Aldebaran rising. 
3 20 


-


_

_ 
i{ i
;s. Eclipse s of J npiter' s Satellites 
6 47 a 1\1, T. Greenw Turonto. 
7 2,1 d. h. m. s. I h. 111. 
8 üo C. 4th 2127 38 ]610 im 
8 40 11 23:?0 55 4 1 18 04 im 
9 2') 20 ] 9 43 44 11 26 im 
10 I î 27 21 ::!6 422 16 20 im 
11 5 U.232043] 9 j l ]526im 
3023173221801im 
o 02m III.24 20]5 
4 8 1 ]
 5

m 
103 CV.18221227'7165:Hm 
2 05 
3 06 
4 09 
511 
Sets. 
6 23 a 
6 52 nearest approach of Ve- 
7 22 nus and Mercury. 




G] 


OC'f'ODER IL\8 TJUUTY-OXE DA ,rs. 


[1848. 


OCTOBER. 
Tbis ig Ihe month when C
nad.l di
plays 
A hean:y Imt'xaml'lf'J. I,) the gaze 
Of all who bpanly pi ize. 
Tnp 10rpsI now assumes a gorg p ol1s drc
ß, 
C()mpo,etl of c\'e' y fill m 0' lo\'elilless, 
Awl sl('epeci ill I il.hl'sl IIi,'s 
A bpaulel'us p.l/! on alllht> lalHiscape spread, 
A sof!Pfll'd hct;zy )'pllnw light is shcll, 
AuJ ge-tJl;e iJl'l'ezes whisper" Summer's ùead." 


'"l October. in the ,'par IIr Horn-ullls. was 8tlictly ,,-h3t ils flame implies, the eighth mouth. 
With us it is ti.e tenth; sign ilJ the Zodiac, SCORPIO, the Scorpion. 


1.1ETEOROLOGICAL TABLE FOR OCTOBER. 


UPPF.R 
CAN
D"'. 


LOWER 
CAS-AD.... 


I oron'o. 


1'\ il'l1let. 


South 
of 
F.1I:dand. 


o 


o 


o 


Mean Temperature.... 
.\Iean H i
hest. _ . . . . . . . 
:\leau Lowest. . .. .... 


44.0 
67.3 
21 4 


.t I :J 
62 3 


52.7 
6
. 
27. 


Firs' snow of the sea"on falls at 
Kicolt,t, 011 Ihp avt'rLlge, October 
27 ; üt Torouto, Oct. :l1. 


-- 
-- 


Day Day of I 
01 k 
.\1011 wee. 
--- 
I Sun.:I.J'h SllIduJ af:er T/:nty. . 
2 MOil. .lnhll!'loWII l)isllïcl -\s..izes l)l'gm. 
3 Trws. iJisli i cl ('oUlw'ils Tnf't't. 
4 Well. Pillll'c' Edwald i:i
',ict A
sizl'S begin. 
5 Thur. IÏ 110 H' Di.t,icl As-iz'>; h"gill. 
(j Frid. !.II\IIS Pllil,ipp h"lli. 17;'3. 
7 Sdt. Zim.IIPI ru III dll'd. 17.13. 
8 S
II1. 'ü it 
lul:ll.'1 1!"f1a T".nill/. [h
dll. 
9 Mnll' I /ICIÜ' i:i alid E<1s:,'"" !/'i:"ll1-Ct A
"izc" 
10 '1'111':;;,', \-\-e,,'. lmrrl. 17J-;. 
11 \\'t.J. 13.I!"mll-; d:.iC.I\'l'II'd, J4J2. 
It 1'1111;'. ,J '/111. !J:)I"II. .7';':; 
13 Frid. I ; '1I
.all;l'II("k. ki.I

d, 1812. 
l-t 
at. :
IIII'O)'.J,'ua. I',
.). 
15 S:a:t. i lil.'tS,tl/a;},if,'I'T,ini/y.. . 
Hi )11111. ,\I'.\Ta"II-' .1:111 011,1\\"1 Di
ll1d A"EIZ"!o 
17 Tilt's. L ltt'
ill. K(I:;r'lIisko diul, 1817. 
IK Well. :
,Ittl{' 01 Ltip"ic,ISI3. 
19 Thllr. i IlC'JI' Di,.lric'l As.,iz"
 h,,:!in. 
20 F.i,I. .) dh:)usi.. Ois: I il.t A!>sizt"s h
;,;in. 
2\ 8<11. 
..J.,UII, dil!d. IRJ'). 
2t Sun \>I,/hSnl'1:YIl!lel' Tinily. 
23 '\11111. i}i"lricl COilrt Tt'l rJJ L '
III. ('nHwrne 
21 Tiles. [nisi riet A
"izps Ll'
io.] 
2,). Wt'11. [4th,Ch,IIIC'el' d:c,
. J4),).. 
2(j Thllr. :;,Ittwrsl l}jstl'/el A
"Jzt's bt"gm. 
27 Fl"id. < 'apl. Conk. horn. 1 Î:l
. 
28 f'at. Dislrict ('lIlIrt Term t'lIlls. 
2:' SIlII. \JIlL SlWrl 'Y 
f/('r T ini'!I. 
3,) .\1011. I ,
r. Carlwri
ht dif"1. 18
3. 
31 Tues. Fall of Pampelulla. 1 813 


RE;,\lARKABLE DAYS, &c. 


MEl\IORANDA. 



184.8.] 


OCTOBER BEGIS-S OS SlT.xJ)
lY. 


[21' 


I 1st OF OCTOBER. 
THE 
P b.,.;u. \ \ Iltuht 
L!.N ET
 .\Icritliull '\:-ct<n- J)t<cl. .\leridiUII, A

f'n- Drd, 
d. h. 711. ....", "'''11. 
)) FirsttQr... 42043 T.M.T. 1__----..:.-_ 
a Fun Moon, Il 2 38 II h. m. h.1n. I 0 I I h. m. I". m. 
([ Last Qr .. .IX 13 10 \I 
 i\'fPTC . !AIl En !lillg 8t ar. 1 16 'u 54 
Ne
 i\loon.26 9:.!9 .. I' 
 Velius. An F.V( I.. iug Sllar. 1 ]3 '14 ,)1) 
([ Perigee,.. .13 2 0 setY't-(ham. Ó \Iars . \ U 8 j t:)(} S 4 4
 II 46 m 13 .:
 
16'
":2 11Pupit'r 
 30ns 
) I;) ^"16:r 117m H 23 
([ Apogee... .28 3 0 scnu.Jram' l ? 
ilIUI1l. 10 46 13 2
 S 5 31 I 9..\7 13 2,') 
1-1' 41".4 IíIUlall'
 1 0 38 1 18 N 7 31 1 11 37 1 1 J5 
I, '''p111I1P. I 
yule 
t,\r 011 .l.\lerillhUi Oìllhe 1r,lh, 1'.;\1., Ilh. 2tim. -':Ys. U. 


15tb OF OCTOB.It:a. 


MOOI\'S PHASES. 


o , 


S 19 17 
S 16 29 
S 845 
N15 f:l3 
S 6 17 
N 7 17 


QUEBEC. IIALlF.\X, N.S. FREDERICTOS, N.B. 
SUII. I TWilight. Sun. Twilight, SUII. 'j'wi:ighr. 

 Rilit'i'.\ t;t<h'. Bp.!:'in:o:. Elld
. Ris
. 
elø. U.ginM. 1':11/18. Ri
/'ø I S
h'. 1If'l!'in
. Ends. 
d 
A A.bI. 1'.M. A,'1. 1'.14. AM. P.M, 
------ ---- _1__- 
h. 1n. h. m. h. 7n h. m. h. Ill. h. 111. h. 111. h. 11L. h. 1n I". m h. 111. h m. 
1 Ii 4 ã 3ã -1 18 7 21 6 3 5 56 -t 21 7 IS 6 3 :; :J5 4 19 7 20 
10 6 19 ã 15 4, 31 7 3 6 16 :> 17 4 33 7 I 6 IK I 5 ]I) -l JI 7 2 
20 6 31 t 59 4 4-1 6 43 6 2" ;) 2 4 45 6 4.1 (i 2] 15 1 <1 .16 6 43 
3.1 (i 5-1. .t 41 4. 57 6 2.1 ß <U 4 4;> " 
(i 6 2J Ii 1:1 -t.n ;) 5 6 21 


Day. I sun 8cIs, I \I'J}.1'\"OIIJ 
IIII'
 ."IJ/)"'" M/I/lII'.. I ","tJI n'
(,8 or 
f'I..1 'J'\VILIGII1', 

I\t',^,.n.,! ,Os'CIIII",'n i\:;" nech"a- 
I I I.. ,I /I Ihe Ell, (III 
UU h. ."1 Uun. I I I 
WP1'k, , \"rl 
i



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lulltrcal. 
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. 1 2.7;),:) 3n,.) 30 II 4.1 31 3 2:>.5 4. 
 I-t :Jhs 8 :2 1\; 7 ,)3 a - --I -,- 
lJI. 2;!7ti53-l',)3.J 1 114Jl;: ;
-l'''.b 5.3 1 165.1 H37 I S3:t '11
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'1'. ;:S1 1 :!"77:) 3 h 3211 .kl ã:';1 -1 12.u (j.31758 9 13 9 I.
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!
 
 
rv. 4 .!7"\;) 31) 3! LL 4i 3.1 -1 3':>.<: 7.311
 15 ,1011 10 6 ! -l 
'I
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Th. 5DJ , ;) 2/1) 
j l ll <l:1 IS -l ã8.3 8.:
117 37 11 01 1101 ,3 -1_:'>'11,_27;) g.) 23 
1<.... 6 j t..W.) 2ì .j 
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S. illSI':) 2..) 2;) 11 47 4
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:.. R I )s.) 
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M. 
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g"S'l"III,1 A:phprat, la 
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W.ll l:-\;) I ,) lJ , .J 1/ \ 11 4ü 4 7 1.').5 14.3 3 ll)n 4 ,::8 .t}':
 
.Lle; :I!..rk:l(, la !"ga"q Rlld 
I . _ _ _ _ ,,, _ 
I

S. !
I:..s. \':{Clllh Ii' r":!I\"Ïl Ihf' Sou'h 
Th.12 -286;) 11.) 1,);11 402,) 737.1 15.3 751 ;) :1,") a ::> .)
 it
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1: 13 1 :.!H7:> 15':> 13,11 ,.I() II x 1I.I.ti lIi.3'11 5:J (j 3:1 () 31 1\\"8'''1' .I,t' lIIt'ri,liall, i8 Ih.. 
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T. 17 'l.ll;) H,.) 7 1 11 4,j 2 9 
J. 2 2).3117 5J 10 1 9 5,) i.i,r,'u:rh 
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W. IS!:!.I:! 5 ()';j 4 1 11 45 [), 9 51 . U :? 1 .3,lli 2:) 1 J 5J Ii) 5;' , Iwr Ih...ug:' ,\l.srkuIJ. 
'l
U!jI-lJ3;j ;);j 3\11.115 ill It.7 :!!.31351 .......11 5S I 
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s. 211
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115;>l1 4-1211 3;.9 2:i.3 03:1!! 34 34 :\J,!.G'f'eIiW. JUrl/nlO 
T. 21
:!;jd4 ã;'-!- ;'111 4-1 If H ;j
.R 
7.3 4 26 -t 2 1 4 2 d. h. m. S. I h. m. 
JJ'.2ã;.!j-J-I 5ß
1 :">2 1 11 ..u 0' 12 I
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35!m 
Tlt.263n!51-l511l--1-tO '24J.O 2:f.3...... Sets. Sets. I 212t-k)Z6.:!,1\)28
m 
F. 27F
'JI-1 53-1 5HI 435 '300.3 \ O.(j I} 2-1 :) 28 a ;, 2.) it 2:1 IR (i:>),(i,1250Im 
S. 2'iI,l)2-t !}it 

II -135:,\:120.;)' I.r 1411 ti 1 557 1I.2j OIH.t7.01.')02im 

. 24:3:H -1 5";--1 .lIi:11 43 5(; 13 4n.4 2.616 21 6 3
 6 33 !TH. 1 2,' -1312.4;1526 im 
.if. 3,)
3,1t 4 41:4 4:)' 1 11 43 47 14 00.0 1 3, f} 17 -!R 7 20 7 1.) IV. 5 2J 47 12.8: 1530 im 
T. 31 3Jj4 474 4311 43431-1 195 1 4.618 23s 8 5 8 0 




S] 


NOVEJIBER HAS THIRTY DAYS. 


[18,18. 


NOVEMBER. 


Now a rude trumpet soumIs tlpon the ear,. 
And bo"'ly speaks of winter coming. neaJ:: 
With all h:s biUer storms; 
The vanguald of his army is at hand, 
And nothing can restrain the ardent band 
That with his banner forms! 
Then not to arms! but armour, let us try;- 
And not our powder, but our feet, keep dryr 


t This month, whose ZQrliacal sign is SAGITT_"RIUS, the Archer, is, in common with some 
of the other months, indebted for its name to Romulus, with whom it was the ninth month- 
it is now the eleventh month. 


METEOROLOGICAL TABLE }'OR NOVEMBER. 


UPPER LOWER South 
CANADA. CAN ..DA. 
of 
Toronto. Nicolet. England. 
0 0 0 
Mean Temperature. . . . 35.6 32.3 48.1 Sleighing begin
 on the average 
Mean Highest... . .... . 57.4 46.2 62.0 at Nicolet, November 25th. 
Mean Lowest. . . . . . . . . 11.4 23..0 


D:l Day of 
Mon Week. 


REl\1ARKABE DAYS, &c. 


ME
I OR ANDA. 


1 Wed. Provo Nor. School, com. in Toronto 1847 
2 Thur. lnsurre( tion in Lower Canada, 1838. 
3 Frid. Princess 
ophia born, 17i7. 
4 Sat. [ãth, 
ir J. Colborne, Lt, Gov., 182S. 
5 81111. 'ülh Sunday after Tlinity. 
6 .l\lon. 'Iichaelmas Term begins. 
7 Tues. Battle of Tippecanoe, HHI. 
8 W t'd, .\lilton died. WH. 
9 Thllf. Prince of Wales born, 1841. 
10 Frid. Luther born, 1483. 
11 Sat. Baule of Williamsburg, 1813. 
12 SUII. !I.sl Sundayafle1' Trimly, 
13 1\11)11. Sympathizer" at Prescott, 1838. 
14 Tue;;. Henschel born, 1738. 
15 \" ed. ßattle of Mcnle, 1796. 
16 Thur. James Fer
usoll dit'd, 1776. 
17 Frid. Bdule 01 Chrysler's Fal m, 1813. 
18 Sat. ,\Iichaelmas Term ellds. 
19 SliD. :!:2nd Sunday (lIte1' Trinity. 
20 1\Ion. Wolsey died, 1 f>30. 
21 Tues. Quarter Sessions and Dis. Court com. 
22 Wed. [ilst, Princess. Hoyal born, 1840. 
23 ThIll'. Lieut. Weir murtlere(,\" IB37. 
24 Frid. John Knox died, 1572- 
25 Sat. Haule of 
t. Charles. Uì37. 
26 SUll. 'l3rd Sunday aIle1' Ti'inily. 
27 .\lon. Plincess J-lalY AB('
aide bOr.Il
 1833. 
28 Tues. Bault' of Bexar, 1835r 
29 Wed. Court of Appeal sits. 
30 Thur. 1St. Andrew. 



IS4-8.J 


NOVEMBER BEGINS ON 'VEDNESDAY. 


[
9 


MOON'S PHASES. 
d. h. m. T. :N. T. 
]) First Qr.... 3 12 36 
Ò Full Moon..l0 8 18 
CI Last Qr....I7 1 30 
New l\1oon.25 4 13 
CI Perigee....10 13 0 semi-diam 
16'44"'.2 
CI Apogee... .24 6 0 semi--diam 
14' 41".3 


l Ist OF Non:MBER. 
THE 
PLA Right 
N Et'8 bll:ridiBn. A..cen- Ded. 
tlUll. 


15th OF N on:MBEa. 


IUeridian. 1 A
;:
: 
tion. 


DeeJ, 


------- 
h. m. h. ?n. 0 , h. m. h. m. 0' 

 Mere. -\0 E\'e "jogSt ar. A Morn ing St ar. 

 Venus. An Eve nillg 8t ar. 1 51 117 31 S 24 40 
Ó' :Mars 11 23m 4 11 S 12 5011 6m 14 46 S 15 50 
2lJupit'r 6 46 9 32 S15 17 5 59 9 37 N1457 
It Saturll 8 37 23 2'2 S 6 33 7 41 
3 21 S 6 38 
J;!iUrall's 10 27 1 13 .N 7 2 9 30 1 11 N 6 52 
,\epfune. 
Pole Star on ;\-leTidian on the 15th, p, I\l" 9h. 24m. 305. U. 


QUEBEC. 


HALIFAX, N. S. 


FREDERICTON, N. B. 


Sun. 


Twilight. 


Sun. 


TWilight. 


Sun. I 'l'wili
ht. 
Rise II. Setll. I Begins. I End,. 
A.M. I ),.M. 
---- 
h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. 
6 47 4 41 5 1 1 6 27 
7 0 4 29 5 11 6 17 
7 14 4 18 5 23 I 6 9 
727 41I 53464 



 I 

 Rises. Setll. Beginll, Endll. Risell. Setll. Be
inll. Ends. 
.... A.M, P,M. A.X. )',M. 
f---------- 
h. ?n. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. 111' 1 h. m. h. :m. h. m 
1 6 49 4 39 5 0 6 27 6 44 4 43 S 0 6 28 
10 7 2 4 26 5 12 6 16 6 56 4 32 5 10 6 18 
20 7 16 4 16 5 26 6 8 7 W 1 4 22 5 22 6 10 
30 7 30 4 8 5 35 6 3 7 23 4 1:> 5 34. 6 4 


Day. I Sun Setll. App. Noon, Sun'lI ißloon'sll\' lon's I l\IOOn Rises or Sl:u. TWILJGHT. 
i!hewing OeCiinat'n' Age I Dedinu- 
'j'o' 1 :\1011- the Eq. of South. I ,11 tlon. I 




 treal, 
_' 1S'oon. _
.:

. TorQnto. IIontreal. 
Sets. Sets. 
 I 
D, h.?n, h.?n. h. ?n. S. 0' D. 0' h. 111. h.?n. 
 Beginll. End"' I Dpgins. Endll. 
W. 13064 4f3'4 4211 43 41,14 3R7 5,6 18 8s 855 a 8 50 a 1------ 
Th.21307!41l5-14I114343 1 1457,7 6.1).657 95Q 945 150;628 1 50627 
F. 3 1 308 1 -1 431-1 40,11 43 4-1] 5 16.5 7.6 14 53 10 48 10 4'} 10 5 10 6 lR 5 7 6 22 
S. 41309.-1 42 1 -1 3R'l1 43 4515 34,9 8,6 11 59 11. 51 II 48 20 5 21 1 6 III 5 23 1 6 9 
s. 513101:1 4114 3611 43 47 1 15 53.2 9.6 8 20 30 5 31 1 6 7 5 346 4 
It!. 631114 39;4 35,ll 43 5016 112 10.6 4 06s 056m 055m 
T. 731t l 4 381-1 3-111 43 53 1 16 28.9 ILl; 0 32n 2 4 2 3 
W. 83134 37'-1 32'11 43 5816 46,3 12.6 ;} 18 3 1-1 3 15 
Th . 9314 -1 36 1 4 31 11 44 03 1 17 03,4 13.1; 9 50 4 27 4 
S On the 15th, a Arieteø, alltar 
If the third magnitude, pai!tiPI! 
F. 10 315 -l 35 1 4 31 1 11.H 9li 20.2 14,6 13 43 :> 41 5 44 the meridian 800n I\fter lO,-il 
I Rises. Rises. ;8 in a lille from Belequeøe (ß 
S. 11 3lfì 4 3-14 29111 44 1617 36.8 15.6 16 35 5 5.) a 5 50 a Orionis,l through AldebarBr. 
s. 12'31 i 4 32\4 27;11 44 2-l 1 17 53.0 16,6 18 10 6 48 6 43 30 0 from the lu
t. 
M. 131318.1 31 1 4 2711 44 3318 09.0 17.6 1
 20 7 46 7 41 
T. 141319 \ -1 311-1 26 11 44 4i18 24,6 18,6 17 15 8 4S 8 43 
W 15i I 3'
(J -1 30 1 -l 2)'11 44 53 1 18 39,8 19.6 1;j 0.1 9 51 
 47 
Th.163'!l"t 29 1 4 2311 45 0-1]8 54,R 20.6 1206 10 53 10 50 
F. 1713
211 28 1 4 22 11 45 16 1 HI t)9A 21.6 8 36 II 56 11 54 
S ]83:331-1 27 -1 21 II 45 29 1]9 23.7 22.6 4 -16 E \ ' f J . 1 S 1 \ . 
S.19'324 ! 426 1 4211114543]937.6 23,6 048n 058m 057m Clpses,0 nplterS.3te1\tes 
1tI. 20 1 323425-120 II 4558 1 1951.2 2-Ui 3 07
 ] 57 I 56 M.'1.Greenw. r..rllnto. 
T. 21b:!6'4 24 -l 19'II -16 13\?!) Q.l,4 2.'),6 6 54 2 55 2 56 d h. m. s, I h. m.. 
W 2:h27 1 j 4 23;4 IS1II 46 28'20 17.2 26,6 10 eo 3 52 3 34 I. 5th 
O 0 
 1.8 I
 43 
m 
7YL.23:3

I-l 231-t 1
11 I 46 i620 2!),7, 27.6 13 2
) 4 51 4 54 

 
(
 5
 5
'
 

 

 
m 
F. 24329 4 2
1-1 17 11 -17 ,H20 "H.8 1 2
'6 15 47 5 58 6 '2 II 12') 53 4
'9 17:> 7 
m 
S. 253304 21,-1 15 1 11 47 2320 5R5 29,6 Sets. Sets '( 1 - 2 ,- . _ 
m 
s. 2G 3314 214 15,11 47 1.2
1 04,8 O,
 17.30 5 18 a 5 12 a 
.J: _ 2 7.
 120;) 
m 
.It!. 27;332420414 1 11 480'22] 15.7 1.8 1826 6 3 656 _61J:>73-t._1441Jm 
T. 28 1 3334 20'-t 14:Il 4R 2321 2fi,2 2,8 18 23 6 50 6 45 m. 620 449.1 14 48
m 
W"
933
 1 4 2014 13 1 11 48 4421 36.;
 3.81738 144 73.1 13;?30 q?J f513!m 
Th.30!3354191112i1149 7
2146,OI4,81554" 841 836 IV.24_27...2.11650m 



30] 


DECE11:CER II
\S Tl-lfnr.rY-O:\-E DAYS
 


[18

. 


DECEl\IBER. 


l\ow pile the hearth, and let the rudðy light 
To thou
ht3 of joy and merriment invile, 
For Chlistmas time is flf'ar 
Let c\'ery breast \' ilh warmer fe...lings till, 
To mt'el the ('oltllle
s of tile icy chiH 
Thilt marks the (Iyill!! year. 
lIand ronllll tlt.!- wille. amI elt: it be too lat!!. 
A bumpver tIll to,.Eighteeli fOrlY-
;b-Ì1t. 


'W CAPRrCO!{'I1us. the Goat, is the Zodiacal Eign of this the Twelfth and last 1\1onth of our 
year, though t
llth of the Homalls. 


Mean Temperature.... 
Mean Hi
hest . . . . . . . . 
Mean Lowest... . . . . . . 


Day Dav of 
ot \\' ëek. 

lon 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
li 
7 
8 
9 
1 iJ 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 

4 


25 


26 
27 
2t) 
29 
30 

1 


METEOROLOGICAL. TABLE FOR DECE2\IBER. 


UPPER I LOWER 
CAN \D_\. CANADA. 


South 
of 
England. 


1'0101\10. I Kicolet. 


o 0 


o' 
45.1 
5ã.0 
17.0 


St. Lawrence freezes at La,ke Sf. 
Peter ol\lhe average, December I
. 
1'orol\to Bay fretÙs December 12. 



7.4 
4ãA 
2.
 


17.2 
-8.9 


RE)fARKADLE DAYS, &c. 


].I E l\I 0 RAN D A . 


Frid. 13,IOle of AUl)lerlilz. 1815. 
Sa t. ì\ iI polt'on C 1-O\\'lIel1: ItsO,l. 
Slin. .d.Lvml SUlday. [Chancery sitf!-. 
)\11)1\. PI:.: I il't Cmu t J'e!õm he;. ins. Court 01 
Tues. \ia,
h..t I\ey Sh'll. 181,1. 
Wed. 
idn('y bph
"llkd" 16
3. 
Thill'. Ht..'LJeb defeated ut J'nronto, 1837. 
Frid. [
Ih, 
iillol1 bOl'fl,1608 
Sflt. j)istri.ct COllrt ('I,ds. 
Sun. I sl 
u ,dll!! in .I1rlv9111. 
1\1011. L:haJ It:':. 1: th killed, 1718. 
TII.
. Or. Val" ill 1"'111. 17:;;.1. 
\\' ed. Ur. Johl\SOIl di, d. 1 ìR-I. 
1'hur. \\ ashillgh1h d...ù_ ] 7J;I. 
Frid. .
t b."ta"hf' dt':.IJO)' d, 1837. 
Sat. Court ot'l halll't" y risl:S. 
Sun. '!n f SUllda!l ill A.vellt. 

\Ioll. ir 11. Davy born, 1778. 
Tiles. Hall It> of ;\i<:gara, ]
13. 
\\'nt ,-;ray born. Iflti. 
Thill'. nat;leuf Ft:'IOZt rOrf'. JSH5. 
F.-it!. Pi:grin.s La 1111 1:11 .;t PI} mouth, 16:!O, 
fo:at. .\1:'\\'1011 b0ln. 1(j-12 
Sun. 3,d SUliday in .lUcent. 
l\:on. CHRISTMAS DAY. 
Tues. 
Wed. 
Thill'. 
Frill 
Sat. 



...... 


[1833. 
l3elgian I ndept>mlf'nce a('know I t'd I{cd 
[t9th. 
té.tíìITl1 e
cutt:tl, 1680. 
('olf'Tid
t' born. 1ìi2, 
.\1 armont...lllietl. 1799. 
"..,.. '.' _ ,I" ': I ,4'a"..., 



1
-I8.] 


DE.cE)[BER DEHINS OX FItIOAY. 


[31 


I 15t OF DECEMBER. 15th OF DECEMBER. 

IOON'S PHASES. THE Hlg,.. I KI:{ht 
d h rL^N.ET
 _\1
rit.l;on' l A _C"II Deci. :\Ierit.lion. A-c..n- Deci. 
. . m. tlf)lI. lion. 
D Fir
tQr.... 3 249T.M.T._ ________ 
o Full 
I<"OIl.. 9 18 
7 I
. m. !,h. III.. 0 / h.
. I h. 'In: 0 
({ Last Qr....16 I7:J6 
:\1erc. A.)l.olnlllg 
 if. 1O:JSm1636 8214E 
ØNew
lOQII.:!-123 5. .. 
\(,IIII
".\nE\'t'lIiil

'..r. 233 IZOlt 822 
 
( Peligee,.... 9 1 OsemJ-dl3m Ó .\ials. IU 47n; 15 '3::. S 19 I' IU 3-lm 11'; 2 821 1:: 
)(j'41".U 2!.fllpit'1 -136m 94:/ VJ-1-1 I -t 4. 1 9':)0 INI-14. 
, Apogee... .21 13 Osemi-dJam. ? 'iJlun 6 3i 'l3 21 "I fi 3 5.:J-t 23 23 IS (j 2' 
14-ll.6 'JtlUrall'
 8 26 I I !:J _V 6 4
 7 30 I I 8 S 6 3
 
'.'t'p;IIIl
. I I 
I _ _ _ __ 
'Pole 
Iar on l\leridia.n on rbe I:>!h, P. 1\1., 7h. 26m. 14s. r 


QUEBEC. 


IIALIi<' AX, N. S. 


I FREDERICTON, N. B. 


:::UII. I'wit.ghl. SUII. I Twillghl. Sun. I :rwiligbt. 

 m.N.1 s",. ":'
:--I F;,,
:. Hi",' "".. I "
'

'I 


. ,I .....1 s... I ":'::.1 



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II. 'In It ?n. h. m. h. m. It m I h 1/1. It m. h. 1/1. I, 111.. I,. m. h. m. h. m. 
I 7 3 t 4 7 .J 36 Ij 3 1 7 2-1 -I),) I 5 29 6 I 0 7 i8 4 II 53,} (j 4 
10 7 41 -1 6 5 43 6 2 7
;j .1] 3 5 41 6 5 7 38 4 9 5 -13 6 3 
20 7 4X 4 8 .) 51 6 fJ 7 -1\1 I 4 It) , 5 47 6 9 7 45 -! 11 5 50 6 6 
3 I 7?i:! 4 1:> 5 :1:) Ii)] 7 H t 2:
 I f,:>1 fi 15 7 .18 4 lS 5 ;):) Ô II 
lIi1Y, :::11'\ ::;etll. 1\1'",1'011,,",1 8uu'li IM"on'
! .\'"11"'" I \Ioon Rille>! IIr s"._ /I '.I \-\ !LIGHT. 
I 
II"\
-Iug &.1 flf. ."1111111 'f. .:\gP Ut'c.illu. 1 
\V

k. ' I Y'" ..:,;;..\ :':..;:':llh
.


.u, I 
uu;h. I :\
:III.I UUII- I, or",.. II' 1',;,,11- ..al ii I T.....ntll. I I1lontnal. 
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D I :,. lII' l lz. m. It. m. Sï 0, D. I 0 / it. m. h. III. 
 :n,gm,. I EII".. ß"g IIF. End; 
F. 1 3Jb 118,11: 11 49 30,21 55.
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ti a'-!---'--- 
s. 23;3;11 Ud Iz II 4
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t. I 'W 01 I;} -It Iv :>:1 I , J I j :
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4 6 
 

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1'. 5 3-tIJ I ! 1f'1! JlI11 31 OU'22 28.1 9.h 251, 05.:Jm 0 5'2n' l ill .J ;;:lIj If-.I 5 536 I: 
w: 63-11-1 W
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Tit. 73-
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112 41.
J Il.h 113.1 13 I;) 
i 17 1IIIIIn'15Ih,'I''''p!lIl1ht.lc II ' 
1<: 8 3-131.. 17, i 1O!1l 52 
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S. 16 1 3.J1'-I 1!J 11211 56 10'.23 2L.(j .2J_
1 2 2-<1I ' IL 41> II 47 
s. J13.-):tl 2,11 13 II 56 4U 13 23.7 \ 11.t'ì1 1 3-l
 
11.183,>J!t 19'1 J311 570: 1 ;13 :!5.i1 21.t- j 5 26 0 -Hm 048 æcErszs of .JU p :tEr'S Satellite. 
r. HI 33-1-1. 2,,; I ]3 II 57 3
 
3 26.-1 2:U
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1V.2,J355!-t 2(1' , 1 J3111 5R O;)'t:i 27.1 1 2-t-.81:! 16 24-l i 46 !\J.'P.Gr..
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S. 23 3,j8
-1- 2'
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S. 2-1 359 -I ;2,2' I );) 'II 59 50::!3 2,'). I I 28,
:-< H
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f'IS. 
f'ls. 
T. 2(: 3(i)'4 21 1 1712 III 0;1 
3 21.3, l.fI lR 07 :; 3:.1 a ::> 33 
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TIz.2;{3Ii342IiirRI20!O
2313.1 3.111 1 -121 733 7.29 
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S. 3113634 27'l2,,'I:! 03 07jt:J 8.0 5.0: 7 38 U 3!:1 937 
s. 31 3fiß4 2S112d12 03 0623 3.6 fi.nl3 :!
slO 4n If}-U 


d. It. m. S. h. m. 
I. ï.1 h 16 t!:l13 .J II 12 ir 
] 1IS:!
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3 J 16 37 ;;.(, 11 2U n 
II
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23 19 3
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11 ?O III 1 f) -1 I; 32", 



32 


CANADA. 


PROVIXCIAT.. EXECUTIVE. 
GovEIlNon-GENER_U.-Hi8 Ex('ell
ncy the Ri
ht Honorable JAMES, EARL OF ELGIN AND 
KINCARDlNI<:, K.T., Go"'ernf)r-G
"eralofBritish l'\orth America, and Capt.-Gen'l and Governor- 
in-Cbief in and O\'er the Provinces of Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the Island 
of Prince Edward, and Vice-Admiral of the same, &c. &c. &c, ' 
J\
ajol" T. E. Campbell. Civil Secretary; Colonel the Hon. R Bruce, Militm'y Secretary. 
Lieutenant-Colonel Edmund Antrobus, Prot'mciaZ .I1id-de- Camp; Lieutenant-Colonel De 
Salabery, Extra ÚQ. do. 
. HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL will receive Gentlemen desirous of visiting 
him, at GO\'ernment House, on MONDAY, WEDNESD-\Y and FRIDAY, in each week, from 11 
tmtil 3 o'clock) 
(HER EXCELLENCY THE Cour\TESS of ELGIN AND KINKARDINE receives Ladies who are 
desirous of calling Ilpon Her Ladyship at Monklands, from 3 to 5 o'clock, on Thursday afternoon.) 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL.-Hon, Willi'lm Morris, Pre!1;rlent; Hon. D0minj.ck Daly, Provincial 
Secretm'y i Hun. Henry Sherwood, .!illo.,-ney-General West; Hon. William Badgley, .I1ttorney- 
General East; Hon. Denis B Pd"pineau
 C(I/Iuni
sioner of Crown Lands; Hon. William Cayley, 
Inspect01'- Genel'lll; Hon. John Macdor.ald, Rereive' - General; Hon. John H. Cameron, Solicitor'" 
General West; Hon P
ter McGill, Speaker Legislath'e Council. 
OFFICERs.-John Joseph, Clerk; William H. Lee, .I1ssistant do.; Samuel B. Smith, 
1st do.; Fla\'ien Vallerand, 2nd do.; William A. Hl1ns\"o"Orth, 3nl dfJ.; Olivier Coté, 4th do. ; 
Michael Kaughten, lUessenger; David RYailI, Door Keeper. 


CIVIL SECRETARY'S OFFICE. 
Major T. E. Campbell. Civil Secretary; Henry Cotton, 1st Clerk; William B. Bartle t 4 
2nd do.; Philip St. Hdl, Office Keeper; George Boxall, .lIIessengel'. 
PROVINCBL SECRETARY'S DEPART:\IENT. 
Hon. Dominick Daly, Provincial Secretary; E. A. Meredith, .I1ssistant Secretary lVesf; T. 
D. Harrington, Chi
f Clerk; G-ant Powell, H. B. Steele, C. J. Birch, and C. St. George 
Yarwood, Clerks; E. Parent, .IJss;i
tllllt Seaelm'y East; Thomas Ross, Henry Jarmy, '\-V. H. 
Jones, A. R. Roche, and S. Tetu, Cle-rks; John Gow, Office Keeper; John T\\ omley, ,Messenger. 
RECEIVEfl-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 
Hon. John A. Macdonald, Receiver- Geneml; Bernard T l lrguand, E
q., Deputy Rcceiver-Gen'l; 
Thos. A. Care-y, 1st Clerk; Geo. Hamilton, 2nd do,; Geo. Gnmdy, 3rd do.; James ThomISon, 
Jfessenge1'. 


CROWN LAXDS DEPARTMENT. 
Hon. D. B. Papineau, C01nmi.
"sioner; Tancred BOl1tillier, .I1ssistant do.; A. McNab, .I1cC01lntant; 
J. C. Tarbutt, anù J. Langevin, Con'espon,ling Clerks. 
BRANCH OF CROWN L,"ND OFFICE. (formerly SUr\'eyor General's Office.)-Joseph Bouchette, 
Senior Surveyor and Draftsman; Andrew .John Russell, 2nd. rlo.; Edward T. Fletcher. .I1ssis. 
tant do. -; Wm. Sprag!!;e. Chief Clerk; Thomas .tIector, 2nd do.; Henry John Jones, 3rd do.; 
:Moore A Higgins, anù Geo. Shaw, Junior Clerks. 
INSPECTOR-GEXERAL'S DEPART.:\lENT. 
AUDIT BR..NcH.-Hon. William Cayley, Inspector-Gener,Ii, Joseph Carey, Deputy do. i 
Philip D!JrllfOld, 1st Clerk; Da\'id Alexander Ross. 2nd do.; Isaac B. 
tanton, 3rd do.; Norris 
Godard, 4th rlo.; Henry H. Duitill, 5th do.; '\Yilliam Thckenson, 1st Book-keeper; C. E. 
Anderson, 2nd do; W. C. Crotton, Statistical Clerk and Keeper of lIL(? Blue Book; Patrick 
Gaul, l'tlessenc:e.". 
REVENUE .BRANCH.-J. '\-V. Dt1l1scombe, Commissioner of Customs; A. S. :i\Ienzies, Clerk; 
}Iatthew Jack, do.; Joseph Lee, Extra do.; Ph;' lip Derbishire, do. do. 
DEPARTì\IENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. . 
Hon. \V. B. Robinson, Cllief CommissiOlter; Hon. C. B. Cas
rain, .Ilssistant do.; Thomas 
A. Beg-Iy, Secretary; John H. Conolly, Chief Clerk; C
arles 
awson 
hanley, and E. 
Hamilton. Clerks; S. Strange, Book-keeper; 1 homas Hewitt, .I1s<lstant do. and Paymaster; 
F. P. Rubidge, Draughtsman; F. Baillargé, .IJ.
.si"stunt do.; 1\1. Welsh, JI1essenger. 
PROVINCIAL REGISTRAR'S OFFICE. 
Richard A. Tucker, Pmvincial RNJístrar; William Kent. ht Clerk; George Henry Lane, 2J do. 
.MiLITIA DEPART
lEl'\T. 
LOWER CANADA.-Lieutenant ('0lonel E. P. Taché. Deputy .Ildjutant Ge"leral: CharlN 
Petit clair and Peter L. McDonalù, Permanent Clel'ks: Charleli Dolbigney, Tcmporary CLerk. 



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UPPER CAN.n>A.-Lieutenant Colonel Donald McDonald, Deputy Adjutl1.nt (]QI1Ieral; ]oshu 
'".fhompson, Permanent Clerk; William Rowan, Messeng". 
Office.-
o. 57, St. Lewis Street, l\lontreal. 
K.B.-The Adjutant Generalship is \'acant by the resignation of Colonel Plomer Young. 


GE
ERAL POST OFFICE DEPART;\IENT OF CAKADA. 
Thomas Allen Stayner, Deputy Po,
tma ter Geneml, Montreal. 
"Tilliam H
nry Criffin, Surveyor, :\10nt real (Crmada East); Edward S. Freer, Sunayw, 
Toronto, (Can.tr/a J.ve.
t) ; John Dewe, Sun'eyor, Kingston, (
lllral Ctmada.) 
Gilbert E. Griffin, Chid Clerk to Deputy Post7na
ter Genel.al; Frank W. Stayner, Second dQ.j 
T. Sutherland Stayner, Third do.; Edwin King, Fourth do. 
Edwin J. King, .I1rcountant to Geneml Poit O.Dice; Horation A, Wicksteed, First Clerk to.l1
- 
countant; John A!>hworth, Second do.; Robert Julyan, Third do.; Edward C. Hayden, Fourth do.; 
.John Davison. Fifth do.; J. T. 
lcCllaig, Sixth do. ; ðmith Allen and Jeremiah )1 ullen, Jlles.
en'5l'1"s. 
O.fficers in charrre C!f the British lI1aiis betu'een Boston and 
1Iontreal.-l\1ajor James Laing and 
F. H. Vane. lIIail Conductors betwpen Montreal and QI/ebec.-Jeremiah Madden and C. W. 
Hayden. Do. bi/u'een Nontreal and Kingsfon.-B. B. Turquand, J. Lilly, G. F. Pemberton. 
.Do. between Kingston and 1'oronto.-W. Ero\' n, A. Tod, A. McDonald. 


IKDIAN DEPARL\IENT. 
Superintenrlenf- General of Indi'ln .I1ffairs, the Civil Se('Tetary, Montreal; .I1s.çista11t do. d-. 
ond .I1ccountant. George \
ardon, Montreal; Supermtendent of Indian .I1ffairs and Visitor, C. E., 
D. C. Napier; do. do. C. n
., J. B. Clench, Delaware, and T. G. Anderson, Cobourg; cWo dÐ. 
.!lanit!Julin Islund. GeOlge Ironsides; Intel'preter, C E, Eùward K. Delorimier ; do. do C. If'; 
Francis H. AndeTiion; lIIissionnry, Rev. A. Jamieson, Walpole Island; do" Rev. James 
Flood, Carra doc ; fl.., Rev. 
altern Gi\'ins, Tyendinaga ; do , Rev. F. B. Olscamp, Res- 
tigou
he,; do., F Boucher, Lorette; do., Joseph :\Iarcoux. Caughnawaga; do., F. H. Marcou
 
St. Regis; do. Pielre Beland, St Francis; Schoolmaster, Vincent Ferrier, Lorette; do, Charlet 
Forrest, Christieville; Jl1.rnitoulin Island E.
tablishm.ent-Sul'geon. Paul Darling, 1\1. D.; .J.lliuion" 
aT!!, Re\'. F. Ü'...\leara, L L,D.; SchoollrJa.ster, Arthur Gore; do, Etaweghezick. 


LA W OFFICERS OF THE CROWN. 
.Allorney-(;enem.l East-Hon. William Badgley; Solicitor-General East, -; Clerk ø 
John ;\{.mk, ()ffi('f'-Xotre Dame-street, Montreal. .IJttorney-Geneml We,t-Hon. Henry 
Sherwood. Office-Nok'e Damf' 5treet, )(ontreal. Solicitur-General West-Holl. John Hillyar4 
Cameron. Of!ice-.\lbany Chambers, Toronto. 


ME
IBERS OF 'THE HO
. THE I
EGISLA TIVE COUNGIL 
OF CAXADA, 
\VITH THE DATES OF THEIR CO:\DHSSIONS AND RESIDEXCES. 
The Honourable PETER MCGILL, Speaker. 
Hon. Rohert S. Jameson... Toronto.- Hnn. Gabriel Roy ....... St. Lrurent.f 

 P. B. DeBlaquiele .. ,Kingston.- U Philip H. ;\foore .... St. ..I1rmand.+ 
'" Peter )JcGill ....... Montreal.- ,. Amable Dionr,e . . .. ,Kamauraska.1 
H R. B. 
lIlIi\'an...... _ Toronto.- " Josf'ph Dionne... .. Sf P'reles Becqut
 
nene E. Caron .. ., Qupber.- " Geor2'f' J. Goodhue. . London. II 
u William :\lorris ... .ltIontreal.- " Le\'i.ls P. Sherwood. .7'orontQ.U 
Geor
e Ppmberton .. Q/lebec.. " 'William "Talker .. _ Quebec.1I 
Alex<lnc1er Fra"er ... þ'J'(I$erfieU.. " Christopher W.dmer. Toroijto.
 
'Barthelemy Jo idte.. Villa!fe of Industry. J. Æmilius Irving.. .],-ewlIlalket.Y 
James ClOoks ... ,FllllI/borough West.. u Louis 
tassue ...... Quebec.'f 
Adam Felglls
on... ,Flamb(Jrough East. " P. BOlu:her De 
 B h 'll.. 
H John
Iaca!llrly....._J:ingsto1t.. RmJl'her..ille,-S .... OllC em e. 
.' John lJa!',llton,.,...Killgstull.
 " JohnXeilson........Quebe.c.tt 
H Fran
ois P. Bruneau NJ7Itarville.. " James Monis ..... .B1'Ockville.tt 
John 1\1 c Donald. .,. GtLnanog1Ie.. J ames Gordon ...... Toronto.:j:.:t 
Adam Ferrie . . . .. .1.'fJ11.treal.- c. Haml1ett Pinhey .., .March.1I1I 
Jean Ute. T<lché ... . Kamoumska.. James Ferrier .... ..Mon/real.UI 
., Paul H. Knoulton .. Brame.- " RodeTick )Iatheson. .Perth.1II1 
Thomas J\IcKay.....KewEdinbU1,gh.. "Geor
e S. Boulton, Cobourg.IIU 
Those mal ked thnB., were summoned to the Le!!islative Council, nn the 9th Junf', IMI ; 
those thu;; t, June 14, 18-tI ; those thn,,:j:, SeptertJber 7, 1841 ; those thus II, August 19, 1842
 

ose thus 
, August '
, 1843; those thus v, 
eptember 4, 18-13; those thus"', September 27" 
1843; those thm ft, 
oYember 30, 184-1; tbose thUB 

. Nuvember 3, 1845 j tboiie thU.i UIL Mal 
71, 18.17. 


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PkRMAN"ENT OFFlcERs.-Charles De LeTY, Clerk; J. F. Tàylor, Delntly Cle1'1.- ç"ntlltlaster 
in Chancery; J. Fermings Tayll)r, .Ihsis/lInt Clerk; Rev. W. A. Adamson, Chaplain and 
Librarian; E. L. Montizambert, Law Clerk; Robert Lemoine, 'Frrnch Transla/or; W. A. 
Maingy amI E. D0ncet, Clerks; F. S. Jan-is, Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod; James 
Aùamson, Clerk; OJivier VaJlerand, Sergeant-at-.I1rms; Thomas .Brooke, Door-keeper; 1\1. 
Keating, Chi('f ltlessenger and House-keepe1'. 


l\IEIUBE,RS OF THE; LEGISLA'rIVE A
SE;,UBLY OF CA
ADA. 


The Honourable Eir ALLAN NAPIER MACNAB, Kt" Speaker. 
Eden Colvile,..,..,..... ..Beauharncris. And:-é Jobin...... ...... . Montreal, (county.) , 
Hon. Augustin N. Morin ...Bellechasse. Walter Hamilton Dickson. .:Riagam. 
David 1'lorrison Armstrong. Bert/tier.. Antoil}
 PJosper .Méthot... .ltTicolet. 
John LeBoulillier.,...... . Bonllventw'e. Israel Wood PoweU.,.... . KmfoLk. 
GeGrge Sherwood..,. . . . . . Brockville, (towln.) G B k H 11 
 }t.Torthumberlar/(T, 
W.illiam Stewart......... .B.ytou:n, (town.) eorge ar er a.....! (Xorlh Ritling.) 
George Lyon............. Carle/on. Adam H
nry :\feyeFS,.... .Do. (
o!Jth Rilling.) _ 
Louis Lacoste........... ,Chambly. Hon. D. B. Pari.neall.,... Uttuwa. 
Louis Guillet............. Champlain. Hobert Ridc1ell .... _.. . . . Oxford. 
Hon, J. Hillyard.Cameron. . Cornwall, (town.) Lewis T. Drummond ... .Portl/ellf'. 
- Lemipu'{ ........ .Dorchc
tcr. Xeil Stewart,....... ......Prescott. 
Robert Kugent Watts,.... . Drummond. Roger Uates Conger.,.... . Prince Edwm'd. 
Geor
e 
lacdonell ....... . Dunrla.., lIon. T. C. AylwIn, l Q b ( 't ) 
John Tucker Williams ... . Durham. Jean Chabot, 5 .... uc ec, &1 y. 
John Prince....... . . . . . . ,Essex. Pien e J. O. Chauveau, . . . . Qltebec, (l:ûunty.) 
Henry Smith............. Frontenac. W olfred i\" elson. , . .. .. ..' Richelicu,,,, 
Robel t Christie. . . .. ..... Gaspé. Louis ßertraml........... Ril1lou
ki. 
John Santield Macdonald; . Gb>ng01'Y' Ti,molhée F,anchère.... ..Rollville. 
Hamilton Dibble Jessup... Grenville: Archibald Petrie .....,.'. Rftssell. 
David Thompson .. ...... Haldimand. H:)I1. 1'1. P. DeS,LaTerrière,S.lguclW.y. 
George ChalmNs. ...,... Halton. 
tf'phen Sewell Foster. . . . - ShetJurd. 
Hon. 
ir A. N. MacNab.. . Hamilton, (Çity). Edwa rd Hale. . . . . . . . . . . . Shcrbrooke, (town.) , 
Edmund M umey . . . , . . .. . Hastings. Samuel Brooks.... . . . . .. , Shcrbr
rìkc(countj') .' 
:!enjamin Henry Lemoine.. Huntin;don. Hon, William B. Robinson.. Simcoe
 
lIon. William Cayley .... Huron. John l\lcC')lJnell .,.... .. Slanslcad. 
Amable Berthelot........ J(anwuraska
 Donald Æneas l\laclonell. . Slorm01It. 
Josepb 'Woods .. ....... Kent. Thornas roulillier ......' Suint Hyacinthe. 
lion. Jobn A. Macdonald. . Kingston. François D
'saunier ...... Saint ,1I1aurice. 
Ma\c,)lm Cameron... ...' LWlOrk. 110:1. L. H. La FOlltawe. . . . Tcrrcborme. 
Ogle Robert Gowan, . . . .. ,Leeds. Bon. D. ß. Yiger ........ 1.'hree Rit'el's. 
Jacob De Witt... .... ... Leinslcr. William H. Boulton, { 1.1 t ('t ) 
.Benjamin Seymour. . .' " Leno];
. .Ilddi1t<J;tor. Hon. Henry Sherwood, 
 .. oron 0, Cl y. 
William Hamilton l\lenitt Linroln(N. Riding) William HenlY 
cott .,... Tu:o Mo.ltntains. 
J.mes Cummings.. ..' ...Lincoln (S. Riding) JacqJJPs Philippe Lantier .. Vuntlreuil. 
Charles F. Fourui-er...... .L'IsLct. James Leslip ............ VCl'c/li.res. 
John Wilson,........... . London, (town.) James Webster. ........... JJ-aterluo. 
Joseph Laurin.......... ,.Lutbiniire. HarUJ
nnus 
mith ....... Wén[u'Orl.\. 
H on. Dominick Daly... . . . .ltJe
('ntic. Léoll Hous
eau.....,..... ]'amas/
a. ' 
Edwarù Ermatinger ..... .J';Jifldle<e;r. .Tames Hen'ey Price....... York, (1st Riding.) 
Hon William Bad
ley. . .. . Nissisquoi. Georg\' Duggan. ..... .. . ... YoT!r, (2raIRiding.) 
Joseph Caucholl ........ ltlontmorency. George l\lonro, . . . .: . '" . . J:ol'k, (3rJ.,H
d!ng.) 
1t()1l. George Moffatt.. ., 
 lI-Ji t,. I ( 't ) Bon. Hobert BalJ;uo .....} m'k, (4th
R,dlllg.) 
Hon. C. C. S. DeBJeury.. 5 . on ,ea, Cl y. 


JÞ
RIIHNE
T OFFICERs.-WiIliam B. Lir.Ò:ay, Clerk; G. TI. ,Fairhault, .'lssdlJ'fIt do.; 
H.-.W. Wicksteed, Law ClerkandEn
li
h TraILs/a!oT; \Y. P. PatJd., Chief O.tJice C'frk; W. 
JIloos. Chief Clerk of CQmmillees;_ Hpllri Yoyer, F,.ench T,.amlaLfJl:'; P. E. Gagnon, Clel'k of 
Prench Jøurnals; G. 1\1. Mllir, Cluk of Enf!lj,\h do,; .\IIÚ'd Patrick, Clerk of CCI)Jmillee-s; 
Thomas \?aux,., 2nd Office CLe,'" and Accou.ntant; Alfred Toùd, Cle,'''' of CommillfCS.; W. ß. 
Lind!;ay, Jr., .l1.
sisfnnt Law CLerk. anti English Translnlor; G. Le\le
C)ue. .I1s
i6ta;.J French 
T"olultltor; n. P. l\]yralJd, do. do.; J. Huston. do. do.; Willi?m Winder. Librarian; AlpbpIIs 
'rod,l, .t1s,çistant do; George K. Chisholm. Scrgcanl-nt-.I11'ms: J. n. l\10rand. Thaddt'us .Pallick. 
Hml'Y Hartney, K. Barton, \\'. II. Lemoine, W. Spink, L. Belthelct, and H. B. SllIart, Juniol' 
Oln/;:s i A. L. Cardinal. Chicf Nfs,
enger; Robert Defries, Post ltIasLel'i John Camt'I'ou, 

"igf(mt Miiicnge,' i John O'Connor, Dwr-Kecpc1'. 



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THE CUSTOJIS LA \V OF CAX ADA. . 
.By an AH t)e- the Legislature of 
an
da, passed in 18-17, the laws relating to Cm:tom8 arp. 
censolidatf'd. The ne,
 Act comes 111 lorce on 51h January, 18-18, and former Acts are from 
thence repealed. (3) The Dllties of Customs to be raised upon importations into the Province 
3.re enuml'rated in a table, of which we annex a copy. There is alsl) n" Table of Exemptions," 
the articles enumerated ill which may be imported wilhout payment of any ùUly. The Governor 
:n Council may>exempt from duty ailY article sè\bjecteù, in- the filst mehtioned table, to .:11 all 
valorem duty, as bein
 unenllmerated in the said table. A reciprocd exemption from duty of 
:ill articles (except s, irits or slrong waters) being the growt,h, produce, 01' manufacture of the 
British Kmth Amelican Colonie.., is a:HTIOTist:d by the Act. (-1.) Currency, JVeights and 
Jleasuns.-_-\J1 monies granteù or imposed in any way by the Act
 are computed ill Provincial 
currency; and all dulies are to _be' I:aid 
nd rec
ived 
ccording to the Briti,s
 weights a!1 d , 
measures in use on 6th J1I1y, 1823. (
.) 1he mOnies levied unùpr the Act, arIsmg from.dutles 
or penalties. and belongiug to Her l\Ia
e
ty, are 
o be paid over by the respective ofikers 
receivinU' the same to the.' Receiver-l7eneral, .and shall form part of the COßsolidated 
Revenu; of the Province, to be accounted' [or through the Lords Co:" missioners of 
the Treas1lfY in the \lsnal. manner. (8.) Entry and unlading of GO(Jds.-No goods shall 
'be unladen from any ,essel anivin
 from any place out 01 the Province, unt4t duly entered, 
ami warrant 
ranted - tor unlading; roor shall any goods be EO unladen, (unless for 
!he pUI'po
e of li;htcni1!g a vessel in crossing over a shoal, or bar, or sand-ba,tlr.) except at some 
pI are at which an officer of the CU3toms is appointed to attend, or at some place for ,\'
ich a , 
sufferance shall be.grantt=d by the Colle{:10r. All goods unladen cOlltruy to the regulatIOns of · 
the Act shall be fOlfeiteJ. (9.) Port of Entry-Perwlty-Seizllre.-Neithf'r shall it be lawful 
to import any goods, by sea, land".
oast\vise, .01' inlaml navigation, whet
er liable to duty or not, 
t'xcept into a regular port of entry, at whlC'h a Custom HO'\:j1i! now IS, or may be hereafter 
lawfully established. Uoods c
}jerwise impf)rted shall be forfeited, together 1\'ith the vessel 

entai.rÜn
 them, ifc-fless "alue than .f:20J: if worth more than tbat sllm"the vessel may be 
leizoo, and the :\Ias.t>r or person in charg
 shall incur a p
nalty of .f::.WO. The vessel may. 
be detained until paYrPeut, or se('urity be gi\"en fC'f-the payment ot the penalty. Unless 
payment or security be gi,'en within thirty düys, the vessel to be sold fOr the penally. Like 
pQnalties are imposeù fot, carrying 
oods past tae C'
stom House, or removing lhem from the 
.tation appointed tor their examillation by the Collt'ct-or, before they shall havê been examined 
and all duties thereon-paid, and a permit given accordingly. In any case of illicit importation 
by land. the goot.l3:shdll be forfeite.l, together 'with the 
(1rriage. arid all the harnf'ss and tackle 
and the horses or otht'T cattle employeù in ;mporting or removing the goods., (10.) Roport to 
Custom llOllse.- The Master of every vessel arriving from sea 01' c<>astwis
, whether laùen or in. 
bállast, mu
t go.llirectly, bt'fore bre,king bulk, to the Custom House for the port at \\ hich he 
arrives, and make a report in writin
 to the Collector of the ani\'al ami voyage, statiJlg the 
name of the ves
el, country anù tonnage. (and, if British, the port of reb'istry,) the name and 

ountry of the :\1aster, the country of .the owners, the uumber of the crew, ar,d how many 
Br.e of the cc.untry of sllch vesrel, an:.! whether she be laùen or .in ballast, and, if laJen,- the 
p.lrticulars 6' the cargo, the mark
 anù numbers o)f every package and pa,rcel of gOûlts on boai'll 
where the same was laùen. anù w
4i!Te and to whom con"igned, and where any, and .\\ hat good;;, 
if (lay, h.vJ b'!en unladen during the voyage, as far as any of Buch particulars can be koown to 
him. Penalties.-The penalty fonmlading any goods before repOl'ting, or lor failing to report, 
or for making an IIntrue report, or for not truly ariSWE'r;n.g the q 1 lestion3 demanded of him, is 
.:ClOD. .!1mcnderI Report -Any goods not reported shall be for l'cited, unless it shall ap.pem that 
there was no fl'iJudulent ;ntentlûll, ill which case the !\1rster shall be allowet\ tf) amend his 
rel1ort. TV/wt is a Coasti...
 J-oya.;e.- The Gover nor in Coun('il may, by reg11Ia!inn, declare 
any trade or voyage on t:lt'!,rivt"rs, lakes and waters, within or aùjaçent to the Province, 
 h
tber 
to .or,rrom any pl.dce \'\'ithin or wilhout the PrfJ
in
e, to be a coasting traùe or a coasting :voyage, 
'{nthm the mea rung of the Act, whether such .f1\'ers, lakes or water
, be or b
 not geo
mphically, 
or tor the purpos P.S of-other A('ts or Laws, mlaa.\ watel!'; amI. all carrYIng by 'Nater which 
.hall not be a carrying by sea or coast""
se, shall be deemed to be a cdrr}"ing .by inland 
navig,ation. The, Uovernor.in Council may also,. Irom time to .time,.with regard to 3!1Y such 

oastmg trade, dispense with such of the' requ.rements of thIs sect/Of! as he may 'deem in- 
.xpeùient or unne('e
sary to enforce. The necessary uischa.rging, .forihe purpose of lightenir,g 
the vessel in orùer to pass a shoal, or otherwise lor the saf!:!t)" of l:he'vessel, shall not- deemed ;;n 

nla wful 1
,:di
lg 01' breaking of bulk. Ill.) !'II
nd Imporf.:;ti?ns.-Uooùs arriving by laral or 
Inland nüvlgatlOn Iw"I1 any place beyol1'J the hmlls of the Pro'\'!nc.e, ..ave to be reported in like 
manner, under like penalties. (12.) JFhelL and how GooJs 1l.ltS!; be ElIlcml and LwuJed.-(;oods 
imported by sea, or from any place witl'C'I
t ths Provi/!ce, mU5.t he dulyenteied ami landed 
yvithin five days of t?e arrival of the imporling ve
e;cl ; and goods imporf('r\ by inland navigatio; 
111 a clecked vessel 0 one hundïed tons lHllthen or more, :nu
l be dul r e"tered (lnd landed wilhifl 
two days 
f the ve<'sel's arr ivaI; and gooùs imported. by inland ilaviga\Ì()n in any ur.decke.i 
1'essel, or many \'es
el of less than one hundred tons burthen, (11' by laml,. must be duly entered, 
a
d }Jl'Odu
ed to the proper.officer within t\\'t'nty-Jo
r holl!':> alter their importati\.1n: F01'1Il of 
Entl'y.-1 he person fi!nterwg allY g00ds, whf'tl1er Inwal df or out waHls, must d..I1\'er to thli 
Collector a bill of entrY1 in appoihted form, f<lirly Wl"Ì.tNI or 11lil.:ld, !' p:ut:y written Of pilr\iv 



CUSTOMS] 


36 


[LA 1f-. 


printed, containing the name of tbe importer or f'xporter, and if imported '-Ir exported by water, 
the nam
 of the vessel, and of the Ma5>ter, and of thp plac
 to or from which bound. wnd of the 
place within the port where the goods are to be ul.laden or laden, and the description of the 
goods, and the mark
 and numbers and contents of the packages, and the place from or to which 
the goods are imported, or pxported, or carried. ami stating whether 
ucb place be within or 
without the lim-its of the Province. Duties must be paid dowll.-Unless the goods are to be 
wareh0used, as provided by the Act, the importer must at the same time pay down all duties 
upon the entry of goods inwards; whereupon th
 Collector shall immedi3tely 
rant his warrant 
fðr unladin
, and a permit for the conveyance of the goods further i'Jto the Provinre, if required. 
If not paid, to be rVarehouserl.-In default (f entry and landing-, or production of goods, or 
payment of duty. the officers of Customs may convey the goods to the Customs' Warehouse. 
May be soli in three months.-If not duly entered, and the c1uties paid within three months. 
together with all charges 01 removal and warehouse lent. they shall be sold by public auction 
to the hi
hest bidder. and the proceeds applied first to the payment of duti,:,s and charges, and 
the overplus, if any, after discharging the vessel's lien. shall be paid to th
 owner of the goods. 
Jf to be sent to another Port.-In the cast> of goods brought in a df'rked vessel flom any place out 
of the PrO\ iuce to any port of entry therein, and not landed, if it be intended to convey the 

oods to some other port in the Province, in the Same vessel, there to be landed, then the duty 
ihall not bp paid, nor the entry completed. at the first port, but at thf'. port \\'h re thf' goocl. 
&hall be landed, and to which they sh311 be conveyed accordin
ly. under such regulations, and with 
iach serurityor precautions, for compliance with the requirements of the Act, as the Govemor 
io Council shall from time to time appoint. (13-) Entry by Bill of SiglLt.--lfthe importer of 

ooð.s on which a duty ad v rlorem is imposed, shall su bSCI ibl' a declarati')J) bef.Jre the Collector, 
tbat he cannot, fur want of full in/ormation, make a perfect entry, the CoUector may cause the 
goods to be landed on a bill of si
ht lor the senral pa.cka
es, by the best description that can 
be given, and to be sepn and eXoimined by the importer, at his exper,se, in the presf'nce of tb. 
Collector, and to be delivered to the importer on his depos.iting in the hands of the Collector 
iuch sum of money as shall, Ìlì the judgment of the latter, be flJlly sufficient to pay the dutiel5, 
and engagiug to make a perfert entry wIthin a time to be appointed hy the ('oliector. In the 
event of tlw perfect entry not being completed within the time specified. tht> money deposited 
shall be hplù to be the ùuty accruing on such goods, and shall be dt'alt 'fl"ith and acconnted lor 
accordiugly. (14.) Entry by .I1gent.-\\ herl any person shall apply to an l\tIìcer of Customl5 to 
trans3ct bll:sinf'ss on behalf of another person. the officer may require the applicant to produce a 
written aUILorilY from þis principal. and f(lilin
 his producing 
;uch. the officer may refuse to 
transact the Lusilless with him. Business (hne by an agent shall bind the principal. (15.).I1d 
"alo-em Duties.-In makin!! enrry of 
oúds where the duties al
 chal'
ed ad valorem, such YaluC! 
iball he the invoice value of the goods at the place from whence they were imported. with tbe 
addilion of ten pounds per.centum thf'reon. The importer shall in the bill of t'ntry state the 
value for duty accurdingly. and immediately producf! to the Collector the original invoice (if 
any there be) of the glods. in order to prove their value; and shall make alld subscI:
ti a 
declaration in the lollowiJlg form:- 
"I A B , of --, df) declue that thp Invoice (01' illvoices) now prod.ced by me is (m- 
are) just and true. and that it contaillii (fir they t'ontoin) th. u:...t l"rtirularl5 and true price. 
of the artides slIhject to ad valOl'ellJ. dlltyand melltioned in th
 annex, d Bill of Entry, and that 
I alii the importer (or the Agent or Clt'rk 01 C. D_, the importer) thereot: 
"Witness my hand the day oC 


,. The aboTe declaration signed 8t 
in my presenc
. 


this · 


"A. D. 
day 01 


" E. F, Collpl'tor- 
" (Or other p1'Opel' officer_)" 
The ('08t of thl' good
 so declared, shall. if not (1ispufl'd hy the Collector, wilh the addition t'1Í 
tf>.fI per ct'ntum, be the value for duty. n-hen Ilnder l'{;aI1Jalue, (jr on Invoìce.-:-\hould it appear t. 
the ColI
ctor that the goods h..ve Leell InvoicPI. helow their real and 11 ue value at tbe place when('e 
tht.y were imported, or if the' e Le no J nvoice. the arti,'leii' may 'be examined bv two compdent 
per::.ons to Leappoinlt.dfmm time to time by the Gove,nor ill ('ouncil, to a t \\hf'neverneedmar 
a.
 as examiners at the port. who shall declare 011 oalh, beJi)le the Collertor. what is the true 
Md real vJ.lue of 
ul'h articlps at the place whence thpy were imported, awl the value 60 d
 
d:.Hed wilh the additioll of tell per l'pntnrn. shdll be that according to which the duties impo!1 ð 
a.ilall be charged and paid_ (16) Furlhcl'proof-Tbe Collect0/ may /'I_quire fJOm 'he Tmportf'!" 
bef(lr
 admilling' the g')od. to entry, SIJ( h fu I t her proof as he may deem necf'
sary. Ly oath or de- 
('lara lion, production 01 Invoices, or Eills of lading, I)r other\\ i
e. tbat tht' goods are PloJ'erly dea- 
ci-ibed and rated for duty; or. ifclaim('d.to be t'xt'mpted Iro.n the pa} nlt'ntol duty. that thf'}' co
 
propedy within the meaning of the exemptions 
pt'riljed in the Art, 17.) JPlen('(;ntrnts()fpackag
 
are. u.nl;uowl1.-Packages 01 whi
h the importer shall declare the cOlltents to be unknown to him" 
maT be opened and cXdmirJf:.d Ly the ('olleclor, ill the prt.genee of the Importer and at his ..x- 
J.le.u.ie, wlH
 
hl1H alio bear lLeexpeuie of cepaekio:. (18,) JYi'&IITI 
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.rI.h-y.-No entry, or warrant foJ" the landing of goods, or for taking goods out of\Yarp}1ousf, 
.ball be deemed valid, unless the particulars of the goods and packages in the entry, or warrant, 
.hall cOIre!'pond with the p,\fticulars of the goods and packages purporting to be the sam
 in th. 
report of the vessel. or Otht'f rpp0rt \ where any is requil'ed) by which the importation or entry 
is authorized, nor unless the goods !'hall havl' beell properly describf-'d in the entry, by the de. 
nominatiorls and with the charactels and ('ircum!'tallces according to which the goods are 
c.hargpd with duty, or may be importer1; amI any goods taken or df'livered out of allY vessel 01' 
warehouse, or conveYt'd into the Province beyond the Port of Entry, by virtue of any e:'ltry or 
'Warrant not corre!'pondin<T or a
leeing in all such re!'pects. or nut prop...rly describing the 
art1e, 
.hall bp deemed to be goods lantled or taken without due entry, and shall be forJeited. Su,
picicm 
offraud.'-The Collenor, after the entry of any gOf)ds. may, on suspicion 0/ fraud. open and 
e.xamir.e any package, in presence of two or mOIl' credible witnesses, and jf it shall be Jouud to 
1I00ree with the entries, the gf)O(I" shall be repacked at tbe public cost, but otht'fwise they shan 
b
 forfeited t19,) Goods Damaged -If any gOl)ds imported by water, liable to duty. shan 
receive damage dunn
 the voyage. after being l<lden or sbirped. and before bing unbhipped or 
discharged flOm the vessel in which thf'Y shalt be impOi too into tbe Province, or flom allY vessel 
or craft into which they may have been tral.shipp..d for the purpose of beillg ,'onveyed to the 
port of dt stinatiml, so that the owner shall be prejudiced in the sa\f' of t he goods, the Collector 
at the place where they "halt be landell, mdY choose thrt>e Ilisintelested mNchants. expeflf'flced 
in the vallie of such g'Jods, any two of whom, up,m viewing the same, shall certify and declare 
what damJgf' they have received. or how much they are l...ssenetl in their hue villue by such 
damage, in relation to the dutil's imposed, on tl1em, alld tbereupon !he Collector sh.tll make or 
repay a proportionate allo"ance to the imp<>rter. by way of abatemeut of the dillips The mer- 
chants shall be allowed, ill remuneralion for sllch valuation. at the discletion of the Collector. 
a sum not less than lOs, nor more th,JI1 .J )s , ear:h, to be paid by the owner of the g<>ods. (20.) 
Goods lo
t or Destroyed -When any vesspl shall be entered at the Custom House. on board of 
which there shall be gonds, on \\ hich dUly has beel! levif'd or collected. or 011 "hl('h any duty 
bas been deposited, and that thereafter the gl)ods shall be lnst or dpstloyed be/ore being landed 
fmm the \ essel. or from allY vessel or craft employetl to lighten such ves!'el; th...n on proof IIpon 
oath of one or more rredible witnesses, before the Collector, and to his s<ltisfac1Ïon. that the 
goods or any part of them (speclfyin
 the same) ha\e been so lost or dt'stroyed befMe being 
landed, the duties on the whole, or the part so proved to be lost or destroyed. shall, if paid or 
deposited, bf' returnEd to the 0\\ ner. (21.) Good
 exemlJted flom lJuty.-AIl goods exemp1 
from duty as being imported Jor the use of HPr }Iajesly's Troops, or fOi any other purpose lor 
whICh they may be imported In'e of duty. shall, in case of their sale after importation. herome 
liable to and be charged with duties paYdble on likp goods on their impOitatiofi for other pur- 
poses; and if such dUlies be IIOt paid. the goods shall be fOl fl:'ilt'd. and m.ty be seizld allli dealt 
with al'cOidingly. (.n.) .I111owancefor Tare -In all ca
es where duties are charged at'cordin!, 
to the weight. t-ale, guage or mf'asure. such allo"allce sllall be mdrle tor tare al.d dralt upon tbe 
packages, as sh<lll be appointed by rf-'gulalion by thp Governor ill Council: but when the OIiginal 
Invoice sball be produced, and a dpclaration oj its eorrectnl:'ss made in th... terms prescribtd by 
the Act, the Tare accorùing tOiiUl'h Invoice shall be deduc fXI frnm thf' gross weight ,,/ the good2!, 
inòt
ad of the allowances just indi('ated; subject howf'ver to such fUither reg'Alations as th. 
Governor in Council bhdl trom time make (23) 
Va,.ehousing Parts -Th
 following are 
\Varehousil,g POItS. for the purpo
es of the Act :-Amherstbulgh, Broct-ville, Bf-'lIe\llle, Chip- 
pewa, Cobourg Colborne, Cornwall, Dalhousie, Dover, G.)delich, H\lmiltnn. Hope. IÙng!>ton, 
.Montreal, 
iagara, Port Mfitland on the Grand River, Plescott, Quebec, Stanley. St. John'!, 
and Toronto; afld such others as the Governor in Council shall f.om time to lime aplloint. 
(24.) Elltryfol' Exportlltion.-An Importer of goods may enter them for expOl"tation, \\ "hout 
payment 01 duties, on,giving 
curily by himselJ, and one sufficient surety lor thpirf'xportation; 
or he may 'o\ar...bouse tbem on gi\ing 8c:'t'urity by his own bond lor the payment of Ihe dlltie
, 
and the performance of aIL the requilertJPnts of the Act "ith legartl to them;-the penaltyorthe 
bond to be double the am
mnt of H
e duties; subjpct to su<:h rules ami /"t'gulations as the (Jovernor 
in Council sl1d1l from time to time appoint, not being repllgllant to .he Act. SamrZes frOf16 
JVaJ.ehouse.-The Importer may sort, pack, repack. or milke SUC!I lawful aflangements res'pect- 
ing the goods, in older to their preservation or disposal, and t'lke from them moderate samplee. 
wllhout present paymf'nt of duty or enlly. and remove them from olle waret;ou
ing pOlt to 
another, under good and sufficient bonds to the sati"taction 01 the Collector. The gootls may be 
etltered at any lrontier port, with the sanctllln of the Collector. IIIlder bOllds to bis sali
fdction, 
and subject to st:d. regulations as may be made by the Govelnor in Council, to pa"s tbem on ts) 
a warehou"in
 port in any other part of the PrO\.ince. These pri\ ilf'ges are to be used Iluring 
the regular warehouse hours, ana subject to such regulatiolls as the Collector 
hall see fit to 
adopt, as well tOl the carrying and tat-ing of tbe goods tn the warehouse. as tor olber purposeI'. 

Vhen to be fil1ully cleareri.-All such goods must be finally cleared f'jlh
1 for expOltatlO1i 01' 
home con
umptiou, wil hin two years trom the date of the first entl y and wareholl".ing, t unle
 
the Collector shaH see fit to extend the time,) failing wbich the Collf'ctOi is empowered to sell the 
:oods, for tbe payment firs l f)f the duties, amlsecOlIIJly olthe warehouse rent anti otht'r chargea, 
aDd the surplus, if any, shall be paid to the oWlier. Tbe importer may aballd....n any whole 
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,'Ûandrd,,!re.-'If any gOéòs enlert>ò to be warf'hollsed, shaH nof be duly rleposited in the ware- 
house. or shall afterwar.ds be tahn out without due entry and clparance. or having been entered 
and clear.ed lor exportatIOn from the warehouse, shall not be duly shipped or otherwise convt;yed 
ou.t of the Pr
)\'
nce, or shall be aftennrds rplanded, sold. used, or brought into the Province, 
'\\'llhont permls5:JOn from the proper officer of the Cnstoms. they shall be tOlfeiled. {2f1.) Duties 
01
 Goods JVurehoused.-Goods warphOilsed before this Art romes in foree, and rpm.\Ïning so 
wareholJiied after that time. shall, if takell out {or consumption. be snbject 10 the duties to which 
they wOllld be subject if they were then imported. and not to any other. Warehousps élPpointed 
before the pa
sir,lg ?f this Act to c
ntlllue in tor
e; as well a
 all Bonds pre\'ious7 granted, (27,) 
Callle ulld Gram In Bon.i.-An unpolter ot CallIe or SWine may sl,lU"hter, ('ure and pack 
them in Bonll, or if impor ed in the Carcass he may cure and pack the
 in Bond. Also, au 
importer of Wheat. "Iaize, or other grain, may grind and pack the same ill Bond. CIl1'illg and 
Packing.-Thf'slaughtering, curing, grillding. and packill
, must he conducted, under such 
regulations allli restlictions as the Governor in C:)(!II(.il 5bali flom time to time appoint for the 
purpose. These regulations may extend to the substi lution of Bed or Pork. Flour or Meal, in 
quantities E;QlIlvalent to the produce of such cattle and swine. \\heat, maize, or other grain. 
(28.) Transfer of Property in Bond.-Goods warehou
ed may be tran"ferred from par ty to parly, 
on a bona fide Bill of Sale of one or more pal cels. duly eXl"Cult d, and enlef(,d in a book to be kept 
forthe purpose by the Collector. ]Ü-w S.'writy.-The Coll<>ctor may rerei"e fle:>h security 
from the purchaser, and cancel the bond given by the original bonder. to that t'xtellt; plOviùed 
the sal
 t;hall be 
f whole packages only. (2
'.) Leak,l,'je.-The (jo\'(
rnor in Conucil may þy 
regulatIOn authonse such allowance to be mdde 'or lea kag p . natl1ral and unavoidable was te or 
deficiency on goods wal ehoused, a
 he may deem expt dient, bIJI, su 
jt:"('t to 
uch rt'glliatio ns, ,the 
duties shall be pa}able on the quantifies oliginaHy warehoused. (3U.) Expcn'e of Warehousing 
!re.-AII charges and expenses ot unshipping, landing. npeuing.nnparl,jng. repacking, weighing, 
guaging, wareh,)use rent, and all other expe/lses atlelldlllg anytlHng to bt! done .wj'lh ruch goods, 
in order tf) carry the Act into effect. mllst be b,.>rne by the imp
)rter. : (31.) Entryof Vessel, 
ou/wank-The ;\Iaster of every outward bound \'essel. flom any port in the Province, to any 
place beyond seas, or out of the limits of the Province, must deliver to the Cc,lIector an entry 
outwauls, of Ihe destination of the vf'ssel, her ramI', cOlintlY DUÙ lonna
e, (and if Blitish, the 
Port of Registry.) the uame and countlY of the master, the counlry (If the 0" ners, the llUmber 
of the crew, alld how many ale (If the connlly of the vessel. Entry of Curgo.-Before her 
departure, the "Jaster must delivel to the Co)Je(.tor. a content of the goodt; laùen, and the names 
of the rpspecti,'e 
hippers and Consignees, with the marks mid numbers of the packages or 
parcel
, and sllbscribe a (Ieclaratiou to the truth 01 the cOlltent, as far as IUlown to him; and 
moreover, go betC!fe the Collertor, and answer such questious conceflllng the \'el"sel, allli the 
, cargo, if any, alld the ('r
\\' and voya
e, as shall be dem..nded 01 him. ([earanee.-if the vessel 

be laden, the Collector shall theft'upon make 0111 and 
i\.. to the .'\Iaster. a cerliticalt- of ('lear- 
ance of the vessel, for the intended \'oyage, containing an acrount 01 the total qllantities of the 
øeveraJ sorts or 
ouds 13den; or where the/e is no cargo, a cellifirate of the ve:;
el's clearance 
in ballast. Penal/y.-If the \'esspi shall depart without her clt'>3ranc
, or the :\lasler deliver a 
false content, or not truly alls\\'cr the (lut'slions dfmanùul 01 him. he 
hall forfeit the surfi.of 
.t.:lUO (3Z.) Con
lrucliz;e JVarclw/lsing,-H <11'((>1' any 
oods shall have been dilly Ultered or 
landed to be \\'arehou
ed. or enteled and examined to be re-waJt'hnu
ed. and beti Ie they shall 
ha\'e bpcn actually deposited ill the w31f'house, the inlpOiter .shaH fllrlhel enlN thPOI, or any 
part of them, Jor home us
, or fin exportation, <IS Jrom the \nlleh,iu:>t'. they 
hall be considered 
as \"irtually and cQJlslrllcti\'ely \\flft-houseù, or re-\\'alehon8(d. as the c.l
e nsa} be. although 
not aClually deposited in the warehouse. and may be deli\ eled arid hil,en tor hO!TIe use or 
exportatiOJl. (

3,) Bond for Exportalion.-Lpon the t'ntlY outwal(ls of gonds to be 
exported Jrom the warehou:>e, the person entering Hlust give bOlld in double the amount 
of duties of impoltation. with a snfficient SlllPty to be npplOnd by the Collect.)r; \\hen 
the entry shall be by sea. that the t!"onds shall actually Le f'xpOlttd, amI wllf'JI by inland 
navigdtion, that they t;h!lll be landtd auù dell\'cled at the plüce nana d in the elltry outw.ud3; 
or ill 
ilher casf', that tlwy shall be otherwi:of' accollnted fo.. to tbe s!lIÜ,f
lction of Ihe Collec.'or, 
and that such further proof of their ha\ing been properly di!'posed of, as sball be rt'qulled 
by regula1ion 01 the Goveillor in Council. shall be plOùucHlto tltt' Collutor, wilLin a rerio
 to 
be named in the bond (34 ) Bron-ling of Goods -The (;o\'emor iu Council müY, by If'gulatJOn, 
direct that any 
oods elltered at the Custom Housp. betore bt'iug dt'Ii\'t'led by the oHi<'t'ls tO,the 
imp'" tel', slldll be marked or stamped, in such mallller as may lJe dircelfd by sueh }'t'gniallons 
for the security of the re\ enue. l3,j I Penally for forging mat ks -H any }lelson shall torge or 
counterfeit any mal k or brand, tf) resemble any which 
hdll be prO\ idcd awl used for lhe 
purpos s of the Act, or the impres
ion of any sueh mal k or bnmd. or st'lJ, or expose to sale, ?T 
have in his cU5tody, any goods with a counterfeil malk or bral,d, kllowillg it to be cOLiuterfelt, 
or Lise or affix any sllch m<Hk 01' braud to any other goods IPfjuiled tll be sl3mpl'{1, olher thau 
those to which it was originally affixed. snch goods shall be fOlfeill'd. al:d e\'e
.y 
uch ofiell
er, 
and those aidicw. abettiug. or a:o
istilfg him. sh<dl for p\'elY SOlei, offence I..rlnt awl pay,f;JO; 
the penalty to be sllmmalily f,'eoverdble. 011 II'f=ill proof. beJore ar y Iwo Ju!>tÌ('es ot II,e J'eace; 
in default of paymeut, tile party shall be commilled to (;aol 101 a period not exceclli, g tweh"e 
,calelldar months. False Su;earing.-11 auy wilJully fal3e oath be made in any case \\Lere 
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the Act an oath is required or auth';ï;sed, tbe party sball be gyilty of wilful and corrupt perjl1T}, 
and liable to punishment accordingly. (3(j.) COllnb'rfeit pnpels.-If any person shall coun- 
terfeit or fal:.ify, or use
when so counterfeited or falsified, any papPI' or document required under 
th3 Act, 01' for any pL1l"post' therein mentIOned, whether written printed, or otnerwise. or shall 
by any false slatement procure sllch document, or shall forg
 0;' cOl1lltelft'it any cerrificate 
relating to any oath, affirmation or decl.uation required or authorized by the Act, kno\\'ilJg tbe 
same to be forgf'd or counterft'iled, such person !-hall be guilty of a rr.i
dt'mean')r, and upon 
conviction, liahle to b
 punished accol"lingly. (37.) Goofs l'relerderl to be Sll/llf{!:{led.-If any 
person shall off-!r for s.lie any gflo Is under prett'nce that they are prohibited, or ha\'e been un- 
shipped, and run on shore, or brought in, by landoI' otherwise, without paympnt of duties, then all 
Euch.gOoJs (alth
Jtlgh not liable to any dutips, I'!or prohibited) shall be forfeited, and the persons 
offering them for 
ale shall forteit treble their vallie, or the penalty ot LJO, at the option of the 
prosecut,)r; whkh penalty shall be recoverable summarily, upon legal proof, before anyone or 
more Jusrices of the Peace. In defaliit of payment, on cønviction, the offend!'r shall be com- 
mitted to Gaol for a period 1I0t exceeding sixty days. (3S.) Pret'ention of Smllggli1lg.-AIl 
officers and otheTI': employed in the Customs shall be decm
d employed for the prevention of 
smuggling. In any suit or infO! malion, the averment that such party was so employed shall 
be sum.:iênt, ullle:s the defpndant shall prove to the contrary. Their powe1's.-Every such 
officer or per30n shall h,\\'e full power, upon informatIOn cr reasonable grounds of suspicion, to 
detain, op"n and examine any pJ.ckage suspected to contain prohibited property or smugg
ed 
-goods, and to ho.ud any vessel, boat, canoe, C'ani:\ge, waggon, cart; sleigh, or other vehicle, or 
means of conveyallce of any d!:':ocription whatever, and te stop and detain them, whether 
arriving f!'Om places beyond nr within the limits of the Province, and to rummage and search 
all parts of Ihem f-or prohibited, fì)("feited, or smuggled goods; and if any such be found there, 
to seize the vessel or vehicle, with 2.1\ the applHtenances attaohed to it at the time, and the 
goods and other tll
ngs tnerein, and the sam
 shall be torfeited. The officer in the discharge of 
this duty is autharised to (:all in sitch aid and assi!'tance, in the Queen's name, as may be 
.;:ecessary for securing ar:d rl'Otecting the seized vessels, v
hicles, or property. Justification of 
Officer.-If no prohibited, forfeited, or smul:!gleli goods shall be found, the officer or person 
employed, ha\'ing had reasollable cause to saspect that 
uch would be fl)lllld therein, shall not 
be liable to any prosecution or action at law Jor a'IY such search, detention or stopfW-ge. Penally 
for refusing to stop,-All .:\lasters or person, in charge of any such vf"f:sels, and all drivers or 
pen;:ons clJnd:lcting or hdving charge of such nhicles or cûnveyances, refusing to stop when 
required to do so by sllch officer or persou in the Queen's name; or any pelson being present 
at any su('h !>eizure 01 stoppage, and being called IIpOl1 in the Queen's name by such officer or 
person to aid and assist him in a la wIlli way, and refu!'ing to do so, 8h:.l1l forteit and pay J:50; 
which penalty shall be summarily reco\'ered, on legal proof, b...fore any two .Justices of the 
Peace; and in default of payment, the offender shall be committed to Gaol for a perir;d not 
exceeding six monlhs. (3:1.) Pllnishment jOl"1'esisling Offi
ers, 
'c.-Ifany person shall, under 
any pretence, by actual assault, force or \'iolence, or by threats of sllch, in any way resist, 
oppose, m')lpst or obstruct, any officer of Cu"toms, or person acting in his aid or assistance, in 
the disch.trge of his duty. under the authorily of this or allY other Act of the Pro\'in('e relatmg 
to Customs, tlade, or n,tvi
ation; or shall wilflilly or maliciou!>ly shoot at, or attempt to destroy 
cr damag
 any ves::".1 or boat bèlonging 10 Her .\Iiljesty, or in th
 service of the 1'1'0\ ince, or 
maim or wOlIIl,1 allY officer of the Army, l\avy, Mdline, or Customs. or any person acting in 
his ai lor as",istance, while duly e:nplnyed for the pre\'ention of sml!
g(in!{, and in the execution 
of his duty; 01' if any person shall be tiJund with any goods liable to seizure or folfeit'ue, and 
('arryillg offcnsive arms or weapons, or in any way tli"guised; or shall stdve, break, or in any 
(l,estroyall} Shl'h gl)OUS, before or ant'r their actual seizure; or shall scuttle, sink, or cut adrift 
a:JY vessel, or destroy or illjure any vehicle, befme or 
fter such seizure: or shall wilfully and 
maliciou:oly destlOY or injurc, by tire or otherwise, a"y Custom BOllse, or any building what- 
so
ver in whi
h seized or forfeited glJods are depnsitl'd or hert, su<.:h person, UP,)IJ conviction, 
shall be adju,I
f'd g..ilty of felony, and punishable accordingly. (40.) Company fouwl wUh 
Smuggled (;0 J./s.-If any ti\'e .01' more per
ons ill company be loltnd together, and they or any 
of them shdll ha\'e any g"O(h hable to forfe.ture under the Act, every such person shall be guilry 
of misdemeanor, aud, punishable accordingly. (41.) IIilin; persons to Smuggle.-Any person 
who shall by allY IT:cars I'rorure or hire others, or depute or authorise them to assemble tor the 
purpose of (wing cOIl('crned in the landmg, or IIn",hippilig. or canying, or ,'onve) illg any gOl)ds 
which are prûhibited to he imported, or the dllties for which have not been paid or secured, 
shaH for every person so proclI\'ed or hired forltit L:2b. (-12.) Vessels Iwcerillg.-lt any vessel 
shall be fuulltl hn\'ering, ill I:>ritish waters, within one lea"ue of the coasts or sllores of the 
Prm-illce, allY officer of Custom:; may boar,1 her, and freely stilY on board while she shall 
remain within the hmils of the Pro\'ince. If the vessel be bOll fill elsewbere, and continue 
hovering for twellty-fuur hours after the 
Iaster spall be required tl) depart by the officer of 
Customs, the l.t'tcr may brillg the n'ss
1 into port, and cxamille her ('argo; and if any goods 
p.ro
ibit!'d to be imp,o, tf'd illto the Provinre be iound on boar,l, the vessel, with her apparel, 
Jlggmg. tacl';(p, fUIIIl'ure, stores and cargo, shall be forfeitf'd. If till' ;\Iasler or pelsnn in charge 
Ehall refuse to ('o:'nply with the lawful directions 01 the officer, or shall not truly answer such 
questions as 
hall be put to him respecting the ship and ve::òsel, or her cargo, be snail forfeit and 



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pay LIOO. (43.) Harboring Smurrgled Good,;.-J( any person shall knowingly barbor, keep, 
eonceal, purchase, sell or exchange, any 
oods Illegally imported into the ProvincE', whether 
dutiable or not, or .....,hereon th
 duties payable shall not bave bef'n paid, he shall forfeit treble 
the \'alue of tbe goods, as \\'pJl as tbe goods themselves. (44.) Vessels, 
'c., used in carryinf{ 
fCJrfeUed Gootl.
.-.-\ II vessels and boa ts, with their ;;uns, tackle, apparel and furniture, carriages, 
narness. tackle. horses and catlle, made USe of in the removal of' any goods liable to forfeiture 
under the Act, shall be forfeited. Every person who shall assist, nr b", other" ise concerned in 
the unshipping, landing or rrmO\'a1. or rn the kll'borif.g of su,.h goods, or into whose possession 
they shall kno" ingly come. shall, besides the goods. f0rfeit treble their valu
, or the penalty of. 
L50, at the option of the officer of Cusloms, or tbe palty who shall sue for the 
: me. The 
aTerment in an}' information or lihel to be exhibiled for the recovery of such penalty, that the 
party has eleC1ed'to sue lor the sum menliom'd, will be sufficient. (45.) Takinfr u/my Goods, 
4'c., sei::ed.-If any person, whether pretending to he the owner or not, shall secretly cr openly, 
with or without. force or violence. take or carry away any goods. vessel, carriage. or other 
tbing. which 
hall haH> bl-en seized or (Ietained on suspicion as forfeited under the Act, before 
they shall have been dedared by compptent anthoTllY to have been seized without due cause, 
and with )ut the pf'fmission of the officer st'izing them. or of some comp':'telJt aUlhority, he 
!hall be deemed to hau' stG
en such gooðs. beir.g the plOperly ot Her l\J!ljesty, alld to be guilty 
of felony, and punishable accordingly. (-16) Where Goods sei;;ed .
hall be Lllken.-I f any goods, 
vessel, boat. or carriage. liat-.le to 101 lei lure. shall be stopped or taken by any Police officer, or 
other person duly aUlhorise.l, they shall be carried to the nearest Custom House, or place which 
!hall hav
 been appointed lor the }lurpose by the Governor in Council, amI deh\'e/td to the 
proper officer appointed to rpcei\e them, within forly-eight houls ant'/' they were stopped and 
taken. (-11.) Goods stopped on suspicion of beinq- stolen.-If an}' such 
oods shall be stopped or 
taken by I he Police pmcer on suspicion that tt.ey had been feloniously stolt'll, he shall carry 
them to the Police Ot!ìee to \\ hich the t Bender is taken, in 01 del' to be produced at the trial; 
and he shall give notice in writing to Ihe Collector at the nealest port to where the goods are 
det<,ined. of his havin,g detained them, with the particulars. Immeùiately after the tlial they 
shall be conw)'ed to, and dppo
ited in the Cllsf(1m HOllse, or olher plare arpoilJlf'd, and pro- 
ceedin:!s reldlive to them slaall be had according to law. In case any Poht:e (tficer making 
detentiofl of such goods shall nf'glect to cOllvey them to the warehollse, or 10 
i\'e notice of 
having stopped them. he shall fOlÍpit 1:25. 
uch penalty shall be recovt'rable g. Immarily, before 
anyone or more Jusliees of the Peace; and in default of payment he shaH be committed to 
Gaol for a peliod not exceedil:
 thirty days. (4-<.) Things sei::.ed and'llot claimed.-Articles 
seizf'd as f,)lfeiled shall be åeemt'd to bf' r"ndemned, and may be-dealt wilh accOldir,gly, unless 
the persous flom whom they are seized, or the owners. shall gi\'e nOlice in wliling to the 
officer of Customs. within one calendar m nth. that they claim or intend to cl(Jim them. Any 
Judge havin
 competpnt juri,diction to try and determine Ihe seizure, mJY. wilh the consent of 
the Collector \\ here the articles are securt'd, order them to be deli vel et! to the 0Wlj(:,r. on his gi,'- 
ing bond. wi I h t",o sulficient Sll reti,'s, to be a ppr oved of by t he Collector. to 1'a y dll" ble t he value 
;n case of condemnation. The bonds shall be taken to Her 1\laje
ty's use, in the Collector's 
name, and hpt by him. In case of condemnation of the aJtirJes st'ized, Iheir value shall be 
forth\-\'i,h p.lid to the Collector. and the bond cancelled; otherwise the Jlt nalry of Iht' bond shall 
be enforced ami recovered. (.19.) Defendant Lo give security,-Upon fìlillg allY illJìHmation ior 
tHe recovery 01 aflY pen,dty N fortpitule, the Jud
e may, upon affida\'it of the prosecuting 
officer, that there is reaSûIl to believe thai the defelldant will lea\'e the PlOvince without 
satisfying the ppnally. issue a wanant for his arrest, and delenlion in the common Gaol of the 
Di:strict, until he gin>s satislàctory se
urily fM the paymer.t, with cosls, in case of conviction. 
Th...pal'ty prosecuting, If tht'Y recover the penally, shall be elJtit/ed also to recov
r Jull costs 
of suit; anù the whole may be le\'it'd 011 the goods aut! ebatlels, lands and telJements of the 
defendallt, in the onlinary ma1ll'lf'r. (50.) Goods. pas.
il/g tlte 
Vellan,f Cal/al, 
r.-With regard 
to goods com'eyed directly thlO'lIgh the \\' elland Canal. or olherwise b\- land or inlar,d navigation, 
from ore part of the flOntier bel ween the Province and Ihe Ulli:ed 
tates to anothf'r, without 
any intention of unl(Jdlll
 the goods in the PlO\'illce; or with /,pgard to travellers p:.ssilJ
 through 
a portion of the PlOvinc'" or coming into it with their carriages. baggage, &r., with the 
intenIJOJI of forth" ith returnillg to the UlJited States; or wilh f{'gard to pen.ons who may have 
gone to the United 
tates flOm the Province, a'ld return to it with such articles: thou
h these 
may be strictly importations. it may, neverthpl-ess, be inexpedient that dUli...s should be levied 
011 tbem. The Goverllor in Council is therefore empC\\t>red; from time to time and as occasi<>fl 
may require,. to- make reg-IllatiolJs, and to direct undt:f what circumstances the culy shall or 
shall not be 'p,lid'. aNI under whdt conditi011S it shall be /'emille t or returllerl; :!nd to cause, 
bonùs or other securitiea I,) he given, or precautions taken, at the exp"nse of the importer, 
(whether by placill" offit'ers of-Customs on board of any vessel, or otherwise,) as to him shalL 
seem meet. On the refusal of any importer to comply with these regulations, the duty on the. 
goods imporleù shall forth" il h b, come payable; and anything so brought in and eXf'mpted: 
from dIJ
Y, shall. if sold or offered lor sale without previous payment of duty, be held to have. 
bet!n ille!,;ßlIy imporled. amI shall be forfeited. (51.) Courts of recovery.-AII penalties and, 
forfeitUl't's may bf' sue.! for and re('lIvered in thp. Court
 of Queen's Bench or Vice Admiralty; 
if the amouut 51.1'111 not exceed .t:;>O, tben.in the District or Circuit Cowt of the locality. (52.) 



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Prosecutìnns.-AlI prosecutions shall be, unless other provision be ma.de fi1r the Tecovery, by 
the Attorm.y or 
ûhcitor General, or in the name of some IJfficer or officels 01 Customs. or other 
person or persons aUlhorized by thl:' Goveruor In Couucil, alld by no other party. If brought 
before an illferior ('OUft, it shall be t card and determmt'd in a summary mdnner, upon 
informatilJn fylt'd; if before the Queen's Bt'flch or Vice Admiral:y, ir shall be hl:'al1l awl deter- 
mim'd as {lro"ecutions for penaltil:'s anù forfeitures are dealt wilh in the COllit ot Exchequer in 
Enulaud. The lorf"llurt. aud peuafty, after deducting the expen
es 01 pro"l-'culluu. 
h. 11, unl
s8 
oth
r\\'ise pi 0\ ided, bl"long to Her :\Iajesty, for the public u"es of the pf(n iuce. TIiNP IS here 
a special pIO\'i!-wn that 'he net proceeds 01 any penalty or tÌ),f
ilure. or auy portion (If it, may 
be divided bel\\"een the Colleclor of the p,)rt whele the seizure was nmde. or "here the 
information \\as 
ivt'n on \\hich the pro,eculit>n \\as fuunded, al.d allY per"ulI gi\'ln
 Ihe infor- 
mation, or othl"rwise aiding ill etft'ctiug Ihe condemnation of the gOOIlS.OI Itlt' H'I'o\eIY of the 
penalty, ill 
uch p\()pOIliOl.s as the GOH'Hior ill COUlH'il sh,1I1 iu al'y ca"e, or dd"S ot cases, 
direct; but this is not to limil the power vested in the Gm-elllor in C'Jllllcil, \\ ith It'galll to the 
remission of permit es or torfei tures. (;):3.) Proof of DlIlieç ]Juid,-III l'ast' of allY qllPstion 
arising as to the du,it's havillg bee II p,liù. or the gOOlls h,nillg been hlwJlllly i(Jj['urhd. or laden, 
or expollfll, or as 10 allY other thillg having been dOlle by whidl the inrleitUl'l' would be 
Plevented or the penalty avoided, Ihe burden uf J'roof
haillie onlhe owner or cl,lim
lIt of the 
goods, and not on the seizing officer or pr.1secutor. (5-1.) .dverme1l1 of 01l1/1ce.-1 n any 
prosecution 01' other proceeding, the a\'elmt'llt that the die-lice W,I
 colllmllled wii\1in tho 
limits of any pm t 
ha II be ,;l1ffic iellt, \\ it hout plOof 01 stich Ii mi IS, ullle
s I he ('0111 HII Y be plOved. 
(;)5.) Perishable .Ilrlicl..s.-In case of the st'izure of cattle, or of auy pe1i"h..blt: arlicle, the 
Collector IDJ.Y sell tlWID wilhin such time as to prev
ut their b"conllll
 dell',iolille,11I1 value, 
by the expense ot "et'p or deray; the procet'ds to be kept until the articles ale ClII:d"[()lIed, or 
deemed to be condt'mned, or ordt'led tu be If'
toff.d to Ihe rlaimdnt; ill \\ hlch 1,ISI case the 
Court 511all order the Collector to pay the daimant the proceed,; 01 the sail:'. in lieu of cI \\ aIlling 
restitution. But there is a 5pecwl proyiso, that the Cullf'clor 5hall dell\ er tll aliY clilÏmant 
perishable articles seizpd, UpOIl his depo!-itin2' in till:' Collector's hal,ds !>I1l'h a 81111' oj IT.olleyas 
will represt'nt their fu!1 \'alut', or glviug sali
t'd
tory senility that the \ahlt' oj the 
. izUlt' and 
costs shall be paid to the use or Her i\lajt'sty, in CclSf' of cuntlenll1,llion. (;)0.) Uvw claims 
must be enLererl.-'Y.o daim for alticles sf'ized J.nd returned inlo Court lor adj!"ltcaliou, 
hall be 
admitted as valid, unless entered in the ndme 01 the owner, wilh hi" resideltce ;;lld o('rupation, 
under oath, as to the 1110perty, by hImself or his 
Igent. knû\\illg the wrt. (;)ï.) iielluily.- 
1'0 Tellder the claim valid. 
llfficient sPclHity must be 
i\'t'n, untler iI I,"nall) n, t eÀceeding 
1:50, for the costs 311d pendlly; and in dt'fault of serUli:y. the &iZllle 
ho1ll be dt'alt 
with as if 110 claim hdd been made. (j
.) .l.YulicP,ç.-1'\olice of iIJl"lITl.I\lI'1\ exlábited 
in Court, for the cOlldemlla tion of goods sl-ized, rrilist be tOI ü.\\ ith PIli up ill the office 
of the Clerk or Prothonatory of surh COlllt. anri ill the office 01 Ihe Coileclol of Customs 
of the port where the goods are se('[lred. Jf the owner sh,dl t'xhlbit a cldilll to I tit. m, and 
give security, and c0mply with the olher requllements of tht' Act, th," the l Oilit. 
t Its next 
iìÏtting. alter the notice :"hall have been posto-d during Olle c
lelidiH mOllth. may j>loceld to hear 
and dett'lmine the claim. ali<I release or condeOiIl the sl-'izure; otlten\Ì",I:'. aileI' lire ,xl'iration 
of the mO/llh, the 
ooos 
hall be det'med to be condI:'ITHlt'd, alld may bl' 
o\d <IcclIldll,gly. But no 
claim on bthalt of allY pally who 5\1,111 have given notIce 01 hi" Ultl'nlioll to c1"Ìlu. b,,"fure the 
postillg of the Ilotices in Court, &c., shall be admittt'd. unless \'o1llol}' llIdde \\ illtin olle week 
after such posting; 1101' shall allY claim Lte admitted. unlt'ss 1I0tiCl:' thelt'ot 
hall he giH'n to the 
Collector \\ithin olle c.tlel,dar mOllth 11'0 n Ihe s('izllre, (jJ.) .ilucl.on.- \11 "alt.", ",hall he by 
public aurtion, after reasonable public nOlice. sllnjert to such furtht'r le:..ulallOlI", as may!Je 
maùe by the Governor in COlilicil. (6J.) SlJtice of .dcliOll.-1\o Wlil sh.ill he 
"'ed oul again5t,. 
nor copy ofJny proct'ss selved UP"II any officer of the Custom",. or pel",OIl empluy. Ù lor the 
preventIOn of smllg.glillg, for anything dOlle in tht' e'{erci
e üf hi", office, u
llil Ollt' calendar 
month alter nOlice in wllti/lg shall have been delivert'd to him. or ldt at h,s II>U:l pldce of 
abode, by the Attomey or agt'ht of the pally who iutl"\ld:> to !,ue OUl MJrh PIUl't'SS. The 
notice mu"t contain, clearly and expli,'it:y, the c.Juse ot ttJe acti IIJ. the name a 1111 place 
of abode .,f the person who is to blÏI,g iI, aud of the Attorney or agt'lIt; a...1 II') evidence 
of any cause of action 511J.ll be p\'\lduced. except wh ,t shall be ('ollt,tillt'd ill the notice 
referring to it; 1101' shall any verdic.t or jlHl
melit be 
iven lor the PI,lÌniilf UI,It'
8 he ,.hall prove 
on the trial th,lt such notice was given; alld ill dc'fault of ",u('h ploof. Ihe delt'lidanl sh,t I receÎ\'e 
judgment and ('osls (ô\.) 
qlllends.-The delelldclllt may tellder amends II) the l'I'ITII'lainant, 
within one calendar month after such I,olire, and pit-ad such tellder ill b,\I of artion. wilh 
other pleds: if the CQurt shall deem the amends 
utlkienl.jUlh;:nel.t sh,dl I,)!!o\\" li)l' Ih,.. delendant,. 
with like costs as if he had pleadell the gt'neral is
ut'; altd ttle r
"ult shall be tltt' 1:oame, 1:1 ca
t: 
the plaintiff'shal become non-sl.iled, 0; shall disl'OHrinue his action. or jlldglllt'llt sh
1I be given 
for the dt'lcndant UpOH demuner or olhennse, The d.../end,wt may. hy Itd\e f liIe court, at 
any time befl)l p is("ue jl)lIIed. pay mont'Y illlo COUI t, a:. ill otilt I' dcl iOHS (ü2., Tillie alLd Plaef' 
of .Ilclwn.-Every action must be blOu
ht within three c,tlelldar m C )lIlh:! after the .'ause shall 
have arisen; and must be laid alld trie.j iIJ the distlict whele :he fdcts Were c""lmilt. d: the 
detendant may plead the gt>neral issue, and gi\e Ihe speclJ.1 m,lIter ill evidellt'e. (1:3) P1"Obabl, 
Cauie.-If the court shall certify u110n the tCCIiI\I, thdt the ùdellddllt aCh:u Up.OIl plob..t.ble cau.se... 



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thnn tlll" plaintiff sha Ti not be entitled to more than one shilling ðama
es,r.or to anv costs ofsuit. 
(64) .1ction
 for scizue.-If in any action on account of any st'izure
 the court sh-all certify on 
the record that there was prob .ble cau,e of seizure, the claimant sball lIot be enlitled to costs, 
nor shaH thl" pers,m who made the seizure be liablp to any other suit or prosecution on account 
of it; and if any Enit or prosEcution shall be brought. in which a verdict or judgmer.t shall be 
given against the d..fellllJ.n t , the plaintifi', if probable cause be ce'lifi
d on the record, besides the 
thing seized, or its v,\lue, shall not be entitt...d tù !ll'1re than OIle sh:lIin
 damages, nor to any 
costs; lIor shall the .I...ft>n.lant in any pros,>cution in such case b
 fined more than sIxpence. 
(6j.) Limitation of Sui's -All actions for the recovery of penallips or forfeitures may be com- 
menced at any time wilhin three years after the l1ff
nce cl)mmitted (CJ.) .Il 1 'Pcals -.\n appeal 
shall lie from the cOI1\'iclitm by æJl13fice of the Peace, to the QUJ.rtef Sessions, to be trif'd by a 
.lury, on lurnishing bOrld
 with two sufficient sureties, to tbe s.lti
f,lction ùf the conv icting Justice, 
to abi.le the event off>l1ch apppal; and also from the District and Circuit Courts, and the Courts 
ofQueen's Bench, in C.IS
8 where the amount of the penalty or fo:feitnre shall b.. sUI'h, that if a 
judgmrnt for a like a.nount were given in a civil C.Ise. an appE'al \\'ould lie; to be' prosecuted in 
the same way with ordin.Iry app
als. If the appeal be brought by rhe Attorlley or Solicitor 
General, it shJ.ll /lot be nel'es-ary for them to gi\'e security. (67 I Res/oration of GO:Jds- 
The execution of any decision or jlld
rnellt f,>r restoring goo:1s to the claimallt, shall not be 
suspended hy re.Ison of an appeal, provi.led the a:,pellallt shall gi\'e sllfficieut 
eculity, to be 
'
ppro\'{'ll of hy the cøt;rt, to restore the g
0,18 or their 1'1111 value.l to heascertailJeJ by agreement 
or appraisement, I to the appellaJ:!t, in case of a reversat of the .illl]
m"nt on appe<\l, and the ulti- 
mlte cOlll.\emnation o[ the goolls. (ig) False Decla/'ation -If anydedara'inn rEjljuired to be 
made (excepl in C.IS&3 otherwise prO\.idp(1 for', be untrue in any particul.Ir, or ita)" questionE 
required to he put by,any officer of cu
tO:TlS. b
 n'Jt truly answert>d, the guilty party shall, over 
and above any othe
' penalty to which he may be(1ome suhject, f,)rfeit ÆWJ curren.::y. 
(Ii')) JVrit.s of Aisi.stto:r:.ce -Ulu 1 er the aUlhority ofa writ of assistJ.uce proceeJin
 from a Judge 
of tbe Court of Q'leen's ßench, or of Vice \dmiralty, the resident Jr:d:!e of the Di:.lrict of Three 
Rivers, the l'ro\'incidl Jud
e of the District of 
t. Fraucis, n a DistriÙ Judge ul the District of 
Ga<;pe, any officer of ('usto
ns, or person employed ÍJr the purpJse, may, WI h the c n('urrence 
of the G(wern.}f in CGuncil, takin
 witb him a pe<tce-officer. euter in the d IY time allY building 
or other placl' within the jllrii(
iction of the court granting the writ, and se,Hch li)r alld seize a/lY 
go()ds liable forfL'ilure; and. in C,18e of nece3sity. break open any doors, cl.es!s. or other pack- 
HgeS for th,tt purp,>se. Writs'of assistance shall continue-ul l'0rce dMillg- the whole of the reIgn 
in which tlvy grant
,1. and li)r twelve months longer, ,70.1 Per.rdt.-AIlY pefS')1I havingocca- 
sion to rem,>ve go.)ds th,lt hJ.ve b
en duly entered and the dntips paid. 1'1'0111 o:le port to a/lother, 
the Collector, 011 tht"r...qlli"ition ill writing of such pelson within thirty d.lYs afrel the entry of 
the good
, specifying tilt' particular goods and p.lCkag '8 to b.! removed. wit h thei I' ffiJ.rks and 
numbers, Ehall gÜ'e.\ lwrmit in writin
 undt>r bis hand for their removal, b"aJing dùte on the 
(Jay it sh III he III Ide, cOlllainill2 the like Pdrticlliars. 
1II1 c(,l'tifying Ih,lt the gOI) Is have been 
èuly entered and the..duties p,lid. ami statin
 t\-;e p!)rt at.which thrywere pJ.i(!. <Iud that 10 which 
it is intejjd.
d 10coII\'ey th
rn, alld the m )deof{'Q[,\'pyance, and the 1'..1 iod within which they al'e 
.intended 10 be so conveyed. (71.1 q[!hJrs Conn'v;ng.-If allY OmeN of ('UstO:IIS or person 
-employed for the prf\ ention t.f sm'lg
lill!;, \\ ith the CO:ICUlTt'lIce of Ih(> GovPlnOJ' in Council, 
shall mJ.k.. allY cOllusive s'izure, or Zlêlí\'er up. or make allY agleem
nt to delivpr up, or not to 
spize any thillg li,lhle 10 s,'izllre, 01' shall take or ac
q)t allY p'oi1lise of any bnhe, gratuity, 
,recompense 01 reward. I
lf the rwglecl or non-l'clfcll'rrwl1ce .,1' his dUlY, he s. all fodeit for erery 
off
I1l'e 1:).JJ. and b
 n.rulered incdpdble of sPf\'inp II!'r 
LI.ie>ty in any office \\.hatt.ver; an.1 
any p,
rsf)n \\'h) ::,hall gi\'p or otfJI'. or promise to gin
, or (,nll'lIre to b... :.:ivell, 
ny bribp, recom- 
pense, or re\\'.ICd. to. or IShJ.11 m Ikc an\' coliu
ive ugreemp
lt with. 
my 
u('h 01liCl'f or person, to 
induce him in any '.\'<ty to nt>glpct his d Ity, or 
o to COllreal or conlli\'e at an) \cl. whf'rèby the 
pro\'i:.ions of this Act or allY other .etalill:! 10 ('..8toms. &c.. mi:5hl bp e\'ddp{\, tohall J'II feit ':cjOJ. 
(72,) RI?{u!ati.Jw;.fur B{)
dtnJ: alld Emmii1l{. f.; '.-Th
 lxol'ernor in Conllt:il i.. iluthorizpd, [rom 
time to time, to make ll'gnlJ.tiol1s relaling to the w<lI'I,lJ'lll,.ing and bOlldillg tll' such cattle and 
swinp as may be slau
hteled alld cured; alld of such wheat, 1ll,lizè amI uther gldia as may be 
ground uwllldcked in ho..d; alld li)r brandin.::. a 1111 m.1I king all dUlr paiJ g.)ods, ami :;OOdi entered 
101' e"p')ftdIJ HI; and ti)r re
ul.Itif.)g amI declarilll! what all\)\\,;),nc..s sh,dl be tndde I;Jf tare on the 
:'ru;;s weight or !SOW!i; ami for dpc/drillg wildt s!lall be' coasliB!; tltlde, and bo\\' thp sanle shall 
ie regulatt'd; and I'll' appfJ
lIlillg pla('es allli parIs of entry, alld \\'arehou
,llIg and bondi"g ports; 
, End re"pt>ctin:.:; goods ami \'e,.sels Jla,.si ug I he Can<II
. anll respect iug 'h(> h'lis,'s alld \ ehicles and 
persoaJ.l u,lgg I:!:
 of Ird 1't
II<-'rs cominl{ illto Ihis Pro\'iuce or n.tun:i:a:!; therelo or pas"ing through 
any p'Htioll 1I1ert'of; ,1Ild 1'''11' eXt"mpiir,g' fm.n dut y. any I\.JIII or meal or 01 her ploduce of .IIlY wheat 
or grdill g,O\\"I. in ùlld taken out of the I'rO\'illce illto Ihe Ulli:e.l 
t,.tes to b(' glouwl, and brought 
back in 10 I he Pro v illce, \\'11 hill t\\'o rldYS afr,'r 
uch wheat or grdin 
h.IlI 11<1\'" b 'en takell out to be 
ground; or allY b ',wis. pl,lIIk 0.' sCJ.ntlillg. th
 pfI)duce of any. logs or timber. g,O\\"1I ill alld taken 
out 01 the (Jim iuce. i..to tllP United :::::tat 's. to be 8.1\\'11 and br"n
ht h,ICI. illto the Sdme, within 
Feven days aileI' sllrh log" or tim:'er sh,1I1 have b"l'll so tdkt>n out 10 b
 s,lwn. awl lor If.gubting 
th,.. ql1.1II11!y to be s' t,!I{cn O'lt or brought ill at anyone lime, hy allY pHly.. all'! the mod? ill 
which the cI,tÏlIl to l'xemp!i')n shall bp e"tablislll'd ami prm'ed; alld for oIuth,)/ lzing the appOlnt- 
UJeut of wale houses, and leglllJ.tillg the stcurity which shall be takenlrum w<uehouse-keepers 



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the form!: and' C2onditions s:lòj
c t to,,-,'hich goods are to be warehoused, the mode ofkel'ping gûoõs 
i in warehouse, ,the allowance for natural waste and ddìciency, ar!d the amount 01 warehouse 
rent; and upon application. if he -shall see fit, eIther by general I'f'gulatiùn or 
pecial order, to 
E"xtend the time for clearing warehoused goods in boml from OGe port to anotber; and for regu- 
1ali[)
r the form in wbicb transleFs of goods in warehouse or bünd, flom olle p.lIty to another, 
Iihi111 be entered; for eXPrrJptlng goods from duty, as pro\'idt.{!, by the tbird section of the Act, 
Ilnd regulating the mOllc of proving such exemption; and for 
I'pointing the manlier in 'which 
. the proceeds of penallics anJ forfeitures shall be dis
ributed; and lor any other purpose for 
which, by tbis or 
IIIY other Act or By-Law relating to Customs, tlal\e and lIa\igation, the 
GO\rernor in Council is empo\\ered t.:> make 01 deI's or legul.l110l1S. Ht' may, should he deem it 
cxpel\ient, make gf'neral n-gulatiolls in any matters in which he may make a special order; 
and tlwse shall apply. in eacb particular case, wilhin the exll'lIt amI meauing- theleof, as fully 
?nd effectually as if they referred directly to each particular case, within the extent and meaning 
tberCQf, and the officers, fl.nctinnaries, and pal lies b.\d been specially nan1l'd therein; amI to 
authM:.se the tabng of such bonds and security as be may deem advisJ.ble, for the pelfonnance 
of any condition on which any remis-,ion, or part remission of duty, indulgencp, or permission, 
8ha1l be granted to any party, or of any other condition made hy such part)", in any matter 
relating to the Customs, or to trade, or na\'igation; whicb bonds, and all b'lIIds taken with the 
sanction of the GO\'crnor in Council, expressed eitber by general regulalion 01' by special order, 
8hall be valid in law, and upon breach of an)" of the conditions thereof, may be Hwd and pro- 
ceeded upon in like malineI' as any otber boud entered into under tbis or any other Act relating 
to the Customð. (73.) Pen'lities, 
'c.-AII goods shipped or unshipped, irnpûrted or expur,ed, 
carried or con\eYt'd, contlalY to allY regulation so made by the tJovelJior in Council, and all 
goods or - ,-ehicles, and all \'essels under the 'Value of LIOO currency, with regard to which the 
requirements of any such regulation shall not bave Leen complied with. sball be forfeited; and 
if any 'Such vessel bhall be of or ove'\' the ,-alue of LlOO, the Master shdll by such roon-com- 
pliance "incur a penally of .f:lOO. Such fJl'feitlll'fs and penalties shall be reco\'erable, and may 
be enforced in lhe same manner. before the same Court and tribunal, as if incurred by thtò 

 eúntravention of any direct pro\'ision of the Act; and all gpneral re.:!;uldtions to be made by 
the Governor in Council, under the Act, shall have lùrce and effect' from and uftf'r the day 011 
which the same sball be published in tbe offi
ial Gazelle, or from alld <lfter such later day as 
shall be appointed for the purpose in such regulations, and during shch time as shall be therein 
expressed; or if no time shall be expressed for tbat purpose, tben unlil the same sball be 
re\roked or altered. All such regulations may be re\-okcd, \-aricd, or altered by auy subst'queut 
regulation; and a copy of the E1t5cial Gaz
tle cOlitailllng any such regulation, (,hall be evidence 
of it, to all intents and purposes whatsoever. (7-1.) Copies'o.f Orders.-Any ('opy of an Older 
of the Governor in Council, .made in any special matter, and not being a gener..1 regulation, 
certified as a tlue copy Ly tbe Clerk of tlIe Executive COlUlcil or his Deputy, shall be evidence 
of it, to all intents amI purpo.,es whatsoever. (75) Rant/s.-AII bon
;s and secUlilies bhall be 
taken by tbl> Collector or principal officer of the Customs, at tbe p:ace whele the same is to 
be take-n, and to and fo\' the use anrl bf'nefit of lIeI' I\lf\
pst)", her heirs and 
UCCI'

ors; and such 
bonds shall be taken before the deli\'ery of any gooÚ, ò.c., and belnrt' the performance of any 
&ct or matter with re.gald to which the taking 01' the lJOnJs may be required. At! bonds and 
securitif's shall be, as nl'ady as, practicable, unilof:n; ami prinh'd or litbo
raphed fOllllS of 
bonds shall be kEpt in each Custom House tbroughout the ProvÎt,ce. (76.) hlmli
 .lònns.- 
All forms and papers nccess.ny for the transaction of any busilless at the JI':,pel'1i\'e Ctlstom 
Houses or places or ports of enlry. in the PrC'vilice. 
ball henl'pforth be printed ulllf0rmly. and 
wpplicd by the proper ojficer to at: such Collectors or otlH'r officers as may be in chalge uf any 
Custom House, and other olfict'rs of Customs at any pOI t or plal'e of entry with ill the PJO\'iuce, 
for the use of 1)('1 SOliS tlallsactillg Customs business thereat (77.) Duties ot'er-J'Clicl.-Althougll 
any duty of Cusloms shall h<J\'e Leen over-paid, or although aftl>r ar:y duty of Customs shall 
ha\e been chargerl ann paid, il sh
1I appear, or be judiciall} established. thdl the same had been 
.chargerlunder an erroneous cOllstJuction of the law. it shall not be lawful to retUln allY Hlch 
over-charge, after the expiration of three years flom the date of buch p.lyment. (78.) Time of 
Importation, 
'c.-\\'hellever, on the It.vymg of any du!y, or for any other }Impose, it tohaU 
become necessary to determine the precise time of the importation or expol talilJlI of 'lny goods, 
O\' of -the arrival or vppartlHp. of any \'es",el, slich importation. if mad
 by sea, cùast wise, or hy 
inland navigation. in any decked \'essel, 
hül1 be deemed to have be n ('ompleteù 110m tbe time 
the vessel in whicb such goods shall be imported. cawe wit!.in the limits of till' port <It \\hich 
they ought to be repoltld; and if made Ly laud, or hy inland na\l
dtion, ill allY undecked 
'vessel, then from the time such goods wer
 brought within the limits of the Pro\ illce. AlIllthe 
exportation of any goods 
hall be deelllt'd to have been co:npl"led Íöom tbp time of the h.ga.l 
shipI?ent orshch g'Jods for f'xportatio:l, aileI' (\no-' entry out\\'<uds, in allY d
ck('d vess!"l, 01' from 
the tIme the goods shall have been carritd l)f'rol1l
 thc limit.. oltbc PIO\'illce, if tht' fxportatioll 
be by land Of 111 allY IIl1d.'rkcd ve
!:el. Ami \he timc of aniH11 oì any \c!'scl 
hall be deenwd to 
be the time at which the leport of such \ """,d sha I Lt'. or ow'ht to' hd\'e bef'n m,.de; .wd tIle 
time of the depJ.lIl1re of any \-e!.r,:e\. to he the time of the la!.t c\o>alance 01 SUi'll \essel on the 
,"oyage for which she departed. Tbe Art, as is customary, cOllh-jn.5 an ioltcrprdalÍ01l clau
e, 
of certain tcrmr,: and exprcssiolls us
d in it. 



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TABLE OF DUTIES OF CUSTOms
 


.I1dicles., 


SP.ECIFIC DUTIES. 


.I1rlicles. 


AlfIMALS. \'Íz : 
Cows & lIeifers, each, ...........1 
Calves, ellcb. ... ........ _ . . . . . . 
Goats, each. ... ..,.... ..... . 
Horses, l\1ares. Geldings, Colts, Fil- 
lips, Fuals, each, ....... _. ...1 
Kids, each, " .. .......,... . . 
Lamb". eacb, ....... ...,....... 
Oxen, Blills. StPf'rs. each,.. ....,.1 
Pigs, (suckin!!) each. ,........... 
Swine alld Hogs, eaeb,. _ . . _ . . , . . . 
Sheep, each. .. . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . 
CANDLES, Wax, the lb., .......,... 
Sperm, the lb."..,.....,...,.... 
Tallow, the lb.,.... u '" _ . . ., . . 
All 0 1 her kinds.. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
CHOCOLATE. tbe lb.,.. ........ ... 
COCOA, the lb... .. ...,........... 
COFFEE, Grf'en. tbe Ib,.. '.. _ . . . , _ . 
Roasted, the lb., ...' .......,.... 
Ground, the lb.,.......,..... ... 
CORX BROOMS, the dozen, .. . . . . . . 
rnm, Salted or Dried. per 1l:.? Ibs.,.. 
Pickled, tbe Lam-I. ' '" ....... 
FLOUR, the Lorre! of 19Iilbs.,....... 
FRUIT, viz: 
.Almonds. the Ih." . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . 
.
pples, the bw.lwl, . . , . . . . . . . . . 
Do. Dried. thp busbel,. : . , . . . . . . 
Currants, the lb., ,_. ...,....... 
Figs, the I b., ' ... , .. . . . .. ... 
Nuts of all kilJ(ls. tl.e lb.,. . . . . n . . 
Peacbes. th... bu:,hel, _., ,... .,. 
Peal s, the busbel"............... 
Prunes. tbelb., _. ........... 
Quinces, tbe busbel, .. .. .. 
Raisins. I\Jus('atel. Bloom, and 
Buncb. ill huns, the lb. ...... ". 
Do., otbt.'r\\"i
e, the lb., 
GL.\SS. \\ indo\\' amI Common German 
sheet. per box of ,)0 teet,. . . . . . , . 
GRUN, viz :- 
Wtll'....t, the qu:\rter,........ 
Barley, the ljud/'tl'r, ._ 
Bllcb\ heat, Bere and Eigg, tbe 
quarter. " ........ ..... 
l\laize, or lnd;an Corn, the qual tel' 
of 480 Ib!>., .. . __. . .. .. .. .. . .. 
Oats, the quarter. ........... 
I
ye, Realls. :11111 Peas, ... ""'" 
Meal of tbe aLove Grains and of 
Wheat not holtI'll, 'he hJ(j Ibs.,.. 
Bran or 
h()rts, the 11:21bs., 
Hops, the lb., ...,... 
HONEY. the Ih., .. 
INDu RCBBI-:R Boots and Shoes, tbe 


pair, 
LF.ATHER. \'iz:- 
Goat 
kin", tallnpd. tawed. or in any 
way drp,.spd. the dozen, . . 
Lamb orHle('p Skills, tanned, tawed 
or in aDy' way' dressed thl: dOZl:'i1, 


Duty Cllrrf'nry. 
.J:, 8. d. 


26 
5 0 
2 6 


Duly Cllfff'!ll:Y; 
.J:, .. "- 
CalfSkins, tanned, tawed, or in any 
way dressed, the lb." . . " .. ... 
Kip 
kins, the Ib" _. ,.......... 
Harne!>
 Ll'atber, the lb.,.......... 
Uppt'r Leather, the lb., .......... 
Sole Leatber, tbe lb.,....... ...... 
Leather cut into shapps, tbe lb., '" 
Patl'nt or Glazed Leather. the Ib.... 
All Leather not above described. the 
lb., . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .-. . . 
LE\THER l\IAI\'UFACTUHES. viz: 
\\"/)men'sBootsalldShoe
.tht:'dozen, 6 ð 
Girls Poots and 
hoes, under 7 incbes 
in length, the dozen, including all 
kin,ls, .. ... 
Children's Boofs and Shoes over 
three inches ir.length, thedozpn,. 26 
Infant Shoes, under three inches in 
len
th.thedozen,. ............ I ð 
1\1 en'8 Roots, the pa iI'" .. . . . .. . . . . 2 0 
1\1 en's shoes, tbe pair...... ' .. ..... 7) 
Boys' Boots IIndl'r eight irJches in 
length. the pair. '" ., ....... 
Boys' shoes unJer 8 inches in length 
tbe pair, ..................... 0 4: 
LIQUIDS. not sp:rifaous, \'iz :- 
Ale alld Beer in ca
ks, per gallon,. 
Do. db, ill bnttlf'S. per dozen, 
Cider and Perry. t he gallon" . . , . . . . 
1ïnE'gar, the gallon, ... ......... 
\JACCARoNI and VERlItlCELLI, the lb., 
\1 OL \SSES and T
E.\CLE, the ewt." . 
OILS, Olive, in casks, the gallon, ... 
no, in Jars, or BOllles, the gallon,. 
Lard, the gallon, '. ............. 
Linseed. the gallon" .. ...... ... 
Srerm Oil, '" ,.. ... " 
Otbel' Oil from creatures living in 
the iea,.. . . .. , . . . . . . . .. ..... . 
PAPER. &c., 
CO;! rse or wrapping, the cwt., .. . 
Plinting, the c\\'t.,_. .......,.... 
\\Tritillg. the c\\'t., ,...'.......... 
Tissue. the lb., ....... .....,... 
l\lm.ic, tbe lb.,.......... 
!\larbled or Glazed, the ]b., _...... 
DrawÏllg. tbe Ib".... .......... 
Pastebomd and Cards. the ewt.,. . .. 
Bristol, or Dra wing Boards, tbe ]b., 
Milled. or Trunk 
\Iaker's Boards, 
the cv..t.,... ..,.... ...,....... 
PLA YIXG CJ\ RDS, tbe pack,. .. . . , .. . . 
POTATOJ:S, the bu!>bel"............. 
PROVISIONS, viz: 
Bntter, tbe cwt.,. . . . , . . . . . .. . . . . . 
Cheese, tbe cwt.,................ 
Bacon & Hams, tbe cwt.,.......... 
SnitI'd. tbe cwt.,................. 
Pick/eel, th
 ewt."............... 
Fresh, thecwt.,.,...... ..,..,.... 


04 
02 
o Ii 
o It 
02 
04 
04 


15 0 
2 6 
1 0 
15 0 
6 
5 0 
20 
03 
o 3 
o 1 
o 2 
o 2 
o r
 
o I
 
o :-
 
04 
1 3 
2 6 
5 0 
3 0 
o ]
 
o 6 
] 0 
o 1 
o 1 
o I 
1 0 
1 () 
]! 
1 0 
o 1 
o 1 
1 3 
3 0 
3 0 
3 0 
3 0 
2 Û 
3 0 


o II 


2 6 


1 0 


04 
I 3 
o 11 
o :4 
o Ii 
40 
o t} 
1 3 
o 5 
o 21. 
06 


o 1 


2 9 
[) 0 
100 
o 1
 
o 11 
o It 
o Ið 
40 
o Ii 


20 
o 3 
o 3 
o 1 
o 7
 


3 0 
o 3 
OJ 


7ð 
50 
60 
6 0 
60 
4. Q.J 


5 0 
2 6 



ICUST())IS] 


.Arlickl. 


1)uty -Curr
ncy. 
J:, B. d. 
'lluM, for every J!:allon (of old Wine 
measure).ploofby Sykes' Hydrome- 
ter, all 
pi1Ïts above that strength 
to be reduced to equi\'al
nt of PlOof, 1 3 
Sweetened or mixed, per gallon,. . . . 3 0 
S.'LT, viz : 
Coarse, made from Salt SprinAis, per 
busbel, _ . . . . 
. . . . . ., .., ..... 0 2 
Fine, or basket, or I5toved, 211. per 
bu"hel, and 5 per cent. ad valo- 
rem. 
Salt, from )line
, known as Rock 
S,1It, and Salt made twm :::iea \\' a- 
tf'r, per ton, , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
SPICES, viz :- 
Ca:>.sia, the lb." . . . . . . . . . . . . ., . . . 
Cinnamon, tbe lb.,. . . . .. ........ 
Cloves, the lb.,. . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . 
Kutmegs, the lb.,. . . . . . . . .. . . .. ., 
Pimento, the lb.,................. 
Pepper, the lb.,.. ........ ....... 
Ginger per lb. . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . 
Albpice per lb. ................. 

lace, the lb., .......... ....... 
SPIRITS. except Rum, as of Proof, the 
old Wine gallon, .. .,.. ...... 
Sweetened or 
lixed, including Bit- 
ters. per gallon... , . .. ........ 3 0 

UG'R, Refined or Candy, per cwt.,..1 7 6 
Muscovadn, per C'wt. .,. 15 3 
Clayed per c\\'t. (together withßIO 
for every.tlOJ \'ulue.).. ....... 15 3 
Bastard, per c\\'t., (and .:EIO for 
every .t:lOO value,).., ......... 1
 0 
In which al e preserves. per C?\.t.,..1 6 6 
&CCADES, including Confectionary, 

per cent;-and an the IL,....... 


45 


..Article.. 


1 6 


Duty Cnr
e}l: 
E,ød. 
SYRUPS, except Spirits, the gallon,... 1 0 
l'E." the lb., . . . ., .. ..... .. . . ..... .. 0 2
 
TOBACCO, viz :- 
Unmanufactured, the lb.... ........ 

ldnufacturt'd, the.lb.,............ 

nutf, the Ih., _ . . . . . .. . . . , . . .. 

t'gar<;, the lb.,. . .. ............. 
'VINE, (in addition to 10 per cent on 
value, including Cask and bottles.) 
tbe old Wine gallon, ,.,....... 
WOOD, Slaves 
talldard or l\Iea
urc- 
menl, per mille, ....... ......1 ð 0 
Puncheon or \\ e
t Indian, viz:- 
\\ hile Oak, per standard mille,.. 
R<<:d Oak, do. do... . . . . . . 
A6h do. do.. . . .. .. . 
Barrel do. do.. . . . . . . 
Deals, Pine, per Quebec !'!tandarJ 
hundred, .. ............. ... 
Spruce, do. do. , . . . . . . . 
Halld:;pikes, per t!ozen, .......... 
Oars, per pair,. ... .. .. ....... 
Planks, Boards, and all kinds of 

a wed Lumber not herein charged 
witb July, per tbousand super- 
ficial feet, inch thick, amI so in 
proportion for any gl eate! thick. 
ness, ......... ... .. .. 
Pille, White, and in proportion fOJ 
any smaller quantity Ibereot
 per 
aile thl)usand cubic feet, ......1 
 e 
Red, per one thousand cubic feet,} 15 " 
Oak, per one thousand cubic feet,..2 ]5.0 
Birch, per one thousand cubic feet,.2 10 U 
Asb, Elm, Tamarac, or Hacmatac, 
and other woods not herein 
charged with duty, per one thou- 
sahd cubic feet,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .] 
. 


o 2
 
o :!t 
o 
.i 
o 5 
o 1 
o ] 
] 0 
1 0 
04 


20 


AD V ALOnE,:U DUTIES. 


02 


fLAW 


o J
 
02 
o 6 
30 


I 0 


1Ot5 
7 ð 
.( 0 
.(() 


15 0 
7 ð 
03 
o 3 


7 ð 


One PCI' Cent. 
Thefollotcin
 .R1-litle.
 shaU be liable Io a duly of Ll on et'e7'Y .:EI00 of Ihe f7n1.le Ihw,
- 
.Anchors and Cham Cahles; Asbes; I meltin
; Sheet anJ .PJ.oop Iron; 
:Bark; Burr Stones. unwrotl
ht; Berries, Nuts, Junk or Oa.kum; 
Vegelables ami W o.ods, u5ed in d}'ein
; ILarJ; 
ead in Pig; . 
Coals, Coke, and Cmders; Cotton Wool and',,"larble 111 block. unpolIshed; 
Cotton Yarll; Clipper in 1:'beet and Bar ;:Ores of all )letals; 
Copper. Pig arid i'bedlhing; Cocoa 1\ut Oil ;Walm Oil; 
Drugs used 
olely for dyeing; Resin; 
Fire \\'o0d; Flower Roo s; 
aw Logs; 8tra,,'; Steel in Bar; 
otla .A,.h-; 
Grease and 
erars; Stone for building; 
Hides; Hardwoocl for Furniture, unmalJllfac- Tallow ; Tea
lt's; Tin, Sbeet and Block; Tu.es. 
turf:d; Hay; Hemp, Flax, and Tow, un- Shrubs. BuLbs and Roots; Type .Metat, .. 
dressed; Blocks or Pigs; Tar and Pitch; 
Indigo; Iron-Rar. Rod and Nail, Roilcr Ph.tes, Wool; Woollen ram; 
Pi;. RaIl-road Bars, Scraps and Old for re-Ir el\ow .Metal. 


Five per Cent. 
Th
 foll'>11'in!:! .I1rticle5 
hnll be liable to a duty of J;:5 on every .1:100 of the f1'llul tJa
nfJ/
- 
'&oks, pi inted. bound, lJubonnd or in sheets; I Rice; 
'1)rugs, being in a Clude or uuprepared 
tate, :'hingles; 

xcept Dye-6tu frs ; Tortoise Shell; 
F.r.a, bkins and j)t:ltÛn, drt'.,
d or Ilndre!J;'''] ; Wire, Iron, 

1Imi
 



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AW. . 


Seven and a Half per Cent. 
The follou'îng .Ilrliclcs shall be liable to a duly of Æ7 10.
. on every ÆlOOt of ihe ''Vu1udhÒ'eo.f:- 
Blank blJol\s, bound, unbound, or in sheets ;:Mules and ..\!:ses; .\h1stard; Medicines; .l\Iusi- . 
EUI I' StoCII:S, \\' rought ; I call nstrumpnts of Wood; ,Mercury; Marble, 
Chicory; Chains; Cotton-:\Tanufactures of;, Polishpd or Cnt; 
Cordage; l'an\'a
s; Camblets and Camble- Oil rr'
pirits of Turpentine; Oil, Castor; Oil, 
tinesJ l'ain Work; ('a:,.1.:s. empty; Casts ill l all, not otherwise enumerated; Uil Cloth; 
1 laster of Paris or Compositi('n, nnless their UY.:>ters, Lobsters Tmtles, and all other Shell , 
material is otherwise charged with a 
ighcr Fisn-flesh; 
duty; I Påint
, enground s Paints, Water Colors; Paint 
Drawings, Engra\'ings. Maps. Globes; Bru:,.hes; 
Ex.tracts aJ.d J':
seIlC('s used as., ....\ledicirJes ; Qnills ; 
Earthen and Stonew,lI e ; ,
per:uaceti, except Condles; Spom
'e; Starch; 
Furs and 
kins-
lanulàctures of; Fins and, 
tl'aW Boards::cJl' .Book Bind

s; Snlphur; 

kins. the proo uce <.f crt'at
'es Jidn.g in thel Tiles and Roolffig ; Toys; Turp
ntille; Thread, 
sea; Featllf'l s; Flowers, ArÜfici
l, :16t 
ilk; Linen; 
Goods whl)se foundation is Wool; Glass 
\! arlU- Y etch
s ; Varnish; 
làctures, l1ut otherwise c1es:f.Îbed, Gun,pqwder:, Whalebone; \Y oJOsted, l\1anuf<!ctJlres of; Woo1- 
Guns and Fire Alms; Go!d and 
ilv(1r. Leaf;1 It'n. l\lanufacttHe,> of; Wax; ",lanutadIJres . 
lIair, )lanllfactures of; Homs, Horn Tirs and! ot' Wax, except Candles; 
Pieces; Haldware, 
heliGoods and.('utlery; Silk, raw; 
ilk. .\Ianulàcturei of, not l\1il1inery 
Hats; Hemp, Fla..'( or Tow in any. way l made up; 
ilk, all Goods bei()g in whole' 
dressed; or part silk. not otht'l'wi
e specified; Sijk- 
1 uice of Limes, Le'llonSi or Oranges, not mixed 
E\\'iflg Cord .and Tassels; 
with Spirits or sweetened, so as t3 be S}\'Up; WooII, all 
lanuhlctured Articles of, having 
II.k, Frinlns'; hOlY, Bone alJd Hom-l\lanu- no part metal.; 
factures of; And all Goods, \\ are
 and l\Iercl1andizes, not 
Lead-.i\lanufactures of; Lead, for. Pi:illt not olhE'1 wise charged with duty, and nol herein " 
ground wilh {)il; Ground in Uil for. Paint; declaredito..b
 frce ol,(\uty., _ 
Linen and Linen 
Ianutactures; 


Ten per Ct.'nt. 
The follou'inf] ./1rticles shall be liable 10 a duly of ÆI 0 on even} ÆlOO af. iI-e, vallie thereof:- 
Biscuits and Cra4;'kers; Bastard Sug
J:, ,together Uil, Animal,.except LanI;. Oil, V eget" ble, not 
with 128. p
r cwt.; I otherVl i:;e enumerated; Oil, Es:;ential; Uil, 
CJayed Sugar, together with 15s. 3d.,per c\\'t. ; Chemical and '\ olatile; Oil, Perft:med; 
Cork 
nd COl-k l\Ianufactures; ,Paper .i\lallufacture8 lIot olhefwi:;e chalged with 
Eggs; I duty'; Plate mid Plated Wate; Poultry, alive 
Fruit, unenurr..eFatcd; or dead; 
Leather Manufactures not describe:.! ; 
ausages and P:lddillgs; Seed
, Garden, FIo,", er 
11achines for Agricultural par-ro.st's, p"cePt l ami. \' egelable; 
oaps of aU kinds; 
Thrt'shing 
lachines ani Fanuing l\lills; V pgeta bJes, frt'<,h; 
}.leats prepared olhen\ ise t3all by "Salt or VI ine, in addi.lÏon to Is. a gallon, old 'WiP-t< 
pickle; 1\1 ;.Jsical Instl uments of 
letal; measure. 


T\v-clve and a Half per Cent. 
The.follo'll'ing ./1rticles shall be liable to a duly of ÆI2 lOs. for el'ery .;Cwo of the 'Value tl1C1'eof:- 
Axes and Scythes; I Flowers, Artificial. in part or, whole Silk; Fan- 
.Bill:iard and .Ba
atelle Balls of \\' ood and Ivory;, ning or E:nk 

 ills; 
Balls used at DowIs or nine, Piuf>; BilIidrd'Jewt'lIuy, set or Hnset ; 
Tables; Bagatelle Tables; I Machinery of all 1.ind.;;.,. alll1 rarts thereof; 
Camphine Uil; Carr'ÏJ.ges and Vehicles; Parts ::;ilk .l\lil
inery made up; 
:ilk Velvet; 
of Carriages and Vehicks; Ca
tings; CIOcl'S I 'Thre
bitJg Machines, .an.d Fanr.ing and nark 
and Watches; Parts of Clocks ami W dtche3; l\lills. 
.Dice; 


Fifteen per Cent. 
'1ñe foll'()wÏ1lg .ßrlicles shall bE!' Fablp to a duly of 1'15 on et'er.'l ÆIOO ().f tile 'Value ,t1!J!reof:- 
Extra.:te, Essences auù Perfurner:r, not othel, / Ginger, preserved; 
wise provitletl for; Pickles and Sauces. 
Fkb, presel ved in Oil; Fruit; ?rescrved ; 


Twenty pel' e'ent. 
The following .ßrticles s/tall be liable to a duty of Æ20 on every ÆlOO 1J..{. lhe 'Value "lhetl'of:- 
Uoulette Tables; I e!ther in whole or in 7<l<rt
 .in addition to 211. 

Iu:cad
a rme Confedionary made of. Segar: rer lb. 



\"lT8'1'O M S] 


47 


[LAw. 


TABLE OF EXEl\IPTIONS. 


ANATO:lHCAL PREPAR.\TJONS when imported by tbe order of any L'biv6fsity, C01lege, 
expressly (.)r the '
e of.any College or :.-chool A
a
emy! 
cho
1 or Sermnary of LeaTliing 
of Anatomy or 
urgery Incorporated by Royal wllblll tbiS PlO\'Jnce. 
Cbarter or 
\ct 01 Parliament, ami 1I0t im- PHII.OSOPH ICAL .APP" R -\ TU
] &c. &c., imported 
ported for 
itle. tor u.se by any public Lectllr
r for the purpl)se 
COPIES of the HOLY SCRIPTURES printed in ofgaiu, ami to be re-expOi te 
,\sba.11 be allowed 
the UnitEd Kingdom of Great Blitain and to be enter..d under Bond of two good and 
Ireland, and not imp'JIted for sale. sufficient persons for their t"'portation within 
EOOKS amI. )1 -\ PS and liIu
trati\'e Drawings, tbe specitied time. 
importeJ for tbe use of any library to which ARl\Is or CLOTHIl' G which any Contractor or 
the public may have frt>e al!misÚon, as alf.o Contractors, CommissalY or .commissaries, 
for the Libralies of either .BrancR of the sball imp<}Jt or bring into thtt Pro\'incc !or 
Legislature. the use of lIeI' 1\laje!1-ty's .Army or 1'\avy, or 
C.OIN and BULLION. . for the lIse of the lndianl\'"atil)ns in tbis l>ro- 
DONATIONS of BOOKS or CLOTHIXG specially vince; IJro\'Íded the duty otherwise payable 
imported for tbe IIse.of, or to be di
lributed would be dt.'flayed or borne by tht Trt'asUlY 
gratuitolisly by any Charitable 
ociety in this of the United Kingdom or of this Province. 
l-'rovim'e. 
:PF.CJJ\tEXS of l\atural History, l\lineralogy or 
FISH, fre:.h, not 11escril:ed. Botany. 
ROUES and C"RRBGES of TRAvEr.LEEs, and SEEDS of all kinrls.. Farming Utensils and Tm- 
Horses, Caule, and Carriag.-s and other \ e- I'lements of Ib&balldry; Anim,,]s for ths - 
hides, when e'IlploJ"Ed in carrying merchan- impro\ emellt of 
tock. when spe.cially im- 
dize, togetl 1 er with the neces
alY Harne!s and ported in good faith by tiny tociety incor- 
Tackle, so long as the same are bona fide in porated fir establiMied for the enc01nagement 
use for that purpose, except tbe Horses, of _J\glicul'lure. 
Cattle, Caniages and Yehicll's and Harness, WEARIJ'\G ApP\REL in actual use, and other 
()f persons hawJiÏng goods, wares and mer- Personal Effects not mercbamlize, Imple- 
ch:uldizes tbioUgh tbe Pw\'ince for the pur- ments and Tools ûfTrade ofhandy-eraflsmen, 
pose of retail, and the Ibrses, Carriag
s and in tbe occupation or employment of persons 
Harness of any Circus or Equestrian Troop coming into tbe Province for the purpose of 
for exhibition. The HorseI', Carriages, Ca.ra. actually settling tberein. 
vans and Harness 01 any Menageric to be f.'ee. The nati\e Produce and .Manufactures oC aJ] or 
and Horses aud Cattle belonging to persOl1s any sucb of tht' otber .ßI itish North American 
c<Jming into tbc Province for the purpose 01 Colonies as shall admiuhe native Produce ar,d 
actually settli:lg therein. l\1anllfactllres of Canalla fl ee of duty, sball be 
HJDES, UFF_\L ar
d T.ÜLO\V of Cattle ar.d entitlt'd to exemption from duties under tbis 

wille, s!allghtered in bo
u.l. Act, \\ ith tbe excfption of
(1irituous Liquors. 
ì\l^XURES of all kinds. .IJ[.
() :-Cordage. 
alt. 
alled or {'ured ,Meat!!, 
110DELS of MACHINERY, and of other inven-. Flour, Eiscnits, Molasses, Pitch, Tar, Tur- 
tions and iml'l'Ovl'ments in the Arts. pentine, Leåtht-r, Leather-ware, Fishermen's 
PACKAGES <"Jlltainillg Dutia "JJ.e Articles. Clothing allli Ho
iery, Fishing Craft, Utensils 
P!HLOSOPHICAL ApPAR\TU8, Instiuments, al1d In
trunwnts impOlted into the District of 
Eooks, l\íap,
, Stationery, Busts, and Casts oj Gaspe from the United .,Kingdom, or the 
Marble, Bronze, Alabaster or Plastt>r (If Paris, Channel Islands or neighbouring Colonies, for 
Paintings, Drawings, Engra\'ings, Etchings, 13e use of the Fisheries canied on thelein:- 
"pf'cimells of 
('ulptures, Cab nets ot Coins, subjt'ct to such regulations- as tbe l'rincipal 
l\ledals, Gems, al
d all other collections 0/ Cfiicer of Customs at tbc Port of(
uebec shall 
Antiquities, provided the same be specially make. and which he is ber
by empowered to 
impOllPd in gOQd faith for tht> use of any establish for the purpose of. asct-rtaming that 
::ociety incorrornted or established for Pbilo- such artides are bona fide intended to bQ 
I!ophical or Literal y pursuits, or for. the eu- ar.piied to the use of rmch Fisherils. 
eQuragement ot .Fine Arts, or for Úe use or 


TAln..E f)F PRO:nIBIT
ONS. 


TI,e following al'liclcð are P1'OIIÌbited to.l'e i1llpOl'ted, undcr 
 penalty of ,;(50 lo:telher with 1M . 
forfeiture of the Parcel or Parkage of Goods in v;hich the same shall be found:- 
BOOKS ancl.Drawir.g
 
[an im
oTal or ic r lecC'llt j 'COlN, Base or Counterfeit. 
.haracteJ:., 



48 


THE COPYRIGHT LA'V. 


The Law ?{ ('opy
ight. as extencied last sessi
n of the Prov:lIcial Parliament, is intimately 
,connected with the Cu
toms Law, aud may be saul to form part of it; for the worl,
 of authors 
who rio not avail themselves of its provision
, may be re-printed ami imported into Canada on 
'the same t
rms as onJi
ary print
d boo
s. The A
t. 4 ami 5 Vic. cap. 61, entitled ,. .I1n.l1ctfar 
the prottcllOnof Cupyndtts In tlus Prolnnce," proVides, 1 hat allY person or persons resident in 
the Province, who shall he the author or authors of ar.y book or books, map, chart. or musical 
composition. which may be I.OW made or composed, aud not prillted or published. or which sball 
hereafter be m311e or composed, or who shall invent, design, etch. ellgra\'e, or canse to 00 
engr
,:ed, etched or mad
 frorr
 his own design, any print or engra ving. and the executors, 
. ad
I!l1stralor
 o
 legal aS
lg
ls ot such pe
'son or persons, shall hdve the sole light amI liberty of 
pnntwg. replllltlllg. puhh:'
J\lIg and vendlllg such bo.k or books, map. chart. mu&ic.l1 composi- 
tion, print, cut or eng-raving-.,in wbole or in part, for tbe term of twellty-pigbt ypars. from the 
time of recoilling the title thereof. in the mamIeI' providpd by the Act. II at tbe expiration of 
the said term, the author be stiU living amI re"idillg in the PrO\ ince. or being dead shall hanl 
left a widow. or cbild or children living, the Sdme exdnsi\'t' rigbt shall be coutinued to him or 
them, as the Cdse molY bp, for the further time of fOllltpen yedr:>: Providpd the title of the work 
secured shall be reCt)nlHI a spcond time, ami all othel' regul.ltions prescribell by the Act, in 
regard to original copyrights bp agdin complied with withill six months after the expiration of 
the first term. 1n all Cilses of rt'liewal of copyright. the proprietor shall within t\\O monthll 
cause the 
ame to be phb:ished in tbe official Gazelle for the 
J1ace of f()IIr weeks. A copy of 
the work lìlr whi,'b the eopyri
ht is obtained, mnst be dero
ited in the office of the l'ro\'illcial 
Registrar, hy wbom the deposit sh,III be recOided, he reeeiving a fee of fivt'shillings. A copy 
of the work must als() he dt'po
Jted in the Libròry of the Legi
lali\'e A,>scmbly. To ensure tlIt! 
benefit or the copyri
ht, the followiug notice mllst he inseltpd on the title-pÐge, or the one 
immpdiatcly following, of eaeh copy publi,;hed
-" Entt'red according to the Act of th. 
Provincial Legi
latllre, in tbe year -, !.Iy A. B., in the offil'e of th
 Registrar I 1 tbe Province 
of Canad,l." The pellaliy 011 pprsous printillg, publisbinl.:, impOi ting or selling the WOl k. during 
,the conti lIu.mce of the COP} I i
ht. wit hOllt the COliselit of the proplietor, is t he forfeiture 01 

very copy to the pro[1I ietor. allli a Llfelt of ten sbiJ liI
gs rurrenl'y fill' e\'el} she!'t found in hill 
posses
ioll, to be recoveled ill any competent COlli t. alJd oue woit'ty paid to the use of beJ' 
Majesty, tbe othpr to the leg II OWIJt'f. The lwnalry lor persons pnhli:>hillg, &c" prints. &"('., in 
\'iolation of the terms of tl... cOPY' ight. to be the t
llleiHllP ot the pi ints. &1'.. and the piatt's, &c., 
to the prlJprietor c.f the cOfyrighl ; and tenshillillgs c.mrel'cy for e\'t:,ry sheet, to be levied aud 
paid as in the case of honks. This penallY applies also to val ying prillts. &c., by adding oj' 

iminisbing. so as to evade 
he la w. This act does I'ot extend to WOl ks of persolls not residing 
in the Province. Persons prillLÏlIg or publi:ohing rnanuscr ipt wit hout the Ipave ("of t he author, 10 
be lie-ble in damagps. Per
ons pril ting or publishing any work, &c., and tàlsely pretending tu 
have the copyright thNeof. by insertion of such intimation on the title-page, shall incur a 
penalty not exceeding .:f15 currency, one moiety to her i\lajt'sty. tbe other to the }WfSOn suing 
lor tbe recovery. Th
 ri
ht of action for I ecovery of ppnalt le
 is limited to two ye.1I s. The Ad 
applies to works publisht'u before its passing, If the authOis comply with.its plo\'isions. 
In the ses!"ion ot the Provincial Legi"lature, lR.17. anotber Act was passell, " 1'0 rx'end ill. 
Provincial C0711/riJ;ht jJ,'l to 7)e,.!;on.
 resÙIenl in the Unlter! King IJm. on rertain cOIl,lilion
." It 
provides, that f.)r and lIol\\'ith
tanding allY thing c,mtained in tbe Act above narrah.ri, the pro- 
visions of it sball extelld to any person or pensolls being- Briti
h 
uhjel'ts. and re:-.idil:g i:1 Gr
at 
Blitain or Irel,1I1I1. as if such per
oll or persons were re&iden: in this Pro\ inl"e: PIO\'iù...d that to 
entitle ilny such litera'y produl'tion or engraving, being tllP wode of any pPlson (11' pI'ISOnS, 8Q 
residing in Great Brit,lÏn or Ireland, to the protection III' H.c tiJleg,)illg .!\ct. it shall b.. 
printed al,d published in this Provillce, and shall. in addition to the wOId"llJr,'ctt d to be illsprtf'd 
by the prevIous act, and immediately following- tbereattt'f. cont,lin the lIallle alid plaf'
 of ahode 
VI' business III this Province, ot the printer or printers, f.Ul! publiz;her or publish'rs, of t:very (met! 
literary pmduction or engraving. 
The last t'Pl'itec1 Act puts Briti!'h authors on the same footing- here, with resppct to copyright> 
as authors rpsiding III th:> PlOvince. It was pas
ed to meet the \. ie\\'!i ()f t hI' Ilome GO\'ernment. 
as set forlh in a dp&patl'h "r{Jln the Secretary of 
tate, d<1tecl f)\h l\O\'emher, 11'1-16. (.\0. 49,) 
inviting- tho> local Le
islal,lIleS to pass sUl'h priactmellts ÐS th....}' n:i
bt del rn proper lin !5t'curif1g 
both the ri:.:hts of British allthors, al,d the intl'rests of tbe puhli('; and. IIn the pas:,il:g of meh 
enactments. the Home Government would wblllit to the Impeli.d Parli"ment 11 hill authOlizil'l 
tbe Queen in Council to confirm any such Colonial law, not\\ilh!'tal.dilig ils l{'lwg,wllcy to tl.., 
copyright law of the Uniled King,lum ; and that from thpncl'lol ward the Imperial corYI i
ht law 

hall cease to bave any force within SUI h Coluny_ in so far as it may he rl'r,llgll<1nt to. ur incon- 
listent with the operation of allY such Colollial law. An At,t of this nature was <lcconlingly 
passed, during last a;ession of the Imperial Parliament; 60 that tbe COP\ I ight law or Canada. 
"OW what is contained in tbe two Provincial :\ctll \1e(ore recited; alld the WOI ks of authon 
r4ll;idi
 in the Province, or in the United Kingdom, for YtLich the b
lIeliti }JrovidcJ by the fDn- 



49 



ning Acts shan not be st>curt>d in tb
 m
nm!r e.xpressly laitl down, 6h311 haTe no pri"iI

e or . 
protection whatever; allli may be printed, re.prmted and so).c.1 at pleasure; and the repr!ntll fA 
them imported into the Prtwince, on payment of the same duties, as the custom law prov}<Wø W 
.be paid, on the importa1:ion of ordin8.TY printed boob..s, maps, e
gravings, &c. 


CURRENCY. 


The present Provincial Currency is govèTned by the Act 4 & 5 Vic., Cap. 93, intituled, ., h 
-Act to 1'Cp-"u.late tltC Currcncy of thi
 p,.ovince," by which a\l former Acts were repealed, on the 
glOund that the value of the pound sterliug had b
en ina
curately de
cribed her,:tofore, atld a.n 

rroneous \'alue affixetl to the several gold and "J!\"er coms current m the ProvInce. By thil 
Act the poum( cUl"reucy is declared to be such, that.e I 4s. -ld. currency'shall be equal to, and be 
a legal tender for, the pound stelling, as represented by the sovereign.. And it further ailixe.. a 
valoe to foreign coins as under:- 


æ s. D. 
United States Gold Eagle, coined before 1st July, 1834, and weighing 11 dwts. 
6 orrs. 1'roy.....................................,..................'... 2 14 
United
States Gold Eaglt>, c.)ined after 1st July, 1834, and before the commencement 
of18-11,\nighing-lOdwts.18f,!rs.Troy ..................................210 (I 
British Gold Coin, or that of the United States, coined beft)re the 1st July, 1834, 
to be a legal tende\' to any amount, in tale or by weight, in sums over .:E50, 
by tll'> ounce '[I'll)", at.... .............................................. 
Do. of a lat er coinage. at.................................................... 
French Forty F,anc pieces. in bulk, in sums excp.eding .:E30 per ounce troy, at ..... 
Mexican, Spanish, and Chilian DOI,bloons. in tbe same Hmounts .... . . . . .. . . ., . . .. . 
Columbian al1ll La Plata Gold Coins. in the manne,' afore described at............ 
Portu
uese. and Brazilian Gold Coins in like manner at........."...., ..,....... 
l\lilJed Dollar of ::;pain, Dt'Jllar of the United Statl'
, of Peru, Chili, Central America, 
Mexico, and the Muth American Stales, coined before 18-11, and not weighing 
le.;;s than 17 d wts. 4 gr!'. troy, to pass at . . . . . . . . " ..' ...............,.... 0 5 
The hah'e.s of these coins 
especliveiy at. .. . .. ..... , .. . . . . .. . . ..... . . .. . . .. . -- . .. 0 2 
'rhe (l"arter ....................................,............................. 0 I 
'file eighth ..... . ......................................................... 0 0 
'rhe sixteenlh .....................,.,.................. .................., 0 0 
(The subdivisions of the Dollar, less tban hah'es, are not a legal tender by a larger 
bum than .1:1. 108.] 
r\le Frpuch Fi\ ,..-franc Sih'er piece, ùy tale, to any amount at... ................. 0 4 
"'rhe Briti.sh Cro.". n to pass current at .. . . . . . ..... . . . . , . . . . . . , . . . .... . . . .... . . . ., 0 (ì 
The BI itish Crown allIl ils divisions at proportionate l'ate!o, to be a legal tender 
to the2.mount of .i:llOs. only. 
The Copper Penny, or any other ()f not less than ti\'e-sixths of the weight of a penny, 
to pass as .....'.... ... ............... ............. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . ., 0 0 
And Ihe hal\'f's and qnartl:'rs fúr a proportionate sum. The legal tender of this coin 
is limited to one shilling. 


. 


4 U 10 
4 13 0 
4 13 1 
497 
4 9 
 
4 14 6 


I 
67
 
3 
7
 
31
 


8 
I 


EXCHAXGE. 
This term is used by hankers, brokers. and commercial men generally, to designate that Spe('l
 
'f)f mercantile tran
actions, whereby the liabi;1ìtips of individuals to others resident in another 

ollntry, or at a long dIstance from them, :He r,djnsled or acquitted. The large transactions 
between the 
('r('hants of Iwo contil
ents.or two klllglioms, of one or t,he. other having imported 
to a:, amount tar beyond the \'alllp. ot thplr ('xports. 311'1 for the transmiSSion of what will repl't'- 
f;ent the difference of the lWo, the merchant bas to make pro\'isi,>n. Vid he send coin he would 
have to pay a heavy in
urallce on the metals, beside the expense of freight, entlÍe
, broken,' 
fees, &c';, he thPrelore 
 fa \\'s a bill on. a. person indebted to him, 
'ho i3 styled the ([rawce, 
f.>rwards It to the 
arty I
 whose fdvour It IS d,rawn, known as the l'ennltcr, when it is presented 
fur 
cceptallce, wl
lch belllg done
 the drawee IS know
 as the acreptor. The bjII may now be 
retalllpd tl
1 maturity, or may furlllsh the means of setth
lg man)' amounts between \'al ions partic:s 
rcm,o\'ed trom (:
ch other, L)' the s.de and purchase 01 the. blll,.as the .balance may ht' for or 
agamst them. I he deLJtor In one place. by these trammctlons, IS suh:iilltuted for the debtor in 
flno,lhe
. The only expendit
He inclll'lwl.in thes
 transac,tions would be the postages and stamps, 
which In any case deducted trom the difference ,n the puce of <Told and the cost of frei<Tht and 
insurance. wo.uld. give th
 abstract .value of exchange. . It will ùe afft'cted by diifel
nce in 
1he fineness ot 
O'.''';;
 by 
lIJt regulatIons, or by a sudden )ßcrea
e. of bills drawn on one country 
by another. \ anatlOns In the actlJ.ll course of exchange, ansmO' from the yariation iN Ü.4iì 
'be currency, are nominaL only, those growing out of trade are real. t:> . 
1Q coJnducting tbe l>u"intlss of exclJange, a direct remittance is not always preferred. Thus,.. 
>> 



50 


merchant in Toronto, having to discharge a debt due by him in Londt)n, has notonlytoascertalr. 
the state of the exchange between Toronto awl London. but also the state oC t'xchang,e betwec1l. 
Toronto and New York, New York alld Lonùon, &c., (or it may be more advantageous for him 
to buy a bill on New Yark, giving his agent directions to invest the proceeds in a bill on London, 
..ather than remit directly to the latter ciry. If 6uch ditfert'nce be less than that resulting 
from the direct exchange, it will obviously (,e the preferable moùe of remitti/lg; but if, on the 
other hand, that by indirect remittance be more, the direct remittance ought as plainly to Òt; 
preferred. . 


H.RITISII \VEIGHT8 A
D j\IEASI:RES I:X USE ON THE SIXTH 
O
' JULY, 182;), 
And now in common uu in the Province of Canada. 
fUE YARD, or Ell, is the standard yard of THE POLE OR PERCH contains 51-2' standard 
J 760, presen'eù by the Clerk of the House yards. ' 
of Commons. THE FURLON/;; contains 220 staudard yards, and 
THE FOOT is one-third part of the said standard THE I\hu:, IÎGO st<lndard yards. 
J'ard. 1n superfil'ial measure, founded on the above 
'fHr: INCH is one-twelfth part of the standard I basis, the rood of land cOiltains 1210, and the 
foot. acre of land 4'40 square yalds. 
The statuto of 5 Geo. IV. c. 74, having declared the Iwnnd A voird!lr;;i
 to- be 7000- 


ains Troy weight; (the difference between- the pound Troy and pound Avoirdupoi
 
Þ,üil1g ag 5760 is to 7000), gives the 
IIfEASURES AND WEIGHTS OF THE. GAI.LOS. 
Cubic Inches. Avoi.rdupois Weigbt. 
lb. oz. dl's. 
Corn Gallon............ 268.8 9 10 11 
Wine Gallon.. ... . . . . .. 231 8 5 6
 
Ale Gallon... . . .. .. .. .. 262 10 2 11 
 
The 'Vinchester Bu..;hel is 2150.42 cubic inches. 
Quarter of Grain, 8 \Yinchester Bushels. 
Quarter of Maize, or Indian Corn, 480 pound
. 
Ten Winchester Quarters are equivalent to 9.6941'1 Imperial Quarters. 


TII)Y Weight. 
lb. oz. dwts gl'S. 
11 9 7 12 
10 I 9 2'2. 
12 <1 6 & 


I)IPERIAJ
 'VEIGI-ITS A
D lUEAfoò:URES NO\V I.:v USE I!\. 
GREAT llRITAI
. 


IMPERIAL TROY WEIGHT. 
The Standard Pound contains 5760 gr8
 
Frenclt Grnmmu.. 
1 grain 0.0648 
21 grains .. u. . . . . .. . . . . ..... 1 pennyweight 1.5552 
20 pennyweights... . ..... . ... 1 ounL"e 31.1027 
12 ounces....... .. . ..... .. ... 1 pound 373.2330 
Troy Weight is used in the weighing of gold and silver, jewels, &c. It is also used 
in asceltaining the strength of spirituous liquors j in philosophical experiments; and in 
l'dmparing ditItmmt weights with each other. 
APOTHECARIES' WEIGHT. 


F,cnch GramTMs.. 
1 grain 0.0643 
20 grains .................... 1 :::cruple 1.296 
3 f'cruples. .. . ..... . . .. . . .. . 
 1 dram 3.RA8 
8 d lams .......... . . . . . . . . .. 1 OUIICB 31. 10:2 
12 ounces. .... . . .. . . . . . .. .. .. 1 pounJ 3n.'233 
'n1i.-ö i
 used for meòical prescriptions. Dru
5 are bought and sold by Avoirdupois.. 
DIAlifOND WEIGHT. 
The Diamond carat weighs 3} grains Troy, thus- 
Dia1nond JVei;;hl. Troy JJreighl. Du:'igram1i48o 
16 parts... . . ...... 1 grain Ot'õ grains 511 
.1. grains. . L. . U u. 1 carat 31" 2051 



61 


IIIPUUL A VOIRDVPOI8 WEIGHT. 


.l'rmcA o,'Qmmea. 
1 dram 1.771 
16 drams · .. · ..... · . .. . . ..... 1 ounce 28.346 
16 ounces. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . ... 1 pound 453.544 
28 pounds. .. . . ..... . ..... ... ] quarter 12.699 killogrammes. 
4 quarters ..................1 hundredw't 50.796" 
20 hundredweight'... ......... 1 ton 1015.920 " 
The dram is subdivided into 3 scruples, and each scruple into 10 
rains: the pounrl, 
flf 7680 grains AvoirJupois, equals 7000 grains Troy, and hence 1 grain Troy equaJa 
1.097 grains AvoirJupois. lIenee, also, 
144 lbs. Avoirdupois 
192 oz. do. 


1751bs. Troy, and 
175 oz. " 


The stone is generally 141bs. Avoirdupois weight; but for butchers' meat, or fuJ\, it 
)5 8 lbs. lIenee the cwt. is equal to 8 stone of 14 lbs., or 14 stone of 8 lbs. 
A stone of glass is 5 lbs: a seam of glass, 24 stone, or 120 lbs. 
Hay and Straw are sold by the load of 36 trusses. Truss of nqw hay weighs 60 lb!. 

ld hay, 56 lbs.; straw, 36 lbs. 


WOOL WEIGHT
 
7 pounds..... . . . . . .. .,. .... 1 clove I 6
 tods..... . .. .. . · · ..,... 1 wey 

 cloves. .. . . .. . . .. . . ... 1 st(1ne 2 weys....... ......... 1 Back 
2 stone .. . . . . . .,. . . . . . .. 1 toJ 12 sacks ............. - .. 1 last 
240 lbs. .... ...1 pack. 


CHEESE AND BUT,TER. 


8 pounds 
32 cloves 


1 clove 
1 wey in Essex. 


42 cloves 
56 pounds 


IMPERIAL LONG MEASURE. 


142 inches ...... · · . . . . . . · . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1 foot 
3 feet .......................... . ... 1 yard 
5! yards. .. . . . . . . .. . . . ... .. .. . .. . .. 1 pole or rod 
40 poles ...... ...... ....... ......... 1 furlong 
8furloIlO's..... ....................1 mile 
3 miles 
 . . . . . . .. .... .. - . . . . . . . . .. 1 league 
60 geographical, or 69! English miles... 1 degree 
The palm is 3 inches; the hand, 4 inches; the span, 9 
6 fect. 


IMPERIAL SUPERFICIAL MEASURE. 


1 wey in Suffolk. 
1 firkin of Butter. 
-
 


French Metrfs. 
0.3048 
o 9144 
5.0291 
201.1632 
1609.3059 
4827.9179 
11120.7442 
inches; and the fathom 


French Sqllart Jfetres. 
144 square inches. .... .. ........... 1 square foot 0.0929 
9 square feet. .. . . ..... ...... . ... 1 sqnare yard 0.8361 
30! square yarJs..... . . .. . . .. .. ... 1 square pole 25.2916 
40 square poles..... ...... ....... 1 :>quare rood 1011.6662 
4 square roods.. .... ...... eo.. . ... 1 square acre 4046.66,18 
Land is u!'ually measured by a chain of 4 poles, or 22 yards, which is divided into 
100 links. Ten chains in len
th, and one .in breadth, make an acre, which equals. 
160 square perches, or 4.810 square yarJs. 


CUBIC, OR SOLID MEASURE. 
1728 cuhic inches.. ..o...eo...... 1 cubic foot 
27 cubic feet..... . . .. . . -. u . u 1 cubic yard 
40 feet of rough timber, or l 1 I d t 
50 feet of hewn timber, S.... oa or on 
42 cubic feet ....... ...,.. ........ 1 tOB of shipping. 
D 
_ 


.028:J 
.7645 
1.1326 
1.4157 
lA 1892. 



62 


The dimen!5ions of the English Standard Bushel are, external diameter, 19
 ineh68'; 
inner diameter, 18&; depth, 81; and height of the cone (where heaped measure i. 
permitted), 6 inches. 
To convert 'Vine Gallons into Imperial Ganons, multiply by 2'r
\\n or by .83311 ; 
and to convert Imperial Ga1\ons into Wine Gallons, multiply by the recipror.al fraction 
.1-JiF 4, or by 1.20032. For most practical purposes, multiply by five and divide by six, 
and conversely. 
By the Act 5 and 6 Will. IV. c. 63, it was provided that all local or customary 
measures should be abolished. 
The Act further provided that heaped measure sh01:ld be abolished, except with 
articles incapable of being stricken, and which could not conveniently be sold by 
. weight,-that coals should be sold by weight,-that all articles
 except gold, "ïlver, 
platina, diamonds, other precious stones, and drugs by retail, should be sold by Avoir- 
dupoÎ!'4. The stone was declared to be 14lbs.; the hundred-weight, eight such stones; 
and the ton, twenty such hunched-weights. 


TARES ALLU\VED BY THE CrSTOlUS. 
Coffee in bags and mats .. 3 per cent. , Raw Sugar in casks ..... 12 per cent. 
Raisins in boxes... .. .. .. 15" Do. boxes...... 15 " 
Do. casks. .. . . . . . .. 12" ' Do. mats.. ... . 5 " 
Do. f rails. . . . · . . . . . 4" Do. bags ...... 5 " 


píqJulatio1t of \1.tanaða. 


The pr
per officer of t
e Government being now. enQ'aQ'ed in making up compar:ttive 
ro1\s prevIOus to the takmg of the general census IU Febru
ry next, we are unable to 
give any very minute det
ils, and we consequently pre
er po!"tponing till next year 
enteÚng int9 any compmatlve table8, conVInced that we wIll then be able to do it with a 
"Teater bope of accuracv. 
.. The following is the official abstract for 1846:- 
LO"TElt CANADA. 
Area in square Miles, 198,999. 
'VI ' 
 Males, . . 314,855 I Total in 1844, . . . , 
lItes, 
 Females, . 346,077 Illerea
l' in ]844, 
H1 k ' 
 l\1aleg,. 140 Do. in 184.5, 
ac s, 
 Females, 12] I Do. 1846,. 
-- Immigration in 1814, ]8.15, 
Total in 1844, . 691 193'* Do. 1846 


691,193 
19,351 
20,731 
17,fi26a 
10,79:2 
1,909 


Total population of L. C. January 1, 1847, 761,602 
· Aliens not included, ] ,505. 
Population to a r,quare Mile, about 31. Servant
,-Malps, 5967, Females, 16,901. 
Subsistin g on alms, 4563 ; Trade or Commerce, 3739. Deaf, Dumb, &c. &c., 2506.. 
a Increase in 18-16 : 
Births, 35,384; Marriages, 6921; Deaths, 17,758.-Increase, 
UPlJoElt CAX ADA. 
If;H.-Square Miles, 46,461
. 
Males-Whites, . . . . 257,565-Black8, 
Females, Do. 242,
2- Do. 


17,626. 


2109-259,914 
1708-226,141 


J ncreasc by immigration 4 years, . . . . . . . 
N aLural increase, (This is taken at 1 '2
 pc.r cent for- 4 years,) 
Total, 


486,055 
81,403 
60,7,';6 


Aliens not included, 7,595. 
Servants,-Males,3184, Females, 8209. Alms, 328. Deaf, Dumb, &c. &c., 167
, 
F.o!!:i!!ed in Commerce, 3G89. 
No'Register of Births, Deaths, or Marriages kept in Upper Canada, 


628,'214 



53 


POPULA'rION BY ORIGIN. 
LOWER C.4.NADA, 1844. 
12,136 
440,512 
13,591 
5'
0,215 
86,07.5 
2,471 
e,193 


English, 
Irish, 
Scotch, . . 
Canadian French, 
Do. TIriti,h, 
Continent of Europe, 
Uniteù States, 


IXDIAN RET"CRNS. 
Return of Equipments for...,.............. 18-16, . . . . 


Full 
 Chie
, 
Eq - t \Varnors, 
lllpmen, \Yomen, 
( Chief
, 
\Varriors, 
\VomPfI, 
o 
 1 
 to 15, 
S' ;) to 9, 
ç::l 1 to 4, 
.f: 
 10 to 14-, 
5 to 9, 
Õ 1 to 4, 


49 
63 
73 
]90 
2liS7 
3159 
7:3'3 
71;J 
891 
5:-:':3 
671 
9ïJ 


UPPER CANADA, 1812' 
43,009 
82,728 
42,033 
U,767 
261,82:2 
6,
57 
34,739 


18-17, . . . . 1848, 
46 46 
50 50 
79 79 
]89 187 
3171 3293 
4097 3875 
9040 800 
9:H 939 
1190 1201 
710 649 
8-1.8 888 
1146 1 '214 


Totals, 10,736 13,C64 
Il\1}IIGRA TIOX FOR 15-16. 


Steerage, . . . . . . . . . . 
Cabin, .......... 


Eng1an(l, Ireland, Scotland, 
8,&90 ... 20,SH .... 1 ,!j
5 
273 ... 'lG7. . . . 1:!0 


Totals, 18'11),.... 9,163 
Total, 18-15, 


21,049 


l,ti45 


Increase in 1816, . . 


13,241 


Other places, 
896 
32, 153 
600 


896 


32,753 
25,375 


7,3í8 


The Steera!!e Pa!"sen!!ers were a
 fol1o,,"s :- 
Mecha
lÍcs, 715-=--Farmels, 4.831-Labourers, 6,733-Servanls, 87. 
Males-adults, 12,366 U!ld
l' 14 years, 3,901-16,267 
Females, do. 1O,S92 do. do. 3,814-14,706 
Infants, ..- 1,180 


Total, 


32,153 


There embarked of male arlults, N,407,-Fcmale adults, 10,951.- 
From 1 to l-1-
lales 3,9:.iO,-Fenmles 3,8G5.-Infants, 1,170 
Do. do. Cabin pa8seugus, 


32.353 
ßOO 
32,953 


To!al who em Larked, 
Deaths on pas!õ:a2'(',-1\Iale adl11t
, 41,-FemaJe aùults, 59.-Chihlren- 
:Male, 59,-Female, 51.-Illfants, 62, .... .. . . .. . .. .. 


Born on passage,-Males, 32--Females, 40 .. 


Total landed, 


272 


32,68 J 
72 


32,753 



64 


bIMJGl\A TIO}(.-( Continued.) 
I. ti.-a year5, from 18'29 to 1833 there arrived 
Do. do. 1831 to 1838 do. 
Do. do. 1839 to 184-3 do. 
'In three do. 1844 to 1846 do. 
Estimate for 1847, 
Since 1829, 
ARRIVALS AT QrEBEC SINCE IS-H. 


167,691 
96,351 
123,860 
78,271 
100
OOO 
.. 566,179 


Eng 
Irel 
Hoot 
Lo\V 
G<K 


IS-H. I 181t. 18-13. 1841. I 1815. I 1846. 
land. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . ... 6,783 12,49:3 6.946 7,701 8,833 9,163 
and. . . . · ......... . . 8,430 25,470 9,633 9,773 14.208 21,049 
]and. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
216 5,887 4,178 2,4.51 2
174 1,645 
er Ports. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37-l 524 430 217 160 ...... 
man y . . . . . . · . . .. · . .. . . . . . ...... ...... ...... ...... 896 
-- -- 
Totals If1,803 44,374 21,187 20,142 25.375 32,75 
 


-- 
-- 


KIN(;STON AC ENCY, -1846. 
\.rrivedby St. Lawrence and Rideau 24,655-from United States 2,864-27,519 
Proportion distributed in Lower Canada, .. .. .. .. 8,095 


Total immigration, 
The Immigrants who:u rived at Kingston were distributed as follows, 
I
nded at Cobourg and Port Hope-settled in Newcastle District 
Do. 'V hit by, Windsor, and Darlin.gton, 
Do. Toronto-settlpd in Home and Simcoe Districts, .. 
Do. HamiJton-
ettled in Gore and WelIington Districts, 
Do. Niagara and Queenston, .. .. .. .. 
Do. Por(S/anley-settled in Ihe 'Vest, 
Do. Kin
ston, Picton and Belleville, 
Destination not known, supposed United_States, 


35,614 
1,868 
1,142 
14,881 
3,594 
843 
1,674 
1.528 
1:989 
27,519 


The Immigrant tax in 1845, amounted to 
Do. do. 18-16, do. . · . . 
Receipts from England in aiù of Immigration in 1845, 
and a ]ike sum in 1846. 
lR-t7-The ta1L will amount to ahnnt .f:12,OOO or 1:13,000. The expenditure will be "eIY 
great, but it is believed that the Impcrial Governmept will defray roo!'t ot the expenses. 


.-E4 558 10 3 
6 0.56 11 9 
2 737 10 0 


80LElU
IZATln
 OF MARRIAGE I
 UPPER CA::\ADA. 
By the Act of the Provincial Parliarr1ent, passed in 1847. any Clt'fgymf'n or Minister pf any 
Religious Denomination of Christians v. haten>r, is authol ised to ðolemnize the ceremony o( 
marriage, in Upper Canada, between any t\..O persons, neither of whom is lIm1er any legal 
disqualification to cor.tract matrimony. To entille any such Clelgyman or l\til,i
ter to !'uch 
privile,ge, he must be a suhject of her 1\Iajesty, and have taken the oath or aflìrmation of 
allegiance, before the Registlar of the County in which he officiates as such Clergyman or 
:Minister; and at Ihe time of his taking such oath or affirmation, he must pro("lce 10 buch 
Registrar evir1er:ce of his being a recogr,ized Clerg} man f)r 
1 ini
ter of the Religious denomi. 
nation to which he protèsses to belong', in the shape of a certificate flom the Bishop, l\Ioderator 
(If Presbytery, Clerk of Conferellce, Church \Vardens, Trustees, or Managers (as the case may 
be,) of such body; whereupon the Registrar is to grant him a certificate of his ha,'ing COIl formed 
to thl'! provisions of the Act. The Ii egistrar is to keep a n
cf'rd of such oaths, affirmations and 
certificates, and !or each case he shall receive a fee of .)8. This Act is not to affect thp. rights of 
:Ministers or Clerg} men, ",ho were ]ne\'iously authO/:zed Ly law to solf'mllize marriage; and 
fcom henceforward, it shall not be nece

aIY for any C!er
yman or I\linister f)fany der.omination, 
to go belore the Court of Quarter Se
sions, to give prnof of his ordination. &c,. as required by a 
former law, or to obtain from such court any certificate: his compliallce with the provi
if)lls of 
this Act, is declared to be to all intents and purpOS('s equivalf'nt to the other, and alllhat is 
necessary to be done, to entitle any Clergyman or Mir1ister in Upper Canada to solemnize the 
O<<QØ100Y of marriage. 



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REVENUE.-( Conlt1'l'ucd.} 
Tbe Revenue {or the years 1842 and 1843 was 1:1,360,337 138. 6d, Ot' an 
average of .............................,..................... 1:680,163 16 It 
The Rt'vemlP for the years 1843 and 1841 was Æ2,003,331 Is. 1OJ., or an 
a verage of ...............,............... ................... 1,00 I ,665 10. 11 
The Revenue for the years 18H and 1845 was .Ll,954,02
 Us. 2d., or an 
average of.............. .. ................. .............. 977,01415 7 
The Revenuc for the years 1845 and 18-16 was .;fI,4DO,828 16s., or an 
a verage of...... . . .. . . . . , . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . 745,414 8 0 


Shewing an improvement of nearly .ElOOpOO In the settled resources, exclusive of tbe 
Guarauteed Loan. 


NO rES Al\'D EXPLANAT10l\'S, 


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TO THE T.4<BLES ON THE PRECEDING P_
GE. 


1812.-a. 1:800J remained to be paid on account of 1842. 


t813.-b. The deficienry of .f:-H,977 ] Is. 9
 d , cansed by over-trading in the previolJS year
 
c, A portion of Ihis rever.ue is retainf'd in the hilllÙS of the ('ornnm:
ioner to mp.ct 
e}(penses. rl The payment in 18.12 was Ihe la;;t in,>tnlnJ(nt dlJe by the CllmparlY. 
e. Th
 chief increase was on the 'Vp:I.Uld Can,tI Tolls, \\ hií'h previ(lll
ly went for 
repair>:. J: Ko monies have heen paid on this açrount 
i"ce lilt' d ath of 
ir J Ca!dwpll, 
but the J'ents and profils lire aCí'lImuli1tili
 in the hands of a Curator arpoir.tpd to the 
Estatps, VI ho cannot pay tllP monies unlil an older IIf the COllrt is mad
 to that effect. 
g. The deticipncy is caused by deplcs1'inn of TJade, in conHfjut'nce I)f over-trading in 
It-:4:!. h. A pOltion of the amouul drawn in It43 Was on account of expenditure in 
1812. 


18-14.-i. Increase of rrade, ami new dllties on ]j\'e stock anI a
ri('11Ytural produce. j Increase 
on Shop and Inn L.censes allli sales hy auction. k. Th
 aCí'()(Jllls 0" the Land Otlit'c Jor 
tbe latter six months ot ISH, furuished too late, as well as a ! al,\lIC
 of .f:ll,835-a debt 
of .:C1.l,7JJ paid to the Clt-'rgy Fund out of tbese le\.pllues. 1. The public monies are 
now fleposited if! the Chartel"" Banks, Jor wijich some Înlerpst i", alluweù. m. A balance 
of .!'1400 from 1
43 was paid iu 1844. n. Two years blendld. 


18.t
.-o. Tht: three items, viz., Exci
e Duties, Lií'enH's E. and 'Y., had prpviousJy been 
considered as EXci
e I
e\'ehIJe; but, by an Ac! 0\ thc Le
islature, the dUlies on Tavern 
Licenses in C. \\T. werp. approplialf'(1 t,) pay H,'bellion Lo",.t's. ami 'nol>c of C. E. fur 
municipal purpo<es. p. 111':'llIdl:'s a bal<\llce flOm 184-1 oj .t:13,f:J0 21>. lUd. onlv paid in 
18-J5. q. Tolls on 1'\ew \\'olks (
omplt';f'd. 1'. Fillctuatior. of Tra
le. s. Re-payment 
of Loan to Trinity HOltse. Quebec. Jor Li
hl HrHl
t'S. t. Only 
 balunce of Guörunteed 
Loan to be drawn in 18t}. u. Payment of sum3 due by the late Sir J. CaJúwd1. 
t'. Large amouut of anears paid in lti.1l. 


J816.-w. Fluctuation of Tradp, ilwrease of hE>me manuf,ldllrps, rarticularJy Lealher, and a 
\'O'ry cQllsiderable over-iml'ortatioll in 1
-I,j x. The divi
i{'11 of the Fxcise HC\'enll
 
may cause some contusion, The al'fual .Exci"p l'lIties for 18-15 well' .i.1R2-1!) W!". 5d, 
and in 18-16 .f:16,7ìG 7s 211.; to 'R
j ale to bt' adtlt.d t\\O I>ums. \ iz. .f:ti3-t7 28. 5d. for 
Tavern Licenses, C. W , and ,
.Hì2G for C. E [See Ifole 0] 'j he Taveln Lií'pnses 
in C. 'V. tor J8-W òmount to.f: 0,681 17s 2d. TLe Hellll'll for ISÜ includes only three 
(Illarters of the yea I'. l\" 0 cn'd.t a rpeal s ill IB.W [or Ta vel II LIcenses lor C, Eo; hut 
since the a('coullts were made up. SC\ eral ;;ums have bc!'n p;,id in. y. Jncre:Jse in the 
number of vc;:;sels. z Complt"ion of the \\.01 ks and illc'ea
ed tr;rde .. Increase ill 
consequence of the illí'rea!'c in tlte Lllmber and Corn TIiItJe. t Ðt:lit'iency caused by 
paymcllt of loans .f:!i()üU in I 4.\ anù ..t:4:1,)0 in 1 -16. :t: lJepo
ils at tht' Bitnks \H're 
less in I Q46, as the exppnditure li>r I ublic \\'01 ks was H-cuct'd. and t hI' sums to be 
raised undel' the gUaJantf'ed loan were nt'ady t'xrt'rH:ed Hils ){'ar (
Sce Not
 .:t J 
ø A considerable sum \\(l.S J'eco\el'f'd in IR4,j flOm th
 Estates of the latp 
lr.T Caldwell. 
'If and'" Heasons of il1cleasc evident. tt 
ollle ancal's wcre !Jaid up iu 1846. Ut &1 
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THE ACT TO Ri:GUL'l.TE THJ! 
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SERVANT 1"1" UPPER CANADA, 
passed in 18H. was intend
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It enacts that verbal as wf'll aa 
written agreements between mas- 
ter and servauts or laborers, for the 
pprlmmance of duties, are bil.d- 
ing, provided the verbal agree- 
ment shall not exceed one year. 
P,!rsoJls ha\'ing entcled upon ser- 
vice, who refuse to go to work, 
leave the employ, or disobey tho 
commal1l1s of those they ha \'e en- 
gaged (0 SUVP, or their rerresen- 
taÜves, or illjure the property 
of their employers commith d to 
th
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me II! by one or more Justicesof 
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ment. The Act pro vi lies tor the 
regu
ation of ta\ ems and. lodging 
hvuses, in cOJlnection with ser- 
vants; and d"clat'es that any 
tavern k,,"', el'perEUadillglàborers 
to confedt'rate to 
ecUle high 
wages. shall be deprived. of his 
lil'ens", and liable to be filled; and 
allY boallJing-housc keeper guilty 
01 a like ûf!eIJCp.. shall be subject 
to fine 01' imprisonment. Ta \ ern 
alld Lmnùing hùll
e kf'epers have 
no pow
r to detain the wearing 
apparel of any sel\'a'Jt or lab"rer 
in pledge {or any exrem;es in- 
c"rred, for an alTlount exceeding 
3. l s.-upon tel,der of which Slim, 
or any less sum clue, thf'Y must 
bt. gi\'en up. This provi!iion does 
not (lpply tootherploperty of tho 
selvant. IJlfOlma:iom. ')\ contra- 
venti-ins f)f the 1'1'. \i",iolls of the 
Ac(, IT.ust be taken 011 oath by 
lJlHò or more.r usti
es of the Peace, 
who arp empowered to pUJli",h by 
fiJle or impnsollmpnt, al,d COlÒtS i 
such tilles tu be appht:d 10 the 
pili posps of the Dist. i('t, I own, or 
Cily. anrlno! toexClpd in amollnt 
.L), or in dmation olle mOllth, and 
not be less thall one cia}. t:hould 
a line he ill II ú.t/ d alllllt'main un- 
p:lIC1, the pOi IIder mdY be com- 
mittee! for th
' time limited by the 
cOllviction. Ff)r thp summary pun- 
ishmellt of dt'IICf'S, it i
 further 
1;lfI\"jtl,.,d that parties co')mmilting 
brpachcs 01 the Act, may be pun- 
ished in allY District in which they 
may be found, 
The 8erv"lIt is proteclecl by a 
I'TO\"Ision, /!ivillg the Justice>> 
power, w"ere there has beeR 
(See bottom of next page.) 



Ea!'tern . . 
Ol1awa . . 
Johnst'wn 
Bathurst. 
Dalhousie 
PrineeEù. 
l\lidland. 
Victoria . 
Newc'stle 
Colborue. 
Home ... 
Niagara . 
Gore . . . . 
\Vell'ton. 
Brock. . . 
Talbot. . . 
I.all,lon . . 
Huron. . , 
\Vestern . 
Simcoe . .1 
I 
Totals. .îl;; 
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Dish iets. 


60 


Local ReTenues (U. C.) applied to Local purposes, and 


1114 ':l. 1 U4:3. 18 
Valuation of I Amount of - -Valua t ion o f - , Amount or -Valuation o( 
Property. Asséssrnents. Propt>rty. Asse
sments Property. 
.J;; so. d.l- 
 - s. 
I.- -1:, - s.d. - .f;- s.- d. i: 
--s. d
 
566956 15 4' 1913 4 4 
66/,101, 18 0 5014 12 

 57260-1- 1 0 
Bti537 1, 0 ' 405 1 O
' 178:J71 ]5 0 :J:J8 0 9 I 175589 10 0 
4o"
9;!-;! ]
 ] 0: 3631 9 10 I 4
8105 17 6 1 S790 1 8 1 44.293
 11 8 
2
3g3:}6 0 0; ::HH 7 I
I Qß:3691 13 9' 2:J:J9 ]0. 8
 27606:3 14 5 
167316 
 0 ' 1 HW 17 o
 13939-2 17 01 1 l(j3'j. 17 IO
 tI3:J3!J.2 17 0 

4ß900 0 0 I
!i7 5 7 2:J8383 0 () 1078 15 II 1 259193 0 0 
;J26-!OI 0 0 , 41159 1 5 5G-l14J 0 0' 5174 I:J O}. 532:J;J6 0 0 
200
íH 0 oi 177::3 15 9 2061U3 13 o
 13
9 9 5
1 2
5819]3 0 
42 tH'l 0 0: 
137 1::3 O
 416408 1 0 37t57 6 n 4740:J7 11 0 
];"9.103 16 0; 745 6 7 ß8;37.[]5 0' ]j}9t-]2 6
 1 5670U9 0 0 
9:!-:!335 0 0: 3::3ß ß 5 83]4:3-3 0 0 6tH:J H 1 L73732 0 0 
:J731ì9]6 o! 58J.t. 8 6
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93li,W9]9 01 íIJ;l5 7 IO
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 10417 IS 0 0 
251
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4
3
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2
OS:'35 ] 5 41 3:J3
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3:J'l I.t 10 ::k390 1 :J
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 I 6!.J I <;!,t 14 4 299ö H 7 13;}f}3:3 14 6 
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37:'3 4 ß. 
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1 I0636'l 12 0' 1 1226 1 I
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90 17 {) 
SanlI 10 0 1 20;)5]5 9 1 S
12
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97 13 IO
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5 


I\oTE.-The Returns: marked t are those of the prevlOUi 


neglect or ilI-us;J;;f' on the p..rt of the employer, to SllmmOIl him brfore them; when, on 
proof of the trulh of 
lIch slalement, they lTIay dischar
e lhe sel\'ant from his bond, direct 
the paymPllt of his wa
es, (not ('xceedillg the sum of 1::10,) \\-jlh co.1S; and in default of 
paymt'nt wilhin tW('lIly-one days, is"ue a distress W,Iflant for the amount, to;;l'1her with the 
costs conseqm'nt thereon An ilppeal is 
1I1)\\'e{t to the Quarter 
es
i()ns. The Art is made to- 
apply to LJnlh the si/1
ular an,1 plural number, and boJies politic ami corporate, as well as to the 
masculine ami feminine 61:1.dcrs. 


'TO\VXS A
D VILLAGES OF U. c. 
.I1n .'let to confer lima
rl Corl'omte Powers on Ute Towns an I. Villages of Canada JVest, 
not specially IncorpoJ'llfctl.-[Paf>srd by the Legif>la'ure in 18.17.] 
It being considered expedi('nt for the \\'t.1I being of the inhabitants of Towns and Villa
es 
that limited Corporate poweìS shoulu b
 conf,'rreu on tlll'm, it is by this Act enaclell: That 
inhahitant houf>chf)ld,'/s. \\ berc there are thi/ly.n a town or \-illage. allli if they tl.ink fit, sball 
on the iirst J\1,'wlay in October, ir, pach }ear, at a plan' to bl" aprointed by a Justicf' of the 
Peace,-such ti/IJe and pLtc
 I' meeli"g to be puLJli>ohed for /lot less than ti:!:ht, nor more th;m 
twelve days previ,)ltsly. by a rllu,ic no;iee to be pos'etl iu at 'eaõ.t three of Ihe most freque/lted 
places in the Towli or Vill.Igp.-alld havin
 elt:cltd a Chairman, plOcecü to the {Iecti,l(] of 
Trustees,-fhrce where rhe number of hnw".IJOlders does nol ex(:eed li!I';. and five ,,'here they 
exceed that rlUmber. The TIII
tels 
o CbOSt'lI, ;Ire d lI'er;etl to ('borse one fa om amor.g thems"!l VI'S, 
as In!'pector, who is to put ill l'1rce eel tilÍn I ules'}"id dowli t'j .he Act Tlw 1'1 uSlees f('mail1 
in oHire One year l,om the d.IY ()( ;ht'ir electioll, or nntil 0 hers shall be c1.o:;l'n in their stead. 
The Act then fully Sl'ts forlh the rules and rt 
ulatio/ls by \..hich such 10c.:I Go\'ernme/lt is to b
 
carritd 0:, as follows ;-PIOPI i:,tOl s 01 hOlls('s, heill
 more than one StOi y in height, are bound 
to plilce a Imldl>r I rom ,he glOlII,d to I he 1001 of their hnuse. as well as 0/11' hem the roof tll the 
chimneys Iht>H'ol, u, tier }wnally 01 fi\'e sbillings. ar.d h /I shillings for e\ery WH'k snch neglect 
continues. Each houscl:olller is to provide himself \\ il h l\' 0 huekt'ts, lor canying watl>r, in 
case of fift>, under the p"n.Ilty of Jive shi !lings lor each deficient buclwt. A ny person entering a 
barn or olJt-b 'i!ding.., wilh a li
ht 1..IIIt'nclo
ed, or t'a...yin:! a lil;hted pipe or ci:;ar, not plOpedy 
I!l't'ured, is liabl.. to a ppnallY of li\'e 
hillings, for c3eh ofit'nce. 1'\0 p,'rsons can light a 111'1' in 
nny wooden house or ont-house-ulIll'ss ill a bl ick or stone chimney, or mela I sto\'e-withont 
rellùering th
mselves lii\lJle to a IJenalty of h\o'e shillings. The canying tire or fuel on tire, 



not Rccounted for in the General Revenue of the Colony. 


61 


4t. 1845. ] 34tJ. 
Amount of -Valuation of Amoullt of 
A
se5sments. Proper ty. Asse:"smpnts. 
1.; s:--- ù
 - -l -so d. J; h. u. 
3179 14 7 39
813 1:2 0 3N5 11 4
 
36
 12..2 
3û58 8 0 993 3 61 
59:39 2 10 460!J 15 5 10 4
51 10 6 
1385 9 1 307:38
 5 0 5U58]8 0 
!t038 14 6 1" 2109
5 0 0 2088 14 6 
18i3 10 4 2753::J
 0 0 1958 7 6' 
5;}
H 15 51 
!WOO'2 0 0 5789 - 8 5
 
2138]3 5
 253956 0 0 2'!!J5 12 5 
4033 16 111 5S
3!Jû 12. 0 4ü56 l
 41 
21QI 15 9
 595!J70 0 0 
279 16 11 
 
7'278 9 6 039135 0 0 7776 W 3
 
6516 18 O
 57íßu4 13 1 5:i70 13 4 
8064 19 5 
 f 805708 4 0 8fì48 4 2i 
393] 0 5 367647 0 0 5ß41 17 4 
2402 9 7
 
mH15 9 6
 3
6 14 4A 
207::3 3 1O
 
511 ;J6 6 0 4697 5 7 
5&G4 10 7 536.395 5 0 65;}6 9 10 
]5
5 7 10 t 1
?(H21 S 0 15
5 7 10 
2804 5 lIi t::36976-2 0 0 2301- 51Ji 
25::39 15 I
 ]85Hi9 0 0 21()3 7 1
 

 
;-;-I 7781431 7 1
 I 72311 10 5 1--;;
;;--;iT-;;;;;
l 
YE'ar, the current Returns not ha\'ing been made in time. 


Amount of Valuation of 
ASQe
sments. Property. 
æ s. d. Ï, s. u. 
5047 11 S
 3&3151 14 3 
0371 1 ß 173
91 15 0 
:'661 9 9 456-115 19 7 
!!706 5 51 2906E3 7 9 
]68
 17 10
 2109:!5 0 0 
1919 17 1
 2711]59 0 0 
5769 II 6
 561160 0 0 

004 12 1 216[167 0 n 
5831 14 1 50&9 I7 1 8 
19
4 11 8 59;);)34 5 0 
7476 15 O
 9jll
6 0 0 
7S
5 IS 61 579314 6 10 
31U 1 8
 805708 4 0 
5458 9 4 308460 0 0 
2651 3 Cl3 269587 9 1
 
"":{ 
5
86 17 5 
5.J.]49 16 4 
6379 8 O
 48C6B 4 2 
1443 1 6 136421 3 0 
406..?, 7 11 5697tJ2 0 0 
2SÔ3 9 9 1í45ï:l 0 0 


thrOl:gh any opE'n way. withont being st'cured in a meta1 vcsse1, is an ofl'l'nce. and punishable 
by fine of 2s. 6d . and for each suhsfqllent transgr('
sion, by fine of five shi:lmgs. The placing 
hay, straw or f,ldder in any dwellin
 house, is punishable by fine of five shilliligs, and a further 
fine of ten shillin
s for every wed, ils removal shall be neglected. O\'ens, alld furnaces for 
potteries, breweries, or potash or pearl ash manufactories, nllisl be properly cnnm,'cted wi-th a 
chimnpy of brick or stone, which chimney must rise three feet higher than the roof of the building 
in which the fUlnace is placed, or that of any bui!ding within one Òain .A tbe furnace, under a 
penalty not excpeding lOs.; and the owner is liable to a penally of 15s. for each weEk he shall 
refuse to comply with this regulation. Parties keeping gunpowder for salt' must havt' it in boxes 
of tin. copper, or lead, under a penalty. for ne
lect, of .El for the l;rst, 
nd 1.;:! for the second 
offence. Th
 sale of gunpowder at lòight, in allY bouse or store-house, rendels the vender liable to 
a penally, for the fir,;t offence, of two pounds, nnd for each !'uh
eqUf'nt off
nce thlee pounds. 
The casting any filth, rlJbbish or ordure into the street, is pUlli:.hable for the oHence by a fine 
of two shillin
s and si"{pehce, and li\'e shillings for each \\'f't'k it rt'mains ullIemO\ ed, afler 
notice from the Inspector. Stove pipes may not be cor.dlocted thrrugh a wooden or lathed 
part:tion or floor, without lea\'ing a space of six inches bt'1\\ecn tilt' pipe alld the wood-work, 
&tnd it is further provided Ihat stove pipes must be iuser" d into chimllf'Ys. lea\'ing ten i/lches 
between the shme and wood-work; a penalty of ten shillings is incUlled by a viol.ltion of 
thf'se provisions. Charcoal furnaces may not be erectfd within the limits of such town or 
village, under the penalty of one pound. The Jightin!! fin's in a stl'eet 01' lane, rendpfs the party 
liable to a penalty of five shillings Ashes and ci/lders (pot and pedrl a
hes excepted) must 
not be kept in any wooden box or ves,.el, unless lined "itb sheet ilOn, tin 01' copper, 1'I.der a 
penalty of five shillin
s. A similar provision is made, as to the dl'positipg cJ!lick lime in allY 
house or building, where it may be iu contact with wood, &c',; breach of the same is pU/li
hahle 
by a fine of JivE' shillil:gs. and a further peliaIty of ten !'hillings for f'ach ddY it remdin. 
unremoved or unsecured. Penalties under the Act must be sued for within ten days after the 
otfc'nce for \\ hich they shall ha\'e bpen illcurred shall ha,'e cpaserl. Irdormations are to be 
preferred by the Inspector, b
f<>re a Distlict ì\lagi
trate resident within ten mil._'s from the EpOt 
where the offence was committt'd, who is emp<>wer(,d to hear alld determine summarily, on the 
information of one credible witne,>s, nnd cause the penalty to be le\'ied l.y dl
tress, whicb 
penalty is to be applied by the Path Master to the repairs ar.d improvement of sheets, lanes, 
&c. Any Insp
ctor or Trustee wilfully nC'glecting to fulfil any of the Iluties impo
ed (Ill lIUn. 
iIi puni1;hable, on convictioll, by a fine of fin ihillings. 



62 


DEBT AND LIABILITIES OF CANADA, .JANUARY, 1817. 
t. ENGL.\ND, bearing interest at 5 per cent., up to the present date by debenture, exclusive 0' 
the guarantee loan ..,............ ... -.... .. -. . . , . . . . . . .. Ll,068.375 7 8 
In CANADA, viz., in Upper Canada Debenturf's, and Debentures of Canada 328,772 3 I,V 
[By" Upppr Canada Oebentures" are understood those issued since the union, under Acts o'} 
tbe United LegislatllfP.) 
PROVfNCBL DEBEN'JURES, LOWER C-\N.-\DA, vested in Trustees for \\"orks,theinterestoI'J.r 
being g'lal'anteel1 by the Province, and all paying, except the fll'st 1\, 0:- 
Chambly Canal, ... .,.......... ..f:35,UUO Amount forward ......... ,;(68,830 
Turupike TJ ust, Quebec. . . .. . .. . . 33,850 Longneuil and Chambly Trust.. . .. J5,OOO 
-- lla.hour, l\'lontleal .. . 
.......... 9U.92:; 
FOI'ward ............... ,;(6:;,8:'>0 Turnpike 1'Iusts, Montreal........ 47,000 
At 6 per cent., Æ-1,130. _ 
.!:221,775 


REDEMPTION OF PUBLIC DEBT, being balance to meet rise or fall in exchange. .f:j2Tt 19s. 3d. 
NEW ENGLISH LOAN,-Sterlill
, .f:1 3fi3,060 t qual dollars at 4s. fill., .f:l,514,521 2s. 3d; 
interest, at 4 per cent., ..i60.580 168. lU.%d. 
The official accounts of this loan are made in pounds sterling, equal to ..il 4s. 4..1., currency, 
which gives the currency at .f:l ,G,,)8,3B9 13s. 4..1.; interest, at 4 per cent., .f:66,33ã lIs. 9d. 
RATES OF IKTEREST. 
The debt in Ef1:;land is all at [) per cent. per annum. 
Of the ,-(328,772 38. 174d. due by Canada Debentures, .f:3760 bears interest at 2, 3, 4
 5, 
and 6 per cent., vjz.:- 
2 per cent. for the 1st and 2nd years, I 5 per cent. for the 5th year, 
3 " 3..d" (j" 61h and following years. 
4 " 4th " 
,-(144,910 at 5 per cent.; .;f;j,OOO at 5% per cent.; .f:17:>,112 3s. I3.íd. at 6 per cent.. 
PERIODS OF REDE;\IPTION. 
ENGJ.ISH LOAN. 
In 1854 there is redeemable.. .,;(
OO,OOO 0 U I Bro
ght forward... .';(9
7,3i5 7 8 
1
55" 411U,000 0 0 In 1866 thereJsredeemuble... hl,OOO 00 
1857" 224,150 0 0 I --- 
1858" 4;í.500 0 0 Sterling..,.............. .f:l,U6S,375 7 8 
l863 u .... 77,72f> 7 8 ___ 
--::-- 1 Equal1oC'ydol'rsat4s.6ò.,.f:l,175,-d2 18 4. 
Forward.., ... .f:947,3.
 7 8 
L-\NAIHAN LOAN. 
Of this loan there is overdue .f:36,700 0 0 Bro'Jght forward..... .f:14-1,i47 17 91.í 
In 18471here is rede
mable.. 14,600 0 0 In 1859 thereis redeemable.. 7,3.
3 12 5 
1848 'ó 1 HI 13 4 18(j0" 7,70U 0 0 
1849" 119 13 4 1861" 5,300 0 0 
1850" 119 13 4 J86:I" 20;!3-1 0 0 
1851" 2],660 0 0 1864" 1,000 0 0 
185'
" 1,500 0 0 ]866
' 8.9:'>6 12 11 
1853 5-1,:'>50 0 0 1871" 83,4UO 0 0 
185-1" 4,150 0 0 JR7.t" 42.580 0 0 
]855" 4,8;'0 0 0 1875" 7,500 0 0 
1857 5,200 0 0 ---- 
1858" 1,178 17 9 1 . 1 TotaL..... .. . ... . . .. ,;(3_8,772 3 }l.4 


Carried forwarò . . . . .. .f:144, 747 17 974 


A l:SEI"lJL '{'ABIlE TO FILL OUT A PAHE. 
A box 2-1 inches hy Hi inches sqnarE. and 2
 A box 8 inches by 8,4 inches square :md ð 
inches deep, willcoutain a banel,or 10,8:'>2 inchps deep, will contain one peck, or 
cubic in...ht's. 537.1 cubic inches. 
A box 24 inrhes by 16 inches !i"ql1are and 11 A box 8 inches by 8 inches square, and 4.2 
im'ht's deep, 
 ill contain half a banel, or inches dpep, will contain oue half-peck, 
5,42() cubic incbes. or 268,0 cuhic inchps. 
Å. box 16 inches by 16.8 inches sqnare and 8 A box 7 inches by 4 inches square, aT.d 4..8 
inches def'p, will contain oue buslJel, or inches deep, will coutain half a gallon, or 

,150.4 I'ubic inches. 131.4 cubic inches. 
A box 12 inche5 by 11.2 inches square nnd 8 A 
ox 4 inches by 4 inches square and 4.D 
inches Jt'ep, will contain half a bushel, or I inches deep, will conti1in one quart, w 
l,,07
 cubic incbe&.. 57.5 cubic inches. 




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PROVINCIAL CANALS. 


Compendious Statement, shewing the Dimensions, Extent, and other detaile 
of the Provincial Canals constructed, and in progress of construction, 
under the Board of '\V orks, Canada. 


I i j 
 -.; SIZE OF LOC",. O;
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..... .... 
 
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.... 0 b.O .S .... 
 
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o ....:::. 
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)i.UoIES OF CANALS. 


. 
. WELLAND C'-NAL, connecting Lake Erie and 
Lake Ontario, and surmounting the Falls 
of Niaadra.................. ...-..... .... 24 ...... 
The mai
 trunk, from Port Colbome, Lake 
Erie, to Port Dalhousie. Lake Ontario.... 28 
The Junction Branch to DUnn- } Not { 
Br

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. 21 
MaItland. . .. . . . . . . .. .... 1 
 
t ST. LAWRE1\CE CANALS, connecting Lake 
Ontario with the Atlantic :- 
Th.e Ga!opp
s.............,............. 
POInt Inq'loJs .. ... . . ., . ... . .... ... . .. ... 
Papide Plat .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Farren's Point. . , . . . .... . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . 
t ComwaU Canal, passing the Long Sault 
Rapids ....,... _ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " 11i 

 Beallharnois Canal, connecting Lake St. I 
Francis ami Lake St, Louis, and passing 
the Coteau, Cedar, and Cascades Rapids.. 11! 9 8 2 i 
ft Lachine Canal, from Lachine to Montreal. . 8
 5 4.q 
--- 
Total from Lake Erie to tbe Sea...... f 69 I 54 
 
To contrast the S
. Lawrence route with tha I 
by the Erie Canal, the dimensions, &c., of the 
latter are given below:- 
-,rERIEC.,NH,(StateofNewYork)...... 363: 84 688 


3 


1 


1 


2 
3 
4 
i 


2 
1 
2 
1 


7 


150 26
 


330 


200 45 


8i 45 81 
9 45 81 


8à 35 71 
9 45 86 


9 50 90 
9 50 90 
9 50 90 
9 50 90 
9 100 150 


9 80 120 
9 80 120 


4 28 40 


:
 


150 26! 
200 45 


Vessels of from 300 to 350 tons burden may navigate the 'Velland and St. Lawreuce Canals. 
The distance from Lake Erie to Montreal, the head of navigation for Atlantic vessels, ÎI 
367 miles; a'ld the total fall fì'om Lake Erie to tide water, is 564 feet. 


8 
6 
Hi 
4 


200 45 
200 45 
200 45 
200 45 
200 55 


· This Canal has two entrances into Lake Erie-one at Port Maitland, about 38 miles 'West 
of Buffdlo; and tbe other at Port C'Jlbome, about 20 miles from Buffalo. At both places the 
Lake is generally open in spring from one to two weeks earlier than at Buffalo, This Canal 
also communicates with the Grand River Navig-ation at Dunnville. Two of the large class ot 
Locks are situated below St. Catherines, and steamboats may ascend to that place. 
t The
e Canals were all to be completpd in 1847. As steamers will always descend the 
Rapids outside of these Canals, they will not have to pass each other in them; and, con- 
t!equently, the width of bottom is reduced 50 feet. 
t Completed, and in full operation. 

 Completed. The Royal.Mail Steamers now descend from Lake Ontario to Lachine, witbin 
nine miles of Montreal. 
ß Will be completed for opening of navigation, 1848. 
"" These are the dimensions of tbe old Canal, capable e( passing boatb not exceeding iö 10M 
burden. 


48 


200 45 
200 45 


90 15 



70 


PROVINCIAL CANALS, &c.-(Continucd.) 


.... 'It 
..!Id
 
(; U'" SIZE OF LOCK'. 
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- - - - - - 
· Lock and Dam at Ste. Anne's Rapids, head of Montreal 
Island, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ...,..........' . .. 1 3 t06 200 45 7 
t Lock and Dam at St. Ours, on the River Richelieu,.. .. ". . . 1 3 to 7 200 45 7 
i Chambly Canal, connecting Lake Champlain and 
Chambly Basl11 ........Oo....... .. . .. ........... .. ........... . 111 7 .. .. .. . . .. 120 24 6 


· Completes the navigation by the Ridea
 and Ottawa Canals, ami c'bnnect3 Lake of Two 
Mountains with Lake St Louis. Is now in f,,]1 oJleration. 
t Will be completed in 1818; and steamboats from Quebec and Montreal may then ascend 
to the Chambly Basin; and vessels from the Upper Lakes, with produt'e, may descend the 
iit. Lawrence, and ascend the RicheJieu ar:d Chilmhly Canal, to Lake Champlain. 
+- Was constructed under the direction of Local Commissioners. 


CUSTOJIS. 
n:::r See Inspectl)r-General"s Department, pag-e 3:? 
:\{ONTREAL.- William Hall, Collector; John \Y m, Oliver, .First Clerk and TVarel1ou-M 
Keepel'; John Lewis, Second Clerk; John N. Travers, Tltird Clerk'; C. T. Stone, Fow.th Clf!rk; 
(Act.) Edward Vennor, Provincial Clerk; W. Sholes, Warehouse Locker; Sam. Halloway, 
Mel$.çcnger. 
W A'1'ERSIDE DEPARTMENT.-Robert H Hamilton, Landin!f Survey?r; James ì\liUs, Land- 
ing JVaiter anrlllfeasttrer of Ships; Thomas Thain, Landing TV"iler; Henry Pratt, do; Joh!) 
King, .Ilppmi.çer and .I1ssistant GauRer; H. W. Kin!!, Clerk to Landintr Sun'eyor; Alexander 
Henderson, Tidewaiter; .Tohn Fletchf'r, do, ; Jnhn Gray, P1'Cl)entive OJ!lcer, at Lachine; Jano 
Scholes, Housekeeper; Sundry persons employed as Tirlewailers, 4'c., during the navigation 
rocason. 
QUEBEc.-Henry Je8sopP. Collector; John Bntre. First Clf'rk awl. JVareholLsc Kefper; 
James Prendergrast, Second Clerk; Charles Secreta!!, Third Clerk; T. Ross, (Acting) Jiòurtk 
ClCl"k; Richard Charlton, Registry Cle, Ie for Merchant Seamen. 
W_'\TERSIDE DEP_\RT;\IENT -Charles Grey Stewart, Lanrlinr SIII'vel/OT; John Fletcher, 
Lantlin:.J JVaiter; John. P LVleara, do ; Chal'les E. Allen, do,; John Bartlett. Clerk tn Land- 
inf( SUTve
/or; John Fife, Tide Sun'Cllor; Thomas Lambert. Assistant Tiúe Surveyor and Tide 
JVaiter; James Carmichael, Tide JVailer; John Y I)ung. lfousekeepe1'; Sundry persons em- 
ployed as Tide IVaiters, Lockers, 4'c., during the naviga!ion Sf.>ason 
TORoNTo.-Colleclt)r, Robprt Stanton; Surveyor, John Roy; Fil'.w. Landing lVaiter, John 
Hemphitl; Second Landi11!f Wi,aer, William Elwell; First Clerk, Thomas Pearson. 
KING:òTON.-Collectol', Jamps Hopl,irI,; Sltn'eyor, G, A. Mai!lean; PÙst Landing TVaUer
 
D. Lynch; Second Land-ing H'ilifel', P- Carbot'Ough; Clerk, Wm. R Gowan. 
HAIUILTON.-Collector, John Davidson; Sllrveyor, 'William }>ril,g; Landing JVaiter, John 
Palmer j Clerk, John Valance. 
COLLECTORS. C"-NAJ>A EAsT.-Bf'ance, T. J. Ta"hereau; ('otean <lu I.ac, \Y. B. Simp80n; 
Compton, n. Vincent; Clarenceville, C. 
tewalt; Dundee. I
uc H. 
lasson; Eaton, H. S, 
:Moore; Frplighsbur
, Anson Kemp; HemmingfiJrd. G. N. Johnson: IInntingdon, James 
Rotham; Lacl'lIe, Thomas GorJon; Philipslmrg, P. P. Rm:,,;ell; Potton, Jamps H. l\l'Vcy; 
RUBseltown, John Davidson; 8utton, Benjamin Seaton; S:.lnsteaJ, James Thompson j 
t. 
Johns, William :Macrae; St. Regis, S. F. Finden. 
COLLECTORS, C
NAD_\ \\'EsT-River Rai"in. John Cameron; Cornwall, Gny C. Wood; 
Mariatown, A, l\TcDonell; Pre
cott, Alphells .Tonps; )Jaitland, J. Verner; Bror-"viile. W. F. 
.Meudel; Gananoque, Ephraim Websl
'r; Kill!!,ston, James HCJpkirk; Bath, C, .1\-1cKeT1zie; 
ßpIleviIle, Henry Baldwin; HallowEll. J. p, RoLlin; Pre
qll' Isle, Char'e
 
hort; Port Hope. 
M F. Whiteheaù; Cobourg, \Y. H. Kitson; .Darlington. Hpnry S Reid; Bond Head, Ff!ward 
Clark' Toronto, Robert Stanton; Pf'netanguis
:ene. William Siml'<;('n; Windsor, William 
Warrc'n; Oakville, Robert K Chisholm; Bnrlingtnn Beach. John Davidson; Chippawa. O. T. 
Macklem; Queenston. G 1\1c:\1 icl.en; Fort Erie, James K
'rby; Purt Dalhousie, John Clark; 
Niaaara. T. ,McCormick; Dunnville, W B. Shl'ehan; POI t Colborne. Thomas Parke; Port 
Dov
r, Capt. Graham; Port Stanle)', Richard Smith; Port Burwell, J. P. BeUairs; Turke, 



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I'oìnt, G. J. Reade; Godeiich, John Galt.; Port Sarnia, R. E. Vidal; Sandwich, J. T. Emo1; 
Amherstburgh, F. Caldwell; Chatham, Willia
 COigrave; Rondea
, Thomas Crony
; Sault 

t. Mary, George Wilson; Owen's SoUlld, RIchard Carney; Wellmgton, T. Worthington; 
Wallaceburgh, J. Bell. 
INSPECTORS OF REVENUE DISTRICTS. 
Saint Francis.. . . . . . .. Chauncey Bullock. I Huron . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. Charles Widder. 
Eastern............. Philip Vankoughnet. Western...... ...n..' W. G. Hall. 
Ottawa............... Don McDonald, (F.) Gore (North Division-) Duncan McD
ogan. 
Johnstown.. n........ John Weatherhead. Gore (South DivisJOnt) Hon, John WIllson. 
Bathurst. . . .... . . . .... Anthony Leslie. Home ( York Divisiont) James McDonell. 
Dalhousie ........... Arr.hibald :\1.cDonelI, Home(West.DivisionÐ Peter Morgan. 
Prince Edward. . . . . .. Adam Hubbs. Home (East.Division
) John Rose. 
Midland. . ... . . ., . ... Jamf's Sampson. Newcastle (Northum- 
 Gorge S Daintry 
Victoria ............. Anthony Marshall. berland Division) 5 e . . 

.olborne.... ........ Thomas Milburn. Newc
st"
 (Durham l James John Ward. 
dm
oe .. ............ John 
loberly. DIvIsIOn) S 
Niagara ... ......... W. D. Miller. London (First Division) John B. Clench. 
Wellington, . . . . . . .. .. James Hodgert. Lomlon(Sec'd Division) Freeman Talbot. 
Brock.. .. .. .. .. ... .. John G. Vansittart. !\1.Qntreal (First Div.). D. S. Stewart. 
Talbot. ........... .., Edward P. Ryerse. Montreal (Second Div,) James .M. Ferris. 
J. W. Dunscombe, Commissioner of Customs; A. S. Menzies, Clerk; M&.tthew Jack, do.; 
Joseph Lee, Extra do.; Philip Derbishil'e, do. do. 


· North Division 
re, consists of the to'wnships of Esquesing, Nassagaweya, Trafalgar, 
.Kelson, Flamboro' East, Flambcro' West, Beverley, and Dumfries with the exception of the 
1i.rst, second and third concessions. . . 
t South Di\'islon Gore, consists of the townships of Ancaster, Barton, Sa1tfleet, Bmbrook, . 
Gla.ndfonl, Seneca, Onondago, Brantford, Tuscarora, Oneida, together with the first, secol\d, 
and third concessions of Dumfries. 

 York Division consi.ots of the city of Toronto and the township of York. 
9 Western DivisiQn consists of the townships of Etobicoke, Caledon, Toronto, Chinguacou
y, 
Gore of Toronto, Kin
, Albion, at1d Vaughan. 
'IT Eastern Division consists of the townships of 'Whitchurch, Thorah, ::5cott, 1\-lara, U ridge, 
EaGt Gwillimbury, NorLh G\villimbury, Reach, 
lar1.ham, Brock, Scarboro', Georgina. 
Pickering, and Whitby, 
NOTE.-Tbe separate divisions of the Newcastle District, comprise the counties of Northum- 
berland and Durham resrectÜ..d
. 
The Official Gazette, announcing the appointments, from which the foregoing list is taken, 
.does not specify the boundaries of the several revenue divisions in the London District, and the 
District of Montreal. 
TRI
rrY BOARD. 
Robert Armour, Master; J. W. Dunscombe, Deputy ltlasten John Molson, "-t1T11l:r. : 
WiHiam Edmondstone, do.; H. L. Rout'h, do ; John Try, d
.; Andrew Shaw, do.; James 
Holmf's, Regitrar and Treusw'er; W. K. R.ayside, Harbour Master; H. G. 1'hOm}150n, Jraler 
.Bailijf. 


NE'\V CIVIL LiST OF CANADA.. 
In 1816, an Act was passed by the Legislature of Canada, entitled" .1n .I1ct fm' {rranliflg (t 
Civil Li.
t to Hel' Majesty," which was reserved by the Governor General for the signification of 
Her Majesty's pleasure thereon. The Act has since been assented to by the Queen in Council, 
and the H.oyal assent thereto promulgated by Proclamation bearing date at .Montreal, 14th 
October,I8H. The Civil List granted to Her 
l
esty, by the Act in question, is contained in 
the two following Schcdult.s mal ked A. & B. The contents of Schedule A., amounting to 
æ33,031, Currency, are grantt'd to Her Majesty, Her Heirs and &tl'cessors, aI1d payable ill 
every year, out ot the Cousnliddted l:evenue of this Province, for defraying the several chargf's 
named in the Schedule; and the ('outents of Schedule B., amounting .í:37,450 1515. 3d, l'm- 
rency, are 1;ranted tt') Her Majesty, lIeI' Hpirs nud Successors, during the life of Her Maje!'1J. 
-and lor five years after the demise of Her :\lajesty, in every year, out of the Consllidated Fund. 
During the time for which these surns are se\'erally payable, the same shall be accepted and 
taken by Her .\lajesty by way of Ci v íI Lists, instead of all territorial and other revenues 1I0W at 
the disposal of the Crown in the Province; and thref'-fifths of the net produce of the territorial 
and other revenues now at the disposal of the Crown in the Proviuce shall be paid over to the 
account of the consolidated revenue fuud; and during the life of Her Majesty, and for five year! 
after the demise of Her Majesty, the remaining two-fifths of the net produce of the territorial 
and other revenues shall be pJ.id o\'er in like manner to the acconnt of the (j8id consolidated 
J'evenue fund. The Resolutions of Supply of tbe Legislative Auembly, ra
 .18th May
 



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t

6.' which form the ba:'is of the "Act for granting a Civil List to Her Majesty," embody thø 
Dplnlons of the Commltte
 of the whole House, on Supply, and declare in confomity 
therewitb, that th_e said several sums shal
 not be payable until the repeal of' the 50th, 51st, 
i.2nd, 53rd, 54th, :>5th,56th, and 57th sectIons of the Act passed by the Imperial Parliamcnt 
in the third and fOllrth years of Her Maje8ty's Reign, intituled, ".!in .!iet to 1'e-unite the P'o
 
vinCtIf of Upper and Lower Canada, and for the Gove'rnment of Canada," toaether with the 

oheduJes referred to, in the same. ð 


OF FICES, &0. 


SCHEDULE A. 


Proposed amounts 
Amounts payable to be allowed in 
according to pre- f
ture, as va can- 
sent Establish- cles occur by the 
ment. removal . of the 
present 1ncum- 
bents. 


Currency. 


æ s. D. 


1. Govemor-General, to be in lieu of fees, seizures, 
and forfeitures, æ7oo0 sterling..... .. .. .. .. . Tn7 15 6 
UPPER CANAD_-\. 


2. One Chief Justice...... ..... .. .. . ..... .. .. . 
3. :"our Puisné Judges, at ælOOO each. .. . . .. . . .. . 
4. One Vice-Chancellor..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 


1666 13 4 
4000 0 0 
1250 0 0 


LOWER CANADA. 
5. One Chief J l1stice of Canada.... . ..... . . . . . . . 
6. Three Puisné Judges, Quebec, at ælOOO each... 
7. One Chief Justice of Montreal or Quebec, as the 
case may be. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . 

. tee Puisné Judges of Montreal, at æl000 each. 
9. One Judge at Three Rivers..... ......... .... . 
10. One Judge for the District of St. Francis ....... 
11. First Judge, District of Gaspé...... ..... .. .. . 
] 2. Second do. do. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
13. Pensions to Judges................... .. .. .. . 
H. Attorneys and Solicitors-General, salaries and 
allowances for continaencies . ..... .. .. . . .. . 
15. Court of Vice-Admiralt
.... . ..... . . .. . . .... . 
16. Circuit allowances to JudO'es. .. .. .. . . ... ..... 
17. Permanent Clerk attach
d to the Crown Law 
])cpartn1ent ............................. 
Totals, currency..................æ 3463815 4 


SCHEDULE B. 


1. Governor"s Secretary and his Office..... . ..... . 
t. Provincial Secretary and his Office............ 

. Registrar's Office to merge in the Provincial Secre- 
tary's Office, after the present incumbency.. 
,1. Ueceiver-General's Office..... . . .... .. .. . . . . . 
5. Inspector-General and his Office. . . . . . . . ..... . 
6. Executi ve Council Office .......... ..... .. . . . 
7. Board of Management of Public lV orks . . . . . . . . 
8. Emigrant Agent............................ 
9. Pensions .................................. 
10. Indian Annuitiel'l..... .. .. . . .. . ..... .. .. .. .. . 
II. Contingencies of Public Offices.... . . ... _ .. .. . 


1666 13 4 
3000 0 0 
1'222 4 4 
3000 0 0 
1000 0 0 
555 11 1 
555 11 I 
500 0 0 
222'2 '2 4 
3900 0 0 
472 4 4 
1550 0 0 
300 0 0 


1925 8 6 
4423 1 10 
1083 6 6 
2300 8 8 
4022 13 4 
2922 4 4 
2094 17 7 
752 4 2 
5555 II 1 
6666 0 0 
7500 0 0 


Totals, currency................... 39245 16 0 


Currency. 


æ s. D. 


7777 15 6 


1250 0 0 
4000 0 0 
lIB '2 '2 


1250 0 0 
3000 0 0 
1200 0 0 
3000 0 0 
500 0 0 
500 0 0 
500 0 0 
500 0 0 
2222 '2 4 
3900 0 0 
470 0 0 
1550 0 0 
300 0 0 
33031 0 0 
1536 0 0 
4242 0 0 
650 0 0 
2056 0 0 
3856 0 0 
'2637 0 0 
2000 0 0 
752 4 '2 
5555 II 1 
6666 0 0 
7500 0 0 
37450 15 3 



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MILITARY. 


COIUl\lAN"DER OF THE FORCES. 


HEAD QUARTERS-MONTREAL. 
LIEUTENANT GENERAL SIR BEN.L\MIN D'URBAN, G. C. B., K. C. II., Sorel. 
Military Secretary, Capt. V. Kirkland, 20th Foot. .11. D. C., Major Talbot, 43rd Foot. 
GENERAL OFFICERS. 
.Major General Sir Richard Armstrong, C. B., Kingston. .11. D. C., Major Moore, 82nd Regt. 
Major General the Hon. Charles Gore, K. H., Montreal. .11, D. C., Lieut. Gore, 715t Regt. 
COLONELS ON THE STAFF. 
Colonel Dynely, C. B., Commanding Royal Artillery, Montreal; Colonel Holloway, C. B., 
Commanding Royal Engineers, Montreal; Ht. Major Burns, R. A., Major of Brigade, Montreill. 


AD.JUTAl\"T GEXERAL'S DEPART)IEXT. 
Deputy .IJ.djutant Geneml. . . .. . . . Colonel Wether-all, K. H. & C. B.. . . .. . . . .1\1ontreal. 
.f1ssistant Adjutant General...... Lieut. Colonel Plomer Young, K H........ Kingston. 
Do. Do. . . . ., . Lient. Colonel Pritchald ...,........... . Montreal. 
Deputy .I1ssist. .I1djutant General. . Capt. Griffin, unattached................ Montreal. 
Do, Do.. .Capt. Claremont, Royal Canadian Rifles... Do. 
Town Major................... Ensign MacDonald ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Do. 
Do. . . . .. . . .. . .. . . . . . . . Capt. Knight, unattached. . . . .. . . .. . . .. . . Q',ebec. 
Do. . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . Rt. Major 130urchier, K. P.. . . . . .. . . . . .. . . Kingston. 
Fort .I1djutant. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . Q!-,arter )Ias
er, 
altprson, K. P. . . .. .. . . . . 
sle Aux 
 o
x. 
Do. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LIeutenant KeatIng.....................l enetangl1lshme. 


QUARTER l\IASTER GEXERAL'S DEP AR'rlUENT. 
Dep/Lty Qr. ftfaster Geneml... . . . Lieut. Colonell\1ackenzie Frazer.. . . . . . . . :\Qontrea1. 
.I1ssist. Qr. ftfaster Geneml.... . . B 1. )la jor de Rotten bmg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kingston. 
Deputy.l1ssist. Do. ..... .Capt. ln
all, unattached................ .Quebec. 
Do. Do. . . . . . . Capt. Ready 71 st Regt.. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . Montreal 


COIU3JI8SARIA'r DEP ARTJIENT. 


HEAD QUARTERS-l'IIONTREAL. 
Commissary General (P.) William Filder, Montreal. 
Deputy Commissa1'y General, (P.) John Laidley, Montreal. 
.IJ.ssistant Commissary Genemls-John \Vood, Monfff
al; Tannatt H. Thomson, Toronto; 
William Bailey, Kingston; John Lane, Montreal; Thomas E. Trew, Niagara; Ferguson 
Coxworlhy, Quebec; Fulford B. Feilde, Prescott; Henry F. Oriel, By town ; John McFarlane 
William Henry; James J. Skyrme, ChaI1.lbly; William Stanton. London. ' 
Deputy.IJ.ssistant Commmnry Generals-William H. Dalrymple, Kingston; Leonce Routh 
Montreal; Stanley Jones, Amherstburgh; :i\[ontague Darling. Fort Garry, Hudson's Bay; 
E. Barrin
ton de Fonblanque, Toronto; 
. St. Jobn Mildmay, .Fort Garry; J. K. Goold, 
PenetangUlshene; P. Telfer, Quebec; A. ChIchester Crookshank, Kmgston; Jocelyn Hardinge, 
Tubby, Montreal. 
Treamry Clerks-:C. J. Walcnt, Montreal; Rupert Bower, Chambly; Henry Maule, Mon- 
treal; C. E. Babmgton, London; Blood Gallwey, Amherstburgh; C. Probyn, MOlltreal; 
Arthur West, Quebec; E. Julian, Quebec; o. H. RobeIts, Kingston; S. Napier, Montreal; 
- Allinson, London. 


ARIUY iUEDICAL 8'rAFF. 


RANK. NA:\tE. STATIONS. 
Inspector-General of Hospitals... .M. M. Mahony, M.D. .........,.. . Montreal. 
Staff SU1'geon of the 1st Class. . . .Alexander 31elvin. . . . .. . . .. .. ., . . .Quebec. 
Do. do.. . . . William Bell, M.D, . . " . . .. . . .. . . .KinD'ston. 
Btaff Surgeon of the 2nd Class. . . . George Horne.. . .. . .... . .. . ... . . . Byt
wn, 
Do. do. ....John Mair, .l\LD. ....,............Kingston. 
Do. do. .... A. T. Jackson, M.D. . . ..... . . .. . .. Montreal. 
Do. do. . . . .James ,Millar, M. D. . . . .. .. .... .. .Quebec. 
Do. do. . . . .J. D McDiaminrl, M.D.. . . .. . . . . . . . Quebec. 
Do. do. . . . . F. Roberts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . Toronto. 



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]lANK. N AMI:. 8 'J'ATfOJr!. 
t.ftq.J! .ASlÍ$taf\l Surgecm....... .1. G. Wood, M. D. .. . .. . . .. .. .. .. .Isle aux Noix. 
Do. d.(). . . . . William C. Seaman, M. D. .. . . .. . . . Montreal, (8t, HeJens.) 
Do. d.o. ... .E. W. Bawtree, M. D............. .Penetanguishene. 
Do. d.o. . . . . William Simpson, M. B. ..... . .. . . .Prescott. 
Medical Clerk .................8. W. H. Leslie...................l\Iontreal. 
Do. d.o. . . . .... . ...... . . . Thomas Ralfan . .. . .. ....... ... . . . Montreal. 

ger . .
.............. .-Smith ...................... .1tlontreat. 


ORDNANCE DEPARTIUENT. 
HEAD QUARTERS-MONTREAL. 
Rupecttve Officers-Colonf'l Dynely, C. B., Commanding Royal Arti11ery, Canada; Colonel 
Holloway, Commanding Royal Eng-ineers. Canada; James I';utton Elliott, Esq., Ordnance 
Storekeeper; W. R. Blenkarne, Esq., Deputy Ordnance Storekeeper. 
Ordnance Clerk
-Messrs. Edward Fayrer, J, Greig, Edward Wilgress, and G. F. Stephens, 
Assistant Clerk, Mr. H. W. Trigge. 
QUEBEC. 
Re,"pective OfficPrs-Lieut. ColOlael Walker, Commanding Royal Artillery, C. E.; Lieut. 
C<>lonel Ord, Commanding Royal Engineers, C. E.; Hichard Penn, E"q., o.rdnance Storekeeper. 
Ordnance Clerks-
lessrs. Adolphus F. Thomas, Donald Grdnt, Jun., and John Bligh. 
KINGSTo.N. 
Respective Officej's-Lip.ut. Colonel Dalton, Commanding Royal Artillery, C. W. ; Lieut. 
Colonel Fenwick, Commandwg Royal Engineers, C. W.; James A, Ran'ey, Esq., o.rdnance 
Storekeeper. 
Qrdnltnce Clerks-:\Iessrs. Thomas Gurly, W
lIiam :\[acintosh, and William Eeles. 
RIDEAU CANAL, (BYTo.V{N.) 
Respective Officers-Capt. C. E. Ford, Royal Engineers; Seth Th.omas, Jun. Esq, o.rdnance 
Storekeeper. 
Q,'dnancc Clerks-Messrs. T. McDonald and J. G. Playter. 
To.Ro.NTO DISTRICT. 
Respectil'e Officers-:\lajor Page, Royal Engineers; William Antrobus Rolwell, Esq., Depot,. 
-Ordnance Storekeeper. 
Ordnance Clak, Mr. John Durnford; Assistant Clerk
 Mr. Maitland Raynes. 


ISLE AUX l\OlX. 
Deputy Ordnance Sto,ekeeper-A. L. Wools, Esq. 
o.TTA\YA CANAL, (CARILLON.) 
Deputy Ordnance Storekeeper-Peter Monsell, Esq. 


BARRA CK MASTERS. 
Jfontreal Districl-M'mtreal and St. Helens, W. H, Gray, Esq ; Chambly, Major F. B. 
Eliot; Laprail ie, \'\". .Macdonald, Esq.; St. Johns, Thomas TIdte, Esq; William Hem1 
T. Stephens. Erq. (

' ) 
Quebf'c- Thomas Tri
ge, Esq. 
Kingston Di
l,.ict-KlIIgslon. Frcmcis Raynes. Esq.; Prescott, T. Luard, Esq. 
Rirliau Canal (Acling)-S. Thomas, E
q,. (0.. S) 
{&Ie aux NOltx (J/clinr;)-A. L. Wools, 1'
5q., (D. o.. S.) 
OUm/xl. Caaal, Carillon, (.Ilclill
)-P. .\lonsell, Esq., (D. O. S,) 
Taronlo Di
lrict-T,>ronto. Henry Cornwell, Esq.; Nidgara, Chippewa, and Port Robinson. 
A. Garrett, E1<q.; London, Thompson Wilson, Esq.; Arnherstburgh, Windsor, and Chatham. 
W. Duff, Esq ; Penetanguishene, Da,"id Hngg, E
q. 


ROY.AL ENGIXEER DEP ARTIUEXT. 
HEAD QUARTER o.FFICE-)lo.NTREAL. 
'Jilitary Branch-W. C. E. Holloway, C. B., Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers in 
Canada; B. S. Stchelin, Captain and Assist. Commanding Royal Engineers; P. J. Hornby, 
Captain, (defining o.rdnal1ce .Boundaries in C. E.); W. L. Morrison, Lieut. and Act, Adjutant 
Royal Engineers. 
Civil Branch-R J. Pilkington, Draftsman; Charles WaJkem, Surveyor and Draftsman J 
C. A. Lnnca5ter, Surveyor and DraftsmaR; John Owens, Clerk of Works; James Kerr, Clerk; 



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!0\111 
.phens, Clerk; F. W. Lancaster, Clerk; F. N. Boxer, Clerk; John Gardiner, C1er
; 
Joseph Collard, Foreman of Works; James Robertson, Office Keeper; Patrick Moffatt, Office 
Keeper. 


MONTREAL DIVISION OFFICE. 
Militm-y Bmnch-C. J. Selwyn, Lieut. Colonel; S. Freeth, Captain; C. Paslay, J
ienl; 
J. Muggridge, Lieut. 
Civil Bmnch-Thomas Kinton, Clerk of Works; Do., Thomas Rawe; Norman Lament 
Clerk; H. J. Ledley, Clerk; A. J. Ford, Clerk; William Jago, Foreman of Works; Do. 
T, B. CockLurn; Do., William Hadden; James Fraser, Office Keeper. 
QUE BEC. 
l'tlilitary Bmnch.-W. R. Ord, Lieut. Colonel; C. McCausland, Captain; C. G. Gray, LienL; 
J. A. L. Murray, Lieut. 
Civil Branch-H. Sands, Clerk of Works; Do., Jt)nathan Bennett; Do., E. 'W. \Vright; 
P. Petet'3, Clerk; B. Collyer, Clerk; William Thorpe, Clerk; John Hall, Office Keeper. 
KINGSTON. 

ff'ilitary B1"anch-T. H. Fenwick, Lieut. Colonel; George Bent, Captain; J. R. Mann. 
Lieut. ; J. G. Jervois, Lieut. 
Civil Branch-George Houghton, Clerk of "Torks; Do., Richard Bean; Samuel Shaw, 
Clerk; Do., T B. Harper; Do., James H. Oakes; Do., Gt'orge H. Peak; John Grist, Foreman 
of Works; Do., William \VJight; Alex Magum, Office Keeper. 
TORONTO. 
Military Branch-G. C. Page, CapL and Bt. l\1ajor. 
Civil Bmnch-Thomas B. Wright, Clerk of Works; William Glanes, Office Keeper. 


NIAGARA. 
Timotby Synow, Office Keeper. 
LONDON. 
Andrew Kemp, Foreman of Works; \Villiam Barker, Office Keeper. 
CANAL DISTRICT, BYTOWN. 
Military Bmnch-C, E. Ford, Captain; W. II. Synge, Lieut.; F. R. King, Lieut., (defining 
Ordnance Boundaries in C. \V ); n.. D. Kl"rr, Lieut. 
CÌ7Jil Branch-Nelson Walker, 
urveyor anò Draftsman; James Corbett, Clerk of \-Vorks ; 
Do., John Brophy; William Clegg, Clerk; Do., Charles J. C]arke; James Fitzgibbon. 
!1'oreman of Works; Paul Cooper, lJffice Keeper. 


REGllUEXT AL. 
Royal J1rtillay-Lt. Cal. Walker, Quebec; Lt. Co!. Dalton, Kingston; Bt. Major Fr8&e1'" 
London. 
Royal Engineers-Lt. Co!. Ol'd, Quebec; Lt. Col. Fenwick, Kingston; Bt. Major Page- 
Toronto. 
93rd Highlanders, lA. Col. Spark, Commanding. Quebec; R. B. Rifle Brigade, Major 
Lawrence, Queb{'-c; R. B. 23rd Fusileers, Lt Col. Holmes, Montreal; 77th llegt., Col. 
Bradshawe, l\Iontreal; R. B. its;; Regt., Lt, Col. Denny, Commanding', Chambly, (detach- 
ments at 
orel, St. Helens, and Lachine); 1st Bat. 20ih Hegt., :\1ajor Crofton, Commanding, 
Kingston; Left Wing, Rifle Brigade, Capt. Wilkinson, Commanding, King:ston; 2nd Bat. 
Rifle Bri 5 ade, Major Esten, Commanding, Toronto; 3 Companies (\oyal Canadian Rifles, 
.Major Muter, Commanding, Toronto; lIead QU<lrkrs Royal Canarlj,]1] l\itlt
s, Lt. Co!. 
Newton, K. H., Commandlllg, Niagara; R('serve Bat !ath n.egt, Lt. Col Horn, 2Gth Foot, 
Commanding. London; I Company Royal Canadian Riflt's, Capt. Taylor, Commanding, 
Amherstburgh. rrhis Regim
nt furnishes detachments also at Phillip:.-.bmg, Chatt.aug;uay, 
Hytown, 1';1. Johns, Coteau du Lac, Plescott, Brockville, Chippewa, \\ jnd..or, and Penetan- 
guishene. 


THE lUAG
ETICAL OBSERVATORY, TORONTO. 
Director, Captain J. II. Lefroy, n.. A.; Establishrnwt, five N. C. Officers of tbe Royal 
Artillery, as Assistants. 
The Magnetical and Meteorological Observatory was founded by Her IVIDjpsty's Government 
]n 1840. in concert with similar Establishments in otht'r Colonies, and in JnJia. Similar 
Establishments bave been mClintained at Wa&hington, Philadelilhia aDd Booton, in the United 
States, and in most EuroJ1ean couutricø. 



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J U DIe I A R Y. 


LAW COUR'rs, CA
ADA 'VEST. 
COURT OF APPEAL. 
OSGOODE HALL. 
His Excel1ency the Governor General; two or more Executive Councillors; the Ron. Vice 
Chancellor Jameson, the Hon. Chicf Justice Robinson, the Hon. Judges of Court of Queen's 
Bench. Clerk.-Joseph C. IvIorrison, Esq. TERltls.-lVlarch 1st; July 5th; August 23rd; 
November 29th. 


COURT OF CHANCERY. 
OSGOODE HALL. 
Chancellor-His Excellency the Governor General; Vice Chancel101'-The Hon. Robert S. 
Jameson; Mastcr and Registrar-Jobn G. Spragge. TERlI1s.-First, from the 10th to the 22nd 
January; second, from the 10th to the 2tnd April; third, from the 3rd to the 15th July; 
fourth, from the 4th to the 16th December. I.ong vacatit>n, from 13th A1lg'.lSt to 1st October. 
COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH. 
OSGOODE Ho\LL. 
Chief Justice-Hon. John Be\>"erley Robinson; Puisne Judges-Hon. James B. Macaulay, 
Ron. Archibald .McLean, Hon. Jonas Jones, Hon. "V. H. Draper. Clerks of Assizes-William 
A. Campbell, - Horne, Charles Jones, Thomas McLean, "T. J. Draper. TERMS OF 
SITTING.-Hilary Term begins on 7th, and ends on J 9th of February; EastCl' Term begins on 
12th, and ends en 2-tth Jm;e; TTinity Term begins on 31st July, and ends on 12th August; 
Mi.chaelmas Term begins ou 6th, and ends on 18th November. 
CIRCUIT COURTS. 


DISTRICT. DISTRICT TOWN. SPRING CIRCUIT, 1848. I FALL CIRCUIT, 1848. 
Days of opening. Days of opening. 
Bathurst ........ Perth '........... Tuesday, .May 9. ....... Thursday, October 26. 
Brock _ . . . . . .. .. . Woodstock...... . Monday, May 8.......... - -- 
Colborne . . . .. . . . Peterboro' . . . . . . . . - -- Monday, October 23. 
Dalhousie . . . . . . . By town . . . .. .. .. . Wednesday, May 3....... Friday, October 20. 
Eastern . . . . . . . . . Cornwall.. . . , . . . , Wednesday, April 26. ..... Monday, October 9. 
Gore. . .. . . . . . . . . Hamilton ........ Wednesday, April 26 ..... Tuesday, September 26. 
Home. " . . . . . . . . . Toronto. ., ...... Tuesday, May 9. .. . .. . . . . Thursday, October 5. 
Huron .......... Goderich . . .... . .. Friday, May 19 .......... - - 
Johnstown,..... . BrockviIle . . . . . . . . Thursday, April 20....... 
1onday, October 2. 
London ......... London .......... Thr.rsday, May 11. . . . .... Tuesday, September 19. 
Midland........ . Kingston.... . . . .. Tuesday, Aprilll........ Frida.y, September 22. 
.Newcastle...... . Cobourg ......... Tuesday, June 6.......... 
londay, October 16. 
Niagara. . . . . . . .. Niagara. . . . . . . . . . Tucsday, April 11. ....... 
londay, September 11. 
Utta wa ..... . . L'Orignal ........ - - Monday, October 18. 
Prince Edward. . . Picton ........... - - Wednesday, October 4. 
Simcoe. . . . . . . . . . Barrie, . . . . . . . . . . . - - - Thursday, October 19. 
'I'albot . . . . . . . . .. Simcoe... . . . . . . . . Friday, May 12, . . . ...n.. - - - 
Victoria ........ Belle\>"iUe...... .. Wednesday, :May 31. . . . . _ l\londay, October 9. 
Wellington...... Guelph........... Wednesday, ,May 24...... - -- 
\\T estern. . . . . . . . . Sandwich, .... . . . . Tuesday, May 2.......... Monday, Septe
ber 11. 


CROWN OFFICE. 
Ckrk of the Crown and Common eas-Charles C. 
mall, Esq.; Clc1'k in Court-John 
Radenhurst, E'>q"; Clerk. in Practice Court-William B. Heward, E!:q. OFFIcE-William 
H. Coxwell, Esq" Mr. Thomas Coxwell, 1\1r. Robert Pearson, Mr. George Goldsmith, Mr. 
William Inllf
s. 


DEPUTY CLERKS 
Niagara District. . . _ . . W. D. Miller. 
Gore do., , . . . Alexander Stewart. 
Talbot do. . . . . . A. B. Rapelj
. 
Brock do. . . . . . Richard Foquete. 
Wellington do ...... William Hewitt. 
London do .. ....John Harris. 
Huron do. . . . . . Morgan Hamilton. 
WeBtP.rn do ..... .P. H. Morin. 
Newcastle do ..., ..1-1. W. Jones. 
Colborne do ... . .. W. H. Wrightl>n. 


OF THE C ROW N. 
Victori'1. District. . . . W. H. Ponton. 
Prince Edward do ... .C. l\Imtimer. 
Midland do ... John S. Smyth. 
Juhnstown do.... T. D. CampbelL 
Bathurst do .... Charles Sache. 
Dalhousie do ... .R. Billings, Jr. 
Ottawa do .... T. H. Johuson. 
Eastern do ... .G' C. Wood. 
Simcoe do .... W. H. Gowan, Esqa. 



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COURT OF PROBATE. 
OJkiaJ Principal-Secker Brough; Registral'-Charlea Fitzgibboa. 


SITTINGS OF DISTRICT COURT AND QUARTER SESSIONS. 
The sittin!{s of the District Court, and the Court of General Quarter Sessions, take pla
e Oft 

e first Tuesday in the months of January, April and July, and the third Tuesday in November l 
lU. each year. 
DIST
ICT COURT, C.W.-TERMS, 1848. 
From thp. 6th to the 11th DeC'ember, 1847; 6th to 11th March, 1848; 5th to 10th June; 23r4 
to 28th Octobi?r; 4th to 9th De<<:ember. 


COURTS OF JUSTICE, CANADA EAST. 
COURT OF API'EALS. 
The Court of Appeals for I.ower Canada-establis/.ed under the Provincial Act 7 Victori... 
Chap. I8-is composed of all the Justices of the several COll'rts of Queen's Bench, any four of 
whom form a quorum. Joseph Guillaume Barthe, Clerk; John Yon-Exter, Deputy Clerk. 
TERMs.-From the 1st to 10th March, June, and November, both da,rs inclusive. The Court 
&1& alternately in Quebec anù Monllea!. 


COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH. 
Criminal jurisdiction held at .Montreal, from 1st to 15th February; from 1st to 15th August.. 
Hon. Jean Roch Rolland, Clâif Justice; Hon. Samuel Gale, Hon. Charles D. Day, Hoc-. 
Jamcfì Smith, Pllisné Judges; A. l\I. Delisle, Clerk. of the Crown; John Boston, and William 
Foster C
!fill, Sheriffs; Joseph Jones, and i\1. A. DeSalabery, Coroners; Benjamin Delisle l 
Hig/I Constabtf:; Charles E. Shiller, Superintendmt of CromL TVitnesses; J{ichard Dillon.. 
French 1'ranslator and Interpreter; George Stanley, CneT; Peter De\.ins, .!Jsrmta7l.t Crier;- 
Thomas ltlcGinn, Gaoler. 


QUEBEC. 
Ron. Sir James Stuart, Chief Justícefor C. E.; Hon. Edward Bowen, Hon. Philippe Pane
 
Hon. Elzéar Bedard, Puisné Judges; William S. Sewell, Slterijf; E. Burroughs, and C. Fiset, 
Prothonotm'y; James Green, CLerk of the Crown; B. A. Panet, and- J. A. Panet, Coroners. 
TEuls.-Criminal COUI.t, trom 1st to 10th ,February and August. Civil-Superior, 7th to 31s1 
January, anJ 1st to 25th April, July, and October. Inferior, 16th to 25th Februar}' and Ma)', 
hit to 10th September and December. 


THREE, RIVERS. 
D. 1\fondelet, Resident Judge; 1. G. Ogden, Sheriff; E. Barnard, P1'01honotary and Clerk of 
tM. Crown; Valère Guillet, Coroner; PI ilip Burns, Hi1;h Constable. TERàls.-Superior, 
Civil and Criminttl, 12th to 26tq February, and 14th to 2Sth October; Civil only, 19th to 281h 
JW1e. lr.faiol', 1st to 7th February, AplÍl, June, August, October, and Decembt:r. 
. 


SAINT FRANCIS. 
R. H. Gairdner, Provincirt/ Judge; E. Bowen, Sheriff; W. Bell, and F. G. Bowen, Pro- 
'}unwtm'y and Clerk of the Crüwn; C. A. DeTonnancour, C01'01W::l'. 


GA S P E . 
lion. John G. Thompson, Provindal Judge; Martin Sheppard, Sherijf; J. Wilkie, and G. 
F. Tremblay, Clerk of the C',ou'n anú Prolho7totury; Robert Sherar, C01'Onrr. TER!\IS- 
(}it'il and Criminal-At Percé, 21st to 30th A Ugbist; at 
ew Carlisle, 4th to 13th September. 
The :)upelÌor Courts of Queen's Bench hav/' ,ju'risdictioIl in suits above .E20 cLirrency. Tho 
Jnferior Courts have jurisdiction up to L20 currency. 


CIRCUIT COURTS. 


DISTRICT ÐF MONTRE.-\L. 
Jttdg-eS--Hypolite GIIY, Charles Mondelet, John S. :McCord, Wj.JIiam Badgley. Circml 
Olerks-A. D. Bondy, /:(!rtlLier; L, DeLorimer, L' .I1ssompt ion; Germain Raby, Terrebonne J 
F. H. Lemaire, Two M/W.ntaills; A, Lafontaine, Ottau'a; O. Bastien, Vuudreuil; LO\l
s 
ßeaudry, Beauhornois; John MeGiWs, Saint .Joh71
; James C. Allsopp, Jr., M
sisquoi; P. 
Doucet, Saint Hyacinthe; T. R. Che\>"aher, Ricke!;eu. TEHlIfs.-Berlhier-In the Pariiòh 0& 
Belthier, ht to 7th March, JulyarrJ NO\'ember. L r .l1ssomption-In the Parish of St. Pierre. 

 ilia 19th March, July, and November. Tfrrfbonn..-In the Parisb of St. Louiø, 7th So UQ 



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January, May, and September. Th-o Mountains-In the Parish of St. Benoit, 17th. to> :t!rd 
February, June, and October. Ottawa-At the Villa!{e of Aylmer, 7th to 13th January, Ma" 
and September. Vaudl'el.âl-In the Parish of St. Michael, 10th to 16th February, June, and 
October. BeauhaJ'nou-J n the Parish of St. Clement, 17th to 23nl February, June, and October. 
Saint Johns-In the Parish of St. John, 1st to 7th February, JllIle, and: October. M;.ssisquoi-- 
Nelsonville, Townshipof Dunham, 9th to 15th March,July, and, November. Saint HY(l(;inlhe- 
At the Village of St. Hyacinthe, 10th to IGth February, June, and' October. Richelieu-In the 
Parish of St. Ours, 7th to 13th January, .May, and September. The Circuit Court. ba'l'1:l 
jW'Í5diction up to 1:20 currency. 


BANKRUPT COURT. 
nypolite Guy, Charles Mondelet, and John S. l\1cConF, Ci'.CUit Vudges and CommiS8ÏcJu1n 
of Bankrupts; David R. Wood, Clerk. 
CO)1i\IlSSIONERS' COURTS. 
The Commissi']ners' Courts are held every Monday, in the Citíes of Ql1ebec and Montreal. 
and on any other day or days dUling the week to which they may be adjourned, for hearing 
witnesses and determinil"g suits: the Circuit Judges being Commissioners, ex officio. In all 
other places where Commissioners' Courts ar
 established, the sittings are held or.! the first 
Monday of f!\>'ery month, and on any other day or clays to which they may be alljonrned, for 
hearing witnesses and determining suits. Clerk of Court, Montreal-John l)latt. Jurisdiction 
W sums not exceeding- L6 5s. 


COURT OF QUARTER SESSION
. 
Held at Montreal, from 10th to 19tb January; from 21st tQ 30th April; from 10th to 19fh. 
July; from 21st to 30th October. Hypolite Guy. Charles 1<:. }londelet, and John S. McCord, 
Circuit Ju.l:{e.'I, and Chllil'lno of the sai I Court; Alexander 1\1. Delisle, WiHiam H. 
Bréhant, Cle1'k of the Peace, and of the Sessions; Louis ,Malo, Crier; Dedimus Potestatem, 
Samuel W. 
lonk, John Boston, Alexander 1\1. Delisle, W. C. H, Coffin, William F. Cotlin, 
L. J. A. Papineau, Jvseph G. Barthe, William H. Bréhant, Commissioners. 


CO::\Il\USSIONERS FOR RECEIVING AFFIDAVITS FOR COURT OF Q. B. 
MONTREAL. 

. W. M0nk, L. J. A. Papineau, John Bostoo, William F. Coffin, J. A. Labadie, Joseph 
Jones, William Ross, J. Belle, Etienne Guy, P. J. Beaudry, G. Weeks, O. Leblanc, Charld 
A. Terroux, A. Pelletier. - 
Commusionen 'Under ".mien" .I1.ct, 7th Vie., Chap. 109-AlexanJer M. Delisle, and 
Alexander II. Br
bant. 
["spector and Superintendent of PuLLee- William ErmatÍJlger. 



 The Circuit Judges Rrc al80, by virhle of thrir nppo;ntmmt8, Commi8sioners of IfÌlr.krupt8 nnd JD
tiCge nf 
t14e r
IiCe, nnd are req,Ulred to act a:l VIId irmen of tbe Quarte.I Session8 in tbe Ðlstricts for which IJ)(.y nn' 81)POlßt
. 


EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT. 


DEPARTl\IE
T OF COM.1UON SCHOOLS-UPPER CANADA. 


The Rev. Egerton Ryerson, D. D., CMef Superintendent of Schools; Mr. J. George IIodgim, 
Offìcc Clerk. Education O.bice-(Provincíal Secretary's late Ofi
ce,) King Street, Tomuto. 
Office Hours-From 10, A. :!.\'1., to 3, P.l\1. 
All Communications with the Government, re!ating to- Common SrhooJs- in Upper Canawl, 
abould be made throu
h the Education OJjlce, otherwi.se they are referred back to the Chief 
Superintendent, to be brought before His Excellency through the proper Department. 
BOARD OF EDUCATION.. 
Tbe Rev. Egerton Ryerson, D. D., Chi
f Superintendent of Schools; The Rev. HenTY JaJnf'e 
Grasett. A. 1\1.; His Worsbip the Mayor of Toronto; The HOIl. Samuel Eealy Harrison, Q.C. ; 
Joseph C. Morrison, HGgh Scobie, and James Scott Howard, Esquires. Mr. J. George Hodgins, 
Recording Clerk. 
Days of .l
Ieetin.g-Tuesdays, at 10 oclod:, A.:Mí. Three members form a quorum for the 
transac1Ï=on of business. 


· A ...
cltncy lI,n oreurrell ft( th
 Bom-d, by thf' dPnth of tie II.JCh& It'ey. IIiclIael Yow., D. D., Romeu 
 
lJIe&wp of 'l'oron1o, who ".. tbe Cbau-mau of tie hrd. 



80 


An Communications intended for tbe Board of Education, to be addressed to tbe ChiPJ' 
&perinternknt of Schools. 


PROVINCIAL NORMAL SCHOOL. 
(Und(;1' the Management of the Board of Education.) 
The Rev. Egerton Ryerson, D. D.. Cbief Superintendent of Schools, Geneml Supel'intendent; 
Thomas Jaffray Robertson, A. M., T. C. D., Head lJIaster; H. Y. Hind, Lecturer on .IlO'ricul- 
'ural Chemistry, Jllathematics and :Naturul Philosophy. 
 
DISTRICT SUPERIXTENDEKTS OF CO
Il\10N SCHOOLS IN UPPER CANADA. 
Eastem District, William ,Yfill:u, Cornwall (Post Town); Ottawa District, Thomas HiO'O'inson 
Vankleekhill; Johnfitown District, Ricbey Waugh, Merrick\llle; Bathurst District Re\>

rame; 
'Y'illiam P.ad
eld, Franktown; Dalhousie District., Hon. 
a
nett Pinhey, l\l
rch; Prince 
Edward Dlslnct, Thomas Donnt'll y, Bloomfield; .1l,Izdland DUlnct, John Strachan, :Mill Creek' 
Victoria D
h'i
t, '
i!liam Hutton, Belle\>"ille; Newcastle Di:stri
t, Benjamin Hayter, Cob,mrg 
 
Colb01'ne Ðzstl'lct, Ehas llurnham, ppterborougb; Home Dzstnct, Hamilton Hunter, Toronto' 
Simcoe District, Henry Al'gustus Clifford, Barrie; NiafjaraDistrict, Dexter D'Evcrardo, Pelham 
 
Gore District, Patrick Thornton, Hamilton; TVcllington Distrirt, Alexander Allan, A. 1\1.: 
Preston; Brock District, Rev. Wm. H. Landon, Wcodstock; Talbot DistJict, He\>". William 
Clarke, Simroe; London Distl'ict, William Elliott, London; Huron District, John Biunall 
Goderich; JVestfrn District, Robert Reynolds, Amherstburgb. 0 · 
District Superintendents are appointed by the Municipal Councils; but mJ.Y be removed by 
tbe Governor in Council, lor violation or neglect of duty. 
Their duties are :-To tram'mit to the Clerk 01 the District Council a cf'rtified copy of tlle 
Legislative Grant apportionment, as soon as tbe notice thereof 
haH have been received from 
tbe Chief Superilltendent ; to apportion the School Fund amol g tbe several 
chool Sections 
entitled to receive the same; to honour the orders of Trustees in fa\'our of qualified Teachers 
for the sums apportioned; to \>"isit alll\Todel and Common Schools once a year or oftener; 10 
examine and grant Certificates of qualification to Teachers; to pre\"ent the use of unauthorised 
School Books; to decide upon all questions of dispute submitted to them, subject to an appeal 
to the Chief Superintendent; to retain all balar:ces of school moneys, subject to the order of 
the Chief 
uperintendent; ami to transmit to that officer an Annual I
eport upon the state of 
Common Schools, with any other information wbich he may require. 
CITIES IN UPPER CAN1\. DA. 
Toronto, George Anthony Rarber; Kingston, Robert McLean, .1\1. D.; Hamilton,- 
[BoJrds of 1',ustees not yet appointed.] 
Il\CORPORA TED TOWNS. 
[Boarlls of Tru.,tee., and Su,p:rintcndents of Common Schools not yet appointed.] 
Boards of Trustees, appointed by tbe Corporation of each City and Incorporated Town in 
Upper Canada-one-third of whom to retire, and their places to be filled up at the erld of each 
year-to have possession of all Common School }Jroperty, in trust for such Corporation, and to 
manage the same, and all moneys or income acquired for Common School purposes. TQ 
appoint a Superintendent of Common Scbools; to build, repair, or rent the school-houses; 
" to determine the Jlumber, sites and description of schools, and whetber such schoùls shall be 
denominational or mixed; to select books from a list made out by the Board of EducJ.tion ; 
to prfpare and lay before the Corporation an estimate of all sums required for the purposes of 
Common Schools; to appoint a "Committee of not more than three per:,;ons" to manage the 
affairs of each school, (who shall hold office for one year at a time,) and to present an Annual 
Ueport to the Chief Superintendent of :Schools. 
The Mayor or President of each Corporation to be Cbairman of the Board of Trustees, by 
whom all cheques or orders on the Chamberlain or Treasurer for the payment of school moneys 
6h1l1l be signed. 
Aldermen, Town Councillors, and aU Clergymen, are Visitor! of Common Schools in Citiel 
and Towns. 
Municipal Councils have now unlimited authority to levy assessmpnts, according to pl'operty, 
upon all School Sections, or parts of Sections. for the purpose of making up any deficiency in 
the Teachers' Salary, the purchase of Books, Apparatus, &c., or for the building or repairing or 
fic hool- houses. 
Trustees of Common Schools, in the rural section:,;, (one-third of whom retire and are elected 
on the 12th January in each year,) bave possession of all Common School property; ha\>"e 
corporate powers and a common seal; employ all Teachers; raise subscriptions, or impose 
rate-bills for repairs, &c.; collect tbe same; grant orders on thf' DistlÌct Superintendcnts in 
fa\>"our of qualfied Teachers (only); select Bonks from a list made out by the Board of Education 
and transmit their Annual Reports to the Distnct Superintendents. 
Towusbip CounciUorfl, ,i\lagistrates, and all Clergymen, are Visitors of Common Schools in 
fhe rural Districts. Any two visitol'i! may, upon due examination, grant a " special" certificate 
(If qualification to a Teacher. 
SCHOOL BOOKS AUTHOllISED BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 
The National School Books, Lennie's Grammar, Kirkham's Grammar, Mone's Geosrarby. 



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DEI' ARTl\IE
T' OF COI\I1UON SCHOOLS. LO WER CANADA... 


J. B. MEILLEUR, ESQ., M, D., Supe'lntcndent of Education, ,lJ-[ontrtal. 
Abstract of the Tables annexed to tbe last Report of the Superintendent of Edllcation fo
 
Lower Canada. 
Number of 
ehool-hous
s built or repaired durin
 the year, 383. Estimated value of such 
::O:chool-honses, 1:30,495 19s O,%'d. Am9unt granted, 1:13,6ì:> 9s 11 d. 
Table of the l\lunieipalities to which any port;on of the JÆgislati\'e grant was allowed, (or the 

('holastic Yt..ar ending 1st JuJy, 1846 :-No, of Children. 69,
87; Schools under control, 1817; 
Dissentient, ) 3; Sum allowed out of the. Legislative grallt of .;(:50,000, .f:26,097 1 ts 2d. Ditto, 
ditto, to the end of the y
ar :-N o. of Chi Ithen, 46,325; Schools under control, 119:l; Dissen- 
tiellt, 19. Sum aJlowed out of the 1:50,000, ';c869t) 15s 8d. 


The Common School Law of Lower Canada, 9th Vie. Cap. xxvii, provides: That in each 
f'íty, Town, MUllieipality amI Yillage, there shall be- one or more Common Scbools for thf' 
-Iementary instructIOn of youth, to be managed by five School Commissioners. elected for that 
purpose. No failure to elect any Officer, or to assess m levy arlY rate, shall affect the working 
of tbe Act. It shall be enforced by the Department, with the concurrence of the Go\'ernor in 
Council. The ell!ction of Commissioners t.J be held yearly, a minority to retire each year. j';o 
Commissioner shall be a Common 
chool Teacher, The Chairman to report the proceedings 
of any Generall\leeting to the Superintendent of Educ'ation. In defatllt of an election, certain 
School Cml.}missioners, yit;Ïtors, amI TIepresentati\'es of the Religious Denominations, may 
!oubmit to the Superintendent of Education the IJames of persons to be School Commissioners for 
1he ensuing year. Commissiollers to elect their own Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer. 
f!uestiolls to be decidcd by a majority of votes. Commissioners to divide the Municipality inta- 
School Distric:.-ts. No District to contain Jess than twenty children of School nge, except in one 
instance in each Municipality; this to be discretionary. Commissioners are authorized to take 
possession of aU Common School property; to acquire and huld fO{' the Corporation aU moneys 
"1' income for the- purposes of }
ducation ; to build, repair, and keep in order all Common School 
pwperty; to e.ngage Teachers; to rcgnlate the course of Study; to pro.vide that no Hooks be 
used but those appro\'cd by the &tlrd of Exarkinel's; to establish General Ru)es for the man- 
agf'mf'nt of the ::;chûols; to fix the time of the alJllual public Examination ;-the Curé, Priest, 
,If Minister to ha\'e the exclusive right of selecting the Books ha\'ing reference to Religion or 
;\10rals; to decide disputes; to nominate two or more Yisitors from among themselves, who 
IOhull \'isit the 
chools, and report at least oncf' in 
ix months; to leport yearly to the Superin- 
tendent of Education; to keep registers and account; to eause to be levied a sum equal to that 
<\lIoVl'ed out of the Common School Fund for each )JunicipaJity; to allow, if they thillk proper, 
a sum not exceed-ing J.:ZIJ. yearly, for the support of any Superior or Mode) School, in the most 
Ihickly settled part of the Municipality; to fix the School Fees; to exempt indigellt persons; 
and to 11roseCl1te delinquent parties, The money accruing to any School Distri
t may be placed 
in a Sa\'ings' U'l\Ik for a certain rèlÍod, to be then applierl to the erection of a 
chool-hollse, &c. 
-{ch/)()l Commissioners "hall be a Corporation, un :IeI' certain )imitations; shall Not alienate allY 
properly without trle express authorily of the Superintendent of Education. The Corporation 

haH not Cf.'ase. þ'ubrique 
chDols may be united upon certain conditions, Separate or Dis- 
sentient Schools may be established. A 
chvol, to De entitled to a share in the School Fund,. 
must be under legal managt'meut fo-r at feast eight months, and he auenùed by at least flfteen 
Children-
he return to be Cel tified to the School Commissioners or Trustees by the Teacher, 
HId at least t\TO CommÜ,siollcrs; and a Report to be transmitted c\'ery six months to the Super-- 
il\1cndent of Eùncation-a sum equal to the Legislative grant must be also raised. Penalties for 
false rctun:s to beerjfûrced. A Girl's School may be established in each ,Municipality. Secretar)! 
311d Treasur.er to recejve an allowance of two and a-half per cent on all mO
leys rI:'Cf'i\'ed. 
1111:' residelJt Clergy, Judges.l\lembcls of Parliament, Justices of the Peace, Mayors, \Van.\ens, 
.:\lilitia Colonels, L'il.ut Colonds, i\lajors and Seuior Cólptains, to be Visitors of Common 

cbools in 
arlJ l\hll1icipali:y. The Superintemlent of Edl.lcOltÎon to be ex-officio Visitor Gene- 
ral of Publi<.> S
hools. No edesi..a&tic to vi:>it any S,'hool not of his own persuasion The Eu- 
perintendellt of I.:tlucl1tion to recei\'e a salary of ,;(300 CUI reliey, pf'r ,mnum; to be a 110\\ cd 
.t:1ì;) for a Secretary; .f:(j\J for a elel b.; and the contingent expcllsl'S of hi.s office. To give 
"eClJritv to the amount of 1:2oUO. Is authorised to receive flOm the Recf'iver General all sums 
.If Iolloñey appropr iated by this Act, and to distribllte the same; to prepare allnece..sary Forms, 
.
c., to keep correct Books and di:>tinct Sclwdules 'which m,\y be l
ferred to by the GO\'ernor 
t

neral in COllllcil, the Legislature or Sr;hool Yisitors; to examine and contml all accounts of 
1I10nies aprrol,ri..,teò hy allY COIporation, undcr tbis Act; and to lay annually Lpfore the three 
Ílraßches of the Legtslature a détailnt Report of the actnalstate of Education in Lower Canada. 
1\Sf>eSSments to be laiJ equally, acconling to valuation, and, if lJOt ]Jaid, to beaJl Itypothcf}ue- 
UateabJe J'{>al proper\}' ami immo\'abl
 property to be alike rated. Uncuncedeò lianc.ls in 
eigfl- 
iorie8 to b
 Jree from assessments, The 
el
"ors to pay. Of) aCC(j).llflt vt their lucrative rights, olle 
lorti th part of tllP sum a"sf'sst'd in the Municip
lity, in proportion to their St'ignory in th6 
.am
. Religious EÙ'tlcõlti
nal anù Charitable buildings to be exemp
. The c)Üel of Quebec and 



83 


Montr
al to have two sets of Commissioners-cl six each-Roman Catholic and Protestant, t. 
be appointed by the Corp;>rations resp::!ctÍ\ ely. :{.) School rate to be levied therein, but tbe fund. 
to be forthcoming from tbe City Treasury: 
n considera.tion of the p
ssession by Quebec and 
Montreal of a number of Educational Inslltut1Ons, each cIty shall rece1\'e a fixed sum-less than 
that they would otherwise receive, The School Fund to ùe paid by the Superintendent of Ed'l- 
ration to the School Commissiollers in two semi-annual payments. The balance of the yearly 
LeO'islative grant to be appropriated by the SlIpf'rinteruleht of Education, under the authority of 
the!:> Governor in Council, in aiding to finish School Houses, or to make extensi\'e re- 
pail s in old 
mes. A Board of Examiners to be appointed fOl' .tbe cities. 
f Quebec a.nd Mon- 
treal, composed of fourteen pel'sor,s chosen (rom am
lIg the d:ffer.ent relIgiOus persua
lOns-one 
half to be Roman Catholics. The Boards are authonzed to exam me and grallt certIficates of 
qualificatibn to Teaclrers; to meet once in three montbs. on the appli,cation of one or mo.re 
Teachers, tbrough the Secretary of tbe Board. Fees for diploma or certificate to be five shil- 
lings. To give notice to the Superintendent of Education of the admi::!sion of Teachers. To . 
divide Teachers into tbree classes, viz: of Elementary, of Model Schools, and of Academies. 
Ecclesiastics and females to be e
empt fwm examination. Commissioners and Trustees to 
engage Teachers at their discretion. The Boarù to have a seal. Qualilication of i\ School Com- 
missioner to b
 L:!50. 


UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES, &c. 


UNI"-ERsr.rv Of' KI:XG'S COLLEGE, TOnOSTO. 
Chancellur-His Excellency the Right Hon. the Earl of Elgin ami Kincardine, K. '1'., Governor 
General of British North ArnelÍca, &c. Visitors-The Hon. the Judges of the Queen's Bt'nch. 
President, -. Coun"il-Thl? Hon. the Speaker of the Legislative COllncil; the Hon. tbe 
Speaker of the Legislative Assemùly; the Attomey General, C. W ; the Solicitor General, C. W.; 
Hev. John McCaul, L.L,D,; Rev. James Beaven, D.D; Henry Holmes Croft, E!'<].; Wm. C. 
Gwynne, 1\1 .n; John Kin:{, J.\I. D; the Principal of Upper Canada College. Rlgislrar and 
BILrsar-Henry Boys, M. D. 
PROF ESSORS -( 18-13.) Rev. John :McCaul, L L. D., Vice rrcsident amI Professor of Classical 
Literature, Belles Lettres, Rhelolic and Logic. (1843,) Rev. James Beaven, D.D., Dean, 
Professor of Diviuity, Metaphysics, and )101'31 Philosophy. (18:13.) Henry Holmes Croft, Esq" 
Proctor, l>rofessor of Chemi.slry and Experimental Philo<:ophy. (1843.) VI', C. Gwynne, M.B., 
Professor (If Anatomy and Physiology (18i3.) John King-, M. D" Professor of the Theory 
and Practice of :Medi('ine (1813) William Uume Blake, B.A., Professor of Law and Juris- 
prudence. (1843,) William Beaumont, F. R. C S E., Professor of the Principles and Practice 
of Surgery. (18.13.) George Hen-irk, 1\1. D., Professor of Miùwifery and Diseases of Women 
aliI.! Children. (18-13) W. B. Nicol, Esq. Pmfessor of Materia 1\<ledica and Pharmacy. 
(18-13) Henry Sullivan, 1\1. R C S E.., Professor of Practical Anatomy and Curator of Mu- 
seum. (18H.) Rev. Robert l\lurray, Professor of .Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. 
(1845) LuciusO'E1'Ïen, .1.\1. D., l)rofessor of :Medical Jurisprudence. lIebrew 1'ulor-J. .I\I 
Hirschfelder, Esq. 
The Academical Terms are three-:\lichaelmas, Hilary and Easter. 


UPPER (JA
ADA COLLEGE, '.rOltOXTU. IncorpOl'atcd ,,,itll 
tile t:"lIh"Cl'sity of IUlIg
s CoHcüe. 
Principal-F, W. Barron, Esq., 1\1. A. Fir!>! Classical lIJaster--Rev. H. Scadùing, M. A 
ltl11thenwtical 
"lastcr-Rev, G. Maynard, 1\1. A. 2nd do.-Rcv. H. W. Ripley, 13. A. 3rd do. 
-Rev. W. Stennct, E. A. Prcllrh Master-:l.1r. De la Haye. Pirst English l1Iastel'-:\lr. ,N. 
l3arrett, 2nd åo.-Jobn Gouinlock; qcomet,.ical Drawing lUllstcr-
1r. J. G. Howard. 
First QlLade1'-From end of f'lImmer Vacation to Christmas Vacation (ab011t 20th Decem- 
ber). 2nd do.-From end of Chistmas Vacation to 20th j\larch. 3,.d do.-From 20th March 
lO 3nl. J line. 4th do -From 3d June to.l\1idsummer Vacation, about 6th of August. 


rXI"
ERSiTY OF Q.ITEEN'S COLLEGE, I
INGSTO
. 
!)pon:ssoRs-,Principal an, I Primarius Profcss01' of Divinity-Rev John 1\1 achar, D. D. 
P1'Ofcs,
or of Systematic 1'ncolo;y-Rev. James George. Profes
or of Church IIistm'y-Rev. 
Hugh Urqllhart, A.:\l. Profcsso, of lIlathematics, L()'jic, and Natural Philosophy-Rev. Jarøes 
Wiliiamson, A. i\l. PrrJèssor of Classical Literature and Moral J>hil
o}Jh.y-Rev. t;eo,w
 
Romalles, A. .M. 
BOU1'd of Trustet?$.-Re-v. Alex. Mathieson, D. D.; Rev. John Cook, D. D; Rev, Robert 

eill; Rev. Robert McGill; Rev. James Williaw..son, A. M.; l{e-v. Hngb Urquhnrt, A. M; 
11,ev.lieor,e Ro.mant.'BJ A. M'j Rev. John Barc1aYJ A. 
I.i Uev. Jamea Ge
Jge; Rev. Joba 


I 
lid 



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}{acbar, D. ];}.; Rev. William Bain, A. 1\1; Rev. John Cruiksllank, A. M.; Joseph Bruce Esq.; 
Hon.John Hamilton; Hon. James Crooks; Hon. William Morris; Hon. Archiba1d Mc'Lean; 
Hon. Thomas McKay; Hon. Peter McGill; E. W. Thomson, Esq.; Alexander Prinale, Esq.; 
John Cameron, Esq.; John Boston, Esq.; Grorge Malloch, Esq.; John Mowat, Esq., F. A. 
Harper, Esq., Chmrman; John Thomson, Esq. 
. The Session of College for Students in the Fa.c
lt.Y of Arts, lasts fOJ; eight mOI;ths in the year, 
VIZ., from the 1st October to 1st June. The Dlvlmty Classe$ are taught for SIX months, viz, 
from 1st November to 1st May. 


UNIYERSITY OF IUcGILL COLLEGE, IUOXTREAL. 
Governors.-His Excellency the Governor General, the Lord Bishop of Montreal, the Hon. 
the Chief Justice of :\rontreal, the Hon. the Chief Justice of Upper Çanada, the Principal of the 
College. - 
PROFESSORS, &c.- -, Principal; Rev. W. T. Leach, A.M., Vice-Principal and Pro- 
fessor of Classical Literature; - Professor of Divinity; - Professor of )lathematic8 
dnd Natural Philosophy; Hon. W. Badgley, Law Lecturer; Rev. J. Ab bott) Lecturer on 
History and Geography; L. Demontier, Lecturer on French Literature and Language; A. F. 
Hoimes, 1\1.D., I
ro1'e8sor of Practice of Medicine; G. W. Campbell, .M.D., Lecturer on Surgery; 
A. Hall, M.D.. Lecturer on Chemistry and Pharmacy; ::\1. l\IcCulloch, M.D., Lecturer on 

Iidwitery amI Diseases of Women and Children; Jas. CrawJonl, M.D., Lecturer on (.limical 
-'Iedicine and Surgery; O. Bruneau, 1\1. D., Lecturer on Anatomy; J .C. Eewell, M.D,. Lecturer 
on Materia :1\ledica; R. L. Macdonell, 
I.D" Lecturer on Institutes of ,i\Iedicine; \Y. Fraser, 
)['D., Lecturer on Medical Jurisprudence; L. Papineau, 1\I.D., Lecturer on Botany; \V. E. 
Scott, l\I.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy; \V. Wright, Curator of the 
Iuseum; Rev. James 
Abbot, A.!\1., Registrar, Dursar and :::;ecretary. 
The U ni versily 'Ie] ms are as follow :-111 clwelmas Term begins on the first \Y ednesday i
 

el'tember, and ends 30th Deccmbt'r; Lent 1'e1'm b('gÌl
s on the V,'ednesJay nearest the 7th 
January, and ends Saturday before Palm Sunday; Easter Term begins on Ihe Wednesday after 
Easter ::;undy, and ends on the day after Commencement Day, which is aÌ\\ays the third \\ed- 
l:esòay in June. 
The Winter Course of Lectures, by the :.'\Iedical Faculty, commences annually on the fir!õt 
:.londay of l\ovember, and terminates on the ]a5t week of Al'JÌl. 


U
IVERSITY OF TIC'l'ORI
 COLLEGE, COBOURG. 
College Senate-Hon. the President of the Executive Council; Hon. the 
peaker of the 
Legislati\'e Council; Hon. the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly; Bon. the Attorney 
General West; Hon. the 
olicitor General \, est; Rev. ,i\I. Richey, D.D,; Rev Enoch Wood; 
Rev. Thomas Bevitt; Rev. Jonathan :::;cott; Rev. Egerton Ryerson, D. D.; He\'. Alexander 
McNab, A, ì\1.; Rev. John RYt'rson; Rev. Anson Green; Rev. Uichard Jon
s; Rev. Hamilton 
I-;iggar; Hev. C. Vllnd'isen; John Bealty, Esq., 1\1.D.; John P. Roblin, Esq.; Chas. l3iggar, Esq 
FACLLTv.-Principlll and P1'Ofessol' of Rhetoric and 
1j[oral Science-Rt'v. A. l\IcNab, l\I. A. 
P/'ofessor of Classical Literature-John Wilson, Esq., A.B., T.C.D. PrOfeS-$01' of 11lat!lcmlltics- 
William Kingston, 1\I.
\. Professor of },-alurul Science-Juhn Beatty, 1\1.1>, Classical Tutor- 
\\' illiam Ormi5ton. English Tulor-Chades l\I, D. Cameron. The Eummer 
esf:,ion com- 
mences on the third Thurs,lay ill Jlllle. and ends on the first Wednesday in Octùber. The 
Winter 
esf:,ion, commences on the last Thursday in October, and ends on the first ,V ednesday 
i It )-1ay. 
CO:YGl
EGATIO:VAL THEOLOGICAL I:XSTITC
.E, Toronto. 
T
d01'-"-n.CV. Adam Lillie. Treasurer-Rev. John Roaf. Secl'i'tm'y-Robert Beekman, Esq. 
Commitlec-Rev. John Hoa1'; Rev. Adam LiIlip; Rev. T, Hodgkin; Rev. T. Durrant; 
P. Freeland, E
q-; W. D. Tay
or, J:sq,; J. F. ,Marling, Esq.; E. T. Whittemore, E
q.; 
o :-)r.arr, }

q.; Jo
eph To]free, Esq. 


fl:\"0X.S {'OLliE
':E, TOROX'IO, in ('onI1cc:ion with the 
PrcSb!"tcl'ian (j[.uu-clI oR ('alla(1a. 
P, iJ1C'Ïpal, --. Professor of Divinity-TIev. Ralph Robb, A. l\l. Professor of 
"y
tem(ltic 1ìao'oC:'I, --. Profe!\sor of licb
elt' alld liibiiclll Crilicism-I{ev. \\illiam 
HIntoul A. 
I. 1" (.ft'SSOI' of Intellectlwl mul JlIorul Philosophy-llev. H. Esson, A. M. Pro- 
I>
.ol' oj C!assic,tl Ltterature-Rev. Alexander Gale, A. 1\1. . 


TonOXTO ACADEJ.lY. 
l'r i7lci l'al--Rev Alpxandl.'r Gale, A.}1. First Masle1'-Rev Thomas 'Vightman; 2nd do-- 
"Ii', fhomas Henpillg. French .lI1llster-:H. Deslandes. Drawing 1I1aster-J. A. 
andeI8. 
.l,Ústant
-.I. Jami(,soll, anrl Geo. \\ anhope. 
Tf'n1i
,-lst hptember to lith 
{\vemLer 18th XQvember 10 10th February 11th Feb. 
luar>: to 1st May:_ 210d )lay to 12th July. 



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THEOLOGICAL IN
VrrJ'UTE OF t:NiTED PRE8BYTERIA
 
CHunCH, LONDON,C.'V. 
Superintendent-Rev. William Proudfoot. . 
Period of Study in Theology for Licentiates, four years. Two Ses
iofls in each year, of fi\"4
 
mO,nths each. 


CANADA. nAPTI
T COLLEGE, ]IOXTBEAL. 
Principal-J. :M. Cramp, A. l\l. Professor-F. Bosworth, A. M. Treasurel'-Joseph 
Wenham, Esqr. 


CLERGY. 


CLERGY OF THE UNITED CHURCH OF EX GLAND AND 
IRELAND. 
DIOCESE OF QUEBEC. 
L()rd Bishop of .ðlontreal-The Right Rev. George Jeosophat Mountain, D, D. 
.lJ.l'chdeacon and Reclor of Quebec-The same. 
Bi.shop's Official {[nd Eccli!siaslical Commissary-Rev. George Mackie, D.D. 
Private Secretary-Rev. A. W. Mountain, A.B. 

 James Abbott, I\I. A., J. Bethune, D. D., W. T. Leach, 1\r. A., W. A 
Montreal.. .... ... Adamson, B. A., D. Falloon, D. D., J. Ramsay, .1\1. A., C. Bancrøft 
1\[. A., J. FI
tcber, B. A" D. Robertson, G, F. SImpson, M. A. 
Quebec .. . . . . . ., S George Cowell, M. ,A., IL Lonsden, R. G. Plees, T. Com.wall, G. Mackie, 
{ D. D., E. W. Sewell, C. L, F. HeanseH, A. .Mountam, B. A. 
Abbottsford .. ..... T. Johnston. I 
 L. Doolittle. 
Aylmer........... .J. Johnston. Lennoxville ...... J.l!"
lImuth. 
Bedford.. ... ... . . . ,J. Jones. I J. 
Icolls. 
Broome........... .J. S
cott, :M. A. Mascouche ........ .J. F!anaga
. 
Bury......... .... .J. I\.emp. Melbourne, ...... ..J. F
. F. SImpson. 
Cape Cove, ........ .R. Short. Kew Carlisle...,.. .G, Milne, 1\1. A. 
Chambly S J. Braithwaite, B. A. I New Glasgow. ......C B. Fleming. 
- . . . . . . . . { J. P. White. Nicolet ............ H. Burgess, B. A. 
Clarenceville ....... AI. Townsend. Ormstown .. . . . . . ., . William Brethour, B. A. 
Clarendon, . . . . . . . . . F. S. Neve. PIll' b SR. Whitwell. 
Christi\'ille . . . .. . ., . W. Thompson 11 IpS urg,.... < C. C. Cotton, A, B. 
Compton....... .... C. Reid. Pointe á Cavagnol .. .J. Pyke. 
Coteall du La
 .... . . F. Robinson. Pointe Levi,. . .. . ., .J. Torrance. 
Drummondville .... .G. J\l, Hoss. Portneuf.......,... .C. J. Morris, M, A. 
Eaton ........ .J. Taylor. Rawdon........... .C. Rollit. 
Farnham.....:.....W.Jones. R" d L SE.G.W.Ros.s. 
Freligbsburg .......J Reid, M. A. IVlere u our.. {N. Guerout. 
Gaspé ßasin .... .. . . William Arnold. ' I Sherrington ........ H. Hazard. 
Grand
}y Village. . . . . G. Slack. 
rel .............. William Anderson. 
GrenvIlle ....'...., C. Forest. St. Andrews, . . . . . . . \V. Abbott. 
Hatley, . .......... .C, Jackson. St. Giles..........., Wil1iam King. 
Huntingdon....,.... W. l\1ürris. St. Johns..... ...... \Y. Dawes. 
Kingsey........ ... .John Butlu, St. Remi .. ......... E. G. Sutton. 
Lachine........... .W. B. Bond. Three Rivers...... .S. S. Wood, ,M,A. 
La Chute........... W. Mc':\laster. Upper Ireland......R. Avderson, B. Á. 
LacoBe............ .C. Morice. Valcartier ....,.... .E. C. Pal kin. 
Laprairie .......... Frederick Broome. Waterloo. . .. , . .. . . . A. Balfour. 
Leeds. . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. T. Whitten. 


DIOCESE OF TORONTO. 
Lord Bishop of Toronto-The Honourable and Right Reverend John Strachan, D.D" L.L.D' 
.Ilrchdeacon, of Kingslon- Venerable George O'l{ill Stuart, L.L.D. 
.Ilrchdeacon of York-Venerable A.. N. :Bethune, D.D. 
E.ramining and Domestic Chaplain and SecTetary to tIll LJ1"d Búhop- The Rev. H. J. 
Grasett, M.A. 



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1I0MI: DISTRICT. 
I ReY. H. J. Grasett, M.A., Rector Glld Officiating Chaplain to tht Form. 
ReY'. Henry Scadding, ,1\1. A., Ninister of ChUt'ch of the Holy Trinity, 
U7ld Chaplain to the Lord Bishop. 
J Rev. W. Honywoml Ripley, B,A., JI-linister of Trinity Church. 
Rev. J. Be
vell, D,D , P7'Ofessol' of Divinity, King's Collegt. 
City of Toronto. ... Rev. John McCanl, L L.U, Vice President of King's College. 
I Rev. J, G. D. !\IcKenzie, Ministel of St. Paul's Church. 
Rev. George Maynard, Mathematical Mast>c1', Uppr.t. Canada Collegt. 
l Rev. Charles Ruttan, ,MinistOf' of St. George's Chw'ch. 
Rev. Georgt' Bourn, .I1s
istant ftlinilJter of St. Jamcs'. . . 
Rev. \Y. Stennett, .I1s.
istant Ministel' of the Church of the IIoly Tnmly. 
F.tobicoke .......... T. Phillip:!, D.D., Rector. 
lissior.ary ........ .C. Leycester. 
Toronto, Township.. .J. Magrath, l\I.A., Rector. TALBOT DISTRICT. 
York I\hlls. . . . . . . . . . Alex. Sanson, Rector. 1 F . D R t 
. . ranCJS J'. vans, ec 0,. 
Strpetsville ......... Rohert J. l\lcGeorge. SImcoe. . . . . . . . . . G S I 
Thornhill ,......... D. E. Blake,A. B., Rector. eorge a mono 
Markham and ç V. P. l\layerhotfer, M.A. LONDON DISTRICT. 
Vaughan. . . . .. . .. l Rectm'. . 1 B. Crol
y
, M.A., Re
tor, 
NewrI?arket,....... George .Charles Street. London........... Offic
atUlg Chaplam to 
Georgma ......... . John GlbslJn. the porces. 
Brock ............. R. Garrett. London Township. . . C. C. Brough,A.B. Rector. 
Whilby .......... .. John I>entIand, B._-'. St. Thomas. . . . . . . . .M. Burnham, B,A.Rector. 
&arboro' . . . . .... . . . W. Stewart Darling. Adelaide. . . . . . . . . . . . A. ,Mortimer, Rector. 
Lloydtown, . . .. . . ., . Henry Bat h Osler. Carradoc .... . . . , . . . R. Flood, M. A., Rector. 
Cbin
uacousy ...... G. S. J. Hill. Port Burwell.... . . . . T. Boldon Read. 
SIMCOE DISTRICT. TyrconnelI, &c.... . .James Stewart. 
Uarrie & Shanty Bay .S. B. Ardagh,A.M. Rec'r. BROCK DISTIUCT. 
Tecumseth anù W, 
 F L 0 I l\I A Burford ,........... A. St. G.. Caulfield, A.B. 
GwilIimbury. ... S . . s er, . . Woodstock ......... W. Bettll(lge, B. D., Ree',.. 
Orillia ............. John McIntyre. Oxford. . '" .... .. . .Henry Rt;vell, A.B. 
Penetnnguishene. . . . . George Hallen, B.A. Zorra . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,F. FauqllJer. 
Mi
ion.ary in t};e 
 John Fletcher. HURON DISTRICT. 
lJiStnct ........ 5 Goderich ...........R. F. Campbell, M. A. 
GORE DISTRICT. Stratford, . . . . . . . . . . . Jobn Rickie. 
Hamilton ......... .J. G. Geddes, Recior. )-lcGilIivray...... H. C. Cooper. 
Saltfleet and Binbrook,J, L. Alexander. WESTERN DISTRICT. 
Ancaster and Dundas. Wm. l\Ic.:\lurray, Rect01'. Sandwich........... Wm. Ritchie, Rector. 
Uran!ford .......,. .J. Campbell Usher. Amherstburg ...... .Fred. :i\1ack, Rector. 
Wellmgton 
quare,.. T. Greene, A.B., Rect01'. Colchester........., F. Gore Elliott. 
Galt............ .. .)Iicbael Buomer, A.B. Chatham........... W. H. HobFoon, Recior. 
Paris. . .. .......... William Morse. Warwick ...... .,. Jamt's Mockridge, Rector 
Oakvll1e ....,...... Alex. Pync, A.B. Walpole Island,..... Andn:w ,Jamieson. 
N
s?gaw
ya ...... . George Graham. Dawn, &e......... .John Gunnc. 
M 18i>IOnaneS to the 
 Ab h N II d Ralel ' c:r h &c Francis W m. Sand y s. 
. T . J d . ra am e es an b" . . . . . . . ' 
SIX NatIOn d n 
ans Adam Elliot. Plympton.......... .J. G. R, Salter, B.A. 
011 the Gran RI ver 
NEWCASTLE DI.:ìTRI(,T. 
WEI.LlNGTON DISTRICT. 1 A. N. Bethune, D.D., 
Guelph ....'... . ..A. Palmer, A.B., Rector' C b rg Rector. 
TraYellin
 Mission'y.DonaM Fraser. 0 ou .......... J. B. B. 'Vorren. 
NIAGARA DISTRICT. Port Hope.. . .. ... .. .Jonathan Shortt, Rector. 
.. ST. Creei1, Rector, Offic'g Cavan............ .Samue) Armour, Rect07. 
:"ilagara .. . . . . . ., 
 Clwpl'lin to the Forces. Clarke & Darlington. . T. S. Kennedy, Rector. 
Grimsby .......... .G. R. :F. Grout, llect01'. Grafton & Colbon
e. ..John \\ ilson. 
Chippewa Stamford 
 cor.BORNE DISTRICT. 
Queenston 
nd W. Leeming, Rect01'. , ( R. .T. C. Taylor, 1ot.A. 
DrummondVllle, Peteiboro.. , . .. .. S Rect01'. 
'
horo
d. ........... T. n. Fuller, Reelor. Emily. . . ., ..... .. . Robert Han1ing. 
Fort J..nc,......... ,Jonn And
rson, Rector. Fenelon Falls. ..... 
... C h . S A. F. Atkmson, Rector. 
..,t. at annes '" 
 R. 
hanklin. VICTORIA DISTRICT. 
J..outh . ............. G. 1\1. Armstrong, Rector. Belleville .........' Rev. Jolm Grier, M.A. 
Port Ma
tlanù and 
 Adam Townley. PRINCE EDWARJJ DISTIUCT. 
Dunnville ...... 5 . 1'01 ] R t 
ieulpments on the 
 . Picton ............. W m. l' acau ay, rc or. 
Gr
nd RiY'cr .... S B. Cudmore IItIl, M.A. :\lurray........... .P. G. BartMt. 



sv 



IDLAND DISTRICT. Prescott,.......... . Robert Blakey, Rtc/o" 
f Ven. G. O'Kill Stuart, Kemptvil1e .... .. n. Harvey McAlpin, R
clo'. 
I L.L.D., Rector. BATHURST DISTRICT. 
W. :\1. Herchmer, M.A., P h 'K H . :\ 1 A R ' . 
1 .lJsmlaJtt 
'li1ti.>I
. ert.. .... ... .. . . . .>'J. anlS". " 
c,01 
R. V. Rogers, Þlinisler q, Carleton Place. . .. . .J. A.. 
l1lloc,k, Rector. 
Kingston. .. . ,. .. . St James' Cl1(1.rck, and Fra-nktown ..:.... ..T. \V'. Padfield, ,Rector. 
I Chap. to the Pro. PeR. Pack
nha!ll &. Fltzroy,Hanmbal 
lulkl.n
. 
I T. H. ,M. I>arHet1, i\1..'\., )'lernckvllle . . . .. . . . Ebene;r;er 
lorrl@. 
O.Di'!f Ch.ap. to Forces. D lLIIOUSIE DISTRICT. 
W. Greig-, JIlin. .SI. Mark'!i; By town .... .'.. . . So S. Strong, Rector. 
l Clr.ltrch, Bllrltefield. Richmond. . .. .. .. . .John Flood, Rector. 
Wolfe Island ,..... .J. Antigell Allen. 
larch ........ .... Ma1tbew Ker. 
Bath. . .. .......... \Y. F. S. Harper, Rector, T C 
Adolphustown ..... .Job Deacon, Rector. EASTERS DIS RI' T. 
Mohawk & Napanee.Saltern Givins, Rector. C
.rn.wan......... .f!enry PattoJ1, Ri:cloi. 
Amherst Island. ... .Jobn Rothwell, A.B. \\ IlIwIDsburg ....... E. J. J?oswell, Rector. 
Camden Louah- S . . Osnabruck.......... Romallle Rolph. 
boro';&Portland, ( Paul Shuley. OTTAWA DISTRICT. 
10HNSTOWN DISTRICT. Missionary. . ..... .., F. Tremayne. 
Btockville . . .. . . . " . Edwartl Denroche, M.A. 
Lamb's Pond. . . .. . .. W, H, GURning,A.B. Rec'T,Manitoulin Island, . . . F. A, O'Meara, L,L. D. 



LERGY OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF CA:SADA. 


IN Co.
'"NECTION WITH THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. 


Rev WALTER Ro.'I.cn, Beauha.'nois, Moderator of Synod. 
Rev. ANDREW BELL, Ðrtnflas, Synod Clerk. 
PRESBYTERY OF MONTREAL. 
Meels at Monl1'etu.on the first 'iVeilnes{[l1yof Feb11lary, JlJay, Jlugusl, and NovembQr. 
Montreal, St. Andrew's-Alex. )!atbic5oo,D D' I Hemmingsford-John 1\larlin. 
Dundee-Duncan 1\loOlly. Valcartier-David Shanks. 
Chatham-William )lair. 
lontreal, French Church--Emile LavelIetnp_ 
Beauharr..ois-Walter Roach. I Laprairie-JOhn Davidson. 
Ormeston-James Anderson. Three Rivers-James Thorn. 
Quebec, St Andrew's-John Cook, D. D. Huntingdon-Alexander Wallace, A. B. 
Georgetown-James C. Milir. I )IontreaJ, St. P.allrs
Ro-bcrt McGill. 
Lachinc-Wil}iam Simpson. , 
.Vacant Chao ges.-:\1elbourne, Metis, and St. Eustache. 
PRESBYTERY OF GLENGARRY. 
},/etfs on the third JVcdncsday of January, AP1'il, July and October. 
\V.illiamstown-Jonn McKenzie, A. 
L ,WiUiamsburgh-John Dickey. 
Cornwall-Hugh Urquhart, :\. M. ,Lanca.ster-T. )lcPherson, A.M., Pre"!! Cl
l'k. 
Martintf}wn-John ;.\ladaur-in, ! VOri g nal-colin Grigor. 
Osnabruck-Isaac P'ukis. Dalhousip i\lills & St. George-..-Eneas .McLean. 
Vacant Charges.-CQteau du Lac, Fincb, Indian Land
, and Lochíel. 
PRESBYTERY OF IIA:\lIL TON. 
}'leets at Ham;lton on the second Wednesday in January, Ap1'U, July, and October 

elsøn-William King / Xiagara-J,-,hn Cruickshank, A l\I 
Clinton-George McClatchey \Iount Pleasant-John Brynin
 
Dundas and Ancaster-.\. Bell, Presb'y C[cJ'k Hamilton-Alexander McKi<<i 
Vacant Charges.-Galt, Fergus, Guelph,Stratfonl and N. Eas
hope, Goderich, Sarnia, Am- 
berstburgh, Alboro', Simco and Port Dover, Onondaga, 
PRESBYTERY OT!' B.A THURST. 
Meets at Perth, t1n (he second Wednesday of January, May., and Spptcmbe.r. 
Eeckwith-John Smith ,Lanark- Thomas Fraser 
Smith's Falls-George Romanes, A. M. :Burkingham anù Cumberland-G. Bell. A. B. 
Perth, 1st Church-William Bell, A. M. j perth' St. Andrew's-William Bain, A. M. 

outh Gower-Joseph Anderson., A. M. Rarru;ay-John McMorine 
Pakenham-.AI-exander Mann, A. M Dalhousie-John Robb 
Richmond-Davit! Evans 
fYacant Charges.-BytowD, BruckyiUe, Ne....burgh and 
d!ord. . 



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PBE
BYTERY OF KINGSTON. 
JJleets at Kingston, on the first Wednesday of every l'rlonth. 
Kingston, St Andrew's-John Machar, D. D. \ Queen's College, Kingston-Jas. Williamson, 
Seymour-Robert Neill A. 1\-1., Presbytery Clerk 
.ßelleyiIle-l ames George 
PRESBYTERY OF TORONTO. 
Jfeets at Toronto, on the third Tuesday of February, lIfay, August, and Navember. 
f.
t!quesing.-Peter Ferguson Toronto City, St. Andrew's-J. Barclay, A.1\I., 
Vaughan-Peter J\lcl\aughton, A. M. Presbytery Cleric 
Chiuguacousy-Thomas Johnson W. Gwillimbury and Innisfil-Alexander Ross 
King-John Tawse, A. M. Clarke and Hopp.-Samuel I)orter 
)'lor
o-Alexander Lewis Scott, Uxbridge, and Reach-William Brown 
Y,
ldon-JohJl l\IcMmchy Hornby and Trafalgar-William Barr 
Vacant Charges.-Pickering and \Vhitby, Scarboro', Toronto Township, CaledoR, !'-Iew- 
market, Markham, Thorah, Varlington, Nottawasaga and Sunnidale, Brock, l\lara. 


{"ÆRGY OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF CA:XADA. 


Rev. JOHN M. ROGER, A. 1'1., Peterboro', Moderator of Synod. 
Re\'. WILLIAi\I RINTOUL, A. ;\1., Streetsville, Synod Clerk. 
PRESBYTERY OF HAMILTON. I 
Caledoma-Andrew Ferrier, D. D. Guelph- - McGregor, 
Salttleet-George Cheyne Hamilton-Ralph Robb 
Dundas-Mark Y. Stark, Presbytery Cle1'k Ayr-Robert Lindsay 
Ualt-John Bayne Zorra-D. .i\lcKenzie 
}<'er;us-George Smellie Thorold-A. McIntosh 
Puslinch-William Meldrum North Easthope-D. AIJan 
Tl'
kersmith-\Villiam Graham Amherstburgh-Robert Peden 
WeI1jngton Square-Alexander McLean St. Thomas-John McKinnon 
I rrimsby-D Eastman, Port Sarnia- William McAlister 
Vacant C/lOl'ges.-Niagara, Aldboro', 'Williams, London. Woodstock
 Ingersoll, Tilbury
 
!1lPmJboro \V., \Voolwich, DunnvjJle; Walpole. 
O{ficiating wtlLin tILe Bonnds-James Smith. 
PRESBYTERY OF TORONTO. 
Toronto-Robert Burns, D, D. \ StreeISVi.Jle- William Rintoul 
Csledon-D. J\Ic:\lillan Norval and Esquesing-Peter Gray, Presbytery 
'larkham-James Boyd Clerk 
Vacant Cltarges.-York .Mills, Vaughan and King, \Vest Gwillimbl1ry, Thorah and Eldou, 
Ora and l\1edonte, Nottawasaga, Mono, Acton, &c., Chillgacousy, Humber aud Weston, Oak- 
vdlc and Trafalgar. 
Offiriating u.ithin tlte Bcnmds-J ames Harris, Henry Esson, Alexander Gale, Thos. Wightman 
PRESBYTERY OF COBOURG. 
South Cavan-James Douglass I Peterborough-JOhU 1\1. Roger 
GI'afton-\V. Reid, Presbytery Clerk Darlington-Alexandel'SteeJe 
Otonabee-Rohert Wallace Cobourg- 
PRESBYTERY OF KIl\GSTOK. 
o Ittlaooq ue-Helll'Y Gordon j Demorest v i l le-J ames Rogers 
Picton-\\'. Hamilton, Presbytery Clerk Kingston-Robert Reid, Robertß. BurRs
 
lJeHe\'ille- - Greig 
Vacant Cltarges.-Newburgh, Freùericksburgh. 
PRESBYTERY OF PERTH. 
llamsay-\\T. G. Jolmston I DalhOUSie-James Finla}' 
Os goode, &c-William Lochead By town-Thomas Wardrope, Presbyte1'y Clerk 
J3ristol-Andrew Melville Gatineau-John Corbett 
Beckwith- - Blair 
Vacant Cliwges.-Perth, J\Icl'ab, Middleton. 
PRESBYTERY OF BROCKVILLE. 
Brockville-William Smart [ SOUlh Gower-W. J. McDowell 
J
dwardsburg-James t;eggic, Presb'y Cla" Bf'llamyvillc-Alexander L\\k
 
Pre
cott-Robert Boyd 



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PRESBYTERY OF MO
TREAL. 
Quebec-John Clugston I Indian Lands-Daniel Clarke 
St. There3e-David Black La Chute-Thomas Henry 
Portneuf-8i.Tlon C. Frazer )lontreal Wm. Leishman, Presbytery CierI; 
Cornwall-John Frazer 
Vacant Charges.-St. Eustache, English River, Beechridge, 


CLERGY OF 'rHE UNITED PRESBYTERIAN ClIURCI-I 
IN CANADA. 


Rev. JAMES Roy, St Gl'orge, :Moderator. 
Re'. 'VILLI^
I PROUDFOOT, London, Synod Clerk. 
MONTREAL PRESBYTE.RY. 
Montreal-William Taylor I Smith's Falls-William Aitken 
La Chute-Andrew Kennedy 
ladrid-John Morrison 
New Glasgow-Alex'r Lowden, Pre:,b'y Cle1'k 
Vacant Chaj'ges.-Hulltingdon and St. Michaels, Pakenham. 


TORONTO PRESBYTERY. 
Port Hope, Perry town-John Cassie Toront; City-John Jennings, Presb'y Cl
rk 
Whitby-Robert Thornton IEmily, Ops, l\1am.ers-James Dick 
West Gwillimbury, Tecumsetb, Essa- WiIliam l ChingUaCOusy, Albion-David Coutts 
Fraser Ricbmond Hill, Thornbill-Walter Scott 
Clarke, 4th con. Kewcaslle-Geo. Lawrence Pickering-A. W. Waddell 
Vacant Charges.-Lindsay, Newton, King: Vaughan, Innisfil, Toronto (Township) and 
Brampton. 


HA11ILTON PRESBYTERY. 


West Flamborough-Tbomas Christie 
St. George-James Roy, Presbytery Clerk 
West Dumfries-Alexander Ritchie 
Eramosa, :Kichol, Elûra- William Barrie 
Guelph-Robert Tórrance 
f/acallt Charges.-St. Catharines, Thorold, rort Dalhousie, Beverly. 
LONDON rRE:SBYTERY. 
London, 'Vestminster-W. Proudfoot, Presby-'Tuckersmith, Stanley-Alexander McKenzie 
t
ry Clerk IDftrOlt-Jobn l\lcLplJan 
Proof Line, En
lish Settlement-James Skinnel l GCderich-ChaI les F'lctcher 
Bbmheim-Geõrge }Iurray , 
Vacant Clta'-ges.-Chatham, East Tilbury, St. )Iary's, Adelaide and 'Yarwick, Woodstock' 
3fxsSIOK^RU:S UNSETTLED.-A. Henderson, James Pringle, John Porteous, John Proudfoot. 


Brantford-.A.lexander Drummond 
Esqnesing-George Fisher 
Paris-David Caw 
Hamilton, Blanford-J am
s R. Dalrymple. 


CLERGY OF THE RO:\L\.
 CA'rHOLIC CHURCH. 


DIOCESE OF TOROKTO. 
Bishop of Toronto, - - 
ViCll)' General and Dean, - - 
.f1rchdeacon of Toronto-The Rev. John James Hay. 

'ecTetary of the Diocese-The same. 
RUR'l.L DEANS AND VICARS FOR'l.N. 
Home and Simcoe Districts-The Yen. tbe Archdeacon, ex-officii}. 
Gore, Niagara, and Talbot Districts-Edward Gordon. 
JVestem District, awl for those speaking lìench-P. Point. 
London and Brock Districts - - 
JVellington rmd H1Lrcm Districts, (mdlm' the Germans-L, CaveÏflg. 
.Missions on the borders of Lake Supenor and Huron, andlor the Indians-P. Chorse. 
:l'oronto City-J. J. Hay, õ\fld T. T- Kirwan. 



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e and Township of Toronto, 
 E O'R 11 Indiana, Walpo1'E' & Townships) W M I om 
f:tobicoke, Cal('don. Alhion, S 
ug. el y to the Nortb of the G. River, S . c nt 
Thornhill, Markham, Vaughau, l J BPI Lor/don, Adelairle, Biùdulph, &c -Po O'Dwyer 
Newmarket, and Georgina. 5' . rou x S Thomas, Yarmouth, &-c _ _ _ 
'
ithy, PickPfing, Brock, &c -E. 
mith, Godprich, 1\1e Killop, Stratford-Peter Schnider 
AdJala, Tecumseth, :Mono, &c.-:'rl. R. .Mills 
andwicb and Hlrroum.ling l p, Point, R. D. 
Penetangl1ishene.Barrie,Medonte. l A Ch t Townships 5 Joseph Grimot 
Orillia, S'lIInidale, 5 . ares Amherstburgh, &c.-Lewis l\Iauricp. 
Hamilton,Wellington Square, 
 E G I R D Chatham.l\1aidstone, Rochester &c-J. Jaffray 
\Yatenlown, &c, 5 . Of( on, . . Tilbury, East and West l " 
Guelph, Arthur, Nichol-Simon Sandal, I Raleigh &c, 5 Joseph 1\1. Billon 
Brantford, Dumfries. Norwich, l J Q' I Walpole Island
, SQlnia, 1 Dominic Dnrangue 
Oxford, E. W. and N i1rth . 5 as, um an Moore, &c \ I\ïcholas Point 
'Vaterloo, Peel, &c -L. Ca\'ein
, R. D. :\lanitouline Islands, and l P. Chone, R. D. 
Wilmot, \Vellesly, &c.-Bernard Fritch bOf(I
rs of L. Huron 5 Augustus Kohler 
1\iagara, Stamfor,l. &c -John ('anoll St. Mary of St. Mary's Falls, and l J. B. Menet 
St. Catherines, Thorold, &c.- W. P. McDonagb barrlers Lake 
uperior 5 J. Hanipaux 


DIOCESE OF KINGSTON. 
Buhop of Kin
ston-Rìght Rev. Remegius Gaulin,D. D. 
Coadþctol' and .!1dmini,çtmtor of the Diocc.
e-Rt. Rev. Patrick Phelan, D. D., Bishop of Carrh
. 
Vicar 
neral-Very Rev. Angus :\IcDonell, V. G. 


( Patrick Dollard 
I James Chisholm, D. D. 
IGngt
n, {John O'l\'pill 
I Bemard Hig
ins 
l- Foley 

 p, .A Telmon 
By town, - Beaudran 
P. Molloy 
Peterborough-John Butler 
Lyndsay-Patrick McEvoy 
Belleville-Michael Brennan 
Tyemlenaga-Charles Burke 
Pkton-l\1urth Lawlor 
Camden-:\Iichael .M (' Donnell 
Erockville-Oliver Kelly 


Prescott-Edmund Roach 
Fitzroy-J. :McNulty 
St. Andrew's, Stormont-George A. Hay 
Glengary-A. !l-lcDonald, V. G. 
Alf-xandria-Denis Begley 
Mariatown-Bernard Coyle 
Cornwall-John Cannon 
Killey-Philipp O'Reilly 
l)erth-John H. McDonagh 
Richmond-Patrick O'Connell 
Kem pt vii le- Daniel Farrelly 
L'Original-Jobn Farrell 
Asphodel anrl Percy-Edward Vaughan 
Dr;uro-Hugh Fitzpatrick 
Cobourg-James Timlin 


CI,ERGY OF TIlE \VESLEY AN l\IETHODIST CHURCII 
IN CA:."i ADA. 


R. AI.DER, D. D. ............ Pre.sident of the Confe1"ence. 
:\lATTHEW RICHEY, D. D. ... Co-Delegate. 
J. MUSGROVE ...........,...Secretnryofthe Conferena. 
EN OC H WOOD............... Superintendent of }'tlz,ssions. 


I.ON DON DISTRICT. 
London-Edmund Botterell, .John Goodfellow. Chatham-Erlwarå SaHows, John 'Webster. 
London Circuit-Wm. Pollard, F. Chapman, l\or\Vich-
olomon Snid-er. 
Edmund Stoney. SaI1O'f'eng-John K. Williston. 
Brantfonl-Edwy 
1 Ryerson, John Gunlly, God
rich-George Kennedy, Thomas Williams. 
Alf'x. T. Green. George Poole. 
arnja anù St. Clair-William Scott, N. G. 
'Voodstock-Thos. Fawcett, J W, Cawthorne. Axtell. 
Gosfield and Amherstburgh-Richard Phelps, Adelaide-Robert Corson. 
Samuel Fear. Wanlsville-Solomon Waldron. 
Sinicoe-Jame,;: BODih, James Gray. ;\luncey-Peter Jones, Abraham W. Sickles. 
ßt Thomas-Samnel C. Philp, R. Whiting, Sydenham-.Tohn Williams. 
Thomas Harmon. l\1alahide-Josepb Shepley. 
WILLIAM RYi:lUiON" ChøiraðIL 



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HAMILTON DISTRICT. 
Hamilton-John Douse, Thomas Rattray, D. C. , St. Catharines-Johr'l Law, Lachlin Taylor. 
VanNorman, A. l\f., A. Prindel, Samuel Stamford-Renben E. Tupper, E. B. Harper. 
Belton. Georgetown-William Philp. 
Dundas-Samuel Rose. Kennetly Creighton. Guelph-John Bredin, John Hunt. 
Dumfrip.s-:\Iatlhew Whiting. Thomas Jeffers. Grand River-Rowley Heyland, Ozias Barber. 
Nelson-William Wii1lougp,by, James Spent:er, I Yurk-Thomas Demorest, Thomas Cosford. 
George Ferguson. Chippawa-Ll1ther O. Rice, Stephen Brownell. 
Grimsby-S. Hurlburt, WeUington Jeffers. Stratford ami Pe
l-W. Dignam. C. Sylvester. 
JOHN RYERSON, Chairman. 
TORONTO DISTRICT. 
Toronto City West-Ephraim E,,"ans, S, D. Newmarket and Snake Island- "Tilliam Y Dung. 
Rice. Bradford-Ezra Adams, Alexander Campbell 
Toronto City East-John Carroll, Joseph E. ;\Iono-Cornelius Flnmerfelt . 
Ryerson, .\n50n Green, Geo. R. Sanderson, Kottawasaga and Colling,,"ood- 
Egerton Ryerson, D.D. I Schoogog-:\Jatthew Connor, 
Yonge Street-Lewis Warner, Gevrge Carr. Barrie-William Graham, Joseph Hill. 
Humber-John Buxter, W. S. Blackstock; J. Rama-Honce Dean. 
Cl1lham. St. Yincent- 
Toronto Circuit-Peter Ker, William Steer. Bro('k-C. W. l\I. Gilbert. 
James Wilson, 
L Holtby. Owen's Sound and Arthurs-James Hutcbinson, 
Oshawa-William Price, David Clappison. John Neelands. 
Markham-Robert Darlington, William Glass, Beausoliellsland and French :!iyer-WiHiam 
David Youmans, David Wright. Herkimer. 
HENRY 'VILKrNsoN, Chair.a.. 
COBOURG DISTRiCT. 


Cobourg
JonathanScott, Alex. )Icì\""ab, A.M., 
Hamilton Biggar, John Beatty. Je:;,se 
Hurlburt, A.M., T. Hannah, H. Trickey, 
Robert Robinson, i\;elson Brown. 
Colborne-Wm. ,Morton, Abraham Da}man.. 
Napanee-George Goollson, J. A. \\ illiams. 
Peterhorough-William McCullough, Jam.:!s C. 
Slater, l\loses Blackstock. 
HaUowell-:\sahei Hurlburt, Thos. Cleghorn, 
Gilbert Miller. 
Consecon-\\T m . McFadden, Charles Turver, 
Daniell\lc:\1 nllen. 
Belleville-John Gemley. 


Sidney-John Black, John C. Osborne. 
Port Hope-Charles La veil, S. S. K elles, A. D. 
Demorestville-N. F. EngJish. 
Norwood-George F. Playter. 
Bowmanville and l\Ianvers-'V. Haw, 'Vm. 
Coleman. 
.'Iarmora-Stephen 1\1 ifes. 
Sheffield-J ohn Sanderson. 
Lindsay-David Han!ie. 
Rice amI õ\lud Lakes-Robert Brooking, John 

unday. 
Aldervillc-William Case, William Ames. 
Shanilonville-Daniel Wright. 
RICHARD J O
ES, Chairman.. 
KINGSTON DISTRICT. 


Kingston East-Henry Lanton. 
Kingston 'Vest-Isaac B. Howard, H. :Byers. 
Waterloo-Cyrus R. Allison. 
'Viltoo-George Beynon, J anu
s Armstrong. 
Bath-Michael Fawcett. 
Ainh
rst Isle-Robert Lochheall. 
Gananoque-David Jennings. 
Elizabethtown-Ylichael Ba"der, William H. 
Poole, Wyatt Chamberlain. 


Brork\'ilIe-Conrad Vandusen. 
Pre;;cott-J I)seph Messmore. 
Augl\sfa-Jos
ph W. )lcCollum, Ezra Healy. 
Smith's Falls-William H. Williams, \Villiam 
Brown. 
:\Ierrickville--Vinrent B. HowarJ. 

ewboro'-Ah'a
 Adanls. 
Matilda-John Le\'er, William ;\IcGiII. 
Cornw..lIl-S. Huntingùon, Jonathan Loverin. 
THO:\L..S BEVITT, Chairman. 
BYTOW
 DISTRICT. 


Byto'wn-Edmund Shepherd, Wm. Andrews. 
Perth-Francis Coleman. 
Kemptvillt>-James Elliott. 
Hull-Isaac B. Aylsworth. 
Mississippi-James HU2'he!", William Pattyson. 
Richmond-Benjamin Nanke\'ill, F. Chapman. 
St. Andrews-D. B. :\laddt>n, D. :\lcDoweli. 
L'Orignal and Coteau Landing-Jos. Reynolds, 
Ce<>rge Case, Franklin Metcalf. 


I CJarendon-James Greener. 
Onslow-Era
tlls Hurlbllrt. 
Sherbrookt.'- \\' illiam Cotton. 
Buckingham-John Armstrong. 
Osgoode-CharIt's T;1!;
art. 
Gattineau-Gcorge Young. 
Bonchere-John Howes. 
Pembroke-Henry Sbaler. 
J .Ol.ll:s 101 us G no n:, Chai.rra..la. 



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CLERGY OF THE CANADIAN WESLEYAN METHODIST 
NEW CONNEXION CHURCH. 


J'y-uidC71t ofld General Supennte'ndent-REv. 
H. O. CROFTS, Toronto. . 
Ancaster-J. Caswell. 
Barnston-P. V. 'Vest. . 
Bolton and Potton-- L. p, Adams, R. :l!owen. 
Caledon-'V. Ramage, 
Cavan-J. Simpson. 
Cayuga-A. Armstrong. 
Crosby-J. C. 'Varren, T, need. 
Drummond-J. Histon. 
Dunham-B. Haigh, G. W. Stone. 
Elizabethtown-T. Pleston. 
Goulburne-J. Shilton. 
Hamilton-J. Brennan. 
Henrysburgh-F. Hunt. 
Lansdown-T. Rump. 
J.ÁJudon-W. Bothwell. 


Malahide-F. Weaver and E. Williams, J. 
Jackson. 
Nassagawaya-H. Wilkinson. 
Newcastle-N. C. Gowan. 
Owen Sound-H. Cbats. 
Prince Edwards-J. Hales afJd F. H.ynes. 
Howard- 
Stukely-F. E. Powers. 
Stanstead-H. BurseH. 
St. Thomas-J. Bell amI L. Olmst
ad. 
TOionto--T. T. Howard. 
Trafalgar-J. Glass. 
Waterford--J. Wilkinson. 
Welland Canal-Eo VannormeR atld C. Childs. 
Whitchurch-To Goldsmith. 
Western l\lission--J. Rice. 


CLERGY OF CONGREGA'rIONAL DENOIUINATION. 


Asphodel-T. Seawright, 
Belleville-J. Barris, 
Brantford-T. Baker, 
Bolton's Mills- - Wheeler 
Brock-N. McKinnon, 
Erockville- T. i\lachin, 
Bytown-J. T. Byrne, 
Caledon-S. King, 
Darlington-.J. Clemie, 
Drummondville-E. Ebbs, 
Esquesing-H. Denny 


Glanford-S. Finton, Paris and Burford-J. Vincent, 
Glengary-.J. McKilliken, St. Andrew's-T. Bayne, 
Georgetown-D. Powel; Simcoe-William Clarke, 
Guelph-- Brane, Southwold-J. Silcox, 
HamiIton- - Robinson, Stoufiville-L. Cribs, 
Kingston-K. M. Fenwick, Stratford-A. C. Geikie, 
London-J. Durrant, Port Stanley-Wm, Alworth, 
L'Orignal- - I\1cLeod, 1'orollto--J. Roaf, and A. LiUie, 
Oakland-William Kay, Vaughan-T.Hodgkin, 
Oro--A. Raymond, Whitby-To Snell 
Port Sarnia & l\Ioore-A.Geikie - G. G. Wickson. 



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CLE{{GY OF THE BAPTIST DE:'iOlUINATION. 


Ancaster-W. L. Bayley Crosby, South-So McEathron 
Aylmer-S. Baker Drummondville-A. Cleghorn ' 
Ayr-Heman Fitch Dundas-J. Clu1ton 
Barford-T_ Ide Eaton-A. Gillies 
Barnston-J. Green Esquesing-John Clark 
Beamsville-Geo Silver I Georgeville-E. 
litchell 
Beverly, c. w.-W. Porterfield G fi ld S W. Gonne 
Beverly, (Johns- S John Miller os e 
 N. French 
tOWII Dist) 
 P 
chofield Gosfield--G. Jacobs 
Bl I ' S Francis Pickle Gower, South-I>. McDonald 
en mm 
 W. C" Beordsall Haldimand S Wm:,. I:acy 
B tfi d S J. W wterbotham 
 D. ", alt 
ran or 
 J. H _ Carryer Hamiltoll S 
. Booker 
Breadalbane-Wm Frazer 
 r,. Brown 
Brighton-J Holman IIonghton-W, i\IcDelmand 
Brock-Hugh Reid Ingersoll-Isaac Elliot 
! R. Boyd Kemptville-J. Cooper 
Brockville \Vm, Dick Kingston--A. Lorimer, A. B. 
Robert Dick L k S Jas. Dick 
Bronte-J. Oakley anar 
 Ja
. Smith 
Burford-Joseph Painter Leeds-A, Stevens 
Calerlon-J. Campbell Lobo--Wm. Wilkinson 
Can borough-William Cook L d S N. }:astwood 
Carlton Place-L. Holcroft on on 
 James Inglis 
Cliatham-J. King Louth-S. H. Goss 
Clar(lnc
-John Edwards .McGilvray-D. A. Turace 
Cobour
-S. Tapscott Malahide-Geo. Wilson 
tJok,4eøtec-E. Highworden Markham-P. L. Da'fidsoll 


i\Iiddleton-D, W. Rowland 
{ J. M. Cramp 
III t I F. Bosworth, A.M:. 
on rea B. Davies, Ph. D. 
John GirdwOOll 
l\ïssouri-S, Yining 
Oakland-D. H. Babcroft 
Osgood-D. McPhail 
Osnabruck-J. 
mith 
Otterville-M W. Hopkins 
Paris-N Bosworth, F. R. S. 
Peterboro'-J. Gilmour 
Port Do\'er-A_ }IcLean 
Port Hope-J. Baird 
Potton, South-To Merriman 
Preston-James Sim 
Quebec-D. Marsh 
Queenston-D. CBrry 
Raleigh-Wm. Gorrie 
Rainham-J. Van Loon,junr. 
Rawdon-J. Butler 
Re3ch-W. Hurlburt 
Salldwich-Geo. Jacobs 
Scotland-W. Drummond 
Short Hills-D. \\Tay 
Sidney-Wm. Geary 
Simcoe-To Bailey 
Southwold- T. :Millt 




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.. 
 C h . S W. Hewson 
iX. at anneil 
 J. Anderson 

 John Miner 
St. George 
 Wm. Smith 
h S John Bray 
St. Tomas l R. Andrews 
Stonebridge-F. N. Jersey 
Thurlow-J. Bridges 


T t S R. A. Fr fe 
oron 0 
 W. Christian 
Townsend-S. McConnell 
Walpole-To Stillwdl 

 J. Howey 
Waterford A. Slaght 
G. J. Ryerse 
Whitby-J. .J\iarsh 


Whitby-J. Crellin 
Windham-Po Steinboff 
W d t k S W. H. Landon 
00 s oc 
 E. Topping 
Yarmouth-C, Stewart 
York Mil1s--J. Mitchell 
Zone l\lil1s-C, McDerman<1 
Zorra-J. S, Manning 


BANKS. 


BA
K OF .lUO
TREAL. 
Capital, .f:750,OOO. 
Prcsident- The Hon. Peter l\lcGill. Vice-President- Thomas B. A nÙer80J1. DIrectors- 
Hugh Allan, John Brooke, William Lunn, James Logan, John )lolson, William :\lolson, Jobn 
Redpath, Thomas Ryan, Harrison Stephens, John Try, John TOIrance. 
LIST OF OFFICERS.-Illontrcal-Alexandcr Simpson, Cashier; 'William Gunn, Assistant 
Cashier; J. F. Smith, Accountant; John Porteoas, Second Accountant; Robert Speirs. Third 
Accountant; Francis l\1. Holmes, First Teller; C. J. Brown, Second Teller; lJavid Scott, 
Third Teller; W. P. Street, Discount Clerk; T. Lee, FÍ1st Clerk; John Lloyd, Clerk; 
- Rurrage, Clerk; H. B. Picken, )'IesseI.ger; James Brennan, Porter. 
Quebec Branch.-James Dolton, Cashier; Henry Legge, ACl'ol1ntant; J l\Iic1dejohn, First 
Tf'lIer; - -, Second Teller; Philip Lisner, Discount CIPTk; W. Martin, )Iessenger. 
Tvronto Branch.-\\'illiam 'Wilson, Cashier; James Keiller, Accountant; John G H()f/Je, 
Tp.ller; W. G. Telfer, Discount Clerk; William Liddell, Clerk; George II. Wilson, Clerk. 
Brockville Agency-James St
ven"l)n, jun'r, Agent; R. H. Street, Clt>rk. Kings
on Ditto- 
Colin "]iller, Agent; JO!ln G. Adams, Accoun(ant; G.:;:\{ Yarwood, TeIIer; James Gray, 
Clelk; - Coxworthy, Clerk. Cobourg Ditto-C. H. Morgan, AgeJ.t; Charles )liller, Ac- 
count ant; A. C. Hammond, Clerk. llamilton Ditto-Hu!?:h t'::. Baker, Agent; Arch. Greer, 
Accountant; Arthur ,Macdonald, Teller. St. Catltal'ines Ditto-H. .J\]ittleberger, Agent; H. 
J. Hensleigh, Clerk. London Ditto-John Fra!er, Agent; W. W. Street, Accountant; J. 

cott, Clerk By tOll"1/, DiUo-Andrew Drummond, Agent; 
L Stevenson, Clerk. Pod Slfl.l,l"y 
nitto-Richard ::imith, Agent. S/, TIIO:MS f>/tlt-E. Ermatinger, Agent. lJellc'Dille-Quinten 
:L\lacnider, InCm A
ent; R. Richardson, cIerk. Cornwall lJitio- William )Iattice. Agent. 
l'ewboro' Ditto-R. 1\icholls, Agent. Porl Húpe Ditlo--R. N, 'Waddell, Agent. 
A:r
lllS in Gre",t Britaill,-l.olld(),
--:Hes
rs GIyn, Hallifax, )]iils & Co. Liverpo:J!-Bank of 
Liverpool. Edinbl(rgh-Brilish Linen Company and Branciles. 
.I1!!fnls ;n No,) t Scotia a'ltl "V,tV BrUllsloicl;; -Halifax-Bank of NOf'a Seolia. St. JoluJ.- 
Commercial Bank, New Brunswick. 
.'lgents in the U,tiled Slales.-S'etv-Yo1'1f.-D. S. Kennedy, l:sq, Boston-Samuel Henshaw 
& Son. 


BAXK OF UPPER CANADA, TORONTO. 
Capital, Æ500,OOO.-Incorporated 1821. 
BOARD OF DIRECToRs.-President--\Ym. Proudfoot. Vice-President-Hon. Christopher 
'Yidmer. Angus Bethune, Hon. William Cayley, I\l. P. P., T. C. Street, Francis :\1. Cayley, 
Jas. G. Chewett, Wm. t
 .mble, Samllel P. Jan'is, Thomas HelliwelI, Francis Boyd, JOSE:ph D. 
Hid()ut, ColonellL R. L ;ing, F. Holdsworth. Cashier-Thomas G. Hidout. DLs/.ount Day- 
\Vednesday. - 
OFFICES AND AGExcIEs.-ll.Iontl'l'al, Joseph \Venham; Bytou'n, Thomas J. Leggatt; 
I{ingston, \Villiam G. Iliuds; Port Hope, Elias P. Smith; l{iagara, Thomas McCoHuick; 
London, James Hamilton; Chatham, (;eo. Th.'mas; Godcrich, John )Icl>olJald ; Ba7'1'ie, John 
.J\Iobprly; L'ILippawa, James Macklem; Si.((ltfurd, John C. ,V. Daly. FOREIGN AGENTS.- 
Nell' York, Messrs. James G. King and ::ions; London, lolessrs. Glyn, Hallifax, Mills & Co.; 
.Messrs. Coutts & "0.; Jlessrs. Barclay, Be\'en, Tritton & Co. ; .Me!'srs. Herries, Farquhar & 
Co. &olland-British Linen Company Bank at Edinburgh, and all Üs branches. 


CO)I::\IERCL\.L BAXK OF rrHE 
IIDLAXD DISTRICT, KINGSTON. 
Capital, Æ500,OOO.-Incorporatcd, 1832. 
Prerident-Hon. John Hamilton. Vice-President-Hon. J. Macaulay. Directors.-Jobn 
F1'ßS\:r, Joseph Bruce, William Logie, lIon. John A. Macdonald, M.l'. P. ; John McP
 



94 


.Jam
s Nickalls, Douglass Prentiss. Cashier-Francis A. Harl,er. .Accoontant-W. F. ßl\rþe'1. 
Ttllcr-Christopher Edé. Boolc-keepe"-J. G. Harper. Discount Clerk-Joseph Rorke. 
.ßssistant-dli.-J. R.l\1onro. Clel'lc-R. Deacon, jr. Junior do.-A. McPherson. Solicilon- 
Macdonald & Campbell. Dis
ount Day-s-Mondays anù Thursdays. 
BRANCHES ,
ND AG
NCIES. Toronto.-Cashier--John Cameron. Accountant-Archibald 
Cameron. Teller-Andrew Drummond. Discount Clerk-\Vm. Pyper. A.sÛstant Book-keeper 
-James George. plessengel'-RobeJ't D. O'Brien. Sulicitors-Cameron, Brock and Bobinson. 
Discounts daily. lIIontreal-Charles S. Ross, Cashier; Chas, J. Campbell, Teller; John Noel, 
Accountant; 'V. Ross, Solicitor. Discounts daily. Hamilton-Henry McKmstry, Cashier; 
T. C. Simons, Teller; A. Roxb(]r
h, Messenger; Sir A, N. McNab & Harvey, Solicitors. 
Discounts daily. Cobourg-Reriford C. Robins, Agent; - Ruthven, Clerk; Solicitor, Don- 
ald Bethune. jr. Discounts daily. Brockville-Hon. James Morris, Agent; George Sherwood, 
Solicitor. Discounts daily. Bytou'n-J. S. Thomas, Agent; Augustus Keefel', Solicitor. 
Discounts daily. BelleL,ille-R. Finlay. Agent. Galt-Adam Ainslie, Agent. Holland Land- 
ing-Arthur .\lc:\laster, Agent. London-Charles l\1onsarrat, Agent. Oshawa-James Lai!"g, 
Agent, Picton-Da\'id Smith, Agent. St. Catharines- George Rykert, Agent. England- 
London Joint Stock Bank, London. Scotland-Commercial Bank of 
cotland, Edinb'Jrgh, ami 
all its branches ami agencies in Scotland; Clydesdale Bank, Glasgow, and offices. IrelaTld- 
Boyle, Low, Pim & Co., Dublin. New York-David S. Kennedy. At alll)fthe above, deposits 
can be ma
e by parties emigrating to Canada, or those who have frienrls residp.nt in Canada, for 
which letters of crf-dit will be issued, and which will be paKi with the highest rate of Exchange, 
at the Commercial Bank, Kingston, or any of its branches, offices, or agencies, on presentation. 


BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AJ\IERICA. 
Capital, S-l,OOO,OOO Stg-.-Incorpomted 1840. 
DIRECTORS -Henry Barnpwall, Sir Robert Campbell, Bt., Robert Carter, 'Vm. Chapman; 
'Vm R. Chapman, James John Cummins, James Dowie, Oliver Farrar, Alex_ Gillespie, junr., 
Sir A. P. Green, R. N., G. R. Robinson, George PEmberton.. Secretary--George De Bosco 
Attwood. III spector of Brundws,-Thoma'ô Patol}. 
BRAXCHEs.-Turonto-Lewis Moffiltt and Chas. Berczy, Local Directors; 'Yalter Gibson 
{"assels, l\lanager. (Discount Days-Tliesday's and Friday's, at 10 A. M.) Quebec-Robert 
('asse:s, Manager. .1Ilontreal-David Da\ idson, Manager. Kin
r
ton-Thos. Askew, J\lanager. 
Hamilton, --, Manager. Port Hope-David t'mart, Agent. Dundas-J. B. Ewart, 
Agent. Sault Ste. lIIarie-J. Ba1lilfen, Agpnt. Ha7ifa3-, N. S.--S. N. Binney, Manager. St. 
John, N. B., --, Manager. Prc1crickton, N. B.-Geo. Taylor, Manager. St. Juhn's, 
1,eufo!lTldluTlrl-.\. Milroy, IVlanager. London-C'OIlft of Pirectors. New York-Bell, 
l\!aclachlan & Ransom. 
GORE BA1\"K, IIAIUILTON. 
Incorpmated by Act of the Provinc
 ParliamC11t. 
Capital, .1:100,000. 
fh RF.CTORs-('olin C. Ferrie, John DJ.vidson; Hon'hle Adam Fergusson, James P. Gage, J. 
l'. Dickerman, Edward Jackson. Da...itl Thompson, James Gage, Richard 
lartin, Hiram Smith. 
President, Colin C. Ferrie; C{/.
hier, Anrlrew :-ite\en; Tcller, Uicbard P. ::;lreet; Book-Keeper, 
Francis Kennedy; Discount Clerk, "illiam Griifin; Clerk, \\ïlliam Henry Park. Discouut 
}Jays, Tucsday in each week. 
AGENTS-Simcotc', Duncan Camp
n; Woodstock, H, C. Barwick; Lond'on, Samuel Read; 
Gal[, Absalom :--hade; Guelph, Thomas Sandilands; 13rantford, John A. \\ ilkes & Sons; 
t. 
Thomas, Th
mas Hope; Chatham, ., itherspoon and ('harte1Ïs. Turonto--The Bank of Upper 
('anal! 1, and all its Ageuts in Canada, where the Gore Ban1: has no Agents. England, Londol!: 
Barclay, Be\'all, Tritton & Co, Coutts & Co, CUI ries & Co, Smi:h, Payne & Smiths. Li\erpool: 
The 
1.lnchester and Liverpool Bank, amI lIs branches. Scotland, Edinburgh: The Bank of 
Scotland and its branches. Glasgow: The Union B<\llk 'If Scotl,md and its branches. Ireland: 
The branches of the l'rovin
i..l .Balik of Ireland. Kew-York: John Warù & Co; Rochester 
 
The Roche
ter Uan1:. 


CITY :HAXK, OF l\10:x'.rREAI
. 
Capital, ,[300.000. 
BOARD OF DIREC"pons.-Pnwi(lent-John FlOlhingham. Vice-Preswent-D. P. Ross. 
\\ iiliam Lyman, \V T. \\' hit-ehead. Joseph Yallée, Jobn Dodds, L. N. NoHon, .Benjamin 
I3rc',,\'ster, \\' illiam Con nolly, Benjamin A nscll, Joseph Ross. 
OFFlCERs,-Cashier. C. H. Castle. .I1ccmmiant, F. Harris. Paying Teller, F. Brown. 
RrceÜ:ing Teller, W. Rt

rtson. Discount Cle1'/;;, \\'. 
l. Robertson. Assi.
tant Clerk, J. 
!lbbott, jun. Ditto, RoheJ1t Hunter. ,Messenger, J. .B. Routicr. Porter, Thomas Nagle. 
DUc01lnt Days
 Mondays autI ThllTsdays. Dividends J 1st J Ulle and 1st December. Ojfic. 
PLace D' Arm
a. - 



95 


LA BA
qUE DU PEUPLE. 
Capital .:f200,OOO. 
BOAIlD OF DIRECTOIlS.--L. M. Viger, Pre,
ident. Jacob De'Vitt, Vice President. John 
Oonegani, Pierre Beaubien, H. B. 
milh, Pierre JoJoin, Alexander S,lUvagean, T. Franchirc, 
J. Y. Allard, A. E. :\tontmarqnet. OFFICERS.-B. H. Lem')Í:1ø, Cashier; G.l)eltier, 
'1ccount- 
ant; J. L. Brault, Paying Teller; L. n. Lemoine, Receiving do; .J. S. .''Iorley, Diycollnt Clerk; 
J. 1\1. B0uiama, Clerk; E Mailhot, Clerk; 
. Lamontagne, J[essenger; R. Turner, Porter. 
Days of Disconnt-TI:esdays and Fridays. Dividends-1st. 
Iarch and 1st September. 
Office-29, St. Francuis Xavier-strt'et. _ 
This Bank observes all the holidays appointed by the Roman Catholic Church. 


HO
lE DIS'rRIC'I' 8..\ YI;:\GS' ßA
K, TORO:\,'I'O. 
Presitlent-\\TILUUl PROUDFOOT, Esquire, 
Directors.-Hon. George Crook:,hank, Hon, John '. :\tacaulay, Clarke Gamble, Esq. 
Agent-James Hendersoll.-OtIke, 1'\0.4, Duke Street, Toronto. 


· 3IOSTREAL CITY Al\'O D!
TRIC'r SAVIXGS' BA:XK. 
Patron-HIs LORDSHIP THE RO:\1AN C-\THOLIC BISHor' OF MONTREAL. 
William Workm.m, President,-Alf. La Rocque, ViC'CPresident,-John Collins, Actuary,- 
- Charlebois, Clerk. 
Dir'utoTs,-.John E. Mills. Jacob Dp \\' itt, Joseph Bourret, P. Beaubien, L. T. Drummond,. 
11. Judah, Francis Hincks, H, Mulholland, L. H. Holton, John Tully, Damase Masson, Joseph 
Grenier, Nelson Da\'is. 
Office -St. Frauçois Xa\'ier Street, open from 10 to 3, daily. N,B. Interest on all deposits,. 
5 per cent. 
· Observes all Holid.lYs appointed by the R'Jman Catldie Church, in addition to those kept 1. y 
other Banks. 


lUOXTREAL 
A VEXGS' ß
\lXK. 
S. Gerard, Presirlent,-J. Frothingham, Vice President.-F. L. Hoofsteller, Sec'y. & Treasurer. 
01ìì.ce -:\lontreal Bank, Great 
t. James Strcet.-3pen every ..:\Iond.lY al:ú Thur:;day from 10 
\02 o'clock. 


PROYJDEl'\T AXD SA VIXGS' BAN1\", l\IOXTrRE \L, 
Pre.>idcnt-William LUlln, Esq.; Vice Presidents, Esq., J. Redpath, and Hon. James Ferrier. 
_1';I'l'
fl!!in'j Direclors.-John Torrance. 'Villiam \Vatson, 'Vm. Dow, John .:.\latthewson. Robt_" 
Armour, Thomas Kay, James Scott, William )lurray, George Elder. John Eadie, Aetl1alY, 
.. H. Sherrocks, .Jas Cox, and Jam
s \latthewson, Accountants. 
Office, No.9, Great St. James Street,-<>pen daily from 10 t.} 3, and on !\looday and Saturday 
e\"Cnings trom 6 108. 


CA

DA CO:tUP ANY. 
IncorporJ.tpd by Act of Imperi,\l Parliament and Ruyal Charter, lS:W, 
Guuernur-Charles Flanks. Esq Df!jJdty GoVe1ïlOr-James i\lackl:lop, Esq 
Direc!ors-Robel't Biddulph. ::
ir J.:Ihn E.lsthope, Bart. )I.P., John Ea"lh.:lpe, John Fullerton,. 
Jame.:S Gooden, William T. Hibbert, I.'rallcis ll. .i\liLchell, l\1ar!in T. Scp1th, Alexander Stewart, 
\\ illiam \',Tit:,on. 
.8u Wors-- \\ïlI:am Gaussen, Thomas Poyncler, Kewman Smith. 
Office in Lon.\on-"anada House, St. Helen's Place, Bishop::gate street. 
('ommiysionel"s 1n Cancrrh lJ',nsl.-Toronto-Frederick \\'ilUer, Esq., Goderich- Thomas 
Mercer Jones, Esq. Cle,/í;.ç in Tv,'onto-.J ,Mc_-\.. Cameron, E. L. Cull, Donald 
lc1>onalu 
Thomas Collier. Clcd..y in Goderic/i--William Robertson, ChadeE Widder. ' 
AI')" inf')fmahon lC5pecting the Company's Lanù can be also ohtained from. Richard Birdsall,. 
Asphodel, (,'olborue 1>:slr1.:t; Dr. Alling, Guelph, Wellington Di.SLl'ict; and J. C. W. Daly, 

tra1ford. Huron District. 
The Canada Company have for sal
 about 800,000 acres in the Huron District, and <500,000- 
ucreb in blocks and scaltered lots in e,;el y township jo Canada \\'('51. 
The Canada CompdllY remit (rom Loudon to Callada any sum uf money by letters of creði' 
.pon th
ir Commissioners, and likewise transmit any er
m ot' money !rom Canada to au] lhUt 
pf I:':luOl)C, by letters. of cledit tapOal tae Directms. 



96 


LUNA TIC ASYLU
I, TORON'rO, 
ltfcdical Superintendent-Dr. Walter Telfer. 
Varden and Steward-R. Cronyn. Malt.on- 
Mrs. Cronyn. 


CORPORA'FIO
 OF crrv OF IUONTREAL. 


Acting Mayor-ALDER
IAN BOURRET.- 
ALDER
IEN : 
:5t. Lawrence Ward,. .Ferrier. St. Antoine Ward,.... Bourret. St. Le\,-is Ward,... Beaubien. 
East,........... .......... Perrin. Centre,........... ...... .Glennon. St. Anns, .......... . ..Tully. 
COUSCILLORS: 
East Ward,............Ouimet. 
West,..... ............. .Gibb, 
St. Lawrence,......... Larocq ue. 
East,. . . . . . . . . . . .' . Valois. 
St. Mary, ."...... Lynch. 
OFFICERS. 
John P Sexton, City Clerk; Edouard Demers, City Treasurer; James A. B. McGill, City 
Surveyor; Charles Glackmeyer, Assistant Clerk; Pierre Blanchet, Translator; George Har- 
ding, Assistant' Treasurer's Office; J. Perrigo, Insp. and Chief Eng., Fire Department; Capt. 
Thomas Wiley, Chief of Police; Hypolitt' Jeremy, Deputy Chief; John l\IcKerchey, Overseer 
of Roads; Joseph A. Bourdon, Clerk of Bonsecours .Mallæt; Oliver Loranger, Assistant do.; 
John Abbott, Clerk ('f St. Ann's :Market; Maurice F.ardly, Clerk of Hay Mmket: Antoine 
Schwartz, Ai;sislant do.; Pierre Rottot. Clelk of Papineau Market; Joseph Robillard, ]\'lIl!d 
J..eept'r, Clerk of Hay & Caule Market, Viger Equare; A. J. Joubert, Bailiff and Crier, Ma) 01"5 
Court; Thomas Somers, Messenger; Toussaint Peltier, Attorney; 'William Ross and D. E. 
Papineau, 1'\ otaries. 
'" The Mayor. John E. l\Jills, Esquire, died [
th NO\emLer, 1847. 


Centre '\Vard,..........Footner. 
Centre,..... ...... ..... ..De Bleury. 
St. James, .............Gorrie. 
St. Lewis,.. . . _ . . . . .We.rd, 
St. Anns, ......... . Dorwin. 


WestWard......... .Lyman. 
"rest,..... ...... ...... .Gugy. 
St. Mary,..........., .Sims. 
S. James,........ . Beaudry. 


Narcisse F. 'Be1leau, 
,Michael Connoly, 
James Dean, 
John Doran, 
.T ames Gillespie, 
Germain G'Iay, 


COCPORATIOi-i OF CITY OF QUEBEC. 
Mayor-GEORGE Ü'IÜLJ, STUART, Esquire. 
COl'NCILI.ORS. 
George Hall, 
Thomas W. Lloyd, 
John )[aguire, 
Daniel .i\lcGie, 
John l\lc Leod, 
William O'Brien, 
OFFICERS OF CORPORATION. 
F. X. Garneau, Clerk; Francis Austin, Treasurer; Joseph Hamel, Surveyor; Theophile 
Raillarge, Assistant 
urveyor; Augustin Gauthier, Collector; Bettheleui Lafleur, Inspector of 
Beaches; F. X. Julien, Messenger. Kotary-Charlt's Maxiune DE' Foy. Clerks of l\larkets- 
Upper Town Market, Thomas Atkins; Lower Town ditto, Dennis :t\Iurray; St. Paul's 
ditto, Aug. Gauthier. Inspector-NIcholas Wells. Overseer of Sweeping-Eugene Treudeau. 
Chief Constable of Police-H.. II. Russell. · 


I..ouis Plamondon, 
Edward Rousseau, 
Jo!'eph Robetaille, 
Jaques P. Rheaume, 
Jean Tourangeau, 
r. Tessier, and John \Vilson. 


CORPORATIO:V OF CITY OF TOROSTO. 
Mayor-'V:\I. HE
RY BOCLTO
, Esquire, 1\1. P. P. 
ALDER)IEN. COl\DION COU
CIL:\IE
. 
St. Da\'id's "'ard-"Hon. H. Sherwood. Dr. \Vorkman. "George IJlatt, W Davis. 
St. Patrick's do. ..'v. H. Boulton, G. T. Denison, Jr. "James Trotter, John Carr. 
St. Andrew's do. "J. H. Cameron, G. Duggan, l\I. P. P. .John Ritchey, Samuel 
haw. 
St. LawrencE'do. "'J. Beatty. Robel t Deatd. -Joshua G. Beard, Samuel Platt. 
St. George's do. -William Wakefidd, George Gurnett. ,. r. J. Preston, John Craig. 
St James' òo. -John Armstrong. John BelL "Thomas Storm, Alex. Hamilton. 
The Gentlemen marked t
l\s" retile fr?": the 
ou
cil on the ,filst i\lo
day in February, but 
may be elected to serve agam at the .:\lul1lclpall,lectlOn on the ::Second 1uefday in January. 
OFFICERS OF THE CORPORATION. 
Coroners, John King. 1\I.D" G. Duggan, Senr.; Clerk of Common Council, Charles Daly; 
Chamberlain Andrew T, McCord; High TIailiff, G. L. Allen; City Inspector, Thomas 
Garlick; CIÎrk of the 
larket, Richard Harrison ; Weigh 
laster, and Clerk of the FIsh Mar- 
ket, John Dempsey; Fire Inspector, Robert Alexander. 
T.ustees of Common School.s, City of To .onto,-His Worship the Mayor, ex officio, Messrs 
F. \V. Barron, Hon. John Elmsley, John Cameron, William Cawthra, J. G. BoweE', and Jobo 
.Mc}Iurrich. 





 
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CORPORA'I'ION O}<' CITY OP KINGS'I'ON. 


:Mayor-TlIo
IAS KmKI>ATRlCK, Esquire. 
ALDERMEN. CO.:\DIO N COl'1'\CILMEN. 
Sydenharn \\Tard-Thomas Kirkl'!ltrick, Joseph R. Hall. James \V. B.ent, 
amueJ Smyth. 
Ontario do. James Baker, Willidm Ford. Jun. Roben ChatJonhousp, James Linton. 
8t. Lawrence do. John Counter, Matthew Rourk. Roùert Allan, John Wiley. 
Cataraqui do. T. \V. Robinson, Jas. .:\Ieagher, Sen. Hobert Anglen, John Patterson. 
Frontenac do. John Flanigan, John Braden. John Harvey, John Cl'awlord. 
The )Iunicipal Election takes place on the second Tuesday in January of each year. 
OFFICERS OF THE CORPORATION 
Clerk. Michael Flanagan; Treasurer, William Anglin; Harbour ::\1aster, Walter McCannilf; 
Bailiff, Samuel Shaw; 
urveyor, William Jones; Clerk of :.'\larhet, hmes Noble; Inspector of 
Bread, Bernald Fitzpatrick; _-\ssistant do., James Dean; Inspector of Weights and Measures, 
JOhtl :Meagher; Inspector of Beef, Pork, &c., Oliver Mowat; Fire Inspector, John Cullen; 
Superintendant of Common Schools, Robert l\IcLean, Esq. 


CORPORATION OF CI'I'Y OF lIAIUIL'I'ON. 


Mayor-CoLIN C. FERRIE, Esquire. 
COUNCILLORS. 
St. George's W drd-S. B. Freeman, 
amuell\Iills. 

t. Patrick's do. II. R. O"Reilly, Daniel Kelly. 
St. Lawrence do. I\ehemi.lh Ford, Charles O. CounseH. 
S. Andrew's do. II. B. Willson. D. C. Cunn. 
St. )Iary's ùo. Coliu C. Fenie, Andre\-v 
liIler. 
OFFICERS OF THE CORFOIH.TIOS. 
Police 1\Iagigtrate, G. H. _\rmstrong; Clerk, C. H. Stokoe; Treasurer, John Brown; High 
&ilitf, S. Ryckman; ln
l}ector of Chimne)S, J. Thorn; CierI,;: of l\1ar.b..et, T. Branigan. 


CORPOR..l
j'IO:'J' OF rl'llE 
rO'VN OF NIAGARA. 


President-John Simpson, E1!<}. Boar.! of Folice-Thomas ::\IcCormi
k
 Alex. Daviðson,. 
Andrew Heron, Jun., Jame.;; Boulton. Clerk-I3aac H. Johnson. High Bailiff-Beaver 
Brown. 


CORPORATION OJ' THE 
I'OWN OF BROCKVILLE. 


President-George Cra'wford, Esq. B03.rd of Police-William B, Richards, James B. PoweIJ, 
David .Mail', William FitzsimmollJ:;. Clerk, W. n. l\1cClean. Slree
 Surveyor
. Richards. 
Righ Constable-Francis Gray. 


CORPORATION OF THE TO\VN OF COBOURG. 
President-Asa A. Burnham, Esq. Boar,l of Police-Andrew )1ilne, William Weller, 
Dr. TIeatty, Francis Burnet. Clerk-David BIDdie. 


conpORA
j'10N 01<' 
I'HE TO"\VN OF COHNW ALL. 
.ftfayor-George McDonald, Esq. 11. P. P. Councillors-East \Yard, Alexander McLean, 
Thomas Kennedy; Centre Ward, William Mathie, Samuel Hart, George .!.\lcDonald; 'Vest 
Ward, Donald l\lcDonelJ, A. Caldwell. 


CORPORA'rION OF 'l'HE 
OWN OF BRAl\'TFORD. 
lfIayor-\\'illiam Muil heòd, Esq. Councillors-King's \Vard, "\V ilJidm MUIrhead; Queen'a 
\\ard, Dr. Digby; Brant Ward, .James \\ilkes; NOlth Ward, J. \V. po
,vus; South Ward, 
William Walker; Laðt 'VallI. Joseph G,uduer; \Vest "ard, D. J.I..GJ1krson. Clerk-John 
n. McDooald. l'reaSU1'er- \ \' illiam \ \ alker. 


& There are se\'eral other IncorpOlated Towns in the Pro\'Înce, ùut the returns from them 
were 1I0t JLC . d. Some W
le incorporatEd last 
ession of Parliament-such as London, 
:Dul\.da!, FY'O\H'. &
. 



99 


Average lUarket Prices fa"om 18-tO to 1847 



 
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2 Û 21 6 
Oatmeal, per barrel, 196 lbs. .. . . . .?l 4 ,16 3 0 0 121 3 2ù () I 0 () 0 0 
Wheat, per bushel, 60 lbs........ 4 1 '3 2 I 3 1 I 4 0 3 IJ2 3 9 4 g 
Rye; per bushel, 56 Ibs........... 2 10 3 4 2 9 0 0 1 IO
 0 () 0 0, 
Barley, per bushel,4Rlbs......... 2 2 1 2 0 1 2 3 1 0 0 1 1O
 2 6 0 0 
Oats, per bushel, 34 lbs....... ... 1 4!
 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 3 1 1 3 0 0 
Peas, per bushel, 60 lbs. . . .. . . . . . I 2 3 I 1 9 2 1 2 0 1 101,\!, 2 3 0 0 
Beef, perIOD Ibs...............,18 0 ' 11 3 ,16 0 17 6 ,17 6 '20 0 21 2 
Pork,rerIOOlbs................193 12 (j 118 9 :;W 0 \ 17 (j 200 00 
Mutton,perlb..................O SI.... 0 31 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 3;200 
I ,- /- 4 1 0 - 
Lard, per lb. . .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . .. .. () 5 I 0 41
, 0 0 4 () 4 
 
 0 0 

utte!, perlb,..................; 0 7J
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 0 6, 0 7)f;. 
'I urkles, each.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 3 1 <:: 11 2 6 _ 0 1 2 (j 2 () 0 0 
Geese, each. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 10 1 6 '1 6 1 3 1 3 1 6 0 0 
Fowls, per coupJe.. ........ ..... 1 8 1 R 1 7 1 3 ] 0 ] 3 0 0 
Ducks, per couple ...'... ...... 1 1 11 2 0 0 0 1 3 I ] 0 2 () 0 0 
Chickens, per couple, . . . _ . . _ . .. I 1 2 1 3 1 3 I 1 0 0] 0 IOU 0 
Eggs, per dozen. . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . 0 7 I 0 4 0 412" 0 4 I 0 4 () 5 0 6J.6 
Potatoes, per bushel. . . . . . . . . . .. "1 1 9 2 0 1 I 4 I 1 0 1 3 1 3 0 0 
Hay, per ton.... ....... .... . . . 47. () 3;) 0 48 0 ,)0 0 30 0 0 0 0 0 
Straw,perton...................126 3 0 0 10 0 ]5 0 110 0 1 15 0 0 0 
Timothy, per bushel, 60 lbs..... _ . 1 4 6 4 0 1 5 0 Õ 0 1 5 0 -1 () 0 0 
Veal, per lb. ....... ... '" '.. 0 3 1 0 3 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 3 0 0 


COR R ECTIONS. 
PAGE 2 -Tahle of Semi-diurnal Arcs, column of Dec1., fourth line from the bottom, for 
2 read 23. 
" 7.-For Sir T. I-Iarris. read Sir W. Snow Han-is. 
B.-The dRsh or npgative sign. indicating de
rees below zero of Fahrenheit, has been. 
misplaced: insert it before 1 0 .9 and 1
0 .4. 
" 10.-Thesame: insert the.negative sign before 4 0 .7 and 17 0 .1. 
" 12.-Lowest Temperafure In Lower Canada, for 90 read -9.0; dele the dash over d
r088 
of Thermometer, from January to May inclusive. 


PUBLISHERS' NOTICE. 


T HE PUBLISHERS of thf' Canadinn Almnnac JolT 18t
, bpg' !eavc t() tpnòl:'l' their re!lpt'otfw 
acknowledgments to thO!'e Gpnllempn whl) havp ,.uppIit'd Ib"m widl informar.ion for its pages_ 
The quantity of m.uter rolll:'cleilllir exc,'pdert wlmt 1'0111,. he romprizt'd w!,hill 'he limils aSiligned 
tor the work; but, in ordpr to Rvoid. a
 far 8'1 ro

ibl
. t:lp exclu:!i,m of Rnv pUI'Ii'JI) that Wdll deemed 
to be of f'!!lential importancp. thp A!mamw ha'! hpp/) clIIHiderdhly enlarged, without any corrp:opond- 
ing inCI'ease in pricp. Thp Publi"hpl's tl'll>t that Ill, . Gl:'nllemf'f1 to whom Ihpy an
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contributions, which do not. uppl:'ar in the ragp!! of th.. AlmandC for HP8, will, undpr the circum. 
stances, excuse the oml.'sion. 
The Publisher!! of thp Cflna 'ian Almanac rpsp(>rtfl1l1y !!o
icit cnnl:-ibn'ior.
 f,lr ] 849, not only from 
",II parIs of the Proviocp of Can,.c!a, 110 
lIhjo'",s of l"l'al inll.rest, in R c.II,c/pn'òl:'rt fOI m, Fllitable for 
such a puhlirRtiuTI, but a1..0 frum th", !'iMpr l'rovincps. Tht'v arp anxio'I'i to ..pnòp,' thp work 8S t'1I:- 
teno;ivelv u
eful a.. po
siblp, ROc! applicablp to till" "" holp of Brilis
1 i\'onh Amp..i,'a. ThE'Y f'xpected 
to havp ht'pn al-,Ip tn fllrni..h in 11... I' p
' 'nt vohlm p , 
omt. l!'pnpral inf
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of New Bruoswick, l'\nvR. Scotia, Princ.. r:.-j "" arc!, 110.1 N,'wf lundlot.ui. 10", w....>'1 rli
'\ppointpcl in "1"- 
f"eiving the returns they had applipc! f',r, w:th th
 exc'Pllti')fI ..f nn.' frolll No>w B,'un"wick. Th"y 
invite contribu1ur.. to !;lend f"rwRrd th,'ir favor'i n.. pRrlv R
 [>1)'1;1;1-,10>. in 0' del' 10 Rffurd th.. ('umf.'ilertl 
ample time tl) cllllate tf]p malena.I'! f"r I h.. rmwrlinn Ãl1JL r lJ/rlr .for IS 1!1, As n e:pnprRI rule, liS far 
Itl mRY be con..isteot Yo ith thp arlll.f1!!'emf'nt of th.. wI,r'., "'IIIU ibduon.. \\'111 havt'! I'I('c(.dencp, I1cooniing 
to the order of rta'e in whi('tl '''t-y H".' ,'preivüil II)' Ih", P"bfi.I,..,... . 

COBIF. & IL\LFOrR, P1lblÙ1h
. 


BRITISH Cor.ON/!iT OFFice, TORf1XTn, Sor., 1847. 



INDEX. 


PAGE. PAQB. 
Adjn1ant-General's Department. . . . . .. . .. 73 Knox'" Colh'ge. . . . . . . .. . .... ... . . .. . .. 84 
Appeal Conrt, C. W. . . . .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . .. 76 Legislative Assembly. . . ... .... . . ...... 34 
- ClJurt, C. E. .................... 78 -- Conncil... ..........'....... 33 
Army l\f edical Stafr. . . .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . .. 73 Lockup Houses Act. . . . .. .. . .. .. . . . . ... 67 
Astronomic-al Notices, &c. . . . .. . . ., .. . . . 9 Lunatic Ass),lum...................... 96 
BaptistClergy.........................92 McGill College.............. .........84 
- (Canada) College. . . .. . . .. . . . ... 85 Magnetical Obsen-atory . .. .. .. .. .. . .... 75 
Bankrupt Court, C. B......... ......... 79 .:\lap of C.1nada-to face................ 3 
Ranks................................ 93 1\1arriage Þ
ctof U.C................... 54 
Barrac k Masters. . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 7.:1 Mars (III uminated disc of), . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 
Board of Education, C. ,V. . . . . . .. .. . . ... 7::1 Master and 
(,f\'ant Act, U. C .. . .. " ... 59 
Brant ford Corporation. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. 98 
lete()rollJgical Tables.................. 8 
BrockvilleCorporation ................ 98 
1ilitidDepartment ................,...:U 
Calendar (Explanation of).............. () :\lontreal Corporation................... 96 
Canada Compa ny. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. 95 :\Iooll's Phases, &c. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 
Canadian W 
sleyan Methodist Clergy. . .. 92 \1Rrkets...................... __ __ . . .. 99 
Canals (Pronnclal).................... 69 Nf'ptune (the Planet).............. ..... 68 
Chancery (Court of) ................... 76 Xiagara Corporation................... 98 
ChronologicalCydes................... 3 Noon (Apparent)................. ..... 9 
Church or England Clergy.............. 85 Kormal 
chooI.....,................... 80 
- of Scotland in Canada. . .. . . . . ... 87 Ordnance Department. . . .. .. .. . ... .. ... 74 
Circuit Courts, C. \V. . . . .... .. . . .. .. ... Z6 1 Planets (The) .... ....... . ... .......... 9 
--Courts, C. E. .................. ,8 Poetry of the :\lonth'J.................... 8 
Civil List of Canada............ ... .... 71 Population of Callada " . ............... 52 
Civil Secretary's 
}Jfìce................. 3:? I Post Offic.e Department.................. 33 
Cobourg CorporatIOn ..........,....... 98 1 Presbytenan L hurch of Canada.... . .. . 88 
Comet (The) ....................... _, û Prol-oate (Court of) . . . . . . .. ........... 78 
Commander of the Forces....,......... 73: Public Works (Department of).......... 32 
Commissariat Department............ ... 73 I Quarter :\laster General's Department.... 73 
Commissioners Courts, C. E,. .......... 79 I Quarter St'
sions. C. \V. ......... ....... 78 
CommonScnools Depaltment(U.r.) ....79 1 - - C.E............,.....79 
------- (L. C.) .... 82 , Quebec Corporation................. .... 96 
Compass (Variation of the) ....,....... 7 Queen's Bench CommissilJners.. . ........ 79 
Congregational 
lergy :................. 92 J Queen's Bench, (Court of) C. \V........ 76 
1heologlcallnshtute .....8.,1 - - - C.E...........78 
Copyright Act. . . .. . . . . .. ... ......... 48 Qneen's CoJlf'ge .. . ., ... ... .. ., . . . . .... 83 
Cornwall Corporation, . . . .... . ... . . . . " 98 Recei\'f'r General's Department..... .. ... 32 
Crown Lands Department. . . . .. . . . . . . .. 32 Hegi
tra's (Provincial) Office........ .. ... 32 
- (La w Officers of) .. ., . . . . . . . . . .. 33 Re.giments in Canaùa..... . ..... .. , . .. ... 75 
-Office........,..........,....... 76 Re\.enueofCanada............. .......55 
Currency (ProviF1cial)....... .........,. 49 Re\'enup, Inspectors.................... 71 
Customs Department,... ..............70 Re\'enlles (Löcal)C.W................. 60 
--- Law-..... .......-..........35 Roman Catholic Clergy................ 89 
Debt and LiaLililies of Canada.. . . . . . ... 62 Sat urn's Ring,. .. .. . . . ... . .. .. . . . .. .. . 9 
District Court Siltings and Terms. . . . . . .. 78 :,aving's Banks. , .. . . . , . .. .. . . .. . ...... 85 
- Officprs, U.C. , . .. . . .. .. . .... '" 7ì Se!lsons, (Beginning and length of)... .... 5 
- Superintendents of Schools ...... 80 Secretary's (Provincial) Department..... 32 
DutIes collected at different Ports....,... 67 
emi-Diurnal Arcs, (Table of).......... 2 
-(TabJeof) ........,........... 44 Signs of the Zodiac ..................... 8 
Eclipses ............................. 3 
'wrisf', SunsI"t and Declination... .. .. . .. 9 
Epochs .,............................ 3 Tarf's allowed by Customs.............. 52 
Engineer (Royal) Department.. ......... 7.1 I Toronto Academy.,.._.................. 84 
Exchar
ge..... ........................49 !orolitoCorporatl,on ..................96 
Execulive ('ouncil ..'.................. 32 ] oronln, (Popul.J.hon of)................ 97 
Executive Government. .. . . .. . . . . . . . . .. 32 Towns and Yillages Act, U. C. .... . ..... 60 
Expenditure of Canada. . . . . . . .. .,. .., 57 Trinity BlJard ......................... 7I 
Feasts (:\lonable) ..................... 3 Trustees of Common Schools, Toronto.... 9
 
Hamilton Corporation. . . . . . .. . . . . ...... 98 Twilight ............................. 9 
ImmiO'ration Returns..........,........ 53 United Presbyterian Church in Cannda... 89 
Imports and Exports. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 63 -- Theolt1gical Institute. . . . . ., .. 85 
Indian D"partment. . . . . . . .. ........... 33 I Upper ('anada College .................. 83 
_ Returns.. ..... ................ 53 1 Useful (.\) Table..., '" ....... -....... 62 
Inspector Gene
81's Der
artmf'nt .... ..... 32 ':
IJIIS: O.liuminated disc of)............ 5 
Jupiter's Satellites (Eclipses of) . . . . . . . . . 9 '\ IctOl'Ja College.. , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 84 
King's CoJlege .......... . .... . .. . . . . . .. 83 \ Weights and Measyres. . . . . . .. ... . . '" .. 50 
King$ton CorporatIOn.. . . . .. . . . , . . . . . .. 98 Weileyan Methodist Clergy.... . .. ...... gO 



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ANGrS DALLAS, No. 30, Kin
-Strcct, Toronto, 
M AKER and ImplJlter of \\'illo.v CrHrlle
. Wn
g()n!!. Chair.. an,l BLI!\kt't>!. Tub!!, Pilil. 
Churns; B:-oom
. Bruo!hps, Mats, Twine, COIl19,!:", Si()ve
, and lti.Jdlt!s. Uird Cnge., &c. &e: 
AI.n. in e-r,'R' v.triply_ .hir B"II.hp_. G"mh
 11",1 T'I\'" 


J 0 S I A S n RAY, 
LAND, HOU3E, AND GENER,U COMMISSION AGENT, NOTARY PUBLIC, AND CONVE YANCER 
Also Agent (or the N, y. Wao!hillgton Co, i\lulllnl InSlJrll.nre Company. Allen & Co.'., Canuda 
anct New York Exprpqs. &c_ &c &c. 
Mr. B. attend>! to evpry descri"tinn of Lllnti UusinPlIs; Co!lpcr!l. Rent!!, Norell, an
 Acrð\mt... 
J'UTcha.es nnd 
ell!! all kinds of Prnducc, &c. 8"rllrps I'pn..inn8 and other p"}mpnts; also Paten; 
De
dtJ from Government; Bonk and other Slocks bought and sold. 
FOR SA LE, 
A large numbpr of Clear"rl Farm!l, Rnd upwnr,h of 10').001) nCres of Wild I.and!!, situnted ill 
altnOit every part ofCllnadli; a1lio Builr\ing L,"
, HOII..e.., &c, &c., 011 very I'llsy tprm.. 
H.HtlT.T,)N. C, \V. 


P }l I N 'f I N G , 
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NEATLY AND EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED BY 
SCOBIE & BALFOUR, 16, KING-STREET EAST, TOROXTO, C.'V. 
Book.., PamphlPt"l Luw ß:al1k.., Circular". Carò;:, Bill He'IlI.., 
()tict'", Hills, &c., l'rintf'd in the 
mOAt lIuprriur slyJ", at nr, clel al.. rl'i('es. 
Upetls (new nnd "let Form) :\1ungH!!es. Apprpnlirp 1"r1pl1tllr"". ßIRnk SlIlT'mnn"p", T"!I, Cu flll.. 
Ca Re!!l, Chllnct'ry \Varrants, Spt:cial Uail Pit'cPs, C"
l1ovitii, Subpæna;a, Bnnkrll['trv AlJi-Ia\"i:!!, ar.tt 
La'" Blank. of tlvery dt'scriplion ofthe mo.t approved flllms, kept on hanrl and fur føltl. 



THE COLONIAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. 
, 
nCß'is
('re{i 
nul JEm;i'o,vc:2."cd 1I1u('er Af't of PaD.'liamcnt. 


.0 0 V ERN 0 R : 
The Light Ron. the EA":;:' OF ELGIN' AND KINCARDINE, Governor General of Canada. 


EDINBURGH-I, Ge01'ge-St.; Lo:
mox-4, A. Lothlm1'y; GJ,Awow-3
, St. Vincent Place. 


CANAD t_ 

T
"-BI"JISI-IMEX'.r. 
Ib rl OjjL , ....11>1 In 71-19, Gl It St. James Street. 
THF. HO
. Pr.T
 1c.GILL. Prp",up-. of 111P :3llnk flf Vlllntrl'Rl, Cl'fJirman. 
)).\ V[() D \ VIDSUS. 
C1., .\:-in,lg-er nf II Ihnk of Bnli
h North Arr.prica. 
ALl X \NDF'L.' 
Lvll'
O . I:-q.. Cd' J r "f l:IP lionk of Montreal. 
HI';\V RA.\tISAY, E-fJ.. (If 1.1" F. 'm of Armour &. Ram
IlY, 
í'HR!:-\TUI'HI:H. IHJ
KI . r."C).. AcI"ol'atP.. THJ: HOl'\. Jl'"STICF. l\,TcCORO. 
THE HU
. W. B. ROBIN'
. )N. Ch,pf C(lm,.,i
, ionpr of th", Boa,'d of Works. 
L"f(al Adl,iser-J'lhn Ro
p. F.
q., Adv"l'atp. .";IedlNtl Adviser--Gpc'. 'V. Camphpll, E!lq;, M.D. 
Mann!fet---A. Davidson l'aI'iH'r, L
q. 


.. 


TOROSTO BRANCH.-Office, 4-, Duke Strect. 
n01RD OF MAN1GEDE
T, 
Tnr. BOX. n. n. SULLIV AX. Q. C, Chairman. 
W. PROUDFOOT. E
q.. Pn""i.-!pnt IIf th" Bonk of l'pppr CanadA. 
JAMT:S BROWi"E. f.:"q.. Wh'lrfin
pr. . 
ALEX' 1\1l'RR"-Y, T:
q., or thp Firm of MoÍJdtt;a, Murray & Co. 
T. D. H.\H.HIS, r.
fJ" }Iell
hant. 
SoZ;ritors-Yle
!'r
. Cr"ol,
 & Smilh, narri
tprll. ],[edical Advi.Ytr-Edw. Hodder, E'q., M.D. 

Kent and Secretary to t ,p Boord-JHnw" Hender
on, E-r!. 
qUEBEC BRAXCH.-30ard of :JIana;;ement. 
THT: Hd
. WfLLI\M \VAI.KF:R, Pr a 5...-!p"l of tlw Board nf hade, Clwirman. 
.TAMF:S DEAN, F.
q. of the Firm nf Dp"n L Co. 
CHARLES LA;\'GEVIN, E
q.. of Ihp Firm of Mallllon, J.nngpvin & Co. 
AIÆX: GILLESPIE. .Tr., E
lJ', of the Firm of Gillp
ri('. Grepnshipld., 
 Co. 
JOHN TUO.\]
O;'.l. E
'l' 
Solicitor-Thl' Hon. F. W. f'rimroilp, AdvnC'lIP. ]lfedical Adl'iser-Jamps DougIR'I, Esq., !\I.O. 
.Agent and Secretary to 'h" J:onrd-Wllliam BenoNt, E-fJ. 
AGENCIES. 


I!gmts. 
BE;LLEYIT,LF.--John RI)"s, Esq,. Parrister. 
HROCKVILLE.-John Hhyna.., E
fJ: 
BVTOWN.-J. B. 
ewj
, E
fJ" RHrri
tpr. 
CORNWALL.--}1p

rs..I. F. N J. D. 1', ingJp, Barri'itPrl'. 
GUJn.PH.--\VITl. HpWI\t, E
q., T.."a;allrpr of II]E' Oistril'l. 
HAI\IILTOf'.-Thomos f{amsay. Eoq: 
LONr)(,
.-Charlpq 1\Ionl'Rrrlt, F
C]. 
I'ERTH.--John l\lal'drm'lJr!, E:!'C]., C.P. 
ST. CATHEP.tNES.--Gporr" Ryt-.Plt. E
q. 


lðedicnl .f1dviser.</. 
Rufu'l HoMpl1. El'q., M.O. 
Thorno" F. ;\1l'Queen, Ellq., M.D. 
Er!wanl V. Cortlandt. J

fJ', M.D. 
RndpJ'jck McDoJ/lald, ESfJ., 1\1.0. 
Willmm Clnrkp. E
C)., M.D. 
\\:illiam Craigip, E
C)., M. D. 
A!pxanrtpr A"dPI son, E
C)., M. O. 
Jarnp!l \\ il
on, F.'1fJ.. M.D. 
Augu
tlls Corson, 
:;q.. M. D. 


THE COLO
I'\L LIFF: A
SrR.\l'H':F CO I1PANY ofL'rs to per!.'on" dpsirCJus to efree 
A!'!'uran('p.., tllp follm\if' \nVA
TAGI<S:-- 
J. The sect/rifl/ (If (t III ,'il cd ('
jJ /rJl n,f ;(WO (
n Ç,:trrl'II";. 
11. Moderar,. R 'e," ,
r P'fl'lIli wl'h m "
m ..1.. p"y hi .1- .m:), half-yparJy, or C]uartprly; 
or it i!! cplion81 \\ i!h Ilu' rIJr1v " ,-,Jrin , tn r'l
 HALF o[ Ihp l'rpmillm f,r Ihp fir
t fì
p or !leven ypars, 
thE' rprnRinin
 hHU: , j'h int"'- It} rl'fnllin 8" R deht "n !hp. J'"licy. anr! tl) bp. pdJd olf whpn con- 
.-e"ip.nt, or if not rrpvioll
 y rli
, IJar:!....!. 10 he rlf'dllr,,'d Ht S .n:rme'lt of the claim. 
III. Lih-rrrl. (I1'rnn!;rml'llt.., ((s rr!!;'Zrds RI'"i ''''Ire lrr1d Tfll1Jr 1 lin!{--IIJP AS
lIred being at Iibprty to 
rail" hPI'\'ixt any 'l;ol'lh r\mpril'!t'1 "ort Rnd any I':nroppan P,lrl, Rt "II timp." without extra charge. 
IV. Prompt cli.'lrtl('l. it! till' d;,., inS I of /l11.,iJle.
8-11j(" B..Rrd ot Din.(.tors ill CanRda being Invpsted 
wilh 1'1111 row.'r
 to i..'1'1" P"IiC:11'1I wilhOlI! ('on 1TIllnil'"ri 1
 wilh !hp PJ.rpnl Board. 
Thp í'''P'!oi

 i11"a
-øtn"'nt
 
Ï\'P t., th.. Cn""H'Il f111 tit... fac;htic's which Crtn hp prpspnted by R 
J
"("il r !TIjllJI1\', (''''nlt ,.rJ wilh Iho> IJ'lrlJlionala,h HlI n atf.'r,'f'cI 'y the lung rral'tic!ll experience 
of Ih.. nir"l'lnr
 In (jr at Bril I in \ . wm\1I "r "imllar]n li!UliulI
. 
1 h. I'Jtf\"P
,('TI''' "r,h o CnrnpRn" ('
"''\.nir . t
'" ra ,I'll 1(lltion
, &ë.. t,,"'pther with p\'pry othE'r 
1tJf"rtn"li"n rp rll..t'n
 Lit',. \11' Ir
";'p I A. . IT h.' "I.tainpr! hy aoplic'l.tion at allY of the 
()11ìr".. (.1 I h.. ('ompRO\. J{
 orcl
.. IIf Dirp('lor". 
A. DA VIDsnN PARKER, Manager for ('a'(1.ada. 
(1I:-
J
r- .
, r. ',:," .. ø-'f'''iI S"r,,('t. ]9JontrpR.1. 



MONTREAL LAND AND GENERAL AGENCY. 
JOHN COCHR.A.NE 
LAND ,
ND GE
ER1lL AGEì1 r. 11
a STOCK BROKER FO:
 fPPZr. 
ND LO
'ýElt CÅ
AD1t 
OFFICE-No. 17, Gr
al s
. ,'1aJ::!c" Street, 1lt..:Io..t tlac Post Of ice,lUoutrcal. 


References are permitted to-The Pon G. l\Iufl:ttl ()Ics
rs. Gillespie, :\foffd.tl &; Co.), the Hon. 
A.N. )[orin M.P.P.; the Hon. .Y. B. Robinson, l\LP.P.; ;\Iulcolrn C,uncron, Esq., 
I.P.P.; 
Jos. \Veuham, Esq., (Bduk of Upper Canada) ; The Hon. F. Hincl
s ; F. Heward, Esq., 
(Messrs. 'l'horne &, Heward); TlJOs. Ure, E"q, p[essrs. )Ioore, Ure &- Co.) ; w. C. 
l\leredith, E:öq., Q.C. - - 
l\;TR. COCHRANE continues to attend to instructions from parties having business to 
JJJ. transact with the Crown Lands Department, or .my of the public or priv,Lte offices in 
Montreal-to forward the claims of the U. E. LJ!jalists, and of pdfties claiming under tho 
"IIeir and Devisee Act"-to llraw Deeds or Scrip 10r Soldiers or ,Militiamen-to collect rents 
-to receiv<1 Pensions and other payments from GOJ;CTllmellt-to sell or purchase Property of 
every description :-Also, Bank Stuck, Land Scrip, Shares in l'tlining aud all other Companies 
-to assist in effecting Loans by way of mortga
e or otherwise, and in obtaining Investments, 
&c. Having several active aud trustworthy Agents, for whose integrity he holds himself 
answerable, Mr. Cochrane can, with every confidence, ofièr his service
 to parties owning 
Property in Canada, and residing out of the Province; and is prepared to undertake the 
management of 'Vild or Cleared Lands, situated in any part of Canada, to value them, or 
report upun them-to collent rents, make sales, or otherwi8e dispose of them under power of 
Attorney. 
N.B.-A number of CLEARED FAR1'IS, and several Thousand .\cres of LAND in 
Canada East and 'Vest-BUILDPlG 
OTS, HOUSE::;, &c., &c., for sale, on very easy 
terms, !ists of which can alwdYs be obtained 011 application, 
In l\1I:SING AND B.1:SK STO'::K5, Mr. C. will continue to pUdlish a List of Current Prices, in 
Lime for every mail to England. 
Letters, which in all caSCi must be post-paid, may be addres5ed in either English, French, 
or German, and will be proll/ptly .1lbnded to. 


THE CANAD,A. LIFE ASSURANCE CO}.!P ANY. 
E5f ABLlSHED 21:;'r AUGUST. 1347. 


For the threefùld purpo;;e of making the kno"lerlge aud practice of Life As;mrance, in its various 
brancheb, general amongst all cldss
s in British ::\'orth America-of affording to all residents therein 
the opportunity of availing them"elves of tbese iU1pOltant benefits, at the lowest cost compatible 
with salety; and 01 retainin
 "ithin thi:> Province tbe uccumulations thu:> made, to the equal benefit 
of our country and tbe aÞsur
d. 
CAPITAL, f:50,OOO. 
BOARD OF Duu:cToRs.-HVGH C. BAKER, President. JOHN T. BRONDGEEST, Vice-President. 
The HOD. Geo. :So Boulton. I John Oavidson. I Richard O. Duggan. 
The Hon. Adam Fergusson. Daniel C. Gunn. John O. Hatt. 
.Archibald Kerr. 
amuel Kerr. William P. McLareH, 
Sir Allan K. .Macnab, Knight, I Nehemiah Merdtt, I Miles O'Reilly, 
James O;;borne, Rich.nd P. Street. George 
. Tiffany. 
E. C
rtwright Thomas. John WetenhalJ. John Young. 
Bankers-TheBank of Montreal. I Sccretary-1 homas Minchin Simons. 
OFFICES-Hr]GHSO
 STHEET, HA
lILTON. 
The Board meet weekly, on 'I uesrlay
, four o'clock, p. m.-Toblt's of Rates, Prospectl1ses, and allY 
furtber information, Cal. Le obtained by application to the Secretory, or to any of the local agents. 


THOMAS NOAKES BEST, 
AUCTIONEER, APPRAISER, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, 
JAMES Sf REEf, HAMILTOi\, C. W. 
Out .\uctions attended. 


J. ROBINSON, 
Importer of Englisb, French, and American PAPER HAl'iG[NGS; Manufacturer of PICTURE 
FRAMES and LOOKlt'G GLASSES. WI
DO\V CORNICES, and RUOM BORDERING; 
HOUSE, SIGN, AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, 
No.5, Macnab's Buildingl3, Opposite tbe MdI'ket, JAMES STREET, HA
IILTON. 


PRESS'S CITY HOTEL, 
HAM.ILTO
, CANADA WESr. 



THE BRITISH COLONIST, 
à Semi-\Veekly Newspaper, published at Toronto, Upper Canada, 
I ny SCOBIE & BALFOUR, 
ADELAIDE BUILDI.NGS, KING STREET, 
On TCE5DAT 
nd FRIDAY 
loHNI
GS, in I'H('h wl'..k. An,1 transmitted by the earlielt mail., or etller 
I 'yu HI d)) per annum, 
(lp th 0" u. t Country Subncnbl'TS 
rr"HE ral
s or 1
r!verti"l1 Ó are 4d r II r( fir'" 1II:J..ru D and Id per It ð 

 qllent In,wr(Jun. 
Suh"c:riptinn!l and Adverti"emp.nts are payable in advance; and let:ers to the Ed n 
C1I:JPR, I,e p""1.,,,,i,1 
1'h... Britiah CO'01lÏat, 1la\lin
 f'nj,,}"pd the con'i.)t>nce or thO' Can Id 'in for the past ten Y" , 
whitt> each Ilay ad.l" tt) IhH m'iny Pl'. 'Or, alrl'lIdy hpld or il" inn IPncp Ih ...hp re encou'a
ed 
in their exertions tu render it )'et more Icn iceuble, th8n ill Inlwy te"tilfl<'lOiall h. ba. alre.dy 
prowd. 
A" itl nnme irnplil's, Ihi
j-'urnal will, in Idl case". Rt"ek to acJvRncc the mterp"'II,t rl'fttColrtlT... 
c:onC'urn'mly, ..nel in c'mnf'C: illn \\ ith those (If the I mJ'f'rilll Kin
dum. R"pudialin
 c 'al I' Iii 
it will t'vt'r ad
(lC'll" H..i,iilh C..nm'Clinn. To inr",m Ca"R,:linlll, _nd tho
e h. U lOft( Ht' 
Mnj..s,y',( ftU!,j-'l
til in Brili
h Nonh Amprira, wlllit iA pllD",ing IImon
 It."mlwlv
: WI 'rAtd"ty 
of Iho,,1' whn ha"e irs conduCI. The f'rncpedingil or "'<' Prov;nciol PilI' ioment, and tl 11.nt. 
at the St'Rt of Gnvprllm..nt, ,,,ill hI' r"por,ed c,.tnprt'hell"i\'pty. an<} chronicled will. the UI . . . 
ani altpntion. A,griculru!e. HII,J Rny inr..lli/:pncp .hRt ('all R.h-a"c
 Ihi.. impre"t, will evlOr h
 a PIo- 
minent reHture in the c ,tumn" (lr r,hc Bri;is!t Colonist; while the laleilt Rnd mOit corrert intpllig
nce 
in :\-lRritiml' anel ClIJnmerciltl ntl'tlir" mRY 0,' cOllfi.!t'nlly '"elie'd on. The Markers will be cßrefully 
IIcanned. EuroppRn intt>lngPllce ",illl
" m an imporlHnt f"'ulllre. The" glAd tidings" bornp by each 
packo>t Irom the shorp" or B,"iloin, will bp hor.d. dIu Ihesub"criberiJ to the Colonist, within compara. 
tivt'lva few minut"l1 Rfrer th.. Hrri,,'nl or .he PitCKptlJ. 
Ad,l..d tll Ihe ordinary chan'lI'l,. lor inflrm.uilln, lh" Puhli;;hers have secllrpd thA services of a gen. 
t1pman rl'sident in Lond..In, wh..
e literary acqUiremeuts, nnd commerciul experience, entitle bit 
comm uni('ali(His 10 tile bi>!hpst (
"nsicll',alion.. . 
To Advprtiso>rs. rh.. Puhli..hprs net'd !lAY hUI lit
lp; 
ht' nlHn"'pr Ihi.. .i 'urnRI already command_, i. 
Ihp bplt t'vid..nce or thp. adv'lIIrn!!l's cllnfprrel! on Iho",e who IIvailth..ms..lves or its circulation; and 
in any f'lIurp, ail in All pn., ocrO!llnnS, a .-lue re
R..d will bl' h,uJ I" Ihp claim,. or th se who shall con. 
fide their inh'rl"1I1.. I.. il'" Ad\lf'rti'lin
 r..lumn
, whilp t'vl'ry t'xprlinn will be mad.. to s.tti.ry those wbose 
patronage t.a.
 place,1 .he British Colonial in its present fl<)urishing pOliition, that their counteDallce 
bas nOi btwn bt'!<'"w..d i" vnin. 
F.very advantagt' thut Ih
 MII
nPtic Tpl"C'I'nph, and the new \Vpekly Line or Packet., frum Livflr- 
pool to the N"w Continpnt CRn mlJkH availalJle, will he el1jll}ed by the Subscriber. to THE 
BRITJSH COLONIST FOR unA. 


LITHOGRAPHY MAPS, PLANS) &c. 
sconIE & BALFOUR 


A RE p1't"psl"f'd to eXecule with NeRtne"" and f)i
p'ltch a\l orders, for LITHOGRAPHIC 
PRIi'inNG: Copperplate and \Vond ENGRA V[i'\G and PRiNTIi'\G, &c. &c. 
Map:J uf Di
LJict., or Townsbipl. Plans of Cities, Townlor Lots, Drawn on StoDe with the utmOl& 
accurary anti care. 
Businpl!! Placards, Phml of Building!!, Diploma!!, Scrip F.)rm
, Bill Heads, Bank and other 
ChequeiJ, Druggist and othcr Labels, with every article requi,ed in this department, prompdy 
atterlded to. 
Stont's lIupplied to AmRleurs find Artists, and Drawings thprpon Printed from witb care. 
Scobie & Balfour publi
h alld !IHve r..r Süle ,ho r.)lInwin
 MHrlJ ßnr! IJlans:- 
Rankin'lJ Maps oflhe HOME and SrMCO";: NIAGARA. GORI!: arid \VÞ:LLtNGT"N; r.ONDOl', BROCK 
and TALBIJT Districts &c. The \"ESTERN Oi"uict IIn n BCllle IIf200 Chitin! 10 on Inch, 
Billyard & IJarr'ø Map or the"' W";",TERN Ui:JtlÎcI," on R lIC'Hle of Ii mil..s to the lncb. 
McDunalci's M'lp "fthe HUROS Di1trict on a !lral.. or 160 Chain. to an Inch. 
Arrowsmith'" !\]Rp or CRned" WpSI, compiled chieAy from ducu:nentiJ furnished by the Canada 
Company. SIRVP\"y's MRp IIf Canarla. 
Plans of the TmYNs ",. I'ETf:RBr1ROUGH. CI'BOURG, nnd SYDENHAM, C. 'V. 
AllJo, now Publishing, a Map of tho NKWCUTLE and CULBORN E DiøtricttJ, on a sea1e of 160 Cbaill. 
to an Inch. 
]6. Kine Strut Emit. Tnrnnfo. 


J. E. PELL, 
CARVER, GILDER, LOOKING GLASS AND PICTURE FRAME 
MANUF ACTURER, 
102, YONGE STREET, TORONTO. 



SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S 


CANADIAN ALMANAC
 


AND 


RCpo5itory .of 11scful linolulcðgc , 


FOR TIlE YEAR 


S 4 9 


, 


BEING THE FIRST AFTER LEAP YEAR: 


CO:STAINI'S'G FULL AND AUTHE:STIC Cü:\IMERCIAL, STATISTICAL, ASTRONOMICAl.. 
DEPARTMENTAL. ECCLE;:;IASTICAL, EDUCATIONAL. FINANCIAL, 
MILITARY. NAVAL, AND 


GENERAL INFOR
iATION. 


THE ASTRONOMICAl. CALCULATIONS HAVE :BEEN MADE EXPRESSLY FOR THE 
CANADIAN ALMANAC, FOR THE MERIDIANS OF TORO'llTO, MONTREAL, 
QUEEEC, FREDERICTON, N. B., AXD HALIFAX, N. S. 


TORONTO: 
SCOBIE & BALFOUR, KING STREET; 
R. &. C. CIL\LMERB &. JOlIN McCOY, l\1O:NTREAL; P. SINCLAIR, QUEBEC; RAMSAY, 
ARMOUR &. CO., KIS"GSTON; 1\1. McKENDRICK, &. EASTWOOD &. CO., 
lIAMILTUN; ALLING, SEY
fOUR &. CO., AND I3AGE &. 
BROTHER, ROCHESTER, N. Y. 


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\tt IJ c B tit i s IJ Q.t 0 1 0 11 i 5 t 
 
A SEMI-'VEEKL Y NE"VSP APER PUBLISHED AT TORONTO, UPPER CANADA, 
BY 
COBIE & BALFOUR, 
ADELAIDE BUILDIl\GS, KING STREET, 
ON TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNINGS IN EACH 'VEEK 
, 
And 'I'ransmitted by the Ðarliest Mails, 01' other Conveyance. at.ßl 5s. C'y., 
per annum, (less the 1:>'ostage to C ountry 
ubscribers.) 
T I.IE rat.es ,of Advertising are 4d. ver hne lor the tirst in"ertion, 
 r line for each subsequent inl'ertion. 
::-<ub_scnptl
ms and AdvertÜ;elllcnts are payable in advancc; and letters to the Editor must, in all cases, be 
p():it-pal
; It!S_ requested that all corresl'unden
e lIIay h
 addressed .. T
 the 
ditor,"_ and not to any person by 
uame. I hc Editor cannot undertake to rcturn rejected arncles. No attention \nll be paul to anonymous commu- 
cations. Lctters containiug rClllitìauces, or COlllICCWQ willi the business department of the paper, to be 
.1ddressed to the Publishers, ::;cobie & Ballour. 
The Britis/, Colonist, llaving enjoyed the confidence of the Canadian Public for the past eleven yearlJ, while 
èach cay 
dds to the JIIauy proof" already held of its influence, the I'ubli"hers are encouraged in their exertions 
to ren_der It yet,lIIore sernccable, than il.:i many testimouials show it has already proved. 
A!> 11101 ual
le IIllVli.cS, this journal will, in all cases, seck to advauce the interests of this great Colony, concur- 
renlly and I.n. counection with those of the Imverial Kingdom. Repudiating colonial servility, it will ever 
ady?cate Bntlsh Connection. To inlorm Canadians, and tho
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SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S 


CANAD IAN 


AL
ìANAC, 


FOR 


1 8 4 9. 


Epoclts. 
. ear of the world, according to the mmal IYear of Her Majesty's Reign, 1l-12-commen- 
computation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 5856' ces June 20. 
Year of the world, accDrding to the Jews, Year of the Mahommedan Era. 1266-commen- 
(commpncing Sept. 17.)............ 5610 ces No.vember 17, dating from A.D. 622, 
Since the foundation of RDme .......... 2602 Year of the Independence of the United 
States, 73-1-cDmmences 4th July. 


Chronolo@;ical Cycles. 
Golden :r\ umber. . . . . . . . .. i I Solar. 
ycle. . . . . . . .. .. . . .10 I Ro
an In
iction.. . . . . . . 7 
El'act.... ...... ... . ... . .. 6 DomInican Letter. . . .. ... G 
 ban PerIod. . ........ . 6562 1 
)Ioveable Feasts. 
.Easte
 Sur.iday . . . .. . April 8. l Asc
nsion Day. .. . .. :\olay 17. , Trinity 
unday. . . ... June 3. 
.RogatiOn Sunday.... 
lay 13. I Whitsunday... .. . ..
Iay 27. A dvent Sunday. . .... Dec. 2. 
- Eclipses. I 
In the year 1849 there will be two Eclipses of the Sun, and two of the Moon-none of them 
\'isible in Canada. I 
I.-An Anllulal' Eclipse of the Sun, February 22, 1849-invisib
e in British North America. 
This Eclipc-e is confined to the Asiatic Continent,.and the West
rn extremity of Russian: 
America. I 
IT.-A partial Eclipse Df the :i\loon, March 8, lR49-invisible ill NDrth America. 
III.-A tDtal Eclipse of the Sun, August 17. 1849-illvisible in North America. This Eclipse 
;s confined to the- 
outhern and Indian Ocean. 
tV.-A partial Eclipse of the )100n, September 2, 1849-invisible in Korth America. 


Elements of tlae Eclipses of tile Sun. 


1849. 


February 22. 
h. m. s. I 
1-l 1 02.4 
22 25 04.3';" 
o , " I 
9 9 30.Î i
.
'; 
9 54 :?O.6 _It 
32 40.7 I 
222.7 
9 20.1 .S 
o 53.0 :S 
57 25 6 I 
8.Î I 
]5 38.9 
16 10.6 


August 1 ì. 
h. m. s:- 
17 59 39.7 
9 49 36. i2, 
0' I 
]2 24 46.0 
13 9 25.9 
3.) :!9.3, 
2 19.8 


Greenwich ';\Iean Time (If Ö in R. A. ..................... 
o and D's Right A
cenl;,ioll . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 


D 's Declination. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . . ., S 
O's Declination. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. S 
D 's lIorary mDtion in R. A. ............................. 
O's Hnrary mDtion in R. A. .. . ., . . . _. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ 
D 's llorary motion in Declination.. .. .................... 1\
 
O's Horary motion ill D?clination. . . _. . " . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . '. 
- 
)) 's Equatorial Horiz0nt.11 Parallax..... . . . .. . ... . . . . ... . . . 
O's Equatorial HDrizontal Parallax.. . ., .... .., . . , . . . ... ". 
)) :s :rrue S:mi
di
meter " . . . .. . . . '. .................... 
Os frue SPmi-dlameter.. . . , . . .. ....................... 


8 52.fI 


U 4
.5 
59 19.!! I 
8.5 
16 10.1 
15 49.7 



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SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CANADIAN ALMANAC. 
Elements of tile ECIiI)SeS of 
18-19. 


the ltIoon. 
{, larch 8. 
h. m. s. 
12 34 20.6 
11 17 12.47 


September 2. 
h.?n. S. 
4 47 11.7 
22 46 19.7 
o , " 


Greenwich :Mean Time of 8 in R. A. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 
j) 's Right Ascension..................................... 


o , fI 


j)'s DeclitJation.......................................... N 512 2.3 S 82840.7 
()'s Declination...................., . . . ., . .. . . .. ....... S -l 36 18.5 N 7 48 26.0 
}) 's Horary motion in R. A. ...., . . .. . . .. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. . 31 26.1 31 26.0 
()'s Horary motion in R. A. . . . .. .. ... .... . . . .. . ... .. ... . . 2 18.3 2 15.9 
D's Horary motion in Declination. .. . . . . ... . . ., . . . . . . . . . . . . S 10 2.1 N 9 28.4 
O's Horary motion in Declination......................... N 0 58.5 S 0 5-19 
1>'s Equatorial Horizontal Parallax. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . .. . 56 52.1 56 31.8 
()'s Equatorial Horizontal Parallax. , . . .. . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . .,. 8.6 8.3 

 's True Semi-diameter. . . .. . . . ., . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . 15 29.8 15 2-1.3 
O!

u!0_ 
"IJi-dia 
e!
. '_'
' ._..... 
..................... 16 7.2 15 53.1 
Table, sbe,vin;: tile I1luminate(1 pOI'tion of tile Discs of '-enutli 
and ltliU.ti. 
The flumba,ç given in this Table represent tlte versed sines of the Illuminated p01,tion of the 
Discs, the appal'en! lJiameter of the Pl.mels being considered as UNITY. 
1849. Yenus )tars. 18-19. V..nus.1 ;\lars. I ti49. 
 enIlS' Mars. 
I January 15 '" o!õ
f -0.9?:) :\lay 1;)
... ...' tl.I
U? u.
'mlj 
epll'mber 15.. IJ.7:i/j (i]ül 
1 FebflJary 14.., O.
93 0.
;)8 .J une 1
. ..... 0.:..-13 0.877 Octoher 15. .... 0.829 0.88S 
I .warch 15...... 0.43/j 0.93Ø July 15........ 0.461 0.863 November '15.. 0.901 0.949 
A1JrilI5...... 0.188 0.917 August 15..... 0.618 0.855 December 15... 0.950 1.0Oü 
I SatIun's lUng ,viII not bl' visible dlll'Ïng 1849. 
ßeginnin;; an(( Length of tbe Season!'. 
d. h. m. 
Sun enters Capricorn \1 (Winter begins), 18-18, December 21 4 (I 
" Aries cy> (Spring .. ),18-19, March 20 5 13 } 
" Cancer Qò (Summer " ), 18
9, June 21 2 8 Greenwich 
" Libra 
 (Autumn " ), lX49, September22 16 3 
leal1 Time. 
" Capricorn VJ (Winter " )) 18-19, December 21 !) 42 
d. h. m. 
Sun in the Winter signs .. .................... R9 1 10 
" f'pring". . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. 9,2 20 58 
" Summer". . . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . . . . " 93 13 55 
" Autumn". . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. R9 17 39 
Sun north of the Equator, Spring ilnd Summer. . . .. .1 &Î> 10 53 
Sun south of the Equator, Winter and .Autumn... .178 18 49 





 


Explanation of tile Al'Ucles in the Calend;.u'. 
 
THE DAY of THE YEAR, reckoned from the first of January, is useful for ascertaining t 
interval ill da s between two given dates. 
I SUN RISIN
 AND SETTING.-Themean time of the Sun rising and setting is given for ever 
day for Toronto and Montreal, and for, every tenth day for Quebec, Halifax, and Fredericton, 
If the time is wanted for any intermedIate day, ente
 the table of Semi-diurnal Arcs (p(fg
 30). 
with the Sun's declination for that day, tlJe ,-alue gIven, substracted from) or addded 10) tb 
mean time of apparent noon, will give the hour of rising or setting. 
ApPARENT NOON, SHEWING THI-: EQUATION OF TIMK.-This column contains the hon 
which should be shewn by a clock or watch at Toronto, when a Sun-dial markstweh'eo'clock. 
Its error at any other place in the .British Provinces will rarely amount to one second. Th 
I F.quation of Time is the difference in time between the real place ofthe Sun, and its supposed 0 
ß1ean place. The actual interval between the successive arrivals of the Sun on the meridian, 0 
J t he length of !>uccessive solar days, is vadable, owing to the different rapidity of the motion of 
tl-.e earth in different parts of its orbit, and to the difference Ín the inclination of the successiv 
part
 of the ecliptic to the equator. Bùt, as time-keepers cannot be made to measure an interval 
; ',,'hich varies every day, a clocle or watch i8 made to mark twenty-four hours Ïn the average 0 
all the dílYS. In other 'Words) it is made to keep pace with an ima
inary or mean Sun, having 
a motion exactly equal to the average motion of the real or apparent Sun. Hence) when it . 
twelve o'clock by the real Sun, it may be before or after tweh'e by the mean Sun. The trut' 
Sun and the mean or imaginary Sun coincide four tÏmes in each year, "iz., about the 15ih 0 
}Iareh, the 15th of June, the 1st of September, and the 24th of December. The differeJ)
 
between them, or the Equation of Time, is never more than sixteen minutes. A Sun-dial giYeil 



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apparent time, and the equation of time must be applied before setting a watch by it, whatev
r 
be the hour of the day. 
THE Su
's DECLINATIOX is given for mean noon at Toronto, for every day: the differen<:e 
tor mean noon for any olher place in the British ProvinC'es, will rarely amount to one minute. 
TH E MOON'S AGE is given for mean noon at Toronto. 
THE MOON'S RISING OR SETTING is given for every day at 
Iontreal anlt Toronto: the time 
of risin;; being given when she sets during daylight; and the time of setting, when she rises I 
jduring daylight. The time given f0r .MontreaL will never be more than four minutes ill error I 
.for Halifax, three minutes in error fur Fredericton, and five minutes in error for Quebec; and it l 
;is, therefore, near enough tor ordinary reference at those places. 
THE MOON'S DECLIN-\TIOX, when on the mf'ridian at Toronto, is given for every day. 
I TWILIGHT begins in the l;1ornillg, when the Sun is about eighteen degrees below the hûrizon, 
" and ends in the e\'ening. whpn it is eightten degrees beyond it. The mean time of beginning and l 
;ending IS given for every tenth day. . 
! TH E PLAN El's.-The hour of meridian passage, right ascension and declination of each of the 
.Planets, is given for the 1st and 13th of each month. (m signifies7lw1'ning.) 
! THE POLE STAR.-The time when the Pole ::;tar is on the meridian, is given for the 13th of' 
leach month, being the hour when it is due north. U. si
IJifies Upper Culmination-L. signifies! 
{Lower Culmination. The greatest elongation of the Pole Star fr0m the meridian, varies With l 
I the latitude of the place: it is about 2 0 4' a: Toronto, 2 0 8' .5 at Montreal, increasing at the rate 
10f about l' .5 for every degree of latitude between 40 0 and 50 0 . To find the hour when it is on 
Ithe meridian on any other date, multiply 3m. 53. 9s by the interval in days,-add the product' l 

iffor a date before the 15th ; 
ubtracl it, iffor a date after the 15th. 
I ECLIPSES OF JUPITER'S SATELLITES, visible in Canada, are given. A telescope 'with a 
I magnifying power of forty, is sulficient Jor obsen'ing these phenomena. 
SE!\U- DIURN.H ARCS.- This table is useful for determining the limes of rising and setting ofi 
'the heavenly bodies. Enter the table with the lleclination of the object: under the proper, 
! ColUmn for the locality will be found half the time which the object remains above the horizon, 
\vhich is to be subtracted from the time of its meridian passage, it the time of risin
 is required, 
lor added, for the time of setting. 
I Example.-Required the time of rising for the Planpt Jupiter, at )lontreal, June 1st, 1849. 
.Declination of Jupiter, 17 0 N. h. 'no 
Corresponding to which we find the semi-diurnal arc. ...........,..... 7 12 6 
Jupiter on meridian. ............,................................. 4 36 7 
Jupiter rises. ..........,......................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 9 242 m 
METEOROLOGIC-H.-On the first page of each month is gi\'en, the approximate mean val
 
f the principal )Ieteorological elements for Toronto, Upper Canada, and Greenwich, EnglalJd. ! 
To which are added certain values for Nicolet, on Lake ::)t. Pf'ters, in Lower Canada. 
The data for Toronto are derived from the records of Her )1;Jjesty's Magnetical Observatory, 
for eight years, 1840-18-17, inclusÏ\'e, by permission of the Director, and are the means bY I 
observations made every 2 hours, from 1st January, 1840, to 30th June, 18-12, and every hour from 
1st July, 1842, to 31st December, 1847. The data for Greenwich are derived from the published I 
I records of the Royal Observatory, fùr four years, 18-10 to ltí43, and are the means by observations' 
made every 2 hours. It should be remarked that the quantity of rain which falls at Greenwich! 
appears to be less than the average for all England. The average at sixteen stations in 18451 
was 31.6 in.; at Toronto the average is 36.1 inches. The mean temperature for 1\icolet, in Lati 
 
tude 46 0 14', Longitude 72 0 19/, are derived from the register of the Rev. Francois Desauniers, 
for nine years, 1838-1846, published in the British .;lHlerican Journal of 1Ucdical and Physica 
Science, vol. III.; but as the observations were made at 6 A. M., and 3 P. JII. only, they are 
above the mean of the 24 hours to the amouutofabout 0 0 .7. i 
We would gladly extend the interl:!st of the l\1eteorological Table, by adding the particulars 
for Kova Scotia, New Brunswick and the Island of Newfoundland, if in posselS::.ion 01 authentic' 
materials. 


",variation of the COl11pa!!is. 
FROM THE RECORDS OF H. 
f. l\fAG:SETIC OBSERVATOlty. 
The mean variation at Toronto, for the year 18-17 was 1 0 36' west (nearly); it increaSt!s 
bout 3' every year. The variation undergoes a daily change, being least from 7 to 8. A.M., and 
greatest from 1 to 2, P.:\I. The difference between the values at 8 A.M., and 2 P.M. in the seve- 
ral months, by the average of eight years (1840 to 1847) is as follows: 
, , I 
January"....... 5.4 i April,.........10.5 \ JUl y ,..........12.3 , October:........ i.O 
February,. ...... 5.8 :ðlay,. . ...... .11.3 Augu3t,. . .. .. .13.2 November,...... 6.1 I 
March, ...'.. . 9.6 June,........ .12.0 September, .... 9.0 December,...... 4.4 
The variation is least liable to fluctuations in the afternoon; it is near its mean value at lU 
A.M., and 6 to 7 P.M. I 
Inclination or Dip of the- Needle at Toronto, 1841, ........... 75 0 15'.3 N 
Horizontal intensity in absolute measure, 1847,..... . . . . . . . ... 3.5285. 



í 6 .] .JA
UARY HAS THIRTY-ONE DAYS. 
I FA <<lUERS' AND GARDENERS' CALENDAR. 
F A R:\U lW operations during this month are almost exclusively confined to the barn, farm- 
[ yard, and workshop. If at a cOn\'enient distance from a town, and roads permitting, manures 
of various descriptions may be procured, sllch as fresh stable manure. lime, gypsum, refuse of 
various manufactories, &c. &c. Grain may be thrashed, produce disposed of, materials for 
I fencing prepared, harness and implements mended. Observations respecting the weather and 
appearance of the crops should be made and recorded. The housing and feeding of cattle par- 
,ticl1larly demand the farmers' attèntion at this u
ually inclement season of the year. It will 
be fouml most advantageous to attend to the pJoper ventilatIOn and cleanliness of stables, staHs 
and sheds for cattle, to observe a strict regularity in the administration of food, both with respect 
to time and quantity. Cattle, during the winter, ought to have acct'ss to ,,'ater several times 
a-day. The food ot milch kine should consist, if possible, of sound hay or oat straw, together 
:with some sliced succulent root, as Swedes, Jerusalem Artichokes, Mangel \Vurtzel, &c. &c. 
1Tbey should be milked at r
gular hour!':, anti as dryas possible, Of the quantity will soon be 
!considerably diminished; if in good condition, the milking may be continued until within a 
Ifew days of calving. 
GARDEN operations ar-e almost at a stand still. Apple trees, however, may be carefully 
pruned with a sharp knife or hand.-aw; Pea and Bean rods cut and prepared, Seeds selected, &c 


[1849. 


IUETEOROLOGU'l\.L 'rABLE FOR JANI;ARY. 


I Toronto, Greenwich, :Kico1et, 
U. C. England. L. C. 


000 


Mean Temperature.................., 
U\lean Highest Temperature.... . . . . . . . . 
l\f ean Lowest Temperature........ . . . . 
Mean Elasticity of Vapour............ 
Mean Humidity of the Air............. 
Average Quantity of Rain,..........., 
Average Quantity of Snow... .... . . . . . 
Day 
of RCluarl[ablc Da}-s. &c. 
\<Veek. 


243 
45.1 
-4.3 
0.121 
R3 
2.498 In. 
15 In. 


364 13.3 
52.6 
17.5 -184 
0.222 
90 
1.52 In 


I Day 
of 
Mon. 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 


!\fon. 
Tues. 
Wed, 
Thur. 
FJid. 
Satur. 
Sun. 
ì\lon. 
Tues. 
Wed. 
Thur. 
Frid. 
Saiur. 
Sun. 
Mon. 
TUes. 
Wed. 
Thur. 
Frid. 
Satur. 
SliD. 
1.\J on, 
Tues. 
Wed. 
Thur. 
Frid. 
Satur. 
Slill. 
:Mon. 
Tues. 
Wed. 


lUeluorauda. 


CIRCUlIJCISION. New Years Day. 
Quarter Sess. and District Court com. 
]) First Quarter 21 min. past 2, A. 1\1. 
Earthquake in Canada, 1663. 
Duke of York died, 1827. 
Epiphany, twelfth day. 
1st Sunday after Epiphany. 
. Full l\loon 33 min. past 5, P. :M. 
}'ontenelle died, 1757. 
(lIth) Dr. Dwight died. 1817. 
Sir Hans Sloane died, 1753. 
Sir C. Ragot Governor General, 18-12. 
Halley died, 1801. 
2nd Sunday afler EpilJltany. 
General Wolfe born, 1726. 
<I Last Quarter 37 min. past 1, A.M. 
Franklin born, 1706. 
Ciudad Rodrigo stormed, 1812. 
James Watt born, 1736. 
U. S. Independ'ceacknowledged 1783. 
3rd Sunday afler Epipllt17!Y. 
Byron born, ] 788. 
W. Pitt died, 1806. 
. K ew .Moon 46 min. past 4, A. 1\1. 

ir F. B. Head Lieut. Governor, 1836. 
Dr. Jenr.cr died. 1823. 
Mozart horn, 1756. 
4tlt Sunday afle?' Epiphany. 
George Ill. died, 11)20. 
(31st) Earl of Elgin Gov. Gen, 1847. 
]) First Quarter 26 min. past 11, A. :M. 



.19<19.] 


JAN'UAHY BEGI
8 ON :UO
DA Y. 


MOON'S PHA3ES. 
d. h. m. 
J 1-1 21 
8 j 33 
15 13 37 
23 16 46 
3(1 23 26 
6 10 Ou 
18 7 00 


D First Quarter, .. 
m Full Moorl,..... 
([ Last Quarter,. . . 
. I\ew ;\loon, .... 
D First QUdrter, .. 
([ Perigee,........ 
({ A pOl!:ee, ....... 


Scmidiamcter at Greemcich, .Noon. 


Date. \ Of Sun. 


Of Moon. 
I " 


I /I 


1 16 17.3 
10 16 17.1 
20 16 16.3 
30 16 15.1 


15 46.7 
16 06.7 
14 47.3 
15 57.9 


QUE BEC. 


[7 


1st OF JAXUARY. 1 13th OF JANUARY. 
THE .. I Right I I '.! Right I 
P LA NETS Mendmn A
cen- Dccl. Mendlan, As.cen- Dec!. 
slOn. I sion. 
-
I
I
 I --;:;:: I ---':;;: I I-
 I 

 ;lerc. A 
Iofll.it
g 8t'ar. 0 3L 20 1 L S 22 12 

 venus. An Eveitlltlg St ar. 2 58 a , 22 3
 8 9 56 1 
Ó .:\lars. 10 18m'17 04 823 0610 08 m 17 48 823 52: 
2+Jupit'r 2 53ml9 37 N1510 1 Mm/9 3::2'X15 3
 
?Saturn 4 41 8 1 23 27 8 5 57 3 50 a 23 31 18 5 29 
ItIUran's 6 22 a 1 9 N 6 38 5 28 al 1 9 IN 6 42 
Neptune. I I 
Pole Star on the )leridian 15d. 51t. 23m. 56,
. P. M. U, 


HALIFAX, N. S. 


Sun. Twilight. Sun. I 

 Rises. I Sets, Dellins Emili Rises. , Sets. 
Q A. 'I. P. M. 
1---- -- 


Twilight. 


FREDERICTON, N. B. 


Sun. Twilight. 


Begins Ends 
A. M, P.M. 


Rises. I , Sets. Begins I Ends 
A. M. P. M. 
----- 


h. m. h.m. It. 71l. h.m. h.m. h. m. h. 71l. h.m. h. m. It. 111. h. m. II. m. 
1 7 52 4 16 5 5,) 6 12 7 44 4 24 552 6 16 7 48 4 20 554 6 13 
10 7 50 4 26 5 55 6 21 7 42 4 3.t 525 6 24 7 47 4 2!:J 5 5-1 6 22 
20 7 43 4 39 5 50 fì 31 7 36 4 47 5 48 6 34 7 40 4 42 5 50 6 32 
30 7 33 4 5b 5 43 6 44 7 27 501 5 41 6 46 7 31 4 57 5 43 6 44 


Da" Sun. , I 
 I )10011 Risesor sels" 1 
J App. Noon -... . 
?f I shewing Sun's þ U1 S )loon's I 
\: 'r, Toronto. Montreal. the Eq. of Declin'n 3 
o Declin- j Toronto. Montreal 
<rime. South. 

 atioll. _ - Toronto' I 
IOnLreal. 
Hises l ;o;l.'ts. H,,,c" 
 __ 
 _I
 
CIs. - - 
Ð. h. m h. m. h. 1lI.lh. m. It. m s. 0 I lJ. 0 I I It. 1lt. h. lit. 
 . 
 .1 
1 7 40:4 287 474 2112 4' O.t 22 58.6 7.0 0 57n 11 50 all 50 a 
 '

 
 
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 I 
:o! 
27 404 307 4714 2312 4 32,22 53.2! 8.0 5 26 morn'g morn'g Q 
 '< :.., 
 
 '< 
 ø: 
37 39:4 31 7 4ß'4 24 12 j 00::22 47.4, 9.0 9 43 0 58 m 0 5H m - - - -- - 
4 7 3!M 31 7 4614 24 12 5 
7
22 41.( 10.013 29 
 07 2 09 1 
 
: ;; 
 
 
 :'i 
57 3!:J 1 4 33 7 4()1-1 26 12 5 ;)-1/22 34.3 11.0 1 16 2 i 3 16 3 20 IO.) 5062.3 5 '):1 1 i :l-l 
67 394 337 464 26 12 6 2022 27.1 , '12_018 11 4 27 4 31 20 5 -1 7 1 5 3,) ;) 49 J;J3 
77 394 357 46,4 2R 12 6 46 1 '22 19.5 13.U 18 36 5 33 5 38 30 541,6 4ß ;) 41 Ó 4:'i 
87 39'4 357 45,4 2912 7 11 22 11.4'14.017 38 6 34 6 36 
97 3914 377 45;4 3012 7 36;22 02.9 , '15.015 27 nj
es. Rises. 
107 384 3874:,,-1 3] 12 8 00i21 53.9 ]6.0 12 19 6 15 a 6 11 a 
11 7 374 397 444 3212 8 2-121 44.5 1 17.0 8 34 7 22 7 19 
127 37:4 407 44 1 4 3412 8 47bl 34.7,18.0 .1, 29 8 28 8 26 
137 37 1 4 4J 7 434 3512 9 09!21 24,5'1!:J.0 021n 9 32 9 31 
147 374 437 43,4 37 12 9 31121 13.9:20.0 3 41 s:
O 34 10 34 
157 364 447 42.1 3812 9 52,21 02.9 , 21.0 7 30 111 35 11 36 
167 35'4 457 414 3Y J2 10 13 1 20 51.422010 54 I morn'g mOrn'a 
177 35 ' 4 467 414 4112 10 33:20 39.th3.0 13 49 0 34m 0 35
 
187 35'4 477 40:4 4212 10 52120 27,4 1 24.016 08 1 32 1 34 
1917 33,4497 39,4 43 J2 11 10:20 14.7'23.017 45 2 28 2 32 .Jupiter's 
atdlifes. 
2017 32 1 4 507 38 1 4 4412 11 28,20 01.726.018 31 3 24 :
 28 - 
21 1 7324527 3Fi-14()12 11 4511948.427.01824 417 422 
227 31,4 537 37i4 4712 12 01 19 34.628.0 1 17 21 5 10 5 1-1 
23 1 7 304547 3ö4 4R 12 12 16;1920.5'290 d 5 58 () 04 
247 30'4 567 35,4 5012 12 31 19 06.11 0,3115 21 Sets. Sets , ' 
257 294 577 3445212124:; 18 51.3' 1.31
 32 5 2û a 522 a 
26 1 7 28,4 587 33'4 5312 12 5
Ó8 3b.l , 2.3 9 00 6 27 6 24 
2772745973245-1 1 1213 10]820.6 3.3 -157 731 729 
2817 26,5 01 1 7 314 5612 13 21 ,18 04.8' 4.3 0 338 , 8 36 8 35 
29 1 7 25 5 037 304 5812 13 31 1 17 48.7' 5.3 3 5:'n' 9 42 9 42 
307 245 04 7 294 59 1 12 13 41 17 32.3 6.3 8 13 110 50 10 51 
31,7235 057 285 00,12 135017 155 7.312 06 11 57 11 59 


T\VILIGHT. 


ECl.IPSES OF' 


:\1. T. Greenw. I l'oroll1C 
I. 
:
 
:I 
1.011
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]
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I 
 

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22164543.7 11 29 ill 
2-111 11 OÎ.31 ,) 51 ill. 
29 Jt' 39 23.Î 13:lt illl 
U. F 1133 19.1 1 G]6 iu, 
15 It !) 47.2 85,) illl 
2'.! ]ij -II) 2:t:! III :lll j II 
111.21 12 929.2, ij :;2 ilB 
31 11. 7 32.t-; \U 51 ilIl 
[V.3022 341.1 1 J6471111 



s.] 


FEBRUARY HAS TWENTY-EIGHr.r DAYS. 


[IS49. 


FAR lUERS' AND GARDENERS' CALENDAR. 
The occupations oftbe Farmer during this month are similar to those of January. He should 
continue to give attention to the feeding of his cattle, and may derive much profitable informa- 
tion by pursuing a certain system relative to the food of milch kine. Let a known quantity of 
Hay and sliced Jerusalem Artichokes be given to one, of Hay and Swedes to another, of Oat 
Straw aud Swedes, or Artichokes, to a third; the ration may be varied according to the number 
of cattle kept, and the food which lies within the reach of the farmer. The quality and quantity 
of the milk given by each cow should be accurately ascertained, as well as the time between 
her becoming dry and calving, and these results carefuJIy registered in the book of experiments. 
If the weather prove very inclement, and little or no snow lie upon the ground, the young Wheat 
plants should be protected by strewing stable litter ovp.r them-an operation under any circum- 
stances attended with benefit, and possibly to the saving of a large portion of tbe crop from 
beillg thrown out and winter-killed. After the thaws which sometimes occur during this 
month, the farmer should walk over his fields, and note where the water lies, planning there- 
from the courSE: of the drain to be maJe when the ground is sufficiently thawed to admit of 
being penetrated by the spade or plough. 
At the close of this month Scions for grafting may be procureJ, and either labelled and placed 
in a dry cellar, or immediately grafted upon roots previously collected, and stowed away until 
spring opens. 


lUETEOROLOGICAL 'rABLE FOR FEBRUARY. 


Toronto, Greenwich, Nicolet, 
U.C, England. L.C- 
0 0 0 
24.0 36.8 13.3 
45.2 52.5 
-5.2 19.8 -17.1 
0.110 0.222 
79 91 
0936 In. 1.36 In. 
23.4 In. 
JUeulorauda. 


Mean Temperature ................... 
Mean Highest Temperature............ 
Mean Lowest Temperature............ 
.\lean Elasticity of Vapour........ . . . . 

lean Humidity of the Air............ 
Average Quantity of Rain............ 
Average Quantity of Snow. . .. . . .. . . . .. 
Dav Day 
of of Rcmarkable Days, &.c. 
l\Ion. Week. 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
(j 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
U 
t 1;j 
1-1 
, 1.) 
: 1 (j 
: I g , 
19 
20 
1 21 
i:! 
23 
21 
I ')") 
2h 
1 2ì 
2d 


Thur. 
I.'riJ. 
Í"atur. 
Suu. 

,Ion. 
Tues. 
\V ed. 
Thur. 
Frid. 
:O-atur. 
SUIl. 

It)n. 
Tues. 
Wed. 
Thur. 
Frid. 
Satur. 

uu. 

lon. 
Tues. 
\VeLl. 
Thul'. 
Flid. 

atur. 
ISUII. 
!lIolI. 
Tucs. 
\\' ed. 


Battle of Brienne, 1814. 
Candlemas. 
Spanish Inquisition abolished, 1813. 
Septuagesima. 
Hilary Term hegins. 
District Councils meet. e Fulll\1oon 
1 min. Lefore fJ, A.M. 
Battle of Eylau, 1807. 
Canada ceded to Great Britain, 1763. 
Queen Victoria manied, 18-10. 
Sexagesima. 
Lady Jane Grey beheaded, 155-1. 
(14th) St. Valentine. 
([ Last Quart. 15 min. bf'fore 1 J, P .,!'.I. 
heschi guillotined, 1836. 
Mf'lartcthon born, 1-197. 
Hilary Term ends. 
Qltinquag-esinw. 
Galileo born, 1564. 
Shrove Tuesday. 

lsh Wednesday. 
. 1'
,=\V 
loon 13 min. past 8, P.M. 
bll' J. Reynolds died, 1792. 
Hamiel born, 168-1. 
1st SundHY inLent. France proclaimed 
a Republic, If'-l8. 
Sir J. Colborne Administrator, 1833. 
l\Iontaigne born, 1533. 


I 



r 1
..9 ] 


[9. 


FEBUUARY BEGIXS O
 THUltSDAY 


MOON'S PHASES, 
d. 11. m. 
Q Full Moon, ..... :5 17 59 
({ Last Quarter, ... 14 10 45 
. New Moon, .... 22 8 13 
({ Perigee, ..... . . . 3 4 00 
({ Apo:i,"ee, ........ I,') 2 00 
({ Perigee, ........ 28 12 00 


Semidiameter at Greenwich, Noon. 


Hare. Of Sun. Of 1\Ioon. 
I 1/ I 1/ 
1 16 14.8 16 09.4 
10 16 13,3 15 22.8 
20 16 11.2 15 13.1 
28 16 9,4 16 7
-1 
QUE BEC. 


1st OF FEBRUARY. I 15th OF FEBRUARY. 
THE _. I Rirrht I I,. Ri!!ht I 
PLANETS \Irndmn A


n- Deel. j l'IerHhan .\".cen- Deel. 
sion. I SIOIl. 
------------, 
II. m. It. m.1 0 I I h. m. h.1II' 1 0 I t 

 Mere. An Eve ning S.ar. 1 04 a 22 47 S 4 53, 

Venus.An EveningStar. 3 ().3 a I) -13 S 547 
t l\1ars.ll 51m 18 43 1 823 42 9 46m 192M S 2240 
1!Jupit'r 0 38m 9 23 1\T16 2011 32 a 9 16 N16 55 
? Saturn 2 49 a 23 36 S 4 481 1 59 a 23 42 8 4 10 
J;tiUran's 4 23 a 1 11 N 6 51 3 30 a 1 13 N 7 3 
Neptunp. I j 
Pole Star on the Meridian 15d. 3h. 23m. 378. A. 1\T. L. 


HALIFAX, N. S. 


FREDERICTON, N. B. 


Sun. Twilight. Sun. I Twilight. SUD. Twilight. 
"- 

 Rises. Sets. 13egins Ends Rises. Set.,. I Begins Ends Rises. I Sets. Begins Ends 
Q A. "f. P. M. A. M. P. M. A. VI. P. M. 
---j-------- 
h. m. h. In. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. ?n. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. 
1 7 30 4 58 5 41 6 47 7 25 5 3 5 39 6 48 7 29 4 59 5 41 6 47 
,10 7 18 5 12 5 30 6 5H 7 13 -5-16 5 30 6 59 7 16 5 14 5 30 6 59 
I I 

 7 1 5 27 5 16 7 12 6 58 5 30 5 16 7 12 7 0 5 28 5 16 7 12 
-= 6 46 [) 40 5 0 7 25 6 44 5 42 5 2 7 23 6 45 5 41 5 1 7 25 
i Sun I 
 !\Ioon Rises or Sets. T\\ " IL ! GH ' r. 
tDay . App. Noon <:. _ 
 
of shewing i Sun's !" g ;\{oon's I 
Y'r. Toronto. Montreal. the Eq. Uf l DeClin,n B:;â Dcclin- Toronto. l\fontreal 
___ _ Time. South. 
... atiou. __ Toronto. 1IontreaL 
Risesl Sets. Rises l Sets. .... co: !Sets. I :O-1:'l8. 
Ð. h.1Il' l h .?ll, h.m.It.1lt. h.?n. 8. , o
75:---o-t 
 
 . 
. !1J' 6 ' .: 1 !1J': 
1 327225 67275 112 13 5816 58.4 8.315 1711 105m 1 08m 
 '8J:<: "s): '

 -g,<; 
337215 77265 2'1214 511141.1 9.317 29 213 217 2 

 

 
< 
;.; 
347 195 9 1 7 24:5 4 / 12 1-1 11!16 23.410.318 29 3 18 3 23 --- --1- 
357 18 1 5 1017 22'5 612 14 17 1 16 05.511.3 \ '18 15 4 19 -1 24 1 

. t
' '
 
3,h6 :;' 
t 367 165 12 1 72115 7 1 12112111547.312.31638 515 520 lo 1 52!J 1i5!J , j30 1 659 
37 1 
7 155 137 205 812 1-t 25,15 28,8 13.3'l-t 01 Risf's. Rises. 
):; 1.1 / 7 11 5 16 7 12 
387 14!5 14,7 Hf5 10;12 14 28:15 lO'I I i-t.3 1 1O 35 () 06 a 6 07 a :!- 5 1 72'1 .j () 7 '.11 
397 13:5 16 1 '7 1815 l.:!il2 1-1 30;14 51.1 15.3 6 37 7 13 7 11 ! 
40 1 7 1:2.) 187 16,.) 14'12 I-t 31i14 31.816.3 2 26n 8 17 S 16 
41 7 11 5 19'7 14i5 15 1 12 14 32 1 14 12.3 / 1 17.3 1 448 9 19 9 22 
427 095 2117 13 1 ';) 17 12 1-t 3:213 52.618.3 5 4-1 10 20 10 22 
437 085 227 125 18 1 12 I-t 31:13 32.719.3 9 22 11 18 I II 20 
4-17 075 23,7 10:3 19/12 1-1 2913 12.5 1 20.3 / 12 33 
457 05':") 2-1 1 '7 08 , 5 2012 14 2712 52.1/21.315 09 0 17m 020m 
467 035 237 075 2lil2 U 2-ll2 31.512:2.3;17 0-1 1 13 1 17 
47 7 02;) 26 1 7 0515 23 1 :12 l-t 2J 12 1O.712
.3 18 12 2 08 .2 13 
48700528 1 703 / 5 2512l-t J61l 49.7 1 :21.311829 300 306 
496 595 297 02,5 26112 1-110 1l 28.525,3 1 17 51 3 50 3 5ti ECLfl.8ES OP I 
506 575 31 7 00;) 28112 H 51l 07.2 1 26.3 1 16 16 4 37 4 43 J t ' '" t II t 
51 6 565 32 1 6 59 1 5 29' 1 12 13 5810 45.7 1 27.3 1 13 47 5 23 5 27 upi er S 11i.l C i es, 
526 555 336 585 3012 13 5110 24.028.310 30 6 03 6 06 ftl. T. Greeuw' l Toronto. 
fi3 6 635 3516 56;) 32,12 13 4310 02.1 29.3 d Sets. Sets. d. h. 7IJ. ø. h. m. 
5.1 6 5215 36{6 54 1 5 3312 13 3;) 9 40.1 0.11 1 6 33 6 25 a 6 23 a I. 
 
n
 
g:
 l
 
 


: 
556 50 1 5 37'6 525 3412 13 26 9 17.9 1.6 2 11 8 7 S:2 7 31 H hJ1U -l"'.Î 13:H em. 
56648 , 538'651536121316855.6 2.6 22111 839 840 lti133!ìl!J.:! 
:!'..!em.1 
57 6 465 40.6 495 38 12 13 06 8 33.2 3.6 ! 6 50 9 48 9 50 2-3];) 331Î.Z 10 1û cm. 
 
586 44 1 5 42;6 4ì l 5 3912 12 55 8 JO.7 4.610 56 10 56 11 00 n.]
 
j 

 g7 l
 g: :
;: 
59 1 6 43( 4T 4.'1" 41 (2 12 44 1 1 48.0 5.6 14 20 r. 1... '" 52.. I' '" em] 



]0.] 


MARCH HAS 'I'HIRTY-OXE DAYS. 


[IS..!). 


F 
\. R:JI I
 RS' A
 D GA B DENE ns' CA LI
:X DA R. 
During this l\Ionth, wOIking cattle and horses should be more particularly attended to, in 
,order to bring them into good condition for Sprin
 ,)perations. All necl'ssaJY farming imple
 
:ments ought now to be looked after and prepared for immediate use, Calves shou Id be allowed 
!to suck fm a few days, and then taught to drink, a little warm water being added to the iliilk. 
!At about a month old, CaIn's should be served with chopped hay, mixed with some succulent 
;roots cut into small pie('es, and as the season advalJces, treated with clover and grass. Clover 
I seed may be sown 'with advantale at the close of this month upon the snow: the process of 
alternate thawing and freezing will 
radually work it into the soil. The farmer should again 
w,alk o\'er his fields. and note well the spots where the water lies. A single furrow, judicious- 
Ily made, at the commencemellt of Spring, may be the means of greatly increasing the value 
lof the crop. 
I THE G'l.RDEN', at the close of this month, begins to attra('t the Farmer's attention. Rasp- 
j berr y and Gooseberry trees may be pruned; manure laid npon the as
'aragus beds, to be dug 
in at the first opportunity. Seeds selected for tbe vegetable garden, hotbeds made for forcing 
early cabbages, tomatoes, &c. &c. Onion may be sown with advantage npol! the snow, glaft- 
1 11n
 plasters prepared by melting together olle pan of bee's-wax, two parts of rosin, and one 
part tallow, and spreading the mixture upon strüng brown paper. 


IUE'rEOROLOGICAL 'L\ULE FOR MlAR(:H. 


Toronto, Greenwich, N koler, 
D.C. Bngland. L. C. 
0 0 0 
30.7 43.9 27.2 
53,2 62.8 46,8 
5.3 27.'5 9.0 
0.1.t
 0.2.)7 I 
79 86 
1.696 In. 1.39 In. 
9.8 In 
lU ellloranda. 


}lean Tf'mperature . . . . . . . . ... ' . . . . . . . 
\Jean Highpst Temperature. . . " . .,. . . . 
,'lean Lowest Temperature. . . . . . . . , . . . 

lean Elasticity of Vapour..........., 
Mean Humidity of the Air ............ 
Average Quantity of Rain ............ 
Average Quantity of 
now............, 
I Day Day I 
of of Relnarkable Days, &c. 
Mon. _ "'cck
 
1 Thur. 
2 Frid. 
3 Satur. 
4 SUII. 
5 Mon. 
t) Tues 
7 Wed. 
8 Thur. 
9 Frid. 
10 Sa IU r. 
11 Sun. 
12 MOil. 
'1.3 Tues, 
J4 Wed. 
15 Thur. 
16 Frid. 
17 Satm. 
18 Sun. 
19 Mon. 
20 Tues. 
21 Weli. 
22 Thur. 
23 Frill., 
24 Sawr. 
25 Sun. 
26 1\1on. 
27 Tues. 
28 Wed. 
29 Thur. 
30 Frid. 
31 Satur. 


]) First Quarter 14 min. before 7, P.M. 
WesJey died, 1791. 
Battle of Point-all- Pelee, 1838. 
2nd Sunday in Lent. 
Corregio died, 153.t, 
York changed to Toronto, 183-1. 
William Ill. died, 1702. 
o Full )foon 15 min. before 8, P. ::\J. 
Americus V t:'SpIJCiIlS born, 1451. 
Botany Bay dis
overed, 17'ð7. 
3,'d Sunday in Lent, 
(13th) Planet Herschel discov'd, 1781. 
Planet Uranus discovered, 1781. 
York constituted a ,\'ark't town, 1814. 
Cornwallis defeated the Amer. 1781. 
({ Last Quarter 
2 min. past 7, P.
I. 
St. Patrick's Day. 
4th Sunday in Lent. Sir R. 'Walpole 
flied, 1745. 
Kewton died, 1727. 
Kirke White born, 1785. 
Goethe died, 1832. 
Sir G. Alth'Jr Lieut. Governor, 183R. 
& 1\ ew 1\10011 11 min. be/ore 9, A.M. 
5th Sunday in Lent. 
Bank of England incorporated, IG9-l. 
I'eace of A miens, 18ot. 
Planet Pallas discovered, 1802. 
Sir R. Abercrombie died, 1801. 
Lord .Mf'tcalfe Gov. General, 1843. 
I ]) First Quart. 19 min. before 2, A.l\'L 



[ IS..9.] MARCH BEGINS OX 'rHURSDA Y. 
MOON'S PH.ASES. 
d. h. m. 1st OF ::\L-\RCH. 
]) First Quarter,. . . 1 6-16 
fID Full 
loon, . . . . . 8 7 4;) 
<I Last Quarter, ... 16 7 22 
1'\ ew 
Ioon... . ., 23 20 -19 
]) first Quarter,... 30 13 ..ll 
({ A plJgee, . . .. . ... 1-1 23 00 
([ Pprigee, .. .. . ... 26 18 00 


::3
1IIidiamete7 at G-reemD1.clt, l\uUll. 
-I)ate. I Of :5un. Of :\ loon. 
, '1 I II r 
1 16 9.1 ]6 7.7 
10 16 6.8 ]5 ]5.9 
20 ]6 4.1 15 ] 7.8 
30 16 1.3 16 7.7 
QUEBEC. 
Sun. T" ilight. 


[11. 


13th OF )iARCH. 


THE I Ri:rht I Ri:!ht 
PL -\1\; ETS Ueridianl AscclI- Heel. Meridian .'\scen- Deel. 
I sion. sion. 
-------- 
I h. m. I h. rn. 0 I h. m. I h. TIt 0 I 

 1\1 ere, A l\lorn ,ing St ar. 11 31 m 22 03 8 11 55 
!? Venus \n Eve ningSt ar. 2 55 a 2 28 NI8 26 
t .:\lars. 9 36ml20 J3 82052 9 24m 20 57 81821 
2!Jupit'r 10 30 at 9 9 "Y17 2.J 
) 3tJ a 9 40 S]747 
? Saturn 1 10 a 23 48 8 3 30 0 22 a 23 55 8 2 49 
I fti Uran's 2 36 all;) N 7 17 1 4-1 a 1 17 N 7 33 
:
 eptll ne. I 
Pole Star on the :\Ieridian l:Jd. Ih. 33m. 188. A. M. L. 


HALIFAX, N. S. 


Sun. 


Twilight. 


.v 
'"(;í Rises. Sets. Begins Ends Rises. Sets. Begins Ends 

 A. ðl. P. M. \. \1. P. M. 
-1---1----'---- - 


h. rn. h.?n. h. m. h. m. h. m. h, m' h.1lt. h. m. h. m. 
1 6 4,-' 5 41 4 58 l' 27 6 42 5 44 5 0 7 25 6 4-1 
10 6 27 5 53 4 41 7 40 6 27 5 55 4 44 7 37 6 27 
20 6 8 6 8 4 20 7 55 I 6 8 6 8 4 24 7 51 6 8 
30 5 46 6 22 3 58 8 11 5 48 6 21 4 -l 8 5 5 46 

y Sun. . I 1 :;0 
 ':\Ioon RisC8 or 8et
. 
" App.l'ìoon j 'õ I 
9! I shewing Snn's .m 
o Moon'
 I 
\: r Toronto. l\lontreal. the .Eq. of DJClin'n l g
 Declin- Toronto. Montreal 
_ _ Tuue. 
.::; 0: ation. __ 
Ri
es ' 1 8ets. RbeS ! Sets. _ _

 
 _ 
I Sers. 
D. !h.1II"IL. m. h. m. h. m, IL. m. 8. 0 I D. 0 I h. 111. I h. m. 
60 1 6 42,.J 446 -1-t I .J 4212 12 32 7 25.2 6616 51n 0 03 m 0 08 m 
IiI 6 39'5 456 41 .J 43]2 12 20 7 2.3 7,6]8}.t 1 10 1 15 
62 1 6 38'5 466 39':) 4512 07 00 6 39A 8.b 1
 24 2] 2 2 17 
6316 36:5 486 38:.J 4612 11 53 6 16.3 9.617 20 3 U9 3 14 1 
6-1 6 3-1,5 496 36:.J 48]2 11 39 5 53.1 10 6 15 10 4 00 4 OJ 10 
65 1 6 32 , '5 50 () 335 49 12 11 23 5 29.911.6 12 07 4 45 4 49 211 
66'6 31,3 51 1 6 32 1 5 5012 11 10 5 6.612_6 8 25 5 2-1 5 27 :JO 
67 1 6 29 1 .J 536 30.J 52 12 10 551 4 43.2 13.6 4 20 Rises. RisE's. 
68 1 6 27'5 5-1,6 29i5 5312 10 40' 4 19.8 ]4.6 0 09n 7 03 a 7 03 a 
6916 255 55;6 26;5 54 12 10 24 3 5b.315.6 3 58s 8 04 8 06 
706 23;; 576 2-15 5fil2 10 08 3 32.816.6 7 49 !J 05 9 0:- 
71'6 22 [) 58'6 235 57 12 09 52' 3 9.2 17.6 11 15 10 0-1 10 07 
72162055962]:55812 935: 245,618.61408:11 01 11 05 
73'61860061935912 918 221.919.61621 1 11 58 
n'g. 
74 1 6 176016 li6 0112 9 1 1 58.320.6 1 17 50 morn 'g. 
}3m 
7516 15:6 026 ]5 Ö 0
M2 8 43, 1 34.621.618 29 0 50m 0 55 
76 ' 6 13'6 036 136 0312 8 261 1 10,922.618 l.'1 1 42 1 47 
77'611 ' 6056 lI'6 0312 8 8j047,223.61706 230 235 
78,6 10,6 066 10;6 0612 7 50, 0 23.524.6]5 02 3 15 3 20 
796 07'6 076 08,6 0712 7 32' 1 0 00.2 23,6 12 07 3 56 4 00 
806 066 OR 6 066 0812 7 14 0 23_926.6 8 28 4 33 4 39 i\l. T. (;re
lJw. Toronto. 
81'6 0-16 106 046 10 12 6561047.627.6 4 13s 5 11 5 12 d. h. m. 8.1 It. m. 
82 1 6036 11603'6 1112 6 38 , 1 1l.22R.6 ð Sels. Sets. I. 1
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: 
8
16 006 125 00;6 1212 6 19 1 34.R 2
.(i 0 23n 6 22 a 6 22 a 11\ 21 163"',i" I,') 50 em. 
8-1'5 596 13 (j 5RI6 1412 6 1 1 58.4 1.1 5 0-1 7 31 7 33 181.j 4,) 16..j 10 21:' em. 
85\5 58,6 145 57 1 6 15 12 5 42 2 21.91 2.] 9 29 R 4-t 8 47 2,) 17 39 5.'iJI 1:! 23 em. 
86 1 55561;)55461612 524 245.4 3.113]8 955 957 II. 




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: 
8715 536 17 5 526 1812 5 15 1 3 8.R ' 41 16 13 11 02 11 07 27 1!J H26.'- 13 5.t em. 
88'5 52,6 185 5116 1912 4 47 1 3 32.2 5.1 18 00 morn'g. morn'g. III. 
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90.:J 48
 20 J 46,6 2212 4 10 4 18.7 7.1 17 51 1 05 1 11 IV. 514 5153.1 935 em. 


FREDERICTON, N. n. 


Sun. 


Twilight. 


Rises. I Sets. Begins Ends 
A. M. P. )1. 
-- 


h.m. 
[) 42 
5 53 
6 8 
6 22 


h. m. 
459 
4 42 
4 21 
4 00 


lL. m. 
7 26 
7 39 
754 
8 9 


'l'WILIGHT. 


Toronto. IUontrcal. 



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ECLIPSES OF 


Jupiter's Satellites. 



!12.] APRIL HA:S 'I'HIR'ry DAYS. [ISLI9. 
I FAHIUERS' AND GARDENEUS' CAL.l:NDAR. 
I About the middle of April the regular work of the Farmer frequently commences in Canada. 
r His first care ought to be the removal of the surface water from his lìel<t<;. The greater attention 
;he has givpn to the draining of his land, the sooller 'will he be enabled-to prepare the soil for the 
iseed, and the more rapid will be the e;rowth of the vegetables he desires to cultivate. If, upon 
I 'careful examination, he r1Ü,co\'er much of his Wheat thrown 'Jut, as sOùn as the soill'ermits, he 
should 1'011 it. Spring Wheat, Oats and Barley may frequently be sown about the middle of the 
!month, Peas and eally Potatoes at the closp, but before the farmer decides 'which field he will 
Ide,'ote to Wheat, or Oats, or Barley, let him rempmber the vast benefits to be derived from a 
iproper rotation of crops, and not be alone guÜlerl by what was grown upon his laud during the 
past year, but also by what he intends to sow dUl ing the next two or three years A proper 
!rotation is of in calc III able value, and by attaching due importance to green crops, and especi,ll1y 
iroot cro)'s, he ,,'ill be enabled to vary his rotation advantageously, and at the ;same time provide 
l a suitable supply of food for his cattle during the succeeding winter. 
THE KITCHl
N G."RDEN demands particular attention at the close of this month. The soil 
round young fruit trees should be loosened, beds prepared for ,'arious vegetables; and if the 
season i" sufficiently advanced, radishes, turnips, early potatoes, onions, Leans, peas, spinach: 
&c., sown. 


MET'
OROLO'-':I(:AL "'AnLF
 
on, APRIL. 


Mean Temperature ,.................. 
l\Iean Highest Temperature..........., 
1\lpan Lowest Temperature............ 
Mean Elasticity of Vapour........,... 
Mean Humidity of the Air. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
A verage Quantity of Rain. . . . . . . . . .... 
Avelage Quantity of Snow............. 
Night Frosts ...... ... ... ..'...... 
Day 
of 
". eek . 


Re1uarli:ablc Days, &c. 


Toronto, Greenwich, Nicolet, 
U.C. England. L.C. 
- 
0 0 0 
42.3 47.7 39.5 
.2.7 74.0 62.7 
17.4 30.1 
0.206 0.2"'-:-1 
73 81 
2.586 In. 1.062 In. I 
1.4In. 
12 
IUcmoranda. 


Day 
of 
)1011. 

 
1 Sun. 
2 1\1on. 
3 Tues. 
4 Wed. 
5 Thur. 
6 Frid. 
7 Satur. 
1'3 Sun. 
9 .Mon. 
10 Tues. 
11 Wed. 
12 Thur. 
13 Frid. 
14 SalUr. 
15 SIlII. 
16 )lon. 
17 Tues. 
18 Wed. 
19 Thur. 
20 Frid. 
21 Satur. 
22 Sllll. 
23 Mon. 
24 Tues. 
25 Wed. 
26 Thur. 
27 Frill. 
28 Satur. 
29 SUIl. 
30 Mon. 
I 


Palm Sunday. 
Battle of Copenhagen, 1801. 
Quarter Seas. and District Court com. 
O. Goldsmith died, 1774. 
Stow died, 1605. 
Good Friday. 
. Full Moon 32 min. past 10, A.)f. 
Easter Sunda!). 
Lord Bacon died, 1626. 
Niagara and !Vlidland Assizes begin. , 
Coronation of William and :;.\lary, 1689, 
Dr. Young died, 1765. 
Handel died, 17,)9. 
[tel' 9 min. before 2, P. :M. 
1st Sunday of . Easte1'. <I Last Qual" 
Buffon died, 1 88. 
Brock's 
lonument destroyed, 1840. 
First Newspaper in America, 170-1. 
Johnstown Assizes begin. 
Abernethy died, lR31. 
[Moon 37 min. past 6, P.M. 
2nd Sunáay aftc?' Easter. . Kew 
St. George's Day. 
Bank o(England founded, 1694. 
Eastern and Gore Assizes begin. 
Brnce, thp. traveller, died, 179-1. [1749. 
3730 families immig'd into N. Scotia, 
(Quarter 9 A. M. 
3rt!. Sunday after Easter. D First 
Washington fUt!t Pres. of U. S. 1789. 



-, 
I 
L13' 1 
15th AI'RH.. 


\1!i49. J APRIL ßEGI!\H OX SU!\DAY< 
MOON'S PIIASES. 1st APRIL. 
d. h. 111. 
!C Fun 1\Ioon, . .. .. .. . (j 22 32 
1 <1 Last (luarter,...... 15 1 51 
.XewMoon,........22 637 
D First Quarter, ... . . .. 28 21 on 
I <I Apogee, .......... 11 17 0 
L<I Perigee. .......... 23 17 0 


Semidiameter nt L'reenlOlr/l. lUean Noon, 
- Hate. 01 
lIn. Of Moon. 
I " , " 
1 16 0.8 15 53.5 
10 15 58.4 14 48.8 
20 15 55.6 16 01.1 
30 15 53.2 15 40.9 


I 
TH
 I Ri
ht I "Ri!;ht I I 
PLANETS Meridian A
cen- Ded. Merldlall A
ccll- Decl. I 
sian. BlOn. 
----,---:---1 
h. m. I h. ?n. 0 I h. m. h. m.! 0 , 1 

 
lerc, 10 32 m 23 12 S 7 37 A Morn ing St,ar. 

Venus. 239 a 319 N2337 l AnEVeningStar. : 
t Mars. 9 09rn 21 49 S 14 31 855m 22 30 IS 10 5b 
2+ J upÍt'r 8 2J a 9 01 N18 00 7 25 a 9 01 !N17 5!A. 
? Saturn 11 22m 0 02 S 1 59 1 10 34m 0 09 1 8 1 2(t 
ItìUran's 0 41 a 1 21 N 7 54 11 49 m 1 24 N 8 1
 
1\ eptune. I 

 
Pole Star 011 the :i\leridian on the 15th. 11h. 27m. 27s. L. I 


QUEBEC. 


HALIFAX, N. S, 


FREDERICTO:X, N. B I 


Sun. 


Twilight. 


Sun. 


TwiHght. 


Sun. 


Twiligh1. 



 Rises. 8ets, J3egins I Endti Rises. \ Sets. Begins \ Ends Riscs. Sets. BCginS _ 

ndt! 
Q A. M. ". !I'I. A. Þr. 1'. M. A. M. P. )I. 
- ------ --' 
h. m. l1.. m. h. m. h.1n. h.?n. h. 11l. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. 
1 5 4-1 fì 2-1 3 52 8 15 5 46 6 22 3 57 8 9 5 45 6 23 3 55 8 13. 
to 5 27 6 35 3 31 8 32 ;) 29 6 33 3 39 8 23 ;; 28 6 34 3 34 8 29 ' 1 ' 
fO 5 09 6 -19 3 06 8 50 5 12 6 46 3 17 8 40 5 10 6 48 3 10 8 47 
SO 4 51 7 03 2 42 9 12 4 56 6 58 2 55 8 59 4 53 7 01 2 4; 9 7 
nay Sun. _ 
 1 1100n Ru;cs or Sets. T\YILIGIlT. 

 - App. Noon 
 ..: 
of \ shcwing Sun's 
 Õ :\Ioon's I 
 
r Toronto. Montreal. the Fq. of Declin'u ë 
 Declin- TorontO'jJ\.Iontrcal , I 
Time. Xorth.':::' _ ation. , _ _ Toronto. Jfontren ' 1 
C Hlsr

ets' I HI
e 
 :O:Cts. __ 
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l.t... 
 I 
! D. h. m'I'" m. h. 711.;11. m.llt. 'In. s. U I D. 0 I h. m h. m. . 
..: 
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 I 
91 5 466 22.5 456 23'12 3 52 4 41.8 8.1 16 01n 105m 111m 
 .
"': 
:i '

 
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92 ;; 45
1j 2315 44'6 2,l'12 3 34 5 4.9 9.1 13 16 2 44 2 49 
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945 4Ùi 2'5 1 5 406 2G'12 258 5 50.711.1 5 55 359 40] 1 
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9;')15 3
J!6 :,a..J 386 2S: 12 2 40 6 1:!.4 12,1 1 46n 4 33 4 34 10 3 4218 20 1 3 3ti i3 Zi I 
1>6 5 3
 1 6 28:5 3G'6 29' 1 12 223, 63ú.r 1 13.1 2238 5 04 5 05 20 1 321 Q 3ti 3 l!.J S 39 
Øi 5 30 ti 29';) 3.H) 3ù,12 
 5! 6 58.6,14.1 (j 21 Rises. j Hises. 30 300 I PM 2. 56 
 
OS 5 3-1-16 30!::; 33G 3111'Z I 48 72L.l 1 l;).1 9 59 1 7 53 a 7 55 a t 
O!) 5 33'ò 31 1 5 3f(j 3:U2 1 31 7 334 1 16.1 13 O
 8 51 I R 5-1 
100 1 5 31 1 6 321:> 296 33 1 '12 1 15 8 5.6 1 l7 ,115 40 9 49 '9 53 I 
101 5 296 33.5 2ì 6 33 12 0 58 8 27.618,1 17 27 1 10 42 10 48 I 
1I025 2ì',j 3415 26'6 36 It 0 42, 8 4
1.5hg.1 18 2ì 11 3;) III 40 
1 1103 :) 
.JI(j 35:5 246 37'12 0 2ì l 9 11.2!20.1 18 35 !morn'g.lmorn'g. 
10-1. 5 23 , 6 3ì,.J 22'6 39 12 0 11 H 32.8,21.1 17 4H (} 23 m i-' 28 m 

 05 5 22j6 :3S;;) 2\)640115957195-1.322,1 It) 11 1 09 1 1-1 
106 
 21 1 6 3!J1
 186 42'11 5
1 42,10 15.5:23.1 13 40 1 51 1 51) 
rIOì.) 19,6 40[J 166 4
 11 59 27,lO 36.ì!24.1 1 10 23 2 30 2 33 
rlO815 1716 41 1.) 1.Hi 44'11 59 l-ÚO 5ì.u'25.1 6 26 3 07 3 10 Er;.Irn:s OP 
llO9 1 5 15tt:) 43jj 13645111 59 001:1 18.4,2b.1 1 58s 3 40 1 3 43 ,Jupiter's Satellites. I 
110;) 146 44,5 11 6 -17 11 58 47,11 38.9!:H.l 2 .t4n 4}.1 4 16 
 
! ll 5 126 455 9,1) 4R!11 58 3;"11 59,3;21'ì.l 7 2;) 4 49 4 49 1\i. '1'. Grc:enw. ! Toronto' l 
112 5 10,6 46 1 ,) 7 6 4
 1 11 5'! 2
 12 19.5'29.1 d Sets. Sets. I d:i 
.ï '111:;;.- - he 
ß em 
1135 9,6 47:5 6 , G 5011 58 11112 39.5 1 0.7,11 42 7.3-l ai 7 37 a . 1111.3 5
 l:;:t 1041 em: 1 
11-15 716 495 46 52:11 58 0012 59.3 1.7,15 12 8 46 I 8 f>1 Ii 17 53111.U , ,12 3G en , ). 
1155 6it) 50',j 36 53 1 'Il 57 -1!J'13 18.9 2.711735 955 10 00 2ûl
lö51.2 1 ' 9 
em.\ 
6 '- ,- - - -- . . n. H]3 43 ".r' 8;.:10 l'lII. 
I 5 4 6 
11
 16 a
l1 
, 3913 .3
 21 3.7118 40 10 58 'Il 03 
116H)4:!.4' 1 11 mem.' 
1 117;) 265215 (J,G 56:11;)72913 57.3: 4.711
 23 11 54 11 59 2.."]
561l.013:!9
m.
 
11
 5 ]!6 ;)3.1, Ö86 57 1 11 572014 16.2' 57 1 ]6 , ) 53 morn'O'.:morn'a. 111,2011.)"2".;; 1 (j3
 irn.j 
II " - 0 ' 6 - I . 5 f>. 6 - <> ;.. 7 1 (I, - '" I '" "0 15 .}!) 0)4 1 10 a em 
;;1,;) _ 
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i
 11 v 11, -1 3-I.J, h, 14 21 0 4-1ffi l 0 49m 271;;
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9iö 5:>1 4 :>:>,6 :J9 1 11 57 311453.317.7111 04 125 129 IV.21161153.2105õi.mj 



.,1. 


l\IAY lIAS THIRTY-OXE DAY
. 


[IS49. 


FAll.lnEHS' AND GARDI'
NF.RS' CALENDAR. 
1'viA Y is decidedly the busiest month of the year to the fdrmer in Canada. The climate of 
this conntry does IIOt often permit the important operations of sowing and planting to be per- 
formed in April. ,. The fro;;t is now, howe\'er, out I)f the ground." The seed of Su gar-beet 
and Mangel Wurtzel which has been previously soaI\:ed in ",,'atenòbouJd be sown; the sowing of 
S\\'ede
 may proceeù at once, or he defelTpd until the first week in June. In the middle of the 
month, Indian Corn may be planted in hills, manured with farm-yard manure and wood-ashes. 
Jerusalem Artícho1..es thrive in any soil, but when oure planted, are difficult to eradicate. 
Farm-yards ought to b
 deaw'd. amI the manure piled in heaps, so that the water draining from 
them may be collected in a tank prO\'ided for the purpose, and from time to time thrown upon 
a compost heap near at haud. Too much care cannot be taken of the contents of the farm-yard 
A.t the close of the month, gypsum may be sown upon clover and meadow lands. 
THE KITCHEN GARDEN,-SOW beans, peas, and plant uut youn!! cabbages, celery plants, 
&c. raised in the hot-bed Sow turnips, carrots, p.lrsnips, potatoes, radishes, spinach, &c, Let 
the beds be kept free fmm wt'eds, and attend to the grafting and pruning of fruit-trees in the 
early part of the month. If the fly attack the youn
 turnip or cabbage plants, strew them 
with the refuse lime of the gas-works, or with ashes and :;;001. A t the dose of the month, 
mp.lons and cucumbers may be transferred from the hothed to carefully prepared hills. 
IUKI'F.OICUI...O(,.aC_"-L 'I'AIUÆ FOR nIAY. 


Mean Temperature. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . 
j.\1edn Highest Temperature ....... ... 
:\leal1 Lowest Temperature. .,...... .... 

Iean Elasticity o(Yapour.... ....... 
Mean HumiJitv of the Air. . . . .... . . . . 
Average QuaJitÌty of Rain............. 
A verage Quantity of Snow. . . . . . . . . . . 
Night Frosts,........ . . .......... '" 
Do'? I voal 
Mon. V\'eek. 


1 
2 
3 
-1 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
, 12 
13 
I-l 
15 
16 
17 
I 18 
1 19 
20 
1 21 
2:2 
23 
I ' 2-1 
2"> 
t 2f) 
[ I 

 
3Æ) 
31 


Tues. 
Wed. 
Thur. 
Frid. 
Satur. 
SIII1. 
1\lon. 
Tues. 
Wed. 
Thur. 
Frid. 
Satur. 
81111. 
1\1011. 
Tues. 
\\' ed. 
Thur. 
Frid. 
Satur. 
Sltn. , 
Mon. 
Tues. 
Wed. 
Tbur. 
Frid. 
Satur. 
Sun. 
l\Ion. 
Tues. I 
\V eel. I 
ThuT. 


BeJuarll:able Days. ,",",-,c. 


'Vestern Assizes begin. I 
Dalhousie Assizes begin. 
Jamaica discoverfod, Ì4!:J.:t. I 
Siege 01 Quebec raised, 1776. 
Napoleon died, 1821. 
4th Su,ntlay after Easler. [m. bef.3 A.
r., 
Brock AssiLes begin. 0 Full !\loon 101 
Home and Bathurst Assizes begin. i 
Test. and Cm poration Acts rep'd 1828. 
London Assizes lwgin. 
Talbot Assizes begin, 
Battle of Ramilies, 1705. 
Rogation Sunday. 
Yaccination firs! tried, 1796. 
<I Last Quarter 13 min. 11a5t 5, A.M. 
Hattie of Aibeura, 1811. I 
Ascension Day, 
Huron Assizes begin. 
Sir C. Hagot died, 18-13. , 
Sunday afler Asccnsion. Cc1umbusl 
died, 15U6. 
. New )10011 HI min. past 2, A. M. 
Welling-ton Assizes lh>gi{l. 
Queen Viclorid born, 1819. 
Paley died, 180;). 
Calvin died, 1.J6-!, 
Pentecost. \\ hit Sunday. 
D :nrst Quarter 6 min. past 6, P. 1\1' j 
Prin
p
s Sop,hia .i\lalilda bùrn, 1773. 
\rictona Assizes begllI. 
Dr. Chalmers died, 18H. 


Toronto, I GreenWiCh, Nicolet, 
U. C. England. L. C. 
000 


522 
76,8 
2R.6 
0.285 
71 
2,966 In. 
o 
3 


53,8 
76.1 
37.2 
O.3.H 
H:.J 
1.792 In. 
o 


52.7 
73.3 


IUelnO'l'anda. 



1
"9.] 


lUA Y BEGI
:S O
 TGE8DA Y. 


[J.5. 


!Jay ::;un. I _ .;;::: )1oon Rises or 8ets 
f - - I APp.:Noon ',::> 
0, I . shewing Sun's '" 0 Moon's 

 r. Toronto. ;\,ontreaJ. the I:fI. of Declin'n g Z Dcclin- Toronto. Muntrea) I 
I TUlle. 
o[th. 
 <: ation. __ - Toronto. Montreal. 
- I Ri>oe!;I::;e
. l l{I,*S ::;ct;o. _ _
_
 
(.t;o. 
I 'D. h. liL.,h, 11l.11L. IlL. h. lIt,l h. /It. s. 0 " U.':>' I h, 711. It. lit. I JJ I '" 
121-157657-15370111 51) 551511.3' 8,7 716n 204m 2 (j7m 
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112214 56:ô 58 -1 5:17 0211 56 48!15 29.41 9.7 3 11 2 36 ;1. 28 
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'123 -1 ;).Hi 5
-15uì 0.1 II '}6 4111') 47'1'10.7 1 057s 3 U8 309 ----- 
:1
-l:-1 .')37 Û(),-1 4U 7 U5,lI 51) 3;),16 4.5,11.1 4 5::} 3 38 3 37 
1:!5'4 627 01'-1 477 OL II 56 29 1 16 21.612.7 8 47 4 07 4 0;) 
í126'4 50;7 U2:-1 45'7 OÎ/ll 56 2-116 38.5' , '13.712 08 Ri
es. Rises. 
121:4 49 v 03:-1 4-117 0811 56 20 1 16 55.114.7 1 14 56 7 41 a 7 44 a 
12
-t 4770;)'-143709:11 56 16,17 11.4 ) 15.71701 837 841 
1 1294 -16'7 06-1 -117 U!11 56 13
17 27.516.718 21 9 29 9 34 
,1:{(J -t 4.},7 07i-1 40'7 12;11 56 10 17 43.2'17.718 50 10 20 10 25 
1131 4 4-17 08.t 397 13,11 56 8,17 58.6 1 18.7 18 2;) II 07 11 12 
,132 -t -13 ì m.I,-1 3H 7 14:11 56 6'18 13.819.717 08 11 49 11 j-1 
U3
, 4 -l27 1O! 377 l.Úl 56 5,18 
 6 1 20.7:14 59 morn'g. morn'g. 
'13
 -1417 11'-1 367 16;11 56 5,1843.121.712 ()4 026m 033m 
1'13.) -l 4U 7 12 1 1 3-17 1811 56 5,18 57.322.7 8 27 1 05 1 08 
.136 -1 397 13 -t 33 1 7 191 1 11 56 6;19 11.223.7 4 17 s 1 38 1 40 
1374 31) 7 1,1 -l 32;7 2011 56 719 24.8 1 24,7 0 16n 2 11 2 13 
,13.... .1 377 ]5!-1. 31:7 2111 56 !
:19 38.U 25.7 457 245 2 -t3 
'139 -1 3fi7 16-1 30' i 7 :!:MI 56 12,19 51.0.:!6.7 9 30 3 19 3 18 
:140 -l 3;) 7 17,-l 29 7 23
1l 56 15'20 3.5:27.713 30 3 56 3, 54 
11-11 -1 347 H< 1287 24111 56 18,20 15,828.7 1 d Sets Sets. 
1 1 -12 -t 337 191-.} 27!7 2;),11 56 23:W 27.6 0.4,16 37 7 3-1 a 7:38 ij 
'143 -l 3:! 7 20,-l :!b'7 2(j'l1 56 
7 20 39.2 1.-l!18 27 8 41 8 -l6 
;1-1-l-l 32722-1 2.}17 W!l1 5633:20 50.4 2.41
 51 944 949 
1-1') 1 -1 31 7 :l3 -1 25 7 2
h 1 56 38':!1 1.2 3.4117 50 10 38 10 43 !\LT. GrecllW. 'l'oroUtD. 
,l-16 -l 307 2-1,-1 2-1'7 30! I 1 56 41121 1-1.6 4.4115 37 11 25 11 29 d 3 I h ß ' l m l ' 5 
' 3 I,. 5 
: . 
1'- I <)') - 0- , ')01- 31 I 1 _ 6 51 .
 I " 1 8 5 4 ' 12 2 " , , I. -.' IU ,) em.' 
....t... _JI 4<).." :...

I I :J 1- _. 1 
, morng. morng 1:!123542.3 7 )\)elll i 
11-l8 1 -1 2H 7 2::;:-1 22,7 32,11 5fi 58,21 31.5 fjA I 8 4;) 0 05 m 0 08 l1J 19 U 3U -IO.t! 9 14 em: 
14!:J 1 2R7 2t5-1 217 33'11 67 ö2140.8 7.4 441 039 041 2(j162,;;J1.:! 111lgem. / 
15U-1 27727-121:7 33;11 57 1-t
21 49.8 8..J 029n 112 1 13 / 11. 





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-llli h7 22121 5K.-l 9,4 337s 1 42 1 42 IIV. 1l1457
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MOON'S PHASES. 
d. h. 1n. 

 Fun !\-Joon, .. . .. 6 14 50 
([ Last Quarter, ... ]4 17 13 
Ð Kew Moon, ....21 14 19 
1> First Quarter, . .. 28 6 6 
([ A p\Jge
, ....... 9 4 0 
<I Perigee, ........ 22 1 0 


Sernidiameter ilt Greenzcich, ,lIlean 
"'OQ7t. 
-Date. Of :-:un. Of Moon. 
'" ,,, 


1 
10 
20 
30 


15 53.0 
15 51.0 
15 49.0 
15 47.3 


15 30.3 
14 43.3 
16 28.2 
15 6.7 


QUEBEC. 


Sun. 


Twilight. 


a; 

 Rises. Sets. Begins Ends 
A A. M. )J. 'I. 
----- 
h.m. h.m, h.m. h.m. 
1 -t 50 7 04 2 39 9 14 
10 436 7 16 2J7 9 35 
2U 4 2.3 7 
7 1 3-1 9 59 
30 4 16 7 38 1 33 10 22 


1st OF lolAY. I 15th OF l\lAv. 
P L
= ;TS 1 ;\leridian I 
;e

- I Dec). I Meridian I l

;

- I Decl. 
iHon. 61On. 
-- -,;:;;::- .It. ?n., !
 h. m. -I 
. 1ll. I
 

 Mere. A .:\lorn lI
g ðt ar. .'\n E\'elnIu g Stlar. 
tVenus. An EvenUJgStlar. A MorninO' Star. 
t Jfars. 8 38m:23 16 S 6 18 822m'23""55 S 2 10 
2! Jupit'r 6 25 a 9 0-1- N17 45 fi 3.) al 9 09 N17 22 
,?Saturn. 9 37m 0 15 S 0 39 8 48D1 1 0 20 S 0 OS 
J;tfUran's1049m 127 N832 j 951m 130 N849 
,1\eptuof'. · 
I Pole Star on the Meridian on the 15th, 9h. 29m. 42s. L. 


HALIFAX, N. S. 


i FREDERICTOX, N. B. 


Sun. 


Twilight. 


Sun. 


Twilight. 


Rises. Sets. Begins Ends I Rises Sets. Eegins Ends 
A. M. P. M. A. M. P. M. 
-\- - 
h.m. h. m. h.m. h.m. ' h. m. h.1/t. h. m. h.m. 
4 5.1 7 00 2 52 9 1 I 4 52 7 02 2 4.t D 9 
4 42 7 10 2 40 9 12 4 39 7 13 2 2-1 9 29 
4 31 7 21 2 14 9 38 4 28 '7 24 2 1 9 51 
4 23 7 31 1 58 9 56 4 18 7 36 1 41 10 13 


TWILIGHT. 


h. 77'. h. m. Ii, m, h. 'm. 
IJ I 
 
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 I 
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 8 

 
20:222 1 9301206 946 
30 ' 1 0'" 9 4
 I 1 49 10 06 


ECLlI'SE'3 OF 


JUl1itt>f's Satellites, 



I , 
,IG.J 


JUNE HA
 'THIRTY DAYS. 


[IS49. 


FAIC,lUEUS' A
D GARDENERS' <JALENDAC. 
No labour should be spared during this month in clearing fielòs of weeds. The spots where 
the crops appear to have failed oUlSht to be examined, the cause of the failure ascertained if 
possible, am! a IJote made of it ill the memorandum book. Inefficient drainage will prohably 
prove to be the source of the evil. Let the root crops be well thinned-the young plants oUl!ht 
not to be less than ten or twelve inches apart. if ,Mangel Wurt
el, Sugar Beet or Turnips. 

 'wedPS and Buckwheat may be sown about the middle of the month. Inòian Corn may be 
arthed either by tbe hoe or with a one-horse plough 11assing- between the rows, and throwing 
the earth upon pach side. When the dew is still on the leaf, sow Gypsum. Let the small drains 
from hollows in the fields be kept well open, or the heavy rains of this season may injuriously 
affect the crops if permitted to lodge. The manure heaps in the farm yard require attention; 
they should be covered with a thin coating of earth, mixed with lime or the reluse charcoal 0 
the blacksmith. The Hay seasun is fast approaching. Every farmer should procure or make 
himself a horse-rake; much time, labour and expense will thereby be saved. 
THE KITCHEN GARDEN.-Early potatoes may now be earthed, and if side shoots appear, 
1 1et them be immediately Cllt off with the hoe l)lant s\lceession beds of cahbages, brocoli, kidney 
[beans, lettuces; weed, thin and sow onions; earth up celery, thin spinach, tie up lettuces, earth 
up peas, ar
d sow frf'sh supplies; loosen the soil round melons and cucumbers, and water the 
former with liquid manure. Destroy weeds as they appear. 
lUE'I'EOROLOGICAL TAIU.E FOR .TUNE. 


I 
1 )lean Tpmperature.. ..,.........., ... 
Mean Highest Temperature ........... 
Mean Lr'l\vest Tempera1ure............ 
!\lean Ela3ticity of Vapour............ 
Mean Humidity of the Ai r. . . . . . . . . . . . _ 
Average Quantity of Rain...........,. 
Average Quantity of Snow. ............ 
Sight Frosts........................, 


Toronto, I Greenwich, Nicolet, 
V.C. England. L. C. 
0 0 0 
60.4 59.1 63.6 
82.5 82.7 82.2 
35.5 42.8 
0.403 0.407 
77 78 
3.571 In. 1.445 In. 
0 
0 


!Jay 
of 
Mon. 


Hay I 
of I 
\V ('elt. 
Frio. I Lord Howe's victory. 1794. 
8atur. Riots in London, 1780. 
Sun. Trinity Sunday. [gium, 1831. 
)10n. Prince Leopold chosen King uf Bel- 
Tues. l\ewcastle Assizf's begin.. Full Moon 
Wed. Corneille b. 160G. [10 m. past 5,P.l\1, 
Thur. Bishop Warburton died, 1779. 
Frid. Pope born, 1688. 
Satur. St. Johns, N. F., bumeri, 1846. 
Slill. 1st Sunda"j after Trinity. 
Mon. Easter Term begil's. 
Tues. New York incorporated, 1665. 
Wed. <I Last Quarter 7 min. past 5, P. l\I. 
Thur. .Battle of Marengo, 1800. 
Frid. N agna Charta signed, 1215. 
Satur. Duke of Marlborough died, 1722. 
Sun. 2nd Sunday after Trinity. 
;,\1011. Battle of \\'atf'rluo, 1
15. U.States de. 
Tues. [elared war, 1812. 
Wed. Quepn \'ietoria's Acce
sion. 1837. 
Thur. . New 1\loon 2 min. l1ast 9, A, )1. 
Frid. ,Machia\'el died, 1527. 

atur. Eastt'1" Term fonds. [in Paris, 18.t8. 
SUII. 3rd Sunday afler Trindy. Insurrect'IJ ' 
!\lon. Battle of Bannockburn, 1314. I 
Tue8. G. \\ bite died, 17!J3. 
Wed. ]) First Quarter 27 min. past 5, A. M. 
Thur. :::iecond great Fire at Quebec, 1843. 
Frid. (28th) Queen Victoria. Crowno:'d, 1828. 
Satur. Sir r. Maitlaud Lieut. Governor, 1820. 


Rcnla:rlinble Days, &c. 


Memoranda 


1 
2 
a 
4 
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6 
7 
8 
SI 
10 
11 
12 
13 
1-1 
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16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
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26 
27 
28 

 
30 



IS-19.] JU

 BEGINS ON FRIDAY. [11 ., 
MOON'S 'PHASES, I 1st OF J'(j'NE. 13th OJ' J'(j'KE. I 
d. ll. m. 
Fun Moon, . . . .... 5 5 10 THE Richt Rluht I 
<i Last Quarter,...... 13 5 7 i'LAKE7
 \ :Ueridian A
cen- Deel. :\Ieridian As

n- . Dccl. I 
. X ew ';\loon, 20 21 2 SIOD. liiioll. J 
I D First Quarter, ..... 
6 17 27 I ' 
: (J. Apogee, _..... ... 5 10 0 -,-
 h, 11/. 
- -;::;;::- h. m. ---;;-;-: 
<.1 PeÚg ee, '..... ... 19 12 0 
 Mere. An Eve,ning St ar, I 1 21 a 6 57 1Y21 4ìl 

 Venus:.\. J\lorn'ing 
t are 11 2!m 2 b9 .LY135Î 1 
Sem idia1lletcr._ a t Gr umciclt lIhl1,t ."oon , Ó .:\Iars.' 8 02 mi 0 42 !I- 2 50 7 45 m ] 21 .LV 6 49 
iMle. 018un. 01' \loon. 2j:Jupit'rl -1 313 a 9 17 /\-16 43 3 50 a 9 26 If16 0 1' 1 
I' ,----,,- ? satllrn l 7 46m; 0 26 N 0 23 654m 0 29 N 0 4
 
1 15 .n.2 1-l58.4 JtlUran's 853m 1 33 N 9 01 800m 1 33 N 9 ]9 1 
10 15 46.1 I! 57.2 
ept une. I 

 :g 
g:: 

 

:
 Pole SIa' on lhe )IHidian on the 151h, 7h. 28m. lh. L. ,I 


, 
QUEBEC. HALlF AX, N. S. FREDERICTOX, N. B. 
SUD. I Twilight. f'un. Twilight. Eun. Twilight. 

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. """. ne.'" En", I R''''.18''.. ---- 
gi nS \. En ds 
Begins I Lnds Rises. Sets. I 
... 'If. P. 'If. A. 
[. P M. A. 
. P. '[. 
I 
 h. m. h. >n. h. m. II
1 h. m. -I -- --- I 
h. 1Il. h. m. h.7n. h. m. h. 111. h.m. ' 
I 1 -t 16 7 40 1 29 1 () 26 -l 13 7 33 1 55 ! 10 0 4 18 7 38 1 39 10 16 I 
HI 4 II 1 7 47 I 19 1 10 3" I 4 18 i 7 411 I 40 .10 121 4 1-1 7 4-1 1 
8 10 30 I 
2J 4 11 7 51 1 16 I 0 46 II 4 19 7 44 1 43 110 1
J 41-1 7 48 1 
4 10 38 
30 -1 1-1 7 52 1 2-1 10 43 4 23 7 43 1 50 110 17 4 18 7 48 1 31 10 36 
Do'l Sun. "I:> I 'l"onnR""'
""'11 T\VlLlGII'I'. 
'; App. '- oon, < . 
ot 811cwinu Sun's w = ;\100n'8 I 
P,. Toronro. I Montt"". \he .;q. 'nf n"Hn'n .=, n"Hu. T
onIO. 1Ionhe'" II I Toronto. 11\Iontrcal.I 
_ . . Time. l:Korth. ]
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2 21.:1'l2411 03 3 11 3 0" -1_,-__ , 
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156 , -1 2.],7 3i -1 1
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I 1 1
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137 -l 2..7 3214 H 7 3Jlll 58 2ù:Z2 41.9,15.418 53 1 8 17 (j 1 8 22 all:!1 1;).3 10 to7 1 :J'J,1O 3J 
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J 11 " 1') 12110 10 Ofi 1 ,'" III 2
 
15D/-1 2-t 7 3111 1 iF 41J! 11 fi8 4222 53.:! 17, i 17 51 9 4 I 9 5-1 j 
160,-121,73,.1, 171741 1 11 58 5-12
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 18.41600 1 10 3') 110 3-1 
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3 3,(>19.-1;1:32211 0611110 II 
J 16214 237 3.) -1 wl7 42 11 59 17 23 ï.:" '")().-J to 0-1 11 41 It 41 
' j W3,1 237 36 -t Ifjl7 42 1 J1 59 29 
3 11.1 1 21.1 6 11 morn'g.!morn'g, OJ 
16-t , 4 237 3b l .! l1i l 7 43.11 594223 1-1- 224 1 3ts 0 12m 0 l
m 
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14 2
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lti7 -1 23 7 3h1 lÖ!7 44 I 
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.'j,-Ill 29 1 51 1 49 
116
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3 27.i l 21115 -- 9 
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1 17 
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1ì;4
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: 23,c ,).1i fi 27 11 11 11 l;i _ _ _ 
'177-1 
.,7 4!1-t 1:'174712 :! 2913 -21.! (i.i' 
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11.T.I;1 IIW Tur u. 
17,,42' 740-119,74712 242 11!J. 7.1: 2 (l2s ,J.m'g- morn'g-, I 
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IS.] 


JULY HAS THIRTY-ONE DAYS. 


[18<19. 


FARlTIERS' AND GARDENERS' CALENDAR. 
The farmer is now supposed to have all implements for hay-making provided and in good 
!order. A revolving rake is preferable to a horse rake-one or the other is indispensable in 
this country. The mowers should commence their work as early in the morning as possible, 
Jselecting that part of the field where the grass is thin, and leaving the thicker portion until the 
;dew is evaporated. In harvesting grain, it is better not to wait nntil the grain is completely 
ripe,-a little exposure to the air in shocks will complete the process of ripening during the 
time in which the straw is drying, and thf'reby save the waste vdÜch would otherwise inevitablJ 
result from" shelling." Clover is sufficiently ripe when two-thirds of the heads are of a 
brown color; and if cut in that st.lte, it may be stacked the following day, weather permitting. 
During this busy season, the farmer should not torget the weeds-thistles of various descriptions, 
the dock and the wild camomile, will flower and scatter their seeds, if not cut down. If chess be 
found alTJOllg the wheat, the spot where it grows should be noted, and drained as soon as possible. 
THE KITCHEN GARDEN.-Loosen the earth round the roots of potatoes with a common 
garden fork-continue to hoe about the roots of Indian corn, artichokes, &c. Cabbages may 
be planted, being wen shaded from the sun; water if! the evening it required; keep ganien 
free from weeds; thin fruit trees; gather 1lowering herbs, and dry in the shade; collect seeds 
as they ripen, &c. &c. 


METEOROLOGICAL '''ABLE FOR .JULY. 


Toronto, I Greenwich, Nicolet, 
U. C. England. L. C. 


I) 


o 


o 


;'\lean Temperature. , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 

lean Highest Temperature. . . . . . . . . . . . 
Mean Lowest Temperature............ 
Mean Ela3ticity of Vapour............ 
Mean Humidity of the Air............. 
Average Quantity of Rain............. 
Average Quantity of Suow. . . .. .. . . . . . . 
Night Frosts......................... 
Vili Hay 
I of of Remarkable nays, &c. 
l\lon \Veek. 
---< 
1 Sun. Fourth Sunday after Trinity. 
; 2 ,Mon. (3rd) Quebec tounded, 1608. 
3 Tues. Quar. I;ess. and Dist. C. commences. 
4 Wed. Chateaubriand died, 1848, 
! 5 Thur. .FullMooll, 11 min. past 8, A. 1\'1. 

 6 Frid. Hattie of Maida, 1806. 
! 7 Satut'. Col. Simcoe Lieut. Governor, 1792. 
8 SUI1. Fifth Sunday after Trinity. 
I 9 1\1011_ (8th) Burke died, 1797. 
: 10 Tues. Columbus born, 1447. 
I 11 Wed. Lalande born, 1782. 
12 Thur. Erasmus t1ied, 1536. 
13 Frid. (J. Last Quarter, 9 min. before 2, A.M. 
14 Satur. .:\Lrs, Siddons born, 1755. 
15 Sun. Sixtlt Sunday after Trinity. 
16 ;'\lon. Detroit taken, 1812. 
17 Tues. Michilimacinack taken, 1812. 
18 Wed. Hampden died, 164
. 
19 Thur. .New Moon, 2 mm. before 4, P. M. 
I 20 Frid. Playfair died, 1819. 
!l Satur. Hon. P. Russell, President, 1796. 
22 SIUI. Seventh Sunday after Trinity. 
23 MOIl. Canada Union Bill assented to, 18W. 
24 Tues. Gibraltar taken by the British, 170-1. 
i:J \Ved. BattleofLllndy'
 Lane, 1813. 
26 I Thur. }) First Quarter, 18 min. past 7, P. I\1. 
1.7 Frid. .French Revolution, 1ö30. j 

H 1 Satur. Lord Durham died, 18-10. 
2!1 SliD. Eighth Sunday aftcl' Trinity. 
30 MOll. I Trinity Term Legins. 
31 Tues. (3lJth) Penn died. 1718. 


66.0 
88.8 
42.5 
.476 
i5 
4.0-12 In., 
o I 
o 


60.1 
83.0 
45.4 
.441 
82 
2.712 In 


68.5 
83.8 


Memoranda. 



[19. 


1
tJ9.] 


JULY BEGINS ON SUNDAY. 


1st OF JULY. 


15th OF JULY. 


MOON'S PHASES. 
d. h. m. 
fI Full Moon..... 4 20 11 
<I Last Quarter.... 12 13 51 
. New Moon,.... 19 03 58 
D First Quarter. .. 26 07 18 
Cl Apogee ,....... 2 15 0 
(1 Perigee ........ 17 21 0 
_ _(1 Apogee ........ 30 2 0 
- SlImidialllet er, at G reenwich lVoon. 
- Dare:-- or 
un. Of 1\ loon. 
1- ., 1/ 1/ 
I 
, 1 
10 
20 
30 


15 45.1 
15 45.2 
1.) 43.8 
15.46,8 


14 45,6 
15 18.8 
16 26.3 
14 44.6 


I
BF.C. 
cj 
I Twilight. 
ð I Rises. Sets. I Begins Ends 
r---
_!
"
'- 
I It. m. h. 7n. h. m. h. m. 
; 1 4 16 7 
2 1 20 10 47 
I 10 4 22 7 48 1 36 1U 34 
'20 4 32 7 40 1 58 10 14 
30 4 44 7 30 2 22 9 50 

ay 
t;.
. 
L 
Il'
2 
\183 
184 
1185 
\186 

J87 
1188 
:189 
'UJO 
,191 
jl92 
'193 
: 19-1 
,195 
1196 
"97 
1198 
1 1 99 
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Ol 
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02 
'
03 
:
04 
1
05 
i

; m ' 
:209 
'(210 
1211 
J;l1 


I Sun. 
,!'oronto. Montreal. 1 
,Rises Sets. Rises 
cts. 
I 
'

 h.m. h.m. h. In. 
7 39 4 21 7 461 
4 2
 7 39 4 22 7 46)1 
.t 2!1 7 39 4 
2 7 461 
-l 29 7 39 4227 4.61 
4 30 7 38 -l 23 7 451 
4 30 738 -l 
3 7 451 
-1 32 7 37 4 24 7 451 
4 33 7 31 -1, 26 7 441 
4 33 7 37 -l 26 7 41 1 
4 34 7 36 1 27 7 431 
4 3-1 7 35 4 is 1 421 
4- 35 7 3.) 4 28 7 4
 1 
4 :-16 7 3-1 -1 29 7 411 
4 37 7 3-1 4 30 7 41 1 
-1 38 7 34 -1 32 7 40,1 
4 39 7 33 .t 32 7 401 
4 40 7 32 -1 33 7 391 
440 7 32 -1 31 7 381 
<1 41 7 31 4 35 7 371 
4 42 7 3J 1 3lj 7 361 
4 43 7 29 4 37 7 35 1 
.t 44 728 .t 38 7 341 
1 445 7 27 .t 3') 7 331 
446 7 26 t 40 7 32 J 
-1 47 72:J -t 41 7 31 1 
'-1 ...18 7 2J 4 .I2 7 301 
-149 7 23 443 7 291 
HOr t 44 7 
ll 
4 51 21 t 4b 7 261 
4 52 20 447 7251 
531 19 t 4f; 7 241 


THE Ri"ht I Ri"ht I 
PLANETS Meridian A
c"en- I Decl. Meridian A
c
n- DecL 
SIOn. SIOn. 
------- 


1\,... h.7n. h. 7n. 
 0' It. m. : h. m. 

, m.erc. A l\Iorn ing St ar. 10 44 m' 6 21 

 Venus A Mol'll ing St ar. 8 51 m; 4 26 
t Mars 7 26 m 2 4 ,NIl 00 7 8 m 2 42 
2fJupit'r 2 57 a 9 37 ,N15 8 2 14 a l 9 48 
It Saturn 5 51 m 0 32 I N 0 54 5 00 m 0 33 
l J;!iuran's 6 59m 1 37 N 9 29 6 5 m 1 38 
Neptune. I 
Pole Star on the Meridian 15rl. 5h. 30m. 37s. L. 


o , 


K19 47 
NI8 0 
NJ4 14 
Nl-l 14 
N 0 57 
N 9 34 


HALIFAX, N. S. 


FREDERICTON, N. B. 


Sun. Twilight. 


Sun. Twilight. 


Rises. Sets. Begins Ends 
A. M. P. M. 


Rises. Sets. Begins Enùs 
A. lot. P. M. 
- - -- 
I 
It. m. It. m. h. m. h. m. 
4 19 7 49 1 32 1 10 35 
4 25 7 45 1 46 10 24 
4 35 7 37 2 6 10 6 
4 46 7 28 2 28 9 44 


It. m. It. m. h. m. h. m. 
4 2-1 7 4-1 1 50 10 1 7 
-l 30 7 40 2 2 10 8 
4 39 7 34 2 2U 9 54 
4 áO 7 24 2 41 9 31 


G.> 

 


!\IIoon Riseii or Sel;;'1 


TWILIGHT. 


App. Noon 
shewing Sun's ... \Ioon's I 
Ie Eq. 0 Declin'll g De
lin- Toronto. Montreal 
Time. North. S atIon. _ 

 Set!-. :::et,.. I 
h-:;n. 
s. 0-;- 15: --0-1 7ï:-:m:- 
 
2 3 3023 6.311.115 3

 147m 143m 
2 3 4123 1.912.117 34 2 21 2 17 
2 3 3222 57.113.J 18 -13 2 b8 2 54 
2 4 03 1 22 52.014.118 58 3 43 3 38 
2 4 1322 46.415.118 18 Rises. Rises. 
2 4 23 
 22 40.416.116 48 8 30 a 8 35 
2 4 3322 3
.217.114 26 908 9 12 
2 4 42 2 27.4 18.111 20 9 43 9 46 
2 4 51 \ 122 20.
 19.1 7 38 10 16 10 18 
2 5 0022 12.720.1 3 32 10...17 10 48 
2 5 0822 04.8 
1.1 0 52n 11 ] 8 11 18 
2 5 1621 56.622.1 5 20 11 50 11 49 
2 5 23 1 -21 47.923.1 9 36 morn'g. morn'g. 
2 5 3021 38.924.113 27 0 2::> m 0 22m 
2 5 3621 29.525.116 29 1 0-1 1 00 
2 5 4221 19.7 '6.118 24 1 47 1 43 
2 5 4721 09.627.1 18 56 2 37 2 32 
2 5 52 20 59.1 2 Q .l 18 02 3 35 3 29 
2 5 5720 48.329.1 Ö Sets. 8ets. 
2 6 0 lO, 37.1 0.8 J5 47 7 51 a 7 55 a 
2 6 420 25.6 1.812 30 8 35 8 37 
2 6 620 J3.7 2.8 8 3:! 9 12 Q 14 
2 6 9 20 01.4 3.8 4 J -1 9 44 9 44 
2 6 10 19 49.0 4.8 0 8810 If) 10 15 
2' 6 11'19 36.1 5.8 4 23 10 47 10 .15 
2 6 11 19 22.8 6.8 8 17 111 I 7 11 14 
2 6 11 19 09.4 7.Rlll 46 11 47 11 44 
2 6 1118 35.5 8.8 1 14 38 mom'g. morn'g. 
2' 6 91841.39.81652 O,zlm 017m 
2 f) 7'J8 26.910.818 j!1 0>58 0 33 \ 
2 6 5!18 12.1 11.8H
 55 1 40 1 35 


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i. 
Q 
-<: 

 
..j 

 
------ 
h. m. h. m. It. m.' h. rn. 
1 2 110 6 1 39 10 2tl 1 
10 2 HI 9 56 1.32 10 11-< 

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I 
 

 
 
 lZ 3!
 


FCL1Pii'F.!! OP' 
Jnpitcr's SateHitrß. 


1\1. '1'. tJrt:CCHV' l l urlJJ'w, 
 
d. h. m. B. h. m. 
J.?.o l
 16 51.1; P "'J em 



-J 
1 20.] AUGUS'r HAS THIR'rY-ONE DAYS. [IS49. 1 
! 
' A R lU E R S' A X D GAR DEN E R S' C _"- LEN D A R. I 
The root crops should be particularly attended to dUJ ing this month, and no pains spared tOj 
;destroy weeds with the hoe, as soon as they appear-the operation of hoeing round the root
 
,exercising a beneficial influence upon the crop. Indian corn may again be hoed, and thE' Sid 
 
ishoots of potatoes cut off as they appear. If the soil be not too dry, underground draining ma 
ibe comm",nced; the drain ought to be cut to the depth of three feet, being fifteen inches in 
' , hleadth at the top, and four inches at the bottom. A wooden box, four inches square, may be, 
lail along the bottom of the ,\rain. in preference to pebblps or brush, being more durable than! 
Ithe latter bubstitute, and cheap,'r than the formel'. In place of a square box, a triangular box' 
I restitl g with Its apex inverted upon a four-inch board may be used, and will probably be fonnd! 
less liable to choke with tine earthy particles, than the square box drain. On swampy lands, 
!i.l!Jd lands infested w
th underground Spl i
gs, tbe farmer must exercise great carp in determining; 
j,he cour
e of the dram. As SOOIl as possible let the land be ploughed for fall wheat. I 
: TIlE GARDEN.-Hudding may be performed during this monlh with success; onions gatheredl 
'and hung in some shady spot to dry; celery earthed up; melons watered and the earth loosened! 
l about their roots; weeding, wdtering and gatheriug 01 fruits carefully attended to; nasturtiums1 
nud small cucumbers may be gathered 101' pickling as they att"iJin the proper size ' 



lean Temperature...... _ . , . .. . . .. . . . 
I Mean Highest Temperature..... ..... .. 
,Mean Lowest Temperdture............ 
);Iean Elasticity of Vapour. . , .. . . " . . . 

1ealJ Humidity of the Air.......... . 
:\ verage quantity of Rain. . . ., . . . .. . .. 
A vera
e QuantÏl y of ::;now. . . . . . . . . . . . 
j 
,ïgbt Frr>:"ts _.,......,.............. 
Va)' Day 
of \ of I ReUlarkable Da} s, &c. 
,Mon. \V ('ek. 
__I- 
I \\ ed. Lammas. 
2 Thill'. Battle of the l\ile, 1798. 
3 Frid. .. Full iv..oon,;.!;:' min. before 11, P.l\I. 
4 f'a1ur. 
helley born, 179:!. 
5 8nn. Nillth ðunday afler Trinity. 
6 1\lon. Prince Allred Ernest burn, I8H. 
7 TUes. 
8 Wed. Canning died, lS
7. [French18
0. 
9 Thllr. LOllis Philippe declared King of the 
10 FIÍd. (11) Trinity Term !:nds. 
11 Satur. <I Last QI
al tel'. 15 min. past 8, A.l\l. 
I 12 SIIII.' 'J.'enth Snnnay l
fter Trinity. 
13 I 1\10n. Sir P. 1\1 aitland, I-ieut. Governor, 1818. 
H Tues. Printing invented. 1437. I 
15 1 Wed. I\ apoleon born, 1769. 
lö Thur. A. Marvel died, 1678. 
17 Frid, Dnchess of !Üut born, 17R6. 
18 Satur. . Xew 1\1oon. 16 rf'in. past midnight. ' 
I hi SUII. :r
le1:enth Slwd,y lifter 'í'rinity. I 
:2iJ i\lon. '(19th) the l{oyal George sU(jJ{, 1782. 

l Tiles. Dr. A, Clarke died, It)32. 
t.: \Ved. Warren Bastir:
s dit'd. lR18. 

3 Thur. Kew YOlk ceded to EII
land, 1(iG7. 
:! 1 Frid. Washington taken, 1814. 
::5 Satnr. D FirsHluarter 21 mill. before noon. 
;.:6 fo'nu. '1'u;elflh ðunduyafl.J Trinity. 
:21 I 
'\loll. Baltle of Long Island, li7û. 
t8 Tues. GIOIIUS úit.d, 16 ;,). 
2:) I Wert. I Lockebol'll, lü;m. 
20 t Thur. Pdlt'Y bOJII, 17-13 
;}l I :Frid: LBunÿan l

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E j.'OR AUGL
T. 
Toronto, Green\'. icb, Nicolet, 
U. C. England. L.C. 
0 0 --0-- 
65.2 61.4 67.8 
83.
 82.1 83.3 
44.8 45,7 
.4
J7 .-167 
81} 8,1 
3,1.)1 In. 2. ) tj;! In. 
U 
0 
IUelllOran(la 
, 


iU:EI'EOROJLOGIC
-\.L TAEL 




IS49.] 
I 
I 
I 


AUGUST BEGINS ON \VED
E
DA Y. 


[21.\ 
, 
I 
I PLANETS, Ucridian I A
_ell- Deel. 1:\'leridian A
cen- Deel. I 
I I blon. I 81UII. 
----------1 
I h. m. lit. m. 0 I h. 111. h. m 0' I 

 :.'.ferc. 'lorni'g Star. Xr.lheS. An Eve uiug St ar. 

 venu:" l .-\. J\lorn iug St ar. !J 1 m (j iJ7 .L'f21 0, 
_ t 
\Iars. f) 47m 3 27 17 31:S 628m 4 -l NHJ 39: 
2+Jupit'r 1 20 a,1O 1 13 3 N 0 37 a 10 13 NIt 1\ 
? Saturn 3 53 m 0 33 0 49 N 2 36 m 0 31 1\
 0 35 1 
IJiUran's' 458m 1 3::1 9 361Y <1 U1 m 1 38 N 9 3
i 
.
 e
 tllne.1 I I 
Pole Star 011 the :\Ieridian 15rl. 3h. 29m. 07s. L. I 
HALIFAX, N. S-=--- I FREDERICTON, N. B. I 


MOON'S PHASES, I 1st OF A1JGUST. 15th OF AUGUST. 
d. It. m. 
GÞ Full \Ioon, .. . . . 3 10 3;; I THE 
<r. Last Quarter, .., 10 20 15 I Iti!:!ht Right 


New i\Ioon... ... 17 12 15 
D First Quarter,... 2-1 23 3!J 
<r. Perigee, .. . ..... 1-1 22 0 
<r. Apogee, ........26 18 0 


SemidiamÌ'ter at Greenwiclt NU(J1l 


Date. t_ ( Jt":i-m:-- - 
, 'I 


df \I"un. 


" 


1 }.) 47.1 1-1 47.7 
10 13 4'-;.4 I j 5.2.8 
20 15 50.2 15 44.5 
30 I':; 5:2.1 14 57.5 

 -- 


I 
-" _ Sun. TwiHgbt. I Sun. TwiHghc _ Sun. I TwiHgbC 
... RIses. I Sets. Begins Ends I Rises. Sets. Begll1s I Ends Rises. I Sets. BeglUe End 

 A. 
1. P. M. A. \1. P. 
l. I A. 
l. P. M. 
f----- ---'------ --- 


QUEBEC. 


h.m. h.m. h.m. h.m. h. 'In. It, 'In. h.m. h. m. h.m. h. m. h. m. h.m 
1 <1 -lj 7"27 .2 2!) 9 43 -1: ;)1 7 21 2 43 9 29 4 48 7 2-1 2 32 9 3 9 
10 457 7 13 2 47 9 23 5 01 7 O!) 3 0 910 4 59 ill 2 51 9 1 8 
20 5 09 6 57 3 7 8 59 5 13 6 53 3 18 8 4R 511 {) 5':;- 311 8 5 5 
30 5 22 6 38 3 26 8 3-1 5 2':; 6 38 3 38 8 23 5 09 6 51 3 30 8 31 


1 "loon Ri,;es or 
et8 
: Toronto'lìUontreal 
I
I
 

 I 
 
2 2-l 2 19 m 
3 14. 3 10 
Rises. Rises. 
7 4':; a 7 4!J a 
8 19 8 21 
8 51 8 51 
9 21 9 22 
9 5Z 9 52 
10 27 10 26 
,11 02 10 59 
III 42 III 3
 
morn'g.,morn"g, 
o 28ml 023m 
1 22 1 18 
2 22 2 16 
3 26 3 21 
Sets. 
ets. 
7 05 a 7 07 a 
7 41 7 42 
8 13 8 14 
8 4j 8 44 
9 I.:; 
 H 
9 47 9 H 
10 
1 110 17 
10 56 1 10 52 
11 3H II 31 
morn'g. lIIorll'g. 
o 19 0 1-1 
1 OK 1 03 
2 00 1 53 
2 57 2 53 


Ð
'y _ Sun. I.\pp. Koon , 
 g 

, I shewing Sun's 

Z 'loon's 
r. Toronto. 
Iontreal. the Eq. of Declin'n õ , Ueelin- 
_ _ _ _ Time. North.' 0 ë:: ation. 
Rises ; 
ets. Rises l 
ets, _ _

_ 
D.jh. m'llt. Ill. h. UL It. 111, h. 111. S. 0 1 D' I 0 I 
:213,454;718449172312 6 2,1757.012.818 37s 
214;4537174501 1 72212 558 1 17 41.613.8,17 21 
215' 1 4 5617 16 -I 51 7 211:2 5 5-1 1 17 :26.1 H.t< 13 19 
216458:71445371912 549/1710.113.812 27 
21714 58i7 It4 54,7 1812 5 43il6 54.016.8 835 
2185 007 12 -l 567 Hi!.t 5 37,16 
7.4 17.8 4 57 
1219 ' 5 00 1 :7 114 3,) 7 15112 5 30'16 20.818.8 0 3-1 
1 '220,5 01 7 9 -l ;)7 7 1

ll2 5 23' 16 03.719.8 3 51n 
2
I ,5 037 7 -I 597 11 1:2 5 15 15 46.320.8 8 II 
r: 22i5 0-17 65 00'7 1012 5 fj 15 28,921.812 07 
223 1 5 Of) 7 4;5 O:n 812 4 5715 11.122.815 23 
!22-l5 077 3;; 037 71:! 4 4814 [13.123.8 17 -l2 
225 j 087 25 (Jcl 7 612 4 38 14 3-1.!J 21.818 49 1 
226'5 087 0':; 047 412 42714 Ib.4 2':;.8 18 35 
2:d5 096593 057 *
 1161357.726.81659 
228:5 11,6 575 077 1 1 12 4 4,13 38.8 27.
 14 12 
2
951l6
7508,7 0 1 12 352,131n,72SJì Ö 
230 5 13 6 ;)5.'J 10 Ô 58 12 3 4U 13 00.:2 0 5 10 36 
1231.5 14 ti 525 11 6 5512 3 2612 40.i 1.3 6:!j 
232';; 156 515 11,6 5,") 12 3 lÙ2 20,9: 2.5 1 57 
2:53;)1665051363312 25{)}20ù.9 3.J 226s 
2345 186 4R 5 15 1 6 51 12 2 44 II .10.7, 4.5 6 36 1 
2355 186 465 15'6 4U 12 2 2') 11 2,1.-1, 5.5 10 18 

36;5 196 435 Hi 6 48I:l 2 1:
 l0 5
.8 6.513 31 
:2371521'6 43fi 1
 64512 1 57!1O 39.1 1 7,;' 16 2 
1 238 1 3 236 415 20,li .1312 1 41 ]() 18.3 8.;
 17 48 , . 
239,5 236 395 20 (j 42 12 1 2-1 9 5ì.2 9..) 18 41 
:2-10'5 2-16 385 216 4(J 12 1 7 1 9 3G.1 10 518 -18 1 
211:.) 266 365 2-1'6 3S12 049 9 1-1.811bI7 57 
24.25 27
) 3:>;) 2;) {; 3712 0 31 8 53.212.316 13 
243,5 27 1 6 335 23:6 3512 0 131 8 31.613,513 37 


TWILIGHT. 


I 
Toronto. Montreal., 
.:; 3 ,.. ' ,
i I OJ i ,
i '" J 
_ 
' I "S' 
 'g":1 
:::'J -< ;;:: I'. I::< -< 
 I'. 
- --- - '-- 
.2.m I II.m. h.m, h.m. 
1 2 4!J 9 23 2 36 9 36 
lU3 ij 942.).)1913 
211 3 2'2 1 8 43 13 J4 1 R 5
 
30 3 42 ,
 19 I 3 32 8 2!J 


The 
atellit('e of JUl'iw 
not vis:ible, Jupiter l.ciu' 
too near the Sun. 



122.J 


SEPTEIUBER HAS '!'HIRTY DA Y8. 


., 
[IS49. 


I FAHIUEKS' AND GARDENERS' CALENDAR. 
The one important operation to the Canadian farmer, during this month, is the sowin
 0 
Ifall wheat. Above all other considerations the draining of the land should be attended to, and 
Îno hollows left in the field without some oullet for surface water to escape. Six or seven inches 
'is the least depth to which the plough should be made to penetrate, if the soil will admit of it. 
IIn good husbandry wheat is never sown after wheat, oats or barley; }leaS, clover, &c., and the 
'root crops, are the proper precursors of whe:it. Manure sparingly with farm-yard manure and 
llimf', abundantly if possible with wood or peat ashes. If the soil be of a clayey or sandy 
I 'nature, or a vegetable mould, marl strewn over the field will have a very beneficial f'ffect, 
under ordinary circumstances. Great care ought to be taken in selecting Seed, and every pre- 
icaution used to have it free from the seeds of weeds and smut, by car
ful sifting. and steeping 
jin strong brine, rolling it immediately afterwards in lime, and sowing as soon as possi ble., 
I Indian Corn may be harvested during this month, the leaves and stalks being preserved for 
I fodder. 
I THE KITCHEN GARDEN.-Finish gathering pot herbs; earth up celery; take uj) Jerusa- 
Ilem Artichokes as wanted; take up potatoes for storing in a dry cellar or root house where the 
:frost cannot penetrate, hoe advancing turnips; apples, &c. may be gathered as they ripen, 
;cure being taken not to bruise them. 


i 
: Day Day 
I of of 
IMon. Week. 
-- 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
2-t 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
1 30 


Satur. 
Sun. 
.Mon. 
Tues. 
Wed. 
Thur. 
Frid. 
Satur. 
Sun. 
)1011. 
Tues. 
Wed. 
Thur. 
Frid. 
Satur. 
SUIl. 
Mon. 
Tues. 
Wed. 
Thur. 
Frid. 
Satur. 
SUIl. 
Mon. 
Tues. 
Wed. 
Thur. 
Frid. 
Satur. 
SUIl. 


IUETEOKOLOGH:AL 'I'ABLE FOR SEP'I'E:JIBER. 


'l.orùnto, 1 Greenwich, Nicolet, 
U. C. England. L. C. 
o 0 0 


Mean Temperature ................... 
Mean Highest Temperature. . . . . . . . . . . . 
Mean Lowest Temperature,....... . . . , 
:\1ean Elasticity of Vaponr ............ 
)Ilean Humidity of the Air. ............ 
A verage Quantity of Rain...... . . . .. .. 
A verage Quantity of Snow. . . . . . . . . . . . , 
.vight Frosts ...... ... .., ......... 


57.7 
80.5 
32.6 
.393 
82 
4,797 In. 
o 
5 


57.7 
78.3 
36.6 
.432 
88 
2.110 In. 


57.9 
76.6 


Remarliable Days. &c. 


1Uemoranda. 


Queen Victoria visited Scotland, 1842. 
Thirteenth Sltnday after Trinity. 
.FuJl Moon, 1 m. past noon on the2d. 
Hiver Hudson discovered, 1609. 
The Boxel' capturer!, 1814. 
Lafayette born, 1757. 
Hannah More died. 1833, 
(9th) <i. Last Qr. 22 min. before 2 P.M. 
Fourteenth Sunday aftel' Tr;nity. 
VV-estern and Niagara Assizes. 
Thomson born, 1700. 
Battle at Korth Point, 1814. 
C. J. Fox died, 1806. 
Moscow burnt, 1812. 
Malta taken, 1800. 
Fiftee1lth Sunday aftel' Tl'inity. 
(16th). Xe\\' 1\1,15 m befOl'e 1l,A.M. 
London District Assizes. 
Lord Sydenham died, 1841. 
Demerara taken, 1803. 
J.\-lidland District Assizes. 
Dr. Boerhaave died, 1733. 
Sixteenth Sundayaftel' T1'inity. 
D First Quarter, 7 min. past 6, .A. M. 
t;ore District Assizt's. 
Brainard died, 1828. 
Nelson born, 1758. 
Second voyage of Columbus, 1493, 
Michaelmas. 
Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity. 



1. 849 ] 


L23. 


SEPTE:\IBER BEGINS OX SA'rCRDA Y 


MOON'S PHASES, 
d. h. m. 

 Fulll\Ioon, . . . . . . . . 2 0 1 
I ([ Last Quarter,_..... 
 1 3
 
.NewMoon,........ 10224') 
D First Quarter,. '" .. 23 18 07 
<I Perigee, .......... 10 17 0 
<I Apogee, . . .. ." .. 23 13 0 
Semidia'nteter, aJ, GreelllDich Noon. 
Date. Of SUII. Of 1\'10011. 


J /I J II 


1 
10 
20 
30 


15 52.8 
15 55.0 
1;) 57.6 
16 0.3 


15 13.4 
16 8.9 
13 4.9 
15 32.7 


QUEBEC. 


1st SEPTEMBER. 


15th SEPTEMBER. 


THE Ri
ht I Right 
PLANETS Meridian A
cen- \ Decl. Meridian A
cen- Decl. 
slOn. SlOn, 
--- 
h. m. h. m. 0 J h. m. h. m. 0' 

 .Mere, -\n Eve ning- St ar. 1 14 m 12 54 S 6 57 

 Venus, A Morn ing St ar. 9 :17 m 9 05 N16 32 
t Mars. 603m 4 4fì N21 31 5 40m 5 17 N22 33 
2+ J upit'r 11 44m 10 27 NlO 41 1 11 OOm 10 38 N 9 35 
TtSaturn 145m 0 28 N 0 10 048m 0 24 S 0 15 
ftlUran's 255m 1 37 ]It 9 27 ] 59m 1 36 N 9 18 
Neptune. 
Pole Star 011 the Meridian 15d. Ih. 27m. 298. L. 


HALIFAX, N. S. 


FREDERICTON, N. B. 


Sun. Twilight. Sun. Twilight. Sun. Twilight. 
a) 

 Rises. Sets, Begins End.. Rises. Set.'!. Begins \ Ends Rises. Sets. Begins I Ends 
0 A. I\I. P. I\I. A. -.r. P. M. A. M. P. )1. 
--------- -------- 
h.m. h. m. h.m. h.1n. h. m. h.m. h. m. h.m. h. m. h. m. h.m. h.1n. 
1 5 26 6 34 3 30 8 29 5 28 6 32 3 3S 8 21 5 27 6 33 3 33 8 26 
10 5 37 6 17 3 46 8 8 5 38 6 16 3 52 8 1 5 37 617 3 48 8 [) 
20 5 49 5 57 4 0 7 46 5 49 5 57 4 7 7 39 5 49 5 57 4 4 7 43 
30 6 03 5 37 4 17 7 23 6 00 5 40 4 20 7 20 6 03 5 37 4 18 7 22 


Moon Rises or Sets. 


S 
 
D
fY un. App. Noon < 
shewin!! Sun's II> Moon's \ 
 - 
Y'r. TorontE>. Montreal. the Eq. 'Of Declin'n õ JJeclin- Toronto. Montreal - 
T N & SOt Toronto. Montreal. 
Rises, Sets. Rises l Sets. ime. . ':E a ion. 
 :Sets. 
_!__I_I_

--- -- 
D. h. m.lh. nL. h. m.'h. m. ! It. m. s. lJ N.' D. 0' h. lIt h.11l. . 
 i 
 . I 
2-145 29:6 315 27'6 3311 59 55 8 09.914.510 17s 357m 35-1m 7;j '
. .g 
 '

 
 i, 
245 5 31 \6 29.J 29'6 31,11 59 36 7 48.015.5 6 21 Rises. Rises. 
 
 -< 
 
 
 -< 
 
 I 
2-1ö 5 31 6 2715 2
'6 2!:111 59 17 7 25.9 16.:"> 2 04 7 24 a 7 24 a - - ---I-- 
2-175 326 265 30:6 2811 58 57 7 03.817.5 226n 7 56 7 55 1 
'41 
.
. 
.;. 
.
.: 
1 248 5 346 2415 32,6 26 11 58 37 6 41.6 18.5 6 52 8 29 8 28 10 3 55 7 58 3 5
 H 3: 
2495 3462215 32;62-111 58 17 6 19.219.511 00 904 902 20 4 H 7 3
 4 3744 
2505 356 21 1 5 34,6 2211 57 57 5 56.720.514 30 9 4
 9 39 30 421 7I!:J 4 If' 721, 
251 5 366 19i5 36'6 2011 57 37 5 34.121.517 05 10 20 10 21 
2525 386 16'5 376 17 1 11 57 17 5 11.522.518 35 111 16 11 11 
253 5 396 15 'J 3R
6 16 11 56 56 4 48.723.5 18 50 morn'g. morn'g. 


 g :

 
îg 

I
 

,

 

 
g : 

:
I
;:
 

 

 
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m 
2565 4:{,6 9 1 5 426 10 1 11 55 54 3 39.9126.512 17 2 17 2 13 
2575 446 8 1 ,) 436 9 11 55 33 3 16.8 1 127.5 8 21 3 25 3 22 
258 5 44 1 6 65 436 7 1 11 55 12 2 53.828.5 4 01 4 3-1 4 3] 
259 5 45'6 5\5 45,6 5 \ 11 54 51 2 30.6'29.5 Ö Sets. Sets. 
260 5 47;6 25 47 1 6 2 11 54 30 2 07.4 1.0 0 27 s 6 42 a 6 4t a 
261 5 48 \ '6 0 \ 5 186 0 11 54 09' 1 44.1 2.0 4 48 7 14 7 13 
2fi2 5 49,5 59 5 49
5 59 1 11 53 48 \ 1 20.8 3.0 8 46 7 45 7 42 
2635 4915 575 49'5 5711 53 27 0 57.3 4.012 16 8 17 8 14 
2645 51 5 55 1 :5 515 3511 53 06 0 34.0 5.013 07 8 52 8 48 
2655 535 535 53 1 5 5:1 11 52 45 1 0 10.6 6,017 14 9 31 9 26 
I S. 
2665 535 515 535 51 11 52 24 0 12.8 7.0 18 31 10 13 10 08 
267 5 54:5 5015 5-1'5 50 11 52 04 1 0 36.2 8.0 18 57 10 59 10 54 
26R 5 56!5 48() 565 48 11 51 43 0 59.6 9.0 18 29 11 49 11 4-1 
269 5 575 43 1 5 57,5 4511 51 23 1 23.1!1O.0 17 07 morn'g. morn'g, 
2705 58'5 44,5 58,5 4411 51 02 1 46,5'11.014 52 044m 0 39m 
Ûl 5 595 43 1 5 59'5 4311 50 42 2 09.9 1 12.011 51 1 43 1 38 
272 6 00!5 40 1 6 005 4011 50 23 2 33.2):3.0 8 09 2 44 2 41 The 8atellitcs of JUf.it.crl 
273601,5 39i6 025 3811 5003,256.5114.0 355 3 47 3 45 

n






J
tler Lcillg, 


TWILIGHT. 



1 24 . 
! 


OCTOBER HAS THIRTY-O
E DAYS. 


[IS-19. 


FARMERS' AND GARDENERS' C..\.LEND..1R. 
I Root crops ought now to be secured, and protected in such a manner that, while the frost 
does not affect them, decomposition m
,y not set in. This can be conveniently acccompli
hed 
:by piling them 'when dry in heaps, and strewing a layer of straw over them, covering the 
whole with earth; two small orifices should however be left, one at the bottom and the 
'other at the top of the heap, in order to permit the occasional access of fresh air, and allow the 
escape of moisture, and whatever impure air may be created by the slow decomposition, ,,'hich 
. ill\'ariably takes place to a greater or less degree. The small orifices should be loosely co\'ered 
\\ ith straw. Jerusalem Artichokes may remain during the \rinter in the glOund without 
fear of injury. Whatever ground is to be devoted to spling crops, should be ploughed during 
this month. 
I THE KITCHEN GARDE
.-GathelÍn
 of apples should now be completed; a1l bruised and 
unsound fmit given to hogs. 1n packÎl.g apples care must be takpn to prevent hruisilJ2, a 
iSIng le bruised apple may destroy the contents of a barrel; the season for transplanting trees is 
now ani ved ; a careful selecti{)l1 is a great objfct, and rf'quires much judgment and caution. 
I Vacant gl ound should he spaded and trenched, in order t1.at the frost may pul vel ize the soil. 
,Seeds gathel'f>u aud labelled; asparagus beds clp.ared, and a coating of f<lrmyard manure 
: thrown O\'er them. 
i 
I 
i 
, 


IUE"I'.!EOROLOGltJ..\.L '.I'ABLE FOR OC"I'OnEIl. 


Mean Temperature...........,......, 
Mean Highest Temperature..........., 
I y[ean L?we
t . Temyprature. . . . .... . . . . 
Ii\lean J.lastlCIty ot Vapour.. . . , . . . . . . . 
Mean Humidity of the Air............. 
I Average Quantity of Rain............. 
Average Quantity of SrJOw.......... __ 
I Day I Day 
, of of ItCluarkable Days. &c. 
1 1 l 1\[on Johnstown Dist.Assizes.[past I2midn. 
; -":. :::::: Dj,!.Coun,;J, meet.eFuU Mooo 16m. 
3 Wed. I'rinr.:e Ed \,-anl DistlÏd Assizes. 
I 4 Thur: Home District Assizes. 
5 Frid. Battle of the Thames, 1813. 
I () Sa tnI'. Louis Phillippe born. 1773. 
'; Sun.. 18tft Sltlll 1 ay ajZa Trinity. 
I 8 l\I on. Viet. aml East. Dist. Assizes. ([ Last 
i 9 Tnl's. t!uart. 27m. past 7 P.,.\'l. 
'10 Wed. Benjamin West born, 1738. 
'11 Thur, The .Bahamas discovered, 1492. 
1
 FJid, Penn born, 17,1;). 
13 Sa'ur. Gen. Broek killed, 1812. 
14 SUII. 19th Sunday aftel' Trinity. 
i 15 :.\1011. Neweas. and Ot. Dist.A"szs aXew M. 
16 Tues. KOSCiUSko died,1817.[ .tm.beJ.l2 midn. 
17 Wed. Organs first used in churches, 660. 
18 Thur. 
jmcoe District Assizes. 
19 Frid. Dalhousie DISt:ict Assizes. 
20 1'atur. Battle of Kavarino. 1827. 
21 SUII. 20th SUllda!! uj1er Trinity. 
:::2 Mon. Colborne Distlict Assizfs. 
I 23 Tues. )-las<;;acre of Irish Protestants, 1641. 
t"::4 Wed, D Firstqnalter 13m.before2A.M. 
I 23 Thnr. lJc.lthurst District Assizes. 
:!ô Frid. Battle of Chateauguay, It;13. 
I 27 Satur. Capt. Cool... born, 17:!8. 
I ' 28 S 1111. 21st Sunday (
ncr Trinity. 
29 lilon. Battle of FOI t r:rie, 1812 
I 30 Tues. Dr. Cartwright died, 1823. 
31 W pd. ('\ !ul
 
I_o
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2_

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.
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Toronto, Greenwich, :Nicolet, 
U. C. Englanù. L. C. 


o 


o 


o 


438 
67.2 
21.2 
0.242 
82 
2.970 In. 
2.9 In. 


47,9 44.3 
65.8 623 
29.9 
0.314 
90 
3.047 In 


IUernoralula. 



, 
ISt9.] 


OCTOBER UEGIXS OX l\IOXDA Y. 


[2ð 
 


MOO N'S PHA SES. I 
Full :\100n, . . . .. d i ;2 
n6 II 1st OCTOBER. 13th OCTOBER. 
<I Last Quarter, . .. 8 7 27 THE I I Rir:ht I I I I 
New .:Yloon, .... 15 11 56 II PLAXETS I Meridian I ' As.rC . 'II- Deel. I tJeridian .
:l
:
- Dee!. 
D First Quarter, . .. 23 13 -17 SIO.I. sion. 
FuH}Ioon,.....302;
2!) ---- \ ----!-- 
<I Perigee,........ 5 17 0 II I 
I. lI!
 I ii: III. h. 1n. h. 'Ill. !, h. m., 0' 
<I Ap"gee, .......2110 0 
 :\Ierc.,Anf.vel1l11gStar. Ai\lorn,lIlg 
tar 
I=- =-- - -- - - -- II t Venu5.1.\ )lorn ing 
1 ar. 9 -17 In 11 2-1 N 5 22 
1 Semi"iameter f't GTtentci c1
 Nou n._ t }Iars.',j gm , 5 '
9IL\
23 17 43jm 6 9 lY2344 
i -D-:it Of !'UI1, O
I\
 2,( Jupit'r 10 10 m 10 ;)1 ,,) 8 21 
) 
G m 11 1 ^
 7 20 
, ,,, I ? Saturn. lll 37 a l 0 20 I SO 4,j 10 31) a 0 1fj S 1 9 
1 16 0.6 154.1.0 / wuran's i 05,jm 1 33 S 9 ti l l1 J-1 a 1 31 N 85-1 

3 

 
:
 

 

:r i\eptUlw, - __ __ I 1_ 
30 16 8.7 16 16.0 Pole Star on the Meridian 13th, P. "I., 11lt. 
;m. -10s. U. 



 
C; 
A 


QUEBEC. 
Sun. Twilight. 
Rises. Sets. ßegins Ends 
A. M. P. M. 
1- - - - 
h.m. h.m. h.m. h. 111. 
6 0-1 5 3i 4 18 7 21 
6 19 5 15 4 31 7 03 
6 31 <1 5!) 4 4--1 6 45 
6 5-1 --1 41 4 57 6 29 


HALIF.\X, X. S. 


FREDERICTOX, N. B. 


:::un. 


Twilight. 


Sun. 


Twilight. 


I I 
g 
30 
I D 
un. I fL . , 
I ay \pp. Noon < g 
or I she'" ing 
Im's 
rn _0 'Toon's 
Y r. Toronto. Montreal. the Eq. of!neclin'l1 g 
 Vcelin- 
_ -- _ _ Tillie. I 
outh. :=;;; I ation. 
Ri:;es 8ers.iH.lst$' :;ets, .-; 
D. II. m. h.m. h. m. ,
1 h. lit. s. 
iV:- 0-,- 
1 2746 0.>5 37'6 04=> 36'11 49 3,-) 3 1!J.9 , 150 039n 
2i56 C,15 :n ' 6 OJ.) 3-111 4J 16 1 3 43.1 W.I J 5 16 
1:2766055 33606[5 3:!:1l 4858 -1 6.511.01938 
12776 065 31:6 D7,5 3U;11 48 40 -1 29.518.0 / 13 30 
2786 075 2B 6 085 2fj II 48 2
 4 52.719.016 30 
12796 085 28'6 105 2t/ll 4-; 0-1: 5 15.820.0 ' 18 2.1, 
12806 105 266 11'5 2,jlll 47 L1Ï 5 :;
.8'21.0 1 19 02 
1:'316 115 2J 6 12:> 23 j II 47 311 6 DI.ì 22.0 18 22 
1:!8:! iJ 125 2
'6 135 2111 -17 151 6 2--1.6 !3.0 16 29 
j2K{ 6 13521'6 "-)'5 1
 11 ,1(j 5
; 64;''.4 2-t.u 13 35 
;

 6 1

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1
 17? nill 4
 44; 7 

.] 
3.U 
 5,j 
12'SJ 6 16:) 1 (,6 17 oJ 15,11 4b 29, 7 3_.7,.....6.0 D H 
286 6 17 5 166 185 1-1 , 11 46 1,j1 7 5.3.1127.0 1 22 
::?876 IH 5 1--1'fj 205 12 , 11 46 ot, 8 17.5\28.0 3 OOs 
12S8 6 20.3 ];! 6 21.) ] I 11 .lJ 4H 8 39.8 29.01 d 
12
9 6 215 11:6 23.) 0
 1 11 45 36' 9 01 9 0.5' 7 12 
:2JO (j 225 O!J Ij 215 0611 45 2--1' 9 23.9 1.510 58 
12i.ll 6 235 076 2(;,j 0-1,11 4,) 12 9 43.8 2,5 1.1 06 
292,6 25,) 056 2ì J 0:S;1l ..t5 O:! 10 7.6 3,,) 16 36 
12936 255 046285 Dill 44 5:.! 10 2
I.l 4.,)'18 Ifj 
'29-1 '6 27;) 03 6 29,,j Oil; 1 1 -!-! 4:2 10 ,jo.6 1 5.5 W 0-1: 
1 29;)1629501631458:11 4-13311 11.8 6.,) 1858 
2
161 1 6 29-159,6 3:!-l 56111 -l-l 2511 329 / 7.51800 
12!)76 304 58 6 3:
 -1 55 I1 4-1 18 II 53,9 8.5 16 08 
1 298 6 324 56 fj 3) -! 53,11 -14 ll' l2 l-U; 9.5 13 29 
2!19 / 6 33-1 !j.) 6 37 -l 51 11 H 0.)112 3.3,210.510 05 
300 I) 3.t -t 5-1 6 3
 4 50tH 43 5g 12 :;3.5, II 5 (j 05 
3!H 1 6 364 521) 391-14
 11 43551315.712511 40 
:3026 37 -1 51 /) 41 '4 ,Hill 43 51 13 3'-),6
13.5 3 nOn 
'3ü3,ô 313 t 506 -1t-l--16111 4348135,).4'1-1.5 1 740 
1 30! 6 401--1 48 fj 4-1,4 44[11 43 46 1. 4 14.9:1,j.511 .J)L 


Rises. Sets. Begins Enris Rises. Sets. Begins Ends 
A. ):1. P. }tl. . 'I. (J'. .nr. 
h,m. -;:

 It.nl. h.m. h.m. 1 h.m. h.m. 
6 03 5 36 -l 21 7 18 1 6 03 5 33 1 4 19 7 20 
6 16 5 17 4 33 7 01 6 18 5 16 4 31 7 D
 
6 28 ð 02 4 45 6 4 t 6 29 5 01 4 46 6 43 
6 40 4 45 4 56 6 â! I 6 0.13 4 43 5 0.) 6 21 
- - -
--- 


'loon Rises or 8ets, 


TWILIGHT. 


I 
Toron :' I )Iontreal 
RI
e". RIM'!'. 
rm:-I
I 
5 56 a I 5 5(i al 
6 27 6 27 
7 03 7 01 
7 41 7 3
 
8 2-l 8 20 
9 12 9 ui 
1 10 OJ 10 00 
11 05 11 00 


I Toronto. , :\Iontreal. 
--- 
I 
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 . 
c.:; ._):Z .!!!..; .= 
 
 
 
Æ 
j).(IÆ
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h. m. It. m. h m It. m. 
1 4 2:! 7 iii .. 
u 7 1:- 
10 4 31 7 ()II -1 32 j O'.! 
20 '. 4;) I tJ.t: I .,5 1 6 ".í 
30 4 51; I Ii 27 .) 09 6 2.1 


o 08 m 0 04 m 
1 15 1 11 
2 211 2 17 
3 <>7 3 2-1 
I 
 

 ; 

 
Sets. Sets. 
6 15 a (; 12 a 
, 6 4" b 44 
7 26 7 21 
8 06 8 Dl 
8 ,j9 8-16 
9 4D 9 35 
10 3:
 10 28 
II 28 11 2-1 T' EC
IPS
S IJF . 
I II UplVr 
 
iltrlhtcs, 
I 0 2q m 0 25m \ M. T:-l
 recllw. T oronto. , 
I 1 
9 I 1 26 I a. h. m. s. It. l1t. 
2 33 2 33 I. 920 .'il; 
H, I I.í .111 im.' 
3 38 I 3 3d II Iii 'B 51' 2J.t 17:13 im.' 
I :; 4
 
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26.] 


NOVElUBER HAS TIIIR'I'Y DAYS. 


[IS.J9. 


FARMERS' AND GARDE
EJl.tS' CALENDAR-. 
Preparations ought now to be made for the 'I.\'inter, All farmin,g- implements may be weB 
dried, cleaned and carefully stowed away. Fences put into g'JOd order; sheds prepared for 
sheep and cattle; tèeding tronghs provided, and as soon as the frost sets in, and the snow falls, I 
a systematic course commenced with rpference to the rations of fooLl given to different varie-, 
ties of stock, tf) be continued throughout the winter. If the farmer have more stock than he l 
can conveniently supply with proper food during the ensuing five months, let him seize the 
first opportunity to dispose of those he cannot well provide for. Stables aud stalls should be 
carefully cleane4 and ventilated, and means provided for supplying cattle with a fresh supply 
of water several times during the day. Examine cuts for the drainage of sUltàce water: 
providing an immediate escape for whatever may be in furrows and hollows in the fields. 
THE KITCHEN GARDE
.-Gather whatever vegetables and herbs are still to be found; 
Cabbages when well dried may be hung in a warm cellar where frost will not be liable to 
injure them. Parsnips, Carrots and Onions may be sown with much advantage just before, 
the frost sets in; they will begin to vegetate early in the spring. Clear away leaves and put 
the !?;ardelJ in winter order. Examine stored fruit, carefuily taking out decayed and bruised 
apples, &c., and gi ving them to Hogs, &.c. &c. 


ME'rEOHOLOGICAL 'rABLE FOR NOVEmBER. 


;\[ean Temperature. . . . . . . . ... . , .. .... 
Mean Highpst Temperature. . ... . . .. . . . 
Mean Lowest Temp
ature .......... . . 
Ylean Elasticity of Vapour ............ 
}[ean Humidity of the Air. . . . . . . ... .. 
Avelage Quantity of Rain ............ 
A v


 Q



ty o
 ð BOW. . . . . . . . . . . . . 
Uay 
of Itenlarkablc Days, &c. 
V\T eek. 


Day 
of 
:vIon. 


Toronto, Greenwich, Nicolet, 
ü. C. England. L. C. 


000 


35.7 
57.2 
11.8 
0.185 
8-1 
2.9ì6 In. 
2.9 In 


43.3 32.3 
57.4 46.2 
27.1 
0.278 
92 
3.285 In. 


lUCDl0randa. 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 


Thur. 
Flid. 
Satllr. 
Sun. 
)lon. 
TUes. 
Wed. 
Thur. 
Frid. 
Satur. 
Sun. 
1\1on. 
Tues, 
Wed. 
Thur. 
Frid. 
Satur. 
Slill. 
Mon. 
Tues. 
Wed. 
Thur. 
Frid. 
Sa tu r. 
Sun. 
Mon. 
Tues, 
Wed. 
Thur. 
Frid. 


... 
I 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
l-t 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
2-1 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 


Normal School, Toronto, opened, 1847. 
Insurrection in L. Canada, 1838. 
Princess 
ophia born, 1777. 
2:!nd Sunday after Trinity. 
l\1icbae]mas TeJm begins. 
([ Last Quarter 6 m. past 5, P. M. 
Battle of Tippecanoe, 1811. 
ì\lilton died. 1674. 
Prince of Walès burn, 1841. 
Luther born, 1483. 
23rd Sunday after Trinity. 
Montreal taken, 1775. 
Sympathisers at Prescott, 1838. 
. New .Moon 4 m. before 4, P. M. 
:Battle of Arcole, 1796. 
James Ferguson died, 1776. 
Michaelmas Term ends. 
24th Sunday aj1111' Trinity. 
nattle fif Arcola. 1796. 
Quar. Ses and Dist. Court commences. 
Princess Royal born, 1840. 
]) First Quarter 7 m. past 9, P. lVI. 
Lieut. 'Yeir murdered, 1837. 
John Knox died, 1572. 
25th Sllllday afte1' Trinity. 
East India Co. incorporated, 1700. 
Princess Mary Adelaide born, 1833. 
Battle of Bexar, 1835, 
I Fulll\Ioon 8 m. past 10, P. 1\1. 

t. Andrew. 



II.S<19.] NOVE3IBER BEGl:XS O
 'THURSDAY. [27. 
MOON':::; PHASES, \ I 
d. h. m. 1st OF 
OVEMßER. I 15th OF NOVE
BER. , 
({ La5ìt Quarter, . .. 6 5 6 
 
. .\ew Moon, .... 14 3 56 THE I Ri
ht I ' Right I 
D First Quarter,... 22 9 7 PLANETS :\I
ridian A
èen- Decl. )Ieridian As.cen- Dec1. 
. Full Moon, ..... 29 10 8 I SlOn. I SIOI1. 
({ Perigee, .. . . . . .. 2 6 0 I 
({ Apo
ee, ........ 18 4 0 II --I
 It.?n. I ---;;-;-:
 h. 111. -
I 
({ Perigee, ........ 30 11 0 
 Mere..A. Mor,ning St'ar. lU 38 m 14 17 S 11 35 
_._ _ I 
VenuS'IA .iVlOf l ningSt,ar. 110 7m1345 S 914 
Semwwmcter. at Greenvnch Noon. t :.vIars. I ' 3 43 In 6 25 N24 17 2 49 rn 6 26 .l\
24 56 

 D,lIe. Of Sun. Uf i\Joon. 2+Jupit'r 8 30 m 11 13 
V 6 11 7 43 m 11 21 N 5 22 
I /I '''? Saturn 9 27 a 0 12 S 1 33 1 ' R 30 a 0 10 S 1 46 
I 1 16 8.9 16 23.6J;tiUran'SI1O 44 a l l 29 N 8 38 9 47 a 1 27 N 8 28 
10 16 11. 0 15 28.5 ]X eptunf'. 
i 20 16 13.1 14 45.7 P 1 S h " I ' [ ' - d 9 ' 2 - 3 0 P \1 U 
I 30 16 14.8' 16 38.6 0 e tar on t e 1.W emmn IJ. fl. J1U. vS. . -. . 


QUEBEC. 


HALIFAX, N. S. 


Sun. 


'Twilight. 


Sun. 


Twilight. 


FREDERICTON, N. B. 


Sun. 


Tv. ilight. 



 Rises. Sets. Begins I Ends Rises. I Sets. Begins I Ends Rises. Sets. Begins Ends 
Q A. 'I. P. M. A. M. P. M. A. III. P. 'I. 
I--"- ------- -/ 
h.?n. h.?n. h. 1n I h. 1n. h. m. I h.?n. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m. h. m' l 
1 6 49 4 39 5 0 6 21 6 44 ' 4 43 5 0 6 28 6 47 4 41 5 1 6 27 
10 7 2 4 26 5 12 6 16 6 56 4 32 5 10 6 18 7 0 4 29 5 11 6 17 
20 7 16 4 16 5 26 I 6 8 7 10 : 4 22 5 22 6 10 7 14 4 18 5 23 6 9 
30 7 30 4 8 5 3.3 6 3 7 23 4 15 5 3-1 6 4 7 27 4 11 5 34 6 4 I 


Sun. . ,!o I 
Ioon Rises or Sets. ! 
Day App. Noon ... .: 
of I shewill<1 Sun's .JTJ ë )roon's I 
Y'r. Toronto. Montreal. the Eq. 
f Declill'n ê z Ue
lin- Toronto. ì\Iontreal 
_'_ _ _ Time. ,South. 
d allon. _ 
 
I 1 1{I
P!' Sets.RiseS I ::'lets. _' ---
 
 
D. h. m.lh. 1lt'ih.m. h. m.IIt.?n. s. 0 , D. 0 , h. m. h. In. 
1305 1 6 41,4 4716 46 1 '4 421Il 43 4-1- 14 3-1.1,16.515 30n 6 17 a ti 14 a 
1 3066 43'4 43 1 6 47,4 41 1 11 43 4-114 53.2 1 17 . 5 17 59 7 5 7 0 
307'b 44!4 446 491 39 Il 43 44 15 12.
 18.5 1 19 10 7 58 7 53 
3m
16 45;4 436 5u4 3811 43 4515 30';)/19.518 56 8 58 852 
3096 4714 4116 51 1 4 3711 43 4615 48.8,20.5117 25 10 00 9 55 
' 1 310 641-;'4 40:6534 35jlI 434916 6'8 1 21. 5 :1445 11 7 11 3 
311 6 4!),4 39 1 6 54,4 34'11 43 5216 2-1.622.5'11 16 
312'6 51/4 37:6 56'4 3211 43 57,16 42.1 23.5 7 15 0 14m 0 10m 
313 1 6 52,4 36:6 57 -l 311 1 44 0216 39.3'24.5 2 58 1 19 1 17 
314 6 534 33;6 58 -1 30lu 4-1 0817 15.9/25.5 1 26s 2 23 2 22 
315 1 6 5-114 34,6 59;4 29't1 44 15'17 32.8,26.5 5 42 3 28 3 28 
3166 5514 33,7 004 28']1 4-1 2317 49.2 1 27.5 9 40 4 29 4 41 
317 1 657 1 4327 2,427114-13118 5,228.5 1 13 5 530 5 32 
3186 594 31:7 4,4 26:1l 44 4118 20.9129.5 d Sets. Sets. 
3197 004 30'7 6,4 2-1.1 1 44 5118 36.21 0.8;15 50 5 23 a 5 19 a 
3207 1 -1 29,7 7,4 23 t1 45 0318 51. 3 i 1.8117 53 6 2 5 57 
321 7 214 28'7 8,-1- 22 I1 45 1519 6.0 1 2.8119 4 6 -15 6 40 
322 7 31-1 27'7 9 1 4 21 11 45 2819 20.3 3.8 19 20 7 32 7 26 
3237 5 1 4 2717 11
4 21 Il 45 4119 34.3 4.8118 43 8 23 8 18 
3247 64 26j7 12'-1 2011 45 5619 48.01 5.8,17 12 9 18 9 13 
325 1 7 742571341911461120 1.316.81454 10 15 1011 
326 7 P, -1 24h 14 -l 1811 46 2720 14.31 7.8 1 1 11 52 11 1.3 11 12 
321171042-1,716418,11 46442026.8,8.8 813 
3287 1114 237 17 4 1711 47 0120 39.0: 9.S I ' 4 42 0 16m 
3297 12,-1 227 18 -l 16,11 47 2020 50.8'10.8 0 30n 1 18 
3301 14'4 227 20'4 16 Il 47 3921 2.211.8' 5 10 2 24 
331 7 1514 21 7 21 -1 15 Il 47 5821 13.212.8 \ 9 42 3 32 
3321 164207 224 1411 48 1921 23.8:13.813 46 4 41 
3337 18;-1 207 2.1,4 1411 48 4021 34.0'14.8 1 16 58 5 5-1 
133: 7 19i4 1917 25,4 13 1 11 49 02,21 43.8115.8118 55 7 6 


o Urn 
1 ) 8 
2 24 
3 33 
444 
5 58 
7 10 


TWILIGHT. 


Toronto. 


Montreal. 


[1) I 
 
S .rD
I.g 
 .t
 
 
I 
"'. -. "-' I - . 
5 
<I:.:J::' 
< 
::'I 
h. m. l ;:'-;;;: 
i h. m.l 
1:; II (j
S:i 0,627' 
10 1 5 10 ' 6 1::' 5 7 1 6 
2 
:!O 5 2J : 6 11 :i 23 6 I) 
30 5 3t 16 7 .3 3.1 li 4 I 


ECUl'SES OF 


Jupiter's Satellites, 
!\i:- 'l'. (lrcc nw. Toro llW. 
d. h. 711,. s. h. m. 
I. 121 6 lO.7 1.3 -II) im. 
S t'l.')1) -I:J.;J 17 43 illl. 
17 HI 21 29JJ t-l 0-1 im. 
2.1 21 1-1 52.4 1558 im. 
II. 27 21 ]7 .'){j,4 160t im. 
IV. 11 211 30 37.4 1.3 14 em. 



l 2S. ] 
I' -"- R :VI E R. S' AND G.\. R DEN E It
' C ALE N D A R. 
Among the 
r
at variety of occupations calling for the farmers attention, at different periods 
f the year. few are so little appreciated as farming accounts. Accurate infOlmatiOlI lespect- 
ing every item of income or outlay is of the greatest importance. \\'ith the account book 
Ishould .also be associated a book of experiml'lIts and observations, 'xherein as occasion offers, 
levery ci rcumstance respecting the opprati')ns of the farm may be recorded. Ample time offers 
,itself during- the 101l
 winter evenings for re\'ip\\'ing the COUI se pHI sued, and the results arrived 
:at (\llIin
 the past year, frvm which valuable informatioll with relcfl>nce to future proceedings 
:may be derivej. Uood HusbandlY implies not only an accUlate kno" Icdb'e of w:mt has Leen 
!done during the p<\st three or four ye,:ifs, but it also requires that the plOceeòings of the next 
ithl'ee yeats should as far as possible be marked out. Proper application of certain necessary 
I I r.nalll,ues, 
II
I t.he adortion of a p
ofitdble rotation O! crops can then b
 rm:sued; w,ithout su
h 
foreSight It IS Impossible that a farmer Cdn make 11Is f.Hm produce wlthlfJ one thll'll, and In 
!mdny cases one half, ot what it is capable of yielding in the hdnds of a careful husbandman. 
The feeding of cattle, thrashing of grain. sale of produce, &('. &c., will constitute the occupa- 
tions of the Úrmer during the day time, while the balancing of accounts. a reviewal of operatiolls 
dut iog the year that is neady past, and thl' laying Qut of a pIau for future action, will afford 
<Imrie occupation during the long evenings of December. 


I · I 
I Mean Temperature ...............,... 
I , ;\Iean Highest Temperature,........... 
'lean Lowest Temperature ........... 
\lean Elasticity of Vapour ........... 
j .\leall Humidity of the Air,........... 
Average Quantity of Rain............ 
Average Quantity of Snow,... . ... '" I 
Day Ilay I 
of I ot Reluaa-kable Days, &c. 

 Wee k-=- 


1 Satur. I 
2 SUIl. 
3 i\ Ion. I 
:1 Tues. I 
5 Wed. 
6 Thur./ 
7 Frid. 
8 Satur. 
9 S UII. 
10 i\lon. I 
Il Tues. 
Ii I \;\ ed. 
13 Th""1 
1-1 Frid. 
15 Satur. 
16 SUII. 
17 jvlon. I 
18 Tues. 
I!) V:ed. 
20 Thur. I 
21 Frid. 
22 .",1 t 1/ r. 
23 Sun. 
2-1 i\lon. 
2> Tw-'s. 
i-I) Wed. 
27 Thl/r. 
2
 Frid. 
2" Satur. 
30 I SUII. 
31 .\1011. 


DEf'EIUBER HAS THIRTY -OXE DAYS. 


[IS49.t 


i'IE'Il'F.OnOLOGICAIA '(,ABIAE FOIC. DEC.'.:JIßER. 


Toronto, 
U.V. 


, Greenwich, 
I England. 


Nicolct, 
L.C. 


o 


o 


o 


27.4 
45,3 
0.3 
0.133 
83 
1.56u In. 
6.0 In. 


40.6 
5
.0 
2.J..1 
0.257 
92 
0.725 In. 


17.2 


-8.9 


Meuloranda. 


Battle of Austerlitz, 1805. 
Advent S1I ndl'Y. . 
BattIe of Hohenlinden, 1805. 
Cardinal Richelieu died, 1642. 
"'Harshal Xey shot, 1815. 
<I Last Quarter 2.1 m. before 2 P.:i\I. 
Hebels defeated at Torønto, 1837. 
Air Pump invented, 1654. , 
1 çt Sunday in .'1clvent. 
Wilna taken by Hussia, 1812. 
Charles XU. killpd, 1718. 
Dr. Darwin born, 1732. 
Dr'. .Johnson djed, 17
4. 
. New :\10011 21 m. past 10, .A.M. 
ðt. .EI1;<tache destroyed, 1837. 
2nd Srlluf
IY ilt .J1dvent, 
Gen. Bolivar died, 1
:m. 
Sir H. Dd vy born, 1778, 
Rattle of Ni<1gara, 1813. 
Gray born. ] 716. 
Battle of FelOzepore, 18-13. 
D First Quarter 23 m. past 2, P. M. 
31'1l Sllnda!! in Ad
'ent. 
Treaty or Ghent. 1814. 
Christmas Day. 
Belgian independ'ce ar'knowledg,1830; 
(29) Colelid
e born, 177
. I 
() Fulll\100l117 m. before 9, A. 
I. 
I.
t Sunday lifter Christmlls. 
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DECEIUBER BE
INS ON SA TURD.A Y. 


[29. 


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SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CANADIAN ALMANAC. 


'(,"-OLE OF SEMI-DIURNAL ARCS. 
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H. lU. IUAGNETICAL OBSERV A'rORV, 'rORONTO. 


1. Director-Captain J. H. Lefroy, R. A., F. R. 8.-Establislllllcllt-Four N. è. Officers of the Royal Arti!- 
/fcry, as Assistants. 
! The ì\laQ'netical and l\letPorolo
ical Observatory was founded by Her l\Iajesty's Government in 1840, in 
}concert with similar Estab,is,lluents in other Coltmies, and in India. Similar Estabiishments have been 
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i . Table of Precedence, 
FOR CANADA, NOVA SCOTIA, NEW BRUNSWICK, NEWFOUNDLAND, AYD PRINCE ED\VARI? 
I ISLAND. 
\.rhe Governor or Lieutenant Governor administering The l\lembers of the House of Assembly. 
: the Government. 'The l:olonial Secretary, not being in the Executive 
h'he Lieutenant Governor [not administering the Gov-I Council. 
, ernment] or the Senior officer in command of thelThe Attorney General. 
troops, if he is f.O succeert to the administration of.'fhe Solicitor neneral. 
the Government in case-of the death. or absence. Of j 'l'be Senior Officer in Command of the Troops, except 
the Governor.Lleut. Governor, or Officer aùrninis- in the cases already provi,led for. 
tering the Government. In the event of hostilitips. The Arcbdeacon. 
I the scnior Officer in command will take this prece- The Treasurer, Receiver General, I>:tymaster) f:: c!, , 
I dency under any circumstances. I General, or Collector of Internal Revcnue' l :3 .'::: 
!The Bishop. The Auditor General, or Inspector Geueral of :::;:; 
 
(The Chief Justice. I Accounts. t 

.c:: g 
. The Master of Ihe Rolls, I The COlllmissioner of Crown Lands. j ';':: i:.; 
'The Vice Chancellor. ,The Collector oftbe Customs. -'" 0 
 
r,rhe Members of the Executive Council, and the Puisne The Comptroller of the l:ustoms. õ 
 '? 
, Judges, rank with each other according to the dates The 
urveyor General. z2 B 
" of their 1Iandamuses. The Clerk of the Ewcutive Council. 
The Speaker or Presirlent of the Legis\ative Council. The l:lerk of the J egislative Council. 
fhe Memhers of the Legislative Council. The Clerk oftl1e House of AssemblY. 
,rùe SI)eakeJ" of the HOllse of Assembly. 
I - 
I Leave of ahsence of any of the Superior Civil Om..ers must be granted by the Governor and Council, 
'110 
'iDust forthwith report Hlch leave to the Secretary of Slate, but this regulation is not to be ullder!iòtood a
 apply!n:! 
(to, or designed to prevent or to regulate any vacation not e'\cel'uing si" months i,n anyone. year, dUring WfUeil 
!any Civil Officer may apply to the Governor or Lieutenant Governor. aud obtain from 111m alone a Icave 01 
rahsence far the purpose of relaxation from business, without the uecessity of reportin
 the sam
 to th_e Secrpt
ry 
!lJf Slate, nor will any abatement of salary be made, it being understood that t/le Officer ah
l'ntm
 hlln
elf \
I\I. 
;,wiw thcconcurreuctJQfthe Governor,have made regulationl!or arra!l
ellleJJts for the proper (hl!charge of his duù
. 



SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CANADIAN ALl\IANAC. 


31 


CANADA. 


i Pro,-incial Executive. r Cr
nvu Land. Df'!)artm('ut. 
GOVER'iOR GE'\1Ek'l.L.-lIis E'l:cellency the Right The Hon. James U. l'rÜ"e, C071lmÜ$ioner of Crown 
Honorable Jamefj, L.ulof EIJin auú Kinc,trúine, K.T., Lnnds; Tancred llouthillier, .Ass'l Commissioner; 
Governor General of Britisll"Nort/J _\merica, and Cap- \leunder ì'IcNahb, (--'ashier and .d('cOJllltm,t; \Vm. F. 
tain General aud GO"f'rnor-in-Chief in and over the Collinf;, C. \Y. Shay, and C. \V. :\Iaçon, .dðòÍstallt Ac- 
'Provinces of Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick cOJt1Itants; J. Lan!;evin and T. C. Tarbutt, Oorresp07ld- 
iand the Island of Prince Ed\\ ard, and Vice Admiral of ing Clerks; ))olvid H. :\Iorphy, Rt'gistrar; Thomasl 
,the same, &c. &c. &c. I Hammond, \'1,'..1". \Vhitcher and N. F. Laurent, Clerks;! 
i Major T. E. Camphell, G01Jernor's Secretary; Lieut, FeliJ.. .Fortier, Clerk of Jesuits' Estates and Queen'sl 
,Colonel the Hon. R. Bruce, .11ilitnry Secretary; Lieut. Ðomam. I 
'Colonel Edmund \'\T. R. Antrobus, Provillcial .Aid-de-I Brauch of t.be Cro,vn Lands Office
 
Camp; Lieut. Colonel Alphonse De :5alaberry, ELtra, (Formerl!, Surveyor General's Office.) 
.do. du. , Joseph Bøucilette, Se1tior Surveyor and Draftsman; 
(HIs EXCELT.ESCY 
HE GOVE


R GE.NERAL WIll re- Andrew Rus'ell, 2nd do. ; B. T. Fletcher, 
rd do,; 
I celve Gentlemen deslrolls of VISltlllg IJlm, a
 Go\'er
l- P. L. ;\Ioriu, 4th do.; \Vm. Sprag;,e, Chief Clerk; 
,ment House, on MmlD
Y, WEDr.ESDAY and F RIDAT, 111 Thomas Hcctor, 27.d do. ; H. J. Jones, 3rd do.; Moore 

 aCh week, from 11 until 3 o'clock.] A, Higgins, 4th do.; George Shaw, Assistant do. 
[HER EXCE!,LFNCY T
IE COUNTER:! 01' 
LGI
 .'I..ND K.I'I/- Departnlent ef Public 'Yorks. 
OARDlNE receives, Ladies who are deslr
us O} c.alhng The Hon. E. I'. Tache, Chief Cummis8Íoner; the 
upon, her Lad}slllp at l\Ionklands, fcom" to i) 0 clock Hon. :\Ialcolm Cameron, Assistant do.; Thos. A. Beg- 
on '1 hursday afternoon.] Iy, &cretary. 
. Executive Council. Inspector General's Departnlent. 
I The Hon'bles \Vm. Hamilton )'Ierriu, P. C.; L. 
l. The Hon. F. Hinäs, TnspccttJr General; Joseph I 

afor
ta.J.ne, .dUvrney Ge".eral East; 
arne!i Leslie. Cary, Deputy Insperlor General; Philip Durnford, I 
Promncwl Secretary,; 
obert BaldwlII, .Attorl.e!l l correspondi/l g Clerk; \NIII. Dickinson, 1st Book-keep- 
,General West; FrancIs H.m<"l
s, [..speclo.r GC7Ieral; R. er; Norris Godard, 2nd do. ; David .\le.\.ander RO:;S' I 
II-:.. Caron, f,1!e
ker Le!{ISllltwe CO'Il7tcll; Jame
 H. 1st Clcrk ; John DrilSsrlale, 2nd do.; Henry II. Dumll, 
Pnce, CommLSSlOne7' of C"
W1l LantJ.:!; L. l\I., \,I!::er, 3rd do.; AIchabold Cary, 4th do.; P. Gaul, Jlles3C7lger. 
RCt'eicer Gelleral; E. 1', '1 ache, ChIef Commzsswner , _ 
of Public Works; :'IIalcollll Cameron," .AsButat&t í'Of/l- I:'o/SPECTOR OE'\1ERAL S DEPARrMENT-CUi3TO)IS DR \/'iCH. 
.missiU1.e,r of Public Wurks. John I\V. Dun..comb, Surveyor of Customs; Alex'r 
_ ., S. Menzie!!, 1st Clerk; Mathew Jack, 21.d do.; Joseph 
Officers of the Ex('cuhve Council. Smith Lee, Erlra do.; \'\'. C. Crofton. Clerk of the' 

 John JO , s
)h, Clerk .Ex. Cl!uncil; \Villiam H',Lee, Bllte Bouk and Statistical Clerk. I 
Ass't du.: ::5amud ßOII'S Smith, 1st Clerk; F. \ ,al!e- CustOUls Department. 
I and, 11ld do. ; \V. A. HUllsworth, 3rd do.; Ohner U 
!Co.te, 4th du. ; 
ichael N aughton 
't1essellger; David Henry Jessopp, Collec
o::é
arles G. Stewart, Land- 

:,:an, Dour Keep r. ing Waiter; John Bruce, 1st Cterk ; James l'ender- I 
!Governor General's Secretary's Ofiice. 
ast, 2nd do. ; Charles Secretan, 3rd do.; F. Thomp- 
i Governor General's Scrre!nry, 'laj.T.E.f'ampbell; 1st :t
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dt;;.KeWa:er.""l
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rCI.erk, Henry Cotton 
 2nd do., W. 
. .Bar,tictt 
 3rd do., Tid; Sur
eyorO; 'ThO
'lS sLa
bert, Ij,id
' if"ai
e;: ia
: 

'lJc:ael Tur
or; C!.ffi ce Keeper,l'luhp ::5t. 11111; ,Mell- Carmichael, do. ; Edward Bartlett, Clerk to Landing l 
III-n", er, Geor"e ßoxoIli. Sur1Je.,or; H. McCav.lay, J',lessenger; H. Ka\'ana!!h, 
! I.a,v Officers of tbe Cro,,"n. Sub-Collector at Ga..ope; J. Fraser, do. at New CarliSle; j 
I The Hon. L. H. Lafontaine, Attorney General Emt; .T. C. Belleau, do. at 11fagdalen; Edw
rd Flyn! Coast 

he Hon. Robert Baldwin, (lo. do. West; L. '1'. Drum- Offic_r at Perce,; P. Gauvr
au, do. lather PO
7lt; G. 
\mond, Solicitor General East; \Vm. Hume make, du. P,itru6ton
 do. lj(IKuenay; 1.,lward J\hn, do. Carlton; 
tdo. West; Roben 8. :'II. llouchette, Clerk '0 tll6 AJ.tor- :\1cLean 
[e.wart, Check O,jicer; Gcor
 I
enderson, 
Ire!l
 (;eneral. Clerk of ð/nps: N. N . Ros
, Extra, Clerk; E. llartIett, 
Provincial Secretary's Office. d,,"; Thommi Lambert, 
slstant Tide Surveyor. 
The HOIl. James Leslie, Provincial Sccretary. \Villiam H 1.11, Colle


R

u. Hamilton, Landin {f 
WESTERN SECTION. Surveyor; Thomas Thain, do. IVa;'er; Henry Pratt, 
E.A, l\Ieredith, Ass't Provo Su'y; T. D. Harrin.,on, do.; Jamps 1\'IiI
", Tide Surveycw..; J. \V. Oliver, Is 
'Cllief Clerk; Grant I'owell, 1st Clerk; Henry E. Clerk; J. Lev.ls, 2nd do. 
 J._.
. Travers, 3rd a..o': 1 
"teele, 2nd do.; C:larles J. Birch, :lrd do.; C. St. ,C. P. Stone, 4t/1 

.: II. \'V. J5:mg, Clerk to I.alldl1!{f 

('Orge Yarwood, 4tll (10.: and \V. R. Wright, E.draISurvcyor; J. J. KII1!r, ÂppraLSer; Leon Glohensklc, 
tdu. . John'I'womley, 1I1essc7/{fer. I dO.; J. Gny, O,/icer at Luclt:ne : :.. Henderson, Tide 
, Waiter; n. Fletchpr, do.; \VilIiam t5cholcs, Ware- 
E \STER'i SECTION. 11Oll!le Locker; \VilIiam Mc
ïder, E.r:amÙân{f Wan- 
E. I'arpnt, Ass't ProD. Sec'!!; Thomas Ross, 18t !Louse Keeper. 
'Clerk; Henry Jarmy. 2nd do.; \
!lliam _H. JoneS, 3rd i IlÙand Custo:nUt-Lo,,,"cr Canada. 
Idu.; A. R. Roche, -1.1I1 do.; S. 1 etu, iJtlt do.; John , 
lGûw, Office Keeper; J. Dorr, l.f"s<enger. ST. JOHN s. 
_ _ _ , _ \,\Ti1liam'Macrae, Collertor; J. \V. Tallor, Surveyor 
Provincial R('
IHtraJ.' s Office. B. Burland, (htager; \Villiam Le

att, Lalldl1l{{Wai 
Richard A. Tucker, Prfll:incial Regis/rar; \\I'm. er; 
. C. Venclale, do.; - 
ournier, Appraiser, 
'oKcnt, Lst Clerk: George lIenrv Lane, 211d do. H. Cn!'po, Cter
; Thomas \V
tkms, do. 
. _ . ;. I REHirE-T. J. Tascbereau, Col. CmIPTos-Robcr1Ì 
Il.eccn; er Gen('ral s Deltartlucnt. Vincent, Col. COTE.
U DU L \C-\V.U. Simpson, Col. ; 
The lIon. L. :\1. Vi
er, Rl'ceircr General; Damard D. Leaby, P, O. CI_ARf:\;CE\ ILLE - Cllas. Stewart, 1 
Tur'luand. Dy Rec'r {;eneral; Thomas A. Cary, 1st Col. DLNI1EE - L. H. Mas
on, Cot.; caleb l 
'Clerk; Charles E. Anderson, 2nd do. ; l!'l1ac Brock Knight, Landing Waiter. EATON-H. F. l\Ioore, CoL. 
SLan\OD,3rd do. ; James Thomson, Mu.e7l/l_r. FRlòLIOUliBURO-A. Kemp, Cui.; A. Cooper. Pr_ventie. 
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Officer. HUNTI...GDON-James ßotham, Col. HEMMING- Sheehan, SlIr. QUEEXSTO:-.-Gilbert ì\Icl\Iickcn, Col. : 
\ FORD-G. N. Johnson, Col. . R. Rodger, Prevo QCicer. ! :5. Purdon, La/lding Wait. Rn IERj,; .AUX R.AISIIi'- 
L,coLLE-Thos. Gordon, Col.: Edw. March, Lund'g \'\'illialll Robin
OI', Col. Ro
nE EAu-ThOlras Cro- 
I w'r. 1'0T'I'O
-James H. !\IcVt,y, Col. PII1LI.I::'
II'G- I}"n. Col. H.A'iD\\ICH-Jas. F.Llliot, Cul.: J. Hacgenv 
P. P. Ru"sell, Cul. ; John Hen<!cr"on, Slir. RL"
EJ.I.- Landing Wait. S.'LL'I' 
l'E. i\1Aun,-J. \\ïlson; Col:: 
'1'(1\\ Ii'-John lIavidson, Cui. ; Th(}s.Kennedy, Prel'ellt,:J.ilo\\her, Lmldi1lg Waitcr. 'l'n:K
Y l'oINT-G. J: 
Officer. Sr. RFlH"-t:iJllluel S. l<'intlen, Col.: H. I\J.IC-, Ht'ad, Col., A. Cowan, Lal/ding Waiter. \'\'Zi\ÐiillR- 
,daucall, Landi1lg fVait. SUTTO:>-ll. :'=e,lton,Col. STAN- I Wm. \Varcn. (,vi.; ",III. Rlehey, ::'ur. \V \l.L.ACF- 
I STE.,n-J '1'holl'l'"on. Cui. ; ,\nd'\\ 1',lIlon, Sll1Teyor; 13UR(;-John ßea, Col. \\'ELLUWTGN-TIIOmas \\-onh- 
\-V. .McGowell, \\-m. G. CO\\ ec pnd \'\". Phon, r.oirs' I ' in'7ton, Cili. 
I I.nlaud Customs-'L'"PlJer Canad
. 
 JU!!ii1f'ctorlii of Hc,renl1e l)i
.ricts. 
I TOaOIi'TO. I Saint Prol/cis-Chauncey l'Iullock; Ea.i'tcrn-Philip 
Robert ,Stanton" Colle.. ct . vr ; John Ro,Y, Sitneyor; V anlwughnet! Ottmrn-Uon. Me Donald, (F,) ; John
J 
I J . Hemp/IIII, Lit1/dl
tg U m.le,r 
 
al1lll('! 
hl'n\'ood'rdo':'tolcll-.1
hn \\ catlJ('rhea
! j Batl/u:st-_\I1:IJOIl
' Le
lie ; 
,Thomas !,c.m,oll, Chrk:. WIlham McKay, Office ReeJl- 1'01l10lts/c---:.1'Jhn lIarrelll<;; l'rl1lce 
d,cara-Auaml 
la ; R. CJ.thcart, Appraiser. I flnhl "; 1\1/1. ami-James 
aml'.on j F actIJlra-Al1tho- j 
i KIIWSTO... I1Y )lar"lmll; Colbu1'1le-Tholl!as I\JilbIlrJI; Simcoe- 
I Jamcs lIopkirk, Collcctor; G('or
e A. :Uaillcne, Sllr- Ed. A. \raH.N: Jlrio{Jora-\\'. n. ì\IiJler; U ellir/Uton- [ 
veyor; l'atrick ('arherry, LUlldiu,!, Woiler; J);].\"i(1 James I1odg-ert; HrUl'k-.Tohll G. Yall!'itwrt; 7':lbot- 
I Lynch. do.; Robert A. Kelly, .!o.
 H.l). GowaIl, Clcrk. Cdward P. Rycr
e: lhlrtT't-Charlcs \\ïd.:er; J1.e
tern l 
I HA ml.ru1\. -\\". G, Hall: ltellt-\Villiam 1.. McCrae' Gore 
John Davidson, Collutor , \\ïl:iam l'ril1
. Sl/r'CCy- U\'urtlt Dicisiutl)-Dul1can 1\Ic.Vo;Jl!all; Gore '( ::'Ullth' 
,or; J.H. Paln.ler, LallllÙI.l{ Wailer; Joshua \\'clher
lI, lJiciôiod)-Hon, Johll \YW;:o!1 : l
u.m.e .(1'ork Divi"ion) 
IcIu. ; .\. I1aulllton, do. : l>eorge :\1:n..\\'c II , Praell/lce -James McDonell ; Hum
 
 /fest IHVlslOn)-Pf'ter Nor- 
i ' ùfficer ; H. VallaIl('e, Crr/.. '!!all ; Homc (EttEt Dicisiun)-John Rose; JIr
I.CClI.stle! 
A \IHERSrlll'RG-Fr::nc.is Caldwell, Col.: J. Hamilton, (i'wrtlmmberlallll hirisi"l.)-George f'. fJailltry: 1\'Clo-J 
l,tmding fruiler. n.TII-Colill 
JcKemie. ('01. : Juhn l'llslle(Turh.am ])it:i
'l'j-Jallll's Jùhn 'Yard; Lomianl 
l'iJmeron, Lnndi!1gWailcr. UFLlÆ\"ILI,F-Jlpnry Baltl- (First JJi.-iôiolt)-Josh.IJ. Clene-II; Lundoll ('suond 
win, ('01. : \Y. 13. Gwynne, Landi,'g Wailer; \V. Ew-i Division)-FrePßlan Tal! ot: ]liulltl"eul (Fint lJil:i- 
"'1. Pl"e, O.Dicer. BROCI':H1.LE-\V. F. I\leIHielI, ('ul. ::sion)-D. f". ;-:I.ewart; Jlron/rclll (::'cro1ll1 Dil'isiun- 
1--\. Dud: Surreyur: .\. ])Ï'\,On, Landin.!! H:oiler. BOlo I 'tlatthcw. RYiJn: Three Rivcl"s-L. 13. Garce:::u). J. 
I HIUD-E. CI.\rh, Cul. CHII'PE\\ _,-Oll\'er r. MacklCIII" R. Lcmolne, Qllcbu. 
Col.: r:: Nicholson, SI:n:cllOT: H. 'K. \Yárr
n. L
'ld- lthliria l1ep:artlUt'lIt. 
n/f, JVa
ter; Jno; I\J
c[,?n:l
d, Pre. ('fficer: 
\lR>'1\\,'LI },ieUl, Colol , lel DOI
ald Creenfielt1l\Jdìollell, Depvt'!{ 

{.uy ( mllon \\ ooe" Cui: . _\nf!us, ì\lacd("J
PII, 1 reUll- .1t/ptfallt G.tJerol }I 

I ; Lil'l1t. Colonf'l Alr!Jon
1' Dc 
l 'IVe Officcr. C.IIIOI:RO," III. H. ]'"1lt
on, C.
l. ; J. Bert-I
alahcrrr, do, do. East; Char"'!. I'Plirrlair, Jo;.hua 
ralll. ;Yurvl'!lor; fl. Leiman, Prl'I'I'IIIICf OJJ:l'er; ("HAT Thollll'
on and "pier L. ,Mc Voncll, ClcrhoJ; \\' 1111:1111' 
HA \1-\,\'iIIiarn CO

dW
, Cui. I),-'i"\, I L_\\ ;J1
"
 B. Ro\\all, ille. '
,j..r. I 
-3hcehan, Cullel';or; S. !\ IIIs,]e II , LOlldl71.f!" 11 (Iller. I n
U:tu Ð<"I)nrttllt'Uf. 
OICKI:o.,.,,:-.'s L. ...m....G-John 'erner, Col. l.DWARI'S- . 1 ' ," m , 
j '\ M 'I'll 0 I ' J J 'IIvn al J-ru 11t'l'(' or- I Sllperl1lte1ll C:lt General 8f bldutll .Affairs, J. he Gov- 
1


G-F
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I

Ho
: Ju
.l"e'rh
, ICol. ; 

. 
\I;f!ër- ernor.Genera!'s 
f'Crelary; ;l
s't S
per't 
,ll
 Ac('mln
- 
"on,' Sur.; O. 
chr) er, Landi11t{ 11 oit
,.. (;RWTO"-I 
!tf ,Gt'orO'
 "an:n T; ::'.
J:
r t of hI{ .;"! .J.1"il1rs{(
/l1 Þ l-; 
S. S. \Yal"h, CL'. (;
N"-N"QUE-I:,.h. "\'e
der, Col. '"zlor j C..E, D.,C. :Napl::, do.,/
o. C. II., J n. Clencl
" 
Edw. Nalty, LUlLJi11
 Wailer. G"DrlW II-John Gal;. Lon! on: T. l.. :
n
el.on, 
o, ourg; do. do. 
lan,I-1 
Col. H H,I.O\\ ErÆ-JoIJll r. Roblin, Cvl. I\IARBTl>W,\.llouhn I,':lands,. Georop IronsH!c
; 
llterJ1r
ter, (.. L., 
-1\ :\lcDonell, Cui. :\I_UTL
XD-D. JOlle", Cui.: A Ib;
ac: I w,

 ,n. duo l, fr:" f ran
IS 

. .'enùerson. 
Oeh

"p, Lmldill!!' Wnùcr. NUGARA-1'hos. Mcf'or- ,1IMSI071!.'
IC" 
f'\..1" JaJ
l
ho,!l' \\ al
':1 . blal!d; R,?v, 
mic.k, "Cui.; II. C: O'Brien, Sl'r.; J0hn Hall, La1lß;!1 "I Ja\Il
's 11',0 ; (.
,rra.'l
c ; ], c.v. 
;Jl,

'I'n .l.I.V1l1
, :,
 .:'!l(hll- I 
I Waiter. 
 F\''(' \STLF-Charles :- hort. Col. ; J. .Tohn- 3!!
: .R
\ i }:, I,.,
 Lc.all
p. 

I,
tJ

U' hi ;. }<. . Ou
hl'T, 

lOne, Sllrl'ellor. 0 \KvlI,r.r:-Robert I". Chi
I'r"III. Lo cl ..' . .; ..,I Ir
o.. '. Cuu_:I/
'\\. _a , !'. II.. ,J.lr- 
Col. 0\\ "'i 80U
D-Richard Carney, ee,l. pE"'rT'....., u'\',' =- R ,.' L h 


uralll., d: r
ancl
. 
dt ul- 
r.Vl
IIE" ,-\Yilliarn 
illJr!'on. C"l. PrF'coTT--A, ,
r . rs 'Ill' (I

 !,crr
f r, I orelfe,' (",arle
 1-orrch, 
IJones, C. '.;\'\'. IIunH'. L.Hr.; \V. '\rmstrom:,.Fr .(,i. (Iln
{('v,I.lIe. M'
I
?Uhn I!'ra
ld J. 
'luhslnnellt-::'ur-r 
" i'ORT BI'RWf'U
Jas. I'ed ßellairs, ('01. ]'oRr CREDIT- !!'
 m, l.wl D.Hh
l..., .ì\I. D." J'lla "wnllry, Rev. F. 
I R . Y 'Id' (1 I l' RT ". T' '''I'r-Thomn {) ;'Ileam, L L.n. , Sclwolmaðlers, Anhur Gore anù 
p

.ke, 0!'
1..: J

s.lf\:;;i
'

: J o
rlil'!!' ';':"it:' I'll T II'
_ IHi\\l'g! eli, - . . _
 , 
1 1.1 ;T1I"i'-Hcnry S Reid, COl.; \\'III,'Ii:dlf'lI,Lg.Wtli
: .
,unntr
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nl
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o: , 
 
PORT U H 1I01'
lE-John Clark, Col.; B. felll'll, :-117.: B. Comml-- OlILrs-,foll, I{. '-'. J..lllf' on, h. 11. .JarvIs, 
IfJorner. L.W. i;SearrltCr.l'oRT DO\ 'a-
'_H,IJ:JYl'oe., 
heruf, H. D.. R
'v. H. J. ?r:..sett, 
ev., J. .J. Hay,l 
Col.; H.Forbe
 and Ja!:,Rw'rse, J,(l1ld. Jrm t . PO"!.T l[oPF Re\-. J. 
(:f, \\. ß. r."alollIGl.,. \\. (. G\\ ynm', 
,-;\J. P. ,\Yhikhead, Col.; W. R. l\I_er.all
hlin. Pre"l'ut- ß; 
I:; \\. ( a\;'tI;:a
 J. L 

tw
od, ,,
.I\J.I.('lIy. M. 
" 
ice Officer. 1'IIRT'\la.FoRD-RohtK,nllllorh.Col. l'oRT 1 CelT! ',and 
. I \\a
t, ] 
 jlures; (,. n. Pari" He 1-1 
,
H:""IA-R. B. '\ idal, 
/. : Thomas Fori") th, TAll dill!,' idpnt 
lpt1iea' 
upcrmt"ndt'l't; 1Villìalll Ramsay. 
Wait. l'oRT fT.'NIÆy-Richard f'llIilh, ('"I.; II. B. ::tewanl and \Vardcn; :\Irs. "V. I1allls"y, M,urou. ' 


lTIelnbErs of tbe I1011. tbe l,c
i",lat:he c..onnen oi Ca31ada. 
The Honomllp R. e. Cmo:o., SJ olLer. 
: lion. R.
. Jame"'")n. .. T?routo . I Holl. F. P; n
une,lu. .. 'I 1011toTCtlle, / 'ion. J. F. In-im:.. . . Yrl,;nrkel. 
j .. p.n.n p Blaquierc,l;i11,!!'slt}1/. .. A. ferflC... . . .]}[oill' .. I l\Ja SU'. ..
,lelJec. I 
I .. ['
Ier' '
(;,II. . .i,roub'eal. .. J. n. Tal" '. . .. i'mIWl/rit: 
a. .. I'. II IIcI.f'r ]),. 
 E l II 
.. 1.. n. F'ulli\ all. .. Tur' do. .. I'. H. "no\\ lIOn .Rr e. rk 11('[\ ill', 5 I/L.C lervi e. 
" R. E. {' rOil. . , . Quebec. :: i
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'. , .. (;.Pplf!!'enoll.. .
llLbt:C. .. 1'.]-1. i\.100rl'.... t. Jrrn 1/. .. H. Plllh":,.... .1>/II/;/t. 
" A. Fm!;cr. . . ..Fr'l
crßtld. I .. .\. t:i I ..... Ko OIU'1/ ,I' ".J. rlr
l('r.. ..J11u"l..ea1. 
J . 5 r-d/u of J.Di0Il11P..._.. 
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. '\I , '1'II"LI"I1.. .Pl'r , tll. 
.. 'B. ohette. - - - I [ /lcIl,:lrl . t. 
 niC 'C I 
 1 '')/1 ('our"' 
I .. J. Crooks... . .F!. lllbmo' W. " n. J. GoorlhllP. ..J,o"do': ' J:: '1;:'l


1 e.:: :;l1':lltrc';;.i. 
.. A. F('r',:I1
"on. . . J7, .7I1I01'u' D, .. J, .', f'.hl'l"wO! :" '/'orl1llto. .. .Iallle.,o If stie . .. "'J7/trral. 
" .. J.:;\1 r.l1lay.. . .K:,llffrlon. :: 'y. \

,;..\pr. . . . 
J(f'ljrc. .. l'red. A. Uucsnel.l1ulltrcol. 
.. .1, Halll/Hon.. ,.Iil g-
:I111. (. \'\I[.1I1t r.... .".,,110. I 
]'!"R
t"-""-'T Or ICPFs.-Clw.rlp!, )>l' T "r
. Cl. I" .1. I
. T.1\'1 I. DeFfllli ('1er
' /t,ncl ft[fL' cr i -Cl 
l'cerf/; 
I. Fl'nnin!'" T;J\-I.
r, _'
s;'I.L1It C' rk: r...,', \\-. A. ,\, .. '''(1'.. ('lcl'fJliÚn olal T.;I'ror,:o.
; I:, L. 'Tol1l' allli ert. 
Lair Clerl..: Robert LplIloiile, Frt11r11. '/'rm'-}Illor: \\' \. :'>Iaill fj,"J l
. JJollcet. r: 1'1 : F. ,.Jarvi. (;COJ- 
l.tlema/l C,þpr of the Blarl, /lod: .Iame"! AtJamson, CILrk: Cl vier' "!!'_'rl:nù, ::'(rgetl1lt-itl-Arms; ThOl'I:J
 
I Hrookp. J)onr-krcTlcr; 1\1: K"
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SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CANADIAX AL}IA
AC. 


33 1 


l'Ienlbers of tile (.cgislativc AssCnlbly of Canada. 
The HOIl. AUlol:STiN N. MORIN, 
peaker. 
cnS



EX- NA 'IES. cO'S;;:S
EN- N \:lIES. CO!\7;

EN- !SAYlES. 
BWltltartlOis.Jacob Dc" itt. Leeds. . . .. 'VITI. ßuel Richards. Russell... . George ßyron Lyon. 
BellechasSIJ. .Uon. A. N. Morin. Lcl/lster.. . ..Norvert Uumas. Sa"uellay.. 5 Hou. ?!. P: He ::5ales 
I Herthier....D.lVid'I.ArUlslrOng. Lelluxalld ß '. '!':: '" 
 La1ernere. 
HOllaunture. \\ïliam Cuthbert. Áddillgton.. eIlJalTIln ,-,e)-Inour. SJ/elford... . Lewis '1'. Drummond. 
llroekville, 
 George Shemood. L
ncobl . . .. \ym. I1
ITI,ilton
Ierritt. ðïler?rooke 
 B. C. A. Gugy. 
(Town).) L islet... .Clms.I'.I'ourmer. I ('lVICIl)..} 
Byto'/Cn, 
 J 1St Lun(I.(J1
 .. . . John "TibOl
. Siterbrauke 
 Samuel Brooks. 

 TOlcn).} 0 m ,cot. Lotbtlllere . .Jo
eph LaurIn. (County) } 
Carlloll... ..Cdwanl :\Ialloch. JUegalltic.. ..Hon. Domillick Daly. Simcoe. . . .Hon. \Vm.n. Rohinson 
Chambly... .l'ierre Beaubien. }lliddleseL... \VllIialll :r-.otlllan. I Stanstead.. ..Johnl\IcConnell. 
I Champlain.. .Louis Guillet. J1lissisquoi.. .1I0n. \\ïlliam Badgley. Starlllollt.. . Ale3.ander McLean. 
I C01mcall. 
 II JIll C 11101ltnwrellcyJo
eph Caucholl. St. JI!/acllltlteThomas Boutillier. 
(Tuun). } on. 0111 . ameron 1I1antreal, 5 HÙII. J.. H. Lafontaine l :it. J1Tnurice..Hon. L. J. l'apineau. 
I 'Jurc1tester.. .François_Lemieux; (Cit!!) .. 
 ilelljaUlin HolUles. ,!,ernb(J/
ne. .1I0n; L. :\1. Viger. 
TJrummoJld. .Rubert JIi u"ent \\ atls. Malltr
al, 
 A d J b. Tltree lltccrs.A. Iolette. 
\ fJtl1ldas... . . Johll Pliny"Chry:òler. (Cuunty)} n re 0 111. Turonto, (. lion. Henry Sherwood. 
Il)urlIU11
... . James ;':mith. KiogU1'U. 
 \V Iter II J)' " (City)..) \\"m. Heury .Boulton. 
I E,Esez.. . . . .Johlll'r!u<:e. ..('rown). } ,a : l
, son. TlCoJ'rloun- 
 \Ym. Hem Scott. 
I ', runtellac... .Henry ;:"ullth, Jr. l\lcolet . . . . 'I homas I'orUer. taws. . . ) y 
Gaspe.. . . ..Robert Christie. 1'or!olk .. . . UOII. U. J. Houlton. Vandreuil. ..Jean B. "Jon gena is. 
I Glel/gary.. ..John S, ì\IcDollald. JSortllllmbrl'd \dam H. Meyers. rerclteres. ..George Carti
r. 
IGrencille.. .Read Burritt. OtlU1ca. . , .John Egan. Waterloo. ...James \\'ebster. 
faldin
alld. .David Thomp!'oll. OLfor,{ .,. . . I1un. l'rallcis llinc"s. Wtdland... .Duncan :'tIcFarland. 
I Halton . . . .John ""eteuhall. Pderboru'. ..Jalm's lIall. Welll1coriÍt. .,Harmanu!' 
mith. 
,Ham

toll, 5 ::ir Alla
1 Xapicr Me., 
arlld:llf . . .;
lI[oilie J. 
uche!'nay. lra"'
/ska.. .M. F. <lit Leveille. 
I (Clly).. 
 nab, Kt. . 11 rescolt. . ..1 hos. II. J01lnson. I \' ork,. 
 Hon Robert Baldv;;n 
,tI...,tÍ1lgs.. ." ßilla I'liut. l'rillce Edw'dU,\\ id ß. 
te
ellson. (Y.Rldiu
) S' . 
IIlU1/tÙlgdon .Tancrede f:am-ageau. I Quebec, 5 F. II. ì\Tethot. York, 
 Hon James II Price 
'Tnron.... . Iloli. \Villialll CaylI'Y. (Cil!l)..
JeanChaIJot. I (ð.Ridillg)} ., . . 
I 'Samouraska. P. C,II'ac dit 
T:1Tquis. ' Qlle
ec, 
 Pierre J. O. Chauveau. 1 a,rk.. .. 
 \VIIl. lIuwe make. 
,lient _ . . " .lIon.ì\Jalcohn Cameron I rCOlW!Y)} I (E.líwmg) 5 
J(ill{!
tO
I, I1on. J. .'\.. l\ICÐOualù. , R
('''cliel
.. ...\Vc,lfred, Nel"on. 1 1 ur
;" 
 Joseph C. l\Iorri
on. 
(Glty
 .. . Jl1monskl. ....To
eph Charles Tache. (IV.. dmg) } 
Lal<ark.. . . . RoLert Bell. RauÚlle. . . . Pierre DavÜmon. 
PER,a"'E'ST OFFlCERs.-\'\'"m. n. Lindsay, CirrI.; G. n. Fairtau\t, Åss't do.; G. 'V. \Viek!'teed, LaiD Clcrk, 
and Ellglish Translator; \V. n. T indslY, Ass't do. . \V. P. Patrie", Clicf Office Clerk; Thomas Vaux, 21ld l 
.10. /lI1l1 ÅCCOltlltllllt ; " m. Ro
s, Chief Clcrk of Com11littees; Alfred I'atrick and Alfred Todd, Clerks of do, ; 
4euri Vo
er, ,Fre/(d
 1'ranslator; G. I.e\esque, .Ass't do.; D.P. Myralld, do. do.; J. Huston, do. do,; P. E. 
,Gagnon, Clerk (If j;'rulch Journals; G. VI. :Muir, Clerk of English du.; \Villiam \Vinùer, Librarian; Alpheu
 
I TO dd . A<s't do. ; (;eor
e K. Chi:-holm. Sergeant-at-Arms; J. ß. 
Ioraucl. 'l'hadrleus Patrick, IIenry Hartney, 
Kin;.! I
arton, \V. II. Lemoine, \V. Spink, L. ßcrthelot, and H. B. Stuart, Junior Clerks; A. L. Cardinal, 
CltirJ 11Iessenger; Pohert Defries, Poslmnster; John Cameron, As<>istallt lUcsscnger ; John O'Connor, DOOT- 
<<ceper.-Felix Fortie r, Clerk of tlte CrOlCll in Cltancery. 
I 


JUDICIARY. 


COURTS OF .TU8TH'E-CANADA 'VEST. 


Court 01' Al)I)NlI. 
OSGOODE HALL, TORONTO. 
His ExceHency the Go"ernor General; two or more E'\ecuti,,-e Councillors: the I1on. Vice f'haneellor' 
Jameson i Ihe Bon. Chief Justice Robill
on ; the HOIl. Jud;!es of Court of Queeu's Bench. Clak- Larratt \V.I 
"'lIIilh, ß. C. L. James Ale},ander, Jllessellger aJt
 Keeper. 8ittin
s commence 011 the scc.ond \verJuesdaY I ' 
,liter eac'] UueenTs Hench Term, and I;)
t accordllJq to the Quantity of hu
iue
s brought before the Court. 
rndepende,ltlv of these !'tated 
itlillgs. the Court meets by adjournment from time to tJlue for rJispatch of 
I j usilles8. Offire of the Clerk of the Court of Appeal in the buildings lieu adjoiniug the Bank of Uritish North l ' 
\llIenca, on \Yellington ::5treet, Toronto. 
Cou..t o[ Chaucery. 
O>'GlJODE II-\I.I., TORO'iTO, 
Chl'ncellor-I1is F.'\:cellency the Governor General; T"ire CllUlleellor-The lIon. Rohert S. Jameson; ]llnster 
'l.td Ilegisl1'ar-.John G. 
lJra'.ge. 'l'''R'I.
:-First, fr,)1!l the 
Ih to the 2\!tl1 Jauuary ; 
pcond, from the 
II:\ to' 
"1e 2 1 st April; third, froin Ihe 2nd to the l.tth July; fourth, fro.n the 3rd to J,e 1.3th Decemùer. LOll'" \-acation,\ 
,cow 1.3th ..\u:;u
t to J::.t OctolJer. " I 
COln.t o[ queeu's Bf'uch. 
OSOOODE lI\i.L, TORO'iTO. 
Cloief Justice-Hon. John ßeverley 
ohinsou ; Puis1/e Judges-lIon. .Tames n. 'Jacaulay, Hon. Archibald. 

cLeal', ---,* lion. \V.II. DralJCr. Clcrks of .hsi
es-\\ïl\i"m A. CampLell, - lIorue,1 
Cha:les .TçJ/1!,s, Thoma:ò,:'JcLean, \\'. J: Drapl'r. 'l'ER"
 OF 
1l'll'" :-Hi/uTlI. '1: rill J'Cl!ins on 5th. nud ellll
1 
on 1.lh 01 f ebruary: Easlcr Tn'm begl11s 011 11th, alld ends on 
rd June; '1 rlltlly TtTt/t be"ins on 3Ut!1 July 
alld en ds 011 11th August, lUicltaelmu
 Term begins 011 Jtll. aud euds on 1Îth November. C ï 
* 'fhe Ilemi;:p of the lIon. Jonas Jones, one of the J'1I1!Cs of t:,e Court ofQ'leen'
 Bench. lea\-es a vaenncy hrre. 
.:;honld it be tilled up belbrr
 lhe is!'uill
 of this .A ,. "UI
c., t!u.. , fll,oillll/ll'nt will hI' noteJ in a ,; l1 l1J Jl l'llIentarv' 
sht:et, 
8 well as allY other cha1lges tl:<:t llIay t
 

 "I.lce in the interval, Ly Gm-enul1l'nt appoiuu/lt'llts ôr l 
olherwl
e 


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I ,) or 


SCOBIF. & BALFOUR'S CANADIAN AL:\IANAC. 


Circuit Court..;. 


D
STRlÇT. ÐI
TRIrT Ton s. 
pi"În1:: Circuit. Id:J'1 1-'.111 Circuit, It'-ltl. 
_ _ j)a

 of Opening. 
:lV8 of Opcnin
 
, ., . . 
' I 
 u tl


r . s . t . . . . . . . .. .. , . . . .. .. . . . . . . . . . 1 , .. .1'<;rth,........... 'iTue,;
lar. May 8 ,l'lIur"day.October:l.3. 
.. v . . . . \ \ ( <lOck........ I ì\Ionuay. l\Iay 7 . . .. . . . . . ... . . ... . . 
lie........... '. ., .l'ctl'rl1oro' ........ .......... ...... Honday.Octoher 22. 
,Ie........... .B
L \I1...........I'''e,lnblOay. l\I.IY' l'dtla), Jctobf'fH\. 
fU..... ..'... . . . .l'ul I\vall ........ .I\\'c 1.11 'lOa). April 2. \lulI':"y. Oc oller 8. 
. . . .1 ( ................, .. .ll.unlltou........ .I\\'c' 'tla). '\IJ,il :!.,i I'uc
d,:y. ::::eplemuer 25. 
" ..IlL ' .. -. . ... .... . .. . . . . 'l:oro1':O.. " .. ... __I I'u,' _, M,,
 tI ! rhur
dar. Oc1OLer -t. 
'.. HUI ............, .....(.".II....:h.......... rn y.-'Ia\ .................... 
. .Júhn own.......... , .... .Hrockville.. ""'" .ITllur,,! ar. April l!) \IolJ(]a}, O<.'1O!.cr.1. 
' , . . .1. Illtovn . . .. . '" . . . . . .. " .London . . ....... . . 1 fhur!'day. :\I.IY HI TUcsda), 
cptemLer I"'. 
, . . . . 'I i . and. . . . . . . . . . . . , . . .. . K iU!:>lon ......... Tue, I, .' f\ pr il 11) FrjIJay. ::'cplember 21. 
'... .l.d 
...le............ I .....l'ObOUrg........... Tue
t. .Julle,'; '
OIHla\'.OLtober15. 
, ... ,.:1 .a.. .... ........ " ...Nia!!ara " ....... .:Tuesda
'. April 10 'Iouila;', 
('ptemLer 10. 
'....( .t"..a............. .....L'ori
Ual........... I ....... ........ï'ronnar.Octoberlá. 
.. ..1'nhcPLdw,m]....... I.. .Picton............ ....... .........I"Vedm'suay.October3. 
:: : :t\IIJu
.'. '.:: : ::: : : : : : :': : :: :


I
lee':::: : ::.: : : Ir;i,ja'):: 
i;ÿ j j" . 'I'
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s.d
:
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c.'

:
 
t': '" 
: . . , . Y ( na... . . . . . . . , . '1' . " .13elle\ ille . . . . . . . . . \V edne", 'ay. :.\J ay 3\ 'Ionday. October S. 
, . . . \\
clllll on............... ..GulJlph.. .. ... .. ., ..1"Tetlnesrlay, !\Iay 2=J . . ... .. . .. . .... ... . . 
, . , . n', -WI) . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . f'an,l\\ ich . . . '.. . . " Tuc!'day. May 1 Jlonday, l3eptcmhcr 10. 


CI"O" 11 OH
cc. 
Cl rk of the rrOlcn and Common Pll'fls-f'harles C. emall. L
I].; C!crk in ('.mrt-John Radenhurst. Dq.: 
." I ill Prat1ic.e G'ollrt-\YiUÏ3UI n. Heward, 1:
1]. O"F!C'E-\\ïiliam H. Cox....cll, r:"'q.. i'lr. ThollJasCoxwell. 
Ir. Ro crt t>c.:r::.on. :.\lr. George GohlslllltÎl, 'Ir. \nlliam Innes. 
DEPUTY CLERKS OF TilE CROWN. 


ia ':tra DiMrict. .\V. D. 'liller. 
lo IrL do. . ..\Je\.. Hte\\"art. 
1'.1lbut do... \. ß. RaJll'lje. 
Glock c'J.. .Richard l'oquele. 
I f\\, !I,1 'ton do. .. \\TiUialu f:!.ewitt. 
LJ)11 do.. .Juhn Harris. 
[Huro,) do.. .:Uorgan lIamil10n 


\\-estern District. .P. II. !\Jorin. /Johnstown Dis't. .'1'. D. Campbell. 
:s- e\\ ca"tle do. ..1 I. \\T. Jones. ß'l!hur
t do.. .(,harles l'1ache. 
Coillorlle do.. .\V.II. \\-ri
hton. Il>alhousic do. . .R. Hillin!!s. Jr. 
\
 ictori:t do.. ., V. J/. POl1ton. \ otta \\ a do.. :1'. II. Johnson. 
Prince Ellw'd do. .f'. :\Iortimer. 
asteru do.. .G. C. \Vood. 
)Iidlalld do.. .John 8. 
Ulyth. t;imcoe do.. . .H.ll. Gowan. 


COllI.t oj PA'ObatC. 


Ojjicial PrÙtcipal-Secker Brough. Toronto. Rcgistral'-Charles Fitzgiùbon, Toromo. 


Court of 
um_.tcI' SCS
iOll
, r. C. 
'1' lrt b held Quartelly in each IJi;:trict. anrl by a.lirmrnment from time to time, for a periol! not e
eeedin
 
The .I ,I lçe of the Di
trirt Court is ex officio Chairman 01 the Quarter 8e",ion!', W:IO. to;etlJCr with 
III _,,:trates of the Di
trict. eonslitme tI.e (''Jurt. The ('úul t IJ;'IS jurb,lictioll over .111 ca::.c:! of 
'Ldr :, \I i ,( 1II1'.1ll0r. anll otÌler minor ollcllces. Tri"ls arc hy Jury. To thi
 ('ourt is al
o confided the 
J of 'a ern Licell
(," in the rl'specti\e lIbtricts, the auditillg of certain I'uLlic .\Cf )Imt
 reiatill
 to 
, - .1., Illilli
tr.Hion of .Tustice in the Dj"trict. &c. Srrn:'Gs-The tir
t Tuesday ill the months of January. 
'\p. il al.
 J ..II" , and the third Tuesday in ]',ovemLer. 


Di!iJtl'ict COIU'ts, u. C. 
II] ennlt D."t-jrt of \\-e,tern f'ana,la. !1lere j" e' hli
herl hy statute. a f'omt. which is pre_i(Jed o';"er by one 
1 
 t hI \ e \,cen a f!arri...ter oftivc yt_ar ï 1" T . j Ilri,,:ktion of tile Court i,: euti rely confinl'd 
,,' , .n,' i
 Ii nit! I 1 ) .f:_íll, CIIHl'llry. in c , 01 J\Otl':S of 11, II', &e" allJ to .1.:2.). cu. rency. in 
- t". The furm" of p
 "Ire a e ill r to tl.
 " in "' t.. n Court of (,tUI't'I:'S ftelleh. 
milte tú a .Iury. TL::\1 :-.ïl'l to WI I :'o1.trch; -lth to 
 tl1':ucc; 

illl to :"';ll1 O.:tuLcr; and 
ru to 
 L VI cr. ::;n-rl:\ ;,;-::-,l1ne a,; \luarter : 
ioJ s. 


Dh{i
ion CODrts, U. C. 
'T' I)" I C 'llft<, in "TI'
tern f'an ala, are I !c I f'Vl'r I"" tl.f' Jllrl M of the Di
tri"t Court In e'ì"h 
t. 'I'll - IJctioll j" Jimi/l', to, UlI,' (',- "':1 . .1... rc;"
' in a f IHlltlrv manner. III 
j, allp\Vt t. 1;:/"h Di,:trict 01 t ß , I 
ill
 (' .1 ,I it t,J n' 't ('ourt Divi",ions 
r thl' ,TIP I!..f' of ('r,eh Ph pu iodlcal cireui, of hi:! IIi trict. allt! holùs a 
.1 D.. l"j '-'l.il' l'j' tl'e Q '" 
Coon t of ß iHkr"q}tcy. 
a r ofB"" rllNc\' 01,0 in Co IIi rn C..., and orE. .tnrn Cana,b. ('StahJjs
c,J 
T .Iu' , eith; r t' . JI ! of we fI . "- lI't t .

rt,;. 01 L'oulIui,,' or:er'i of llallkrui't,,' 
I fur I rti Uldr DI"tr 
a'l OJ '
I"] of tÌlI; cveral VI triets arc ';1 _) i I sal :.., ent TaLles. 


It I 


::U! oh"cnt DcLLOJ'..' Cûurt, (.T. C. 
-
' C, 1ft h
 '<01 'ell e-t'lJ.:-_hf'd if' T 'r ( ..11'1 I} ::;:.'ìtlJtl'. ;:'J(! it is intended for r111' 
, I af(' 1 ( :tit l ( It,.: t' ll.IIII,I
1 t \I.t. 1'1:1' J...,j'1I', or l' mmi':
ioner l 
t I -Irlct, i the Jud "0: P. [ ..t Pc, t r-' l IlIrt ror tlie Di"trict. l'el..re whom 
) 8,. . fbr (lrut 'ction fcolll arre"'t. 011 ::'lIrr
,I'leri'lg tbe wlIde of tlIeir prol'eny for the lIcIwof 


r r 


t -r Cr
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SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CAXADlA
 ALMA
AC. 


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C 0 U R T S 0 F .J U S TIC E-C A N .A D.A E.A ST. 


Court o
 APpeal. 
The Court of Appeal for Lower Canada, e- !Jlish.
 I U1 ler the .let Î Vie. chap. 1 Q , is compo erl of all the 
Justicesof the 
e\cral CO
I.ts of Queeu's llencll, any four of whom form a quorum. Jo
 'ph G. ll.J.rLl e, Clerk j 
John Von E\.ter, Dep,tlJ C rk. 
'l'ER)I":, from the bt to tile lUtill\Jarch, June and XO\"ember, both days inclusive. The Court sit;; [liternately 
in Quebec anJ .\Iontreal. 


Court of quecu's Bcue!lo 
J-I0
 rRE ..L. 
Criminal Jluis,liction IIPlù at 'lolltrea\ from 1st to I,' h Fehnnry, from 1st to nth .AU!!ust. The Hon JC1n 
Roch Rol1anrl. CI';f'f Jll,;lice; Hon. Cl.ule" 11. Day, 110n. Jalll ,:-:mit!l, allli the lIon. ':Ir"ar TIcJ;Jf(I, Puisne 
J,td"es' 8, \V. Mon], \V. C. H. Coffin, an,l L. J. .\. 1'a ,in IU, Prolltonolary: A. ì\I. Del.

, C rk of tile 
Cro
Cll;' John Gaston 
IlÙ \\'illiam Fo"ter f'omu, SI1
r!lf: Jü"cph Jones an.I Charles COI
rsol, Cur,on-rs; llenj. 
Deli"le. Hi"il COllsluble; Charles 1.:. !:;iÜller. SupeTtlllclldetd of CrOICl1 JV tn ""es: Rlchar I Ðlllo'l, FreudL 
Translalo/'and /1llerpreicr; Geon:;e :-:tanley, Crier; Ppter Dc
 in.o;, A
sis
ant Crier; Thom"l< :\IcGinn, naoler. 
Commissioners fvr rcceiân!f A1JuiaLiisfor COllrt of Q. B. ICldllll tlw Cdll of 
l[t)lllreal-
. \V. l\Io"k, L. J. A. 
Papineau, John Ho"tou, "'111, F. Coffin, J. .\, Labadie, Jo"eph Jone
, \VUl. Ross, J. Belle, I:tienne Guy, P. 
L Beauùry, G. \Yeehs, .\. Leßlanc, Ch:ules A. Terrou'í, anù A. Pe\letier. 
QUEBEC' . 
Sir James 8tuart, Baronet, Clâef Jnsliee for c. E. ; th" Hon. r.dw3rd Bowen, Philip Panet, and Thomas C. 
A)\win, Pllisne JI/dg"g: \Yilliam:3. :::ewe1l, f:Jlttri.tf; E. Burroughs anJ L. FÜ,et, ProtltoRolary; Jas. Green. 
Clerk of the CrOlCll: ß. A. Panet and J. :\.. Panet, CorOller. 
TER'is-Crilllinal Court. l
th to Wth Fehrnary, and froP1 11th to 
;;:th Angust. Civil Snpcrior, 7th to 31st 
January, ami from J
t to :!.jth April, July and UcLObcr. Infcrior, llilh to 23th Febru3ry ami i\Iay; 1st to 13th 


tewber aDd December. 
THREE RIVERS. 
Hon. D. 1\fondelet, R( ident Jlld,![e ; IS83c G. O
den, Slleriil; E. Barnard, ProllloRotary and Clerle of the C;,own ; 
Valere Guillet. Corolle/": l'hilip llurns, Hi
h CUllslable. 
TER'lo;-Snperior, Ci\ i1 anll Criminal, l::th to :!,ith February, and lit!! to 2;;:th October. Civil only 19th to 

 JUDe. Interior, ht to 7th February, April, June, .\ug.lst, UctJJ!Jer and December. 


ST. FR.\ 'iCIS. 
Bon. Robert Hunter Gainlner. ProÛncial Jlldge; F. G. Bowen, Meriff; \V. Bell, Protltonotar'] an 
Cluk of tlu CroteR; V. .\. G. DeTonancour, Coroller. 


G'SPE. 
110ft. John G. Thompson and E.Iw. H. Do" ell, Dislrid Jllrl[fes: :\Iartin Sheppard, Sheriff; J. \Vilkie and G. 
n. Tremblav, ProtltollOtar!! alld Clerk of U,e CrOICII; \Villiam Tilly, Coroner, County of Gaspe ; R. \V.l
itton, 
Coroner, 
ollnty of Gona\-cntnre. 
TER'ts-Ci\ il allr] Cri,..inal. at Per::e, 21st to 3Cth An;!llst: at New Carlble, 4th to 13th f
ptemher. The 
Superior Courts of nL'l'
II'" nelll'h ha\e jurbdiction in SUIts abovc 1:
:J, Currency; the Inferior Courts have 
'W-.i.:;ilicÛOD up to 1:2U, Currency. 


Circuit Courts. 


D:,;TRICT OF MO/iõTREAL. 
Judge8 II) polite Guy, Char!l., 'fonLelet, John S. McCord. 


D.,l'RU r CF 
lEnE('. 
Judges \ViIliam PO\\er, Jean C. Cruneau, anù J. ,\. Taschereau. 
Ballli:l upt Conrt. 
The C\rcn't Jud!!l'!! arc d
'), by virtuI' of their r it 1t. ComP1is
ione
" of Ihnhrupts and JmttÍPes of the 
Peace, ami arc r fJlI ,111 [If, i,,
 in t . p IlIkru 1ft f t' 'ir re, live Di Iri '5..' I to ;Jct é , Chairmen 
orlhc Quarter 
t iL:9 in 1 'vit>uict ,.)r W,lif ' . i.TC ,)point "I. U;1\ iù R. \Vood, Clel ., l\Iontre.J.l. 
Conulli....iOllcrs' Cou.-t. 
Tire ('ommi


oner-,' ('OUTta 
f{' _'M L pr in tI 
 cit!r3 oÌ Q,uebec.:lwl "ontreal, and on any ('ther 
day or davs dun.. tl 
. . ..0 wl.,..h ."..v 1l IUrned, tor heann
 \\ IlnL -:1"' I ,'n .rminin- -. '5- 
th!' Circuit Jud- , J. J 11 _r I . J where C. mmi j. ' Cuurls alc f etl 
itl,e sittin!::s are ')' \Iv 
,' ".I"J II. th,. ,Ion any other,' 'r or () . ! to W "1 th , b(: 
I 
 IjouTIll'lI, for hf lr
 \\ I ,. aml .c..mini..g 'l... Ci rk of tlte C"ourt, .110 real, JolIn Platt. Juns IcliOl' 
III SUillJ:I not excel' hng 1:6 . -., curren-yo 
Court 01' quartcr Se......iOIl'''. 
HètJ at 3-Iontrf'"lJ. from 1 Ii} tJ l!JtlI Januarv. r lI.r t t'J (h ...prit. frr-n lrth 11<1th July, from 
1.,t to 30r' 
,October. The (,irl'll1 t J ,.1.. ...1' thf' U. tl.
t of ''Ie. , "1ail ne'1 of the - I Vourt. \)( \an ,-- 
 I. Up" '[' t 
\Villiam n. Hre'1
'lt. C r f I".! p,.lee and /If Ð (.0 
 '{ 10. " (r D.1i 
'1 P III f i 
\y. :\Ionk, John '._ _ 1. \1< 1'Fl n r .\1. Deli
\P. \V. C. H. C .lIl, \\'illialll F. C '1ìn, L. J. .\. rapine u', Jo ;Jh 
G. Barthe. 
.ßlI \\ ,lhaUl H. Dr I;,.lt. (,Jmllils Ilers, 
Cummisifioners uull t'JC" \'ie!l,," .\ct, Î \ i . c.. n . If\;)-:tl"\. III. Delisle and AIel:. H. IJre!1aHt, 
lo);ltre I. 
LJIJi.[>UJ.uT clU! SlIpcrililell,delit oJ poliu-\Villi..m. f.rmatillger, )lontre<ll. 
S
l{'riHtii-I,. c. 
Q.
. n". f":. 
e\\ell ; )lontre;>l. Jr..\1Tj BO!,toll anù \V. F. CCÍ1Ì!l; Three Rivers, Isaac G. O"den' Sa I 
F
 G. F. Cowen; Ga
pe, l\lalllll :::1. ppard. 0 . . 
I CICl'kR of nl
 Pcacc-L. {'. 

C:o F. 
. !,erralllt; )!ontreal, Alp\
n
er '\1. Del}s;e and W. II. llrehaut.' Three River!', II. B. II1,
-'I('; : l 
(34- I' ranel", n Ilham Pell ; Ga:,[1C, John \Vllhle and _\, I.e. ...; G::spe, County ot Bon.Lventure, G. F. Treru LI-I. 



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SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CANADIAN ALMANAC. 


Canada COD1I}an>. 
h:CORPORATED BY ArT OF hlPERIAL PARUHIE!lT \:-i0 ROYAT, CUARTER,lE26. 
Go, ERNOR-Clw rlcs Franks, Esn. DEPUTY GOVERJI"OR-James ::\IacJ, iIIop. E;;q. 
DrRECTOns-Rohert Biddplph. Sir John La
thope, llart. M. I'., John }'ul1erton, James Gooden, \Yilliam T. 
Hibbert, Franci", H. Mitchell, ::\Iurtin '1'. 
llIith, Alexander Stew;>rt, \Vllliam \Vilson, \Vi1liam Freshfield. 
AIDlTORs-\Villiam (:.IU"sen, Thomas 1'0) m:er. Ne\\ man Smith. 
OFFICE 1'\ LONDos-f'anada House, :O;t. Helen's 1'lacc, mS;lOpsg..te :::treet. 
Cm:
nsSIOSEp.S 1'; C \I. HI \ \YrsT-Toronto. FrellericK \'\ï(der. Esq. ; Goderich, Thomas Mercer Jones. Esq. 
CLER!>,S I:-i TORo:\To-J. l\Ic \. Cameron. C. L. Cull, l
onalct l\IcDona'd, Thomas Collier. CLERKS IN GODI::- 
Rlrll-\\ïlliam Robert
on, C'Jwrks \Vidder. 
-\ny information l'c"pectin
 the ('on l !1;>ny's Land can be also obtained from Richard Eirdsall, Asphodel, 
""olborne District: and J. C. \V. Ðal
', :-<tratf..,rcJ, Huron District. 
I The Canada Company have for sille about F'tru,OW acres in Ùe Huron District, and E-OO,OOO acres in blocks and 

cattered lots in e"erv '1'0\\ IIshh in Canada \\'es,. 
I The Cana(la COlllfJany remit from Londoll to Canada any sum of money by letters of creðit upon their 
f'Gmmiss;oners, and lihcwise transmit any sum of money from Canaùa to any part of Europe, lJy letlers of 
credit upon the Directors. 


1\1 0 N E Y, 'V E I G H T SAN D 1\1 E A SUR E S. 


"' Tabl(' !ôlh('" jUg tile Relvtive '"
llue
 of thc l'lonjcs of Gr('at Rrit?ill, Canada, 
wi d tilt' Lnhcd 
ta.cs , a t tllC Rules 2.1",. 4tT. C y. and $1.8-1 
o tile;/; SlcrHll g. 
r
te rlin!!.1 cu rr'
/' 1 Fede ral. 
sl;;:Zi n!!. l
lIrr'clI. I FCd eral' l seerlill{J' I C'IIorrenf'Y. Federal. 

 .Ls. D. Sets. Æ
D
' .LS. D' I $('t
. L s. I' , ' I .L
' D. $cts. 
o II 1 U 0 ]
 0 2 U 7 0 II 8 (j: J 6!:1 .1 U U 4 17 4 HI 36 
o 0 2 0 0 2J 0 4 0 8 0 0 O!J l!H I ;; ù , () 1 8 
I 20 
o 0 3 0 0 31 \ U 6 0 9 0 0 10 J'
 
 ]
. 6 0 0 7 6 U 29 4 
o 0 4 0 0;) 0 S II 10 0 0 I'! '!
, 
 H 7 0 U S]U 4 
3 p
 
o 0 .) 0 0 Üc; 0]0 0 11 0 11]3 5 I 2 (ìü 8 II I' !J H S 38 72 
o 0 6 0 II 8 I 0 ].
 U H 0 II U ì
 2 r
 9 U 0 I ]0 J!) U 4:3 5tì 
o 0 7 0 0 9 U Jl 0 13 0 U 1.1 ]U 1 3 n ]U 0 U I J2 3 4 ð:
 40 
o U 8 0 0]0 I O]fì 0 11 II U 1í 1 3 30 20 U I),:!I (j 8 U6 f-O 
o U 9 II 0 1L O]
 I 0];) II 0 18 3 3 (i:
 30 U 0 I ' 
3 ]!J 0 11;) 20 
o 0 10 0 1 0;, U 20 U Jt; U I 0]9 6 3 87 4ù U 0 ,1" ]:1 4 J!)j (jO 
o U H 0 1 2 1 0 :!:! I 0 17 0 1 0 E1
 4 1l 50 U 0 GO 16 F 1'!-12 00 
o ] U U 1 3 0 
I U J3 U 1 1 lIAI 4 :;Ij 60 0 0 ,:J 0 0 ,:!9U 40 
o 2 0 0 2 ;;
 0 4:: I 0]9 0 I ] 3 J
 1 4 (iU 70 U U e,l 3 4 1 ::
S 50 
o 3 0 0 3 8 J 0 73 1 0 0 1 4 4 4 S-I EO 0 0 I {l7 G S ';;3, 20 
o 4 0 0 4 JU
 I O!)Ï 2 0 U 2 8 A 9 (jq 90 0 (), '1I9]U II ''].1 GU 
o 5 0 0 6 1 1 
I 3 II 0 3 13 U 14 52 luO 0 II 1:!1]3 4 ,I"! 00 
o 6 U 0 ì 4 ] '!;) II II I 
Briti'!ib "-cig'hts and nIcßJmrcs, in usc on tbc Gill day of oJu)}", 1825. 
lly the Customs' Act Qí'the Province of Canada, 10 and jJ Vic. C;1p. 
I. fCC. I, it is provided, that all sums of 
mouey grar.ted or imposed hy that ACl, e;ther Df dutil's, "(',,allics or 10r.( "l1rl". shall ùe I'rovinc'al ('I, re,lcy j 
and that ;111 dutie,. FihaH he 'mid and rccci\Cd under that Act, acconl1l1g to Erii' TrciglLls 411d lI:ca
ures in vse 
011 tILe 6elt day of ,]ul!/, l

ð. 
THE YARD, or Ell. is t'le stanrlard 
ard of líGO, prc-'Tla
 p. IIL
,';li e( ,t"i\lS '2
O stanùard yards, and 
scrved by the ('Ierk ofthc House ofComm0ns. I TIIE 1\1 ".E. 1il; J _",n.1a." 
'al'(ls, 
TlIE FOOT i
 onc-third part of the snirl standar9 yard. I In t'1I1'erficia l ( 1':', ',e. founrled on the above b:'si"'. 
TIlE hClI is ollc-twelfth part ofthc "tandard loot. tll{ rood or J.1nd COI(J,;ins l:!JO, allti the acre of lan.1 
THE POLE OR l'
X;"H cont
ins 

 stan
arl! ) ards, ,4Sl0 
(]ua
e ) anI: , 
The statute 01 .) Gpo. 1 \ . c. . J, ),avl1l
 (]('cl;1rp(] th" ')()l'nd A,'olrdupois to I e ír
 'I grams Troy weIght; (th., 
difference IJetween the pound 'froy and poulld Avoirdu)Joi" I eing <is :;ÎüU j:; to 7U(;I;), gives the 
J\lEA!"1 RES _Hi'O \''-El'iIlTS {I '11 (\LI.ON. 
LuLie IndIes. A\'oil'du) ois \\ e'ght. Troy \Veight. 
10. o
. (/I'S, lb. 0:. dves. g':'s. 
f'om Gallon........ ...... 21F.8 9 10 1i 1l 0 7 12 
\Vine (
;JHon . . . . . ., . . . . .. 2:]' . . . .. . . 8 ;; 6} ]U 1 9 22 
Ale GaHon . . . . . . . . .. . . . .. 
2 . . . . . ..]0 2 1l
 ]2 4 6 8 
rhe "ïnehe
tcr r.ushel i" 21.10..t.
 cuhic inch('!';, being Quarte: 0: ::\Iaiz(', or Jnrlian Corn, 
cO r:mnds. 
Q incite's dcpp, aTld l
.' incl1C''' i.l (ii,'mctel'. '.l'er \\ incl'c"..
, '
uarters are equivalcnt to 9.G!)U7 
Quarter ot Gr;>in. 8 "-incllester EU
)Jels. IlIIl'erial (!uallers. 
Tabl(' of Factors, for cOIHcrtiu;; Oh"J lUCas,urcs into Nc,v, and tllc c:'ontrary. 
I, DC'rim
,Js. r.
' V.,I'!i'I' F";1ctions ne.lrl:". 
(m'll I " illc _ I 
 1 -C01 ,I I " ÙlC - ----:1Ic- 
1I1eosJlTc. ]Ieas'l17'e. 1I1eCSY1'e. MJ
S1I.Te. 1I1ea",,1lre. lIJeasllTe. 
fo com'ert old measures into new. .m;!) 13 .f-3311 1.(;
704 

 H 
g 
To com'ert ncw measures into old. 1.031
 J.'!OC3:!, .9,,32t 

 
 

 
Standard "Tcigl
t or G
'aj!l m.ld PU)!i'C in (;1)l}Cr Canada, I 
Estobll
J;cd l' .-lei ./" JJ .11. rv. ('111>. i/;I, IF'1.1, 
Which d
clar,:
 the fo"o\\'jn
 rales to I e Il'e 
 anda,lI \ -ei
;'I. ,awl t:J"t i,l ,.11 ca
e
 they sl?all be allowec;I to bP I 
l'r,ual to t,IC \\ ('lchcsler Bl'
,ICJ. I nail cOlllr.'c,.. 
'nd s JJc", t.lt' Bushel s:lall he t,le wel;! ,t of a Jh1sdel as 
re2'ulatc.i hy this ACI, ancillot a bushp! in 1,leu,.UIC. or nccordl1lg to any glCatcr or le
s \\e'!;"lt, unlc.:;!1 tlle 
,'rntr,'ry shall be agreed on Ly t.JE' "ar.,es :- 
\\-heat....... ....,... (iUj t;. Peas.................. GOlhs.'lpans ......... ........ 511IhS' [ 
I m1ian Corn. . ... . . . . . . .. 5J Ibs. ll"rì<:y . . . . . ... . . . . . .. .. 48 ll.
. f'Ílllot.l} ami (;lover 8ecd. .. . to !Ls. 
Rye. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 5G lùs., Oats. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31!Ls.J 



SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CANADIAN ALMANAC. 


37 


Mcasurcs in use in Lo,,,"cr (]anada. 


The :\'Ieasures used in t'le 'ìe;gniorial parIs of Canada are tho:<e of France, while, in the Townships, thE 

tandard l\Ie.lsures of li:r1land are adopted. The relation the3e lIle, 
u.es, respectively, bear to each other, i
 
generally but little undersLOod, and indiscriminatf" reference to them in le;,;al instrul'lents, and even in Acts ûf 
tile Legislature, has often cause,lmuch inconvenience, anti many cases of hti
ation in the country; to remedy 
(as much as possible) those evils, th p followin
 TaLlcs have been constl ucted. 
In assuming t
e relation the Pied de Parii3 or Paris Foot bears to tile En
li..;l foot, that 
iven in the .. Philo- 
sop/tical Transactions," vol. ,'):", pa
e 3:!6, has been t.lken as tile be
t autllority. lly this it ap;Jears tbat lOUt) 
l-'rench arc equal to lfI6.;.i,'j English feet. In this Province, 10r sOllie years, the difference was accounted still 
:?reater than the above analogy gives it, 1Oü
 Englislt fL'Ct heing considercll as equal to 1000 feet of Paris. 'l'his 
last proportion. howevpr, wa., loun" to be deci,ledly incorrect, anti the care with which that was ascertained, a:5 
give'l in the P/tilosop/tical Trani3actions, can leave no doubt of Ïl'i superior e\.actness.* 
The denominations of Frenchmeasnres of di<;tance, intrOlluæd in the 'l'aLles ,ue Lca
ues, Arpen;;, Perches, 
Feet, and luches: in Snperficial or Square :\fcasure, the ouly French lHe,lSures are Arpens and l'erches, a.. 
applied to L:l.I1d 'I
asl,rf', with decimal parts of the le
ser denomination used in the Equivalents in all cases 
where they may occur, in the measnres of either spec ips. 
'l'be To;.sc, altholl
h much US2,1 bi praclic,d Geometricians in France, is selllom referred to in Canafla, except 
in Solid or CIlhic ''lca''ure, ami is tllerclbre not included alUon
 t[lose u
eri in the Tahle!'. It consisls of li Frencb 
Feet or olle-tltird of :I Perch, and it;; value may thence ue easilÿ obtained from the Taules, uy laking its equiva.- 
lent in any other :::Ì\'en denomination. 
The following 'l'.lulc may Le useÎul to those not familiar with French measures.- 
Incites. Feet. Pacltcs. Árpcns. League. 
11= 1 
21f>> = 1::3 = 1 
2lüO = I
O = ]0 = 1 
1:31110 = 3210 = flO = E4 = 1 


TA13LI
 I, 'l'AULB II, TABLE III, 
For converting Frenclt Feet and fnches into For COIl1:ertin![ Englis/I For converting Frenclt Leut[lIfJ:J, 
English Feet and Inches, anå into Eltglü/t :Feet all.l Illclles Ï1110 Arpens anà Perches into Eng- 
Stutute Chains and LÚlks. Frcnch Feet and 'ncilrs. lii!ft lIilcs, Cha;.ns and Links. 


Eng. Frcltlt Ellg l Fre71clt. F..
! ! En;rlis/t. i F,./t l ' Eng
 

I 
 II 
 !;
I
 
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 0) 
] ] I 
 ] I 
 
 ] 
r

] r 
! 1 
 
 
 
1 0.91 1 10 !J 4.Ga 2 1 5 2
 . .I 1 '
I , 2 ,0 f 
 4 1:
 .. 
; / 
' . ' 1 ';.
 
2' 1.
-I 211 18 9,l!} .'<' ,
 , · 
2 'II 30 I 2
 1 I'} 3 f<i.
', SO 2 72 52.i3 
4/ Ú.; ,10 37 li:
;' 4 1111.11; 1 3 4 1.3.311 
5 4.li!' 5\1, 41i 10.\1- 5 1 4.;.3;: 2 (j 8 3ú.73 
li l 5.1i:J I 60 56 :J..j. 6 1 i 1..1f 3 9 12 46.ú!I 
. 6,,')7 7U 6.3 
.l. 7 2 (1;3. iii 1 4 12 11; 61 , .45 

, 7.;)1 f'1I j,') 0..1 f 2 32.5:J 5 1.3 20 7ü.H 
9 1 PAl 901 
I 5.3Î !J 2 (jJ.;)!J 6 lS'U 9'..!.1
 
1
1 1
:

 I 
Xg \
 
:gl 
 
 

:
;
: 
 
i 
j 

:
 
1 I] 1.2û 1 3 :JU '
;':l 5.f1:J 3 R i I.!I
!) 27 37 
.2t; 
2 IIIU..')2 .JUO :}Î.3 3..
 4 11 
:!,üIIIO 
O 4,1 5
.(lJ 
3 1 9.i
 =>'-IU' \li9 1. 
! 5 11 .).1.311 '!O 61 2 0..25 
-l :J 9.UII (j1l1J 1,')Ii1 Il.
l 6 17 4:J,!),'),oN 9L 41 60......- 1 
5 I.J :3.:JIJ' illtl 'i.il>> !)"i 7 21) .Uii .f} l'H (; 14.51 
7 6 ' , ') ; :. .. '
 ! . !J .I U )\ O I I '
 " ') I 
 
 , - ,, " . ! , l l 8 2:J 
):!i liO I n-! 4i (;".14' 
u _- - . - - {) 21; }j,m Ij() '
3 !l :n.7,1 

 
 
:gì ;1000 1 9 : B 3,(;" 
:: 

 1
:1
:
 ;

;: 

 
:
 ! 
 
E'I:A
IPLE. 30 1 i l!1.iÎ 
J 1il 5'J 
!.ü4 
In &'-1 feet Ii i-1O incheo -III 1 

 

-?
 ;100 :JO.3 1J 36.2, 
of English lliea-<lIre, how;)\1 I t
) .)......1.), 
many Icet, &c., French? 
Peet lnc'tes, 
300 fret = :!-L 5.
I" E\':A:IIPLE. 

fJ do. = 7.. 0./7 In jO ]cCI,Q'ues, 70 ar(>ens and 

 i(

he9 = 3 
:i:
 perches, l'rench measurc, bow 
7-IU do. = (jü m
ny Englisb miles, &c.? 
__ 1II1es. Ch. Lznl;;:" 
31)0 1U.OU 50 lea!Zues = 1.31 47 6.:-.14 
-- 'ill arpens 2 4:3 4!.i.H 
:::I'e the conver"c of the 6 llCrchcs = 1 7-1.-10 
A ;J-16.- ,0 Answer, 0 \!'l.li
 aboveeumpleattheenùoí --- 
nswer, Table 1. Answer, ],;.') 11 f-
.G'" 
'* The well k!lown l
ropertY!Ji: ùi!lerent metals ,to e'pand or c?ntract in in
r
"ed or diminished temperature 
as compared w1th tbose at \Ii 11Ich t.le measures 01 the standard 1eet of [,ondOI! and Pari5i arc res(lectivl'lv t'lkcn 
h
Èca

dlisome to apply a further correction to the above relation ;JCtween their value" hy which Hili) 7" nearlv 
? 
I
 Iii 1 eet.. 'YOlI 1 . I1 be equal to lUon feet of Paris. The e'treme smallnes.. of this 
'orrectioll am

I;ltinO' to 
tf

 Ofa
b
 

!
I
I

. tbUUO, scemed to render it unnecessary to depart from the gencral authorities in' the coml
ha- 


LIKE\L l\IL:ASURE. 
Fr'h. Englis/t. I 
'rh Eng
 

I 
 
 7J I I 
 
 ., 
.... ..::::! 
 ..=: -- 
 
 ..... 
 ..... 
 
_
 
,
 
 
 .:: J:
 ,
 
 
 .
 


I

I
'

 
1 1.Oüû, 0 .I:J.j ] I It 11.0!ti 0 :!:!.üUi 
2 2, L::nO .:!t;[I 1.') 1.) 11.t',J.3 0 :!l.t:!:! 
3 3. W, 'u .40! WI 17 O,ti'!t, 02;.:-"]fj 
4 4.'.!Ij'J 0 .5:J- 1. 1-'1 1.1I:J O:!, ..J.JL 
5 5.:HH I) .lii3 1- 1\1 2.:W'! 0 :!n.uüt; 
6 6.:J!I.; 0 .
lIi 1!1' 2
 2.!J!H 0 :311./j-'1 
7 7.11i1l:0 .9-1' 21) 2L 3.7--0 03t.t!J.,) 
8 8.5:!1i 0 1.0iÎ 30' 31 l1.,.ÎI) 0 p, H:J 
9 9..;!'2,0 1.21.1 .10' 42 i..')t>>O 0 (jU!}1 


 

:

;Ig U
:: 
g 
:
 1
::
'
:: 8 

:


 
1 1 U.Î;-!' 0 ViL; 1 ÎII 7-1 7.13:1 1 nl)31 

 
 t

;:: l::'fY 

: 

 It
;
 
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:A

 
4 .J 3.1.)1; II (jAW IU') If)(j 6.!11I1I 11iUÎÎ 
5 5 3.9I,'j I) 8.lIi.J :!IJII ;l1:J J.;-'tlU, 3 '!.!.!J.j,; 
6 6 1.7;JI0 !J.G';!! i :111[1 :JL!) '"..00 1 -I 
IXt.! 

 
 
::
;
 
 l
:
(:; .

gl 11:; 19:

 g 4;:

;
 
9 !J 7.101,11 1 Li:J:J (j(J[I (j:1!) :UOII' 9 'j"."'lil 
10 10 7....!III,II1fj.ll
 illil i-lli O.:JOO,Ll =J!):JII 
11 L1 8.üi!"" Ii.íüt ! t-IIO i:-.;t 7.2I1U'L:! 91.'- h 
12 1'2 \UG
 0 l!}.:J.Î !!III) \I.;
) 2.11'" Ii =>;};.!
.; 
L3 13 10.2;1:0 2[1.\!9:!, LIIIIU 1UIi.; 9,000 lli H. ii;J 


E'tA '[PLE I. E\':AMPLE II, 
In 360 feet 1U inches In 13 feet lL inches 
French measure, how French measure how 
many English feet? many chains awl'links? 
Feel. filCh. Clwi"s. Lillks. 
300 feet = 3J9 f..il) ]
 feet = 0 21J.!J!H 
60 do. = 63 11.31 11 inches= 1.,H) 
10 inch = 10.6J -- 


LINEAL ìHC.\
URg. 


LI
E.\L I\IE\:5LJRE. 


Answer, 



38 


SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CAKADIAl\ AL:\lANAC. 


TABLE IV, T.\DLE Y, TABLE VI, 
For converting Ellgli
lt '!filcs, Chains and For co7Il'crtin!f Frelldt .Arpem- For convertinl! Englislt .Acres, 
Lillks, iutu French Lcagues, .Arpcll
, and Perchcs into Englislt ÂCTCS, Rou(ls (wd J>Crdlcsi1ltO Fre1tÚl 
Pcrdtes and Fect. Roods and Perches. Arpclls aud PcrellC!!. 


Englislt 


LI
E.\L :\JE.\SL"RL. 


Frcnch. 


J;;llg. 


Frcnch. 


CI) ':.) Cf.1 
- CI) - Cf.1 
 
.: j 
 

 
 
 
 
;;; u ..;;'
 

 
 


( 
8 
f) 
111 
20 
311 
40 
:it. 
60 
ïO 
HI 
90 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
f! 
9 
1ú 
20 
30 
40 
50 
00 
70 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 


'" 
" 
.... 
"" 



 

 
::= ;:...... 
 

 .... 
 
 

 "";
 
 


1 
2 
3 
4 


0.C2 8 2 :;
 1 16.116 
1.
.J 9 2 79 7 2.:1'1 
1 
6 111 3 
3:! li..)L' 
2:4
 1 ' 20 (i 'it; .J 13.1.í 
3.10, 30 9 W 7 1.7:3 
3.7:!1 40 1:3 e 9 b.311 
4.:J,J, 50 16 3
 1 1!.-- 
4.91ii GO J:J ,j,'j <I 3.-1,'j 
5. 57 1 70 
 li 
 _ 1 ': ( 
 l
:

 
? , .!9i t-U - 
L,.:.9 1 9U 2!J H 1 5.1- 
1 0.5"'1 100 3'2 fi-l :J 11.76 
1 6.77 1 200 G.) 4-1 7 .)..)1 
1 11,96 3Ua 9" 2.) 0 1ï .::7 
2 1.JljI 400 131 ,'j <I 11.03 
2 7.3.) 1 filJO ](j:3 G9 8 4.7:- 
2 13.[>-1 (:110 I!JG:;O 1 lG..31 
3 1.71 7110 2:W 30 5 10.3U 
3 7.03' bllD :!,i
 JO 9 4.0.') 1 
6 I.'). "Ii' POO :29'- 7,,) 2 l,').H 
 
1 0 ,j.7-,llooo ;}'27 J,'j 6 9.57 ,
 
13 13.7J - - t 
1 7 3.
! I EXAn[PLE. 5 

 
 It
 In 1.),) miles 12 chs. 
2 7 9..t3 
9 Gi'-I00ths links, 
g 
 1
:J
 ir:;n
1ishmeasure,how 
6 R H.5G Imany French leagues 
11) 3 3.b,') '&c. ? 
13 7 11.131 L..A. P. Ti. 
17 2 0.41 1 1OOmls=3".W-I311.7G 
20 6 7.6!1 , ! JO do. =1G 3:!] 1-1....- 
2131-1.9- ,'jdo. = l.J:]li 3,:,'9 
27,j 4.2'i I 1O chs.= 3-1 7.:!
 
5.') 0 E,.5'! 2 do. = G 1.').
 
f
 ,) 1:2.77 60 Iks. = 213.:;1 
I 21; 0 17.03 f' do. = <I,!JII 
1 
;l 6 
'

 I 0.68 do.= O..l:j 
ILll (..}J -_ 

 21 6 11.PO Ans. .3070 6 0.00 


5 
G 


SUrERFIf'L\J., OR SQL"ARI: ..UrERrICIAL, OR SQUARE 
1\.11: \
URE. :\IE-\:5CRE. 


English, 


Ellg. Frend, 1 1:.111J. 1

 


Frlt English.' Frenhl 
",I '" I 
'7.1 IIò; 
 0) 


:

 
 
 
:...


 
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",::J.., 
, 


'" 
..., 

i
 



 





 
 
 
E
t

 

c.:
 
 
 


'" = 
:3 t; 
 

 
 
 

9 46.94 
9 10 m.31 
10 n f3.67 
20 2.'3 67.3:; 
30 3.') 51.02 
4U 47 3-1.70 
50 59 18.37 
()() 71 2.0,") 
70 
1 E'ã.72 
80 !I,I 139.39 
!tU 106 53.07 
100 1]9 36.74 
200 23G 73.4'" 
3{j0 3.,.) 10.23 
400 4.3 4ß.97 
500 591 P3.71 
GUO 710 20.45 
7110 :-2.9 59.19 
:-00 9-1G fJ3. 94 
9!10 10m 30.6" 
1000 jl1
3 67.42 


EXA:lII'LE. 


In 270 acres 1 rood and 2" 
EXU!PLE. 'i6-VO perches Lnglbh measure, 
In 320 arl'cns 10 perches, how many arpens, &c. 1 
French measure, how lIlany acre" Arpcns, Perche, 
&c. ? 200 acres = 2.36 73.4:3 
.Acrcs. R. Perdles. 7U duo = 
2 F5.72 
300 arpens = 2.,:3 1 31.7U 1 rood::::s 29..>!) 
20 do. = 16 3 2.1.-11 20 perches = U.-O 
1U pcrches= 1:3.:52 8 do. = 5.92 
-- 66-100 do. = 49 


1.3.. 

.ÎU L 
4.0(; 

:

 I 
8.11 
7 9,Iß 
f" llU'l 
it' 12.li I 
111: 1:J.:;2' 
20, 27.'XJ 
3u 1 O..U 
40' 1 1l.tl7 
50' l:!i ,5!1 
(jJI 2 1. IIJ 
711 211.G:! 
tU' 2 2"'.J I 
90: :l 1.Ii,') 
I 31.).17 
1 230.:3-1 1 / 
2 2 5..)
 
;J 1 2U.G!J 
1103;),:-G 


0.7-1 
1.1- 
2.':!
 
2.!U; 
3.7(' 
4.-1-1 
5.110. 
5.!12 
Ii.titi 
7.-1U 
1-1.:-11 
2'..!. HI 
2!}..")!' 
,')!I.k 
fP.7i' 
11".371 
,) 3G 
-' I 
..,. .1-'> 
:3 -- 1f' 
<I 7
: Iii 
.') !1J.
-1 

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1 


1 
2 
3, 
4, 


Ii 5 0 11.1';- 1 
7 :; 3 2G.2] 2 
8 fi 3 1.:J,< 3 
9 7 2 16.5: 4 
lU P 1 31. 7: :; 
20 11; 3 2.J..l
 G: 
3u 2-) 1. 1.3.17 7 
4u 3:3 3 G."!' f' 
50 4
 0 3:".1;" 9 
('0 5U:! 30.3,! 10, 
70 ,')9 0 2'.!,Of: 20, 
:-0 6ï 2 13.7!, 30 
90 76 0 5.5] 1 
lUO I H J 37.
, 2 

OO IG9 3 3-1.-1' 3 
300 1 
3 1 31.7( I 
'Iua :3:37 3 2..1.9:, 
 
5UU 4:!
 1 2.L j( "I 
G.JO 1.')(Ifi 3 2,'},3! I 
7uO I.

! 1 20.G:! '
 
bUO I '",) 3 17.t-L \I 
!I(IO 7GO 1 1.').1i!1 1 
1OUO ,1'-1,1 3 12.:3:1 


Answer, 


See the converse of this ex- 
ample at the end of Table V. 


3'20 10.00 


IlIlpcrial Stalltlard lUcasurcs. 


II.- "ì
A
l;ru::f': O}<' 
T]RFAí'r. 
111 F:Jnare inches = 1 
qnare foot. 
II 
f]uare feet = 1 Square vanl. 
30! Sqnare }ards, or 
 
. 
2::!
 sq. feet S = 1 Lquare role. 
4
 f:qlmrppoll's = 1 Rood. 
4 Roorb, or I-I!J 
 
square yards 5 - 1 Acre. 
And 61C acres make1 square mile. 


5 
6' 


Answer, 


270 1 28.00 




....
 
In thc Impcrial system, adoptctl in the United Kingdom, January I, 1526, the legal measures of extension 
;md weight are continued a'i before; but a variety of corn, wine, ami beer measures, previously in use, are 8U- 
persede I by a rc\V measure of capac;ty called the" Imperial :,tandard gallon," containing 277,17-1 cubic inches, 
or to Ills. n\'oinlnpois, of distilled water, at (j:!o Fahrenheit, the L.aroulI'ter being at 30 inches. TIle following 
tables e,hibit thc Imperial i>tandards, and their usual multiples anù di\'j,õions. 
I.-:\IE.\SlJRES OF LEXGTJI. III.-:'\ICASURES OF CAP.\CITY. 
12 Inches = 1 Foot. I.-UEriERAL !lIEASt::RES OF SOLIDITY. 
3 I'l'et = 1 '\ ani. ]7:!'" f'ubic inches = 1 Cubic foot. 
4

 
 O a l r e d s s = 1 role or Perch. 27 Cubic feet = 1 Cubic yard. 
= 1 Furlong. The tOil measurement = 8 barrel bulk, or 
8 I'urlon:!s or 
 4 0 C u ùic fe et. 
litiO YnnJs 5 = 1 l\Iile. 
The han,1 = 4 inche!';: the English ell = 4.') inches; II.-!lIE\SURES FOR LIQUIDS, COR
 A
D DRY GOODS. 
he pace = :) fi'et; and the fathom = 6 Icet. 'I'llI' "1.'0-1 8.Gm Cuhic inches = 1 Gill. 
raphic II d";ree = 2:.1 nalllicallna
uc", or lÌ!),121Il1Jles. 4 Gills = 1 I'int. 
[uland measure, the chain of lOU IinI." = 6G Icet, 2 I'jnts = 1 lluart. 
4 Quarts = 1 Gallon. 
2 (;allons = 1 J'l'ck. 
4 rechs = 1 ßn
hel. 
8 Bushels = 1 Quarter. 
Tht; pcck, busnel, and quarter, are used for dry goods 
onl v: there are bc
idcs, the coom = -t bushels; t1le wey 
or 'load = J quarter,,; amI the last = 2 loads or lU 
I qU

:
r ]'.[eosllre, the harrel contmns 4 tirklll8 or 36 
I gallons; and the hogbhc
d 1
 barrel or 5.1 gallons. I 



SCOBIE & BALFOl'R'S CAl\ADIAN AL}IAXAC. 


39 


In 'Fine 
'Ilell$Ure, besides the "'allon and it
 subdh'i- I contain 2'
 parts pure and 2 alloy. The mint price of 
sions various denOtniuations are 
seJ, a" the Lutt, pipe, I gold is .f::j lis. 1i1
(t. per ounce; and hence the full 
&c., 
"hich are given below, but the"c arc no\\' to he weight of 
 50\ ",r
ign is 5,dwts
 3.274 troy grain'>; Lat 
considered rather as the names of cask!; than as e\.- the so\ ('reign ot .) d\\ ts.:!,. grams. and the half sv,'e- 
pressing,any detinite number of gal
ons. The slo!,dard reign of:! dwts.1}
 
,r
in!;, ar.e allowed currency (Pru- 
!fuages III trad,. are as follow :-I'lpe of Port, 11.) Iml:1' clamatlOl'. JULIe. I, I
'U), "ronght gold has t".o Icgal l 

alls. ; pipe of Lisbon, 117 do. ; pipe of Care or 
Ia<1el-' staudards; !Jne IS 2t c;t
at". the s
lIIe, as the. cmp. anfl 
ra, 92 do. ; pipe of Teuerilfe, 1011 do.; bult of ::;herry, the Olher ]., carats. 1 he latter, Instltllte,lln llUt, IS 
10:3 do. . hO"shead of Claret, .tû do.; aulU of Hock, usc(1 chiefly for natch-ca::;cs and riugs. 
30 do.' '" The fineness of 5i1\er is expressed in ounces and 
Herringø arc measured by the barrel of2G
, or cran pcnnywei
hts; the standard fineness is.ll OJ;. 2 dwts of, 
of 3i,l "allons. pure metal and ,IS dwts. of all?y, lI1
klllg 
ogether one 

 t> pound troy. Pnor to 
he re-coll ó:'!e III 1dl), a {,ound of 
IV.-)IEASURE8 OF "-EIGHT. standard 
ilver was minted into 6t shillin!!s, and wa;; 
I.-A\.OJRDUPOlS Oil COM\1ERCHL "EIGIlT. thus i"sued at Js. 211. per oz.; Imt althougli the mar
:et 
27.313ï.) Troy grains 1 Dram. price of standard sih-cr bullion has for lOany years" a- 
U; Ðrams 1 Ounce. ricd little from Js per ounce, the Hew coin is minted at 
16 Ouncrs,ori'OUUgr. = 1 l'onlld. JS. 6<1. per oz.. as tiû shilliu;!s arc coined frOIll a pound 
1-1 I'ounds 1 Stone. of Imllion. 'J'hll act of 1dli, however. dccl,lres" that 
2 Stones. or 2"'lbs. = 1 Quarter. silver coins "hall be a le
al tendrr for .JOs. only at one 
4 Ur"., or Uti lis. 1 Cwt. time," and" that gold coius shall be in future the 
(,lc 
2U CWb 1 TQn. st
ndard I/Iea
ur
 o
 \ alue antllrgal tender tor payment 
wilhout any huutatIon of amount." - 
FlOltr. WÛg
t.

 stone = 14 "r:ounds.; 1 boll 
 1
o.' "Vrought silver ba;;:,two le;!al standards; one is the 
pounds, 1 sack = __0 pounds, or -2 c\\ t. , 1 barrel_HIli same a.., that ofLhe COIO, and the other S d\\ts. better, or 
lbs. U oz. 10 d\\'ts. nut the latter, called new sterling, is 
n.-TROY WEIGIIT. sel,lûm tiseol. ' 
2-1 Grains 1 l'ennyweight. lJiOll101td JVeigltt.-Diamonds are wei
lJed hy carats, 
20 JI\\'ts 1 Ounce. I51
 of \\ hich make one ounce troy; thiiS carat is thel e- 
12 Ounces 11'0und. lore cqual only to 3 1-6 troy grains. 
The use of this weight is confined to the precious Pearl Weigftt.-The troy ounce contains 600 Tw-,rl 
metals. grai ns, and hcnce one pearl grai n is 4-:íth
 of a troy grai n. 
The fineness of gold is e;\presscd in carats and ;!rains, .Aputltecaries' WeigÙt.-2U troy grains make 1 scruple, 
the unit of refereuce being divided into:!-t carats, and. 3 scruple" make 1 dram; and 8 drams llIa!.e 1 oUllce. 
the carats into 4 grains. The Mandard of gold coin is, The ounce alld pound are the same as ill troy weight. 
22 carats; that is. the pound or other weight !ohould I This \\ eight is used in medical prescriptions only. 
'l'ables (or convcr:illg Old :iUcasures into Imperial, &c. 
EQC.4.LIS.\.TIOS TABLE. 
English Wine 1IIraStlre.-32 gills = 8 pints = 4 quarts = 1 gallon. And 2.)2 galls. = 6 tierces = -t hhds. = 3 
puncheons = 2 pipes or butts = 1 tun. 
1 wine gall. = .t-':j:Jll imp gall. ; or 6 wine galls. = 5 imp. galls. nearlv. 
ElIgl:.s1t Ale Jlltll.."tre.-", pints = -I quart:,; = 1 gallon. And 2lti galls. = 24 firkins = 6 barrels = 4 hk 
s. 
3 puncheons = '2 hUHs = 1 run. 
I ale gallon = l.n!ïu-l imp. galls.; or 59 ale galls. = (i!l imp. galls. nearly. 
Linlithgol.O Dry Jleasltre.-lU:!llip!Jie
 = 
jû pecks = 61 firt. = 16 bolls = 1 chailler = for wheat,7.93ß!)P, 
and for IJarley, 11. JU:!tu imp. qu..uters. Hcnc;;e 2 wheat bolls = 1 imp. quarter; and 11 barley 11(0115'= ts Imp, 
quarters nearly. 
EltgliBh or 1Vine/Lester Dry 1Ilea..<ure.-Gt pts. = 32 qt
. = 16 potties = 8 !::alls. = 4 I'K!!. = 1 bushel j PO hn"h, 
= 20 COOlJlS = 10 quarter" = 2 loads = 1 last = 1 \Vinchester bushel = 7.ÎJ.JJ::: imp. galls.; and hence 32 \Vin. 
bushels or quarters = 31 imp. bu"hcJ..; or quarters nearly. 
Irislt. Jlleasures.-11 Ir, miles = 14 imp. miles,-3U! Jr. acres = 40 imp. acres. 
Scottislt 1!1eMures of Length.-.)9:!0 feet = 19211 ells = 321) falls = Q furlongs = 1 mile = 5929.51:8 imp. feet; 
or 10 Scot:,; miles = H! imp. miles Tlearly.-Chain of 1'JlIlinks = ii.l:!U imp. feet. 
SroUislt JIleasure of Surface.-:;.tiO ells = llj{) fJ.lls = 4 roods = 1 acre = 1.:!1H1S3 imp. acre; or 2.'3 Scots 
a.cres = 20 imp. acres nearly. 
Scottish JIleasures of 1VeiglLt.-Troyes or Dutch \Vei!(ht, 1\11fI6 drops = 2.')r, 07.. = 16 Itls, = 1 stone = 17.3!)l"''''1 
Ibs. avoird. 1'ron wcight (\.ariable). In I:dinbur!!h, 1 tron pound = 1.3i \l)o:ii Ihs. aminl. 
Scottislt Liquid 111eusure.-123 gills = 32 mutch!.ius = 1ti chopins = e pints = 1 gallon = 3.006.')1 or about 3 
imp. gallo;. 
FR4.NCE.-Lellgth,- 'Ietre = 39.371 inches; aune usuel = 11-3 metre = I\it inches: toise usupl = 2metr"" : 
kilometre of LOUU lIIetres = 1C!l31 yards: myriametre of 111 kilol1leter
 = 6.:!I:.I-:!lmih's: thp [}O!'t lea=,lIc )S -l ':' 
yards. Surface.-Hl'ctare of W,j ares = '
.li IH3 acres, or :! hect1res =.j acrc
 ne1rly. Sulidil'f.-Veca!'tf'r(' 
of 10 stere!! = 1:1.9-U2 cuhic yard,.. Liq,Ûlls.-Lille = 0.22009 imp. gallons; or 11 n litres = 22, imp. g' " 
nearly. Grain.-Hectolitre of 100 litres = 0.3t:j90(J0 imp. l]uartr>r, or 21 imp. bu!'hels I)Parly; I,oi,,!'e'lu 115 I,ll 
=! hectolitre. Wei.!{lIts.-ì\letrical quintal of ]011 I.ilogramnll's = :!20
 ILs. avoird.; liHe usuel = 
 !.ilo- 
gram me ; the old quintal of ]00 liHes (Jloids de marc) = 10i .!It::' ItJs.1I\oint. 
UJoiITIW ST4.'l f's.-::;:,\lne as ßritain. with former En
lish measures of capac.ity. 
PRO\l'i'CE OF Nov..\. SCOTlA.-The \'''eig
ILS and )Ieasures used in Xo\a 
cotia are the Imperial standard, as 
in England. 


POlmlation and Extcnt of the Globc. 


I llalhi Geo
r. l"H. I \\"eirnar l\1mana r , 1"'10. 
Pupul
ti
I
. Il-:n:..!>
 mil
 Pop.tv "q.lH
 l'opulatiOl 
t n!!. sq. rnilc ;;-I'cl'.to "r .I)li
 
Europe.. . . .... ..... :!"!i.7I1l1,1I00 - a,7"",-"0 ('1.5 
:j:I,:HU.' I:i :\,
U7.1!IJ I ül.:t 
lhia. . . '" . . :..... 3.10,OtJH,OIl0 Ifi,lIlí,f'CO 
H..; GlI-,.ïlli,1I1!) 17.
II...11li 3\.2 
Africa. . . ... . . ..... liO,IIIIO,IIIIO 11,
íl."IIO 
.:1 lfll,I!....,41l 11.,:n,-1:!'" Q,6 
America. . . .... . ." 3\),OUO,000 H,7:JO,UOO 2,6 -1-,IIL7,1.;0 1a,H:!,IIJU 3.3 
O:::"anica (Aa"'tralia,1 
}'olynesia, and 1n- Ì' 20,
OO,()OO 4,10;),000 .t.!) 1,C
,]!!t 
diiln Arcbipela
o) ) I 
'1'ut'lls. .,
 3Î,OIlIl.II OO 4!1.-;1!,1I1
' I 11." !I:I:I.II!I
I,f..17 511.1..\1.I0Il11 I - I
',- I 
' More recl'ut aut
K)rilies e
timate tile population of tIle world .It IJïO millions, and the aver<lge uUIllLcr of 
mhabitants to the English square mile at 1". 
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SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CANADIAN ALMANAC. 


BRITISH TARIFF OF CUSTOl\IS DUTIES-[ABsTRAcT.] 


[Be"itles the foIlowing rates on imports into Great Britain. Spirits (eAcept Brandy) pay 4d. per gallon e"{tra: 
and other articles an additional dUly of 5 per cent., with the e'tception of Corn, Meal, Su
ar, Jsin"lass 
Chemical Oils, l'ickles, Camphor. Swails. Turpentine. Verdigris, Cable Yarn, Glass. The arlicles ma
keùt 
were reducecl by ttle .\ct!J & 10 Yict. cap. 2:J and ü..!, and are e'empt from the additional duty.] 
I For- Colo- For- ('010- I For- I Colo- 
eign. nial. I eign. nia!. eign. nin!. 
-- -- I 
s. d. s. d. , s. d. s. d. s. Ò' I 
 
.\Imonds . . .., . .cwt..10 0 10 0 Corks,squar. for roundl Liquorice... . . .ewt. 20 0 LO 0 
Apples. . . .. . . bush., 0 (j 0 2 ewt. 16 0 16 0 'lacaroni ami Yenni- 
Aljuaforlis... . . . c\\'t. , ;') 0 5 0 ('om (see p. (1) I ct'lli. . . .... . . .Ih 0 1 0 1 
t Arrow Root. . . .cwt' l 2 Ii 0 6 tCottons manufactur- I ,Unc
 . . . ,... . . .Ib. 2 Ii '2 Ii 
llaskets. . . .per cent. [101.] [101.] ed whoIly or IJar;!ly, r\lal/;e. . . ... . . .qr. 1 0 1 1 0 
tlIeads.. . . .percenl. .[Wi.] !lOl.1 . !na
lt' u. P ' . 'p?rcE.'r1t. [1Ol.] [51.J Uarl11nlade. 
. .. .Ib. 0_ (j 0 1 
Weer. . .,... . . .bar. 10 0 :W 0 rt,ra} 011". . . 'I;er cellt.![Wl.J [lIIl.J t;\lats & mattlllg..p.ct. [.>t.] [2
1.] 
I llOOh'" pnnted [,efore l !l;rystall11anu(.. .p. ct.,l1()[.j [lOl.] ;\1erc!lry.... .per cent. I [IUl. , I [lUl.] 
1-01. . . . . . . .cwt. 
II 0 
O 0 lUuculllbers.preser\'ed,; tl\IuslcaIInstrul11ems.. 
. .!>ince 1:-01. . . .cwt, 1000 1000 per cent. [5l.] [2
1.l per cer.t. 1 pOl.l rIOA.l 
. .ill foreign .Ii\'ing !an-I Curr
nts....,. .cwt, 1,3 U l.) U Xeedlework. .per cent. I:c'Ul.1 if:!OL.J 
I g'wgcs. pmJted sJllce _ I
?tl'". . . .. . . .cn-t, l\J 0 10 0 
uts.... :.. . . .bush. :! IJ I:! Ú 
]801 .... .. .cnt. I ,)o 0 50 0 L,lrthenware..perccnt, 1101.] [101.j 'lìm:\Ol1l1ca... .cwt.l;; 0 l ;j (j 
Inoots&::;lJoes.&c.:- I';g!!s... ....perl:!<J 01U 0 2. iOi!s.pcrfumed....lb, 1 1 0 1 0 
.\"oll1en's boot", 12prs. 6 U 6 0 L
tracts.....percent,[2l!l.J [2Ul.] Oilof'l'uqlentine.cwt. ;) 0 2 (j 
!tJflinedor trimllled do. / 7 6 7 U IJr al itl'!p's option. lb. 5 U .") tI Olives......... ."al. 
! 0 2 0 
I tS
IO
S. \\ ith doub.sdes, 
:
athers. dressed..p.ct. [!Ol.] [lOl.] Onions........ hl

n' l 0 Iì 0 3 
qUIIlt'llandclogs.do.50 50 1Ig_'..........cwt. 1 ,) U l,'j U Opium..........lh. 1 010 
' , tll.lriIlUnedorlineddo. 6 0 6 0 Flo
\'ers. artific'l..p.ct, ['1')l.] [2,")l.] Oranges & Lemons in 
t\\ omen's shoes.. .do. .:I Ii 4 (j Fruit, raw,not enl/lller- bo\es, not C'c. 5uun 
t... .iftrillll/Jed..do. J 0 :; 0 ated......pcrcent. ' [51.] [Jl.] cubic inches...bo\ 2 (j 2 6 
itGirls' boots and sho!'s, tGlass. viz. :- 511UII to 73('U do. .bO'- 1 3 !) 3 !) 
I two-thirds of duties Flint. uncut... . . .!b.' 0 1 7300tol.J,lIlItldo.bo\ 7 (j 7 (j , 
t
Ten'
 boots.. . . .do. 11 0 11 0 'Y.iuc Glasses. do.. .Ib. , 0 2 J:v.: (([!I.WUU do.bo't 0 7å l 0 7, 
t:::-hoes......., .do.I' U 7 0 Fhlltcutgln!j;s... .Ib, 0 4 Or7ap.cent. acl.1:ai., 
tHoy,,' ditto, two-third
 Crown or window. 1I0t l'alIltcr,,' colon;. .p. ct.' [101.] [10l.] 
of duties aho\e one-ninth inch ,Paper.printed or !>t<lin- 
t]100t fronts. not abo\e thic
. . ... . . .cn t.: 7 eJ. or pnper - hang-I 
9 inc
lCs hi
h . . . do. 1 !) 1 0 Manulactures lInellum-. _ ings. . . ... .sq. yard l 0 2 0 2 
:Cxcepdlllg 9 do.. . . do. 2 9 2 0 ('riUed . . ... ". .c wt. I 0 . . . waste or paper no. 
11o\es..... .per cent. [JOl.] [.3l.l N.ll.-After -\I)J'il5. ! enumerated.. ....., 0 4
 0 41 
tErns" manufac. .p. ct. [l0l.J [JOl.l 1
1:'. one-half or said l'astehoards. . . ..cwt.,30 U 
 0 
llrich.., Dutch. 1.ÚÜU.. 10 U 1 '.3 0 glass duties. ('ears. . . ..... . bush., 0 6 I 0 3 
...othersorts......1.30 ï (j Ginger.........cwt. IO 0 5 0 t1'encils....pereent.I(JOl.) (J01.) , 
tßrochade. . . 
)er cent. [1111.1 I [Hll.] ''-' presen.'!,l. .:. . .lb' l ? Iì 0 1 ('epver......... .Ib., 0 6 ,OU , 
ItB.-onzemaoulac.p.cr'LllIl.J [H'/.1 (.lo\-es.lJablt)lltts..do. 2 '! " 4 tPerfumery...per('ent'I(101.) (101.) 
I mliCk Wheat.. . .qr. 1 U 1 U lIahitGloves.. ..do. 3 
 :J (j l'ewtermanufac.p.ct,,(101.)i(1Ul,) 
tl
utter . . . .., . .C\Tt. IU 0 2 Ij !\Ien's do.. '" .do. 3 II 3 (j 
"icklcs....... . gall. 0 4 0 4 
l tt:u[ton
'IIlt'tal...p, ct. []Of,] [10l.] "'olllen'sor ;\Iittsdo, <1 ü <1 ü 'imento.. ..... .c\H. .) 0 I:) 0 
Cahlp".lIotiron...cwt, () 0 3 0 Gmpes... ..percent. 1 [51.] [51.] L'late....... p ercent.:(101.) I (1UI.). 
tCamphor,rctilu,.I, c\\ t. 5 0 j 0 I;ullpowùer . . . .cwt. l 1U 0 1 20 II Plattino:: of straw. ..I!., J \1 j 0 
TCalldlf'
. :::penllac. .Ib. 0 3 0 3 illair nmnufacturetll1O! : Potato flour. . . .cwt 1 0 1 0 
I ... t:-:(e , arine... .Ib. II Ji 0 JJ , otherwise enulDera- Poultry... ..percellt. (Jl.) ,(:!
l,) 
... t'1'
llow... .cwt. ;j U ,'j 0 ted.. .... .per cellt. [!Ol.] [51.] Prints........ .eacil 0 1 I 0 J 
...t\\';n........lb.02 O:! trIams........cnt.', 02 U ...bonndorsewn.doL. 0303 
Capers. . . ... . . .Ib. 0 6 0 3 tllats of Chip. . . .lb' l 
 6 3 U Prunes........ .cwt. 7 0' 7 0 
tCarriages.. . percent. f 101.J [1111.1 :-'trn\.,.. -.... . . .Ib. ,) II J II tlunssia...... .cwt. 10 0 1 10 0 
tCasks, empty..p. cent 10l.J [1Ol.1 Felt,Jlnir,\Vool.eacl' 2 0 2 U Iluilline........ .ozï 0 (j 0 6 
Ca
"ia Ih!Ilea. . . . .Ih. 0 ;. 1 0 1 tf:ilk IIv on Iclt.&c.ea. 2 0 2 II Raisins,...... .C\\ t. Ij C:I 7 (j 
Chall-.,rriallufac..p.ct, (10l.] l.3l,llJo.,ey.........cwt.l
 050 j,Rice.........cwt. l l 0 1 0 6 
tChcese.......cwt.;j 01 (j tIlüp:<.........C\\t..J J 0 ,OJ 0 ..tRol'g_.&inhusk.. 
Cherrie"', raw..p. ccnt. r,3l.] [.jl.] ;lroll & ::;tcel, wrought,' qr., 1 0 I o. 1 
Chicory. . .... . .cwt. 
U (J '!d U per cent. [IOn [JOl.J tSago........ .cwt.. 0 6 0 6 
tt;hina-ware..per cent, r JOl. J [Wl., t Isinglnss . . . . . . cwt., 5 U :; U tSauspges...... .lb. I ' 0 1 0 1 
rCidpr......... .tun !OJ U IlIJ U ;Jap,ullled \\.1re. .p.ct. l [lIJ/.J f lnl, 
 Seed
.- 
Cinnall1ol1........lb.O (j 0 3 rLace......percent.j[](ll.J H'I. ti\Justard.....cwt.l 3 0 on 
tC'locks . . . . per cent. (lOl.1 lIOl.1 t Lead manul
'lc.. .p. ct. [lIJ1, J 1 Wi. tCarawar,carrot,clo- , I 
CIO\TS . . ... . . . . .Ib. 0 6 0 Ii Pig nncl Sheet. ..cwt.: W 0 5 0 vcr. . . . . . .cwl. J 0 2 6 
Cocoa. . . .... . . .Ib. 0 2 U 1 ; Ll'alher. cut or m<ìnu-I tCanary . . . . ..cwt.,:; 0: 2 6 
Cûtfec...........lb.O Ii 04 facture.l. not other- (:rns:<........Cwt.15 012 6 
I'onfectionary... ..lb. 0 6 0 Ii ni"eCIJUUlI'r...p.ct, [10l.] [101.] iLeek........cwt.' Jot 2 6 
Copper ore, contai!lÏng Li.wn. or. linen and l ;-Onion. . .... . .C\
 t'l J 0 1 2 6 
not more than 1.) per ('otton, VIZ. :- ;f3eeds not othef\nse l 
cellt. of copper per Cambrics and trench t'llumerated. .p. cent' j (Jl.) 1 (2 ã l') 
ton ofmet..1 . . '" . 00 0 
O 0 lawns. p!'r piece of i"Silk. manufac. of sill-.. 
. . . not more than :!U I I 
 yards by b yard,- or of silk mixed with 
per cent, ditto. . . . !JO 0 ,20 0 tPlnin... .thepiece 2 6 2 6 any other m<lteriaI, 
. . .11I0re than 20 do. . 120 0 
u 0 tllonlerell lIandhN- 1 produce of Europe. . 
Cupper.old......tÐn ï 63 (j chief....thl'piece2 (j 2 (j per cent.: (1jl,) (1;jl.) 
.. .uII\\'roU!!hl... .ton. Q!) I 0 tLawns.o'-o,;lerf'ort
 if3ilk millinery. vÎz.:-' I 
. . . partly \\ rou!!ht, ton 1 10 0 I J 0 per cellt. [JOl.] [101.] Turhans or caps. .ea, 3 (j 
.. .in plate" and coin.. tnamasl-.s. ..sq. yard 0 .3 0 5 Jlonnets..... .each, 7 0 
ton 10 0 ,'j 0 tlJiaper.. ..f'CJ. 
nr{j U 2']" 0 2
 Dre"ses..... .each '30 0 
'fopper manuf.'lc.. p .ct. , [1.01.J :[
Cl.] Lil,lPlI or mixelllllan- j :
I,ins 
manufac. '1'. ct. (101.) (.31.) 
(orci

I'.. ...... .c\\'t. (j 0 3 U ulactures \\holly orl 

.malt"....... .ent. IU U 110 0 
('ork",. ready l.Jade. .Ih. 0 
 0 t! partly made up.p.ct. [lOl.] (llll.] "
I)ap. bard. . . .cwt.,:!O 0:11 0 



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: I 
7
r 
s. d. s. d. 
u!:!ar,- iii. d. 1 s. d. s. d. fl. d. 
rSoap-Soft..... _cwt. It 0 10 0 .i\Iuscovado,hrown or iTongues...... C\\t" Î II 
 0 

pirits. proor.,' ..gal!. I'; 0, _ clayed, no.t equal to . T
y
. -.... . per cent., (101.] [IUl.] 
..importedto
ngland' I '. 8! cla
edwhlte..cwt.21 0 I! 0 !:urI!ery:...percent.,[101.J [101.] 
. . _ . . 
cotland. . . 4" Molasses. . . .. .C\\ t. 7 10 " 3 I Tuq entllle,- I 
.. ... Ireland.. .. 3 5 rTallow........cwt. 1 (j II I AhoveI.;;;p.c\\t..cwt 2 0 2 0 
t
tarch... .....cwt.15 0 2 (j 
Tapioca.......cwt. 0 (j 0 (j 8piritsof......cwl.l.j 0 2 (j 
After Feb. 1, 1

!J... 10 0 10 ú rea........... .Ib. 1 1 1 2 1 tTwine.... .per cent.! (Iûl.) (31.) 
t!'teel, manufac. .p. ct.'[lOl.J [101.) 1:!les...... .rer cent. [101.] [';1.] \Tllnel
oe
.. ..... .Ib., 
 0 3 II 
;:;tone, marl,Ic, 8awn.. ' limber, not sawn or 1\ erùJgn;;. . . . . .cwt. " 0 5 0 
C\\,l. 3 0 I 1 (j dres;;ed,c\..hewn,load 
,j 0 1 0 \ïnegar......... .tun --I tI :;t 0 
Suc('
des. . . .... .Ib. U Ii 0 1 tAft.'\p'15, ]
IÎ,lomll:!U tI,] 0 '\\Taters.. ...per cent.' dill.) (10/.) 
ti:;Ug:u, 9 & 10 Vic. c I t \ft.Ap'\ 5, l':'1-,load 1.) 0 1 0 \\',\tchcs,.. .per cent. (1l11.) (101.) 
u;]* Df'als,h:Htens.&c..\".132 0, 2 0 'Yax. sealing. .p. cent., (lOt.) (101.) 
BroWIl or white can- I tAft.l\pï.;,'4Î..load'
:; 0 2 0 \\"ine..........!!'al\.,.; Ii 2 !J 
dr, double refine!! tAu. \p'I;).'4:"..load:!U 0 2 0 \\'oolle,\ manufacture" 
sagar,orsugarequal l fin iu blocks, &c.. I ",bollyorpartl)lIIade 
the reD . . . .... cwt. 31 (j 21 0 per c\\ t. (j 0 3 0 up. . .... . . per cent. (101.) (51.) 
Other refined or equal l t:\Ianufacturps. .p.ct. [tOl.] IJOl.) \
arn, wor
tell.... .Ih. 0 () 0 Û 
thereto. . _'. .C\\t. 23 0 13 E: fobacco, ulll11anuf. .Ib. 3 0' 3 U : Goo.I!>, in part or wÌlol-; 
\Vhiteclayedo
equal l .. :1IIõ1!lufacwred. ..Ih. !) 0 I 
 U Iymallur,\c.turetl, an<1 1 
thereto,notbewgre- 
nllrt. _... ..... .lb,1 (j 0 6 0 not OIhernl
e charg- 
fined.. . .. . ..cwl.:!1 f\ 16 .t ' Tolm
 o _
Ï1){'s . -,po ct. LOl,] r 101. t _ ert or prohibited.p,ct. (tOl.) (tCl .! 
ARTICJ.l:S :NOT SlJDJECT TQ DIl'ORT DUTY. 
Alkali, almonds bitter, alum; live asses, goats, cattle, Madder, mahogany, ma:l!janese ore, manures unenu- I 
hor
ps, !>heep, and swine; antimony. argol, asl.1es. m
ralCd, map". m;>ttre
se;;; meat, salted or fresl.1, 
asphaltum. I not otherwise described; maple \\ood. 
Dacon, balsams, barilla, bark. bep(, bones. horax, bottles, Nickel, nitrate ofSQda, nuts used for e'-pressing oil. 
Dra7il "ood, brimstone, brbtles, bullion. Oils, oil seed cake, olihanum, ores. 
Camphor unrefined, cane:;:. caoutchouc, cassia, chalk Pens, pitch, pla!'ts, þlalma, þlatting of chip, pork, 
unmanufactured, coal:;:, cobalt, cochineal, copperas, potatoe:;:. 
coral, cork, cotton manufactures not made UP' I Quichsilver, quills. 
cotton yarn. Rag;:, rf'd-".ootl, TO'in, rose-wood. 
Drugs, unenumerated; diamonds. ' ::5al alll/lloni<lC, salt, sllltp'tre, seeds, sÌlllmac, silk raw. 
J:'cathers for beds, fish of llriti;;h takin!!, fla
, furniture shins awl fur,;;, speltt'r, spOIl!..e, steel unwrought, 
woods not euumerated, fu",tic, t10wer root... stones and slates, straw for platting. 
Galls, glue. grease, guano. !:!um;;, !:!ypsurn, !!emian. Tar, tanaric acid, teeth, terra j:Jponica, thread unmanu- 
Hair. hay, hemp, hides not dresscl!, hoofs, hoops, horns. faclUrel!, tin ore, train oil, turmeric, turpentine. 
Indigo, printers' ink, iron un wrought. Vermillion. . 
Jewels unset, juice of lemons, jalap. \Vater mineral, heeswax, whalcfins, wool cotton and 
Lamp black. lard, lead, linen manufactures not maùel sheep's, \\'oollen!', manufactures of, not made up. 
up, lo g wood. . I Yarn. Zart're. Zehra wood. · 
Dutics on ):'orcig'u Corn cutt,..c(l fo.- Ilonlt' Con
uluptlOIl iuto Great 
Britain, till 1st 
'('brlUu'h 1819. 
IF nJl'ORTlm FRO){ ANY FORr.I(;
 ('or
TRy. 


A\'l.RAGE I'RICE OF nRITI
lI COR
. I 

I

 
.
 
Wk.cat.-Under 4"';;. per qr.. . .. . .... . .. . '. 10 tI Rye, Pease, and Be,ms, per qr.-Duty equal to that on 
4"". and under 
!ls. _ ... _ _. . ...- .. 0 (I a quarter of Larley. 
491'. 
O". . .. . .., . .... . . \ 8 () 
50s. .J}". . . . . .. . . .. ., " 7 0 
5ls. .. 5:!s. . . . . ..... .. .' .. 6 0 
525. . _ 5:3;;. . . ... . . . . _ . . 1 5 0 
53". anù upwards. . . ... . . . . . . . II 
Darley, Bear OT Bigg.- 
Under 26:;:. p('r Ilr. . . . . _ . ... . .. :; IJ 

Iì;;. and under :!Î,;. . .. . . _ .. . . . . ,I 4 tj 
2;1'. 2 c s. . . ... . . . . . " -l (J 
2"'3. 2!1;;. . . '" . . . . . . 3 f 
29s. 30". . . .. . . ... . . 3 II 
311;;. . . 311'. . . ." . . . . . . :! (j 
315. anI! Up\\ arl!s. . . '" . . . . . . 2 0 
QaU.-l.:"nder I"'s. per qr. . . . . . . '" . .. 4 II Rye JlIenl and FlouT, per 1!)i Ibs.-Duty equal to that 
I
H. and unùer Hh;. . . '" . . , . .. I 3 {\ on lorty gallons of r)e. 
]!J;;. . . 20s. . . . . . . .. .. . .. .J (I 
20;;. .. 21s. . . '" . . .. . . . 1 2 Ij 
21". . . 2'2". . . . . . . ... . .. 2 U Pea I\1ral and Bean ]'leal, pcr 2;'2 Ibs.-Duty equal to 

2s. anI! upward... . . ". . . , . . ., J f; that on a quarter of Jlea
e or beano;. 


A\ ERAGE PRiCE Oi' BRITIS\[ CORSo 


1T Ileat Jlleal and FI07/r, per harrel of 190; Ib;;.-Duty I 
equal to that on :t-
 gaU'Jl1s qf \\ beat. I 
Barley })leal, IW 2liG Ibs.-Duty equal to that on a 1 
quarter of balley. r 
Oatmeal and Groat
, per 184 Ibs.-Duty equal to that 
011 a quarter of oalS. 


IF PRODUCE OF, ANn I:\IPORl':CD f'RO:.\I, AXY BRITI:-:LI l'O
;-:E
:-:IOS OUT OF EUROPE. 
Wheat, Barley, Bear or Bigg, Oats, Rye, Pease, I 1 11 ken' ftleat, Barley Jlleal, 04t lllea1; Rye Jlleal, pea , ' 
I
 Bealls, P'::. 
 . =--:..:..:..' . ... . . . . . .. 1 0 'Ileal, a1ld lJea/t 
lleat, per cwt., .1"d. 
On and after 1st February I-I!J, the duties on wheat, barley, hear or bi!!
, oats, rye, pea:,e, and hean!', to be 
Is. per qr., aUtI so in proportion for a If'SS lJuantity j an,lon all wileat mf'al and flour, barley meal, oat meal, 
rye meal and rtour, pea meal, and !Jean meal, 4
d. per c\\'t., and so il1})roportioll for a less qu.mtity, 
* The rates on forei
n "ugar arc to he rf'(luced annually on 5th July, nntil July .'i, I-.'i], when they become the 
!
ame a;; tho
e on colonial sugar. The rates on colonial sugar apply alSQ to f;llg:ar the produce of any British i 



42 


SCOBIE & BALFOrR'S CA
ADL\
 AL)IAXAC. 


UNITED STATES TARIFF. 


Articlps marked thui * I:Ot othen\ ise spec ified. 
Duty.p ct. Ad 1"1. , Dut!! tJ ct..Ad fa1. Duty tJ ct. .A.d. Val. 
.\I

y
}h ...... . .. . . .. .. 1
1ü IIr!I,nst?ne rollet!. .. . . . . . , ., ;!tl Copper,in. pigs.l.ar",or when ollly 
.\cld" .....,.......... 20 Hrl"tles. . . , . . . . . . . . . . .. 5 tit to he remanufactured 5 
Ac,orns ........,.. ..... 2(J l llronze, leaf, powder or liquid. 2,) .. ûre. . . .. . ... . .. Free 
.\gares . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. 10 .. manufactures. . . .. .. 30 Coral. . . . . . . '" . . . . . . ., 2u 
.. (13ookhinders) ferrulæ.. 30 I flra.oms of all hinds - . . . . . .. 30 .. cut or IlIanufJctured. . .. 311 
Alab::ster and 
par Ornaments. 411 ' I Buckram. . . . . . . . , . . " .. :W Cordia.s of all hUllls. . . .. . .. IOu 
Alcouorque lIark . . . .. . . . . . 5 Bulbs. or BulholJ,> Roots.. . . . Free Cork Illanufa.:ture ........ 30 
.\hHonds . . . " . . . . . . .... 411 '13utton
 of all kllllls*... .. . ., 2.; I .. Hark. ll1l1naniIfactured... 15 
.\Imolllll)aste . . . .,. . . .. .. 30 ,Hulton i\(ould".. . . . , . . .. .. 2,; Corrosi\'e ;::ublim.1te.. . . .... 2.; 
..\lU1I1 . . . . . . . . . . . .,. . .. 2U il'abi lIet \\ ares. . . ;.. . . ., .. 3.,/Cosmetics....., . . . . . . . . 3ú 
Amhergris. . . .. . . . .. . .. .. 2u ,Caddie Halls.. . . . . . . . . . .. 311 Cottun. . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. . . Free 
.\nllllOU!a . . . . . . . ... . . . " 10 ICadll1i
lIn . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. 20 .. Ba!!gillg. Caps. Gloves, 
.\l1lillo:lIac . . . . . . " . . . . '" 20 I Calal1lll1e. . . . . .. .. . . . . .. .. 2i1 Lf'g
ins, 'lit". 130cks, 
.\n
tou
!c
1 preparatIOns. . . .. 311 I
al:.. ;,: . .... . ., . . . . . . . . . .. 20 :-:t , oChiu!.:s, 'l'I
r
ad. 1.a- 
Alhho\le......... ........ -10 CõllI1e,s II,"r.............. 10 ces. \\o\'e ::5IHrti and 
Animals) importell for breed. .. Free .. Pencils.. . .. .. ., 3(' Dra\\ en; .......... 20 
\nn,atto '.' . ., . . . . . . . . . " ,
II ir:
mlet ................... 

 .. Cor.1 Gimp;:, Galloou" alld 
.'\ntllnony. crude.... . . .. .. zU C.unphor, crude............ _,J Braces. . .. . .. . .. .. 30 
.-\utiljuities . . . . . . . . . . . . , Free .. retinerl . . . . . . . . .. 4J .. m:mu!actures*........ 2,; 
'\P:Jar
t
s ,(I
hilo>!Ophical).) il,lI- 
anes (
Va
l-.iug). . . .. . .. .. 
" iL:ra
 CI?w". . . . " ., . .. . .. .. 20 
)lone'
 ",pecl4l1Y,for u"e 
f 1,1111. ',anthandcs . . . . . . , . . . . ,. .
IJ I 
ra}on" 
Ild Cra} on. . . . . . .. 30 
osopll1c,ll or Literary >coclety ( <1n\as. . . " . . " . . " . .. _II l rocus 1 owder. . ... ....... 2.) 
in the L. S... . . . . . . .. . . Free l'aolltf'houc. . . '" . . .. . . ., 2U' 'udIJear ................. 1U 
.-\pparatus. all others not so im- Capers. . . . . . . . . . . .. . ., 3'1 l'urrams . . . . . .. . .. . .. . ... 4.U 
ported. according to material Capsules. . . .., . . , . . . .. .. JU ICutch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1U 
of which compo,;ed . . . .... Carhon (\nimal). . . ., . .... 211 C}auille of Iodine, Pottas
ium 
.\rrack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1')0 Carpeting of all kinrl;:*. . ... .. 30 I or Zinc. . ., . .. . .. . .. . ... 30 
Argentine. . . . . . . ... . .. .. 21' .. :-:Iraw and 
Iatting... 2,; ' Dates. . .. . ., . .. . .. . .. . ... 40 
.\rlus.. Fire or 
ide.. . . .. . .. 31! ('arriage" of all descriptiou", a.nd n U
llIritice......" 
....... .. 2 1 
 
.\rselllc . . . . . . . ., . . . ., .. 1.) pans thereof. . . ... . . . . .. ,,0 J)Ja1l10nds (Glazier b). . . .. . . u 
\ss :::kia. or imitations of. . .. 3" Cashmere ('1'hibet). . . . . . .. 2.ï ,Directions for Patent Medicine.. 2U 
Bacou. Ham a!lll Pork.. . . . " 211 .. all others* . . . .. .. 30 IJragou's Blood. . . . . . . .. .. I.; 
Baggage. personal, in actual use,Free Cassia. . . '" . . . . . . . . . ., 4t1 Drawin!!s . . . .. . . . ., . . . .. 10 
13aballls of all kinds. . . . . . .. 30 .. Buds or Fistula. . . .. .. 2.) j Dru g ", ]}yein
 or Medicinal. in 



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u..: : :..: : :..: : : .. : :: 
:; D
t
ftu' , ri


ti: ie
i.': : : .' : 
: 
g 
Barilia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ill/Chalk (\\'hit
). . . . . . . .. . . :; ., Pink.... . . . .. . .. .. 2U 
13ar\\ool1....... ........ 5 1 " (French or Red).. .... 20 I DYl' \Voodsandllerrie"... h. 5 
Llay\Vater. or BayRlJln.. ... 30 .. PeucH"........ .... 311 .. ::5tulr,,*.............. 20 
., \'-ax, or :Uynle \Va};.. . " 20 (,hans or Books of Charts. . .. 10 Earthenware. . . . . . . . . . ., 30 
Beans. . . . . . . ... . . . . . .. 20 Cheese. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 30 Lbony. . . . . , . ., . . . . . . .. 2IJ 
Beef. . . . . . . '" . . ., . . . " 211 ('hemical preparations & Salts* 20 " manufactures.... . . .. 41) 
Uelll\Ietal) unmanuf.'lctured... . 5 1 Cherry RUIll. . . ,.. . . . . . . . lUO Lmery . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. 20 
.. manufactured. . " 311 ,China ware. . . '" . . . . . ., 30 I
ngravings and Boo!(s of En- 
Berries. . . . . . . . . . , . . . .. 211 IChocolate . . . '" . . . . . ., .. 20 !!raving". or Etchings. . .. .. 10 
Birds ...........'...... 2.) Chrome Yellow. . . ... . . . .. 3U r.s"ences . . . . . . . . . . . ., .. 3U 
n
"'muth .. . . . . . . . . . . . . " 211 I('
lronometer", anrl parts thereof. 1
 \I.:ther . . . . . . . '" . . . . . .. 20 
Bitter Apple. . . .. . . . . . ." 20 ('l11llaIJar ............... 2:) 1 ans (all). . . ... . . .. . .. .. 
u o 
13itumen. . . . . . . ... . . . . .. 20 l Cinnamon, or Oil of.. . . .. .. 3U I Feathers (ornamental).. . .. .. 
 
l3IackLcadPots........... 3fJClay,unwrought........... 5 " forBetl".&c........2.J 
.. l'owder. . . .. . .. :.!f) "grouml or prepared. . ... 20 Felt (patent adhesive) tor 
hips' 
ßlacking . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. 20 ('(ochs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 3!11 bott01l1
.............. Free 
Bladder;s . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. 2,1 ('Iothing (ready made).. . .. .. 3U i

'lIing (Hatter's)... . . . . . .. 3U 
ßlankets of all sorts. . . " . .. 20 ('Ion's . . . . . . .. ....... 40 II< I!!S. . . . . . . '" . . ., . .. .. 40 
ßlcaching Powders. 
. .. . .. 1'1 ('0.11.. . . ., . . .. . . ,...... 3f) ! 'Fi1terin g f:tones........... 30 
I mile (Fig)........,..... 2,1 Cochineal.. . . . . . . .. . . . .. lU "unmanufacturell 20 
nolting Cloth. . . . . . . . . . .. 2) Cocoa or Cocoa Nut Shells.. .. 10 F!rew?rks, . . . .. . . . . . .. .. 30 
I3onnl:'t
. I.eghorn, Chir, Grass Nnts . . . .,. . . . . . .' 2U ,Fish, III UII . . . . . . . . . . . ., 4U 
or Straw. . . . . . . . . . . . .. 30 Coffee. imported in U. So ,"essels .. l'icl-.led, !5ahed, Dry or 
Roncho r.f'aves. . . . . . . ., .. 2'1 from place of growth, or growth Fresh . . . . . . . . . . .. 20 
llone amI none Ti ps. . . .,. . . 5 of the pos"es"ions of the). eth- .. the product of U. !5tatcs 
.. manufactures of. . . . . '" 30 erlanJs. and imporled from Fisheries. . . ... . . . Free 
Books, Blank. . . . . . . . . . .. 20 theuce.........,... . . Free 8kin. and Fish 8kin Cases 2H 
.. l','rioflical". :111,1 other ('oir. Coial Rope. . . ... . .. .. :l,; I'lanneis (all). . . '" . . .. .. 23 
,,'orks iu course of I'rintiu
 I ('Ol-.e . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. ., 311 Fla:.., unmanufactured. . . .. .. 1.ï 
and re-puhlÏC'ation in the t:. 8. 20 Colcothær, dry. . . . . . . .. .. :1.1 1 .. mallufactures*........ :l1J 
.. all others. . . ... . . . ..]1) .. in Oil. . . .. . . . ., :iII .. :-:eed............ . .. 20 
I!ora\': . . . . . . . '" . . . . . .. 
 ('olours (\Yater).. . . " . . . .. 3(1 lelor Bcn70in. . . . . . . .. . .. 3\1 
Bot:l11ical specimens. . . .. . . Free Conca"
. I nrlia. . . . . . . . . .. 'l:J j }<'lowers (Artificial) . . . .,. .. 311 
I!randy ... . . _ _ .. . '" . . . ulII '" \ II..... . . . . . . .. 11 .. (all*) . . . .., . . .. .. 20 
Dras:!, in hars or pi
s. . . .... 51t.:!JIII"l"LlL, ary' . . . .. . . .... 4 II' 1:1 . . . .. . . ... . . .... Free 
.. in platPs or sbeets. . .. 3" Copper, maullf:,cturf'''* .. .. .. ::;0 ,J,'ruHs (pre
('ned*). . . .. . " 40 
.. manufactures.. . . .. .. 311 I .. !':heathing for f:hips. .. Free l .. J'ichled*.... . . . .. .. 3u 
Brazil Paste. . . . . . . . . . . .. ].; for use of the '\1 into . . Free .. Green or Ripe. . . . . . .. 2(1 
Crkk!!. . . . . . . ... . . . . . .. 20 ROils. nolls, Spikes and Fullers' earth. . . .... . . .. .. 10 
Britannia ware. . . .. . . .... 3" 1\aHs. . . ..... . .. 20 Fulminating Powders.... . .. 20 
'nrimstone, crude. . . .. . . . .. 1.3 
posses;;ion within the limit<; of the East India Company's chartrr. into which the importation of foreign sugar 
is prohi!Jil(',I. ('pon sll
ar the produce of any other Dritish posse,",sion within such limits, the duties are 25 per 
cent. hi
her than on colonial, but they also are to be reduced annually until July 5, l
JL. when they become 
thp same. 



I[u. s. n.RIFF.] 


SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S C.\XADIAN ALMAXAC. 


43 


Duty t'> Ct. A.d. Val. I Duly 19 ct. Ad ru(, Duty <Ii' ct. .A.d. Val. 
Furniture in useol'jllllni
rallls, Free Lead manufactures". . . . . . ., 30 Pickles 0 . . . . . . .. . . ..... 30 
Furs. undressed on the ::5ì..in... lU Leather, tauned_, bend, sole or , j'!meulO ..... . . . . . . .... 4u 
.. dressed on the Hhin. . .. 20' u\Jper, of all. kmds. . . .,. .. 2.J l'we .\pplcs.. . . . . . . . . . o. 20 
.. (Hatters') noton the 
hin 10 I Leather JUanlJlactures........ 30 Pitch. . . .. . . .... . . .. . o. 2J 
.. manulactures of*. . . . . .. 30 Lemon aud Lime Juice. " . ., lU 1'1<1l1ts and floots..., . . . . .. . . Free 
GarnlJ()CTe ............... 20 Liu"ecd . . . . . . . .,. . . .. .. )1' Plallt,lius. . . . . . . . . . . .. .. 20 
Gclminc . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 30 Liquors, I'piriLUolis. . . . . . 0 . !nu 1'la>:tcr of Paris, unground... Free 
Gin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. l(JU LitoI'll manufactures . 0 . .. . .. 2 11 1 " .. ground . . . .. 21J 
Ginger Roots............ 40 1 , Litharg-c.,........... .... 21 '., Compo>:ition.... .... 30 
Gill
er (Ground) or Es
ence 01
 ;;0 \l.lccarom . . . . . . . .. . . . .. au IPlatma, uumallufactured... .Free 
Girandoles . . . . . . . .0 . . . .. 3U I \Iace. . . . . . . , . . . ,. . . . .. 40 I" lIIanulact,Jres . . .. .. 30 
Glasi'wares, not cut. . . .. . .. :>u )ladt!er, !-:Hract of.. . . . . . ., :W, Playing l:ards. . . . . . . .. . .. 30 
.. cut. . , .. . . . . .. -tu I .. Root, or Ground. . .. .) I Plumbago . . . " . . .,. . o. .. 20 
.. (\Vindow, Vrowll }Ialt . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . '" 2.1 Plums . 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 3t) 
and broken)... 20 .. Liquors............ 311 Plu8h, Hatters'........ 0 .. 2', 
Globes. 0 . . . . . .. . . . . . ., 311 \Iau!!aue"c . . . . . . . . . . . ..0 211 !l'orcelaiu. . . . . . . .. . . . . .. 30 
Glue . . 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 21} 1 _\larasChino . . . . . . . , . . . .. IOU j'olash, crude. . . . . . . . . . .. 5 
GoM Beater!;' Urine. . . . . . ., 2u .\larlJle manufactures. . . .. .. 30 I ' .. l'ru"siate ofChrolllate of 
.. ::5kills . . . .. . .. 10 I " unmanufactured. . ., 211 and Hydrate of. . . ., . .. .. 20 
.. Uulhon anù Dust Free, }Iats or Matting. . . ... . . . .. 
.) I Pota>sium . 0 . '" . . .. . . . .. 2'J 
.. Leaf. . . .. . .. 151.\leats ................ 40 PotJtoes ...... . .. . . .. .. at' 
::;ize . . . 0 . . ., 2" I 
Ucdals . . . . . . . '" . . ., . . Free I Poultry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 4Q 
Gold manufacture:>* ......... 
UI_\ledicinal Roots, !JerLs, &c*... 211 Precious 
tones, am! imitations 
Grapes. . . " . . .. . . .. . ., 31J _\Iedicinal preparation:>*. . ... 311 1 of, not set*. . '" . . . 0 ... 10 
Grass na
s, Flats, Braid=<, l'tait8, I)\o'rcury, crude. . . .. . . ,...:.!II " and imirations 01'* ::0 
and Uãts or !Jonnets m.ule ol
 30 I ' .\h:n:ucial preparations of all Preierves, in 
ugar, .!\lolas
s, 
" manufactures..... ...... 2, hinds....... .... . . .... 2J or !Jralllly.. . . .. . . ... .. 40 
Grease. . . . . . . . . . . . . . o' lU 'Jlinéralogical specimens. . . . Free Pulp, dried. . . . . . . .... . .. !l0 
Grindstones. . . . . . . ... . ,. ') I .Uil1eral \Vaters... . ., . .. .. 3U 'Pumice Stone, . . . . . . . . . o. 10 
Guano. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free .. suhstances .. . . .. .. 20 PULty. . . . . 0 . . . . 0 . . . . . .. 
;) 
GUIllS, Senegal, Arahic, 'frag-a- '10dcls of In\cntions, &c.. . .. Fre!' :t,j,uilla Bard:. . . '" . . . . . .. 1.'í, 
canth, Barbary, j;ast IUtha .\1ohair and 
ilk Twbt. . .. .. 30 i{,j,uills ................ 
;
 I 
and Jedda . . . '" . . . . . ., 10 .. Cloth manufactures.. .. .3 'Qniuine, 
ulph;ile of. . . .,. .. J;N 
Gums and Resinous substances* 2U 1}lolasses . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. 311 I Ra!!S.................. :1 
Guupowder. . . .. . . . . . . . .. :.!II I\lonlant, patent. 0 . .,. . . . .. 2U RaÌ,.ills . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . 40 
IGuts . . , . . . . .. . . ., . . . .. :.!U }Ioss ................. 20 Rape ::5eed. . . '" . . .. . . . .. 10 

 Hair, (Mohair or Goats). . . .. :!.'í }Iosaics of all kinds, set. . . .. 30 " Oil. . . '" . 0 .. .. 20 
.. unmanufactured....... lu I" " not set.., lU flatal1a ... . . , . .. . .0. . . . lUll 
" Cloth or 
eating.. .. . ., 2.) ,)Iusic and :\Iusic Paper. . .. .. IJ Imlttans . . . .. . . '" . . .... 10 
.. Vurled, for lIeds, &c. .. .. 2
J \Iu,;ical InHrumen1.8 or Strings 211: Hell Lead. . . . . . . ... . .. .. 2U 1 ' 
.. manulactures.......... 3u X ,!tron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1U i Reed!-, unmanufactured. . . . .. 111 
.. l>owder.., not J!prfumed.o. 2t1 1 

tural History s\Jecilllens... Free :Rye ami Rye FI?lII. . . " . ., 2ù 
.. perfullle,1 " . .. 3" 
 Urate of Lead. . . .,. . .. .. :.!IJ ';:;adiliery 01 all hmds.. . . .. .. 2tJ 3{, 1 
Ill:',t3, w
lOlly or partly Wool.... \w :: o
 .l'otash. . . ... . .. 1
 I " cOl
lInon, tinned or 
I 01 any other suhHance... 3U I 01 ::;o<1a, crude.. . . ... iJ Japanneù . . .. . . . 
,Hemp Seed. . . . . . . .... . .. 1U Xutgalls .. . .. . . .. . . .. . . :1 ,;';afllower ............... " / 
" unmannfactureù . . . . .. 3U X uUllegs . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. 4.1 i;:;alrron and Safiron Cake. . . .. 2
 
manufactures*.. ..... 20 
uts.. ......... ....... 30,:'=a!!0............o..... 

I 
floney . . ;;,' . . . . . . .. . .. 3
 .. _ useù eÁclu,;ively for dyeing :11

 . IIll
n, preserved.. . . . . . . . 
Horns and 1 IpS. . . . . . . . . . . ",Oakum..., . . . '" . . .. . . Free 1

lt I etre, rcfìne(l. 0 . . . . . ... 111 
" " manulactures of 30 ,Ums and Oatmeal. . . .. . . . .. 211, .. crude. . . ... . . . . . :> 
Indian Corn amll\Jeal .. . . . .. :w ()chres and Ochry Earths. . ., 30 Sanlines. . . ., . . . . . . . .. .. 4U 
India RublJe
 unmanufactured. 10 Uil Cloth of all hilll!!':. 0 . .... 30':':auce:!< of all kinds. . . .. . .. 311 
" Shoes or manufac. 30 J " \ olatile, Essential and Olive 30 ''';ausag-c=<, ßolo
na. , . . . . . .. 3U 
I ndicus Cocculus. . . .. 0 . . .. 20 " I'alm and Cocoa. . . . . . . 0 111 :5ca"liola manulactures,..... 4(, 
Indigo. . . '" . . . . . . .. . .. 111 .. the product ofL'.
.Fisheries Free ':-'eaÍing 'Va..:". . . . . . .. . .. 30 
.. Extract of. . . .,. . .. .. 20 I .. of Yitriol. . . . . . . . . . ., 1U :5ea \\TeeJ lor Heils or Mat- 
Implements and IlIstrlllnents of Oil, all others*. . . .., . . .. .. 2111 tr('!'>'es........ .. . . .. .. 2{1 
the profession, OccupJtion, or Olives. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 3\1 
eed Lac. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 
employmellts of per><>ns ar- OpiuHI .. .
. . ... ....... 2U,:':eeds,';arden,andallothers*..Fre(' 
riviug in the U. S. . . . ... .Fr
e IJra
lge,; and Orange Peel. . .. 20 j-:haddocks. . . ... . . ....... 211 
Ink and Inh Powders. . . .. .. 30 ()rplillellt. . . . . . . .. . . . . .. IOI::5hellac ................ :1 
Ipecacuanha. . . . . . . ., . . .. 2.1 Pack Thread. . . . . . . . . . .. 30 ;:;hells . . . . . . . ... . . .. . . . :1 
Iridium . . . . . , . . . . . .., .. 20 Painters' Colours, being Ochres 'I " manufactures of .. . . . .. 30 
Iron, ill bars, L100ll1s, bolt,;, cast- or Uchry Earths. . . . . . . ., 30 8ilk, raw. . . '" . . ..... .. 1.3 
ings, hoops, or manufact':> of, 30 Paints*. . . . . . . .... . . ., .. !W I ' " 'l'wist........,.... 3<1 
Iron Liquor ............ 20 Paintings, not imported for "Juanllfactures . . . . . . .. 2.3 
.. Sulphate............ 211 sale.... . . . . . , . . . ., . .Free Silver Huliiou. . : " . . .. . . Free 
Isin!!:la;:s . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 20 Palm Leaf. , . ., . . . .. 0 . . .. 1h mauufa('tllrcs . , . .. .. 3\1 
Iv

}', unma
ufactured . . .. . ..3 . manufactures...... 30 I" 1:laICd J\Iptal.. . . .... 3U 
manulactures......... 30 Palm 011........... .... ]0, (,erman, crude....... 3b 
Jalap....... ........... 2f1I'aperlJangings... ......... 2(11" Leaf... .......... Jj 
Japanned ware, & imitations of, 30 1 " f:creens or Fireboards.... 20 
i=<al Gr:ìss . . . .. . . ....... 2.) 
Jet m,mufactures . . . .. . .. .. 311 " f:heathiu!!s.......... 20 
kins, raw*.. . . . . . . .. . .. 5 
Jewelry, and imitaUolls 01'* . .. 311 "_ and manÚfactur.e<; of .. .. 30:" tanned or dres
ed*.. . .. 2
 
Junk, old. . . . . . . ., . ..' 0 . Frec Paplere Jlache manulacturcs... 3u ::lales . . . .. . . '" . . . . . .. 2;) 
Kelp. . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . .. )11 Parchment. . . . . . . ,. . .. .. 30 
oap . . . , . . 0 .... . . . . . .. 30 
Kermes, Mineral.. . . ., . ., .. 1" ['carl, :\IOlher of. . . ... . .. . . .3 
oda A;:h. . . . . . . . . . . .. .. 10 
Lac Dye. . . . . , . '" . . . , . . ., I Pearls, manufactures of. . . . .. 30 :':parlecre ............... 3U 
.. Sulphur and Lac Spints... 20 " not set. . . '" . . .. .. 111 :-peciIllPns, scientific. . .... . . Free 
Laces. . . .. . . .. . . ... . .. 3\1 Pencils, Lead. . . .. . . " . .. 311 :':pectacle,; ..... . . .. . .... 30 
Lard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 2U Pepper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 3u I :-:permaceti . . . .... . . . . . . 0 20 
Lastings for Boots, Shoes or I Per"onal Eilects of citi7ens of I :-:pong- e . . , . . . . . . . . . . . ., 20 
Buttons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :1 the U. K dying abroad, . . . Free 
pllnk. . . ... . . . . . . . . . ., 20 
Laths, . . .. . . ... . . .. . .. 20, Peru\ ian Barh. , . ... . . .. .. 15 ' l :-:qUiIlS . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. 20 
Lead, in pigs, Lars, sheets, pipes, I pe\\1er, 0111, only fit to be re- ;':tarch. . . . . . . ... . . . . . .. 211 
or shot. . . . , . . . . . . .. .. 20 manufactured.... , . , . . .. :1 " Lurnt, or gum. . . o. . .. 10 
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'44 SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CANADIAN" AL:\lANAC. [u. S. TARIFF. ] 
. Duty
ct.Ad.Val' l Dutyfict.Ad.Val.l Dutyt9 ct. Ad. Val. 
I5tatll
ry. the production of U.::;. ?:obacco. manufactures of. . .. 10 \Vood. Cedar, Ebony, Rm;e, 
_, Artists. . . . . . . .. . ... . . F.-ee, loys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . '" :WI Grandilla, l\Iahozahv. Satin 
::,ta\'e". . . .. . . '" . . .. . .. .'u'Tragacanth............. 101 and F:HlCY, unmanuiactured. 20 

tearine Candles a
d Tapers.. :W j Trees a
d 
h!u.b
". . . . . . . . F.eH\VoJd, manufactures of. . .. .. 40 
:steel manufactures " . . ., .. 311 furpentllle, ò:'lìlrIts of. . . .. .. :Wl " où)Cr"'...,..... _ .. .. 
I 
.. in bar:;, ca;,t or lipear. .. J,) Turtle, Green.. . . ... . . .. .. 2U .. .. manuÌacture<; of.. .. 4u 
' Stereotype Plates. . . .... . .. 2(.'1') pc l\Ietal and Types.. . .. ., 
I \Vool & Woollen manufactures'" 3u 

toneware.. . . .... . . . . . ., 3!J \"a:lilla lle:ms. . . '" . . .. .. 20 1 .. Hat Codies and "-Gollen 
.Stones, Paving. . . . . . . .. .. 2t. \'t'
f'talle:;, u
ed e
clusively for Li:;tings . . . '" . .. 2U 
I" Building, Burr, and all DYeing, llnmanutàctured.. . . ,)' \1'oollen and "'òrsted Yarns... 23 
I other"'................ JO VegetaLles,prepared. . . " . .. 4!jI\\'or:;ted manufartures embroid- 
:
tra\\' manufactures.. . . ., .. 3U . ,. 1I0t prepared...... 2u, ered or wmLolired. .' . . . . ., 30 
jSugar....... .......... :}u \-ellu'n ....... ......... 311 ".or8ted.mallulactures"'...... 2,) 

ulph.ate, Copper, Iron, 13arytes, , e1\ et. . . . . . . '" . . . . . .. 211, \' ams . . . . . . . . . . . '" . .. 2U 
" Quinine and Zin
 . . . . . . .. :;f
i '. ef(]i
ri
: . . . . . . .... .. . .. 2U Zinc, 
pelter or Tliteuegue, in 
,
ullJhur,Laca'}(IFIour...... .t l \ernllcelh... ..... ....... 311 "Iwets....... ..... .... 1.) 
'
lIlphuric Acid. . . .. . . . . .. 111 \"ine!!ar . . . . . . . '" . . .. .. 3(, Zinc, unmanufactUled... .. . . j 
,Sumac. . . . . . . , . . . . . . .. ,,\ ilriol, Hlue, Green, \\Thite... 'W' .. llIanutactures...... .. 31! 
Tallow. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. Jli l \Ltlhs . . . . . . . .. . '" . .. ::1'1 
.. Candles............ % \Vaste or 
hodùy . . . .. . .. . . .j 'l'arl:'S Al1o,'1'('(I. at tile Cns. 
Tanning Article,; net in a crude "'atche:" or parts of. . . ... .. JII tonl Hol'
c. 
st
te . . . . . . . . . . . " . .. ;t J I ":a;\ 
andles and Tapers. . ., 'W On Sll!!ür, in ca"k
, c\.cept Loaf 12 
Tapioca ............... _1J 1 \\earIn g A!,parel III actual I .. inbo;\es........ 1;' 
,Tar. . . . . . . .. ... . . . . . .. 20 I'SC. . .. . . . . . . . " . .. , . . Free in ba!!s Of mats. . .. 5 
!1'artar, Cremnof.......... 21, \Yeld.................. ;;Chee"e,inha'npersorba,,"ets.. I" 
I" crude. . . . . . . .,. . ,-) \\Ïlalebone, the produce oft". S. I .. in lJo\.es.. . , .. . .. .. 2
 1 
Tea"'. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .. 2U Fi,;heries........ . . . . Free Candles in bo
es.. . . .. . . . . . c 
rea, imported in U. :;. Shir

, or \Vhalebone, the produce of 1"0- Chocolate i') boxes. . . ... . .. 11; 
:O:hit's of countries }'a\ ing re- reign Fi..heries. . . .... . . .. % Cotton in bales. . . . . . . .. . . :2 
ciprocal treaties to thatel:' .. manulactureiS.. . . ... 3'1' .. in semons. . . .. . . . . . (j 
fect ............. . . . Free \\:'hale Oil. . . .... . . '" . .. 21i Glauber 
alts, in casks. . . . . . E 
Terra Japonica. . . ., . . . . .. JlI \\"heat and \Vheat FloUT.. . .. '
II 'I ail" in cab"s . . . '" . . .. . . E 
Timber, hcn-ed or sawn.. . .. 211 \\'hite Lead. . . . . . . . . . . .. 20 :"ugar C;l1)UY in boxes.. . ..... 10 
Tiu, in pi

. bars or IJlock8... :> \\ïllowbforBashel". . . .. . .. :..'(: :"oap in boU's. . . .. . . .. . .. JO 
.. in plates or s!teets, &c. "'.. I,) \\" iIIO\
 manufactures. . . . . .. 311 :-:hot in c;>;<hs. . . .. . . . . . .. 3 
manufactures. . . . . . .. 3., \VlIles . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. 40 '1'\" i'le in ca
ks. . . . . . . .. .. 12 
'Tobacco, unmanufactured. . ., 3d n' oad or l'a:;tel. . . . . . . .. .. 101 .. in bales. . . .. . .. . .. ... 


CAN A D A T A. R IFF 0 FeU S T 0 
I S D UTI E S . 


Specific. DIIl
 C'y. , Specific. Dilly Cy. ! Ad Valorem, ThflY C'y, 
LL& LLß L
ß 
ANIMAL!", viz.: CO/DLES, \\'a'\':, the lb. ." 0 0 3 Dice,.............. I:! 10 0 
Cal\es, each. . . . .. .. 0 5 0 I Sperm, the Ih. ..... .. 0 0 3 Dnt\\ ing!', Engravings, 
Cows and Heifers, each, 1 2 6 Tallow, the 111.. . . . . .. 0 0 1 Maps, t;lobes,. . . . . .. 7 10 0 
Goats, each, . . . '. . ., 0 2 6 A 11 other killds,. . . . .. 0 0 2 [)rugs used solely for dye'g 1 0 0 
Horses, l\!
r
s, Gel
ingsl Shocoldte, the I;'. . . . ... 0 0 2, Urugs, being, in a crude or 
Colts, F Ilhes, Foal,;, Coc,
Ja, the lb.. . . " . .. 0 0 0'# 1 unpr
'par
" state, e cept 
cach. . .... .... ... 1 1.> 0 Cortee, Grecn, the lb... .. 0 0 IA H)e 
turts... . ...... 5 0 0 
Kids, each. . . . . . . .. 0 2 (j I Roa"ted, the lb. . . . ... 0 0 2
 E;;nhen and Stoneware,.. i 10 0 
}.amb", each, . . . .. .. 0 1 0 Ground. tire Ib... . . ... 0 0 .. Cggs, ...,.. . '" . . . JO 0 0 
Oxen,ßulls,Steers, each, 1]'; U ,Corn Brooms, the QOZell, II L 3 Ij';lIgravings-see Drawin
s. 
Pi!:!8 (sucking) each,... 0 0 Ii 
(l Valore1u. E'\t"racts & Essence" used 

heep, eacll, . . . ., . .. 0 2 0 Cain ',"ork,. . . .. . . . .. 7 HI 0 I as l\Jeðicines,. . . . . .. 7 10 0 
Swine allli Ho!!>,. each,. 0 ;j 0 ('amblets &. Cambletines, 7 10 0 Euract", .E,,>'ences &. }'er- 
Ad Valorem Duty per L 100 C'y. f 'an vas, . . . . . . . .. . .. 7 10 U I fumery, not otl.1erwise 
Mules nnd Asses, . . ... ; JO 0 l'arria
es and Vehicle:;, .. 12 10 0 I provided 10r,. . . ... .. 15 0 0 
.\nchors&. Chain Cables,. 1 0 0 j l'arriage;; and Vehicles, ,Fire Arms-see Guns. 
l Ashes,. . . .. . . . . . . .. 1 0 0 parts of, . . . .. . . . . .. 1

 10 0 1"1'11, Oy"ters. Lobsters, 
A \.es and Scythe!',. . . ... 12]0 II I('a,,;lings, . . . . . . . .. .. J2 10 0 Turtles, and all otuer 
I Bagatelle TalJleo:. .. . . .. ]2 10 0 r,lsh8, empty,. . . . . . .. 7 10 0 Shell Fish, fresh, . . .. 7 10 0 
13alls used at Bowls or Ca;,t,; ill Plaster of Paris, or Spl'cific. 
I !'line rins, . . . . . . . . 12 10 0 COIIIP?siti
n,unlesstheir FIsH,8altedorDried,pr112lbs,O 2 6 
Bark, .. . . . . . . . . . .. I 0 0 material IS othennse Plchled, the barrd, . .. 0 5 0 
13ark ì\Iill!', . . . . '" . . . 12 10 0 charged with a higher Flax-see Hemp. 
Berries, Nuts, Ve
elahles, duty, . . . . . . . . . . .. 7 10 0 Flour, tbe brl. of 196Ibs.. 0 3 0 
and \,"oods, uscli in ' Chains, . .. .. . . ..... 7 10 0 I FR['IT, "iz.: 
dyeing, . . . .. .. . . . .. 1 0 0 Chain l'ables-see Anchors. Almonds, the lb. " . .. 0 0 H 
13illill.rd & Bagatelle Balls, ('heese-see Provi"iOl18. I,pples, thp bushel,.. .. 0 0 6- 
of wood and i
'or) ," .. 12 10 0 I Chicor y , .. . . . . . . . .. 7 10 0 110. Dried, the bush. 0 1 0 
ßiIlianl Tables,. . . ., .. 12 HI 0 C'locks and \Vatches,.. .. 12 10 0 Currants, the lb. . . . ., 0 0 1 
BiscuiH amI Crackers, " . 10 0 0 n..cks & \Vatches:,parts of 12 10 0 Fi!!:!, the lb. . . . .. ... 0 0 1 
Bone :\Ianufactures-bee Jvory. ICoals, Cohe, and Cinlier!', 1 0 0 Nuts of all kinds, the lb. 0 0 1 
13ook!!, printed, unbound 'Cotton \Vool and l'ottoll reache!', the bushel, ... 0 1 0 
'or in shePt", . . . .,. .. .) 0 0 yarn,......... . .. 1 0 0 J'ears, the hu.hcl,. . .. 0 1 0 
Books, blank, hOllnr!, un- ('otton, manufilctnrl'!; of,. 7 10 0 Prunes, the Ib.. . . . . . . 0 0 ]
 
bOllnfl or in sheet>".. .. 7 10 0 Copper in Bars,Pig,8heath- Quinces, the bnshe l , ... 0 1 0 
T!ran and 
horts-see Grain. I ing and ::3heet, . . ... .. 1 0 0 Raisins, )Iu,,;catel, 11100111, 
I Bulhs-sce Trees. '('on'a"e,. . . . . . . .,. .. 7 10 0 & ßuncil,in boxes, the IlJ. 0 9 
Butter-spe I:'rovislOns. Tork ;nd Cork manufact's 10 0 0 Do. otberwi!!e, the lb. (J 0 1 
I Burr 
lOne!', \Heught,. .. 7 10 0 l'rachers-see ßjscuit. Ad Valorem. 
Burr 
tones. Um\ ròu"ht,. 1 0 0 Cutlery-see Hardware. Fanning or Bark Mills, .. 12 10 0 
I " 



AL:\1ANAC. 4.5 / 
.Ad Valorc71I, D'y C'y. 
.t:. 5. D. 
Cocoa Nut Oil. . '" .. 1 0 0 
Campl';ne Oil. . . .. .. I:! 10 0 
('a",ror Oil . . . .. . . .. 7 10 0 
Ojl, or Spirits of Tur- 
FJenti ne ...., . . .. 7 10 0 
Oï Aniwa l , except 
Lard; Vege able, 'lot 
otilerwise enumerat- 
ed ; Essential; Chem- 
ical and Y olatilc ; Per- 
iUllled . . . '" . . .., 10 0 0 
Palm Oil. . . . . . ., . .. 1 0 0 
All Oil not otherwise 
enumerated ....... 
Oil CIOt;1 . . . . . . . .. . . 
O.es, of vII Meta's. . . ., 


710 0 
710 0 
100 
Spcnfir. 


'I 
'[CAX.WA TARIFF.] SCOBIE &; BALFOCR'S CANA DIA:\f 
I Á.d Valortm 1J'y Cy.' .Ad ValoTcm Dviy Cy. 
.t: s. D., Lead for Paint, not ground .t: .,. D. 
.Feathers, . . . .. . . .. .. 7 10 0 wit;1 Oil, . . . . . . . ... 7]0 0 
I F
re Wood, . . : . . : . .. ! 0 0 L.e
d, ground in Oil for 
FH;b, preserved 111 Oil, .. . I.> 0 0 1 :Lilli, . . . " . . ...... 7 10 0 
'Fi'ls and :;k;'1s, the pro- 'LE.
TIIEI:, "iz.: SpcciJ
c. 
duce of cre:lturc..living CalfSkiols,tann'd,taw'd, 
in the sea, . . . , . . . .. 7 10 0 or Ï'I a'1Y WolY dressed, 

Iower Root!', . . . ... .. 1 0 0 tI'c I:,. . . . . . . . .... 0 0 4 
f'lowus,art"i 'a',notsilk, 7 10 0 Coau
.
il'Js,tann'{I,tr.w <I, 
Flower
, artific"a', in pan or in any wvy dressed, 
I or whú e t'ilh.. . . , , .. 1-2 10 0 tile dozen, . . . .. . .. 0 ;) 0 
Fruit, presen'e(', ...... 1,) 0 0 lIal'ne
s Leather, the lb. 0 0 1 
jfcuit, Ullenl'meWleC1, . . . 10 0 0 Kif) :St;' .'S, t'le I.." . . .. 0 0 i 
IF


s
;


, u


e
;

r.i.
s: 5 0 0 L

:
ne
 

I

, 

:n;s
 
Furs anr18k:ns, lllillll '. or, 7 10 0 any way dressed, the 
Furniture \Vood-see Pv 'l..woocl. doæn, .......... 0 2 6 
SpecIfic. Leather cut into "hapf''', 
Glass, "Indow anf1 Com- the I
. . . . . . . . .... 0 0 4 .? 
 !'FR, &.c. 
mon Germau SileetGla"s Pat
nt or Glaæd Leath'r Bristol, or Drawing 
perbo\:of501cet,....0 3 tile lb. ..........004 Cards, the lb........ 0 0 1
 
GR."-i
, viz. : I B.ole Leati'cr, t,le ,lb. ... 0 0 2 Co<"se, Or ,\Cappin'S, the 
Dar;ey, tile quarter, ... 0 3 0 t: ppe,' .eaLler, He Ib.. 0 0 1
 c\\ t. ..... . . .. .. 0 2 9 
lluc\\\ileat, lIere and All Leatner not abo.e Dra\\jn
, t'Je lb. .. . ., 0 0 1 
Gi
g, the quarter. .., 0 3 0 (Iescriberl, . . .. . . .. 0 0 I" ì\Jarbled,or Glazed,the 11.1 0 0 lì 
!I>],'i,le, or llidiarl ,-,OUl, '....F

IIERlHoH:FM.Tn:Es, viz.: l\ll'sic, l!lelb........ 0 0 1
 
t,le quarter of '.0 IuS. .. 0 3 0 Govs' UOalS under 8 MiIle,l, or 'I'runk Mak- 
Oats, 1
le qU,'lIcr, . . .. 0 :1 (J incil's io len'5th,tne pro 0 0 ers' floard",. the C\\t. 0 3 0 
Eve, Geal s vnd "ea;:,.. 0 3 0 ßo 's' 
 oes un,ler i3 Pasleboard and Card!', 
\\'-'ea: .hc. 1l..J .,.... 0 3 0 inch"s in len"th,t=Je pro 0 0 4 the cwl. .. . . ." . . . 
l\ledloÎt;"':'Llo\oc(; ains CI,ilrlreu., Boots anù P.-inti!l!!,the cwt.. . .. 
and 0; \\';le,lt \lot bol.- , 
hocs, over:J inc1les in Playing Cards, tilC !Jack 
ed, t;lI
 H!ti IJs... . .. 0 2 0 len"ltj tile dOJ'ef', .... 0 2 6 'I'is:o:ue, the lb.. . . . . . . 
Bran or ::5ilor..5, It:! I
s.. 0 0 3 Gi.l,,' Lo'].s aud :;I'oe8, "'riting, the cwt. . . . . 
.All Volorem. under .,eve.l i.lc;les in I parPr IJ1imu.
"lctnres, not 
G1'lger, nreserved, . . . .. JJ 0 0 len!:l;l. the dO.lel', i,l- otnerwi"e chargedwitl1 
1G
t

r


' ;
:




;I. 


 7]0 0 J!1r<


,is'l

I'
: 


I
r' 
 0 2 6 duty. . . " . . ... :"'fll
al
rr?11 
'GloPc;"-'il'e D:awinl(i. i'IC.1Ï,1 11'11'!t;..tll{' doz. 0 1 6 Paints, nnground . . . ... 7 to 0 
Goods. \\ ose .ouL,:latioTJ. Me.ls' 1:001-<,-\11' pair,.. 0 .-, 0 . \Vater l:olors. . .. 7]0 0 
is WOOl, . . . . . . . .... ï.O O. "e,ls' 8.lces, the pa;r,.. 0 0 7
 'aint ßrushes . . . .. . .. 7 10 0 
Goods, of al\ ';ÎI\r l " not ot;ler\Vi
' \Vo 11('.18' Coo.s a,l'l "ickles and 
,LUces. . . .. ].) 0 0 
cha"f,ed wÜh dUlY 0.' l.ce'-
ee eml l SlIoes, the dozen,... 0 G 6 )Iale and Plated "Vare... 10 0 0 
of t Ie 
chehl \e. -L'd Valorcm.,Pouh'y, alive or dead.... 10 0 0 
Gold al d ::;il\"er L("'... . .. 7 10 0 Leather manufactures not I Spec:fic. 
Grease aLII! ScraJI:<, . . . ..t:
 0 0 de.;crihecl,.... . . . .. 10 0 0 PRovrsIO
'" viz. : 
Gums. ............ 5 0 {) Linen anll Linen manu;' 7 111 0 Butter, the cwt.. . .... 0 7 6 
GUlli owder, . . . . . . . .. 7 10 0 Snecißc. C.'eese, the cn-t. . . . ., 0 ,} 0 
Guns rnd Floe Arms,.. .. 7 '" 0 LIQLlD5, not 
f\irit..\ous, v;z. : nacon & Hams, the cwt. 0 I) 0 
Hair. ma'lU ..JcWres 0 
 ... 7 10 0 I A,e ami Heer, in casns, F:alled, the C\\t. . . . . .. 0 6 0 
nard 700d.
) Fur.ulUfe, 'Jer 1:. Ion,.. . . .. .. 0 0 4 Pickletl, the cwt. . . ., 0 6 0 
unn'anp, ct I eel, . . .. 1 0 0 Ale anr' Geer in bottles, Fresh, the cwt. ...... 0 4 0 
Ha,d\" are. G;.elf Goods, I ,
\ toozen; .. . . .. .. 0 1 3 Potatoes, the bushel. .. 0 0 3 
and CLltiery, . . . .. ... 7 11} 0 Cwer dnd I ecry. Ihegal. 0 0 'I. Ad Valorem. 
Hai.!',... . . .. . . " . .. 'i)f) 0 I Vine
ar, ,he ['allon,... 0 0 3- ì\Ieats prepar
d, other- 
Hay, . . , . . . . . . . . '" 1 0 0 
J,]ccarol'i & \ ermicelli, wise t!1.ln by Salt or 
Hem I. Fla:;:, and Tow un- the I,). . . . ... . . .... 0 0 1
 Pickle. . . .. . .. .. 10 0 0 
(!lessed. ........... 1 0 0 \Ia's-sceDrawin-rs. Quills... ...... .... 710 0 
He,njl, Flavor Tow, in i\lol.L!'5ej and Treac'e, tbe l1urr. for every gailI'm (of 
'pccifir 
any war d.essed, . . .. i 10 {) I cwt. . . . .. . . . . . .. 0 4 0 old \Vine measure) proof . 
n;de!!, ............ 1 0 0 1 "U<lChi.leS for A'5ricultural .Ad Val. by Sykes' Hydrometer, 
lIorns,Hor 1 T;ps,& pieces j 10 {) pl'rl'o,.e
,e'ce)lt '!'nresh- all :-:pirits a<XJve Olat 
. Horn .Hanulact\l1eS-8ee 
vo. V. Ï'lg \Tachines and Fann- f'lrength to be reduced to 
i 
pecific. i'1g l\Jills,.. .......10 0 0 equlvaJentofproof.... 0 1 3 
'Hops, tbe lb. ........ () U 3 \1dci 'ncryofall kinds,and Sweetened or mi1.cd, per 
!loney, t;ie I
. . . . .. . .. 0 0 1 I palls tÌJereo
, . . . . . .. ]'!]O 0 gallon . . . . . . . .... 0 3 0 
(f
I) lron-;-,<ce f:h2CI Iron. 11\1
rt"
, p
lisl1e" 

.cut, .. í 10 O. Á.d Valo-rell1 
India Rubuer ßOOlil a'1Ú I\J.Ublr,!1 bJo
", un- Re
m . . . ... . . . , . ., 1 0 0 
Shoe.s, the pair, ...... () 0 j
 noli<leè,.......... 1 0 OIRice . .. .. . . .. .. .., ;) 0 {) 
.A,[ Vo'0Tl'm. 'rF.T". (fJ.e Provioio1ts.) ,Roulette 'rabIes. . . .... 20 0 0 
Indigo. . . . .. . . .. . .. J 0 \I 'Tf'.iicirles, . . . . . . , ... ï]O 0 
H:r, "iz.: Specific, 
Ink, Printers', . . ... . .. Î 10 0 ,'\rercurv, . . . . . . . .... 7 10 0 Coarse, made from Salt 
IRo>., llar, R:)d ami Nail, \l11sil'al Instruments, of Sprin!!s, per hu!'hel... 0 0 2 
Ðoiler PMtes, Pi!!, Rail- I wood,............ 7 10 0 Fine, or basket, and 
r01d Bars, fl3rap:5 and 'Iu
ical Instrument
, of slO\'ed, .} per cent. Ad 
old for re,.leltin!!, . . ., 1 0 O' met:!l, ........... 10 {) Oral., an,l pc: hushel, 0 0 2 
rvor}', Done and Horf', \J.J
tard, . . . . . . . .. .. 7 111 0 Salt. from :\Jines, )..no\\'n 
nlpnufactures o
. . . .... 7 10 0 '"UN u
er: in dyeing-see T:errif's. as Rock :;alt, an
 
alt 
Jewelry, s
t or onset, . .. 1'2 10 0 Ou;;, Oli\ e, in casks, the fJJ1ccijìc. made from 
ca \Vatcc, 
Juice of ....i Illes, Lelllons or !I" lion . .. . .. .. ... 0 lI;) per ton . . . ... .... 0 
Oran'les, not hlixetl wi lit 110. in Jars or nottles, Silvf'r Leaf -see r.oM Leaf. 
Spirit<, or swce,ened 
o the :!allon . . . .. . .. 0 1 3 
toneware-see Earthenware. 
as to be Svrup,. . . .... ï 10 {) I"lTd, till' 
allon. . . . .. 0 0 5 
PlC'ES, viz. : 
Junk or Oakum, .. . . . .. 1 t) 0 Lin,,('e I 0,1. Ihe 2a\lon. II t) 

 C'a<sia, the lb. . . .. .. 0 
Lard,.,..:..... . . ... 1 0 II 
1.f'rlL1 f!il. tilf'g,llIon... 0 0 Ii I rïnnamon. the lb. .., 0 
Lead, 111 PI!. . . . . . . .. ] 0 II Uihl'C Oll,from creatures rloves, the lh. . . . . .. 0 
,Lead. mann;,lc"lr"
 01' . 7 111 () [ivinrr in thp f'f'a.. .. 9 0 J Gill!!er and AII'nkl', lb. 0 


o -I 0 
050 
003 
Z 1
 

 


(j 


o 2,
1 
o !!
I 
o 2
J 
o 1 t 



' 46 
SCOBIE & lB.LFOUR'S C.\XADL\
 AL
IAXAC. [C'lN^DA T.'lRIFF.] 
I , . Spec ific, D y. Cy. .A dValorem Dy. Cy, Specific, Dy. Cy . 
;:IPICES, conunued.- L s. D. . L s. D. \VOOT', Sta\"es. Standard or L Ii. D. 
I 3Iace, the lb. . . . . . .. 0 II 4 ;:,traw Boards for Book- 'Ica
urel\lent I ('I' mille 1 5 0 
Xuune 
s, the lb. . .. .. 0 0 j binders.... . . . .. .. Î 10 0 Puncheon or' \VeH In: 
Pe[1(Jcr, tile Ib.... . ., 0 0 1 3uJphur . . . ... . ..... Î 10 0 dian, \iz.; 
Pilllento, the lb. . .. .. 0 0 1 511:::" n" and Confcction- A!oll.. . . per stantiard 
.
P.,d.
. e'l.cl'pt 'lilli, as of ar) IlIadeot
II'!ar,either mi"e 0 t 0 
,Proof,thnrl,I\;,Lle "I. 0" 0 inwholf' or in part, in Barrel.....do. (10: II 4 0 
: S\Ycet

 !.)r'li\rl, in- adllilion to:!d.perlb... 20 00 R(',IOak,...do. do. II Î 0 
, cludi,! Biw ,::', II 1'1:11. 0 3 0 Sl'uifc. V;hile Oak,. .do 110, 0 10 G 
'l .R, R fin( I or e,l.HI:, \e-, the Ib .' . . . . . . ,., II II 2
 De31
,l'ine. per Uu . <", 
pI r c\\ t. ." .. . . . Î 0 1 LlC' ('0, \lL. : WI,' I'd 1JU:ILred, 0 1;; 0 
Ba tard, I.. per Cl'ut. Ad. 1Ianu r l' tl J, the lb... 0 0 2 8pnk" ..0. do. 0 7 (j 
Val., . J pr'r cwt. . .. 0 12 
'nmal ifactllrcr t , the Ih 0 0 1.' IhuIIJ ,Ii"e
,. per dOLCn. 0 0 3 
Clarl''', liJ 1- 'I' cent. Ad. I:'nulf, the 1/1.. . . . . ., 0 I) fi Oar:,. per pall'. . . ., .. 0 0 3 
Val. <! rI per c\\ t.. .. 0 13" Segars, the lb. . . . . .. 0 .
 0 PJanL', I.oanl
, an'l all 
1\111:;'" \. '10, p,r C\\,t.... OlJ 3 Ad ralIJTc/'/. hind!o 01' 
'<lwed Lmn- 
In \\I.ich arc i'n ."nes, Tallow. . . .. . . .. . ,. IOU LeI' lIl,t herein char!!l'tl 
per C\\t. . . " . . .., 6 (j Tar am! Pitch :. ....... 1 0 (I \',ith duty, reI' thot:- 
Succadc", iueh: !iilg Coa- Tea,;les . . . . . . .. . . ., 1 0 0 Ealld !oupcr1ici.
1 feet, 
feetiouary, _!J per cent. Thread, Liue!J . . . .. .. Î 10 0 inch thick, and. 
o in 
Ad "al. and rf'r 111.. .. 0 0 2 Thre!ohing .\rachinc", anLl proportion for any 
8)rups, e'Cel,t ::'piriL:5, the Fanningand Hark Mills, 1'
 11) 0 greater thichness.... 0 7 6 
I g:lllon............ 0 1 0 IT!n, Sheet alH! Lllock , .. 1 U U A
ll, Lhn, Talllarae, or 
Jd Va!orclII 'TlfeJ an.1 Rootmg, . .. .. 7 lU (I llacmatac, and otl.er 
:::ausa!:es an,1 Puddings... 11) (I 0 Tortoise ::'h('lI. . . . . . .. :1 0 0 wOOlls not herein 
I:-;aw Loes. . . . . , . ., .. 1 0 0 row-see Hemp. chaf!:!(,(] \\ ith duty, per 
/ 8ee,ls, Gar,!cn, Flo\\er and ro
 s . . . . . . . .. . . . .. 7 10 0 one tÎlousand cuhic ft, 1 5 0 
Vc
etahle. . . .. . ., .. 10 0 0 1'rl'e::', Shrubs, BulIJs and ßirch, . .(lo. do. 2 10 0 
;:\hcet and 1Ioop Iron. ... 1 II 0 ROLlS........ .... 1 0 0 Oak,. .. .10. do. 2 1..3 0 
ßhingles . . . '" . . .. .. :) 0 0 freacle-see 
Iolas"es. I'ine. "-hite, anit in pro- 
:5ilk, raw. . . . . , . ., .. 7 10 0 Turpenfine.......... 7 10 0 portion for anv small- 
;:;ilhs, manufactures of, not Type JIew.I, ill mocks úr er IJll<lntity . rherl"f'f, 
3Iillil1l<ry, made up. . .. Î 10 0 l'i!..s. . .. . .. . . . . .. 1 0 0 per one thOl'
'nd cn.lt. 1 5 0 
::;ilh!', all goo I", l.'ing in \T am:sh . . . . . . . ... .. 7 11) 0 Red, per LUlU I'ul ic ft. 1 1.) 0 
whole or \I
rt sill{, not "eget
hles, fre!oh.. ... .. 10 0 0 \VoOlI used in ùyeill"-:,ee Derries. 
otherwise s
cci(jed.. . .. 7 10 0 \'e
ctaIJlcs used in dyeing-see Ber- " All Valorem. 
j SilkS' Sewing Con!, alId rics. \Yood, all manufacture,! 
Tas
els. . . .. . . .... Î 10 0 '"('het, f"=ilk-sec f"=ilk. articles of, having 110 
Rili: JIillinery, maùe up.. 12 10 U \'ennicclli-sec Jlacaroni. p:lrt metal, . . . . . . ., 7 10 0 
Silk Ve!\et. . . .. . . ... 11 10 0 \'etches........,... 710 0 \Yool . . . ,. . . .. . . ., 1 0 0 
' Straw. . . . . . . . . . , " 1 0 0 \Vatchcs and Parts of-:;ee Clochs. \Yoc]pn Yarn. . . . . . ., 1 0 0 
Steel in Bar. . . . . . . ... 1 0 0 \Va'\':.............. 7 10 0' \Yor::,terl, mal1ufactures of, 7 10 0 
,;:;tone for ßuilJing , . . " 1 0 0 II\"a ,maJ!lufactUJ"es of, ex- \\'oollen. manufactures of, 7 10 0 
I
oda A;;h.. .... .. .... 1 0 0 . !'ept Candles.. ... ... ! 10 0 Ye\low 3JI'!al.. . .. ." 1 0 0 
I 
oaps, of all klllds . . . .. 10 0 0 1\ halehone . . . .. . . . .. I lU 0 A '.:J .A I.T , ' Gdor", \V Ar.r;; 
SI'f'rlllaceti, e'l.ccpt Can- \\'ire, Iron.. ....... ;; 0 0 I At;IJ 1I"Rl 'niLlL!''!, 7mt 
dle:3......, . '" .... 7 If) 0 \Vine, 10 per ct. .A,l Val. Spcc
fic. oLlierlcioe clwr
 cd with 
3pon!!e . . . . . . . . . . ., 7 JO 0 inclll(liu!:! casl,<; and IJot- dlltl', (md lwt lt rél/ lle- 
..;tarch. . . .. . . ,.... .. 7 10 0 tics, and per gallon. .. \) 1 0 elured Lo befrce of l'ut!!, 7 10 0 


Table of EXCluptions. 
TIle folloloin rr articles are cxrmpted froll' Diities: :UOIJEr s of :n.J.CHI"ERY, and of other inventions and 
ANA'1'O:,nCAL I' 'PAil \'1'10'5 when importe I e'l.pressh improvemcnts in the \1'1". 
for the use of any Colle or 
 hool of .\n:tlomy 0 P \CK \On eont1,ining DutiaJ'le Artic,,"s. 

ur
ery, incorl''- 1tell hy noyal Charter or Act 0 PPIH.o<;o,'mcp. APl".RATl
. Tn!otrumellts, r.ooks,l\I<lp!", 
Parliamenf, not importcd 
)r sa'c. :-:t, mcry, BUSl!", a'Hlt', 4s of \I,lIlIk. Ðronæ, Ala- 
COPIES of the HOLY 
 'R,PTl Rd ",inted in the Uuite, ba!orer or J'I IeI' of P,1ri
, Pain " lJrawin!!", LH- 
I Kingdom of Great Britain alllilreland, and 1I0t illl' gra\ in 
,rtchin

. s, cilllens of ;-clllptmt., l"ILinct
 
porteJ for f.l:". of Coil''", I\I(',hl.;, (;PI ,and fill other collections of 
,BOOKS and )1,,''1 and I1IustrÐtive J)rawing
, importe,' Anti, ,i iL ,rO\hJe I the. 11'1' ',Jelially import
d 
I for t..e use of any Lihrary to whicll tile public I m
 in 
n<)d f ith for tl:e 'I
C of 'it'ty i "orpom t el 
' I have frce p ..1:, .on,...
 abo [or the Librariesofeitlrcr or ,
talrl:_:l I tor l'hilo<;01'!'Jt'11 or l,iJ'r, rJ pursuits, 
, ßranch 0, 
 L
'i (,\ture. or lor tIle eI!LJUra""lIJcnt ot rille \rt". or for the u,;e 
ICorN au' lIL'.ll. 
. or hy the order or allY Cni\'''r-ir''. (''IIII' ,.\cadem}', 
I Do
ATn= 
 of lIo,'K' or f'r.oTIIIKG spechlly importer" t:""üol or ::;eminaryof Learuillg within tl:is Pro- 
[or t' '11 e Of, or to : 
.Ii 'ribllt(',1 !:,ratuitouslf by au
 \ in"e. 
Charil ,Ie Iciel\' in this rroviuce. r I..v , pme \T. ApP
R IT"", &c., &c., irnoortcd for use 
I FI H, fr h, II t (' 'nl '.1. I.y aay Ilt!,Iic Lecturer tor Ill' PilI" ri! üf !=flin, 011111 to 
HOR" ,Ill ' of 'J'n \\'F'1 EF"', and Horsr
, I e r
-(\pJrted, :1..11 Ir - ,\{ lto I I' C IIICr('r[I1"r'er 
C,lttlc al II 11'1' , nn,! II. r VL'Ii'lf'-, \\hen e I I Dond ot t\\O )d ami =Uk,iricnt r 'r"o:.s lor tlieir ex- 
plo ed i I ", rn 111 III r ,) iZI I te 'I' witi! tI porta.ïon wllllin t' 
 
pl'cWC" tillle. 
neeI'. ry i I n,l '}',. ;"1" 0 I I
 a' th' sallil .\!t'B or f' llIIIi '-(1 \\ hich au.\' ['I lit letor or Contract- 
are bOlla. in ,'for t lat p 1'(1 ,(,'I.('('pt till or::" COllllllis <lry or l'OIlIlUi, ,Hi
. II!I if l10rt Gr 
1Iorsc_. C"L.', (' r '!. all.I,",'hici anti ]I,m1l' s. hrinq !lno tl ,Pro\ illce rúr tl 'I ' [ I:, I' :U, ' -t
's 
of per.o. 
 ha\\,ldn
 ,')c. ,wan IlBl'fl h1.1 Ii A 1'111 'I.' and 'Xavy, or fur the u
1' or theln n :Nations 
throll!;h tile I'ro\ i '''e lor I Ie pur; ,c ofr tail, an' ,. in th' 3 1'1'0\ iuce; Provide.! tlJe 111 I!<< ,1',\\ i-e p, y- 
lJor
e!', C,lrria;!';; and Ihrne!os of an' l'ircu 0' aIJ!c \\'oIlIIl/1f' . 'fra
ed or horn(' I II J '1'reil!oi1ryof 
l:questri:tn troop j II' c\hi"ition. '1'1'" lIor"e
, ("If tl 
 {"niter! Kin
lrolB or of this P . 1'. 
ria'7('
, Cflr
v' ns and H,LrII cs of :In} \rena
erietnlll ;O:PErl'JL s of }l,aturallli
lorv. 'Ji' eralo,--y or notany. 
fre;;'. Hors,
s and I'attle belon::!ing to per
ùn" COUlIII' ;:;EF of all kind-, }'armiu
 tTten!oil" allll Implement>' 
illto the Pro"iuce for the purpu::;c of act:Júlly 
ctt(ill;: 1 of IInsh;,ndry, and Anim,,'s for th illJ]Jro\clhrnt of 
thereia. , 
rock when specially import('r1 in !!OO,' f.(ith L}' <In}' 
J 'IlIOE'" OFFAT. and. T\LLOW of Cattle and Swine. 
ocil'ty ineo
porated or establi
i'cI\lOrIheencour"bc- 
slauuhtcred in bonll. mcnt of _ \!!ncultllre. 
1.\Itê.r.URES of all hint:!!. \VEaRi
o AI'P
ru:L in a
tual USI', and other personal 



[CAN_-\DA T\RIFF.] SCOBIE & BA LFOUR'S CAXADIAX AL:\L\NAC. 


47 


eflects not mf'rchan.li/f', IlIlplelllents allIl Tools of! 
Trade of halld) -crafls-lIIe!', in the occupation or em- 
plo\"!lIent or persolls coming into the l'rovince for the l 
puip' f' o' acu.:..J\I
 
f'hlill
 thl'feill 
['1': . "
I I
 
 Pro luce alHllllanuf.'1ctun d of all 011 
allY such of tbe ,'IJI'r BrÎ(Ì
h ::\OrtÎl \!lleriCllll l 
("uiollÎ 
 1<.11 '!IIit the 
ati\e 1'1'I,Juce 
1Ill 
111. '\IIi (. 'ree uf t.lut
, 
h II 1('. lI- 
tll:L I to e '" dutil's under t!'i:! \ct, \\ith l 
the e\:c" JII of: iritu IS LilJuo
s.] 
\1.'" I, 
::;ALT, S.l\te.l or 
ur d :.\1..,o.1l.., 1I0nr, Biscuits, )!oln
. . 


Cordagf'. Pitch, Tar, Turpentille, Leathl'r, Ll'ather- 
ware, FbhermeLls' Clothin
 all. I Hosiery, Fishi1l!! 
('raft, 1'Iensils a..d Im,trulllelits imported into till 
])i
trict of (:as\le 11'0111 the Ullite,l Kiu!!dom or t:1l 
Channel J..lalulJ or nej
lIlJcurin
 COIOI, 1\'
,lor the u
' 
of the l'j"heri,':; carri, 1 on tht>rcin, PII icct to s.lci 
rl',:ulatio,!\ò as thl' Principal (HIker oì l 
..torns at tIll 
l'ort of '!ul'hel' ",lallm,lke, and 1\ 'IIC I 1 !in is hC'reb) 
CIlII 
wen I to r-taLIi:;1t Jor tlte I urpo
eo" 'crtainill!! 
ti I I artll!es al c bUl/nfide iutellJt.c to 
 e appliLlo 
to u. . u
e of SI ch l"i"herie... 


PI'obibitCil Articles. 
Tllc follMciTlg wticle are p7'oli'bitrd to 1:c uTlporteJ, under a pello!f', of Fifty POll7lds, togetller tl:iIh ti.c 
forfeiture of tILe ParHl or l'tlc1wgf: of a.JU" Ùl u:JÚrh lÌle !;l!1 Sltu 'l be fOlllld: 
ß.11 .md Dra" in s of an immoral or illl' cent character. 
l"II :'o, 1:a..e or Couuterleit. 
Rcciprodty .< '-:a ll
eJllCllt beh.'cCu (Janm.la, :' C'iV ßrnu
"'=-ck, and Nova scotia.! 
List of .L1rliclcs Io be ndmit'uf, Free of Dllt", l!t the .
Lrts ,{ 11:0 trc"l mid gllcbe
, b,ei,'g tIle grou:tlt, product 
or IItllltllJaclure oJ 1Ile Pru/,UtCCS /'J .'cw L 'W 
.J:lC alld .'Jca f!eotta:- 
Animals. Hides, raw, not tanned, curried or dressed; Horns. 
ÍJcef 3!ILI Pork, J1i uit and Urea,l, Butter. ,;"Ileat. 
.Coal, Cc',e, Cocr 11' ,Ie, Corn or (;min of all kin(!s. 'Ores of all kinds. 
Flour; t'l
h, fr II or 
,,!tl ' l!riell or pic!"l II: l'bh Oil : Poultry; l'lauts; l3!1ruùs and Trees; Potatoes anti 
Furs or Sloi ',t Ie pi Jduce of fi
h or cre"tart." hvill- Ve' '[;,')Ies 01 all killlfs. 
in the 8('
..: Fu ni ;re \\ hich has ac!u;,lIy Leea iu .5eeds of all hiuds; :::.hins, I'elts, Furs, or Tails uno , 
u:;e; 'Vor ,i " 'T JOls an,l Implemchts, the prupert) <In .,ed. 
of emi"rallts ur persons cOlllilig to re..ide ill the l'ru- Tallow. 
"incc, 'and not intended for sale. \\'ood, \'iz., Boards, Plalll,s, Staves, Timber and f'ire- 
GYPSWlI. . wood. 


(ClRCtiLA.R.] 1. G. O. CI STO\ts DFP\RT
tr'"'T, 

tolltreal, J2th J lIlv, 1" 18. 
SIR,- \. question having arisen as to the rate o
 duty prope!IY,leviable on hound an,l unbound Cook;:, respec- 
tively, undl'T tit prü\'j"iOt.$ 01, the :<\ct 10 
 1L V IC. 
ap. 31, JIIutulcd "An ,Act for !epealing end consolidating 
I be preocnt Dmie ù\ (;U;;tOlBS 111 thIs Pronnl'e, and 10f other purro
e'" tllerem lDentlolle'I." 
I [am to aCIjUalllt, üu, for your informal ion and gJ\erumeut, th',lt l:Joks, into the composition of the bindinl! 
of which there is leat!tpr. are to be con
H1ered as Boun,I, and wIll be properly chargeaJle with the duty 0, 
'even Pounds, Ten 
hillim!
,currency, on everyone hundred pounds of [he value theleof. 
J:üoks, in clot 1 1 a I! hoard ",imply, \\ ititout II'liher, are not rat ',I ;!s Bound Vool.s, anti will be chargeable 
I With a duty oi Fì\C l'ouuùs on e,er)' oüe hunùred pcunds of tl. 
 ,-alue thereof. 
(::;ígned) J. W. DUXSCO
IB. 
American Vr . under the authority of an Or,ll'r of, Councl!, a
e now permitted to pass through the 
!ChamLly Callal LJ <1aebec, .\lol1treal, or any other I'urts In the l'rovtnce, in Lalla..t, or with cargo, and in 
li'.e mauner to retur.!. _ I 
I Uya late deci ion of the Law ()ffi{'f'rs.
f the çro,I\
, I .trties natnralized by a Pro....i,nci'\1 
latute are perrnitte, 
enfe"l 'er Yl 'I, un 'er t:1C .Act E \ IC. ch, .1, lIIu[ulell " '\11 .\ct to secure the n
ht or proper'y in Britblt l 
Plant'lcto ", '\ ( uuvj ltin
 the Inland \\ ater
 of this rrovincf', and 110t rc' iHercd unlÌer the Act of the 
hllpenal Parli. IIII\'t or' the I ui cd KlIIgdom, pa. ed i::t the third alld Ivurll1 }f'ars of the reign of his lat!- 
'i .. Ktn
 \Vllllalll '.t Fourth, illtituletl ''\11 .'\ct for t'lC Rt'.:;i
[eriIl2 of flnti..h Vc"",eI>', and to facilitate 
S:l _' of tlie 
1I1e, and to 1-'rc\'ellt the fraudulent a<."ignmcnt 0" any property in such V e

els.' " 


.\ -. Y u T);-T 
- 1 1t l(.
! 
e Invul- . , 


.-Tn c'JmllUting the ad xa'Qre , dUI! on Im,Jl)r t .tio'ls via the rnitetl 5;tates, the same rull' 
/I 
 i n 0, ,!f' duty UI vu . impl .l('1 , / 
 'a Uhec.t to QueLec or )Iolltreal, i. c., OJ. 
,od , :1t tile phcc o. p.lr 0 I', tlIe ÎllIllJrtcr. 


n, RLW \P E.--
 , 
 art' rated as C

tillgs; but Chutcl1 Eells, Lcing comp(.
ed of other material than Iron, 
lee r :.ar 'e I os lIull-ell IInerateu artlcle
. 


l
, C' T.-Gr intra 
(' 
'U ..'fl. .. tl'l)llrt H. J ". 
'come)
 I be...,; -''''1'1; requircd to Enter OL 


\r t arc I\V cnniltf'11 to he tra7ls-sltipred ;!t the 
J\" J the \ csæl on \\ hieh the saUle arl 
(: t
he a C[ aral _' 



,-f hal' it 
, l \1' 'I t 
t I 


1'0 


I. G. O. rl 'TOW, DEPART'tF.'ÇT, 
'\fontreal, 1 'th Au ó ' 1
 I"". 
It! tJ (:ir rt yon to c r lt 'Illy ('n 11' {' ware' 
 on l' r'- !lane or 
Ie J.1SII III I ' nJitn Ln IjcL l P ; to tI It em'ct, and ",I('r
 )011 
lency 11- :tri
ell fro I n
 .1 .11 C
l , 
I1J that 1I0 aL:.tractiOll or iWlJropcr intlrJercr.cl' 


a, I "I 
.. t'''t .t
''I.''1: 
C. .Jlllllty \. i:il t"L 


'i'o tile C't,rector l-. ( tOd,S, Qj(c
ec. 


t l '" carr} in
 of thi or.
er into etrect, lIluH Le borne bv 
he owner of the "oods in 
JH: '" . 10 allu 11 'ie. call. :.IJ. . " , 
(Si"ned) J. W. Dl'XSCO:UD. 


,_'1 ha
 
)L 'n rull'l, th::,t, 'Yonlel1's and rhilt!rl'II's l!OOls ant! Shoes, 1I0t leather, (such as prunella, &c.), Dl\' 
II, II' 0' Y to a <11':. of _ I" l' ccnt. fill ratore 



48 


SCOBIE & BALFO'LR'S CANADIAN ALl\IANAC. [CANADA T'lRIFF.] 


MemoraUtla, on tile Canada CUfoitOltlS Ad, lOt'" &- 11t1l "\'ic. cap. 31, ÏlupolSlng 
tllc j'o.'cgoing Duties on IlllI)Oris into tbe Proviuc
. 
j8ection 4.-A 11 Duties, renalties or Forfeitur('s, to be in Provinciall'urrency, and all duties shaH be paid and 
' received accorúil'g '0 British \\'ei
hls and ;tleal>ures in u
e on Ihe 6th July, k:!.>. 
[The old ,,'i'1e Gallon and \\ïnche5ter Ul"ihel, inslead of the Imperial Gallon and Imperial Bushel at 
present i'l use.] 
:Sec. S.-Goods not to be unlaèen, e\.cept after due entry, amI at tile places appointed for the purpo!!e.-If 
. unladen contrary to re!!ulat;ons-Jo'orleileu. 
1 ':3ec. 10 and 1L.-Vesse ' s, &c. to Le reported on arrÏ\ 31. (;oods not reported or nota!!reei/J!
 with report-Forfeited. 
::;ec. 12.-A II entries t , o lJe hlade 3ccI,r,!i ug to an appoinled torhl, aud Ùl Dlwlica,e; and unless t;le goods are to 
be 11 arelwusell, duties to be , 
;d down at tll(' time of nJóJhing the entr
. 
In det:1Ult of EUlries, Goods hmy Le !'ent to tile Cu
tOlIlS' \Varel1ousc-and if no
 duly entered within 
t'lIee months, may he sold lor duties, &c. 
''')ee. 13.-\\'1Ien the Importer is unaLle to make a perÏect entry, Goods lIlay be entered by Bill of Sight-under 
I certain regulations. 
I
ec. 1I.-A
ellls to produce a \Vritten Authority from persons for whom Cley act, and their acts shall bind the 
pri ncill"l. 
j scc. U.-Goods pay;ng duty ad ralorem, \-a1ue to he taken per Invoice with an addition of 10 per cent. tJ]ereon. 
lftilc Goods ap,Iear to lJe i'1\oiced Lelow their rea: and true value, or ifillere l.Je no invoice, the article> 
llIay Le CAa .Iined and appraise. 
,;':ec. 1û.-Collector may, if he deem it necessóJrv, require further proof that goods are properly entered, &c. 
J:;ec. 1í.-l'ackages, CO,lteltLs Unk7l01C1I, llI.!y Le- opened. 
I 
ec. l
.-Goods not corre,;pondillg with cntry to be forfeited, and suspected packages lIlay be opened. 
:;cc. J!I.-Auatement of dUly may lJe HI,!le tor damage. 
,"'ec. 20.-GoOlls lost or destroyeu berore l.Uldi.lg, dUly paitl thereon may be returned. 
I:::ec. 21.-Goods imporlelo Free for any particul<!r TlllrlJOSe, and afterwaros sold-become liable to duty. 
l:3ec. 
t.-Allowance for Tare, &c." to iJe 3ccording to Reg.Jlation;; to be mmle Ly Govemor in Council-when 
real Tare, &c., is not known. t 
::::ec. 
1.-GoOlb may bt' en erc,. for 'Ex')ortõltion, or to be "Tarehouscd, w1t:JOut payment of :my ,:'ay vn the 
I tin't entry t;lercof, under certain re!:!l'lat:on,;. 
But all Goo(ls so entered II1Ust be cleareu ex ""arc,lOuse within tlCO years from !lat!' of first entry, unle_s 
the time is furt'1er e\tended. 
5ec. 
.-Al1 Goods entered ex "Tarehouse s;lall be liable to tile duties in force at the time they arc taken out. 
IIII:JCt'lal .'-ets. 
The Regulation of the" 'Trade of the nritbh l'os
essjùl's 
'broad" by t1]e Imnerial Ac 18 & 9 Vi:::toria, 
cap. \M, is slill in ;orce, t:JeIJulics OIl/if illlno,..etl hy that Law l'avjlJ
: j,c('n rl','eóJll'd. Therc[or(', t'le" Prol'iLJition!' 
3nd Re,;trict;olls." the" Limitation of J'rivile
es to Foreign :-:l1ip"," tile" Fonciture of GOOI.>' imported contrary 
thereto," .!nd it-. l'rovisions generally re
ulatilJg the Entry and Clearance of 
ilil's aud Goods,-thc p.-('paring 
.lUd issuing of Ltearances alltl docul1Jent!> connecteu t;:ecewith, and all other requireme,ltl> estal.Jlil>heJ by that 
Law, remain unaltered. 
'l'HE rOLLo\VIXG ARE PROHIBITED: 
Gunpowder, Ammunition, 
 rrohihitei1 to he importcd, eAcept from the United Kingdom, or from some other 
Arms or utensils of \Var, S Briti
h 1'os"es5;011. 
nase or Counterlcit ,'oin. 
Forei!;n reprints of ßoob.s un"er f'opyri
ht,* 
Foreign '\Ianufactllr('
, with Briti,,;. marks. 
I Under tne Law and Treaties of Rec"urocity, rertain roreign 
hip<; may Impopt from the Countril'_ to which 
they belon!!, (ano in some cõlses from tile ('olOilies of snch Couptric
,) (;oods tile l'rouuce of IDose Cou1,trit:'> or 
Colo,lies, and lllay Export Gooos to be carried to any I.'oreign Country whate\-er. 




""'''V''V''VV'V'w
 


NOVA SCOTIA TARIFF OF CUSTOJ\IS. 






..........

 


THE DUTIES ARE COLLECTED I:'i' STERLDIG MONIES. 
î, S. D. î, S. D. 
Anchors, Grapnels, aTld 
_I\nchor Palms, for every 
î,ilIU of the \-alue. . .. 2 1!) 0 
Apples, fresh or dried, per 
1 barrel............ 
nacon, rer cwt. . . ... . . 
ßeef, s.ited, per c\\'t. . . . 
I " fres:" per cwt. .. . . 
' Biscuit, tine, called crack- 
ers or cakes<, IJer cwt... 
Butter, per C\\!. . . .. . . 
C.
NDLES : \Va\, 
pcrma- 



i'lb
r. . 

I:l:

i
i
I
. 0 0 3 
'l'alIow, per lb. . . .... 0 0 
CATTI.E, Yiz: I1or
es, 
j\Iares, or Geldings, 
cae h . . . . . . . .. ., 2 0 0 
r\ eat Cattle, \"iL: 0"1'11, 
or other X eat Cattle, 
three years old, or ul>- 
wards, each.. . . . ., J 10 
Cows and ('auk, under 
three years old. . ., 0 10 


î, s. II. 


CaNes of Hemp, or other) 
Bheep, each. . . . . . .. 0 3 0 ve
..taùle t;uù
tance' l 
lIo,!s, 0\ er IUO Ibs. or of J ron, 
weight, ('ach. . ... . . 0 0 COPPER, viz: In plates, 
o 1\ (J Hogs of 1L'IIILJs. wej
ht, sheets, bars or bolts, I 
o \) 0 aUlI under, eacll 0 2 0 ibr :5hipbuilding, 
o 6 0 Che('sc, per cwt. . . .. .. 0 5 0 \\rrou!!ht or Cast for 
o ã 0 ,Chocolate, or Cecoa Paste, ;U.lchinerr, pure or 
 
\ per 11.>. . . ., . . . .. .. 0 0 witllOutolher metal., 
o 3 4 Cotn
e, (;r
e:l, per lb.. .. 0 (J Copper Ca
tings of 
o 8 0 .. Roa,;t
d, I;urned, e\-ery description, 
or GrounJ, per Ib 0 0 2 for Machinery for 
CLOCKS: on all ('locks "(illsor
tea\llboats, 
co
ting 1I1ll1er 2Us. .. 0 I) 0 ('opper aud ('ompo- 
On all ("lhers . . . .. ., 0 lU 0 sition. N óJils and 
All \Vheel
, \Iachinery, 
!'ihes, for Shil'- 
8n,I .:II..terials for llIa- buildill1!, 
lIufacturingClocks,for Cor(hge, tarred or un- 
e\-erv î,WU of the tarn'd, and whether I 
\aluë. . . ......... 20 0 0 filted for Rigging or 
Ci
ar!< and 
nnft: ('m r,mls otherwise, lor every 
o and Fi!!l', for e\'ery ..L 100 1:100 of the value.. . . ) 
I \alue.-............ 1U 0 0 Hams, smoked or dried. 
o per cwt. . . .. . . . . . . 


21U 0 


o !) 0 


-;-;:rhe Provincial Act, passe<l in July, 1?-lï, to t'\:ten!l the Provindal Copyricllt Act to persons resident in till 
Unite,\ Kilwrlom, on cer:aill conditions, awaits the assent of the Uuecn ill Council. \Vhen sO assented to, thl' 
Imperial Coílyri!!ht Law will be 110 lon
er applicable to Canada. 



4Ð ; 
;/; s. D. 


1 . 
I 
... SCOT
A 2: ARIFF.] 
COBlE & 
;/; s. D. / 
jllar and Straw, for every <) 
I [R


U

 :heI
al


s' 'o'r _0 0 0 
I holt",. . . . . . . . . .. 2 10 0 
, ('astmgs for 
Iill s or 1 
SIParn Engines,and I 
I caE<t or wrought I 2 10 0 
I Pipes and Tubes, r 
f:heet Iron, for every J 
;/;100 of the value.. 
I Lard, per c\\ 1. . . .. . .. 0 8 0 
LEATII<:n: 
ole Lpather, 
indurlin!! lIides and 
I :'ikins partially dre
s- 
ell therefor, per lb. .. 0 0 1 
Upppr Leath
r of all 
sort
, inclucting Ihell's 
aad f:kins, partially 
dre;:sed therefor,per Ib 0 0 
 
Hoots, 
hoes, alld 1,(':1.- 
I ther rn lIIufhctures of 
all sort", for e\'erv 
.fIOO of the nlue. .: 11 0 0 
:\lPat, Fresh, Poultry of 
I all sort
, dearl. for e\'cry 
LWU of the value, . . . 10 0 0 
\Iola!'sps, per gallon. . .. 0 () " 
f)1
ion", per c\Vt. . . . . . _ 0 2 6 
l oakum. l'ilch, Sail Cloth 
. ,III kin.ls, C:wvas in- 
1II'Ic.l. Tar, tor every 
';'In of tIll' value" . " 2 10 
1'" ,.fn'sh orùried. pI': bl. () .\ 
Po'...., salted. per c\\'
, . .. () Ij 
.. fre
h. p('r c\\ t. . .. 0 4 
Raisins, in oo,es, per lb.. 0 0 
u in othcr pa....ka:;cs, 
pPr lb...".. 0 0 O! 

P.RITS, VIZ: Br-ndv,Gin, 
RUllI, or r o 'lCr 
pirit- 
UOllS Liquors, which 


TIALFOUr.:S CA
ADIAN AL
1ANAC. 


L s. D. 


bv anv way or method Gunpowder,Hyson,Young 
,\tlat
oevèr shall be Hyson. Twankay, and 
manufactured. com- other l>reell Tea", per Ib 0 0 3 
pounded or eHracted, Tohacco, manufhctured, 
distille,1 or made with- I (except Snlltl' & Cigars) 
in this Province, not I per Ib . . . . . . . ... .. 0 0 1
 
cA.ceediug the stren!!th I Tongues of Cattle, dric:1 I 
of proof hy Sykps' or pickled, per cwt. .. 0 
J 0 
Hydrometer, and sO ill \YI'lES. viz: Hocl<, ('011- 
proportion for any I stantia, 'Iallllsey, '1'0- 
greater strength than kay, Champagne. Bur- 
the !itrength of proof, f,':uudy, Hermitage, 
per gallon" . . . . . " 0 1 1 Claret, called Lafitte, 
ßranrJy, \Yhiskey, (;in, Latour, Layfa\ette, 
Cordials, and olher JHargealn: or H;!lIt- 
f:pirits (e"{cppt Runl) brian, the gallon.. . 0 0 3 0 
11<lJ: exceeding the 1\I;uIPira and Port, per 

ll'en
th of !Jroof by gallon.. . . ., . . . .. 0 '2 6 
f:yke,,' Hydrol1l P ter, & f:1]prry \Vine, of which 
so in prOl'ortiOlI for the first cost is .f:!U per 
any grc;,ter stren
th pipe or upwards. per 
of proot
 per gallon.. 0 
 8 gallon . . . .". . . . .. 0 '2 6 I 
Rum, not e"{ceedi'lg rhl' ûther Claret \Vi ne!'. Ua r- 
stren::th of proof l'y !'ac, 
autprne. \"in de 
Sykes' Hydrome er, Grave, :\To
elle. and 
I and so in propor1ion other French \\'ines, 
for any greatPr stn ngl I and Li
hon and Ger- 
than the strength ur man \Vines, ppr gal. 0 ] 3 I 
proof, per gallon. . .. 0 6 All other Rherr}' \Vines, 
Shruh or 
antee. per gal. 0 1 4 1 Teneri!fp. Marsala.::5I- 
Su"ar, refinerl, per cwt .. 0 11 0 cihan. \talaga, Fayal, 
" Cru
hp<l allli n;:>
- and all olher \Vines, 
tard Facings, !Jer ppr g:;lIon . . . ... .. 0 1 3 
cwt . . . . , . .. 0 lU 0 I \11 other l;ood!'. \Vares. 
Brown or :\Tus('o- amI Merchandize, not 
var:o, not refined otlLPr\\ 1St:' charged with 
Pl'r c\\ t.. . . . .. 0 i 0 I HUH', and not ennrner- 
TE
, \ iz: 
o
lchon
. ('011- ated in the Tahle ofE",. 
go. Pekoe. Bohea, 1'011- I clllpüons.forevery.f1UO 
chong, & all Ot:ler IIIack . of the value. . ... . ., ;) 0 0 I 
1'e.l
, per lb. . . . . . .. 0 0 14 I 
Ta"lo 01 :C.-.mptio"''' I 
1.'\8hes, viz: Pot Ashes and Pearl Ashes; Asses and I long as t'le same are bona fide in use for that l 
I Mules. purpose. 
ha,,!!a
e "nd Appnrpl of Passengprs not int('nded for Tron, viz: Pnwrought or Pig Iron; Ores of Tron of all 
s,lle: Hanlla and 
orla .\..h; Beans; 13iscuit or kmds; Tron Rails tor Railroads, Boilers, ('Iatcs, alld 
I firead; Hooks not prohihited to be imporlPrl into the 1'Icugh Moulds. 
, 
't
:


. Kingdom; Bullion, Gold or ::5ilver; Burr Lentil..; 
ime and Lime Stone; Lines for the Fisheries 
of all klllds. 
Coal; Cocoa; Coin-Gold and Silver Coins. and ßriti::h _ 
Copper Coins; Copp
r, ,'iL;: Copper Ore, or in Pigs :\Ianures of all kmd8; )Japs and Charts. 
or Hricks ; old or woru. or fit oulv to be re-manufac- 
éts: Fishin
 Nets and Seines of all kinJs. 
I lUred; Cork wood ; ('om. viL;: \Vheat, Rv(', In':;an , 
! ('om. Darlt'y, O,Jt
. Rir(', allll ßurkwheat, un
round; Ores of all kmrls. I 
"

heat Flour, Barle\" l\
c:l.l, R
e Meal, O,lt Meal, Tn- JPaintin!!s: Palm Oil ; Plants, RhruÞs and Trees; Plate" 
l 'I!,m :Meal, Buckwhc.lt 
Ical, Peas, Dean." nnd I of Gold and Silver, old and fit only to be re-manufac- I 
Calavancf's. tured; l'otatQes. 
['i",'!. vi;;.' Fr
sh, 
al
erl.1?ri
dl)r Pickl,erl: Fi"h Hooks; !Rag!" ,'iL: Old Raos old Rope Junk and old Fishinol 
f ,,,,h 0.1. v,z: Tram 0,1. I"pprrnacetl 011. He:HI mar- I J\l'ts' Ro in "" 01 
t.'r anrl Blubhpr. Fins aurl Skins, the pWI!uce of Fish I ,'" I 
I I or creat'I""S livin!! in t'lf' !'pa: Fla"{; l"urnimre that !Sails or Rigging. saved from vesspls wrecked on the' 
has actually been in U!,p. "-orkin!t Tools and Imple- coast of thIs Province; Salt; ::5eeds of all hin.ls;1 
I IIIpnt", thp property of I 111111 i!!ralJ IS or ;Jpr>:ou!l comilJo' Skim:. Fur;;, I'elt.3, or Tails. undressed; Stone, un- J 
! tu rp"'itll' in this Provincc. and not inteuded for sale." I IIl:JuuÎacturpd; 
ugar orthe .Maple. 
I Hemp; Hide;;, ot' pipces of lIidp!!, raw, not t
nnf'rl, cur- 'Tallow: Twinp!l and Lines used in the Fisht"rie'l : '1'0-' 
ripl! or dre
spd: lIorns: "or
es and Carriage" of I hflcco. uumanufactured; Tow; Turp
nulJP ; v\'"h,!ll' 
, Travpl1ers, and Hor!ie", Cattle: Carriagcs allli othl'r Fin or Hone; ''\Tood, viz: Hoarrls, Plauks, Staves, 
Yphicle
, 
vhen cmp1oyp1 in carr
in;( 'Ierrhanrli.re,: Square Timber, ::5hillgles. and Firewood. I 
tngcther \, Ith the ncc essary Harness and Tackle, so 


il 
O
 


NE1'- BRUNS'VICK TARIFF OF CUSTOMS. 


T
,f' .\i'! impo"ing th(' followin!! Tariff was passerl hy the Lp!!i"lafUre of Nl'w Druuswirk. :J!lth l\fnrch, 184
.' 
\ Ih
t'ri1llinatilJ:! or diltèrential ,IUfy is imposed 011 l"orf'i!m comll1oditics, iu f:n'or oflho
e which are ofnriti
h 
lilt! Colonial pro.lucp. I!rowth, or mallufacturp. The power of the Colonial Le
i!'lalurps to imp08c ditlèrel1tial, 
i!utiE';'. i
 thns rcro
nbpll :mrl estaùlisheJ. Th
 Act callie in forr.e on l!'t April. 1:-18, and ill llinited to one )ca I 
ICrnlllla111l1!' llit April, It'l9 :- 


}) 



50 


SCOBIE & :BALFOUR'S CANADIAN AL
IANAC. 


C?n Hri-IOn 1-'0- 
t
sh a.ndl reign 
l olomal produce. 
produce, I growth 
growth or IDllnil- 
or manu- I " 
facture. .acture, 
.c 8. d. .c s. d. 
:.\pples, per bushel. . . . . . . .. . . . II 0 6 U 0 6 
Hutter, per cwt. . . ..... . . . . . . . t1 <1 6 0 {} 0 
Bread and Hi!Scuit, per cent. ad val. ..1 0 0 10 U 0 
Hrandy-see Spirits. 
ßoots,t3hoes, ane! other Leather )Ianu 
factures, pl'f cent. ad val. . . . . . . 0 0 30 0 0 
CarrJage
, \Vaggon!i, Sleighs, allli 
other Vehicles, percent. all val... I 0 0 JO 0 0 
Chairs, and prepared parts of or lor 
Chmrs i Cloch; \Vheeli!, Machiner} 
aud M,uerials for Clocks; House- 
hold }'urniture, [except the l'ropert} 
of Passengers and Emigrants, for 
their own use and not intended for 
sale}; Looking Glasses; Orange
 
and Lemons; Whale Oil, [eKCept 
the return Cargoes of Vessels ÍJtte.i 
out for Fishing Voya!;es from Port
 
in this Province] i Wooden "Vare
 
of all kinds; Matches; Corn Broom
 
and llrushes; Hats and Hat ßodie!>, 
I
r cent. tuf val. . . .., . ., . . . . ..1 0 0 20 0 0 
Cordagp, per cent. ad val. . ... . .... Free. 10 U 0 
Cordials-see Spiriti. 
('igats-see 
nutf. 
CanrU<,s of all kind!', e:a.cept Spetll. 
I and Wax, pl'rlb.............. 0 U IOU 1.', 
&llerm and \Vax, per lb.. ....... t) 0 3 0 V .( 
lenttle of aU kinds over L }ear old. .. I 0 0 2 0 0 
iCheel>C, per cwt. . . . . ., . . . . .. . . 0 3 I) jO 6 0 
IClocks or Clock Cases of all kinds, ea. 0 5 0 \ 0 1" U 
IClocl
 Wheels, and )Iaterials, &.c.- 
: flee Chairs. 
,Cotfee.pcrlh..................J 0 1 1 ,0 0 I
 
''"'ish of }'orelgn ta"ingor curing, driel, 
I or Ralted, per C1'Vt. . . . . . . . . . . .. I'ree. 0 
 6 
I l'l.ckle
, pcr barrel. . . . . . . . . . .. Fr.;e. I 0 
 . ) 0 
Jl'rult, dtled, per cwt. . . . . . . . . , . . 0 ;) U IV (j 
,






,;


 


fi

. the Schedule. I 
:Hat8 and Hat bodies-8ee Chairs. I 
'llorses, Mares and Geldings, each... 2 0 0 3 0 0 
Leather. I 
Sol
,perlb..................) 0 I
O 0 2.' 
Upper Leather, per lb. . ... . .. . . I) 0 Ii:1) 0 3.' 
Harne8s and Belt Leather, per lb.. U 0 1 1 0 0 21. 
:'!heep Skins, tanned and dressed, 
per dozen. . ... . " .. . . . . . . . . I) 2 6 0 8 U 
CalfSkinR, tanned, per dozen..... 0 2 6 0 3 () 


ARTICLEIJ. 


[N,BRUNS.TJ\RIFF. 
On llr
. 
tish and On ,F 0- 
Colonial reign 
produce produce, 
g rowth' growth 
or mllnu- 
'




,- facture, 


ARTICLES. 


.c 8. d. L s. d. 
JAeather Manufactures-see 
hoes. 
Looking Glasses-see Chairs. 
Lemons-see Chairs. 
Lemon Syrup-sl'e 8piriti'. 
;\latches-lDee Chairs. 
:\Ialt Liquors of every description,- 
not being UlJ'Ua liita, otherwiH 
charged with duty,-whether il. 
bottles or9otherwiH
, per gallon. . . 0 0 
Yleats, fresh, per cwt. . . . . . . . .. . . II 4 
8alted and cured, p
r C\\ t.. . . . . . U 2 
Molasses and Treacle, per gallon. . . 0 0 
Orauges-8ee Chai rs. 
Oil, Wh<lle-see Chairs. 
Piano Fortes, per ct;nt. ad ."al.... . . 10 0 
Rum-see Spirits. 
Shoes-see Uoots. 
Slei
hs-see Carriages. 
:-1nutf and Cigars, per cent. uti t'al.. . 10 0 
:5pirits and Cordials, viz. :- 
Urandy, per !!allon. . . . . . . . . . . . U 3 
n 11111 and other :::pirit'i and ('ordial
 
For every gallon of such Rllm or 
other Fpirils or Conlmls of an} 
i'trength, nllder Hnd not exceedill
 
the strength of proof of 2û by the 
Bubble. . .., . ..' . . . . . . . . . . . 0 
And for e\'cry Bu"bJe below 21 
in number, an additional, per gal 0 0 
Lemon S} rllp, per gallon. . . . . . .!) 1 
Sugar, Refilled, in Loa\es, per lb... 0 0 
Hcliue,I, Crushed, per CWI. . .., . . 0 j 
Of all kind
, except Hctìned ;1IIe' 
Crw,hed, per C\\ t. . . . . . . ., . . 0 2 
Tea, per lb. . . '" . . '" . . . . . . ,0 V 
Tobacco, manufactured. e'(cept 8nufi 
aud Cigars, per Ih. . . ... . . ., . . 0 0 
Treac!e-see Mola

f's. 
V elucles-see Carria
es. 
\Yines, per gallon. . . '" . . . . . . . 0 3 
\Vheat 110llr, per barrel. . . . " . . . 0 1 
"Vag-gons-see Carria:::es. 
\Vooden \Vares-!'L'C Chairs. 
.\11 other Goods, \Vare8 aud Merchan- 
diæ, not otherwise chat!!erl \\ ill, 
Duty. and not hereafter dèclarpd tf 
he free of Duty, for every hundrer 
pounds of Ù\e true and real valuf 
tl'l'reof. . . ... . . ... . . . . . .. . '. & 0 0 1.5 0 0 


3 0 0 6 
2 0 ti 3 
6 I) 5 II 
1 0 0 3 
0 200 
0 :!O 0 U 
0 o 3 0 
: I: : 3 

 
o I) 1 II 
1 II 0 .) 
U r 10 0 
Ii 0 6 U 
2 (I 0 2 
0 0 
0 0 3 0 
0 I) 2 0 


I Table of E"<mpUo.... 

Anchors; Ashes. ILine
 an
 Twines for the rïsheries; Looking Glas, 
'B3. 'glgc and Apparel not intended for sale: Barilla:; 1 JaIl's. , _ 
I e 13eans and l'eas; Books, printed; Burr Stonee. , ;\:ranures 0: 
Illtlnds; J!II! 
aws; Morocco Skins. 
, ' i\ ots and f':ellles. 
Cfinvas! Ca
[Jages of travellers,n?
 tIItenderl,
o
 sa
e: Oakum; Oil, Blubber, Fins, and Skins, the prorluce 01 

hal
 Ca
Il'9 an? ot
le
 Ch.\
ns for 8h,1,19 .u:sc: çreatures livin
, in the !:'ea, Ihe return of \-t'"st'1> 
'-;oal r
r., Co?l
, COlliS. 
\ulhon and, nl3
If).
ds : mll',l out in this Province for Fishin
 Yoya
f's: 
Co1l1110SI
lOn Nalls and Splb.es for Sblp HUJldmg, Oil-Seal. Cod, l'orpoise, Palm, and Rape: Ore 
Corn, \\ beat, Rye, Inrhall Corn. Harley, O:Jt!', of all kllld... . 
Rice gr<)un
 and un
round
 an
l Buck \Vhe:J1 Pitch; Plants. 
hruts, and Trees; Poultry of all kinds- 
un
rou.nd, U
rley l\
eal, R
,e r:1our and !HeaJ. Printin!! Paper. 
O,ltmea\, Imhan Meal, Huck \\ heat !\leal, am q.uicbilver. 
Calava
ces; Cotton \Vool and. CoW:m 
V
rp: Ra!!s, Old Rope, and Jun\..; Rock Rail; Ro!'in. 
<'opper 111 
heets, bars and boltll, for shll,bulldtllg: Sail Cloth of all kinds; 
alt: :::eerls of all kinr's; Fai!. 
Corn BrOOl,1 Brush. an.1 Rigl:ing saved (rom Vessels wrecked: 
healill 
,nOL: 
)tones; Huck; lire \Vootf. j'aper: 
"i(ls. Ship Tacklf', and ApPòlr{'\; :-'J...inl>, 
I:gg." ('UN:, l'CII
, or Tails, uIldres
"rI: :"oa:> Grease: 
t'e:t, J"ishinJ! Craft Utensil!', In<;tmments. and Bait: :4lJil(
s and Sheatin!! Nail
: 
team Enginp!-O. Hoilt'r. 
l<'ruitl!; l.'re:ih Roots and Yegetahles of all kinds. anti ;\Iachil"'TY for Mill!>: l:ötone. nllnlanufhcturec!, 
('1Icel.t Apples, Orangps. and Lemons: FI:rniture, Tallow; TIlt: Tin in 
11f'els lIlul Blochs; Tobacco. 
\Vorkin:! Tools, anrl Implement:i, the property 0 ulllllannfÌlctured; Turpentiue. 
F.llIirirants, not intende.1 for sale. Varni"h of all hiuds. 
I(:Yll8um, ground and unzrounJ. 1 \\"001' and Lumher of all kinrl.., pJ[Cf'pt ('e,Inr, Spruce 
.!lC!!lp
 t'lax and Tow; Hide:;, green anrI. salu>.I. !'ine, and Hemlock :5hinglcs; \Vool. Zinc. 
llron. In bolt"" haTl>, plates. sheet... anrl Pig fron. 



SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CANADIAN ALMANAC. 


51 


DIVISIONS OF THE PROVINCE OF CANADA. 


The Province of Canat1a formerly consistrd of two Provinces. \Ithough these arc no<v united, there are 
till, in many re"pecto;,liistinct division
, unintained in a great degree hy the dissimil:uity ia the I.IWS, customs 
l and lIlanners prevailing in the r.:spcctive se
tions, which tormerly constituted Lower and UVper (]anada, and 
which are now commonly called Eastern ami \Vcstern CanaJa. The form of Government is popular, heing an 
imitation of that enjo}ed in the United Kingdom. The Cunstitntion is emhorlied in an Act of the Imperial 
Parliament. The L.:xecutive po\\er is wiellie,1 by the GOI'eTHOr Gcn('ral. who is :lppointe!1 by the C
own, ami i 
,assisted in his administration of a1l'.lir:ii lJy an Executive ('olll\cil, the lIlemhers of which are appomted by Ùle 
I 
overnor, :l:nd the tenure of their offices depends upon their receiv!ng th
 supportof the Provincial Parliament, 
111 the samz manner as the tenure of office, by the Irnpenal CalJlnet, IS dependent upon the support of th!" 
I lmperiall'arliament. The Governor and Executive Council thus hold a position within the Province similar 
.to t:tat which i
 held by the (lueen and (Jer M:ljestv's Cahillet :\Iinisters in I<:ngland. The JßplIlbers of the 
u,:"ecutive Councillilust hold seat
 in eiÙler brdnch of the I'rovincial Parliament. The Provincial House cor- 
Irespandin!; with the House of Lord", is called the Leghlative Council, the members of: which ar
 1>
lIlmonerJ 
, 'h Y the Uueen, .III,} halLl their scats for life. l\Illess forfeited by resi
nation o
 abse
ce without per
lsslOn. of the 
l1l1een or Govetnor, for two succt'ssive ses"ions, or by acknowle.lgment ot al1pglance to any foreign Prmce or 
'Power, or lJy becomill!t Uaukrupt or taking the benelÌt of any Insolvent law, or hecoming a pnblie d!"f.'1uller, or 
!by hein!( attaintell of Treason, or convictel( of FelollY or of any infamons crimp. The Provincial Hon
e cor- 
Ire:;pondin" with the 1I0use of COlli mons, is c'll1
d th,' Lt'!jislali\'e Assembly, and consist'<of!-'!-l members, elected 
Iby the people, one-half of whom are chosen in the Cou:ltips. f'itif'S and Towns enjoyin!( electoral privile
s in 
I,ower ('anada. anù the other half in the Count
f,$, l'ities and. Towns enjoyin!; electoral privileges in Upper 
Camilla. In ('ounties a torty shillin!; sterling freehold confers a vote, and in Cities and Towns the payment 
f a yearly rent of L IU sterlin:,:. The forms of procedure in the Provinciall'arliament are identical with those 
f the Imperial Parliam
nt. Bil1s passed by boL'} Houses of the Provinci'jl Parliament mnstreccive the Qucen'ti 
assent hetore they 
l'fJuirc the force of law, and this the Governor is authorized to graut in Her MajeslY's name. 
<..Ir to reserve the Bil1s for the signification of the Queen's pleasure thereon. 


Upper or ',,"estern Canad3, 
. Is dlvl,led into Di3tricts anri Counties. The several Districts comprise the limits of the respective Shrieval- 

ies, within which COuris of Assi.æ an,1 Nisi I'ri!ls, Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol Delivery arc beld, 
I l,y the Judgps of the (]ollrt of Q.1I
en's Bench on Circuit; anù Conrts of Quarter Sessions are also held within 
the like limiL", b} the Justices of the Peace, appointed for the I>e\'cral Di
tricts; !Jesides which, there ale Dis:ricf 
ICourts tor Civil hU;;illess, Ilossessing limited jurisdiction, 
urrogatt', GlInkrupt and Insolvent Dehtors' ('ourts, all(' 
IDivision Courts lor the recovery of8111all lIe!>t". The Courts (with the e'\:ception of the Divi"ion Courts) and 
fthe meetiu!::" of the DiFtrict 
funicip,1I Councils aft('rwards noticed, are held ili the several District Towns. Tht' 
,Division Court'! dre hpld at some place named h\' the Di::<tri!:t Jwke. within the limits ofeacb Division. 'l'hp 
'CoUrt of Queen's llene:I, Conrt of Chanc('ry, Court of Al'pl'al, Court of I'robate, atHl the Heir and Devisee ('om- 
Imission, sit at Toronto. The Judges of the CO:lrt of Uu('en's Denell arl', t!le Chief Justice of Upper Canada. 
1. 111 1 four Pui
ne Jud.!C;:. The \ïce Chancdlor presil!es in the Court of Chancery. '1'1;c laws ami jnrioical 
:forlHs of prucc lart', Civil and Criminal, arc in gencral the same as in r.n;.(land. Each Di>trict is incorporate!' 
linto a :\funicipality, for the furtherance of local impro\'erl\l'nts. The District Council of eaeh is composed of 
,('ouncillors chosen by the people, in their respective Town"hips. The l'ouncils hold two sessions each year, 
tin their respective lJj"tricls, and they In:}}' assemble oftelll'r if lIecesl>ary. Each Council is pn';:idcII over !ly :; 
hVarden, chosen bv the Council from among its Inemhers ; anù they also appoint the District 'l'real>UTCr, Clerk, 
I surveyor, School Superintent1ent, &r. The Councils possess limite') power" of Taxation, for effecting ncces- 
"ary improvem!"nts within their several Districts; and they are further empowered to levy taxes, at their 
!/Iiscre'ion, for Commou 
chool purposes. The Incorporated Cities and Towns manage their own affairs, 
lirrespectÏ\'e of the District Councils. 

 The sl'vera\ Counties indieate the political di'.risions, for 
arliamentary representation, and the limits within 
r hiCh Records arc kept, for the registration of Titles to property,-there being a Registra r for each County. 
Limim of Di!iitricts and Counties in Upper Canada. 
fly tht' ActPth Vir, Cap. 7, the spveral Districts inl[Jhodcl, Belmont, Burleigh, Bexley, Dummer. DOllTo, 
It;pper (]ana,!n, for Judicial, :\funicipal, and olher pur+
nnismorc, F.mily. Eldon, Fenelon, Hnrvey, Methuen, 
1 1'0;:('s, are decllrcd rcspectivf'\y to include and consist :U.lriposa, Otonahel', Ops, Smith, Somerville, Verulam, 
of the Counties an,l Rirlio;!s followilìg; ami these and Korth l\'Ion:>glJan. District Town, Peterborout::h. 
I('ounties anti Riding:ò are also severally delined in the ::5ends one member to the Legislative Assembly. Regil!- 
:same Act, a
 under.. . trar of County--Charles Rubidge, Peterborougll. 

 HATHe!t
T UIST
IC: C??1pnses the Co
ntles ofI.anark DALJIOUSIF. DISTRICT comprises the County of Carle- 
nd Renlrew.. Ð,:tnct 1 own, Perth. "ends one mem- ton, which is con'lposed of the Townships of Fitzroy, 
b
r to 
he 
p!w"latJ,:e l\;:;:ernhl
. I.a
ark C, 01I1t11 1 con- (;ollihourn, North Gower. Glollce:<ler, !luntlev, March, 
'1I!t!l 01 th
 10W!lslllfS or nath
lT!'t, ne,ck\\'lth, D
IlIll- I "'fnrlborough, Nepean, Os:,:oode ami Torhoiton, and, 
mond, DdlholJsle, .)arlll1!l, N ortll Llml-ley, North,
:\cept for the purpos!'s of reprel-entation in the Lc!:isla- 
>> 
ur;
e
s, Lev.dnt. I
allark, ì\fonta,
Il
, Ram
,I
, Northlrive Assemhly, the TowlI of Uyto\\'lI. District Town, 
herbrookp
 
Oilt
 Sherhr(

k('. I'
'!::lst
ar of} O,Ullty-, \-:\'Iown. The f'ounty of Carleton, and the Town of 
"'Ie
, 
1
:\lIIl
II1, I crth. ]",nfrcw (;U7lnt!l com;Jsts of till' I B
 town send pach a member to the I.egi
lative Assem- 
0\\ lI>>hlllS of Adnn
to!1, I\lJlhpfiel<<l, nagat, Bromlev, hlv. Re!!istrar of Coullty-G. '1'. ßurb.e, By town. 
t
lorton, Mal' Nab, Packenham, Pemhroke, Ross, ::,;raf-I ", " - . . . _ 
Jlurd, anò \Vl'strnpath. Registrar of countY-JameS I E'\
 I'FRN DlsTRrrT con.pnses t
e C;Olllltlt'S of Stor 
'Morris senior, !\J.lcNah. mOllt, Ðunrlas, and Glen!!ar
. Ihstnct Town. 
orn- 
[ '. wall. StoTm071t Count'/ cons ISIS of the Townships of 
ß.ROf'K D:-'I'RI(;T C
!OIXl"'
8 th
 Co
r1ty of Oxf
TlI.. C'ornwall, Jo'inch, Osnabruck, Ro...:horough, and, pXl'l'pt 
. 
hl
h pmhrac:'s t'll':. OWIlS,'lipS or Blanl,for,l
 ßlellh
"n',lor thp pnrposf's of reprl'sentntion in t"e Lt'!'il'lative 
. . ,
,'!r,.ord,.
(;r!'lI.llIl.:NIS..o
IrJ, 
orth.
hfr
rd,I',a
tO'\:,
rol' I A

emhIV, the Town of f'ornwall. The County 01 
\ e"t Ox!o,rd, 
 la\c!.lIId, N on\lc h, E,ast 
orra, and \\ ('sr "':turlllont :1I1d the Town (If ('OTllwall sP1Il1 each ,I 11I('m- 
rl.orra. Distn.,.t ',own, \Vro'l>>tock. 
en,'!' o,n(' mem- I hpr to the LC'ç'islativ!' .\ssemhly. Re!!istrar of ('OlllltV- 
l Jer to the Lp
I
latJ\'p AS!'r>mhly. Registrar of County John McLean, C'ornwall. Dundas Ouunty consists" 0 
James Ingersoll, \VoodslOck. !rhp 'l'oIVnshi\'s of
rollntain, 
latil;1a, \Vinl'hel>ter, and 
COLDORXF. ThsTRKT cOll1pri"es thl' f'ounty of retcr- \ '\YilIiamSlJurf!h. f'ends olle lIIeml'er to the I,egislativ 
orough, which is composed of the Townships of .\s- :\I>semhly. Rp!:il>trar of COllnty-!\. II'I c DOIlt'II, \Yil 



1 5
 
COBlE & B.\LFOUR'S CA
ADIAX AL:\lANAC. 
\ 11311!suurgh. Glengary CU
I;ty cou
ist!; 0." the Town- and, c'\
ept for the purpo
e!' of representation in the 


iP$ of Char:ouelluurgh, I
ellyo:J, Loclllel, an,1 Lau- Lt'2IS!,itl
'e Assemhly, t'le Town of l,(lndon. District 
I '.,;;ter, and tile Inrhan Re"en'ation adjoining tlie sa ie. L'own, London. The County of :\1 iddlesex aud the 
I L'ownships ofC!lariottelllmrgh ,lIId .KCII}OU. :3el/(Js ont' fo\\'n of London se'H! each a member 10 the LenjllJathe 
IIpmber to the Legislative Assr'llIuly. Registrar of ASi>cllluly. Registr,l[ of County-ll. Burwell,l,ondun. 
I CO:Int}-lIo". AleA. Fnser, \VijJi ItJI:"lOwn. lHlDru\ "in DISTRICT comprise!! the Counties of Fron.i 
; GORE DIST:tICT COI1Sibl.>. of the County of \';entworth tenac,l.enox and Addmg\on. DiHrict Town, ('ity 01 1 
I j;, IUt:.\in
 t:1t
 Towusllip", of,,;clle'
a anù Oueida,)[ 
'idt King
toll. The COIHuy of Frontcnac and the Clt}' of 
, \'W!fUI'ü ";k'l1"Ïci, ì .lud tI:e ":uuut) of lIalton. District Kingston SCIHI each one l1lcmhf'r to the Legislath'e As-' 
1'0\\ II, the City oftl,lIlliltolJ. TI:e lucorporatcd Town;. 5embly, and Ihc comhi l!erJ ('Ol'ntif's of LCIJOX and Ad- j 
JI D:JlldaJ and 13ralllfùc.l ,He al
o 
Huatefl ill this Dis- din
ton 
Plld al
o one Illemioer thcreto, cOlljointlv. 
: flCt. If e III wurth C";!ltly iucludL -, tor all pu;po
p
, the Frltllte'l1nc CO/wly cOlIsi
ts 01 the Townshi (ls of HedforrJ. 
i l'ownshil'''' 0" Anc-!>;" '1', ßr,Jlltford, lIwbroobe, Hano'l IUarrie, C!arpndou, II illchil,brooke, .Kin
l
tolJ,.KenIlPbec, 
I ,1::i1HHvrd, PIJOUdaqH, 
altf'eel, ,lllli Tuscarora, alld, I LoughlJorollgh, OI(lcn, ()SO, I'ortlallll, l'iltshur
h, whichl 
I,ùe ,!II Ihlrpu"c" e'\ccpt ;hat of rei're
elltativn in tllelshall includc Howe I"lallrl, l'alllll'rstoll, 
torrington.1 
1'.c
i"idU\C..> ellll!'y, ami tlnlof[
c;,;i"tr
tiou Of
'itle
' l and \\"oll,e Isl.anrl, ami. e.:\ce
t for the purposes of Ie-I 
, ,!n' rO\
 n",lll'" .)f ::-cllcca ami Onci la (nd
 Haldtmanú pre"entatJoll In thc ],eglslau\"e Af'sClIlloly, the Townl 
L'uülll'l, 
V./tlrl1n
 ])idrid,j and, e\ct'pt for the purpeRI of Kin
5tOIl. Registtar of Conul}'-CharleR Stuart.1 
Jf Ie;ire"ellt:.ion in tile Lcdsl,lli\c A.:'semlJlr, thcCil) Kin:;::-Ion. Lt7loX CII7l71tlll"Onsi4s of HIP Township",' 
.)1' 1I.I:niltu:I. '!'he Cùunl
' of \\-e!ltworth a,1I1 the Cit
 of Adolphn;.lown, I'rt'deric:-h"r
h, Frpdcricsburgh :lrl-I 
'Jt'ilanllllou sc"tI e,lcll ù IIIclII!Jf'r 10 the J.egJslatiVl dilJonal and Richmond. Regbtrar of County-Isaac' 
"h"Clllbl}. Re;.:blrar of Coullty-Alpxander :O:tc\\'art, Frasf'r. Mill ('rcek, I:rnesl TIJwn. AI/dinglon CUU1/t
 
d,lllli:ton. lInito, Cou/Jl!! cousbt" 01 ti,c Towuship8úf 
ousbts oft!lc 'l'owu
hips of .\mhcrst bland, Camdeu.! 
I!e\clly, l'que
\IIg, I:..15t FlalllLJorOIl
h, \Ye
t Fl,UII- Erne!-town, Kaladar, 
heflipld and Anglesea. Re!li8- 
orou:,:lI, 
 a"
 
,l\\ e) I. X,elson, anll '
'r , a[
lIb'lr, anrl for i IraI' of County-J..ou.c Fra
er, l\J , iIl Cn'ek, Ernest '1'o\\'n. 
,'111 purvo"ps C\ccpt that VI represl:'lItation In the LCÉu,- - '.,.. " ,_ , . 
I,Iti\'e A>>bemhl\', tll.' rO\\nshil' of I>u.nflie
, [vide ]\iEw(,
sTr..: IhSI,RICI cOlllpn"cs.lhe,
ountlC
ofNor- 
,;rtt
crllJu CUlld y. WellÙtglun fJi51l'irf,j and for the !I!ulllherl,md 
uò Durham.!:) DI>tnct .1 UWlI, Cohuur.
. 
. .mr ose of rl'plI'-entJ.uon iu the J."!!i.!ati \'e As...emhh 11.'e Jn
OII orated Towll ot 1 on 1Ji!l'e 
s abo 
ltu,\tf'd III 
:'II1I
, the '1'ownt-hip of Erin, [vÙLe /VataLaa C,'ulil
/:] !',lJs. 
I".tn,ct. , J\U1't
',II"'bu

lId CUIlII'? r<?I,sls{S C>f th.el 
: .lallon ..I'Il', oue IIII'm her t'J the Ll'gislativc AosemlJly. I own, t
IPS of Ahm Ick, l r,ullah
, JI,lIll1lton, HaldI- 1 
' n 'rar ot 
-uuty-TiiouMS Ract'} Diwda;;;. I!land, Soulh :\Ionagha'l, :\-Iurmy,.l f'rcy and Seymour. 
; r)
' '-'U , :-<elllis Ollt' membcr to till' 1.1':':1,,10111\ c A,,
plIIJ.ly. CountYI 
UO'IE DldTR ''I' comT'rbf's the I'ouut\' of York, and Re!!i
trar-Ilon. Geor!!e :-:. 1I01J1101I, I'ohourg. IJ,trllam 
':11" City of Torollto. 'i'lIf' Couut', i:" di,'idet! illio four romll!, c'Jn.ists of the '10wu-hips 0(' Clarke, Cavan. 
't:i.:ill"S, eac:I rewrn!n' O!
e, lIIem l }f'r to tI
C LegislatiH' j Cartwright, lIarlil1!:tl.JII, Hope, and ;\I;;,n\l"r... ,:-'Plltls 11 
.\,,
clilbly. alld tile ('It) Of 1 oro If to retllflll/I/! t\\'O IIICIII- IIIp[JJlJpr to dJC I J f'l'ISlatl\e Asst'llIbly. Reglo;lrar of 
,'II'[S t!lerelJ. The four P.I Hn
s of York arc Ih.ul1!!uish- l'Ollul)<-George C. \\'arJ, l'ort Hope. 
.,j 
.espect
 \'
If .as ,!:e. :r-.or!
, f:?';I,h, ,Ea!-t and 

'
st l NIA?. II \ })JS1 RIeT cc:.llJpri
t's 
he C
unties of Lincoln 
1\.11ll1
S. D,stflct 'I 0',\ !I, ( IlY,O,1 J otonlo. Rf'glst..r "lnd \\ eiland, <l1ld the l:olllity 01 U 'l1"lIualld. excppt the 
; ,f l'ou!Jty-, "lIIupl Rlflout, 10rOllto. J'lor!It, Y
Irk Townships ofticl1f'ca, OUPirla, Rainh,ulI, allr( 'Valrole 
,'on,i:,ts of t:le Town
hll's of Bro
h, 1\or'h (,;Wllllln- I fl.'ide UUI'r ]'i
/rid, n"d NUlfulI. C:UVllty, Talbol J)is-! 
IIJry, .E-.t G\Ùllimbliry, Georgw.l, i\Ja
a,. Reach, trirt.) Tli
tri
t 1'0\\ II, Nia
ara. The lncorporatrdi 
, .' ,lilia, 
 olt, TllOfa, \. Abrr,l!.!p, and \\ lutrll1ucI",To\\ u of 
ai lit ('atlonriul's i
 al
o I;'ill aled in tl is Dis-I 
,) I"ilL ru,.,
 cOII
isiS of_ th
 Town
hiP
 of Btobicohe'ltri
l. Lill
"ln CU
ll1.tl! consists o! Ule Townships od 
I..\II!! Vau han, ami \01'1(, an,I for t,le purposc!' Of \ I'al
tor ('Imton GalllshOrOlf'T1l (.rallrham Grimsh,.' 
,
t'
 
tr.lli a of Title!! only, t
p ('ity of Toronto. . En,sl I,outll, \ïa:.o:ara: and, e
cept l'èr' the pUfJ os
s of reprp
 
I LI"I'/Õ cou"i"ts of tile 'fowlIshlPS of }larkha/JJ, Plcket- sCII[ , atioli in tlIP Lf'!!islali\e Asst'mbl}, the Town of l 
'ilfg,,,
carb()r
:)Ugh: al"I.'Vhi
by. Wes! 
'ork eonsi
t; ,Of\
ïfl
ara. Lincoln ('ounty alld Ihe, 'l'o
\'n of Nia
ara 
\ Ihe i OWIIS'>lp
 01 AlblOlI, laledon, ChllJ;,!uacou,",y, 10- \ sellrl I'arh a member to the Leglslauve AI;'
(>mbly. 
ro.lto Go;c, and Toronto. Rl'
istrar of COUllty-John I'owell, Niat!ara. WelbmtJ' 
Ih::Rn'i Ills Rõ( T cOUlpri
es the Count}' of Huron; and CU1/nty consh.t
 of th
 Town
hips ot lipnie, ('rowlanò,1 
IhY the Art IIUI \ïc. cap. -ii. all that ponion oft:l(' l'ro-!fIumj,prHOnf'. l'el!wlll, 
Ialllforrt, Thorolll, '\VainflePl,1 
finee Ivin. T IU tho! NorthwJ.rt1 of the ]}is:rict of IIliroll' l lJl1d \\ìillou!:!hby. f'ell.!s a lIJember to the LC
islati\'e l 
"''1,1 hõulltì',I on the North by I.,ikp Huron anll the "'
:-I'mbl
'. ÈegistrarofCotlllt}-Johll PO\\eIl. Nia
ara, 
,';('or
iflll 13,\\', \\ hich is r.o
.illchIlJe.,1 in either of thl' lJl1;ldimo.lUl.. Cuunt!( inclu\les, for all purpOSf'
, the Town- 
, i-trirts Lf \\-clliu!1.tou or ::'llnCO'" IS declared, for all shlp
 c>f Canhurougll, Cayuga, VUIIII, 1\10UI101l, :Ind l 
'1I!q'u 1'" of anrl':onllcrletl with, the AdlIlillistrat
on .ofl":lIerhrn.okc: and for tl;p purpos!:!' of ,replt'
"nta!i
!l in, 
I, I-Ill',' C ,\"il a...1 ('nminal, to furm partuf th
 Distflc/ l lhe Lepslall\'e As
t'mll}', anrl of Rf'i!l
tr."lon of 1ltlt'Sj 
,f IIlIr
lI, The GIl111I1j of llllruncomi"l,. ofth,.1'own- OI
ly, lhc TO
\1I"hips of f'f'IIt:ea, OrJl'!tla, R3:illl
alll "11(1; 
l
hil's of .\shtield, Hirlrhrlph, lIIallchanl, I'L,Jhoruc, \'\ alpoll'. I 'CuÜ 1f'eldlJ:u)"tli Coullly, GorP. JJtslnrf, Ulld l 
Do, nic 1'lIice 
o'ah Easthope, Korth Ea
thole, Ful- LVOr:f"lk (''''1II111, Tnlòllt ]1;sll'Ùt,] lJaUimanrl County 
,/ ,rt-n (;oricnrh. lIill),Prt, Uay, Bullet, Lo!;tlll, Mc- scnds a membertothel.pgi"lati\f'.'hst'lIJbl}. Registrar / 
Kiìlop'. itlcG iIli HfI\', :"tephell.. 
I.anl

', 'l'uc
er
m.ilh, o( County-Agnew 1'. Farrell, Dunllville. 
: '1-,IJOn ,a:"J \
-awano
h. 1
1:;tr
c
.1 ùwn: l,oden
l: (ll'T\\n DlsTRle
 e<?mpri"ps thl" I
tlntics of rr.....1 
::-ell I
 one 1I1cm. er to tole Lq.!,I"I..tn e .\s
eIJlLI). l.e- cott am. RUHS"I\. DI"trlrt Town, L'Orr!:!lIal. l'rc
r/lltf 
.!istrolr of County. Julm l;alt. (;odclich. Cuu."t" con_i...t.. of the- 'J'o\\m:hil's I)f Alfre/I, Caledonia. 
J..I1"i,,'['{.ws DISTRWT comprises th
 ['ountie.. of Leed
 gast H:lwkeshury, "Vesl I1awkeshun, Lonqllellil, anrll 
311,j Gr
Il"llIe" Di
trict'l'own, Brodl\ille. Tht'lncor- Planta!:!l'nel,8eml!' olle lllelJJlJl'rto trlf'LPgi
llJtiVI'.\s
I'm- 1 
p'Jr tI 'T-'\Vllofi>rt'

oa is a'so
itllalerJ,ill thi.sDibtrirr. Jr. Rc
i!'trar of('
Jlrnr\'-(:p
r:f' J). HI'ell. L'!)ri!<rJnl. 
[Je/ '",,,,t'( consists of the 'lowlI!>hllls ot H..
tard. P.u>scll CUI/III1' r(OI1
"
!' of the I o\\nslllJls 01 (latrnrp' l 
B'H!!I'" . "" ort:' Cro"hy, ::';outh Croshy,_ Elrll
lc
', 
'li.'.'I- ('umhprland, 
'nm!)rirJ!!e, :JnrJ R ut'
t'll.. 
Pllds!l IIINII- 
:,pt!1lo\\,n, Kltlp
, Lansdowl1, L
eds. '\: ongl', 
IHI 
t'COIt, I'
r to tilt' I '
!!lslatI\:' A.ssembly. RegIstrar of COllnty-! 
'111'! ..
rept for thl' purprH's 01 rt'pre"ellla11011 In tloe hl'orpr D. heed, L On!.:lIal. 
,(,p!.:I!-I,ltivp At'!'elllhly. thl'TowlI of Bro,:kville, Till PRI1>ICr EII\\' ARD DI"'I meT comprisps the ('ounty of! 
i(' Jltnrv of LPf"ls and thp Tü\\ n of Broci-.,vllIt' 
!'lId {.ach Prinre r:;r
\\'ard. \\ hi
h consi
ls of tllf' To\\-nships 0[1 

. IJIcniher to the Ll'2isl:l1ive .ht'Plllbly. R,e!!i...trar of \thol. .\n1t'lia
hlirgh, HilliN, 1I,llIowl'll, '1ar
8It11n'h.l 
("D,mlV-D.J\'ic1 Jonp.... J:ro
k\'ilie. GI:
lIctllr (''''''I: 1'1111 
otlhi"Shurg:h, ]'i,nirt Town, Pictoll. f'f'nrJs a: 
r,,>n
i
t" of the 'rO\\I1"IIIPS ot .\II
u
ta, ",Iwarùshun::h, 'nl"mtopr 10 the J,P!!i-l.tlivl' At'semlJly. Registrar ofl 

1"nt:1 (;OWN, OXlonl, ,11111 \\Tollur.4, 
Plldjj" nlernhel Connty-John 1'. Rohlm. Picton. I 
'11 thp 1.,,'!i
lativf' \5
elllbly. I{

istr.lr of Counly- 
1
fC('" HI<;TRlc.'I' cnlllpri;.f''< the- ('('llIIty of 
jl/ll:oe' l 
.lo'm Palton, Prescott. which cons:i<;t" of t',l' '\'owm:hipt<of .\c1jala, ArtPIU('"ir.. 
1.0"i1...'1 DI,.rIU.-T eornpriSf's th(' ['oullty ùf :\lirtdle- ColIinz\'cod. 1''"';1."1, nos. ""pst Gwillilllt.ury, lllllisfil, 
,.I'X, \Vh:,:h r('n<;i
t" of the TOWIH'hips of \dl'I<lide. '\Iedoutl', ì\I"trhl'(\;J"I
. . '\TIII,mu r , !\I
,,?, Nglta
a!ir.c!a. 
\ :.lhoro']::;:I" n"yh
rn, ('arr..rloe, lIela1'Vare, norchp
ter. !?spr
:, Oro,. Nort
l Onlila. 
Ol!th ()fll
lII, '. t, "
!ff'nt. 
IhlllWir , h, F.llfrid, Loho, London, ."':lc.alfe,i\lo
a. :\bla-;:-',IIIJIllt!alf'.. fay, ff'fI,IIIIS,...lh; 'I osorontlO, TIII
', l.PhrR
 1 
"lidp. 
Oll1h\Vol.i, \\'p..;lmim;(pr. WJII1
m5, "\ annollth. Sla, allli \
'si'ra. nlstflc_t !own, 
 
e 



SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S C.\NADIAX ALi\1A
AC. 


53: 


Îmember to thc L"gishti\e As
elllb:y, Registrar of \\-aterloo, \\ïlmot, "'oolwirh, and \VeIlL
ley. an,', for' 
I, 'mmty-George Lount, !hrrie. the purpo.,;e of rellresentation in the Le;;i"I,lti\ e J\! 'ern. 
T AI.BOT n.:<TRlf'r comtJrbcs the ("'lInty of Korfolk, bh' only, the TO\\II
hip of DUII
frie
, ,Hili ')r a,lI , 
1r.1 
,which inclu ,es, for all purpo
e", we Towns!lips 01 po:e s e.\-cept th
l
 o
 
el
rc' ;n
a
101l .
n .he L "I:lall\_ 
ICharlottPville,lIoa

ltoll, '\litltlleLO:I, Towll-end, "'ood- \s
cmbl
, t)lI; 10\\.n,,1
1.r o. ,Er
n,ll,lde Hfi I(I
II ,mnl!J. 
'house, \Yilldhalll, \V,llsill!!ham, and Lon!! POlllt, auI! Gore Dlslrtt. 
1
t
ld 10\\11, (,uclph. :-'I'III,S I'll" 
r r 'r<:on's Isl.nd in L3ke .Brle j aII'I lor all purposes IIII'mherl
 t.
I' L
'::H,lal,1\ e ,'\..semilly. RC;I"trar of Co un- : 
< '.cellt that of rppre-<ellt.UIOII in t!le Le"i
l:ui1i(' \s:,em- t}-H. \\.1 eter::;Jn, Gueli .1. . 
ul)', :inti that of RI'
i
tr
,tion of, Title"',
hl' T
wn
hiP' \YF
 f;:RX D;STRI(,T comprise!' thc Cm, ."S I..f F,sl'''' 
of Ramha'u and \\ alp ,
, [l'l e Hili !mml q CoulIl:l, 1 ,- D ' T ,;; j . h ' 1 ' ' I ' 
,\"'- t[ara JJÙlricl.J IIi Iriet 'I'on-n, SlIucoe. :O:l'nl :i;1l' .,-c.nt. _I
trll't own, 
am \VI,C. 1,:1> 0.WII9,(" 
O,lC -memhL: t.J thl' LI' isl:ni\c .\. 'mbl}. Re !istrar 01 
 lIuhvICh, Ch
thatll and ^:mhe:
t"urgh, II
 tlm! Ih!." 
Coulllv-r L. \V,\bh 
 
illlcoe. trlcl, ha
'
 a
 .1lled t,hem",ehrs 01 thp. yro\',-"I,u I5 of 
hr I 
..' , , ,rect 
t .\ctol theLeglslamre,IO&...ll Ylc.c.-1t,confprr1lJ : 1 
. VICTOR,l'l DlsTr
< f C<?'1lpfl
I',- the r unl
ofHa
t-'limitt: I corpurate p()\\ers on Town'! amI \ 11I1I
es ill 
l!l

' winch (")1\ I,;t ot t:I' J own-ll1p'l 01 l;\zenr, I1ppl'r Canada. Lsi'c.c COU11I:' cor
i-ts of tlie To\\ Î 
(.ru:I'ithor
'e, HUll ,I"!V'j, 1,1:1n I 11 I !!; 1:>11 , I,ake, l\Ia
l
or.. . lip"; GÌ .\ndenion, Celehe e 'r, <':0-"1...1 f, 1\lail!r 'JRI 
'\1110'", Ra\\ lon, 1'\ 
. Jilin, Ill1Jrlo\V. and J
en-I"cr"ea lI.1I(I"n }lQchr cr.:' Id 
andwii."h. . , 
lin.1 ,I. VI"lfict 1'<.1 \V II , Belle\ ill ,'III' 0111' m('mher'.nl...11 Ie; to tl1 L
"i
latiH'A
 pmLlv. Rr" rar C 'II 
to the L

i
lati\e .\
 cmhly. Regi:'trarofCoullt
-Gea.'ty_Jal '.'.- .ill, :3anlh\ich. A-,711 r 'c 
l3enjallll!l, Bellev iiiI'. u[ the '
'o\\"n hip", of Bc.alu]ltI't, lJrool<e,l\1I "1 'h:H-1 
\YF.r.T.I'iG fO.., D' ,T
l(,T com;->ri""!! the C'Jltn'" of ,lam, D,1\VII, La
t JI n
r, "'L".t Do er, r ,Ii II .'n,' 
\Vatlldoo, which ,"-h,ts of the '1',,' Î ')11'5 vi :\
thur,: 1I0war,l, Ilarwlch. 
IJore, Orti...n!. PlYIIlr" "j -I, l!!h,1 1 
,A'lIaranth. llehtinck, Dl'rhy. l:r !lu"a, E.::rem'Jnt. ",)lIIne}, 
 'mia, f:omhra, East 'l'ilhur}, \ 1'1 ilhl.ry. 
f
uelph, Glcnel.!, (; rrafra' 1, Ho'l, 1111, Luther, :\lorn- \\ .lr\\ Ich, mill Zonc. f:rnds one mel!ll'('r to the LP'lb-' 
''l''ton, 
Iinto. \Jar}' rou;h, \lelanl'l'lon, KOrtllan},r,'llti\c \,>cIllLly. Rcgistról.rof( ounty-\\'ilh:ml JG.)(''', I 
l''Í1chol, Peel, Proton, Pusjjnch,' '.lhaIH, Sullivan, CI
ath:lIn. 


_
 
..r..rv """"'
"""""""
 


'I'O'V'll;;l1.ip OUiccr
, Upp
r (;
nacla. 
Ibstruct 'if tlte le r.. refalin!! fn I:,e dulie- of TOI/:}!sltip O.Jicer3, 
.c,' in l'pper C<wnc!n, prepared f(lr, a'id l 
unoier OAe dire lion of the .1]II'IÙ "pal ('JU leil of lite HOlne. Dis,riL:, b') .1[r. Elliol, Clerk of Ihe Council. 
I. 'I'O\\YN:";I1U' :\IEETIXC;::. cr^ Jin!!" h" n
3lÌing publicly the nvticc \\ hcreby the 
, Any Township coat lillin!.' thirty inh, hitaat free- nll'
lill!,( \\ :J.s c
lI
d. .. 
ïc. .7. 1!1. 
'holders and hOUSI Iwlúers ilia\' ,Iuloi a Township :\Icetiu", It the notice IS 111 conlornllty with ttIC pr/''' ,,,1(',18 0, 
'[ I Vic. 21, <, G,J allli am- '1'0\\ n
hjp not havina th,lt,th
 1', !Jlic ;\leelin.!!s' ACI. ,l < 11.]. the <?hair r 'lan lI
ay 
irelJlIi
ite lIu,nUcr of illhahitaut" 
hall be t.lkell "10 },P , 'duse any per
OIlIll-
rrUpUII!( or l!lstUlb1l1g II 'Jlleeuug l 
;part of such nljoillill;! Tow!lshill ,I::! the :\Ia-!istratl''! to LL' rr Ilo
eJ; aUI! may, ,by all instrumf It ,I!l<:l'r hi
 
,gnnting lh warnllt tur calling the meeuu- liMY deem laud on 
IlS ow ,View, a Ijudg:r uch pe
s- I tv I ul
tYI 
most couvcuieut. ,of s 
h Ih
lllr!Jal 'c!, ullua \dllch COll\'ICUOll a lIIa!!I
- 
Two Ju:'til'l"s of Ihe Peace [f 2] mu
t ,ue a war- tr
t,e m
v commit the on"nder. 7 '"ic.
. Î. 
Irant to tllP Tow I"hil> t:lerk, I ce forlll,] .It least ten ,1 h(' CI amnan nuy, command the a"
lst'lPce of Jus-! 
:da}3 beforc the time of IlIL .ting, requiring him t,) lice,; of the Peac", Com';_Lles, :iud o1.\Jer pLr m", tO I 
lass{'rnbl
 the iuhaJltant frf'e:101 eriJ and ho sehol<1ers pre
pr\'e V'.) lor, r. 
 ]
', . 
,of hi.,; 'fowuship, ou the Ii..
t 
Iomby in January, at Al1.q:
e LI
ns at a Towllshlp l\IeetlIl!! are (I, '.11 :', 
' l i2 o'clock at n'1O\l, or If ,\ { )'Il1cillor is to l.Je clecteJ, a ma] Inty Ol th
 freeholuer::! and hom:ehl.. 'cr
 l,r"-e.II., 
at 10 o'clock he.Jre uoon. !I VI!:. -l I, - 1. la>'ovc the :i
e ot tweuty-oue, and any lier>' II 1)( mil' 
f'û:l\1 OF JUSTI. '\\ 
n!t'l'H TO A' ,IDLt: TdE IXlI
Bl- '

,

)'
;

?t hii
17c
I
r. 


lificd, is haùle to a Gill' (n 
T.\.'\fS OF - D 1.'RI"T. Till Towu"hip ,\lp/'tin!{ 
hall first eJect a Cu1ltlci1lvr I 
" 1'0 tlLe 1'oUlIs/ûp Clcrk .of
he ToulIsltip of - in lor Councillors, if there I.J. a vdCanCVj a1ll1 if a l'o:! I 
said Ddnct." 'emaw!ed, it IIl'!.Y bc kppt open uUlll 4 o'cloc!.. the Eamel 
"Br \-i
tne ofthc p3,\"er for 
'Ich \,1lrP( es grante(1 h} d-,... 4 anrl:, '}c.; 10 : í; 11 Vic. 
',-t\O. " I 
l all Act 01 the Lcgl-..lture, 1lJ."J(' anJ pa",
e.l III tile fir,,1 1 he mcetlllg ::;hall tuell elect a I, w ship C1
rk 

ear of the Rei u of U . 'cu Vi
t',ria, I'.,p. tl, to us \
> , a Collpl't r a sumci It ullmter of p 
--and --twúofh r'Ia' . '
JLlstice,,
rvl ail Poulld ht' pers, dud On ',I of Hi ' \ 
lof thc Peacc II. an 
 to. t' e , - hi I,j"tri t.' TilL ';,re to HI' Town \\",11 
ns, anrl, not IC_5 ÜI, 1 tl J! r 
auth;:Jn:,e aud r
,lu'rc 
Ivjn!! ' I k I.,L !!Ìlt d'l} ò' mo!.e tl
all t\\el\p. Fence-v.e\\crs. 1 \ I'" :2, > 
I prcvlOus noti
c, by atlnin>.: the 
 IIIlC in It IL l"t tlue "" \f". :W, ( I. I 
,.ublic place \\ ithiu til uJ I'own,,!lip, tv ,I emole th Thl' 'leI Ii I:{ uny pa! I By-Ia\, s fur n A!2tir.; the 
iillha
itant frep;lOIILr
 anti ho
s ol.der" 11\11I'
 will;
11 nc
iod 
nJ CI
' ....cr in \\hich ca
tl " h,l)r<: " J 
:!, r 
I
our 1'0\\ n"
Il;I, to III/'l'l at, [Illsertli 6 pi.!. c amè I HI ,l1m'lt.. nla} ru , at lar"e j tor IIIIPO":I. .. f('y tilc i 
lly-Ia\\ ,] ou Ie tìr"t II.. Iday ill J.lIlliarv ilL t I ciCIo! ,re '1ch rf sUl'h rl' 'II:JtiG.]
 j for tile pre\ ntiull uf aC
I- 
the - day of Jauuarv, I
t ,at the hóur ot 
 tur J Is lJy I ccir' ,deep watcr
, :i ..I úllwr ' . 'nl...
 I 
Ithl' purposc of I'ho;:J
ill'
 and nominatin;: c"rmin fit all/I I ,; : r t' 
truction of .. PI,S d "ri -'II tO l ' 
proper l'er"ools to serve as Township Ohiccr'i tor thn III rV; cJf;u ertain,ng the' hL lit ahd l,t dpti 'n 
cnblllng year, according to the direction::! in "aid :\1:, r la\\ lUl tÌ', 
; and for "Ilch olher matter ,S 111 LY 
I co , nta!lIeJ. 'II_
 to proplO
e thc peacc anù \\ clfare of the to\\ a"hiP. ! 
.. 
.I veil under our hawl::! and sca!s at - on _ 1 , IC. :'lI, _ 1 . 
I
l ." 'Vblrict V mci!.,; may pa By-I:}\\ B fiJ,.;ng the placc!' 
, At.least eÜ!htdars hefore the first Monda-' in Januan "of meetih",s, &oc 
,[1 VIC. :!I, ( '3,J the 'l'own.;hiIJ Clerk IIIU,,[ ::!i
e pllhli - I 
;uotice of the time and place of lI1e 'I: :!, 'ilL if the 2. LLErTIO
 Ufo' VOL'XCILLOR
. 
I Township Clerk ne.!.ects lu i
sue the r Jti . tht: illhahi-I '1'he towII
hip meetin;!. :it which a Coullcil'x is to 
wnts. ma"
 nevertheles
. ..emhle at the IL al place of,he elected [U Vio. -1J, 
 1.) lihall cOlllmence at 10 0" loci. 
IlIIeetJI
I!", and havmg cho en d chairm,H1, w.lY procccdibefore nool1. 
to buslIIes". . J:veQ tU\\lJlship holding a to\\ n
hip meelinq r 1 anti 
 
I I
 there be. an mcorporated to\\ II, or toWII ha\ in!! \'ï'". llI, 
 lU,l i::! entitled tu elect one Council' Jr" \ 
),hce rp'!ulatlOns, 111 all
 towns.hip, thp town, Jip meet- there Le three hundred pcr<:nns assessed III the to\\ I1bhJ1- 
I llig "hall not 
c held \
'Itllllllhe hlllit
 of such town. >' ;;.,they ma} elect two Councillor,,;, , 
All townsl
11' mct'tlll!!" slmll he helrl at !;uch place as \ Poll tuay oe úei laUÚI'J by any candidate, C 7,] orl 
:n:i
 be aproll1ted by a ß}-l;l.w of tI)e Dilòtrict Coullcil. ùy thrl'e I'ìectors present, anrl liuch 1'011 shan, ot 1,- 
HI 
 IC. -10, '> 2. .. hept open longer than tour o'c1ock in the afternoon. , 
rh
 Tow"!sllJp rIerk prp
lúeiJ at the meclillis, ulltil !I "ic. -10, 1. 
la clJalrlll'ln IS 
hosell. ,1 
'IC. 21, 
 2. I It is the 
uty o
 the Collector to furnish the towlishil'\ 
I It IS the dut
 or the Cha1rluall to commence the pro- clerk, [t and,) VIe.. JO, 
 6.J ilt Ieal't liix days before tuel 



64 


SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CANADIAN AV\lAN AC. 


cCection with a certified list of nil the inhabitants en- 3. DUTIES OF COrNCILLORS IN THEIR I 
(ered on 'the 1.lst assessment roll, and no persoll, not on 'l'O\VNSHll'S. 
the roll is entitled to \'ote [
7J ; but if there be an equal- It is the duty of tIle Councillor or Councillors of the 
ity of voteE, the presiding o
cer, "althou
h he may 1I0t township to hold a Special 8t'ssion on or before the. 
be otherwise qualified, IlIay give Ius castlllg vote. third Saturday in April, of \\ hich, at least, six rlaY:s 
 ' 
Defore proceeding to poll the \"ot
s, n 8] the p.re- notice nm"t IJe gi\'en, at three Jluhlic places in th' 
Biding officer shall take and subscribe the followmg township, and I.roceed to divide the Road" of th 
olth be!ole a Justice ofthc I'e.lce of the District:- township all10ng the sc\'eral üvenieers of Highways. 
.. I, A. n., do swear, (or solemnly alfirm) that I ha\'e 1 Vic. 21, 
 20. I 
not, directly or indirectl}, by llI}self, Or any other,per- - 
son, receiveJ any fee, gift, gratuity, or reward, eltl
er 4. TO\VN:'1HIP OFrICERS. 
illll
oner or otherwis
, or pro\1l
se ,of any, as a conslll- No person is liable to berve a township office out ot
 
l eratlon lor my returulIlg, or, elI
Ctl!lg th
 return of an
 the township in which he resides. No I\laqistrate is! 
la
rso
 as a l\IelUb
r of the Ih5tnctCo
n",JI of the, 
 liable to sen'e. No person is liable to serve ollene!'] 
DII;tnct; that I \'\0..11, t
 
he l.est of Ill} s
11I and ,lhlht,v, than once in three years, 1 Vic. 
I, 
 5. : 
r.;irl
, honestly" and. falln,full y conduct h;
 !,resent ele
- "'hen no Towns'lip l\Ieetin
 is held, or for any other 
tlOn for the cnolce ofa memher lorYlCl1llJer",) of the said reason no flew otlicprs are elected the olÌicers of the. 
Council, and truly reLurn the candHlate [or candJ(J
te
), IJrevious year are oLliged to comin'ue to !'eC\'e. 1 \ïc.' 
who, at the final cluf'e, a:;hall appear to ha\ e a majOClt} 21, 
 5. I 
of votes; and that 1 will u
e my I.es
 cndem'ours, to T
\\nship officer!1 mu!'t subscribe the following (!ecla- 
pr
c;cve peace, and orùer at !'uch e}ectlOn, and to gl:: ration within twemy day!;; of their appointment, inl 
all pers
ms, enUt
ed to"\'otl',, free ann un
nolested acce.. ']efault of ,\ hich, or for sulJ,;equent negle"t of duty, they 
to and from the) 011; , winch oath mu"t be returned to arc liaLle to it fine offhe pounds. r !I. 31;. I 
tilt' Vlerk of Ih,e Council. , , .. I, .\. B., do sinc,erely pcomi"e :"tnd declare, that I, 
The townslllp Clerk may adu.'lll1\!'ter to any person \\ ill Ülithfully and diligently perform the duties Of 
 
[
6.J otfprmg to vote, the follo
Vlng oath :- . for the towns!:ill of - for the current year." 
.. I swear" (or soit'liinly athrm) that I 2m A. n., AllY two Mar:istrates JUay appoint ollìcl'r>, in lieu of 
whose name IS entered on the Assef'sment Roll of the those who ha\'e not sulJ
cribcd the declaration, or in 
Towp;,hip 
f -;;-- anù that I IJa\'e not already voted lieu of the 1'0\\ nship Clerh and Ab
('ssor, if they ha\ el 
at tillS electIOn. , , . _ failed to make the return to the C!erk of the )'eace 
The towns,hil
 Clerk, or pr
sldmg officer, [
 
,J shall rd;uired by law; and otticen; 
o appointen are investedl 
keep a poll h"t m the lollo\\'mg 
orrn, 
nd rIdl\er the with the !'amp pOIVers, and suhje
t to the same penaltiei 

.lIl1e to tile Clerk of the l'eace, J1
lfnedlately after !he as those chosen at the to\\ nship meeting. 
 8, 9, 15. 
conclusion of such eleclion. .And \ll ca!'l' ofthcre heHl
 I 
no poll, the tOWI1 clerk should r
turn to, the Clerk of the 5. TOWXSIU)' CLI:RK. 
Peace his report of the township meet\llg as SOOIl after .' " , 
""bl the District Council OIee!5 on the tilird The T?wn"llIp Clerk
 upon recel:vmg a warrnnt from 





;IV i
; 

nuary. two !\1agl,:traws, sl
all I
sue a n?!lce" t? be affixed 
tl 
A C - .1 eed J10t reside in the township "hich three pUhl,IC place
 III the townshll
, glvm
 at leas
 ,SIX! 
h ounci t or II r1
}S prevIous nouce of the township meeting, and JÍ he 
eT
p

sen sf oath of qualification to be written and has recei\"ed no warrant ten days I,pfo,re the me
ting,l 
_, b e ,
r
nbo fo e 'hom to be made and the time' ("ee he ;,houlò appl.. to the 1\\0 nearest l\ra!!'lstrates to Is!'ue 
ì)
!I

i
t 
ou
ci; ;
t;) the oath 
f ;ìlegiance also'to"be on,e. I Vi
. 21
 : 3. " , 

1\hf'cribed and returned to the Dis!rict Clerk, hefore a 
!le To\\ nstllp Clerh s notice should be III the 1'01- 
member can take his seat. Councillors before lea\'in!:! Jo

 III
 form [
3J :
 
their townships to atten(] the Vouncil, after their elec- \\ herea
, 
y virtue of a wa:r
n,
 !ro
 .
. E., and 
tion should inquire of the town clerk if he has made ('. D., E.,qUlre
, t
o of her l\Iaje.t} s .
u, tIC
!! of the 
h' ' . t tl e CI k of the Peace or brinu the Peace, J a!n reqUIred to al>!'emble the JIlhabltants of. 
IS proper re,urn 0 d d er nts with the
1 " thetownslllP of-on )londay, the-dnyof January 
necessary papers an ocume . ne
t, for the purpose of ch<?Osing and n
mi.nati,ng to\\,n-I 
NOTE.-The poll book to be filed in the office of the S
lp officers for the enmll1g ,year: 
OtlC
 IS hereby 
CI k f the Peace' the other documellts in the 
,
"en, tlm! th
 annu:l1 townshIp meet\llg G, the town- I I 
,er , 0 'fiÌc', .;;hlp 01'- \\"Ill be holden at - on Monela}, th('- 
DIstnct ClerK sOl'. day of January neyt, at the hour of - o'clock 11ccord-I 
ingl}". And be it known, that the meeting, to III' held l l 
, in pursuance hereof, is called in confonnitv \\ ith tbe 
Names of Freeholders and Names of the CaJ1Gldates, provisions of the Act of Parliament of the seventh year 
Householders on the last of her l\Iajestÿ."s rei
n, chapter seven, intitulel\ ".An 
Assessment Roll of the I I I .lct to provide for the callillg and orderly holding l?
 
Towllship of - A. ß. C. D. E. F. G. H, PILMic 111ect.ings in tlâs PrilL-illre. and jor the better l 
presenmtioll of a,e pub'ic peace thereat:" and that the, 
- I I I I - .;;aid meeting, and all persons attelliJing the same, ",ill 
John UUIl,. . . ... . . . 1 -- -- - - tlu'refore I I' within the protection of the said Act, of all' 
]'atrick O'Xeil,. . . '" - - \ 1 I - which premises all manner of persons are hereby in l 
Dugald Scott,. . , .. . , 1 - -- \ - her Majesty's Ilame most stricti}" charge!1 and com- 
Da vid Llo}d,. . . .. . . - -- -- 1 m:mded ;II their peril to tahe e8perial nmice, and to 
= = = =--:: govern themselves accordingly, 7 Vir. 7, 
 1. 1 
.. E. D., TIJWnship Clerk. 
The presiding officer is a conservator of the peace .. Dated thi8 - nay of -." 
rluring the continuance of the 1'011, \\ ith power to swear If the Township Clprk !'hall receive a warrant from 
i.l1 special constables; and he may, hy notice in writing, a :\Iagistrate, or the \\Tardpn. directing Ilim 10 call atl 
require the attendance of any Jllslicp of the Peace resi- e:\traordinary Meetinc ofthc Town!'hip, for the purpose I 
ding in the townRhip. .J and 5 Vic. lV, 
 !I. of ('Iecting a f'onnciIJvr, hp mllst i!'sue a similar puhlic 
If the per80n electcrl as Councillor i., not qualified, or notice. 4 & :; Vie. 10, 
 If', 1!1, 
refwiies to sen'e, either of the In''lices, who si1!ncd the 'l'hp Town!'hip Clerk pre!'ide8 at meetin!!s of thel 
warrant for the ml'eting at which he 
;>!;; electNl, mav townf'hip. until a chairman is chosen. 1 \'ic. 21, 
 2. 
issue another \\ arrant, aurhori!'i!lg the town
hil' clerk He must heep a record of all the proceediu1!s nt thel 
t
 proceed to a new election, on a day named in the township meeting8, \\ hich record, to!:l'lher wilh nil 
warrant. of which election t"'e township clerk mllbt other papers. monies. 
nd property helonginl! to the 
C'lve at lea8t five da}"s public nOlice. 
 1 ì. town!'hip. arc to be by Jlim handed over to his sue.- 
NÓTE. - No time should be lost in ascertainin
 ceR:<,or. (,7. 
whether the Councillor i!! !]ualifierl, or r..fll
es to III' must allow free acceR8 to examine the record8, to 
act, or the township mav remain IInrppresented at.any inh:lhitant of tI.e town8hip, upon Ihe payment of a 
the first half-}!'arly meeting. which takes place on fl'e of one shiHing and threepence. 0 :
. 
the third Tuesday in January. lie mu"t affix puhlicly at thp place ofm
etinl!, imme- 
If a vacancy occurs from dealh, or other calise, the (liatdy 
ner the townshin meetinl( hab adjonrned, a Ii,s 
Warden isslles his warrant, and the township clerk of the officers clerted. He must keep a book, wherem 
mU8t give thl'like public notice of the meeting. 
 Ie. to enter tllPir declarations of ofiice; and if, at the end 



-, 
I SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CAKADIAN AL!\lANAC 5 5. 
of twenty day,., the otficer
 so electe
 shall not> have 
,f I
nds UpOI1 his roll, before the April Quarter Ses-' 
j SUbscribed, he must trau"mlt to a justice of the I eace. SIOI1-. 
 H. , '_ ' ' 
,md a Counsellor of the to\\ u,.bip, a list of ..uch ofticcr" Remunerauon fb,ed by D."tnct Couuclls. , 
as Inve not subscnbed. 
 H. . ' d f' 7 GEXER \.L INSTR UCTIO NS OF AS
EBSORS.I 
, He 1II'1"t make out twO copies from his rewr 0 t Ie . .. " I I 'I ù d' h II h Id hi' 
'proceediugs of the towlI
hip I\l"eting, at which he was The,lIst 01 all( s, I
ot mc II e m t ero !! ou 
!appoiuted Clerk lor the Township, w,lthiu twelltv da}8 made III the follow 111" form: 
Jailer his appoiutrnent. one of WIIlC,h IS to be posted up 
\(:onspicuous\y at the I;lace ofmeet
"g, aud the other he L ts or P art of lots. \ cOllce!'Sions. \ Number of Acre
.1 
mu
t trallsulit '.0 the Clerk of the 1 eace. 
". 0 
! l'he copy to the Clerk of the Peace sh:mld be trans- I 
l!TIi
ted iI
lIl1ed!ately, after,the ,t
wn
:
gt
I


t

i
'l

II.

e They arc in all cases to obtain directly from the OW\)- 
pnlo
lllauou 
t the l:ounctl, \\ Inch ers or occupants offarms, lists of their rateable propertY,1 
j da y III J(
lIuary. r asurer of the Dis- and nut frolll other SOurces. r 

Ie ,Ulu"t e-"ecut
 a b03rl to the T e. \\-hen lanùs or houses are in the occupation oftenant<;, 
IlTl.?k"
0


1WI

I
Ugb fo
:

; presents, that we, A. B., 
uch (('uams 
re to be a
"e"sed, ullless the owners resi,d" 
,township clerk, fo
 the township of -, in the - III 
he to\\lIsIIlP, and give such lands or houses with 
:District, and C. D., of _, and E. F., of -, are held thClr other property. ',' 
.and firmly bound to G. II., 'l'reasurer of the - Dis- .Land.s are to be Inserted in consecutive order, lieglll- 
t - t' th f _ pounds to be \\ ell and trulv mng with No.1, and so on. , \ 
:;'
fd' t
'ltltees


(
. II.. Tre.lsurcr,' or to his successor;' Each I
t or part of lot to be enter
.d 
n ase
arate Ime., 
in office, for which þõlVIJ1Cnt wcll and truly to be made 
hough bel
n!iJl1g to on: per"on, takm" care LO menUon 
we bind ourselves, joiiltly and 
everally, our heirs, e'\:- m towns
ll's wh:
e t
cre are 10,ts of tbe same number, 
I d d . " t " firmlv bv tlte"e present!'. as well a" conce:;stOns. t
 mention easto
 w
st, &c. 
,f'cutors, 
n a 1II1111::;tr.\ or.. ., . d f The fbllo\Vin17 lIIstructlons will be a "lItde ta doubtful 
:,ealed with our seals, and dated this - ay 0 - points: b " 
:tn


 


rd
; of the abo\'e bond is such that, if the .\ hou
e with two rows of windows in 
he front is:I' 
above bounden A. B. shall well anI} truly pay over, ac- two-stoned hou
e. . ,I 
conlin" to law. for the use ot the to\\ n:ohil', all monies A h?us'? IIIUSt be taken to he b':llit o
 such matemls as 
comin'; into his hands by virtuI' of his office. and ap- the pnnclpal part of such house IS bUilt of., I 
:plicabÌe to the general u..es of the townshl p, and deliver A log-hous
 clap-boarded or plastrred I!', neverthe-I 
:the remainrler [If any there be], together \\Ïth all boohs, less, only a loo.house. . . 
/ I' d . d bcIOIl"in" to the to\Vu"hip iuto the All hre-pl,lces alJove two are additIOnal fire-ploces. 1 

 co d r s' f ' l l
 paperssor 'n<=ot1ice as the la
 dlr
ts the') and lIIust be countcd, whether in use or not. 50 Geo 
an SOliS succes s I , . '. ',' III 7 S ,) 


:i
u
:'
;;


n is null and void, or otherwise to remam ii. 
t

 i'in aI.JY roam witho!lt a tire-place is counted I 
I (Sif1' ed) A. n 'l'ownship Clerk [I.. S.) an l1dlhtlOnal t\re-p'
ce. 

', ' , I 
<> n C. JJ.' ' [L. 
.) A store and t:!welhng-house 1Il one bUlld1l1g are to.be 
E F [L :5) both rated separately. 
. . .. .\. house occupier! as a d\\elling-house must be ratl'd, 
T!
e Tow,?ship Cle
k mu"t keep aJ
 account of all whether it be finished or not. .. 
momes conllng 1I1l0 his hands, beionglll
 to the to\\ n- _ 
I Shi P , and pre:sent the same to the District '\.uditors, to 8. COLLeCTOR. 
be by, them eAamine
1 and ?-pproved of; anù he must The Collector mu
t lod
e his bond with the l're
""1Ilr(,T 

ubrl1lt to the t

vnshll) JIle
tlll
 a copy of such 1ICC
Ullt; before the July Quarter :3esslons. ] Vic. 21, 
 ]5. 
. also, render to I reasurer with vouchers, account ,:t J1
0- Having 100J!!ed his bond. he must apply to the Clerk at 
"ee'ls o
 
anù, earth. slOne, &c. 
 II. .. and,) V IC. the Peace for the asses
mel1t roll. 
 lï. 
I C ' III, 
 3\1. . Tire Distri!:t Coullcil may authorize the Collector to 
, Township Clerks arc entit!ed 10 the :\lmutes and .ß\'e- collect the arrears of the previolis year. 1 V IC 21, 
 4U. 
:Lrtws of the CouncIl, w!lich "houId he takt;u care of
 
nrl .. & j Vic. 10. 
hande
 o\'er to theu su
cessors as part 01 the conditIOn Collectors whose rates 
hall bl' in arrears, and not paiif 
ùf their Bond., .. over by the time of meeting of lhe (!uarter ::"e
sion!! III 
lIe l,nlJ
t make out a 
Istofall the pcrson
,m his town- January, arc liable to have their goods, as well all tho
1' 
l
hIP, hable to pertbrrn 
tatulC labour, showl.lgthe nUIII- of their sureties "ei7pt!, and solrl for the amount Of5U<."li 
II
er of days everv per
on is lia
le to work, from which arrears. ] Vic, :!I. 
 3R 
11t_
t the O\'erseer" ha\e authonty to make extracts. 1 Ifany perion rated in thp aSSC'isment roU shall rp[uH' 
I V H
. 21, 0 
I. . ." , . or 1\f'2lect to pay his rate for fourteen days aft"r c!emalltl 
I,ll' must furnIsh to a magl"tr
te JI) the \-ICJlHty.. on or duly made, the Collector may obtain a di
tr('
s warran\ 
\befOre the first of December, a h
tofO\erseers ot.
llg!l- from a magistrate, at any time after the fir
t Monday l!\ 

ays, who ha,'e not passed then accounts. 1 \ IC 
l, Novemher. 1 Vic. 21. 
 -16 and HI. 
. 31. The Collector is authorize.l to exel'ute the warrant 
, (Fo
 the 
luties of the Township Clerk at lhe election and "I'll the goods anti chattels, !!:iving eight da} s' not,r" 
of a Councillor. see that head.) of the sale in three puhlic places in the to\\nship, uw 
I 
 he may ret'1in out of the money aflsing frolll the !<a!c. 
6. A
;:-;C::;::;OR. besides the amollnt of the rare, the 
um ofthree shillill

 
The Asses<or must apply to the Clerk. of the Peace anrl ninepenre. as his fee for rnab.ing the distress, ad\ er- 
for blank forms, in which to enter his A
sesslJlent. I l tismg anti sellin!{. 
 46 and .J1. 
I Vi
. 21, <. J,J. If the occupant of any hOIl
(,. farm or tcnl'ment t>hal! 
He mn
t make out hi., Roll betw('en the tirst ì\londay have left the town
hip. the ColI('rtor may reco\'er from 
Ii n January allli the April Quarter fo:essiops. 
 14. the o\\ner such part of the r:J.tc at! is a
sessetl upon thl' 
- Ill' must mah.e personal application to each rateable house or lanll. pro\ irled It j" i!{'mandl'd fourtel'n 1''1 . 
mhabitant in the LOwnship. and deman(1 from him a true l before Ihe "eronti Mondav in Vl'cember. An-I he II I 
Ilist of all hili land, tenements, and r.ltc.tble per
unal recover from the tenant lhe whole rate, a\thoagh!.'u 111 
property, which, to
l'ther \\ ith his own property, he i ten.lllt have left the towllship. : 1!1. I · 
nlU
t cuter correctly on his asses...ment Roll. : 1 t. It the Collector lias not demandp,l the rate from r. .' 
I If he has reason to believe that auy person is gÏ\'in
 pI'rson as<essed at least fourteen d} he lore the "ecoll I 
Ihim a fal"e or incorrect return o
 his property, he mu
t, \Ionday in lJec
ntber. he is liable him:>elffor 
he,amonlll, 
jneverthele,,;s. t'lke tl'e return ab given to hun; hut he I".. 'md cannot clalllt abatcment by re;J!'on of his In;J
 JlII\ I 
in that case, hound to report such person to a M,H!i!otrate [0 collect the r,lte; but he may, ncvcrtheless, recover 11' 
1 1! lea
t fourtl'en days Lefore be rctuTlls his roll to the amount from the per!'on so rated. 
 19. 
Clerk of the I'eace. 
!-t. If any pl'rson shall hrin!! a "lone horse, cOV('TI.. 
III' must affix, at 130mI' con!'picuoui! place in the town- marc... for hire. into a to\\ n!<hir. after the a8H's,;ment n r: 
,ship, 1\ correct copy of his Roll. 
 I-I. the 
ear h<ls I,('en madp, the Cùllertor may, IIpvNthp.' 
I He mu"t make out a list of all lands in the township, , Jt'''i', demand the rate for 
lJch horse. liS if it had I-e. 'I I ' 
which arc not include,l in the :\"s{'ssmpnt Roll. 
 -II. \ dUI Y retnrned on the asse8"m(,l\t roll, ullle
s the owU/'r 
I lIe must return to the Clerk of the I'eacI' his As"es
- s:nisfy him that the Tate has !'l'cn paid cI>cwlll're. ;.:' 
ment Roll, signerl. and verified upon oath, and the list,Geo. III. 7. 92. 
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j
6 SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CAl\"ADlAN ALMANAC. 
The Collector lIIust r.ec
ive a c,er.tifica!e for the killin,!; He shall, if required, give a certificate to each perl>On! 
,of a w?lf, 3;t tI
e rate o
 thirty shlllmgs, 111 the p
yment who has performed statute labour. 1 Vic. 21, 
 2U. 
,of r
tes: ü,\\ 111..1 \ . _9. I He Illay direct per
ons perlorming statute lallour to l 
' !"strlct 
 ollncllb may tix the per centage to be rc- destroy wecdo; hurtful to good husbandry. 
 20 
,tamed by Collccl
rs. .. lie slnll by the labour ul1<'
r his direction, cause rails 
\Vhell an el
cUon for .Councl
lor IS to ,takp pla
e at or fence" tl1 be elected at l1an
eroll'" parts of the roads, 
a?y appro
cllI.l
g to\;II,shI P lIJ
eU
l!!, the Colle.cto.r IS r
: and erect fin,:!e.r posls,where hp jnd:,!l's it neCeS."HY. 
21.; 
II,ured to lurllI"h the 'Iownslup ( lerk, at lea"t 
I't day" lIe lIIa\', \\ 11Ibt lavJII<T out st.tllite labour or wonev in' 
'lot "ore such Il1petint with a certifIed list of all the inha- the reparrs 01 the roålis;uwJ[e u
c of any Ì!ro\\ ing wither! 
bit,mt householr.ers and 
reeholders ent.ered on the last or stone upon the unenclo"ed aud uuiìnproved 1..lIld, I 
'l
seSSJlJent roll, \\ Ith a view to detenmue who have a doin<T 110 uunece,,:.arv dama"e. 
 :!-l. I 
right to vote, .. & ,) 
ïc.1U, 
 6. I H;may direct aný persOl
 under him to hring suchi 
(
ee also Oath to voters.) too),; ami illlplemenls, yoke of O1.en, or te<l In , cart, or; 
- wa!!
on, as such person lIJav he possessed ol
 
 2,). I 
9. PO UN 1'-KEEPER8. I !I ayy labOl:rer or dri ve
 
hall refu
e Or lIe!.:11 ct to \\ orh 
A Pound-I,eeper must provide himself\\ ith proper eu- fmthfully, or to carry SUthCll'1It 10,\lls, the U
er
eer may 
cloo;ure8. lIe must iUlJ'ound any cattle unlawfully run- 
I,;charge surh persOll, .Hld the per130n so discar.!erl is 
'1I111
 at lar
e, or tre.pa"sin
. which may he brought to lra
le to the same pellaJty <IS if llC had 1,0t allelldf'l1. 
o!m, ami he !JIlI"t furuish them with lleCe.,sary food aud 2,)., 
,:rink. 1 ''ic. 21, " 3:.!. , It IS the dmy of the Overseer to make a complaint to a 
: If within twenty:lollr hours the person impounding 
Ia
I
I!afe, if any pe
sol1 duly wamed has failed to per- 
the cattle s'lcllI not give to the POlllld-hef'per ill writillg tormlll,; labour., 
 2,. , 
,lb delllalld for tJama..,e
, the Pound-keeper ma} release .\u u\'er:eer I
 1I0t e\em,pt from Ills own labour hy 
.hem, upon payment of his iees. ç 3.1. rea
on of Ills holllrng that Gthce, but any day all which he 
If within forty-ei!,ht hOllrs afler Ihe :mimal is im- superilltelilis the lalJour of others "ill COUllt as a day'., 
pounded the clallll and costs be 1I0t paid, the PoalH[- work, .and ,he m,IY, ab? I'e al!owed one ù<lY's "ork for 
-peper sh'1lf immelliatelv notify three disinterc
tcd [It!cnlhng Spf'cwJ l:;('s"'lOns. 
f,\fIllers, [(""dent in the to'wnship: to apprisè the dallla- The Oversel'r mu",t {!i\e in to the Town..hip Clerk on or 
: 
s aIlllju(';e o,tlle lawfUlness of the tellce, 
 3,). hefore the tjr.,tof.
eptemher, 
 list verified Upùl1 o.ath <?f 
, The f.Irlllcrs so uotitied must t:ive in their award in ,III the persons lIal.lp to perform statut
 1,IIJour 11l Ius 
iwriling to the Pound-keeper witJJin h\enty-four hOllrt', I!Î\'i
ion, alld of \\ hat part o!''''uch lahollr h<l!:! I.eell v er - 
.1IIder a pellalty of live shillings. ') 3,). tormed, to{!.',ther, with an ae
ount of;
11 n
ollies which 
, If, before the award is made, the owner I>lIall tender ha\e come mto 111
 hanrls by virtue of his 011 Ice. A blallk 
,for the d:una!( an amou.nt equ:l1 to what is aftef\\anb !ùrn,.,for rna
illg the :1ho\e ret
Jrn \\
II b
 gi
en him Ioy 
,awarded, the party claulliuJ! e\tra\'agallt dama
es i
 the IOWII
I
lp Clerk.ll the April 
pecJaI ::-e,.slons. 
 31. 
'hahle fo, all costs incurred after 8uclJ wuder. 
 :31. 1)11 ca.,_ 01 any sudd.'n ol.J"fnll'tlon or damage to a road, 
I If, within lort\-ei!!ht hour.>, t!le allilll,:1 impoúnded bl or lor the 'purpo!'<, 01 putting up lUark
 to !!uide travellers 
Inot cl:1illlell, anrl hi" lawf:11 char
1'8 and the alllonnt of O\er any Irozen waler
, .he O\er,,('er IS requested to e'\:- 
,dama"'s awanie,1 paid, the I'omid-ket'per shall alii\. in \ pend allY mO
ley. in I
is hands, or to C
I\I out Hatute]a- 
thn'e puhlir pJa r e8 in. tl'Je town8hip, for at least tifteell bour umh'r '110; dnectlon, atauy other tune thau between 
da}>!, a notice of the I.me and pl:1ce at which ht' wilii the tenth of ;\Jay ami Ihe twenty-tourth of July. .1\1111 if 

pII it, gi \.i 11!! in such notice a dl'
cri ption of the an ima\. ,he ha!' no money or labou r .u
.e\ l
elJll
d, h.e .8!m\l nenr- 
I;the co ts aad dalll.! IS arf' nut paid bplore, he 8halllt
lel
ss c<lll out person;, resllll11g In Ills divIsIOn, nppor- 
Ihen ell tl aniuMl, anl1 aner tleductiug thp C08ts alld,UOIIIII!! such labour <IS l'l]ually a
 may Le amonf!st the 
',l1ua!!p
. h "Im!l retum' tl" o\'erplus, on delllallrJ, toiillhabitant::', alld hc 
ha\l imme liately give in all account 
,the OWilI r. But if no 0\1'ncr appe<Jfs within threp!of the labour so perlbnned to tlw Towm:hip Clerk. 
 ':;0. 
mOlith , be si13ll pay the ovprplu" to the 'J'owlIship n . -, - T 
1
'lpr:", to l.Je c:\.pended upon the roads of the townshi P . \ 11. ] 0\\ N::;I1IP \\ .\RDENS. 
;
::!, The Township \Varden
 shall report to the Magi!'- 
I If the animal is not cl.ailller1 at or be:ore the time Of'tratl's of the Ui
trict, any per;,oll of un
olllJd mind gOIllf! 
:rl'e bale, find the owner IS ullknown, thp Pounr1-
eeper' Ibl)l)t the Township to the d<luger of the inhabitallts. 
s!mll pf -Ipone the s<lle for forty daY8, at the p'qnrauon, 1 Vie. 21, 
 I;J. 
I If which timp, if uot hefore relleemed, he shall proceed They may e\Cmpt any person, not asses!'ell at more 
'0 bl'lI, ,11111 "ispose of the proceeds as before proviJed. than ,[2.), from ",tatute labour, 011 account of age, sick- 

 :1:. Ile:>s, or other mislurtuue. 
 
9. 
Till' owuer of any auilUals whi,'h may not lawfully - 
'lin at k- 
, bhall I.e haU.. for any lI:unaf!e "one by 12. rr:?\CE \TIE\VERS. 
:';"1[1, \\ h('."I:>r 
he. len"cd lot' lawful or .not. : ;\j. If two partipo;, O.'CIIP\ in!! adjoinin!:( trarts of land, 
If ,t.1 
lImal IS 1!
lp01lf1l1,'rI, for rnnll
lI!! 
t large, 
on- have any dispute, a.. to what plHtoflhe dividmg fence, 
,'Jf} .t'J t 'tu\
n Illp rt
ul"\lons, the lIne lIuposp,ll
 to or ofaný drain, or wafer-cOllrse, each party shall make 
: 1,'ll11l.to t
1C 1 ound.l,eever; and as to 
he method olde- '111'1 keep in repair, they may call in thrre Fence-vie\\- 
"111111:; III (11:iIJllted cases, ,and of Icv,\'tn!! the fine am,ers to make au awa[(l. 8 Vie. c. 2.). (For the malluer 
, .' th 5ale of the 
'IIIIl. I, the I oUlld-keeper mU,
1 of proceed in" in which case, ,.ee the \ct.j 
, ,'gUll' ,'! Ii t:.e WII dHI'CIIonS .
 arc laid tJo\\'u 111 \ " - 
. It' ,,- fa L!.lilll f,lr l1am c; "ut thp amount of tl'(' ]
 IIIGn\V A Y::; AND BRIDGBS. 
. 11 I'p p.lid liv till' )'OUlI' '-!"peppr to the TOWllshin . 
II'r'[. t..IIf' expemlpd npon the ro,:t!s. . I :So 0verseer or olher pNson, ma
 rCIIIO\'e anv fen
1' 
\ p. und-Iu'''J><:r IS elltitltJ to a charge to he fixed b, elll'lo"Jn
 any part ?fa COllce8
1011 IlIIe or allowanre I,or 
. " District (;ouucils. . I ro.ad, unll's
 authonsed t'? 110 so by an. order of the 01';- 
,Inct COIIllCII. At Ie st eight days notIce II1l1st be C'lven 
to Ihe parly in orcllpalioll: an,l in case of dispute 
s 
10. OVER::;}
F,R";: OF I1J(';II\\',\YS. to the houndary line of said allowance, ifnot amicably 
1\11 O\'r er of Hi'!h\\':n _ 1511<]11. with the statute arran!!ed, can he dpcidp') ouly hy IIn a,.tion at law, to 
mr f'r I ",hirh lIIa\' t>c plar
fl under hi
 controlll be broll!!ht ill the ('ourt of Queen's Uench, &c. !I\ïr.8. 
!;.,'rintp'], ,111ft' 1'111 rpl.dir the roa,l
 ill th,'di\'isiop Any I)('rson wilfully ;,toppin
 up a roul.or (kstroyinc 
hidl h J - hf'pn aJ1I>oinlert hv the ('oul1rillors <1nv rail in!!, gllard, or finger post, is Ii,tble to a fine of 
I' to' hi I i II II' ial Sl' "ions, ] Vi". \!1 .'; 2 '. J:;j. Vic. :!I, 9 :!<'I. 
H.' :I lit frolh ItlP Townshin Clerk's list an '\uy per;,on ne!!lectinc, after t\\elltv-four hours no- 
'. 'eollnt. ! II> nlll'" r of (Ia\ ' la' f"'!1r \\ hich I' Jch per
on ricl', to rplIJove the obstruction in a rO.ld arisin!! from 
, I hi,; livi
if)n is liahl . to pf' r fL1f1:I, allli Ill' 1II11..t notify a'w tree havin!! 1;'1l1en, or hel'lI cut down from thc land 
: I "arh I 1'111 , "r I'i!" pr v",!lal'v o
 in writin
, al ill'hi- occnpation, is li.lhle to a line of t.'n shillin!;s for 
, ,,
 u -'I
1 pla"p o
. rl' Lie nce, thp rlay, hour aU11 pl<1cf' evpry I1ny the ohstrurtioll rem.lins. Vic. 
I, :,2:3. 
, len' hI' relJ.lJin'
 him to worl" giving at least threl \n" per"on rit/ill'!; or tlriviu!! :ICfOSS any bridge nbovp 

..\' .. II", ':!n, 
1. Ihirty f"Pt in Il'nglh, fa",ter than a waH., is liable to a 
IIf 
;lall 
imilarl\, rail O'lf an\' I'I'rsOIl ahon' twpntv- finf' of 1:1. B Vic. 41. ' 
0)' e \,pars ofa"c rpsidin!! iu thl' di\ i"ion, <1l1holl.111 I!II
h l Any pf'r!'oll maliciously dl'stroying any bridge, or rpn- 
p,'r;:nn hl not ml thl' a
sp,,!>mcllt roll, or the 1'0\\ nstrip lIefln!! it imp:!'-salJle or dangerous, it! guilty of felony. 
"h'rJ.,'51!isl. 
 "ic, 10. I anll " Vir. 
ti, 
 13, , 



i__-- SéOBIE _& BAL F OUR'S CANÅ DI
 N AL:\IANAC. 57 
I 1-1. STATUTI.: LAllOliR. I .\ny pI'rSO.I a.se>"e.\ under L2:., who, by reason 
Every person mcillded in tbe l\sse:;sor's roll shaU,ofage! sicknoss. or other misti?rtulle',may be in il1lli- 
work 0:1 the highwa)s in proportion to snch assessment, 
ent CI

UlIIstan,ces, may he 
c:lle
ed f/Olll SJatute labor 
(51) Geo. III. e, 
:! ) after the fùllowia!; rJ.te, viz:- IJ} the lown \\ anlells. 1 
.IC. :..1. 
 .1. ' I 
If his property is ratcd at lIIorC th:1Il A day's statute labor .COIIH-tS.Ot PL!ht h,:mrs fal
l
ful 
L.!j, he shall worl, 2 d3
 S \V?
k, eAclnsi \,e of the tl.'lIe COllIlJIg alltll!o
n
. 
 
.). I 
If 1I10re tlma L:!,) and I 1 he ,""ork ot a yoke 01 o'\en. or I,!"'I!I, with a àrl\er, 
not 1II0re than L30," "3 c1!1vs, coants as two da
,; amI no more, ':!.J., I 
;)0" 7,), .. -t c1ays.' Anv person ne!!lectin!!, after 

e notice, 
o perform 
i5 1U') .. ;) lIa\"s, 
t'ItJllt' latJour, or to senll a snthClellt su(,sututf', or 10 1 
lOti 1.11.: .. I; I,l,s.:furnish such carri3!:e, teanl. or impteU1ents as he m:lY 
1.)0 
.(' .. 7 (. 1\ he posscs..e1 of. wi' 'n duly called upon for them, shall 
211U 
)[I: .. Q da; . lor!f>it th'e shillin!!s IJreach lIay he
hall so t
el!ll'cI, andl 
'l.i:J :ro, .. , da, s. he <.hall, ncvertlU'l
 
. !It' still slIhject to 
ertùnn the la'. 
3'IU 3.3,1, .. HI d ,ys bour J.t any tilllc in the currellt year. . I. 
3,')0 \liD, " 11 da vs" - ' ' 
.. .},\O " 43\1. .. .. l:!c1'l}s' 
"T:,.-T
e .1 Art .rl'ílf"a
S cI
u.,f"s XX-ITI lind' 
le\ery LWU abo\'e LinO till it amo,mts to .flOP'!, 1 day. I 'XLII 01 the 'J uWlIsllip (JuIcers Act, I!I re;!ard tol 
.. 
I)" IOfU" :! '(lId,,). the r' 11I111l11ati L of .,wtute lahour. :JIhl provide",' 
3"J '.! no :'.j!W 1 t!,IV. tint t,p Ih trict C' II1cII may. IJya By-law, I'lll- 
;)Jü :J,) .1 1 tia\. POWLr Ian lLJrd!l to cornpounti. to \\hom the mooey' 

very Jler
on po
ses.,cd ofa Wll"'''on or C:ln, or a 
Ol Sh,ll1l e paid, lor slIch. c
:)llIpo.,i.tion, alld to rpgulatel 

f oxen, or a tealll of hor
e
, usp" to draw Ihe ,line, thp manner alii! th
- <11\ 1"IOU5 III which the statut(' 
shall work not It t!lan th=.:c day!>. 2, labour shalllJe I'erlonned. 
E,.prv r
: 111 al J\"e twcnty-one ye
 rs of ;1"'[' is Ii hi,.. . . ' I 
to perform twO day'" "Tltute I"bour, w.IClhf'f he IJe 011 l)
rs.ons f1\ll,:g to perform theIr a
reement for co.m- I 
the assc,;smel,t roll or IIO!, alll1 HaLle to ihlrrib:Jl1!nent I JIIIIIIII !, are liable 10 the s une pellalty as tho
e \\ ho 
ifhe retuses. 3 \"ie. c. 10. 'neglect to perform statutc 1:I!Jour. L \"ic. :!l, 
 -1:;. 


Ilcir and Dc,'isce Counuis!oiou. 
Thi'" Court. as now organb"rJ, i
 COI 'litutp I by the .\et 8 Yi- cap. . and is confineJ in its oprration to Vpper! 
'anada. its ù"ject IJ 'ill 0 IJr d prlllillil1! cl 111]5 to lan,l in Upncr L''In I.b., f1r w;lieh no ll'ltellt hath is ued, alld l ' 
I Jr ,1"
l'rt,iilllllJ: Ihr lJarLi^
 in \\'fJ"
e 1:'I\'or t:IC p'I C!lt.;; 
Jr s Ich la 1:; ou
ht re
l 

livl'ly to i "Ut'. .\ny part} 
.:Iaimin.! allY I,LII " 
n UJ1J!'
r (' .lIaJ.1,lor whi::h.no pat, It h. r:.1 is ô I. as I.. ill! 1'1' HeIr, He\'is"'e or .\

ignee, 
pf lh
o '
iilll 
om"lCt:: 01 th' rrown, or as Invl!I
 Ò>rl\ 1 a 11th- or c 1 to - - 11.1 I
, from or throu!!h any 
I ,jeh II 'Ir, , L\"i or .\
 i.;'" . b." .. riíf" I t'J hrin r hiJ cl ,im h HII ('")lIIml

iLo"ers.:lt their sittin
". 
1 ',-rsulI'1I1)', or b) .\
cnt or ,\tt rn-'", f"r:J tjll :i
,.ltio.]. T!]e CJllllni IC. UnftJ>f tl 
 -\ct. are appointed by Ihp 
, :Q'\crnor, un,ler the great s ,1101 the Pro\ incl'. anrl III ]
I inrlu ,'II' C I f JlIsti 'of I 
 Queell's Hench. the. 
\Ticc Cilan<'el,Jr. anti tlL l'ub > Jlld!(n of th
 GII
nn's Delich G. t I i'''r (':11 'a.1 II ' as lIIa'lY other per",ons 3S 
the Governor shall t:1Ín', fit. 'rho' at pr 
nt a,,-, . i It
 I ia tho ('O:,IHli

ioo, with Ihf' hi:!!! f lIlctionaric namcft. , 
He Rohert E. Burns. Jù:11I G. 
. . :J d J.l., ; G. t 'IP\\"'" . E-'.jllrns. \1'\' 11 f . 11I1ll;
 iOIl"rs (of whnn 
lhe ChiefJu5ti::p or the Vi,'_ 1:1 1I0r orOlll' of the l'lIisl 
 .1lI.I_(,
 rnu
t reone,) cOIl
titule a qllontm for Ihe 
'ra.ls Ic'ioll of hll"ill' I\ln I,'r t.. .\<'t, '1" sittir 
 of the ( Ill'\li
 -j )IINS arc at Ton nt . 0\1 thl' fir
t i\1onftayl 
.11 J,LIIu ar r an I t'lC 'Irst :.I,)n 1:1, 1.1 July. ia f c _'Ir; at e ":1 -f ,,".-11 ;11 rio ," the"o rt i" h"I<I. hr a, 
Jurn- 
I H' nt, lur rI (.11"' offuarte n 1.llp. Th d .'biolls ofth ('JIIHni
 J.' -!I'lll he filial. e'\:Cf- t that no If'tters 
"It lit f'nll ÕU" )11 .111\' ';
ioll ulltil af.
r Ihe lap. 'of all' c ','n lar 111 'lit'!. in ca
p '1n}t!,ill
 shnultl, in the l 
,neJ.lltillle, b
 hroll
h, to Ih' ,..",v:,> I 'ofthe C '.nmi onf'rs tJ 
 lV t L t' '1-f' re"llirf's that the i

'Jin
 Oi: 
he lettLr" [l'ltl'lIt hull I ( h.. st'Ii,l. until th v s'l'lll h:n,' an 01'1 Jrt'lnity of ff' 'Irin
 an I rl 'lrl
i,lt'rin
 the C3!-f'. , 
fhe Act lays tlown rules hr I'ro'e' 'II]
' be,.:>re the COIl1..I. l_nel_ Clerk to tlte CommtS3iOltt'r..,--\Villiam H. 
Lee, E'\:ecutive Coullcil Otr-
. :\IonlreJ.1. 


LitllHs of the O
strict
 au
l Counties in r,o,,
'
':- {ar.a
a. 
I IoweT Can,da i
 rlivi In 1 into fh"e Dbtrirt
 or Di
tri('ts I.f Queh,..,', 1\10 '11, Three RiveT!'. and 
t.! 
,';hrievaltic , p -ÏH!! lH>!incl .Jnlicatories. In pach Fr, n"j". 
)f the S,I!lCrior lIi-tri
1 of \lOlllrp:t1 a,HI (}.uel',pr tl,nl' Thl' CO!ITtS of l1u""n's 
"nch, !'ittill
 ill inferior Irrm. 
.J e
t<IbIIShe(l" Lourt of (l'lI en'
 Dench. 1'0--1' -in!! i.1- in the sP,l"al ni_,rirl
,: Qnehp<,. \Iontreal, Thor.t' l 
IIt'nen"ent allli s.l(.lerior civIl alld crimi',:JI jun,.,l1edon. Rh'ers, anr!. . Franc,". II'1\"e CO!!fII7an r e of, and trv 
I'hp JUd
L';: are. at Q'JI" ,th' Chief Jn
tic' of('
')r la. :InrI tif'tf'r:llIlIp iu 1 !'llIn'nan' l!'1ann
r, ci\ il c:J"e.;:, iiJ 
I md thre" I'lIi
Il" .lUll j aud t Montrp I, the ('hirf which thl" t,1'I!lpr in d,s'lute dues not e'\:cl'ed L20 cur-: 
I JIl
ticc of ;\Iontreal, anrl flm'e l)l:i lie .1u"- . rency. Ttl' ('ir-.,it Courts are heir! every \'ear. in tht 
I'IJf're is 'I}",) a 1'lJur
ot.'. ",OIl i I p ch, oflh
 ". Oi
tflci . 
 'Vf 1
 ("- IIIP'. in phr..." a",poiult 1 Þ\" the" Jndicatllf( 
fIn re a
e. h ,u '. I1lfen.lr JIJ,I\ tow;" Ithlll each of \ct: m tl Oi Iri'l- of (.I.'I!" - :J1HI 'Iontrpal respf''' 
,lh 111. In the DI,trict
 of Thref' f'I\'''r!-, !"t, Fmn- tÎ\elv. t "'V'I 'h I", I):f' Chief JI"'tice, or one of th"l 
-i" 1111 Ga"pe, ther,.. a"e al t) in 'I 
n l' ,t .1nrJicatnrit'
 .1.. . fIe " rf'neh cr one of Ihe Ctrcuit 
laLlishd. Tu
 {'onrt of Vi,
f' -\druimlty sits at (}.ue- .11lr1 in thp ni-tfl('tof Thfl'
 River;:. hv th.: resir1eu.J' 
. Th. ('("ut G; n.I'Ùru\ . .,' arp prf' .1("1 ('I "r in .1'1 : 'III in tt - IJi"trict I f St, Fran(')s IIv the pro-: 
'th" Obtrict of \j, Illrer! an" o.:IC n" by the I'HCIl t vinelal JL ': h ircuit. \\ ithin ifS limits havill!!' 
!.JUl' 
e
, alld in the ol'ler Oi-Iricr'" h
 1'0ll1111i' iOIlf'r ')f "lJnrurrent juris (,('!ion with tht' t'ourtofQut'el:'
 Bend" 
'Bankrup' "rïillt,..d' \" Ihe (;o'1p",I')r. There :JT,.. thrP'> j Ir the! ,1m... lIi,.triet, ill in'prior Tenn. Thp PrO\ inriaJ, 
I Circu}t J
d "Ie,r the lIi
trict o.f tlll'" 
r, :lnft f,)II
 fur J'II!!O for the Di
rriet of 
I. Francis is one of the Jurl!!C 
the. UISIrICt of \r-1trc'Il: .
I '1 hrc
 Rner" thcr!' IS :I ]fthp QIII't'U'S Hench for Ih:tt ni
trict, h:t\"Ïns.r wilhin 
fl' Hlent JIIIJ_P for t!le nl"tnctof t'1'1t nam,... anft at 
her- , 1" nme, PO\\ ers all/I :Juthori t \, eqn:' I "it}] the L 'r 
IIr .okea l'roviaci3\ In!!!i'' orthe Hi" rict of::-1t. Franci
; (-!Ut'CII'S H,"1ch JllrI"n
: alld .he ;]1:;0 ha!! the samt 
while at Per . i I tl: UH,lri<,t of (;a
p"'. thorl" is a re
i- 
Iowers anù allthority \\ ith rf'" rll to th ('omt ofl 
.It Distri
1 .III, !p. 1n<1 an th("r at 
ew I' r1i
l"'. ill the UII"ell'
 11t':-I('h {i)r the ni
fTÌ<'t of 'fhTpp Riv,..T!< as i
 
"GlInty of U il1..\'Cnt'tre. of the samp ni
lrict; hut th.. 'no
-t:..
t' J hy ;'11\' .T1I,1-
 of the ('ourt of Ql1I'cn's Bench 
,Ubtrict, :Io!.\'ilhstandin"', con.titutc only one ;3herie..... for the ni
tric.; ofQlIl"t . or :\Iontreal.-( Vide Judi-: 
..10.11. cflilire Art, ilh Vir. C
I" 1(;.) \ 
h Tf'r!TI s or Sessions ol'the Courtnf Quee')'s Rench, in Thf'rp is a Rp""lal.h,ticat1Jre Act for the District 01 
'

"C,rlOr Trrm. for the C('l!!nií:Jnce of 'III ('rlmcs anrl (;:t
(1e (ï Vir. Cap. n.) 'I'hp COllrts are held hv thp 
'rulllnal Olr
lIcP!'. anrl of an snits or :lctlon!! of a ch.n ni
tricl Jwl!:l's in their TP$p,,('li\e countiC!i and are: 
u:!
L:

, :I
C_
I: 1rt at s ta
tl yeriods_ 
p_ar
 y, in e_ac
 o fthe sin 

 to those in the othpr DiS
 




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1 58 SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CAKADIA
 AL
IANAC. 
. There arc al80 tribunals estalJlished in Lower Canada,I\Iontreallays the District of 8t. Francis. which con- 
Ifor the I!ummary trial of slllall cau;;es. '1libnling an e.:lsy Isi,;t
 of the twO Counties of Staus1Pad and Hherbrooke. 
l and e'ípeditious mode of recoverin
 petty,"eht::;, These l The Di8trict Town IS also ealled 8herlJrooke. 
arc called COlllmissioners' ('Ollrls, tormed unrler the The Vistrict of Quebec is vcr} l'.\tensive, having the 
lauthority of the Act 7 Vic. cap. HI, ami are held in the city of Quebec for its capital. 'fll!' River f:t. Lawrence 
/"e\f'ral parishf's or townships, upon petition of the iu- livides the District. 011 the nurth 
hle of the river are 
,IMhitant::; to thp Governor to nppoint Commissioner::;. '
itllated We Countie8 of Port .Neuf, Quebec, l\Iontmo- 
ITht' Circuit Judges in lluebec <InrI Muntreal nre, ex ! reuc y , and f;a!:!uenay ; '111(1 on t:
f' south side LotlJiniere, 
/ OJjiciO, Commissioners of the;;e rourl
 in their resppc- :Uegantic, Dorchester, Uellech,lsse. L'Islet, Kamour- 
live Dlslricts. The jl!ri;;:dic1ion of the Court::; is limited asca. aud Rimouski ; m'i]dn!;" the 11 COUlIties of which 
to ..fö ,is. cllrrenc\". For the dties and parishes oflthe Di
trict of Quebec i" fOrlned. 
i ' It:ebec an,1 Montnial. the Courts are held \\ eeldy, e\"ery The inferior District of Gaspe, partial1y horderin.. on 
,Monday, not being a holi,lay, and ifso, then on the t'ol- the Gulf of St. Lawrence, is compo>ed of the two 
,!owin
 d<lY; '11111 for nil other places tiley nre held ConlIties of Gaspe aud ßonaventure. 
l,llollthly, on the first Monday of every month, 1I0t being The members cOlllposing the Rurall\lunicipnl f'oun- 
a holid.IY, and if so, then on the followim; day,-the cils of Lower Canada, nllder the Act 10 nnd 11 \Ic. 
rommissioners ha\'ing p:J\\'l'r to. ndjour
 to ar
y other cnp: 7, Dre cho
ell, by thp people in their respcctive 
lays the v lIIay deelll neces!mry, tor ht'arlll!;" wltnes>es par'ish2::; or to\\'nsillps; and III c<lse of any pari,;11 or 
.Uld determIII ing SllltS. '.rhe Act mal,cs provision, in township refusing or neglecting to elect Councillors. tbe 
',letail, ffJr the mode of procedure, &c., in the Conllnis- Governor in Council shall appoiut t:'l'lII. The pre>iding 
"iollers' l'oart
. officer of each Couucil is strled the 1\1:1 \'or of the 1\Iuni- 
, The civil I<lWS of Lower f'<lnacla me of French cipality, "nd is cho
ell by the ('oulJ('i1iors from alllon" 
i0rigiu, and hase j upon the old feudal s}'stern. 'l'h
y thomselve::;. Each ('ou
Jeil also <lppúillts its 
ccrctal}: 
lare those wInch prevniled at the 111111' of the con- Treasurer, mill a Deputy Graud \ oyer for the sUI'erin- 
quest of rhe country by Eu
lan,I.-the 1,I\\'s. lallglm!!e t['ndence of Roach: an,( llrid!:!es in the !\Iunicipality, and 
" and customs ofthp people having then heell !!uaranll'ed l three .\s;;:essors for the \aluation of propert}' liable to 
undcr till' Tre.lty of Capitulation of Quehec. The alSies;;lIIent; also Collectors, Surveyors, &c. &c. The 
criminal law of En!!lallll, hfJwever, is in force ill Lower Councils nre authoriæd to raise monies IJv assessment, 
;Canada, as wI'll as in Upper C:mada. \\ it!1 such altera- to a limited extent, for the purposes of the 
everal I\luni- 
tions as m:!}' ha\'e been iutrodllce'i into it by subscquent cip:tlities. The powers and objccts of the Councils are 

 \cts of the Provincj,ll Legislatures. These have gene- set forth with lIluch fulnps,; mid precision in the Act, 
rally becn, the adoption of those JIIodinc<ltions of the which provides also for the (livi;:ioll of certain Counties, 

riminnl I.l\v, which have heen from tim" to time u1'1de iuto distinct i\fuuicipalities, the local limits of each 
by imperial "'gislation in EnJ!land. since the introduc- divisionlO lJe defilled by the Governor in Council, and 
ion of the English crimiual code intfJ the l'rovince, l1ulIlhered one, two or tlIrl'e, as the case may be, in pro- 
The tenure of propertv is also feudal, \\ ith the e'\:cpption portion 10 population. The Council of each 1\fuuici- 
fthat oflandi\ in the To\\'n
hips. The
e 1,l!Ids ha\ e lJeen p<llity sll<lll hold its meeting's nt thf' parishes, villages, or 
I laid out for lSettlcment. of late year". i II the District of 
t. places 10110\-, ing, viz ;- 
Francis. nnd partially in other Ðistrict", where new EONA VENTt:RE COU1"?/-nJ\'i
ion first at New Car- 
townships ha\'c heen sun'cyed. and arc hpld in free and 1i
le ; Division second at New Richmond, I 
,
Ollllnon soccage. In order to rem.)\'e. in sOllie mea- ßE'UHARI\'OIS Cu'Unty-Di\"ision first at ßenuharnois ; 
...ure, the inconveniences and (!iflicuIli"s attending the Division second at Huntin!!;,{on. 

feudal syste'n in the 
ei!!niOries, and to render more nELLEC!lAS
E Cmwty-at 
t. I\Iichel. 
'secure and !> ItI
factory the 'fitll's to property, a s
'stem ßFRTIIIER Cuullty-at Berthier. 
lof Re;!;istratiou has been recenth' I'stahlished. which, in CHA
IDLY C01l11ty-
t l'hamhly. 
processoftillle.must prod,Jce heneficial ell(.('ts, the more CIHMPLAIN GlUnty-at Stp. Genl'vieve de nnti
can. 
its advanta;!es are understood and availed of. A svstem DORCHESTER County-nivision first at Hte. Marie; 
of local manicipal (:(o\"ernml'nt has nlso I'eeil introducetl Division second at St. Henry. 
which cannot tail to prove auvantal!COII
, \\ hcn thp l>RU'\DWVD Cmml1/-at Drummondville. 
peol>le learn hvexperience Ihe value of the jJrivile:!;es GA
I'E Cml1lty-Di\'ision fir!-t at Perce; J)ivi
ion 
thus cOnferrf i on them. allll the superiorit,v of the sys- ;:econd at Gnspe llasin; Division tbird at Amherst 
telll over that which formerly prevailed. The nllmici- lIarlJollr. 
palb\\" h:J!' alrp'lrly 11"l'n acted upou, to a considl'rablc TlI'NTI'iODOX CO'Untlt-at Lflprairic. 
extent, allli. each ,car, we shall no douht witne>s its K \
IOI'RA!'KA Cu'Unty-at Kamouraskn. 
lIlore extensi\"e !'pread iu e\-ery countv. 'flIp Act re- J.'I<;LET Cuunty-at L'Islet. 
2:ulatin!;" the mlluicipal authorities in Lower Canadn is LOTDI'iIFRE Cuunty-at 
t. Croix. 
the 10 a!Hlll Yic. cap. 7. LF.INSTER Co'Unty-at L'A!'somption. 
The nistricts of Lower f'.marla are l1ivided into MOXnWp.FNcI County-Division first at Chatenu 
C'ollntie
. III Montreal thNe arc 16 <'ounties; in Que- Richer; Divi!':ion seconrl at St. Jean de L']sle. 
I hec 11 ; in Three Rivers.). in 8t. Francis 2, and in MEO.'''TIC CIJ'U71ty-at Lped!'. 
(;aspe 2.-in all 36 cOllnties. each of which returns a I\fISSISSQI;OI County-at ])nnlmm Flnts. 
representative to the J'rovincial J'ariialllent. TIlerI' I\IO:\TREAL Counly-<iI St. Laurent. 
are, hesides, the cities of 1\10ntreal and Quebec. return- .NIcoLET County-at Becancour. 
in:!; two m
mbers earh to Parliament. Dnd the towns of OTT.HVA Cuunty-Division firH at Ayln'er; Division 
IThn'e Rivers and Sherhrookl', returning one member 
econd at Lochaber ; ni\. ision third at Litchfield. 
!Cach; makin!:! the whole nllmber of Parliamentary re- PORT NEIIF County-at C<lp Sanle. 
, I.resenfat;ves for Lower Canadn -12, the same as for QUFDEC ClJ7l71ty-at CharlesbourJ!. 
,Upper Cana,la. RnlOt:"Kl CU1wt!,-Division first at Rimouski ; Divi- 
i The Di
tri.
t of Montreal is very e'\:tensive. Montreal sion second at Riviere du LOllp. 
i
 the capital, whpre the Courts, &c., are hPid. The RICHELIEU Cuunty-at St. nellis. 
District lays p Irtlv alon!;" the Hanks of the Ottawa ROUVIl,LE COIlltt!f-at Fit. Athanase. 
River, '11111 the Ri\er 
t. L"\Hencp. the J:;ltter rUllning SWUFSW Co'Unty-Division first at Les Eboulemensj 
throu!:!h its cpntre. On the Ottawa and the north sirle Division Second at Grand Baie, 
of the St. Lawren('1' arf' situate, I the Counties of Ottawa. SHERDROOKE Coullty-at Sherhrooke. 
Two 
lountains, ;Uontreal. Tf'frehonue, Lt'inster and f'T\'VSTEH) County-at Stnnstend. 
ßerthil'r: and on thesOllth 
idc ofthp 
t. Lawrence the FiuEFFoRD Co'Unhf-at f'1heflord. 
coullties ofValHlreuil, Be'luharnois. Iluntiu!:!don. Ron- ST. HVACI'VTHE County-at 
t. Hyacinthe. 
vUle. l\lissis'1uoi. ('hfllllblh Vercherre;;:. Richelieu, 
t, ST. i\1 \ URICE C07mt!l-at Yamachlch
. 
IIv<lcinthe find I'hetrord. The;;e 16Coumies form the 'r\\'o I\]OU'VT.HNS Cuunty-at St. B.'nOlt. 
District of Montreal. TERREDoNsE CU1l11ty--nt f'1t. Tht'resc. 
Next in gr'o
raphic<ll orrler is the Di"trict of Three V AUDREUIL County-at Va1ulrelJiI. 
Rivers, which i.. also di\'i le.i hy thl' lU\'pr 
t. Law- VERCIIERRF8 CUlt11t!l-at Yercherres. 
r"nce. Thp District town is also named Three Rivers, Y AMASK,' Cmtnty-at 8t. Francois. 
On the north side of thc river arc situated the COllntie
 'Taking in all thirty-si't: f'ounties; anrl thol'e of them 
Jf Rt. I\f.lI1ricp anrl <'h<lml)!ain : and on th,' south sidt' which ale rcqll i red hy the Act to be divided into t\\'o or 
those of Yamasha, Nicolet, ami Drulllnmnrl. Thest' three distinct :Uunicipalities, arc iudicated with suffi- 
ive counties form the inft'rior ni
trict of Thref' Ri\'ers. cient cle<lruess in the foregoing table. Ench Council 
To the en!>tward of the DÜ:tricts of Three Rivers and must hold four Quarterly mcetiugs each year, on the 



' SCOBIE & BALFOUn.'S CAXADIAX ALi\1AKAC. 59 i 

econd ßJonda\' iu June, 8eptcmber, December, and they appear to have been carefully framed, as \\ell a s i 
I -'Iarch und ihey are at fibcrtv to meet olwner, if tbose r('larin
 to the Rural :\lunicipahties, for the pur-I 
nece
s
ry. . pOSl' of providinl{ good and suflìcient local !'elf govern-' 
I The \ct makes sepamte pro\-i"ionIiJr the incorpora' mem within the respecti\e bounds of each, for protect- 
tion into (1i
tinct MUllicipalities ofVilla
es, 'fowns and ing property, promoting IJecp

ar) improvements, and 
oroughs not alre.u!y incurporated, cout'lilling forty a""uring the inh
hitallts iu a fu
1 mea
ure.of!'uch lIIat<:- 
.Iouses or upwanls, \\ ithin a t:pace of thirry superlicial rial progres05, satety am! protection as Institutions of tills 1 
larpeut.
 or acre
. The power!' and rlutie" of thes, Je
r.riptiou, properly directed, arc 80 \\ell calculated to, 
I \Iunicipalitie" are set forth at length in Ihe .\ct, alld allord. 


I General
: :'

ee
 
:;'1
 
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'

: CI"k.; F
w.rn ..' 
" ,....., H 'hI Ulick Freer, ðurvu/or, Torouto, {Callada \Ve
t); P. P.\Var-, 
Post-Illaster, GCTlt1al-1 he RI
ht onora e Iburton, Clerk.: John Dewe, ::'11Tl'eyor, hlllgHon, (Cen- 
John, Earl of lJlallrH'arde. 
errctary t
 the Post Offire tral Canada) . F. \V. 
ta\ ner Clerk. 
-Lt. Col. \\'m, Le,'der )laberly. &cretary to tlte l " .' I 
Post-lIll/sl
r G
ncrtd-Rowlall(l Hill, F"q. Priz'ate OFFICERS I" CHARGE OF TII
 ERITISII 
IAILS. 
Secretan/ to Po
t-Jlaster Gemrl1l-Gust<l\'US C. Coru- ß N B . k I 
1 1:\1 ' 
w.tn, E
IJ' Chief Clerk-Charles JollII
on, ES<I. .Ac- etween "- ew rut
!'\\ IC .am . entr<<:a, " aJor 
cnuntant Gpne'ra'l-Charles COlllfJ101I, J:!>q. Receiver ,James Lalllg and f. II. \ 
lIe. Jlall, CiJruluc- 
General-Thomas Youn", Esq. ltlspecltJr Gelteral- tors bet\\'f'en .YIontreal an
 Quebec, Jl'rellllab Mad- 
Jnhll Rams..,., Esq. plesidcnt lIIolle!, Order Qfjìce- of!"n (T
nd C. \\. ILlyden ; C '!. bet\\eel
o
tre.al, aJ\
, 
\VIII. Ðarth, tsq. GE'Vf:RAL !'OST On'ICE-St. :\lartin'li 1\,111",,1011, n. B., T..,urquand, )
. Putlllau: 
oUlIl
rd , 
I G I L I I dO" hetween KIlL"lOn and loronto, \\ .ßro\\n, A.Tod, 
cram, OIl( on. ,. :md A. McDonald. I 
General Post Ofhce Dcparhucnt oI 
Cana.da. Nc'v Brul1s,,'ick. 
Thomas AI1
n :-:ta) lIer, 
)
pllty P
st-lI!a.ter Grneral, John Howe, Esq., St. JOIIII, Dep1lty rost .!IImter 
'lontreal; GIIhert L. l.nlhu, Chlcf Clerk to Depu- Gel,eral j W. "'. ßarnanl, Esq., Surveyor j James 
tl/ Po. -Jlaster Gl'Iwrl1l; T. Sutherland Srayner, Hoplev, 1st Clcrk j 'V. D. French, 2nd do. j V. B.' 
bt do. j E.lwin I\.iu!!, 
lld do.; C. Grilfin, 3rd do. : Hutch"i"on 3rd do. I 
Edwin A. Kin!!, .t1rcuuntUllt to General POòt Office; I' , . 
Horatio .\. \\-.ckstell, 1st Clerk to Acr JIIl/tlwt; Jo)ll'l Nova ScotIa. 
\
l1worth, :!nd do. j Ro' ert Jul
all, 3rd do.; E,hl.ard I -\rt!iur \Vood
ate, Esq., lIõllifax, DCp7tly Post-Moslerl 
C. Hayden, 4t1tdo. j John Davidson, 3th do, : J. T. )11-- Gellerat. H. 1\1. \Vat50n, 1:sq.. 
I/Tt'fyOT nf POEt OJ: 
Cuaig, liUt do. : :5ll1ith Allen alld Jeremiah l\Iulien. _l\les- jire,
. f'. II. IIaJllllton, .\. Y. Crei 6 hton, John Adam!',' 1 
selt{,"Cr1J j \\ïlliam Henry Grifiìll, Suru' 07', Quebec and Frederick Passow; Clerks. 
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In the Briti,;h North \mcrican Colonies, Iptters are Xewspapers excpe,lin2 t\Vo oz. char;!erj 1d. currency, 
rated by wei;,;:ht, accord III!! to the tòllo\\ iug sc,de :- per oz., e;\cept Coloni,!1 :-0 e\\ spapers addressed to the 
ror a lette
 not exceelling 
 oz, . .. .. 1 Rate. C"nitcd hingdom, and British þ,{'wspal'ers allrlressed to 
.Do. do. 1 oz. . .. . . 2 Rates. the Provinces, which ar(' not lunited a!> to weight. 
Do. do. 
 oz. . ., .. -1 R:Jtes. I ,very Supplement, or additional sheC1 1O an} 
c"'s- 
])0. do. 301.. . .. . . 6 Rates. paper, rated .separately. 
Do. do. 401.. . ., .. "' 
att-s. Prilltcd YOIC!:! and procl'pdin
s of Colollial Le!!i
la- 
And so 011, a,Min!! [,\ 0 Rates for every addirio 131 oz. tures, fOr\\ an' ',I bv mail \\ irhill thl" Pro,"inces, or to 
After We first 01.., fract.o:!:!1 parts net n Iticed: thll
, the United KinrzdOlñ, or to the Brilish 'Yest Jndies, for' 
if a lelter exceed!> one 01;, it is four Rates, auJ 2 oz. "i\ the foHúwing rates :- 
Rates. If ".,"' I ] 
Rdtps are computed accordiug to Table" of Distaoces IIOt e"ceedwg 
 oz. III 

elg It.. . . ll. cur
:ncy. 
and Rate", in the \losses"ion of Pe::;t )IastCfs, as 1'01- D Do. I :} 01.. ' - 
 I ' 
lows :_ o. -: 01.. .. , . ,)1. 
For a letter not exceeding! 0;'. in \\ei!!ht, Do. Hi oz. .. . . .Jd. I 
(\\ ithout re!!ard to the numher of viece;; at' And so on, ad :ing hI.. cnrr('lIcy, for ('\ery adòitional' 
which It is composed,) cOlI\e}ed (j(J miles I , :
:H o
nces. 
\"I:en sent ,hy pri\ate 
hip, .do
ble rates'! 
and under . , . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . 4"d. c Y I he enreme \\ el!!ht allowed to I e mailed, IS SII pound... 
Do. 0\ er GlI miles 10 IOU, inclusive. . ... . . .d. Pamphlets allli Publications, printed in the UniteJ! 
Do. " lUll .. to 200, " !),I. Kiugdom. or in British North America, or in thl' Britishl 
])0. .. 2(jfJ to 300, ....... lI
d. 'YestIndi('S,senth
"mail,\\ithinllritishNorrhAmerica, 
Do. .. 30U .. to 4,)0, .. . . ... .. Is. ltd. or to the United :::;tates, or to th(' British 'Yest Indies' l 
Do. .. 4-)0 " to 511(1, .. . . ... .. Js. 4d. at Jd. currency per oz., in ndditiolt to amI Sea postoq-e, 
And so on. Letter::; re-directed are rated afresh for the I Pro\<ided they do not e,"ceed lli oz. Pamphlets mailed 
further di
tallce. 10 any part of the United Kingdom, suLject to letter \ ' 
lIet\\een the PrO\'ince amI the rnitvd Kin!!dom, a po,;ta;:e. 
unilorm chawI' of Is. 2d. sterlin
, or J>I. 4d. currency, l'al1lp:1I('(8 and Puhlications printed ill the United 
per half oz. En
lish letters re-directed, 2
d. currency,States, brou6ht hy post from thellce into the I'ro\"ince, 
additional per half oz. I'Ilar!!ed Id" currency lier oz. If re-mailed, subject to 
Leuerilillay be pre-paid or not, at the option of thp fulllcttcr posta!!e. 

ender. I No printed Xl'wspaper, f':uppll'llIent, Yotes or pro- 
Colonial Kewspapers not exceedinr: two oz. in WI il!ht"ceedin
s of any Colonial Legi,lature, ]'amphlets or' 
rated at 
d. currency. To a Briti...h Colony be}ond 
ea, ['ublicatiou:;, sent by post, at these rates, e"cppt \\ itllOut 
uhLn not inte1tded to pass t!trough tlte UltÏted KÎllgdollt, a cover, or in a cover open at We ends. f':hould any 
or to any l'orei!!n Country (the C" nited :"5tates excepted), on(' contain any writin!! or nwrk!', heyotul the address, 
to Lc I,re-p;, ill 
d in adllilioll to any Foreign ::':ea. IJQ"Wgc Ihl' whele )J:lchet willl.Jc charged with fllillettpr po!>tao::e. 
To the 1''Ist Indies and China, 3d. to Le pre-paid. To Th(' Inland posta!!p, 011 all LettNs, )'aper
.l'amphkts. 
th(' UnitPd f'tate
. Ii!. to be pre-paid. 
&c., for the United 8tatl"s, must be pre-paid. otherwise 
United :"5t;;'les N I"wspapers, brol\
ht by p
,st into the Ihey will not be Ibrwarded, but sent to the Dead Letter I 
Province, 1,t. currency each. If J'e-posted in the l'ro- Uttice. I 
vince, letter pust');!e. I Unclaimed Letters, Paper!', &c., after havint! bæn 
Colonial I'\e\Vspapers sent free to the United Kin!!- first ad\"ertised, and thosf' which may be refused hy the' 
dorn, or to any Briti"h ('olony by way of England, and parties to whol1l thev an' addressed, mu
t he transmitteJ I 
Hritish XC\\ !>papers duly stmnped received free from I hy the ]'ost :\Ia
t('f in whose posses
ion they are, to thel 
the United Kingdom. Dead Leuer Office at l\!:;r;:Ucal. I 



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SCODIE 
 BALFOUR'::' CAXADli\:'; ALì\JAXAC. 


I 
I 
j tihewin,! tl,e manner in wkicl, Ihe service is pcrformed, '1Ûlct!tcr by ðlcu7IIboals, Paose7lger Coachc!'. or on 
lIorseback: lilt: lwurs oj arrival allll deparlllre, at bot/t ellds oj ellc!' T()ule Tcs}Julu'dy; tlte distance 
belloeen Ihl! iulerme/ltate Po
t ùjj,us, alitl lJ.e dls!allce of eaclt Post Offite front TUJ 01110. 


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1\1 A I:X PRO V I N C I A L R 0 UTE. 


: I. ". I "'If Lc o ,>pl nin of tl:e . naviga
ie'l at 7 a,m, the followin;:; d:JY. 
I'orollto, 
 la;.;ara, / .. 1'\ 1'1'- I )'I'..r till the 31st \\'hen
e the mails and Va;;- 
! (tuccn!l>ton & iI'C'''- 1 '1St. C\!II:Jrines.... '"' ,., \fa}, j',clt.si\,'; üt I p...I. 
e:I':ers are forwarded h} 
i
ton, l'I. Y. t(lueen
toll. . . ..,1.) n-1fnm Jst JU!le h) lCt:, .pt.. railro:'-:J to Montreal, a dis- 
, - 
 iag,lra . . . .... -;- h),; ulcl'l 'i \'e, anI at \I JIl from tinc' of nine miles, '1'111' 
, By I"teamhoat daily, Snn- - I1th:C' ,," nh<,r till th 1'!. t.
.lIl1erS u"u..lly lea\'e La- 
,,!a}s e:"cl,ltr I, in ::;llllllller,i t'l'he route t-y Queell-Io!! Jf the l,avi!mtiOIl. Thf'} rhille at ìut 1 p. 1,1., al)(: 
'j eaves '1'oro,)[o at 113.1f-p ::,t'O Xiagara. is circuito:a
,"
ave Ki:I:;ston d:Jily (Sun- pjve N Kin!:!:"ton at4 p.lIl. 
:' a.m.; arrives at Lewist
 I'lrom/:-,.t. Catharincs to .
I- 'a}s e\ct pH I) at.3 ;J: 111,. the followil g day, 11I':...re 
,a!Jout 12 m.; le'l\es Lew',,- I db!fa threct, IS but I:! Illiles. and perform the trip::', e,tller the (:epanure of the lahe 
'ton at 1 p,m., aud arri\'es ,It 
 Ferry to L"\\ i
(oII. X, \\, 
, in ahout 18 hour. or !'teamer 10r Torouto, b\ 
Toronto ahout 51
.1II. 'fhre, Y., one lIIi1e
 hy Ilùr"
 I 'it. Ir ,. '.rhey are tir"t clas" \\ hich tl 
 III ,ils aud pas- I 
,.mles a-\\'el'k III \VlUter. ,IcrUS the Nw
,lra RI\er. ats. 
ellgers are fOr\\ arded WCbt- 
ILeaves Toronto at 9 a,lll. - ill" 1\\',lrJ. I 
on l\!onday,\\'cl!l' '..laYZ1'Hl I,'. ']"oronto to 1 t,es, In winter the Etages leave 
IFrið.ay; If'ave Lc,\ i iJian:iitol1 aud !Lon- Port Ho:'e..... .. (jJ KingstOIl at II p.III., and ar- 
Iat!Ja.m. on Tue "ay,Tlhll". don. ('oilour'.. . . .... 7 ," rive in ì\lontrc,11 about f- 
,Jay and Saturday. King
tun. . . '" .1('.3 I,; a.llI.. secOl.1! day: leave 
, Turouto tu ft1 J?y passen!:!er co
che!i' - !"Iontreal at noon, and ar- 
i Niagara.... _ . . . ùÛ 'IaIlY. LeaH'" IIanllltu!I at' VII. rÏ\c at Kingston alout 10 
QueclI
[(:)l\ amI . è, p. Ill., arr,v, s at 
ùnJon ':'
-:"out
 ar:<<:t- :;:{in
-IP.m. neU ('ay. 
Lewlbton . . ,. 7 'i3 l about 9, a.ln. L, ,IH Lon- stOll,.N TilE :\IWLA:\I 1U ' 1 
, _ don at half.paH I, p. 1l1..
 DISI
ICT. I Toro'1lto to .t'Û es. 
I II. arri\l's at Hamilton about - KJ1I,,
ton.... _ . .165 
,I'orouto aUld flu.w- 'J. a.lII. t ra

ingthrou
h the HOllie I (; I\
n' que ... 20 IQ.3 
I H ton. '1'oroll/
 10 ft!iles, X 
'\\'ca,.tl

 VJI to. id, an,( I '\ on;!e -. .. . .. 2:} 20
 
I - IIanll.ton.. ..... .-16 )1\llIalidl lotncts. Brochnlle.. . .. !I:!l4 
By steamboat d:lilv, Sun- Anca
1 'r. . .... . . 7 ":1 (Land Rmt!('.) j )\I'lltlmld....... 5 2.!2 
da}s e'\cepted, in 
Ullllllel HranUonl.. .....17 -;- n} P

'''''l'''''rcoaChl3.hilY' 1 Prescott.. ...... 72:!!I 
!Leaves Turonto at 2 pili.' Hurford....... .1'1 
 Lea\'> Torollto,durin;:; 
nm- Ldwardsburgh.... 9 2-15 
mrrÎ\es at lIamiltO,1 aOOm \\' ù ',.rock... . ..n 9';ln,,'r, at (j p.m., and arriv( :\fatilrla. . . .. .. (j 214 / 
:ûP,1II.; le,n, > ll,undl J\1 <;, Bea n !nllle...... 
 10'!atKi:O""")IIat
',a.m,secollù \Y. \Villiamsbur!; t; 
j1 
half-plst 7 a,1II., an I arnv, (hfonl. . . " . , .:) 107 J3Y; Ie ...
 
...n!."ton at II \Villiamsbur::\ E.. 82';" 
I,lt Tùrontu ,.1 It]:! 111. III LOlldon.,. ." . . .:..:! 1:!9 11,111" alld arn\es at TOTOn- f l'Il,lhruck.. . .. 7 
û7 
,\Vintcr by .Iaily P
' _,ngpr - Ito:Jt 
 a.m. Sl -0111 day. Dinl elibOu';,;Laml- 

o.lchf'i. Lea\e 'foront" Y. In wi 'I"r thp. st _ sic vr ill ,. . . . .. 22fJ!1 
lall
 H:milto'l at !I a.IU"anl! l LODfl0 1 
and AnI" Toroll 
 daily ,!
 10 a.IIl.. :\,Ic dinctte.. . .. 627.) 
'UrI\"C 11\ butll places about Itcrst:.htr;;b.. an.! arn\"es at [..,111', )U at (rruw,tll...... 6 \?Pl 
;6 p.m. -) p.I11. next day, a:1I1 le:iH' L:J ler...., 162!7 
'Torollto to lilacs, By passen
L'r coarhe .\:ill' to,\ daily, at, a.m., C, }u Lan,ling.. 20 317 
I Crpdit......... 11 ,laily. Lea\'es L n,'.:m at w,} arri\'cs at T01Onto at 2 C, Imu du Lac... 3320 
Oakville.. .., ... 11" It, a. m.. arri\p" at .11.111-,,).111. lIe:..t day. ('e.lar". . . ..... (; 32.; 
I \Vellilll;!01I 
 luare 1
 ;.ì ler;,thurgh ahout 1'1, a. n
 . ]]:'Z Q Lachine. . ... .. 2
 3,1-1 
! Hau1Ïlton....,.. 8.1:; t>ertùnning thc dl",tancc \11 Toro/lto to " t en Montreal. ...... .. 9363 
, _ l 'I:"JIJt .1'" !tours. LL:nC" 1 F
arhoro'......]1 
I III. .\lIIher,.thLH;!h at -I, p Ill.. I'ickrrin;;...... 11 22 IX. 
: Tornnto.lI:u'"liiton. arrive
 at London ,,-hout..., \Yhith>,....... I.i .!::- J.Ion:rcal &;('Lucbec. 
I Que('ustou all(L.:\' i-i I, III" III; ','i I ; tl.e jOlunc\ 0 'h
w I.. .. . . .' I 

:' I ' . -, 
I a
ara. III about :.u hOUTS. Harl\ll tGII. . . .. !J 41 Dally la wmter-three 
, _ I Toran/a to JfiLes, Nc\ c1
tle...... 5 4utime8 a \\eek in summer. 
By passeng'r co'\chr I LI)\l!ion....... c.) I Clarhe......... .3 51:1 ca\'es Montreal amI Que- 
Idaily. Leaves Toronto :n l \'
'L Imill ter,... ü IT rurt HUI C . . . .. 12 û ÌJec at.3, p. Ill., awl arrÎ\es 
13, p. m., arrives in Hamil- nclaw
re..... -. (j I II ('01 )ur:.( , . .. . .' ï 7( at either place at 5, a. Ill. 
I toll ahout 1 a. Ill. LeaH's l:',frid. ., -.. 11 l.j' l I1al<1imillld..... 7-ITrip performed either way 
lIarniltou at .í, p. Ill., ar- !\Io
a........ - 1
 l'j. f' J
hornc .. ...... Î P.) in 3ù hour
. 
I rives in Toronto a"out :
_ '1'iM:ne
\ ille " . . 1') liD Hri:.(hto'l. .., 
 {I:}i (Land Roule) 
a. m. Leavps H'lmiltoll :0. '.,hitehall...... !II- P.i\"cr 'I'rent.... 10 103'Tl'r01/to to ftliles 
I Viag:rra .It tI, p. TlI., ,Irrive
 Uak igh. . . .. .. ii 11) ]
"llrvillc . . . . . . P l1J :llontreal...... .3G
 
:-it Queen ton al uti. a.lll.. *\Vin..
or......;j! I (h
nllollville.. -. !J I:?:i Repcllti:,:ny....}.) 378 
.111<1 at 
i,lgar,l al )\It
, :;:,1I1'1\\'. h . . . ... 2:!-1 
'lllalllV' ..... 16 J 1.1 L.l\'altric. . .. . . 17 3!!J 
1,1. m. Lr Ive Q.ueen
toll AIll!ler"t!Jllr 'il. . . 1; - J\f()rVl'n. . . ., ., ,) 1.J,) "Uerlhier...... - 13 4U
 
,'loout 4, p. III" arrivu ill - '\ri:1 f'rcok .,. Q I, ,.I f:t. ßarthelemie .. 10 .H
 
:n,lllllllon .lLout 4, a. IJI. "Fcrry to Detroit, !\:i
hi- li:illg!5ton....... I:! l.i.3 :\Ja
qllinoll
e.... 7 -1:!.) 
'Tur/ll,to tl) ftfi'es, 
,lII, h\ sU" mer, acro,,;:; th tRi\'ierp rln Loup. G 4:n 
Et()hicoke-. . .. . . 
 Uetcoit l{jver. I VIII. Yamachiche.... 64.r. 
f'ooksville . . . . . .!-' If Kiiì1ï;ston ant] "'?Iou- Thrcc Rivers. .. 16 4
 
Crerlit. .,.. . 3 I!' VI. ' tre::!. Challlplaill.. . . . 1.) ':1>' 
Trafalgar. . .... . . 4 
, I'o1'on
o and nin
- tB:J.tiscan nridge. 104ït- 
Palermo. . . '" . . 7 3 
ton, IS TilE ;\lwl,
', I '1'\1rOll:.(11 the 
firll1nrl. Ste. Anne de la 
Nelson. . . ...... :, 
" IhsrRlcT. JOIIIIsl \
"I. amI LI"tCrII I'erade....... 54-":3 
lIamilton . . _ .,..11 46 '),
tncl" )f GPI - (' .lIa".... GrOlldines.... . 9 <192 
Sto'lev Creek. . . . ü 5<! (Steamboat Rmtte.) lUd tl}" Di"lnct or 'lulltre'll l - 
'Crilñ'iby. . .... . .IU û'! - III Lo\\ f'r Can aLIa. 11\ * :\Iail communication, 
Heamsvillc. . . . . . Ii (j- l
y steamers. which Ip:1v,' 'am boats, daily. ùurill
 daily, wllh \Vilham Ilenrv. 
I Jordan......... 7 7,) Toronto and Kingston d.lil) ' tile season cf lla\"i'!atiOn, ! tBralich post to St. Leon, 
_ (Sundays c\:ccptc,1) durill '\\1(1 by pa"senger coaclte::, t\\ ic 
 a week. 
; "!\]ail twice a Wpp.k from the 8e,lson of lla\'i
,ltlun. l 'lail Y durill
 winter. Thp t Branch po
t thrice a- 
: Grilllshy to SmithviI\e. ten The st.PameB lea\.c '1'0- 5tealller
 Ica'.c Kill
ston 
t7 \\ eel
 to llatlscan, and St. 
, miles. ronto at l
 noon, from thc a,III.. anti arnvc at Lachllle Stal11slas. 



SCOBiE &. BALFOUR'S C:\
ADIAX AL\IAKAC. 6 1 \ 
ll1ile!'.' .'Ifiles.! !tIiles.,Quebec to .lIliles.! 
DcEchambault.... 
 

â Three Riv:'rs . .. 3
 j
I FrCrlcrickton,N.n.2t 
t
1 
.71
 r.?I


n.t.: j
 5.'ii 
Port Xeuf..., .' 65.1-1 QueLec......, 9051.3 H.di!,u, N. 
... .:!:Jt I:!UI' Mal Day. . . ... .
5 8ù 1 
Cap:';ante \..., 7.311' , l'ilgrill1l
landi!....25 tIJ,) 
Quebec. _ . . . . . 3
 5-l3' 1 XL ! XII. I 'l'allOl:s;lc...... .J.3 HO' 
Q.ucb
c.
f'
vBruns-' I Qe.cbf'c and nali- I Hic .......... .35 1.51 
I x. I n'"ir!.:. aud 
ova fax. N. S. J\iitl:! llar/Jor. . . ..1.3 t:!(' j 
;.Uoctrcal aud (
UC- 
cot;a. - Cape Chat.. '" .7U 2!)1t, 
; bl'C. I - Rv Sea. At one time, a l <<'ave .\lagJelaine. .7U 3hO, 
, Twice a \Vt'ek from Une- .f"a-mer, the U7t1COPI. plieù Cape Rosleu'. . . .6;) 4251 
I (Steambont ROIlt!' in Sum- "r
-m'lil cart. Anh'es at re.!ularlv between l.!ueLcr' (:.11 e <<;asl'e. '" . . .10 435, 
, mer.) jU.uehec on Saturday and and Pictou, in the SUlOmf'r1 <<'ape D' Fsi oir. . .:-on 411;): 
\\'edll(:sda
, a
 
 a.m.,le<lve
 season, carrying the mail, I:.IY of f'hall'urs.. .
5 490 1 
I SIX time'> a week. Le;H"e
 ltuebec all Monday and'anJ pa

engers to ami fro III I J\Ilrimichi llay. . .5,) 54.), 
I .\Iontrcal at 6 p,m., ami ar-! Friday, at -I p.lII. . ,tile, Atlalltic :5team S
lIpS RirhiLuclo lIar...2:, 5j3 
ri\es at QuelJC.: at 7 a.m, : Turonto tu ,"oliles winch pl
' bet\\een LJ\e r -, 
hediac lIarLor...:J.t 6U. 
I leaVeSQU
lccat;) p.m.,aml l Üucl'c
...... .;';-\3 )1001 anll Halifax; hut thi>" 1 Hay Verlc -.... .-13 K>l 
;urivcsat)Iontrealati"a.rn, lU\,ere du Loup arCOllllIlodation has b
en Plctou........60 i!(;
 
r"ronto to IIltlell. cn b::s . . . . . .1 U C.3j discou,inued. Aitholll!h thi
' 
, Montreal...... .363 , 
I:!.dawa
('a.... H 7;}, is 1I0t a mail route, thc 01- (Stage.) · 
\Villiam Henry. . 4.) 418 , Graud Falls. . . . :\1\ 7.-Ilowillg table may Le appro- , Truro.. . . . .. .tn ';.)0 1 
1'ort ::51. t'rancis. _ 3û .14-1 \\'"O)J
t
 Ck, N 

-:priatclY introduced here. Hálilax.. ... _.Go 1::1\'\ 
CE
'l'RAIA PO
'I'AL DIVISIOX OF C.-\XAD
\. 
I 
JOH
 DEWE, P. o. SI:"R\'LYOR, KIXGSTO
. 
I 
os. \"1, VII amI VIII, unGer g
neral head .. 
,Iain Provillcial Route," belong to tllP Central Po!>tal DÎ\'i
iùn'}1 
I 
 I. Toron1o al
,l Hol- water a
 J p.m., same 'lar:!. da

 amI S,ltllrday at 6 a.
. ; / at Ii a.m.; arrives at 
Iari- r 
land Land(n
, I"; 1[)(1 arrn ell at F lo
 at l1all- .1fflves at ßea\-ertoll at up. pOl>a at t> ".m ; ICd\es lIfol- 
THC 
DICOE V1sTKlcr. pad 3p.1II. III,: le.we;: B"avertop. on ripo,a on 'l'ue:!da.. and Fri- 
· - I 71 11 '\lollllay, \\'"cduesday aud I,IY at 6 a.III., dun arrive!> 
ßy Pas!>cnger CO:1che-' Torontu 'n ,. t es, l'nda}- af 6 a,III,; arri\'e.. at,at Scarhoro' at::3 þ.lIl. I 
I.laiìy, (
:und'l}s e'\repte'. I Flos.... .......3 HoHand I.auuiug at û ".m. '1'u/'0,du to j';Jiles.1 
1 




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nStl:l:rji':;':1 COli.l\\atc
.....n 
ti Turonto to ."owes' l 
'
'
:



:I'. .::.::::g 21, 
at 8 ,P.,t.; lea\c 
01l
!
':J 1. !J
lI"l:i(' &p Or:j

.ia, 
oUalld Landing.. .3-1 _ 
.toul
vi:le... ..... '" :':11 
Lanl.lmg at 5 a.rn. , arnH 1:01 'Ill)" .UtCo.,. D 
T,..C I. ,Iarou....... . J 3. t: xllndge. .... .. 11 4;J, 
It 'l'orouto .It II a.m. Ke
\'.'ick..... . . .104. 1 BrocK.. .... .... .1(\ ,,{lj 
ill;1 Threp times a '0\ eek, 01, H.:or
ina...... . r 5::; ÎI
i1Tii'c- a. . .. . .. . 6 tJj, 
1'urnn'oto ) . es, hors('.a'k. L.',I\es H,lrrlt llcavertoll.. ......1:; j31 - 
I \ork Mills..... ..
 "II Tuesday. Thursdav and - I!)' ,,, 2tiJby and ('o
- 
Thornhill...... ..) 1
' -;aturùa
', atlia.III,; arri\e\G. E('avcr:on 
1I(1 ulubus. IN THE HOM!>' 
Richmond Hill...-1 Ili{ at Unllia at 3 p,m.; leo\\'''
 
Ial'a, IN THE lluxu,.1 VISIRCT. I 

Ybitchurch.. . . .9

; Orilliol oll'fr:nnay,\VecIlle; U1:URICT. I " - 
>'e....l1Iarh.et _. ..4 3,\ tIay anti Fnday, at -I a,m..! - '1 wlce a week, on horse-I 
Hollauù Landing..4 :;1 awl arrive:! at Barrie ill Twice a week, on horse-: back, which i!itl'rSeClS tl
, 
- I:oon. back. J.ea\es fle,lverton O"hawa,Uld
]ari"osaMail" 
b. Holland L:mdilur l 
11 011 Tue,:day ami ;:;atunla\','at Columbu
. (fide Tabid 
a:ui l'cnetan
u
" Tnru1.to to ' I es. It G p_m.; arrin'
 at !\Jara, LU.] Lca\ "S \Vhithy o!! 
I !'òhent'. IN TH
 
UIC01 I Harrie...,.......60 _ at h.III:'1 1St 7 p.m.: lcavc
I
Ionday all
l Tl1ur"day at, 
I DlsTRlcr. Oro. . . ........ ,H .-t 'Iar:tat -I p.lII. same day,,4 a.III.: arr1\'es at Colum-. 
- Orillia. . . ... . . .10 &I and arrives at Lleaverton .11 1 hus at:J a.m.; leaves Co-I 
By Passengpr Coac!Je". - 'Imlf-past.J p.m. ,Iumbus at hI a.m. 
;jme day, 
lhree times a week to lIar- VI/te.-In the summprsp'l 111-1 "md arrives at \Vhitby at 
rie, and on hon.ebark trom 
on ".111"1 are a\:!o carrLul Toronto to ' I ell. noon. 
thenre to Penetangubhene. hr
te.lIl1l'cat
.d,lÎly, (:';lIn-, IIca\erto!1.. ..... .';:: 'Toronto to .1Ifi1es.1 
-le'lvP I10lhrul L'll11lin
 hvs e'{cept"l) arounrl La!..f" Mar;!........... 7 oU I \\'hit hy . . . . . . . . .
... 
)n 
JOI}(hy.\Vl Ineslhyandl"imcyj('. On t!IC arrival ofl - ßrool.lin.. '" .... tJ 3-t 1 
, . rid'!}, at!} I'.m.; arrive at r'll' 
ta:!es from Toronto. 1. B
a' (,1"to II and, Columbus........ 4 3
 
P"r!f't::nzui!>helle on 'rues-1ihe Slealller B,at'er leave. 1'[3I'åpo lií a, IN TilE' - 
day, Thurslay and 
alnr-I'1ratlford, all II mal,ps a IIO'tE VI:!'lRICT. 10.0shau"a&:ìJlari-' 
ay. at 3 II,m,; le.n-e Pl'nc 
i,ruit of Lake ::5illl'oe'j - I I)O"
. IS THE VOLBORNE t 
tan!!l1i!:thcne on '\Tondav Ireturuinz to Bradford the Twire a week, 0'1 hor
p- Vl"l'RICT. I 
\Vcdllesdayand Friflay, al!.::JIIowing da}, and calling hack. Leaves 1\IaripLsa. - 
,) a.m_,wId arrive atHollanl. I 'J1l _h
r ruute at Barric, (!ro, <?Il Tnesday an
 Friday, at l T\t'ice a \\f'ek, on hor
p-, 
l.olnd1l1g at 7 \I.m. ,)rJllm, J:eaverton and Ke
- b a.III., and arrn'es at Rea- b.lck. Lea\ es Oshawa on. 
, fi' wirk. At Ori
h.I th
'
e are \-erto:! at 10 a.m. ; leaves "onday a
d Thur<;.1av, at: 
7 urofltlJ to I eS- I 'u
uaIlY Stages In wmung to ßeaverton on Mooday andl!) a.m,; arnVf'i! at .\JanpowI, 
Holland Landing. ..31 
on\ev pas"en
f'rs to :5tur-,Thur!> lar at -1 p.m.. anrJ ar- at.í V,III : leaves .\Ianp06il 
ßr:l
lf,:nl. . '" . . . :1 
" I 
eon B
y, on Lake IIl)r
Jn' l rives at 
Iariposa at 6 p.m.lon Tuesday an
 f'rirlav, at! 
11Il1I<:(j1 . . . . . . . . . U ;)1 (or the 
te1mer Gore. which ,M1 1 6 a.m., fmJ arnves at OSh- 1 
Barrie. . " _ . .., . . !I Ii! nlif's during the slimmer to Toronto to t es. awa at 2 p.m. 
1'10'1. . . . _' . .., . . H .3 Ihe :->allit 
If'. Marie, at the' 
lariJlosa [ride Ta- Toronto tu J11:le
. 
Pcnetanr;ui<;hene " .21 {I
 l foot ofL'lkl' ;-:;-!.pl'rior. 1 idFI ' ble 8]. . .. .. . . .6 , ') _ <<
5hawa . . ... . . ..32 .' 
- Table-uJ 1J estern Po
tltl },ldon............I.-I <<olurnLus... , . '" 6 3-' 
3. Fin.. and {;old- Division. ! Eeavertun........ 9 1'3 1 Rr'ach...........!" 41\\ 
,,-ah'r, I' THE Sl"{'
tJC - - Mariposa..... .... .19651 
VtsTIUCT. "í. HolI"tBd Landin
 8. 
carboro' &: :tIa!";- - I 
- and 'L
t'a' ('rton, l' pa..a. I'V TilE COLBORXE l ll. Pick"rin
 an.. 
Twit'''' a wl'ek, on hor
e- THE Hu'u; DISTRICI. I JJlsTRICT. Rrou
llalu. I
 TlIE I 
'mdc. Lpa\('s rlos on Tues- - - I1o,u: DI->TRICT. 
lay andThurs<1av at lOa.1TL, 'I'hr
f
 times a wr,'k. on Twice a ,,'el'k, on hOT!'e- - 
'lrri
e
 at Coldwater at half- horspt'at'k. Le:wcs Holland Lack. Leave!! 
rarboro' Thrce tillles a wf'('k, on l 
E 12 noon : Ipavp
 Cold- Lnlll!in
'OnTU"'srlay,ThlJrs- on \Tonday and Tlmrl'dav horseback. I,eaves Picker- 
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I 
/62 SC O BIE & B-\.LFOUR'S CAN\DIAN ALJIA
AC. 
lillgon J\Iorulay, Thursday 16. Peterboro' autl'21. Uu,vdon aud'2G. Ii.iu&:"!ioton auù 
land Saturday, at ]I) a.m.: ,"arsa,v. IN THE VOL- JUadoc, IN 'HIE YIC- Ntorrïn
tou, IN THI 
l arrives atUrou!jham at half- DOR"E DISTRICT. TORIA VI"; l'RICT. M.DLA"D VISl'RICT. 

M,,;t 11 a.m.; leavcs 13rough- - - _ 
:UlJ same day at t3 a.m., anI, Once a week, on horse- Twice a week, on horse- Twice a week, on horse- 
arrives at Pickering at bau:. , back. Lca\es Pcrcrboro' back. Leave
 Rawdon on back. Lea\es Kin;:(ston on 
tlJast 9 a.m. on :-:atnrday at 9 a.m.; ar- Tuesday ane! Friday noon ;!\Vednesday aut! 
aturda\ 
I ,Miles rives at \\-arsaw at noon ;/arrives at M.,doc at 4 p.m.: at 
 a.m. ; arri\es at :::toi- 
I Toronto to . , Iea\'es \Varsaw at 2 p.m.,'lea\es :\Iadoc on Tuesrlay'rin
ton at 11 a.m.; leaves 
Pickering. . . .. . .22 '>< arrivcs at 1'eterboro' at " I 'and Friday at i a.lII. ;arrÏ\ e
 ;::torr
nglOn on \Vednesday 
Hroughalil. . ..,. .. 7 -
 p.lII. at Rawdon at 11 a.m. and 
alUrJ:'y al r- a.m., and 
112. :U:: uipo'i a and Tomnto to .'Jiles. Toronto to Niles. ar;!


 
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t
P

 

 Petel'boro'. IN 'lHE Peterboro'..... .9:! I Rawdon...... .131 Kin
ston and Lou
hboro' 
: CoLBURNE DISTRICT. \V ,usaw. . . ., . .1(j lI)t, \Vest Uunting(lon ,) 13G route at :Hcrrill's Tavern. 
: - - Madoc. . . .., .. 1:! l'k / 'WhiCh is auout B miles froUi 
, Twice a week, on horse- 17. nl'i
h ton and 
 Kingston. 
hach. Lcaves ;Uaripo
a Pctcrboro'. IX THE 22. "'cst IIUl1tjll
. , 
,on Tuesdayalld Fri&y, at VOLßIIR'IIE DISl'RICl'. (lon aud I" nl1:{el'. Torol/to to 1I-lllcs. 
,I; a.m.: arrives at Peteruoro' jord. I:V THE YW1'ORIA KiD:!ston..... .11l.'> 
lat (j p.m.; leaVl'
 Peterboro' Twice a \\-eek, on horsp- DISTRICT. :5torrington . . . . 13 17& 
Ion Monday and 'J.'h'Hsday, back. Leaves Brighton 011 
jat 6 a.m., and arri\cs at Tuesday and l
riday at" Twice a weck, on horse- 27. li.ill
.!!otO'l ani) 
j)lariposa at 6 p,m. a.III.: arrive!! at l'eterboro:I
Jack. l,e:I
'cs \Veo;t HU
l!- A ,n her.. t 1
1:IJI(I,lJ'. 
I Jl1 at" p.m.; leat.cs I'etNuoro IlIlgdon 011 I uesrlay all,ll' rI- TIU; MIDLAND DI"l'RICl'. 
TJronfo to . t CS. 011 "'.ednesJay and :5,lturdõlylday at 1 P,IlI,; arrives at 
I !\laripo"J........ \it at 6 a.m., and arrives al l HUllgerford at 5 p.m. :Icaves Amherst Island is !!ervpr! 
I I.ind
ay....... .13 7t Brighlon at Ii p.m. IJungertòrd on TucsrJ.lY allli thr['e times a-week frolll 
I Emily....... .1;] !In 1'oro."lo to .JIfi1es.IFriday at 6 a.m.; arrin's at King!.ton during Summer, 
l'eterbOro' . . . . . .1.') 10;) Brighton.... . . .11:3 I \vest IIuntingllon at 10 a.III.:hy 
teamboat: leavillgKing- 
_ Percy. . . . . . .. . . J I 107 I Sloll on Tuesday, }'ridaJ', 
'13.Cobol1rJ:' and PC. Norwoorl........ Jlj 1:
3! Torollto to JJliles. all
 
atunlay at 5 p.m.
 and 
I tcrboro', IN THE COL- Asphodel... '" . . 7 1'>U I \\' e"t Huntingdon 13G larn\'m
 at .\llIher!.t Js,alld 
BORNE IJls l'RICT. (!tanaLee.. . ... .. .1? l!
 ì\Ioim.... .. .. 6 J 12 1at 7 p.lII. : leavlll
 .\mher
t 
..- 1 ctcrboro . . . '" .13 1J" Hungerford.... 10 1:J:! Tsfarul ::bout It p.m. )f?
- 
Pasgen/{er Coaches daily, - _ Idar, \\ edllt':<rl!IY and _
 rI- 
I(Sundaysc\ce(Jted.) Leave IS.. Pcrcy &; 
enc- 23. Shannolu'ÏIlf' &,day, and arnVllI1! at !
II1g- 
'l'obour" at t3 a.m. . arrivel ville. IN TilE '\ ICTURIA IUelro"if" I'" TIlE YlC_I
IO
1 at 1 a.m. .In Winter 
j at r!'t
rhoro, at 3 p.llI. ; 1 UISTlliCT. TORa IJIS\'RICT. I ,l IS 
en'ed tWIC
 a-\\eek 
,le,lve Peterboro' at () a.m., .. ,-: " _ _ ,hy a bra?ch l
wll to an
1 
ami arrive at Cobourg at 4 T\
 Ice a "
ek, on hor,e ûncp a WI'ck, on horse- from Bath, !ea" mg Amher
1 
I p.W. !!mck. Lea
es .Per
y o
 hack. L!'aves 
hanllonville r
lalld on 'luesday and. 
rI- 
. i ruesday {l
d Fnday ,at / 'on Friday at noon; arrl\ f'S da} :1.t S a.m., and :,rrl\'!n;! 
Torcmto to }I.fzles. a.m. : arrl\ es at Bell'villet t :\Iel se t] . I' , at hath at !1 a.m.; lea\!II
 
, Po;t Hope. .... ..63 at :3, p.m.; le,l\cs 1!,:IICVIIl" I 
I
lro:
 ona Fri
;

';t cf,

s ß,at.h at half-past fI, and ar- 
I South \Ioua!!han.. .1;; 7
 
n 1 uesdar and F ruiay at Ill.; arrivcs at ::3hannouvillel n\"lng at .\ulherst I.,laud at 
Peterboro'. . .... . .It 9:!':; a.m.; arnves at Percy at'at 11 a.m. half past 10 a.m. 
I . - . I p.m. , I I 
"IIilc6. Toronto to Miles, 
1\iote.-The distance lJ e- I Toronto to Mdes. To!,onto to . " Kin!(ston.. .... . Hi;:; 
I '
een . P
rt .
ope and Co- Percy... .., . . .107 
il
nnonville . . .1:. J l
tJ Amherst Island... 13 liE 
urg IS ml el'. Seymour \Vest... 11 118, erose. . ... . .. . 
- Feymour East. .. B l:! li 1 94 :'I-.IC k II 2S. Kin;.r!!oton and 
'1....South.Jlonaghau l Rawdon.,. ..... 8 l:l1 - Ñ" I ree IN a
:E I "'oUc Islalul. IN 
n.nd (
aval1, 1:V TIlE Belleville... .... 16 1jU I 
Ic'Vbu
g,. TIlE MIDLAND DIS'l'RICT. 
NEWC.\STLE DIsrRICT. _ IDLAND ISTRICT. _ 
- 19. Rau'don and Thr . - w k n Daily, Sunda}'s cxcppted. 
Three time:! a wee
, on l I!larluoru, I>;' TliE l horseh
ec

meL
ave
e 
1
lllhy' Ferry 1I0at. Le
ves 
horsf'back. Leavf's ::SOUIIl '\ ICTORH IJI:HRlCT. Crcek on Monday \Yedl\es_IKIIl!!
ton at 8 a.m. ; arrives 
1!\lonazhan 011 Tuesday, - d d r.d 'H lat \Volf J
lan(1 at 9 a.m.: 
Vl'hun.day, aud Saturday, Once a week, on horse- a): 
n . r
 ay, at rr a.u l : leaves "'olf Island at 10. 
labout noon; arrives at Ca- hack. Le3\'cs Rawdon on!arrl\
s l:t : se

u
bu

 . tland arrives at Kingston at 
: van at 2 p.m,; leaves cavan. I Tuesday noon, arrives at'


;I' an
\
rr.v..

 at r.Ii:l l lI a.n
. .. 
same days at half-past 9 a. '\'Iarmora at 4 p.IIl.; lea\"e J 
reek t ,) I lame d' IhIrln
 the \\ Inter season 

m., and arrives at SoutbjMarmora on Tuesday at 
 a - 1.111. S a} s. the 'V olf J
hnd mail is car. 
i110naghall at lIalf-pa,,;t It a.m.; arri\es at Rawdon at l\l'le Irled by the Courier h!'tween 
,B. Ill. 11 a.m. Toronto to t S. , Kin!!<;;ton all, I CapcYincent. 
I .1Iilcs. Tor01,fo,to ""I!iles. IHj.lll'reek.... .1,)
 __ (Vide No. 27.) , 
Toro-flto to Belleville. . . . . .11,) n Iiton . . . . . .. .f 1.), Thl'fJ/lto to lIr/lc
. 
South ;\Ionaghan.. .78 Rawdon.. ...... Hi 1:31 Camden East... 7 1(;4 1 Kin!!ston..... .16.') 
l\,lillbrook. . . . . . . ß 81 lHarmora...... 16 Hï Xen hurg . . .. .. 2 Hi:' '''-elf Island. . .. 3 1{j
 
b Cavan..........3
7 - - - 
20.Rh'f'r "rcntnnd 2;;. U:'in::-s1on and 29. rUn::..ton anti 
5. j1laril,uJ";a. and l"ranCo:forc:l. I'll T.IIi l.ou;::-Dabo1'a'. iN TIlE the I.'nited 
tate!l. 
I Fenelon Q
;..lIs, I'll VICTOR:A DISTRICT. I\1WL\ND DI;;!'R!CT. 
T:n; VOI,ßlIRNE DISTRICT. - Daily, RuU!lays e'tcpp t et1, 
- Once a week, on horse- 'Twice a week. on horse- The malls arc despatched 
L Once a week, on horse-,hack. l.e1.\cs River Tn'nt hack. J.cavps Kin

ton on in thp summt'r by !!tearner:'. 
.Iack. Leavps l\lariposaon,o,1l 'l'ues,l:lyat P a,m.; ar: \Vedne!:!o!ay 
nd 
1atnrday 
o an!
 from ûs\\'

o; lea\'- 

rueSday , at 6 a.m.: arri\.c!ò , rI\'es at Fr,1I1kfoTd at hall- at P a.m.; arrives at Lou!!h- III!!, 
lIH:
t0n 
t.) p.m. all
1 
I,lt )<'ene!on I<'alls at:l p.m.; past I} a.m,; leaves Frank- hora' at II a.m,; leave
larrl\ IIIg at KlIw;;;on at " 
;ll'ave'i F!'nelon Palls on'lord at 1100n. and arrive,; at Lou!!hhoro' at 1 lI,m.. and p. 111. An.! in \\ inter ùy 
t.londayat !) a.m" and ar- River Trent at balf-paöt 1 arri\e!< at Kingston at-lp.m. boats and w,yw:ons. or by 
r iVe.; at ;\1J.riposa at 5 p.m. p.m. sallie days. ras:,en
er !'Iclghs to anti 
, [ ' 1 il l. / from CapeVmcent; leavin!!' 
Toronto to illlies. Toronto to III es. Toronto to 
 l CS, Kinr:!'ton daily, f':undar5 e'{- 
Mariposa. . . .. . . .65 River Trent.. . . .103 Kingston. . .. . .16j ceptetl. at e a.m., and arriv- 
Fenclon Falls... .26!H Jo'rankfonT..... 7 110 J.oII!!hboro'.... Hi 181 ill!! at Kin!!"ton at
 



SCOBIE & BALFOUR'
 CA
.\DL\N.\L}lA
.\C. 631 
, Di
talJces from KilJ
,;(Q1I 
'I1ilUi. rives at ;:5mith's .FalIs at 4Ip.rn., and 
rrivcs at iÇck- r 
!to Oswego, 1)0 milei', anll Tor,oJLto to . 'p.llI. l enh.un at a p.tn. . 
Ifrom Kiugston to Cape Vin- Plc(Qn..:... . .129 ...
I :lIIilcs Turunto to Jl-ltles. 
cellt 11 wiles. Demorestvllle. .. !) l'J
, Toronto to . l'ackenham .., . .2!JU 
I '_ Northport. .. .., .} U:? \ Slllith'
 Falls. . ..219 Arnprior. . . . . " 1U 3C 
'30. Bri
l1toll and: . ----;- Ki\1I1:
rno
k.. .., 6 
:;i - 
IUngstoll VI.\ I'HE 3-1. IJ:] <<?ck' tile and Memckvllle..... ß WI -l3. n,anu;:a:r &: Bel 
PRl'oC"; LD\
ARD D!s- DIorrl!do,vlI, Sl'AT.: l llurritt's Rapil1s.. I) :.1lJÎI lanl)"
 lUill!O, 1". 'I'll 
TRIcr. _ UF!\EWY
K.. KCIIIPIVi
.. h'2;Î 1 IhTHLRST 
ISTRICT. 
Passenaer Coaches daih', Ferry float, tlm'c ,tllne
 339. KCDl(J1villc and, "1'\\ ice a week, on hor..e 
(Sullda}s" e"cepled.) in wee!" 1Jcro
,; the Rl\er St. HI-'('k'!!ò Uorn('r
, I"hack. Lea-.e,; Ralllsay Ul 
summer, lcave
 Ðri!!hton at Lawrl'llce. TIlE J,>H:'o'; lOW;" IhsTIUC' [ I Tuesday alllI 
ilturday, a 
S a.IIl.,and arrives at h.ill!;s-, _ ----:- - H a.I11.. and arrl\es at lIel- 
'tOil at hI p. 111.: leaH:
 ,J,). Brockvdl
 and f:ix times a week, by pas-[ldIJlY'iI I\Ii\!!i at 11 .a. In. 
,King,;ton daily (Satunla}s 
C,.r;th,_ IS TIU. BATH- s
n!!er ,coJ.cbcs. Lcaves lea\es U
llamy's ì\I I lis, at 
exceptetJ) at:; p.m., :lIId 3r- UR
 I D!STRIC r. 1\.
1B1 tVllIe on )londay,llmlf-pm,t t) a,m., and. ar[JYf'S 
rives at llri"hton daily

un- - I\
 LJnc
l1.IY am.! Fn.Jay, ia'lt R3IL8ay at halt-pabt " 
,days exccvted) at ;j p. /JI. Passl'.nger 
oac
es leav:e:half-pat.t l:l noon, allll ar-Ia.m. 
In wimer this mail leave
 Brockvllle dally (:-;aturda
 s nvcs at Heck's Cornu
 at 
I . 
Brighton at:3 a.m. (
unday" 

cep(ed:) at:] 1?,111.
 and a
- p.m.;, lea\ e
 Heck's c or- I To
or.tO to 
11es. 
(',?lcel'tcd,) alld arrives at l \lve aI, r
rlh d;
lly (,-,.unda
.s lIer.iI IIlllnedla(el.
' alter the 
allls"y",." .. .2.8 
Kin
i'tO\l at 10 p.m. ; Ica\e> ' XCCr 1tCCl .,) at 
. a.m_. Icav,.", arnval 01 btat;e Irol1l. 1'1'1'>- Uellmll}'s ;\1I1Is .. 10 2H,- 
,King"wll dJ.ily (
l1l1dap 
erth daJly (..,.ttllr
l
rs ex- C?tl, and arn..es at Kempt- . - 

exccpteJ,) at Î .1, Ill., and ar- ,epted,) ,at h.lIf-pa_L a.
n., vIIII' about.} p.m. ; leavet./4.J. RlclullOlld and 
fri\'c" at Brighton at 10 p /II. ,111
 arrives at Broc.kvJlle Kcmpt\ iIlc on Tue!>l1ay, .IIUIl(iC), DI1.'ilE DAL- 

'Z'urollto to Mile,;. ,laJly (Sundays eAceptcd,)I \Vcdnesday amI Saturday, HOCSU: DI!'-TRICT. 
r Brightun...... .!I;J at 9 a.lII. at 4 p.m., and arrlw's at - 
t ' Murrav... .... .lIIlfl2 IIliles' I Ueck'S ('c,rner8 al hall-past Once a week, on horsc- 
('onseéon....... :) 10... To
o1do t
 ,;p.m.; le,:\','g Heck's Cor- bacl;;. Lea\'es Ricblllond 
Hillier. . . . . . . . .3 11:3 Broc,kvllle..... .217 ners immedi.ltely after the on 
aturl!ay. at I) a.m., ami 
\Vellinqlon. . . ... Ii II!) .

I.II:;on........ I:! 
'

"lCrival of stage from By- arri\'f'S at Huntley al half- 
HloolllftelJ . . . . . . .3 I:!
 Kltlcy........ 8 
3. town, and arrivl's at Kerupt- 1':11't 1:- a.lII. : lea\'t
s HumIc} 
Picton. . .... . . . ;) 1:!!1 
milh's Falls. . " 12 2
!J ville about!:! p.m. at !I a.III" ?n.1 arrl\ es a 
.\dol[Jhu!otown. . .. b lJï Perth........ ., 13 :.!ü
 - Richmond at half-va
t 11 
l'rederickslJurgh... :i H
 36 A 11 :---01- TIIr 40.Snlitil's l:'ul1'H1Ufl 3.111. 
Bath. . . .... . . . !I 1;)\ . (( I
on u::: n C<it- B) 'OU'll, 10; Tin: DAL- 
Kinóston. . .... . .16 Wi IUu.t,!!Oi THE JOIl:'oSTOW:i llUUSU" DI:;, RIC r. ToroT/to to 
D,"TRICT. IRichmoIllI.. . . .'t7
 
61. Hillh'rauù llcd-, . - Three timps a wf'ek, on Huntlc}........ 1:.1 290 
JU'I'..'{'illc, 1'1/ '1' H 
 "{ h-r{'!' lIme:!! a wl'ek, 0
1 hor,.clJack. Lca\es :-:mlth'" - 
Pr.I..O; .I::lJI\.\RD 1I,s- hor:;elJack. Lea\cs_ Ad(l1- Falls on 'Ionday, \\"
dneíi'- I,'). Hi( luliond and 
TRIC 1'. 5011 on \I<?nday, \\ etlnc8-'iay and f'riJay, at 10 p.m.. l\ol"tb G<Þu-er, IS TIU 
_ Jay !in
 Fwla}. ;'-t II p.m" l and <!rrive
 ilt B}IO\Hl UII l)ALHlJUsa: DI,
TRI('T. 
Twice a week, (In hor
- ami arrl\'C8 3t \\ e
tport, on Tuesday, T
l1Irs(lar and - 
,ha:::k. Lca\es Hillier on, Tuesday, Thursday anl1 
at', 
aturday, ,It I p.m. : leaves Once a \\cek, on hor!e- 
! TuesJav 111111 ['rillay, at 1.; 'Ir/i.ay, at ,\ p.IlI:; le
vl'"' ßrtO\\ nOli MOlHla), \\'cd- hack. Leaves RicluT'oncì 
l a.m., alld arri','es at Red-' \\ e,;tport 011 M?I,II,ay, Wed
!nL,rlay and Friday, at .3,011 :3alurtlav, at 6 a.m.. ..nd 
ners\'iI!e:1t:! p.IIl.; lea\c
 l ueSdaY alld_ Friday, 
t ":a.III., an,1 arriveilat:::milh's'arri\es at :r>.orth Go\\er a 
Rcdnersville at 3 11.111" alll1 a.n!.,and arrIveil at Addison Falls at.J p.m. same l1a y s. l half- p ast 10 a. rn.; It'a\ej; 
mrÏ\es at lIillier at ö p.m. at a p.m. . " illiles. Xox;.th Gower on S
turl1ay. 
Uï 1Il11es, 111r01,to to l at I a.m" and arrives a 
Toronto to I t es. Toron
o to ::-:milh's F'alls.. . 2
!) Richmond at half-past t:' 
nilliPr . . ... . . .11:1 AddIson. . . . . . .'229 Franktown. . . .. 12 2lil a.lII. 
:\ft'lville .. . .. .. .\ 117 Farmcrsville.. ., 4 '2
:J Richmond...... J7 2ì<:' \ 'I 
.\rneliasburq..... J 12:.! flcvprley....... 10 2
3 llyto\\n... ......21299 Toronto to MI eB. 
Retlnersv i lie. . ... 1 I:!fi I'ortlanJ....... !J 2.;2 - RIchmond. . '" ..
8 
_ 
('wlJoro'. . . .... hI 21\'2 -H. Fr:lJll;;tou"u au
 Korth Gowcr... 82E6 
f 2. Picton 
uu:l DIiI- \\"e"tl'ort....... 1I:!lJt- Fitzro) Harbor, n - 
ford, I.. TilE PRINCE " 7 P - d L TllE U 
r1i(;IlST DISTRICT. -16. Itlaitlaud an 
l
DW \RD DlilTRICT. ". crtb au,. au. - N' o1'tl1 AUJ;u!iota, 1 
_ ark, 1:'0 THE}, \rHURs1 Thrce times a week, on l.HEJLH
STI)\\ :-iDISTIUCT" 
Twlee a week, on horse- DISTRICT. horseback. Lea\e8 Frank- - 
hack. Leaves Picton au . - town on Tuesdav,Thursda\ Once:! }\'el'h, 011 horse- 
j 'I'ueSdav anel Fri,!av, at I Threc mne!' a weck, on and O::atun!clv, .1Ïo a.m.,an
 hack. Leave
 l\laitlantl on 
p.m., ali.l arri\'es at 'Iilto1rd'hon,phack. 
e:ivcs I'erth arrivc!i at Fitzroy H,nhor a! l'ue
day, at 2 p.m., anQ 
at:J p.m.: IC:!Vf'S l\Iiltorol al on,'lo
,lay,'\\ edncsdayand.1 p.m.: lea\e,; Fitzroy Har- 'UrIve!! at North Augusta at 
!I a.m. !lame d,tn', anrl ar- 
nda}, at !J a.m., and ar' bor on :\Ionday, n-ednestla} Imlf-past 4 p,m.: leavcs 
rheil at Picton at 11 a.lI1. nvcs at Lanark at 11 a.m. : aTHI Friday, at -i a.m., and :'iorth .\ugusta on Tue"day, 
?I' lea
 es Lanark :1t noon, and arriveil at F'ranh.tuwn al a' !I a.IlI., ami arri "-es at 
Toronto to ,Illes, ,urncs at Perth at '2 p.m. nooll. UaiUand at balf-pas! 11, 
Picton. . . .... .120 I'tU ' ?Ill a.l11. 
Chl'rry Valley.... ;j fH 7'IIrordo to - 1 es. Toronto to 
 t es 
Milford.... . .. .; un Penh... ...... .2'i'
 Fr,mktown. . . .261 Toronto to 
Lanar1\:. . .. . . . 13 2Î':; Carleton I'lacc... 9271 1\Initland. . . . . .22'2 
G3. Pictou&: North- Ram;:ay.. ...... 82Ï!- North Augufla... 12234 
)tort, I.. TI'E l'RI..C
 3S.SJllith's Fall!iìalld I'arkculwm. ., 12 :!!Jt' 

DW ARD DISTRICT. 1i.t.'Juptvilk, 1:'1 TilL Fituoy Harbor.. . 12 3(/: [1. Pr('''f'ot.t and Oa'- 
JUHf','ilOW"\ DIS'IRlCT. dClisbur;;b, 1'1/ 1Ìu 
Thrl'c limp,; a week, on 12. PackC'uhaUlaud !:iT\TE OF Nnv YhRB:. 
hor,;e1Iark. Lc'lvct'! fictoll Tluc!' timc!; a week, on A.'JI In.j 0 I', IIi 'l'll. - 
I J!I 'l'IJ....;cl
'.. Thnr!',I:1}' awl hor"ehark. Lna\'e;< 
lIIith'
 I3ATlll'RSl' DISTRICT. Ferry float, :,oil: times Ð 
..;..ltuniav. at noon, anl1 ar- I'alls on Monday, \Vpdnc
' - ""epk, across thc River 81. 

I\e!;at NtJrtilportat:] 1'.111. davanel Frida\', at ,,> a,II1,. Once a \\cck, on hor!;{'- I,awrcllce; Prcscott anr. 
leavc.; Xortllport on T!les- and arrivcs at "'
clIIlJt\'ilic '11 hark. I.eav{'s Parkenhmn ßytown throll!!h thc Joh",,- 
,ja}', 'l'h'I[>,lay alii 
,ltur- , 00.1 ; leav('
 KelJlptville 01' ou Th'Jr;,day at I p.rn" and town and D.llhou"ie Vi,,- 

av" at 
 a,m" awl arrjve
 \Tonl1ay, \Vcdnes:Jay mil' arrilc;! at Arnprior at :Uricts. I'a!'
enger Coachcl:' 
I"t 1'I('t'Jll at 11 a.m. I.'riday. at 7 a.m., and ar- p.lII. ; l/'avril Arnprior at :J,three times a \\ eel.. Lea\'e!i 


Miles. 


Niles. 



1 64 _ __ _sc
mI: & nAL
?U R'S C ANADL\N AL
l

-\

 _ 
IPre
eott on Monday, \Ved- .'íl. ''''hiteL:lkl' 3ud connted for bv J>ackf'nham norspt,ack. Lea\"es VOr-: 
!nesd"y, and }'riday at 1O,1 B'.go1
 1'1 THE ßnll- heing approached. ill either i
lml TIIPsday, Thursday! 
l a.lII., arrives at lIytown at l URsr DISTRICT. le:u.t', Ioy a dilÌer
nt route. and 
aturdolv, at 1/1, a.m.,' 
I'!, millnight; lea\'e
 By- - This will, of course, pro. ali'I arrives Ht f'aledoninl 
!town at tI a,lI1. on 1'ue:; lay. Once a week, on hor!'e-'tf'IC(' a correspondillJ diller- 
p-in
s at nOOI1; leavesj 
I ThUrSday, aurl !'I,ltunlay.lhac}\. Le:n-es \Vhilehkl' ence in the dist:ll
cP he- C...dcdOl
ia 
prJrl
s 
t nOOll' j l 
and arraves :tt Prescott allan I hnr5day, at.} P,lII., auù t\\'een Toronto, \Vlutcla:,e, mrl arnves at L Ongllal at 
: 10 p.m. ,a
ri\'e
 :It lIa!::ot at Î p.lI1. ; 
Ic:'o: ,lbh .1IId C,lstiefor,l,and 
 p.m. same days. I 
J:li' s tle'!ves Ha
ot all 'fhur
day, place.. depeni:ing npoll thew IfI'l B 
: Tor mto to . .e ïnoon, an1 arrives at \Vhile- shollhl the rOUle of t:lble 37 TJronto to Ie. 
l'rp:lJcott . . ,., . . 2'1
 lake at:J p.m. '! e nke:l, ia tra\'c\lin!: to L'Orignal. .. . . .33
 

pencl'n'ille .. .. J:! 211 T",'ontn tn 'Fles. Pachenham, instead oftha! Caledonia t:prin!!s >>34:-1 
lIeck's ConIPrs.. \1 
.)(h 'Vhitelake . .3:17 of tablc 4lÍ. In winter the lIIail tnnel
! 
1 :O;uulh Gower.... ;; 
:;,)I llagot. 11 31<;' twirc a \\'e,-I{ ollly let\\e('nl 
B.uton's . . . .. .. 1:< :!ì3 I 1l0ri!,nal alld ('aletlonia l 
ßytown. - .... .. lì 2
01 - '55. 'VC!i;t Wini:!m... S"rill."'" Vi.l.: on'l'ueSda)8i 
, . _ Þ iburg-and \Vincht:h. and I:;aturda)'s. I 
,')2. Mc
abb^
ronl- 1cr, IN THE E \8TMt=' Dl::;- _ I 
Jey, IN TIll!: U.\.TIIURsr l TRlCr 
!""s. ßfI
to
l''''nndO,",
 lJiSCRI('T. _ > . , _ ì
. ç ;:t 1 ;' (I 0 ".1 ul 
. goudt:, I
 THE DALHOL; I Three tlllles a'week. on 
t)rl n

 .
 lu1 PI 111-' 
8IEÐ'STRH'T. On'e a-wp"k on.horsl'-'hor
eback. LI',ne, \Vesl tagcUt't, 1'1/ TIlEU'l'TA- 1 
I ' . - Iha,Ck. Leaw'" 
fc
'lhb on!"\ïlliall1sburg on 'lues,lay, WA Ih"nucT. 
rhrl'e tllnes a week.. on" r:dll("dav. at II a.III" an"I'l'hllrsday and t:aturd,l}", at ,. - 
,hor;,ehack. Lpa,',!!s 1,?r-1arrn'l',! at Broll1lt:-y 3t half-llialf-p<U.t I) a,IIl.,and arn\c, 'I wlce a week, on hors
- 
!LOIl "on Tup>:i!ay, I hms ,av llast I p !n,; 1,,'1v,'s ßrolll- at "VIlIehe"ter at halt-'mst nac
. Lea\cs cnlelloma l 
I,w.l ::;a
lIrday, at 11 
.rn" !Py on" erJnesday, 
t half-':!, p.m. ; le<lv('s \\'inch
ster 
;1fIn
s on Tup'itJay and 
'and arrives at (bgoo 1(' at fY st_1) a.m" }llId arcn-eo; al lOIl Tut'sd.i}" Thllr"dll , V and ::-.atur<l?V, at noon, and ar- I 
Ihalf-past 1:], p.m.; 1.1''1\'1'5 )
r 
 anh at a p,m. ,,
aturddy,at ilaif I :1>:1 "a.m., rives at 1'Ianiagenet at 2 
I.),,
oode on'I ue;;:day,'1 hnr
- 10rmlto In ""l!I'I!, IIld arrives at \\'e
t \\ïl_1P.rn.; leave
 l'lantagenetor. 
I ',tr;y and 
1atllrrlay, at!J 
,111" 'lcNabh,., .. . .3.;
 <)_ iii.un
lJuró at ilalf-pa
t 1.1'.111 'l'ues'lay anll :':alurd.lr, at! 
aurJ arrlvPs at 13arton!l at Rf'lifrew....... .) u,'!' IIn, a.m., ancl arri\'e>: at ca- , 
ihalf-past h) a.m. \,Irna
toll.. '.. lH 
{tri: Toro'll oto 1I1i/es leJollia Spring:; at noon. 
,Miles. Bromley.... - .. 5 372 1 "\'estWilliamsb'I!.23'
 '1 ,Miles. 
: Toronto to Northi\"llIiaulI;b'g ï ;1,,\1 To?,onto tf} , . I 
'Hartoll's.......2ì:r \Villellesler....l
;lìl C a l e donm:-<pnngs3-IS_ c 
! :

7

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nð 
 I l'I.llltJ.geUef,.... 10 3,)" 1 
!rhe rou1/'s 4ti to ;;(1, II1rll\- Po".ta
(' du "'H
.t,ì I 
!
i\.e, wilt _ shortly he ar- 1:'\ '1'I1E Ih
TRH TOY :\IU'i-I,ì6. J>J i C 1
 (' n!iò 0 II 
",IGO. L.Origllul and 
Iran
e.1 dillerelltly to what TREAl.. I LandinO' & l?iuc1t CariBou, IN lÏlE :\ION-' 
! the Y arc at present. ,- I=' niE l
 ,';';F'{ 'i U,STRICT?I TREAl, Dl"TtliCT. 
'T\VJce '1-wpek on hor"e- _ 
- hack. r I':lV("" f::lstlf'lbrof Onc(' a-w
k 011 hor>:e- Five times a week on 
, on 'Ionday ;1'1/1 rnd
y, at!) back. Leave::! Dickell",oll>s'hor"c
l1lck, anù ferry Boat. 
14D. O'-goollc & Ru!'ò- a.III,.; anù arrives at Portage Landing all 
atllflla\', nOOIl, Leaves L'Orign:l1 every da} 
I "'fill. IN TilE UTTA\\'A du Fort at 1 pm.; leaves and arrives at I"iuch at 6. c},cept 
aturday and ::;un- 
IJlsTRIe r. Po rta !!p. du Fort at I p.m., p.m.; lea\'e!l Finch on :-al- d,IY, at.! p.m., and arrives' 
- 
lIn arnvp
 'It Castleforù at ùrdav, at.) a.m" a 1111 arri\p
 .It f'arillon at fj p.lII, ; leaves l 
Once a wpek, on horse- ,) p. III. 

me dol}'S. . at Dickenson'lS Landiu" at,Carilioil every dJ.Y except l 

ark. Leaves Osgoode on T(}
'm
o to o
!tle... It, a.llI. ... ,S,lturdayand Sunday, at' l 
:
,atnr
ay, at ll',m., aor! ar- (.1>'t'eforrl..... .u.)/ , 1'oroll:o to ^Iiles.1p.m., anrl arrives at V()ri
-, 
Inves at R!1
"pJl at 
 p.
II.; Portage rlu Fort.. 1'1 357 Di..kpnsoll'f;Lanù.2ti!) 'nal at!1 a.IIl.lbllowing da}s., 
I led\'c" RII!'sell at 11 a,l\1" Finch ')\.1 .,,!), , I 
and arnvcs at Osgoode .it 1 . . . . . . . .. - -
 TOTollto to !tItleS' 1 
!p. m. - L'Origllal. . . . . .3:J!' 
, lIIiles. '} 1. Port.I!!(' dn Fort 
., l:awkesbury... _. 6 3tj 
'Toronto to :ntr! PClnb,'oke, I' '.Þ
. CarnU'"al1&::"Or- Carilloll.. ...... 123:;7 







e.:'.:':::".!Î
2,"
 TII"ß
TH(1R"TnISTRICT. m


;J/NTm;UTTA\H _ I 
. Three til\1es a-wepk, on + 
_ horselJack. {.pa,-es Porta!:e fly p1.'iscn';er rr''1ches"GI. .L
nca

el"r and 
rlu Fort on Monday. at Ip. I
ree timps a-week. Lf'nn's' 'V
lI.la
l""o" I.', 11'0 
:)0. 3yto,vn and 1\1., \VeJnesrlay at 6 a.m" COrllwall all 
IOI1LIaY'\\'ed- 1 TilE LASH.R:' DlS'llUCT. 
{:a
tle[ord, Pi TIm friilav at J p.m., anrl .11'- lIesdilY anrJ Friday, at., a. '--:-, 
B'TIIURST IhsrRlcT. I tÌ\'es at 1'f'lIIhroke on '1'11('>:- 1 111., ani arrÏ\'es at L'Orignal '1" hree tllnelS a neel[, all 
- (lay at 1 p.m., \V('rlne
(lay at C; p.m, ; leav(:; VOri2:nal:horsehack. , 
Thrl'e timps a week, all at 7 p,m., Satnrdny lit I p,l.)I\ Tue
day, Thurs.lay and Torlmto to ,1(ties 
,hor""'hack, Leav('s IIvtown:m.; Ipavl''i l'p:nhroke on!:':at:uday, at -I, :t.m" and l Lallcaster.... .2!Ji 
!oll,'londO\
,,\Vednesdåy ,and 
I\nday at 11, ?rn.. TUl'5dav,arrives at Cornw.I!I at::; \Vill.llm!>towlI... 6 3(
; 
. fnday,a! 4 p.III, and arnve
 at S a.m" J h"rs'hIY at 11 p. m. I 
I , at Castlpthrd 011 Sunrlav.la.rn.. allli arrives at Portaze 'rornl1to to }ll1Üs - 
""erlnesday anrl f'rirlav, at,du Fort all Monnav at" a. f'om \Vall. . . . . . '2
1 

 R.IlI. ; leave" I 'astll'fo'ro1 on:m., Tnn la.v at 10 p.m" Fri- f't. \ndrews.... 7 ".!", There i5 
 Po
t 
fike ill l 
I Tlles,lay, Thursd"v nnrl rl:JY :It;< a.m. l\larrinrown. . .' 6 tn' the 10WnsillIJ,Ol Clarf'nre. 
:-'atl1rrla
'. at 111 a.m.. and Toronto to }lfilfS. 8t, Raphacls. . .. Î 3111 "crveù tI,lrt'e U"IP
 per w"eh 

arri\'e" at By town all :\Ion-I l'orta
e rlu Fort. .1.;j Alex,lIIdria . . ., !J :111 hya lIIilll (ram LOChahl'r'JlI I 
)/Jay, \Vp Inesday alld Fn- j , !'Iomh Wc>:tmeath 1'; :J.o1 J.<')rhipl....... 7 
I: Lower Can.arla. , , 
k1ay, fit 3 p.m. \Ve
trnpath . . .. 
 :J91 \'.'1l1klpek Hill .., fI 
H.
 .\nothl'f III the town!>h!1' 
! 111'/ }'embrol,e. . .. .. 11 40
 lIawke
hnrv..., fI 3:1:; of CumberllInd, 
/'n'e,1 
IX 
,.T..ronto to · es _ l}Orignal. : .. .. 6 3]! I limes p"r WI'f'k hya mail 
, Hyww'l....,. .'''!IO NIIII'-Rl'lerring f0 t'lh'l's _ frolll lIuckJlJgham, l,o\\er 
, 
ollth "larch.. .. 1"! 30" 1 1'>'-50 inclucivp. 'I'llI' dis- Canada. 
I North Huntley... III 31') 'anee to Parkcnharn. h
 '}S. r.
O,.fP.'nal&Calf'ø A.nd:lllothPrat Sorth/.."n- 
I Parkl'nham.... 1:! 
'!I tahll' II;. i
 
:!-I mill's, 1,'hil" donia 
I)rin
", I:> ca.-trr, "erved tnre p , U!""- 
I "'hill' [,ake.... I
 :;:17 t!lat h\' ranl.- 3ï is only 2PI THE OTTAWA ÐlSTRICT. ! flef week hy 
 mall troll' 
I McNahn....... ß 34 i mill's, makin!! Il difl'prl'nrp _ C 'otcau Landlllg i Lower 
I Castlf'ford. -.. ::_ 

__
,) 7:of :H 
J

 \

.!!..J
__:'!('.:_ '1'hr('I' timps :\-wepk. on ran 
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SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CANADIAN AL)TA
AC. 
EA
TER
 POSTAL DIVISIOX OF CANADA. 
WIL1.J.UI HEXRY GRIFFIN, r. O. SURYEYOR. QUEBEC. 


6f> 


[Nos. IX. X and XI. under generalilead .. Main l'rovindal Route." belong to the Eaf"tem I'ostal nÌ\'i
i()n.] 
1 'Iontreal to UJ'- MOlltreal t8 :/lfiles. 7.:?Iontreal to lIenl- 
[olltrcal tel }.files, 
.to,\VIl, IN 'HIE IhLHOU- :'t. 
Iartin ., ... . . .12 I1lÍngford, IS THE I l'hilipsbnrg..... ..j) I f 
:on: lJ IS'I'lllCT, U. C. :'t. Rose. . . . . . .. Ii Ii COL X'l 11 of 13 EA VH \RXOIS. " , Frel i ghsburg . . . .) 2 63 
::;t.Theresede Hlain- I - Abercorn . . . .. .. ti "9 
Mail,; six time
 a-week, ville . . . .., . . . 4 21 Tw.jce a week. Mail cart. :5utton....... ., Ii 74 
by light car and hori'eback, St. Jerome. . . ....15 3û Leaves Laprairie on I\I-on- f':outh Potton. . . . .li till 
l.ea\"etòMol\ueal at hall'p.ls! - lIay ano.! Thursday at 2 p.m ï - I 
!I a.m.; arrive,; at 

YIOWIl I. 1'1 on , treal to Ca- 
rrin:s . at LaJl!airie 0
:1 "POlit twice a week tO I 
an
 p.m. tile f011owlIIgda!r'.1 rilloll I" Tnl: C'OUl,TY 1 uesday and Fnday at '"I Beo.1ford. 
Leavt's By town at 4 a.m.; OF Two )IOI'STAll'oS. (I.m. , - 
arrives at Montredl ar Sa.In. _ MOlltren,1 
D 
Izlu. t 1. In 0 n t re a I to 
the following day. . Twice a-week. Leaves 
apr:lIn('.. . . . . . !) .),,1 
tnnsh'ud(C()L"'T\ OF 
Jlont,.ral to lI-!tles. LachÜle on Tuesday and . t. Ed,:mard.., . . .13 _:.. 
TA""TIo.:AD), vhl. St.1 
:'t Laur
mt... . ., 
 .J Fridav at I p.m.: arr" eo! at HahY\ï,Il
....... 
 
u J olnl. 

t l'
arun. . .. "';' 
ï ,Jarillon on \\"cdnesday anti Hemm m"ford. ... 8 3b 1 . -. I 
N t:uet
chc. . . .. lJ ,':aturday at á a.lB. Lcaves Threp tllnel! a "eek. },y, 
:5t HenOlt . . . .. ..12 
 Carillon on \Vcdnesdayand 8. ;nont
f'al to I,a-,stage coach. Lt.'.ives 8t. 
"::it Andrews. . . . I:! 'I.> ":amrday at 6 a.IH and af"-' colic (CO!:ST\" ,OF Hr:s-,Jolill" Oll J\londay. \Vpdnp.II-1 
Warillon . . ..... 
 
::- ;ives a
 Lachine 
t ti p.ID. I TlSG?ox)
uul<:lta
u-lda
 and I'riday. at 4 a.m.:, 
Chatham. . .., . H:! .

 ' I!Jaln, ",UTE o}' .N E"'larn\'
1I at 8tanstead t-ame, 
l(;r
nville: . . . .. 
 bl' Jlontr.ctf.l to Jllliu. 1'lIRK. leve!\ll1g. J.e?yes 
tanw'ad j 
l'etate Natlon....3
 {ll
 Lachine.. ....... 9 I ,- , ,,
n lue
ay.lhursday.and 

Lochabcr... . . 
 li !J
 Poiule Claire. . . ..10 1(1 Three timcs a \\eck. :\Iml ::;aturda
. at -1 a.m.; arrivCE 
\ltlnckin
l1<\nl . . ., 
 I
;J 
te. AnIlC. bout de 'Can. Lea'-
s J\lOnlreal onlat St. Jolin sallie cvcnini!. j 
Templeton.. ...1? I:
 L'lsle....... f2 2ÎI
I
nc\ay. \\ec\nesd
y amll ' ! 
JlytOWII. . . . .. ., 3 123 Vaullrcuil........ 3 3U Fnday, noon,: arnv , es. at r./
lltre{[1 to lIllie,. ! 
I'oint a Uavagllol... 7 3i 'Ionlr
al on ::5
nd?r. "ed- '
t. JO
IIIS ..... .27 
--J\ranch Post six times a Ri:rand....-.... 
 4.3 l\tsday and Fnday ,at 8 a.In. J'lkt' R 1\'pr. ., . . .)
 4:2 
w('('k to I./lchule. _ Carillon. . . . . . ., 7 5:l Miles Bedford.... . . .. 5 -Ii I 
t l'ost tlvlce a ,ycek to RI- .'lJontrcal to . 
tanhrid!!e Bast. .. 4 ;;1 

aud. &c. - I Laprair.ï e ........ 
 IJunham'. . . .... I :)(1 
pIaii three timcs a week ". :Uontreal to Dun. J
' '\
a(h
 . . .., . . .1 t 2.": tCowansville..... ti tli 
to Hawkeshury. (lcc
 1"( TH
: 
OC:'iT\ UF' 1'ìapleC\ïlle..... .10 3.3 Hrome.........w i:!' 

Post to l:larenr('. l>EA!:HARl'oOIS. I Lacolle.......... I< n (;eorgc\"il:e..,. ..I
 III 
liroFt to C
IJCrland. _ UlIalllpla
.... P.49 8Ian f"tead..,.. ..12 IiI'!' 
J"fote.-'
ail six times a- Three tin
 a-''I:eek, II) '9. :Uulltrcal toru
-' "Llnlnrh Po
t from f:1. 
wl'ek from Carillon to stage coach. Lea,'es l\Ion
.. tf'd 
Intch. ,-.A LAKJ,. Jolllls 1\\ ice 11-'\ el'k to 1\11. 
HawkesbuCl' :l'1'1L.'Urignal. re!,1 at 8 a.m. O
I J\
onda:y.: CHAMPLAIN.. I JOhnSOn, 
t. llrigide, and l 
_ \\ e::dnesday an(\ E nday : _ \Vcm Farnham. I 
2. 
Ionh'
a
 to I.or.- aen\-es at Uund
 same da,J'1 Six times a week. In tBranch Post weekly tol 
nt;:"t' du fort Il'atl ,It 10 p.m. J..ea\es Ullndl.e \ StImmer hy Steam Ferry-'F.ast Farnham. "-est 8hef- 
t:alll1l1ct Islantl. III 
l,:\,londaYi
Vednesda
 and boat toLaprairie anti thencelford and \Yaterloo. I 
'l'm:Uou'lTY OF ÚTTA\\'\. ri


'l
i 
ont


.
!
I
ru

= by Railroad to' 
t. J?hn.1 -- 
Tl . -: _' k .Iay ThuC!sday and saturd:ty l WhenCe t
eyar
 tran
nlltte 
 t 2. :YI m1trt>ul to U'n- I 
Iree tuncs a nee . , It;)' p.m. hy Amencan lme 01 s.tl'am- terloo, (('0. OF SUEf'- 
þf
les . ers. throngh ..Lake l 
am- FORn). 
1)('rbroOli(> i 
M01l,treal to , Jlontre<<l to !lIlies, 
Ia!n. 
n \, IlItt;r.t.y :<t'l
e rco. OF SIIF.RRROOI{E), 


town. .. . .. . .123 "I "Lachine... . . . . 9 1:-<1t'll!h na 
apr:llCle and :-<t. ulul 
talJl..tead.
Uo. 
Hull. . . . . . ., 1 1- Chareatl"uay _ IG,Johns to lhghqate. State 0 01" STAl'iIlTEAD ) 
Ayl
ner . . . . . ., 7 I:

 ftc. 
Ia;ti;le : : 
 .:: 1
 2
 '-ermont. 
nd thenc
 by. - . 

'


07' . . .. . . i.
 

!: r.ortll Gl'orfYetowndO :)'- w
Of n
IChngton and Tro}' To \\-aterloo lJix times a-
 
c


e
lIi
,;.: : : :: 
 li
 Ormstowl\ . 
. . . .. 7 45,ro . ew ark. week, an
 thence .;:to 8her-' 
tPortane du Fort.. 12 1:".t IIewitt\'ilIe... . . . 7 5:!1*]'Jol1trenl to 1Ililes. ro?ke t
Clce.and . tanstea j 
LitchII'eld. . . ... 5 k!J 1 tlInntingdon..... (j 5'- Laprairie 9 thnCe-l.n f"ta!!t' coachee. 
Calumet Island.. 6 19';' Hnllllee....... .17 7;; t8t Joh ....... I" 2- (Vide Table 20.) 
_ I
 . tll;'nr)::
I
:: ::.::U 4
 Nilu 
wl5rancl1 Po
t three times, Branch, Post da11y to I'hihp
bur
......HI 51 U
l1tre{[l to. . 
11 wl'ck to Chcl,,"a, and BeauharnOls. Hi
!Jgate. . . . . . " EI ';(1 J
ongueUlI....... 
 I 
thence once a weck to tBranch Posts to La 
 f( hambly... . . .. .1,) 1
 
WakefieH. IGuerre and Binchinbrook. "Th
re if" a sc,-enth mail 
te, !\rl1
it'. . . .... !i 2.:!
 
a'rom l'ona2:e ,III Fort 10 _ per '\f-ck het\\ cen :\Iontreal! 
 t. ('(""I,: Irt'. . . .... II :)2 
'ûUI
I.lII.1 Norrh\\'''".lIIlc.IlI, ,ß.
Iontr('al to Man- :J:1d 
t. John. ' g(
bbOt!;
OClI...... 6 3..
1 
andl't:lIIhroke;hree.
III.II'';' \ IÜnß''\illop 1:'01 T'n tJ"'IlI\Vm!er.l.jin8U1n- ,,_m?"
... ..... 

.t 
.ln
 thencc to Fort \\ IllIalll COU,,"TY m' B
"J;nAR
ole. mer. I'tl
t thr<,c times al
trluo. . . . . . .I
 aflj 
Wlce per week. \\I'pk to hie aux 
oix. I "It h . I 
.'11u"treul to 1lfilej. - fPost thref' times a \\ eek _ ranc Post tWle", a-, 
l'onage du Fan.. .1--1 T\'I"ice a-\\-cek-mail ç'ut. to t'iareneeville. I \
("ek to Varennes and' er-, 
\V(.,.tmeath. . ... . 
II 211.t'Lea\"es l\lontrt'al on \0'" ed- _ c 'rt's. I 
l'emhroke.. .,., I.j 
IH.nt'sùay alld Saturday at'lO. :Uolltl't>al .,-ial . ßranch Post to St. :\1a-, 
Fvrt \Villhm. .. I
 2:11.IIoon : arri,"" at M'-'I.1rP,.1 ." II j Ii IÞ!'ò h u r Po' to th


. h l' !': p- 
____- Ion \\'erlne,;u,LY an4 ::i.ltur- .'rcli::h..bn rr:(t '''1"''(- 1 rane Oft to . t. \I
 
. Itluntri'al to St. day at 
 a,m. TV OF:'f 1

Is
Lnl). '111- th

; tlln
s 
:"'''ek. lo: I 
.I'ltl.r....t'dc Glain-I ,,- ton. (COL"TY OF' 
'IFt- : ,ranI' I 
o"t '
'Pr: 
 to 
Till.. and 
t. 
('_
 '\fnntreal t/l 11.11es. FnRv). and Potion. '1111011 al1rl .t. Hyaclllt.!!
:. I 
runic, 1:'01 ..HE COUJooT1l , ' Lapr:ririe,......,. 9 (Co,!:'T\' uf':5I'AI'oHE\V). - I 
(IF 'l'ERR.EIION"óIo.:. St. Reme. ... " . . . 13 .:!
 - L1/m.treal to JlfiIN.! 
_ Norton ('rf'pk. . . .10 3
 Twice a week to Frelighs-, \\'merloo........ .;;!I I 
'fLJ
cc timr
 a-w r t-maill RUf"
e
lto...:n...... 7 3!J l burg-()n
e rhence to l'ot- I N neth 8tukely. . . . J
 7
 
1:.11rt. __ . 

n
I
'!I \ïlIe _' 
.
_
_ ton. __ Mall C
lrt. 
1It'."rl)oke.. .... .2
 ,,':J 
E 



66 


SCOBrE & BALFOUR'S CANADIAN ALMAl\ACr 


'IG. ''''ïlliam U('Dr] 
L Co. 01' ROUVILL
:J, tc 
f'baUlbly, LCo. 0 
Y I:RCIlERRF,; /, and ,,
. 
.John.., CO. OF Uur-; 
TINGDO'O/. 


-'Iløntreal 10- - JUzlcs, 17. in 0 n t rc a I t " I 1I1ile J I S -I .I 1't1iles 
\Vaterloo. . . '. ...59 '.'crr('bolille an(1 I 3iJ 
Frost Villag
...... 
 6') Nt',''": Glas
'o'v, Co, rDrummou(h'iI1e. .2
 13l St. Sylvester. . . . 8 3.,", 
Stukely......... ij t8 OF rERUEBO:\:oiI:. Durham. . _ .,. .J6 1:>.:1 Le.us......... 3 46 
I ßolton....... .1-1 
t - t'1
lbourne . . . '. H Ifj. Jll\en,e
".. ....11 5i 
Stau8tearl . . ..' . .19 LOI Tn-ice a-\H'('k-mail cart I IJrOIllPton ..,.. .1:! Ii:!1 J\ eO' Ireland. . -.111 vi 
_ Ll'a\"es :\1 n.trei'! On \Ved- 
herLrooke.., .1:
 1",- Dllds\\cll...... .39 lUG 
13 ll'" I t St I lles/lay an,l Haturcla}, at I 
L'mnowille. .. .. .. 1H Sherl..:ruoke.. . .:!O l:!ti 
I . .ot
.rca [ 11 . p.Ill.; arrives at ;\Jolltn'al l'Ollllltoll.......!1 l!1' l 


 )'ac'llItlu', o. .OF' 011 \Vedllesday anù.5atueùay Hatley....,... 7 2');',24. q ;'U' b('c 10 Stf'. 
, AT. [h\lI\rlIE,] VUt: at 9a.lll. 1181'lllslead......1I21! 
Iana la BC':illC(', 
(Jitalilbly. , ' 1 _ j &: B1.CIIIH'b('cICoad. 
, , - k ï lIIolltreRl 10 JJIllc
. t Post weckly to UptOIl CUI""lY OF DORCIu;
n.R. 

n times a-wl'c -m
J Sault au Reco\Jct... !I and '\ aUl!Is:HI. ' _ . 
cart. Lea\e;;
lontre;lrI I y :-:I,VincC!Jtde1'auJ..3 I:! t 1'0
tdailvtoR
chUJOlld.
 Twicl" a week to L 
at4p,llI.j arnvcs at "Iont- Terrehonnc ...... ß ", Iri-\\I'ekly to Km;!sey and I1eauce.tht'llceollceaweek 
roal dally at 8 a.lll. f'1. 1.\11. . . . . . ...J I :};),lJam ill<'. '-.mail cart. 
i}f, t r Ù 1 1lIiles. New (
Ia" .O\V. . . . U III : Post tri, weekly to Eaton
 
1 O,Ror l 0 "I _
 :nn I Rohin"OIl. Qllcbcc 10 , 

ha J II
.!JIY ß ' .:
. '
I "9 t 8. "10111 rNd 1,0 I.'-í II ('Osf tri-\\ eekly tQ Harus- 
lt. Helin. . . ... . . E! 
. t. call al tI_te ... . - _ J
 ....ODDI.,tiOIt and ton and CoatIcook. La llcauce. . . _ . . .19 31 
:;t. Hyacmthe... . .16 .J" R.. '''don, Co. oFI _ I I-'t, JC
P!Jh. . '" '" .12 4:) 
LJ:l.,,,TEll. 121. Qu('bec 10 (ot-, 
t, Fra\l!;'Ois.. . . . J2 .3:; 
14. .Mon tr
al to .Ya: _ , bi n icre. (COU1'i n 
J :;t. Gcorge . . . '" . ï ij:! 
)
Iasli.:a. &. c... l (;0..0, Three tim.'u a weck- l,o nnNIEHE,) al1(1 N ..-I - 
y'A\I!\8K\.J via 'Vd- \ mailr art . LCé!\CSi\lOlltre,tl l ('olet (COU"IT\. UF ì"A-.25. Qurbcc to St. 
, Ilau} 1.I'ury. ,m Tuesday. ThlHI' lay and ltHSKA.) I · 'hur (C". Qt' UI,!.r.- 
,- . ,"::aturday, at 5 p.m.; arrive" - cn \1iI.
E.) 0\.- "TU-UliJ- 
Three tlInes a
,:
k-mall l "lt MOllfrcal 0'1 :\IOllrla\', / T\Yicc a weelt - Jiflht JODI, CO. Ill" j)v.
lJH.!-o- 
<:art. !
cav{'
\iV'II
H1I1lHen- fhms \:iy aud :5aturù,IY, al Mail cart. Le.'lves }jieakl 'n.H. 
r'] on lue,;day, 1 hur"da Y ' j -4 a.lII. In i\Iol1.lay amJ Thur,..ta\ ,I - 
,a/;'lIi Saturd,I
! I
t f; a.llI. ; !I ' It;) a.m" alld arnves in: Twice a week. l\lail cart. 
larn..es at W II 11I!11 Ilene) Jf'J1Il7'l
al 10 . flies"ltnchec ÐH Tucsd,IY an" ., 
,1
t1 Weùlil
d.I}, Fnda}, anù *
t. 
nlpicc... _ . .
6 IFriday, at 7 a..Ill.; lea\<. - f2uiher 10 , lIlt,es, 
I
uuday 1I00n. L'A"'"OIII\'tio!l..... ;, 31j(luebec ou TlIcsda} alld l 
1. Helin.. .... .12 
lJIiles' l SI. JacfjU(.s.... _12 4 Friday, at 2
 p.m., alld ar- 
t. -'\I'
eh:le Ü 1- 
"'f"1Ilr
rJM _ Rawdoli... d... !I.-;:.llnl'
atNleoletOIl\\'{,lllIes- ðt.l'!.ur... .. (; 21 
1':11I1
1II Henry... .4:; "'_ 1 -- _ Jay alld :5atuCllay. at 0} p.IlI' 1 EaH F
,1IlIt'toll. .. -: :
.
 
I Ço},'1 flI!I,I"h.a . . . .... L .
I *Post house on lIIail roulel Jlltlc \\ e
1 I' ralllptOIl.. . \j ,þ 
.t,frallcls.......8h.'toQueLec I (-J,lleblrto $ - 
! LaE:
le.........
7:
' :.'t.:4'H.l1olas....](! 126. 
udJc'c'o M. 
'
 . ' 10. :Uolltrcal to III. j St. .'.moine..... !) 2:,' 1!.;nu
Olld. ('..Ul'i'1'\ 
, JoIOlIl \ama
ka, a Imul. - 
t Croi>. II 3'/ vt'l'ORl':lIV 
br.tII
heslhr
e Urnes 11 \wel, 


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are. ].
tLilli
;;:'. '::. '.a 4Ì'1 . -' " 
,to l{Jver Da\ HI, awl thelicl' j :-:t. Je.1II des Chail- Onct: a we('k-lI
ht cart. 
,"IICP a wppk to Upton and .- -_ - 10m;. ,.... .10 .3tJ . 
UrumlJ1ondville. T\1\ Ice a wecl..-maI{ cart Bt. }'ierre Ie" Uec- I Qucbf'c 10 'fllt. 
- I 
I01llrclli fo ,UilCð, quels " . . ... ..10 G
 I Lort'lL
."""", II 
t 5. .l'I!on
real to S-: j ' Herthit'r . . . ... . .4.3 :(;eutillv .. ....10 ïl V II 
rll"'r - . . . . , ï !
I 
I Allnl'
 st: Ilu
nc!oi' *:3t EliI.a!Jc:h . .!I I J:el'
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'! r,mcl"...
; lr 1 27 . qU('b
C'Ð Mus-- 
Twice a-wcek-m&il c;let,j 
Hranch Po.t 10 IhiIle-:---;-' ,-a 
 Ua), Cn. "f' 

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I'tfii,,,'!!Jnut-nilJe uJi.t's-twice 'I * d.
tl('h rl'"t to HlaIl! IWH.t.\. 
I'rfo/,trcal to . __ . " / w,'('k. ,ford amI St'Hlff'! 1 
\ a\ll.I
ka . . . .. . .JI - Onc" It wed.. l.ea" 

I. Aimc-. , . .....66.1 - 22. Qu.'b( (' .0 

111N 
ìl,t'h'c I po. : ..tlm',... 

t. Hu!!uf"s. . ., . ..11 7 :120.lJJ!on1 rCß I, to IllII'I., cr:-'I't ('UI" no.' l\h 1.. 0011 .1:11.1 .urn." atl-l. ielt'l 
St. Simon. . '" ., á i! bnU
DI
, (( UU\T\ (Wi GA'TII'.) S. a II" 0 I ò e\cry Frid,1V. dt l:' a.In. 
St. Hyacinlhe. . . .10 b! J)RV
1.\I)ND,) !Ioberl (('''UNT\ Of' DR' \IO'D,) - 
I
rookc (<:;01" 
y flVI .0\ rHto ba!oJ..c (Co. hF Quebec loJ J1Iilcs_1 

m'RJJRnOKE.:, &: !',tau. DRnI
o'O/Ð, OI;C.) 1 'h,IIe,1U Ricllt'r... Iti 
Piòh'ud. (lnu,n 'H I _ 1:-1. Paul's g,I}...U fl., 

T
 'S'1'..AD,) \-IA THREI Onet' a week. 1 è
 f..1 Duleml'n" . .!) I;! 
RIVli:R
 1'0/ \VI'TI'R, Þ:\1 Quebec 10 "flles. .!HUH.I)' BII},. . . .:!l !)..
 
J'ORTST.FR
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I-' 
(, l
iles.... . .30 
MER. _ I North III\'erne
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" 1 
8. QllI'bec to Ui'-, 
C;:' . !' 
O:IIt'r.,{'t.......J,) I' 1"rednl,t"!l;t'Ch' 
Three times a-wcek.- 
 IX tlmcs a v.
t' t, In S

:rf' 
tallrolù.... . . . 6 G!11 b..... I ÌJllu....k i &' 
T eaves \Villi1m Henrv 011 coaches anù 
!
 I
hs. ,_\ 111- .\rthaha"h.a..,.. I; ÎJ 
fu.ti...,.Jo. OI!ÜAlOl"KI 
Montla)', \'\'f'lhll'<;day - ani' ter_, Ila\f'S I h;,'e. 
I\cr
 \\"arwiek... . . .]2 Qï l _ 
Fnday. at h'lll-I'a
t 7 a.m.: d,
lIly at !lOO!!, arnnlll! II' lIaIlIl\'ìl!c.....,. :.) 9, Thr"e ClIIrs a wf'd 
:trrihlS at 
t. JolHl.s sallIv ::t1nstllfill at, I P. 
1. r..!luw- Rir ,1'1 'lIeI . . . . . .11 III -H/.!IJI 
I.lil r,.rt, Lf'ol\r-"l 
eVP'ling. LC:J\'es 
t. John
II;II; d;1Y" HllI_
I/l6f,. Ie; \'1', Mel!JOI.rrw..... I IJI ,,lI.I' C 'AI i\!!,,',.JI1Y, \"'et.. 
nnJ\1ollllay,\,Veùne!orl<l.yallfl [or!N. f
;J_l!c

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II
, t _ [Ie,.d,,
 n/lll L'oday. ,it 1!J 
IFrirla}'.,t:tP,IlI.: ;'l.Cri\<c
at''.' ,I.,arrrnll_at._ 
Ical 23. Qu('bl'(' to!lo;I':I('r.'IIl-, all,( IUfI\O'f- 'ltQ'lelec. 
I \Villialllllenryon-Tuesrl,IY. at J\o,'n the follow:ng day. bron:
e (I '0. nF 
Il"-I{J 'n j':, tm>iay, \\ l'lhll's.lay 
I'l'hurf>tlay anù Saturday al (J. idc Tablc L.) ßTI'JI,I{' ,) via 1.(>I'd... allrl Thur,.tlay, at 
 .11 
tIlOOII. )f ic' I ..\:..... \ C".m' L(J'rlJl}l!ER
;. lI1ilc
 
I !If' ,JJfr1/frClll 10 . , . - Quebec to 
Willvnm fl"r,-y to . I e,. Three Rivers. . . .!}U Oltrl' a wcek. * Li!.rll1 . 1'01111 I.e.. i. . . , . 1 
i 
I. Our!;_.. .... .I'! I'ort:'t. 
'rancis... 
 !1' J r;Jrt. - ::'t. 
,I."hd,..,. .11 I:,! 
I 
(. Dellis. . . .. .. 7 I!! :Kkolo't. _" _ . . ,'I If" Q"
"cc I"
 M
les 
t. 'J'ho'II.I
. _ . . . J!I :W 
, 
t,Cl1arles. ....62-; 'LdBaÎ>'.. ,1211 St,l;iles.......:.O L'r
l"t ......15 t!1 
I Ut'læil.........8
:;
- 1 - -- ' 
ChamLly. .. ... .. U 4] , * ,.;
 tri-\<\CùKly to \ViI * This lllUil \<\ i\; '!<hortI) 
 * Brandl l'o
t wt'elily to . 
I !'II. Joh-n
... . . . ..I'! 5,lh"m "I'm\' , hI' made twic
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303 
('arleton. . .... . . 36 33!1, 


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1 
Port Daniel. . . . 
l 4\11, 
Ca
 Cove. . . ., 40 4511 1 
}'erce. . . . . . .. 9 -I5!1 
l'uiut f=t. Peter... ]:í 4Î.J 
Ga
pe Basin. . . . 2'l 4UIi 


.'1-filC$.; lIItles..c
uebee e
ery Friday, at -I I 
4" 11.J p.m., 
nù arri\-es at GaslJe 
I f't. Jean Port Joli ï .j;' St. SiUlOl
.. ... . .l
 1.3.JIßa-in bcconù 
urll.lay fOI- , 
:-it. R'1ç ';"5 .\Imai.. 7 ti
 R IIW !;Kl.......:!h 1- lù\\ IIIg, at" p. m.; leaves 
I ::;t. \:I1IC la l'oca- St, Luce. . . .. . .1-1 lfI.J Ga"l'c n,1sin evcry Frilfay, 
tieee. . . .. . . . !I Î' 
Ietis......, .13 2U7 at 10 a.III., and arri\eb at 
R i v ICi"C Ouclie. . .;) , ' I - Q.a he 
econtl \V ednc
 '.a} 
St. Veni'! de 80n- --, NiI:e- 'Jail bPt\\ccn Que- ')lIowio1{!, at8 a.m. 
teillt:ric. . .,' . . û s. . and Point L"vi t\\ ire a Qllebec to ]}Iiles. 
Kdlll fa .,. . 7 
I. in t"11II1I1I'r, <l.nd once a: 'lcU"......... 
7 

t. Alldet ......10 IUt j"y in \\ III r. ,oCrlli.; Point Rco;- 
Ri\' . d
 {.ù.JP ( 'I - tigoucl,e Ri\er. {)(j 303 
to . . _ .. . . ..It lLl'29.Qu{'bectoGaspc. - l\ulc.-\Yeckly I'ostcom-I 
Cacon:J. , . . t.i I:!' I "hI. .ifIelis. *V'Hbcttleù-;\Tail carried muniriltion at Ceo I)ointj 
hIe Vcrte. ;.... I:! I:J
 - in winter on snow shoeslwith '!\Icw ßrunswicl..,soutl' 
Trois l'i"tOlcs.. . .l'llli Onc,e a \',Ci k. Leave" these 9t.i 1!Hleb. !of the ßaie ùes Chaleurs. 


'YE
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 PO
'rAl.. Dl\-I8IOX OF CA'XADA. 


ED\\" ARD 
. FREI.:R, p. O. :51.'R VI:YOR, TORONTO. 


. ....os, I, II, 111, IV anù Y, under "f'lIeml head .. :\Iain Pro\- illcHd Route;' (p. 60,) belong to ÙJe n' el:;teru, 
:l'O!otal Di\'i..ioll.) 
,I. Toron:o ..\:: S"lndrILea\"!", rredit 
t 9 a. III,. 9. E"fJuc
in
 aud noon on Monday andFrida
. 
hill, 1:\ TIlL lIO'lE 1>1"'- 1 md f't n1Py'!' 'Tills at 4 p. Gucll)h, I'" TilE \VEL 1vr07lto to' JIoliles. 
I l'R1C'f. III.. on )Ionday. \'\'eJlles- LDiGTU'IIhsTRICT. Beach' iIIe.. . . .llJ2 
_ h}, and 
aturda} Em' rG. . ... . .. b 110 
l'o,1rh three limes a wne:t. Turm,lo to ]}Iiles. On horsebad" weekly. St. Mary's (Elan- 
I VCR 'fo ')!Ita at:3 p. III. ('red,t... ..W Lr-3\.es LSfjllC"illg at 6 a. chaffl). . ." .. ]2 12'1 
'Ilùnl1a\". \Vc '1Ie'
i:l'; allll f"treeb\ iiiI'. . .. . . 5 2.1 111., 011 Thllr!'clay; leave. 8tratÎorù....... 13 1:]5' 
'Frulay: IC:l\cs :::anjhill a: I'IlIIrrh\iile.......'):!! Guelph a1 Î a. 11-1., on I:;at- 
1 4 a. Ill" 'fill' <lay, Thur!'da
 Nonal...... ., Î 31 IIrrlay. 13. London &; Pori 
I1.lItÌ 8"I[lrll,1)". Chinguacolisy. ., 7 1 C Turcmto to ]}Iiles. Sh,nlt'}., IN 'UIE L(lfi- 
Torilnto to ".(iles Stanley's 
1iIIs.. .. 7,'jt l-'''ljucsjn
.. ". . .48 DO:ol DISTRICT. 
I ,\',.PSWII........ HI Ballinafad.. .....755 
I \".II,_,all, (1'11,1' í.P:tlcl'moandXor- l
ClIl........... 762 Coarhdaily.Lea\-csLon- 
(;C\)\c
ïll" .... 
 1' 1 "aI, I" THE HilKE lJ.,. Eramosa... .....157;lIon at half-past 111 a. m" 
t" oh:c':j COC\lcr
, TRlt.l'. Guelph. . . . . . . .10 Sí alld arrives at Port 
talJlf'} 
Killg). . . .,. R 2( -. ilt haif-pasl 
p. m.; leme" 
1.10)':IO\\'n.. . . . . . S 3 C'rnrh. t';\ 11'(' a week Ic:.. Rarrie & O'VNl'
 ro
t ::;11:" I t-y at S a. m., allll 
-\Ihiou. . . .. . . . .10 4: LI':J.v('
 P,llerrno at 1\ :I. m.. SOllnd, I'" THE \V.t.L- .1rrIH'
 III Lonùon at I'! Ill. 

lndhlll. . ... . . . () 5. an,1 
.orval at t p. III" 011 LI"iGTO"- DrSTRICl'. Toronto to JIoIiles. 
\ll)n .av and 'l'hursda\'. London ...... .129 
I\vl -'\!ail frmll "'CHOII Tor,,',';' ,,, l,fles. \Veekly. 011 hori'ehack \\'c!otlllim:"ter- 
10 \i,i'lltcr, ur D 1<1.h,I}C,! ('alf'CI.lo. . .... . . .3') LI'.I\l's Blrrie on Thllr
- (Junrtion).... 6 1:J,'j 
III ill 
lilluu . . . .. . . . 53,- -Jay: Icaves OWCII'S Sounu Rt. Thomas. . . . It 147 
t I,\('-'Iail from ""ohlc'. Hornby.., . 7 4_ 'JII :\Iom\;'y. Port Stallley.... 9 J;;t:\ 
II<' " to Killg p. O. 
 F"QI 
i'1g.....,.. II 4
 1'urmtlo to Mllc
. 
mil" 
')C\'.". . ' , 5 5' " , ß I .l ll r l r l 
c l(I : le - . ' . ' . , ' . . . ' . ? _ 
O . _ ) r,
 14. PortSt.mleyaud 
, n ,... 
Lt.trta, l:oi THE LUfiDG'I 
oJ. E t 0 b ii (' f) I;;;: (' and 3. :X{'}'.on aud Na<>. 
ulIa\\'asaga..... J1 9: lJiSiRICT. 
f\.oHnnd !L"l.
,tinv. "':
; a
' f" a, r'õ TlU I' ,Iphra
ia . . . . . .22 ] If 
i" Till: :-:nl .. .- \) ,I iC i (
( UI",l -T. f'r. \" ill( ellt.. . . ,l-!]a ('n hor"ehar k. t'\yire a. 
(J\\CII'S ::-IOUll!I.. .
,'j 1.3':: wcek. Lea\'..!' l'ortf:talJl"j 

h "rl'')r-' 'a
" t'\ 
t r. ch, I ;:'"ltur- - .It; I. rn. on \tvnoa\' al 
T..." 
 lIo!lalH la
. L... a",,,. hI. Pf'n('tan:nli..h. ;'ri I:,v, rcturni' t-:'lIIe rlm, 
III j\1v.lda all" It .') a. 1:'1., returlls 
 ,U1(' 1 f'ne ant.I S.ullt !'I.e. 1'or" Itu to ,1/ìl 
 
'J a, III.; .e'!. :. ltW:"r
{'. I' TIll" IILR... I'ort 
allll'j .. . .151; 1 
,,' \\- 
d '1.
 Toronto 10 11(ile
 I)' rR . FUOT 01' LAb.. 
paCl:l . . . . .. II .f5, 
, aj e\ 11, X p'<; "\ . . . . . . . . -. Eit lIOR. 
I'm ,,' /0 .;Iles LO\\VII.,...... . 74' 1... '.I'II.H1ne"'viIlc ..\. 
Etohirol..c. . . .. . . " N 3S"'
 
a\\'e
 a . . .., ; 4! In thc bumm
r sea"01 Zone .lVlill
, Ifi TUr,. 
::; lIIh ,'I:" Mills.. . . 10 l' "'e('kJv. hv btcamer, frolll \VEsrERs DrsTRICT. 
I 
andjllll. _ . .... . !} 2i 7. Nf'1wzoll and "'a_ Pelll.t.jn
uishelle; anl1onc! 
)Ionù 'I ills . . . . . .1 L :1. tel'd:n,"u, 1:0. TIlE GOR
 a month in \\ inter, by cou- On horseLack weekh.- 
.\dJala. . . . .12.') DISTRICT. fiers, across the ice. (Viti. Lf'.,veb Thalllellwille on (",i- 
'1''','uul,pul . . . . . . - 5' No. -1 of" l'elltral Posta' :JV at 
 H.ID" aud returns 
I"J . I Ileac!. . 3 HI ('oar h, thrce times a wel'k Ih \ i>ion," p. 61.) -'1l11e cia}. I 
ßradfonl.. . .. . G Ii Leav. 
\\'a[crdo\\'n at lIoon. Tor0711o to !lfiles, Toronto Ii} ]llile,. 
I ilJllan,1 J.lIH1in<T... 4 'iJ)n 'f'1J( :,'1Y. Thllr rlLY. P,'nct'lIl:!lIi!jllcne.!lt Th:Ulle"vi1le'.. . .1Î
1 
111": :'<<l.turday, rewrns same (h\-ell's 
ound... I)') J.j! 7.01lC 
1iI1!'. . , 7 I
b 
,3. "io
no .ifJ.HI.. anf. II
 'Taniroll\\aning. .120 27(' 
J'ìiu
.nur,,' !'lIE ::;I
I' Tumldo 10 -'"files. Lief rhl' (I). O. 16. ('balhanl :11)(1' 
, IF U,,,UW'T. X<'\,,".,. . . , .3.') .1 p..nc'pc!. \, .. 30 3(1
 I
1'if'u", I
 THE \'\'EST! 
\Vatcrdo\\n. . _. -l 3
 Rt..Ioseph's(Brucc ER'I j)rSTRIf''1'. I 
"Tilil's) .. . . ..100 JI'!' 
8. p,. fJUf'",in:: A. _"-c- Sault Stc. Marie. ijlJ 4ti: \oacb thrcctimc!' a week. 
tOil, IN 'IUE GOIlE DiS- Leavps t 'h,ltll:1rn earl \. on 
1.R!('l'. 12. ]J{,;1c1,,'ille and ,hp 1lI0milll!
 of' ;';lIriclav, 

tr'atford, I
 '1HE Ii! - \;\'c(hwsda\' and Fri.!;I
". - 
1J0n.phark \\eckh'. Lf'a\e' RO'; ÐISilUC r. rOT01ltu t" Miles. 
1. Crt'(1it and Stan. \1'(1)11 at 1'< a. III" 'on Mon- Chatham (Ralcigh 
If')'!'> niJl
, IN 'I'll; Ja
,-return5
amcùa;. I On hOr."t'hllck. twice' a P.O.).......1!J4 
UU'lrE DiSfRIC'T. T, TOl"O '0 ]I-(;!et<, w('('k. I...Hvcs Rcach\'ilh Cook's ComerI', 
I - r-:"fjUCSi:lg . . ... . .4P ,t j I a. M. on Till's.,,)! alii 'proposed P.O.) ï 20" 
: ruach 
 
hrc('
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(h h')r
 Lack, \\"l'klr.ol 
"oudav. - 
7'tJrontõ III J'ril't-.i 
M".; Mills..... .3" 
i\Juhunr . ... . .12 .')1 



1 68 SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S ,CANADIAN ALì\IANAC. i 
l7. Hraut!Ord , , Pari.. :!'l. St. '.I'hoUla!i and I
trathroy. and Ka
esvilleI1'o1'01i
O to Niles. I 
. and Prn,ceton, 1:'; 1 Alii bel"!O!(bul"gb, lI'i l lrom Almcns-the dl!5tance l Berlm......... eo 
TnE ßROl:K DI:;TRICT. THE \VFSTERN DISTRICT. will then be: Peters bur!! . . .,... 8 eF 
- - Tm'ollto to Niles.' - I 
Coach, daily to Paris: Coach threclimes a-WCCk. ! Ami!'ns.. ..... .147 \ 32. Galt aUtlA)')', I" 
lhree tImes a WC(!k. tOjJ.eave!'; ::;t. Thomas at3 \I. Rtrathrov...... ã J.)
 THE lìùRE DISTRICT. I 
t'ri.ICf'ton, Monday, \'\i en, / m. on Tuesday, Thursday Katcsville .... .. 4 1.jU - 
,le:;.lay and Friday. Leaves and 8aturday; lea"es Am-/ - I Coarh, three times a week. 
dranttonl at half-past 8 a. herbtburgh at 2 p. m. ou 21. Loui!iòvillc anel Leav
s Ayr at 8 1I.m. 011 
II. and arrives at ßrantfonllTuesday, Thursnay and 
a.1 Port Sarnin, 1'1 THE,Tuc!';rlay, Thursday and Sa-I 
It half-past 5 p. Ill. tl1n
ay.([)aily to :';t.Thomas \VESTER:'> lJlsrR,cT. tunlay; leaves Galt at 2' 
Toronto to ]lfiles \ia London-vide No. I:J,) - p.m. same days. 

ra!1Uord. . .., . ... 7
 __' 7'u!01
f:' to lI{iles. Coach, t
\'i
e ;'I wpek.1 TO
'07l10 10 Niles. 
Ian6... .....,. ,., :oil. Ihomas... .14:. Lea"es LOUIsvIlle atS a.m., (7alt........... 711 
Princeton.... . . . IJ :-li' Fiu!!al........ 5 I I'; on1Vlonday and Thursday:: Ayr.. ...... . . . 1383 
, I>ort Talbot. . ., 4 J,jl leaves PorI f:arnia at t' a.m. 
18. Hrautlord au(J Tyrcolluel..... 7 J.;:' on Tuesday ami ],orillay. 33.{
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Howard.. ...... 7 I"':.! ]lawn !\Jills.... 10 19"', - I 
Coach three times a week. Erieus........ 2,1 '.!.,U 'Vallaceburgh,.. J8 2Jti, on 1I0rs p hack, weekh'.. 
Leave8
t. George at lIIa,lII, Romney.. ...... ] 12"11 :\Ioore........ 22 2:J'-'Leaves Guelph at(i a.m. õn l 
,)U Tuesday, THursdayand J\If'rsf'a....... 92:?!1 Port i;arnia. . . . 1U 21'" V.-ednesday; leaves Owen's, 

aturday; leaves ßrantford j Gostield........ !) :on'- - 80und aUI a.lII. on 8atur- 1 
<l.t 110011, and arrives at :5t. Colche
tf'r " . . . 11 :!, jO I 2S. U'
1nlilton and day. . I I 
c;rorge at3 p, Ifl. Alllher
lbnrgh.... I'.! 2J:l GueJ}'l1, 1)0 THF. \VEL-, Toronto to 
Miles. 
Toronto to ]lliles. - LJ:lWTU;'Ii IUs fRICT. I Gnelph....... 8U 
J&rantforù. . . . . . .7U 23. London ..\:: Gode'- - Elora . . .... . . . ]:1 m'l 
8t. George. . ... . .10 901 rich, IN THE HURO', Co
ch daily. Mail lean's, Fer!!us........ 3 ] II'!' 
- I DI'HIUCT. ,Iallllltun ;It 8 p.III" and ar- ArUJllr........ HI 1:?L 
19. Hraulford and - ri\esatGu('lphahout-la.III,1 Normauhy..... 1113:? 1 
VitiOJ'ja, IN 'I'HE TAL- I Coach or horseback, twic.e Lean's (:nelph at I p,III_.1 Bl'ntiuck....... J.) 1
7 
BOT VI:3fRICT. a wt'ek. Leave" London and arrivl':< at Hamilton l 
ullivau.. ..... I'! J,'i!l j 
- lat 9 a.III., or after arrival ahout 12 lIIidni:!ht. OWI>n's Sound.... 1-1 11:3 
Coach daily (Sun,lays ex.IOf 
dslern lIIail, on )Ionday There is also a ,lay coach, I 
't'pr.cd). Leaves Brantlbr,l'antl Friday; leaw!' l:ode. 1l'.lvin:! Jl.llnillon at:- ii./II., 34, Un.i. i I!nn and 
It U midnight. or as soolJ l 'rich at'; a. 111.. 011 \\-etilles- alld Guel('11 at I O(,nl..'" hichl nnun, i I h'. 1'1 'I'IlE 
,IS may be after the arri\"al day anti 
aturùitY. cl!rries a I!lail iu "inter. ! :XI',r..\R
 IJlf';'JUC'r. I 
Mthe Ea8tcrn nl.lil; leave
 7\J1'OfltO t9 'Ifiles. 7'o1'0Ilto tu 'files. - 
Vittoria at 1L a. m. , I LOII

I
....,.. I:!!I _. flalllil,on....... 4
 _ ,I roarh tllrl'': rill1('
a week,! 
Toronto to -,IlleS. 1 !\l
l'llIlvrdY"" 2:l J
:,I j}
nd.,
......", :) 

, Leavl's lIallll!1011 al:-' a.m,.: 
l>rmafur.l... .. . ..U H,IY. . . . .. . .. p ]')'1 \\l'st llalllhoro .. ;J .,., rm 
Iùllllay.\\ cdncs'lay alltl 
1\l
I,awl\, ()[OUllt 
 
_ Turkc.rslllith,... 211 I
? I 
hel1ield........ ]
 
,
'Fritl.ay; lI'a\"e" I!unn\'ille 
lleasaut). . . ..,) ,,> Guùench....... 10 k.I Galt.......... I ''',at b a. III.. on fUl'sday, 
Oakland. . . .. . . 5 FU - Preston.. . . .. .. 3 731'hursda} aud Saturday. 
"Yaterford . . . . .. 6 
(j 2,1. 

('f?inivray alat1 Guelph......... 13 PU l ' TorlJ11t
. to lIr
les 
Slluc.oe. . '" . . . H .11 1 '
llllallls, 1:11 TilE - Hamlltoa... . ... . .41> 
Port Do,'er. . .. .. 7 10] Lo:mos DiSTRICT. 29. Pre!iiton &: Golle- (:Jallford........ 9 5.', 
Vittoria . . . . . . . 8 111U - ).jell, 1:'1 'I'll': HURI)S
 *&l1e('a (Caledonia 
- Horseback, weekly, on ]IISTRICT. Bridge)... ..... (i tit 
'20.
inlcocandBay- ',Iondav. - York. . . ....... 66i 
' I haUl, 1'1 TilE LO;\DIJN I TUTlJ1lfñ In !\Tiles, Cor:rh three times a week, Jnrliana........ 3 ,0 1 
DI:3'I'RIC"T. i\1cl:ilIivray.. ..]51 ILm\.es Preston at 3 a. m. Canhoro....... .13 K! 
Coach, ti!rce times a week, \\ïlliams...... 10 161 1 ,
n Tuesday, Thurs
lay 
nr1 Dunnville....... 13 {I] 
['\\ ice VIa Port Bunvell,1 - ,.,aturday: leaves ho,'ench - I 
and once via '\Iiddleton. 2.'). London &: Port It ï p.m. on :::uuday, Tues. ... From Hamilton to Port' 
1 7'oronto to ßfiles' l 
arui.l, IN rilE \\-E:>r-:(jay and Thursday. , [)/)\'er vi
 Ee'!l:'cl1, a diS- / 
:::imc.oe. . . ..... .!It ER:'I V,STRICT. TurOllto to J11tles. tancf' of u!J nlllcs, "y thf', 
\ïttoria. . '" . . . 7 10] - Preston. . . . , . . 7a Planked Roarl, a daily lIIail l 

orlllandale (For- Coaeh thrcetimes a week. N"!'.w .\berdeen... 7 8[; has been IIpplipd for. and 
!.;es) . . . . . . . . -l 105 Lean'!' London I1t 1(1 a. m, \Vllmot, (Hayes- new. officps pr?posed at 
\Yalsinrrhnm (8t. 'or after arrival of I:astc>rn ,'ille). . . . . . , 10 9. OneIda and JarvIs. 
'''-Illiams) . . . . Î 11'2 mail, on :\Ionday. Wednes- f:tratford...... . 17 W7 _ ---:- t 
rortRowan.....J. JJtida
.andF'ri'lay;lcavesPortl Mitchell,......]2 ]1'3..,. Dnlnn
lnC :11)(1, 
Houghton. . .,. . . 8 J'!I Sdrniaat 111 a, m. 'l'llc
lla}" McKillop......]3 1'1'.! Port :JI;utl:llld. 1:-'1 

,?rt Burwell.. . .10 I , 
H Thnrsrlay allil SatunJa y :, I 'I:llck,:r
:nilh.... 
 1
" THE 1'íLHI\RA JhsrRICT., 
' I \ I'-'nna. . . .... . . 3 ]:3ï 7'"ronto to JlTt.cs, Godcnch..... .. JU I,)L I 
H:nham(r.ie.tllu'd) S [.t:; London.,.... .1
!, I - naily, in the eveuingF,1 
. . _ I Lobo......... 111 ]311130. Prc!i'ton&'Vool- hoth W:l}'s. I 
21.. BranHord and Allliel
s....... 
 I
i ,,:iela, I" lHE\\T EL '.DIG- Tnronto 1,0 .' "rileS' j 
I St. 'I'bonla
 IN T,U' ArJelaule....... ,1.>1 1 '1'0'\ DISTRI<'T. nunn\lll.e..... . . .P! . 
: ),,):-IDII:-O VI'H'RJ('T. I \\-arwick...... 12 1Ii': - Port Maitland. . .. ,) !)U 
'f'oach.thrcetimesaweek. Portf:.unia..., 211!11I 1 Coarhthreetimesawel"k, - I 
')",a\"l'8 Branlford at J2 111111. __ l.e,IVI"" \\Tùolwich at G a.m. 36. IO;t. ('athørÏP.ff''' 
1 'III:::ht'Oratkrarri\"aI0fthl'26. \c1f"
i(!.o f'lRel ou :o.1()
lIj'.\\, '\-edn(,':da
 1 ancl.lbtllnu'ill
.r'l 
ERStern lIIail: nn,1 St. Tho., Katl'!oiv.IL
, 1:'1 TIII,land FWI.IY, awl return!; Till: :'iiIHI\R'l.VI
TKlt'T. 
ma.. at 9
 a m. on Tuesda," Lo'woK DI"TI:I('T. same tla
 s. - i 
ftnd Thursday, allli ill thè ' - 'F/Jr'llllo 10 ."!.il,.... I'ail
 coach. I.eave
 
t'l 
feveuing on ::5.ltunl.1Y. I Coar-h t\\ ice a \Vpek.- Preo;lOIl ., . . . . . . d ,rathnr
:1('s at q ;I, III. and, 
T/Jr , onl/J fo 
Iiles. J f'a"
s Ad('hide 
t !I a m. P
rill1... . . . ... 7 p
, nunnnile at 6 a. III. . I 
I. ßrßmfonl.. .... . .,0 'on 1 IlPsrlav ann :oiaturda)', \\ atcrloo. .... .. 31'.' TUTnnifl III ]If,leB. 
I HlIrfor'j........!J j!J and relurns' same da"I'.. \\'ool\\'lrh. .. . ., 7 9l ":-'t. C:ahal'jnes.. .f-:; _ I 
NÐ(wi('h.. ..... .14 fl3'T01'01lf,Jto '1ltles. - Tlu)rold .... . . . 4 f.<, 
Olterville.. ..,.. 7 1110, Adelaide.... ._. .1.>1 :31. Ð('I.iill and P('- Alll'nhl1r!!'1....... 4 PI 
ncreharn. . .... . . 7 111'i t'trathro
'....... 7 161 1 ter
blu'
', I' TIIFVrEL- Port Rohinl'olJ. ., 3 "41 
Bayham. . .., . . .1,) 12l Kat.esvillc...... 3 lW J.lNU\'OS Dlo;TRICT. - .' ..I.
' 
I A}'lmer,.....,. q ]:30 - - .*P3VI" J.I''':
n1tOn-;:nd '1 
! _ kit. Thomas.. . . .l
 

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SCOBIY. & BALFOUR'
 C.-\XADIAN AL:\IANAC. 


69 



fite8.'Leaves Port Dover at 7 a.m. l\fite!!. -12. .'ort Eric
 Point 
!H on Friday; leaves Dunn- lU51 Abi..o
 uUII ."ort 
:\[erritt!lville. . . . 5 99 ville at 7 a.m. on Saturda}". tChippawa...... 3 lU:" (;olborlle, 1:\ TIlE 
l- 
Port Colborne.. ., f" 1fI7 ]}Iiles. 
tevensville. . . . . 8 116' AGARA IJIsTRrcT. i 
'larshville...... 9 H6 Turo1/.tot,o I:'ort Erie (\Vater- I - 
llroad Creek Lock 9 I:!J Du
nville...... .9l 100 !,'err}) . . . . 812.1, On horselJack, twice a 
Dunnville . . ... . 7 13'..! R
lIIham.. .,".... !) IOU - \\eek. Leaves Port Coi- 
I "alpo!e (:;toney / 
 tThe above is the !nail b
rne at 6 a. m. on )Jonllay; 
P b - Cr
eK). . . ... . . 9 lU:. route; but a shorter, alllj1and Thursday; lea\cs ,Fort 
!3
:. o
tr 
',: I a::.o.i: 
antlcoke...... 8 1.1
 the usual route for travel-' Erie at:! p. In. on JIonday 
((;OOk"OOi .'1 ills,) 1 ort Dover. . . ... 8 1:!J lers from Hamilton, is from1anrJ Thursday. 
Daily. :5l. Vatharines to Chippa. 1 'l'orU1tto to Miles. 
Torofl'o to ftliles !iò wa direct, instedd of going ' Fort Erie. . . . . .1:M 
Port Robinson... ..9-1 4.0.t,o
:le':;;
i
0I
'i a:':I
 rouad by Queenston. I l:oint Abino .. .. 11 13
 
, Crowland, (Cook's X, D _ 
 lort Colburne. .. 11 141) 
1 Mills) .. . . .... 3 m 
 IH.\R.\ 1,,'1 alC 1'. -- 
- 0 I - b- k ,', . III , -It. Cbil)paWa ant1 -13. '.I'oronto and 
3S. St. CaH..ariI
cs &:.1 \\

e
or:g ê
i; ,:

all aI
d Cauboro', IS Till:: :r.1-1 I;lau'iltoll
 I
 'I'IiE 
, POl.t Du!hoUOoIIC, l' l lhree times to '{'ort Erie. AGARA DISTRICT. I GORE DISTRICT. 
i THE 
l\G_
.\ Dr"I'RICT. Leav
s ltueenston d
il
, in Hor
eback
wice a \\ eek,' (Lake Si:;;re Route.) 
, ,Ð:J.ily. Leaves 8
. Catha- 



\ll


I

n
 r


;

I11
,


 Lea

s 
hippawa at.e .a..Ut., Leaves Toronto dailj, at 
nnes III the IIIOrlllll!;, and route is re"n
lCd by the ar- vn IlIe;day a:ld Fpduy; oj ? m. ; leave" HamIlton 
rf'lurns ibthe afternoon: rival ami "',Ieparturl' of thp leav

 (anLoro at 6
. rn.,ldallr at, 
 a. ll
. 
TarO/Ita ttl . 
'Illtes. \merican Frontier )Iails. on \. ednesday amI !:5atur- VIa -:ookt!Vllle, &.c. ( See 
I :O:t. Cath:ull1es. . . .t>-1 Jay. Page ÜU.) 
I Port Dalhousie. . . . ,j ::'
 TOTtlntu to Jl.liles. Turoll1o to Miles. Toruflto to Jlliles. 
I - *Queenston.:.. . .!J
 ChiPI>aW?.. . . .10
 , Cre
lit (via Cooks- 
3H. DunuviHe :uull DrummondVl\le - Port Robll1son '" 
 Hil i nile). . . ... . .10 
."ort lIov('r, l
 TilE I (
iagara Falls) 7 105 Pelham........ .} 1
.J OakvilIe....... .l! 3n 
I 'I' 
LBOT DBI'RICT. - N. JOIUI'S. . " .. 4 121 Broble...........,. 34 
1 _ * o
 \-ia Hamilton -by the \Ve land Port. .. 10 131 \Yelllllgton Square. r. 42 
011 horseback, weekly. Niagara Steamer, 42. CanLoro' . . . .... 10 11-1 Hamilton.... " . . 
 50 I 


This being the first attempt to furnish Tablc;! of Routes throu2h Canada, we have experienced considerahle: 
'diffic,ulty ill preparill1\' them. \Ve trust that the precedil1
 information will not only prove genemlly u"t'ful, lut l 
albo atlòrd evidenc,e thatollr ellùrLl have been so tar successful. \'\'e have to ackllowled
e, with gratitude, tile, 
cordial assistallce which we rec,eived through Ihe Post Office Dep,lrtlllent, and tile readines
 \\ ith whicb ali i 
necessary ill formation was supplier! us ;-IJ.1rticularly would we mention the çourteolls altention bestowed by 
:the re
pected 
l1rve
ors of the J:abtem, \Ye
tenf, and Cemral Divi:õion!', 
le::,srs. (;rir11n, -"'reer, and Dewe, in 
rendenng us allt!te information and aid in lheir \>o\\er. Hut lor the kindness of tho>e gentlemen, our Table!! 
would have falll'll far .short of the general accurar-y which characteri,æs them. In an e\lemsi\e departmeJlt. 
buch as that of the l'ost Otlice. changes are continually occurrin!!, lJ} the formation of ne\\-, und tile shortening 0' 1 
1 0ld route!', and the grallling of additional l'oslal facilitie" in the more frequent uansmÌ>sion of mails; but, the 
foregoing TaL
es furui:õh the be::,t attainable information of the prebent f'tate of all the }'o,:tal arrangements of, 
I canada; to whic.h are wlded Tables through the main leadillg thoroughlan', in 1'i('w Urunswick and :Nova: 

colia, guirJing the traveller from the foot of Lake E'ul,erior 10 the E'eaLoard at Halif,I.\, Le
ides conducting 
him into all the inland places in Canada, to which nlails are at pre
ent carried. -\nother important end gained 
'by the publication of the>:!e 'rahles, is. that it shews the S'}stem pur,;ued by the 1'0"t Otfice Dt'parunem, in 
I laYin
 out mail routes, and tIle connection \\hich is 1I111intained throughout lJetween all the routes. It is the, 
hest evidence that can be supplied of the arduous task \\ hich the 1'0bt (jffice authoritie
 have had to perform, 
and the systematic ami satisfhc.tory manner in \\hich it has been dbchar
ed,-"eeping pace \\ ith the progre"" 
of the country in seulemellt, internal improvement of cOllununication, and increase of population and \\(
alth. 
In naming the mean,,:, ill rhe lore!!cing Tahle
, by which the I/l
ils óHe carried, \\ here .. Coach" is stated, it 
I Ulust be undprstood to si!!nify a \\ heeled \-eilicle, suc.h as is suitable tor the na'ure of the particular roaù on the 
I rout p . On the lIIai n roads there arc c,arrip!:e" 1,laced, in which travelling can be ac,cornpli"hed \\ ith cOlnparati\ e 
COllllbrt; on other::" open wag!!on>!; but the e-:penence,1 and pel
e\'eril1!! trnveller, who does not look for the 
/ comforts of the pavn! city road, in the new back woods' sPltlernents, Cóll1 at all times make sure of pa!'>,ing 
over in safety, the !.eaten track which the post-boy tra\'pls all the 
e.tr round. \Ve "ould also observe. that in 
sollie cases the mail route it! IIOt a llirect OIle; this arises from tile n('ce
,,:ity of goin!! ofl' the slraight line to 
,SUIJplv certain l'ost Offices, established for the convl'nipnce of particular inland or collateral bettleIl1ents. The 
" traveller will, of cour,,!', avoid these de\ iatioTli:l from the blraigl1t course. The foregoing Tables 
re the l 
foundalion of a more comprehensive work, which we are now preparing, to serve as a travellers' guide 
I I through Vallada. I 
ROU'I'ES IX CAXADA. I 
I. nrld'''o. to d" "".".."0. ",.o,",
1 i.. th, 'ow' C""
i..) ..d ."...., ""00', Tb, d"Om," 'm
: 
Igoill
 postûl route", we submit the followia
, which. Len islon to Kin!!"ton dirt'ct is ahout Hit miles, and to 
although to some e'l:tent d recapitulation, wil\ neverthe- Ogolenshuwh al,out 2'1"'miles. There is, further, Steam- 
,less helbund useful to travellers. Uuri,,!! the sca,;Qn of boat cOll1munic.
ltioll three times a week LetweenTo. 1 
'If avigatioll, Steamhoats ply dailu (
lIn-a1ays eXCe\.lea1) ronto, t 'oLourg and Roche
ler; the IIistanc,e between I 
on LAKE O
TARro, hetwet'n the followin
 place
, viz. : Toronto and Rochl.
ter direct is about!l5llliles, and thaq 
1[1.1 Toronto, Xia!;ar.t, (tueenston, aud Lewiston, 4:3 between CoLour!! al1l1 Roclle!-1er ahout (i!}Jniles. There is 
Imiles. (In winter three times a week br,twe
n Ihe,,:e occa"ional c,oulIlIunication Ly Steamboat between '1'0- 
!plac,es.) [:!.] TOlomo, Hamilton, IIn<l intermediate ronto 1:.nd OS\\ e
'Ü, about 14U miles; and the probability I 
Iports,4.'imiles. [3.1 Hamilton, Port Dalhou";H:, 1'iiõ1!!ar'l, is, that there will Le a re21JIar line of steamers place.! 
Queenston, anll Lewbtùn, about JU mile..;. l-l.) '1'0- upon this routP on the compleliou of tilt' Oswego and 
lronto, Port Hope, Cobourg and King
ton, (calliug occ,a- Syracu
e Railroad, as it will then he the shortest a'IJ 
'
ion,llly at Olher intermediate ports,) 1i7 miles. [;j.) easiest for travpllers belween 
ew York, Bo
ton, &;c..1 
' I KinJ!6lon, PiC,tOIl, awl Belleville, on the Hay of4uintf'. and Can:ida \Yest, and very much the shortest and I 
,RI
ut 50 miles. [6.1 K.in!!st?n 111111, Os
ego, ahout 6-1 paf.ie;;t for parties \,roceeding to the :\Iining stations ell l 
1I111
s. l7.j On the PllIte,l :States sIde 01 L,lke Untario Lake,; Hllron and 
uperior.. (See the Po"tõll route!> re- 
lhere is also a daily line of "'teamers from LeWI"toll. on twet'n Toronto, I'enetan/Inishene, and tile Sault Ste. 
lite 
ial!ara Ri \ er, to Ogdensburgh on the St. I.a wrenre, Marie, in the fore
oin!! Tables.) Bl"tween the followinl{ I 
:calhng at Youm;stown, Rochester, Osw
g:o, (Kin:r
ton, places on Lake Ontario, the distanceii are, Kingston to 



170 
1 
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SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S C\NADIAN AL:.\IANAC. 


Rocht'!"ter, about 1U
 miles: Cobourg to ()
wego, ;,lIollt From Montreal to the United :'t,He
, the 
nllJmer 
,!M mile"; l
amilton to Rochester, abont 1
-I miles; route is across the 8t. Lawrence to Laprairie, thence 
lIamilton to Oswego, ahout Hi! I miles. The ::':tc;uner" hy Railroad to St. John!;, alld thence hy Neamboat 
ahove alluded to, connect with the linf''' of Railroad through Lake Champl:.in to \\'hitehaU, from \Vhenc
1 
lat Queen81On, Lewiston, Rochester ;.nd Uswego, ami the tra\eller"procepds by Coach to 
nrato
a :'prin"s orl 
,with the SWaml'r" on the River :::t. Lawrenre, and the, Troy, at lIis oplion. rrom Sar,J{og<1.lo Alholi7y' !lV 
'Rideau Canal at Kingston. The following are a
cer-'Railroacl; all,1 froln Troy or Alhall
' to New York lIÿ' 
rained distances: the Uud:<on'{IVf'I :-:tPame[!'; a/"j to Bo",tOlI hv R;IÏlroad. 
I (Steamboat.) The \VIII(f'r route is by 8tagf's frOIll Montreal 'l:ia' 
(Steam.boll,t.) TOTonto to JlUles, Laprairi
 a\lll 8t. Johus. 10 Hi
hg,lte, Vt., thellce Ditt' 
,'1'oronto to 1Irile.
. Os\\e!io.:.. . . .1-10 Bllrliu!!ton to 'l'r0Y, or by Plal'shur!!; to 
"rato'
a, anti 
Lewiston . .. . . . 4;3 ( Ratlroad.) from thcnce hy Itailroaò 10 \Ihany aud Bo
ton. And, 
. (Railroad.) _ Svracuse. . . . . . 

 17,í 1 from AIIJ;lI
Y. to New '- orl-., by the Hawilltonic Railroad' 
f'ufialo.. . ., .. . . 31 I t Albany....... 1-11 J:!
 'S far as hndgel'ort, an,1 trom thenct., a distance of I;!!' 
Roc.he
ter. . . . . . Î! H.
 ( Stl'arnbuat.) miles, lIy f:IPambo:1t to New York. T]'.e di
tance he- 
Auhurn.... . . , Î'i 2
U New York. . . . .H7 IG!I tween I\lontreal and l'ew York isaholll:

11 mile
: and 
Syracuse. . ,.. . . 
(j 2.'i:! beme-en ;\1ontreal and noslOn ahout 43:! miles. 
Utica.. ..... 5
 3"5 Toronto to (Steamboat.) On LAKE ERIE there' are dailv 
Iealllhoat commnni-' 
Albany. . . .... '. 114399 Rocheslf'r.....!J;j cations to all points. (1.) Frolll Chippawa (('aoad;>JI 
(Steamboat.) (Razlroad.) to Bufl'alo, ahout 1 4 miles. (
.) Bnlralo to ('hi:-auo I 
Ne\v York.. . . .14751" ' Alban
.. .. . . .251316 Ihrough LLk,.. I':r
e, the Detroit Rl\'er, Lakes 8t. CI
r: 
(Meamboat.) Huron and ;\Ilclugall. 
New Yor:". . . ..147 4!13 Dista1lces. ilIiles, I Distnnce". Mill's, 

howill!z thf' Oswego route to be 77 milf"s less than that Bnt1:1.lo to Clevc- l'ort 
arnia.. .. i
 a!l!1 
lIy L
wiston. and:!1 miles shortPr than that by Roch,..s- land. . . .... . .1!H 
t'Jackinac. . . . .2-17 lilti 
l.er direct; and the Roche
ler ronte to be 53 milf'
 shorter f:andn<;ky..... ,.'" 2t!J 1 iHilwaukie... .277 9
J. 
Ithan that by Lewiston. III con8equellce of therf' being lIetroit... " . . 7
 :j!7 Chica!!o. . . . . . (}II H113, 
1'10 daily 
Ieampr hf'IWeen Toronto and Roche:<ter, and (3.) :':teamers also ply behw'eu Hnffalo and DetrOit 
1 110 regular steam comlnllllication hetween Toronto and along the Canarla shore of Lake Erie; and they ron: I 
Oswc:!;o, an.d the speedy aI.? regular tr:iII
it of pai'sel!- n
ct .with .a f:leamer that runs fro!n Brall
ford, (a townl 

ers hy Railroad, the Dnftalo and Lewlstol1 route IS II III/If's distant frolll thnl/ltOll, III tllf' Interior ot thel 
generally t .ken by travellers. Province,) åown the Gra!lò River, by Caledonia t3 
. New York tu Toronto, via Oswe!!o, . . . . -IUD I)unllville, at its moulh, 011 Lake :Erie. Ther cOllnect! 
Sault Ste. Mane, via l'elletallguishene, " . 4139 also \\ ith :!mAher f:t ';UIlt'I th
t runs frolll ('hatham. / , 
- (all inl.md town in t'1(' \Ve
ll'fn Ui!'otric.t,) dOIVn the 
P:J>3 Ri\'er Tham,..;;, to Windsor, Detroit, ::;andwiCh, and' 
'The di!'tance, by Railroad, between Albany and Hoston Amhersthurgh, on J
ake Erie. I 
li:i 2110 milps. Di
tltnres. Ni1eS' j LJistft?lrrs. J'liles. 
. On thl' RIVER fiT. Ln\';J,E>;,rE there i" a dailv line> of Bufhlo 10 Dnnn- 1'o,t Rowan..... Jí JII,í 
'
teaIRers hetwepn Kln

ton, \Iontreal, and intermplliale vin/'. . . . . . . . 40 I'on 
"hanley , . .. 40 H,j
 
IIlaces, HN lIIile
 ; and R continuous daily Jille hetw,..PII Port Dovl'r . . . . 45 f'j Detroit....... .1r;U 3051 
: \[ontreal, Qu,..hec, anÒ intermediate plarr's, 1...." mi"'
. I'on R)er
e... .. .j {I,) I 
Betwepn Kingston. By town, ami intf'rmpdiate placl's. Tn enlllllPr:!te further. or to ent,..r npon the many 
about Itlmll"'
,oll theRIDF
IICANH..Slpamerspl:vfolir int"'rc
lill!! suhjf'cts \\llJrn Sll!!!!pst thelll
pl\es, in can-' 
timesa wepk; and between J\Tontrf'at, Bylown. and in- lIection wilh thi" m:l!!nificl'lIt portion of British North' 
Iprme,liate I'lac.ps, ahout J'.!'I miles, on the OTT-\W
 .\lIIerica. \\ollld reqnire \f'r} much more space than' 
IÜV/.'R. there i" daily communication by f:t p 1.mhoat,- thl' little \'ol",ne, fur which it is Ollr privilege to write, 
the distan('e of nille miles, from MOlltreal te, L'lchine, affords II!'. nCe mlisl, therefore, hring lhp
p lIIPlIIoranda' 
hring pprformpil hy Railro1.'1. Therf' is al:<o .jail\ 1'('10- to a clo"e, hy hriefly òr1win
 attpntioll 10 the additional 
'nuni"ation, hvf:la!';es an I SII"runhoats,',etweenll\.tol\'u f1cililiel'l for tra\ellinl!,-p?rticularly the cheap a
d' 
'111,1 Portag/, Ò'. Fort. on thp Ottawa, ahout 611 mil s. ..,,
v transmisfion of Immigr,lIIts all,1 !\Jcrchanriif.p,- 
These rOlltes are thorow!hfarps for travf'lIers, and it which is now aflorded J.v the re('l'nt construction of tile, 
will be obsf"ryed that they are all so arranger! that p1rtips 
t, J;awrf'ncp Canal, ;md enlar!!eml'lIt of the \Velland. 
'3n not onl
 tra\'e! through Lak,.. Ontario, the River S1. Canal. 8te:l1n Propellers no\\ loarl at Quebec, and. 
r.awr,..nre, the Rj,Jeau Canal, and thf' Ottawa, at a proce,..d to ('hir:lI!O rlirect, or 10 an
' port on J.akl's' 
nodemte p\:pens,.., hut also p1l"'> from onl' to the othpr of Ontario, Erip. IJuron, and \'khi!.!an, with thr greater l 
thest', with thp !Zre"tf'<;t romfort and "'xpedition. \"it'wing ease, and e\ en less ri!'k than i!- usually encountered 
the whole of the macyniticent country and scenery tra- "f'lween Lpith and London, or GIIl!":7o\V and Li\erpooJ. 
versed bv thl'm. '" . This (.1ct nl'pd only 1'1' known to induce :Emigrant", 
From Toronto, hv L
KI': HUltON. the Northern route from F.nrop p . ,!/'!"tined for the \-Ye!'tprn parts of America.' 
leserves more parli;'ular nOlice. 'rral'eHers proreed in to choose thl' TOllte of thf' :':1. L;,wr/'nre: for thl'Y 
ill 
Coarhes along the Marad;,mizcIJ RO'ld to Lakl
 
imcof', not onlv he sure of ha\'in l ! chp:Jp p:JS!'o tOTe, and com- 
i whic.h thp\. cross hy 
teamhoar, and havin
 p:1s:<ed the fort:Jhle \'e"-els in which to proceed to their tiestination, 
nortage of allollt 11 mill's, from Lake 
ilJ1coe to 8tur!!f'on hut they \VII' al!'o e:<cape from bec0minl! the vIctims of, 
Ray, on Lake Huron, (which i" donf' in Coaches.) they the wholp""lp S}stf'11\ of pll'ntier ;:mrl rohhery. which isl 
1.gain emllark on board a 8tealllhoat, which hring" thelil I'ractised LI I'n' }ear uron unfortunate IIII/fligrant..", atl 
(hrough Lak/' Huron to thl' 8ault 
If'. MIHip, at th,.. fool New York, "I""ny, Hulralo, amI other plares. On their 
)f Lake 8uperior,-the distance from Toronto to the pas"age np III"!I, ''In Ri\ cr ilnd tbe Erie Canal, in 
'iault, by the reutc thus tra\elled. being onl}" W{) miles, the State of Ne\\ York. 


Electro-:Ua;;-ne1ic 'rclc
1"aph. 
Lines of l\Tagnetir Telegraph are e<;tahlished inlTrov, thprf' heing a Corresponding Office at 
t. John!'. 
:
::1I1ada, whic.h afford the mmns of in"tantanpou:<lon Lakp f'llI1l11plain. ,. _ I 
'ommllniration, betwepn all places so united. The\' From Toronto there are Tele!.'Tal)hlr hnes \\ e"fward. 
Ire e\.tpnsivp!v IIsed for private correspondence. an"lon v:rhich there ar: Corre
ponding 
flìres f'
tahlishedl 
IV th,.. Prl'Cs for Npws Rpports. ßptwe..n Toronto. at 10ronto, Unnulton. :St. ('athan/H',,;, Qlleenston,. 
Hontrp;]l. and QlIpbe(', IhPre is a ronrinUOll" line. on "ìia!!ara, Falls of Niagara. Chippawa, IìranUbrd, 
,vh ich ('orrpspon Ii nCY OfficI's are est" hi ished, at Toronto. \V ooòstock, and LOJlllon; and these are in imlllediatl" 
I)s.hawa. Port Hopp. CohOlIT!!. Hf'lll'ville. Kincrston,lc.onn,..ction wiTh thf' Unitpd Stall'S, via Bnff.1Io. I 
Ilroc.kvillp. Presrott. Cornwall. l\'Jontrf'al Three Ri\.crs. 'I'hp connertion with thp lilli/ed 
tates Telel!raphs 
Inti Quehec. An u:tpn"ion of the !inp' i
 in prm!Tf's
latfords the advanta!!e of romlllllnicatill!! \\;ith all rart. 
If construction, frvlll Queh/'c tf) Halif"x, whirh i
 of the Union, \vhere Tele!!r,lphs are esrahlishetl, J.'ast- 
Ilrpatly romplPlel1 ani! in oppration upwarrls of 2fO,warÒ to New York, Hostf)n, &c.. :::outhw;ml to New l 
niles hplow Quehpr, havin
 Corrpsponrlin!.! OfficI's aT Orl,...IIIS, allll \Yf'
t\\'aI/) to ])etroit, and place
 IIIter- 
Rivif're du Loup and Troi<; Pistolps. From 1'1olltr"':11 vening hetwf'en those severally named, \"Ith thel 
th... 'l'clegraph is e'!:tende') to the United f1tates via pro<;p"'c.t of further e\:ten"ion. I 




COBIE & BALFOUR'S CAX -\DlAN ALMANAC. 


7] 


Atlantic !iiteanl and SailillJ:' Pacl.cU.. 
The Briti8h \m"rican Steam 
hips plv rcrUlarlY l conrrectin g with the Briti8h 'Vcst India 1;tcamerf; Ha- 
durilll! the }car between Liverpool, Halifa'l:, }lo
ton, jifax.
. 8" North S\dIlCY, C. ß" a'fill fit. Joh
, New. 
ud :I\('W York; from I
t \l1rJl to 1st Dece.nber weekly; foun,flan..! ; 
hctliac, N. B., ClnrloUetown, P. E. (., 
and thl other four months of Ih
 y ar once a fortni!:!hl: 1nd Pictou, N.S.: St.JolJn,New Uruuswick,alldBoston; 
avin
 Liveq,ool on ::-:aturtla\
, and Bo"ton and New l and "ile", YOlk, lJa\ana., and l\ew Orleans. 
\ ork, alternately, 011 Vle,lnl's la
6, catlm
 at Halifa\.. Nc\\' \é orli: and London S:uling }>ackets, weekly. 
o land and re
cive lII.1ils aul p:l

eng
rs. l'a".d
c From :\ew 1 Grk on 1:1t' 1st, Hh, 1.;lh, at:1d :!-ttll; from 
-110
'e}, HI:! . I London VII the .íth. 13th, 2l"t. and 
th; and fcolII 
TiI.. United States Sfeam I'hips ply Olll'e a month.Port"month on the 1,,1. hh, hith, and t4th, of ever} 
,')I'tween Amer:
,1 al\(1 BurollC ; leavillg Bremen 0.1 the mouth tilrou!!ho'Jt the }ear. Pa
"agt', $7.3. 
I.jth; ,!lid ::;vuthaUlpton amI S"ew York., 011 the 211th of New YOI k !lid Liverpool f:ailing P.tckets from each 
.eacRmonth. PlIs
al!e from New Yarh 10 
outhampton port, 011 the l"t, (Jlh, 11th, ltith, :n"t, an
1 :Wth of every 
or Bremen, 1st Cabin 
I
J; 211d do. $->11; frolll Bremen lIIonth. ra
a!!e to LiveqlOol, ,31',\1; to New" ork, i2.'). 
Jr ::;outhampton to New lork, 1st Cabin $ljO; :!ml New York alld Havre 8aill11!:; Packets, second line., 
10. S"u. from New York ht, and Havre 16th of e...ery mouÙ!l. 
::tcalll,-,rll ply betwccn Bermuda and New York, 1'd"Sa!!e SI00. 


'V 
 
 -^,.J"\.I"''V "\/'\.I"V""V _....^
 


EDUCATIONAL. 


D-,partm""nt of CODIIDon Scbool<;i-Upper Canada. 
The Rev. E!!"rton Rvpr. JII. U,D., C&Íf'f .superintend- :fray Roberlson, fiend ,1Iaster: Hellry Voule TJind, (1at(' 
.t:n.t; J. Georg;e [(" I
m". O!Ji."e Clerk. Ec1ucation ()f- 
I'holar QtlPpn'
 Cc.llege, Gamhn<he.) MatlLematical! 
:tice-corner of8ihl'oe a.lI] I\.in
 ::Street, Toronto. Ofik ' I UfI,trr, etc.; \Villiam Townsend. Teflcher of HlillUltlS I 
!Rours-From lJ, a.m., IJ 3. p.rn. .\11 cr 1:nunicatioll8 
1/
te'1!, of Vocal 
Ill.ic; - --, Sell'r 'J'eacher 
.with thp 
ovemm"at, rei. ti...! t'J f'ur )a 
l'hooJ in \lorlel 
kh"ol Department: Robert Bell, .Ass't Teach.er, 
'c PIJer Canada, sholll.1 he l1'11de tlJrolluh the Education do.: John :,all"s:er, do. do. 
I IO:fice, other\\ i
e hey are ref'w.rJ b I,'k to th
 Chief l Nnmher of I Nehers trailled in thf' Provincial Nor- I 

lIpenntendent to be brou!ht before HiB Excl'lIcllcy lU.l School, during the first 6ession. ending 15th April, 
through the proper n"p1rtlr onto I"'I
-tn males. " 
GOARD OF l:nUCAT[o
. Do. durillg the spt'ond Se!'sion, ending l-tth October, 
The lIon. Salll'l He11y Harrison, JIIlI;;e Home Di
trict! 1",1;. 1
-l \JI"llp
; 2:! fl males-Total, i
t;_ 
 I 
t ourt . CILair11lnn; thc Rev. ";!!ertJn Lh'erson, n.D.. I !If: 
 'F
IOUS are hall-yearh:, cornm.f'nclllg' lath Ma} I 
;Cha:J Supainte/lrlc"tof Schoo'
; thp Re\'. lIenry J:une!' 
nd bth 
ovem
r, an. 1 contillUI1l!! five lUùnth
 e
('h.! 
I Gr'l.ett, \, \1'. ; I1is \V "r
hll' tl](' "Jayor of Toronto Nudcnts not a..mlt.c,_l 
lter the tirst week of 
L.
slon.; 
Jo
pph C. "Jorri'vll, \i.I'.1'.. I1u!:!h Scohie, nn,l J; 'J(. :\pphcatlons for adrm::slOlI through the General 
uper- I 
::-:cott Howar.!, J. (;eor
p HorJ"in" Record/n(J' Clerk IIItcndent. 
:UaY>I of VIeeting-Tu I )S, at IÙ' o'clock, a:m. \Ii 
n!lsrrcs 01' 
CO
l\w", ..:>ô:nrooLs ,IN {TPPFR CU:A!,A 
Icommunirations inll"lI.!e I fur the Hoard of E,luc.alioll I" It-41.-No, of 
chools, 2d7 ; Pupil", l:!t,P'29 ; J e!!I:i- 
Ito be aùcIres . to the ('hlc" ;:'Iupcrilllen./ent (,1' 

hools: la
}.ve. 
i.
. 
tú..tjJ!j IOs., 7td.; piFtric_t Assp!',,
nellts, 
i I'ROVISCI'\L 
O '\1 \L 
CIIOOL L
,I. 1 -
. d., Rate Bills, L3o,ttJ9 las. ItI .I., A\c- 
.. . " , . rä!''::': I1ry paid '1\ 
her!', L3"',-highPH LII'II, IOWlSI 
Under. the m1na....emem of. the Board of Eùucation. L,jll; Teachers 3 .J3,-male> ');Jill, fcmales tÍl I: School 
'For the lI1
tructlOlI an I trallung of (male and lemale) ':-:cctiolls :Jj J.j' Grammar at I Pri\ ate 8.- hools 134: 
Common::; 'p"Ol Teacht I". I Pupils therein: 3.):n : F '1001 alld l'ulJlil' Librari
;:, F6: 
Thc Rev. ..: 'ert.ll1 R
 OW)Jl, D,D., f'hiefS'lperintencI- 
Volurnl' thereill, III.Mü. Children of School age in. 
I ent of :::ehools, Gcn al Supt-rin/clLdent; Thomas Jaf- r pper Canada, :l3O,97.3. ' 
D
parhlleDt of ('01111110)1 Schools_ Lou cr Canada. I 
I J. ß, 
Jeilleur, 1\1 D" Sup,rintentUnt of Educalul1I ;'mis
ioner", G2,5N; Ko. unrler Di
sentient, .39; Toml. 1 
J. P. H. Uoud,er, SUntor!!: \Vm.
. \\ïlliams, CLak.1Ii:J.t" I. "'0. of 'Iunkipaliup:> which have rf'rei\P 
 
I EdUGation OJ,.C6-
0. 46, Notre Dame :5treet, :\lon-1 1 Iheir sh,re of thf' Le!!i . Ilivc 81'hool Gr,lßt, 2.'>11; No, 
trenl. \
 hic.h have IIOt receive I it, "':
; Total, :J:J!I. 
hare 0 
No. of Schools under the control of Commissioners the l.e
islative 
chool (;rant of L5I1,(lU(I, a; ortio'! d 
:Jflth June, 1"'
.,lIH1; D;s
entient, tl; 'l\..l
I,lü3:!. NO.lta the varlons muni
ipalities in Lower ('mid la lor t:lt' 
JÎ Pupils attending :5choo.,; under the contr.'! of the Com-Iyear 1'-H1-i ; L:!9.OI t.. I 
I 

TERSIiI E S. 
I rnivt"rsity of Kill&:,'
 {"olle
e. Toronto. 
lIis E-xceHency thf' Ri

t Hon. the Ear\ of Elgin anrl Anatom
I nnd Ph',siolo!!"; John King, M. n" Professor 
KinearrJine, K. 'r., Governor {;eneral of ßriti
h North of tlte TI1eorl/ and l'ructÚe of /tfedicine; \\ïlliam 
,America, &c" CllauaLlor; The Bon, Lhe Judges of the Bpaumout, I'.R.C.:5. Bug., Prof. IJf tile PrÙ,ciples and 
,Quef'II'S Bellc.h, r tsitu r ,,; The R(,\'.John McC,lul,LL.D., Prat/it oj Sur!!,er!I; Geor!;e Bernck, 1\J. U., Prof. pf 
PruitUnt. COl..nL -The f'hancpllor; Thp Pre"id,'nt: 1 l1idrâJer11 (llId Di.en.es of Women and ClnLdren: \'\T. rL, 
Rev. James Beaven. D. D., PrlJ,lÌ'ssor of Divinill/," i.-ol, Prof. IJ,f jl.[aterio, Medica and PlUlrmac.t: 
&-c.: Henry H. {'rolt, Professor of ClLemisll'II, &-c.; HPIH} Sullivan. :\1. R, (', S. Bn!!., Prof. (If PraGI Ùl 
\\ïlliam C. ,Gwynnc, ,\1. R" Prof S8Q!, _of A7I'!.tonw"..1na/amlllf' d Curntor (!f .A.llalomical1l7id Pathological 
&-c.; John I< III!:!, \1.11" PrufessOT of ..1fedLC!N!; \\ 11113111 11usf'U1I: Rev. RobPrt ì\TurrdY. Prof. of jlf"tltemntic 
Bf'aumont, F. R. c' R., Fn!!., Prof _
SOT of SlirgeT11 :'anrt .\fI/ILral PltiLospllll: Lllcius O'Briell, '\1. D., Pruf. 
IThe Hon. th,' Speaker of the Lt'
i
I,ltive Council; The' '!" 1Tet"wl Jllr;çprlld nce; S. COIIDor, LL,D., p,.,;r. 
lIen. the 
peaker of the Hou
e of .h-emb1r; The OJ Laic (lid Jllrisprudcllce; J. )1. IJirschfdder, lIe- 
.
ttorney 
pneral. l'ana,!a \y,'st: The Sohci.torGene
al. "re-- Tutor. . I 
( anatla \\ c"t; The Principal of Upper ( anatla <':01- 'fhp Ac.deITIlc.al Terms are Ihrce-J\Jichaelma!': (O('t. 
!JP:!c. Henry Horlo, \f. D_, Regi$trnr ond Bllrsar,.,jth to I1et' :,!/J, holt'): Hilary (Jdn. 7th to March 31. 
PROFE
..oR.-Rev. Johll 'IcCaul, LL,[)., Profes.
or of 1"'-t!I); allil Ea'"f'r \ \pril Lfoth to Juh :..Jth, 1-19); and 
('In.<sicaL Litera/ure, Rellcs Lettres, Rhf'loric and IAtric: the 'rcrminal [lilt'S, p..yable hy 
tndèllts in the Fdcultl' 
Rev. Jam
s Beaven. 11.11., lJe,!Il, Profe88or of DirÙât!!. of Arts, are Li currCIlC
., includiNg all char
es for 
lretaphyslCS and Jllttr,tl PI"lo
oplt,,; Henrv Holmes'tuition. Thr 'Iedical ::,es!oion extends o\<er )lichJ.ehnas 
troft, Proctor, ProjÌ;s.or of CILemi<lrl/ and Erpcri- an" Hilarv Tcrm
. 
f1leJ/tal PhlLo s ophlj; W. C. Gwynne, M. R., Profe ..
':.!!-": 

 I' who 
e desirous ofa!tcn
g parti
ularcottrs,'
 



I 
' 1 7.2 SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CANADIAN ALMANAC. f 
of Lecture!>, although not lIIemLer.. ûf the Universitv,'Canalia Colle"e and six lor the University. They ar 
 
I may be adm}tted as occasional students, but suéh!tenable for thr

 years; and the advantages to be enjoyed 
lauendance will not be regardeLl as a qualitication for ailiuring that period are, by the DiHrict and U. C. ColIel;e 
,degree. ,!>cholars, e'(emption froUl all oues ami lees ; aud by the 
I 111 October, 1:-10, the College Council estahlished University scholars. in addition to the above, the privi- 
;
e\'enty-
wo ::-:
llOlar"hips
 th.ree 
o
 each of the distnct..! lege of roOIllS and commons without cbarge. The 
;111tO wlucb UPVer Canada I.. divided, ::;ix for Upper EÁaminatioll takes place in October. 
UIJIWr (,;anada CoHege, 'I'orollto. 
I INCORPORATED WITI! THE UNIVERSITY OF KING'S CULLEGE, 
. 1:'. \V.. Barron, 
f. A. IJrinciptll; Rev. II. ::;cadding,'DraloiJlg 
llfl$ter. Pirst Quo,rter-From end of8ummer 
" A., Flrs.l ClassLtal .1Iasler; Rev. G. l\Iaynard, )1..-\..1 Vacation to Christmas Vaeation (nIJout 2(Jlh December).1 
.Matlu,maltml J)[aster; Rev. H, \V. Riple\', 11. A.. :lnd 2nd lIo.-From eud of Cbristmas Vacation to :Wthj 
.d,!,; Rev, \L Stennet, 11. A., 3rt.!. do.; 
'Ir: ,De la Haye, Mareh, 3rd do.-From 2Uth Mareh to, 3rd 
lIl1e. .hhl 
,F relle!1 ,Mailter; 1\1. Barrett, First ETlgLtsk lI-losler; I lIo.-Frow 3rll June to i\.1 idsuInwcr \i acaUOII, about 
;JOhn Gouinlock, 2nd do.; J. G. Howanl, GeometricaL:üth of August. I 
: University of Quecn'!'; Collt'ge.. KÏII;t
tOll. 

>
O
ES';OR';- Prillcipal alld Primarius Professor.dj John Cook, D. D" Robert ]\I eilI, Rob
rt I\kGìlI, prOfeS- 1 
. DII;uuly-Rev. John )Iachar. D.V. Prof. of Systclllalie,
or \\'illiaUlson.l'rofes
or Urquhart, professo , r Romancs 
I ThetJlogy-R
v. James George. Prof. of Church IJis-: ,IUd Johnllare.lay, A."1. ; Geor::e J\lalloch, John )Iowat, 
:tory:-}{e v . Hugh l-rquhart, A. 
1. Prof. of 
Ualhc-IJohn ThoUlson anti Jo
eph Druce; the llonouralJ!es 
malzcs, LIIgic, wld ,åalural Pllilosophy- Rev. JameslJohn Hamilton. James Crook
, \Villiam !\Iorris, 1\Ir. 
I \-\'iIIiam!>on, A.:\1. Prof. of ClassicaL Literalure alltl Justiee :McLean, Thomas Me Kay and reter McGiII;1 
,.1J o ral PhiLosophy-Rev. George R omanes. A. "I,
. \ V. Thomson. Alexander Pringle, John Cameron and, 
. llOARIJ OF TRV3TEEs-Rev. F. .\. Harpcr, Chuirman,!John Uo'(ton. I 
Re\". l>rofessor George, Principal ]\faehar, J. C. )Iuir, The Ses
ion of College lasts for six months. com- 
John Cruikshank. A. M., .\IexaIH1er i\I,ltI:ie!>0I1, D. IJ,,;mencing IS1 October. 
i University of 
lcGin CoH(!ge, 
Iontreal. 
: Governllrs-The Governor General; Bishop of Mon- G. \V. Campbell, M.D., Le.'. SurgiT'Y; A. Hall, l\I,D., 
treal; Chief Ju
tice, "lolltre,ll; Chief Ju
ti{'(', U. C,; Lee. Ckemistry; )1. l\IcCuliock. M. D.. Lee. Mid- 
1-;. A, i\1erèLlith, L.L.B., Principal; Rc\'. \V. T. Leaeh, /Lifery; J. Cra\\ ford, :\1. D.. Ltc. Chemical Surgery; 
,.\. .'\-1" Vice Principal; Rev. J. .'\bbott. A, M., Bur,,:ar. U. Hrullean, :\I,D.. Lee. ..J.lIatmny: B, C. ::;eweIJ, .'\I.D., 
. - Prof. of Diviuify; Rev. \V. T. Leach, A.i\1 . Prof, Lee. .1Ialeria 11lediea; R. L, ;\lcDonnell, M. H" Lec, 
,
!f Cla:;sics; The Prillcip,d, Prof. of lIlalkcmalies; A. f'. Institute of lIledicine; 'VIII. Fraf,er, .\I,D.. Lee. lIledlcal 
,.[ollue,;, ;\1.1>,. Prof of .1ledicinc; lIon. \\'111. Ballgeley, Jari
prudencc; L. Papineau, 1\1. D., Lec, Botany; 
i Lee. Lare; ThomCis Guerin, Lec. lIlathematiC:!; Rev, \\T. E. Scott, VCIn01lstrator. There are three Terms in 
. J. AbLott, Ltc. Hislory; L. De 1lonticr, Lee. Prencll ; each year. l\Iichaelllms, Lent and Eaitcr. 
University of 1'ietoria Collc;.;-e, Cobollr;t. 
COI.f.IWK SE:oI'TP.-nOllourahle
 the President of the::<on. A. U.. T. C. D., Prof. of Classical Literalure, 
f:\ecuti\e ('onncil, the ::>I'caker of tbe Lcgi"lativel\Villiall1 :\TcK. Paddocl., A.B.. Pr.!f. oj jUttlltemutics. 
I'ouncil, ::-;p"'akeroftheLegl
lative ..hstlllbly, _HtorI1('\"' I \Yiliiam Orll1i
tou, A. ß.. Prof. of Rlttloricandlllflltal 
(;
'n"ral \;'e
t, 
olie.itOl Genera' \VC:5t; Re\s. -'I. P/tilosophy. John Beatty, 1\1. U., Prof. II) J:onlural 
RIchey, H, !J., Cgerton Ryerson, D. U" .\Iexantler :\1,1e-1 ScienCt. 
;\.11.1, H. (J., El:oeh n"ood. Anson Green. Thos. Be\ ilt,' The Summer Session commences on the third Thurs- 
,.Johll R)l'rson. Joaathall :::coU, Riehard JOUtS, ('. Vall-'t1ay in JUlie, alld ell(l
 onlhe tir
t \Vedllesday in Octo- 
Illsen, !1. Hi

ar anti John Beatl\" 1\1. D.. John p.lher. The \\'inter 
ft'sion cOiAmence>! on the last 
'ao
!ill ami Charles lIi:;.!Ur. _' . l:l'llUrsday in OetoLt>r, al1d p'lHls ou the ti.r
t \Vcdl1escay 
} \rUI.Ty-Rev. Ale'(alHler NaeNah.D. D., Pre!tulcTlI [ 1II ),Iay. 
ani Prllf. vf Tlteclogy and 1Uoral Sciellc6. John \Vil- 
Knox's Collc;:-e, 'roronto. t . 
PR"Fi::ss()Ps-Re\'. r\1ichael \\ïlli!', D. D., TllCoL,wy; R
v. William Rintoul. A.I\I., Ile!Jre'I/J c\- Biblical 
L'ri/.Li.'III; lh
\'. !Jellry E.",on. _\. ),1., lllural PltilustJphy altd General Hislory; Rev. AleAanlier Gale. A.l\I.' 1 
("a,'.<ieal Lilcralllre. 
'roronto Aea
leJl)Y. 
, !te\.. _-1/e\aw!er Gale, .\. ;U., PrinrlÌJaL; Rev. T. \Vi
hunan, First Vaster; Thomas Henning. Sec
mdr 
Master; J. Jamieson and George "'arrtrope, ..J.osistal.ts; ]\I. Deslandt's. Frellell .'!Jusler; -- Drlltung 
'U'l:;ler. Term
-Jst :';el'tl'llIber to lith lio\"CniL'er; 19th Nove:nber to lULh ,February; 12th February to 1:;t l 
:\IJY; :lnd )l,ty to 12th Jul)", 
I Bishop's Colle
e.. LCllnoxvUle. I 
, Rev. J. Nkholls. Principal. PROt'ESSORs-E, Chapman. .\.13., Classics; Rev. J. Hellmuth, Hebre'I/J; R.I 
I;\!i/:." 
I.A,. .Ualhemat:cs. 
I Diocesan. 'r"eolo
kal CoHe;:-e
 ('obourg. 
I ,.he V'";:
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('on
re;;-ational 'J'hcolo;:-ical Illstitu tc. 'I.oronto. 
Tutor-Reç, .\d:llu Lillie. Treasurer-Rev. JOhn l EbbS' RohNt Rohinson; Messrs. Freeland, :\larlingl 
Roaf. See,ettlrl/-Rev. Edward Ehhs. anll George \\ïghtUiall. 
C"
UUI'TEL-Revs. John l
odf, .\Jam Lillie, Edward 
'I'b.eolo
ical Institute of ruitclt Pr....byterjan ('burell, 'I'oronto. 
Rev. \Villiam Proudfoot, SuperÙllelldtnt; I'eriod of ::;tudy in Theology for Licentiates, tour years, Two 
;;:;es
1Ons ill each )C.J.r, of five 1I10mhs eadl. 
. (anada Baptist Collcf.'c, !Uo1Jtrcnl. 
; Rl'\'. J. '1. Cramp, D. D., Prcsi.1ellt; Rev. }'. Bo!>wocth, Cl.usieal Tutor; Joæph \Venhalll, TreASurer. 



CLERGY. 


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UNl'rED CHUllCH 0);' EXGLAXD AXD IRELA
D. 


Dioce!'>e of Quebec. 
Lord Bishop of 
Iolttreal.aTtd .Ar,cltdeacon of Quebec. !tight Re\:. G. J. l\Iountain, D. D. Bis7wp's Officíal- 
Rpv. G. 
Iackie, D. D. Prlcate Secretary-Re.... A. \\. :Uountalll, A. B. 
Quebec-BishO') of :\fo:ltreal, Cathedral, Upper Andrews-\Vu. Ahbott. Gore-\Vm. l\JcMa..tcr. Grcn- 
.Town ; G. L'ow
l\, A. :\1., Chaplain to the Forces.' villc on the Ottawa-C. FOJc!'t. Bull, .\yhner anù 
i C. \V. Heu'ell' Holy Trinity. G. ::\Iackie, D. D., Eanl.lt'y-J. Johllstone. Clarcndon-I'. S. Xcve. Vau- 
I Pres de VillI' 'Curate and 13ishop's Official. R. C. dreUlI-J. I'yke. Cutcau du Lac-\,\'m. Mountain. 
'Plees, St. l'eiers. l:.. L. F. Uear
sel. (
. l:ornwall, lluntingl!on-\Vm. ;\Iorris. t.?r
nsto\';n anù. ChateaU- , 
I 
sistant Cur.lte J. 'Iorrauee, I'OInt Levy. ,I!ua y -\-\ Ill. Brethour. L<:pralne, LongueUlI, &e.-R. 
I Valcarticr, Lake Beaufort, 
toliehaUl-E. C, Perkins, Lon
dale. ,l:hall1bly-J. lIraithwnite, Reetor; J. I'. 
1St. 8}lvester and St. Giles-\\-. Kin:J. Leelh
-A. T. \\'llIle. .\!'SlstalJt. Lacollc-C. !\Iorice. Sherringtoll 
\Vhittcn. Upper Ireland, Ill\crness and part of lIali- -Ii. Ila.lar,!. l:hristics l\1anors-M. Town!'!elld. 
t. 
Ifax-- _. Riviere du LoutJ-E. G. \V. Ro:ìòs .\rmand, \\ cst-R. \Vhitwell. Ht. Armand, East- 
I -J. Reid. 8tanbridge-J. Jouell. }<'amham-\Vlll.Joncs. 
D1STRIC r OF TIlRE:E RI...ERS. - Dunham Fl..ts-C. C. Cotton. Colebrooke Brome and 
I 'fhree Rivers-:-S. 8. \\'o.od,. 'I. A. R,iviere du Loup: 
Iluon-J. 
cott. Sh
tJord-.\. Balfonr. 'Crauby-G. 
and Lake :\I<1sklUonge-N. Guerot. Nicolet-H. Bur-,:-<Iack. AbhoMord-'l. Johnson; Assi!'tant ;l/Id l\Iis- 
ge:ìò. DrUluffiondville, Grantham, \Vickham, amI part sionary at Rougcmellt-F.Robinson. Sorel-\Vm.An- 
uf Durham-G. :\1. Ross, District of 
Iontrcal. I derson. 
I ::\Iontreal-J. Bethune, D. D., Rcctor. \V. A, Adam-I DlsrRICT OF ST. FR\NCIS. 
IS?II, A. 1\1. Jacob Elle
o??" 
V. '1'. Leach, .\. ::\1., 
t'l Kingsey--:J. }
Uller. 'fing\'> ick:-- -. Ship- 
I(.eorf!
. 
. D. Campbell, f nl11ty Chapel. John Irwlll, tOIl-J. E. l-. ::;I:llp,;on. LClluO'\:nllc-L. Doolittle and 
I
t. Thomas. D. Falloon, St. Anne:!. D. Robertson, J. 
ichols. ;:;herbrool,e-J. Hellmuth. Eaton-J, 'fa\,- 
iVhaplain to the GarrisG:l. f
dwa!d Rogers, Vhaplain lor. Robinson-J. Ke/Uil. Compton-C. P. ReiiI.l 
,to tbe 'Iilitary Prison, St. lIelell'lJ. , ,Uatley-C. Jackson. I 
, Rawdon, K!ldare and 
amsa
-:-C. Roll1tt. :\las-: , DISTRICT OF O.\SI'E. 
'c.onc.h, New Gla:5gow, l'alsley, h.llkenny and 'ferre-; Gaspe Blly-F. Arnold. Cape Cove, Perce and :\Ial 
,bonne-J. F!anag,.n.. Upllcr and Lower La,chine-\-Y" ßay-H;, ::5hort. New Carlble,Uay Chaleurs. Pasi'Cbiac. 
,31 Bond. ::;t. 
Iartllls, Isle Jesus-i\lr. '\: oung. :St., Hope '1 own and l'ort Daniel-V. Milne, 1\1. A. 
, In all l
O Congre;!1Itions and í,j Clergymen. 
I There are other Vler!:yulen who, though thcy ha\oc not any distinct charne, yet officiate in several places 
I ",mi. tl
 P,"'i.", 000 in. Fre 
 P':::::::O::;on.... o. 
, L?rd Bishop of Toronto-The Honorahle and Right Re\'crcnd John 8trachan, D.D., LL.D. ; ..Archdeacon of 
Kingston-Venerable Geor!!eU'Kill 
tuart, D.D., LL.D.; .Árcltdeacult of }'urk-Yencrable A.N. Bcthune D.D.' 
'ELamining alld Domestic Cll(lplain and Secretary to tile Lord Bishop-The Rev. II. J. (;r<1:ôett, M.A.' , 
I 1I0\IE DI
 I'RIC I'. WE:LLI;>iGTON DISTRICT. 
: City of Toronto:-Il. J. Gra
eu, :d. .\., Rcctor and Guelph, A. Palmer, .\. B., Rector; 'l'ravellinn l\Iis- 
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: sionary, Donald Fra!'er. 0 
\:\linister or 
t. I'aul's l:lmrch. ,V. llouywoo,j Ripley. _. ", "L\G\R \ DlSTRI
'
., , . 
D. A., ::\Iini
te.r of Trinity Church. ::"Icphen Leu, 1\ l!1gara.. I. Cre
n, Rec.tor: Ulh,c13llng. 
ha"I31
1 to 
I LL'D., 'Ii:!i!'ter of :;t. Geor
c's Vhurch. Henry Scad- the 
 orcc"" R
v. F. J. 
nnd}, B.
. L..; Gruu;,Ly, G. R. 
din!;. 
I. .\., :\Iinister of Church of the Holy Trinity, F. Vrout, Recto
.; Clllppawa, .Nalutord, U

enstoll 
and Chaplain to the Lord Bisholl. "V. ::5teuuett, 
I.A., :1:ld Dm!lIlllolllh IlIe, \
. .
eelll
n.g, Rector; j horalll, 
.\ssistant "'Iinbtcr of the h ureh of thf' Holy 'l'rinit Y', I., ß. .f 
lIer
 Rec.lOr, 1 ùrt ErlP
. 
011ll Ander
un, 
Johll )fcCaul, L. I.. D" Vic.e President of King'!' Col- R
ctor, 8t. Cath
r.llle:o, ',\_' .F. Atklllson, !tee tor. .-\., 
ne
e. J. Uea\en, 0, D., l'rofe",
or of Uivinitv, King's!U1\.UI1, n, .\,' A"::;I,,tallt 
.l1llstcr ; Louth, 
. 
I. Arm. 
'Vollene. Gcorue 'Iarnard, 
,Iathematical :\'Ll:oter, lJpperr
trong, R('ct
r; Port !\Ialllll!d aud !hlllllville, Ad.llu 
t Canada Colleg
. I f<:J\vuley; Eettlcm
nt:. un (.r
lII
1 Rn er, H. Cudmore 
I Etobicoke, T. Phillips. D. D" R('ctor; Toronto HIli.. i\I. A.,; John Kellne
y, 'h;
lOlIar}. 10 th
 i\Iohawk 
l'fownship, J. McGrath. :\1. .\" Rcctor; Yorh. :\1iIlS' l ll1lhan"; V. L. IlIgle>!, ,I. .\., j ravellmg }II;,slOllary. 
\Iex.
anson, Rector; :;treets...ilIc, RohertJ. :\<facgf'orge: TALßOI' DISTRICT. 
I Thornlnll, U. E. [!Iakf', A. ß" Rector; \Iarkh;.l111 ami Sirncoe,-Francis E\'ans, Rector, George Salmon; 
Vau?han. V.P. :\Ia}erho.tfer, 
I.A.. R('
,tor; 
ewlllark('(' I J. L. Thomas, 'l'ra\elJinJ I\fi:osionary. I 
S. I. Ramsey:\1. A.; VeorJ!lUa, J. GILISOll; Hroc.k, R. LO:oiDO:oi DlSl'ItiCT 
,Garrett; \Vhithy, John Pcntland, 13..\.; :O:carboro', \\'. >.. . . " , 
'8[ewart Darlill
;. Lloydtown, Ilenry ßath Osier; Chill. ,London,. E. Croll} n, ::\1. .\,. R!'C tor , 
tfICI
tlll
 
'guacous}', G. :5. J. Hill; Ltobicoke, H. Voopcr, 13..\. (haplaJU to the Forces; London fownshlp, C. C. 
, Inrough, A. n., Rect.lìr ; :O:t. Thomas,)1. Uumham, B..\.,I 
SI\ICOE DISTRICT. RI'cLOr; \Ill'Iairle,
. \lortimcr, Rector; Carradoc., R' I 
Barrie and Shanty Bay. S. 13. \rdagh, 1\.:\1., Rector: Flood, 
1. .\., Rector; l'ort Burwell, T. I
olton Reid: 
'fecumseth and "VcstGwillimhnry, I
. L. O",tf'r, \1. \. ; Tyrconncll, &c., James S[ewart; IHis!'ionary to 1\Iun- 
Orillia, John Mcintyre: Peuf'tanguishenp, Geo. II..I-.cey Town Indians, (;. C. 13arrett, A. ß. 
ICIl, B.A.; 'l'ravellillg ì\ofissionary, John Flctchcr, A.B' j . 
ROC
 DISTRICT. 
G(lItE DISI'RICT. \Voodstock, \l. he[tr"l
c. B, D., R
c[Or, J. B. \-Vor- 
Hamilton, J. G. GcdtJe
, Rcc.tor, T. \V. :\farsh, H. A.: r ll , .\;.si"t. ::\linistcr; 13urfonl',A. tit (
, ('.IU!,eiltl,;\.lI.: 
.\ssistam l\1 illister; 8altlltct and I3inbrook, J. L. Alp'\.., )'(ford, Henry Re\ell, A. 13. ; Zorro:,} .D. l' <1u4 U1 cr. 
amlpr; .\ncastcr and Dllnda!', \'\'. .\11' :\Iurra\', ,\. .\1.., ,. ll
ROI'o DlSI'RWT. 
I Rf'ClOr ; IIr:mtford, J. V. U.,her, Rector; \\'elliuf!ton 
o
ench, R. F. CampLcll, :\1. \.; StratfonJ, Johll 

'luarc, T. (;rcene. -\.13" Rcctor; (;alt, )1. Boomer. il1clue. 
.\. C. ; Pari!:!, Charles Rllttan; OaltvilIc, \Iex. l'\'lIe'l WJ:STE:R'I; IIISTRICT. 
,\. U. ;..Na
sa
awcya, ,Gl.'Orge Vraham; '\I.issiollåries Sandwich, '''Ill. Ril
hie, Rector; Amhersthurgh.I-'. 
to the :-:1'( 
a!lons Iwhalls on thc Grand River, Abra- \Iack, RecKJr allll Ullit:i,ni.lIg Chal.l:1Ï1I to the Yorccs: 
I !I
I/I 
.cllc". al
tl .\dam Elliott; 8. L. .\rthurtoll, l:olchc:oter, I". Gore Elliult; Ch.ltbam, 
I L ravclhllg MIssIOnary. Rcctl r; Wilr\\ icl>, J. :\Iockrid;;e, Rector; \Valpolc I 



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:Island, An/hew Jamie.,..n; Dawn, &c., John Gunne;' 'Volfe Island, J. Anti"ell Allen; Bath, 'V. F.:5. Har- 
Ralei!!h, &c., Francis \'\'m. Sandys ; Plympton, J. G. R. per, Rector; AdolphustowlJ, Job Drocon, Rector; .Mo- 
':O:alter, B. A. hawk and Napanee, 8,lltern Gi\ illS, Rector; \mherst 
NEWCASTLE DtSTRICT. Island, John Rothwell, :\,B. ; Camden, Loughboro' and 
Cobourg, \. N. Bethune, D. D., Reetor, and Chaplain 





tI. Paul Shirle}, T. \V. Allen, Travelling lUib- 
to the Lord ßishop; E. Grasett, H.A., As
ist. 'Iinister; }. JOII'iSTOW'i DtS 
Port Hope, Jonathan Shortt, Rector; Ca\ an, S,unuel l , TRICT. 
\rlllour, Rector; CI,lrke anti Darlington, '1'.8. Kennrd},' Br,oek':llIe, E. Denroche, l\I. .\ ; Lamb's Pond, "'. 
Rt'ctor; Grafton and Colborne John ""ilson' Port H. Gunn/llg, A. iI., Rector; Prescott, Robert Blakey, 
'1'rent, ''''Illiam Bleasdell, A.M, ' 'Rt;Ct?r; KelJlptville,. H. ì\TcAlpin, Rector i Travelling 
COLBOR'iE DISTIUCT. MI",slOnary, Nath.lIl1el \Yatkllls. 
, Peterboro', R. J. C, 'I'aylor, ;\1. A., Rertor; Emily,' .B-'lTHURST DISTRICT. 
iRohert Harding i Feuelon f'alls, R. Shanklin. Perth, l\I. Harns, 
I. A.. Rector; Carlton Place, J. 
, A, :\Iulock, Rector; Frankto\Hl, J. 'V, Padlield. Reetor; 
HCTORIA DISTRICT. ,Pachenham anti Fitzroy, llannibal Mulkins; l\lerrick- 
, Uelleville, John Grier, ì\I.A.j U, Murphy, Trav. Mis. vi lie, ELene:ll'r \lorris. 
PRI:oiCE EnWARD DISTRICT. I D.H.II11PSIE DISTRICT. 
i Picton, \Vm. Macaulay, Rector; :\'Iurray, Geo, Bourn,' By town. F:,:'I. F:trong, Rec!or; Richmond, John Flood, 
;R. G. C{)X, Tra\elling )lis
ionary. Rector; March, Matthew Ker. 
, JlIIDLAND DtSTRICT. I EASTERN DISTRICT. 
Kim::ston,-Geor;;e O'Kill Stuart, I). D., Rector; Cornwall, Henry Patlon, Rector; 'V:iI1iamsburgh, E. 
'V. )1. lIerchlller, 1'1. A., A
.,j"tan
 l\Iinister. and
' Doswell, R,:e1or; .()
lIahruck, RomaJlle Rolph; H. E. 
'Chaplain to the Lord ßishop; R. V. ROi!ers, Minister lees, Travelling l\hs.,lOnary. 
'of St. James' Church, aud Chaplain to the Provillcial OTTAWA DISTRICT. 
:Penitentiary; T. IJ. :\1. Bartlett, M. A" Officiating' \Iissionary, F. Tremayne, 
('haplainlO the Forces; ''\T. Grei!!,l\linister of St, l'aul's Manitoulin Island, F. A. O'Meara, LL.D. ; G. A. 
:Church ; Henry Brent, Minister of St. Marh.'s Church, Anderson, Missionary to the Indians at Sault Ste. 
'Barri.efield. ,.\Iarie. 


CLERGY OF 'rHE PHE
HY'rERIA
 CHURCH OF CA
ADA, 
IN CONKECTION WITH THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND. 
I Synod meets at Kingston on the 11th July, It'.W. 
Rev. J.ohn Barclay, A.M., Toronto, 
Moderatllr of Synod; Rev. Andrew Bell, Dundas, Sllnod Clerk; John' 
;Cameron, Esquire, Torollw, Synod TreaslJrer; Rev. "om. ::::illlpson, Laehi/le, Convener of the ::;Y7lod's .French! 
,]I-li<si01l Committee; Rev. RoLert M'Gill, Montreal, amI Rev. J. Cook, B.D" Quebec, ::"Ub-Collveners French 
: JIL.
ion Committee. 
I'RESBYTERY OF G!..E:oiQAR\". I BelieVille, Otonabee, Dummer, A
phodel. Perey, Bel- 
, Williamstown, John ;\JcKenLie, A, .\I.; Cornwall, mont-Onlained Mi""ionary. A.rchibdld Colquhoun. 
Hugh Urquhart, A.:\1.; Osn,II,ruck, I
,!ae Purh.is; \\'il- . I'RESU\TERV OF !
)Ro!\ro. 
Iliamsburgh, John Dickey; :\lanintown, Johll !\IcLaurill: , 
squeslll!!, P
t
r Ferguson; Kill!!. John Tawse, A.1\I.; 
ILancaster, 1'hos. ]\JcPher"oll, :\..'1., Presbytery Clerk ; c;hlllgu'IC
usy, 1 hom,I" Juhnson; MOllO, Alex. LewIs; 
'Dalhousie .\Iill
 amI Cote 
t. r..'orgt', .Enea:i McLean 
 lorúllto, :St. Andrew's, Johu Barclay, .\.1\1" Presbytery 
tVacallt Charge". Lochiel, L'Ori,;nal, Fiuch, Cotcau dnl Clerk; 
1
lon, John I\Ic)Iu
chY; West (:will
lIIbury 
ILac, ludian Lands. OrJaineJ !\Ii.,o;iouary, \Villiam l 'lIld Inlll.,til, Ale\.. Ross; Clarke and Hope, Samuel 
I UunLar Porter; Yaughan, Peter ."cN au
hton, A. :\I.; Hornby 
I ' . . I 
nJ Traf,lIgar, \ViIlLIIIl Barr; ::>COll aud Uxhridge, 
PRE
B'\:TERY OF HAMILTO:oi. ,\Vllliam Brown; 8carhoroU!!h, Jallles George; Vacant 
! Nelson, \Vm. KlI1g; :\lo.lIlt Pleasant, John DrYlllng: Char"cs, PickNing and "'ThilL} Toronto Township 
;Clinton, Geo. 
IeCI,'tchev; 
!a
ara, John CrUlck..hauk, ,)alelloll, Newlllarket, :\Iarkhalll: Thorah, Darlington: 
, \.
f. ; Goden"h, Ale'( \I" K. I; Dnndas an I .\ucast 'r, 
olLa\Vasa:;a and SunaiJalc, Drock, ;\I.ua-l\Iis.,ion- 
.\mlrew Bell, Pushytery CÜr'o; Fergus, H. Mrlir, D.D,; <lry, James Calhoun. , 
:Guelph, Colin Grigor; :;lr,IUonl and Nonh Caslhope, I'EESB1oTEP.\" OF 'IOXTRE.U.. 
\Villiam Bell, .\, ,'I.; (;alt, J. .\T. SlIIilh. VOlcan' "ontreal, St. _\nolrcw'", .\Ie\ander JIathieson, D.D.: 
'('hargp;o, H1.lIIilton, 
i,ll('oe ami Port Dun'r, Londou l \1",ntfe,II, French (,hun:h, LUllle Larellelrie; !\Ton- 
,awl 'Ye;tmin"ler, \Voodstork ami Norwich, 
,trllia, lre,,\, :-;1. Paul's, Roher!. \lcGill; num!'!:, Duncan 
\mher"t!,ur
h, Aldhoro'. Yarmollth, Onondaga-Or-I 'Iuody; ('hath'un, \VIII. 
Iair; Hcauharnoi"" "'alte 
 
.Jained Missionary, John 'Villiarn Baynes. Roach, Pr
..blltery Clerl. ; (Jrlll
towu, Jamc" Anderson; 
PRE"nVTERV OF n \TIIUR"T. I'tlleLe
, Rt. Alldrew's, Juhn Cook, D.H, ; (
rOlgl'to\\ n. 
Beckwih, .John :5mith; Pt'rth, 1sT (,hureh, 'Villiam / Jam.cs C. :\:Iui
; Lachiue, \".illiam Simpson; \:011 
. Bell, .\.;\1, ; Perth, St. .\ndrl"w's, 'Villiam I:hin, A.I\I.. c.,rue
, . /I,lntl :-;har
ko;; l1emullIlgl?rd, John 
!
rllll;, 
'Pre'
lIt
r" Clerk; 
ollth Gower, Jost'ph !\nJersou. L Ipr
ITIP, John lJa\"lIlson o ; Three R\\rr
, Jame
 I hom;1 
\.1\1.;- Pakenhalll, AI..,ander 'Hann, A. M,: Richmonol,l 
11I:ltIIE!'lo
..
 \r\.a
H
c
" <llIace, .\,h, \ a"ant c
ar!!f's' l 
:DavjrJ E\'an"'; Lallrlrk, Thomas Fra"Cr: Hllchiu
ham IOlltreal, ::,;
. .ahnel ::,;tr
et, ---:-; ,Melholltll e : F ramp- 
:1.11<1 CUlilherland, George lIeil, A. U.; R,uusay, Jùhnl

n"Ja:uc'" :'
;.\' a!t, .Onlall1ed :\l1sslUnary; :\ICUIõ, JameS I 
: 'Ie \lorllle; 1.)"lho)u"i,
, Jolm Rohh; By town, ,\It'\:ander ,I aul,. )ll

lon
H}. .' 
,'pellce; Vacant Char!!t'!', Brock.lle, 8mith's Falls., TI,e .
",IO.t s .'Itl
 C"IIImlSSI?"erS, under the Clerg?f 
:'icwiJurgb and Bpllford KilIt' . Resr/"v(' 'ld-Rev. Alex. ;\'athle
on, II. D., "ontreal; 
! ' Y Rev. Hu.!h Urquhart, .\. :\1" Co TIm all ; 11011. !'Ner 
I l'RF.
B\'"TERV OF KINGoTO:oi. \lc(
ill, )Iontreal; I\,m. John lIamilwn, Kin!!ston 
, Kin
ston, 8t. Alldrl'w'
. John 'Iac.lnr, D. D.; S".v- Hun. James :\Iorris, Jlrochville; lion. Jame", Crookb. 
',nollr, Rohert :'ipill; Qnf'en's Cùlle
e, Kin.!
t(jn, Jame \'\'.'-1 Flalllhoro' ; John I'milh, J:
(I., :\Tonlrr'al; '\lex. 
"'illiam,,'m, A. \1., P,'esbytrr,/ C 'uk, t:eorge ROIII,IIII'''' ,: \Ic \f anin, LS4., :\Iartimown ; Hugh Allan, E
f)., Mon- 
\. .\1.; Camden, Thomas ::;.'OU; ",Icant Char 2 ,I treal. 


P RESHy'rERIAN CHURCH OF CANADA. 


The Synod meets at Toronto, on the 2Uth June, l
-I!I. 
I Rev. Donald :\kKenzie, Zorra, ]I[oderator; Rev. Prof. Rintoul, Kno'('s ('ollege, Clerk to Synod. 
I . 
I PRESß YTERY OF 'TORO
TO. IJa,?le!' Boyd; York l\ltlls and Scarboro', Tbom3!t 
Toronto, KnO"l:'s ('hurch, Rohert Durns, D. D. ;,WI!;htman. 
\ caledon and Erin, Ðunran l\fc:\lillan; Korval and' V
(,A;o,r ("URtJEs-F:keets\'iIle, Vaughan nnd King' 
Esqllesin"', Peter (
rav, Pr
sbyter!l Clerk; Markham, \Vllst Gwillimbury, 'fhorah and Eldon, Oro, l\Iedonte' 
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,... - I 
SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CANADIAN ALJ1ANAC. ,i> 
. I 
. &c.. Notta\\asaga. Mono and Essa. .\cwn and Nas
a- I PRE"B\"TERY OF MONTREAL. 
I
aweya, Chinguacousy, Humber and \\'e8ton, ûak.... i lie Indian Lands, Danie\ Carke.; Ste. Therei!e, DaVid l 
I and Trafalgar, Broek and Reach. . Alack; IJa Chnte, Thomas Henry; :-:t. Gabriel :-;treet 
, 
h"IsT,m.s 
VITHOUT P 
.S7,!RU. C
ARoE.-Jas. II,arTls, '1ontrcal, \\'illiam Leiblunan, Presbylery Ç'/erk; Cote I 
'ho;hael Wllh
, D. D., \\, 11113111 RUlloul, Henry E.,
on,l:::lreet 
[ontreal, John l'mNson (F. C. lIeputy); 
Ale\ander Gale. I corn
'all and Martintown, John FrabCl (ordained 1\1 i
- 
PRESBYTERY OF COBOURG. 
ionary); English River, James l"etle:> (Ordainedl 
Cavan fSouth] Jas. Dou
labs ; Petcrboro' and Ca\'an, :\Iis:;iOllary.) I 
John :VI. ROler; Grafto.n and Colborne, \V.iIliam Reid, V \('A'iT CUARGES.-St. Johns' Quebec; rertnenf. 
Pr
sbytery C;:lerk; Darl1ll2ton, o\le'(an,ler ::steele. ::;t. Eustachc Beachridge, Yallkleek Hill. 
\' .'CAS T CH.-\RGFS-Uobourg, Otonaltee. ' 
PRESIJ\TERY OF Ki:'iG
TO:\. I PRE5BYTERY 0.. LONDON. 
Demorestville: James Ro;ærs; G;wanoque, Henry P
rt R,arnia. Wil
i
m J\lacalistc.r; Zorra: 
onald 
Gordon; Kinoswn Robert Reid' Belleville \VllIiam :\f"KenL;lc ; North Eù.,t Hope. DaHlel Allan, 'I uc.ker- 
Gregg, Presbytery èlerk : Kingsto;l, Rober.t é. Burns. ',llIi,t!l, \\',il.ham Grahan
 ; Am
e

tLu.rgh, Roht. Pe((
n ; 
V ACANT CHARGE-Picton. -t. I homa
, John i\IcKlllllon , l:eklmt 
nd l\Iosa, \-\ tn, 
PRESR\TERY OF BROCKHLLE. Ro:;s Sutherland; Chatham, Angus McColl. 
. _ _' , T. . V'C'NT CH-\RGES.-\\'OOlbtoek, Stratford, London, 
Preseott, Robert Boyd 
 Broch !lIe, n Ilham Sm
rt Alù!Joro \Villiam8 Fin'Tdl Ing;er:>ol, St. Andrews. 
and \V. :\lc:Uurry; :5pencervlllp, J.llnes Ge OT <71e, ' '" , 
Presbylery Clerk; South Gower, \\'. J. 
IcDo\
èll; PRESB\TERY OF IIA
tILTO"'. 
Uellalllyville, Alex. Luke. Grim;;:bv, Daniel Eastman; Caledonia, Ann. Ferrier, 
PRESBYTERY OF PERTH. D. D.; lliImilton, Ralph Robb; Saltf1eet and ßinbrook. 
Perth, James Duncan; Dalhousie and Sherhrooke, 'George Chp}'ne; A
 r, Rohert Liull.,ay; Du
das T a'id 
:James Finlay; Ramsay, \VIII. G. Johnstoue ; Osgoode,.\nea.,te
,.I\]'lrk 1. ::Star
, Prt's
Yle
y ?lerk 
 
alt: 
ohn 
l aud Glouce
ter, \,\Tilliam Loche"lil; Hytown, Thomas I!dyn
 ; I horold, AnglJ
 
Iacklllto
h, Fcr<,u;,. (:eorge 
Ward rope, Presbytery Clerk; Bristol. Clarenùon and l "'lIIclIlI'; Pusllllch. \VIII
am. :\IeldrulII; \\ 
,lmgton 
Litchfield, Audrew .\Ielvillc; \Vahetielrl. Johu corbett' l 
fJuare, Ale\:. '\kLean ; Guelph, John G. I\k(.regor. 
VACANT CH'RGEs-Beckwith, .\Illldleton, Macnab, V Af'PH CH \RGF's.-Nia
ar;J, \Vool\\ ieh, Dunnville 
Pembrol,c. and \Vpllandport, Flamboro \\'est, \Valpo!e, Sydenham. 
I 
 
 
jCLEUGY OF THE UXITED PRE
ß\'"TERL\
 CIIURCH IX CANADA. 
I Rev. John Jenlllngs, Toronto, llIoderator. Rev. William Proudfoot, London, Synod Clerk. 
MONTREAL PRESB\TERY. Ale\:ander Henderson; IJrantford, Ale\:. Drummond; 
Montreal Rev. \-Villiam Tavlor; New GlasfTow \Ve:;t Flamboro', Thomab Chri
tie; 
t. George, Jame!! 
\.\le'!(ander'Lowden, Presbyter!! Cterk: Smith's [<;'alls: Roy, !,resb!ltery Clerk; Pari-, David ,Caw;. .'\yr,.Alex. 
I \VilIiam Aitken; 'hdrid, Johr. 1\1 Jrri
on. Vacant Rnc.lue; 
e\er\y, Johll.
?rteous; E
quesmg, (..eorge 
congre
ations-La Chute, Huntingdon, >51. Michael's, F

h
r ; GueltJ
I, Ro
ert J orrance; 
ramosa, ,Nlc.hol, 
Pakenham. lV IlIlam Barne. Vacalll cougrc!!atlOn'S-Chlppawa, 
TORO
TO PRESB\TERY. Thorold, Cayu:;a, nIallford, MùUllt ['Ieasant. 
Port Hope, Perry town , Rev. John Ca
"ie; Emily,Ops,1 L?'iDON PRE!'n

ERY. 
:\Ianvers, James Dick; Clarke, .tth Con. Newc.a
tle" London, \Vestmmstcr, 
ev. \
 I
ham Proudf
o!:o Pres: 
George La\\ rence; \Vhitby, Robert Thornton; I'ickpr- bytery . Clerk; Loudon rown,.hlJ
, James ",kmner, 
iug, A. W. \\7addpll; Toronto City, John Jennings, 
lenh
lIn, George i\[
Hray; De!
olt,. Johr
 'Ir
ellan; 
Presbytery Clerk; T. ronto Township. 8rarnptoll, James Godcnch, Charles .f letc!'er; 1 u,rkersmlth, ::Stanley, 
Pringle; Chin!!llacousy, Albion. Davil\ Coutts; We-t 
Ic\,mder :\IcKel.IL;le; 
t. Mary
; John Proudf?ot. 
C;willimhury, 1'ec.um>eth, E
sa, William Fraser. Va- '\ ac.all
 con!!regatlons--::f 11.ltham, 1 Ilhu
y, AdelaIde, 
c.ant congre!!ations-Lindsay, Newton, Richmond HiJl, \Vannck, \Voodstock, I:"outhwuld, Downie. 
Vaughan, h.ing, Inni:>fiI, Caledon. Ministers and Preachers withoutrharges-Revprends l 
1t\
IlLTON pp.rSBYTER\. Alexander h.l'nne,i\', \"..:ter 
cott, \Yilliam Ormi!'ton, 
Ilamiltol1, Rev. J,l1nc:; R. Dalrymple; St. Catharine,., \\ïlhJIII Chri,.tle, .\. '\Itlir. I 
.
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ROJL\X CATHOLIC CHURCH, UPPEil e.\
i
\.DA 


Diocc",c of 'rorollto. 
Bishop of Toronto, _ -. Viror General anti Dean, - -. Archdearon of Ttlronto-The Re\. 
Jolin James Hay, .\dministrator of the Diocesc. Secretary of thc Diocese-The saUlC, 
RUot-\L DEA:'i., A'iD \ICARS FORAJIo. 
Jloll
e nn
 Simroe Ð;,.lrirts-The Yen. the \rchde,lcon. ex ojlcio. (JIlTe. Yiagara alii! Talbol TJistrids- 
I::dward Gordon. Wesfrrn Distrirt, It?d fur those 
jlea'dn!? Frend.-I'. Point. Ltmdm( aAd Brork Districtsl 
_ _. JVellill!fton and Hur..n Di,trirts, a!ld Jin' lite UCrnl'lns-I.. "IVI'ill
. 11"<';0/1' Oil tlu bortlers. 
of Lake Superior and the Huron, and.ftlr Ole Indians-P. Chone. Toronto Cit!!-J. J, Har, ,'nd T. '1'. Kirwan., 
Gore anll Township of Toronto. Et ' ieo' .e. nale Ion. to the North of Ihe Grall'! Ri"er-\V. 'lc[lIto"h. J.fm- I 
\llJiun-B'lq. O'Reilly, Thornhill, ".rkhalIl, Va'I!!Inn. 1011. -\t1elai,\e, Ui,ldulph. &c.-P. U'lIw}er. 
t. 'l'ho- 

ewl\nrkLt allli Gp'1r!{llIa-J'J l m O'8elr"p, \Vhitby, III ,
, '\ arlllo,uh, &.c.- - -. Godench. 'fcKil- 
l'ickering, Brock, &.I',-J B. Pro!II
. \djùla. 'fecum- lop, Str"I
(Jnl-I'.:' Iwider. S"lnllwich all<\., Irroundln!! 

eth. 'Tono, &c.-:\[, R. !Hills. PenNan!!ni:;hpnp" TOwn!!hip<j-P, Poiu'. lL D., Joseph Grilliot. Alllher
t-I 
'!arrip, Vledonte, Orillia, Sunndale- \. f 'har('
t. Ihm- bur .!h, &
.-IÆwis '!<turicc. f'hatham, '\(.lidstonp. 
ilton. \\'ellinl!ton:''lllare, \Vatt"rrlown, Ar".-E, nordon. RQ hp
ter, &c.-J. J,lrmV. TilLury. East and ",,'esl 
R. D. GUf'I(,h, \rtll'lr, Xi..hol-
illl()n S IIlderl. R;)lell!h. &c,-Jo<jeph 'I. Bilion. VIT.llpole h;\alld!', 
IJrantford, f)umfrit"Q, Xorwich. ()\ford E. \V. & .xorth-':-:1rnia, 'Toore. & '.-[)ominir. Duran!!:!ct, (', I'remiot, 
h.Q. Q.ninl1n. Waterloo, Peel, &c.-L. (';wemg, R. D, ;\Tallito.,hne \
lantJs, aud h'Jr.lers of L"lke Huron-Xic. 

\'ilmot, \Vt"lIe
le", &C.-J0
, 
adl 'r. "i:J.

ra, ::;tam- Point, J. HaulI,nll\. :-:t. \[ Ir} Of::;l 'I.lry's ['all
, and 
orl\, &<:.,-Jolln f'"lrroll, :-;1. C.ltht"rine
, Thorold, &
, h0rrlers of Lake 
1I1}erior-J. ß. :\Ienet, Auguslin Kollier 
-\V. P. :\IcDonagh. Indiana, \Vaip:Jle and Township!' I'igern Ri\ nr-P. Chone. 
Dioce!iic of Kin
.
toll. 
.Rislwp 'of J{tn!?slon-Ri
ht Rpv. Reme!!ill" Gaulin, n. D. Coa1jlltor a
d Aclmillisfrntor of the Diorcse- 
'll!{hl Rev. Patrick Phelan, D. l)" Bishop of ('arrha. Vzcar Genaal-ver}' Rev. AII
ns \IcUonell, \. G. 
"Kin
5ton-p.ltrick [)ollard, Jamps (,hisholm. n. D..,Lvnrlsay-H. Fitzpatrick. Bel!t'ville-\Ji
h. Brennan. 
. :\[adrlpn, D. D" John Farrell, I'. .\. Telmon, ryend,'naTol-Charlc Q Burke. ['icton-M'nrth Lawlor. 

 Beau.lran, P. ;\I oll? y. Pcterborou!!h-John Butler. <<:;.11l1
en- 'Ti,-h, 
kD
nell._ _n
Oc 
villc=9 I


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' 76 SCOB IE & BALFO UR'S CANADIAN ALMANAC. 
!(:ananoqUe-JOhn Foley. l'r escott-Bdlllund R oaCh' j JOhn II. l\fcDona!l:h. Rlchlllond-'l'. 81111th. Kelllpt- 
I 'Fitzroy-J. :\-IcNlllty. St. .\ndrew's. 8LOnnollt-Geo. vll1e-Uauiel FarrcIly. L'Orij!I1al-A. McDonatd. 
A. Hav. Glengary-J. McUonald, V. G. Alexandria \.sphodel and Percy-Bernard Higgins. Douro-Bd. 
I-Uenis Bcgley. Manalown-l3ernard Coyle. Coru- \-aughan. Cobourg-James Timliu. Trcnt-Patrick 
I 'Wall-JOhU Cannon. Kitley-1', 
O'Connell. Perth- 
IcEvoy. 
'VE
LEY AN-JIE'rHUDI
T CHURCH IX CA
ADA. 
: President of the CU/Ifereltce-Jallles Dixon, D. D. Co-Delegate-)Iatthew Richey, n. U. Secretary- 
George R. Salllicrsoli. SupertlltelLdeiLt of 
l1i
siLl1t:i-Lnoch \\'oad. 
i 'l'ùRONTO DlS 1'RIC 1'. CODOGRG DlSTRICT. 
: Toronto City \\'e"t-;;all1nel D. Rice, Geo. H. Ð.lvis, Cobour7-John Dou"e; _\Je\an,Jer 1JcNab, A. )1.. 
Jesse Hurlburt, .\.. \1. Toront') City L:J.st-John Ryer- :5ilvester ILul:"urt, John Beatty, Thomas Hilllna, Hear} 
Ison, CuairnhLn; 
.::!. Nelles, A. 13. ; .\.. Green, 1300" l'rickev, Robert Robinson, Johll EII"li
h. Norwood- 
8Utwanl ; Geor
c R. S.J.nders:JlI, B litor j E.;crtoll Ryer- Johll :;.J.lIllerson, l'Ieison BrowlI. Ifeterborou"h-Geo. 
son, D. D. YUlIge8treet-Lcwi< \V.J. ner, Jas. Hu
hes, 
oodson, Charles Turver j 
Joses Blackstock. Bow- 
,I1umuer-'1'hollhls Demoresl, Johll 
.n:ter; Johll Cui, u,Ulville-\Villi.un Haw, John C. Osborne. Schoo"'o'" 
ham. C<Jo:,,"vilie-Uavid \Vright; J,unes \VilSOll, -Vi'illiaUl 
reer. Port Hupc-Jonatl1.ln ::icott, Ja:
e
 
BraUlt/toll-Peter Ker, U.J.Vil1 CI.J.ppiso... O:!hawa-, ,I, 8later. Rice and M'ld Lakes-Robert BrooKin", 
,\Villi un i'rice, J, Güo,lerham N eWUlarket aUlI slIalu'l J'Jhll 811l1day. AllIervillt..
W illiatll C.J.sc, Chainllal
; 
I:!lantl-\VilhLlIl1 Youn
, Alc.\aa,ler C.ulIphell. ,J.lrk- \Vilhatll Ame:!, 
haal-Jos
:lil ìlpssmore, Gf'orge Case; U lvi.1 10al11:1I1". 
: grantloru-C. Flumprfelt, \V. 
. UI.lckstock. .VIono- D
LI.E\.ILLE 
."TRICT. 
iJohn Goodfellow. .'Jotta.vas:I.-;a-He.lry Reid. U.lrrit, Belleville-Joha Gelllicy. Coleborne-\ViIliam Cole- 
I-;Lu
l
er O. Ri,ce. R
Ill,l a[\[l Unl!ta
Hor;Lce Deall. 'nan, \VIII. \Iortoll. COlisecoll-Richard Jone:!, Chair- 
'

'. \ JIlcellt- C;eorge Sall
h, B
?CK-;::Lharle:s W. :\1. .tHm; William H. Poole, Josl'ph Re}'nolrls; Daniel 
,(",II:Jcrt, \Vn.l. ('!lady; DavIJIIarUle. .ueaùsollel, &.c.- \Ir-,\Inllell. Sidney-John 1ll,lCk, .\Iexdndcr Potts. 
! \VIll. IIcrktll1er. \Jarmura-StclJhen Miles. 
hannonville-n. \Vright. 
: LONDO", OlSTRICT. Uelllore5tville-(;eor
e Carr; I. 13. .\ylsworth. nällo- 
I I,ondon-John Carroll, C!. IÌrllllt1. LonJon Circuit w
II-Wil,l1alll :\JC,Uùllough, Thomas Cle
h.orn; Gil
crt 
,-\Villiam l'ollaro1, Charles ::;ilvestcr; Edmund SrollPY, \IllIer; Geo. F: I IiLyter. 
ayallee-\Vlll1dl1l Mcfad- 
I ßlanchanl-l'holllas \VlllIallls. (;) lerich-Johl1 Wil- len, John.\. \VIIl1.J.IHS, Shetlield-.\.lJraham lJaywall. 
I liams, James Grey. Saugeellg-Juhll 1\:, Williston, KI'l/IHn.O'l/ DiSTRICT. 
.\tlelaiùc--;Gcorge K
lllledY, Jùl1
1 \yehster. 

rnia- Kill
ston E.lst-\Villia'lI Slluire, rJnirmall. Kings- 
lhplllas 1 
Iwcett. ::SYdenh
lIIr-:-l::. ::S.J.II,)ws. C;I<lthalll ton We,;t-[s.lac n. J[uw.ud; Henry Byers. 'Vilton- 
I-
dmuel i' ear. J. L,U/d. GOci.lel,1 anll.\.I!1I11'rst.lIlrgh- 
eor07e llevnoll Rohert Lochhea I. \Vaterloo--(' .rus R. 
IRlchan! PI
pll

' ,B. CJen
e.nt, 
J'l1
ceY;-L'et,a J?,ICS. \.lIisZn. Udll.J.:I04 U ,,:-VOIlr.J.tI Vandusen. Eli
aueth- 
1-\.
rahall1 ;;1

le:: ,1St. I.I:OIl1,I,,-.::.allw'el C. 11111p, town-Jose
n \V, ....Icf:ollum, T. "V. Constable; \'\Tyatt 
jRlcl1an.l "Iuun", fho.na" I.H.llon. Jltamberlain. Xewborou
lt- \Ivah .\tlaills. Bath and 
I Ull \N l'FO:W DIS 1'lliCT. \mhcrst lsle-:U. Fawcett, JO:1I1 Arlllstroll
. Perth- 
I Branlfor.I-E,lwy M. R\'ersoll, \Vellington Jeltèrs: ["rancis Coleman. Sherbrooke-:\liehael Baner. 
'Geoqe Pouh
. ;\'J,llaltide-Juseph Bile"lj. \Voo l
tJch BROCKVH.LE DlS 1'RlCl'. 
I-Kennedy Crei

lton, Francis ClloLlJman. 
orwieh- , 
,'.., . 
I Rohert Vor!'on. :;lIllcoe-J,unes Boo.h; ìJ.lttlll,lS Holtln'. 
,rockvllle-
oul
 F.. En
II"!
: Prescott.and Aug,!sta 
,\\'.Lbia
h,III1-;::;ololl\on \V,lldron. Gran,1 River-R, -ll1omas l3
vltt, CIJ.J.lrIll;\II ; ::SHnon tIUl
UlIgdon; Baa 
'Hcyl.ln,.I. Cayn
,l-Ù..;ia., B,uuer, 
e\V CreLiit-\Vm, Ht'.lly. :U.wlda-J..mes Mns
rove, David :UcDowcll; 
:RVI'rson C;llIrtJnn Dumfries-ìIattÌ1,"w \Vhitill", Joseph 8awyer. Smith's Falls-John Le\'er; \Villiam 
I l'
I(I1I1.J.S Jerl
;s. S'tr
tforll.lI\(IYeel-Laa: 
(lam:!, Wll
, :;
OWl.l. C
rnwall-W.illi.un H. 
Villian
s
 \Vm. M. 
Uwn.lm. Guelph-Jolm ilre.llll, Char!es l' ISIt. i'
ltty"on. \'oteau l.andJt\g-Jona
h.lII.I,overJ.n. h.empt- 
I " ville-.\sltat'l Hurlhurt. JJernckvllle-Vlnc,cnt B. 
lI.UtlLI'O'I/ Ul:HRIC 1'. Howard. àIississiplJi-Henlamin Xanke\'ill, Wilham 
: Hamilton-H. Wilkinson, ('h.1ir:n,l\l; G. Yo:mg; D. Chamnan. 'Vinc,l1estcr-\'Vïlliam McGill. 
; C. \ranXormall, 1\. .\J.; Andrew I'riuen, Samucll3el- . 
,[on. '('hulll ,,, Rattray. D'-lll fas-:5,lIlluei Rose, :\Ie.\'r BY [,OWN DISTaICT. . 
, L'. Green, Xelson-\Vm, \Villou
hby, Jam
:! 
pencer, Rrtown-EJm'd f:'hpphcrd, Clmirman ; Henry ßridge 
t;eor
e Fer
uson. Geor
etown-WIll. Philp. Grillls
IY \Vestmeath-H,'nry :;haJer. Boncl1ere-John Howe
. 
'-II,lllliltoli 
iggar, Jo:seph Hill. :;t, C.tlherines-John Hull-James Elliot!. Cattinean-Erastns Hurlburt 
'L;,w, I'harles L1.vell. St,\luforrJ-::
hraim H. HarlJer, l3uekill
I1;\lH-John .\rm"trou!j. 
t. Andrews-David 
,.I{)lm lIuliI. ChiIJfJC\wl-Reuucn 1:, TU
lJer, Stl

hel/ II. ,r.lr1dell. L'Ori
ual-Jallles Greener; Franklin 
: i\rowllell. 
ene.:a-'l'hom.ls ('osfonl, - Camp!dl.l:\Jetc.lIf. Os
oQ(lc-Charles Tag'.,:art. RichI1l01ll1-\\'m. 
,Owen 80:.tnù-Jatllcs Hutchinson, D. 8awyer; John .\ndrews, 
ohie Armstrong. Clùrendon-David Jeu- 
,Xeel:.tnds. ningi', Lew is ;Uorton. 
:CÅ
ADIAN 'VESL'N 
IU ETHODIS'l' X E\V"CQì\'" XEXION CHURCH. 
i REV. II. O. CROI<' I'S, Torant'), General SILpcrintendent. 
I Ancaster. J. Urennan ; I3arn
lon, P. V. \Vcst; llar-ll1nd Norwich, J. Vi'ill-inson, L. OllJlstead, J. Jackson, 
,ton, B. 1', Brown; Bolton and Patton, L. 1'. .\oIal1ls :,1', incf' 
,Iwanl, E. Vannormau, J. ßreakcnridge; Nas- 
IR. Boweu ; Cdledou, J. Uales; I'avan, J. Simpson, T.i
al!aweya, J. I;lass; 
ewcastle, N. C. Cowau; 
:l3rowu, \V. Rullinsou, Cayug;.I, F. \Veaver; ('roshy, J,[::-:Iukely, F. E. Powers; St.lllsteau. II. J1ur,:ell, Isaac 
ì( '. \Varren, '1'. Rf'ed; UUUhillJl, ß. Haigh. G. \L :;toue'l Blake, 
t. Thomas, J. Hell; Toronto, T Goldsmith; 
' , t:liZ:lIl<'thLOwn, T. Jelferis ; Coull/um a:u! UrununLlnd, '1'rafal
,lr, II. Coates; \Vaterford, H. \\'Ilkiuson; \\'eI- 
J.8hiltou, \.. Armstrollg;; Hamilton. U.H. Rolston; Ueu- laud Caual. \\" Preston; \V hitchurch, J. Caswell; \Ves- 
rysburgh, "'. Huut; Laus,lowlle, T. RUl1lp; [,oudoll, tern '\Iissiou, \V.Bothwcll; York, F. Haynes. 
I I C . Childs; LOlldull Circuit, E.
a
 
CLERGY OF COXGREGArrIOX..\L DE
Oi\IlN.ATIOX. 
.\sphoolPl, T. ::;eawrig;ht; 
r,ult(ord, T. B'lkt;
; ßol-iNewmarket, Dr. Gam
ua2,?; Oaklan I, \V. na
; .O
o, 

toIJ.S )Iills, - \Vhecler; rlrock, X. .\II'KlIlHon : 1 '\' Raymond; Purl 
,lrnJa allli l\10:Jre, 1\, (.elk.t';1 
'Brock\ illl', J. Li2htbody; lIytowlI, J. '1'. ßH11f'; 1 'ale-, !'aris and Hurford, .I. VJIlceut; 
t. Andrew's, '1''- 1 
"lo11,
. Kiu"; Cold 
pring
, near COUOUf2, \V. Ha\"!en;,naYlle; :-:imcoe, \Villiarn Clarke; ::;outl1wold, J. 
!J)arlillg;ton." J. Climie; Urul11l1Jontiville, B. Ehbs; ':5ilco'(; Stoutfville, J., Kribs; Stratford, A. C. Uci- 
'I
squ..sill'.!. IL Benny; (:Janlonl, t>. Finton; Glenf'ary.l..ic; Port Hlanley, "'.il
ialll Alworth; ,!,oron10, Jl?hn 
J. :\kKiliikt'n; Georgptown, U. PowI'I ; HUc1lJb, J. J.1Roaf and .\dalll Lllllf'; Val'
han, f. 1I0dg1-1l1; 
Bran
; Halliliton, R. f{, Rullinson; I\.illgston, "'. !\I.I\Varwick, J. Armour; \\'hitby, J. Geikie; -, C. G. 
'Feuwic.i'.:.. L
n"-o--'-I
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I 
SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CANADIA;\" AL \IAr\AC.. 77 
BAPT!
T DE
O
I1XArrIOX. I 
Ancaster, \V. I.. B:oyley; .\ylmer. :;::. Baker. Ayr.\'Ialahide, George \Vil;;:on; Markham, P. L. Davillson; 
I H
m
n Filch; J;;trfonl. T. Ide; BarnslOn, J. Green:1 \11fIdleton. JJ. \'-. Rowland; 
1ontrcal. J. .:\1. l'rarul',1 
I [lpam,;villc. Geor
e 
il\cr; lle.ver
y. C. \\'.. \V: Porter-I 
", Bos\,:orth,.?
,t., ß. lIavies. l'h. D.. John Girdwood ; 1 
,ncltl: Ue\ crlr. Johnstown District. John :\!lIIer, P'I S 18;;:oun. S. , 1Il1l1!!: Oakland, D. H. Hahcroft; O;;:
ood. 
I:,choficld; TIlenheim, Francis PicklP, \V. C. Bt'ordsall : \ 0. '\1cPhail : O;;:nahrurk. J. 
rnilh : Ow'rville. 
1. \V. 
I Hr"nuûnl. J. \\ïnterhotham, J. H. Carr
.er; Brcada\- Hopkins: P<ln". X. Bosworth, F. R.
.: I.eterboro,. , 
h:me. \\ïlliarn Frazer: B
ighton, .f. Holman; Brock. J. <<;i1mour: l'ort IInver. A. :\1cLean: Port Hope. .I, 
Hu!!h Rl'i(J: BrorkvllI",. R. Bowl. \-Vm. Dirk. Robert R<lird; !'otton. :5outh. T. !\lerrirnan : Pre,;ton. J,unes 
Oid-.: Brontt'. J. Oakley: I:u'rford. Jospph !'<linter: "-:im: Quphec. D. '1arsh; QUl:'enston. II. Curry; 
CaledoR, J. Camllbell: ('anborou2'h. \\"illiam ('ook: Raleigh. \"m. Gorrie: Rainh:UlI. J. Van Loon. Jun.;! 
('arlton Place. L, Holcroft: Chatham. J. Kin!!: Rawdon. J. Butl,.r; Reach. \\'. Hurlburt; 
antl"'lch.' 
Clarenc". .Iohn Edwar,ls; Cobourg, f'I. Tap>;rott.; Col- (;eonre .Tacohs; 
cothnd. \V. Drummond: Short Hill:;. 1 
che8ter. L.;. HI!!hworden; ['ro
l,y, fnuth,!". 'fcJ
athron; 1>. "'ay; f:Îllney. \VIII. GeRry; 
imcoe. '1'. Bailey; 
DrumlI1ond\'illt'. A. {'Je2'horn: Dunrla8. .T. Clntton' :,olllhwohi. '1'. 
JiII
, St. ('atharin",s. W. IJ!'Wt'Oll.j 
Eaton. \. Gillies; Esquesing. John Clark; (
eor!!e\.iI1e" I J' '\nder!õOn; St. Geof!!p. John !\Iiner. \\"m. Smith;j 
E. :\Jitchell : Gostield. \Y. Gonn.... N. I'rPHch; Gosfield. ';;t. Thoma!'. John P,ra
. R. AndrewR: f:tonehrirJ!!p.1 
I:. Jacobs; Gower. SOllth. P. 
Jcf)o
;J' I: HaMlinanrl. P. N. Jer8eY: Thurlow, J. Brid!::!'s: Toronto. \\'.1 
i "'m. Lacy, n. V.'ait; rJamilton, A. BL)oh"r. E, nrown: Chri
tjan; .T. P
"per: Town;:"'nrJ.
: 
1cConnell: \Val- I 
I Houghton, \V. McDerm:Jnd: Ingl'r!'oll. l:;aRc Elliot; nole. '1'. 
tillwell ; \Vaterford, J. Howey. A. 
1
!Zht. (;, 
\ Kemp'ville. J. ('ooper: Kingston. \. Lorimer.:\, B. :1.1. Ryer;;:e: \,"hitby, J. .\1ar;;h; J. Crpllin: \\'indham. 1 
I L
nark. Jame
, Di,ck. .lamps 
lIIit:I:.I P
'J
. A. 8tevem::ll:. SlPinhoff: \\'ood;;:tock,. \\Y. lJ,. Lalllion.. E. Topping; 
I Loho. \\'111, " Ilkll1son ; Lonl!ou. :-ì, l
astwoorJ. James, \ 
rl\lollth. 8. 
te\'.art; \ ork l\ItIl
, J. \Iltchell; Zone 
Inglis; Louth,
. H. Goss; :\lcGil vray. O. A. Turace ;'\1IIIs. C. ;\ IcDermand; Zorra, J.
. .\lanning. 
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CITIES AND TO'VNS CORPORATE, 


Citr of ;'fIontrea--POP!:LATlOK, ,jlJ.010. ' City of Ii.in:Z-!iiton-PoPuL\TIOs. 12,018. 
Jo
pph Bourrett. JlTrJyor: I.aroque. (;'Iqy. Glennon, "ïlli'lm ForrJ. Jr., jllngor: R. Aw'len. .lame" Baker 
')uinIPt. Fabrp. an(1 Tull
.. AI.ler'lIen: \\ïlson, Lyman. I. Hredpn. J. ('onnter. J. rlani"a
l. \\". Ford. Jr." 
i 
IcI:Rrl:ll
. 
1L'
ifÍ!'r: 
ims. Vall!is. ):plI. (;renier,! 
'. 
r. Hill. \, :\1cJ.ean.,!". f:myth:\V. nilson, Alder
 1 
,,,,lIIlIth. :
ot!ll'r. \\ hJll'l:lW; 
lornH'r, ,1If':lud
y. an
' l me,?: R. .\11'.'11, R. <<h'Hlallhou
e, J. Crawford. J. 
I I.y lI<:h , C..""cu.lor$. Johu I. :--
H{).,. (Ierk; E louaw Harvey, J. Lu.lOn, G. :\[c)lahon. .I, Patterson. \\'. 
I :1PJIII'IS. Tr,'o<llrer: J. "... H, \lr(.;ill. SUrl'e!for ;;Simp:;on, R. "'ad lin!!ham. .I, \\'iler. CUllnriltors' 
IThomas \\ïly, ('!tiff of Pulice: n. Jeremy. Dep"fy lit''! rho:;, 'í, Rohisou. PI/lire Ma!{istrute; M irh
pl Flana:; 
I 'l'R''''ITI H,n;...:. AI..", na;
!..-Roht. Armour. Uast r, / .:au. Clerk: rrancis" eYIIII;, ,
'lrl:e"or' 
,ll11lJel 
ha\\' 
John \V. Dun
conolh. Dejluty do.; \Vm. Edmonstone. llailil/; \\ïlliam Angl
n. 'l'reasurer'. \raltl'r l\Jc=, 
l B. L. RO'lth. John 
ry. and O\,:'jrew:">haw. >>lIrlle".s, 'uuiflè, JIllrbor Jlaslcr; James Deall
. As..e
.'or. I 
.Ialll
$Hofmes.Rel!lstrnr?ntf.'l,'ell.llrer; !"H')I
r
n' l City of Ha'lIi1ton-PoPuI.ATIOI>.{I.
99. I 
HariJor ..Master; Henr} G. 1 hOl
lpson, H rLter Bailiff. Geo. S. ,Titr.my, ]'.[nyOT; 8amupi Kprr. So B. I.'ree- 
City of Qllcb('c-Pop(;r.ATIO
. 3U,000. man. Damel Kelly. Arthur Bowen, Neh. Ford John 

 GPorge O'Kill St!I:lrt. Ma!'IIr. :J!lmcs Dean. Geo
::!;e Winer,' John I-
isher. E, Stinson, Dr. ,Billings. A. Ì\1iller.1 
. S!Uarl. James 8<'*\\'",11. 
I.p.. (TeOr!;p Hall.. Dan!el, Ctnl1tI'1/1ors. G. H, Arm"tron:z. P,olLce 
Itlgistrate; C.: 
\leGle. John Frew. Thos. \\ . LloyJ, James GlllesPle'IH. Stokoe. Clerk: J )hn Brown. Treasurer. ::: RyCk. / 
.lames Dinnin!!. *John Doran, Iohn l\IR
uire. J. E man. lligh Bailijj: . 
I I;il

ras. *Jean '1'onran!Zeau. Jacque:" P. Rhe:;nlllf'. Ger-I 'I'onru of Nïan-ara-Popur.\TIOX 3 toO I 
m;\1I' Guay. Joseph Touran
eau, *
arCls"e F, ßel1":IU. B "'
,," . 
.Jo...eph Robitaille, Ulric Tes
ier. AI"xi5 Dorval. Coun- 0 
4.
D OF P?LICE.-John, :Sllnp80n. Premdeflt; A!ex. 
IrillorS. l Those marked thu;;; * rptire i!l Februnrr.] 13 av)(J"on. AWlIf'w Heron. Jr.. James lloultoll and hea. 
I 
'. X. Garneau. Cil!f Clerk; \Vm. Bennett. TremJllrer; 13 oo

er. Isa,tc H.. John.s,?
. Trea,,"'1I.rer and Clerk ; 1 
IJo;;:pph Hamel. 
urve'for: \,"m. JZ, :\!c<<'ord. lllspertor ea er ßonner, HIgh Ballijj. 
! ,,:,d SllperÏldendent òj Police; R. II. RU8se\l. Chief "'o,vn of Hrock"il1c-POI'UIATION, 2."-19. 
(o
'tnble. ,fiO\RD OF Por.trr-Ormontl Jones, President: David l 
, .1 RI''H'l:'' HOUSE. QnmFc.-II, I eme
lIner. ]llnster: B. 0, Ford, Rohprt Pc 'en. David '\lair, and \Villiam 
1'.. B.. Lllld
RY. Trl'nsurer.:. E. 11. LmrJsay and A. Fit7simmons. \V. ll. !\rcClean. Clerk; Cashier Com- 
1.emome. Clerk and Rep;1
 rar; E. II O'I:e r. Hnrbor l mereial Bank. Treasurer; lames Gardner. Hirrh BailijJ.' 
j _1fllòln: Rol,prt .T.)lvan. ASHstant do.; Rohert YOIJI1!!,' b I 
Superintendent (!f Pilols: B. S. Lafleur. Water Bailiff; I To\vn of Ily
o\vn-1'npuLATIOS. 6,

. 
I f. Ro(lerigu('. 1IIessCll!Jer. COI"iTU.-.J. R. I PWI!'. .Jr.. J.1Tn/for: Rohert Hervey.. 
City of 'l'oron.o-Pnpn.4.TIox. 2-1.,j0.í. I Jr .. Geonæ Patters?n. N. Sparl\s
 ('harll's Sparro\\'. Jos. 
,* rnr!Zpon. alll\ H. HII. John '\tklll:;, Clerk; Ed. Ma8se, 
Gpor!:!ehurnett. 
fmJ"T: Dr. \Vorkman. R. DempSey. , TreasllTer' Isaac Herichon Hiu/t BrÛlitJ 

*r.:l'.Heni;:on.Jr..\\' A.Campbell.*G,f)u!!2'an.'J.P.P.. 'I' ' f ro b . " I ' " 
1(;' P. Ridont. .I, JJea"', *R. [Jpard. n". \Vakf'field. *G, 0"'11 0 .. 0 onr;:- OI'I'(.\TIOS, 3,,')13. 
'GlJrnctt. *Johll nell, lion, II. fherwood. :\i, P.I'.. 11der-' fiOARO 01' POr,ICF.-.\sa .\. Burnham. President; 
''''en: *\V. [)avi
. (;. ['Olllfpr. 'JGhn Carr. RA. DpnislÕJn.I.\ndre\\' :\lil.llc. .John Hf'\m, IIr. Bpatty nnd F. Burnet. 
Johll Ritd1ev. *.Tohn Howrntt. :-:,uI1IIPI Phlt. John:ll
vl,1 B
o
I
I'. Clerk alld 'l'rcnt<'/lrer; Robert Craig. 
I":mith. *.Tohn ('rai!!, E. l<'. \VhiUernore. *R. .lamp!,. Jr. Hl!!lt BtJllijj. 
I
dwin Hell, Cml/1rillors, [Tho
e rnarkpd thus * rl'tire 'I'o\vn of B{'lIp"iJle-PopuL4.Tlo.... 
.!J",.í. I 
1 111 Fphrunrv.) \ha
.ll'1lv. Cler",: Anll!p,\1:'T.J\
"('orrl. RO"RD OF POLIeE-Jameo.: "-hiteford. P,.,.sideflt. 
Cl"",!"erln,!,: fr. L. Allen. High Bmliff; 1 homa" Peter Rnhert;;::)11, I.P\Vi
 '\"allhritlgf'. Roval 'Innroe an;11 
Garhcl{. Ofy Tn
pertor. '1errick :-::1.\\'yer. Roht.)J RO\. Clerk 
 Merri,.k :5a"- 
Cn","r
FR!" G .!' CO,'II'
 ''Y 01' ,ToRn'"To.-:Il1"nrpo- yer. 1'rea

lrer. f'orneliu.. Eo!)'Prt. High Bailiff. J 
rate-J h}' \ct of l'ro
-ll1rlal 
arham('
't.-]).rel"lor
- 'I'o""Jl of Dunda"-POI'ULA . 2 '210 
'harl"", n",rrl\. I'rp
l.tent; Rlrharrl Knf'P
ha\\'. Vice TI01'i.. . 
"rl'sj':ent; F.: F. \\ï1Ïttpmor p . Hu!!h :-'
ohip. Hu!!h ROARI> OF Pnr,ICF'-John Patcr!'on. Prcsi.le'lt ; Jam... 
\fill"" J'lIn""' Hpat\, Rirhard \":ltp;:. Geo, ('.lIorwood. Coleman. Robprt rIolt. Hu!!h Mc'J Ihon. anrJ RahNt, 
J. T. Smith. PI'Wr Patl'r
on. lIavirl Paterson. and Alex. ":I'ence. Cou.nâlllJro, \raltcr I'hbholrn, Clerk and Tr, ] 
Cadenach. John \Val
on. '[ana!!l"r. surer; Murdoch l\IcI>onaltl, /Jig" Bailiff. 
'\"oI'Jivillt>. arJjoinin2' Toronto-Limited r"rpom' 'l'on'l1 of PiCfol1-PoPUI.n rilN. 1..)99. 
lion. unòer \ct 1\1 aud 11 \ïc, c:Jp. 4
. Jaml's Doh
on. 110ARD 01' l'()f,lrE-Ale
an(ler J\I
cRIi..tPr. Preltrdeflt" 
lohn Edmon,l. Harnson Routlidge. Thomas Demmerr Prancis G. Owens. ant! William Hale. L
H1pricr 


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n 
ll'il?h. Trusteu. 1)lnrr
v. Clerk lI1u l TreOinlrer. I 



;78 S COBIE & BALFOUR'S CANADIAN AL
IANAC. 
1- 'I'O'IVU of London-P'ILULATION, -i ,5ï3. Jessup, Ja mes Higgins, Al exandee McMillan, and JOB. 
I Simeon :\lorrell, l1ayor; l'hilo Dennctt, l\lichael Cowan. 

cg
r, \Villiam ßar,ker, John Do de, -\. .l\Jrf'or.l1lick, 'I"O'VII of St. C'a1barincs-Pot't:J.ATION,3,500 
1;:-;' . tansfiel.l, J. UIIHond, and Henry H. RObmson,1 BOARD OF POLICE E 0..: \ I P.d I II 
,C
mm,Ol
 COltncilm
a: Chas, lIutehir
son, TO.llJn C.'er
l! Vlittl
beeger, Georg;-Ry'k

t
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I

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:
'eer
e;, T
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V 
1\\' \<\. dreet, Treasurer; Peter McCanu, Hlglt Eatliff'!rJums, and Samuel I.. St. John. Charlee M. Arnold' 
I '1'0"'"11. of Port 1I0PC-POPUI.ATION, 1,"12. Cl
rk ; R?-!l
 of ;\Iontreal, Treasurcr j Edward Dillord; 
I 130ARD OF POI.ICl"-N. Kirchot1Ì'r, Prcsident; John Htgh Batliff. 

Ilatton, Samuel Hatton, T. \V. 'Ietcalf, and Robert 'l'ou'u of Corn,vall-PoPt'T,ATIO
, J,151. 
jLan g . Francis Evatt, Clcrk; Charles Hughes, Trea- Charies Rattray, 
JI[ayur: (
t'orge McDonell, Donald l 
, surcr. I ,JcJ)onl'lI , John S, 
Icnougall, Thomas Marsl,lall 
'I'o'''n of Bran1ford-PoPuLATION 3000. !Thomas Kennedy, alld ThOlmìs O'Cal/aghõi.n, Cuum;i/:I 
\Ifred Digby, 
J. I);. 
1[n!,or ; lIen
y Y:lrdingto.
, 
Oiò. lors. Ch
r!f's 1'0
le, C!pr
; \<Villiam Parke, Trew;urer; / 
I Gardlll.r, Jo,t'ph H. ( Icmcllt, John \IIi. Dawns, \\ .Iham .\. C. PhilipS, High Bailiff. 
\Yalh...r,aml JamN \Valker, G'tJulIcill"rs. John R. Mc- . , . 
1J0nald, Clerk j \Vil/iam \Valher, Trea.
llrer. ! ..Galt-Lllmterl Corpor.atlOn, under Act ]0 and 11 
I ' , ' · ,. , --- V IC. cap. -it. ,Allam Arn
(ie, Sidne
 
lIlith, [s'lac 
lo,,,n 01 I r:escoU--Pm U',ATIO
, 1,/ ,.). Sours, John J)avlIl
on, and. i\1orris t;. Lutz, Trustces' 
ßUARD OF POLlc.,;-.ßead ßurritt, President j II. D. Isaac Sour
, j:rSJIccl(Jr. ' 
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, Lil"t 0" tb(' IJln[)('rt al Parlhu uentl". 
! I \ssemhled.. Dissolved. = AS
l'-:Ned . I Di
",oh'ed. 
, 1---/-- 
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I Fin,t. . . ..... ',' . . " . . .. . . . June.. . . 2ft, Jf<O') Ninth. . ..... . . October.. 2ti, 18'11 April... . 23, 1831 1 ' 
:;:eeond . . ... . . ,N ovemt('r 1H, ]
tJ2, October.. '2-l, l-\IIU Tenth. . . ... . . June. . . . H, 1
31, Decembl'r 3 ]P32 
I Third. , . . .. . . neeember I.., 1t-IlIi,r\pril . . . 2H, Jt'U
 Elc\'Cnth.. . . . January.. 2!', 1
3;" l oecell1ber 30; 1
 1 
Fourth. . .., . . Jnne., . . 22, ]t1117!:3eptt'rnber 211, 1"12 ,Twelfth.... . . . FetJcunry.. 11\ 1f-"5 July. " 17 ]P37 
Fifth . . . ... . . November 2.1, 1..12! .I line.. " )I', J," I" ,Thi r1t'emh . . .. N ovelllber ],'j, It-,J
 JUUl' . . . . 23: ]841 
Sixth... ..... January.. 14, 1
1!i:Febrnar
. 2ft,lf'
I I Fourteeuth..... Augusto.. 19, 15-lI'July, ,.23,1&17 
!Seveuth.... . . . April. . . 21, 18:W,Julle.. .. t. 1"'2H FiJlcemh... . . . November 11', Ib4i: 
(i
htb . . ... . . November U, ]t-2t; July. . '" 2,]" 1"311 I 
DISTRICT OFFICERS IN UPPER CANAD:\. 


Î D ' . I HI . If. \V Ú I Clerh of the . I D'-t ',t CI' k I District Trea- '('rown Land 
Istnct. . len. I ar en. Peace. I" rh, er surer I AQcnts. 
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I Eastern . / D -"I
 
lcUonell,'lJon A Fraær, James Pringle, James Pringle, !R " , IClJOnald 'S U,lrt I 
: Ottawa.. l' P Treadwell, 1(' Johnson, ,)) McDonald, !'eter O'Brian 1 '1' II Johnson ,n \V "cf'ann 
. John:5t'n. Adie! Hher\\ ood, 0 R Gowan, ,Jallle.,; Jcssup, .I,ulle:5 Jessup, J J, Schofie/<! IV .I Scott 
!Bathurst.j \IHI'W Uichson, Robert 
:ell, \\' R F Bl'rfonl,:Rùbert :\oJoll'att, T 1\1 R,IlIr'nhur:5t \ Leslie 
: Dalh'sie. :,illlOIl 
'ra/,er, /l1on Hl'iuhey, F C {'ow('II, Charles l'iuhey 'D U'('olillor ,Júlln Dune 
IP. EdW'd / O '\lc
1.1hon, 'D E Htevenson, PhillilJ Low, R ,I f'!laplllan, I l vavid :::1l11ith ,.\ l\Jacphersor 
'.\Iit/land. l' \ Corhet!, Johll n Marks, !JaIlle:5 Nickalls,'(;eo II njtt'
r, \VIII I'erplson ;John P Roblil I 
Victoria. .I \V U \loodie, t;eo ßenjamin, I \VIII Fitn:iLbon,'Wrn PitL;;ibbon,IN G ReYllolds 1" McAnnany ! 
!\ewc"'tll" Henry Ruttan, Henry:'; l , teit/, ,Thoma" \\'an
, ',Jorgan Jellen, 'Hon Z HI , rrnhmJl' I'
 (' 
\IIitll I 
Colborne 1 \\- H t 'on
er, 'John LanglOn, '\V H \Vrighton,'\V Sheridan, Fred I'ergJ:son .F Fergu"on 
'IIOIl1e.. . 'V B .Ian is, l\Jich'l P ElllpPy,:nl'or!.'p Garnett, ,John I:Iliut. James:'; 110\\ nrd Thos Baines 
i Si
ncoe. .,B.W :::
nith,. ,\\-111. ,'.r!n
OIl, \VIII I} l\'IcYi!y, ;JOt
1I :\01c"'-atl, Edmund Lally '.1 Alexander I 
'Niagara, \\ III KlIIgslIlIlI, Ilhvl,ll horhurn, Jos "oodrutl, ,J G 
I
\'('nsoll, U ì\Jardou':pl 
:Gore. . . / E C Thomas, ;:';:lIl1uel Clark, I": H Fr('('lIIan, 'Jarue,,; [)uralld, .fa'! h.irlq",Lrick .J T ( ilki!'fn 
:VVellgton (;eo .I Gr.m;;p, '.Jallles \,\Triqht, IThos S,llInciers, Richarù F Budd, ,\'m Hen-at D f'alllptell 

 UroCll... lame,,; Carrall. larc,' "ï!liug, '\\ , : Lapen
tiere, \\T. I
;.lpl'no,tiere, II (' U;.C\
 irk .J ('arroll I 
fTI!.lbot....l V A RafJelje, ,101m H (rou,,;ð, ,\\ 111:\[" IlsfJn, )Ilch] II I oley, lIenr
' \\ ph!.:er ;\ Geddes t 
,LOnd.On" j JdS 1I,l/nillOlI, \VIII ]'; iII's, ,Juhn B .hl"in, .I R :'tr .th), Jolin 1I.lrris '.I 13 Asl{in 
I lluron... John '1.lcdollalù \VIII 1;11.lli" 11);l.I1iel I.iLar
, David. DJn Geo rrO\
n,Jr J f'lark 
Western. George W Foon Ceo "nll o"

l''''Y
''--.!arne
 Cow
n _J
an E ßal
L-P 
'1r Mulli 
 
DiSTRJCT OFFICERS IN U'PPEtt CANAD-\-(CONTINUED. ) 
: ., Judge of IJis-,Cll'rk of DiS- , 'JlIdgeS and COm- j 'Clerk of Bankrupt Judge of Sur- Rl'gistrar of 
I DlbtriCt. trict Court. trict Court. JIlIS of l3ankr'pt:; Court. rogate ('ourt. Surrogate Court 
I Easter 
: Geo S 
1
 
Jerson ! (
eorgf' S Jar
 l f'harles Pool ;--- G McUonl
 "-Ie\: J\JrLr'an 
'Ottawa.. . . Peter Freel 1.1 \\T 
Jarston Peter Freel I GPor
e D Ree') David l'attee .I \V Marston 
IJohll
!OWIl.. G "allor-h I T 1)<< 'alllpbelllGpor!:[p Malloch \\' 11 Elclerheck l; Malloch J Jessup 
,Bathurst, . . .I G J\1allock C II Sache I J (
 )Jalloch and .I Deacon D McMartin ehas II 
acbe 
" D :\Ic:\Iartin I 
lUalhousie.. . f' Arm.,/ron!:[ ß Rillin!!s, .Ie f'has J Robinson B ßilling
, Jr C Armstrong H Rilling!', Ir 
,Prince l
dw, n L FairfieJ.1 '(' l\Iortimer I) L FairfielrJ Cpcill\lurtimer 
 ""a",hhum S Merrill 
,Midland.. . ,::;rKirkpatn'kl'\Ip\: PrIn/de 
 I" Klrhpatricki
am'l Rowlands G.\I'ulII!IIings I
aac Fra7er 
,Victor ia. . '1"-111 
mart I \V II Ponton I\Villiam 
Ulart \V H ['ontOIl John ß ('row("Wm Bowl'n 
j:'fewcabtle. .1(; i\1 Uo!;well RU Chattertoll,G " Bos\\ell R D Chatterton Thomas \Varll , 1\1 P \\llitehea,' 
If'olhorue . ..IGeorge B. Hall l l'hOS F
rt}<: 1 <: 13 Hall, IT!HJma
 FO
l}'e Geu B Hall 'Thoma
 Forh" 
IHorne . . . . I::; ß HaClI'iOIi 
V :\Jch,enLle ;.., R lIarrI!;on I " l\IcKl'II/.1C ::: B lIarrisùn j\V .I Fitlgerål< 
I:;imcoe.. . .'Jas R Gowan .Iol1'lth'n Lane J R Gowan Jnna,han Lillie .Ias R Gowan 'Jonathan Lam' 
l1'<iagara '" To; f' Campbell J ß Clench IE C l'

up!)ell i\YB \Villt,erholtolll ":arrcil nau
 (:hlls R 
l'eord 
t(;ore . . . . , \Iile" O'Rl'illv l .\nr1r'w 
lIIart, \rell (.III,I
on \ndrew:-<tuart 1 \\.\ Harvey George :Rolph 
I Wellington ' Will n 1'0weÚ '.Tohn f:mith 1 \V I) !'owell IJ
hll SlIIit!l "':111 IJ PL)\
 ell Th?!' _R n
ock 
Brock. . . . n:-; :v!cQueenlRich FOf]lIl'tt [I S McQueen R!chard l'.?flllett \\_ Lapeno/Jere.J (, "ar!
Jtt:rrt 
I'l'albot .. . . Wm Salmon W M Wilson I\V S.llmon ," III )J ,\ Ilson [ \\ III :-alrnon \V!\f ,,\ IlsOII 
,Lond.on... . Ja'"es Givins [ JIIO n ,\shin .James (
ivills ,11 .I A!'
.in Henry Allen II 
J R. ReecbeI 
11111ron. '.' . A Ackland J ('oh-j]11) ' 1 :\ Ackland I \.W Krppen A Ar
.lm
d J Colville .- 
I\Vei;teC!1 ... <\'Ie\ Chew('U "TJIl R \Vood ,.\ Chew('tt I'\.\ m R \\ oor! .I .II. V. I1krusnn hml'!! A
klß 



79' 
, 
I 
Hegistral'" of ('ountie
 in I 
VI' per Caua(la. 


SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CANADIAN AL
IANAC. 


DISTRICT OFFICERS IN l;PPER CAKADA-(COXTINUED.) 


; I Principals of District 

lperin-1 Ri,,trict Pop. 
District. District :3chools. teml't of
clJools., I owns. 1-.t
. 
I F.aster 
 


 \\'II\;\
 curn
v
 l,-t.,)1 See head" Limits of Cfl/wties and Dis-' 
Ottawa . . . I Rev Colin Grigor Thos Hif!!!inson L'Orlgl
al.. -tUIi tricts in Upper Canadå," pp. 51,;');! aml;')3. 
JohlJstown .:Jame8 \\"indeat Richpy \"am.1I BrochHlle.. 
..ll!l 
BatlIur!'t... . I JOhn Brown ,Re
 J Pa
tìeld Perth.... 
Dalhou>:ie. . Rev J Robb lIon II Pmhcy B
 to\\ 1l . ., G,');;-1 
Prince Eòw.'\\' CtJckeli. n A TlIo
 Uonnelly Picton.... I.,')!!!' 
'IidlalHl. . . -: Li
hIJllrne,.L\l John 
traclIau Kiu!!HOU... 11,1I1
 
\ ictoria. .. -\ lex Bunion : \\"111 Hulton PellP,Hlle.. :!,!J
,') 
!'\ewcastle.. R Hud,.pr\h :Bcnj'min Ha
ter Cobourg .... 3,51=
 
Colbornc " .1 Ret"R J C Ta
 lor' Eli-I,. Burnham Peterùoro'... 1,'!J(j 
Home. . . . ,)1 C Cromhie ! II Hllnter Toronto. . . 
,5I}:; 
:-imcoe.. . . Fre.lerich Gore ,/1.\ Clit.ùrd Barrie. . . . 6UlI 
Sialf.lra. .. J \fhitela\\, .\ID J) D' J.:\ erardo 
 iagara . .. 3,lUli 
'Gort' .. . . .,Geo Elm
he I Pal'!. ThorntolJ ,rIalllllton... 9,HIII V,",,.,t'!s of a\J1I to ;j."")() tons may nl\vil!l\tf'1 
1\\"eliington,'E 'I. 
t"\\'art I 
Ic'l. .
lIan,.\ )1 Gnelph,.. . J,(j!1I the \\"ellalld ;lnd :ot. Lawrence ('anals. 
'ßrock . . . . J 
omen'ille I"p
 \\ H Landon \Vood,.tor;k.. 4,/1 Dilit1.ncefrom Lake Erie to :\lontreal, heab 
Talbot.. . . Rev Geo 8almOll Rc\' 
Vm 
Iarke."'illlcoe.. .. J.

I) of '\tl.mtic 8hir Navigation. 3U; milc!'. 
'London.. .IHenj ßavley, ß AI \\ Ilharn EllIOtt ILondon.. .. 4,,,,:1 Tota\ fall from Lake Erie to Tide-water. 
Huron. . . . ,John nåldane John Ri!!nall rGoderich ... I,U3U á6-! leet. I 
\Ve"tern. .. \ f' 
a\\I'r It
eo Dnck, jr 8and\\ ich... I 
A
ricul.tural. Association of Upper (:anada. 
n(,oRPOR
TIo.D BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT. 
H. Ruttan, f:herift' of the Newcastle District. Cobourg, Prf'Sidenf; John \Vetenhall, 1\1. P. p" Kelsùn 
Gore Di
trict, 1st, Vice Pruident ; J. B. Marh
, \Varden of the "lidland District, Kingston, '.l1l4 Vice President ' I 
George Buckland. To
o'Jto, Secrelm y; L!anh of Upper Canada, T,'easurer. The Annual Exhibition take! 
place at King;;toll, on the !irst Tnesday of Beptemhcr, 1'49. 
REVEJ\ UE, &0. . I 
Local Reyenues, U. (:.. appli('d to Local. pn.r)Jo!o( s. anG1 not accounted for in tl1('1 
(,itc'ucral ICc
'cnu
 of tb
 COIOIl). I 
\ l'opu- _ _
Pt2._ _ __ I __
345. _ _ '_ k47. I 
I/,..!t
", ValllufÙm o.t l d.nlfJllllt a} I f a/ulltiolt o.t Amount of ValllatiUlt ot .&mOU1\t ()f I 
.
 ProJl'!.rt1
 ,A
e,' meltts Propertl" AS$eSS1ltents. P
ol!!.r
 A.sses-menÌs. 
L s. D. .L!'. D. .i; n. t:;:: -D. .L s. v. .L s. D, 
Eastern. . . . . . .., a"',11.I1 3,,," I:;(j 1:1 'i 1!H'1 4 4 3";3 I.j I It S' 3179 It 7 41U417 5 0 3271 10 5 
IOtta\\a. . '" . . .. lU,:l-tli b Þ-ï" .t ( 41;:') 1 O! 1í3'.!9ï 15 0 r-<ß1 11 2 I 10U(lUU 0 0 lUt7 H 0 
Johnstown . .. \:J,ï:ll'I -tH:.!I
.! 11 II 3li-l 9 10 -1jli-1I,') 19 7 .')!I:]9 2 10 4--11"9 U 3 I'H7 7 (J 
'ÚatlIur,.t .., .... I :i."
I,:yl '.!:J!}
:;\; () I 'JH'! 7 1, :!!\I)ji":J 7 9 \ 18'>.') 9 1 I 31S1iO.J 111 6 1 3;;7ti 16 7 
,Dalhon
ie ..... 2j,.J7111Ij7
lû 2 l Ihi lï U 2W!!'l,) U U 2I1
.... 1-1 Ii 2.'),)OUO 0 II '.!.r.O 11 II 
.Prince i
d\\;jrll. .. i-.WII :!.J:-;JilU II I 1:!!\7 5 Î 2illl,')9 n 0 1
7:J 10 1 I 29,J:!21 0 0 I<"
" 3 2 
'\lilll.1II j. . . , . 4"'.!11
 1 5
ü'.!lIl 0 ( I oj,;.)!! I 5 :;6116') \I (I \ ã5:U 15 ;j
 -1
\I" 0 0 1 -13\;5 16 I 
.\ïctolia......... 2-U.; 2 112,i
 0 l 1'.,:31.3 9 21G.IU7 0 0 2J-
 H .')& :.!1ifI"JUQ 0 ul 22!J5 12 5 

Lwca"'tle....., 47,1- ,U',:!,.! II , :!1:-71:3 (I: 50'!ll7 1 -11.-' !I; 11} 5n2U ;') 0151110 19 U 
I



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2 

im,'oe. . '" . .... :!:3 Ii. I 17J,');;! (I (I 2')3!) 1,j I .} i lIiO 0 0, 
H.!1 14 lU 

 .agara. . . . . .... 

.

} 
j

;!J I;; I 
-
! 
 G >Î!

I.-1 6 1\) , (j,)
J 1-' 
 5 J
GO 0 (I ãl70 l!i 7 
,bore. . . . . . .' .. J/..JI' .1-1, !II! J.I ( l /lI.,.) I III u.)tf -; .. II .....,hl 19 v Q!I:!\j\:J 0 01 1-1i:J:J F 3 
\VdlinglolJ... .... 41.177 1 2-,1
.1".! I> \ 2",)3 19 
 3U'tIJII 0 0 ;)!J-l 0 3 oj' ::
.:J 0 0' 5ltiU 0 IJ I 
'1Jroek . . .... . .... 1!!I,t:!1 2:1 ',H,') I.') 4 ;JO:-U 10 2 21 !',,)-7 9 1
 2-1111 9 n 3.!:!'i f l() II " I :UIi\J 1 Gi I 
,Talbot. . " .. . .... 1,
,
,II
 I I: i

.:3 9 I Hi ,') Hi 11 I :!:I-II,
? Hi 4 I 
1I;3 3 J

 I 

II
:Jg 0 0 :?5.'J2 10 3 I 
london,. . . . . .... 4'J,,,31> -t'Jr- 
.IU 2 ( tH3 .t 1 I oj
Uh,.! -1 2 .,
rt 10. 0).)1 ,
'" IIJ 2 6:!;4 -1 3 
Huro')...... .... 2U.J,')'1 91120 II I W;H ]:3!J 1:1'I-JI 3 tJ I n:!.') 7 111 I
ÛI8 2 3,211:; 17 5 
Western. . ... . .. I 2tj.-t7! 
1 39
711 
 
 Ij 9 
l II 
 2
Ut 
 J!J:l:!"
 0 0 \ :!:J1O 6 3 \ 
Totals..... .. . 72 1,1-t.I'(j'"3."J337 10 (,:;777-1 
 JI..I
 7,..t 7 1 
 7'.!"1l 10 ;; 
3;;;;.!7t 7 2 ;'1173 
7i 


Local AJl('ut!io for Cro" n 
Lands. 
Joseph '\ïlson, 8
lt 8te. Marie. I 
George Jackson, Northern Division o
 
(h
ell'io ðOUlid :;:ettlcment, Huron. I 
G or!!e 
nider, :Southern Division 01' 
0\\ ell';; ::;ound 
ettlelllellt, Huron. 


DISTRICTi'. 


Gross Ue,,"cnue and I
xpeuditllre of (:anada, 184.2 to 18-17. 
RF.\"F.NTF.. 
I 

j;!. _ .--:
 I 1dl. I 
wt''). _I-
I

I 
f'On
0IÎllatedFlln<j l "nl':1(j111 Q'_-n,1I171!J 3 t6
;}11-111 " , "'l.!Jtl3 5 tì
'lIìJ,G:J11910 I nti.lU 12 
Incidental Fund.. !3IJ,7"'O 1:! 
 (jJ(j,17
 \ì-I:3,I.)o)!J !J 1I" I J6'1."3
 1 1
:;,2.'J'" 17 (j: 
lj:J,7,H 15 9 
Totai Revenue, L II;.'),IH 4 :!J-!,;;,l!Jû 9 3.11,1O
,I;H 3 7..!").3,!J39 18 7ð 6-!4,!J:J3 17 4Jìl9,
!l5 1611 I 
I I::\.PE:Io DITUR.I:. I 
Civil List,Scheù. A .J;'),3:l0 11 ; , '5.?37 11 !I 4,')..i:!\) 11 -t I ..
,2:J
 10 9
1 50,<;'!!'J B 0 41,7.12 2 2 I 
.. .. EI, 29,tlli 7 7 :?!J,-.')(j 17 7 21,GJ7 9 1 2/,llIl 10 3 :!G,21ì0 4 0 27,52... 18 2 I 
1___1_______ , 
Total ulJdcr ("nion' I I 1 
.\ct, and 9 \ iC"j 
cap.61,.. . , .L, il,."i6ti 19 2 7:;,69-1 I'.! 4 70.16
 O.j 75,3:
'i 1 O
 7ï,lã3 2 0 (j'l.271 0 4 
l\1iseellanoous.. . .,101,737 12 9 Itifl;'),1ï4 1.3 .')
 ,'6.-tet 6 3 ><30,1->0 17 7 j '!J2,;-10 .) 5
 616,;,-'8 1 2 I 
:'1'01:" 1 E xpelJdit'e Arn;:;ïë.tïill
 _
 _!J
.57268

 
375ã 716.õ59ïØ 
 



80 


SCOBIE & BALFOUR'S CANADIAN ALMAN -\C. 


Debt and Liabilities of Canada, on 1he 1st January, 1848. 
In England tlf'arinfS int
re!'t at. 5 per cent. up to 1st. March, If'48, hy Dcbenturcs, cxclusi\'c of 
Uuaranteed LDan. . . . . . . ." . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . .t:1,CfF 375 7 
 
Of this I'um .(30,UIIU hears (j per cent. intcre
t.-[Flee particulars hclow.l ' 
In ("ana,la, viz.. in U. ('. nebentures al1li DPI)f'ntures of Canada. . . . . . . . . ., . . . . .. . . 403,23'2 3 14 
By r"per Canada Uf'benlUres arc IIIHler!:tood tl111!'e issued helore the UlIitm under Actl'ofL. C. J.c!!islature. 
I Bv Canada Delwnturcs arc understooò those issuccl sinct: t.he Ul/iOll under Act" of the UnHed l
egislatllrc. 
Provincia.1 Uebcutnres, ",:wer Cilnafla. ve!it{'d in Trustees for wor"s, the interest only being guaranteed by tllC 
! PrR1'tnre. :Hld all paY"lg ('
cept fhe tn 0 firH : 
;('hamhly Omal.. .. . .. . . ., . . .. . ,.t::}'í,UIIU This is guaranteed hy Con-mment, and due in part 1
. 
I TurnPikP Trusts. Quel,pc. . .. . . . . ., 3:J,>'.'50-Lli..",f50 IntPrest at 6 per cent. 
"ongeuell ami Chambly Tw!!t....... I.'),UIIII } 
.H,arl.Jo
lr, M?ntreal. . . . . . . . . . . ... .. !1
.!I'l;' Interest paid by Commissioners. 
1 urJIplke 'I rust, 
tontreal. . .. . .., ., 4/,OUO I 
;(2'.!I,í7S Old Exchange Account. . . . . . . . . . .t:46,IG3 IS 2 
New F:nglish Loan, f:1te.rlin!i, Ll,
li3,l'IiO 
qual $ a
 41'. lir!. Ll.514,.,)21 2 :1 I Intem;:t at 4 per cent.] 
TI1f' t )fficml aCCOIln1!' of this f-oan are maùe III .t: sterling at Ll 4s. 4(1. Currency, "lIich gives tile currencY I 
equnl to Ll,II,')'",3"'!I ]38. -Id. 

 
jSchc.lnlc of Canada Dclwnturcs in $terlin;r Outs1an(1in
 and Payable in 
I EI1IrCand, 4th ]'fla.rell, 1S4S. 
I Acts of tile I I 
, l.e!!i8Iature. 
ervice. ,Slims 
terling. Total 
terling. 
I ------ 
I I L !'. D. L s. P. 
I "om. -I cll, 2.'1 To cancd part of Puhlic Debt.. . . . ., . ... . . (J] 20U,OOO 0 U 
;j U .. :':;1" ,," "and 
I !'undry Puhlic ""orks......:. , . . . . ... . . .[2] 400,000 0 C 
i 
6 ,!?m
 lIistrict 
oads. .. . . . . . . 3 ) 
,
fI()) -: () U,........... 
7 f'1 KIIl

toll and ;I; ap1!uí'C Ronr!. . . '
".)IIO I c:: U II............ 
7 !)o! Wellalld ('anal. . . . . . . ... . .. '74. t.ill .... (I C....,...... 
7 4
 Halllilton and Br:mtford RoacJ. . ':!i. ,")!) 
 II 0........... Rede('mallie in 
7 ,9l1ulldas a 1111 "",lIedoo. . , .. . . !

.,')(lO 
:.: U 0,........... 
, 6fiRi1'pr TrPlit }iJ
il:ation..... .,:!
,UIIII I 
 0 li[3J
r
,(i.í() 0 II fl] 1".í
...f
f)O."OO 0 ( 
I!" !-UJohnstonn Ih,.:tr\l'tRoalls....ll.OIlO 
 II 0........... "] 
 ' 
I _ , 
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u('cnston anll (
cirr
,.:hy Roa(h\
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:: 
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cc Na'''
:ltl{)n.. .. .. r-"'OUU J 
 U ();.. _'_'':):'' :.... 

J ]'-.')-'.. -I.í.,}\lU II II 
31\\ellanoltaliaINock...................,-11,..,...) ( 
.JJ H'W.. 7ì,,:!.í !- 
9" (jjj PuLlic V\.' orks. . . ... . . . . . . . . 1 ' . . ... . . . . . f
l 1
:
gg 
 t5] k(jjj.. lil,Boo Ó 
/ Tot:d. . . ....... ........... *].U98.3í5 7 LI.II!I!:'.3í.3 7 & 
l AD Abstract of the Gross ße,-eJnle of the Pro,'il1ce of Cunada. in the Year", 
and Quarters eluh'd 5tb JuI)', 184'7, and 5.11. .}uly, 1848, 

"f>u'ill
 tile Increasc and Decrease 1bf'reof. 


*Thes(' e"clll
ive of the 
!;Ilarallleed Loan. 
'I'he mte of illlerf't<t on 
(he
tI i" ;; per Cf'lIt., with 
thl' eXl'cption of the la!'t 
;(:10,000, which is li lJer 
cellt. 


QTTARTERS ]
:NnED 1 1 Yearen;Jecl 
I. ' I July 5, 1
1. 
Oct.]O,If'-1(j. Jan. 5, ]1:'.17. .\pl;', If-.t7. / JIlIY 5, ]
4ì.11 
--!-- I 
L !O. D. J; s. D L s. D, L !'. II'1i L !'. D. 
*Cusfoms. ....... '" ............. 12121ì.t 2 (I 9
;)"6 4 ;; I "Ii'" I 8 ;, WIJfi6 16 1I:139Utí!I" It !I 
tE
cise... . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . " . . 3'2'i"> 3 (I 2!1ß4](I 
 I
!I:} 13 1 fI'-(íO 12 :.., ! 
!J:ll-f; 1,., 
 
;-l'uhlic \Vorks .... . . .. , . . . , . . . . ., . . 1!II"'í 2 !I ltö!Jí.í]2 Ii f.í
f1 1!J 11 311.7:} 4 5i ,37.,)(; IH 7 
\ì'l'errilOrial.. .. ... . .. . ... . . . . . . .. . . lUI3 11 10 p",:}" ],í 411,Wt'I 1 U 1;),1!1 10 ('If :!.JOUII 11-- 
 
liBan" Impost".... . . .., . .. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . í7JO 9 (, , . . ,\107 18 E:I 1.3'il
 7 
 
· Light House anò Tonnage Duty, Canada I 
We!'t.. .. .... . .. ... .. . .. . .. .. il 11 (I 40 2 C 4 11 f l 714 1 1 P30 5 111 
,**Fines and Forfeiture!'.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.;!) (I (I 
7:f J.J !I l1:!Î 10 1 4í2 13 !J' 
!I:J2 W 7 

nIiscenaneow!!.. .., ...... ...... 511; 3 11 1U
2 17 11 4UO fI :! 

i 2!19.1 
, 
I 'T'''t:'ll OnHnary Rf'\'('nue. .. . . L (J.í77

 I.J Ii I:)'!II
) Ii .J! i"'c;
I; 12 ,'i :.!1:17 HI f\ ! ".,4(1
!J 0 01 
! QUARTER
 E
})ED , Ycar('w!pd \1 \,r.cndc.lJuly.\If<I'-' " Qr. el1flf'r..IJuly5.1--1
 ., 
I -- July:;, 1.1tJ,' I I I 
Oct. 1
, lSlí .Ian, 5, lct
T\pl S,IH'
' I July 5, l
'''':. __I.

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,::,:, 
::::'" 
I J; s. II .t: s. D,I J; !'. p. 1 J; s. n. 1i J; s. n.I, ,C s. D. L s. D. L s. Ð. J; s. D.I 
*1-1407':; HI t !J c M212 !/'1Illí210 !l 1 12:!.J!J-t .3 J/I':!J.íI;';11'< í 41(;6 jj 10 '" .... 
:)
t-:72 111lt, 
U17U 19 P ;"WI II 4 W!lS\ IQ (I f-U;,ti 111 fô 'l! 3Ut fI II' , 2S 9 f I 1:?lIl I f' 
t2611;JI 6 I- lQ
 II I" If,I "'13
 ].') f' 2.Jtifll 11 !JI, 7ni!l!) 12 )J I 2
H1 13 4 I li9:-l 12 f I 

11:!.., 1:) 2ÛII!I 3 J I i719 11 í .JJtj I'! "I 
li!lj.t 0 ,í 
Ijjl 2:J . . . I )],12 II P4 
II. . . bù!J" 8 Ii . . . (jjj19 1 ã: H41ï U U I . . . I 9üU 17 U ]2N:1 1/ 3! 
-;92 19 6:) 19 0 !)., 4 6 71R 2 1] I fI';O 5 1111 }.to 0 1 . . . 4 1 Hli . . . I 
**5
U li 4 2.í!\ 9 01 4;)'í 3 3 33,) 1Ii 31 1Ii30 I.J ]() 13(;:! 3 !J 1 .... 136 J7 6. 
I t'7:l.íO 12:J li:!:l 9 lI i l l3Û U ., 11'1" 9 \II I ItJí;$fI Ii ] í,:1,í 4. , . IH 0 I, . . . I 

"7I: '-;;;14 í;

 f'9]!-I ;;'lfi47(jfl 10 111
17F ''>í1F< p 10 ',!'1!?8 11 2
mïtï 
1;7 



SCOBIE & B.ALFOUR'
 CA
.\DIAK AL1\IAXAC. 


81 


Schedule of Canadu Debeuturt'l!o in Pro' iucial Currcnc}', 
!!jllcwtng tile .lmoll1l( Outstll1ldillg, tile Rate "I Inttl'c.(, al/d the .Alltot.nt Pust Due, Oil tile 4th .1Jarclt, 1St.
. 


(Jlld

S
:'f.t Ac\ DESCRll'TIO"i. 
uUrl:

I:,I
. Total C'y !i


 I Past due. g j f. 
---I-----L
 --:;;
 <lì'CI I L
 r';
 

 
2 \Vm. 4. ch. 
. Burlin;;ton Bay ("anal 
 3" 00 0 0 :.: '-' <:.> .. - 52 _ - 
.. . l' d }..... U ......... ..., .........c::
 

 II 19: d
'. . . .. I.,Ou 0 0 ........ . . . .1. . . , . . .. 
 <= 
 
 
:zGeo.4, Jt.L 110 .. '1 t()(J(J (10 6,)30 00 li I (j,jllO (} U f;
; 
<4 

.. J:-'.hCltleCree"narLour....... 1 3roù 00 ......... .... 3OUO 0 O
':.
:: 25'
 
1 \VIll. 4, 
Ii. do. . . . . . .. :l.)UU 0 0 .);jùO U 0 6 . . . .. . . . 
 
>ã> 
1 II 
). Oakvillt' Harbour. . . ... . . . ..... . ., 
;jllO 0 0 6 2:mO 0 0::: t': - ...., ð 
 
I" 1i..RoadsalldBridge
......... ........ :!OûOU 00 G........ -d'c

Q 'õ,2 
! II 2.'1' POrt Hope lLuLour amI Wharf, . . . ... .. :!UlIO 0 0 

 I 
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