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The year 5619 of the .Jewish Era com. Sept. 19th ...... 18;)8 1 The 2
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The year 1:!i5 ofthe)lahom. Era com. Aug.22nd...... 1858 The 8
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EASTER SUNDAy......... ............... ..................... April 4 
Iicbaelml\s Day........................... ......... ......... Sept. 29 
St. George. .................................................... April 23 Birth of Prince ofWnles ................................. Nov. 9 
Holy Thursday............................................. May 13 St. Andrews................................................... Nov. 30 


Explanation of tlle Articles in the Calellda
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These pages are calculated for Toronto and Quebec, and for ordinary purposes will serve with suffici"nt accuracy for 
every city III Canada. 

loo
's rHASES.-This Table gives the times for the two meridians when the moon passes tbe geocentric longitudes 
of 0 0 , 90 0 . 180 0 and 2ïO o east of the sun. It givell 111so the times of her grtJatest and least distance from the earth. 
TWiLIGHT.-In this table are given the times at which twilight b"gins In the morning and ends in the evening, 1. e., 
the times when the sun's centre is 18 0 below the horizon. . 
GREATEST ELONGnIO
 OF THR POLE STAR.-This column gives the greatest azimuth of the Pole Sbr east or west frOIn 
the meridian as observed at a place In latitnde 45 0 . When the greatest elongation .'orrel'iponding to any other latitude 
ig required, the number gIven in the column should be corrected by means of the fçllowing table. 


0 0 0 0 0 47 I' 0 
Degrees of Latitude ...... 42 43 44 45 46 48 49 50 
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1st Correction for degrees -558 -4 Õ -2 Õ o 0 +2 l
 +432 +6 5U +9 34 +l
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2nd Correction for each /I /I /I "I /I /.. "I " 
minute of latitude...... + 1.\:1 + 2.0 + 2.1 + 2.2 + 2.3 + 2.5 + 2.6 + 2.71 


The Ist correction for the degree!! oflatltude is tQ be subtracted from the greatest elongation given in the calendar, 
or added to it, according as the degrees oflatitude are lells or greater than 45 0 . 
The 2nd correction, which is always addative, is found by multiplying the number given in the third Une of the 
table by the number of mInutes in the latitude. _ 
Thus for latitude 43 0 20'...lst correction=-4' 5" 2nd cor. + 2.0X20=+40" 
" 47 0 40'... " + 41'32" "+ 2.5X40=1'401'1 
" 45 0 10'..." + 0' 0" + 2.2XIO=0'221'1 
THE Pu:"1ETs.-The times of rising and setting of the five chief planets are calcnlated for Toronto, and are correctei! 
for refraction. The times of culmination, although computed for the meridian of'roronto, will serve approxImately for 
the whole of Canada. Tne meridian zenith distances, being designed merely to aId in finding the planets, have been 
given only to the nearest tenth of a degree, as seen from the latitude of Toronto. 
When the planetary day is shorter than the mean solar day, and commences soon after the midnight of the 
preceding day, the planet will sometimes arrIve a second time on the meridian before the expiration of the actual civil 
day. }t'rom analogous causes a planet will sometimes rise twic90r set twice in the S"LIDe civil day. When two culmina- 
tions occur in the same day, or two risings or settings, the times of both are registered. 
The times of the SUN'S RISING AND SETTING are given tor the upper limb, and are corrected for reft"action both (Ol 
. Toronto and Quebec. 
The }looN's RISING is given from full to change, and her setting from chalU!e to full. 
The l\Ioo:s'8 :MERlDIAN ZENITH DISTANCES are given to the nearest tenth of a degree for Toronto. They are nol 
corrected for parallax: I \r refraction. 
The column Buy OY lliRlDLL'l gives the time that a watch should shew when the shadow of a sun dial i!! on thl 
nOon mark. 
DECLINATION OF TIrE SUY AT ApP.
REYT NOOY.-Thls column gives the sun's declination at the Instsnt he p!!J!Se9 thl 
meridian of Toronto. 
!loON's AGE.-This column shews to the nearest tenth ofa day the :Uoon's age at Toronto Noon. 
'l'he-oblumn, !oIOON o
 THE MERIDIAN, gives the mean time at which the moon's centre passes the meridian of Toronto 
Th'3 column, UPPER TR.1J'\'HIT OF POLE :5TAR shews for every d:.\y the mean time at which the Pole Stltr makes its uppe 
transit across the meridian of Toronto. It passes in the morning from April 8th to October 8th, and in the evening fOJ 
the rest of the year. 
The five last columns, although computed for Toronto, will serve with Sl1fficient aCcur8f'Y for the whole of Cllnad.s. 
v"- The time at which the lower tran
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From the tIme of the upper transit of the pole star may be found the time of its greatest western or eastern elonga 
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From the times of the upper tranliit of the Pole Star may be derived, with the aId of the following tahle. tbo times of 
culmination, and of the ri!iing and setting of the principal fixed stars tbat appear above the hori.wn of Toronto. 


Star Table. 
To ascertain when any star found In the following table will be on the meridian, add the nnmber In the left-hand 
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For the setting ofa St.-u, add thIJ same number to the time oflts meridian passage. Those litars marked (......) re\olve 
in a circle of perpetual apparition, and do not rise or set at Toronto, or at places to the north of Toronto. 


I On Rises ' I NAME OF ST\R. On I Ri!'e!l 
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a Andromedæ ......... ............ 22 50 8 3 y' Leonis.............................. {) 8 7 2
 
"'I Pegasi (-\.lgenib) ...............1 23 5:> 6 56 a Drsæ Mujoris.....,............... 9 46 ...... 
a Cassiopeæ ...... ......... ......... :23 21 ...... ß Leonis.............................. 10 33 Ü 59 
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ß Arietis.............. ............... 0 40 7 21 1] Ursæ Jl:1joris ..................... 12 33 ...... 
a Arietis...... ...........,............ 0 52 7 33 a Bootis (Arcturus) ......... ...... 13 0 ';' 20 
a Ceti ................................. 147 612 ß Ursæ)linoris.....,...............13 42 ...... 
a Persei .................. ............ 2 7 ...... ß Libræ ..............,............... 14 0 5 25 
a Taùri (Aldebaran)...........,... 3 20 7 5 a Coronæ Borealis.................. 14 19 'j' 57 
a Aurigæ (Capella) ............... 3 58 11 1;j a Serpentis........................... 14 28 6 24 
ß Orionis (Rigel) .................. 4 0 5 27 ß'Scorpii ...........................14 48 4 40 
ß Tauri ...................... ......... 4 9 8 4 a Scorpii (Antares) ... ............ 15 11 4 7 
Õ Orionis ........................ ''' 1 4 17 5 57 a IIercuJis ....,.... ......... ......... 15 58 6 56 
f Orionis ........................... 4 21 5 54 ß Draconis ........ ...... ............ 16 17 ...... 
a Columbæ........................... 4 27 3 18 "'I Draconis ........................... 16 43 ...... 
a Orionis ........................... 4 40 6 26 a Lyræ (Vega) ..................... 17 2
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a Canis l\Iajoris (Sirius) ........, 5 81 4 53 a AquiIæ (Altair) .................. 18 27 6 32 
E Canis J1ajoris..................... 5 45 3 53 a C)'gni ..............................18 34 ...... 
a 2 Geminor (Castor) ............... 6 17 8 27' a Cephei........................ .....20 5 10 43 
a Canis Minoris (Procyon)..... 6 24 6 20 ß Aquarii ...........................20 14 5 35 
ß Geminor (Pollux) ............... 6 28 8 3 a Aquarii ........................... 
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a Hyùræ ..................... ......... 8 12 5 28 a Pis. Aus. (Fomalhaut) ......... 21 39 3 43 
a Leonis (Rcgulua) ............... 8 52 6 4!) a Pegasi C\:{iukab) ...............:H 47' 6 55 


NA)IE OF STAR. 


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The numbers given in this table represent the wIdth of the Illuminated portion of the Disc measured along the 
diameter that dhides the illuminated portion symmetrically-the apparent diameters being considered as nnity. 


1858. I Yenus. I lIlars. 1/ 1858. "Venus. 
larB. 
.January 15. o '98-1 0'90-1, July 15. 0'800 0'890 
February U. o '99S 0'900 August 15. O'iOO 0'855 
I1larch 15. 0'9:..8 0'915 September 15. o '5i8 0'848 
April 15. 0'9"0 0'962 October 15. o '4:!6 0'856 
May 15. o '9-13 1 '000 November 15. 0'195 0'873 
June 15. 0'881 0'005 December 15. 0'001 0'894 


Eclipses. 
In the year 1858 there will be two Eclipses of the Sun, and two of the lIlOOD. 
I.-A partial Eclipse of the ::IIoon, }'eb. 2i, visible in Dritisb North America. 
1I,-An annular Eclipse of the Sun, ::IIarch 14-15, visible (as a partial one) throughout Bdtish Xorth America. 
lII.-A partial Eclipse of the :.\loon, Aug, 23-24, invisible in Canada. 
IV.-Ä Total Eclipse of the Sun, Sept. 6-7, invisible in Canada. 


I.-PARTIAL ECLIPSE OF THE :\Iomr, FEB. Zl. 
ThO) magnitude of the Eclipse win be 0.333 on the southern limb (the Moon's diameter being =1). 
The middle of the Fclipse occurs at 10h. 13.600. Greenwich mean time, anù before the :\Ioon rise!! in B1'itil'h North 
America, Hcnce when the l\Ioon rises its obscuration will be decreasing. The last contact of the shadow will be se
n 
at a point on the}loon's disc Hi o W. from its northern poInt. 
The following Table shows the hour and minute, mean local time, at which the end of the Eclipse takes place at 
different stations. 
STATIONS . ................. I -.!.!al
fax. _ I Quebec. 
Time of last contact h. m. h. 00. 
with shadow......... 7 2,6 7 32.,1, 


],[ontreal. I KingSfnn:. _ 1 
h. m. h. m. 
6 22.6 6 11.1 


TQTonto. 
h. m. 
fi 59.1 


I London. I 

- 
5 52.0 


Detroit. 
h. m. 
:; 45.1 


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II.-AxXLL.\R ECLIPSE OF TIIE Sm., )!AncH 14-15. 

 Thl' lJiaorflms ,'n tlte margin exhillit till' magnitud
ç 'if tile phases at sunrise, as san 
fr.m. the sCl'eral swtion$, together -with theil' positions relalire to the IlOrizon. 



 This E,'lipse will be yi<ible either as an annular or a!l a partial onrl throughout 
"'; Europe, in IJarts of We
tern Asi:\ :md North Western Africa, aud throu;;h a large 
(:) portion of Xorth amI 80uth Am
rica. 

 The annular E('lip
e will be yi
ihl(' in En!!hnd at all the points situated on a line 
I:G e"'{tendin
 f!"Om Bridport to) the Wa
h. It will be visible also in parts of 
orway, 
(:) Swedtm, finti a 8mall portion of Xorth \, estern UU8>ia. 
::::: The annulus 
ill be of an extremply small widt.h. and "ill vanish, and thus render 
the eclipse tot'll, when yie"l>d from a point near the bland of :llmll.ira. 
Throu;rhout Canada the Sun, on March 15, will rise partially eclipsed; bat at 
I1alifs'!: the first contact will take place after sunrise. At Quebec and Montreal the 
obscuration at sunrise will be increasing; but at Kingston, Toronto, and places further 
west, the obscuration will be diminishing. 
The pObition of the point of contact or of any phal'e Is defined by the a
le made 
with the declination circle throu
h the Sun's contre by the radius of the disc drawn to 
t he point of contact, or the radius that bisects the obscured portion. 


The Ð;lipst, as seen from a point in Lat. 44 0 .w' N. and Long. 4h. 14m. 24s. Tv., in or 
near Halifax.. 


'First Contact, 
Iarch 15th... fih, 26m. 57s. A. 
I., position S. 2i3.20W. 
Ureatcst ob
curation ......... ih.27m. 2s. A. 
1., " S. 29.0 0 F:. lIlagnitudoO..t38.. 
Last Contact..................... 8h. 21m. 59s. A. 1\-1., " S. 90.00 E. 
* The diamett>r of the Sun being 1. 


The Ð;lipsefrom a pmnt in Lat. 46"29.2' N. and Lang. 4h. 44m. 48s., in or near Quebec. 


.
 


PIm,se at 8unrise.,............. 0.18..................... position S. 15.i o W. (ollscuration in!',) 
Oreatest ob
curation ......... 6h. Mm. Os. A. M., .. S. 2\1.0 0 E, 1\-L'l.gnitude O.ni. 
Ll1St Contact..................... 7h, 5Um, 50s. A. M., S. 86.5 0 E. 


The Eclipsefrom apoint in Lat. 45"30' lY. and Lcmg. 4h. Mm. 24s., in or near Mcmtrrol. 


J'haFe at Sunri
e ............... 0.30 ...... ...... ......... position S. 5.8 0 W. (ob!!curation inc,) 
Grcate"t obscuration ......... fih, 42m. Os. A. M... " S. 20.0 0 E. Magnitude 0,426. 
Last Contact......,...........,.. ih. 37m. 7s. A. M... " S. 86,0 0 B. 


The Eclipsefrom a pmnt in Lat. 4.JP12' S. and Lang. 511, 6m. 8s., in or near Kingston. 


Phase at Sunrise ........,...... 0.,1.1 ..................... position S. 6.6 0 E. (obs. diminishing.) 
Last Contact..................... 7h. 21m. 128, A. M. " S, 86.0 0 E. 


The Ð;lipsefl-om apmnt in Lat, 43"39.1' and Lang 5h.17m. 30s., in or near Toronto. 


Phase fit SunritJe ............... 0.43..................... position S. 3:2.7 0 E. (obs.diminishing.) 
Last Contact...... ............... 7h. 700. 423. A. M.... .. S. 813.Uo E. 



 
(:) Tl,t Eclipse from a pnint in Lat. 43"1.5' and Long. 21t. 25m, 12s., in or near London. 
t..1 
..... Phase at Sunrise ..,............ 0.42 ...... ............... po
ition S. 47.3 0 E. (obs. diminishing.) 

 Last Contact..,.................. 6h. 5&00. 9s. A. ,1.... " S. 86.0 0 E. 
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The Ð;lipse from a point in Lat. 43 0 21.5' and Long 5h. 32m 6s., in or near Detrmt, C: S. 


Pha!lc at Sunrise ...,.. .......,. 0.38 ..................... position S. 60.3 0 E. Cobs. lliminishlng.) 
Last Contact..................... fih. 4!Jm. 39s, A. M.. .. S, 86.2 0 E. 


PROVINCIAL OnSERV ATORY, TORONTO. 


Latitude, 4.'3 0 . 39'.4 North. Longitude, 79 0 . 23'.8 West, or 5 hours, lí minutl's,33 seconds Slow of Greenwich Time. 
Elevation above Lake OiItario, 108 feet. ApproAimate Elevation nl>oye the Sell, 3!
 feet. 
The Provincial Ob<>eryatory is now attached to the Unh crslt.y of Toronto, and is in the chargl) of Prof. Kl
GSTOY, and 
three Assistauts. 


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UARY, 1858. 


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É T orooto.1 Qoobec. .1 
wili9'" "'g. or mds.! 
emidi.m.1 - - - 
:Moo
's PHASES. Pole Star. 
- g;., 1oronto.1 Quebec. - I '0 t t 
I -:;! I rea e
 
h m l
 m .:::. Heg. End. lieg;. Eud. Sun 
Ioon Polar Elonga 
(j Last Quarter...... 6 ; 29 pm 8 02 pm IA. M. P. 1>1. A. 111. P. M. distance Lat. 4.)C 
. N
w Moon......... 15 0 15 am 0 47 am -1- -,- - -- ----!----. 
First (
uarter...... 2
 11 39 am 0 12 pm ,h t7i h m
h 111 h m I /I I /I 0 I /I!o I II 
Full :Moon ......... 2fl 3 54 fUn 4 26 aID 1'5 50 () 17'5 55 6 13'16 U' l(j 181 26 
ii
 02 If) 
(( Apogee ... ......... 1{1 3.4 pm 3.9 pm 11 5 50 6 26'':> 54 [j 22:16 18 t4 46 1 
6 2fi;2 02 15 
(( Perigee ... ........ 2t; 3.6 pm 4. 1 pm 21 5 46 6 37,5 50 ß 34 16 17 L5 551 2H 2öl2 02 15 


The P1nllcts. 


.JA
UARY 1ST. 


.JANUARY 11TH. 


.JAXUARY 21sT. 


N 


DIEOIi' o I '1". On Mer. 
PLA:iET. Rises, Sets. '1 .,
i' Zen, Rises. Sets. ,lel'idi'D Z
'D. 
. ell n dist. , dlst. 
h m 
 h;: o-
 
 
 ---0- 
Venus ... ...... 636 a 330p 11 03 a/60 9' 6 52 u 345 1 1119 a 37 U 
}Iars.. ........, 128 a 025p 6 57 a 52 4 1 1 Ü u t1 59 a 6 38 0 >4 2 
Jupiter..... '" o 41p 225 a 7 31p ;31 2' 001p 147 a 6 52 J n 1 
Saturn .. n. '" 5 37p 838 a 11oo1226454P 7550 o '27 11 22 4 
Uranus..... n. 129p 411a 848p24 71 048p 3310 8 08) 
4 7 


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Sets. \I .
.. Zen. 
. en 1 u di
r. 


I Rises. 


,-';-;;; -,;-;;: 
;() 
7 02 a 4 0,) ]I 11 34 a 65 c, 
103 a 11 33 a 618 a'5ü ( 
11 23 a 1 11 a 6 15 P 30 
, 
411 P 714 all 40 P 22 2 
o O
 p 2 50 a 7 28 p 24 '; 
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 TORONTO. QUEBEC. UPPER AXD LOWER CAXADA. 

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c Weok. "2 
un 
un'R <I'IJ 
Io(ln I Upper 
Þ-. >> 
Ull I :Sun 
IOOD <r JH. ::'un 
un )loon on DecliuatioD Age on Tran
it of 
A f5. Hi8es. Sets. Rises. Z. D. Rises. Sets. Rises.:. 
Iel'idian. Xoon. S. :>íoon. 
ferid. l)r:>le Stal' 
h 7n h 7Il h 7lI 0 h 7Il h 'In h 7Il h m sOIl/days h m 1 h m 
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3 SUNDAY. 37 351 3;) 9 1-; 30 27 454 24 9 1312 4 5322 48 4118.2 3 Ii 6 14 C 
4 :\Ionday .. 47 344 3610 2736 47 45 -1 2;) 10 2G 12 5 2] :22 42 2H 19. 2 4 41 (j 10 3 
5 'l'ues lay .. 5 7 34 4 37 11 34 42 7 7 45 4 26 11 3ü 1
 5 48 
2 35 4f1 1 :!0' 2 4 4i 6 6 0;- 
6 Wednesday {; 7 344 381\<Iorn 48 0 ï 45,4 2ï )Iorn 12 6 14 
2 28 41 :n. 2 5 2
' 6 2 H 
; Thursday. í ï 34,4 39 3954 77 4':; -1 2V 4..1 12 () 40 
2 21 8 
2. 2 (j 10 1 5 58 13 
8 Friùny . .. 87 31 / 1 40 1 45 5
 97 44 1 4 30 1 5
 12 7 6 
2 13 8 
3. 2 6 53 5 54 16 
9 
atUl'day.. 97 34!4 41 2 50 G4 57 44 -1 31 3 012 7 31:2
 4 41 
4. 2 7 3G / 5 50 20 
10 SUNDAY. . 10 7 3414 4
 3 55 1 G8 1 7 44,4 32 4 812 7 5521 5;) 49 :25. 2 8 23 5 40 23 
11 Uonday. . . 11 7 33 1 -1 43 4 5870 77 431'1 33 5 1:312 8 Hi 21 46 3026. 2 
 11 1 5 42 26 
12 1 fuef'day . .127 334 44 5 5G 72 07 434 34 0 14 12 8 4221 36 4ü 27.:!]0 2 5 38 2
1 
13 Wednestlay 137 324 4.3 6 4071 8 7 4
11 36 7 G 12 9 5:n 26 3828.210 54 5 34 32 
14 rhm-sday. .147 324: 4i j Sets 70 2 ï 42 1 4 37,Sets. 12 9 27:H 16 429.211 47 \ 5 30 36 
15 Friùay . . . 157 31 -1 49 5 12 G7 27 41,4 39 Õ 012 9 4821 5 5 0.5 Ev.38 5 26 3[1 
16 Sat1ll'day. .lG7 3(14 50 1 6 20G3 07 40 , ,-140 61112 10 
J:W 5343 1.5 1 2fj l 5 2
 4:! 
Ii SUNDAY. . Ii 7 2Çq 51 7 32:); 87 404 41 7 251
 10 2020 41 57 2.5 2 13 5 18 45 
18 )londay . . 187 204 52 8 41 :)1 07 394 43 8 3
 12 10 4
 20 2!} 47 3.5 2 58 5 1<1 4ft 
19 Tuesday. .19729 1 4 53j 
 5215 57 38444 95112 11 720 Ii 15 4.5 34215 1052 
20 We,lne
day :W 7 284: 54 11 023a û ï 3714 45/11 4 12 11 25 
o 4 1 U 5.5 4 26, 5 6 65 
21 Thursday. 217284 5;>,:\Iorn:32 57 37,1 46 j :\Iorn 12 11 4
 1951 1 6.ú 5 13 1 5 2 58 
22 Fri lay. . .227 274 5i l 0 Ii 26 57 364 48 0 2212 11 5819 37 21 7.5 6 3 4 59 :.! 
23 Saturdry. .237 211 4 58 1 3421 37 35' 1 4 4fl 1 44. 12 12 1319 23 20 8.5 6 57 4 55 5 
24 SUNDAY. . :!4 7 2':> 4 5!} 1 2 5,1 17 47 34 -1 50 3 i 12 12 2819 8 56 H. Ú 7 56 4 51 8 
2f) )Ionday .."257 2.1;) 1 4 14 t5 47 334 52, 4 2!112 12 4218 54 1210.5 8 59 4 47 12 
2(ì Tuesday.. :!Ü7 235 3,52(;15 57 324 54 1 54312 125418 3:) 711.510 5 443 15 
27 Wednesday 277 225 4 ' 6 2ï 17 77 31/4 55 1 6 4312 13 618 23 4
 12. G 11 8 4 39 18 
28 Thursday. . 2f' 7 21.j Ú 1 lUses ï 30 1 1 51i,Rises 12 13 1818 7 57 1 13.5l\lorn . 4 35 21 
2
 Friday . .. 207 20.3 6 5 3321 87 2!H 57 5 2.112 13 
8 17 51 54 14. 5 8 4 31 
[) 
30 Saturùay. .307 19.) 8; 6 5227 27 28' 1 4 Ú!)I 6 41; 12 13 3817 3:3 30115.5 1 2 4. 27 2
' 
31 SUND.\Y. .317 185 ]0 8 5/33 47 275 1,8 312 13 4717 18 47116.5 ] 52 4 23 31 
Monthly mean Temperi.ture, aycrage of 17 years, 23 0 83. Mean Velocity of the Wind, averac:e 
of 9 years, 7.25 miles. Average depth of Rain and melted Snow, 2.93;) inches. 
 
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FEBRUARY, 1858. 


Third Winter 1JIonth. 


Moo
's PHASES. 
 Toronto. Qucbcc. TICilight beg. or ends, Semidiam. Pole Star. 
e: 

 . 
--- -- -- 
 Toronto. Quebec. Grcatcst 
r: h m h m .::I Beg. End llcg' l .l:..nd Sun Moon Polar Elonga. 

 Last Quarter...... ü 3 59 pm 4 31 pm A. M. P. 1\1. A. 1\1. P. III. distancf' Lat 450 
. New Moon......... 13 4 ;)5pm 527pm----------=-- 
.-> First Quarter ...20 7 41 pm 8 13 pm h rn h mlh m h m I /I I /I 0 I /I 0 I II 
o Full :;\Ioon... ...... 
i 4 47 pm 5 20 pm 15 386 50 1 '5 40 1 6 47:16 1615 331 26 27i2 2 16 
(( Apogee . ......... 7 10,1 fim 10. 6 am 11 5 287 2:> 287 2 lG 1415 7:1 26 29:2 2 19 
(( PeI'i
ee . ......... 2
 2.7 pm 3. 2 pm 2115 14 7 14;5 137 15:16 12116 12,1 26 30:2 2 21 


The Planets. 


FEBRUARY 1ST. FEBRUARY UTI!. FEBRUARY 21sT. 
NAME OP Mer. 
PLANET. On On Mer. On JIler. 
Rises. Sets. I
leridi'n Zen. RIses. Sets. -'Ieridi'n Zen. Rises. Sets. -'lE'l"idi' n Zen. 
ùist. dist. dist. 
h m h m 1--';-;; 0 h m h m 
 0 h m 
 
 
 
'Yenus ......... 7 5 a 4 32p 11 48 a G3 4 7 1 a i58p Noon. 60 1 652 a 527p 0 9p ;)5 6 
:.\Illrs ......... 0.18"( 4a156Ga 57 7 0 32 a 10 36 a 5 34 a 59 0 015 a 10 9 a 512 a 60 2 
.J upiter. ...... 1041 a 0 3
 a 535 P 30 5,10 5 a II 56 P 5 1 P 30 1 929 a 11 24 P 427p 29 6 
Saturn... ...... 323p 628 a l l0 53p 2211 23!}p 546 a 10 11 P 22 0 158p 6 5 a 9 29 Pl21 8 
Uri1.nU8 ...... 11 26 a 2 6 a 6 44 P 24.81047 a 127 a 6 5 p 24 7 10 7 a 049a 5 26 p 24 7 


KOTE.-In the above Table a signifies A. M., and p P. M. 


F-- 
i 
 TORO
TO. QUEBEC. UPPER AND LOWER CAI,ADA. 
::. Day of ... 

 \\ eek. c bun I bun's <I's l .Moon UPIJer 
>, >. .'5 un Sun :\Ioon <I :\1. SUIl \ Sun Moon on Declination Age on Tranbit of 
Ä ___ 
 IU
es. Sets. Rises. Z. D. Rises. _ Sets. Rises. Meridian. Noon S, 
oon. lIlerid. Pole Star. 
h m h 711 h m 0 h m h 7Il h m h m 8 0 II/days It m h m 8 
1JIonday...32717511 91439972;)153915,12135,')'1714717.523841934 
2 Tuesday. .337 16:> 1
 to 2:! 46 317 24 1 5 410 2ûi12 14 2)6 44 3018.5 1 3 21 4 15 38 
3 Wednesday 347 15;) 1311 3U 52 47 23;) 5\11 36 1 1 2 14 8 1 16 26 5419.5 1 4 3 4 11 41 
.1 Thursday. 357 14 5 14 Morn 38 0 [ 7 2115 7,Morn 12 14 1416 9 1 
O. 6 1 4 47 4 7 44 
5 Friday. . .367 135 15 3763 9, 20,:j 8 4612 14 19 1 15 50 51 
1. 6 5 30 4 3 48 
6 Saturdav.. 37 7 11 1 ,:5 17 1 4267 0!7 181;) 10 1 55/12 14 2315 32 2:> 22.5 1 6 17 3 59 51 
7 SU
DAY. .387 105 18 2 4770 0:' 1715 11 3 1112 14 2615 13 4323.5: 7 4 3 5:5 54 
8 JIonday . . 3
 7 8 \ ;} 20 3 48 ïl 8:7 16 1 5 13 4 4;12 14 28;14 54 4524.6 1 7 54 3 5] 58 
9 Tuesday. .407 7,) 21 4 43,2 217 1315 15 5 012 14 30,14 35 33:!5. 5' 8 46 3 48 1 
10 Weùnesdny 417 6j.j 23 52971 II' 1
i5 16 1 5 46112 1431 1 14 16 626.5' 9 38 344 4 
11 Thursdny .427 51.) 2:l 6 968 (j \ 7 1115 18 6 24 1 12 14 3113 56 2427.510 30 3 40 8 
12 Friday. . .437 3\5 21i Sets 64 87 9 1 5 19 Sets 12 14 30 1 13 36 29 
8. 511 21 3 36 11 
13 Saturday. . 447 1.;) 27 5 18.:59 8 1 7 75 21 5 10112 14 29:13 16 2029. 5 1 1 ev. 8 3 32 15 
14 SUND.\.Y .456 5Ð\5 2Ð 6 2954 0'7 5 1 5 23 6 25,12 14 27 1 12 55 58 0.8 0 54 3 28 18 
15 Monday. . .466 58 1 ;) 30 7 4147 7!ï 4 1 15 24 7 3912 14 2412 3;) 23 1. 8 , 1 39 3 24 22 
16 Tuesday. .476 57;) 31 8 5241 07 35 25 8 54 1 12 14 20112 14 37 2.81 2 24 3 20 25 
17 Wednesday 486 5G,.) 3210 734 3'7 1 \ 5 27,10 1212 14 16'11 53 39 3.8i 3 11 3 16 28 
18 Thur
day . 4f) 6 5:l!G 3411 2328 117 O,G 28:11 32 1 12 14 11111 32 31 4.8 1 3 59 3 12 32 
19 Friday. . .506 53i;) 35 :\Iorn 22 6 ' 6 58,5 30 1 ì\Iorn 12 14 5 1 11 11 11 5.8 4 52 3 8 35 
20 Saturday.. 516 51 1 5 37 4218 3:6 565 32 54 1 12 13 59i10 49 40 6.8: () 49 3 4 39 
21 SUXDA Y .526 50,5 38 2 1 15 76 55 1 ;) 33 2 1612 13 5110 28 1 7.8, 6 50 3 0 42 
22 Monday. .536 48';) 40 3 1515 1,6 5315 35 3 3212 13 4410 6 11 8.8i 7 53 2 56 46 
23 Tuesday. .546 47'5 41 4 1816 56 52i5 3G 4 3,)'12 13 35 9 44 13 9.8, 8 55 2 52 49 
24 Wcdne
day ;)56 45,5 4
 [) 819 8'6 505 37 5 22 1 12 13 26 9 22 510,81 9 55 2 48 53 
25 Thursday .5(; 6 43 1 5 43 5 4(j 24 G'6 47 1 15 39 5 5812 13 17 8 59 4911.810 50 2 44 56 
, 
 _ 26 Friday . . . 57 6 41 \ 5 45 Rises 30 46 455 41 IRises 1 12 13 6 8 37 26 12. 8:11 41 2 41 0 
.."..J 27 Saturùny. .586 40 1 5 46 5 42 /6 435 42 5 3912 12 55 8 14 5513. 8 1 'l\Iorn 2 37 3 
28 SUNDAY. .596 385 48 6 5G 3G ;:6 425 441 6 54112 12 44 7 52 18 , 14.8 0 28 2 33 7 
:Monthly mean Temperature, ave
age of 17 years, 22 0 (j5. l\1ean Velocity of the Wind, average 
of 9 years, 7.37 miles. Average depth of Rain and )Ielted Snow, 2.790 inches. 
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IARCH, 1858. 


7 


:MOON'S PHASES. ,;.1 Toronto Quebec. . ! TWiZ,9ht beg. or ends, Semidiam. Pole Star. 
.... 
 Toronto. Quebec. G t 
h m h m 
 I IBe g . 
nd tieg. .l!;nu Sun I Moon Polar I 
:
:
t 
<t Last Quarter...... 7 0 53 pm 1 ;
 pm A. :rd. P. M A. M. p, M. distance l L a t . 45
 
. Newl\Ioon ...... 15 6 55 am 7 '27am--------_-_ 

 First Quarter ... 22 2 25 am 2 57 am h 171 h 171 h m h m I 111' /I 0 , II 0 I /I 
o Full Moon...... "' 1 29 6 50 am 7 22 am 1 j5 11 241 591 2616 1015 28 \ 1 26 322 2 2
 
(( Apogee ............ 71 6.7 am 7.2 am l 11 1 4 441 SG t 39 1 7 41 1 16 7 1 15 121 26 35:2 2 
7 
(( Perigee .........19:11.9 am 0.4 pm21,4 2515041916616 51611)12638,2 231 
The Plalleta. 


MARCIl 1ST. MARCH 11TH. I MARCIl 216'1'. 
NAME OF 
FLAJlEi'. On Mer. On Mer. On Mer. 
Rises. Sets. 3Ieridi'n Zen. Rises. Sets. 'Ieridi'n Zen. Risel!. Sets. \Ieridi'n Zen. 
dist. dist. dist. 
- 0 - - 
 0 
 -,;-:;;; - 
h tie h m h m h m h m h 7lI 0 
Venus ......... 647 a 545p o 16p 52 4 634a 611p 023p 47 5 622a 636p 02Ðp 42 4 
:Mars ......... 11 57 p 946a 4520 61 0 11 S4p 916 a 4260 61 9 11 8p 844a 357 a 62 6 
Jupiter ... ... 9 1 a 1059 P 4 Op 
9 218 2i a 10 29 P 328p 28 6 752 a 10 1p 256p 28 0 
Saturn .... ..... 1 25 pt 4 32 a 856p 21 8 o 44P! 8 51 a 816p 21 7 0 3p 312 a 736p 21 7 
Uranus ..... . 9 36 a 0 19 a 456p 24 7 8 58 a:11 37 p 417p 24 6 820a 1059p 339p 24 5 


NOTE.-In the II.bove Table a signifies A. 
I. And p P. M. 



 ... ê Day of ; 0 : 1 TORONTO. I QC'EBEC. UPPER AND LOWER CANADA. 
o Week. 
 Sun Sun.'s <r's Moon Upper 
Þ-. Þ-., Sun Sun 
Ioon 1 ([ M. Sun Sun r.loon on DeclinlltloD Age on Tran
itof 

 
 Ri
s. Sets. Rises. Z. D' I ' Rises. Sets. Rises. Meridian. _Noon, S, Noon. !lerid. Pole 
tar. 
- ' - [ h 7Tt h 171 h m 0 h 7lI h 7lI h m h m 8 0 , /I daY8 h m h 7n 8 
1 Monday . . GO 6 375 48 8 4 43 36 40;) 4:> 8 6 12 12 32 7 29 32 15. 8 1 13 2 29 10 
2 Tuesday. .!üt 6 35,) 4!) 9 11 49 616 38 1 5 46 9 1712 12 20 7 6 4116.8 1 66 2 25 14 
3 Wednesday G
16 345 5010 1955 6i6 365 48.10 2812 12 7 6 43 44 1 17.8 2 39 2 21 18 
4 Thursday .!63;6 325 52,11 2561 016 34;) 50'11 3712 11 64 6 20 4118.8 8 23 2 17 21 
{) Friday. . .1 , G416 315 53'Morn 65 5;6 33 1 5 51 )lorn 12 11 40 5 57 32119.8 4 8 2 18 25 
6 Saturday. .65'6 29;) 54 33169 0,6 31;) 52 46 12. 11 26 5 S4 18 1 20. 8 4 56 2 9 29 
7 SUNDAY. .166:6 2715 55 1 3G 71 36 29;) 53 1 5112 11 11 5 11 O I :,n.8 Ó 45 2 5 32 
8 Mond&y . .;6716 26 -5 56 2 33 1 72 3;6 27.'j 55 2 6012 10 56 4 47 3722.8 6 36 2 1 36 
9 Tuesday. .68624558 324171 81625557 340121041 4241223.8 728 1 5740 
10 Wednesdlly'69 1 6 22.'j 59 4 669 916 235 68 4 2112 10 25 4 0 4224.8 8 20 1 53 43 
11 Thursday .170:6 206 0 4 41:66 6\6 20 G 0 4 54,12 10 10 3 37 1025.8 9 11 1 49 47 
12 Friday. . .7116 lÐ 6 1 5 962 2-6 196 1 5 19 1 12 9 53 3 13 34 26.8 9 59 1 45 51 
13 Saturday. . 726 1716 3 Sets 56 7iG 176 3 Sets 12 9 37 2 49 5727.810 46 1 41 54 
14 SUNDAY. . 73:6 15 1 6 4 5 2350 46 156 4 1 5 2012 9 20 2 26 1728. 8 11 32 1 37 58 
15 Monday...74 1 6136 5 63643716136 563612 9 3 2 236 0.2ev.18 1 34 
 
16 Tuesday. .75 1 6 126 6 7 513G 9,6 11 G 7 7 5412 8 46 1 38 55 1. 2 1 5 1 SO 6 
17 Wednesday 76 1 6 106 7 9 9130 3 1 6 96 8i 9 1612 8 28 1 15 11 2.2 1 64 1 26 10 
18 Thursday .77 1 6 86 8 1 10292436 76 9,10 4112 811 05129 3.2 247 12213 
19 Friday. . .78,6 66 10111 4919 5'6 56 11 Jlorn 12 7 53 0 27 47 4.2 8 43 1 18 17 
20 Saturday. . 79 1 6 46 12 :\Iorn 16 3'6 36 13 1 412 7 35 S 4 4 5.2 4 44 1 14 21 
21 SUNDAY .80 1 6 26 12 1 615 0:6 16 14 1 2312 7 17 N 19 37 6.2 5 47 1 10 25 
22 Monday . .8116 16 13 2 1315 85 596 15 2 3112 6 68 0 43 17 7.2 6 48 1 6 29 
23 Tuesday. .82'5 596 15 3 518 5'5 586 16 3 2212 6 40 1 6 55 8.2 7 48 1 2 38 
24 Wednesday 83'5 576 16 3 4d22 8 1 1 5 556 18 4 012 6 21 1 30 32 9.2 8 43 0 58 37 
25 Thursday. 84 1 5 556 17 4 17\28 15 536 19 4: 2712 6 3 1 54: 6,10.2 9 35 0 64 41 
26 Friday, . .85:5 64 6 18 4 43,34 2,5 526 20 4: 4912 5 44 2 17 37 1 11.210 22 0 50 45 
27 Saturday. .86,5 526 19 Rises /40 6 1 5 50 G 22,Rises 112 Ó 26 2 41 7,12.211 7 0 46 49 
28 SUNDAY. .87,5 506 21 5 4746 95 476 23 5 48i12 5 7 3 4 32 1 13.211 50 0 42 53 
29 Monday . .88'5 486 22 6 65 1 5 456 24 1 6 59112 4 49 3 27 5314.2 }Iorn 0 38 57 
30 Tuesùay . .89:5 466 23 8 253 15 43 1 6 25 1 8 9,12 4 30 3 51 11'15.2 1 33 0 35 00 
31 Wednesùay 190,5 44,6 24 9 958 7,5 41 G 27 9 19112 4 12 4 14 25!16.2 1 16 0 31 4 
)!onthly mean l'eml)erature, average of 17 years, 29 0 94. Mean Velocity of the Wind, averaO'e 
of 9 years, 7.50 miles. Average depth of Rain and melted Snow, 2.642 inches. I:> 
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8 


APRIL, 1858. 


Becond Spring iJ'Ionth. 


l\IOOl
'8 PHASES. 
 Toronto. Quebec. "ITwiliDht beg. or ernh, Semidiam. Pole Star. 

 

 

 Toront.o. Quebec. Greatest 
h m h m 
}jegïEnd .Beg. End Sun Moon Polar Elonga. 
(i Last Quarter...... 610 26 am 10 58 am A.M.P.M. A. M. P. !1. distance Lat. 45 0 
. New l\Ioon ...... 13 5 68pm 6 30 pm i 
h m 1 h m ---- --- 

 First Qu
rter ... 20 9 9 am 9 41 am h mh m I /I 11/0/1/ o , /I 
o Full :Moon ...... 27 9 38pm 10 11 pm 14 2'8 6 3 538 1516 2 14 551 2ß 41 
 2 3e 
í: Apogee . ......... 4 2. 2 am 2.7 am 1113 41,8 21 3 2918 33 1 15 69 16 6411 26 44 2 2 41 
(( Perigee ............ 1510.6 pm 11. 1 pm 2132083ï 3 5,8 52 15 56 15 50 1 26 47 2 2 45 


The Pln-neh. 


APRIL 1ST. APRIL 11TH. APRIL 21sT. 
N \ME 01' On I Mer . On 1M" I 
PLANET. Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets. On Mer. 
1\1 'di' Zen. 
leridi'n Z
n. RIses. Sets. :\leriùi'n Z
u. 
-- 
I dist. dlst. d)
t. 
hf1ï- h m h m 0 
 h m --,;-;;; --0- -,;-;:;; 
 hmo- 
Venus ... n...' 6 6a 7 4p o 35p j 36 9 5540 731p o 42p , 32 1 544 u 1 757 p o 50 p 27 8 
l\lars ... . .. ... 10 34 p 8 5a 3 21 a 63 1 957} 727 a 241 a l 63 6 915p 643 a 2 2 a 63 6 
Jupiter ...... 715 a 930p 222Pl27 3 641 û 9 2p 1 5.1 P 26 7 6 9"1 8 34 P 121p261 
Saturn .......n 11 20 a 229 a 6 53 p 21 7 1042 a 151 a 615Pl21 7/10 5 a 113 a 5 h7 P 21 8 
Uranus .n... 739a 10 17 p 268p/24 4 7 1 a 940p 2 21 p 24 3 6 24 aI 9 3 P 143p,242 


NOTE.-In the above Table a)ignifies A. M., an.! p P. M. 


E., 
z.)( 


..: 

 TORO:\'TO. QUEBEC. UPPER A:\'D LOWER CANADA. 
Day of 
Week. 
 Sun Sun's (J:'s-Moon - - Upper 

 bun bUll lIloon <! bl. Sun I Sun Moon on DeclinaUon Age on TranHit of 
A Rises . Sets. Rises. Z. D. Rises. Sets. Rises. lIleriilian. Noon, N. Xoon. :\Ierid. Pole Star. 
h m h m h m 0 h m h m h m h m 8 0 I II days h m h 'In 8 
1 Thursday. 916 416 2710 1663 75 406 2810 2912 3 53 4 37 3417.2 2 1 0 27 8 
2 Friday. .. 925 40 6 28 11 21 67 65 386 29 11 37 12 3 35 5 0 38 18. 2 2 48 0 23 1:3 
8 Saturday. 935 386 291\1orn 70 45 366 30 Morn 12 3 17 5 23 3719.2 3 37 0 19 17 
4 SUNDAY. 94 I) 366 30 2872 0;) 346 32 3912 2 59 5 46 3120.2 4 28 0 15 21 
5
londay.. 9553563111G721532634 13312241691921.251901125 
6 Tuesday . 965 33 6 32 2 1 70 85 306 35 2 1812 2 24 6 31 5-9122.2 6 11 0 7 29- 
7 Wednesd'y 975 316 33 2 3868 1 5 286 36 2 5312 2 7 6 54 34,23.2 7 10 0 3 33 
8 Thursday. 985 306 34 3 864 3;) 276 37 3 1912 1 50 7 17 2 1 24.2 7 49 :\lorninO' 
9 Friday. .. 995 286 36 3 33 59 3 5 25 6 39 3 42 12 1 33 7 39 22'25. 2 8 36 11 55 4':Ï 
10 Saturday. 1005 256 37 3 5553 4523640 4 012 116 8 1 3626.2 92211 51 4ô 
11 SUNDAY. 1015 246 38Sets 46 95 216 41 Sets 12 1 0 8 23 4121.210 811 47 50 
12 Monday. . 1025 22 6 40 1 5 28 40 1;) 196 43 6 3012 0 44 8 45 3728. 2 1 10 55 11 43 54 
13 Tuesday. 1035 2] 6 41 6 4433 35 17 6 44 6 5012 0 29 9 7 2529.2 1 11 4311 39 59 
14 Wednesd'y 1045 186 42 1 8 526 9 1 5 14 6 46 8 1512 0 13 9 29 4 O. 7.Ev.3511 36 3 
]5 Thursday. 1055 17643 9 3021 45 13647 9 4
 11 59 59 9 50 33 1. 7 1 3211 32 7 
16 Friday. . . 1065 166 44,10 5] 17 45 116 4911 611 69 4410 11 52 2.7 2 3311 28 11 
17 Saturday. 1075 14 6 45'Morn 15 4 1 5 96 50 'lorn 11 59 3010 33 2 3.7 3 3711 24 16 
18 SUNDAY. 1085 126 46 415 51.) 76 51 0 2111 69 16 10 54 1 4.7 4 4211 20 20 
19 Monday. .109511647 1 31775 5653 11911 69 2111448 5.7 643111624 
20 Tuesday. . 1105 96 49 1 4721 5j5 4 6 54 2 011 58 49 11 35 24 6, 7 6 4111 12 29 
21 Wednesd'y 1115 76 50 2 212G 5 1 5 36 55 2 3311 58 3711 65 49 7.7 7 3311 8 33 
22 Thursday. 1125 6 G 61 2 4832 3 1 5 06 66 2 5511 58 2412 16 3 8.7 8 20 11 4 37 
23 Friday .. 113 5 4 6 52 3 1038 5 4 686 58 3 15 11 58 13 12 36 4 9. 7 9 5 11 0 42 
24 Saturday. 114 1 5 36 63 3 2944 8 -! 576 59 3 3111 58 112 55 5410.7 9 4710 56 46 
25 SUNDAY. 1155 16 55 Rises 50 9' 1 4 66 7 (I Rises. 11 57 5013 15 3011.7 1 10 2910 52 51 
26 
londay. . 1165 06 56 5 5156 74 54 7 2 5 5611 57 4013 34 5312.711 1310 48 55 
27 Tuesday . 1174 586 57 6 5661 84 5'27 3 7 511 57 3013 54 213.711 5810 45 0 
28 Wednesd'y 1184 566 58 8 4 14 507 4 8 Hi 11 57 2014 12 5814. 7 1 'Morn 10 41 4 
29 Thursday. 119 1 4 556 59 9 966 2,4 487 6 9 2411 57 11 14 81 4015.7 0 4810 37 9 
30, Friday .' 1204 54 7 0,10 13,69 414 477 7 10 
8111 67 314 50 816.7 1 3110 33 13 
Monthly mean Temperature, average of 17 years, 41 0 39. Mean Velocity of the Wind, avel':lg@' 
of 9 yea!:s, 6.71 miles. Average depth of Rain and Melted Snc.w
 2.774. 
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Tldrd Spring l1Ionth. 


hlAY, 1858. 


9 


MOON'S PHASES.lg Toronto. Quebec. Twilight beg. or ends, Semidiam. Pole Star. 

 Last Quor"'r ...16 00 Toronto. Quebec. 
h m h m 
 'Greatest 
1 23 am 1 54 am à Beg. End Beg. End Sun :Moon :r olar I Elonga. 
. New 
Ioon ...... 13 2 30 am 3 2am A. M. P. l\I. A. M. P. M, __ 
stanC' I 
'L 450 

 Fh
t Quor"'r ... r 9 5 2pm 5 34 pm ---- - 
o Full Moon ...... 27 o 47 pm 1 19 pm h mh mh mh m 1 /I 11/011101/1 
(( Apogee ......... 1 6.0 pm 6.5 pm 1 
 598 5512 40 9 14 15 54 14 4l; 1 26 5012 2 49 
(( Perigee ......... 14 3.2 am 3.7 am 11 2 399 132 16 9 3G 15 52 16 2411 26 522 2 52 
(( Apogee ........./29 3.3 am 3.8 am 21 2 21 9 3111 53 10 00 15 50 15 27 1 26 54:2 2 55 


The Planets. 


MAY 1ST. :MAY 11TH. :MAY 21sT. 
NAME OP On iller. o r
. On l\I..r, 
PLA.....wr. 
Rises. Seta. !rIeridi 'n 

a
: RIses. Sets. Meri
ì'n 

ï: !Uses. Sets. -'Ieridi'n 

"ï: 
h m -,;-:;;; 
 ()--,;-;;: h m hm 0 hllt hm -,;-;;;, () 
Venus ......... 538 a 8Up 1 Ip
4 1 536a 848p 112 p;21 3 540 a 910 P 1 23 P 19 6 
l\Iars. ......... 827p 555 a I 9 a/63 6 7 34 p 5 4 a 017 a l 63 4 638 p 412 G 11 22 P G3 0 
Jupiter ...... 536 a 8 7p o 51p 25 51 5 4 a 725p o 22 p,25 0 4 28 a 7 9 P 11 49 G'24 4 
Saturn...... .., 928a 036 a 5 0 p(H 8 1 8 52 a 11 56 p 424p;22 0 817 a 1 11 20 p 348 P !22 1 
Uranus. ...... 545 a 828p 1 6 P 24 0 5 7 a 752p 030 PI23 9 4 30 a 7 16 p 11 53 a 23 8 


NOTE.-In the above Table a signifies A. M., and p P. M. 



 
@ 

 Day of Þ< 
'õ Week. 'õ SUll "un's <r'a Moon Upper 
þ-, þ-, ::iun Sun I Moon <r .M. sun ; ljsun I :!rloon on Declination Age on Transit of 

 __ Ä Rises. Sets. lUseli. !'. D. Rises. Sets. Rises. Meridian. Noon, N. Noon, Merid. Pole Star. 
h m h m h m 0 h m h m h m h m sOIl/days h 1/l h m ø 
1 Saturday. 121 4 527 211 í 71 44: 4517 911 2411 56 5515 8 2117.7 2 2010 29 18 
2 SUNDAY. 122:4 51 7 3:11 57 72 14: 44 1 7 10.Morn 11 56 4815 26 2018.7 3 1110 25 22 
3 Monday. . 123 1 4 507 4 
lorn 71 34 427 12 1311 56 4115 44 219.7 4 410 21 27 
4 Tuesday. . 124,4 487 6 3569 1 4 41 , 7 13 5111 56 35 16 1 3020. 7 4 54 10 17 31 
5 Wednesd'yl25'4o 467 6 1 8658439714 11911 562916184421.7 542101336 
6 Thursday. 126:4 45,7 7 1 3561 34 3717 15 1 4411 5û 2416 35 3822. ï 6 2910 9 41 
7 Friday. . .127,4 4417 8 1 5756 () 4 36' 1 7 16 2 411 5û 2016 52 17 1 23.7 7 1410 5 45 
8 Saturday. 128 1 4 43;.7 9 2 1849 94 347 18 2 2111 5û 1617 8 4024. í 6 5810 1 50 
9 SU
DAY. 1294 4217 10 2 3743 44 337 19 2 3811 56 1317 24 4525.7 8 43 9 57 54 
10 Monday. . 130'4 40 1 7 12 2 58 ;
6 74 32,7 20 2 5G 11. 56 1017 40 34 1 
6. 7 9 30 9 53 59 
11 Tuesday.. 131 1 4 39713 320300430 1 722 31411 56 81756 527.710 20 950 4 
12 Wednesd'J 132'4 387 14 Sets 24 04 2917 23 Sets 11 56 618 11 1828.711 15 9 46 8 
13 Th.ursday.133:4 37i7 15 8 2519 14 28 1 7 24 8 3911 56 618 26 12 0.4 Ev.15 9 42 13 
14 Friday. . . 134,4 36 1 7 16 9 4316 14 2717 2510 011 56 518 40 46 1. 4 1 19 9 38 18 
15 SaturdllY. 135:4 357 1710 5115 34 26 1 7 2C 11 811 56 618 55 3 2.4 2 26 9 34 22 
16 SUNDAY. 1364 3471811 4316842472811 5811 56 619 9 1 3.4 3 32 93021 
17 
Ionday. . 137 1 4 3317 19 Morn 20 24 237 29 Morn 11 56 819 22 40 4.4 4 33 9 26 32 
18 Tuesday. . 138 1 4 32 1 7 20 2225 04 227 30 3311 56 1019 35 57 5.4 5 28 9 22 37 
19 Wednesd'y 1394 31 7 21 51 30 64 21 7 31 1 111 56 1219 48 55 6.4 6 18 9 18 41 
20 Thursday. 140i4 30[7 22 115368419733 12011 56 1520 033 7.4 7 4 91446 
21 Friday .. 141 1 4 29 1 7 23 1 3C 43 14 187 34 1 38 11 56 1820 13 51 8.4 7 48 9 10 51 
22 Saturday. 142 1 4 287 24 1 54 49 24 177 35 1 5311 56 2220 25 48 9.4 8 30 9 û 55 
23 SUNDAY. 1434 27725 2 145504167 3G 2 1111 56272037 2410.4 9 12 9 3 0 
24 Monday. .144'4 27'7 27 2 3260 34 15 1 7 37 2 2C 11 56 3220 48 3811. 4 9 55 8 59 5 
2;) Tuesday. 14514 26,7 28 2 5364 g 4 147 39 2 4511 56 3720 59 3312 410 40 8 55 10 
26 Wednesd'y 146,4 23 1 7 2
HUses 68 44 1317 40 Rises 11 5G 4321 10 213.4 1 11 27 8 52 15 
27 Thursday. 147'4 24 1 7 30 8 3 4 13,7 41 8 1911 56 5021 20 1114. 4 1 .Morn 8 48 19 
28 Friday. . . 148;4 247 30 9 2 70 84 1217 42 9 18 11 56 5721 29 5915. 4 0 16 8 44 24 
29 Saturday. 1494: 287 31 9 5271 94 1117 4310 811 57 421 39 2416.4 1 7 8 40 29 
30 SUNDAY. 150 1 4 22,7 3210 3.j 71 64 10 1 7 441 1 10 5011 57 1221 48 2717.4 1 1 58 8 37 34 
31 
[onaa.y..151,4 21,73311 96984 974511 2311 572022 7 818.4 249 831 39 



 


TOr.OXTO. 


QUEBEC. 


UPPER AND LOWER CANADA. 


Monthly mean Temperature, averege of 17 years, 51 0 45. Mean Velocity of the Wind, average 
of 9 years, 5.91 miles. Average depth of Rain and melted Snow, 3.079 inches. 
[305] 



10 


JUNE, 1858. 


First Summer ]'Ionth. 


MOON'S 
 Toronto. Quebec. Twilight beg. or ends, Semidiam. Pole Star. 
Pl1ASES. 
 
A <f.Ï Toronto. Quebec. 
-- -- 
 Greatest 
h m h m à Beg. Enù Beg. End. Sun l\Ioon Polar Elonga. 

 L
st Quarter... 4 3 4pm 3 35 pm A.1I1. P. 111. A.M. P. M distanc
 Lat. 45 0 
. NewMoon....... 11 9 29 am 10 lam - - - 

 First Quarter... 18 2 57 am 3 29 am h mh mh mh m I 1/ I 1/ 0 I I/O I /I 
o Fulll\Ioon....... 26 3 56 am 4 28 am 12 5 9 50 1 30 10 25 15 48 14 65'1 26 56 2 2 58 
(( Perigee ......... 11 0.2 pm 0.7 pm 11 1 57 10 21 15 10 44 15 47 16 46 1 1 26 57 2 2 59 
(( Apogee ......... 25 4.8 am 5.2 am 21 1 55 10 81 11 10 52115 46 14 56il 26 572 2 59 


Tbe Planets. 


JU;\E 1ST. JUXE llTU. JUXE 21sT. 
K Alire OF 
PLASET. On Mer. On 
lt.r. On Mer. 
Rises. Sets. Meriùi 'n Zen. Rises. Sets. Meridi 'n Zen. Rises. Sets. l\leridi 'n 7en. 
dist. dist. di
t. 
h m h m h m 0 h m --,;-;; 
 0 
 -,;-;; -,;-;; 0 
Venus ........, 553 a 929p 141p19 0 610a 939p 154 p 19 7 632 a 942p 2 7 p 21 6 
Mars ......... 5 38 p 3 15 a 10 24 p 62 6 4 48 p 2 27 a 9 35 pr2 3 4 4p 1 43 a 8 53 P 62 3 
Jupiter ...... 3 56 a 6 42 p 1119 "123 8 3 24 a 6 15 p 10 49 a 23 4 252 a 547 p 10 20 "122 9 
Saturn...... ... 7 40 a 10 40 p 3 10 p 22 3 7 6a10 4p 2 35 P 22 5 632 a 9 29 pi 2 1 p 22 7 
Uranus ...... 3 48 al 6 35 p 11 12 a 23 6 3 11 a 5 59 p 10 35 a 23 5 233 a 5 23 P 9 58 a 23 4: 


NOTE.-In the above Table a sIgnifies A. :r.r. and p P. M. 



 ..: 
g 
 TOROXTO. QUEBEC. UPPER AXD LOWER CANADA. 
:a Day of >< 
'õ '\eek. 'õ bun ::;uu's <I's Moon Upper 

 
 Sun I Sun :\loon <r M. !:iun Sun l\loon on Declination Age on Transit or 
/J.. 
 Rises. Sets. Rises. Z. D. lUses. Sets. Rises. ?tleridian. Noon, N. Noon. lIIeriù. Pole Star. 
---- h m h-:;;;'hm()
h

----otIi days 
h m 8 
1 Tuesday . 152;4 2117 3411 3866 94 097 4611 4611 57 2932 5 2619.4 3 38 8 27 44 
2 Wednesd'y 153:4 21 , 7 35l\Iorn 62 84 097 47 )lorn 11 57 38 1 22 13 201
0. 4 4 24 8 23 48 
3 Thursday. 154:4 21 7 35' 1 57 81 087 48 811 57 4822 20 51j21. 4 5 9 8 19 53 
4 Friday . . 155i4 20,7 361 21 52 24 087 48 27 11 57 5822 27 58,22.4 5 53 8 15 58 
5 Saturday. 156 1 4 20,7 36' 1 4146 04 077 49 4311 58 822 34 43 1 23.4 6 36 8 12 3 
6 SUNDAY, 157'4 H) 1 7 37 1 039 54 077 49 5811 58 1922 41 424.4 7 20 8 8 8 
í Monday. .158 1 4197 38 1 1 20330407750 11611 58 3022 47 125.4 8 í 8 413 
8 Tuesday. . 15914 H) 7 39, 1 4326 7 4 07 7 51 1 36 11 58 41 22 52 33126.4 8 58 8 0 18 
9 Wednesd'y 16014 197 39 1 2 1321 44 OG 7 52 2 311 58 5222 57 4227.4 9 55 7 56 23 
10 Thursday. 161[4 197 39 Sets 17 44 057 53 Sets 11 59 423 2 27 
8. 410 57, 7 52 28 
11 Friday. . . 162;4 187 40; 8 3215 54 057 53 8 4911 59 1623 6 4729.4 Ev. 5' 7 48 32 
12 Saturday. 16314 187 40 9 3115 g 4 057 54 9 47 11 59 2923 10 43 1. 1 1 1
 7 44 37 
13 SUNDAY. 1644 187 4110 1818 64 057 5510 3011 59 4123 14 13 2.1 2 18 7 40 42 
14 Monday. . 165:4 1817 4210 5123 04 057 55' 1 11 111 59 54 23 17 20 3.1 3 17 7 36 47 
15 Tuesday. 1664 18 1 7 42'11 1728 64 057 5511 2412 0 723 20 2 4.1 4 11 7 32 52 
16 Wednesd'y 16714 187 42;11 3934 81 057 55 1 11 4212 0 1923 22 19 5.1 5 0 7 28 57 
17 Thursday. 168 1 4 19,7 43 1 11 6941 24 057 56111 5612 0 3223 24 12 6.1 5 45 7 25 2 
18 Friday. . .169'4 197 43 1 Morn 47 54 057 57 )lorn 12 0 4523 25 39 7.1 6 27 7 21 7 
19 Saturday. 170' 1 4 197 43 17 1 53 44 057 57 1512 0 5823 26 43 8.1 7 11 7 17 12 
20 SUNDAY.I714197 43 38589400757 3212 1112327219.1753 71317 
21 
lond:1Y. . 172:4 197 43 5763 64 057 57 4!:J 12 1 2423 27 35 , 10.1 8 37 7 9 22 
22 Tuesday. .1734 207 44 1 2167 54 067 58 1 912 1 3723 27 2311.1 9 24 7 5 27 
23 Wednesd'y 17414 207 44' 1 4970 21 067 58 1 3612 1 50,23 26 47 1 12.110 13 7 1 32 
24 Thursday. 1754 207 44 1 2 2571 7106758 21012 2 3 1 23254513.111 3 65737 
25 Friday. . .1764 207 44 3 871 84 067 58 2 5212 2 1523 24 2014.111 54 6 53 42 
26 Saturday. 177\4 207 44 Rises 4 077 58 Rises 12 2 28 1 23 22 29 1 15.1 )lorn 6 49 47 
27 SUNDAY. 1784 21 7 45 9 11 70 44 087 58 9 2612 2 4023 20 1416.1 46 6 45 52 
28 Monday. .179 1 1 421745 940678408758 95112 253,23 17 3317.1 1 36 641 57 
29 Tuesday. 1804 227 4510 664 14 087 5810 1412 3 523 14 30 1 18.1 2 22 6 38 2 
30 \V ednesd'y 181 4 227 4510 26159 34 097 57 10 3112 3 17/23 11 2:19. 1 3 81 6 34 6 
Monthly mean Temperature, average of 17 years, 61 0 41. Mean Velocity of the Wind, average 
of 9 years, 4.41 miles. Average depth of Rain, 3.051 inches. 
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Second Summer .J.1Ionth. 


JULY, 1858. 


11 


)IoON's I 
I Toron"'.1 Qnebee.11 Twilight beg. or ends, Semidiam. role Star. 
PHASES. 
 . T 
_______ 
 oronto. Quebec. I Greatest 
I h m I h m J;: Beg.1 End Beg. End Sun Moon rolar Elonga. 
(j 
ast Quarter... 4 1 21 am 1 58 ami A. M. P. lII. A.III. P. lII. Jtst".ne
 I L.
 45' 
. 
ew:Moon....... 1014 7pm 439pm----- -- 

 First Quarter ... 171 3 21 pm l 3 53 pml h m h m h m h m I /I I 1/ ::J I I/O I /I 
o Fun Moon....... 25 6 46 pm' 7 18 pm ] 2 1110 6 1 1010 48 15 46 15 13 1 26 5i 2 2 59 
([ Perigee ...... ...1 9' 9. 4 pm l 9. 9 pm 11 2 13 9 57 1 37110 33 15 4C 16 3f, 1 26 56'2 2 57 
([ Apo
ee ......... 2211. 8 ami 0.3 pm ' 212 29 9 432 010 12 15 4i 14 4'i 1 26 5512 2 56 


Th.e Planets. 


JULY 1ST. 


JULY 11Tll. 


JULY 21ST. 


NA
E OF 
PUXET. 


Rises. 


o :\1er. 
Sets. jlert1 'n Zen, 
dist. 


Rises. 


o :\ler. 
Sets. jIeri
i 'n 
fs
: 


Rises. 


Sets. 


On :\ler. 
'leriùi'u 
s
: 


h m --,;-:;;; --,;-;;: 0 h m h m -,;-;;: --0- T-;;:: h m h m 0 
Venus ......... 656a 939p 217p/24 4 720a 930p 225p28 2 744a 918p 231p32 5 
.Mars. ......... 328p 1 4a 8 14 P / 62 (j 258p 0250 741p63 2 233p1153p 718p64 0 
Jupiter....... 220a õ19p 949a22 6 149a 450p 919a22 3 117a 420p 849a221 
Saturn......... 5590 854p 127p22 9 527a 818p 052p23 2 454a 743p 018p23 4 
Uranus. ...... 1 56 a 446 p 921 a 23 3 117 a 4 9 p 8 43 a 23 2 036 a 3 28 p 8 2 a 23 1 
KOTE.-In the above Table a signIfies A, ?rI., and p P. M. 


..: 
<II 
Day of 
 
Week. 'S _ bun I:\un's <i's Moon Upper 
Þ-. 
un Sun I Moon <i 1\1. Sun I Sun :\loon on Declination Age on Transit of 

 Rise
 . Sets. Rises. Z. D. Rises. Sets. Rises. 'Ieridian. Koon, N. Noon. l\Ierid. Pole Star. 
h m h m h m 0 h m h m h m h m 8 0 I /I days h m h m 8 
1 Thursday. 1824 237 4410 4553 94 9 1 7 5i 10 4812 3 2823 7 920.1 3 51 6 30 11 
2 Friday . . 18314 24 7 44 1 11 347 94 107 5811 312 3 40 1 23 2 52':H, 1 4 33 6 26 16 
31 Saturday. 184' , 4 247 44 1 11 2341 74 11!7 5711 2012 3 51/23 58 10 1 22. 1 5 16 6 22 21 
4 SUNDAY. 1854 257 4311 4535 34 1117 57 11 3812 4 222 53 523.1. (j 00 6 18 26 
5 
[ondfiY, . 1 186 1 '4, 257 43 
Iorn 29 14 12' 1 7 5611 5212 4 12 1 22 47 3524.1 6 48 6 14 31 
6 Tuesday . 1874 257 43 223 64 13 7 55 
Iorn 12 4 2:3122 41 4225. 1 7 31 6 10 36 
7 Wcdnesd'y 1884 267 43 4419 04 14 7 55 3012 4 3322 35 2G 26.1 8 3!:! 6 (j 41 
8 Thursday.11894 2i7 43 1 2i16 14157 55 11112 44222284527.1943 6 246 
9 Friday ..,1904287422231544157552612 45122214228.1,104g 55851 
10 Saturday .1191 4 287 42 Sets ! 7 04 167 54 Sets 12 5 022 14 1529.1 1 11 56 5 54 56 
11 SUND.\.Y.1924 297 41 84520 74 177 53 8 5712 5 922 6 25 0.BEv.59 5 51 1 
12 Monday. .11934 297 41 9 17 25 94: 187 52 9 2512 5 1621 58 11 1.811 57 5 47 6 
13 Tuesday. . 1!:J4 4 307 40 9 4232 14 187 52 9 4612 5 24,21 49 36 2.8, 2 50 5 43 11 
14 Wednesd'y 195 1 4 327 4010 238 64: 207 5210 312 5 3121 40 38 3.8 1 3 57 5 39 16 
15 Thursday. 19ü 4 337 3910 2245 2!4 21 7 5110 2012 5 3721 31 18 4.81 4 23 5 35 21 
16 Friday. . . 1 197' , 4 337 3910 4251 514 227 5010 3712 5 4321 21 :16 5.8/ 5 7 5 31 26 
17 Saturday. 1984 347 3811 057 314 237 4910 54 12 õ 4921 11 32 6.8 1 5 50 5 27 31 
18 SUNDAY. 1904 357 3711 2462 342374011 13/12 5 5421 1 7 7.8 6 34 5 23 36 
H) :\Ionday. .:200:4 36 1 7 3611 52 66 5 1 4 247 4811 39 / 12 5 58120 50 21 8. 8, 7 21 5 19 41 
20 Tuesday .20114 377 33 
lorn 69 64 237 46 ;\lorn 12 6 220 39 13 9.8 1 8 9 5 15 46 
21 Wedne
d'y:20214 38,7 34 2471 4 1 4 267 45 1012 6 520 27 44 10.8 8 58 5 11 51 
22 Thursday. 203,4 39 1 7 33 1 472 04 277 43 48 1 12 6 720 15 5511. 8 9 50 5 7 55 
23 Friday. . .\20414 407 32 1 5571 14 297 42 1 3812 6 1020 3 4712.810 41 5 4 0 
24 Saturdny. 205,4 41 1 7 31 2 5368 84 317 41 2 36\12 6 1119 51 1713.8111 32 5 0 Ó 
25 SU
DAY. 20G I 4 42 1 7 30 3 57 1 4 327 40 3 4312 6 1119 38 2814. 8':\Iorn 4 56 10 
26 Monrlay. .1207 1 4 437 20 Rises 65 3 1 4 337 39 Rises 112 6 1219 25 2015.8 19 4 52 15 
27 Tuesda,y .2084 447 28 8 3260 94 347 38 8 3712 6 1219 11 5316.8 1 6 4 48 20 
28 Wednesd'y 20a,4 4517 27 8 50155 54 357 37 8 53/12 6 1118 58 617.8 1 50 4 44 25 
29 Thursday. 21014 41H 26 9 10 / 49 74 367 36 9 1112 6 918 44 018.8 2 32 4 40 30 
30 Fri{1n.y ..211 4: 47 1 7 25 9 2843 5 1 4 377 35 9 26/12 6 7" 18 2!:J 3619.8 3 15 4 36 35 
31 1 8-Üul'rlay . 212!4 487 2,1 9 4a,37 1,4 397 33 9 43112 6 418 14 5320,8 3 58 4 32 40 


.t:, 

 
o 

 
'S 

 
E.. 


TORO
TO. 


QUEDEC. 


UPI'ER AXD LOWER CA
ADA. 


Monthly mean Tcmpera.ture, av
rage of 17 year
, 66 0 98. Mean Velocity of the Wind, average 
of 9 years, 4.53 miles. Average depth of Rain, 3.567 inches. 
[30i] 



12 


AUGUST, 1858. 


Third Summer JJfonth. 


1 00 Toronto. \ Quebec. 
MOON'S PHASES. I 
 Twilight beg. or ends, Semidiam. 
___8- Pole Star. 
h m h m ct5 
<t Last Quarter...... 2 9 3am 9 35 am 
 Toronto. Quebec. Grt:atc8t 
. New MJon ..... { 8:11 36 pm => lJeg.l<nd lleg.l"nd Sun 
loon !'olar Elon!!!\. 
9' ............ o 8 am _I '. >1. 
 A. II. P. II. distance Lat. 4.5 0 

 First Quarter ... IG 6 25 am 6 57 am ------ 
o Fulll\Ioon ......:
4, 8 54 am 9 26 aID h mh mh ?II h m I /I I 110 I /I 0 I /I 
C4t La!:'t Quarter...... j 31!2 59pm 3 31 pm 1 2 48 9 24 2 25 9 47 15 48 15 48 1 26 53 2 2 53 
(( Perigee... ......... 7 3.0 am 3. 5 aIr nl3 6 1 9 32 48 1 9 22 15 49 L5 5i\1 26 512 2 50 
(( Apogee ... .........119' 2.3 RID 2.8 ani 
1 3 2118 4213 8!8 57 15 51 L4 54 1 26 48,2 2 46 


The Plan.ets, 


AUGUST 1ST. AUGUST llTII. AUGUST 21sT. 
NAME OF )oter. lIIer. 
l'LA:!oET. On On On )ler. 
TIises. Sets. r.Ieridi 'n Zen. Rises. Sets. }lcridi'n Zen. Rises. Sets. \Ieridi 'n Zen. 
dist. dist. dist. 
h m 
 h m 0 
 -,;-m h m ---0- h m -,;-m --,;-;;: 0 
'
enus ......... 810 a 9 Ip 235p :37 8 831 a 844p 238p 42 9 8 53 a. 826p 2 39 p,48 0 
l\Iars ... ... .., 21
p1121p 647p 65 1 156p lO 56 P 626p 66 2 14! 1'110 33}' 6 8p ' 67 2 
Jupiter ...... 041 al3 47}' 814a 21 7 o 8a 316p 7 4
 a :21 6 11 31 P 243 P 7 6 a l 21 4 
Satnrn ..... ..' 4 18 a 7 4 P 11 41 0 t3 8 345 a 629p 11 70 
4 0 312a 554p 10 33 a l 24 3 
Uranus. ...... lIMp 251p 7200 23 1 11 15 p 213p 642 a 23 0 10 37 p 1 34 p 6 4 a!23 0 


NOTE.-In the above Table, a signifies A. M., and p P. :\1. 


... ..: 
;:;; g! TORONTO. QUEBEC. U.PPER AXD LOWER CA
ADA. 

 Day of >< 
IË Week. 'S Sun 15un's .r's l\loon Upper 

 
 Sun 15un Moon <r 1\I Sun 15un )loon on DeclinatioD Age, on Trau
it of 
...e.. __ _
 Rises. Sets. !Uses. 
 Rises. Sets. lUses. 
leridian. !\oon,N. 
oon. :.\lerid. Pole 15tar. 
h m h m h m 0 h m h m h m h m 8 0 II/days h m h m 8 
I, SUNDAY. 213 4: 4ü 7 2310 1331 01 407 3210 412 6 ] 17 59 53:!1. 8 4 44 4 28 45 
2 1 )Ionday. . 
14,4 5U 7 2
 1 1O 41 25 34 41 7 3110 3012 5 5717 44 34 :!2. 8 5 34 4 24 49 
3 Tuesday .
1514: 517 21111
20 54 437 2!Hl 512 55317 28 Mf
3.8 628 42054 
4 Wednesd'y 216 1 4 527 20 )Iorn 17 04 447 2811 5012 5 4817 13 5 
4. 8 7 27 4 16 59 
5 Thursday. 2li 4 537 19 0 715 34 4,) 7 27l\Iorn 12 5 4216 56 5325.8 8 30 4 13 4 
6 1 Frid3Y . .218 1 1547 18 111159446726 5,112 53616403026.8 936 4 9 9 
7 Saturday. 219 4 537 16 2 2818 64 47 1 7 24 2 1212 5 2916 23 48:2ì. 810 40 4 5 14 
8 SUND.\.Y. 220 1 4 56 7 14ISets. 23 1 4 48 7 2
 Sets. 12 5 22116 6 4!J 
8. 8 11 40 4 1 19 
9 Monday. .2214587 e 7 4128 
4 50 1 7 20 74612 514154933 0.5Ev.35 35723 
10 Tuesday . 22
1! 5!J 7 11 8 435 44 51 7 1
 8 712 5 515 32 6 1. 5 1 27 3 53 28 
11 Wedllesd'y 
23 5 07 10 8 2442 24 537 17 8 2312 4 5615 14 22 2.5 2 13 3 49 33 
12 Thursday.2:H:5 1 7 Ü 8 4548 94 5417 16 8 4112 4 4714 56 22 3.5 2 5g 3 45 38 
I3jFriday . .2255 2J 8 9 4550455'715 85812 4371438 9 4.5 343 34143 
14'Saturday.22ü!5 3 1 7 6 9256051 5G7 13 91712 426141942 5.5 428 33747 
15 SUNDAY. 227 5 47 4 9 5765 ] 4 577 11 9 4ü 12 4 1414 1 1 6.5 5 15 3 33 52 
16 :Monday. .228;) 5,7 3
1O 2468 84 597 910 9 12 4 213 42 7 7.5 6 3 3 29 57 
17 Tuesdl1Y . 22!J 5 77 1 1 10 5271 015 1 7 710 4412 3 5013 23 ] 8.5 6 52 3 26 2 
18 Wedncsd'y 230.j 817 Oi11 4772 O l .j 2 1 7 511 3012 3 37 1 13 3 41 9.5 7 4
 3 22 7 
19 Thursday. 231.) 9,6 58 Morn 71 ü 5 37 3110rn 12 3 2,1112 44 9 1 10.5 8 35 3 18 11 

O Friday. . .2325 10 G 56 4269 8.5 4 1 7 2 2612 3 10 1 12 24 2511.5 9 26 3 14 16 
21 Saturday. 2335 1116 55 1 4366 8 1 5 6'7 0 1 3012 2 5;) 12 4 2912.510 14 3 10 21 
22 SU
DAY. 2345 12 1 6 54 2 5062 65 7i6 50 2 3712 2 40 j 1 n 44 23,13.511 2 8 6 26 
23 l Monday. .2355 13 1 652 3 5!)57 55 8 1 657 35012 22511 24 41 14 . 511 47 3 230 
24 Tuesday. .2365 14 1 1 G 50lRises 5 9 1 G 55 Rises 12 2 9111 3 35 1 15 . 5 
Iorn 3 58 35 
25 Wcdnesd'y 2375 166 48, 7 1751 75 11,6 53 7 1812 1 53jl0 42 5516.5 0 31 3 54 40 
26 Thursday' 238 5 17 6 471 7 3545 55 12 1 G 51 7 3312 1 3G,10 22 6 1 17.5 1 14 3 50 44 
27 Friday . . 23ü l 5 18;6 45 7 55 :
9 1:> 13 1 6 49 7 4!)112 1 10110 1 61 18 . 5 1 57 8 46 49 
28 Saturday. 2405 UI,6 43 8 1632 73 14 6 48 8 9 1 12 1 2 9 39 58'19.5 2 42 3 42 54 
29 SUND\.Y. 211 1 5 20 1 6 4
 8 4426 Ç);) lü l 6 46 1 8 3412 0 41 1 9 18 4o' l 
0' 5 3 30 3 38 58 

O Monday. .242 1 5 216 40, 9 1721 7 -5 1716 44 9 3 1 12 0 26 1 8 57 11 21. 5 4 23 3 35 3 
81 Tuesday. . 243.5 22,6 38:10 2 17 
 5 18,6 42 9 45 12 0 8 8 35 33 
2. 5 5 19 3 31 8 
Monthly mean Tcmperature, average of 17 years, 26 0 06. Mean Velocity of the Wind, avernge 
of 9 years, 4.83 miles. Average depth of Rain, 2.654 inches. 
[308] 



Flrst Fall JJIonth. 


SEPTE
lBER, 1858. 


13 


, I
 I j I 
:\loos S PHASES. c:5 Toronto. Quebec. T
cili g ht ben or ends S ' d ' r I S 
- - I 2-h
lh
l. OJ' ' [ eml UI,m. oe tar. 
'
"II I - 8 5 - () <) 9 fl. Toronto I Quebec 
. ...,ew 11 oon. ......, I am ,,
 am?-" . I \ Greatest 
f) First Q t { 14'11 59 pm; Å lieg. .End lieg. .End I Sun :\loon Polar ElonO'a. 
uar er... 15 ....... ..... 0 31 am A. M. P. 1Il.!A. 111. P. 111. di
tance I L:1.t. 400 
OFulIMoon.........2210 2pm10 34pm---,--!----_-_ 

 Last Quarter...... 29 8 34pm 9 6pm h mh m1h mh m' I 1/ I "0 / "1 0 I /I 
(( Perigee ......... ...1 3 8. 
 pm, 9.1 pm 1:
 41. 8 

,3 2
18 3
;15 

 16 13 1 1 
6 45,
 2 43 
(( Apogee ............ 15 8.0 pm 8.8 pm 11 3 567 01 3 4,8 ,15 o() 15 141 ...6 4]... 2 36 
([ Perigee ............:29 (1,2 pm' 0.7 pm
l! 9737r! 21744'15 5!J15 25126 382 232 


Tile Planets. 


Sr;PTEJIßER 1ST. SEPTEJIBER 11TH. SEPTEJ1BER 21sT. 
. 
N.
ME OF Mer. l\It'r. -'ler. 
PLA.."iET. On On On 
Riscs. Sets, Jlerldl'D Zen. Rises. Sets. Meridi 'n Zen. Rise!!. Sets. l'úelÍùi 'n Zen. 
dist. dist. dist. 
h m h m 
 ()" 
 T-;;- T-:;;; 0 T-;;- 
 h m 0 
Venus ......... 917 a 8 5p 241p 53 5 937 a 748p 242p :)8 2 957 a 732p 244p 62 4 
l\lars ......... 132p 1012 P 552p 68 2 122p 953p 539 P (j8 9 113p 942p 527p 69 3 
Jupiter......... to 54p 2 7p 632 a :U 3 10 19 P 132p 5570 
1 2 942p 056p 521 a 21 2 
Saturn.. ...... 236 a 514p 955 a 24 7 2 3a 439p 921 a 24 9 129 a 4 2p 845 G ::!5 2 
Uranus ...... 954p 052p 5 25 11 23 0 915p o 12p 446a 23 0 835p 11 33 a 4 60 23 0 


1Iõ0TE.-In the above Table a sIgnIfies A. ?tI.,and p P, 
l. 



 ,; 

 
 U 
o :::: TORO
TO. QUEBEC. PPER AXD LOWER CA
ADA. 
ë 



 'S Sun Sun's <r 's 
Ioon Upper 
::. >> 
un 
un "loon <( 
1. Sun I Sun I Moon on Declination Age on Transit ot 

 
 Rises. Sets. _Rises. Z. D. Rises, Sets. Rises. Meridian. r;oon,
. Xoon. Jlerid. Pole Star. 
h m h m h m 0 h mh m l h m h m 8 0 II/days h m h m 8 
1 Wcdnesd'y'244.) 246 3510 5815 65 206 4010 4111 59 4g 8 13 49.23.5 6 21 2 27 12 
2 Thursda y .I245 1 1 .:; 2.') 6 34 )Iorn 15 4,) 21 1 6 38:11 5011 59 30 7 51 56!24.5 7 24 2 23 Ii 
3 Friday . .12465 2ß 6 33 717 2,) 22 6 36 1 
Iorn 11 59 10 7 29 55:25.5 8 2li 2 19 21 
4 Saturda y h47'5 276 31 1 2820 93 246 34 1 14 11 58 52 7 7 46,26. 5 9 27 2 15 26 
5 SU
DAy.I:!18.:; 28630 24912615256321 1 239 1 '11 5832 64532"27.5'1023 21131 
6 )Ionday. .I
491':; 296 28 4 9 1 32 3!j 266 31 4 311 58 12 ti 23 10' , 28.5:n 15 2 7 35 
7 Tucsday .1250;5 306 25 Sets 38 g 5 276 29 Sets 11 57 52 6 0 42 2U. 5 Ev. 3 2 3 40 
8 Wednesd'yl23115 3] 6 24 6 4645 75 296 27 6 44i11 57 32 5 38 8 1. 1 0 49 1 59 45 
9 Thursday b,)2:) 336 22 7 5 1 32 2;) 306 2G 7 1:11 57 12 5 15 28 2.1 1 34 1 55 49 
10 Friday . .\253 1 5 346 19 7 2758 ] 3 316 23 7 20!11 56 51 4 52 42 3.1 2 HJ 1 51 54 
11 Saturday. 254!5 356 17 7 53 1 63 25 336 20 7 42:11 56 30 4 29 52 4.1 3 7 1 47 58 
12 SUNDAY.'235 I '5 366 17 8 2167 35 336 19 8 711 56 10 4 6 57 5. 1 3 54 1 44 3 
13 
Ionday. .125615 366 15 8 5770 25 356 16 8 40,11 55 49 3 43 58 ß.l 4 44 1 40 7 
14 Tuesday. .j2.j'j 5 386 13 9 40 ïl 85 376 ]4 9 23,11 55 2& 3 20 55 7.1 5 35 1 36 12 
13 Wednesd'y'258 1 5 406 1110 3372 05 376 13!1O Hïll 55 6 2 57 48 8.11 6 27 1 32 16 
16 Thursday. 259 1 5 41 6 9 11 3270 7,j 396 10;11 17 1 '11 54 45 2 34 39 9. 1 1 7 18 1 28 21 
17 Friday. . . 26015 42 6 7 
Iorn 68 2.5 406 9 
lorn 11 54 21 2 11 27 10. 1 8 8 1 24 25 
18 Saturday. 261 1 ,') 436 6 0 36 ß4 4:) 426 7 0 23:11 54 3 1 48 g 11.] 8 56 1 20 29 
19 SUNDAY. 2fî2 5 446 4 1 4459 ß Õ 436 4 1 34'11 53 42 1 24 54 1 12. I, 9 41 1 16 34 
20 
Ionday. .2G3'5 456 2 2 5254 15 456 2 2 4411 53 21 1 1 3413.1'10 17 1 12 38 
21 Tucsday. .'26i5 466 0 3 5148 O,j 4G 6 0 3 47:11 53 0 0 38 1314.111 9 1 8 43 
22 Wednescl'yl::W5..5 485 57 5 9 H 5;> 475 58 5 711 52 39 0 14 4115.111 53 1 4 48 
23 Thursllay 'I
W(î.-) 40,j 56 Rises 5 48.j 57 Rises /11 52 18 S. 8 331ß. 1 )lorn 1 0 52 
24 Friday. . .':!ß715 50
 54 6 2035 0;) 4g 5 55 6 IG)l 51 57 0 31 5817.1' 0 3
 0 56 56 
23 Saturday .1 1 268 , ,) 51 5 52 6 46 28 8,) 50.j 53 6 37 11 51 36 0 55 22 18. 1 1 26 0 53 0 
26 SUNDAY. 2695 52.:) 51 7 1923 3,) 52.j 51 7 7 1 11 51 16 1 18 47 HJ. I' 2 18 0 49 5 
27 Monday. . 1 2705 531;> 49 8 018 9.j 53,j 49 7 44;11 50 56 1 42 11 20. 1 3 J5 0 45 9 
28 Tuesday. .2711.) 54!") 47 8 5316 2.j ã53 46 8 
611 50 36 2 5 3021. 1 4 1.j 0 41 14 
29 Wedne
ù'y 2ï2.j 551') 46 9 57 15 3.j 57:) 44 9 4011 50 1ß 2 28 58 2
. 1 5 18 0 37 18 
30 Tlmrsday,1273:3 5(jl5 H 11 1316 5;) 5; .') 4210 59,11 49 47 2 52 2 0, 23. I, G ]!:! 0 33 22 
Monthly mean Temperature, average of 17 years, 58 0 04. "Mean Velocity of the Wind, average 
of 9 ye:J.rs, 5.29 miles. Average depth of Rain, 4.436 inches. 
[309] 



1:1 


OCTOBER, 1858. 


Second Fall ÞIonth. 


MooèO/'s PH-\.SES. 
 Toronto. Quebec. Twilight beg. or ends, Semidiam. Pole Star. 

 

 rñ 

 Toronto. Quebec. 
h m hm ::':\ Beg. End .Beg .1.End Sun Moon Polar Grcate:>t 
. New Moon ...... Ü 8 50 pm 9 22 pm A. M. P. 111, dbtance Elonga. 
A. M, P. M. Lat. 45 0 

 First Quarter ... 14 7 25 pm 7 57 pm -- -I- 
o Full 
loon ...... 22 10 2 amro 340m h mh m h mh 'TIí I 1/ I 1/ o I 1/ a I 1/ 

 Last Quarter ... 29 3 17 am 3 48 an. 1 4: 22 7 27 4 1717 22 16 1 16 9 1 2G 34 2 2 26 
([ Apogee ............ 13 3. 8 pm 4. 3 pn II 4 31 6 59 4 32 7 
 16 4 14 56 1 26 3l 2 .2 21 
([ Perigee ............ 
5 O. 9 pm 1. 4 pn !1 4 46 6 44 4 45)6 44 16 7 15 57 1 213 24 J 2 12 
- 


The Planets. 


OCTOBER 1ST. 


OCTOBER 11TH. 


OCTOBER 21sT. 


NA)lE OJ!' 


}'LAXJ::T. Rises. I On I M
I 0 I M"'.J On JIcl'. 
S.... r'."l",n. HI... So'" 'II .
., 7
 HI
. Sets. 
l . d" Zen. 
dlst. en 1 n dist. . en 1 n dist. 
h m hm 
 o-h-;;;- 
 
I()h-;;;- --,;-;;; -,;-;;: c;- 
Ycnus .........jl0 9 a 723 P 2 4G P 65 91029 a 7 5 p 2 47 P 68 7 10 38 a 654p 2 46p 70 6 
Mars ......... 1 3 p 932p Õ17 P /69 4/ 053p 924p Õ 8p69 Ij 041p 9 19 P 5 0 P 68 4 
Jupiter ....../9 4p 019p 444a212 822p1136a 4 la211 745p II 0 a 3 23 a 21 .2 
Saturn ......... 0 54 a 325 P 810 a , 25 41 019 a 249 P 734 a 25 611 39 p 212 P 657 a 25 8 
Uranus ...... 755 P 10 53 a 3 26 a
23 0 7 15 p 10 12 a 2 46 a 23 0: ü 35 p 9 32 a 2 5 a 23 1 


NOTE.-In the above Table a signifies A. .\1., andp P. bI. 


.: 

 
Dav of .... 
Wèek. 'ë) Sun cun B <1.'s JIOOll Upper 
>. !5un Sun Moon <1. 1\1. 
un Sun Moon on Declination Age on Transit of 
S lUses. Sets. Uises. Z.D. Rises. Sets. Uises. Mel'idian. Noon, S. 
oon. :\lerid. Pole Star. 
h 'In h m h m 0 h m 
 h m 
 0 II/days h m h m 8 
1 FI'iday. . .2745 575 42 Morn 19 55 595 40 
lorn 11 49 37 3 15 4024.1 7 20 0 2!} 27 
.2 SaturlhlY. :n515 585 41 3324 16 0.') 38 2111 49 19 3 38 5725.1 8 16 0 25 31 
3 SUXDAY. 
ïG15 5g 5 39 1 5029 8,G 1;) 3; 1 42 11 4!} 0 4 2 13 1 2 6. 1 9 7 0 21 36 
4 
londay. .:!77,6 1536 3 636 
i6 3.335 3 211 4842 425 2 ü 1 27.1 955 01740 
5 Tuesday. . 278 1 6 35 34 4 1942 86 55 32 4 1811 48 24 4 48 36 1 2 8.110 41 0 13 44 
6 Wednesd'J 279,6 45 33 Sets. 49 3 1 6 55 3] Sets 11 48 7 5 11 4229.] 11 2ü 0 9 48 
7 Thursday.
8016 4531 5305556 752g 52511 4750 53445 0.6Ev.11 0 553 
8 Fridny ..281,G 6;)2
 55261
6 9
2T 54311473
 55742 1.
 57 0 
57 
9 Saturùny. 2826 8 [) 2/ 6 21 G5 (j / 1 6 10,) 2,) 6 lOll 47 1/ 6 20 35 2.6 1 4G 1 EVCnm g . 
10 SUXDAY. 283 G 95 2ü 6 54 6!) 16 1I.5 23 6 4011 47 1 6 43 24 3.6 2 3511 50 9 
11 
Ionday. .284 Û 95 24 7 3471 26 12.5 21 7 1711 46 4ü 7 6 6 4.6 3 2(j 11 46 14 
12 Tuesday . 28,:) G Il5 22 8 21 71 916 14 ð 19 8 511 46 31 7 28 3 5. ü 4 Ii 11 42 18 
13 WeJnesd'J 28G 6 12;) 21 9 1971 36 155 17 9 511 46 17 7 51 14 6.6 5 911 38 22 
14 Thursday. 2876 13::; 2010 22 ß!) 216 16,j lC 10 7 11 46 3 8 13 38 7. 6 5 5'311 34 .26 
15 Friùay. . .2886 14 5 l7Il 2766 06 18.j 14 II 1511 45 49 8 35 55 8.6 6 4711 30 30 
16 Saturday. 28fJ 6 16,) 15.\lorn 61 76 205 12 i\lo."ll 11 45 37 8 58 3 9.6 7 3311 26 34 
17SUXD.\Y,t90ü17,314 33.j(j662159 2lJ114525 920 4.10.(j 818112238 
18 Monday.. :W1 G HI5 12 1 42;)0 76 225 8 1 35 11 45 13 9 41 58;11. ü 9 ] 11 18 42 
19 Tuesday. 292 ß 205 11 2 2Ð 43 56 285 7 2 4û 11 45 210 3 44,12.6 9 4511 14 46 
20 Wednesd'y 293 G 215 9 3 5837 66 2[,:j 5 3 5811 44 5210 25 20 1 13.610 2911 10 50 
21 Thursday. 2946 225 7 Rises 31 56 27 [) 3 Rises 11 44 4210 46 4714.6 II 1711 ü 55 
22 Friday . , 295 G 235 6 4 48 6 295 ] 4 4011 44 33 11 8 4;15. (j .\lorn 11 2 59 
23 Saturday. 290 , 6 2;) 5 4 5 1925 56 304: 5f! 5 (j 11 44 2411 29 Il I IG.6 0 910 59 3 
24 SUNDAY. 2!)7 6 2G 5 3 5 54 
O 66 31 4 57 5 43 11 44 1811 50 717. (j 1 510 65 6 
25 Mouday .298)6 275 1 6 4617 16 334: 55 6 3011 44 1012 10 54 , 1 18 . ü 2 (j 10 51 10 
26 Tuesday. 2Ð9 G 285 0 7 4915 56 344: 64 7 3011 44 412 31 2919.6 3 910 47 14 
27 Wednesd'J cJOO l 6 294 59 9 316 16 354: 53 8 4911 43 5812 51 52 1 20.6 4 13 1 110 43 18 
28 Thursùay. .lOl 6 31 4: 57 10 2118 6 1 6 3ü 4 52 10 10 1 I 43 53 13 12 41 2 1. ü 5 1510 39 22 
29 Friday ., :302 G 324 5G 11 3922 8 1 6 384: 5011 3111 43 4913 32 3,22. G G 1110 35 26 
30 Saturùay. ;
03 6 334 54 :.\lorn 28 16 404: 48.\lorn 11 43 4613 51 49;23. ü 7 4 1 10 31 30 
31 SUNDAY. :3046 354 52 5534 26 424: 46 5011 43 4414 11 23;24.6 7 5210 27 34 



 
.... 
c 
Þ-. 
c:: 
E.. 


TORONTO. 


QUEBEC. 


UPPER AND LOWER CANADA. 


Monthly mean Temperature, average of 17 years, 45 0 19. Mean Velocity of the Wind, average 
of 9 ;} ea!'s, 5.42 miles. Average depth of Rain and melted Snow, 2.910 inches. 
r 3 1O] 



Third FalllJIonth. 


NOVE:.\IBER, 1858. 


15 


Tw.1ight beg. or ...d,. semidinm.1 - 
l\Ioos's PHASES. 
 Toronto. Quebec. Pole Star. 
d 

 dj 
.... Toronto. Quebec. I IG t 
h m h m 
 Beg.IEnd Beg. Bnd Sun 
Ioonl 
olar I i1:
;:
 
. New Moon ...... 5,11 31 am o Spm 
I

 
__! d"tnnclnt. 4S
 

 First Quarter ... 13 3 25 pm 3 57 pm - 
o Full Moon... ...... 20 9 7 pm 9 39 pm h m'h m h m h mi' /I I /I 0 / /I 0 I 1/ 

 Last Quarter ... 27 0 17 pm o 49 pm ] 4: 596 2ÐI3 06 28116 1015 40\1 26 22.2 2 9 
([ Apogee . ... ...... 10 Noon. O. 5 pm 11 5 106 18 1 5 136 16116 12114 48;1 26 1812 2 2 
([ Perigee ............ 22,11. 2 am 11. 7 am 21 .j 226 11;) 256 7 1 16 14 16 34 1 1 26 152 1 59 


The Planet.. 


-- - ---- - -- ----- - 
NOVEMBER 1ST. NOVE)IBER 11TH. NOVEMBER 21ST. 
NAME OP IHer, On 1-. On 
ler. 
l'LA:SET, Rises. Sets. )le
i
i'n 
Zen. Rises. Sets. )leridi'n 
n. Rises. Sets. )leridi'n Z
n. 
dist. . dlst. dlst. 
-- 
 T-m- T-m- -- 
 -0- T;;- h-;t J;-:;;; () 
ohm h 'In 
Venus ......... 10 36 a 641 P 2:19 P it 61029 a 619p 224PI71 6 956a 556p 1 56 P 70 8 
1\Iars ........, o 26p 917 P/4 SIp 67 2 0 1] P 916p 4 43 P 65 7 11 53 a 916p 4 35}' G3 8 
Jupiter ...... 6 69 P (O 14 a 239a 21 2 1 6] 7 p 931 a 166 "(1 316 28p 842 a 1 7 "121 3 
Saturn...... ... 10 59 P 1 31 P 6 17 a 2591021p 052p -5 38 a 25 9 9 42 p o 13p 4 59 a 26 0 
Uranus...... ... Õ 51 P 846 a, 1 21 a 23 21 5 10 P 805 a o 40 a 23 2 4 29 P 724 a 11 54 p 23 3 


NOTE.-In tna above Table a signifies A. 1\1., and p P. M. 



 
Day of 
 TOROXTO. QUEBEC. UPPER 4
ND LOWER CANADA. 
Week. 'õ 
un I Sun's ! <r '6 1 l\1oon I Upper 

 Snn I l:\un j\loon I <I l\I. Sun [ Sun ltloon on : Declination Age on Tran:;it of 
A 
Uses. Set
 . Rises. Z. D. Ri!!es, Sets. Uises. )Iendlan, \ .J\oon, S. 
oon' l Mend. Pole Star. 
Ih m l h m h m 0 h m h m h m, h m 8 0 I /I ! da Y 8 h 1ll, h m 8 
1 Monday.. 30516 364: 51 2 840 6 1 6 43,.:. 45 2 6,I1 43 42,14 30 42 
5. 6 8 38 1 10 28 38 
2 Tuesday. 3066 38 1 4 49, 3 20:47 16 45 1 4 43 3 2011 43 4114 49 48126.6 9 23,10 19 42 
3 Wednesd'y 307 1 6 39 1 4 481 4 2854 2'6 464 42 4 31,11 43 4115 8 40 1 27.6'10 610 15 4f..i 
4 I Tlìursday .308:6 404 471 5 38 158 9 1 6 48,4 40 5 45'11 43 4315 27 16/28.610 5110 11 50 
5 1 Friùa y ..309\6 42i4 46 Sets. 163 8 1 6 494 39 l Sets. III 43 44,15 45 37/29.6:11 38,10 7 53 
6 Saturday. 310,6 43,4 451 4 52 1 '67 76 50 1 4 38 4 3811 43 4716 5 44 1 1.0 Ev.27 10 3 57 
7 SU
DAY. 311'6 44 1 4 44 5 3070 4'6 524 36 5 13,11 43 5016 21 32 2.0 1 1710 0 1 
8 
Ionday. . 312
6 434 431 6 1üj71 6:6 53 1 4 35 5 59tI1 43 55'16 39 5 3.0 1 2 9
 9 56 5 
9 Tuesday. 313'6 4714 41, 7 9'71 5'6 ó5!4 33 6 53,11 44 016 56 22 4.0 3 1, 9 52 9 
10 I
Vednesd'y 314:6 48' 1 4 40; 8 5!71 0!6 56:4 32 7 55:11 44 617 13 20 5.01 3 52! 9 48 13 
II I Thursday. 315,6 494 391 9 14'67 2'6 584 30 9 I,ll 44 1217 30 0 6.0 4 40 9 44 16 
12jFriday.. .316 1 65043810 19 1 634'659430;10 10,11 442017 46 22 7.0,527194020 
13 j Su.turday.317!6 52i4 37,11 25 1 587'7 0,4 29tI1 1811 4428,18 226 8.0 611193624 
14 ' I ' SUNDAY. 318 1 6 5414 36,Morn 153 3'7 24 27 i )Iorn 111 44 38,18 18 1J 9.0 1 6 54, 9 3
 27 
15 :Monday. .319,6 5514 35 1 32'47 3'7 44 26, 20,11 44 4818 33 36110.0 7 36, 9 28 31 
16 Tuesday. .,320 1 1 6 56,4 34\ 1 38141 0,7 54 25\ 1 38;11 45 018 48 42111.0 8 191 9 24 34 
171 \Vednesd'y'32l 6 5" \ 4 33 2 44 1 34 6'7 6,4 23 2 48'11 45 1019 3 28112.0 1 9 5, 9 20 38 
18 1 Thursday. 32216 58 4 32\ 4 028 4' 7 8,4 24 1 4 5; 11 45 23,19 17 52113. 0 9 56; 9 16 42 
19 Friday. . .323;6 59 1 4 32 5 2022 9,7 94 22'Riscs 11 45 36,19 31 56114.0:10 48, 9 12 45 
20 Saturday. 324:7 14 31,Rises 18 6,7 104 21 1 3 35,11 45 50'19 45 40j15. 0 11 48 9 8 49 
21 1 SUNDAy.3257 21430435 17124214181146 51959 1116.0
1ornI9 452 
22 Momlay. .326:7 3,4 30 5 3416 1'7 13'4 20 6 17;I1 46 2120 12 1,17.0 1 0 521 9 0 56 
23 Tuesday. .327i7 4 [ '4 29, 6 4815 7:7 }4,4 191 6 32,11 46 38,20 23 38iI8.0, 1 581 8 57 0 
24 Wednesd'y328i1 6428 8 6,17 7,7164 171 753,11 4655203654 1 19.0,3 4 1 853 3 
23 Thursday.329i7 74 27 9 27 1 21 4 1 7 18'4 171 9 1811 47 13,20 48 45 j 20.0, 4 4, 8 49 7 
26 FriJu.y ..330:7 8,4 2710 45:W 67 194 IG'10 3!) 11 47 3121 0 13121. 0 4 59: 8 45 11 
27 Saturday. 331 1 7 9;4 2G Morn 32 8' 1 7 204 16"11 57,11 47 5221 11 1922.0 5 50i 8 41 14 
28 SUNDAY. 332\7 lOj4 26 138 97 214 ]6 Morn 11 48 1221 22 0;
3. 0 6 37, 8 37 18 
29 "Monùay. . 333 1 i 114 26
 1 12 1 45 37 224 15 1 1 11 1 11 48 3321 32 16 1 24.0 7 22 8 33 22 
30 Tuesday. .33417 1314 2
, 2 24151 5!7 23,4 151 2 23t11 48 55,21 42 9 1 25. O
 8 51 8 29 25 



 
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e 
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a: 
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Monthly mean Temperature, average of 17 years, 36 0 80. 
Iean Velocity of the Wind, average 
of 9 years, 6.ó2 miles. Average depth of Rain and melted Snow, 3.223 inches. 
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16 


DECE
IBER, 1858. 


First Winter lIIonth. 


:MOON'S PHASES. 1 00 TOl'onto. Quebec. Twilight beg. or ends, 

 Semidiam. Pole Star. 

 
A .,j Toronto. 
;;., Quebec. 
. 
ew Moon.........15 
 Greate!$t 
h m h m 
 lleg. t:ml Beg. End Sun Moon Polar Elonga. 
4 5
 am 5 2t am A. M. P. Ill. A.lIi. P. M. -,- ùistance Lat. 45 0 

 First Quarter ... 13 10 11 am 10 43 am -- -- 
o Full Moon ...... 20 7 49 am 8 21 am h mh m,h mh m I "I I II 0 I 11 0 I II 
<t Last Quarter ... 27 o 21 am o 33 am 1 5 31 6 7/5 366 316 16,15 14 1 26 l
 2 1 55 
(( Apogee ............ 
 2. 1 am 2.6 am 11 5 40 6 75456 216 1714 57 1 26 10 2 1 52 
([ Perigee ............20 9.1 pm 9.6 pm 2l 5 47 6 lOi,') 516 516 1816 4f 1 26 82 14.9 


Tile Planets. 


DECIDIBER 1ST. DECmIDER 11TH. DECmIDER 21ST. 
N.niE OJ!' 
l)LAr\"ET. . On I Me'. On I Mer. On 
ler. 
RIses. Sets. )leJidi'n Z
n, Rises. Sets. Ml'riùi'n Z
n. Rises. Sets. I Zen. 
dlst. dlst. 
Ieridi'n dist. 
-- TmT;; h-:;;;- () h m h m ---;;-;;;10- -,;-;;; Tm Tm ---0- 
Yenus ......... 9 2 a 520 P I11P I G9 1 748 a 434p o 11 P 66 5 6 27 a 349p 11 8 a 63 4 
l\Iar
 ......... 11 35 a 917 p 4 2ß p;(jl 6 1114a 918p 4 16 p 59 2 10 53 a 919p 4 6p 56 5 
Jupiter... ...... 460 p 8 1 a o 27 al
1 4 4 4p 715 a 11 37 p 21 6 319 p 6300 10 52 p 21 7 
Saturn ......... 9 2 p 11 33 a 4 20 a 25 9 822p 10 53 a 3 40 al25 8 7 40 p 10 13 a 2590 25 7 
Uranus......... 349 p i 642 a 11 13 p!23 4 3 8p 6 1 a 10 32pi23 5 228p 519 a 951p 23 6 


KOTE.-In the above 
i'able a signifies A. .'\1. and p P. M. 


] D f 
 TO
OXTO. I QUEBEC UPPER AND LOWER CA
ADA. 
;;0:: ay 0 .... . 
'E Week. c Sun I Sun's <J: 's I 
loon Upper 
>. ;;> ::5Ull 
un Moon I <J: ,\1. EUll l sun Moon on Declination Age on Tran!'it of 
B. __ -=- RÌ!'es. Sets, 
 
 1 ' Rises. Sets. Rises, Meridian. I Noon, S :.. Noo
 1I1erid. 
le Star. 
h mh mh 'In 0 h mh mh '11/ h m s <:> I II days h ?n h m. s 
1 Wcdnesd'J 3357 14 4 24 3 28 1 57 3,7 254 14 3 3611 49 1821 51 3fi,26.0 8 4Ð 8 25 29 
2 Thursùav. 3:3G 7 I,') 4 2,1 4 37 62 3,7 2G 4 13 4 45 11 49 41 22 0 37'27. 0 9 34 8 21 33 
3 Friday. : . :3377 17 4 24 5 lÙj6 57 274 13 5 5611 50 422 9 15 1 28. Ü 10 22 8 17 36 
4 Saturd.ay. 3387 184 24 Sets. 69 5'7 294 12 l i Sets. 11 50 2922 17 25129. 011 11 8 13 39 
5 SUND_\Y. 33!:J 7 1!:J 4 23 4 11 71 37 304 12 3 5111 50 54 22 25 10 0.3 Ev. 3 8 9 43 
6 'Ion'1n.y.. 
407 H.l4 23 5 ] 71 6'7 304 ]2 44;,11 51 ]922 32 28 1.3 54 8 Ó 46 
7 Tue
dllY . :3417 20423 6 070 5'7 31'4 12 1 5 4ß 11 61 4522 39 20 2.3 1 46 8 1 50 
8 / Weùnesd'y ;342 7 214 23 7 2 G8 
h 32,4 12 6 4f! 11 52 1222 4,') 45 3.3 2 34 7 57 53 
9 Thursùay. 343,7 224 23 7 5864 7,7 33:4 12 7 4711 52 3922 51 44 4.3 3 12 7 53 57 
101 Friday ..3447 234 23 9 12 GO 37 34'4 ]2 9 511 53 622 67 16 5.3 4 (j 7 50 0 
11 1 Satnrday. 345 1 7 244 2310 1755 2:7 3Gi4 11:10 1111 53 3423 2 20 6.3 4 48 7 46 4 
12 SU
D.\Y.34{j7 234 2311 2249 67 3641]i11 2111 54 223 659 7.3 530 742 7 
13 Momlay. . 34717 264 23 
Iorn 43 57 38 1 4 n'Morn 11 54 3023 11 7 8.3 6 11 7 38 10 
14 Tue
day.. 348 1 7 274 23 2837 47 38 1 4 12 29 11 54 5!:J 23 14 46 9. 3 6 54 7 34 14 
I,')' Weùnesd'y 3497 274 24 1 3631 27 394 12 1 4011 55 2823 17 5910.3 7 41 7 30 17 
16 1 Thursday. 350,7 28424 250254739'413 25711 555723204511.3 84172620 
17 Fridny. . .351 7 284 2[, 4 1720 67 40 1 '4 13 4 2711 56 2823 23 3 12.3 9 27 7 22 24 
18 Saturday. 352' 1 7 29:4 25 5 28 1 17 2'7 40,4 14 5 42 11 56 5623 24 5113.310 28 1 7 18 27 
]!ì I SU:NDAY. :353 7 30,4 25 Rises 15 7,7 424 14 j :Rises 11 57 2623 26 13114.311 35 7 14 31 
20 
Ionclay. .354 1 7 314 25 4 19 7 424 14 4 311 57 56 23 27 7,15.3 I\Iorn 7 10 34 
21 Tuesday. 3557 314 2(j 5 4016 5'7 4314 141 5 2611 58 2523 27 31 / 16.3 42 7 6 37 
22 \ Wednesd'y 35G 7 324 26 7 419 67 43,4 15i 6 5211 58 5523 27 88 ]7. 3 1 48 7 2 41 
2
 Thursùay. 357 1 7 32,4 27 8 2725 47 4414 151 8 20 11 59 2523 26 5G 1 18.3 2 48 6 58 44 
')4 1 Friday. .3387 324 2; 9 4580 37 44:4 16 9 41 11 59 55 
3 25 56119.3 3 42 6 54 47 
25' Sa.turday . 359 1 7 32'4 29 11 030 87 44 ' 4 17 10 5
1 12 0 2523 23 28;:W. 3 4 32 6 50 50 
2G I SUNDAY. 3GO l 7 32'4 2fJ 1 :\Iorn 43 47 44'4 18 :\Iorn 12 0 5528 22 31:21. 3 5 19 6 4G 54 
27 Monday .361 7 334 80 1 1049 87 45 1 4 18 13 12 1 2523 20 5122.3 6 31 Iì 4:! 57 
28 i Tuesday. . 362
7 334 30 1 2155 8 ' 7 45!4 19 1 2612 1 5 t 23 17 12!23.3 6 48! 6 39 0 
29 Wednesd'y'363,7 33.j 32 2 2961 1 7 46 1 4 20 2 37 12 2 2223 13 51 14.3 7 321 6 35 4 
30IThursday.'3û4 ' 7 33'4 32: 3 3765 5,7 45:421 34812 25323 10 2
:).3 820 1 6 3! 7 
31, Friday. . .365,7 341: 33 4 4368 87 4,')'4 21 4 57 12 3 2323 5 4526.3 9 8 6 2, 10 
:Monthly mean Temperature, average of 17 years, 26 0 02. Mean Velocity of the Wind, average 
of 9 years 7.73 miles. Average depth of Rain and melted Snow, 2.979 inches. 
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1858. ] 


MOXTHLY REGISTER. 


17 


HOLY DAYS, ANNIVERSARIES, AND RE
IARKABLE EVE KTS. 
I 
I 


I FEBRUARY. I 
1& This Is the first month of the year; itf. Zodiacal , 
 This 
Ionth has AQCARIUS, or the Water-bearer, for 
, si
n is C.\PRICOR'WS. 01' the Goat; it derhes its name its Zodiacal t'ión; its nam is from the Februa. or Sit.- 
': frum Janus, a deity repre80nted by the l{omttns vdth cdficcs offered to the manes of the gods at this sen- 
'! two faces. . ,1 son. 
1 1 
, 1 F Ci.rcumci
'imz. 
'I 2 
 Hamburg inundated by Elhe, which ro 
, ' , I <; S 
nd Sunda!/ ajZer Christmas. 
4 U Great Snow Storm in London. England 
{; r Lord Plunket died. 185.t.. 
( W Epiphan!/. .French defeated before Sha 
7 r Fenelon'died.I715. St, Anthony died 
if f-
' Unh'ersity of }'arma inaugurated. IS;;5 
. 
:5 Bread riots in J<:xeter, ]
ngland. 1854. 
11 S 1st Sund<IY after Epiphan!/. Miss Mitfi 
ill U Dr. Warneford died 1855, 
; i 1:! r Queen Dowager of Sardinia died. 1$55. 
'J 1;' \\ f-
arthqllake at Finana in 8j1:tin, 1
5!. 
'11
 r Chinese rebelR capture Kanh.in, 1854. 
1;, F Greek insur. at l<adwitza, Lower Alban 
,If ::! J!'onnd. stone IIospitltl of Princess, lUadr 
, 
 liS 2nd Sund. aft. Epiphany, .. John 0 'Gau 
' 1 1
 
I X ew !loyal Chap,-I, Berlin, CODsccr' 'ted 
I Hi r Great hnd slip near Perth, ScoUa ,1S 
1 2" W -\.bout 10.000 tons of chalk fell from Do 
, 21 T 1 a 
Ionnaie Theatre, Brussels, burnt, 1 
22 J!' W. Theologkal Seminary, Alleg-hanny, 
2: :'\ Earthquake at 
ew Zealand 18;'5. 
; I' S .Jrd Sund.:ty after Epiphany. 
: 2.., \1 Con't-er8ÍfJn of St. Ptlul. 
' 1 2t r Town of'l'apllla, on the )lississippi bur 
2, W The .. Liverpool" wrocked oft. hl,md of 
, J 2" r Tho Panama Railway cvmpleted. 1855. 
f' 2
1 P The Abel'de.on )Iinistry re
i..!lled. 1855. 
,I 30":: Charks 1. lúurtyr. Xapoleon III. marr 
: i 
 S -"
p tua[}
sima. Guy 'Fawkes e"\:l'cuted, 


JA
UARY. 


JIARCH. 


] " 
fie 20 f.1655. 
 r 
:J \\ 
, 1854. ,1 r 
:. 
' 
nghai. 18,j5, ( -; 
. aged 11);). í S 

 , 
fJ r 
ord d. IS55. 10 \\ 
llr 
1:: J!' 
1:1 
 
U" 
ill, IS:)!, 1. \ 
id, laid 18;'3. 1C r 
nt" w.1S;;!. 17 " 
.1f'5!. 1
 r 
53. ]9 F 
ver cliffs,'õ3 2u" 
8;;5. 21 S 
burnt, 1854. 2:.: 
ær 
2-1 \ 
25 t' 
nt, 1854-. 2t P 
Barra, lS5,1. 27 " 
2E S 
il'd, 1853. 
1606. 
r; with tbe cp 
be derived its 
aeal sign is .Ap 
fort 
rp()t)l, 1854. 1T 
rc) d. 18;;;;. 21<' 
3
 
13 days, '5t. 4S 

t. b. 1855. 5 \ 
6T 
ard, 1851. 7\\ 
8T 
91<' 
10 S 
llS 
!!lost, 1857. 1:! \1 
alford. 1854. 13 T 
d,18,j3. l!' 
s, 1792. 15 l' 
S. rat. 11';55. hìF 
i ditJd, 17G8. 178 

. Sterne 1t-. S 
cd, IS55. 19 \1 
20 T 
raJtar,1855. 2] \ 
,1%-1,. 22 r 
York.lS53, 23F 
died,1';06. 2-1 S 
. [1159-1. 2;; S 
ng. lllcorp. :!f; 'I 
27 l' 
s!>ia, 1854. 2' \ 
29T 
30 }<' 
;):>. 


I jl!tlar!1 
f1m brgins. Parliament House, Quebec, 
t>m'f1icution nf H, v: Mary. [burnt. 1854. 
rudian Uailway fl'. Cl\lcutta to Ranegunge, o. h,,j5. 
Fire in X. Orleans; 20 lives and i steamers 1. 1854. 
t'he 'furkscrOi8 the Danube near Gllirgevo, 1%4. 
Frenchagain repulsed by rtJbels at Shanghai,1855. 
.'ý>
gesima. 
1 Chir-ago and 
nssissippi Railway opened, IS5á. 
\liIan placed in a state of siege, 11>...3. 
. \
ueen VICtoria married, 18,10. 
Clouse fell in Islington, London, 'i lives lost, IS;;;). 
I he University of l'avia closed, 18;;3, 
J1.1llary [:crm rnblJ, Eal.thquake at 8t. Lucia, lS5t. 
QuinrJ.lwgesima. St. fãlentine. 
1 Count Teleki, l'resident Hungarian Acad d.1S
5, 
Sltr01Je T'/USday. SemilJante fl'igat.e 1Of:,t. 1855. 
V Ash JJédntSday. Shanghai retaken by Imp. 185;;. 
Thames blockaded with ice, 1855. 
Bread riots in Liverpool, IS55. 
Palace at Prague burnt, 1855. .J. Uume d. 1855. 
1st Sunday in Lent. Treaty bet. U, S. & JlIp!1D, '55. 
VI: Bread riots in London, 18;;5. 
Charles Frederic Gauss, mathem:ltician, died, 18,j,:;. 
\" St. ,
IuUhias. 
Great fire In Tonlon dockyard, 1853. 
Fearful inundation at Flint Harbour, 1853. 
Abbe Lamennais died at Paris. 185-1, 
'1.nd Sttnd. in Lent. Doncaster Church burnt, 1b53. 


I 
 l\larch is the third month of the yea 
ì: ancients it '\fiS th... first. The name is said to 
: ' from that of ""lrs, the God of War; its Zodi 
! I P IS CES, the Fbhes. 
] 'I St. David, "City of Glasgow" left Lh'e 

 t' 
icholas I. died 1855. Dupont (de l'Eu 

 \\ C{)pley }'ielding died, 1855. 
4 L' .. Lightnirg" clipper, Boston to L'pool 
5
' Sophia.Yretlrica-Dorothea-.Josepha of Au 
1 ,1 f., BIshop of Salisbury died, 1854. 
7 ;; :Jrd Sumla.v in Lent. Smith O"Brien p 
, I:< \I Count Thihalldean died 1!;5-1" 
: 
 9 L' ,-\mericus Yesj}ucius born, 1451. 
. 10 \\ [nfante Don Carlos of ::;pain died 1855, 
' I ll r Cholera prevalent at Glasgow, 18;,.)" 
I 1

' De",jardinCaillÙ.G.W.R.accident,6:.Jlive 
Il l:;., Jud
e Talfollrd die'l . on the hench at f't 
J.j. S !th Sund,
y in Lent. Gen. lIa} nall die 
1& \1 wrd COl'11wam" defeated the American 
1.. r Reciprocity Treaty between Eng. & U. 
1i \\ St. Patrie/;;. 
Iii r Princess .Loui
a CaroJine Alberta, b. lS 
1!J
' Railway from Madrid to AILacetc open 
20::! .-\ violent storm at .'\Iarseilles, lSii3. 
21 
 .ïth SUlIrlayin vnt. "'earful gale at Gib 
. :J2 \1 Hobart Town inundated a second time 
:23 r Father GavltZzi pubJidy rec/'Ïved at X. 

 \\ Q. Elizaheth died, 1003. John Evelyn 
25 r Annunciatitm B. V. J[ary. 
2rj
' Duke of Cambridge b.18l!J. BankofE 
'.!; 3 Duke of Portland dil'd, IS:.!. 
213 S Palm Sunda.1I. War decJnreù with Eu 
11 2
t 'I Kin:;!; of Swo>den Hhot, 17B2. 
30 r Lord'Iet.:alf. Governor General. 1S13, 
; 
1 W )!rs. Ni(' hol
t
rJotte Brfl

e) 
ed. !8 
ß 


APRIL. 
This is the fourth month (If the year, baTing Cor I 
Zodiacal si.;n ABlES, the Ram, Its Latin name 
nUs, is t-d.ken frolU Aperio, Si.sIlif) ing to open or set I 
h. 
Canada repayed English loan (20 years) due this 
tJuod Priday, [day, 1854. 
,'rof. Wilson died at Edinburgh. 1851. 
CAI:!TER SU:SD\Y. Brit, Fleet sail&diorBaltic. 18;;5. 
I Canada discovered, U
'9. . 
Planet Circe dispoV"ered by JI. Cb3COrzmc, 1855. 
. Prince Leopold-George-Duncan-Albert born, 18;'3. 
The great Ganges c.mal opened, 1854. 
Second bombardment of Sebastopol corn., 1855. 
rornado in Rllngpoor. Bene;,ù, 1854. 
Lst Sunday ajta Easter. Low Sunday. 
Rodney's Victory, 1iS
. 
Catholic Emancipation, 182
. 
\" Peace with "'rance, 1814. 
:\!ar"hal M. St. Arnaud jl'>ins army in the East IS;;! I 
1,:JOO sq, miles ofIand inund. in Hungary, 18':;5. 
Blockade of Liban commenced, 1855. I 

nd Sunday after Easter. 
l'heatre at New Orleans burned. 1855. II 
Planet Lencothia discovered by Luther, lS55. 
f I':mp. Kapoleon returns to France fL"Om Eng. 1855. 
Disastroull fire at Philadelphia lS55. 

.G
gèsDay. ' 
I':mp. of AustI'Ï6 mar. Elizabeth oCUa\arla, 1854. 
1rd Sunday aftrr Easf.er, St. Mark. 
ßrure. the traveJIer, died, 179t. 
Little Wallachi3 eva!'uated by Russians, 1851. 
f Bombardment of Seb:lstopol suspended, 18,')5. I 
.. Ocean Wave" bur. near I\:ingston, 28 livel!l, '53, I 
.sir Henry Bishop, the composer, died, lS55. 


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18 


1tIONTHL Y REGISTER. 


[1858. 


IIOLY DAYS, ANNIVERSARIES, AXD REJ\IARKABLE EVEKTS. 
1 1 
'I 
I, 
I H May, the fifth month of our year, WII.
 the second 
:, in the old Alb.m Calendar; our Saxon ancestors, ane 
1 ' 1 the Homans, called it /JIaiw Month. Zodiacal sign 
TAURUS the Bull. 
I 1.:1 1 St. Philip and St. James. Erup. of Vesuvius, 1855 
2 S .ltlt Snnday after Easter. M..hemet Ali ret. lSð5. 
I 3 
l l ' Barque .. Juhn " for Quebec lost, 194 pel"ish,1855, 
I I 4 L' 
iege(lfQuebecraised 1776. Bat.of::\eringliplltam 
5 w Sir !tobert 11. ln
lis died, 185
. [lí99 
() T The "}<;llterprise" Artie ship ar. at Portsm. 1
55. 
í F I:'\urwalk ralh.-ay accident, U. S., 45 lives lost, 1853 
. S 
 l1'lte 'l'urks captured Czernllvoda. IS;)!. 
'I 9 S 5th Sunday aJter Easter. Rogation. 
10 .\1' Battle of Lodi, 1i96. 
, 11 r Lord Chatham died, 17iS. 
I, 12 W Dublin International Exhibition opened, lS53. 
; 113 T A>cpnsinn-day. 
" U F Abbas Pasha, Viceroy of El!ypt, died, 1554. 
I 15:; l'aris Universal Exhibition inagurated, ]S55. 
i' Hi S Sunday after Ascem-ion. 
, 1i 
I t'aßtrr i1::rrm brgins. 
18 T L'he Qneen distribntes CrImean medals. 1855. 
I' 19 W ..ir C.lla.'ot d. 1843. Christopher Columbus d. 1506 
Ii 2U T l'he" A
rora" of Hull foundered, :z6 lives 1. 1Rð3 
21 /; Hints at 
lontreal, 18J2. Maria Edgworth d, 1
49. 
2:! S \lungo Park, first voyage, lí95, 
2:\ 
 Whit Sunday. Pentecost. 
U 
I Queen Victoria born, 1819. 
2;, T Admiral Corry's squndl'on f'. from Plymouth, 1853. 
:W W Haydn died, 1809. Calvin died, 1564. 
27 L' L'he .. :r-;eptune" f;teilm
hip totally wrecked,1853. 
2
 F Boiler of !5tr. I nkerman expo in Turonto Har.!! lives 
29 S I!:astrr {!J':rrm rn'tJß. CharUs II, rest01'cd. [lost, '5i. 
30 8 / 1'rinit y Sunday, 

1 U Dr. Kane sailed on 


nd.

c!
c

p
<!i
 
n.1S53. 


1\IA Y. 


JUNE. /I 
I 
o Thla is the sixth mouth of the year, and has for 
r its sión UEMINI, the Twins, The must prubable deriva- 
, tion of its name is frum Juno, in honour of whom a 
testivAl WitS celebrded at the beginning of the mouth. 
11' fhe Dey of Tunis died, 1855. 
, I 2W [Huts in London, 178U. 
3 l' J.{ousseau died, I7il). 
-1 F !tear Adwiral Boxer died at llalaklava. 1855. I 
5 :; 0hio and 
lississipi Kail way opened, 1857. I 
() S 1st Sunday after l'rinily. Ureat tire )lontreal, lS03. 
7 \1 .Hamelon taken by the }<'rench, 1855. I 
8 l' Douglas Jt!rrolddied, 1857. Ho\lil:u:, N. S.l!et.lí49.' 
9 \\ uavtlzzi Kiots in l\lontrtoal, lð53. I 
10 r <Jrystall'abce, SJ'denham, optJLed by the Q. IS54. 
11 '" St. Barnabas. j 
1
 S ureat tomado and loss oflife near Utica, N. Y.1857, 
1:.; S :.!.nd Sunday after l'rinity. I 
14 \1 J.'he" Lochmaben Cast.le" wrecked. lS55. 
}f} l' .\1ontreal re-laken by the Ikitish, 1í7tJ. 
1fo W rhe" Cherokee" from 'l'oronto ar. at Liverp.1853, 
1í r \Jadame I:5ontag dicd of Cholera at ltlexieo, 1854. I 
1!' F Hattle of Waterloo, ]!;}5, 
]9 S 
. York City Uuards entertained at Montreal IS55. 
2U 8 J1'd Sunday aftrT Trinity. Q. Vie. accession' 183i. I 
21 \1 proclamation of Queen 'ictoria, 1837, ' I 
22 l' .\1aehiavel died, ]5:.!.7. 
2:3 n doorge IV. died, 1830. 
2-i I' St. Juhn Baptist. Newfoundland discovered, 1494. 
25 ", Battle of ll.mnockburn, 1314. [lost, ]8
7. 
2tj S Steamer" }lontreal" burnt near Quebec, 263 lives 
27 8 !tIL Sunday after '1 rinity. 
28 }l Lord Uaglan died before Sebastopol, 1855. 
291' St, Peter. 
30 W Sir P. L. Maitland, Lieut.-Gov. of Canada, 1820. 
AUGUST. 
[!. This month was named by the Romans August, 
in compliment to the Lmperor AugushlB. It is the 
eighth month in the year. Its Zorliacal sign is LEO, the 
Liun. 
118 9th Sunday after Trinity. 
2 
1 The Reciprocity Treaty rntified, 18;;4. 
3 r fhe " l:òhandon " of UJasgow burnt at sea, 1854. 
4W :;heIley born, 1792. 
5'f Battle of Hrownston, lS12. 
{j!<' l'he Turkish advanced guard ent, Ducharest, 1854. 
íð Yellow fever raging at .New Orleans, 1853. 
8S 10th Sunday aþer l'rinity. 
9 \l 'Traces of Sir J. Franklin's expedition discov. 1855. 
HIT Hurricane in Darbadoe!', 1831. 
11W lmmen!'e fossil tree discov. in Airdriequarry, ISM. 
1:! I' Lord Castlereagh committed suicide, Uì22. 
13F Jeremy Taylor died, 1ßtii. 
US Printing invented, H37. 
15 S 11th Sunday ofier Trinity. 
1(, \1 Ben Johnson died 16
7. 
lí T Gen. Hunter, Li"ut.-Uovernor, li99. 
U,W Lieut. llellot lost ill the ice, in Arctic regions, lS54. 
19 l' Hoyal George sunk, 1í82. 
211 F Great Hurricane Jamaica, 17
2. 
2] S Ur. A. Clarke died. 18:32. I 
2:! S lith Sunday after Trinity. 

1 
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t. I1<.l1.tMlmnew, 
25 \\ Llerschel died, ]822. 
2f T ;reat }ire in JamaJca, lS-13. 
2
 F ßattle of Lon
 Island, 17i6. 
2<; iI LliIl abolishIng slavery, ro)'al assent, 1833. 
29 S \:3t1t Sunday after TJ-illity. 
3l 
1 Gilbert A. A'Hpckett, died, 1856. 
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JUL Y. 



 .July i!! the seventh month of the year-nccording 
to .m,'IPllt reckonin!!; it was the fifth. l\l:trk Anthony 
,fencminated it July, in compliment to Jnlius Cæsar, 
who was born in it. CANCER, the Crab, is its sign. 


1 l' First pre.paylag letters by stamps in Portugn.l, '53. 
:: F ûreat fire in 8t. John's, .Newfoundhmd, 185-i, 
:., S The King of the Belgians visit8 the Qneen, 1855. 
-1 8 ;)th Su1Ulay after 'ihnity. 
5 U rurks croll!' Danube and engage Russians, 1854. 
t r 
at.ional Theatre. Philadelphia, burnt, hiM. 
, í W ::;ir K Parry, Artic discoverer, died, IS55. 
"L' \1iunesota, a t.own in California, burnt, 1854. 
{j F ({ouen visited by terrific hail-storm, 1853. 
ll' =' )lail St"amer .. Quito" lost near I1ausco, 1853. 
I 11;; 6th 
3unday after Trinity. 
I I:.! \1 Americans bombard and destroy Grey town. IS54. 
i 1 13 l' ')ver 200 hOU!;eR burnt at Sacramento. 1854. 
i I U W AbbaR Pasha, Viceroy of Egypt, d. at Bemlah. 1854. 
' I I;) r Ilailstorm at Toronto: stones 2XI in. fel:, 1853. 
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11 1
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'unday alter Trinlty. 
19 '1 ßoat with 3 men goes over Falls of Niagara, 1853. 
1 ,20 r gart.hquake in 'he Pyrenees, ]834. 
,I 21 W Copenha1o(en devastated by Cholera, 1853. 
, 

 l' \lr. Hind discovered a new Planet, 1854. 
I' 2:: F Union of Canada Hssented to, 1840. 
, 1 2
 
 (rish rebellion, 1803. 
I if)'" 8th Sllndny after lri1l.ity. St. James. 
21 \1 CoI()rid
e died. 183t. 
2i r The" Cab-Rtrike" takes place in London, 1833. 
2' \\" I.,ord Durham died, Ib-W. 
2
, r Turks defeated at the battle of Bayazide. 1854. 
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' (}reat hurricanef; in .Jamaica, 17S-1 and 1í90. 

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MONTHLY REGISTER. 


HOLY DAYS, AXNIVERSARIES, AND RE:\IARKAllLE EVENTS. 
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R.
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SEPTE.
\1BER. 


I! TIJ1 This is tIle ninth month of the yeAr. though anci- 
" ently the seventh; ht'nce its name. Sfl'lem, and im.ber. 
Ii ' from the ,'ainy 8C>I'IOn usually commendug at this 
period. Zodiacal sign VIRGO, the Virgin. 
I 1 W Feargns O'Connor died. 18;)5. 
I 2 r ;}reat. Fire in London, L666. 
3
' rbe King of La!rlJs died suddenly, 1853. 
4:! 14th Sunclay a.ßer Trinity. [1833. 
5 S 
rinit!! í!i:rrm rnbs. Briti-h t.roops
ailcd f,)r' arna, 
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Üed for the Crimea, 185!. 
8 W .\I,Llakoff taken and Scbast"pol evacuated, 1855. 
! 9 r I Another portion of Table Itock fell. 1
;;:3. 
10 J! Arctic ship" Itesolute" f.)und by Ampricans, 18;);). 
11.
 '1'erriffic storm of wind and rain in the Crimea, lS55. 
I 1:! S 15th Sunday l
ftpr Trinity. 
1 1 13 \I D"ath of General Wolf. 1Iot. Qupbec, 1 i 59. 
I 14 r Duke of Wellington died. 1";;:3. 
!, 15 W \few York surrendered. l;jïj, 
. 1 16 . - r [naug. of Don Pedro V. I\:ing of Portugal, 1855. 
I 17 FOr. .Johnson born, 1in9. 
I 18" Quebec capitulated. 1759. 
i 19 S IHth Sundl1Y ofter frinily. 
! 20 \I Oemc.rara retaken by the Eritish, 1803. 
II 21 r St. Alatthew. 
, / '2:3 W Crown of Hungary delivered to Emp. Austria,lS53. 
: 2::1 r Boerhave died, 1738, 
!' 24 F ßoulogne Theatre burnt, 185-1. 
11 25" Columbus's second voyage, U92. 
:.!6 S lith Sunday ojùr Trinit.y. 
:!, \1 1 ':!teamer.. Arctic" lost. and 312 persons perish, '54. 
1 12S T ßartbquake at Hong Kong, 11:;54. 
I 2
' \\ St. "[ie/lOel. 
:130 r a"""" ,,-hittiold d'''', mo. 
;, NOVE)IBER. 


ì TIl. This month, whose Zodiacal sign is SCORPIO, the 
i 
eOl'pion, is, in common with some of the oth..r months, 
I indebted for Its name to KOlllulus. with whom It. was 
! the 9th month-it is now the eleventh. 
] \1 AU Slims. 
2 r Great loss of property &: life by inund. at Cork. '53. 
3 W Roman Catholic University. Dublin, opened, 185-1. 
4 l' l'urks defeat Russians at Oltl'nit.za. 1
ii3. 
5 F GUll-powder Plot. Battle of Inkerroan, 185!. 
6 S Riots in Montreal, 183;. 
i S :!3rd Sunday I1J1pr Trinity. 
ti \1 :51i
ht earthquake felt at :\1alt". 1855. 
9 T Ald. Salomous. first Jew Lord :\Iayor London 1855. 
10 W \l.l.rtiallaw prOf'laimed in 8anthal dishict. ÌS55. 
11 T l<:arthquake at .Ieddo, 30,000 persons lost. 1855. 
I:! F Charles Kemble. the great actor, died 185-1. 
1::1:5 Sympathisers at. Prescott. 1838. ' 
1 
 S 2-l/h Sunday fIfler Trinity. 
15 :\1 .fRíefJadmas 
tTm begins. 
Iii T lIeubens born, 1571. 


 
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HI F lIattle of Navarino. 18
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20 S Gape dnubled. 1491. 
21 S !;)th Sltnduy after Trinity. Gen. Markham, d. '55. 
2:! \[ Liverpool vi
ited by heavy snow St01"I11, 185-1. 
11 2.1 T King of Sardinia arrives in P.uis, 1855. 
24 W :'eace with Ameril''J., 1Rlt. 
2:) L' 'larshal Soult dit'd. 1832, 
21. F \'pw York evapuated, 1iS3. 
27,.: ffiiebaehnas {[erm rnbs. 
2:- S 1.<t Sllndav in Artvent. 
/ 29 \J I'olbh Revolution, 1830. 
30 T St. Andrew. Kin
 of Sardinia arr. in Eng. 1855. 


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OCTOBER. 



 Optober, in the year of Romulus, was 
what its name implies, the dghth mouth. 
us it is the tenth. Sign in the Zùdiac, Lm 
I l.Ia1ance. 


I 1rF Peace of Amiens.lSOI. 
2 S Quebec and Rh'hmond R'Ülroad opened. 1854. 
3 1 5 i8/1t Sunday af/er Trinity. 
4 
l Bi
hop Heller died 183:.>- 
;;iT Hattie of the Thames, 1813. 
61W fenny Lind born, 1b:!O. 
i'l' ['eaee with America. 1783. 
8: I<' 
t.,anwr" E. K. Cullins" burnt on L'lke Erie. 18:>-!. 
I viS l'he blopkade of the Wbite Se:!. Is rai:!ed, IS55, 
11U,S 19th Slll?df1Y ajkr Trinity. 
I lli
l America di
"ovel'ed. un I 
1
 T William Penn born, 174ii. 
113'\\ Quepnston takea 1812. 
! U!T Ticket of Leave system came into operlltion, 1853. 
151 F L. Eo Landon died, 18ö8, I 
1fì:S Kosciusco died, 1817. 
11;:S :!.Otlt Sund. ofe. Trin. Sie
e of Sebastapolcom. 'M. 
11":\1 St. Ln.',I', Battle of Leipsk, lS1a. 
191 r Dean Swift died. 1745. I 

O \\" Kirk White died, 180fì. 
:n!T 1J0,""lger Duchess of W urtemburl! d. at ParIs. lS54.1 
2:!. F .'ir Willh
m :\Ioleswort.h died, 1855, I 
":18 Battle of Balalduva. 18;;4. I I 
2! S 
lst Sllnrfny u..frer Trinit.'l. 
2;;':\1 Bllttle of Agincourt, U15. I 
21ì:T I3l1ptiste Creek accident, G. W. R. 47 kill('d, 1854' 1 
"l.,; W '1ort h- W est Pa
sage discov. by Capt. McClure, 1b51. 
2S,1' St. Sillion and ò1. Jude, 

V,F 
ir Walter Raligh behpaded. Hil8. I 
30,S ,1. Goujon. }'rench Astronomer, died, 1856, 
31,S :!:.! nd Sunday nfter Trinity. Hallow J
ve, _I 
1 Thæ month
:
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, moo, j 
recl.'ming is the twelfth and Inst of the year. has for i 
it!! ZDdiaeal 
ign SAGITTARIUS, the Archer. With the 
Romans it. was the tenth. 


] wlBOnllP!irte crownpd, 1804. 
2 l' !t!ueen Adehide died, 18.t9. 
3 F I Hamilton & TurontD HaÏlroad opened, 1855. 
oJ:! Cardinal Richelieu died, 1&12. 
5 S 2nd Sundi),Y in Advent. 

 
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8 W , 'concl'ption B. f": ltLJ.ry. Milton born, 1608. 
9 r Lord Clarendon died, 16i 4. 
10 F I Wilna t:tken bV Russia, 1812. 
11., Charles XII. killt'd, lil8. 
Ii S 3rd Sunday in Advent. 
1
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ew Ze:tland discovered, 1642. 
14 t' Washington dkd. 1799. 
15 W Re-int.erment of Xapolo;on, 1840. 
16 r Great Fire at. New York, 1835. 
17 
. Yirst. Lowðr Canada Parliament, 1;02, 
IF- 3 Sir Humphry Davy born, li7S. 
19 S 41h Sunday in Advent. BattlfO of Xil\gara, 1813. 
211 \[ [AJuis Napoleon proclaImed, 1818. 
21 r St. TlwTnfls. (:!2) Pi:
rims landt'd at. Plym.1e
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2:! W [nsurrection in .Jam9.ica, Martial law, lS
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t S 1st Sunday oftpr Christmas, St. Stephen. 
27 \1 St. John the Eva'/1Qel:ist. 
1 21' T 'nnOCl'nt,
' Da.lI. 
29 W :-;ir A. Alison born, 1i02. 
311 T .'I'sult Soci"ty founded, 1535. 
3] 1<' he Year ends. 
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METEOROLOGICAL OnSEIlV..\TIOXS. 


ABSTRACT OF l\IE'lEOROLOGIC AL OllSEUV ATIOl-
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l'I8gne
Ï<"nl tJl}!;cr,'ntol';J., Toronto, Cann(la 'Vest, 
Tor the JPI:r of our Lord 1',,;;: wml,ilpcl flOm Reports. &c., pnblh.hed in the C:lnadian Journul. 


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Jan. _5.9;> 49.0 -5A .)4.4 ,_9.631),) "30.5..
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Feb. 15.41 39.0 -25.4 64.4 ':!9.6i-l81 :30.0"1' 29.1ï:!,Ù.fJlt>14 \ :;ual (\ .U.38 l.íiO 21.S1 2114 1:. 811.71 X. 

j w. 8.17 0 
)Iar. :!8Aü .49.4 -2.!' .;2.3 j29.5129 30.0791 :2S.í\l'
 1.:!S7 3] ::9.8:!:U li.]5 1AS5 18.1' 5 1 11 I:, .81rJií I X. H W. 9.95 0 
April 4:!..t:.\ .ro.4 10.. i8.7 1:29.6539, 29.9
1!i 29.:2:::
 0.7ß5H' 1 55.021 2 2:!.10 2.o3a I.G 8 3' , 111 .75,.51 
. 36 W. i 57 5 
}lltY, 53.07 7i.5 33.l 14.5 129.6513' 2!I.902129.2S:30.61931 f.ì0.
:j' 837.l;S :!.!i!i5 0_9 f:2 2:1.fi5 .40
. 1 W. ;;.93 3 
June ;;9.93 91.5 3G.
 ;5.3 129.5]31' 2!J.1'11 \ 21'.942 0.S(j9 
9' 1 78.i2'1l 48.1'5 4070 1 ...... 17 ...ll:J .71\!.I35 X. 69 W. 5.70 4 
July 6í.9;J 9:!.8 49.:d3.6 !29.01l112Q.f'::1
 2!J.3:\i,IJ.J9lil!1 70A51 i 5RUa R2-15 1 ...... gl... 1!-.79.59'S.19W. ü.4i13 
Aug. 64.01' 83.5 40.û -13.5 1 29.(j530,30.01
1 29.1300.S!-9 3 1 7-l.ti7 
7 5:!.93 1.-155 ...... 7,...1:U .7-11.4-1.\". (j:3 W. tiJ}i 5 
::5ept, 59.49 82.6 :J:J.l. 19.6 :!9.i211 3ù.09
' 29.2-1i'O Rl;.l:! i:3.0519 44.1
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Oct, 4;).3:1 68.0 22.1 15.4 1:!9.5514 29J}:2:\: 
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. 50.13 :!\I 24.80 4.500 3.01 8 61 1C .a.60,
. ff\ w. 10.81 0 
Dec. 26.99 47.0 -5.
 .j2.2 1 29.i02
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The mean temperat.ure of the year 1:,;,5 wa.'! 43 0 ,Ç)" or 
1)0.29, below the average of 16 years. 'fhi<; "as ("allsed by 
the great Imd continued depres"ion in Ft'bruary. for which 
there w:t
 no adequate compensation duriug the rest ('f thío 
year, noh.. ithstamling that the mean temperature of pvpry 
month was above the average, with the exception of Fd>- 
ruary, 
larch. June and August, 
i'h" hot.te.
t month in the year was July. and the colcJe"t 
F<.Jhruary. 'fhe climatic difference wa<; 52:).5. \\ hkh is b O ,8. 
Ibove the average, and 1 0 ,1, greater than in t.he preceding 
'"e;,q,r 
, The mean tCl
perature of February was 1;;0.4. whieh is 
the lowe
t. monthly temperature on recnr.1. except that of 
Feb. IS43. when the temperature of the month "as 14 0 .5. 
The lowest te:nper.ltnre ever recordetl.-23:).4, oc("urred 
.m l't,brUllry Cth. '.rhtJ Ivwest that e,'er oc('urred befì.re 
ilaving been on .Janll'1rv 17. l
iù, Vo hen it íèJ\ to _1&0.4. 
'[he hotte!-t daJ was .July 19th, with a mean tl'luperature 
790.45; anl1 the ('( l<lest day jJ'e1"Jruary Oth. when the mean 
temllemture of the day was-l-JP.::S. It is to be notked 
that the cL.ldest d;\y, February lith. "as also the d.ly in 
which t.he lowest temperature occuned. The mean tl:'l11- 
?erature of the day was nearly WO lower than that. of any 
Jay ever hetìJre expprienced 'Lt the OLservatory, 
The grùat(.
t daily rall
e WitS a9 o .4. and occurred on 
!1.Ly 24th, 'fhe rltllge of the wh'll,> year from _:!
0.4. on 
February Gth. to H:!0.
, on .]uly 19th, was 11&0.2; the :.:;reat- 

st YPllrly r.lõI
e that occur.ed in pltst years b.ning bt'en 
111 0 ,3, in 184ti, 
Tht're have been -1:! in<;tllnces in which the t...mpt'raturPR 
at the hours of observation have d,., il.lted more t.han :..'1)0 
{rom the normal m Irch of lPmperat.ure. the most. extrprne 
instances bt'in
 at 8 A.1>1. on ].'ebruary tth. when the telll' 
perature was 4;',0.7, below the normal. Itml at 6 A. 1>1. on 
January, wllPu th
 t..mperatllre waR 2:
0.7, a1"Jove it. 
'fhe mOEot remarklthle periods of continucd d", i.ltion are 
as follows: 


February 3- 9 when tlw mean de,htion W:lS _

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'1'he thcrmic IJ.nomalies ID'i:-e it appe
r that th') me:ln 
temperature of every month wus be1o" that propP!" to the 
latitude of Toronto: but as the !lppression Ï>" to the extent. 
of 1 0 , due to the elevation of Toronto Itbove the bea level, 
:he temwrntlll'e of each month sh/mld ùe increased bJ 1 0 . 
Even with this mnùifieathm tho! temperature of every 
month wal< below thltt depcndl)nt on geo;!I"fIphical position, 
exceptin!!: the tt'mperature of July, which \\as, however, 
oulv 00.:!5 in e"'(I"'
s. 
The hi
hl'Ht readin
 of UIA barometer was 3'1.552 in., at 
j A. M. of Janunry 8th. and the lowest 2S.4i>9 inches, at 
2 P.1>I, of December 9th, giving a rllonge 2.093 inches, the 


g-reatest range on re!'Ord. The miuimum just j::iven. 28.459 
inC'hes, is the lowest ever regbtert'd at thl' Observatory. 
i'he mean bumidity of the year Wl\
 'ii; the 
reàtest 
monthly humidity .
:!. havin
 been that of .Tanuarv, and 
the Il'ast '1.Í.3. that of JlIIlY, Complete I'aturation occurred 
fivc times, viz -on Fehruary 13th, at midnij::ht.; March 
l:)th. at 0 A. 1>:.; .June 10th. at 6 
 M.; 8eptember 
lst, at. 
l1lidni:
ht; and Xov..rnber 17th. at 10 }'. Jlf. '1'hpre were 
besides, five inst:tnct's in "hieh the humidity tell short 
one per cent.. only of complete sahnation-on .January 
l::!th, at lù P. nr.; }'e1"Jruary 13th. at 10 P. 1>1.; :Februarv 14th 
at. 0 A. M.; )lar!'h 13th. at mirll1i
ht; and XOVCIU \'er] :!th, 
at 10 P. M. 'fhe lo\\"est humidity '1\), Voas on April2ith, 
at 2 P. M. 
The extent of sl,y cloudcd WIlS on an a....eral-it' three-fifths 
of the v. hole; and f.)r nine months the I<ky WMS on an 
averll:!t' more than half overca
t, Clouds were most pre- 
valeut in Janullry, and Ip.Rst so in August. 
The mpan dire,.tion of the wind has hpen 
. 620. 'W., 
v.ith a mean nlncity of 8'18 miles per hour. a velodty 
one-thinl grL'ater than th,tt of any other forDler year. 
Thi
 excess of n1l'aii ve!o("ity, when compan',l with that. 
of former 
'ears. is to be notk<,d. not ou]y \\ith respect t.o 
the yeal' taken as a whole, ùut to each month also Ìllken 
sepnrnteIy.' . 
'rne depth of fliin has beAn 31'6:,0 inc
el', v.hil'h is '28G 
more than the average. By adding 9':} i
('he
, thp equi- 
,alent cm'rl'spomling to the 99 inches of ,mow that. hils 
fallen. we obtain It tutal f.lll of 41';)5 inchps. 'l'he grellotest 
quantity of rain ft'll in ::ieptembei. allli the h.ast in }'t'b- 
ru:try. The min was distribut{'d OVer 103 !t.l)s. and the 
snow ovcr G-l, so that there ha,e been 1:.13 dlt
's without 
either rain or snow. 
Frost occuned in evpry month but .Jldy; t.he latest in 
spring h.lvin;.!; ùeen (lU .hllle 12th, and the eadie>t in Au- 
tumn on .\ugust. 18th. The ia-t sn l )\\" in ppring was on 
:.\l:L.... 8th, at noon; and the first snow in autumn on Octo- 
ber 1'3th. IJ.t 8 A.?or. The Indian SUlI11l1pr, which \"las nnt. 
well marl;:t.d, opcurred frt.U1 October It.íth to I dober 2lith. 
Toronto ll.lY wa<; clpar of ice on April 16th, IInù Il ó aill 
crossed on toot on the 21st DiJcemher. 
'1'here have been :;S thunder-
torml' in the F:lr. Of 
th2.
e none occurred in .1Ilnlll1ry. .Fehrnary, ;\lan.h. Xovem- 
her or D(JC('JIlber: 1;
 O("("\lrred in ,1 uly; l
 wpre distributed 
through April. ;\fllY and .Junc; 13 thronl!h August, Sep- 
tembt'L' and I)cìobpr. Tho most ,'iolent were thlJSe of 
April l)<tl1, !llRy 15th, .lune 21st. Jul} l:!th. 13'h, IInd 
:!7th. AIl';u"t. 13th &ud 31st, and Septelllb..r 1st., ith,9th, 
and :!;"tll. 
On 204 ni!':hts tbe atmosp]1CrP bas l'cl'n suitalJIe for the 
rlisplay of lIilY aurora v.hkh might b:IY", e,-bted; and on 
-l(\ of th 'm anrara" have been netul\Hy sel'n, 'l'he most. 
rpmarkllble wertJ tho"e of Au
ust 2:;rd anrl OctuLer 4th. 
Th:Ü of O("toher 4th \V.IS accompani.:d by consicl
rable 
magnetic disturlxmce. 


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1858. ] 


METEOROLOGICAL OBSERV ATIO:NS. 


21 


j..BSTRACT OF METEOROLOGICAL onSERVATIO
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112;; 


The ,ear 18:i6. was a year of e"'(treTI1es. It wa<; tho coM- 
est. thè most windy, and the le'l<;t rain" )'ear of a'IY Imown 
in the history of the Observatory, nnd, omittinp: t'\.o c,,- 
ceptions, one of each kind, it alford!' inQtances of the hb:h- 
est aud lowest temperatures that have bpen ever l'el'OI dpd. 
Ushered in hy a day cold, kpen. and of unu!'ual1n'ilIi,1l1CY. 
the yeur commenced with thø culdpst and most winuy 
.January on recol'd. 'fhe month was r&Ìn!ess. and !'howcd 
no traC<J of the or,!illary .Janu'lry thaw. Fchrual'J and 
:Mardl were more windy re
p"('tively, than finy pre\ious 
February and :U,.rch; amI \\ ith thl'" e"(ception of Febl uary 
and \Iarch, 1<;43, and )<'ebruary. 1855, they werc colder 
than the corrc'!p')ndiuj!; months of all past yenrs. 'J'h.'se 
two months alsn, likl' .Jan.. weJ'e without rain, and it WHS 
not tiìL the ::nd April tInt the first rain of the .rear began 
to f.dl. after Bn interml. quite unprecedented. ofl0
 àaYH. 
The Spring was backward; the j
e did not whull} di!'- 
appear fl'om the Bay till the 1!Jth Apl'iI, and sno\\.1hou ó h 
in a ver}' slight quantity, fell as late as the 30th \Iay, 
July was the wm'me!'t July but ono ypt knlJwn In 
Octoucr, a fe.g, rpmlu'kahle for delU'ity, duration a11l1 e'!:- 
tent, prevailed from the 10th to tho 22nd illclusive, and 
,vas said to have extended fl"Om Chka
o a
 far as QU<'lIt'C'. 
In riuvomber, the J'lnow exct'l'rled that of any previous 
:N"ovl'mber. December was IHHrk"d by the cold..st day and 
lowe
t temperalure that eyer occurred in the month of 
December, and by the most wind)' day recorded in any 
month whatevor. in thiQ 01' past ye:trs. 
The mean tpmp. of 1856 was 4:..>O.lH, whkh is 1 0 .9:1 below 
the aTera
e of lí } ears, an.! thp lowest aunual mp:ll1 on re- 
cord: the neB",!'t approach to it having h..en -l:!o.::::i, in 1S'\':J. 
As URufl.l, July was the warmest month in tha }'ear; its 
mpan temiJerature was 6\)0.9. July.'b..
ide
 1Jl'in
 abRo- 
lutelv. was 8'!'0 relati\"dy tho warmest month in the year, 
eBtimafcll, that jQ, hy the eXl'ess of it" llit'!ln temperature 
ahovc thi' standltrd temperature tor the mouth, whether 
the stanolan1 "hosen be thl\t bplonging- t.o the parallel pa:;- 

ing thron
h Toronto or to Torouto itseU. 'Vhl'n consi- 
dert'd furth,'r, with !"eferenee to past years, the IDplin 
temp. of July, 1R;J6, vms never cxceed
'lll)y any monthly 
mpan. exceptin
 th,lt of July, 1<;;;4, \
hÏ<'h was i:,F'.5. 
'fhe coldest month a1->snlntely was }'ebru'lry, with a 
m!:an temp<,rature of 15 0 .lì:J; the cold,,
t month relatively 
to the 8tand'1l'd of Toronfo. was .Janunn, with a Dll':ln 
tem{!erature jO.81 below tho average, The warm('
t dlty 
was July 17, whl'n th,' mcau temp,'r;tture \\as 
no.ii. nn.l 
thp roldest day was Vobru:::ry 13, ,dth a mean temp.-Go.RH. 
'l'h" m:n.imam tl'mp,'ralure of the ypal'. OGo.6.or('url'c.l 
on July 17, and, with th.. excepti.m of that of 21th Aug., 
1'!:i!, "hpn it read.od !)!jo.:!, W,tS hi;;;h..r than any tempe- 
lature ht'fi)r
 kU'I\vn at tilt' Oh.ervlltol'". 'l'he miuimum 
of the yel\.r-l:-,o,;. on }'ohnnry I:!. \
:t'! an eXRmple of 
eold ne\ pr e"c,'eelpd but in }'"b..uar" of the iJreceding Yt'ar. 
'fhe range of temperature for the }'l'ar, dl'rivl'd from 
these two extremes, was 11,jo.3, one never exceel1ed hut by 


that of 1
;'.;. \\hil'h amonnted to 118 0 .2. 
'l'he d,,\'iatio[ls in d".,Tect from the 110rmals and exceec1;nf 
ZOO, \wre n unlt'!"ous; but. no example occurred of a de\ia- 
tinJl to t hut extent in ":.-cns, 
Ihwm;'Tf.I!.-l'bp highest rpading of the bar')illeter Will' 
30A,Su ill..h.'", at 1O.:JO t. 'I. of December 18th, and the 
lowest :::.
A,)'I inches, at 11.40 A.M. of December 14, thl1i' 
gi\"Ì:tg a rangl' (tho r'mge ,tlso of the wholc Jellr) of 2.021 
Ílh.hl" in I.....s than O;j hourd. Tho minimum, 28.4;'9, was 
identil'al "ith th:tt of IS;;:., which occurred on the \)th of 
Dpr.. and which a:so \\a8 t:,lIowod bv a con
id,'fRble rise. 
The mu'm humidity of thp } ear, :';5 of mturation. W;If' 
fIlther I\'s
 than usu:tl, and the distribution of humidity 
amoug the dÍl.er..nt months more than ordinarily equaNe. 
Com:,I..t.. 
atl1ration occurre,1 only fOUl' tilT','s-.Jan. 
th. 
Oct. 18th, ('nd the llth Rnd l!th of De,', mbc'r. The \!I'PRt. 
est dryn,'ss WfiS .
O, which oceurred at 4 I' U, of A1À;!.-llth, 
It \\ ill be s l'n from the taù:c, that th., I'xtent of fol,:; 
clouded was "n th,' a\era
e .:.i 01' the whole sk,. rarlJ('r 
le!,Q th>tn in th,> two preceding- years. J 
'l'!.e re"lIltant dir,'ction of the wind \Va<; X. 71 0 . W'.. and 
the r<slllt:Jllt "clocity 3.n:J mile!'. or in otl1l'r ,,""!"lIs. thp 
actuul di!'plltcement Gf air wu
 that whi,'h would have 
heen produce.1 Ioy a wiud blowing t11rO\H!.hout the year 
from N. no \\.. "ith a constaut vl'l()('i
y of :J.O=J mile!' pel" 
honr. 'fIlA menn velo(.ity of the wind, "itbout. rpg:ud tG 
direction, \\">1
 s:a milt's per hour. R vdodty e,(Ct-edin
 
tLe l\yemgC' of nine 
'ears by 2. ì!J mil"s. 
The whuh> depth of raiu th"t fdi dUl'ing th!' 
't'ar 
I .3C,'j 
im'he<;. W,II< It,ss ùy Up\\ anIs of ten illches tltill t hat of 
IS:'5, and more than lI:ue inch!'s b"low the 11\'01'11;;'> "f th" 
last] 6 ycar
, The d..pth of snow \\:is 65.5 inches. "hich 
e'(cpeds the avemg-e by 3.6 inch, s. but Ihlls 
hOl,t loy mort' 
than 13 incheo of the snow of the prf'ct'rtiug: .\"car. 'l'he 
rain ol'cupied :35!J.7 hours, and the snow ::no.
 hours in ite 
f,lI. giving t;7IJ.5 hours, or nparl)' 2<: clays, as the tot'll du- 
ra
ion of the fall of rain and Imo\\". 
}'rost OCC1ll'rl'd ill ever," month hut in .J111Ip, ,July and 
Augu
t. 'l'he Ilf.test frost in !"p1"Ïng vms on 
ht 
IIlY. :mll 
t.ht' e.trliost frost iu Autumn "U 
I'pt. :n. 'l'he la"t 
110W 
in Sprill
 wai! on t.he aOth (of ;\Iav. IUlil the fi, st '''(J\V in 
Autumn on :J(j
h O(.tober. Tllð Jlay of Torunto was fl'OlóOD 
o\' <,r on D"('"m tlC'I' 8. 
'l'wenty-fivc thunder-storms only OPcl1rrerl ðurin
 the 
JP:tr. 'l'he lIIost I'em:lfkahle example "as th,Ü of tilt) -tth 
(.Ï .)unp, which wa<; RPCnTI11.anipd f,.r a shm.t timp I y 8 
violent f;tll of bail with 8tOJlP
 in many C'''<I'
 mOl't' th-1;X 
h:
lf Rn i..ch in diametpr. '1'ho !'<torm IRHp.1. "ilh (111)" 
oc('a
ional intermiQsi,m, from 10 A. ){. to II) P. ){. 
(If the ll:! nl
hts wht'n Ihe slale of thl' 
k
' waQ fRYo.... 
able fur ob.il'.I....in;; aurora'!, there were 35 roi
ht<; oul, 
when ImrOl'uQ Wl'I'O H!'l'n. and these all bpluJll!.ed to the 
Imvl'st cla.o;, un1e
s that of UctobPI' 4 UO o"'(/"pt..d, when 
thf' phi'o.mH'noJl was .
cl'ompanied by consi<.1eral>te m:\g
 
notic disturbance. 


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22 


RE:\IARKABLE OCURRENCES. 


[1858. 


RE
IARKABLE OCCURRENCES IN 1856. 


January, .. 856. 29. Horace Greeley aSFaulted in a public Ftrc!'t in Wash- 
1, Collision on the Uhio and Penns\ !vania Railroad; 4, ington, by Mr. Rust., representative of Arl,ansas, 
lhes lo
t.-lIoops coming into fashion-in l'ari-.-lIaytillns 30. Trial trip mnne from Toronto to Guelph on th u G, T. 
defl'at.ed by the DominicnnF-the Emperor }'austin fl..d; RailwlI)'.-The Chilian war stellmer Cazadrn' lost, 31.\, souls 
1.000 dnuhlnons offered fur his head.--The Kin!!; of Hanover perished.-J. B. Fraser. novelist Ilnn trawller. died. Rj:!ed i3. 
"boli
hes t,'ial by jury for political oITl'nces. Ilnd in trials on -Kal"l}'. IIermann. the German philologist, dh'd, IIged 52. 
:l.Ccount. of published writings, tl'roughout his dominions. 31. lIIr. Justice Draper succeeded in the (,hif.f Justiceship 
2. }o;:'C:citl'ml'nt. in CRnada, consequent on the open and of Common Pleas. lIIr. MacaulllY re,ign..d -:\11'. lIaf(urty 
su('cessful fl'shh.nce to the oflker
 of justiet> sent to al'pre' raisen to the Bench as Puisne Judj:!e.-'f, ial of the 8ylvef'- 
bend the nH1I"!lerers of Corrigl\.n in St. 8)'1 vester.-'l'he cen. ter murderers commenced at Quebec.-I mperial Parliament. 
tre dock of ::5ebastopol blown up by the English engilleel s, oppnl'd by IIer 
lajesty in person.-The Sultan attended a 
3. Arrival of Admil'al Si:- E. L)'ons in London, England. ball at. the Englif>h Embasy, Constantiuople. 
i. I';ight Trishnwn Rrrested in Cillcinnnfi, eharged with FebJ.'uary, 1"'513. 
plotting a fillilJ1l
tel'ln
 expedition ß
Millst Irt'hmd.-The 1. Mr, Dallas appointed American )Iini
ter to :Lngland. 
new c(lnstitution of the Spanish l\lollnrrhy votl'd in Corws. -:.\feeting of Irishmen in 'l'oronto to promote ul.jccts of 
-l'resellt.\tion of the }lreedom of the Cit)' of Gla
gow to EuOitlo Convpntion.- reliminarv protocol si
ned at Vien- 
the }:lIrl of Elgin, in pn
Se1!Ce of 2,500 pcr
ons, na by the rppresentlttives of l
ndand, Franee IInd Au
tria. 
5. Fire broke out in l\Jacao, China, lasted two days, de- -I'rinæ Paskiewitch diPll at Warsaw, aged a.-DestruCo 
.tro) ing over 1,000 huuses. tion of Docks at. Sebastopol complete, 
6. Grl'at Snow storm over the 
orth-eastern section of 2. 
lr. Banks elpcted SrJPaker of Americlln IIouse of 
t1le U, 
tate,;: f>nuw from t.\\"o to three feet dl'ep in Xew Representatives, after two months fruitless ballotings.- 
Yurk.-Ship St. [)pl1i.
. from New York for Havre, found- BUl'Dside Hall, Montreal, occupied by High School and 
òJrl'd at se:I.-l\l. David. the French sculptor, died, aged 55. :\lcGill College, bUl ned down. 
'i. Charles TI',chs:l. the di
tinguiphed Harpist. died in 3. Collision in Engli
h Channel between Josephine rrillis 
.\uslrali:t.-:\lutiny alTlong the Guards at. !Iludrid, ùistur. :md the .1[Unocl.ton, \\ith loss of the former and 90 lives. 
!J.mce quiett'd by.Eslal'tcro. 4. Rni!!;bthood conferred cn Professor Lo/!an. the Provo 
8. 'l'h..rmometer in Toronto 6 0 below Zero, in Qucbec 22 0 . Geolugh:t, by Her 
1ajesty.-}'ort St. 
ichol8s destroyed 
in Citnelnntl 8:\ in Chic'1.go 1'i o .-A trllin 011 the Alton b..' the }'reneh. 
Rail."ay fro.zen .llp in a snow drift..-Schoonel' .Uountain I õ. The Colonist office, Toronto. burned down.-Addrel's 
Spnno lu
t II1 Cmtl"ll Bay. presented by the Bal' to the lInn. .J. ß. )]acaulay. on his 
9. Dreadful cclIisiGn on lIuòson River nailroad, several retirement from the Bench.-Announcpment mltde of the 
!i",s lost. . I new order of merit fur ùi:<tinguished J:!;allantry on the llal.t 
10. A t.rllin {'II the Terre Haute IIllll Altou Hailro:ul rlln I of inrl'rio
, office!:s or.private
,in both Army and Na\y, to 

íf th... track, five li\'esIGst..-Death of lIlr.l5erjeunt Adams, I be called the' IctOrIl1 Cross. 
:tged iO. 6. r.Iessrs. Sroft, Hussen & Co. builders of GI'eot Eastern, 
11. The Palm..r poi
oninj!:;
 brought to light in England, I suspended payment.-Severe gale in GIa
gow, Scotland. 
and cause intense excitement. 7. The American Pre
ident refuses to receive Col. ParkH 
1:!. Two men in a slei;!ll, cro
sing from Prescc,tt to Og. French as representative of GO\'Clnment of 
iearagua. 
<1eu
ll1Ir 1:h, hroke t . hrou;:;h thp ice /illd wen' lust.-The I 8. Great Iri
h demonstration in Toronto against the 
Right IlUll. IIpnry Goulhurn died. u:red j2.-Uoronl'r's jury BufTalo Convention. 

..ought in verdic! of 

ilful murder a,;ainst WIll. i'ulmer, 10. Ship John Rmdlpj}{le., from Liverpool for New Yorl;:, 
:Jr the de ,th of his \\ Ife. with li6 souls on board, struck on iCI'Lerg and foundered, 
13. Great SIIOW btorm at QucI'ec. nearly all lost. 
1':>. l.iquor riots at St. John, !'Íew Brunswick. I 1
. Di
turbances ifol West I
ldi!'s a
ong the. n
gr
;s, 
10. )1... Geor
e "'auah. II "olidtol' in London, wa.
 shot. ' exclt
 by the f'lDatIc,Orr. alws the Anj!cl G.lb
Il'J. - 
oil... to his oIÙC'tJ. l,y IL client naru..d "-..stron, ('oJ. l\.mney arre
ted m Gra
:.dll by warrant of (.eneml 
b _.." _ . lfalher, and b:tnIshecl from 
H'aragIla.-Furt. Alexander, 
1.. ('l'neral "alker adclrl'ssl'd Prpsulent ;\Iora of Co
ta at Sebnstopol blown lip bv the }'reneh. 
Rica, dpnvin
 tbat he entt'rtainpd h'Jstile intentions to. ' . 
. 
wards Ceiltral America.-l\Ir. Josl'ph Haydn. author of .12. LOl'd ,
a;;ot, brother of the late >.:II' Charles llagot, 
.. Dictionary of Date
;' died. after a lin
el ing illness. IIIPd, aged 8_. 
18. :\ine' persons chargpd with the murder of Corrigan , 13. Admiral Sir E. I.yons entert.ained at a grand banquet 
:;8\" themsl'lve
 up. IHid were c'JInmiUed for trial. In London. .. . 
1!J. Macaulav, the hbtnl"Ï:m. rpsigned his seat in Pul"lia- 1.\,. The Emperor of IIa
h. return

 to Por
 au Prmce 
IIIt'Ut. :llIutmuc'illC: hi<< I'l'tircmcnt l.y a f:lre\\ell address to after. II l
efl'..t. by the DOllllll\cal
s.-Ih
 ADlenl':lll.
l:ner, 
tht' l'l<.ctor
 I)f Edinlmrgh. t1t.l;U;, )
. SlIllth, captured at RIO JaneIro, attemp.lIIg to 
:.::
. The Diet. of Holstein adopted a petition that the :tn
 <>
 negroes.., . T . . 
King: should IImnt a cons:itutional reprt'
entation to t.he 1.>, ocecon,d Se
slon of 5th, Parl
ament c;>f UDl
ed C:
nadll
 
;)ucll)',-'fhree perMHlS killl'd at Din
walJ from eating oJlened a.t Turo
to b
 Govel no\Generalm per"on.-"hock 
monhs-hu0d, or wolf-rone, by mistake for horse-radish at of an ealthquake at "an Franci. co. 
dinner. 16. '1 he parties tried fiJr the murder of Corri!!an acquit- 
23. 'fhp CoBin<< f:teaIPer Rlc!!ic sail..d from J.ivcrpool ted.-8ir John Stoddal t, Editor of the Times, died, aged 85. 
fJI" Nl'w York, "ith -i5 pa

eng-t'r
. :md has not sinee bl'
n 17. }'i;!ht at ColnmlJlls College, 80uth C?-rolina. between 
hear(l of.-)h'. llil1C'ks arriv..d at the seat of his 
overn' 1(10 students find 2UO citizens, sl.vcral lives lo
t.-John 
Ill..nt iu r.'LI'baùOt'
.-Cor(}nf'["" jnn' brou;rht in verdict of' Dmham, the cl'll'brated f:iL'/!"el' and compoFer. died. aged 
wilful murd.'y aJ?;:linst William 1'lllmer, for the death of I 82.-lIdnrich Heine, the German Poet, died. aged -ii. 
liis brother Walter. 18, Great Sabbath 
Jeeting in Exeter Hull, I.ondon. 

5. In 
.ibcl'ia. the AI?cricans :tnd nlttÏ\ es hit ving had .'1 19. Bal'ou von Wilhelm niellt, the cdebrated a
tronomer, 
5'-!ht at 
IDO!'.a bo.ty of voluntel'rs lIIal"("
 fl'o
11 :\lonro

a died at Yenil'.e, IIgpd í-l. 
t 
 
I1lel
 It.-:-Jo.hI1 D...uhleday, the n
turalIst. .dled,. ag
d "4 . 1 25. Plenipotentiaries of the European Powers meet in 
:.fì. ),,'dlU!! III 
Iontreal to or}!:amztJ a tC'stJmonIlil fund. Conferpnce at. PRl'is to arrange the terms of l't'ltcl'.-Tho 
n>co,::niÛJI,.!;, th.e (;p.ni
e
 .of Sh 'ïi,lli
m J.(}
an and Alfred I dly of l'roIne, India, tot:llly dpstroy..d hy firp, 2.500 fami- 
P,'rry, Rt I ans h;,luhtlOn.-lk-Gee s Foundr)', TOl"Onto, lip
 rpnòprpd hou
ellss.-'Ilr. .10]111 
l1dlt.ir. :\L P. (('r SIi
o. 
burncd. . cmnruittetl ,.uicide; he wa
 fOIlnd dead near Primrose Hill, 
2í. The AI menian Church ill Constantinople fell, hilling I London, 
30 p'rFons. 2(). Lord Cnnning took office as Governor General (If 
28. British ship Polyphemus lost on COIISt of .Jutland, I India. at. Calcutt a.-A snspension of hostilitips mutually 
tÙtJ comm:lllder 11I1d 1-1 lllen dlOwned. a:;n.ed upun by the bclUgerent. parties in the Crimea. 
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1858. ] 


RE:\IARKABLE ()ÇCURRENCES. 


23 


l'Iarch, 1856.. 1 10. Battle of the Saroquipi Riyer in 
icaragua. 
. .' 11. The Czar of Russia visits 3loscow, and in an address 
1. President :\Iora, of Costa 
hca, called on the Inhabl- to his noblett. announ
es bis views con8equent on the rati- 
tants to arIn against General ,\ alher. fication of peace. and his inten tion to promote industrial 
.-, Earthquake in the ?tloluocas, cansing a loss of 2,000 impro-çement.-Battle of Rivas in 
icaragua; ,he Costa 
liv-
s, I }{Ïcans l,ost 4-50 killed II.n.d 250 wounded.-The. Senate of 
3 Th Fe ch Sen te opened by the Emperor Na.poleon the U.
, refuses _ t
 admit the Free State Legislature of 
. . e en '"' a Kansas mto the Umon. 
in pers,m. ') . . '. ,",' 
4 Daniel Bowen, the oldest printer and publisher in L. PublIc comp
lm
ntary dl
ner III Toronto to . Ir W. 
the' U. S.. died. aged 9ß.-Tbe Kansas }'ree /:itate Legisb- E. Logan, the Provincial Geologist. . . . 
ture constituted. 13. Great Tornado; 1.50 h0usPs unroofed III Phlladelphla. 
6. Covent Garden Theatre, Loodon, to!ally destro1ed -Yauxhall Hailway Station, London, burnt. 
by fire, which broke out about five o'clock. III the mornlllg, H. Chaponniere, the Gene"fese poet and nO"felist., died, 
Ilear the close of a 001 masque. aged 8!. 
6. Lord Dalhousie,ex-Governodkneral of India, quitted 16. Affray between the Americans and natives at PRna- 
Calcutta. en route L,r England; during of!i
e he an
exed ma, 30 Americans killed and 20 wouuded. 
Pegu, Berar, Nagpore, and Oude, to the BrItish Empire. 16. Toronto Bay open.-The PariB Conference brought 
8. William Dove, at one time a resident o.f Toronto, 
on- to a close. 
vic'.ed of poisoning his wife in England with strychmne. 17. An Italian named Foschini, kilIs one of his f'ountry- 
10. Thermometer in Buffalo 15 0 below zero,-An Indul'- men and wounds two others in a qu.arrel in Rupert b\reet 
tri:tl Exhibition opened in Jamaica. with great success. London. 
11. Fire In Quebec, St. Paul Street, 4 lives lost. 18. 0\. \Ïolent storm experienced in the Âr:lbian Sea, 
13. Robert Cruik.shank, artist, died, aged 66. 19. Edensive fire in Quebec. 
H. A Mr. Smart threw himself from .the Whi!\peñng 20. General llornsby brought 3!O recruits to Walker's 
Gallery of st. Paul's Cathedral. and wli!' killed on the s
t. army. 
-Terrible storm in the 
lack Sea, cau"
ng the destr
ct1on 23. The Toronto Exchange formally inauguratRd.-Great 
of !!!,yeral Yessels.-
Ieebng of the Alhed <!enersJs lD too Na...111 Re,'iew at Portsmouth; the review included upwards 
Crimea, to arrange the terms .of th.e armistice.. of 300 sail, cllrrying 3,800 guns, and manned by 40,000 
15. "-alker's government In NIcaraguR; recogmsed by seamen. 
PresIdent of United Stlites.-Col. Schlef'sII1'2er and Gen. ')6 President ?tlora of Costa Rica with his st.aff eyR.f'U- 
\\ a!ker, lllollùed .at Virgin Bay with 350601diers, to warch at;d' Xicaragull.
The terms of th
 Treaty of l'e
ce first 
a
nst Costa IUca. . . . . ' . published. 
16. 1'h13 Fn:nch PrlDC6 born; II:reat reJ01cings 10 Pans, 28. The Persia arrived at Xew York, after a pn
!<ac:e from 
the Emperor Issues an amnesty ID favour o
 upwards of Liverpool of 9 days 16 hours and 58 min thp shortest 
1,000 politic
l prisoners.-Accounts from India. announce outward p!l
sage on record. ., 
the an
exauon of O
de.. ,. 
 " 29, Official ProclHmation of Pe
 Jna(le in LC\D.don.- 
18. Sir Henry PottI
ger. dlp
omahst, died at .IaHa: Roed Announcement made of the proposed marr1:ige betweeu 
67.-'\ alk..r's men ga.med a VIctory over the Costa RIcans, the t>rincess Royal and Prince William of Prussia. 
and entered Zopoya. 
20. Battle of :"anta Rosa: General 
Iora surprised ('01. 
Schlpssinger with 250 of Walker's troops, and defeated 
them, 
2
, 
Iexican re'V'0Iution16ts at Puebla surrendered to 
government forces. 
2
, British Government scnt out steam frigatp!< Tartar'/.lS 
and Despera1e in 6earch of the ColJins stea.mer Pacific. 
25. The U. S. ship r.mtheon set on fire by crew and 
burned at Island of 
ukahiva. 
26. American mail steamer Osprey burned at Kingston, 
J.amaica. 
28. Collision between steamsbips ltlinoof Barcelolila. and 
British transport }.linden, near Gibraltar, the former lost, 
with a greater port.ion of those on board. 
20. The order of the Golden :I<'leece cOJ1fèrred by the 
Spanish Government on the Imperial Prinee of France. 
30. Treaty of Peace 8igned II.t Paris by the representa- 
tives of France, Austr.Ïa, Great Br.:taiu, Hussia, 15ardinia 
and Turkey. 
31. Peace officially annou.nced in London at the MaIlBion 
1I0use, by the Lord nayor. 


A})J."U, 18.36. 
2. Proclamation of Peal"e made to the Allied Armies in 
the Crimea by 8alutes of 101 guns. 
4. &rious disturbances at 
 abloll.'I in Syria, between the 
Mahommedans and the ChIÏstians, 
ã. Treaty between Ellgland and the King of Siam ratified. 
6. In'lurrection at Valencia, in í'pain.-In India earth- 
quake 6hocks experienced aU over the l'unjaub, and on to 
SinÏla. 
7. The Crimean Boord of Inquiry met at Chelsea IIospi- 
tal for the fm,t. time.-ÙJllins steamer .Adriatic. launched 
in 
ew York..-1'he Costa Ricans en
age v.ith the Ameri- 
('.ans at Yirgin Bay.-John Abrnm, a youn
 mll.n confi::Jtd 
in Toronto Ga"l on charge of horl<e stealing, committed 
811i1.icide by cuttiug his throat with a razor. 
9. General O'Donnell receives charge of the :\Iinistry of 
Foreign. Affu.il's at Madá1. 
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l\Iay, 1856. 
1. l'tIrs, Bell, the wIdow of Henry Ut'll, the man who 
first propelled a vessel by steam on British wat.en;. died, 
aged 86.-G, .J, GuthrIe. the celebrah'd surgeon, died, a:zed 
H.-Great destit.ution existed at the Cape de Verd Islands. 
2. Baron Brunow arrin.d in London on a special mission 
fronl the Ewp
ror of Russia. to the Queen. 
3 Adolph Adam, French musical composer, died, aged 53. 
4. Peace Thanksgiving Day in Eng1and. 
6. General Williams. the hero of Kars, created a baronet. 
-
ir William Hamilton. metaphysician, died, aged 68.- 
Señous acciðent on the Panama Railroad, a great nUD1ber 
of the passengers killed and wounded. 
7. It wall stated in the House of Commons t.hR.t the 
En
lish losses in the Russian war were from the first 
commencement, 19th Septl'mber. 185!. to 28th September, 
1855, 22,46; men; that of t he French about 60,000. Of 
the R us
ians not less than 500,000. 
8. Mr. Herbert., a member of the Houqe of Represpnta- 
tives, from California, sbot Thomas Keating, a colored 
waiter, fur not obtainin!l: him a late Lreakfast; he v.as 
afterv.ards tried and acquitted. 
9. The Queen visits the Crystal PalM", to inaugurate 
the model of the Scutari monulllentand the Peace Trophy. 
10, Revolution at Aux Cayes, Haytl, against tbe Empe- 
ror Soulollque. 
11. Two new Roman Catholic bishoprics created in Ca- 
nada, of London, aLd I1amilton. 
13, Lord Dalhousie, late Governor General of India, 
arrived in England, 
14. The trial of William Palmer, for murder, commenced 
this d
y. 
15. ThrE'atened revolt In Arabia against the authority 
of the SultaD. 
16. Extensive }'ÏI'e in :\lontrea1. 
1i. A Vilrilance Committee formed in San Franclsoo, 
which added considerably to the security of respectJtbla 
ci tizens. 



24 


REMAR1\:ABLE OCCURRENCES. 


[1858. 


.. 
26. Lord Clarendon intimates In a despatch to the Ame- 
rican Guvernment, tLltt diplomatic intercour
e would not 
be suspended on account of the dismissal of )lr. Crampton. 
2i. A man named Ahram, father of ths young man who 
committed suicide in the Toronto Gaol, shot another son 
killing him instantly. ' 
28. The 39th Regiment arrivffi in Mont.real from tho 
Crimea. and r('ceiTed a public welcome.-EarthquRlie at 
Bencoolen, India. 
29. A great tornado at Woodstock, C. 'V.: many hou
es 
destroyel1 and f'everal lives lost.-The Rev. Peter .Tones 
(Kahkewaquaut\by), Indian Chief and nIiEsionary, died at 
llrantford, aged M. 
30. Ch'!te:m
uny Coast and Hs vicinity \'i
ited by a to
 
nalo.-Yiolent storm of wind at St. l'etersburg. 
July, 1856. 
1. The Provincial Parlianwnt prol'o
ued by the Governor 
General in person.-Annultl Convocation of University of 
Toronto.-Greltt gaJe on Coast of L3brador, a number of 
fishing ve8sels lust. 
3. Hon. J. Chabot, M. P. p" al}pointed .Jud
eof Superior 
Conrt, L. C., in room of .Judge "anfdsoD, deceased. 
4. Diplomatic relatiolíl
 between Rus8ia and England re- 
opened, and Lord Wodchouse received by the Czar as 
English Minister. 
5. London and Port Stanley Railroad opened as far as 
ò:>t. Thomas. 
7. Sir Allan !>1cXab created a baronet of the United King- 
dOJU.-Ufiilroad from Rome to }'rescati opened. 
8. A riot took place at )Iacao, China, on board of t.he 
Dutch ship Banca, between tbe crew and 400 Chinese 
coolieR; the ship was fired and burned, and only 150 per- 
June, 1856. Rons saved. 
1. By t.he inundations in France, 40,000 are rendered th;ir'l


u
u::o-: ;f.:lðri
}

b1iC entry into London, on 
homeless, and 100,000 t]].rown out. of eml,lo}Ulent.-The 
Emp"ror of the 'French visits Lyons, anù assists in the 10, Submarine Telt>graph cable laid between Cape Breto!1 
relieving of sufferers. and Newfoundland, a distance of 8'> miles. 
2. Foundation Stone of the Wellington College laid by 11, Violent Earthquake I:1hock fdt at Schemakha, in the 
the Queen. Caucasus; 3UO houses thrown down. 
4. Thank
giving Day in Canada; obRerved as a ùay of 1
. Allies evacuate the Crimea.. 
thanks:;ivinl
 for the restoration of the blessings of peace. I!. Grent hail stOrDl pnssed over Prince }
dward's Island, 
5. President Comonfort, of l\Ie"dco, rpfused 'to r('('eive -G, V. Uttersou. antiquary, &.c., died, a
ed i9.-Coup 
the Spanbh Minister, so long as a war fieet In}' off Y,;(I\ d'Etat in M.ldrid; GeneralO'Donnell, dictator. 
Cruz. 15. .Jacql.leS and Hay's cabinet factory, Toronto, totally 
6. Snow f"ll in great abundance on this night in Swlt. 
le
troJed by 
re, seTen li
es lost. severa! peI'!'Onf' s('riomly 
zerlalll1.-l\Iar
hal Pellissi
r decorated wit:h the Ordor of 
ihu



s

llt
ry explosIOn Dear Cardllf, South. Wules, 
the Bath, b;' General Codrmgton. I ' ., . 
10. Boiler of the Grand Trunk Railway f:t.>amer e'ì:' 1ü. Gmnd 
llhtary Itevlcw by IIí'r IHlIJesty, at Aldersbot, 
ploded at Lon 'ueuil 33 lives lost 40 persons seliously 17. Freight steamer Ti'lliQ burnt on Lake Ontari,', 18 
injured. "", 
 ) ive
 .lost.-St('
n!er X01'ilte:n Indiano. Imrnt Ol
 Lake Erie, 
11 I t' T k. n p l' h st t d' od d ro8 
., Ines 10st.-Fnl!;btflll accldel1t occurred OD 
orth Penn. 
. gna lUS ur -u , 0 IS a esroan, Ie ,age i). Hailway over 70 lives 10Rt. 
12. Political State Trials commenced in Naples. lS. T
c U. S. Rteamer Arctic left New York to t.ake 
13. Death. at HuH: of :l\Iajor II. L. Thompson, C, B., olle FoumlmgR for la
i\lg the transa.tlantic telegraph cable.- 
of the d"fenders of Kars. Di
play of the Great }'ountains at the Cryf'tal l'ltlace, in 
U. ExecuUon of Wi1liam Palmer at Stafford, in pl"(>!lence I presence of lIeI' IHnjesty and about 
O,OOO viFitors. 
of about 50..000 persons.-BapUsm of the Imperial l'rince 19. Nevada City, California, nearly destroyed by fire,- 
of France at Notre Dame. William Dove, tried and cOllvicted of poisoning his wife. 
15. :\fr. Crampton, the dismissed British :Minister at sentenced to death. 
Washington, arrived in Liverpool.-Pret.ident Comonfort 20. ßeyolution in Spain. 
de
reed .the. sale o
 aU lands belonging to any religious I 21. The 17th TIe"t., from th0 Crimea, landed lit Quebee, 
corpor
hon III :lIex;
O, . . , I 

. Shark !'aid to hl\ye been 
aught in Lake Ontario, 
16. 1orontoand 
,trma "e('hon ofGr
nd Trunk naIl"
y near Whitby,-Extensive fire in Toronto llE',}r R. Lyc,mm, 
:,:ega

i
:

c as far as Guelph.-l'lUs IX. created SIX 23. Great fire in IIong Kong; 200 live; lost. 
17, The Hima7a.'la, from Halifax, arrived at Pðrt8moutb 2.1. Eeve
!eE'
,þriests exiled bJ:' Mexican Government tt' 
aftcr a passage of 8% days.-Kamehamcha, King of the IIavana.-Su' Et:mllnd Lyolls raised to the Peerage. 
8:mdwkh Is;ands, marricd to 
liss Emma Rooke. 25. The steam('r EmpÍ1"e State, on he: way to New York, 
18. Gland display of Water works at the CrystaJ Palace, t burst her steam chest, 12 lives lost, 
8.ydenham. 26. Dr. Rae alld hi;; comp:miotls dpclarerl entitled to the 
19. Prince Xapoleon arrived at. Leith, Scotland. I I"(>W
rd of -tJO.UlJO 
terl
l1g, f<;>r: first a!,..el'_
ai
il1g t
e. fate 
<;;:' , . t <;;: of Sir Johu Franklm'sExpedlhon.-SIr 'Hlharo WJllillDl3 
21. 
ubmanl1e Tclegraph cuble laid m he'oct. Lawl"(>nce, appointed Commandant. of Woolwich. 
between Prescot
 and Ogdensbnrgh: . 27. General}<; reo IL C. B., arrived iu Canada. 
24. General" alker elected President of Nlcaragua.- 
. 
Insurrectionary movement in Spain. 28. The Impenal Parhament prorogued. 
25. An American gentleman presented himself at the 2? Steamer !uTln Jay burned on Lake George, Cbam- 
Queen'R levce in a frock coat. black neckcloth and yellow pl:un, several lives lost, 
wai
tcoat, and was excluded by the Master of Ceremonies. 31. The Cholera r:),Yagin
 PO):toRi.r.Io. 
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19. D'Jbate on w<ntof confidence motion in the C:mudian 
Admini3tration; the House sat. in continued seSSlOn tor 32
 
hours, closing at half-past eleven on the night of tho 20th. 
21, Town of Lawrence, Kansas, attad_ed by a band of bor- 
d'!r ruffians, much property destroyed.-Augustin Thierry, 
the French historian, died at Paris, aged 61. 
22. :Mr. Brooks, mE'mberofthe HouseofR
presE'ntatives 
for South Carolina, felled \)ith his walking stick the lIon. 
Charles Sumner, Senator for )lassachusetts, in the Senate 
Chamber, and It'ft him bleeding and insen"ihle on the 
tloor; he was afterwards fined i;3UO for the assault. 
21, Two persons, Dyke !lnd Peoples, in a skiff to the 
south of the Island (Tol'onto), were caught in a gale alld 
Ïü&t thcir lives. 
26, The American !'hip Golden Gate destroyed by fire in 
the port of Pernall1buco,-Conspiracy to assassinate the 
Queeu of Spain at the Theat.re, bltfiled by the military.- 
"William Palmer's trial for the murder of.J. P. Cook by 
strychnine, concluded; verdict, guilty. 

ï. Goneral Santa Anna resigned the Presidency of Sun 
Domingo. 
2S. The American President dismissed the Engli
h Min. 
jstl'r. )Ir. Crampton, and Consuls Barry, 
Iatthpws. and 
J\owecroft, on account of enlisting troops in the u. States 
for the British service. 
29. Treaty of Commerce betwe('n the U. States and the 
two Kings of Siam, concluded at Eangk.ok. 
30. Ship Pallas wrecked at St. Paul"s I
land, Gulf of 
St. La" rence, 57 saved, i9 lost. 
31. South of Frallce inundated, vast destruction of life 
a,nd propprty,-Eupatoria, Crimea, given up by tile French 
to the Ruosians. 



1858.] 


RE:}IARKABLE OCCURRENCES. 


'r 
....0 


15. Int('rnation
1 Philanthropic COngre
8 held at Erus- 
Bels, continued till the 19th. 
17, The City of V:dparlliso lighted with gaF:.-The Dean 
RíchmO'lId arrived at Lhel"l)OoI, dir
ct from CLkago. 
19. Yellow fever ravaging Bermuda. 
20. Dr. Dill, a COJ1\ict. m'lde his escap<, from the Peni- 
tentiary, arrested about ten days aftenmrds at Prescott. 
21. The Emperor and Empress of France witnessed a 
bull fight at Eayonne. 
22. Lord IIardinge, late C-ommander.in.Cllief of UIP Bri- 

ish Army, dilJd.-
'ears entertained of a negro immrrection 
In Texas. 
23. Thomas llend\'1"son 8hot through the sl\'oon wir.dow 
of the steamer Arflbian, while at the wharf of Port. Hope, 
l)y George Erngdm. On the following daJ the C"roner's 
jurJ' (16 to 2) found that the act was committt'd .. under 
great and justifiable provocation." 
24. The Eleventh U. C. provil1l'ial E"bihitinn opened at 
Ki!lgston.-The steamer l"-io[Jara. frf'ID (,oJlingwood to 
CIJlcago. destroyed by fire, about 80 lives lost.. 
25, The Provincial E
hibition \'i"ited by up\vards of 
20,000 persons. 
26. Six men suffocated in a spirit-\at at "'orct'8t.er, En"'- 
land, by foul gas. '" 
23, Great fire in Pittsburg, U. S., upwards cf 50 houses 
dCdtroyed. 
29. Steam cabinet factory of Mr. Everett, Dundas. de- 
st.royed liy fire. 
October, 1856. 
1. The system of reglstrati:m of letters lJetween the t;. 
States and Canada came into (operation. 
2. A portable steam engine exploded at th9 J)..laware 
Co., Ohio, Fair, killing 14 and wounding several others. 
3. 1\11', Crampton, late Eritish :\Iinister at WasLin"'ton 
made a K. C, B. .. , 
4. Judge Haliburton, author of "Sam Slick." &c. left 
Nova Scoti:& to take up his residence in England. ' 
5. T\\o women devoured by woh"es in the TùwD
hip of 
J\lorniugton, Co. I'erth.-Five perlOons drowned from a 
boat in the Georgian Bay, near Meaford. 
6. A cricket match at Kew York between 18 Americans 
and n Englishmen, was won by the latter wHh five 
wickets to spare. 
7. lIon. J. Æmilius Irving died near Kiagara Falls. 
8. Grand Trunk Railroad opened westward to Stratford. 
9. CoJlision on Great VI' estern Railroad near London 
between a night and cattle train, no Ihes lost. ' 
10. Great fire in Hamilton, loss about $120000.-Rus- 
si:lns defeated bJ' the Circassians at the River Laùa. 
. n. Mr. Selby Cameron amI .J. L, Talbot lo
t in a skiff 
near the mouth of the River lIumber.-A boy of 10 years 
of al!:e cruelly murdered by a boy of 13 )"ears, named Jas 
l\lcGorrie, near Fergus. . 
Septembcl", 1856. 12. General "\Valker fought the Dattle of l\la
saya and 
Grenada.-The propeller Lauiwille, from Chicago, burned 
1. Sir Richard "\Vestroacott, R. A" sculptor, died, aged 81. near Oplensburgh. 
2. Briti!!>h legation in :\Iexlco closed. 13. Great gale on Lake :\Iic],j
nn, caming much 10lOs of 
3, Barnum. the American Showman, in the Insolvent life and property.-Robert Christie, author of a l.ibtory of 
Court, Connecticut. Lower Canada, died at Queùec. 
4, Stoppa!.':e of the Royal Briti
h Bnnk.-Gre.at dbtress 14. Fire in Toronto on King and Palllce Streets. 
in :\ladeim from the ravages of Cholera and the failure of 15. Earfhqua!'e in t
e. Mediterranean, c!'peciall)' in the 
tho vine crop. IsI:mds of CandIa amI SIcIly; tho shocks felt in A!'ia :\jinor 
5. Colli"inn between Americ:tn ships Ocean 11fJ1T1.f'. and and as fur west as lIlalta. 
Cherubim, í7 lives 108t. 16. London and Port Stanley Railway formally opened 
7. Coronation of Alexander HI., Emperor of Ru<sia. at throughout. 
l\lo!lcow.-Disturoances in the canton, or principality of 17. Lord Ernest Vane Tempest and Cornet nirt expelled 
Neufchatel. from the army for playing di'lagreeable practical jukes.- 
8. J.\1iss Kightingale reaches home from the Crimea. Chevalier Canina, the archæologist, died at Florence. 
9. Tho Canadian steamer Anglo-Saxon arrived In Liver- . 19. 
ight persons killed and abvut thirty serlol1
IJ' in- 
pool in 9 days 23 hours frow Quebec. Jured, 1\1 consequellce of a false alarm of tire rai
ed in the 
10. Pri'paratlons for the Perbi:tn Expedition being made :\lusi
 lIali of Surrey Ga.rdens, "

n about 9.000 perlions 
at Bombay. were 1D the lIaH. attendJDg a religIOus senice conducted 
12. Canada. beaten in New York at a cricket match, by bY., the Rev.
. H. Spu."geo
. 
nine wit
ket
. .0. ForgeneR by a 
ew York brokerDitmed IIuntiugdon 
14 A 
. '" . . , brought to light., amounting to SOUle miJIion of duJlars.- 
. con. pIracy a",amst the Government of Me:uco dlS- j Dense fo
 experienced for several <..:IJs in Toronto and 
covered. places east and west. 
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August, 1856. 
1. A feW cases of yellow fever occurred in Quarantine 
at Kew York.. - Great destruction of life and property 
occa
ioncd by an explosion of j!;unpowdl'r at. Salonica.- 
Admiral Sir Charles I'iapier \i!7its St. Petersburg and 
Cronstadt. 
4. The City of KaTs evacuated hy the Rns.
ian!l,-Gen. 
"\V alker iSdued a decree, repealing the abolishicg of slavery 
in Central America. 
8. Food riots iu Lisbon.-Madame Yestris, the celebrated 
actress, died, aged 59. 
9. Yellow fever raging at Port au Prince.-Execution of 
Dove for the mUf{ler of hid wife. 
10. Terrible storm in l'iew Orleans; Last Island Bub- 
merged, ahout 200 lives lost.. 
11. Fi:rhting in Kansas between the Free Soilers and 
Border Ruffians. 
12, :\IesHs. Broadwood's great Piano-forte manufactory, 
in London, England, de<<troyed by fire. 
13. DifficultIes raise
:1 by Russia as to the interIJretation 
of the Paris treaty. 
14. Dr. II. Buckland, the eminent geologist, died, aged i2. 
15. The steamer né/land burned at Port Dalhou
ie.- 
The steamer Persia arrived in Liverpnol from New Y01"K. 
after the shortest pasMge on record, being 8 days 23U 
hours on the vOJage. 
17. Vidaurri attempts a rewlution in :\Iexico. 
18. The Vi..:i1ance Committee of San Fr8.ncisco lay down 
their authority. 
19. Grand Cross of French Legion of Honour presented 
to the Emperor of Russia by Count de )lorney. 
20. Arrival of the Queen of Oude and suite in England 
to prosecute a claim a;;ainst the East India Company. 
21. P..J. Lindpaintner. German mu
ir'li composer, died, 
aged 65.-Earthquake in Algel"ia.-Diszu:trous storm on 
the lIudson River. 
22. Commander Belve7e's Report on his mission from 
France to CaDada, published in this PronDce. 
23. Charles Rowecroft, ex-Consul of Cincinnati, died. 
24. Sir "\V. Temple, diplomatist. died. agoI'd 68.-The re- 
volutionists under Vidaurri, defeated at :\latchuala, Mexico. 
25. Tbe G. T. R, opened for traffic between Toronto and 
Osbawa.-Revolution in Peru. 
26. A Free Trade Congress opened in Belgium. 
27. The Island of Cuba swept by a hurricø.ne. 
28. The Czar of Russia made a solemn entry into Moscow. 
-The Engli
h steamer Tay lost in the Gulf of 
Iexico,- 
Gilliert A. A'Becket., comic writer, died, aged 46. 
30, Battle of Ossawattomie in Kansas.-Sir Jolm Ross, 
Arctic navigator, died, aged 79. 
31. CbolPTa ravß!:';ing St{)ckholm.- William Farrell, natu- 
ralist, died, aged 72. 



26 


REMARKABLE OCCURRENCES. 


[1858. 


21. A man named James :McGinnity murdered by a 20. Walker oblibed to retreat from Granada. 
boy 16 year
 of age,. named Barles, !"t Lindsay.-?Irs. ! 21. The !'chooner Cherokee lost on Lake IIIicld!!lln with 
C. n. Sed
wlck, AmerIcan authoress, died at StockbrIdge, all on board, '" , 
M

sachusse
s. rr 23. Lar
e fire in GlIlt.-Rev. C. H. Spurgeon preached 
. M_. :John Strachan, Esq., .Jud",e of I!uro
 and B
uce, again at the Music Hall. Surrey Garden II, being the first 
died 10 Toron.to, aged 4.1.-Banquet gIven III DublIn to time since the late lamentable accident (October 19th). 
about 4,000 CrImean soldiers. 
Q " 26. Baron Yon Hammer Nuystall, the great Orienbl 

 _4. Ca
ton hombarded by t
e EnglIsh, nnder Admlrl
l scholar, died at VIenna, agû(l 82.-Attempt to Bet fire to 
".eymom. on accouut of the seizure ofa lorcha. under BrI- the Banner newspaper office lIamilt
)ll. 
tlsh colourll. and all redress refused by the Chmese.-The : , 
propeller Toledo lost In a gale on Lake 
Iichigan, with all 27: 
r. 0, C. '
ood, of PrInce }.dward Co., arre
ted on 
on board exccpt three deck hands. 
Usplclon of havIng cau
ed the death, at Detro.lt, of a 
2û. Herat bu.rrendered to the Per!'ians, ta:mer of same county, with whom he was travellIng. 
Q
 A . I T I ,. d h . 1 " I I 1 _9. Tho steamer "[(march went ashore on the Toronto 
Mj, . terrlL e yp lOon Vli5lte 
 e. Plu 
Ipll
e "1l!1( s, Peninsula in a snow storm and pro\"ed a total wreck. 
destroYIng ten thousand houses wlthm a CircUIt of CI
ht ' . .'. . 
leagups.-The Grand Trunk Railway opened through from 30. Th
 CIty of Puebla, m Me
leo, In a state of re"l",;>lt, 
Montreal to Toronto 333 miles. and beselged b
' a force of 5 or 6,000 men.-Insurrechon 
:!8. Chili aud Per
 resohe to as!\ist the Central Ameri- broke out in Sicily. 
cans against President Walker. 
29. The steamer Superior wrecked on Lake Superior, 35 
Ii ves 10l't. 
30. 111. Goujon, French astronomer, died, aged 33. 
31. f:now fell at Quebec, 1IIontreal, Baltimore. Washing- 
ton. Philadelphia. &c., none in Torontt).-Grand banquet 
to Crimean soldiers in the Corn Exchange, Edinburgh. 



oven}.bcr, 1856. 
1. War proclaimed against Per8ia at Calcutta.-Rob!'on, 
a clerk of the Crystal Palace Company, sentenced to trans- 
portlltion for :!O years for forgery of the Company's bouds. 
-Sir Alexander Bannerman appointed Governor of New- 
foundland.-Order of the Garter conferred on the Sultan 
of Turkey. 
2. Tremendous earthquake at Rhodes.-Attempt made 
to set fire t.o Central School builuings at lIamilton,-The 
French steamt'r Lyormaise run into by bark Adriatic, and 
sunk, about 100 U\"es lost. 
3. Collision on the London and North-Western Railway, 
England. 


4. Great gale on the Lakes; the propeller J. Tv. Brool.s 
lost west of Kingston, and all on board, many other vessels 
more or less damaged. 
6. Rhodes destroyed by explosion of 12.000 pounds of 
powdl'r d..p,'sited in t.he Church of St. .John, and ignited 
by lightnin
, 400 or 500 lives lost. 
7. The Guatemalians took possession of San .Juan del Sur. 
8. Great. fire in S)racuse, N. Y., loss about one million 
of dollm's. 
9. Fi
ht at Virgin Bay between General IIornsbyand 
200 Costa Ricans. I 
10. .Jos()ph Abram found guilty of the murder of his 
Bon.-Generals Vidaurri and Garza engaged in a pitched 
battle near Monteroy, the forccs of the latter completely 
routed. 
11. The gigantic frauds of Leopold Redpath on the Great 
Northern ltallway of England brought to light.-Rumors 
of disagreements between the English and French Govern- 
ments on the question of the delay of Russia to evacuate 
the ßessarabian territory. Austria, with the consent of 
Eng;land and Turkey, continues, in consequence, the occu- 
pation of the principalities, and some English ships con- 
tinue in Turkish waters. 
1
. Grand Celebration in Montreal of the opening of the 
Grand Trunk Railway.-Mr. Little, cft.!;hier of the :\Iidland 
Great Western Railway ot Ireland, found murdered in his 
office, under very mysterous circumstances. 
13. The Grand Trunk Celebration at }Iontreal continued. 
H. Great fire at Pera. Constantinople.-Prince of Saxe- 
Leinengen, Bon of the Duche8S of Kent, and half-brother 
of the Queen, died. 
15. General Walker attacks l\Iassaye, and obliged to fall 
back on Gmnada.-}'ire at l'hree Rivers, C. E, 
17. The Quphec Agency of the Montreal City Bank en- 
tered and robbed of about ;t1,OOO. . 
18. Revolution in Northern Mexico ended this day by 
keaty. 
19. David Bogue, the celebrated London publisher, died 
Bud'lenly. 


Deeembel', 1856. 


1. Tremendous gale on Lake Michigan, several schooners 
lost.-ltear Admiral Sir Houston Ste\\art appointed Com- 
JIlamler-in-Chief of the North America and West India 
Stations. 
2. Gale on Lake Ontario; schooner J. G. Beard driven 
as bore at Toronto, and propeUer LQrd Elgin wrecked near 
Kingston. 
3. Schooner Þ.
iagara wrecked at Port Hope, se"l"erallives 
lost in endcavourin
 to rescue the crew. 
4. Bishopric of Ripon conferred on the Rev, Robert 
Bickersteth. 
5. Dr. Livingstone, the celebrated African traveller, ar, 
ri\"ed in London.-Jacob Little, an extensive financier of 
Kew York, suspended payment. 
6. FiI"f' In Baltimore, In which IIII'. Kuper, Briti!'h Consul 
at that place, lost his life.-The steamer Anll'rica lcft Liver- 
pool for r\ew York. and encounterin
 a furious gale off 
Cape Clear was obli;.!:ed to put back, being the first Cunard 
steamer compelled by stress of weather to return to port. 
8. An attempt on the life of the King of Naples was 
made by a soldier on re\ iew, who endeavuUl'ed to stab him 
with his bayonet.-Toronto Ba
' frozen over. 
9 Father :\Iathew, the Apostle of Temperance, died at 
Cork. 
10. Christ Church, Cathedral, Montreal, destroyed by 
fire.-Dest.ructive fire in Cobourg.-A house in S)'lvester, 
C. .E., burned, and three children perished. 
13. Sentence of death on the convict Abram commuted 
to imprisonment fur life, on the grouml ofinsauity.-Judge 
Burns appointed Chancellor of the Univer!'ity of Toronto, 
in the place of the lIon, W. H. Blake, resigned. 
H. 8choonpr Belvidere wrecked at Port Credit, all on 
board lost.-The scow Cornelie lost on the Toronto Island. 
-On Lake Erie many marine disasters occurred.-At Buf- 
falo houses were unroofed and dest.royed. 
15. IIea\"y gllIes experienced along the seaboard. 
16. Grand Trunk Station at Point Levi dest.royed by fire. 
17. Treaty between Great Britain and the United States 
relati\"e to Central America communicatt.,>d, to the Senate 
by the President. 
18. !\1û(lals voted by the American Congress to DI', Kane, 
his officer!! and men -Coldest. dav of the season at 'foronto; 
thermometer at. 7 A. M. nearly 1Òo bdow zero, 
19. The New lõrk packet Fhip wrecked on the .Jersey 
coast. 
22. Buffalo and Lake Huron ltailway opened from Paris 
to Stratforo. 
24. IIngh Miller, tIle geologist, found dead in his room, 
shot through the body by his own hand, aged 54. 
27. The steamer Tenn
ssee, conveying pro\'i!'iom; and men 
to General Walker, 
icaragua, put into Norfolk, disabled. 
30. The Arctic discovery-ship Re.snlule, fhrmally and 
finally handed over to Great. HI itain by Captain Hartstein, 
on behalf of the United States.-Corner Stone of the new 
Town Hall, Coboarg, laid, with masonic ceremonies. 
31. The schooner Lennox, which left KingFton upwards 
of a month a
o for Toronto, has ne\er been heard of, and 
all hopes for her safety abandoned. 
[3

] 



1858.] 


THE GREAT NORTH-WEST. 


27 


GEOGRAPillCAL POSITIO
. 


THE GRBAT NOItTII-'V}
ST. 


influenced in many ways by the progress of Bettlement 
about the ht'ad '\aters of the :Mis
i"sippi and the Red 
River of the :!\orth, as well as on the b,mlis of the L"pper 

IÜ:souri, it is highly important to be able to fÌJrm an 
estimate of the adaptation of those regionB for Agricultural 
pursuits, the probaLility of their being occupied at an 
early perioù, and the InducenlPnts which the great ,alley 
to whkh they form a natural high\\H
', is likely to offer 
for a fIIpid extension of occupation far into thtl limits of 
B1"ÏU
h Territory, With this view noti.'cs of the (.ountry 
west of the :\Jissouri. and the region west of the l\lissis- 
!'ippi and near the British .Frontier, are adverted to in 
this artkle, 
The Red River of the North takes its rise in otter-tail 
Lake (Lat, 4\.;0 2.1'), and Otter-tail Lake is c
mnected with 
the 'li!'sisBippi by Crow-wing River. Ll'af RIVer, and '-:eaf 
Lake. together with three SlDall Iakelets and connectmp; 
streamlets, or low portap.'ps between Otter-tail Lake and 
Leaf Luke. Red River. in makinl!: its gn'at I'outh bend, 
meanderl' through a boundless pr:lÏrie, destitute of timber, 
which gradually declines In elevation until at length it 
f,.rllJS one va"t plain. level as a floor, and elevated only 
about one and a half to two feet al1o,'e the ,\ater at its 
ordinary stal!:e in June, 'Ihis extensive plain occurs 
ahout 110 miles below Otter.tail Lalie (Owen). It is the 
plate..u of the Bois dps Sioux, between Bois des Sioux and 
::;ba
enne Rivers, bot.h afiluC);jts of Red River. In Jato 
46 0 ;!ð' 30" a belt of timber, of oak. elder, and a
h, !'ets in 
and contiuues, with some interruption. alon!!; the blinks of 
t:ed Hiver. on one side or another. to Cembina-in lat. 
4t)O-aml beyond into British Territory. 'l'he air along 
Red River, from the mouth of the l'sihu to the serU... 
mentH. is Rcented durin!; the month.; of June and .July 
with tbe deli:!:btful pcrfume of v.ild roseS. which form It 
thkk shruLbery [
Iong its banks. In lat. 46 0 !I' the levd 
of the Prairie uboye the river is 31 feet, due to the cutting 
away of the river ch'lnnel hy the ruuning water. In 
hi.. -l8 0 3i' the !led lUver is about IUO yards" ide. The 
head of the settlements on Red River commence here, 
and extend for 60 miles below or north. By the course of 
the winding' stream tbe total distance from Otter-tail 
Lalie to l'emhina is aLout 520 miles. 
The plateau of the Bois des Sioux is an extensive 
prail"ie. ,\1'1 and marshy in spring, and in many pa,.ts 
covered with a few inches of water at that. season of the 
year. 'fhe breadth of the prairie is .w miles. I t separates 
the waters flowing into lludson's Bay from those Howing 
into the :m,,"issippi River. Its altitude above the sea 
]1" e] is about 19UO teet. It Is the conneding link beh,een 
the ,allies of t.he Red River of the i\"orth, navigable .100 
)IEA'XS OF ACCES
 TO TIJE BASIN OF LAKE miles for steamers with three or four feet draft, and un- 
WIXIPEG. w!\tering 4;'.000 square miles of arable and timber land- 
Ther0ut"R "y whi('h access is obtained to the grea.t ,alley and the Minnesota River, flowIng into the :\lisBibli'ippi. 
of Lal:.e Winipeg and itstrihutaries, follow the tr>lck ofthree The hpad of navi!!;ation of the Red River is 40 miles 
difrerpnt water-sheds. and it is extremely prob>ll.le that It dist>lnt from the :\'liunesota River, and no miles from the 
fourth v.ater-shed ,\iU soon furnish a ,'ery valuable ad- navigable portion of the :\1i:;sbsippi. 
ditiunal llJeans of communication. }'irst, the Hudson's The country 1Jt,tween the lm8si
sippi and Shayenne 
Bay routt'S by AILany Uiver, J\1om;e lliver. and I'\elson Rivprs is a succeR
ion of undulatiu!; >Iud level prah ies, 
IUver; ::11.1, the Lake l3uperior route throu
h nainy skirted with woods of variouR growth, alld clnthed every- 
Lake and l,ake of the Woods; 3rd. the l\lississippi Valley where with rkh ,erdure, and almost uniformly fertile, 
route, from I-\t. Paul's to Red River; 4th. the lIIi"s(,url be>lutiful, and iuviting. At the bend of -Red l\iver the 
valll'y routf', from near the Great Bend to 
louse lUver, a horizon is as unbroken as that. of a calm sea. Lake!': and 
triburar) of the .4.ssiuniboine. Asitis not at all probable streams are numerous, and wat.er-fowl aLundltnt. "'est- 
that the lIud
on B:ty routes will ever be selected as per. ward from I.ake Jessee to Mou8e IUver, It di"tance of 
manent m..ans of communication between the Great about 125 miltls, .. timLer was only once m!'t with in the 
Valley und C.mada or the Uuited States, further reference ravines of some hills !mrrounding a Elmall lake, about 
to thcm is unnece
sary. The route fl"Orn St. Paul's on the mid,\ay between the Sha
enne and Mous\\ Rivers." t1) 
Missi:öbippi to Red laver is conl't.:mtly travelled, and the 
Missouri route promi!lt's to be called into requisition soon. Mouse River Is situated In the north-western corner of 
Hence if. is proposed, first to describe these great high- Minnesota. Territory. It flow!; into the As"inJliboine Hivcr, 
wayI', dnd the country through which they pass, before and the lower portion of its coun:.e 1M fur many miles 
aliudiul!; to the Lake Superior route, by }
iny Lake and through British territory. The vallcy of the river in 
Itivpr, &.c. :\linncsota is from 10 to 20 miles broad, and is separated 
It v.ill be proper here to mention that the following from the :\liss(luri by the C{)teau de :\lissonri, a ru;;:zpd, 
descriptions are drawn chiefly from the ReportR of Ex- woodless, elevated tract of great extent, and draim'd Ly 
plorations and Surveys fur a Railroad Route from the rhuletl' which rnn dry In summer; veget:tlion is scanty 
j',li

issipJli to the Pacific. publi:!hed under the authority on the Coteau, and of inferior character. the pricld
' pear 
ûf the 8el'rf't:uy of War, U. 8.; and from the GeologicRl and wild turnip being the most important. 
Surn'
' of :\linnesot;t. Iowa. &c., by Dr. D. Owen. U. S. G.; 'Ihp Importance of :\L use lUver in conneetion with the 
And other reJial.le anthorili..s. most of v.hkh ure enumer- settlement of the great valley of the 8.t.>katchc,\an, can- 
ated in the body of this article, and their I.hmseolog'y _ _ _ _ __ _ 
retained unchanged. As it is ,cl'y evid,'nt that tho (1) T"pn
raphy of Route from 
Iissi
sil)Vi to thiJ Col- 
settlement of the Lake Winipeg Valley, will be greatly umLill. lUver,-l'ac. Rail. Uep. 
[323] 


A de'!rription of Canadian Territory as at present in- 
habitf'd. wuuld neees"tlrily be limited to the northern 
Loundalie!l of the vlf.lleys of the Great Lukes and the 
Rher St. La'Hence, with their tributaries, althou
h the 
jurisdiction of the Canadian Government undouhtedly 
extends to other "ater.
heds. So, also, a de!'cription of 
the .. Grl'at 
orth '....est." with respect to its ad..ptation 
for settlement. may for the present be confined t.o the 
vallie" of the Red J)Ì\er of the i\"orth, the Suskat,'hewan, 
and the large Lukes to which thpy lire tributary. 'l'he 
region drained by these rh eri! and lakes ex('eeds an area 
of -luO.OOO !:quare miles, being about 1100 miles long and 
400 miles broad. 
That part of it includ"d within British territory lies 
between the !9th and 65th paraU"Is of Iatit.udto', and the 
9:3rd and ll.íth degrees of lungitude west of Greenwich, 
thus embrucing 6 deg-rees of lat. and 22 of lung. A 
:EuroP"'lIl area similarly situated, east of the tpnth degree 
of lung.. would comprehend very nearly the whole of 
En
ll\nd amI I rellf.nd, part of the German Ocean, the 
Engli
h Channel, the north-eastern corner of France, the 
"hole of Bt'lgiulU aud I1oJlaml, and the greater part of 
the Valley of the Hhine, together with the }\:ingdom of 
Hanover. 
The gener:tl surface of thIs extensive country is a uni. 
form slope from the basin of Lake Winipeg to tLe source!' 
of the ::'-a
katchewan in the Uocky :\louutaius. A part of 
that stupendous mountain range forms a natural westerly 
bound:.ry to the ml\g:nificent valley under con
idpration; 
the ru;;!!:ed Coteau de !\lis,ouri limits its southern exten- 
sion; while a vast tc'xpanse of prairie countt'y, extending 
to Elk anù Beaver Hhers. affords no distinctive physical 
boundary for its northern limit. 
It is l\rained by the t.wo branche's of the 
askatchewan, 
with their tributaril's Battle Uiver, Reel Deer ](iver. now 
River, an.l othel' 
maller streams; also by the Red Riyer 
of the Xorth ,md its aftluents, 1I10use River aud As:,inni- 
boine niVer. The mOst import>lnt lakcs lie near its ea..,t. 
ern boundary and are, the well. known Winipeg Lalie. 
over 2;:;u 
eographical llJilrs long by ahout 40 bl'oad, and 
853 abO\" the t;ea level; Winipegoos Lal,e and )lIlDitoba 
Lake, each about one quarter 01 the size of Lake Winipeg 
and of simil,tr forlll; la
tly, the Lake of the Woods, near 
the east buunc1ury of the great valley, connected "ith 
Winipcg Lake by the rocky and winding Winipto'g 
Hiver, and ,Üth Rainy Lalie by Hainy River. 



28 


THE GREAT NORTH-WEST. 


[1858. 


not bl' over-estimafed. Th2 Missouri is navigable a" high 1 any importance can be established OTer a va
t extent of 
a
 the mouth of High Wood Crel'k. fifteen miles below the country, many hundred miles broad, on the ea
te!'n 
great ffill
. by steamers drawing from 18 to 20 inches of fiank of the Hocky )Iour.tains. and Routh of the Great 

atpr; at a
1 "e:tsons of the year, when not ';Ibstrl1
ted hy I "Bend of the J\Ii['['OUl"i. Owing to the ahsence of rain, the 
Ice. The dl":allce f!"Om the mouth of the }hssoul"1 to the apparently grea.t rivers, the P]ntte, the Canadian the 
G
eat Bend is about 1600 miles; to Fort Union, 1900 Arkansas. &.:.., are often converted into long dcl
l'hpd 
mIles; and h>l]f way between the Great Bend and Fort reaches or ponds during the !'ummer months. nnd forbid 
Union the Coteau du Missouri !'eparates by a few miles I'xten
ive settlements even on their inIluedillte banks. 
the waters of the }Iissouri from those of the J\louse. l'hiò great and important ph}sical fact is coutr.lry to 
}'rolD its mouth to the Great Bend, the }Iissouri admits popular opinion,.which is mainly 
ased upon an inspec:ion 
of almost cnntinuous settlement on its im.nediate banks' ofa map, aud gUllIed by tlw glowmg- but uttel'ly erroneous 
thel
ce. to }'ort Union, only abr,ut one.fhurth could b
 descriptions ":h.ich are periOl1ic,
lIy circu
ated aboy.t the 
cultIvated: Ilud above }'ort Union manv extenshe wond
rr111 fertilIty of the Far" est, aud Its capabIlIty of 
but detached lmt.tmns show t.heir adllptation for small in- sustaIDlng a dense population, 
dependent agricultural areas. The arid district" of the Upper J\lissouri are barren 
8teumers ascend the riVN" to Fort Union in 42 days, tractB, wholly unculthable fro":U v:trious causes. (2) The 
Rnd descend in 18 days. With first.c]a
s boats three or arid plaius bet.ween the Platte and (':madian J{jvers are 
even four round tl"ips could be mad" each :rea,r between in great part sllnd-deserts, The" 8.l;!e-plains," or drv 
the nhJUth .md Fort Union-lC)OO miles, or g'
O') milcs for districts, with little ,,'e:;etable growth except varie'ties òf 
each r,?und tdp. As an emigrant. route the :\1is"oari mliY Artemisia, begin on the western border of the plains of 
prove lOvd]uah]e. the eastern Hocky 1\lountain slope, and cover much the 
The awrage hreadth of the Cote:H1 du 'Iissouri is from 60 l:'lr:,!
r port,ion of the whole country ....l.stwllrd. tal Thp 
to 80 miles. and its rise from 400 to SOO feet above the beò St
rIle R..;.t:lon on the east.ern slo]?e of the Ro('ky :Uoun- 
of tllû river. It stretches nort.h I\nt! we
t into the Bl"itish t
lD
 bep!"'s about 500 ';II' GOO DlI]es west of the :\Ii
sis- 
p'ssessions, amI 
erves as a dÏ\"idin
 ridge between the 
Ippl. and Its breadth vllnes from 200 to 4
0 miles; and it 
\\ aters of the 8a."katche\\ an aud the )lis
"ul"i. The .1I1Iev I
 .then succ"eded by the Rocky l\Iountnlll raul!:e, which. 
of ;\Iouse H.iver and that of Mbsouri Jtiver are connecteÏ:l nSID.
 from an altitude of 5,200 iu I.lt. :):.,>0. reaches 10.000 
by a Coulee. (ravine, gully), piercing the Cote!iu du feet III lat. 38 0 , a
d declin
o to í490 feet 
n lat. 4:.,>0 
!/. and 
r.Ii
souri. ;\louse river is a llirge I<trcam betwl'en two and about 6000. feet 1';1 l
t.. 4,. :'.l
ng this ran;!:e Iso]at
d 
threl' hundred miles Irmg. flowing in a vulley about 200 peaks. and nd
es rI
e ;lDtO the hnll!s of
':Petual "nO\
. III 
f
et below the 
elll'ral ]""1'1 of the Prairie. Its hip:;h and some IIlstlln
es att'llDlng an el
vatJon ot 1,:000 feet. The 
steep banks are cut by Coulees extending 10 or 15 miles breadt
 of t
le Roc
y l\lountalll range varIes from 500.to 
into the prairil'. l'he rÏ\"er Is navigable throu;!;hout the 900. mIi
s. The B
)I] of the 
reater pa
t. of t.he Sten]e 
!l'reater part of itR COIlI'Sf>. Lignite conI, availahle for fu.el. RegIOn IS .nece!'sarl]Y so .f!"û m Its composilIon, aud \
here 
]m!' been found on its b.lDks. In a country destitute of well ?onstItuted !0r fertllIty, from the absence of ram at 
wood, this mu
t. be un important feature. c
rhll.n seasons. The general charal'ter of ,:xtreme sterility 
hkewlse belongs to the country embraced 10 tho mountain 
re.;ion. (4) . 'fhe table sul\ioined is capable of convCJing a 
Tery good ule!\ of the great Barrier to the v.estward pro- 
gress of settlement \\ hich lips betwel'n the l\Ii"'si

ippi 
valley and the Pacific 
]ope of the Rocliy :.\Iouutains, It 
is e:\.tracted from a tabll', showing the len
th
, !'UllJ!; of 
of ascents and descl'nts, &1'., &1'., of the several routes 
surveyed for a railroad from t.he l\lissi"sippi to the Pllcific, 
aud publi!'hed in the" Exp]orations and 
urveys" before 
quoted,-page 31. 
This table BllOWS that Ule lea"t distance of uncultimble 
laud through which a Railway from the :\JigsiQ
ippi to the 
J'!l/'ilic must pass, in the Unite'd State
 tenitory. e'[c('eds 
1,200 miles in lenJ:th,-a Barrier suf1ì.('i"nt to nrrpst the 
general progress of setUement.. for v('ry many years to 
come. iu a course due west of the Mississippi. 



 


UXIo'ITXESS OF TIlE FAR WEST FOR 
ETTLE:\IEXT. 
The general westward progressofsettlelllent.a. few miles 
west of the upper :.\Iis
ouri river il< renderedimpossib]e by 
t!w conditions of climate and soil which prevail there. 
"'rhe rnl'liy mountain rt'gion and the sterile belt east of it 
occupil's au area about equal to OYE TIIIRD of the whole 
f'm.tilce of the United States, which, with our present 
know]edÇ!'e of the laws of nature, aud their application to 
el'onomil"al purposes, must l'1.'er remain of littlr t'alue to the 
husbandman." lI) The IJrogl ps!,: of settlement mURt neces- 
sari]y be IIp the TaliI')" of the Jligsissippi, and on and up 
the banks of the )Ii"souri. The explorations for the 
Pacific Railrood and the meteorolo:;iral investigations 
carried on under the direction of the Surgeon General of 
the U. 8. army show conclusively t.hat no settlement. of 


Lendh of 

liIl'>i of 
Raih ay. 


NUllll'er of :\Iiles of 
ltoute through 
Arable La.nd. 


l\umber of -'IiII'" of I . - 
Route through land!': 
ulllber of Fquare 
generally uucuiti- miles of !'ums (>
 areas 
vable, arable soil I of ]al'gðt 
odles of 
being found in small arab
e ].md Ill. unclù- 
areas. tl V" ble regIons. 


Routc near the 4ith and -l9th parallel 18114 3í-1 H
O 1000 
" " 41st and -l2nd do. 20:32 C32 1400 1100 
:J
th and :J9th do. 21180 û
.) HI:iO 1100 
3:>th do. lSP
 416 H76 2:300 
32ud do. lUIS 408 1
10 2300 


Theonly direction which remaIns for extensive free 80il 
settlement in and nellr the United States is NORTHWARDS, 
partially along the immcdiate banI,s of tho ;\lI
souri, 
about the he'ad.waters of the :\lississippi, and towards the 
vallies of t.he I
ed River and the Saskatchewan. The 
popular impression that immense arpa
 of land 'tvailahle 
for thl' purposes of agriculture. lie between the :\Ii...souri 
and tho Hocky !lIollulain chain, hilS, as befÌJre stated, 
been completely refut.l'd by the explorations IlDd surveys 
for the Pacific Railroad. The now well ascertained ariditv 
of climate and it.. natural consequl'nre, sterility of g"ïi. 
both com hine to confinu the title of" 'fhe Great American 
De!'l'rt," giveu by the early explorers of th., ea
tel'n flank 
of the Rockv Mountains to that exlen.ivo reorion of 
country. This import.ant fact canuot f.'\il to exe
cise a 


(1) Dr. lIenry (Smith
onian Institution), 
(2) Pa
c (j81, Army Meteoro]ogical Register, U. S. 
(3) IlJid. 


powerful influence upon the occupation of British Terri- 
tory nOrth of t.he 4
Jth Pliralle] of latitude. and on the 
snurces from which that occupation will fl..w. A con- 
!'iderable p:'lrt. of the region IJing between th.. Sh'lyenno 
JUver (a tributary of Hed IUvcr) and :\Inu
e RÏ\er (a dis- 
t:mC8 of 150 miles) Is. moreover, scarl'ely fitted for con. 
tinuoul'! settlement., owin
 to the Ilbsenl'!j of wood. and th9 
constant OCl'urrence of brllckish (\1' salt.water I.lk...let". In 
t.he event of the construction of the Pllcific nail road near 
the 49th p:ualle]. wood for buildin
 and fuel on the pro- 
posed line of roarl fOJ' a distance of 400 miles, wnuld. ha\'e 
to) hli obtained fl"Om the only sources of 
upp]y on l{('d 
Riv"r and 
louse UÏ\er. t 5 ) 
Dr. Owen think'i th:'lt fiU apparentlv trh hi] cirl'um- 
stance will dehty the settl em..ut of the re..:iull of the 
(4) Exploration and Surw
ls f'r 11 R:IÌIl"()/i,1 Honte fll1uI 
the :\Iisòi
sippi River to the Pacific Ocelln-I'a
e Q, 
(5) Exp]orations and SurveJ's-page 4lJ. 
[324] 



1858. ] 


2D 


THE GREAT NORTH-WEST. 


Upp\;r WisI'onsin, Chippuwa. :st. CroIx, anù B1:wk Rh'er- all rossible expeùition, for the sake not only of est
lbli<h- 
tlwuce J\ 'rth t..> Lake Superior and tho llritbh line. illg a c,'Jllll'cti"n liver llriti<h b'rritory with HritiOjh 
etTle- 
"rhi,; i:> the prevalence in insutIer,Ü.le quantities of venom- nmnts aull a ft'rtilo valley of almost i:limih\ble extent, Imt 
OUi! insect,; iu the Pineries of :Xorthcrn \\ iscoosin, anù nlUre e!-pecially with a vie" to check the othd"wi...e cerbtin 
mOl'e or less throo;:;hout the above dl'l'i!{natcù re;.don; the direction of foTure c,'mmerce, and the more ttmgèrous 
lmfialo-!!uat, the bl"Ulot, aloù tbe s,tlIIHly, /Jesidl's myriads pl'olJabilit}. of 
he unlicenl'ed occopation of t.he c,'uo,try by 
of gigantic Ulo!>quitoe:>, carryon inc2ssant wltr. Un the the sqnatterslrom the south of the -l
lth p,\ri\.lI..!. kor the 
oth<!r haod, tilt! "\'alley of the Ileù HÏver. west of this I pl1l'pll
e of obt1liuing accurate iutormati<'J\ on till' naturo 
region, h a va
t and magnificent exp'\nl'e of OpCI1 country, I of the ('oUl!try, in all its 
,:pects. !,etwet'n 1 ak,> Supt>I'ior 
ab"ut íU:J feet,-4,'J miles from La!,e 'rntver
p,-below the and Red l:a
er, the expellitlOn wlnc
 has alr
lJ.d:1 !o!llr!cù 
height of 1.ll1ù lJetween it and )1i
!;i
\:'ippi; :lnd r"r a river fOl' tcat reglUn of country, \IUS Olgall1seù lJy the Canat!.mu 
distauæ of UOU miles to LItke Willip
g its descent is only gl!verllmeut. 
2,IU feet, or ab,.ut I,nt' thirù of a toot per mile. And" }louse 
Rin>r olfers 
n'ater int!.ucements for settlement, th!ln I\le 
to be tcund tor a long di::;tance on either side of it.;' (1) 
The Gmnd Coulee conne.:tin6 by a passage its waters wilh 
those of the }lbsouri, is sitmted within II. mile or two of 
the nati.:malbouDdary. 
The route from Lake Superior to the Van",y of Ret! 
River, by way of the Kamanitiquia, Rainy Lake, the 
Lake of the Wooùs, anù Winipe ó River, lies wholly 
"\\ithin a granitic tract; upper silmi!ln limestones ap- 
pearing only i'l :\ body on the south-western shores of tht! 
Lnke of the \\'oods. K!lDl8.niti'luia River (2) empties 
itself into 'l'huD.der Bay, near tho western extl'emity of 
Lake 
upÐl'ior, :Fùr about ten mi!es it is a df'ep Ilnd 
muJùy lIIc:mdt'rin:! stream. 300 feet broad. :For abuut 13 
IllÎles the dver is rapid to the foot cf the Grellt Falls, 100 
feet in hei..
ht. The stl'eam now maintains a westerly 
course for twenty miles in a straight line to Dog Lake. 
In this p.lrt of its course it is predpitated over a SUCCCB' 
!lion of ht'avy falls. Dog Lake is an extensive sheet of 
water, occup
 illg nearly 200 Fqu:u'e miles in area. anù 
about 500 fLet,tbuve Lake SUIJcrior. The stream here takes 
the name of Dog IUver, anù passes for twenty miles 
throu
h It 
reat nt:ll'sh. after which short rapids, alterna- 
ting wiLh IOLg I3tretehes of stm water, occur for 1ifken 
miles, as far "s the tribuw'y through which the caDoe 
route lies tow MÙS llet!lti Vel'. 
The uppi.'r part of the river, between its Sources and 
Dog Lake, f"r the greater part of the d:sh\nce passes 
through a vust swamp, bounded on each bit\e by low 
granitll rid6lts, usually more or les
 covered with a stunted 
growth of t'\'ergreens and white birch, The route by the 
tributal'y 1J,.fure mentioned. lies through a series of lakes 
and thl.ir ccnnecting streamlO, to Lac Ia Croix anù Rainy 
I.akc. From this poifit to the Like of Wooùs, lJy Raiuy 
};i\'er, th...re is a lnng stretch ûf n:l\"igable water, saiù to 
exceed l;)u miles in length; and much of the surrounding 
country is de!'cribeù as fel'tile and invitiug, Beh\ cen The question of climate, in its bearings upon agriculture 
l
ainy Lake ant! Lake Wiuipeg the route admit!! of the north of the 4Cth pamllel, on tlle Amelican (,ontincd, 
navigation of boats of two or three tOllS by the Winipt'g arpl.ars to be Jimiteù alUlo
t alto;;etlll'r to the mean 
IUver, sulJject, however, to occasional port!lges. The chief temperature of the slason, from tho mi,\ù!c of April to 
ob
tacles to a commercial route from L:tke Superior to the miùdle of October, and to tbe J1recipitatio!l of water in 
Ued lU\"er appear to lie east of Uainy Lake. There can be the form of rain or !On ow throu
hout the whole year. 
no doubt that the obstacles to bO:lt n!l\igation are ,'ery Extremes of temp"fI\tUl'e ùulÌng the month!' whl'n veg,,- 
t;.Jrmidahle between th08f' pointE.; to Dog Lake alone the table growth is arresteù. d() not nece8sarily am.ct. many of 
rise is 5uO feet ab:we LaI;:e Superior, in a river roul'Fe of the most important a
deultural operation8, or in the lellbt 
Ilbout 4'; miles; the fulls of Great Dog POl'tpge (131 mile dt'gree the production of summer crops. 
ll)ng) have a united ùownfall of about 200 feet; lJetween Tbe custom, univers,llly pn'valent, of assignhlg to the 
thi.. Portage anù the Gmnù :Falls, a succession of falls or Eeason of !OPl'ing the months .\larch, April. and M.ty. and 
rapids occasion !iix portagf'B. varying in length from I\. few to l3uD;lmer, June. .July, and Au:!ust, is not I\pplkable to 
YIU'ÙS to a mile.-the total ùownfall iB here also about a large pOl.tion of the Xorthcrn States of the Union, or to 
:WU teet; then t0110W the Granù J':tlis of 100 feet at one per- Briti
h Amel'ka. I n the construction of iwthcrmal lines 
pendicular leap. The frequency of fulls and rapiùs throogh- fl)r the sl'asons of tbe Lake Winipeg Valley, April and 
out the whole route from Lake Supe\"Ïor to Litke 'Winipeg, May should represent the !'pring seasen, June, July, and 
ID.iy be jmlgetl of by the fact that Dr. ,_ wpn's party maùe August, and Borne days of Bt'ptel1llJer, the >-ummer season. 
over One hundreù portages, The waters of the Kamanti- In cunsequence. however, of the form.'r ùÎ\ isi'lll bein
 
(luia art! eVt'rywhere furloiù, and durin
 the summer adopted, the \\inter anù autumn i80thernmls are too 
season so warm as to lie sc:u'ce!y potalJle. (8) These facts higb,-made to penetrate into too high latituùes,-"\\ hile 
eombineù, scem to point to the con
truction of I\. rO,td tho!'e of spring and summer, for the I':IDle re3son, descend 
from some couvel1it nt poiot on Lake Superior to Eainy I too low. '.fhe !'pring isothermal of 35 0 (.) is rt'presented 
Lake, wh,>re a
aibl"le navigltion DIllY be said to com- to pass round the north s;hOl'e of Lake Superior, ùel'cend 
mence. The valley of Rat lUver, whose sources are said I to the latitnùe ûf the llig;h table lanù about the hr"ad 
to lie near Hainy Ùlk . e, anù wh.)se courf;e is almost ùue waters of l\lissitosippi, and enter the V!llley of l
!'ù River 
west to U.>d Hiver, ùoes not appear to have ex"iteù tho about lat. 47 0 . lIere it rises !!udùenly in a north.westel'ly 
Ilttenti<>n it deserves. It set'ms probab!e that f!"Om the direction, cr05ses Muu:o>e River and tho Ao;.
ir iboinl', up to 
cireum!outn,'e of its being represented to !low in part o\'er the valley of the Saskatrhewan. On the flank of the 
a limel'tone formation, the country on its banks would be I Rucky :\1. untains it dl'
cenù8 abl"upt1y towardI' anù below 
M weIlllùapted Ibr It roaù, as the trail up the Hed1! iver to the 40th parallel. The summer isothermal of 65 0 crosses 
St. l'au!"". '.fhe comparison between the physical features :llichi 6 an south of lat. 4iP. and gradually asct'nds to :Fort 
of the I'outes by the Mis
issippi V .llley, the }lissouri anù Ripl..y. It. touc.hes l{eù Hivcr at about the 4tjth p.uItIlel, 
Grand Coulee, I\.nd I,al;:e Superior, show tbe necessity and follows the cOUl'se of th'lt stl...am in a due northtrly di- 
of opcnin
 the la
t nameù means of communication \\ith rection for fully 4 degrees of latituùe; it then pursues a 


(I) 1':xplordtions anù Surveys-p!lgo 40. 
(2) 
lt-. .\lurr.1Y, Geo. Sur. 18-1\.i--l7. Page 48. 


GEOLOGICAL FEATURt
S Olf 'fUE GREAT YAUÆY 
OJ' LAKI<} WDlll'EG. 
Lake Winillt>g has on its eastern shores a uniform 
stretch of crJsta1line rock, composet! of gueiss, 
r8uite, 
:\nù trap. &c., Ldng I\. continuation of the great Lduren- 
tian formatiun of Ca.nada, Un its western shores are ex- 
poscù the Iime8toncs of Lower 
ilurian agt!. llerlllher, 
for a few milt's f!"ODI its sOUl'ce to below its great Uenù, is 
røpresented to flow over the same kind of cr) stalline rock; 
north of that point, however, it 1m;:; expoSeù in nwnerous 
spots a continuation of the Silurian basin, whose outcrop 
bas just been noticed as occurring on the westel'n 
hol"es 
of Lake Winipe!;. These Silnrian limestoues ha"\'e been 
traced from Hed mVer to near the head \\ ate!'s of ß
:wer 
IUver, being uumask..ù by a small p:\rt of the southern 
and nearl
' the wlwle of the nurthern branch of the 
Saskatchewan. On 1\1ouse Hh"er anù it.s tributaries, near 
the Coteau du :\lissouri, massh-e sanùstone f(wks are ex- 
poseù on their' Lanks, A very ll\.rge portion of the s(Jutl1 
branch of the Saskatchpwan, allù the whole of }{eù Deer 
RiYer "\'alley, i:! excavateù in a lignite formation. Lignite 
also OC-CUI'S iD quantity on !'IlolH;t) niver, anù can be walle 
:wllilable as fuel. Tertiary formations occur on the !'IIis, 
f.Ouri in the region about the Great Ðenù, anù com,tituttJ 
the rugg
d barrens of the Coteau du .\lissollrÌ. 'l he v:t!<t 
coal fiehl of the Uppel' 
asl,atch,,\\an, Imù its pl'obalJle 
continnation towal'ù" 
Iou"e HiveI', cannot fail to ghe in- 
calculable "\alue to the western part of the gr(.at \ alley ; 
anù the navigable chltracter of the two branches of the river 
whi:h expose it, points it out as tho soulce of !'uppl}' for 
fuel over the WOOtUcss but fe..tile prai:'ies "\\ hkh form 
such:l. mal'keù feature in tbe phJl3ical geogmlJhy of this 
re.;ion. 


CLnIATE 01<' THE LAKE WINIPEG BASI
. 


(3) Mr. :\ImTay. 
(4) Lorin lllodget. 
[325] 



30 


DECIMAL CURRENCY. 


[1858. 


westerly cOUl'se along the valley of the S'1.skatrhewan 
until the nu o of longitnde is reached, \\ hen it descends 
along the Ilank of the H.ocky Mountains to south of 
latitude 3i o . These isothermals represent the line of 
mean "pring and Bummer temperatures. according to the 
generally received uivision of spring and summer months. 
lt
 however, the month of March were thrown ont alto- 
goether, and a few da)s of September added. to the Bummer 
the geueml coUlse of tbese lines of equal temperature, 
would lie considerably to the north of tlie diI'ectiun just de. 
scribed, and Ulore fully indicate the agricultural capabili- 
ties of the re
ion they art! represented tu traverse, by ex- 
hibiting,-what re;tlly exist,-higher il'"thermals for the 
agricultural SeaSonS. The autumnal Season comprises the 
greater part ofSeptembðr, Octobt,r, and a few da}s vf 
OVem- 
ber; the remaining pal t of November to J.\-1;uch, inclnsive, 
represents the winter Sl"<'tson for the area under conl'idera. 
tion. '.chis I1!ltural divbion of the Se"sons is stl"ihingly 
represented by the eady and rapid advance of tt'mpera- 
ture in )by, in the valley and prniries of the Saskatche- 
wan; and it is also indicated in a very marked dcgree 
by the exti'nsion nort.hwards to the saUie valley, bt:tween 
the 9iJ o "nd 1U5 0 of longitnde, of numerous plants, whose 
geographical distribution, e"st and west uf those limits, 
has a much more southern climatil' bound;lry, 'fhe limits 
of trees rise with the isothermal lines, and these attain a 
much higher elevation in the interiur of ßriLbh Amel"ica, 
than ou the Atlantic coast. t 1 ) Among the c:luses which 
tend to give an elevated spring and summer tempcrature 
tu the Valley of Lake Winipe
. two may be noticed 
which "ill sen'o to illustrate this great physical fa,'t. 

'be first is the comp!iratively low elevation of the country 
above the sea level. The valley of Hed River, 200 miles 
in an air line from its lllouth, is JUO fect (equal to 2
:!0 of 
temp.) below the lcvel of the lable land st'ptu-ating it trom 
tht! .)lisbissippi; and Lake Winipeg is 95U feet (equal to 
3Y2 o of temp.) below the saDIe re;;ion. In other wurds, 
the height l.f land, near thu head wllters of the ;\li!'sis- 
I'ippi, is 17UO fpet; the COb'au de :\lissol1ri, not less than 
:!
l)U feet; while Lake Willi peg is only 8;)u feet above the 
Hea level. The second is this inti ul'nce ofthe warm westerly 
wind
 from the Pa,'illc Ucean, in connection with the 
IJre\niling: northeast "ind, which is onc of the establil'hed 
physical phenomena of this great part of Bl"itbh America, 
It would appear, at first sight, that the (in \\il1tt'r 
and spring) snow-c'tpped ridges of the Ca
eade, lllue, 
and Rocky :\lountnins would abl'tract so much hpat 
from the warm westerly winds coming frolll the Pacific 
Ucean, as to nentmli.ole their influence upon the temper- 
ature of the 8ashatchewan Yallt'Y. Such, however, is not 
the case; Rnd happily for the purpose of practically 
ub- 
stftntiating this apparent anomaly, we have indi
putable 
testimony. 
In the magnetical and meteorological obscrvations at 
Lake AthaLasca and :Fort I:;impson, by Co!. Lefroy, H.A., 
we find the fullowing important observation. in rl'lation 
to the phenomena of Pacific winlls allecting the climate of 
tho J'i"orthern Hegions:- 
"A loc,\l phenomena of interest was observed several 
times at Fort I:;impson, (Lat. ül o 51' j" J'i".; Long. 8h. 5' 
40" W.; 460 miles from Sitka, iSO from FOI.t Chipewyan- 
};'OI.t ChipewJan is situated in lat. 5b o -13' N,; Ivng. 7h. 
35' 1;;" ".-1.7UO geo. miles from 'l'úronto,) in the rapid 
rise of the temperature of the air, when the wind changed 
to thl' south-v. est from an eastcrly direction. It appe"I'ed 
liS if the warmer air of the Pacific Ocean were transferrt'd 


(1) Gray. 
t2) See an article on Meteorology, in connection witb 


al'roE's the neighbOllrin
 ridgE's of the Hoclry l\lountains 
with little loss uf its temperature."-(I:'nge 13\1.) 
'fhese ubservations are of 
I'eat Inlportance in the l)ear- 
in!/: they ba,'e upon tbe bumidity uf the climate of the 
Saskatchewan Valley. Warm air from the Pacific, loaded 
with moistm'e, pas
es at certain periods of tbe year over 
the whole range of the Rocky Monutains in jlritbh 
Americ'l and in the United States. It is an ascertained 
f.lCt, however, that westt'rly winds from the Pacific 
occü
ion but a very small precipitntion of rain or snow on 
the eastern Ilank of the Hooky 
lountüins, south of the 
Great l\1iS>'oul"Ï ßend. Similar winds ii'um the l'ndfic do 
occa
iun a cumidt'rable precipitütion in the SlIskat,'hpwan 
Yalley, althuugh they have to pass over a mountain 
rangt! of perhaps equal extent and altitude. \\ hence, 
then. this apparent anomaly? It prob!bly arise.. from 
the difTm'ence in the temperature of the two rt'gionl' and 
the direction of the prevailing' winds. It is of sullicient 
iuwl'est to warrant further notice. In spring and summer 
warm westerly winds, laden with moisture, in pa
Eing 
ovel' the mountain range south of, 8ay the -1;;th plU aJlL'l, 
ure couled to a certain temperature, 8nd precipitate the 
gre,lter portion of their moisture, in the ii'rm uf rain or 

no", upon the mountain ridges. Un arriving at the 
eastern tlank of the Hocky Mountains, their wmpernture 
ri
es to a degree corresponding to that of the regiun over 
which they pass, in addition to the increal'e due to the 
deposition of their moisture, in the form uf rain or Enow, 
flom the conversion of latent into sensible heüt; but the 
capadt.y of air tur moisture is v.ell known to be dep..ndent 
upon its temperature, \\ ithin certain lill1its,-heuee the 
westerly Pacific winds become more and more warm and 
dry, as they deEcend the slope, until they meet the moist 
winds from the Uulfof Mexico passing up the Valley of 
tht! Mississippi, and OVer the northern regions of the 
Great Lakes. 
lIence one reason of the remarkahle aridity Iwd eonl'e- 
quent I'td'ility of the eastern tlank of thc Hock
' :\loltIltains 
in the United 
tfttef;. In the valley of the :-:a
klltehewan, 
however, the winds from the l'ul'Îtìc. tbou,;h not 
o 
prevalent liS the westerly trade wimls impinging upl'n the 
vast ranges of Oregon and California - Rud dl'prived 
of much moiEture in their passage over the Hocky Houn- 
tain range, meet with a pl'evailing north-easterly wind 
inst.ead of a warm south-westerly wind, as in the valley 
of the :\li
Hissippi; hence their temperature is ll'ssened 
instead of bt'ing elevated, and precipitation in the form of 
rain takes plllC'e. (2) 'fhe prevalence of north-ea!'terly 
winds in British America is another cause of the increased 
amount of precipitation in the reg:lon they traverse, they 
probably extends as far south as lat. 55 0 . 
The foregoing brief outline of the important rPl"tions 
which the great Wir,jpeg Valley already p085eI'SeS phYbi- 
cally, aud is likely to establish commercially, with C,mada 
IIml the United Hates. embraces enough to foreshado\\ tbe 
interest wbith may be involved in its futurc politit'al cen- 
dition. At present it is a vast oasis of alm"st contiuental 
dimem,ions. possessing, undoubtedly, great Lut not well- 
detined I't'sources of bOll and climate, and scpamted from 
('ivillsation by a low broad Larrlerofgrünite hills nr sterile 
ddft rang..s, n9t difficult to surmount. as wen liS by a 
peculiar occupalion under its present lords of the SI.il. "ho, 
frum obvious moti ves of interest. are not inclilwd t.o witness 
with favour the bnffalo yielding his boundless pllstnro 
fields to tbe ox, or the bear and wolf gh'ing place to the 
sheep and the goat. 


Agriculture, by Professor .Josepll Hcnry, Scc. 
m. Inst.; 
also, Met. Observations at Lake Athabasca, by Col. Lefroy. 


DECIMAL CURRENCY. 


By an Act of the last Session of the Provincial Pürlia- 
ment (:W Vie., cap. 18), it is enacted that all aCl'ounts Le 
rendered to the Government, or any l'ublic Uffice or De- 
partment in this Province, in dollars and cents, and that 
thi'! Act sh,\11 take effect on Iwd after the Thirty-Ilrst lÌay 
of December, 1:iJhteen hundrell and J<ïfty,&ven. 
Consequent upon the above enactment v.ill be the gene- 
ral adoption of the deeimal system in all operations of 
trade, and a'! some confusion is likely. to arist' in reducing 
pence into dollürs and cents, or vice 1'prSl!. we givE' tbe 
fúllowing rnles, which we trust "ill prO\e of valup:- 
RULE I.-Add a cipher to any gÏ\'en numlJûr of pence &lnd 
divide by six, ,\nd the result is in cents. E.wmple: 3s. 8d., 
[3
6] 


or 4-1 pence: add a cipher gives HO, divided by six and re- 
sult il' j3 2-6th. say j3 cents answer 
HULE II.-:\'lultiply any given numbl'r of CE'ntR by six 
and cut off the last figure, which is tenths of a penny. 
E:Nml'l
: i3 cents multiplied b
' six giveR 4:3R. E'qual to 43 
pence and 8.10ths, say 4-l pence, or 3s. 8d. answer. 
. .Approximale Values. 
Cents. Pence. Cepts. Pence. 
1 
 6 3Y2 
2 1 7 4 
3 2 8 1) 
4 2Yz 9 5% 
3 10 6 


Cent". 
20 
30 
50 
75 
$1.00 


s, d. 
1 0 
1 6 
I) 6 
3 9 
1) 0 



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:MATHEMATICAL D EP ART:\IENT. 


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l\lATHE:\lATICAL DEP ARTl\lENT. 


In consequence of the omission of nny specifieù time for the return of solutions by corres- 
pondents, in our last issue, we have thought it better to defer the publication of the IUlIHven; till 
next Jear, when ùue acklJowletigment will be matle of all. Correspom.lellts will pleu.
e observe t1mt 
their' communications (prepaitl) must btJ in the hantls of the publlshers, 
Ies:;rs. 
lAcLEAR 
 Co., 
on or bet ore the 1st ot July, It;;)8, and that we shall be \Cry glad to receive orig.inal pl'Oblems 
from all quarters. 
The Publishers, desirous of encouraging the study of 
Iathematics in Canada, have liberally 
placed at the disposal of this tlcpartmclJt two Prizes, each of the value of .Five .Pounus, tor the 
be:;t and second bef:>t solutions of the problems in our present and last year's is:me, vd.J.ich shall 
have been rect:iveù before the above-uwutioned date. 


Pl'oblClns contributc{l by COJTcspo.lldcnts. 
PROB.1, by P. IIODGKlX80:;r, Aylmer: 
v TIIEORE
t I.-'J'he angles made by the meeting of three straight lines drawn from the vertices of an equilateral 
triangle to any poiut within, are re
pectively t..U u grt
at"r (th.. gr"alCr tl1an the greater and the 11;'I;s than thtJ J.te"b) than 
the IWgle,; of" u'Üngle having it!! SJdeb se\tJrally equal to thOl;tJ three strl1Ïght liues. 
,/" TI.IEOR.t:llt !I.-lf iu an equilat
ral triaugltJ there btJ giVt
n three. straight l
nes drR'I n from any poil1t ".ithin to !be 
vertices, t\\1ce the l\.I'e:\ 01 tne tnal1gle sh:tll be equal to the areas ,,1 three eqnilaterlil tflangles, hanug their n"pecnve 
side,; equal to those tleveral givtJn 11nes, togl;'ther with three times the /l.rea 01" a tri<LngltJ havilJg its l:ji\1e!! Je
peclively 
eq ual to the S8llie three givenl1ues. 
...- PROD. 2, bJ WILLLU! lJus:'\E,-A surve)"or lost tne dimensions of a field in the form of a right-angled triangle, but 
recollects th,\t th.. least I!iue multiplied oy tb" h,)' potheuuse produced I:Uã cilluns, and the rewaulÎl1g t,ide multiplied 
by the visector of the opposite :\ughJ proL1uced lUbli..h\J chaius. }'rom thes.. t\\O products .he hupes /:SOwe C.J.uadlan 
diarian WJll ve avh; to tell him the b.Î\1es and ar"a of the s:iill triaugle. 
V PROB,3, Ly --. Huw must three trees, A, ß, C, be plauted so th'l.t the angle at A may be double that at n, 
the augltJ at B double tlllit at l.J, and,;u that a Jiue 01" 4tJu ,)'ards wa,)' ju,;t go round them 1 
I" PROB. 4, by the same.-SuIJPose a mlm to walk 20 miles the first day, 19 the second, 18 l-:!Oth the thi1'd, &c" ill 
v what time would htJ arrive at a place 401 miles di!!tant 1"rom the puiut of departure 1 
I'ROB. 5, by the same.-A larg.. vessel, 10 feet high, being kept constantly full of water, if nine small circular holes, 
each I-5th of all i1.lch in diameter, bA opened m itb v"l.tic..t sil1e..t every loot 01" the depth: rtoquùed to detelwiue the 
dibWnee!! to which the)" will bCverally spout on the horizontal plane 01" the vu.se, and tl1" qwmtlty ot' wakr l1iseltarg..d 
by all of th
m in t..n minutes. 
V"" PROB. 6, by 'rIIO:\IAS GUERIIi,-)Iy f<Lrm, containing 200 acres, i:il an oblong (as are :\11 farms in Canad:\); the bounda- 
ries are aU detÎiced, but there aN lour tree,; \\l1kh "re knuwn to ve sitUlued relopecti\ely in thtJ tour vuund.1ry liJiciI. 
It i,; .equked trum theuce to determiue the bound.tries. 
V PROB. í, by J. D. YORK,-The pt'pulation of a villa
t) during t1r"" years was augmented at the end of each year at 
a rate pt!r cent. eqm\l to th", popul.J.ti...n at tlltJ beginuing, and at the eud of the tJ..tird ,year it Wa!! 4,
UÙ: wh:\t \\a.s it 
at the beg.n.niü.; of the tinöt )ca.d 
v PROD. 8, by THO
! 
s THORP, uttawa.-.l!ïnd the Eide of the greatest equilawral triaugle which cau Le insccibed in a 
given square. 
I'IIOB. 9.-by 'WILliAM Dus
'E.-Find two numbers whose product shall be a square; tht:ir sum added to tbeirproduct, 
a tr"'.ile square; aud their product, less their IiUW, a douvle sq ual'e. 
V l'ROB.IU-Prom. a [Qrrespondent.-lJemonstrate the foHo\\ing constcuctioD for the trisection of an anglð:- 
f'rom ß as centre, describe a circle ACD, of which CD is a diameter; join DA, CA, and produce DA to 
a pAut E; draw liE cut ling Al.J in }<' so that }...
 is equal to the diawtI;lJr of tht) circle: tLeu bhall the .. 
an
le AV./!' be onlt-third of the angle AUG. 
V l>ROB. 11, by K. T. G.-A horse being tethered to a point in the circumference of a circular enclosure, outside of it, 
by a rupe which will just go half round it: over what artJ3 can lltJ gmztJ l 
1'ROB. 1:2, by .E. S.-If the elirth (considered a unÏlörm sphere) "ere divided into two parts by a plane through its 
centre, what torce in Ibs. ,",ould be required to drag thew a"underl 
l'ROB. 13, Ly J. F., )lono.- What diameter of a circular pipe (wood or iron) will be reqnired to convey watt!r ÕO rods 
on a level from a thretJ teet hel1d, so ad to di!!charge 1,00u cubic teet per minute; and how much ledS wuuld be the 
dÏI1meter it the pi}!e had a fwl ot' two leet in thut distance f 
l'ROD. U, by Ul,:;r
ER.-lf a cannon ball be tired, at Toronto, at a murk ùue Xorth or South, and the time of tli.;ht 
be one miunte, bow much ought It to bl;' point"d wide of the wark in conseqUence of the J<.arth'tj rutlition l . 


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,/ PROB: 15.-The points D, E, F, are those points of triSection of the straight lines AB, AC, DB, whieh are nearest 
re8pectlvely to ß, A, D. l:omp".e tLe area!! of the tri"lIg1t!s liV}', AlJ!>, c..E./!', l.I
}'. 
P.ROB. It>.-Sulve the equations: 
x .
. 
_r _/_-a+]l ã2-z2 +]l u
+x
 +]l a.
_ax 
t' a- t' a-x 
r: 11 x
 + :::0 - 3 ý; _ Ý x 2 + 20 + 3 ]I; 
(x-C)) 2 ý- ýx _ . 
x- x ýx+2 

 y2 1 \1 
(3.) (X+y)2(X_Y) = 1 +2x!I; ;; + ;; -3 = (xy + 2) _ (x + y)2 
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IATICAL DEPARTMENT. 


[1858. 


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v PRon. 17 ._.\ person "ishing to find hIs distance from the foct of an inarcessihle column of unknown hei;:iht, and 
bein
 unpfL)v;<\.,r! with an instrument for measuring angles, finds three p,lints, In the same hOliwntal plane as the 
base of t1;ð Culumn, at each of which the elevation of the summit i..:! thð sume. Show how, ùy measurin b the distanceS 
b
t\Veen tho e points, he can find what he wants. 
V PJloß. IS.-If x 2 +ax+b and x 2 +(a+c)x+b+c have a common measure of o
e dimen
ion in x, their leastfommon 
multiple wIll be (x+1)(x+b)
x+b+c). 
v PIton. ID.-AuJ' number and its fifth power when divided by 30 leave each the same remainder: also if the 
iff,)rence 
between two numbers be exactly divisiùle by another number n, the dHIerence between the nth powers of the two 
lòrruer wìl: be eJ..&ctly dh'Ï:Úble bJ' the squ:u'e of It. 
..I PROß. 20.-Ir" the law of mortality be, that, out of n pPI'sons born, on'3 dies each year until the "hole are extinct, 
what sum must lJe paid at Lirth to SlJCm'e to .l.n indhidual a given annuity, payaLle on completing his 1 1th year, and 
arterwanls yearly during his life? 
( 
7r ) ( -/1-1 7r ) 
PROB. 
1.-The sum of the series cot e + cot 
 +e +......+ cot ') n + e 
:.s n cot! ne 01' n cot ne accorJing as n is even or odd. 


, 


V PRon, :!
.-The squares of.! che$s-board are numbered from 1 to 6-1. and a coin, whose dhmeter is ha]f the side of one 
ùf tllP f;'1 U3 1"<'<;, is to ùe thrown by a person at rundc.m on the boald, 1mt if the coin do not fllil entirely within the 
büunelll'y of the board, th
 throw is to be r<'peated. If the> coin fall on any s.lu3re, clear of the dh bions, he is to 
reeeÌ\e I<S IIlauy dolla['s as the nUIDb
r on that squ..lre: "hat is his chauce worth? 
V' PROD. 
3.-There are n+3 points in the same plane, n of them lying ill oue strai 6 ht line: the number of triangleS 
that rail be m:>de br joi[)in
 these points is in general 
 n (n+ 1) , 1; also pOillt out the exceptional cases. 
PIton. :!4.-If f (r,t) denote the co-efficient of x T in the expansion, by ascending powers of x, 
{ ( l +X 
 "- l } t , 
of then will 
f(r,1) - k f (r -1,2) + !f(r-?, 3) - ...... = (-y 2':1' 
PROB. 25.-If A+
:-(J =- 
. + 
 + 
, anJ, (A.+n+C) (a + b + c) = Aa + Bb + Cc 
.t B C --
 
.- -
 
tLen 
L:lll 
 + 1 + b 2 + 1 ------:.t = 0, and, + 1 + b + 1 + + 1 = O. 
1+(
 +c a (i' bee 
I'nOB. 2G -If three points iu a parabola (!f-=4ax) h:tve their ordinates the roots of the equation y8 + 2 P a !III + 
'" 
 4 'I u2 '1 + S TU 3 =O, the {'qnation to the circle, \
hich passe!! through the inters
ctions of the tallgents dl'8wlI to the 

 p'u'abül.l at thuse point!!, "ill be 

.J, x2 + y2 _ (q+1) ax - (i-p) ay + qa 2 = O. 
V I'r.on. 2'i".-Tht' elaation x2+
 1.' 7!/-y'J=f[
 in 
t'ct;Ln
ull\r 
o-ordillates, k being an arbit,rary constant, represents a 
s
rie" of rcctal/gular hJ perbulas, whose "el'hces he on a 1elllUlsCllttl. 
/" I'I:OD t'-'.-!Iow lOU<t a puticlt' of given elasticity bÐ pro5ected from a pol.nt in. the 
irc
I'lference of a circle so as to 

 1;0 rouud tl.1e cit de ùy a gl \"ellllumber of rebound;; and come back to the pOlut of proJection? 
........ PROD. ::.1._.\ 'esf;
l sailing unit
)rmly in a strai
ht line is ('hased by ,mother which al;;o sails uniformly. and \'Oheso 
motion is l'oll!-t.,mtly directed tow.lrds the first, :5upposing them to start in perpendi<'ular directions, find the pith 
described by the Stll"ond vef:'sel, :\ud the distance sailed 1J,r it "h
n it has overtahen the first. 
Pal .;; .-0\ luminous liue of giv<,n length, eYf'I"Y pr.int of which i!! equal1y brilliant, !lhine!! on a point at It gin>n 
....... dist'l.I1Cl' t....un its centre, the poiut bl'ing placed first on the prolongation of the l;ne; sel'ond, in a line throubh its 
middle pui.1t at l"ight an;;les to it. Compare the iutensities of the illumim\tion at the point in the two cases. 
V': Pí1.0B 31.-A uniform heavy chain has one-fifth of its whole len

th laid on a rou!!h bori7.ont.al t.able (co efficient of 
fr;cthJ3 =I
). and tl.1e rl'm'\illdcr, hanging ovel' the ed
e, has its other eod att.
chcd to a point, in the same horizontal 
pl.me a'S tllP h\lJlc, and ":s far as 
of:'
iLle distant from it. the wÌJ?I
 c
I/Ün being in Ii vertical plane perpendi,'ular to 
th
 ell:;e of tll\! table. Given the (l1stance from the table to the p_nnt of attachment-find the leu;;th of the catenary. 
PROD. 3
.-A partidø descends from rest towards a centre of force, \'::.r:.ing- inversely as the squltre of the distance 
...'" and whCll it h,l
 described one nth 11 rt of its 0I'ip;ina1 distance, the forcl' chall;;es to a repul
i\"e one, varying a
 th
 
di
tance. 'I'he foJrces are such th:lt thdr magnitudes \\ ould b" cq uul at the original distance of the particle, :Show 
th'lt the p:>rti 'Ie woJulJ. nevel' corne to rest if pl-1)a<211'J. 
Pr.OB. 3;S.-A uniform right cone fhlH' in water (density I) with a"\:is l<ertkal, alld vertex do
 nw:trds: find the angle 
of the cone that the JU
tacentro may lie in the ph\ne of fba1ation. liFve th'
í sach a cone wil1 float in stable equiii- 
brium, whe'}lCr it!! vertex be up or down, If it!! density bo between ta and t}ï. 
v" PROB. 31.--\. vertical ril!:ht cylimlAr fil1"d with fluid has its cUr\ed surfilec piel'ccd 
ith innumerab1e smail hol{'s. 
Investig,[te the form of the bounè.ing surface of the bsuing fluid at aay instaIlt; and also thl' form of the surface 
which ell\elopes the former as th.. cylinder emp!ies. 
PROD. 3!í.-A ri
id inelastic rod is sliding down between a smooth ,"ertical wan anll a smooth horizontal plane, the 
...... motion of the rod beiug in a plane perpemlicular to their jnter$ectioJ1. If tho! lower end of tho rod suddcnly ùeL'Ome 
hingeù to the horizontal plane, exnmine whether its upper end willlea\'e the ,\a11. 


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ERItATU
I. 
In last year's issue, Problem 1 should read as follows :- 
If a straight line be drawn f!"Om one corner of a square. cutting off the (n+l)th part of the di
!!'fma1. it will 
cut off the nth part uf a side: al'd if lineli be drawn similarly f,....m each (.f the other three wrn
r8 It EO\Jartj 
will be fIrmed "ho8e area is t.J th:lt of the original 
quH.re ale< (n-1r to n 2 -t 1. ' - 
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1858.] 


PROVINCE OF CANADA. 


33 


THE ROYAL FA1IILY. 


lIER )IOST EXCELLENT:'I \JESTY (ALEXAYDRlY 
-) VICTORIA, 
By tl.1e Gmce of God, of the Uuited Kingdom of Great 
ßritain and Ireland Queen, Defender of the .F.lÍth. lIer 
M
esty, the only child of His Royal lIighness Edward 
Duke of Kent, fourth son of King George 111.. was born 
on the Uth of 
Iay, 1819; succeeded to the Crown on tho 
demise of l.1er uncle, his lato !lI,tjesty WillÜtm IV., on the 
20th Juno, 1837, and married Feb. 10, 18-l0, Francis-Albert- 
.Augustus-Charle&Emm:muel, Duke of 81\'(e, Prince of Co- 


bnrg and Gotha. who was born August 26, 1819. IsBtle, 
Vicwria.Aúælaide-Nary-Louisa, PrÙ/('ess Royal, b, Nov, 21; 
I8la; Albert-Edward, Prince of Wales. b. Nov. 9, 184\: 
Alice-Maud-JJary. b, April 25, 1843; Allre.d-Ernf'st- Alb.".t, 
h. Aug. 6, ISU; Ilel,;na-Augusta- J"ictnria. b, ZlIay 25. 1816- 
Louisa-Carol i'm-Alberta, b, 
llIrch l
,lS-lS; Artltur- William; 
P.ltrick-Albert. b. }Iay 1, 1850; LenfJold-(J.orge.Duncun- 
All)prt. b. April i, 18;,3. Beatrie<>--Mary-rictoria-Fcodore, 
b, April 14, 1/;57. 


PROVINCE OF CAXADA. 


SCAT OF GOVERN1>IE:iT-ToROXTO. 
Gon::RYOR GE:!i'ERAL-lJis Exrelle-npy Sir Edmund Walke-I' responrling Clerk: .J. R. Audy, Clerk of Seizures and Forms; 
Head, Bart., Governor General of Driti
h 
orth Americ.J" .J P. Robarts, Shttistieal Clerk; 11. 11. Duffil, Statistical 
and C,lptiÜn General and Uovernor.iu-Chi('f of the l'rovin- anù C:tual Office Clprk; J. }l. l\!ucklf', P. E. Sheppurd, Dr. 
ees ofeanada. New Hrunswiclr, 
oYa Scotia, and the Island J.. O'ßrien, Check Clerks; P. Walls, Messenger. 
of Prince Edward, &c, &:c. &c. H. T. l'ennefarher, Governor 
Geneml's Secretary. Callt. Retallack, 16th Itegt., A. D. C., COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. 
Mil!b
ry>Sec
:b
ry, a.nll !',rincipal A
de de Cllmp. Co\o
el Tlwse marked thus*' au W<zrdlousing Ports, 
Irune, I ro.vmpal ;o\lde-d;-Camp. Lwut. Co!. Duche:m.ty, I Amher
t,'" J. J. "}I'ox. Lacoll" T. Gordon. 
e
tra. Provlllcial Aule de-Camp. .4.nlhe)"stburg.* K Anderson. London,* J. B. Strathy. 
CIV!!, SF.CRET
RY'SOFFICE.-R. T. Pennelhther. Secretary; Bllth. 'V. .T. Fairfield. Nllitland,'" D. Jones. 


?-
'y C
)ttün, Chief Clerk; W. R. Eartlett, 2nd Clerk; Ba!l.fie1d, Wm. Keith. 1hlfnrd, }'. W. Smith. 
lhlhp litH, Office Keppel': George ßoxall, .!V"sseng{'r. Beaucp, T. J. Ta
rhereau. JJJontrt!al.* T, Bouthillier, 
EX":CUTIVE COUSCIL. lJellelJille,* S. S. Finden. /l!rrrrisburg, A. 
lcDonen. 
Spea1:e.r oftheL"{Jislatire CJundl-Hon. E. P. Tache. BI'
n(ford,* D. Curt.is,.Jr. f.,=apan

. 
uuham; 
Atto"lUl/ G.)'M'/'al for uJ.Jp
r l,ùnada-IIon. John A. :\Iac- Bngltto.n,
. Y. LesJ!e. i'le:rc Ca) It.
l
. .John Ii rs!'er. 
donaid. Brockt.tlle. '" W. n.. SImpson. Newcastl
,tB. IIead) H.I<'i\Tn- 
Inspecto)" Genl'Tal-Hon. William C-ayley. Burwell,* G. .J, ReuL 
om1.J. * . 
P,)stmruter GenPTal-lion. Uouert Sppuee. B,!J t O'1Qn, J'. Graham. Nwgf!ra* T. )IcCo
llck. 
C'?mmi...
iontr of Crown Lands-lIon. E. P, Tache. c,lt?tlw.m, * 
m. Co
grove, Oah"llle,* R. 
. Chl
holm. 
ChiPf Commissiuner [-',,],lie W)rks-IIon. Franç:ois I.amieux. (-.'nppewa! F. II. II:;rcock. Oshaw
 C. \\ slsh. 
At orney Gweralfor Lower Canada-Hon. Ht:o. :E. CartÍur. Clar
nce


le. 
has. '- tcwart Ottawa D, Graham. 
Receiver Gmeral-IIol1. Joseph C. Morrison. Coatu:ool.. .J. Thnn
p
on. Ow
 
nl7ld, W. StepheJU!, 
Pl'Ovincial &cretary-Ilon. 'fimothy Lpe Terril1. Cobourg, '" W. 
,.KItl;on. Pans,. J. 
lurphy. . 
P,-p.sid nt nf the OJuncil and N.iniskr of Agriculture-IIon. CQlbl}'l"ne, .J.* 1 al ke. Pe1z:;t?nguulu!nc W.Sunpson. 
Philip 11. Vankou"hnet, OJllwgwo;x1, .J. ;\,IcWatt. P
ltlhp
burg, P: P. RU8llell, 
" CbrnwaU"',.J. G. Pennefather. PIcton," J. }{oblm. 
?I
{",(!rs.-'
illiam II. T,ea, Cler
 of Executive Coune!l; Cotrou du Lac, P. E. Waiter. PolWn, .J. II. McVey. 
Wilham A. Hlmsworth, COllfid('ntm.1 Clerk; 
Ioore A. Hlg- Cramahe,* .1. 1II. i\Ierriman. Prescott.* A. Jonelõ. 
gin
. 
'. \T'IUeraud. Oli\'er Co
. 'fhon:as nnrn, and Frederick Credit, * Thomas Cot.ton. Quebec,* J. W. Dunscomb. 
II. Hlm
\Vorth, Clerks; MIchael 
augh'en, Doorkeeper; Dalhousie,* Robcrt Caley. Queenston, * P. B. Clement. 
J ameS Ryan, Messenger. Darl1'ngton, 
 D. 'Fisher. Rimous/, i, * S. Gauvreau. 
PROTI:-1CIAL SECRET1RY'S OFFlcE.-IIon, T, Leo TerriU DicT:clIson's Landing, R. !{. Ronikau, IIup;h Calder. 
Provincial Secretary; Etienne l'ltrent, Assist.ant. SecretAr; Bullock. Rowan, II, Acton. 
Fast; Ed.mnnd A. )Ieredith, As;;i"tant Secretary '''est; DO't'er,* E. WebstC'r. . J
ussepnwn, R. Rogers. 
T. D. lIarmgton, Chief Clerk: G. Powell. first do., 'Vest; Dundas,. W. B. Gwyn. fiarma,* T. Forsyth. 
II, E. :::teele, second do.; C. J. Birch, t.hird do.; Thomas Dundee,!* J. Cameron. Saug
æn, J. ß. 
'ConI1o
. 
no'!'!. first do. "
ast; Henry .Jarm)', seconù do.; William Dun.m'llie, w.
. Sheehan. Srlutt Ste. Mant,. J. WIlson. 
H. .Jones, third do.: Alfred R. Roche. fourth do.' S. 'I'etu Elgm. A. Iùc:.\lIllan. ::flamf(J1'd,. G.1I1cMicken. 
fifth do.; Georgo S. Bertrand and II. R. Glackme
er extr
 l'brt .Ðrie,* R. Graham. Stanl,y,'" :M. Child. 
lÌo,; .John Go\V, Offico l{ccper; .Tames Dorr, J. Ñ. I<
ra.det, F'rdighsburglt. A. Kemp. Blan.Wi'M. S. A. Dickerson. 
Me-ssengerl'!. Gana1ll11.ue, Philo Bennett. ,"''to Johns,* W. McCrae. 
PROVIYCHL RZGISTRtR'S OFFICT..-Provincial Registrar, Ga.<;pe,* .J. C. Eelleau, St. Regis, G. R. Audy. 
tho Provincial Secretary for the time being; Thomas Georgt;mUz, C. Bullock. StralJord, James Orr. 
Amiot. E"q., Df'puty do.; William Kent, Chief C1erk; G. GodpT1.Ch* D
 LaV;fJon. SuUon, 
. Seazon. 
n. I,ane, second do.; Amable BelaD/;er, Assistant do.' and Graftnn, S...." '\l1lsh. Three Ru:ers, C. H. Godbj. 
J. A. Belanger, extra do.; :Maxime Valiquette, Jlesse'nn"er fj;,te1 P J rm *.J D
 ' 
or
,** '1':i Me1ldell. 
RE?EIVER G ESERAL'B OmcE.- non. .Jos, Curran 'Iorri:on: Hr
::mingforå. è;; ;


son. T
:t'JÙver; J. 

l
:;Íh. 
RCCelyer Gcneral; Charles E. Anùcrr;ou, Deputy do.; Theo, Hope,* ItI. Whitehead. JVallaceburgh, John Bell. 
Dufort, 1st Clerk amI BD?k-kec
er; J. ß. Stanton. 2nd, or HunJ.ingdon,.JameR ßotham. Wi>llington. J. R. Yeilding, 
W
r
ant (,lerk; G. C. Relffenstem, 3rd, or Debenture Clerk; L'Isle VeTte, J. W. Heath. 'Wltitb-y,* W. Warren. 
WIlham HI'dge, 4th. and Bank Account Clerk; .J. F, Pel- Kin!J$lnn.,'" James lIopkirk. 1HndsOT,* J. F. Elliot. 
!ant. 5t
.. General Clerk; L. }<'. Dufresne, Clerk in charge Kingsville, J. KIng. 1Voodstoclc,* .Jordan CharJeH. 
of MUnicipal Loan Fund of Upper and Lower Canada 
Chas. W. Shay, Assistant Book-keeper aud General Clerk' BURE\U OF AGRICULTURE AND .
T
TISTIcs.-Hon. P. M. 
}'rederick Bmun, Clerk in ('barge of Seigniorial Aet oflS54; Vankoughnet, HeRd of?nreau ; "llham lIut.to?, Secr';,.ta!'Y; 
I!'. L. Casault I\lassen<rer' J McCaffre y Assis t a nt d E. Camphell, 1st Clerk. N. F.Laurent, 2nd do., P. DeblUBe. 
, ,f:> .,. . ,.. o. 3rd do.; D. }IcLeod, 4th do. 
I:iSPECTOR GE
ERAL S UFFICE.- William Cayley, Inf1pector _ . 
Geneml; '\
illiam Dickin
on, Acting Deputy Inspector Ge. D"PAR;ME:iT,OF PuuI;IC WORKS:-:Offic
, W
llmgton Street. 
noml; Dand A. ltoss, Chief Clerk; Morris Godard, 1st -
on. F. LemIeux,ChlefCommlsslOner, Hon.H. H. Killaly, 
Book-kC'eper: John Dl'YfJdale, 2nd do.; Archibald Cary, Asslstant do.; T. A. Begly, Secretary and Deputy Heu.d. 
F. G. Scott, .T. J. Hackett, G. A. Barber, Joseph S, Lee En!}Ínæring Branch.-John Page, Chief :Engineer; F. P. 
John n.. Nash, Clerks; D:,vid Ryan, Office-keeper. 'Rubidge, Engineer and Draughtsman. 
Awlilor's Bmnc/z.-.Tohn Langton, Auditor of Public Ctrrre
nding Branch.-e: D. Shanly, Chief Clerk; J. 
Account,,; Thomas Cru
(', Book-keeper; C. Camble, Chris. Guy, J. 'V. Harper and.J. F. N. Bonneville, Clerks. 
t?phcr Green, Jamei3 Patteri3on, :Edward C. Darber, J. A. Financial Br.ancll.-J.Baine, Book-keeper and Acconnt- 
Kavanagh, Clerks. ant; F. Hamel, Asmtant do.; C. W. lIeath, Clerk and 
Cust.omø Dep
rlm"nt.-R. S. :\1. Bouchette, CommisRioner; Paymaster. 
Thomas Wort.hmgton, Inspector of Ports for Ul)per Canada; Board of Railway CbmmissÚìnerl.-The non. the IU8pee- 
Mathew Ityan, do. for Low('r Canada; J. W. Peachy, Cor- tor General, Chairman; The Hon. the Postmaster GenernJ; 
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[1858. 


'l'htJ lIon. tho Chi..f Commissioner of Public Works: Thð I Le François Ange Garùien; F. W. Blaiklock. and Charles 
lIun. the Receiver G.
n...ral; 'fhe lIon. the A8sistant Com- P. F. Baillarn-e, Quebec Pl'oviucil11 Land Surveyors' 
ecre- 
mi
"iollel' of Public Work!!. Secretary-The ::5ecr"tary of t:\ry, A, WaÍlace, QUeb
e. ' 
Public Works. I 
CRO":>I L.\XDS DEP\RnIE:\"'T. CRO\HI L.HV DEPAUT"\IE:>IT. 
Relurn of P, rsons composing the Staff of the Grown L:mds C,.mada n
st.-Ho? John. .A. Macdonald, Attorney 
lJ
}J.1"rtmP1/,t, prepa-red in ollcdience to the rcquirements of Gene
al; Henry Sm.lth, 8olu,ltor GtJncral! Robc'rt A. 
the C;vit &rvice Improvcment Act, 20 ric., cap. 21. 11l1rrlsoJ1, Clerk; David Alexander, Jr., AssIstant Clerk; 
Assistant COlllmissioner, An<lI'CW Russpll; Deputy Sur- 
at
:

 

CI
' M'GspnJ:f:r;CU-:d,'h .&s
l.H.
n. goo. J
:- 
veyor-GeucraI, .J useph B'>uch
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rd. G 
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SUfI'eyors and Dra1tsm,'n-E.. T. Fletcher, IhomM Devm
, ADJUTA:>IT GENERAL'S Ot
FICE --Çolnnel the Baron de Hot- 

. C j 
Iln
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. F B
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UZeenBJ. t. teuburg. C. ß., Adjucant General; Lieut. Col. Donald :Uac- 

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m' 8pra
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. 1:
ods Ua
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t
 don...ll, D
puty Adjutant (}ener
l, U.C.; Lieut:Cul. the lIon. 
Branch-SupHrintendent, Woo. ;\1'cD. Dawson. First Class A. l\1
 de Salaberry, D...put
 Adjt. Gen1.. 
, C... H.u bt Berry, 
Clerks-Thomas Hector, II. J. ,Jones,.J. C. Tarbutt, W. }', 1st Clerl
 and .o\ccountau.t.. Charles Pehtclalr. 2nd 
Ierk: 
Collin". F. T..Judah,lt A.Genereux. F.T.Roche. J. Alley, 'y. R. \\rl s bt,3rd Clerk, J. Ht
. Raymon? 4th Clerk, 
John :\Inrphy, C, 'f. Walc .t, John Tohnie, Thos.lIaromond, F;dw. Bartlett. Te
pomry Clerk; ,Ir J. HamIlton Hay,Bt" 
F. A. 11:\11. Second Class do.-W. F, Whitcher, P. ;\1. Par- Tempomry Clerk, Henry Smeaton, Office :\Iesse
ger. 
trill:.:!;e, V. E. Tessier, T. Cherrier, A. Kirkwood, A. J. Taylor, I
Ol-\:!í DEPAR;r:UEXT,-:R. T. Pennefather, Sup
nntendent 
}t.. D. DUI
al, L. R Fortiel". }<', Chasse, L. A. Robitaille, C. General of Indian Am\lr
; S. Y. Che
ley, AS"Istant do.; 
Oamon, Ù. A. Grant. J. V. G,lle, .J. J. Prendergast. F. 
Iichael 
umor',Cbief
lerk; Thomas,G. Andersol!-, Yisit- 
n.mis.er, A. A. Yanfelson. Third Cl>lsS do.-P. Derby- mg SuperIntcnd t; DavId Thorburn. do.; Geo.lrouslde, do.; 
shire, .T. Innes. l\Iessengers-J. Bradshaw, G. }<'isher, E. J!'room Talfourd, dù. Francis Ailsickenack, Interpreter. 
Dumontier. GE:>IEU-\L POST OFFlCE.-Postmaster Gencr:\l, lIon. Rohert 
CROWX TnfDER AGEXTS.-A. .J. Russell; Edward Ma

e, Spence; Deputy Postmaster Gencml, WilJiam H. GritHn; 
Assist,lllt and Collector of Slide Dues; J. R.l\lc Vic:\r. Clerk, Ace"
ntant, II. A. Wiekstecd; Sc
retary, Ed win }'. Kin
: 
Ott.
wa. l\[cLean Stewart: J. :\1. Bonacim\, Ass't. Quebec. C t
hler, John Ashworth; Supenntendent Money Order 
Oli \ er W dls, Thrce Rivers. Charles E. Belle; E. Larrigan, B
anch, Pcter Lesu
ur. Cle1"lts of the }'irst, Clas
-II. S. 
Assistant, )lontrea1. J, J!'. Way; Mark Dðvlin, Assistant, \\eat
erley. W. G. ::;hep
ard. R. l\
. Jlllya
, 
, C. Hayden.. 
Belleville. Oeo. Duberger, Chicouiimi; Gerrard .J. Nag
le, R Ohver, D. Lawson. J. r. ;\lcCllItl
, W, White, Clerks 01 
St. Hyacinthe; A. W. I'owell, Barrie; N. II!l.mmnnd, Sau- the Second.Cla
s-.J. C. Stewart! J. A.ndette, Peter Holt, 
p;et'n; CharltJs Dawson, Uttle Falls (Temisconata); Chas. T. D. McKenzie. Cl...rks of the Third Class-.J. Boyd, W. D. 
Dube, Trois l'istoles; J. 
. Verge, Carleton (Bay Chalenrs). 
esl!eur, Geo. Dormer,.J. Brop}1y, J. Mc:\Iahon, K H. Den- 
O n; . Q b S . fC II \ "' lli Q . . Jamlll.n.Stewart.D.\\at..rs,üeor
e;\1itson. Clerkso!the 
.V.f
 m lU' PC.- upervlsor 0 u ers, '. I am uH
n , Fourth Class-Drinsley I\jng. G. lI. Hargrave. lnsppction 
IIc;
" Clerk and De
uty do., :\Iatbew Ha
beson; Ca

ner: Branch-Montreal Division P. O. Inspector, E. S. Freer; 

h:ifles S. Grad.lon, Buok-keeper, A,Ie.. x . l' raser. Spec;l.fi
a Kingston Division do.. )1. Sweetnam; 'foronto Division do., 
hon Clerks-Joh
.J. Con
e, Jo
n O.1\.a11l;, Alex. 
1
UI
h;;, John Dewe' London Division du. Gilbert E. Griffin. 
.J. Prendergast, PIerre Miller, }< rancls QUInn, Oct. \i ezma, , . ' . . 
.Tames O'Leary, Thad. Walsh, 'V. A. Laurriere, L. Hearne. , ED1:!C.\TtO:>l DJi:PARTME!l/T, C, ".-For the general admm 
Deputy Supervisor of Cullers Goorge Colley Sorel' Do. IstratlOn of the Grammar and Common School LRWS. Iter 
Charles E. Belle, Montreal. ' ", Egerton Ryerson, DD., ChiefSuperintendentofJ<;ducation: 
.10hn Georl!e Hodgins, M.A" Deputy Superintt'ndent; 
E:J.\UDi! F;JR THE EX
Xl:>l
TIO:>l OF PROVIXCIAL LAND SURVEYORS. '[bomas lIod:.dns, LL.U., First Clerk; Alexander .:Harling, 
Upper C,.mada 1!1?rd.-Tbe lion. t,he Commis

on.er of Clerk of Accounts; A..J. WiIlbmsnn. Clerk of Correspúu- 
Crown L:1."lds, eXQ///,cw ; A. Russell, Assistant Commissioner lIence; Samuel I'. 
IIIY, Clerk of Libraries: F. .J. TRY lor, 
of Crown Lands; Jos. Bouchette, Deputy Surveyor Generul; AS-list:\nt Clerk of Statist.ics; IIerbert Butterworth, De- 
John Booth. ElizabethtowD; Sandford F. Fleming, Toronto; positor SalesIDRn; T, I. Churchill. Assistant Clerk. Offices 
David Gibson, Township of Yurk: Wm.lIawkill
, Toronto; in the 
ormal School Buildings, Toronto. 
.Tohn Stoughton DenD1
, 'Yest
n; and .John 
natchlmll EDUC.
TIO:>I DEPART:IIEXT, C.E.-IIon. P. .J. O. Chauveau, 
Roche, Port Hope, Pro\1nclal L.\nd Sun eyors, Secretary, Chief Superintendent of Educ:\tioll" Louis Giard Secretary' 
J!'. F. Passmore, '[oronto. Jo
eph Lenoir, Clcrk of French èorresponde
ce and Li: 
/-rJwer Canada BouTfl.-The Bon. The Commissionf>r of brarian; John Radiger, Clerk of }:nglhh Corre
pondence; 
Crown Land... ex (!/Jicio; Andrew Russell, Assistant Com- Alexandre de Lusi:!lI'in, Clerk of Accounts aud Statistics; 
missioner of Crown Lands: JOl'eph Bouchette, Deput.y Sur- .Tacques Laparre, First Copying Clerk and 
torekeeper; 
veyor-GtJneral; Adolphus Larue. Quebec; Charle
 }<'rançoil', .Jean Baptiste Lenoir, ScconlI Cupying Clerk; Paul Blouin, 
Fornior, St. Jean Port Joli; JOSeph Hamel, Quebec; N. V. lIIeBsengor, 


LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF CANADA. 


lIon. E. P. TAcuE Toronto, Speaker, 
NAM;;:S &: RESIDE
CE'I, N.
:IIES AYD RESIDE:>IC!:S. NA
IE8 .\I\D RESIDF:'I"CES. 
IIon. P. D. D>Jßlaquier, Toronto. lIon. J. Ferrier, l%nlrpal. lIon. Ellsebe C:\rtier, St. Il.'Iacint1.e, 
" Peter UcGilI. Monlreal. " R. Matheson. j>prth. I .. Walter n. Dicksur., Niagara. 
t. "\V. Jlorris, !rlnntreal, " G. S. 
?ulton, fJobourg. I ELECTIY!: LEGISL'VE Co"CNCILLOF.S, U, C. 
" J. Crooks. Flam.1lOro Tv.'8t, D, B. \1f:Çer. !J[ontreal. r 
 . . 
" A. }'ergussoD, Flantboro East. " .Tames Leslit!, !r/fmtreal. lIa
.maunu'l "llllt
, Burll'T/[ìton. 
" J. Hall'ilton, Kingston. " }'rederick A. QUt'snel, j['ml1'cal. .T, íSlmp<;O!l' Qu
en S. 
" A. Flðrrie, IJoon. .. .J. Bourret. NnntreJll, CuI. .J. l'r:ncc, }Vestern. . 
" 1'. n. Knowlton. Brame. G. S. DeBeaujeu, Cbteau du Lac. I lIon. 1",' ank01
ghnet, Rideau, 
" 1'. n. 
[oore. FhiUipSIIU)'g"h. " .Juhn Ross, Toronto. .1ames 1 atton, ðU"ltf}een. 
.T. Dionna, St. Pierre les Eeequ.et. "s. C,.ane, Prescott. E. Murney, Trent. 
" G. J. Goodhue. London. " S. )lilh;'I HU1nilton. LO\VER CAY\DA. 
., W. Wlilker, QuelMc. " J ouis Panet, Quebec. IIullis SlOith, WeLlingtan. 
" C. 'Vidmer, TorfYTWI. " Narrisse F. Belleau. Q/Mbec. A. .T. Duchesnay, Lauzon. 
" P,lloucher DeDoucherville,.Bou, "Cbarl"s Wìlson, J,jontreal. L. H. H.enaud, De &daberry. 
che,..,'ü{e. " Benjamin Seymour, Bath. L. Dessaullcs, Rmtllemont. 
" J. Morris, Broc7.;ville. " Da.vid n. Armstronn-, Bp-r
hier. E. I\Ia.
son. Nille Isles. 
" J, Gordon, Toronto. " Ebenezer Perry, Cobourg. I 111. P. De S, Laterrilðre, Lau'rentides. 
PER:lJ.\:>IE
T OFFICERS.-J. F. Ta) lor; Clerk ofthe House and )Iaster in Chsncery: Rott.. Le:\Ioine, Deputy and A!;!;i
tant 
Clerlt, Ma$ter in Chancery, and }'rcm:h Translator; Fennings TaJlor, Dl'puty and AFsistant Clerk. :\laster in Chllncery. 
and Cbief Office Clerk; t:. L. l\Iontizamb!'rt, J.aw Clerk, 1
nglish 'l'ranslator, and Clerk of Committees. J. R Doucet, 
Additional As!.istant Clerk, and Assistant French Translator; W. A. '1Jdin
y, Additionlll As
istaut and 2nd Office Clerk; 
James Adamson, Clerk ofthe Englisl:1, Journals; J. G. Cuuillard, Clerk of the French Journals; George de Dlaquiere, 
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Junior Clerk; Rene Kimber, Gentlem:\n Usher of the Black Rod: OlivierYe.llerand. Sf'rjea1'lt-at-Ann!'; Rev. W.A. 
Adamson, D,C.L.. ChHplain IInd LiLral"ÍlIn; Michael Keatiug. Chief l\Iesscngt'r llnd Housekeeper: 
an\UcI I:'ldnner. 
J\Iessell
er aD.d ."-
!'i
tant Housekeeper; Edward Bottelell, Doorkeepcr; AlJroine Larh:mce, 'fimoth.)' :r-.CIl1'Y, Jamh 
Doherty, .John Hanley, John Young, F, Boulet, Peter Dunn, Joseph Casault, :\lcssengers, 
ADDRE3S,-To the llonourllble the Legi::;lative Council of the Pro\ince of Canada, in Parliament a.
8l'rnb}ed. The 
Petition of - 


Humbly shpweth, 
[Place and date.] 


That, &c. 


LEGISL
\.TIVE ASSEl\IBL Y OF CANAD.A.. 


LOUIS 'ICTOR SICOtTE, Speø.ker. 
COSSTITUE:.I!CIES. NA'fES. CO:.l!STITUEXCIES, N.
'fCS. COYSTTTUEXCIES. NAMES. 
ArgmlPuil, ..... ..,Sydnt'y Bellingham KÙlgslrm (Cit!l)Hon. J. A. :\lllcdonal(l. Pontiac,........ ...Georg.. Hr
 son. 
Bagtlt...... ...... ..:l'imothc Brodt'ur. Lu.mlJwn ....... ...George Brown. Rr,.tW';uf............Jos. j
lie '1'hibaudeau 
B a'll.æ .............Dunbar Ross. L<mark (S. R.)..Robert Bell. Prescott............Henry W. :\lcCann, 
lþ.;auhaT7wis......Charles Daoust. LanaI'/.: (S. Il.)..,James Shaw. Prince Ð.lward.Vavid U. Stevenso:l. 
Bdlec'Lasse.........O. C. Fortier. LapraÙ"ie.........T. J. J Lomnger. { ,Jean Elu1I('het. 
BerthÜor ...........l'ierre Eust. Do
taler. L'Âss01nptian......Tospph l'apin. QlUb
 (City). Chø.rles Alleyn. 
BJnaventure......John :\Ieagher. Lawl...............Pierre Labelle. Georg
 II. Eimard. 
Brant (E. R.)..., D,n id Chrìstie. Len?X a , nd Ad- l Da\ id Roblin_ QUI'lPc (Cbunty) Frangois Jo:mn turel 
Brant (W: R.)....lIerbert lligf!ar. dU/gwn....... RenfTtw........ ...John Supple. 
BroeJ.vilU( Tuwn)Ueorge Crawford. Lads cf: Gnn. Dw'l R Cl h Ric"el
u... ........Jean ß. Uuevremont. 
BI,ome....,...........Jas. )Ioir Ferres. ville (1\'" R.) "1. mrc. Riclun'd & 1J'Í,{fe, Woo. L. }<\,lto::J. 
C{J.rlewn ........... Wm. }'. Powell. L:P.d3 (S. R.).......Jessie Delong, Rim.ousl.:i .........Joseph C. Taehe. 
C lIamh1!l .... ...... 
oel Darehe. Levis....... ...... ... lion Fmnçois Lemieux Rourille............ W. II, Chaffers. 
Champlain ....,..Tbomas )Iarehi!don. Linco71\ ............IIon. W. H. MerrItt, Russtll.............G. B. Ly( n }<'elloweh. 
Charlet"OÌ8.. .......Pierre G. Huot. L' Z,let......... ......Chas. }'. Fournier. Buint Hyacinthe.lIon. L. Yktor Sicotte. 
Clw.teaugU'zy......Jacob DeWitt. Lrmdon (City)...John Wilson. Baint John's......}.ra.nçoi" Uonrdssa. 
Chico ut illli cf: } David E. Price. ÚJtbiniertJ..........John O'}o'arrell. Baint AI.turice.. L. L. L. De
al1lniers. 
SJg/tenay.... Jlaski1umge........lo';eph E, Turcotte. Bh
ffi,rd............ Hon. L.1'. lh ummond 
C'oIlLJlwn.......... .John Sewall Sanborn. 
fegantic ....,.....Wm. J
hodes. Sherbrooke (Tn)Alex. T. Galt. 
Crl'l"nwull (Town)Roderick l\IcDunJ.ld. AlitJdlaex(B_ R.)Wm. I'oiiles. ShPTbrooke d:) 
Dùrclw,trr.........Barthelemi Pouliot. IlÙWlaex( H":R.).Tohn Sf'atcherd. Jfí {fe.......... J Wm. L. Felton. 
Drummond & } .J BE' D ' Alissisquoi.........H. H. \\ hitney. Simcoe (.Y. Il.),..Angus :\Iorrison. 
Arthab..1Ska, . , rIC onon. Jlontcalllt .........Joseph Dufl'esne. &:mc
 (S, R).....Ilon, W. B. Uobir.soD 


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Durham (IV: R.)Ucnry :\Iunro. { Antoine A. Dorion. Stm'>nmll..........WiIliam :\Iltttice. 
Elgin (E. R.)....George Southwick. I Muntreal(City) Luther H. Holton. T..:nliscouata ......Benj!lmin Dionne. 
Elgin (Jr. R.)...George )Iacbt.'th. lion. John Young. Pl'rr"bonnP.,.......L, S. Morin. 
E<>e.x ...............Arthur S Rallliin. .Montreal (Hi ) O' J ) .Joseph Laporte T\ , r 11 P

" n R ) '1 . 'v .. e , r . s , } Antoine PolettI'. 
Pronknac ........IIenry mitb. clwlaga Il. .. . V
 
Ga'P,.,.........., ....John LeDou tiller, ..YapiÆruilk .... ....Jacques O. Bureau. Toronto (City) { Hon. .J. H. Cameron. 
G kn:Jitr!!.... ...... lIon. J. S. :\I:t.cdona.ld. NW[I'Jra (Thwn)I1on. .Jos. C. ;\Iorri
lla. .J. G, Howes. 
G,'enville (S. R.)Wm. Patrick, lWco!rt.......,......'J.'homas Fortier. Two !J.lountains...J. B. D<l.oust, 
Grey.... ......... ...Gporge .Jackson. lI
rn-f()lk... .........IIon. John Rolph. Vaudreuil..........J. D. )Iongeultis. 
Halrlim.and.......Wm Lyon )Iackcnzie. N01'thumtlerland l J m R J3: rch e;es..........Hon. G
o..
. Cartier. 
Haltm.......... ...Geo. K, Chi,,
olm. (.East Riding).. a es 055. J tdQria......... ...James ::;mhh, 
Hamilton (rit.v) Nm.tltumbaÙlnd S'd "n'th WiLterloo (1"'" R.pI. li. }o'uJe,y, 
Iftlstings (N.ll.)fJeo. Cpnjamin. (West Riding). 1 ncy.., ll, H':!terloo (S, 1l.)Robert l'enie. 
JV{slinys (S. ll.)I1iUa }<'lint, Ontario(N. R.).-.Jos"I'h Gould. n;lland.............Tohn Fra1el'. 
Hoc1Ieùtga.........Joseph Laporte. Ontario (S. R.)...J. 
leV. Lumsden. W.Jlin{Jton(N.R 
 Wm. Clal ke. 
]{,mtingrlfJn...... R. Brown Somerville. Ottawa (City)....Agar Yeilùing. H';;llingúm(S.R. 0\.. J. Jier::
u
;<on. 
Huron If: Brure..lIon. W. Cayley. Ottawa ............Alau!'on Cook!'. JJéntworth(1\"':R lIon R. ::<pencc. 
Iberville......... ...Chas. .Joseph Laberge. Oxford (.N. R.)...Donuld :\latheson. TJlenlworth(S.R.)S. B. Frf'emnn. 
Jac'1u
s Cartier..:\Iichel F. Valois. Oxford (8. ll.)..,}:phraim Cook. YamasT.-a..........Ignaee Gill. 
Jl)lielte .............Joscph II. JoLin. Ptel...................Tames C. Aildns. JíJ'J"k (.Y. R.).....Joseph Hartman. 
KantfJurasl;a......Jel\n Ch'ts, Chapais. Pprth ...............Tbos. :\lø.yne Daly. l;J'J"k (E. R.)......Am08 "\"I'Ï:!ht, 
Kent......... ......Ed"in Larwill. ltterborough.....Wilson Conger. rOT?' (IV: R.).....John W, Gamble. 
PER'It\:.I!E:.I!T OFFICERS-ChiPf Dppartment-W.n. Undi'll\y,Clerk: W.n. LindMY. Jr., Clerk Assbt.; W. ROFF, Deputy do.: 
T. Vaux,Accountant; e. Lansevin,A
!listantdo. Law DepartmP"llt-G. 'V_ Wicksteed, Ll\w Clerk. Gl'"neral [)
part7nent- 
W. P. I'atril'k. Chief Office Clerk; H Hartney, Assi
t:illt do.; William Spink, Routine aDd Record Clerk, II. B. Stuart, 
Eng-li
h Writin
 do.; K Denechau
, }o'rench do.: "Y. B. Ross, Junior Clerk; Hernmnn I'oetter, do.; A. Laperriero. do,; 
P, ]{Ï\'et. do.: A.G, D. T:\ylor. do.: H. :\IcCarthy, do.; J. F, Gingras, do. Genual C()mmilte.
 Department-Alfred Patrick, 
Chief Clerk of Committees and ofContrO\erted Elections: J. P. Leprohon, 1st Assbt. Clerk of Committees ; }'. X. Bla"1chet, 
2nd do. Privaý Bill Departmpnt-A. Todd, Clerk of Private Dills: T. PA.trick, Assbt. do. and Clerk of R
ilwa:v COJ}.\mittC('. 
'(ranslotrrrs-D. P. 
Iyrand, Chief French Tran
lø.t()T; W. Fanning. Ass:$t. do.: 1:. P. Dorion, do.; A. Desilets. do,; 'r. G. 
C()ursolh-s, (]f) : F. ll:ul::dey, English Translator; 'V, Wil$on. As,:istnnt do.; 'V. P, Power, do. Journals-G. .\1. :\[uir, 
Clerk of l':nglisb JonrlHLls; P..K Gagnon, Clerk of French do.; w.n. Le:\foine, ASbi:;tant CJf>rk of Fn'nch (h; W. C. 
Burra
e, AI!
j"taDt Clerk of Eng1ish Journals. LibrarlJ-Alpbeus Todd, Librarian: A. O. Lejoie, ASbist. do; J. Curren. 
Liurary Keeper. Sn;j p .a7lt-al-arms Ðepartmef1t.-D. W.MacDonell, Serjeant-at-Arms; A, J,. Cardinal, Chief ;'\Iel-senger and 
llouse KeI'JlPr: :\1. :\IcCarthy, AB!I'!ob
nt Messenger; O. Yincent, do.; J.O'Connor, Doorkeeper: n. Bailie, As
btlint do. 
R. Defl"ies, Postmaster; Joseph Blais, ASbi$tant do.; P. Laliberte, Jos. Lemonde, Ed. Pelletier, W. Graham, 
le!'Sengel1, 
ADDREss.
T() the IIoIlonraùJc the Legislative As
embly of Clmada, in Provincia.l Parliament Bò$emblcd. 
The Petition of- 


Humbly sheweth, That. &c. 
Wherefoce your Petitioners humbly prø.y, ILl'. 
[Plaet: and dale.] 
8:i.1" No Petition to the Legislative Assembly \'om be received unless tJlerc lie thret' {!:pntline sigr.atl1rcs on the !'hl'et 
of p'\pf'r or p'Lrchmeot on which tho com'In
ion of the Petition is wl"Ítten 01' printed. 'rho usage ha'! been. in thr 
L8.;i.:!lative Ao;sembly, to receive Iffllv written Petitions, but I\t a late 8{'ssion (1853), the Assomùly adoptod Ii rl'so!ution 
to reccive p}"iotted \:'cUtions in that Houso. All Petitions must be dated. 
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36 


INDEX TO TilE STATUTES. 


[1858. 


.AN INDEX TO THE STATUTES, 
n.ts.
r.(l in thr Third S-.s.,ion of t1tf
 F'(fth rarliammt of the Province of Canada (20 fí'c.) alphabetically arranged 
acc(wdin.1 to the ini'iallelter oj tile word lIwst distinctil'p of the suldect-nwtJ.er treated of in each, awl Clthcrwi.sc further 
cJ'l.Ssificd. so as to fttCilit'lJ..e the U/''luisition of any particular Act 'ruluired. 
Reser,.c(l Act. 
CCXXYTI. TXTf.R:O;"UI'JX.lL B
IDG:; Co.-To incorporate, for construction of Bridge across the 
iagam River, from 
iI'ort El'ie to ßuff.do. [Assented to by Her Majesty in !-,ouneil, 27th Augllst, 1857.] 
PJ.'ovln.cial Act!:l. 
Gls
lmAL AXD :'oIISCI
LL.\
1
OU5. XXI. Fishery Act-For the Pre!'efvation and Regulation 
of tbe .Fisheries-repeals 9 Geo. IV. e. 51, 4 & 5 'ic. c. 30, 
i Vie. e. 13, 16 \Ïc. c. 92, 18 Vic. e.100, para;.!:raph 7 of sec. 
10, 18 Vic. c.1l4, 6 Woo. IY. c. 57, 8 Vic. c. 47, l
 Vic. c. 81, 
sut>-sec. 18 of sec. (j0. 
>.XXIX. Game Laws-To amend 16 Vic. c. IiI, as re- 
gards time for hunting Muskrats. 
XX y 1. Indians-To encourage Li \'iIi.mtion of, alld amend 
L,,-w!l affecting. 
XXV Ill. JUl'mile Offenders-To establish Prisons for, 
and other pnrposes, 
XXIX. JU'/.'enile Offenders-For the more speedy Trial 
and Punishment of. 
X. Light-Houses-For the support of, in and near the 
Gulf of St. Lawrence. 
XXXIV. Lives (!f Passengers-For the Security of, on 
board of Steam-vessels. 
XX. Loan Fund, Consolidated }[unicipal - To amend 
16 Tic. c.22. 
XLII. Loan Puwl, }/unicipal-To amend and explain 
16 Yic. c. 22. 
XXII. Pttrliament-To secure Independence of. 
XXXIII. PalP:nLs fQ1' Invention-To extend to both sec- 
tion
 ofthe Province. (See p!tge 43, for Synopsis of this Act.) 
XXV. Pùst o.tJic
 Laws-To amend-repeals I-! & 15 Vie. 
c. il, sec. 12 in part, and 18 Yic. c. .0, secs. 4 & 5. 
XX" III. Prisons, Hospitals, .Asylums, d:c.-For the bet- 
ter construction of, 
IX. Steamers, Ocean-For the esta
lishmentofa Weekly 
Line. 
XVII. Supplies-For d...fl'ayin
 expenses of Civil Govern- 
ment, U,;:;7, and raising ;t325,OOO on Consolidated Revenue. 
XXXVII. Surveyors-To amend Acts reI:\tÎ\"e to Land. 
XIX. ToUs-.For Imposing and Collection of, on PubIlc 
Works. 
UPPER CAKADA. 
LXI. .Appeal-To extend the right of, in Crimim\l cases.. 
V. Appeals-To amend Laws respecting-12 Vic. c. (j3, 
sec. 3t1, repealed-and alter Constitution of Court of En-or 
and Appeal. 
LIX. AttQ1'nies-For appointment of County, and Local 
Administration of .Justice. 
LXIII. Attornies-'l'o amend Laws for the Admiss;on 
of-repeals 4i Geo. III. c. 5, 55 GeD. III. c. 3, 2 Goo. IV. o. 
1, sec. 401,,2 Geo.IV. c. 5, sec. 3, 4 Wm. IV. c. 9, i \Vrn.IV. 
c. 15, secs.1, 3 & 4, 10 & 11 Vic. c. 29, sec. 1, and 8f'C. 3 in part. 
LVII. Bills of E.Lchange and P,'omÜsrrry l\íJUs - To 
amend Common L..'\w Procedure Act, 1556, and facilitato 
Rempdies on. 
LVIlI.-Cbuntv Cou-rls-To alter and amend Law relat- 
ing to-repeals '7 Tic. c. 32, 9 Vic. c. i, sec, 3, 8 Yic. c, 13, 
socs. 9, S3, 3-1, 44, and 51 to 56 Inclusive, 9 \ïc. c. 36. 
LVI. Court qf Chancery-To increase the Efficiency of. 
L ,(IV. Coo'rts qf Superior Jurisdiction-To provide for 
t.he further Accommodation of. 
I. Debtors, Insoll:ent-To repeal 19 &: 20 Yic. c. 93, for tho 
relief of. 
VII. Ferries-To amend the Laws regul:\ting. 
LX. Ju.
tice, Administration of-'1'o provide for, in Unor- 
ganized Tracts of Country. 
VIII, Lunatic Asylum Tax-To discontinue, 
LXVI. Matrimony - To amend Laws relating to the 
Solemnization of. (See pn.,rre 48, for Synopsis of this Act.) 
LXII. MisdemeanQ1'-Topro ve nt delay in administration 
of justice in cases of. 
III. ]'fortgages and Sll.rs of Personal Properly. - To 
ampml and consolidate Statutes resp
cting. 
LXV. Pl"imogeniture - To amcnd Act abolishing the 
Rights of, &c. 
Ì1. Revenue Suits-To amend Pra('tice and Procednre in. 
VI. Statute Laoour-To amend the Municipal and Aft- 
sessment Acts as fur liS they relate to the Commutation of. 
LOWER CANADA. 
XL. .Agricultural .Abuses-To amend the several Acts 
remedying. 
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"XVI. Act
-To continuC' the füIlowing:- 
Jlm'(l'lJpts-For relief of-i Vic. c. 10, 9 \Ïc. c. 30, 12 
Vir. c. 18. and 13 .<;. 14 Vic, c. 20. 
Bills of Exchange-To ascertain Damages on protestcd 
-3 Wm. IV. c. 14. 
Blttter-For Inl',Pection of, in Quebec :\nd Montl'eal- 
11 Vic. c. 7. 
!?e!,tors-To f.'\cilitat.e Proceedings against-9 Oeo. IV. 
e'M<;' 
D,>btflr!l. F','awillLnt, L. G.-To prevent Evasion of ere- 
ditors-90eo IV. c. 27. 
Debl/Yrs, Inso/vent, lJ. C.-To relieve-8 Vic. c.48, /!.xapt 
IòeC, 4-1,. 
Pipf Grflsbois-To place Common of, under control of 
InhalJitants-9 Oeo. 1 \T. c. 32. 
PisheriP.$-On the Labrador and Korth Shore of Oulf 
of St. Lawrence-16 Yic. c. 92. 
PisTlerU>$- To regulate, in the District of Gaspc-4 /.: 5 
Vic. c 36. 
PÜhel"ie.
. S,zlnvm-To preserve in Connties of Corn- 
wallis and Northumberl:\nd-9 Geo.4, c. 51. 
ß,stings CfJltnty-Registration of Titles in-9 Vic. c. 
l
, 10 & 11 Vic. c. 3S, and U Vi('. c. 97. 
Insane Persons-For relief of, in H!}me District-ll 
Geo. IV. c. 20-and Extension of-3 Woo. IV. c. 45. 
Lancl.
 in LrJ1Vpr Gl1lada-For the e:\.tinction of Incum- 
brances on-9 Geo. IV. c, 20. 
N.u'Ìners-To provide 
Iedicsl Treatment for Sick-6 
Wm. IV. c. 35, as amended by 8 \Ïc. c. I:!. 
Peacr, Jltstices (!f, L. C.-To regulate Fees of persons 
employed by-6 Wm. IV. c.19.-'fo cease when T:\riffs 
a.re made und('r 14 & 15 Vic. c. Oli. 
Pcnit.entiar!I-For the botter :\Iarulgernentof the Pro- 
v1ncial"'-lt & 15 Vie. c. 2. 
PuMic Bllsincss-Empowering Commissioners to en- 
quirc into nmtters connected with, &c.-9 Vic, c. 38. 
R..iJ,/ Property in Lflwpr Canada.-Rebtive to Regis- 
tration of, Titles t.o, and Incumbrances upon-8 Vic. c. n. 
Relll Property in Lowpr Canada.-To enable Proprie- 
t.ors to acquire, when iIle
alIy det'\ined from them-I-! 
& 15 Vie. c. 92, as amended by 16 Vic. c. 205. 
Ril)ts-For the Prevention of,at or near PublicWork!l, 
whilst in pro:2;ress of construction - 8 Yic. c. 6, as 
an1pnded by 14 & 15 "ic. c, ili. 
Rivers and Rivulets, U. G.-To prevent Obstructions in 
_7 ViP. c. 36. as amenùed by 10 & 11 Vic. c. 20, and 14 
If, 15 \'ic. c. 123. 
Seign-curie fl.f L
 B1.i/!. St. .Antoine-}'or Regulation of 
Common of-2 Oeo. IV, ('. 10. and 4 Geo. IV. c. 26. 
&igneurie of Laprairie-J!'or Regulation of Common of 
-2 Geo. 4, c. 8. 
'l'rinity House, 1
[07lt'rcal-To enlarge powers of, when 
Health of City is endangered-10 & 11 Vic. c. 1. 
JVolt:es, L. C.-To encourage Destruction of, in-l Wm. 
IV. ('. (j. 
JVo/t:c.ç, U. G.-To encourage Destruction of, in-6 Wm. 
IV, ('. 29. 
XXXII. Agriculture-To repeal 16 VIe. c. 11, and en- 
ronra....e Agl icnlture; also promote 
lech:mical Science. 
(See page :W, for S)nopsls oftbis Act.) 
LV. .1uetion Duties-To declare meaning of 4 & 5 Vic. 
e. 21, with respe('t to sales iu Rural Districts. 
XXIV. Cil'i/ S"'1'Íee-To improve and increase the effi- 
eiency of, in o..\nR.da. 
XXX. Cuin, Hrrdgn,-To amend the Criminal Law a8 
re;Zl\rdfl the uttering of Spurious. 
XXVII. Cri1ninalJustice-To diminillh expense and del:\y 
. in the Administration of. 
XXXI. Cruelly to .Animals-To pre\ent, and amend Law 
of Impounding. 
XVlII. Dollars and C
nt.
-To requ:re Government I\C- 
eount
 to be rendered in.. (See also psge30, for Synopsis, &c.) 
XXIII. Elections-To improve ID;>d& of obtaining E\i- 
deuce in cases of Controverted, 



1858.] 


INDEX TO THE STATUTES. 


37 


XLIX. Âf)'ricuUuraISocict-ia-To amend and consolidate XLIV. .Judicature ...Jcts-To amend the. 
Laws or,zanizing. :\.L Y. Lands held in Fu and Coml/lOn Soccuge-For aot- 
L. .Agricultural &cief:ics-To amend 1f1 & 20 "Vic. c. 47, tlin
 Law concerning, 
and ll) Vic. c. 18. relating to. XLIII Laws-For the Codification of, relative to Ch it 
CXL. Bar of Lower Canada-To amend 12 Yic. c. 46, in- matter!', &c, 
corporating, XLI. AlimiciJlol and Rood Amendlllt'lit Art, 18;)7- 
LIV. Building SfJddies-To amend 12 Yie. c. 5., eneou- Amendin
 Acts of 1835 and lð,"j(j, 
ra!!Ïng th- establi
hment of. Ln. l\t)tarial Stuilents-To l<';!;alize the Articles ofc!'l.tain. 
X:\.:\.VIII. CUmmissioners' Courts-To amend the Act :\.LYIIl. Roadö-To amend l:l Vi('. c.56, authorizing 
relating to. formation of .Joint'l'tock Companies for conl'truction of, 
XXXVI. Firp-To authorize Investigations in cases of, XLVII. Sleigh 01'dilla1lc
-To amend 3 &, 4 Vie. c.2[,. 
and repeal1R Vie. c. 15i and 4 Vie. c. 33. 
LI. Game-To cODsolidate and amend Laws relating to. XL VI. 1ul'ern License .Act-To amend 14 &: 15 Vic, c.l(YJ 
Local all(1 Personal A('ts. 
EA
KS. I CCXII. Hé/lin{ìt'>>l, Josiah D.-To w
t in. a certain 
CLXTV, Bmrlffmd-To incorporate. allú
a.
ce of 
tOlI(I. Tow

hi
 of lkight
n. . 
CLXI. (lJlonial-ToaDlend Charter of-19 & 20 Yic.e.I23, , CCI\. II ll...:e
, F'-fd
ncT, 1.-To veRt 111, a e{'r am allm.... 
CLXIJ. lnfl'T71alional-To incorporate. I anee o.f 

ad, 'I.ownl'hlp of ßrantford. , 
CLXIII. Kiagara DUtrict-To /J.ter and amend 18 Vic. CLXXX, W1{J..
, 0. S.-To authOl"lZe, to construct 
 
c. 201, I Dam on (;ran
 River, at lIoImed>i
e. , 
CL[X. Onla'ri<>-To incorporate. t CCXI.II, H
lkes? G. S.-To vcst m,a c{'rtam allo\\anceot 
CLX:\.:\.[ X. Sa'fings - To amend 4 & 5 Yic, c. 3
, as it I Road, 'rownshlP ot ßrantfurd. 
concerns the "Caisse d'Economie 
otre Da
e de 
-l1ebec." I
SURAXCE CO:.\IPA:'/'IE3. . 
CLX, Toronto-To alter and amend-18 "\ lC. c. _J5. LXXn'. .Mutual-To amend and extend 6 Wm. IV. c. 111. 
EDUCATIO)IAL AXD LITERARY, and 18 Vie. c_1
0, estaLlishilJg in Upper Canada. 
CLXXXIV, Bdlerilk Seminary-To incorporate I . C
.XVII. JVt'stern-To amend l! & 15 Vie. c. If
. c"tab- 
in

;;
r

;.-Canadian Literary ImtituU of rroodstoc.1,;-To hshwg. 
IAXUFACTrm
G A
D !lII:\I
G. 
CL xxxv, Pre1(qhsbur{l Grammar School-To incoTporntp. CT.XXXII. Joliette Minin!J C'J.-To in('orporatc. 
LIlI. J.lrGill College CnivtTsity-l'o amend 8 \ ie. c. 78, Xl V. Jnint Stork-To amt'nd 13 & 14 Vie. c. 
S, fer ""tab- 
and 16 Vic. c. 68, relative to. Iishment of, f"r lIIanufacturing and :\lining IJurposes. 
CCXXII. &lI.()()l Lot, Prescott-To enable Trustees of, to CLXXIX. Jlm'mfYra Fmtmll'y Co.-To amcnù Chartet. 
sell, &c. and chan!!:e lIame to J\I:\rmora Iron Company, 
CLXXXlII.-Sherbron1ce (Hlfge-To amend 18 Vie, c. 23'1, XV. AfiIlÙ1!! Companies-To encourage, by granting cer. 
incorporating Literary Institute of 8herbrooke. tain privih'
es. 
T D - T R CO IPA "'- CL XXVIi. Prp.ssed Bric," rn., Tm'07lto-To incorporatE>. 
GAS A
 '\A E :\ .,lES. CLXXVI. SlI.erbr()()keM,mufacturingCo.-Toincorporaw. 
LXXXIV. H'zmiltnn Water JJ
 des-To amend 19 &. 20 
Vie: c, 64. for th6 COll.itruction of. lIIISCELLAXEOUS. 
XCI. St. Qlthfrines 'v'lúdt.lrks-For the constI uctien of. XIII. B&f wid Pork-To :\mend 4 & 5 'ie. c. 88, for 
LXXXI. TvrClnlo JJát r JVClrl.s-To authorize City to I In"pection of. 
levy Rate for construction of. CLXV. C1Lnadian Loan and Int;e
tmellt (b.-To amend 
I "- D "" I D UAL 19 & 20 Vie. c. 1:!6, incorporating. 
-, I,. CLXX"\ïlI. J.lontreal Steam, Elc1'at;ng and ITí.ITeiwusi710 
CXCIX, &rnum, James-To vest in, a certain allowance 01.-.'1'0 Incorporate. 
of Road, Town
hip of Illlhlimand. ('[.XX. ]lichò-Ùu (}'.-To incorporate, 
CCXXIV, Bmsrm, Thomas-To vest ceroon Real Estatt1 CL. Road Co.-To incorporate the ILervilIe, Brome, Shef, 
of the latp, in hands of 'rrn
tees. ford and 'Ii

isquoi Road Company. 
CCXXVI. B_sscmer, Hmry-To extend to Canada pa CLXXIII. Bl. (;lair Æ Rand Eau Pw.n!c Road (b.-To 
tents granted to, for impruvement in manufacture of Iron, extpud pnwers of. 
&c. CXX\"IlI. 'l'rinit11 Jfollse. l
[lInll'eal- To ameud Act 
CXCVII, Bowman, Chlw ' cs-To appoint Trustees to Es- amending Rnd cnnf1òlidnting provh.ion>;1 of. 
tate of the late. CXXI. Trim{1/ 11!Juse, Quebec-To amend .\ct consolidat- 
CXCVIII. Chaffee, Elwin Jfolrcus-To naturl\lize. ing IAtw rell\ting to. 
CCVl. Christie, John-To vest in, a certain alluwance of I ccxxru. Toronto G<meral HOFpitul-To enable Truste('jI 
Road, Towm;bip of Oxfof!l. to raisp ;(6UOO. 
CC, n. C,'ys/er, John Pliny, and (A'orge Hummel, 8t'1I..- CL XXXI. Toronto HorUcl1/tura7 Snciefy-To incorpora.te. 
To vest in, a ctlrt.lin allowance of ROlid, Township ot Win- CL \.xII. Fm(mtn I.,land lJriùgp (h.-To in('orp"I'/ite. 
cheflt..r. CLXVI. fJ
trrn Canada Loan Q-J.-To incorporate. 
CC. FoJote. Jonathan, and TJilliam 11wrn,-To TÐI't in, _ , . 
a certain allow,lUce of Road. Townsbip of WhitLy. MU
lCll'ALlTI.ES. 
CCVIlI. GumUe, John W:-To vest in, a rertain allow- CXIX. Beauh?rnms-To authorize the running of It. 
ance of RO:Jd. Township of Whitby, Boundry Line bet\\een the 
ci"niory of lind thE' Township 
CCI X. GiU,s, Tlwlnas N.- To vest in, certain allowances of Godmanchest
r and I'arish of St. -\uicet, flJr the pJ.Jr

 
ofR()ad. Tll'\\n"hip of Whitby. ofa Road. 
CXCVI. Gr:mt,Jumes C" and others-To confirm thÐ llalo CXX:\.IX, Bnlinn and l
fagn{J-For the Partition of cer- 
of cert!lin 1.lluds made by, of the estate of the late H. P, tain Land... in the Townships of. 
Gl"ant, and to execute conveYll11ces. LXXIII. Boundaries-'ro ascel"tllin unkno\\n, in certaiu 
CeI. fll,J.cu1'a, John-To n,st in, a c rtain allowance of, capes. 
Road. Township (If London. I I, XXXIX. ßJwmam-iI/f'-To incorporate tIle 'fown of. 
CXCV. Na
aulcl.l/. Ja1Jtes- To confirm eel.tain Sales 8 nd À C V II r. Brac(jiJrd- To i ncorpor" te the "m";.!:e of: 
ASflurlinres Imlde by Executors and Trm,t

s of the late. CIX. BmnlfCll"d Township-To legaliztJ Acts of :.\[unid- 
CCXXV. NcIllt"S71, John-To ena.ble Executors of the pILI Counc'H of. 
!.ltp, to len
e certain UPHI Property, I LXX\"III. RruCl! County-To authorize Provi
i"nal 
n- 
CCII. Mulde. John-To vest in, a cerblia allowance of niciJ.lal ('ouncil of, to take Sh,ck in l'ert.\in Hailwavs. 
Road, To\\nship{.f
ichol. I I.XX"VII. Brite, Cowlty-To explain Act to st'parate 
CCIU. P!Im. H
 Il ,slrm F.-To Test In, a certain allow- Co'unty of Uuron from. 
ance of Ro,ul, Township of llaldimallJ. I CX:X. Cllateaugai-'l'o ercct HnQfK'!ltown ani! .Tamps- 
CCX. Shaw. JiIII1l-To vest in, a certain allow:inre of town. in County of, and pl\rlqof U...mmingf"rd lUll! lIir.chin- 
Road. Town"l,ip of \\ ilberf<Jrce. brook!>. in County of Huntingdon. intQ a. )Iunicipality, &.c, 
CCXl. Slfwll. U"ar/vs C.-To vest in, ci!rt!lin allo\\ances CX \"11 1. VltUl('.JcU!fUu.v-To trltn"iti.'r certain Hnohs. &c.. 
of R(1I.1. TOWll-hir of l'i,'k"ring, from Re:d!otry Office of Couuty of, to that of the Count.t of 
CCV. SI/Jayzf'
 J,Jlm. O,-an I'Iwal, rrali'ngWn Smith and Huntingdon, 
MoltlLÍa,
 L 1Il1pm.l1n-'fo ve
t in, respectively, ccrtniuallow- f'\. \'1. Clar,';c-To t'stablhh .l ærtain Con('es"iun line In 
:\ncesof Ito'ld, Township of Thorold. Town
Lip of. 
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INDEX TO THE STATUTES. 


[1858. 


LXXI. Clagy Resen'cs Appropriation Am
ndment .Act of 

8;)ô--To explain and ftmen
 a
 re:?;1\I"Js ascertaining nnm- 
bPI' of Hate-payers in Municipalitie!'l in Upper Canada. 
C. CIÙtlon-To incorp'Jrate the' ilIage ot: 
XC,"I. CWingw(J()(l-To incorporHte the Town of. 
LXVIII. Counties-When united tor :\lunicipal purposes 
to c'lrry on improvements independt'ntly ofeRch other. 
J_XXU. Depcis-'fo render va!id, \"\"hl'n given by Sheriffs 
1!0 assignees of purchasers of bmds so!d for Taxes under 
IS & 14 \'ic. c. (j7, 
cvn. Bl(rra-To incorporate the Village of. 
CVI. Fel"{JI

-'l'o incorporate the 'ïlIa
e of. 
er V. Pwt Erie-To incorporate the \ïllaj\e of. 
CXl\'. P,.wtpTics!JUrglt-To divide the Town!'hip of. 
CXTI I. G./spc-'Io a.mend 19 .1; 20 \ïc. ('. -li, and authorIze 
the t;)rnlfition (Jf f"ur Agricultural Societies. 
I,XXXVllI. Gode'riclt-To confirm a conveyance made 

IY Towu of, of a portion of the 
Iarket Sq ullre. 
J,XXÀ VIf. Uoderich-To empower Council of, to appro- 
pl"i>!.te c('rtain moneys. 
cxxxrv. lla17fax-To alter Limits of 1'0\\ n<;hip of. 
CX:XXIII. j["lit,lx-To divide the Town<hip of. 
T,:\. X:Xl\'. llaniilton Citv-To amend Act authorizing' 
c.fJn
tl'uetion of Water Wo;k<; in. 
J,XXXIJJ. lIami/Jon City-To raise a loan of ;1:;;0,000. 
I,XX. [n.,pectors of Public lllusPs.-To ameud L:lw rda- 
rive to. 
CI. Ir'J'7/1'JiR-T.I incorporô\te fhe Village of. 
C'(XX\ Ill. K'lm'IIlTClska-l'rocecdings of County Co un- 
,'il of. I"galized, &e. 
XCIX. KòlllptL'i'w-To amend 19 & 20 Vie, c, 99, incorpo. 
ratin
 Yill"ge of. 
LXX \". L'Hlds on ShOTe (if Lake Onla'rÚJ-For prfJtection 
(If p...rHons o\vuiug, in Counties of York, Peel aud llalton, 
XCV, LindsaIJ-To iw'orporate tbe Town of. 
J,XXXII. Londan C'ity-l'o authorize sa.le of the Potter's 
Fipld, 
CCXV. J[clskino'1ge-To amend 1G Vie. c. 23i, pro
iding 
:'Ir l1iviRion of Common of. 
XCII. ltldbm-To incorporata the Town of. 
('\'rII. J/itc!tpU--To incorporate the Village of. 
CXII. J/cGillivray-To authol"izedisposal of certain Road 
:lIlnw.lTIcel< in TownRhip of. 
C\'. Nrw Ifamburg-To incorporate the Village of. 
clIo J\rewnw'rkd-To incOl-porate the Village ot: 
XCIII. (j,Û.l,ille-To incorporate tbe Town of. 
I,X XIX. Olltf1.rio County-To le
Hlize certain By-Laws of 
::lte Home Dist.rict C,)l1llcil. in refet'enC6 to certain Roads in. 
I_XXX\'. ()tlawa (,ity-To consolidate Debt of. 
r.x X:À VI. Ottawa City-To incorpm'ate Hoard of Trarle of. 
LXXVI. P.tf'.Tl)(rrr!ltgh-To attach new Townships of GHI. 
"BY, ('''''('ndi
h and Anstruther to County of. 
('XXI V. (,!,/p!Jec-To d"frav e:!l..pemeof JUver Police nt. 
e ,(XIII. (,)/IP:Je.c-To e!'tablish a Police .Fol'ce in. 
cxxn. Qupl)/X and NontrCllI-llehttive to Duties of In- 


'('tur!' and 
upcrintendents of Police in. 
CX: XV, Qu,(',bec 'l'urnpike Roods-To divide into t\"\"o 
ÞC


\? 
:
l':;nCh- 1'(1 incorporate the Town of. 
('XV. Sltrnia-Fordraiuingof Lake Wanancsh,in Town' 
-hip ot: 
CX. Slonln/-To enable fownðhip rÆ, to construct a Har- 
bour at River ßa.ytiehl. 
CXÀXVII. .'}l. .Aul'ert-To erect, into a spparate !lJuuici- 
I>:ility. 
XCI. St. Gatli,rines-For construction of Water Works 
in Town of, 
XC. st. C.t:,prilU'.s-To rai!'e læn of :t15.2-lS, 
CCXVL Bt. Prancnis <iu Lac-To amend Act enabling 
Inhabitants of. to re
ulate Common of :st.. }'rancoiò. 
CXXXI. St. I1.l/ocinlhe-To incorpnrute City of. 
CXX \. VI. Rt. .Tulie de ,
merspt-'l'o confirm separation 
'If St. C.tlh:te de Somerset from, !ind to divide 'fuwnship of 
s..'merspt. 
CXXÀlI. St. Lambrrt-To erect, into a distinct :\Junici. 
pnJitv. 
CXÀXV. SI. Nnbr)'t d'.Arlhabas!..a-To logi\lize certain 
..roceedin
s of. 
CX\.lX. Three Ri1'pr$-'l'o make more ample provision CCXXT. Church of England-To enable Illeuml,pnt antI 
for Incor pornti('IlIl . f To\\'n of. I Church Wardens of. at G.:orgina, to dispobe of certain I_ands 
C'('(À. Three Riv0"3-'fo relieve sufferers from hlte bcloul!7ing to llIi!,
jon. 
fire in. CXC. Clm1"('lt nf Scotla'TId- To enable Tn:steps of certain 
LXXX. TQrnnto-To amend 16 Vie. c. 219, conveying to Glebe lot in Town!'bip of Edward!'1.JUrg to sell the East half, 
City certain Water Lots, with power to construct :In EbPla- 1 and row nth('r purpose!'. 
Dluie, &e.' CXCIV. Churrh nfthe Ordrr nf Onmte!1.
of IIltnlinpclnn', 
LÀXXI. T07'011tQ-'l'o onthorize con!'tructi<m of ,rater Cm1n'xinn-To authorize 
Iinistcrs nt
 to scle'nnize ì\Iatri- 
\\ ork
. IInd levying a \\ olter Rate. mOllY, &c. 
L334] 


LXVII. Villages-To amcud :\JunicilJal Laws of Upper 
CHn'tda rel:J.ting to t.he IncorporathlD of. 
ClIl. W'Lt.rloo-To inrorporate the Village of. 
C
III. JflIith.V-To dh'ide the To" Dsbip of. 
XCVII. Windsor-To incorporate the Town of. 
CÀI. 7 r rrra (Ea...t and JI
st) and East Nissouri-To au- 
thorize 
Iunicipalities to dispose of certain Road l111owances. 
NAYIGATIO
, DOCKS AXD I1AI:.nûURS. 
CLXIX. Canadian Inland St
am .Navigation Co.-To in- 
corporatij. 
CLXXI. De Salaberry Navigation Cb. of Mon
)'e
To 
inrorpor:tte. 
x, Lif}ht-Houses-For payment of cost of certain, in Gulf 
of St. LIl\Vrenee. 
CI_VIIL Firrt Erie S'dp Canal ÚJ.-To inc.orpor:lte. 
CXX VI. Nnntrral Flarbour-For Improwmeut of, and 
deep..ning Ship Canltl b
tween }lontreal :Ind Quebec. 
CX.\': V H. }rluntreal .llarlxmr and lIarbour CuumâssÙm.prs 
-To correct an Error in 20 Vio. c. 126. Act ofl)l"esent Ses- 
sion. 
CLXVIIT. .J.Yorth- ffisúrn Steam 
Nc1.vigation Company of 
Canaùa-To incorpfJra.te. 
IX. Oawn Steamers, Canadian-To estahlish It l.eekly 
Line between this Pro,ince aud the Cnited IHugdom. 
XX\..IV. Steam ressp.ls-To amend U & 15 '"ie. c,l:W, for 
the security of lives ofpl\.S!'engers on board, 
CLXX. Riche1icu Cb.-To incorporate certain persons 
undcr IIame of. 
CX. Rit'er B.1!
fiehl-To enable Council of Townsbip of 
St.anley to construct a Harbom' at, on Lake IIuron. 
CXXIV. Ril'P.T Police-To Pl'ovide for defraying the ex- 
pense of. at Quebec. 
CL VII. St. Clair Sltip Canal Cb,-To incorporate. 
CLXXIV. St. Lawrence JVl.lreholtse, Dock and Wharfage 
0),-1'0 incorporate. 
CXLlX. St. Maw'ice Railway and Narigation Co.-To 
incorp )rate. 
CXXVIIT. 'l'rinitv Housr, fl[onrrra7-To ar:1cnd Act re- 
lating to, and to m>tke fnrthC'r provisions conccmin
 Pilots, 
CXXI. 'l'rinity HJU.
e, Quebec-To amend Act consolidat- 
ing Laws relative to, &c, 
RAILWAYS. 
XU. .Accidmts on-For the better Pre-vention of. 
CLY. Brantfirrd and South. JJ'é..,tern-l'o incOl'p'Jra.te. 
CXLIV. Brockvilw and Ottawa-To amend and e
tend 
Charter of. 
CXLII. Champ7ain & St. La1vrence and fl[ontre.al & New 
lórk-Todefine powers and cOnfirm certain proceedings of. 
Cr,IV. Eastwood and Berlin-To incorporate. 
CLT. Fl,rt Erie Railway Co.-To incorporate. 
CXLVn. GvJ.t and Gudph-To amend 18 \"ie. c. 70, in- 
corporating. 
ÀL Grand Trunk-To dispet1
e with Government Direc- 
tors ßnrl facilitate completion of Company's works. 
LXXX. GI"n.nd Trunk and other Rw"lways-To loca.te, on 
Frontage of City of Toronto. 
CXL'I. Hamilton and Tùronto-To explain 18 vic. c.180, 
ampnùing ChHrter. 
CI_IT. Lnnd'>n and Lf1.ke IIuroTo-To incorporate. 
CXLTII. Onta:rio, Simcoe aud Hllron-To amend 12 Yie. 
c. 196. incorporating. 
CXLI. n )'1 Datl!Ourir and 'lhOTn7d-To incre9
e Copital 
Stock of, and ch'm
e name to WeIland R:<ihVIIY Company. 
C'(LV. Port JVJdtb!/ and Lai.-e Flu1'Cm.-l'o revive and 
IImend 16 Vic. c. 105, incorpnrating. 
CXLVII. Preston and Berlin-To incorporate. 
XXXV, Railwa7/ (lauses Consolidation .Åct-To amend 
and explain 14 & i5 Vic. c. 51. ser. 13. 
CXI_\'lII. ,<;!a11stead, SheJI"nrd and ahamb7y-To amend 
16 Vie. c. 107, Hnd 18 Vic. c. 185, relntin,!!: to. 
I_XXVIII. Sloe'" in-l'o authorize Pl'Ovl
innal Municipal 
Council of County of ill'nee to take. in I'ertain Rail ways. 
Cr,Jn. Strathroy and Rrrt Pralll.-To incorporate. 
CXLIX. .....t. Ma1l1'ice.-To incorporate. 
CL VI. Trrron!/J and Owen Sound {;'enlral-To incorporate. 
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AGRICULTURE AND MECHANICAL SCIENCE. 


39 


CCXIX. Finlay Asylum, Quebec-To constitute a Corpo- 
ration for the maoageulPnt of. 
CCXX. F,rst l'r.e Will Baptist Church in Hatky-To 
cnabl.. Trustees of. to receive a le1;acy. 
CL ,(XX \'11. llJrclto-To incorporate the Sisfers of Our 
Lady of. in the Dioce!'e of '!'nronto. . 
CLXXXVI. ld(
le Orphan Asylum, Quel;e.c-To incorpo- 
rate the Church of England. 
LXVI. AI..t1rimony-To nmend Laws relat.in
 to the sol- 
emnization of, in Upper Canad.t. (
ee page -is, for SYl!opsib 
of this Act,) 
CCXIv. ftfethodist Episcopal Church in Cænada.-To au. 
thorize :\1inisters of, te solemnize 
Iatrimony, &c.. in LowH 
Canllda. 
CCX VIII. Presllyterian ()mgregation of rork-To amend 


4 Gco. IV. c. 3-1, authorizing the purchase of ground for a 
churc'h, &c. 
CXcnI. Presbyterian Society of Hamilton-To authol"Ìze 
Trn::tef's of to sell certain Church property held by them. 
cxcn. St. Arw'rew's Church, Guelp/t-'l'oauthorize 'l'rus- 
tee Q of. to sell certain Land!'. 
CXCI. St. Andrew's Church, /;tontreal-To amend 12 Vir. 
c, 15-1. incol poratillg Minister and Trustees of. 
CLXXXVITJ. St. Patric
's Orp 1 1an Asylum, M01itreul- 
To amend 18 "Vie. c. 235, inccrpo ating. 
TELEGRAI'rrS. 
CLXX"Y. ftfrmtreal Telegraph Co.-To amend 10 & 11 Vie. 
c. 83. and 18 Vie. c. 207. and to ext..nd powers of, authoriz- 
ing the el-tabli!'hment of a 'l'ran!'at.lantic Line. &c. 


AN ACT TO E
COURAGE AGRICULTURE, &C. 
.A. Synop,
is of an Act to makc better prO'l.'ision for the encmtragemp1!t of .Â!ìTÍcllllure, and also to provide fClT the 
pronwtiun (If 
lech'1'1!icaJ, .'icience. 
20 'IC., CIL\P. XXXII. In
titution who sh:\ll refu!'e. to furni!'h any information 
[A.
sented to 10th June, 18:;7.] relating to the Agricultural, 
Iech:lllical or Manutacturing 
Tbe preamble sets forth the desirabl.nellll of promoting interest!', or till' 
hltistic" of this l'rovince, \\ÌLene"er 
the development of )Jcchaoic:il talent among the people of r('quired so to do, 
hal\ fÌJr every SITch offence incur a pen- 
this PI'o\ince. by dissc'mina1ing instrUl,tion in mechanics ally often pounds cUrrency. 
and the kindred scienc!'s, nnd Ly I1ffording increased fud, Sec y J] 1. En
cts that the :\linister of Agriculture may 
lilies f,'r the study of 
Jod"ls and Apparlltus; And the at /lny time, alJlJoint any per!'on to iu!'pect the books :md 
expediency of pl"Oviding for the e
tabli
hment of Central accounts of any Soddy in the Provincl:! receivin
 Govern- 
Bo:trds of Adminil-tration in Upper and Lowl'r Canada ment. aid. nnd whkh may be In any way in conneJlion with 
re!<pt-ctively, connccted 8nd c().{)p
rating with the Mecba- the said BurlJau of Agriculturl:!. 
nics' Jn
titutell of the several Cities. Towns nnd ViIlalZes in . 
the pur
uit thereof; Also the d..hirablcnlJss of extending Boards of Agnculture. 
encouragement to .\rts and 
Janufuctures, and stimulating' fec. IX. Enacts that the Pre;;idents for the time bdng, 
the ingenuity of Mechanics and Artizans by ml'ans of of the Agricultural AI'sociations herinaft..r mentioned. /tnd 
IJri.ws and distinctions, distributed and awm'ded on the I all Pl'ofl:!s
ors of Agriculture in Chart..lCd CnJIl'gt"S, t:niver- 
same pdnciple as bas been already so successfuIl} applied sitie
. and other public educational in!'titutiolJs. and ihe 
to thl:! encouragement of Agriculture in this PI ovince: Chief Supel'intendent of Educlltion in Upper aml in I.owl'r 
Sec. 1. t
nact8 that from and aftE'f the passing of this Cllnada. sh"l
 respectin;ly be Mm
tl:Jers e.v (!O!cio, of tI.le 
Act, the Act to provide for the establishnwllt of a Bureau ll()
I.d of 

l'Ic.ulture for that section of the I rOVlllce III 
of Agriculture. and to amend nnd cr.nsolidate the laws wlnch t.he
.lel-"ldt'. 
relating to AJ:(riculture (Iü 'ïc. dlltp.ll.) be repeaJ...d: but Sc'c. X. E
acts that four lIIember
 
f e/lCh Board 
hnIl 
the Bureau of AJ!;riculture and all A
ricultural Societies, at1m
..ny r
tJre, the n
mes of the r..tmng :llpmLers to be 
Association!' 8
d Boards of Agriculture incorpo
Rted, &c., <?r pubh;he
 III t
e Ag!'
cultural .J?
lrnals of. t!I
. s(>f'
Jon of 
lawfully established und!'r that Act. shall cont.mue a8 If It the I ronnce III "hi<;h they reside. Rehrmb Members 
were still in force. excp,t in so far as the said Bureau, illY be 
e-cl
cted. " . 
&c may be affected by this Act . pc. XI. }.nacts thnt the County Agnf'Ultural SocIeties 
., . . in Upper and Lower Canada re!'pectively. shall, at their 
Bureau of Allnctllture, anJllJ.\. 
Ieplings in .Jsnuary, nominate four persons to be 
Sec. II. Enacts that the Bureau of A
rkultUl"e I'hall CO!!- Members of the llOlm]s of AJrIÏ,.ult.ure respectively, and 
tinue to be attached to one of tlllJ Pultlic DelJartmeuts. find sbnll transmit the name!' of tlie rersons so nominated to 
the Head of such Department shall be known as the :\Iini:ster to the Bureau of A
riculture; /lIId the four persons" ho 
of Agriculture. shall have been nl'minated by the grPILtest number of 
Sec. III. "naets th,t the said }liuister shall bo ex officio Societies shall be :\Icmbers of the sai<l Boards. in thp place 
Member of all Boards of Agriculture which now alC f,r of the :\Tembers vacdin!; thpir !'eats. Yacancies which may 
bereafterrnay beestablisbed in this Province. It shall and at any time hllPIJen thr'Ju
h death, ð.c., Jllay be fiIlcd up 
may be lawful for the )IembertJof the BOllrd of Agriculture by the Governor in CoundJ. 
to elect from among themselves a l'resiùent and "Vice-Pre- Sec. XII. EJIIlcts thllt in caRe of an equality of votcs for 
liÏdent annually. one Or more of the persons so nominatpd. thl:! lIIinistcr of 
Sec. I V. Enacts that the said Mini!'ter 81,1111 receive all Argiculture sha.ll decide which shall be the :\Iem her. 
npIJlicatinn!<, specifications. &c.. Hud !\Iodpls relating to 8pc. Xln. Enacts thllt it shall not be lawful for either 
Patents for hlVt"nti.Jns, Rnd "hall keelJ the records theref,f; of the said Boards to pay finy Member for actin
 fiS such, 
amI all Acts now in force lelating to Patents für In\'en- exct'lJt the amount of his actufiJ ncceisary expellsPs in 
tions aud whicb direct anythin
 to be dt,n" by or t.hrough att..ndiu:r the regulRr meetings of the Uoard: hut each of 
the Provincial Secretarv. sha1l be held to hRve directed the the Boards mny IIppoint a Secretary, and pay him a reafon- 
SlIme to be donI:! by 01" through t.he 
ald )lilli
ter. able salary for hi!' senices. 
Sec. V. Ena.pts that the s!iid 
linister 
hnll also be a ScP. XIV. t:nRcts th:lt the rpgular meetings of the paid 
1I1ember and Ch
irman of the Board of Re;!;Íhtration IInd Boards 
hall ùe held pursuant to /Ifljournment. or be clilled 
Statistics, in the plar.e of the Inspector General. nud 
hall l,y the Secretary at the imtllncE't ot' tbe f'residt'nt or Yice- 
have charge of the Census and othc>r Statisti(.al Return
. l're"ident, or u,.on tho written request f'f IIny ,three :\l<'m- 

el'. "I. t:nacts that it shall be the dut.v of the said :\\in, ber!', and fit lea
t five da)"S notl('e Of811ch Met-ting- 
hall be 
i!<tel' to in!'t.itute inquiries and collect uFeful facts Rwl bta- gÏ\'pn to e
,ch Member, amI it shall be lawful for the Board, 
tistÏ<"s relating to the Agrkultural. l'IIechanil'"ll and 
I.tIlu- in th., absl'nce of the I'rp!'ident aud Yi
e-PreFitlent. to 
f.lCturing intl'rests of the Province, aw] to adopt, m('asurt s appoint a Chuirman pro tempore, and five :\lembers bhaU be 
for di
R"ll1inliting the fame in SUI'h manner as he may find a 'f1")TUI/!. 
bpst adaptl'd to promotl:! improvement within the Provincp Sec. XV. Enacts that it I'han be t1.e dut.y of the "aitl 
and to encourllge immigration from othf'r Countri('s; and Boards to rpceive the Ueports of Ag1"ÏculturHl Sodetie!', anr:: 
he Fhall submit to I'Hr:iam("nt within ten dol)"S after the h..fi're gr:mtinp; the certIficates h!'rdnafter mentioned. to 
opeuiu.!; of each Sesbion thereof a detailed Itcport of his I'pe that the)" have cOllilJlied with the IlIw; to p.ocurl' and 
procee,lings. set in opemtion a model. illustrative or expf'rimental farm 
Sec."ll. }:nacta that. a11 Board!' of Agricllltnrp, AgrÌCIIltu- or fllrm
 in thl'ir reHpt"ctÏ\'e sections of tbe I'I"lH jJ)('(', :ind 
ral As
ociati(Jns, Agricultural S(\cietie" :\lunicipaIO,uncils, in connl'l'ti' n with any rnhlic school, coll!'::e or univer
ity, 
UOllflh of Arts I\ml M/\Dufacturei<, Mechanics' Institutes, &1'.. to collc'ct and estl\blbh. at Toronto allll :llontrelllre- 
Puhlic Institutil1Jl
, and Pllhlic Oèficers in this Provincp, specth'ely. au Ag'ricnltural :\T u!'pllm find IlII A
rkllltllral 
Fhan promt1y answer offici.ll,'omnllmications from thp I'aid Rnù lIorticulturlll Libmry, to obtain from nthl'r f'ountries 
nur!'lIu of Agricu'tun>; !ind any Officer of any such floard :\uimals of new or impl"O\cd hrel'ùs, npw v:lri"ti('s of grain, 
Association, Societ.y, COUl\f'il, Institute, or other I'nbiic "eed
, veg"wbles, or other agricultural productions, new or 
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40 


AGRICULTURE AND MECHANICAL SCIENCE. 


[1858. 


improved implements of husbandry or new machines which I upon the !tull of the Members of the sRid Board. for the 
may Rl)pl)ar aùapt,,? to facililate a:;rit-ultuml opemtiun!', I yellr then .about to commence: Pro,ided always. that 
and to test the qualIty, vlllue and usefulness uf t-uch, and together with such names when transmitted by the Sf'cre- 
genprally to ad0pt every means in their power to promote ta,'y of a Mechanic'>! Institute, there bt! trllnsllJittted a 
improvement in the agriculture of this Province; and tho statement vf'rified by the 01l1h of the Secretary to be taken 
said UOIlrds'shall keep II. Record of their transactions, and before a Justice of the Pence, of th9 names of 
II the mem- 
(<hall publish all su,'h Reparts, and olher useful intorma- bers on the roll of such :.\Iechanics' Institute, beiuO' actual 
tion as the "aid HUllrdl! may prot'ure and Hjudge suit-lble worl,ing mech:mics and manufacturers, and ha
in' pHid 
for publication; and if the said HtJards 
hall publi-h a subscriptions of at least five "hillings each to its Ìunds 
monthly j"urnal. or adopt any of the A!!ricultural journals for the ,)enr then last l)l\st; and ifit shall appear, that aný 
now putJlbhed in Upper and L.JWer C>inada, it shall be silch :lledmnics' Institute has elected too many Dele"ate>! 
the duty of all Agricultural Societi..s receiving any share then the Secretary of the Huard shall abstain i'rom r;cord: 
of the Public Grant to give at least one month's notice of ing any of the names of Imch Delegates, and submit the 
tho time I\nd phiCe of holding t1Jeir E"\:hibitions in the nt.\ttor to tho Board at its first meeting; and it "hall bo 
.Journals so Imblished or adopted by the Boards. I.Hvful for the sliid Hoard. 10 ajudge that such Meehanics' 
Sec. XVI. Enacts thl\t the !'aid Boards ehall transmit to Institut.. "hall not be f'ntitlt't1 to any Delegate for that 
the Bureau of Agricultl1re a copy of their resolutions, Ey- yoar. or otherwise decide which Delegate or Deleo-ates 
laws or otht'r formlll prtlcel'dings; and every resolution, shall be rpjt'cted. I:> 
By-law or ot,her proceeding, \\hich may involve an eXl)tm. S
c, XXVII. Ln:!cts that it shlill be the duty of the said 
diuu'e of money to an RlllOUUt exceeding tcn pounds, t'hall Boards of Alts and 
Ianuf;lctures) to collect nnd est:tbli.;h 
not be pa
sed except with the aSSent of a majority of the at. Toronto IInd )Iontreal resp..ctÏ\'ely, for the instruction 
M
lllbers. ofpracticalmt'chRnics and IIrtizans, mUt:eums (\f Dlinerals 
Sec. X VI I. Enllets tbat each of the said llo.'lfds shall be and other material su b
tances and chemical composil ions 
a Brùy Corporate, aud have power to acquire and hold susceptihle of being used io 
Ieehllnical Arts IInd :lIanufiLC
 
Illnd and pcrsonal property for tho purp0sCS of its ineor. tUff'S, with model rooms appropriat('ly stocked and supplied 
por:ttion. with models of w(\rks of I1rt. and ofimpI
ments of huslmn- 
Boal'ds of Al ts and ]Jlanufactul"es. dry and machlnps adllpt
d to facilitHte agrlC'ultural opera- 
tions. and tree, libr..ries of re.ferenee! cont
inillg books, 
Sec. XYIII. Enacts that there t:hall be establi
hed, in plans a.nd .dr
wmg;;, s<,lected wIt
 a Vl
W to the inljJarting 
Upper Can'-llla, a C0rp'r:.til.n or flody Corporate. to be of usetulmtormatlOn In conn..chon wIth MechHnhal Arts 
cath'd .. lho Hoard of Arts and Manufactnres tOr "Cpper Hnd Manufactures, to obtain from other countJies new or 
Cllnad,l." i
l)rOved implements :l;nd maC'hines, not being implements 
See. XIX. En'lets that there shall bA est:.blishl"d in ot husbandry or machmes IIpeciall,)' adapt
d to tiJcilltate 
Lower C1\nada, a Corpurntinn or Body Corporate, to be agricultural operations, to test the quality, value and use- 
caU"d "Tho I} ard of Arts and 
Iamlf,ictu!'es tor Lower fu ness of such, and generally to aðopt everv mean'! in 
Canadl\. their pow..r to l)romote improvement in the :I]echanical 
I:\ec. XX. Enacts that the said Corporations "haU be AI.ts !lnd 
lanufactu"es in this Province; and the 
Jinister 
composed reslJeetively of the l\Iiuil'ter of Agl'iculture (who of Agri,'ulture may cause duplicates or e.'pies of models 
sl",11 bd ex '!tJicw a momber of each), of the PrOless()rs of &c.. depositl'd in the Pawnt OtIir-e, IInd upon whieh PHknt
 
and I.o,.turers on the various branche!' of phJl'ical 
dt'nct! of Inventions have issued, to be made, IInd plHced in the 
in all the Chartered Universities Rnd Coll"ges ill Upperaod Model Uooms, 
Iu8eums or Libraries of the said Boalds of 
Lower Canlld;i respecth'ely, aud the Chief Superintendpnts Arts and Manufaf'tures; and it shall be lawful for the 
ill Upper Rnd in Lower Can'lda, for the time being. e:1: officio. eaid Boards, \\ith the Hl)l)robatipn of the Minh,ter of Asrri- 
the l're
iùent!; and one Delf'g>l.te from eat.h of the lloar(ls of culture, to estaùlish in eunnection with their JU useums 
1'rade. and the Pfl'sid
nts of Ilnd Delegates from each (.f :.\Iodd Rooms or LibraJ'Ïes, Schools of Design ti.r Women: 
the ineorporat
d :\Iechauics' Institutes. or of Rny incol"l)o- and also to found Schools or Collpges for Mechanics, and 
rate.l Arts A

of'Ìatioll'; qualified as hereinafter mentioned, to employ competent persons to deliver lectures; and tho 
in Upper and Lower Canada, such Delega es to bi! chosen said Board>'! shall keel) Records of tbeir respective tl"an- 
annually. sllctions, and shall puhlish all such Reports, Essays, Lec- 
Sec. iXI. En:tcfs tbat the said Corporationq may hold tures and other Literal'y coml)Ositions conveJing useful 
real or immo"l""alJle property, for the pUllJOses of tht! Corpo- informl1tion as the said Boards may be able to procure, and 
r!ltioll, and may sell, or otherwbe dispose of the snme. jndge to be snitable for publieation. 
!Sec. X\:'[J. ]
nacts th,lt the I
oard ofTrad
 in eaeh (,ity :3ec. XXVIII. .En..cts thl1t the said Boards of Arts and 
and Town in U Pl)t'r C.llnda, sh.tll, at ils first meeting iu l\Ianufaclures shnll have power to make such By-laws, RuleR 
the month of .January aUllu.tlly, elect. to the Board of Arts Orders and Regulations. touching the dispo
itlon !lnd 
and 'lanufactures fur Upper Canad:l, one of its Body as a. man"i.gement of their affairs, and the execution of Ihe du- 

Iel1lb
r. ti..s iutrusteri to them by this Act, and to repeal or alter and 
S..,'. XXIII. ]':nacts thnt the Board of Trade In each City make others in their stead; and copies of all such J:y.lawl', 
and Town in I,owt'r Canada. shall, at its first meeting in &c., and of tbe minutes of all the l)rOceedln)!:s of the said 
the m Illth of .TRlluary. annually elect to the Hoard of Arts Boards. shalll>e trRn
mitted to the Coard of Ap;ricnlture, 
alld 'Iallufu.ctures ti.,r Lower Canada, ono of Its ùotty us a Sec XXIX. :)o;DRcts that the 
aid Boards of Arts aud 
Member, :\Ianufw.tures shnll meet at the Cilies of Toronto and 
Ion- 
Sec. X\:.IV. Enaf'ts that ea('h incorporllted )I,'chanlcs' treal re
l.Jectivf'ly, on the first Tlwsday in .Jauuary, April, 
In
lilute in Upper !Inri T,ower Canada re
pectively, "hall. .July and October. providpd such 'l'uesday be not a holiday 
at it
 first meetin;.!. in the m'.nth of .Janu1try. el?ct to the in v.bich CRse the meeting "hall take plnce tbe next day 
Board of Arts and !llanufactures in Upp..r or Lower Call- therellfrer, not being a holiday; and it shall he tb.. dIlty 
ada rt'spectively ,(a"cordiIl
 as it!; place of meeting Is in of the Presidpnt of eitht'r of the said Boards, IInri in bis 
Up!'''r or Lower Can td>L) one d
lt!gate fi'r eVery t'Yl'nty absl'nce, of the "Vice-President, whenever he may deem it 
memb
rs on its roll. being a,.tIlal workin
 mpchanics or npces.ary. or be r
qnired by any ten memhers to clIlI spe- 
mal1ut:..ctllrtlrs. and havilI
 p,lid a subscriptinn of ut Il'a
t eial meetings: Pro,'ided always, seVl"n clear days notiep be 
five >!hillin.!;s each. to its fund>! f,.r the year thl'n 1-.st past: given. "igned by the 8ecretary of the Board, and lJ1l1iled to 
l'w\'id"tl always, th.tt no s\1.'h 
Ieehani('s' Institute I'hall the addl"l'
s ofpRch 
lember of the Boord. 
be entitled to elt!ct au\' snch dt!lt'!!:.lte to the Board ûf Arts Sec. XX.X. Enllcts that eaeh of the !'aid Roards shall, at 
IInd 'lanutaC'tur..s. unless it slHlII have contoibutcd to thl' its quart
rly meetings in ,J:mnary, el
('t from among its 
fundo; of fluch Board, at IO>lst one-Ienth of the amount of members a PI'e
ident. Yice-I're!'ident, and a St'eretllry and 
Government aid 
ranled to such Institute during the T....a.,urer, for the ensuing yellr, or until the elt'cti,'n of 
ye r th"'l1 last p.\"t. their Sllccessors, and \Jhall appoint II Sub-comlllitt..l' of not 
8e('. XXV. Enactl! that the Auditor shaH transmit to the less than five nor more thun nine of their numb
I' fi)r tho 
Ho,mls of Arts and 
lanuf.tctures fOI' Upper IIwl T.owl"r management durin 6 the year of such affairs of tIle BORrd 
C:m'ub respecti\'ely. in the month of 'larch mmualh. as may by any B.y.law be entnNted to them; and Ihe Pre- 
st:ltcnH'nts of the number of \Iembers on the Bo.,),s. IInd sident IInd VicL
P\"('sirtent shall be C:I: oj/icio members thl'ro- 
th'3 reVl'nue. exclusive of Pro\ incial aLl. ofelleh Uech
nics' of. and a ml!jority of the memhers of suC'h Sub.Committee 
Ino;tituto, in Upper Or Lower Cana[la resp,'ctiv...lv. shall be Il quorum f"r the fr-ansllction ofbuqine
!'; and ill 
Sec. XXVL En.tcts that the n \mt''' of the O..legatl's so ca
e of a v!lcancy occmring in any ofthe sairi offiC'el< in the 
l'leC't!'d 
h:lll be transmitted b.v the Spcretu.v of tht! Board course of the ,)car, I'uch 'acanC'.v may be filled np by elec- 
or In
tit ute electin1: them. to the Secretary ofthp B'Jllrd of tion:It any qn 
rterly or meeting spetially called for that 
which they aro elected, who sh,dl inscribe their n.lmps purpose, 
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AGRICULTURE AND MECHANICAL SCIENCE. 


41 



4gricultu!ral Associations. I ship Agricultural Eoeietlps. Ilnd also the Pre
idents of 
, 
le,'h:tl1ics' In
titutcs receiving Government aid, and of 
Sec. XXXI. Enacts that 
Ietnher80fthe Board
 o
 Agn- Boar.ls of Trade \\ithin the County. be ex nj/icio iJire.ctors 
culture and of Board.. of Arts a
d :\lanufa
ture8, President.s I of tbe Cuunty Society: Provided. that e>il'h FUl"h To" n<;hip 
t.nJ \ïce-Pre
idellts of
lIlawluli
 o


llIzed County Agl'
- Socit!ty and )Ipchanics' Institute !;hall have contributed 
cultm'al f:ocieties Horticultural :SoCIetIes. Bnd all 
UbsCfl- two pounds ten !;hillings annually to the funds of the 
bers of Five 
hi!lings annuall,Y. to t
e fund!' of any 
ucb I County Society. 
Society. sball in t.hpir respeCtlVe.8e.ctlons of the Pr.oVlllCe, Sec. XLI. Enact
 that the )Ieeting
 of the Officers and 
con
titut.e IIn .\g Icultural ASSoCIatIOn for that sectIon. Directors shall be held pursuant to lidjournment.'r. called 
Sec, ÀXXII. Enacts that M.embers of the Board of Agrl. by writt
n n"til'e to Rnd given by authority of tbe Pre..i- 
Mlltnre. linci of the Sub-C".mmltteeoftbe _
oard o
 Arts aud dent, or in his ah
ence the Senior Viee-Presitltmt, at, least 
3Iat1ufa
tures, the PresIdents. and 'ICe-
I'
sldt'nts of l one wt'ek before the d:l} appointed; and at any '-'leetin:; 
County So.'ieties. and of all 110, tIcultuml 
OCIetIes. (or 
ny fh'e shall be a quorum. 
two members whom a County or Horticultural Society I Sec. XLII. .l>nncts that the said Officers and Directors 
may have appointed Director
 .instead otïts l'resi
ent and shall present at the Annual Meeting R full Rpport ofthl'ir 
Vice- Prp
ident.) shall be t 
e Du'ectors of 
n
h AgrIcultural I pro('
dings during the ypar, also a detailed 6ta temen t of the 
Association; and the .Agl'lcultural ASSocIlltlonmay elect a rec..ïptll and dishur:<ements of the 80ciety, which Rl'port 
Treasurt'r. .. . and Statement. if approved by the me{!ting, sball be 
Sec. XXXIII. Enacts th
t. 
he saId ARSOcmf10ns 
hall entered in the Society's Journal, and 6igoed b
 tbe l'resi- 
each bold an Annual Ex!ubltlOn. open...d to comp..tJtors I dpnt or a Vice-Pre
ident as being a conect entry; and a 
from any part of the P
o\lllce, and the DIre
tor
 

all holtl true copy thereof. ct!rtified, sent to the Board of Agriculture 
an annual meeting dUflng the w
ek of the 
:,hlblb,:n, and on or b"fè,re the first day of April following. 
may at such meeting elect a.Presldentand 'Ice.-Presldent!', I Sec. XLIII. EU8cts ths.t the County 
ociety Fhnll receive 
and appoint IL placø 
or 
lOldIng the next meehng and Ex- the Reports of th.. Township or Branch So"ietips. and !;h>ill 
bibition of the AssociatIOn, and mav m.ak
 ru!es and re
u- I transmit them to the B'18.1"<1 of AJ!;riculture, ".itb sucb re- 
lations for the ml\!la
ement of 6uch Exlublf1on, 8
d!l'þ- marks thereon an may enable the Board to obtain a correct 
point a ).,c:ll Committee at the p1:lce 'Yherps
ch exblbIUr,n knowled
e of the progress of Agricultural Improvement in 
is appointed to be held, and prescnl>e tbelr powers and the County. 
duties, . . I Sec. XI"'\'". Enacts tbat it shall be the duty of the 
Sec, XXXIV. Enacts that thf! Board.of Agriculture, ,with Officers and Directors to give sucb information as the 
whom 
hlill for this purpose be assocmted the P,'esldent I Board of Agriculture m'\y require. touching the interests 
and Vice-President of tht! Board of Arts and 'IanufactureR or condition of Agriculture in tbeir County &c. 
or any two personA from time to time .
amed þy the !laid I . .. ' 
Board in pillce oflouch l'rt!sident and "\ Ice-Pret'ldent, sball Townshtp SocietttS. 
be the Omwil of the. A
sociatlon, "ith full power 
o act Sec. XLV. Enacts that a Township or Branch Agricul- 
on behalf of the ASRoclatIon het w.eel!- the Annual meetmgs ; tural Society may be Qrgs.Rized in each Towmbip in l!ppt:r 
and all grants of money, 6ubsrnptIons, or other funds of C..nada in whi",h there is not one already oqanized at the 
the ASB(wil\tion, .(except money collected by or granted. t? date oftbe pa!!sing of this Act, or in nny two or mOre such 
any local C()mmlttee for the local expenses of a!1 E
hlbl- Township. tog
ther, whenever a sufficient number ofp!'r- 
tion) shall bo received and expended under the directIon of sons. not le!!!1 than twenty-ßv!>. !;ball become I\Iemhers, by 
tho mid Board. Bnd the &>cret:uy of the BOllrd. togt'ther signing a declaration in the form ofthe Schedule A, and 
with the Secret
r
 ?f the Boar
 of Arts and 'J?ll1.lfl1ctures, I "uu!!cribing B sum not less than ten pounds annually to tbe 
shall be,:I: (!f]ìclll JOInt Secretanes ot tbe AssociatIOn. fund
 thereof; and a true copy of the BIlid Declaration 
Sec, XXX\". Enacts tbat all contracts and legal proceed- certified by the President or Vice-Presidpnt of such Society 
in
s c'lncerning the Association, 6haU be made and had shall be fhrthwith tnmsmitted to the C, unty Sodety. 
with the Boal'll of Agriculture, 80 l'onstituted as t'uch 
ec. XLVI. En",ch that the said Societies "hall hold 
Council. in its Corporate capacity, an
 n? other contracts, their Annual Meeting in the second week of .January, 
agreement
. &0, 6hall affect tlt.e As
oclatlOn. I annually, ßnd "ball elect a President, Vice.President, Sec- 
Se<:'. X
XVI. Enac
s that It 

all be lawful for the retl1ry and Tre.isurer, and not fewer than three IJr more 
Mumclpahty of any City, Town, "\ dlage, County Or Town- thRn nine Directors. 
ship in thi'i Province, to grant money or land In ail of I 8ec, XLVII. Enacts that the s.,id Officers anli Directors 
the Agricultural ^:s
oci
ti(1n for tbat part of the Frovince sball presont to tbe Annual Meeting of the Society, a full 
to which the MUnICipahty belungs, or of any A
rlcultural Report of theIr proceedin:rs durin
 the year, and shall 
or. Horticultural Socle
y whatever duly or
llIzed 
nder transmit 1\ true copy thel'eof. certified by the "resident or 
t
l
 , Act, o
 ?f any moorpo

ed. Mechanics' InstItute, Vice-Pre8idpnt, to the Secretary of the County Society, 
wlthlll the lImIts of such 1\1uDlclpalIty. in time for the Annuall\1eetlng In January. 
Agricultural Societies, TTpper C'anada.-County or Electmal Horticultural Societies. 
Division SoC"Û.tús. Sec. XLVIII. Enacts that any number of peT!!Ons, not 
Sec. XXXVII. Enacts that an Agricultural Society may less than twenty-fi\'e, may orll:lI.nize and form them!'lelves 
be or;!anized in each of the Electoral Divisions of Lpper into a Horticultural Society for any City, Town, Village, 
Canad;i in which there Is not one already organized at the I Township or pnrl-b, or uniou of two or more thereof 
dat.e of the pl-sinll; of this Act, whl'never fifty persons together. either in Upper Or Lower Canada. by sIgning a 
shall become )Iembers thereof by si.;ning a Declamtion in I declaration In the form of Scht!dule A, but with tht! neceì!- 
the form of the Schedule A. I saryalteratlonn as to the name of tbe Society, and 6ubscrib- 
See. X YXXHI. Enacts th'ltthe objel't of the said Societies, ing- not less than ten pounds annually to it;;; fund!'. 
andoftheTownshiporBranchSocletiesincnnncctiontllere-1 Sec. XLIY. Enacts that such declaration shlill be in 
with. shall be toencouragt! improvement.s in Agriculture or dUIJlicate and one part thereof written and si
ned on the 
IIorticulturl', by holding meetin
5 for discussion, or for LPc' 1 fil'st page of 00111 ute book of the Society and tht! other part 
tures on subjects conne<:ted with Husbandry, hy promot- on a sheet of paper or parchment to be sent to the :'dinister 
in
 the cirl'ulalion of the Agricultural Periodicals pub- of Agriculture, who shall cause a notice of the tbrroation 
li..hPll in th9 Province, by procuring Seed!', Pllints and ohuch Society to be inserted in the Canaw
 Gautu. 
Animals of neW ancl valuable kinds, by offering prizes for I Sec. L. Enacts that after the insertion In the c..mada 
E
'ays relliting t.o Ag
iculturp, &.c" and by awar
i ng }>re- Go.zclte, of the notice of the formation of any such SOl'i<;ty, 
nuuUl.; fiJr e'tcdlence In any AgrIcultural or I1ortI
ultural the lIame sball become and be a body corporate and polItIc 
l'rotluetion or Operation, Article of :\tanufactuft! or Work for the object" and purposes h.,relnafter luenti..ned. 
of Art; and it IIhaU not be lawful to expend t1le Fun1s of Sec. LI. Ènacti tbat every 1I0rticultIlr>l1 Society thus 
the Societies, f"r any onject inconllistent with those above I in
.orporated 6h,,11 have power to make By-laws, &:c., and 
menti'.ned: and the Directors of every such County Society otherwise regulate the administration ofits atIltirì!. 
shall hit' e full powerto malte, alter and repeal n.r-Laws and' Sec. LIr. Enacts that every sueb Society shaH hold a 
J{ull'!! fo'r the regulation of6uch Society and the carrying ml'eting In the first wet'k of February, in each year. be- 
out of its ohjects. I f;ld. s meetln
s at Fucb othpr times as may be provided for 
Sec. XXXIX. En
ct.s that the said Societie;;; shall hold by its By-Iaw
; and at such annual meetin
 a President, 
their annual Ueetings in the third week of .January, in a Vicc.Prcsirlent, a Sel'retary and Treasurer. anrl not ft!wer 
ea.'h 'ear, and "hall at !luch :\ll'eting elect a l'resident, than three nor mord tbll.n nin
 Directors. I!h..\1 be elected. 
two Vice-Pre..id('nts, a Secretary and Treasurer, and not I See.I,III. Enacts that the Mid Officersnnd Dirl'ctors 
hall 
more than !'Iewn Directors. prespnt to the aunual mt'eUn
 01 tho Society a full report 
Sec. XL. Enacts that the Pre
idents ofthe 8everal Town- of their proceedings during the year. 
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42 


AGRICULTURE AND MECHANICAL SCIE:
C}i;. 


[1858. 


GeW'ral Prol'Ísinns 
Sec. LI"\". Emcts that the Exhibition of the County 
Socit!tv "h
ll he held wherever the majority of the Direc- 
tori! fhall think fit; lind it shall be lawful fur two or mort! 
County and '1'owllship Societies. byag-reement between the 
Directors, to uuitt! their funds, fur the erecti'/ll of suitable 
buihlin
s. in which to exhibit articles of l'roduce or lIlanu- 
Ílcture, &1'. 
Sec, LV. Enarts that whenever the Pre"ident and Secre. 
t:l.ry of the lloard of Agriculture shall certity to the )lini>;- 
ter of Agriculture th \t liny County Society has sent to the 
said BOlird Reports and Statement'! as requirt!d by this 
Act, for the year thcn last pre'l"ious, and shall .tlso certify 
that the Tr..a'iurer or othtJr Officer of the s:Lid Society has 
tran.
lllitted to the said Board an Affidavit. which may be 
in the form of Schedule B, it shall be lawful for the Go- 
vernor of this Province to issue bis Warrant in favor of 
such County Socit!tv for Il sum equal to three times the 
amount appe:tring by the s:l.id affidavit to bt! in the hands 
of the Treasurer: Provided. that no Grant shall be made 
unless twenty-five pounds be first subscribðd IIDd paid to 
the 'frea
ur
r; and provided al
o, that the whole amount 
grantd t I any sUo.h Electorl\l Division 
ociety "hall not 
exceed two hundred pounds in ßny year-except that each 
of the Countiel! of Lennox and AddinJ!;ton. Huron and 
Bruce. separately. shl\ll be entitled to receive a sum not to 
ex.ceeJ two huudred pounds. and that the Counties of 
Prince Edwl\rd, Weiland. Ualdim'\nd, Grey. Halton, Kent, 
C.Lrleton. E
sex, L,LIl1 hton, Lincoln, Norfolk, Peel and 
Perth, shall eal'b be elltit.led to receive a 8um not exce
d- 
in,:!: tw.) hundred and fifty pounds in any year. 
:O:ec. L VI. Enacts that the Elector"l Iii visions designated 
in the Rt'prese tatinn Act. (16 Vic.. cap. 153) a.; numhers 
twent.y-one. (comprising City of Toronto): twenty-two, 
(City of KÌlI
ston); twenty-three. (City of fI.LDli1ton); 
twenty-four ('I.'own ofBrockville 
nd Township of Elizabeth- 
town); twenty-five, (Town and 'rown
hip of r-.iag,r...); 
twent.y-six, ('I.'own and town
hip of Cnrnwall); twenty- 
seven. (City of L()ndon); and twenty.eil/;ht, (City of Ot- 
tawa); shall eac!1 lie entitled t.o receive a sum not exceed- 
in
 one hundred pounds tor the encouragement of Horti- 
culture, A!!ricultua'e. l\1nnufactures and works of Art 
witbin their r..spective limits: Provided always. that a 
full equivalent fJr the sum to be so IMid oy the Govern- 
ment. be sub
cribed and paid to the Treasurer of a 
ociety 
to be formed within such Electoral Division. in the same 
manner as County Agricultural Societies under secti..n 
thirty-six of this Act, to be called "The Society for the 
Upper Canada Electoral Division, No, 21," or as the case 
may be. 
Sec. L VIT. Enacts that every Township or Branch So- 
ciety, organized according to the Art, (16 Vie.. cap. 11). 
repealed or t.o this Act, and !'ending ß r..port ofitslJrOCeed- 
ings to the Cnunty Society, "hall be entitled to a share of 
the 
rant to tbe County Society, In proportion to the 
amount whirh /Shall have been subscribed by the 
Iemb...rs 
ofsurh Township or Branch Snciety, and deposited with 
the Treamrer of the County Society, on or before the first 
day of :\Iay, in each year, as compared wirb the amounts 
so deposited by the other Township and Branch Societies 
of the County; and Ihe sum so depositf-d by the other 
Township and hranch Societies of the County; and the 
!'um so deposited by any township or Branch Society shall 
be repaid. along with its "hare of the PubUc Grant. sosoon 
as the said gr,mt shall bave bel'n received by the County 
Society: Provided alwl\Ys, that three-fifths and no more of 
tbe slim so TØCt-ived by an.v County SOC"Iety shall besnhject 
to division among Township Or Branch Societies; And pro- 
vided that the declaration mentioned in section fiJrty-five 
shall be deemed a sufficient report for the first year in 
which Ilny Township or Branch Society may ha'l"e been 
organized and that no Township or Brlinch Society shall 
thus receive more than three times t1le amount so depo- 
sited by It as aforesaid; and provided, that nothing in tbis 
Art shall be construed as admittinJ:!; any !\lember of a Town- 
ship Society, wit.hout further subsrription to the County 
Society. t'l any of the privileges of such County So('iety. 
Sec. LVUI. Enacts that the Hoard of Agriculture shnll 
rocelve and pay over to the County SocietiAs, the Puhlic 
Grants tt> whicb they aTe respectively eutitled; and the 
said HO'lrd may retain, for the u<;e of the Agricultural As- 
sociation. one tenth part of all sucb grants. 
Sec. LIX. J<:nacts that any Trea6urt'r or other Officer of 
any C,.unty. TownshIp or Branch Society, who shall make 
affidavit that a Bubsrription, or any sum of mnnl'Y, haq 
been paid to him for the 
ocit'ty, when it has not been FO 
paid, or who shall return any such subscription, shall 
L 3381 


t:Jrfeit to Her Majesty the sum of Ten Pounds for every 
such offence, and shall be gui ty ofperjl1ry. 
Sec. LX. l<:nacts that tht! several County Societies or- 
gani7.ed I\.('cordin
 to the pro-visions of this Act. shall be 
and continut! Bodi..s Corpnrate. and any Towu!'hip or 
Branch Socit'ty lawfully organi7.ed as aforeöailt, may at any 
regular Meeting adopt a Herolution Ihl\l. the said :;oriety is 
desirous of being incorporated. and upnn filing the said 
rt'solution with the Secretary of the ßoard of Agriculture, 
surh SOl' ety shall them.oeforth become a Body Corporate. 
Spc. LXI. Enacts that it shall be lawful for auy County 
or Township S(,ci..ty, or the l\Iunicip'\l Council of any 
County or 'l'own8hip of Upper Can>ld'l. to pnrch,l
e land 
for the purpose of a S..hool-Farm to instruct pnpils in 
A
rkulture, provided that not more than one hundred 
acres of land shaH be 1<0 ht'ld by any Soci..ty or Cuuncil. 
Sec. LXII. Ena(.ts that wherever the WOl'd "County" 
shall occur in this Act, it shall be held to mean .. Jo.:lec- 
toral Division." except where such construction is incon- 
sistt'nt with the express enactment in which such word 
is used, and the wúrds "Electoral Division" shall mean a 
Division for purposes of representation iu the LegIslative 
Assem bly 
Set'. LXIII. Enacts that in case there should be any 
property iu anyone or more of the Elect >ral Dh'isinns, 
which property 01 igina!Jy belongl'ã to the County Society 
of the Couuty of which the said Electorlil Dhision formcd 
a part. thl' said property or the value thereof sball be 
equitably divided by Arbhrators. 
8ec. LXIV. Emtcts that the provisions of thi.. Act "ith 
rl'gard to Grants and mector.
l Divisions. condition
 of 
Grant, &c., shall extend to any n.,w Counti..s or new 
EltICt.orai Divisions which may hereafkr, be formed in Up- 
per Canada; Provid
d alwayI'. that no new El
rtoral Divi- 
sion sh>tll be entitled to more than two hundred poundq. 
Sec. LXV. t<:na,.tA that the lIIt'eting for the formation of 
Electoral Divisiun Societies under this Act. sh:dl be called 
by the Warden of the County or Uniun of Counties in the 
third week of .January in earh year, and all subsequent 
AnnualJ Ueeting"1' after the first Mee' in)l "hall be raBed and 
beld as providt!d in the thirty-ninth section of this Act. 


Schedule A. 
"\Ve, whose name!'l Ilre subscribed hereto. agree to form 
ourselves into a Society, under thp IJrovisions ofthl' Act 01 
the ).e:rislature. (title and dale of thi!l Act/} to be cn!Jed the 
"County (Township or Branch, as the case mu.y be;) AWi- 
cultural So('iety of the CouDty of " (or 
Townoship of ); and we hpreby severally 
agree to pay to the Treaqurer yearly, while we continue 
members of the Society, (any member b..ing at liberty to 
retire therefrom upon gh in
 notice in writing to the Secre- 
tary, at. any time betore t.he Annual mpetlng, of his wish 
1'0 to do,) the sums opposit.e our respective names, and we 
further a:!ree to conform to the Rules and By-laws of the 
said Socit!ty. 


--- 
- - ----- 


I s. d. 
1-- 


NAMES. 


f. 


Schedul
 B. 


} 


County of 
to wit: 
Y, A. B., of the Town"hip of , Treasurer 
of the Count.y Agricultural Society of , make oath 
and say, thlit the sum of has been paill into my 
bands, sinre the first day of February last, by the Town. 
ship Agricultural So.-Ïeti..s of th-; said Connty. as and for 
the :\1embers' sub"briplion for thl< YPl\r: and that th...sum 
of has be..n paid into my hands. liS mt>scriptiom 
thr this year. by memlwrsofthe 
aid County Society; and 
tbat the saId 8ums. "'Itkin!!; in the whole till' sum of 
, now remain In my hands, ready to be disl)cS
d 01 
according to law. 
Swot. n' to bc-fore me 1.. 

I
. 18ga
 of j 
C.D. 
.Justice of tht! I'PRce for the 
County of 


A.B. 



1858.] 


PATENTS. 


43 


PATENTS FOR I

VENTIOXS. 


Synopns of an Act to cxund Patmts fOT Inventions Dl"o;nted lr:r. one section of the Prc;rince to both sccticns tlle1'eof, 01J 
arlaln condltwllS. 


C.\.P, XXXHI. 
[ ASRl'nted to 10th June. 1857.} 
The Pre
mble sets forth that by the Act pasSI"d in 18!9. 
(for Svnop
i
. flee AlmauRCI tor lfì;)i. paqe44.) and intituled 
.An .Iet to crYn-,oli.date and amcnd the Laws 'If Patl'7lts for 
IllvcntirmR in tll is Province, it is provided that Patents tbere- 
sft\Jr <'"r:mted 
hould extend to the whole l)rovincP. an.! by 
the A
t pa!'sed in the Session held in lfì51. (for Syn()p
i!'. 
f'Ce als.) Almanac f, r 185;, page 45.) and intituled .An Act 
tv enabre p:u.ti!;S holding Pútents fOT InrentÙms crmjinl'd to 
one section of this Prm:inæ. to obt.én the extensirYn of the 
same to tlte nll1rr section thl'TPnf, and .foT otheT pnrpnses 
thRrein mpntionl
d. provision is made fhr such I'xtension 
of Paten
s issued for eitber Upper or Lower Canada be- 
fore the Union thereof. to both fleet ions of thi
 Pr"vince; 
but though it WIlS equally expedient that provi,ion should 
he made tor thf' like e'ttension of Patents issuf'd after the 
Union hut before the pac;sin
 of the said Act of IB!9, and 
it Hppears to hJlve bepn the intention of the Iegi,.lature to 
make such provi
i()n. )-et from the v;ording of the said Act, 
it is at least doubtful whether such provision is made: 
Therefore. 
Sec. I. Emlcts th'\t every Patent ti)r an Invention issued 
after the (T nion ofU ppcr and Lower Cëinada. hut bef,)fe the 
p"\.Ssin\!; of the !\..'\id Act. of18!
, shall Irom and after the pas- 
sing of thig Act, and by virtu
 thereof, extend and apply to 


and throu
llOut tbe whole Province of CanatIa, amI shall 
be subject to all the provisoes, conditions. re!<ervati. ns and 
restrictions mo:ntioned and cont"ined in the 5aid Act of 
18-19. and the provisions thereof and of the I\ai
 Â/;t of 
1851, appli('able to Patents generally, shall apply to such 
Patents and all matters lncid.JIlt thereto: and any such 
PHtpnt !'hall, as regards that section of the Province for 
which It WItS not originally granted. convpy to the holder 
of such Patf?nt all the privile;;es conferred bV the BRill Act 
of 1849, for and during the remainder of the terlll fìlr v;hich 
such Patent w!!.'! o1"Îgin
lly granted, and !<hall be renewable 
f.lr the whQle PI'o\ince for the period and ullder the con di- 
tiom; p' e
cribed In tbe eleventh section of the 8I\id 4ct of 
1!!-19: Provi"ed always. that every pt'fsonor corporation in 
that section of the Province to which such Pat
nt shall 
extend solely by virtue of this Act. who bas or !<hall have 
purchased, constructed or u!'Ied within "uch !'ectinn of the 
I:'ro\ince prior to the pa
sing of thi'l Act, any machine, 
manufacture or composition of matter included in !<ueh 
Patent. sball be held to pos
css the right to us
 and to 
vend to othprs to be used the specific machine. m'1nufac- 
ture or composition of matter so actually purchased, con- 
struf'ted or used by him before the passing of this Act. 
without liability to the Patentee Or other person interested 
in thf'invention for \\hich such patent was granted, as 
regards such section of the Pro\ince. 


CANADIAN PATENTS, 
1ssurA by the Bureau 'if Agriculture and Statistics, .from 1st July, 1R;)6, to 30th June, 185i. 
.Ralph I':merson-An Eccentric Pre!'s, wMch can be pre- Patrick Dunn & Stephen Soinberger-New and useful im- 
plred to apply asa cidtJr press or ch
ese press, &c. July proveffients in the manufacture of nail-machine feeders, 
2, 1856. October 24. 18;;fi. 
Elihu Spencer-A ne\V and useful improveIDf'nt in the John Parsons-An apparatus for coolling. baker's oven, 
manner of constl'ucting cpmmon stoves. .July 2, 1856. dT) in:! and roasting malt. &c. Oct< ber 29. 1856. 
William }lßllerd-An improved !'IteRill boiler, feedt'r. a Thnmas Stanfil!ld-A cooking.stove witb a grate. October 
safety-!.team.alarm and water-indicator. July 10. 18;)6. 29, 1856. 
Jacob ::'-burtleff-An improved stove-pipe rim. called by him William Joseph Cnp
Au improved lining' for refrigera- 
a fire.proof ventilatin/1,' sto\'e-pip
 rim. Jnly 10.1856. tors. \Vater-coolers and house stove-pipe rims. October 
Noah D:I\'is-A self-reg-ulating saw mill.-.July 15,1856. 29,1856. 
Hervey Killam-An improvement in the construction of Robert Uomaine-An improved macbine for beuding wood 
plough cutter!'. .July 15, 1856. or otller substance". October :W, 1856. 
Hervey Killam-An improvement in the construction of H.-nry Goin
-A Bpeed-wh
el and return or oscillating 
wheeled cultivating gang ploughs. .July 15, 18i>6. power. October 20, 18;;0. 
Tbomas Bere!'lford Eurrow
s-A new hydrau1ic momentum Duncan Forbes-A new composition for roofing. October 
and gravitation water-wheel. July 17, 18i>6. 2
, 1%6. 
Ruth .Adams-A new and improved stove for cooking and Joseph T. 
IcCuaig-A new Ilnd useful and improveù 
other purposes. July 25,1856. m1ichine for pressing, sllloothing and bhal'iug bonnets. 
.AmÜ!'a Wilcox-An improved metbod of constructing October 29, 1856. 
frames fur barns, dwelling bouses, and other edifices. Thomas ßerel<ford Burrowes-Certain improvements in the 
.J uly 25, 18M,. construction of harrows. October 29, 1856. 
Jamec; Da\Ìs lIare-A Dew and improved method of con- Willill.m G. Tomkins-Cerblin improvements in his p9.tent 
structi\l
 wa
hing-machines. August 8, 1835. prOCt'SIl for withdrawing the sap from trees lately fdled. 
William Brander-An improwd portable frame to be at. October 29. 1856. 
tached to a plunge-cburn. A\ll!u
t 27, 1856. William G. Tomkins-Certain improvements in grindIng 
Eliakim E. Tupper-A shin/o(le-machlne. August 27, 1856. wheat and other /1,'rains. Octobt>r 29.1856. 
Da...id Ord-An impro\"ed railroad car-brake. August 27, George 'V. \food-An improvement in the art of taking 
1856. and finishing IJOrtrait'l and pictures in oil and wlI.ter 
Nicholas E. Fitzmorris-A new and useful mode of lubri- colour paluts. October 31. 1856. 
cating; otlwf\vic;e a new and impro\'ed mode of oiling Jobn JA.e Gould-A new and improved churn. November 
thejournalR of railway axles. August 27, 1856. 7,1856. 
James Alfrpd ß\1('knam-A new and useful clothes-tree. George Wylie Carleton-A sound tele/1,'raph. 
ov. i. 1856, 
August 2ï, 18;;7. DuncHD W. Vi
r-Improvements on Brown's patent straw 
George Allen Sarg!'nt-An improved loom, to be caned the cutter. Kowmher 7,1856. . 
Victnria loom. AuguFt 29,1856. Abrah3.ll1 Fitzl!ibhon-An improved form of rail for rall- 
Augustin Buteau-A new mode of catching porpoises. way tr:\Cks or for tramways. 
ovl"Inher 20. 1856. 
AUln1"t 
9. ]8:;6. Joseph I'hillips-A machine for stuffing sau
ages Nov. 
James & .John T>iylor-An Improved fire-proof safe, to be 26. 1856. 
calle-} Taylor's pro,incia.l sa.lamander fire-proof 8af
. Napoleon Aubln-A new retort fur generatin/1,' illuminllting 
Sept,-mber 2. 1856. J!:as from 8I\W dust, rosIn or other materials. December 
.Tames 'fh',mpson-A new water-wheel. Sept. 12, 1856. 10,18;;6. 
.,J.o
eph W a
on-Certain improvements on ploughs. Sept. Thomas Fuller. Junr,-A new method of I<upporting school 
19, 1856. house lIeats and desks. December 4, 1856. 
.John \\ at!'on-For the art of manufacturing sugar and Robert Mitchell & A. F. Cockburn-A new and improved 
spirit out of the juice of bulbous rnots, and convtJrting a method of constructing "afety-val ves for hydrants. Dec. 
re
i<ll1e of thc di<till.ltion into p"Jtash. Sept. 19. IS56. 11.185ß. 
Jilbn "al'son,,-:^n improved Dlachine for shearing Fheep. Isaac 
lilI!'-A new and yaluable tire and water-proof tile 
Octoher 9. 1""r,. . for coverinq tJuildings. Dt'l'ember 17,1856. 
Char]"s 
tev\'I1
-An Improved honse-rake. Oct. 23, 1856. John L>e Gould-A Dew method of cuttin
 oft' the tops 
Arthur .
.,rtcn-A nCIf and ilDrru'ed srain'sow
r. Oct. and di!!
inp; turnips by machiner.r and horse-power. 
21, IS. ". December lï, 1856, 
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[1858. 


Simeon ShPRrman-A certain BCW and u
oful machine for 
the m
nuf<tcture of brickR. December 19, 18;)6. 
.Alvin Bt!R('h & ßenj:tmin F. Beach-A horse-power for 
drilling in the rock ti.Jr wells and other purpol!es. Dec. 
Ii, Ih56. 
J8IIon Kellum-A new improvement in the art of grinding 
or polifihing plough castings. .January 14, 185i. 
John P. Doyle-The effluvia sewer-grate or stench-trap. 
Jànuary It>' 18;)7. 
Beuj>tmin Wait-A cylindricaIl!I\w-augerfor boring wooden 
tubes for lJUmps and water courses, &c, Jan. 19, 185i. 
Thomas Bottomley-A new improved and useful method 
of building fire and water.proof houses and other struc- 
tures. .January 20, 18;}i. 
William II. )Iagee-A new and improved plough. Jan. 
20, 1857. 
John Oart6hon>-Ci'rtain Improvements in the construc- 
tion of !'mut machine!'. January 21, 1
57. 
.Andrew 
Id'arlallll Tarbell-A new hori,wntal iron wind- 
mill. February n. 18:)7. 
Lym>tn .Tudsun-A new and useful method of making the 
teeth CoJr honle-rakes. Fðhruary 12, 18;)7. 
Robert )Iesser-A self-acting coupling for rail way carriages. 
February 12,1857. 
WiHiam Oill-Certain improvements in the construction 
of steam'en
ines. February 12, 18;}7. 
Samuel S. Hickok-A new aud useful mode of coupling 
rait way carriages and other cars. }'cbruary 12, 18;}7. 
Abiel Odell-A new and improved method of constructing 
waRhin
 machines. February 20, IS5i. 
.Jacob Dingham-A new and useful improvement in the 
construction of ploughs. Februllry 20, 1857. 
Richard Lyman-A shoe pack. J<'ebruary 23, 18;}i. 
.John Angell Cull-Certain improvements in the manufac- 
ture of rotary pumps. February 23, 1857. 
William Hasken, the younger-A self-acting cylindrical 
lathe. February 23, 18;)i. 
.Joseph Ellis-A cheap unll.bRorbent, inde!'tructible build- 
in!! matprial, tcrmt'd artifichtl stone. March 16, 18,")7. 
William Hamilton-Certain improved sp1"Ïng- machinery 
for closing !'hop and other doors. March 17, 1857. 
Fred, A. Whitney-A rotary fire-engiue. l\Iarch 19, 1857. 
Thomas Towers-Certain improvements in the construction 
of windl!l
s(,s for wssels. March 30, 185i. 
Johu T.llfferty-A rotary reaping and mowing machine. 
March 30. 1857. 
John Lee Gouid-A new and Improved method of con- 
structing horse-rakes. March 30, 1857. 
Peter Ban Clement-A new appliC'ation of bi.sulphuret of 
c.'\rbon as II. generator of stellm or vapour to be used as a 
motive-power to steam-enjl;ines. March 30, 1857. 
George 
latthewR-A new bank note l)riuting ink. called 
the Canada bank note plintin;l: tint. April 1, 185i. 
Walter Lyle-An improved water.wheel. April i. 1857. 
.Alexand..r Anderson-A new and improved method of 
constructing gridirons. April i, 1857. 
.John Kellum-A new and useful improvement on churns. 
April 7. 1857. 
Alphpus Sherwood-A new and useful article or oven for 
culinary purposes. April 7. 18;)i. 
Daniel T. Curtis-A new method of clampIng frames, &c., 
by the double action eccentric leverclarnp. April 7, 18.")i. 
John Dennis-A suction and lifting-pump combined. 'April 
15,1857. 


John Dennis-Certain Improvements in the common wood 
suction.pump. April 15, 1857. 
Joseph Ar,.her & Henry Reeshy-Certain improvements in 
the art of manufacturing oils, called by them non-con- 
gealin
 oil. April 15, 1857. 
Samuel ::. Hickok-An improved wheel-hub, termed Hick- 
ok's impro\"l'tl wheel-hub. April2:t 1
5i. 
Henry L. Be\'erl.v-A new and Imp!'oved 
hingle-cutting 
machine, Aprit 28, 1857. 
Adllm Cant-A new moveable scaffold. May 4, 185i. 
Witliam Merrick-A wire grain fork. May'6. 185i. 
Joshua Adams-A double cylinder clover-thresher. May 
i,1857. 
IUchard II. IIudson-A self-acting catch or fllshmer for too 
moveable back of chairs. !'eats, or sofas in railway cart! 
or steamboats. May i, 18;)7. 
Thomas Bottomley-A broad-cast sowing machine for ww- 
in
 all sorts of grain and seeds, May 12, 1857. 
Joseph W.' Robinson-A cast-s'kel grass or cradle.scythe. 

lay 12, 185i. 
Othniel Stone-A condensed atmospheric air-bath. with 
purifier and medicator attached, to be clllled Stone's 
atmo!'pheric air-bath. :\Tay 12, 1857, 
Uri Ha.;kin!', Junr,-A new and improved rotary steam- 
en
ine. May 12, 1857. 
IIomtio A. Osgood-An improvement in the mode of fast- 
ening and securing the !'eatsofrailway cllrs. May 12.1857. 
John l'tolemy-A corn-thresher or corn.sheller. JUay 18, 
185i. 
Hiram l\farlatt-A new revoh'ing power, to be applied to 
swing-b\"Ïd
es. hun-tables, revolving-cars, tread-wheels, 
&c. May 18, IS;}i. 
Alexander Braid-An improvpment in the smGke stalk!! 
and spark-anester to be used in locomotive engines. 
May 18, 1857, . 
William P. Bresee-An improved machino for rakIng and 
loading hay by horse power. May :!O. lR5i. 
Henry Bernier-A new and impro\ed double stove. 1\[ay 
26.18,")7. 
William Werder Gaige-A new process for tanning hides. 
May 29, 1857. 
John Bangs Way-A new churn called the drum-churn. 
May 30. IS5i. 
Jacob Koble-A new revolving- roller-box for railway cal'S, 
steamboats, &c. .June 2, lR
7. 
Ignace G. Ga
non-Anapparatus forpreventir:g the explo- 
sion or bursting of boilers of steam vessels from want of 
water. .June 2. 1857. 
James Patton Clark-A n agricultural implement called the 
rotary puh'erizer. June 20, IS;}7. 
.James Hartas Headley-A new and impruved rotary prest! 
for prp!'.<:Ïng marbleized granite. .June 20. 1857. 
Gideon lIutington-A new and useful improvement in the 
construction of ploughs, termed the gain-twist. JUll8 
20.1857. 
William Ivory-A circular lever washing machine. June 
20,1857. 
Elihu Spencer-A new and useful water.wheel. June 20, 
1857. 
Benjamin .J. Allison-A ncw and improvEd washing ma- 
chine. June 20, 185i. 
James Bayes-An improved mould,board and land-side for 
plonghs, June 30, 1857. 


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By Canadiall Line of Súa'lMTS. 
1't:R 1'UI. PU1. 1 PER 
PL
CE 
 
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OR COmnBY. ot. oz. OR COmlTRY, oz. oz. 
CUT rency, cur(enC!I' 
s. d. s. d. .
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.Aden ............. ...... 1 3 ""Iontø Yideo... ......'1 10
 
.Africa. \V.COast'...... 1 10X Naples ............ 1 52 11 
Algeria...........,IO 10 1 8 "'
atal ............ ......il 3 
*AustraEo.t......,...... 1 3 "New Grenada.. .......1 lOX 
*Do.t'.
[arbt:i1les 1 7 1 10% "'New Zealand... ...,...1 10
 
Austria ........... 1 1 ...... 1 5 Sorway........... ......'2 3 
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*CapeC'titCastie ...... 1 3 Papal States..... 1 52 11 

Cj.pe G'd Hope ...... 1 3 Parma&Plac'tia 1 3,2 6 
Co!ylon ...........,1...... I 3 Penang,........... ......11 3 
*Lo.v.Mar
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n 
btes. ...... 1 1 5 ,
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.India '" ....'.... ,..... 1 3 Tuscany.......... 1 3 2 6 
*Do.v.
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Iaur
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phlet, &c., not over.................. 2 ozs..., 231d. = Os. 2d 
Do. exceeding 2 ozs.:not exceeding 4 ozs. ... lid, = Os. 4d 
Do. " 4 ozs. .. 80zs. ... 10d. = Os. 8d 
Do. " 8 01:5. " 1 lb. Is. 8d. = Is. 4d 
Do. " lIb, " 17:; Ibl'. 2s. l:d. = 28. Od 
Do. " l%lbs. " 2 Ibs. 35. 4d. = 2s. Sd h . 
And so 011 incrt'.a<!inJ!: IOd. c'y, equal to 8d. st"g) for enc 
additional balf pound in weig-ht. Prepayment optional. 
On Transient PapeJs lInd J!eriodicals, prepsyment by 
6tamp, of 8 halfpenny each, Is required. 
'l'he Book POlltalltegulatlons betw('t>n Canada and Grell 
Britain apply also to matter between Clinada and J<',ance. 
XEWSPAPJmS. 
All Kewspaperl printed and published within tbi!! Pro 
vince and addressed fTIJ'In the 01lice of PublicatiO'lf, are 
tran<;mitted from the Post Office wherp mailed by the 
publisbpr, to any other Post Ùfficil in Canüda, or to tbe 
UnIted Kingdom. Or to any Briti
h Province, Colony or 
Possession, or to France or tho United States, free of Qma 
dian Postage. 
Ne.l!þapers received from the United States are charged 
one balfpenny each on delivery In Canada. with the ex 
ceptIon only of Exchange Papers, addressed to the Editors 
or Publishers of Canadian Pllpers, whicb p/iSS f,'ee. 
England to Cønl\da (Cunard Line), Id. ondeliverv; 1d. also 
to be prepaid in England. . 


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46 


POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 


[1838. 


Enqhnd to C.mada (Canal1ian Line), 1d., to be IJrepaid in 
:En
IHnd, 
To }'oreign Countries, at rates of charge prescribed by 
Imperi:li Post Office. 
Transient NewFpapers posted in Canada (inrluding all 
Newspapers not sent from the Office of Pu bliClltiou to re- 
gular ;;ubscIibers,) whenadùressed toanyplace in Canada, 
or Brilish North America, the United Kin:z:dom, the United 
States or elsewhere, must in 11.11 cases be Prepaid by Post- 
u!Je Stamp, other\\-ise they cannot be forwardi'd. 
Trami..nt Newspapers for any ph1ce in Canada. British 
North America, the United Kin;;dom, }'rtlIlCtJ, or United 
States, 
d. each, 


For India, Australia, or other B..itish Posscs-l Combinin
 
Fions beyond Sea, 2d. via Canadian LiJle; J Imp..rial & 
3d. via Cun.trd Line. ProvincilÙ 
For 1'\ewfoundland and British W. Indies...
d. rates. 
Transient Periodicals for any place in Canada. nritish North 
America, or the U. Stat.es, if not Over 30zs. in weight, 
Y:;d. each; if over 3 ozs. in weight, 2d. each-to be pre- 
paid by postage stamp. 
Printed Circulars, Pl"ices Current. or Handbill!!, and 
other pl"inted ml1tter of a like des
ription, and llooks, 
bound or unbound, are charged a ratt! of 
d. pcr onnce or 
fraction of an ounce, whetht!r sent singly or in packets to 
one al1dress. 


LIST OF POST OFFICES 


JVlâch havl' brcn established in Canada, from 1st October, 1856, to 1st October, 18;)7, inclu..
ire, aJpl la belical1.1J arranged, 
showing the Township, Parish, or Sei!Jniory, and the Cuunty in which each is situated, witl& the names of tlte Postmasterll, 
NA}IE OF OFFICE. T



'II


y
R COCXTY. POSTMASTER. NAIIIE OF OFFICE. T
';;




y
R COL'"XTI. POST'I:\STEB.. 
Abin"'don ...... Caistor ...... Lincoln ...... And'w 'Wilson. :\1imico ......... }:tobicoke ... York ....,.... Herod Nc.b]e 
Alder
hott...... }'lamboro' .E. Wentworth. AI\3x. Brown. Mount Healy,.. Oneida ...... Haldimand.. .J. DOIJ!!ldso
 
Alberton(re-o.) Ancaster ... Wentworth. Jas. G,llloway. 1I1'nt St. Louis. 
Iedonte...... Simcoe ...,.. .T.ll. Hussey. 
Almira ......... Markham ... York ......... D. Bowman. lIIuncey ......... Cllrradoc...... l\Jiddlesex ... .Jas. l\Iusgrove. 
Appleby......... Nelson ...... IIalton ...... T. A, Atkinson. :\Jusselburg... :\lornington. Pt!rth ......... Geo. 8hearer. 
Appleton ...... Hamsay ...... LHnark ...... Albert'I'eskey. Nail'll ............ Williams ... .Middlesex ... .John lJimond. 
AIJtO ............ Yespra ...,.. Simcoe ...... Malc. Stewart. Newl'tl'ad ...... Norml1nby... Grey......... D. Winkler. 
Ar
)'le ......... mdon......... Yictoria ...... J. Sutherla
d. Newbliss ...... KiUcy......... Leeds .,....... John t;dgar. 
Arkwright...... A,'ran ......... Bmce ......... J. Faulkner. Newry............ )Iaavers...... Durhltm ...... J. A. Johnson. 
Ayton ............ Normanby... Grey... ...... .Joseph Dixon. 1'\ottawa .'....... :Sott.awasaga Simcoe ...... A. l\Iilvllle. 
Baldwin ,........ Camden ....,. Addington.., George Paul. Ormond ......... Winchester.. Dundas ...... Ira l\1orgnn. 
llartonville ... llarton ...... Wentworth. Jno.l\JcDonald. Paumure ...... Fitzroy...... Carlet.on...... James hin"'. 
llewdley......... lIarullton ... Northumb... John Sidey. Parma............ J.'rederirsb'rg Lennox ...... .John C. Gr
en. 
lliessingt.on ... 'I'vendinags. Hastings...... .John Hayes. Port Head ...... Kincardine.. Bmce ......... James llHird. 
llomanton ...... Haldimand.. Northumb. .. Wm. Campbell. Reekit!........... l\:incardine .. llruc
 ......... JOii'eph Shirr, 
Uritonville....,. Morin ......... Argenteuil... Geo. Hamilton. Hingwood ...... Whitchurch. York ......... G. H. 8i1vester. 
t:alabo
ie ...... na
ot ......... Renfrew...... T, II. Dillon. Ripley............ Huron ...,.. I!ruce ......... :\1. McLennan. 
Carlingfurd .., .Full:l.rton ... P..rth ......... A. D.,vidson, Rockport ...... Escott......... Leeds ..,...... Wm. Cornwall, 
Cashmere .......l\1o
a ......... l\Iiddles<'x ... Jas. Gardiner. Roxboro' West. Roxboro' ... Stormont ... C. 
lcnea. 
Casselman ...... Cambridge... Russell ...... J. Cass.lman. Ruisseaude8Ch Upton......... Drummond. .Julipn llenoit. 
Claude ......... Chinguac'sy. Pee!............ lJu!!hCraig. St.Albaus ...... St. Albans... Port Neuf... .Fran'sUariepy. 
Clyde ............ lleverly ...... Wentworth. 'V. :\lcPherson. St. Fidele ...... J',It. Murray.. ChRrlevoix:... l'aull\billoux. 
Comber (re-op.) TilhuryWest Essex ......... U.Reichenback 81.. }.lore......... St.l\Iaurice... A. Rirkllby. 
Constance ...... Hullett ...... Huron ....,... .John Lawson. St. !Yes ......... 'V. Nissouri.. J\1iddle
ex ... '1'hos. Huward. 
Cl'aiglcith '..... Cullingwood. Grey......... A. G. }'It,ming. St. Robert ...... Ukhclieu ... ;\1, Dumnntier. 
Cromarty ...... lIiùbert ...... Perth ...,..... .John McLaren. Sheridan ...... Toronto ...... Pc..!............ N. Henriod. 
Donegal,........ Elma ......... Perth ......... .J. R. Foster. Sweaburg ...... W. Oxford... Oxforù ...... W. Ludworth. 
Doran...... ...... llathurst .... Lanark ...... '\"m. Doran. South Dummer Dummer ..... Peterboro' ... Thomas Speers. 
Duart ............ Orford......... Kent ......... JII.8. Tait, 8en. Tamarack ...... Becancour... l\Iogantic ... P. II. Prince. 
Dundalk ...... Melancthon. Grey......... Elias D. Grey. Taunton......... Osborne ...... Huron ...... Wm. Fùmond. 
}:lbe ............ yonge.......,. Lecds ......... .John Robeson. Tavistock ...... S. &slhope.. Perth ......... .J..J. Yoplker, 
Feversham...... Osprey ...... Or
y ........,.J. Sproule. Telfer ............ London ...... J\Jiddlpsex ... .Adam'1'clfer.jr. 
Fit7' A Ian......... Amndel...... Argenteuil... ''fm. Thomson. Tread\\ell...... PI>lntagenet. Prescott...... '
m. J pndmro. 
I,'l.\tlands ...... Rt!stigouche. Bonaventure Henry Lodgf>. Warkworth... Percy......... Northumb. ., Dan'!J{pnnedy. 
}'orcastie ...... 'l'hor<1h ...... Ontario ...... D,mlCameron. Weimar ......... Welle81ey ... Waterloo ... }'. '''alter. 
Fournipr......,.. Plantagenet. Pres.'ott...... C. }'ournier. Wicklow (re-o.) Haldimand.. Northumù'd. John \"'ïlson. 
Glanworth...... Westminster :\liddlesex ... R J. Webb. Zurich....,.... .. Hay...,........ Huron ...... Fred. I{nell 
Glencoe ......,.. }:kfrid......... Middlesex ... Donald 
Icnae. 
Gorrie...... ...... Howick ...... Huron ...... JlI.mes lIanna. 
Gourock ......... Guelph ...... Wellingtun....Jas. Mewhort. 
Harrow......... Colchester '.. Es"c"I( ......... J, !\Junger. 
I{nladar ......... Kaladar ...... Addin
ton... R F. Dunham. 
Keith ............ Dawn ......... Lambton ... Woo. }'indley. 
Kendall......... Clarke......... Durham ...... W. Trull. 
I{enmore ...... O"goode ...... Russell ...... A. Dewar. 
Kilbl"ide......... r\eJson ...... Halton ...... Wm. Panton. 
Kinkora......... Ellice ......... l)erth ......... Wm.lIearfnip. 
J,akebnd ...... Innislìl ..,... Simcoe ...... .James Vance. 
J,anO'side ...... Kinloss ...... Bruce ......... 'I'homas Ross. 
L'lP
eBentation La Presen'n.. StHyacinthe N. Bergeron. LIST OF CIIANGES I
 TIlE 1'\A:\IES OF P. OFFICI.:S. 
Laterl"iere ...... N.D. G. Brule Cbicoutimi .. Geo. McKenzie. 
Leaskdale ...... Scott ... ...... Ontario ....'. G. Leask. 
I1Epiphanie ... St. SuI pice ... L'Assompt'n E. LeBlanc. 
LeJ.'oulon(re-o.) Hawl,esbury Prescott...... "m. .Jameisoh. 
Limehouse...... Esquesing.... Halton ...... John Newton. 
Lockton ... ....'. A 1>ion ...... J'eel............ At'ch. Locke. 
Lucan......,..... J:iddulph ... HurOIL........ C. R Ashlmry. 
Luton '.. ......... 
Ialahide ... Elgin ......... L. R, Tyrrell, 
Malton ......... Toronto ...... Peel............ J.I1Sanderson. 
Malvern ......... Scarboro'..... York ......... David Brown. 
Mattawa......... Ottawa River ................... G. Hunter. 

Ieadowvalo .,. Toronto ...... I.eel............ LutherCheyne. 
J\Jelbournelt'ge )Ielbourne... J
ichmond ... '1'. Chamberlin. 
l\Ienie ............ Seymour .... 1'\orthumb... W. A.l\IaJhew. 
Mill\! Is1es...... MUle Isles... Argentcuil .. Juhn Pollock. 
[342] 


Q}'nCES CLOSED. 


K.nIE OF OFFICE. T







R COUNTY. 
Brock's Creek ...... Aldboro' ............ EI..in 
Coury......... ......... Dowuie ............... Pe';th. 
IIolmes\"iIlt! ......... Goderich ............ Huron. 
Kilworth ............ Dell1ware ............ Middlesex. 
Scott .................. Scott .................. Ontario. 
Seymour (East) ... Se) mour ....,... .. Northumberland. 


NA:lIE OF OFFICE, TOWNSHIP OR COUNT 'f. NEW NAME 
SEIGXIOR'f. SCLECTED. 
Albert Town... Ancaster ..... Went.\oorth . Alberton. 
Brant ... ........ Brant ......... J:ruce ......... Walkerton. 
Bosanquet '..,.. Hosanquet... Lambton ... Arkona. 
Heck's Corners South Oower Grenville ... JIt'ckst.on. 
Matilda ......... Matilda ...... Dundas .......IroqulJis, 
Xorth Arthur.. Arthur ...... Wellington.. Kenilworth. 
Xottawasags... 1'\ottawasaga Simcoe ...... ßowmore. 
Percy...... ..... Percy... ...... Northumb... 
orhilln. 
Smith'sCorners Murray...... NorthumL... Wooler. 
Spilws' Corners Portlliud ..... }'rontenac ... Harro\\sroith 
St. George ...... Huntingdon. lI,lftings ... Ivanhoe. 
Westmlnstor... W estminst
r Middlesex ... Lambt!th. 



1858.] 


BAXKS. 


47 


DANKS IN CANADA 'VITH THEIR AGENCIES, &c. 


PL\CE3. '- UIES OF n.

KS. OFFICERS. 
Earrle.....,......L"ppe.. Canada E. Lally. Agent. 
" ......... ..,Torunto ...... An
u8 l{u"st'll, Agent. 
BellevIlle........ Upper Canada.K Hulden. Agent_ 
" ,........Comme cial... Andrt:w Thomsun, 1\Ianagu. 
......... :\lontreal ...... Q. :\Ic,," ider. !lIanager. 
Berlin......,..... Upper Canada George David
on. Agent. 
J:;uwlnunvil!,c ...UYl"ARIO ........ D. 1'i
her, Cashier. 
,. ...l'lJper Canllda Geor;:e Mearns. Agent. 
...:'>Ioutrettl ...... Geor
e D}ett. :\IaLoager. 
Bradford ......City Bank .,. A. Mc:llaster, Agent. 
BJ"Unljurd ......B. 
. America J. C. Geddes. 
hma
tJIf. 
,. ...... Upper C..nada T. S. 
hllrtt, Agent, 
... .. :\Iontreal ...... A. Grit-r, :lIlma
er. 
Brockville ......Uppt'r Canada R. F. Church, Agent. 
.. ......Commercial '" .Jamt's Bancroft.. IIlan:lger. 
.........:O'lontl.eal ...... F, :II. Holmes, !\Iana
er. 
("wt'lQn
 '..... Upper Canada Geol",;e T'homa.
, Cltl-hier. 
,. ......CommercÏlll... 'rhomas J\JeCrae, Agent. 
......Oore ............ A. ChartelÌ!', Agent. 
Chil'pawa ......Upper Canllda .Iamt's Macklem. Agent. 
Cobour{J .........:\lontreal ... .. C. n. 
Iorl!an, Manager 
" .........Toronto......... J. S, Wallace, Aj!ent. 
Car,lwall ......t"pper Call1!.da.J. F. Pringlt', Agent. 
.. ...... 
lontreal ....., W. :\Iattice, Agent. 
Dundas .........B. 1'<. America William La
h. Ac:ent. 
Elgin ............Zm\IER)IA"'.S...J, W. Dunklee, C.!Hhier. 
Gult...............Gore ............ John Da
id.-on, Agt'nt. 
" ...............Commereia1... \filJillm Cooke, :lIlinager. 
Goderich ......Upper Canada .John McDonllld, Agent. 
" ...'.. \lontreal ...... Henry lIIcCutchon. A
ent. 
Guelph ... ......Gore ............ T. 8andilands. Aj:;ent. 
" ... ......rtlontreal ...... R. 
I. :\toore, A!;ent, 
ll..l1nilton. ......GORE ............ W. G. Crawford, C"shier. 
" ...... Upper Canllda Alfred Stow, Cashi..,r. 
o. ,.....ll. 1\. America Geor
e II, Tayltlr. 
lana
er. 
" ......:\Iontreal ...... Andrew :\Iilroy, Manager. 
......Commercial... W. H. Park, )]"nager. 
In:J'TsoU .........Commercinl... W. 
I. 8'1
e. A
ent. 
" ........,
i;tgara llist't C. E. Chadwick, Agent. 
KingsUin .,....O.>'\1MERCI\L... C. S. Ross, Cashi..r. 
" ......{Tpper Canada ,V. G. Hiuds. Cw;bier. 
" ......ll. N. America 8amui:l Ta)lor, }laDlI!!er. 
...... \lontreal ...... A. Drummond. Mara;rer. 
Lindsa!l ......... t'pper Canada J. McKibbon, Agent. 
Londun ........ Upper Canada .James Hamilton. Cashier. 
,. .........ll. 1\. America 'fhos, Christian, Mllnager, 
,........Commercial... .J. G. H:uper, 
lana!;er. 
.........:\Iontr\:'al ...... William Dunn, l\Iana
er. 
'" ......Gore ... .,....... Charles 
Ionsarratt, Agent. 
Mont.real ......... \lú
'fREAL...... 1.>. Davidson, Cashier. 
o. ... ......CiTy JhNK... .,. }o'. :\I
Cullo('h, Cashier. 
.........l'u PEUPLE ..... B. II. Lemlline. Cashier. 
......... \iIJLSO:S'i! ...... W,8at'he, Cashier. 
.........Upper Canada Eo T. Taylor. 
lanageT. 
,........ll N. America R. Cassels. l\Iaullp;er. 
.........Commercial... '1:homns Kirby, }hmager. 
...... ...Quehec .....,... Bar;k du l'euple, Ageuts. 
.........\'rovinciaL..... J. D. Kutter 8, Co., Agents. 
J.,-ewcastIe ...... Toronto.....,... 
amucl \\ Hmo!, Agt'ut. 
lWI1{Jam.........Upper Canada T. :\lcCormick, Agent. 
Ni.clJld .........Quebec ........, L. :\1. Cre!'st', A!!ent. 
Oa7..vtl'e .........ToTouto......... J. T. M. Eurn
iùe, Al!ent. 
O
ltawa .........Ontario......... John B. Warren, Manager. 
Ottawa .....,...L"ppt'r Canada R. S. Ca!'
l!l. A
eT1t. 
.. .........R N. America A. C. lielly, Ap;ent. 
.........:\Iolltreal ...... P. P. Hltrris, l\1anager, 
....... !luebec ........, II. V. 
nel. Agent. 
Faris .........Uore ............ James l\immu, Agent. 
Perth ...... .....Commercial... A. JÆ!'lie, Agent. 
" ,........\..}lontreal ...... .J. McIntyre. A
ent. 
Pderboro!lgh...Comlllercial ... Wm. Cluxton, Agent. 
" ... Toronto .,.... JarueB lIall. Agent. 
...:\Iontreal ...... R. l'ìi
hoIlB, A):(to'nt. 
Picton...,........lIlontreal ...... James Gray, Agent. 
'not ßJPs ...... Upper Cana<b John Smart, Agt'nt. 
" ,.....'foronto ....,. J. E. Walsh, A
ent. 
..,...CI.mmerciaI... W. :F. Harper, Mana
er. 
....., \Iontrell.l ...... R. Rich:lrdson A
t!nt. 
......Moh;on's ....... Davjd 
mart, Agent. 
Port Sf!.lnley ...('ommercial ... .K R WalTen, A,lrent. 
Prescott ...... ...Commercial... John Patton. A:z.pnt. 
Q1v1Jec .........QUEß..C ......... C. Uethin
s. Cashk!r. 
" ..'...... Upper Canada J. }', IIrado;haw. Manager. 
.........D. N. America}'. W. Wood, Manøger. 
.........l\Iontreal ...... J. Stevenl'on, Manag<>r. 


PL-\CES. N-\'l:!.EB OF ß\'-KS OFFICERS. 
Qlle!æc .........CollimeTcÍlll... .Joseph WeJlhnm, AJ!;ent. 
.. .........City Bank ... D:lDld 
JcUee, Agent. 
......... Du l'euple ..'. Quebec Bank, Ageuts. 
Sanlia .....,...Upp"r Canada Alcxllnd"r \"ictal. Agel.lt. 
.........Commercial... G. W. 'l'hollJlIl', Agent. 
&wlt Sle AlurU B. N. Amelica J .llu.llenden, Agent. 
Slte).úrooke......City llank '" W. lUtcbie. Agt'llt. 
Stl/tcoe............Gorß ............ D. Campu"ll. Agent. 
" .,..........:\lontreal ...... f:amuel Head, Agent. 
SJ'Uthampt(m . Upper Canada Alexander 
lc
ltbb. Agent. 
Stanste.ad '" ...I'ROVI:\CIAL .... J. W. Peterson, Ca,.,l1Ïer, 
St. Catherina .NIAGARA DIST. .Jllhn Smart, Cashier. 
" .Uppt'f Canada T. L. HelIiwt'll, Cashier. 
St.loft.lry's ......Commercial ... Thomas D. TillJm
, Agent. 
St. Thoma3 ...Co. .ELGI:\' IrK. :Ed. )<;rm:ttinger, 3Janager. 
,. ...... :\Iontreal '..... E. :\1. YarwlJod. .\lltn:tger. 
Stratfn)'d ......Upper Canada.1. C. W. Dilly, Agent. 
.r ......CowmerlÎl\l... U. C. Lee, Agent. 
TlIree RÚ'CI's..Xpper C:mada - De:\Joulin, '''gent. 
" ...n. X. Amelica 'V, Scougall, Agl'nt. 
'" .\1 on treal ...... lit. Ste
e"'mn, Agent. 
" ...Quebec ......... .John '1cDougull. Agent. 
Tarrmto .,....... UPPER CA:\""ADA T. G. Ridout. Cashier. 
.. .........TOROXTO ...... Angus Camer,'n. Ca
l.Jier. 
" .........B. 
. America W.O. Casspls. ;\lanager, 
" .........Commercial... C. J. Camphell, Manager. 
..........\Iontreal ...... II. C. Bar"ick. lIlaual'"er 
.........City Bank,..... Thomas Woodside.lIfaD
er. 
.........Quehec ......... 'V. W, Hllnsom. :llanll'
er. 
.........Du Peuple ... .KF.Whittemore&Co.;Ag.tll. 
.........!llolson's ...... .John Gla!'s. Agent, 
Trcnltm .........
Iontrt'.I!.1 ...... .J. Cumming, A;!ent. 
1Vlutb.1J ...,.. ...
Iontreal ...... Thomas Vo", Agent. 
Wixxhtocl.: ......Gore .,.......... .Tames Ing-ersol, Agent. 
" .........:\tontreal ...... W. P. Street. Agent. 
1Vimlsor ...... Upper Callada ThomllS E. T'r..w, _-\gent. 
FOREIGN AGEXTS. 
L011d(m (Eng.) B. N. America Head Office. 
" "Upper Canada Glyn, .\lills & Co. 
TOJ"Onto......... City Bank of London. 
Ccmruercilll,.. London .Joint Stock Hank 
lIIontreal ...... The Union Hank of J,()ndon 
Quebec ......... G1vn. Mill!! & Co. 
City Blink...... (i)
'n, lIIills & Co. 
Gore ............ Gl}n. "llHs & Co. 
!\iltgarß Di
t. . Bosanquet, .Franko: & Co. 
Ðu l'euplo ... Ulyn, Mills & Co. 
Ontario Bank. Ulvn. }Jills & Co. 
L>t-erpool(E1I{J):lrontreal ...... nånk of Liverpool. 
Edmburgh(Sc) Upper Canada British Linen Company. 
" .. 
lontreal ...... BI'iti!'h Linen Companv. 
o. Commercial... Commercial Bank of 8cotrd. 
0, Gore ............ Union Bank. 
Gla.sgO'i.u(Scot.) lItonb-eaJ ...... British Linen Company. 
,. ". Commercial... "'estern Hank of Scotland. 
and Cl} d
dale llanldng Co. 
Du
!'n (Il:
.) Commerl'ial... Doyle, Low, l'im & Co. 
City Bank '" National Bank of It-eland. 
i\"cw York ......Upper Canada .T.G Ii-in/( and Sons. 
" ...... Toronto ...... Eank of C{lmmerce. 
_....B. N. .America Uichard Hell. 1<. II. Grain, 
and C. }'. Smi1 h, Agents, 
......('ommprC'Ial... 
Ierchant's llltnk. 
...... Montreal...,.. Bank of Commerce. 
......Quebec .,....... !lIaitiand. I'help!!. & Co, 
... ...(
ity Bank ... TIanJt of the Republic. 
" ......Gore ............. \Yard & Co.. and :\lercb.ll'k 
" ......Dn Pt'uple ... Bank of the Republlr. 
" ......Ontario Hauk, Blink of the HepuLlie. 
Boston ............
Iontreal ...... The Merchant!;' Hank. 
o. ............Upp+>r Canada llIake, Hoare. & Co. 
............Corumercial... :\lerchant's Bank. 
Albany......... L"pper Canada New York State Hank, 
" ............Commercial... Xew York State Hlmk. 
" ............Oore ............ New York St./lÌl" Blink. 
OF:tvfJJO .........Upper Cllnllda Luther \\ right's Bank. 
" .........Commercial... Luther Wri;rhfs llank. 
.ß' ..
..:."íoronto ........ Luther WriÛlt's Bank. 
Rochester ......Upper Canada Itochei'ter Llty Bank. 
f>'t,Jolm(J.Y.B.) B. N. America llank of H. N. Amerira. 
" "Quebec .....'... CommerC'ial Bank. N. B. 
Halifax (N S.) B. N. America Hank of H. N. America. 
....'t. John (N..F.I ll. N. Amerlca Bank of H. S. America. 
PredericUin.<1..".B.) Quebec ." Central Dank. 
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48 


MARRIAGE REGISTRY ACT. 


[1858. 


J\IARRIAGE REGISTRY ACT. 


It will be ohser\"ed by the second clause of the following Act, that Clergymen or MiniBters granting certificates of 
marriage are ol,ligeù to state whether the maniage was solemnized pur!'uant to Li"ence or publication of banns, and 
that in the Schedule annexed no column is dcvoted to the registration of this fact. Clergymen and others will do "ell, 
therefore, to record it ill their Registers, as also (which is not reqnired by the Act \ the condition of the parties married, 
whether bachelors. spinsters, widowers or widows; this may be done !'imply by the addition of the initial letter of any 
of the above desiguations after the name of party married when entered, In the 
Iarriage Regi
ters manufactured by 
onr publishers this additional information was contemplated, but on con
ultation \\ith seyerallegal gentlem..)U it was 
decided not to \"ary the form, as the Act requires the Register to be in accordance \\ith the Echedule. 


Synopsis rif an Act to amcnd the Laws ,'elating to the Solc7Ilnizntion of ],[otrimon:l in rpptT Canada. 


20 VICTURIA, C
P. I,XYI, 
LAsscnted to 10th JWlP, 185ï.] 
The Preamble sets forth that under the laws now in force 
in Upper CILllaùa, privileges are claimed with re,.!;/lrd to (he 
sulemnization of mati imuny. by th.. Clergymen and )linis. 
tel"!' of certain donominations, which are Pllrti.tl in their 
character and offensive to certaiu other I'eligious denlJUli- 
nations and their Clergymen and Ministers. 
Sec. 1. J
nacts that from and after the passing of this Act, 
the :.\Iiuisters and Clergymen of every reIi
iuus denomina- 
tion in Upper Canada, duly ordained or app"inted a
cOl ding 
to the rites ,md ceremouies of the Churches or Denomina- 
tions to which they shall respectivdy beIouil:, and resident 
in Upper Canada. shall have the right to I'Ülemnize the cere- 
mony of Uatrimony, accordin
 to the rites. ceremonies and 
USlt;es of sueh Churches and Denominations respectiv
ly, 
b) virtue of such ordination or appointment. 
Eec. II. En:wts th.\! every Ch."rgyman or l\Iinister who 

hall celebrate 
Iatrimony in Upp
r Canada, from and after 
the time of I he pa3sing of this Act, sh,tll, if required. at the 
tillle of sw'h marria!!;e ùy either of the puties lh
reto, gi ve 
a certificate under his hand of such maniage, specify ng 
the nallleS of the p'irties married. the time. and the names 
of two or more persons who witnes3ed such marriH
e. aud 
whcth
r such marriage was solemni/.ed pursuant to Lict'JJse 
or publication of banus; and tbr every buch ccrtifi"ltte. the 
Clel'gvman or :.\1inister giving the !'ame shall be entiUpd to 
ask, demand or receÏ\'e from the party so rC'luiring the same, 
the "urn of one shilling and three pence. 
Sec. III. En'tcts th.l.t f,'om and after the first day of 
January, one thousand eight hunùrHl and fifty'ei
ht, 
every Clergym'tn or :.\1inister shall, immedintt'ly lifter the 
soll'mni"ttion by him of any marriage, enter in a boc.,k to 
be by him kept tìJr that purpa,Qe. which book sh:tll be and 
continue to be the property of the church Or denomination 
to which he shall belong at the time of 
uch m:trria
e. a 
true record of such marria
e, embracing all the p,nticulars 
set forth in the body of the S('h
dule hereunto annexed; 
and on or bcfureth
 fi,'st day of February, in e'tI'h anrlen..ry 
wa", aftt'r thp year on- thousand eight hundred and fifty- 
('kht, it sh'tll be the duty of every !'Ucll Clergyman. and he 
is hcreby refluired to return a certified list accordin
 to the 
foml, aud specifying the partil'ulars iu the said schetlull'!'ct 
forth, of lill marriages by him solemnbr.ed during the year 
endiug on the thirty-first day of December. th,m n
'\:t pre- 
cedin
. to the Regi,;trar of the County in which such mar- 
rh\
e Bhail have t,}lwn place, and at the time ufmaking sUl'h 
retolm, to payor transmit to such Registrar the !'um of five 
shillin
s for every such list; and on re
eipt by such Regis- 
trar of every such llst, it shall ùe his duty to file the same 
among the papers of his office, and to record the same in a 
book to be kept by him for that purpose; and every such 
regi
tel'. or a certified copy thereof, sh,\ll be cousidered. in 
the case of the death or ahsence of the witnesses to any snl'h 
marria!!;e. as a sufficient evidence thercof: and the said 
Ileg:ish:ár is hereby required to give a certified l..'f1py of any 
snch m:trri:tge record to any pcrson demandin
 the same, on 
the paymcnt of the sum of two shillinlts and six pence; and 
e\'ery such Clergman or Minister shall, bef")re solemnzing 
sUl'h marriage, be entitled to asl;:. demand and receive, from 
pither of the parties to such marriap;e, the sum often !'hil- 
ling
, to enable him to p'!y the Mid sum so to be paid or 
trall
mitted by him to such Registrar, and to remunerate 
bim the said Clergyman or 
Jinister. for the trouble and ex- 
peu
t'! attendant on the preparinp; IInd transmission of such 
certifil'd list to sucll Re
istrar; and every such Clergyman 
or !tlini
ter who shall refuse or lIe
lect to return such cer. 
tified list as afiJre!'aid, shall forfeit and IJay for e\"ery day he 
shall so neglect or refu
e. beyond the time respectively 
ht'rein fixed for making t!uch r
turn. the sum of one pound. 
which bhall be recoverable before any Magistrate of the 


County in which !'uch l,'ler
yman or )linist.er shaH reside, 
with costs. and 
hall b
 applied as fines now inflictell undpr 
the Summitry Convictions Acts of Upper Canada: J'rovided 
however, that nothinJ/: in thi!! Act contained !'hall be con- 
strued or held to prevent the payment to the officiating 
Clergyman or MinIHter of such remuneration as the parties 
may see tit to make. 

ec. IV. Enacts that in the event of the death or removal 
of any )lini
ter or Clero!:)"man before making the annual re- 
turn hercinbefi,re pro\'ided for. it 
hall be the duty of his 
succe!'sor or other person having the legal custudy of the 
book referred to in thp nex
 preceding section of this Act, 
to tran!'mit to the Registrar of the County in which any 
such marria
e shall have takcn place, a certified copy of all 
marriages therein recorded. in the same manner as is pro- 
vided fOl', and subjl'Ct to the same penalties for neu:lect or 
non.performance of such dnty, as is mentioned in tbe ne'!.t 
preceding section, and such Re
i"trar shall record the snme 
as if such retlll"ll ha.1 been made by the :\1inbter or Clt,rgy- 
man who de fact,} celebrated buch mardaj!:e. 
S...C. V, Enl\Cbdhatany pc."r:!Unnot being a Clergyman or 
llinister of a relig;ious denomination existing iu Upper 
Canada. who shall sulemnize or pretend to solelUni/.e matri- 
mony under the provisions of this Act, and any pers'>ll who 
!!hall falst'ly IJersonate any Clergyman or Minister for the 
purpose ofofficil\tinl!; at auy such ceremony, shall be guilty 
of misdemeanOl', and shall be liahle for every snch offence to 
be imprisoned in the Provincial Penitentiary für a pe1"Ïl..d not 
exceeding two years. or to suffer such other punishm,'nt, 
either by fine urimprisonment. or both. a.sany Court of Re- 
cord ha\iug cOUlptJtentjul"Ï!'<liction in Upper Canada. !'hall 
daem meet and j list; and it sha.1l rest upon any person ac- 
cused of such offence tn prove the fact of his being a duly 
ordained or appointed l\Jinit!ter or Clergyman ofthe religious 
denomination to which he shaH profess t;..) belong, and that 
sueh denomination had at the time of the solemnization of 
such marriage a known existence in Upper Canada. 
8ec, V I. Emtcts that any ptJr
on kno\\in
ly procuriug any 
other person not being a }l inistar or Clergynum of some re- 
ligious denomination existing in UpperCnnada, to pertbrm 
the ceremony of matrimony, or who 
hall knowingly aid or 
abet any such pretended Clergyman or l\Jinist
r in p...rform- 
ing such ceremony, shall be I!uilty of misdemeanour, and 
shall be liable to the puni!;hment 11rovided for in the next 
preceding section of this Act. 
See. V II, Enacts that every marringo which shall be duly 
solemnized according to the rites, usages and customs of the 
Hcligious 
ociety of Friends,commonlycalled QU31.crs. sball 
be and is hereby declared valid, and the duty imposed by the 
third section of this Act, upon every Minister anù Clerl!Y- 
IDl\n. with regard to marriages solcmnlzed by them, shall, 
with regard to such IDlirriages. be perf,rmed by the Clerk or 

ecretary of tho Society or Meeting where such mar1Íage 
was solemni7ed, and in ell.fault of the performanl'e of any 
iuch duty by :my such Clerk or Secret.ary, he Bh1i.l1 be liable 
to the pen.tlty prescribed by the said third 8ttction, for de- 
fault. in the case thereIn named. . 
Sec. VIII. Enacts that it sh:tll be the duty of the Clerk 
of the Peace of ('aeh Cnunty or Union of Counties in Upper 
Canada. to procure without d('lay from the Queen's I'rintcr, 
a. sufficient number of copies of thIs Act to enaLle him to 
mail one to the address of eltCh Clergyman or :\linlstar en- 
titled to solemnize :\Iatrimony und...r the provi"ions of this 
Act, whom he shall know, or sh
ll a
eertain at any tim<> 
within six months from aud after the passing of this Act, 
to be re!'ldent In such ('ouuty or Union of Counties, and to 
mail the Bame acl.......rdingly; and also from time to time to 
furnish all !;uch Clerg") men or Ministers on demand with 
the books and with plÏnteel blank forms fùr tht' lists to be 
used and n>turm'd by them in pursuance of this Act, and 
such books shall have columns and heading,; printed on 


[3441 



1858. ] 


CLERGY. 


49 


each p'lge thereof. acclJrding to the form of the Schedule 
hpreunto annexed. and !-hall, 89 shall also the blank forms 
aforel'lIiù, be of r<uch 8i.le aIEl (,)rm as to admit of the ne,'eOY 
I'ary entries being conveniently made therein: IInù the cost 
of 
uch book
 and forms, as Wl,]l a.<; of pro,'uring and dig, 
ttihntivl; copiel' of this Act, al' aforesaid. shall be borne by 
tht' C.Qunties or Uninns of Counti..:< rcspé'l'tivdy. 
See, IX. Euacts that Copies of this Act shaH be muiled 


from the Office of the !)rr)\ iudal Secrebrv tr, the a "!dr,"sBeI' 
of the Cle,'ks of the Peace of the :<..,èml '
,'uIlti"B and 
Unions of Counties in UPI)er C/'Inada T""IX".tio;ely. JI
 Boon 
a.
 conveniently may bl> after the pa
l'inl!" of Ihe f':une. 
Sel'. X. l':nJlct" that all A(.t" and parI.:> of Acts incoD- 
si.tent \yith this Act, !'hull be rep"HI('d. 
8
c. XI. Enacts that this Act shall appJ)' t{) U I'pl'r Clma.da 
only. 


SCHEDULE. 
RETUJ::-l of )Iarria!;cs solemnized 1,y a :llÏnister of 
31st day of December, A, D. 


I WITNE!"S. Date of 

:

BtsOf Xame He:<i- Marriage. 
if know
. denr'e, 

=----==
-= 
 - 


nRrnEGROO
I. 


BRIDE. 


, for the year ending 


. _ \gl', ) Rel!i- I:Iace 
f XameB of ,Age, if Resi- 
l:tc;:
} 
HIS "Same. kDl,wn. denc(' 




.I iit

,
"
. ITH Xame "nown. dencf' kno,;n, 


I do he!"ehy cprUfy that tIle foregoing is a true and correct stat..mcnt of all 
Ian'illgeli s01eznulzed before (as the 
.-ast /,lay be) for the Jear ending on tho 31st day of December next pre! eding the dllte hereof. 
(
i.,;ned.) A. B. 
(
!inistcr or Clerk, as tlu ClW may 
.) 


Cnlte,l Church of' En.ghl.1ul 
ani1 II"t
hul(l. 


DIOCESE OF QUEBEC. 
DISTRICT OF QUEBEC. 
lArd 8ishop of Q:lebec-Right Rev. G. 
J. 
IO\mt3Ïn, l).D.. D.C.L. Bislwp'lJ 
Gi'icÙ!l an,t Hxlt'nining ('ltaplain- 
l:cv. Hco. ?t1.1ckic, D.D.; CllflplaÙls- 
.
ev. S. S. Wooù. )I.A., Rev. .Ja,;per 
U. 
icol\", D.D. J:
cv, Armine W. 
Uount
in, \l.A. 
QUt'bee-Lord ßisbop. Rector; George 
Mackie, D.D., C.l
he<lral Di
trict; Eo 
W, 
ey;el1, 1Ioly Triuity Chapel; D. 
Robl'I"tson, Chaplain to U. 
I. .Forces; 
G. Percy. ß.A . Catht'dnù J,ecturer; 
(8ecret!l.ry t.o Church Society); S. 
Jon"!!. ß. Ä.. St. Pf'tpr's Ch'\pel; R. 
I}. .l'lee<!, 
t. P.Ult'" Chapel; n. Roe, 
B.A., Et. 
\J.1tthl'\
'
 Clupcl; R. A. 
C
rden, A",istaut. Trinity Chapel. 
ruint Le1Ji-.J. Carry, B.D. 
Silùry-Rev. A. W. 
[nuntl\in, M.A. 
fíùcurti<3r-E. C. P,lI"k:n. 
SlO71eham and Lake Beau[)Q1't-A. .J. 
W oolrich. 
Bour!] Lrmis ancl Itl.t Nell f -So Bliggs. 
Upper Ireland. dJc.-C. P. Emery. 
.vA'ds-R. Short, 
.Prampton, clt:,-.J. H. .Jenkin8, B.A, 
Rim' re dlt LQ1t]}-E. U. W. ltoBil, 
Acling Chaplain to Q.ll.rrmtilU Stc.tion 
-.J. Torrance. 
DISTRICT OF THREE F.ITERS. 
rJI1'r
 Ri1'i'r$-S. S. "Wood, 
I.A., Rec- 
tur; 1!', A. Smith, Curate. 
IlÙ"
re du .Luup 1:/1 IUl./d.-W. Mer- 
rick, B.-\, 
Nicolet-II. Burges8, B.A. 
Dl"UmmmulviJ./.e 'l.nd úJwer Durham- 
W..lf. Ross (Acting). 
DIiiTRlCT OF "T. FRA:I1CIS. 
Kingsey cE Upper D.trh(((n-A. Balfour. 
R;c/rownd a"d MJÖQUi'1U-D. }'al- 
I.,on, D.D. 
,
P1"brooke-C. r .Rpid. 
LrnnoX7.'1!/.e-T,. Doolittle, 
f.A. (aJ1d nt 
m
hop's Co1j,.gp, ,J. II. :\icoll
, D.D., 
and J. II. 'fhon'P',on, 'I. A.) 
(bmplo/k tÍ'C.-.\. A. Alleu. 
nú!cy-H. G. I1urr
gf', 
,.. Itw-J. D:Ùl.i. I. 
D 


CLERGY OF CANADA. 


Bury, clY'.-.J. Kemp, n D 
Dl/.(.ùwcU and Ham-'r. 8. Chapman. 
DISTr..ICT OF GAS!'E. 
Xrw OITli
Z" ((-c.-G. !>Iilne, 11.A. (Ru- 
ml Dean.) 
('ape ('m'e and Perce-So Crosse. 
San.dy Bpach, d'-c.- V >>'l'l1nt. 
aI.",,);> Hasin. d'r-.-F. De La :lIare. 
.J[,:!}dalm ls
tnds-F, Boyle. 
DIOCESE OF :\IO
 TREAL. 
CITY 01' MO:"TREJ.L. 
LlJ"rd Bishnp'if lIfnnJrfal-Right Rev. 
J<'ranci
 .Fulfhrd, D.D.,-Hesidence-- 

('e HOllse, )lontreaI. 
Cathedral. Dean, Very Rev, .J. Beth- 
une. D D.; Senior Cavon, Yenerable 
Archdeacon S.l..1ih
on, '1..\.; Honor- 
ary ('allons, Rev. .J. lteid, D.D.. Hev. 

I. Townsend, ,\1. A.. Uev. \V. T. 
Leach, D.C.L.. Rev.C. nancroft,
I.A., 
Archdeacon of Montreal, Venerable S. 
Gilson, '1...\. 
Di
h(Jp's Chaplains. Vt'n. Archdeacon 
Gilson. )I.A , Rev. .J. Scott. )I.A. 
ßi!.hop's Secrl't'\ry, Archd. Gilson, )I.A. 
St. Gem-ge's Clturrll-Hf'v. Canon Leal'h, 
D.C.L.; Rev. W.n.nond, M.A., As- 
"ist:mt 'linister. 
Trinity C'hul"Ch-Rev. A. D. Camp- 
boll, :U. ..\. 
St. St"TÚfn's Church-Rev. Jacob Elle- 
good, 
I. A. 
St. Lul:c's (,!turch-Rev. F. B. Tate.'I.A, 
Can"Ìsnn Cltaplain-Hev. E. Itoll;ers. 
Abbf)t.
ford an I Rougcllwnt-Robert F. 
Robinson. !II. \. 
Aylmer and Hull-Rev..J. .JohnstoD, 
Berlhür IlIlfl Hrand'ìn-Hev. "T. )Ier. 
rick, 'I.A., 
Jr. Hl'seltine, Catec'hist. 
BPAlffJ'/"d-Rev..J. .Jones. 
Brame-Rev. It. Lil'l.d",av, 
I.A. 
Bucking!wm-Uev. W. Morris. 
Cham/ly-Uev. .J. P. White, Rector. 
('hristiecille-T:ev..J. A. :llcLcod, :\I.A. 
Clarencevilk-Uev. M. 'roy;nH.>nd,
I.-,\.) 
Rector. 
('larenclon- Vacllut. 
CoúalHll,1 ac-I:ev. T. A. Young, }I...\ 
Chwansl'il(e awl Ch urc1u:iUe-Rev. J. C. 
Dayidson. 
Dllnlwm-Rev. .J. Scott, 1.1...\., Rector. 
J.;iwardstolVlI
R
v. A. Sutton. 
FW7lham 
 St. Briguu-Itev. A. Ecarth 
[345] 


Prost VillaO'- and Stuke'!/-Rcy. D 
Lindsa:r, ,r.,\. 
Gore-Hev. J. GrilI:n, 
Granby-Rev. ,V. .Jone'!, 
Grenvitie-Rev. C. Fure,;t, 'I.A. 
lJemmin{[ford-Rev. A. Du \'PI'net,)I.A, 
I felIryviZlI'- Vacsn t. 
IIuntir.grlnn-Rev. S.1\L:\'e. 
L'Acadie-Vacant. 
Ladtine-Rev. .J. }'Ian:tg:;ù. 
Lact,/b-Rev. .J. Cornwall. 
Laprairie-Rev. R. Lonsd..n, 
.JJascnuche and TI'I're
MI1!#'-Rt'...d, 0, 
de Courcy O'G:-arl.v. M.1\. 
1Ifiltlm-Hev. O. Sla{'k. 
J.A. 
l\éllJ G{osgfJ"llJ and Kil'.cn '!I-Rev. A. 
D. Lockhart. 
Ormslmon-Rev. W. Rrpthour. :\T.A. 
Peiiú Kuticm-Hev. .J. f'avid
on, 1II.A, 
P"tton-Uev..J.Ooddon. 
Portage du Fo/"t-Rf'\', .T. Gri1,lle. 
RawMn and Kilrlarp-r:ev. C. Hollit. 
RllsseUtown-Uev. .J. Fulton. \I.A. 
&brfl'ois-Rcv. - Willi.1m",)'}. 
St. Andrew's-Rev. 'V. Aùtlutt, Rector, 
St. Armand FAst-Uev. Canon I:eid, 
D.D" Rectnr. 
St. .Armand Jfe.çt-Rev. C. .A. Wether- 
al1. H.A., r:ector. 
St. Hyacinthe (/; Cþwll-Rev. .1. 'I "ichin. 
St. John's-Ray. Canon Bancroft, 
1.A., 
Rector. 
St. Martin'lI awl St. TlIerl'.çe-Vacr.nt. 
S lIerringtFYn- Yacant. 
lYrrel-Rev. W, Anderl'on. Ikctor; 
Rev. J. D. ;\[ouilpiL>d. 31. .\., -'\.

ist- 
ant for psrts adjacent. 
Sltl7/./;rulge, &sl-Rev, I. Const,mtine, 
1I1.A. 
Sutton-Rev. II. 
Iontg(\mery. 
Jáwireuü-Uev. J. l','kl'. 
JVa/PrZoo and S"cff
rd-Rbv. A. T. 
Whitten. 
City Missionary, Rev..J. S, S
l,,'s. 


DIOCES}
 OF TOlWNT0. 
Lord Bislwp of 1hronto-The lIon. ar.. 
Rt. Rev. John StrachlIn, D.D. L.L 1)" 
Archdeacon of I{in
st
, Yenerahl" 
Gl'Orp:e O'KiIl St.uart. n. D., LL.D., 
Archdeacon of YOI'k, Venerablt! A. 

. llethune. D.D.. D.C.L.,J
Kalllining 
and Domestic Chaplain and S.'c're- 
tary to the wrd Biihoþ, thtJ r.t!v. 
II. .J. Orasett, B.D. 




o 


CLERGY. 


[1858. 


Gty f?ll\ nmlQ-U. J. Gr,\
ett, B.D., 
Rector, ùllici1\ting Ch.\plain to the 
Forc.-,,; Edlllund Blildwin. :\1, A. 
A
si
t'Ult :\linister of St. Jumes; 

al1crn Uivius. :\lini!>ter of St. 
Pau!":; (
hurch: Alex. 
anson. Min- 
ister of 'l'dnity Churl'h: Stephen 
Ú'tt. LL D. \lini
ter of St. Ge"rge's 
Church: W. A;lir Adamson, D.C.L., 
_h
bt'lIlt :\liuiittf of St, George's: 
Uc'ur) 8,'ad,till
. D. D., :\liuisttJr of 
Church of the Holy Tdnity, anrl 
Cha[Jl:..in to the Lord Hi
h,.p: W. 
:5. tJal'linlZ, As>istant 
Iinister of 
tht! Church ortbe lIt.ly 'frinity; 'l'. 
S. KlJunedy, Secretary of the 
Chur
h Suciety; G. Whital(er, 
I A., 
Provo"t of 'Irinity Collt!ge; John 
Amoory, )I.A. Prufe

or of Classics: 
Edward Kay Kend>tll, B.A., Pro- 
fessur of :\lathemlitics. 
Etobicol.e-Il C. Cooper. B A., Rector. 
T,wonto l'nwnÛIÍp-.Edward Denroche, 
A.ll., Rt'ctor, 
U'é.slon-W. A. .Johnson. 
Yorlc Nil/.s-R. )lit,'hde, :\I. A , Rector. 
SlreelS't'ille-1toht. J. )l:tcgtJorge. 
Bram}llon-R. Leech. 
Thrrlliull-D. E. make, A.B.. Rector. 
J{arklwnt-G. S..J. Hill, Hector. 
Sewmarket-S. F. Ramsey, 
1.A. 
Geor!Jina- W iJli'tm Ritchie. 
Brncl.-R. Garrett. 
Whitby-.John Pentland, A.B.; V. R. 
Ma)erholfer, tmperannuated. 
S
arburo'-W, Belt, ll.A. 
Karway ,Uills-JlimeR lleaven, D.D. 
LWydtown-Henry Bath 081er. 
GJlillguacousy-J. G. Armstrong. 
bI'IICOE DIsTRICT. 
BaT1'ie al1d Shanty Bü.y-S. B. Ar- 
da
h. ..\. '\1.. Rector; Ed wd, :.uorgan, 
A8sbt..nt \liui"ter, W .1<'. Check ley , 
B.A., :\laster of Graromar School. 
Tpcwnsrth-Vacllut. 
n"st Gwillimbury-J. :Fletcher, A.B. 
Orillia-'l'. Bolton Head. 
P
ne,w:ngllishene-O. Hallen, B.A. 
l.{or.r;-J. Yan Linge. 
Nottaw<Lsuga-Juhll L,-ngtry, B.A. 
GORE DI:3T.RICT. 
lÜmilton-J.G. Gedde
, 1\1. A., Rector; 
T, J. \1. W. machman. LL.D., Assist- 
ant 
linister. Church of the AB- 

ension. J. lleLdcOn, A.. <\1.; John 
Butler. 1\1. A, 
Barton-G. A. llull. 
Salfjleet & 8lnbro{J/c-J, L. Alexander. 
.Âllcasta and Dundas-f!'. Lalï:e OsltJr, 
M.A. 
Wdlington Square-To Gl'eene, L,L.D.. 
Rector. 
OakviUe-Robert Shanklin. 
MiUon-}'ran.cis 'frtJma) ne, .Jun. 
WELLINGTON DI:3TRICT. 
Qu('lph-A. Palmer, ..\. }I., Hector; E. 
}l. Stewart. :\-1. A., As
ist. Minister. 
Eùrra-Juhn Sruithurst, 
Arthur-J. A. Preston. :\-1. A. 
.Allannille-C. H. Drinkwater, B. A. 
Gem'yelown-J. G. D, )lcKenzie, M. A. 
NI \oGARA DISTRICT. 
...Yiagara-W. I\ldlurray, D,D., D.C.L., 
Rector. 
Gri"lsby-F. .J. T.undy, D.C.L., Rector. 
Chippw'a. Stamford, and Drammond- 
-vilJP-W, IÆeming. Rector; C. L. 
Iu;
les. ll. A., A!'
istant. 
7'!wrold-'l'. B. ]<'uller, D. D., D. C. L., 
Rector. 
l'brt Erie-R Gra<;ett, M. A" Rector. 
St. Gatherine.<-A. 1<'. Atkinson. Rector; 
'f. T, RobartR, M A.. A5sistant. 
Louth-Alex. Dixon, B. A.. Uector. 
PI1l't !.lui'land & DUl1nvüù-.J. l.'!ood. 


&tt7.eme71t.
 (111 Oral1d jlitoer-B. Clld- 
more Hill. M. A, 
Grantham-A, N. Phillips, 
TUBOT DISTRICT. 
H'idl)lJle-T. S, Campbell. 
JiEWC.
STLE DISTRICT. 
CO.'JOurg-_.\. 
. Bt>thune. D.D.. D.C.L.. 
Hector, and Chaphlin tu the l.ord 
lli:.hop; C. It Thllm!'on, A
sistant. 
Rice L,ke-.J. W, It. Hech. 
p.,rt 
f, pe-.Jonath.m Shortt, Rector. 
Perryto1Vn
.John Hiltou. 
(lwan-'l'. W. Allen, ]'t'ctor, 
Darli'fl!Jtnn-..\. :\Ic:\ah. l), D., Rector. 
Clarl,e-H. BrlJnt. Hector. 
Grafton and ('tJlhorne-.Juhn Wilson. 
Glrtwright and J/.l1Ivers- W. Log.\D. 
Enniskillen- - Stanton. 
COLBORXE DISTRICT. 
Pderbnrougl,- M. BurnhalIl, ß. A.., 
Hector. 
Ð/ldly-Hobert Harding. 
LimLsay-.John llickie. 
lii:.nelÐn F..tll<;-C. llruwn. 
VICTORIA DISTRICT. 
BeJleville-John GritJr, 
f. A. 
l
Jrt T1'mt. Framjort, &c.-W. Bleas- 
dell, A. }I. 
Ruwdon-I<'. J. S. Groves. 
PRINCE EDWARD DISTRICT. 
Piclrm-'V. 
acalllay, Rector. 
Jlurray-II. K l'Iees. 
n..lIinyton-Chlirles Ruttan. 
...Vvrthl'orl-ThomaB Bou
tield. 
IIIDLA:-m DI
TRICT. 
Ki71g.<trm-Geo. O'Kill Stuart, LT
.D" 
D. C. L.. Rector; W, }1. 11erchmer. 
1\1. A., Assistant l\Iini
ter aud Chap- 
lain to tho! Lord lli!Shop; A. Stewart. 
A!'sistant St George's; R. V. noger
, 

l.A., }lini
terof::-;t. James' Church; 
'f. II, :\1. Bartlett. M. A., Officiating 
Chaplain to the .Forces; .J. A, blul. 
och, 
Iiuister of St. Paul's Ch urch; 
E. C, Bower, Minister of :5t. Mark's 
Church, Bal"l"it'tield; n. -'Iulkins, 
Chaplaiu to the Provo Penitentiary. 
RJrtsnwuth-F. W, DJbbs. 
Hath-W.I<'. S. Harper, Rector. 
Napanee-W. ll. L>l.uder, A. B., Rector. 
Alnher
t Islund-John Rothwell, A.B. 
JOH:-i,;TOWN DISTRICT. 
Broc7:vi/le-J, Travers Lewis. L.L.D. 
Elizabeth Town- W. C. Chrke. 
Prescotl-Huoort Bhdi:ey, ltector; T. 
B, Parnell, A8sistant Minister. 
Kemptvilk-R. Lewis. Hector. 
S,nith's F..dls-J. B. Worrell. 
Travelling /tlissilJnary-Jo'. Tremayne. 
Ganannque-John Carroll. 
O<'!loode-I<'. 'l'ane. 
RATHURST DISTRICT. 
Perlh-AltJKander Pyne, Rector. 
Franl,town-K 
Iorris. 
J>.,lren',am and Jt'tl:rny-.J. A. Morris. 
MeJ'1'icl,vül.e-J. Strutt Lauder. 
DALHOUSIE DISTRICT. 
Ottawa-So S. Strong, D. D.. I
ector. 
Richmond-C. ll. Pettit., B. A" Rector, 
M..trch-
ht.thew Kerr. 
EASTERN DISTRICT. 
Corl1wall-II, Patton. D.C.L.. Rector. 
Williamslmrgh-E. .J. lloswell, Uector. 
O.<nabJ'ltck-Homlline Rolph. 
.Muunlain do EdwU"dsburgh-.J.lIarris. 
OTTAWA DISTRICT. 
Hé.<t Hawl.e.slmry-R. L. Stephenson. 
Pembrol.e-E. Baker. 
IIANITOULIN I",Lum. 
F. A. O'Meara, L.T..D. 
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DIOCESE OF HURÚX, 
LmmO:-i I>ISTRICT. 
LRrd Bishop oj IIaron (elect)-The Rev. 
lleujl1min Crun.}n, D.D. 
London-B Cronyn. D.D., Rector; H. 
H. O'
eill, A. :\1., Assistant. 
Londun TownshijJ-C. C. Bruugh, A.B., 
ltector. 
St. Thomas-A, St. George Caulfiekl, 
A.8.. Rector. 
Adelaide-A. Mortimer. Rector. 
Carraúoc-H. 1<1('od, :'.1. A..lh>C'tor, and 



s


nary to tile :\luncey Town 11.1' 
Purt Bur1VcU--II. Bate .Je!'sopp. M.A. 
1'yrcunrn:ll-llenry nunan.t. ll.A. 
Purt Stantey-JaIlles )\luckridgo. 
BROCK DISTRICT. 
Hvoostock-'" illiam Hettridge, B.D., 
Rector; .J, Chambers Uib
on, A!.ÞÎ.St. 
lIurjurd-J.I'adtieid. 
lngersoll-J. WaJker )Iar
h, n,A.-H. 
l{cvell, A.B.. 
uperannu:ited. 
b}{"ra-F, D. f"Ulquier. 
Eastwood-C. C. Johnson. 
EURO
 DI!iTRICT. 
Gnderich-E. L. Elwood. :\I.A. 
Ha.yjielA1-H. F. Campbell. :\1.A. 
StraLjiJrd-Ephrairu Pattcr
'JU. 
Hlarwtard-Archibald Lò\IDp:nan. 
WESTER!' DISTRICT. 
Sandwich-E. II. Dewar, )I.A. 
AmlterstlJUrg-I<'. Mack, Rcctor. 
Colchester-I<'. Gore Elliutt. 
Cltatltam-I<'. W. 8andys, Rector. 
JVarwicl.-James Smyth. 
Walpole l
la'nd-AndrtJw Jamiewn. 
Dawn-John Gunne. 
Sarnia-J. G. R. :5alter, B.A. 
,
/oore-A. Willhms. 
Nersea-John Keunedy. 
GORE DISTRICT. 
Bmnfjord-J. C. Ut;her, Recter. 
'fount Plrosant-I<:. It. 8tÎ1nBon. 
Ualt-:\lichaellloomer, A.13. 
Pan:s-Adam '1'o\\uley, D.D, 
Jlissionarns to the 
'ix .NalÙm lndianð 
an the (}mnd River-Abruhllm:>'elllJi.<, 
Adam Elliott. 
"ELLIYGTON DISTRICT. 
Owen Sound-A. II. R. Mulholland. 
Wilmot-W. H. Hall}'. 
Svutltampwn.-J. P. Hodge. 
TUUOT DISTRICT. 
Simcoe-I<'rands Evans, D.C.L., Heeter; 
H. 8. Birtch, As>i.;tant, 
Norjolle-George :5l1lmon. 


Ronlan. Catbolic Churcb. 


DIOCESE DE QUEBr.C. 
:\Iomeiglleur P. F. Turgeun, A.rcheve- 
que de (tuclJec. 

Iou!ieigneur C. 1<'. Baillargeon, Eveque 
de Tlua. Admiuistruteur. 
Jricaires-Genera-ux-M \1. A. <\Iailloux, 
111. Chauvin, C. Gauvreau, C. 1<'. \.ÀI.- 
zeau, L. J. Cllsault. 
A l"Archevcche-:\lM. C. F. Careau. 
Vicaire-General; J. B. A. }'crland, 
'fhomas Roy, .1.:. Langevin, SecretairQ 
du Diocese; 11. Lt.'Cour", 6UU"-8ecCti- 
tairt!. 
&minaire de Qltebcc-
I. L..J. Ca
ault, 
Snperienr; Louis Gingras, Leon Gin. 
IZrl\:'i, )1. I<'ur
ues. Pl'ucurt:ur; E. A. 
'l'a
chereau, Felix llutea u. E. 
Icthot, 
.J. ]<'. Ihillarge, C. Laverdicre. O. Au- 
det. T.llamcl, A. Leg'\re, ... Laliherte, 
Ct.)l1
ge de Sainte _.tJ,ne-
Dl. C. Gau- 
vreau, V. 0.; F. l'il"te, SUIJcrieur: 
A. Inanchl.tte, A, Pelleticr, 1'. La. 
gace, Kerrigan et R. Ca,<;gr:tin. 



1858. ] 


CLERGY. 


51 


St. Silt,p.stre-J. O'Grady; M. Dowling. 

't.Jean Cltrysostmnæ-P. Beaumont. 
St. Romuald-P. Sax. 
1'..r. D. d
 Li;vy-G, Gaudin, P. Drolet, 
Vicaires. 
Pmnu Leri-.J. H. Routier; J. n. Cote. 
St. Hemi-J. B. Grenier; .J. P, Lefran- 
çoi<, anc. cure; J. Couture,anc,cure. 
St. Lam/Jert-O. Hrunet. 
St.IStll"re-L. Poulin. 
St, Ansplltle-D. .K Poire. 
Ste. AfarÙ' de la Brnw:e-I" Proulx, C. 
Lafontaine, Ykaire. 
St, Ehear-L. H. Grenier. 
St. LJesnard-JoR. lloura,,"u, 
St. Joseph de la &auc_J. Nelliga.n. 
St. Þ'rcdPric-E. 1<'. Muore, 
St. P,'anwi.
 de /a LJpßuce-I<'. X. Tessier. 
Lambtnn-N, Godbout. 
Forsyth. &c.-Vacant. 
Tring-C. Hoy. 
St. GNJrgf-YaC'unt. 
P,'ampimi;-O. l'aradis. 
Ste. CltJ.ir'I'.-L. T. llernard. 
ðU, Alarg1U:rite-E. HaHe. 
Sle, HtmI'dim-Dbs. Beaumont. 
St. Gervais-I'. Pouliot; J. B. 
neuve, Yk;tire. 
St. Lazare-K Dnfour. 
St. Charles-D. UlU"tinenu. 
Beaumont-- Vacant, 
St. ltIiclte1-"':>i. C. I<'ortier. 
St. "Valia-A. J.. Proulx, 
St, Raphael, d:'C.-N. Gingras. 
Berihier-J. Bonenfant. 
St. Prancnis Riv. du Sud-L, L. Belldele. 
St. Pierre Hiv, du Sud-Z, Sirois. 
St. 11IOmas-J. L. Beauhien, \Ïcaire. 
Isk-aux-Grucs-C. 'i'llrdilT, 
Cup St. l.fJ1wcp--F. )Iorin. 
M.".t et St. CyrillR-F. X. Dela
;>. Yicllire. 
St. Jp,an H".t-Joli-L. Parpnt. "icaire. 
St. Rnch des A,dnets-D. II. 'fetu; G. 
Cl1BgrltÏn, Vicliire. 
DISTRICT DE KAMOURASKA.. 
Sk.. .Anne LapncatieTP-L. A. Bourret. 
Rivi,re-Ouelk-C. Begin. 
'3t. PUCfJ'IM et J.Y. D. Mont OzrmeZ--F. 
X, Bcgin. 
St. Deni,,;-II. Potvin. 
Kmn"uras;.a-N. Hebert. 
St. Pa.
chaJ-P, Patry. 
St. .A
.;randre-.T. 
la.rtel. 
f
'te. HI'km--I. Douc
t. 
St. .Andre-N, Duucet. 
Ririere-du-LlY11p, c&.-N. BeILUbien. 
Notre.Danle dlt PorWrle-A. Michaud. 
Cl.I.Couna-J. C. Cloutier. 
St. ,J{rJfÙ;ju-V. Dion, 
St. Ar.
Pne-J. B. P..Iletier. 
Isle- Vern-L. Marcl'au. 
St. Elrti-T. A, de Ga.,p6. 
A. Marte], Tmis-Pistolps-f eon Roy. 
St. Simon-G. 8, !lllIrceau. 
St. þ1I1Jien--A, Ladl iere. 
Slt'.. Cecil_I<'. A. lllouin. 
Ri1nous1..i-D. 'fanguay; 
caire. 
SiI.J, LrtCe-G. Nadf'au. 
Sil!.. Flat'ie-'I. Duguay. 
Mitis-J. B. ßlanchette. 
Ala.ta.M, tlx:.-P. Boucher. 
DISTRICT DE GASPE. 
SUo Anm des It(onts, tl'C.-E. Ronsseau. 
lli.mre au Re:wlrd, d'c.-F, Oliva. 
[)oUfJlaJitmon. d';c.-K 8.I<'afard. 
Prrce. tl'C,-E, Gridmet. 
(lrande.Hi1.'rpTe, d-c.-L. DesjardinI'!. 
Pa.
J1'!mac, d'c.-
1. Furtin. 
nonatJP7,ture, dc.-.J. L. Alain. 
Glrletrm-N, Audt,t. 
Ristigouc},e, d:x: -F. Dumontier. 


h
otre-darru; de Qutbec-M:\I. .Jos. Au- 
dair, Cure; G. .F. E. Drolet, D.Ra.cine, 
Vicaires. 
E[;lisp :.st, Patrice-M
1. B. 1tIcGlluran, 
Cb..'lp.; E. Bonncau, J. P. Culfer et 
Leon Roml!\eau. 
Bglise St. Jeon-1tDI. A. Racine, Chap., 
ct C. Cloutiere, Vicaire. 
(J/Japd1Æ St. Lauunt-G. Drolet. 
Qmgreglltion de Quebec-IUt. PP,.J. B. 
Faleur, J. B\èaudry, J. Braun. 
Ur.mline.
-:\l. G, L. Lemoiue. 
H"tel
Dipu-\DI. Lemieux, ChaIJelaln. 
Hrrpital-G nrral- 
I. E. G. PI"nte, 
Chap.. !'I'1. L. T. Bed.'lrd, Anc. Ch,tp. 
Bopitllux flftlitairl's-J. H. A. Ferland. 
St. Rl}ch-:\HI. Charest, cure; S. B. Z. 
TIolduc, 1<'. Plamondon, F. Catellier et 
Jos. Cawllicr. \'icaires. 
Hopital de la Alartnc-J. ß. Z. Bolduc. 
(JmgregOlwn de St. Roch-H.. 1'. J.ll. 
}'a.leur, 
Eglise St. Sa"cur-RR. PP. P. Dur(}o 
cher, 1<'. A. Grenier, Royer, O. III. J. 
St. Colomb de Sillery-P. 11. Harkin. 
DISTRICT DE qUEl!Eo-lSLB D'OßIJli
S. 
St. Pùrre-
nI, Jos. Tardie. 
St. Laurent-J. Naud. 
St. Jpan-A. Gosselin, 
St, Francois-T. 1<'. Destrolsmaissons. 
Ste. l<ùmilk-G. 11. lless{'rer. 
COTE DV NORD. 
Gr(lT!dines-G. 8, ThJr()me. 
St. ClLS"imir-
. Gucrtin. 
DescluzlltbauU--N. llilanger. 
8t. Alban-P. Dionne. 
Cnp Sunu-L. Lahaie. 
St. Ba,,;ll
-J, i:issseville; O. Grenier, 
de6servsute, 
F"cltreuils-Z. Gingras. C. Pouliot. 
PlJint-uux-Trem.U.es-L. E. Parent.. 
St. Rayrnond-P..f- Bedard. 
St. Ált[fuotin-A. 
mette. 
Bie. altherine-W. DunD. 
8le, lbye-l'. Huot. 
Á1U:ienrle' ÝJ1"etle-J. La.berge. 
St. A,,
braise-I<'. Boucber. 
CharUbourg-E. Payment. 
Lac Bw.uplJrtet LavaL-J.
, Ca
IJòelI. 
I>úclartia et Stmleham-l'. T. Clarke, 
BeaufrJTt-J. Langevin. J. B. l>louin. 
vicaire. 
.A'nge Garrlim-J? X. Leduo, 
Clu1l.eau-Richer-K K. i'a.rent, 
SfR.. Amv.-P, Gariepy, 
St. Hrred-E.lUchard. 
St. Joachim-L. Provencher. 
J>etiu. RÙ'v;re- V aean t. 
Bail'. St. Paul-C. 'i'rudel. 
'it. Urbain-I'. Clemen\. 
SUo .Agnes-J. LlIgueu'l:, 
EblJul m
nts-C. Gagnon; 
Vicaire. 
Isl
 uux Gmdres-O. Hobert. 
Suo Irenu-G. Beaulien, 
JJlalbaie-A. lksudry. 
St. l<'iw..le, &c.-I<'. M<,rri:>scUe. 
Chk"wimi--J.QII.

)n. 
Gran'/e Brule-A. Casgrain. 
Gru'1lI.lJ!.-Bule-L. OtisSt!. 
Lei E.<coUlni1l.$, lei postM du ra--RR. 
Pl'. Babel ..t Arnaud. 
Labrador- V IiCIIn t. 


I 

. 


CO'!'E DtJ S1m. 
St. Jean Deschailwns-.J. A. Perras. 
Lotbiniere-E. f'aucher. 
SUo Cmix et St. Flavien-8. Delleau; B, 
De8J"ochers. 
St. .Artloine-l'. Bc1and. 
..it. NIcolas-E. Baillargeon. 
llal
fax, &c.-J. 1\1. B\èrnier. 
&6. &l'hir-P, llrunet. 
St. G..lp)!. d'c-W. Hkbardson. 
SUo Julie-J. Beland. 
SJ1n<:rset, d:'C.-J os. 
latte. 

Ü, d:ç.-F. McDoull1d. 


DIOCESE DE lIWI'\TKEAL. 
Monseigneur Ig. Bourget, Eveque de 
Montreal; 
lonl\l;i;;r. J. JAr<,c(lUe, 
Eveque de Cydonill, COItd. 
Ecechr-:\DI, A. 1<'. 'i'ruteau, J. O. Pare, 
Secret8.ire, T. Plamandun, V, I'i! n, 
H. Moreau, ]0;. C. f'ahre, P. Leblanc, 
l'rocureur; .JO'l. Valu.de, J. Loner- 
gan, et l':d. lIIoreau. 
Vicaires Generaux-A, l!an
('uu. P. 
Arc
aUlba.ult, P. llUlaudele, .1<'. 'fl'U- 
wau. D. GniD"t. 
Seminairc de MOlltreal- D. Granet, 

u(JtJrieur; J. Compte, l'rocureur; 
P. Uillaudele. n. Larre, V. Arraud, 
L. Hegourd, L. Vill"neuve, B. Gran- 
jon, J. 'l'ouIJin, A. 
ercam, E. Pi- 
card. 1\1. C. L, llonissant, A. "{ereier, 
Econ.. L. Peli!<8Ìer. J. J. Connoly, 
H. Prevost. cure d'office, V. Rousse- 
lot, .F. Danid, II. LenoIr, J. J. Per- 
rault, J, F. La
an. C. Dl'EmaZUres, 
C. J. Bard"y, C. D. Tambareau, P. 
Duwd, C. wnoir, Rouxel, :\1. O'Brien, 
P. Rous>eau, R. ltOt'ssellu. Huglln, 
' - I ' lle- O. J.'arrell, P. l'tlurphy, 1Ialey, (;1lIn- 
pion. 
Eylise de St. .Pierre-RR. 1'1'. Oblatl!. 
Aubert, Sup., Leonard J:ouge, Pro., 
Cauvin, l'allier, Brunet. 
Grand &,nillaire-J. D .yle, A. J,. Dar- 
bllrin, A. Giband, U, Larue, Dll"ect" 
50 \ètudiauts en theologie. 
CuUeO de Nuntrpal-P. 1'. Denis. Direc- 
teur. L. L. llillion, J, J. Pslatin, J. 
De III. 'i;ne. Z. :::inger. 
Lac de.s DrUX Jfoniagnu-N. Dufresne. 
Cuoq, 
Iarsolai!l, 
College des Jpsuitys-RR. Pl'. "\'ignon, 
Recteur, l\lartin, A. Havequez, .A. 
Larcher, 
Ii
nard, PiJlsrd, Vetter, 
lIers..n. lI1i,'hel, Sl.bneider, 
Noviciot d s Jesui1.s au &.uU au Recc,l- 
let-P. Slichez. 
lIospiæ St. JIIspph, a la Langue poinu 
-A. Brais, P. 1\Iercure. 
College de Chambly-P. M. )lignault, 
Superieur, P. Lajoie, Direct., A. 
Ja.cque!!. 
Cbllrge de I' Assomptian-A. Dup
is, 
Direct., N. Barret, Vezina, Laporte. 
CbUe[je de Sie. l'herese-S. Ta
;;e. i:'up" 
D. Dag-e1Iais. H. A, Verrau, A. 'i'hlD- 
ault, 'ra8se, Cousineau. 
Collfge ,Ie l'Iwlu.strie-8. Rivet, Dir. 
Co/legp Jlasson-Desantels, Dir. 
Coúau St. Louis-F. T. L....haye. 
ISLE DE MONTREAL. 
St. Laurenl-:\Df. St. Germain; RR. 
{'P. de Ste. Croix, J. j{"ze, Sup., 
V enisrd, D"sIJres, A. Duran
eau, 
Ancien Cure. 
Ste. Ge'nætJÜ!
e-L. Lefebvre. 
SiI'. .Anlle-J. Lltsnier. 
Pointc Cl,lire-L. Pominvillø. 
Lacltine-L. PrevoAt. 
J. Cote, Vi- LoTlO'u Htinte-J. B, Dr;tpeRu. 
P"i1l1e-au.:T' T/"e'l1tbles-l'. l'urlier. 
Riv d
 Prairies-L. J. Martel. 
So.ult-au.J{pcollet-J. .J. Vinet; A. La. 
belle, \'iC'liire. 
I
 Blzm'd-Quevl1lon. 
Ik Perrot-C. Aubry. 
ISLE Jßl';US. 
St. ltfartin- 'Pl. P. C. Dube. 
Stc. Hose-P. Brunet, 
St fíncent-N. Lavallee. 
Ch, des D. S. C.-L, Piett.f1, Vi('Rire. 
St. Francois de S,tlu-J. Wstier. 
COTB DU NORD. 
St. Rltrthcl-T. V. Papineau; M. Cni"se. 
Yicaire. 
DIOCI
SE DES 'fROIS RIVIERES. l/Prthirr-.J. F. GaJ!non. 
[_\1 the time of goin
 to preqs with 
biR lie du Pads-To Fi}iatrau1t. 
..beet no r..tllrn frum thill Diocese had St. Cuthbert--A. Fl
ette. 
boon received. I St. Gabrid-Jos.lllÌ!!sette. 
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52 


CLERGY. 


[1858. 


St. Felix-.1. S. AubIn. 
Sl. Jean de Matha-J, Belair. 
St. 2'h",,,,us-C. Lebel. 
Induslrw-A. Manseau. 
Ste, Elizabeth-L. Guyon. 
St. Nm'bfl"t-L..J. Huot. 
Lavaltru-lI. Jlarcotte. 
Lanaraie-J. O. Giroux. 
St. Su/pice-E. Hirs. 
St, Paul-To L. Brassard. 
Kilda1'e-D. Laporte. 
SU. !lelAmw-}'. Jeannotte. 
Repentigny-J. B. Labelle; F. Labelle 
et .E. Ld.belle, Anciens Cures. 
L' .Assolllption-F, Dorval. 
St. JafJ.'/US de l'Achiuan-J. R. ParI.'. 
Chap de3 Sæurs de Ste. Anne-D. :lIur- 
echal. 
St. L;guori-J. Barrette. 
St. Akxis-V. Clement. 
Ste, Julienne-Anee. 
Rawdon-Quinn. 
St. .A/p/wnse-N. Piche. 
St. Roch dp l' Ac1tiglln-:lI. Brassard. 
St. Lin-E. T. Hurteau. 
St. Cati;rte-E. Dt'sIDarais. 
St. E.<lwit-M. Churroll. 
St.lIenry-J .:11 Cheyigny; E. TherIen, 
Yicaire; L. Gagne, Ancien Cure. 
Lachenaie-E. 
orroandill; 1\1. Morin, 
Ancien Cure. 
Te1rebonne, A. Theberge; Oct, Renaud, 
Vic
\Ïre. 
SU. Annes des Plaints-Champoux. 
St. Je,.,)//
e-Y, Brunet; D. Berard, 
Vi,'aÏl e. 
Ste. Sophie-D. J. Brosnan. 
Su. .Ad,le-L. }'ournier. 
St, Sauveu'r-J. H. Lemonde. 
St. Colamban-J. Falvey. 
Bte. '1' IIeu,se-.J. Dagenais. 
St. Janvier-U. Archambault. 
St. Avgustin-S, Theberge. 
St. Eu
taclw-lt. P. GAhtineau; R. P. 
Lefeb,'re, Vicaire. 
St. Jospp1t-Bomgeault. 
St. Benoit-A. }'. Grûuh:. 
St. Placide-Alfred 'foupin. 
Ste. Sclwlastique - V. J'linguet; E. 
Bonin, Ancit!n Cure, 
Sl. Andre-A. Tbibaudier, 
Vaudreuil-I>. Archambault. 
fit. Hermas-L. Turcot; N. Perrault, 
Yicaire. 
R1guud-P. Belanger. 
Ste. Narthe-C. Loranger. 
Lcs Ctdres-:l-I Uoux. 
Unteau du Lac-T. Brl\sI'ard. 
St. Clt1,-C. E. l\larsolais. 
Bt. rol.'1carpe-ll. F. Cholette. 
St. Zotique-G. Dufour. 
COTE DU SUD. 
St. Regis-J!'. X. :lIarcoux. 
St. .Anictt-l. Pûirier. 
St. Timothe-J.Archambau1t; L. Gari- 
epy, Vicaire. 
Bt. Clement-D. Charland; F. Perrau1t, 
Vicaire. 
St. Louis de Gonz-J. Se
uin. 
Sle. !lar
ine-E. Blyth. 
St. Urbai1/r-A. J. Martineau. 
fit. Jean Chrysos.W111b-II. Beaudry. 
Lauzon, Vicaire. 
Ormstawn, cf-c.-Gagnier, Z. Poulin. 
Chakauuuay-J. Dequoy. 
Sie. Philamene-P.I'oulin. 
,
't. L'"Ìdore-N. Trudel. 
Sault St. Louis-It. P. Antoine; R. P. 
1\1aietre, "\ïcaire. 
St. J>hilippt-A. Proulx. 
St. Edauard-T. K Dagenais. 
Bt. .bfichel-31. Foi!>y. 
Hnmningford et S herringron-Graton; 
'r. lleft\rd, Yicaire. 
St. Canstant-C. L. Vinet. 
St. 
emi-P. Bedard; A. Payette, Vi- 
c,zl.lre. 


F, Au- Stukely-F. Tremblay. 
Am'ien Ely-A. Desnoyers. 
Stanstead-J. O'Donnell. 
SherlJrooke-A. E. Dufresno. 
Roxton-J. :Michon. 
MiUon-J. Gaboury. 
DIOCESE OF BYTOWN. 
IIIonsC'igneur .TOE;eph Eugene Guigues, 
EVel}Ue de By town ; I(ev. Pere Jean 
Baptist.o Honorut, Y. 0., Superieur 
des Revs. Pert's Oblats. et Chapelain 
des Sieurs de l' Hopitlll General; Rev. 
M. J . O'Connor, S"cretaire du Diocese. 
azthedrale et Paraiðse .LYulre Dame ele 
Bytou"1I.-Uev. Pere Damase Dandu- 
rand, O.M.I.. Cure d'Otlice, R. l'ere 
Michel :llolloy, 0.:11.1. 
College et PlIraisse de Bt. Joseph de 
By town-Rev, Pere Josl'ph Tabaret, 
0,;\1.1., Superieur; Rev. Pere Alex. 
andre 'frud"'liu. O,
l.I., Cure d'Office; 
R. Peres lIlauruit, BUftin, Byrne; 
Professors Left'bvre. McGnlth, O.M.I.; 
1\DI. O'Brien, Petinot, Regents. 
Paraisse St. And1'e II..lUtl'ille de By town 
-I
ev. An. McD. Dawson. cure. 
M1'ssion deB ChantierB-Re,s. Peres 
Medard, Bourassa, lind Françoia 
RebouI, 0.1\1.1. 
!lissinn de la Baie d'lIudsnn-Revs. 
I'eres Auguste Garin and FrançoÌ5i 
RebouI, O.M.1. 
Rit'ie:re du Desert, Gatineau-R. Peres 
Regis Delwage, La, erlochere, F. An- 
dril'ux, Reboul, 0.:\1.1. 
East Hawksbury-Rev. .Jos.1\1. Collins, 
cure, 
Orig'lUlI-Ant. O'Malley. 
Planta17ant1,-Louis Almerl\s, cure; F. 
Hand, ",'icnire. 
Cumbcrland-M. .Jos. J.l.1ichel. 
Gloucxster d: Osgood-'I'. O'Boyle. 
Riclmwnd--Peter O'Connell. 
Huntly-Edward Vaugh/In. 
Fitzroy-Bernard 1\1c}'eely. 
Renj1'ew-Michllel Lynch. 
Bramley-James Strain. 
Pembroke-Jobn Gillie. 
.Allumette's Island-Louis O. Ouellet. 
Portage du .Fbrt-.Jos. Bouvier. 
.Aylmer-.Jeremiah Hyan 
Chelsea-James Hughes. 
La Peche d: ![asham- }'rllIJ !)ois Lauzicr. 
Hã
1ù'ld-Patrick McGoey. 
Gatineau-Louis S. Ginl!:uet. 
Bucl.:inglwm-Rpv. Johnllrady. 
B<msecaurs de la Pdile .l\'ation-.Jos. 
David. 
Sf .Andre Avellin, Petiu Nation-Rev. 
W. Ebrard. 
Grenville-Arthur Nignault. 
DIOCESE OF KINGSTON. 
Kingstrm-Y JrY Rev. P. Dollard, Y.G.. 
Administrator of the Diocese of 
Kingston. 
Coll.'oe of Reginpolis-VeryRev.Angus 
McDonuell, V,G., President; Rev..J. 
O'Brien, Michael Staflord, Isaac Mc- 
Carty, Professors. 
Cathedral-Very Rev. P. Dollard, Ad- 
ministrator; Rev. .James Quinlan, 
Henry Byrnes; Very Rev. Angus 
McDonnell, Chapldin P. Penitentiary 
St. Raphad-Very Rev. .John McDon- 
nell, V.G. 
rÙ:ton-Murth Lalor. 
lJrllev"Llle-l\Iichael Brennan. 
St. .Andrews-Georlre Hay. 
Perth-John II. McDonagh, 
Smith's Falls-'ference Smith. 
Prescott-Edward 1', Rocke. 
Broch,ilv-Oli.,,-er Kelly. 
O;bourg-)licbael 'fimlin. 
Prurborough-Daniel }'arreUy. 
Alexandria-James Chisholm, D.D. 
Kempt
'Ìlle-Bernard Co
 Ie. 


Bt, Jean-Dorch-C. Larocque; 
bry. \ïcalrt!; :M, Quintal, 
Cure, 
Bt. Luc-H. Morin. 
BlaÙ:fìndie-R Hobert. 
St. Jacques Ie Nin.-.J. Morin. 
St. C:l/l'rien-C, }'.Morrison; Chagnon, 
Yicaire. 
St. J'alenUn-L. Lus!'ier. 
st. Barnard-}'. Rochette. 
Laprairie-J. Ora.,,-el; I'. X. Bourbon- 
nsiB, Vicaire. 
ll)11gueil- G. Thibault; Coui1lard, 
Vicaire. 
D. (), St. Viateur-J. Lonerg:m. 
Ch. dts Bæurs de J. N.-Et. Lavoie. 
Boucherville-'l'. Pepin; G. Le
age, 
\ïcaire. 
St. Bruno--M. Piette. 
Jãre)ffies-.J. Desautels; Giguere, Vi- 
caire. 
St. JuJie-J. Theoret. 
Verclrere.s-R. O. Hrnneau; Gascon, 
Vicaire. 
Cantrecæur-F. L'Heureux, 
C/wmbly-P. 
I. Mignault; .J. O. Chi- 
coine, Yicaire. 


DIOCESE DE ST, :C:YACIN'fHE. 
:II gr. .J. C. Prince, Eveque de St. Hya- 
cinthe. 
.A l'E
'eche, !lnl. P. Lafrance, G. !I'l:Itr, 
cbessoau, I'rocurel1r; L. Z. lIloreau, 
Secretaire; G. L. Chevrefils, 1'. Eve, 
Sous Secretllire. 
Vicaires.Generaux-!II
I. F. Demere, E, 
Crevier, .J. S. Raymond. 
BEIIUXAIRE DE ST. HYACINTllE. 
MM. 1. S. Desaulniers, I. S. Raymond, 
Prcfet des Etuùes; P. Dufresne, P. 
Leveque, Directeur; F. 'l'etreau, Pro- 
cureur; P. O. Allain, J, .1. .l:'rince, 
M. Godard, P. S. Gendron, it. La.l"ue. 
J. B. Chartier. 


CURES. IIUSSIOIHIRES, VICAffiES. 
N. D. de Sf, Hyacintlle-J. Z. Resther. 
Sorel-.J. M. Limoges; A. O'Donnell at 
I. Soly, Vicaires. 
SUo heWire-A. Lemay. 
St. Ours-J.ll. Belanger. 
St Ðenis-}'. Demers, V.G.; P..J. Cre- 
vier, Assil'taut. 
St. Charles-J. ;n. Balthazard. 
St. Hilaire-II. !IIillier. 
St. Nathias-L. H. Brien. 
St. .Athanase-J. B. Dupuy; .J. E. Ger- 
main, VicltirtJ. 
St. Gwrge-T. St. Aubin. 
Stanbridge-B. J. Leclaire. 
St. Aùxandre-O. Desorey. 
St. GrC,{}aire-O. Monet. 
St. Brigide-l'. Pelletier. 
Sic. Marie-E. Crevier, V.G.; L.C. Fon- 
tier, Vicaire. 
Bt. Jean Buptiste-S, C. lIotte. 
Bt. Ðamase-F. X. Brunet. 
Pre3entotion-J. Beauregard,.J. It Du- 
puy, Desservant. 
St. Barnabe-N.l1ardy. 
St. Jude-H. Drolets, 
Bt. .Anne-E. !lecours. 
St. JIlarcel-P. A. Sylvestre. 
St. Robert-J. L. Dumontier. 
Bt. Hug'lta-L. !II. Archambault; A. B. 
Dufresne, \ïcaire. 
St. Ephrim-.J. B. Duroch
r. 
St. Simrm-H. L. Gironard. 
St. Rosalie-J. De
lJoyers, 
'<;t. Dominique-F. Retour. 
St. Pie-J. Crevier. 
St. Cesaire.-J. A. Provencal; Ange 
garùien, J. Leblanc. 
St. Paul-C. E. Jrortin. 
J.ùrnltam-J. Quin. 
Dun/wm-W. }'itzg('rald. 
Granby-G. S. Rert'lon. 
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1858. ] 


CLERGY. 


53 


Ollnden-Bernard Higgins. 
Bedford-John Foley. 
Gananoque-James R. Rossiter. 
Douro-,.Michael :\Iackey. 
Lindsay-.Jaml'1 
'artelley. 
.Emily-John Burke. 
JVuif Island-Jnhn Foley. sen. 
Port Hopt-Kyran O'Keefe. 
JVincl".ster-.1ohn Mende, 
Trenton-Henry Brettargh. 
Cbrnw:zU-John S. O'Connor. 
St. Charle
-.a:homas :\Idlahon. 
WiUiamstmQII-Francis :\lcDonagh. 
Lm"!Jhbaro'- 'lirh:wl Clune. 
HUTlgerji>rd-Edmond B. Lalor. 
1ÿendinaga-TbomlL
 Wabb. 
.A
phodeL-Williaro Hart.r. 
DIOCE,;;:E OF TORO
TO. 
Right Rev, A, F, M. De Chal'bonnel, 
R. C. llbb(,p of Toronto. 
St. Miclwers Cathedral-Ver)' Rev. .J. 
!II. Bruyere. V.G.; Revs. :\1. Ouellette, 
John Lee and 'I. COYIIC. 
St. Paul's-U...... 'fbomas Fitzhenry. 
St. .tlary's-Re\"s. John Waigh and Jos, 
Michel. 
St. Basik-Served by nev. Gt'ntlemen 
of St. 
lich;l('rs College. 
St. Michml's C"Upge-Rev. J.!t. Soule- 
rin, Superior; Hev. Josppb lIIalbos, 
Trea"urer; Uev. P. l\lolony (Arch- 
deacon): Re\s. Wm. Flannery, C. 
Vincent, O. R. Northgra"'e
, J. P, 
Rooney, Prof!'
!'<or8; Rev. L. S. Gi bra, 
Messrs. C. Livermanu, Jobn Shea. 
.J.P. Kennedy, and n. Maguire, Re- 

ents. 
Oshawa-Rev. J. B. Proulx. 
.Atljala-Xafier Pourret. 
'lhranto Gnre-}<:u
ene O'Reilly. 
Nia,f}ara-C. Wardy. 
."It, CaiheriTle.
-ß. Grattan.t P. Conway. 
PenetanguisheIl P -\]. Lebaudy. 
Orillia-.Jnhn Svnnnt, 
Brock-Patri
k \lulIigan. 
Barrk.-J. Jamot ar:.d J. IIoban. 
Trcumseth-J. J{atti
an. 
Dioce.san 1Ilissillnary-John 
IcXulty. 
Superannuated-.J.O'Flynn. 
DIOCE:;E OF HA:\IILTOY, 
Right Rev. .John Farrell, Bishop of 
Hamilton. 
HamiUon-VeryRev. E.Gordon, V.f1.; 
Revs. A. Can-un. B. Bardonx. 
GlVlph-RAV. :1. Holzer. S.J.: J. Du- 
mortier. S..1.; J. HI{.ttner. S..J. 
Jl :nitou/in MmJll-RevB. J. Hauil)aux, 
S.J.: J. .Ierard, 8.J. 
Jibrt JViJ[;'lItL-l:{evs. P. Chonet, S..J.; 
D. DuranqlPt. 
Dunda.ç-.1. IJ'Heilly. 
Brantford-J. H\"an, 
St. Cll'ments, Wi1le.
lry-Rev. C. Mes- 
ner,O.C. 
St. Boniface-D. Arnold, D.D. 
Paris-L. ßi

ey. 
Grmul Rn'PT, d'c.-
f. .Junken, :\'L 
Lau
sier, 
1. Glo\
a
kl. 


DIOCESE OF LO
DON. 
Londtm-1U.!ht Fev. l'. A. Pinsonf'ault. 
ni'
"I) nf l.onol')II: Revs. L. :\. u
art, 
Ed. l3a.vard. R. Kelchpr. Joseph 
B&yard. ,.. n,'auhieM. ]<'rachon, \\ R:;- 
sereau. Girard. \\ agner. 
Aml.erst/nugh-lltJvi!. 
1. Daudet, 111. 
SavautJet 
Bell Rivit'rpu7IIIlVllrJsvill_F.Girard, 
JH. Prenderl!a
t. 
Buldu/ph, Adt'/uide, .Jf 'Gillirray, Jfí"l- 
liam.ç and J[u,d (!reel
-Rev. 1\1. 
Crinnon. 
hatham-Revs. J. Jllffre, S. J.; !II. 
Joseph, As"i-tant. 


Grxlerich, Irishtown, .Ashficld-Rev. P. 
Schneider. 
Ingersoll, JYorwich, Oxford-Rev. R. 
Kelcber. 
P,Irt Slrnia, Moore, JVolrwick-Rev. T. 
T. Kirwan. 
Rlikigh, St, Antoine. St. F'ranwis, Im 
C<mception, St. Patrick-Revs. M. 
Raymll an<1 P, Bouhat. 
Sandwich, Windsor, }:;t. .Anne's, Jfaid- 
strme-Verv Re\'s, P. Point, V.G.; 
nevs. J.lIIlngui, J. Nicholas, p.Con- 
niHeall. 
Straiforrl d: St. Jt.lr.!I's-Rev. P, Canny. 
St. 1},omas and Port Stanley-Rev. J. 
D. Ulan. 
Windham-Rev. 1\1. Schweig:er. 
Ctillr(J1J ()f L' Assmnptian at &zndl/Jich- 
Very Uev. P. Point. V.G.; Hevs. J. 
:\lurphy, 
I. Jauteax, 1'. O'Ran. F, 
Leclerc, Professors. 


Pre!lbyterlan. ('
nuch 01' 
Caua<<1a, 
L.'l OOYYEXIoN WITH THE cnURcn OF 
BCOTL\YD. 
Rev. 01.'0. :\Iaednnnell. Fergus. 1I10d'r. 
Hev. Wm. Sn<)(b:rass, 
lontreal. Clerk. 
Jobn Cameron. Esq., Toronto, Treas'r- 
PRESBYTERY OF HA)HLTON. 
Rev. Geo. Bell; B.A., Clifton, Clerk. 
Meet!! at Hamilton on the Second 
Wednesday in JanUl\r)-. !lIay & Sept'r. 
Cliftrm-George TIell. B.A, 
.Ningara-Jolm ß. Mowat, M.A.. 
G't1lt-IIamilton Gibson, 
frrgus-{}eorge ']acdonell. 
Dundas cf- .Am:aster-I\:enneth 
Iaclen- 
nan, B.A. 

Nelson d: H'i-,d'rdnwn-J. Skinner, D.D. 
[f,lmilton-Robert Burnet. 
m',nlwich-JameR 'fhom. 
Sallþ..et and Binbr()ok-IIu
h Niven. 
Vacant Charges-Arthur, llcamsvilIe, 
Simcoe. Gu...Jph, Dover, L
'nedol'h, 
Bmntfor<l, Pdi!'<ley, Mnunt Forrpst. 
Ordainw' Missionarg-Rev.W. Mm;son. 
PRE
BYTERY of LO:-lDO:O<. 
Rev. .Ja.'I.lIIcEwen, :\I.A., Westminster, 
Clerk. 
Mef'ts on Fit"f!t We<1nesday in 
Iarch, 
1\lay, September, and December. 
G(){lerich-Alexandl'r :\Iackid. 
.J.Yorth EastlwpP-WilIiam BelI, :\I.A. 
Chatham
JI bn ]{nhb. 
Nnrth Dorclie.\tRr-W. :\JacEwen, 
I.A. 
n-;.ndslock-Jame!< Stuart. 
n-;'stminstl"r-DuneRfi :\lR.cpher;;on. 
W illiams- Robert Stephenson. 
L'mdon- Vacant. 
Vaca"l Cltar!lt's-Auldhnro'. Amherst. 
bur
h, St.. Tbom>tR, "-awaDo
h. 
Retired .Minister-Rev. William King. 
PRE"BYTERY OF BUHURST. 
Rev. WilIiam Rain. :U.A., Pertb, Clerk. 
'Ieet,; at Perth RDd Ottawa City a1ter- 
Jlately, on the Second Wednesday in 
.January, lIIay and f'eptembl'r. 
Perth, First OI/lTch-Wm. Belt, lII.A. 
South a()wer-.Jo
{'ph An<1PfSon. 
P.I1.-pnTtnm-AI"xlmder lIIann, :\I.A. 
Kme!l-David I<:vRn'l. 
Limdrk-ThomRR }<'ra
pr, 
l'.rtlt, St. Anrlrpw.o-Wm. Ealn, 
I.A. 
Rfl7II.oay-.Jnb n :\Iacrnorinp. 
Ottmoa f'if!l-AI"'lRnder 
p"nce. 
Smith's Fall.o-Snlnmon \lvlne. 
f:r'>e
 v
llr-Dunran 'tm'ri
on. 
Itacn"t. d' [["rion-O. Th(.mR'm, i\J.A. 
Bllc ' . i '.fJltam and c,lT/Il)a[(m7-Petcr 
Un,l-a)". 
Litcl!fit'ld-.Jobn I.iUdRSY. 
lIuntly-.Ju.mcP! 
ÌllI'llIir. 
[3-1!) 1 


Bccl.-1.oilh- William !\Iaehutchin60n. 
Vacant Charge-ltlcbmond. . 
Ordained MMsirmar!l-Rev. W. WlnU. 
PRESBYTERY OF KI:-IGSTON. 
Rev. .John :\Iachar, D.D., Kingston, 
Clerk, pro tern. 
Meets at KingRton on the First Wed- 
nesday in 
'ebruary, May, August, 
and November. 
KingsWn--Jobn )lachRr. D.D. 
sPyrrwur East-Robert r-
ill. 
QW'An's (JJUege-JfI. Williamson, LL.D. 
James George. D. D. 
.BPlleville-..\rcbibald Walker. 
Canulen-Willillm K !\I;ll'kIlY. 
Sterling-Ale"ander Buchan. 
PRESBYTERY OF 'I'OROX'I'O. 
Rev..J. Barclay, D,D., Toronto, Clerk. 
Meets at 'foronto on the First Tue
day 
in Ft:bruary, 
Iay, August, and r-ov. 
E
?uesiTlg and ,Uillan-Pekr Ferguson. 
King-Jobn Tdwse, :\I.A. 
Chinguacousy-Tbomas Johnson. 
.
mw---Alexander Lt!wis. 
Eldon-.Jobn lIlacmurchy. 
Toronto-John Barclay. D.D. 
Clarke and Hopt:-:5amuel Porter. 
Hfìrnby-WiIIlam Barr. 
NoUawasoga-.J..bn Camphell, 
I.A. 
Thorah-David Wllttinn, )I.A, 
Darlington-John II. 1\lackerras, )I.A. 
.ðlulnLUr-Archibl!.ld f'olquhnun. 
&ntt and Uxbridge-William K)dd. 
lYpwmarket--John Brown, 
.ðlarkham-.James Gordon, .!\I.A. 
Scarboro'-James BRin, 
Pickering-Sam up} G. 
Iaccau!!hey. 
Brock, Reach æ J.laripnsa J, Cllmpbell. 
Vacant Clwrges-Vau!!;blln. W.HwilLim- 
bury & Innisf:ìl, Peterboro'. Wbitb:r. 
Ordained Missionarie.
-){ev. Martin S. 
Livingstone, Hev. WilIiaDl 'IcKee. 
PRESBYTERY 01' QUEBEC. 
Rev. Duncan Anderson, ;,\I.A., Point 
Le\"i, Clerk. 
Meeb at Quebec on the First Wednell- 
day in }<'eb., !\lay, Au
ust, a1J.d 
OT. 
Quebec-.Juhn Cook, D.D. 
.Yew Riclnnnnd-Jllhn Davi\Ison. 
Jálcartier-Davï.1 Shanks. 
Point .út>i-Duncan Andel'RoD, M,A. 
Three llit.ers-GenrJ.!:e D. Ferguson. 
Vacant C /wrge-)lelbourne. 
PRESBYTERY 01' MO:-l'l'REAI.. 
Rev. Woo. Snodgra
s. 1IInlltre
1, Clerl. 
:\Ieets at 
Iontreal on the :First Wed- 
nesday In February, 1I1ay, Augi1st, 
and 
ov('mber, 
Jl mtreal, St. .Andrews-Alex. Mathie- 
son, D.D. 
Chatham-Wi1\lam ';alr. 
Ormstown-JameR And..rsrn. 
GefITgetm.on-.James C. Muir. 
LacltÌlU'-WilIiaDl Simp
()ll, 
lluntinQdon-Alex. ''''allaee, B.A. 
St, LouÍ&-.James T. Pltul. 
Brauhw'nm's-ThoDlRs Ilaij.!. 
Beuhridge-John Ma,'dl'nltld. 
Rltssplllown-Frederick 1'. 

 m. 
.ð[,mtrral, St, l'uu['s- \\ m. Suud!!rllss, 
"'Imnt Chargc.s-Dund,'e, Lllprairie, 
HI'mmingfurd, 8t. EURt"ce. 
Rc1ired MinÙter-Rev. J. hn Merlin. 
PR
BYTERY 01' GLE!\G'RY. 
Rev. I>eter 
leYicar, IIIartintown,Clerk. 
'JeptR on the Third W ednl'
day in 
January, 1\Iay, and S"ptember. 
Cornwall-Hugh Urquh
rt. D D. 
Úlncasler-Th"IDIiR :\Ilicpher
un, l\I.A. 
Fin r "-Donl\l<l :\Ionro. 
Williamsburgll-Tbonuis Scott. 
Osnabruck-lllJ"bert Dollie. 



54 


CLERGY. 


[1858. 


.Martint01vn-Petpr'IcVicar, 
L"chiel-Donsld l\lacd Inald. B A. 
Hîlliamstmvn-I'pter Watson. ll.A. 
Vacant C/wrgps-L'Orignal. Plantal!a- 
net, Cot\! !5t. Geor
e, Indian Vmds, 
Coteau du Lac, Vallkleek llill, Dal- 
housie :mlls. 


S"UO(} of the PI'esbytednu 
Cl1ul'ch of Canada. 
OJ/ìcprs of 8.vnfld. 185i-8-Rev. Geørge 
8mellie. "'er:.ms, l\Iuderatnr; Hev. 
"""ïlliam Rdd. A.M.. Torunto, Clerk 

f Synod. anù Genersl Ageut for tbe 
Schcmtls of the Church: John Red- 
pRfh. Esq.. !lIont, r..al Treasurer for 
}'ureign Mission }'und. 
PRESBYTERY OF MONTREAL. 


[cfis-William :'\JcAliRtcr. 
Quebec-William ll. Clark. 
Lachute-'fboma;; ll..nry. 
Indian Lands. d:c. "'Áenyon-Daniel 
Gordon. . 
Osna/rruck. d!c. *DicJ.:inson's Landing 
-.lobn C. Quln. 
J/rmtrp'll, (Cote StTPel)-Donald Fraser. 
A. 'I. (St. Gal,riel St.)-Alexander 
I'. Kemp. 
Rf. SIJI!Ip.stf'r-Wi11illm Scott. 
llín
l(Jw-Ewen !\IcLenn. 
Lochiel-Duncan Cameron. 
L'.ed
-JameR J\lcContlcby. 
OITl1wall-Hugh Campbell. 
I./ml'/lster-John Anderli'on. 
St. I rlUis de GonzagUIJ, d:c.-Robert 
IIIc.\rthur. 
En!}lÙh Hi1!er. *HflWic!.'-.John Milne. 
I ntl"I'11..ss-.Iohn Crow bie. 
Vallkl ek Hül,-Petpr Currie. 
B",<tun, U. S.-W. )IcLaren. 
D. }'J IIser, .Presbytery Clerk, :(\Iontreal. 


PRESBYTEJlY OF LONDO!'. 


,Zr)rra. * Ðm.lirll-Donald 'lcKenzie. 
NUI.th EaKt/lOpe. *.straljilTd-Daniel 
Allen. 
Simtjirrd-'fhomas )JcPberson. 
.Ald/,oro'-Duncan lI!c\1illan. 
]:;qm()11r1viILP- William Grabam. 

iif('Jwll-.JtJ.mp
 t"imJIay. 
III!7e1"so/J-Huhert \\ allaee. 
Ek {I'M and .!tfosa. *Stratltburn- 
\'iiIlhm R. SlItlH'rlllnd. 
Chatham-An;zus 
l"Coll. 
1I'ì/linms-l Rchilin I\Icl'her
on. 
1r;,()(].<tnck, Krwx's Church-William 
S.Ball. 
1"I1"ni !-Davlrl Walk,r. 
Lnndon-.Jnhn Scott. 
Bllxton-WiIIillm King. 
Brllcplipld
Iuhn HO
R. 
1J':j()d...tock. Chalm.er's Church-Duncan 
I\kDilirmid. 
A mltprstburgh- VaMint, 
Blundford. *lnnerJ.ip-Andrew 'fol- 
mil'. 
I'l!/II/pton. *Errm-William Troup. 
Port Stanipy-William Hoak. 
S'I1l!7Pflt-.Jamp!' :\lc
llughton. 
Lnbn-JanwR F('r/!u"on. 
11/'Jn1'e-.J..hn Gauld. 
.'fumillqton. * ./Jlillbank- William T. 
:\Ic\(uJIr'n. 
St. 'l'homa.<-Alpxlmdcr Young. 
Pingol-Jnhn 'lc)lillan. 
'f'iI1I/l1'y-.John i'h /lith. 
lo' idf/pJmlJn- \\ll1iJnll Forest. 
j]"fJc]p'illp-.I"hn Hl.'tlnie. 
Sf. ftklr/l's-DI\\id Beattie. 
'f','wIIIP.;(rlTd- V"ran f. 
Rrlrl'Ù';,tnn- W. 
J,']drum. 
Jolin Spott, l're
')ytery Cltlrk, London. 


prillSBYTERY OF HA
IU.TON. 
&ltfleel an,I Binà1"ook. "'Tapleywwn- 
George Cheyne. 
Dundas-M. Y. Stark. 
Galt-John Bayne. D. D. 
Fl;r!}us--George Sm..llie, 
Cum1l
inS1,ille and Nairn. '" KiUJride- 
Alex. McLean. 
Owen Snund-Vacant. 
Brantfnrd-John Ale"ander, 
.Ayr-Duncan I\JeHuar, 
GwJph-8aIDlwl Youn
. 
Caler/nnia. *SeneC(l-James Black. 
I..assagaweya-Andrew .J. :\IcAuley. 
HumiUnn, (Knox's CJmrclt)-Hobert 
In'ine. D.D. (McNab Street Church) 
-David In
1is. 
Rlris-Andrpw :::teven. 
JJHlp.sley. *Nithburfllt-R. D. McKay. 
St. Catharine"-Hobert F. Burns. 
Blenheim. *Princetrnvn-J. GillespIe. 
ÐJsiPu.
1inch. *.AbcI1"ylp-A. :\IcLl'an. 
HHlinytun S'Ium'e and * JVaterduwn- 
William :\lcludoe. 
J>nrt Drn..er and *SimcOl'-Wm. Craigie. 
Elnra-.James 1\Iiùdl..miss. 
*Doon und J'llW Hope-Thomas .J. 
Hodgkins. 
Dunnvillt-Rohert .Tamieson. 
Bprlin-A, C. Geikie. 
H';ost Pu.,lincl!-Andre,., l\IcLean. 
Niogara- Yacant. 
Wi",'wich-G. Cutbbert
on. 
.Allan;'ville-.Tohn J rvine. 
"Jarvis, Walpnle-J. 
lcRobie. 
:\1. Y. Stark, Pres, Clerk, Dundäs. 
PRESBYTERY OF 'I'OROXTO. 
Robert Burns, D. D.. (Pnf...ssor of 
C urch Historv and Evidences of 
Chr stianity, Knox's Colh.ge); l\1. 
'Willis, D. D., (S. S. T. 1'., Knox's 
C'ollegr:>.) 
1Jíthout CJ/fIrge-.TaIDes Harris. 
lV"itl>y-Thoma
 Lowry. 
'\llIiam U..id, A.M., (Agent of the 
Churcb, &c. 
raughan- Y acant, 
ChillguaclJ/lsy-A. T. HolnlP!'. 
*rnrk Nills and .J.1isltennlle-Tbomas 
Wi!!;htman. 
T/I01'UI! and Eldon. *Beaverton-John 
.l\lcTs\ i
h. 
Actnn-John l\JcLachlan. 
Geo. P. Young. (Prof..

orofExegetical 
'fbe<'logy, &c., K Uf)X'" College. 
0,Û"1oille-JanwR rii
b..t. 
Stref'i
!Jille-Hol)ert Ure. 
,UlI1.k,wm. * Buttonrillp-R. C. Swinton 
*Orillia and Oro--.John Gray. 
Union & NrYf'1.'al-.J. Alexander, A.1\I, 
King. *N"bletnn-.Jame
 Adams. 
Barrip and Inni.<fìl,-Y8.I'ant. 
S,.orl,nro'. * .Bllpsmere-.John Lain
. 
*!tfiltnn and Bnsion C/wrclt-Jailles 
:\litcbell. 
*_ishburn and Uii"(1-TboUlas !:'harp. 
Erin wId Cal don JI'f.st-Yacant. 
Red Riv r-John Hl..cl(. 
!\"1Inx's ('ll11r,.I!, 'llorrmfrÞ--Vacllnt. 
('()nl,'f"S ('hurcll-\\'. Greg!!;. A. 1\1. 
T. Wi;;htmall, Pres. Clerk. *York :mlls. 
PRESBYTERY OF COBOLi!G, 
Smith Ca1'Un and *JfillbrooJ.-Jnmes 
Doul!la
R. 
('"l,nurg-Donnld :lI,'T,eod. 
P"lerl>oTn'-.John 1\1. Hog..r. 
Gr(1ff/m *llf.lldimallll-.J. W. 
mith. 
*B.iUin,'nrp (17111 Dld Sprillgs-William 
.J. M..Kpnzie. 
()inllalJlj-l<'rlmcis Andn'\\"s. 
Darli1lfllnn-.Tnhn I'mith. 
Sprir,gl.il/p-Wi1Iimll III .in. 
.l\'nrwt}nd-.TIt!llP
 110wiA. 
Q,riwrÙlht a'fld J/o7l1'er.<-''t. Vi'indell. 
*rPI'c!,;11Id .'iP!/1nnur-Yar'a.nt. 
Jamc!' Buwie, I.'ff'
. f']prk, 
orwocd. 
[350] 


PRESBYTERY OF KINGSTON. 
Bplle1,..ille- Y IIcant. 
Huntingdcm d' 'l'yendinoga. *Melroæ 
-JsmO's Ilume. 
Picton-'f. S. Chambers. 
* !'rentnn. &Omseccm-J. A. Thompson. 
Gananoque-Henry Gordon. 
King.
ton (Brock Str
...t)-And Wilson. 
( () halmer,.' C hUTCh)- V Bcall t. 
All/doc-D. Wishart. 
William Gregg, Pres. Clerk, BellevilJe. 
PREI'BYTERY OF BROCKVILLE ð: OTTAWA. 
William Smart, without cbarge. 
Pr
scu!t-ltobert lloJd. D. D. 
Gl(}uce.<trrand N. Gower. *Kars-W. 
Lochead. 
Dalhousie-James Gegj<ie. 
NcNab and lIortnn. * White LaX..- 
S. C. Fru
er, A. 
J. 
Ottawa-'l'h(lwas 'Wltrdrope. 
Edwardsb-urgh-A ndrew Melville. 
Wakfýìeld-John Corbett. 
Becl,with-Peter Gray. 
Perth-James B. Duncan. 
*.Aylm
r and Npppan-.J. L. Gourlay. 
Brock-vill,,-.JanwR Smitb, A,lH. 
Bristol-David Wardrr'pe. 
Pt
ml>roke-Henf.} I\lc:\Jeekin. 
O.<gr,ode an.' RusseU-VaclUlt. 
Ramsay-Vltcant. 
!\pmptÎ.'ille-Varnnt. 
H'ést Port-A. Crawfc)rd. 
S. C. Fra
..r. Pres. CI..rk. *White Lake. 
N. B.-Whe-re a !\1iniRf-l'r bas two or 
more Congregations, the nRme of his 
Post Office is marked thus (*). 


Unite(} Presbyft,I'lnu Church 
in. Can.ad.... 

ext )leeting of Synod to be held In 
Hamilton, on 'fup
day, .June 1, 1858, 
at 7
 o'clock. 1'.1\1. 
Rev. .Julm Porteous. :\loderator. 
William Fraser, CleJ'k. 
PRESBYTERY OF LOXD01f. 

finisters. P. O. .Add7U!. 
.Tamps 8kiuner............. ....... London 
.Tohn .J. A. Proudfoot. Clerk... Lonrlon 
John Logie....................,... ...... Hay. 
.Iohn J<'ra
"r ........ ............... Goderich 
William Ca\'lm... St.I\Inry's, Dlancnard 
\\ iIIi '00 Dcas......... ............ Wi
beach 
:\Iattbew Barr............,..... Hsrpurhey 
Alexauder W. W a.ddell...... Ridgetown 
Archibald Cross......... ...,..... Ingersoll 
John Ho
g... ...... ......... Detroit. Mich. 
.James Duncan............ ........ ßavtield 
.Juhn Futheringbam....... ...... Kirkton 
William In
1iR..................... London 
William W u.lker ...... .......... CbRtham 
Vacancies-Or..\" 'furllherrv. BrUr'e- 
fi..l<i. !\i

ouri \\'est. :-;is
ouri North, 
I<'lorenr'e. Woodstock. Downie, Tilbury, 
Grant Co., Wi8COllf'in. 
PRI:
BYTERY OF FL.\MBORO'. 
Thoma
 Cbristie ....... West Flnmboro' 
Andr..w }'erri..r. D.D. ............. Seneca 
Ah.xander Ritcbi.. ......,..... ......... Ayr 
.John l'lirteous. Cipi k ......... KiJ'kwall 
William 1\1. Chri
tie... ......... f'hippaw8 
"illiam Orllli
ton, A.:'\L.... IlItl1Jilton 
WillialIl DickRon.................. Thorold 
John I,ees.......... ................ Ancaster 
l'åcancy-8t. Geor:.re. 
PRESBYTERY OF TOROXTO. 
.Tohn Taylor. )1. D. ............... 'foronto 
William }.faser................ Rond ll..lld 
Alexand..r KennO'dy .......... Dunhllrton 
Da"<irl f'outts ......... ........'... Ma}field 
.John Jennings. D.O. ............ TOJ'OI.ltO 
Ppfer G1/1
sford...... ...... ...... f'olermne 
.TamO'R lJi('k, Clel.k...... Richmonù Hill 
.I"hn Rnird ..................... DUlll'art"n 
James Pringle .................. Brampton 



1858. ] 


CLERGY. 


55 


PRESBYTERY OF C\N.\D\ E\ST. 
William Taylor, D.D., Clerk. Mnntrpal 
.James "at
on............... Huntingdon 
Jobn l\IvrTÏ!'on...... 'Waùdington. N, Y, 
VacG1.cÚ's-Lachute, 
cw Glasgow. 

berrington. 
PRESBYTERY OF L.\XARK. 
William Aitken.......,.... Smith's Falls 
A. Hendprson. (,Ierk... Fitzrov U>\rbor 
Thomas \
 at.son...... .,....... Pl
kenham 
PRESBYTERY OF DURHA'!:. 
James 'Iacint.osb....., Amherst T!<land 
R. H. 'fhorntou, Clprk ........' VI hitby 
John Cal'l'ie ............ ......... Port Hope 
George Lawrence........,..,......... Orono 
Robert 
Ionteath ......... Prince Albert 
.Jobn Ewing ............ !llount 
'Iellsant 
Gilbert Tweedie......... ......... IIlaripo!'a 
.John Scott ,............................. llath 
W. C. Young .........,............... (Jarkp 
A. C. StUllt.t............,........ Perry town 
PRESBYTERY OF WJ:,LLIYGTOY, 
.John Duff .................. ,........... Elora 
William Barrie ..................... Guclpb 
Robert Tort'anee, Clerk .......... Guelph 
.James Caldwell ................ Stewarton 
.John James... .................. ......... Galt 
Vacancies-Garäfraxa, Eden Mills. 
PRESBYTERY OF BRAII'T. 
David CIIW ..................... ......... PariI' 
George ]II urra
' ............ ...... l'rincpton 
Thomas Stevensnn............... Stratford 
A. A. Drnmmond, Clerk...... Urantford 
Robert Ro(h:ers ............. Ti\!'onbur
h 
.John Dunbar.................. GIPmnnrris 
Patrick Ureig ,.. ...........,..,... Mohawk 
Vacancies-
orwicil\iIle, Morning- 
ton, lllandfOl'd. 
PRESBYTERY Ol!' GREY. 
James GibMn ............... Owen Sound 
'Walter Ing\is ............ ,.... Riwr!'dlllp 
:to

.
w}

:.
I

k :'.: :::::::::. :
e;,


 
Vacancie.s- W alkerston, Brant, Sable 
River, 
:SOTE.-Tn the ab
ve List thp Po!'t 
Office Address hllR IJPcn substitutNI 
for the Xam" of the Congregation, by 
request, 


Associate pnsbyt'n ClnU"ch 
In CSlla(la. 
PRI:SBYTERY OF STUfFORD. 
:deeUl the First 'fne
day in :\Iay and 
10ïrst Thun;day in October. 
Dllmfrip.s-James 
trang, ('Iprk, Olllt. 
Es'lw'ðing-John Gille
IJie, :\Ioderätor, 
Milton. 
pnrt RéJÎnsnn-Rnbert. 
fcAlIister. 
Slamford-D. II. Goodwillie. 
En{llish Sdfll'mI'1It and Kumol'a-J, B. 
Wi1!'IJn, London. 
Ilplll 111 i fI!I.<,Jr,rd (1wZ Ili1lchinbrouk- 
William Hl\wtb"rnA. 
racant-York & Cmington. 


"\Vesl{')'nn 1'14.'. hodist Churcll 
In ("snncla. 
Enoch Wood. l're!'idpnt of thp Confer- 
pn
p aUlI General 
np('rintendpnt of 
}1i""i.ons; John R,..r!<Iln. Co Del... 
gate; James SJJcncer, Secrct'lfY. 
TORO'õTO DI"TRII'T. 
'lÞnmfo D,<t-Jolln ]}orland, r:nhf>rt 
Fnwlpr. An!'on Gre..n. D. D.. Sup' d.: 
Jorlllthan S
ott, Sup'y.; Geor!!e){. 
Smdel on, ßook Stewa:d: .Tamp!, 

peneer. }",lit"r: }:e;erton Ryerf'on. 
D.D., 1.lIeh1in 'rllylor. 
TQ1'Ontn WÞ.,t-G"orl!:e D011\!lass, .James 
H. Ri
h(,p. John I \;',troyd, 
n<.slon-Hichard .Ioues, 11, .Jackson. 


Iónge Str"t
Hellry Wilkinson. .Jf'hn 
Hunt, E1. B. H) ekman, A. B.; 11. 
Dpan. Rnper:\nnuated. 
Albioll-'l'bos. Law!<on. A. F. Fld bpr. 
Brampfml-Wm. AndreW!!, Benjamin 
.Jone!<. James Dixon. 
('nQkS1'iUf-.T limes l'i orris. 
JVM.tI.y-Willia.m WiI\oughby, Th08. 
pparRon, 
,Uar1.-ham-Thos. ('ampbl'H. ('orneli.us 
}<'Iummerfe\t. Supefimnnat
d. 
OaJ."I'iUe-A, T. Green. Wm. L. Scott. 
.tfilton-Francis Coleman. 
ftfono-.Jtlme!' CIRrk. 
Orar1l1'"'l'ille-WiIIi>tm Sutton. 
Stou.tn'illp-Alfred AmlrHws. 
Prmce Albprl-John W. Sava!!"e. 
Ric1l1u'd .Jone<:. (bRirnu.n; Henry 
Wilkinson, Financial Secretary. 
HA3HLTON DISTRICT. 
Hamiltf)n-
auuel D. Ril'f', Ephraim 
ll. Harper. Charles Lavell, Samuel 
Ddton. f;upel"lmnuRted. 
Dlmdas-8amud Rose. .Jas. Morgan. 
JratprdO'!l'n-Th(,mas Jeff...rs. 
Gl'In,/firnl and Semca-Jas. llughes. 
I!'aac Tallman. 
Nænticol.e-Thomas "Williams, Wro. R. 
:\Iurdpn, 
Dunm'ille-1'eteT Ker, Thomas Co1>1>. 
Ca.1JlIga-John r<baw. 
Grimsby-J. J.:ng\i:;h. .J. C, Ilamilt9n, 
Smitlnillp-EdwlIl"d Wbite. 
St. Cutharines-Wm. "!I1cCullouglt; T. 
Devitt. Super:mnuat..d. 
TlIol"Old-J G. Laird, .JIIIDP!< Ooodwin, 
DrummondvilÙ' cf- Suspension Bridge- 
G. :-I, A. 1<'. 'f. Di"on. 
lYiagara-Jf'hn Wakt.field, 
IJélland-J. Arwbtr<'lI
, ß. S. TInRkin ; 
Jubn Baxter, ltcu1.>en E. 
'uI)per, 
8uperllnnnated. 
rui1lSville-Jam..I< Harris, 
Samuel Rose. Cbairman; S. D. Rice, 
I:ïnancial Secretary. 
DRA!'TFORD DISTRICT. 
Branlford-1. B. 1I"ward; Hamilton 
m!j!llr. Superannuated. 
J.Þmnt Pl
.
allt-Cl'orJ!e Goodson; R. 
IIeyland. ,:uJJl.ranrmated. Claudius 
ll
rne, Snpet'llumerllry. 
Paris-O. 11. .Ellswortb. 
]JT"odstock-Asah. I II urlburt. 
St. (;pnr!le-J osepb l\le
bruore, .James 
F. :\Ie8smore. 
[(1gprsoll-George Kennedy, 'rimothy 
Ed wards. 
Norwich-J Of;pph 
heplrl. 
Simcne-W. S. Griffin. 
DfJl'er-I!'liac Barher, 
mtlsingham-Ww. Lund; 
Iatthias 
Holtliy. 8upen,ulllcnuy. 
Delhi-C. W. M. Gilbert. 
BV1/ham-ß. P. Drown, 
Å.lJimRr-Ozi.lIs Bllrber, .T. N. Lak.e. 
'-imna-Ed\\in Clrm..nt. 
X
w Credit-David Wrhht. 
Grawl Ri1'er-Tbowas j,'a.w
'Ctt, "Will. 
j{,el"l!on. 
A
Ri1PI Hurlburt, Ch
lrm!tn; 1. n. 
Howard, }'i nancial ::Iecretary. 
LO:!ilDO
 DISTRICT, 
Londnn-.Tuhn Duu!'p..I. Prp!'ton. 
London r;I'clIit-J. A. Williams: Jolm 
A. Clark: Edmund 
toney, SUI,'d. 
Pinqal-:\llIttb.w::'\\ann. 
]
-;"/minst r-'l'hc.Jl1:1s ('rew'l; ,[homa
 
Hannon. 8ul'prllJl1I11ßt Q d. 
."It 1'lInmvs-l\:c.bl...... t:ngli!'h. 
Strathrny-I: L. 'fuehr. 
Wilrwick-Thomas S. IIowllrd, Alex. 
LaDl!fnr<l. 
Hi'st NcUittivr(l7(-l]eorge ßrown. 
fflflm 4ord-Ri r h,u'd ./. Foreman. 
nffl ,.,t..LIII
y-l;"ol"" 1'(1ebrl\
. 
[351 ] 


Be1mont-.Tf'bn lIutcbJDf'on: "Willis.1 
Warner Clllrk. 
John DOII!'e. Ch..iI"Dllln: .John A. Wil- 
liams, }'inaneh\l 
ecrl'tllr,'. 
CH
THUf DI
'fRIt:T. 
CIIO/ham-Wm AlJlP
, 
lIroUtl Dnwn. 
Mount El!rin and MU71cey-.llls. Mu". 
grove. l\l. Whitill!!. A. ::-ickles. 
J.foUllt B'!I"gf'$- \\îlliam E:l' age. 
W;Údsvil1e-Edwin !-'ellke. 
JI"iLllocP!mroh- V aCR11t. 
Plarence-'\'m. lIilWke. 
M, rwfh-Wi\1iam Dignnm: Richarù 
J'helps, Sup'd. 
Oo.<fif'ld and Rochuter-T. At1,inson. 
S Indwich and níl,d.<O'T-:'. 'L"II,'kcr. 
ATllhe-rstJ..urgh-William Chapman. 
P,}rt Sarnia-Franci8 Hen'v. 
J,(aO'Tpfnwn-.T. lIod
s"n. 0: }'. Urick. 
."It, Clair-Solomon \\ /lld,'on. 
ml1l'nlp J..lal1d- Wi\li"1ll :\1. C""lP:v. 
Jllmefi !I1u
t:!:Yove. Chairman; William 
Amtls, }"inIll1cial Secretllry. 
GUELPH DISTRICT. 
Gudph-Roliert Cooney, D, D., J, hn 
.JJick
on. 
Galt-Jo!<eph Hugill. 
Etnra-Chas. Syh estpr, "'m. C. J.uke. 
IJfrlin-Luth-r O. llice, AlcKandcr 
Sutherhm<l. 
Blenheim-HellTY Reid. 
l'pp/'-ARron l'tIiJ!er. .J. R Dver, 
Genrgelnwn-f'amn..l C. Philp. 
Erin-Uob...rt LocheRd. 
}t
l1eslel/-'fhf\mas UolJson. 
E1Tlla
Vllcant. 
h
lllnce-G. Wa!'l1ington, Wm. Cross. 
lluwick-John IJf'ugb. 
L, Wllrnpr. Cbairnuln; C. 

 l'l"cster. 
l"inllncÏal f'ecretllry. 
GODERICII DISTRICT. 
Gndf'rich-.Jühn S. E'I"ons. 
Stmfji'rd-ThOITIRs C""fhrd. 
Sr. J.fury's-AI
xaJldt'r Cllmpl>eJl. 
J.fitchFlt-Andrew 
mith. ::;, DOlld, 
('linton-Thoma" Cle.,b 'rn. 
Del'onshiTc-Ephraim L. Koylc. Daniel 
Connolly. 
BII'y,fi.eW-Vacant. 
Ki1lcardine-Andrew Edwards. 
Bruce-!:'sDlu...1 C. Spelv. 
mnvannsh- WillÏI,m WilliaC1s. 
7"Peliwafer- TholllllS Had well, 
,Jforris-IRaac Crane. 
Tho!!. Cosfol"ll. C1:airmlln; Thos, Cleg. 
burn, J,'inänl'ial Eccrcfllr.)'. 
LAKE SUPERIOR DISTRIl T. 
P('lrrm Rit'PT-.Jr.mcs Asbllualoe. 
J>7'c-Geor
e mlllwr. 
Micltipicn/ml-II..nry P. f'hll
p. 
Garden Ri1'er-ThnIllHs TlUI'lhurt. 
Bruce lIlille.
-Dl1\"id .J"lIJ1il1g
. 
Thomas Hurlburt. f'hairman. 
O"EN SOUXD DI-TRICT. 
Sf'II'a,
h-Colllllil Vandusen. 
r(Jlpny's Bay-' ae[\nt. 
Oll'm SIt/lnd-.J. I,. IÜ'rr; .Tuhn :l'iet>- 
Illnd
, SUP'"rnum...nlry. 
St. Vincent-G"ol"!/,IJ l\lc:">amsl3. Wm. 
Irwin. 
S'!7Iqpen-.J. K. '\"ï\li
ton. 
SOlli"ampfn'TI-
teph"'lI ßrowneU. 
.trra1Z-WiPiHm U. Dyrc. 
Durham-I'hili" Hol'''. 
Jfount l1nc</-Th(,ma!< Culbert. 
n,isl
y-Wi\liam h..I-<m. 
fhmm'PT-G,,"r!p .TllcQuel<. 
TMm(rre-WiIIi,lm ::-h:Înncn. 
.11"/ 11/ ',<i(1-.Jo!<l'ph Hill. 
Conrad YRmln<i'n, f'IJ>\Ì1TI1:':t: .J. L. 
Kerr, Finllncial S..e!et:ir\". 
D.\RRíL Di iI-If'!'. 
!Jurrie-J. W. :'!cl 
.1!'.JJn. 



56 


CLERGY. 


[1858. 


bmis/ì.l-Thon'R8 Sh.hhs. 
nl"ll,{I"rrl-I. ii, Ayl""WOl.th, M. D., 
'\ï\liam HUlller. 
Llo!/{it,wn-O(,or!!;e ;\lcRitchie. 
(:j(),
'slll'lml-('hlirles 'fnrver. 
.turnrtJ-WiiH"1ll McFadden, A. H. 
CIIm"b.,II, 
K Une!'ur.'}I,-Ho1:wrt Cor
on. 
j[ollmld.L<Jl'ding anù SIt,d:e Isiand- 
G..or;rl' 'l'hl>ßM:'I I:ieh"rd
on. 
E'Lm l-\..Ì,'IJ'J!"" 
1,'D()I'-311. 
Fl(js fwd 0, .-a.a-A. tI1i1lij!"an. 
J>Clldtl'iI,lli,,/t nc æ Bcauooli<?l Islaft'I- 
E. 
all.-.w!<. 
Pn'Flch Nil e r - Y nw nt. 
(V{l;llywood lJarbnUI"-Robt. Gr.h!lm. 
.J.
í,tl(lI()"S';!Jfl-Thos. IItlnua. I. Bilker. 
William 
ld'''ld.tl'n. Chairman; I ll. 
A) h'
'nH th, Finll.uci.\l Secreta..y. 
COBOURG DISTRICT. 
robomv-.J ,hn Hn'din; John Beatty. 
8upI" iutelult'llt. 
Flirt If. p--I:irh:n'd Whiting, AlIlo
 
E. Rus!<. W. C. 1('
lIùer"on. 
H'I{'(;Jfln/'dlp-.J. C'. :-htte!". '\'. Brvers. 
.y,"w(;t,flll'-\\ m. Philp. Edw,u'ñ ('iH.!!o!', 
f\'1'{'o"'J'd (!mi &Ìtoo:Jo[J - WilIhlm 
Ukh lI'd-o", 
A!l!w:e .JI ,'im'l--Fylvcstcr lIurlLurt. 
.T. Sund.t). 
AlTtwiä.: Cj,'c'/if-'I. Drl'nvan. 
CI/.'wT7/e-('h>lrlus'l'lIg!!art.. 
B
lg!I"m-W.:-1. Bhll;kstock, 
P
n!/-l;dward \\'ard, W. 
.\n,krson. 
John Hv..rsnll. Co-ddt'2:Nte, ChairUl>ln: 
Jdm- Urt'ct!'n, l"ia:llJC'Ï.,I 
t'cl"t!tal'Y. 
PETEr.I10RO' mSTRICT. 
P.-wrl,rJ?'n'-Willbm 8cott. 
JfillIlTw"l,;-Th ,,,. lItl:n'.r..st. 'V. Young, 
llù..,c Llkr-W..Ilington .JetTel'/;, 
Li1ll,m./f-.r. (ìl't'eller. A. L. }'ctcr"on. 
o w'))Ire- \\ iIIiam ßriden. 
}Vorwo d-.J. U",ldf,'lIow, D. .Jackson. 
Art'ne-Il. :\lcD"wt'll. 
BI'idg"10l'1I1 r/ld A/lid Lal.e-S. L.}on. 
BrrJC/.,-'ð. }'e.,r. 
/Jv1,car/Yl'n/i,--.T. 4.-b. 
WiilixIIl :-:C.,tl. C'h"kman; .J. Greent'r, 
:Fia!lIl,'iH.l :&('1'. ta ry. 
nrLl.EvILLE DISTR.ICT. 
E'll 1
lll'-,TII}'n Carroll, 'f. S. J{pough' 
r.bll
""on-John l.t'vcr, I). H. }In(iflen 
Ficlo/l-Ch"rles Fish: Gilbert Miller. 
lhlli...l ,It. 'Iull,.n. 8up"l'n1Jmerarics. 
Hillf.,rd-.Iod !lrig'
s. II. M"'
PRlJ. 
S:d""!I-.T "0. Law, Arthur H""Wllillg; 
John DII\
k. :-1u'Jt'rltnnu..te(1. 
Frant:I;,,',1 /l1
l T{"plltrnl-
I. !<'aw,:...t.t. 
Dw."j., ..t"'llr-\\ ilham f'olt:nHlII. J. II. 
Clar
'''Il: C
'ru
 It. AIIi
lIn. f:uper'd. 
.<; IUlflnol/,.it/I'-:.uth,.!" Huughton. 
il'w.'lel:f"l',1l1iul "'id<ngl'm l
ood-U. 
H:n;t,'r. n. 
:utl1t'rlnl)ll. 
J/,itr>c-Th ,t.l:1"; )[c:\1 ull('n. 
S../:rl':n!J-
'll"on Urown. 
.!..ha ('''1'''01. (,illLirman; D. B. ?ol!td- 
d
.I, ....inuuci II ",
crcrar.v. 
iì.I:\"O-'!' 'Y DlST\
((,T, 
Kill{l.<hn-Fphraim Fnl!l<, D.D., .John 
It n-'tts: r
. JI,vpr
. Sup
rnumlJ1af). 
TV,lf T.
ùm"-"
("mt. 
,Y<;l'l1l"e-H. SIi1!'ht, A. )1. R. WH-,IU. 
}Jril'nn-J. W O,-rman. .T, SiÜht. 
ÜfIllh"{.r','-\\ llliam BlIrTl
. 
N.:lt.'t aml <L1m\"'.<l :,,!.t;-D. Cbppi!<on. 
(}t.
lJr...:;t.,:... lon!)1f g. 
W,! ,-', ,-K'I..q'{ n-Geor;;è F.l']l\ytl'r. 
\\"111. D. '[i'I')' 
Gana -(:''')r _ -I 
"rr. 
S/'I1'''11 }fon-I> A. .Tob:}st...n. 
.v. W.'ìm.(,uf":- Wwttra :\i. I'II.Uj'!<O:1. 
O<o--VI\I"mt. 
D(qin - .T. O. Di"
:m>ln: Abnham 
U:iVlP>t11 Su"...rnllpU:ltpd. 
.1:'rIJìc/'SI'II!,;-.{ieu, l.!eJnon, .J. MiJls. 


Ncwl>U 1 1Th-GilTor1 Dorey; S. !\liles, 
Supt'I'annuat.,d. 
Cl1IlTel'illc and l:,mwOTth-.T, S. You- 
m'l"!!. \\ ilham Short.. 
Benjamin SIi.!;ht. A. 1\1.. Ch:ilrman; 
George Dey ulin, }'inaw'i:ù Secretary. 
BROCK\'ILLE !lISTRIC?, 
Broc
"1'17Ie-Ot'orge II. Da\'I-. 
l','es('otl- William Price. 
J/llilhmd-J. It...) nold
, J. )Iasson. 
p, rth-Hem'y La ton. 
KPtllplville-lJadd C. i\kDowtll. II. II. 
l't'rdue; n"JH'y gllalel, Supt'r'd. 
,Valilda awl Ðlu).(rúsburg-Jas. Gray. 
Ueoq;(' III. 
Iea',hllm. 
ltlnrrisburg-J B. AI m!<trr1ng. 
Smilh's }
Il.
- Y. D. lIuward. 
f'.rrlÜrn PldCt'-J(,bn HuWl'l!. 
L<lnm'l: 1-í.U'We ar,d .<;lltrbrtj(,7.-e
.Juhn 
C. Osb .rne: A. Adum
. t::up'd. 
Jlerric',t'lllc-R. BI'ew
t..r, '\. 
orton. 
n)l'llwull-l'eter GenU/tin. 
JVtndIPster-Fra-tus Hurlburt, 
11. Lanlon, Chairul'lll; G. II. Davis_ 
Financiltl Secretary, 
OTTAWA DbTIIICT. 
Ottawa f'ity
J1tIDeS Bl'lJck, 
Aylmu-S. IIun1ingtuII, '1'. a,'worth. 
lltc!/llInrul-Willialli'1umLlin. .Josel.h 
Kil.!ower. 
P.lc!.enlwm-TIoLert 1I,)bb
. 
L"O,'(gnal-R. rhllnmolld. J. D. Pugh. 
LocTialrer-WilIbm lIe"itt. 
O
.Q()od-Wm. :'II,'GiII, Eo A.Gl!t
sford. 
G..tiIlPUlt-Geurj!;f' Ca!<e. 
GlaT/'i/don alld Purl(J{Jt- du Rwte-lL 
]{u1JinRon. 
o ,,<lmo-.Jamp,! Hov. 
J.
if"'palll-W. 1I1,,;ton, .J. Lattimer. 
B'Il's c.rnrr,
-Wï)inm 
calc8. 
(}relll,ilie-,/ameM Mort is. 
H.int Alvalld r-' acant. 
Janu-s Brl.ck. Chuinn:m: Sillls Hunt- 
illgton, }'inanci'll ::;.,crelllry. 
)W:o.TREAL DISTRICT. 
N',ntl'eeù CenJre-.Juhn Gemlt'Y; .John 
D, ugl:ts. Supernumerary, 
J/ont'eJl Hé.-:t-I;t'.'rgp Youn
. 
-'frmlrenl E'I't-.J. K 
and..rsolJ, B. A. 
R'lwr[un-WilIiam Cn'i.!btnn. 
IJ.."lp.l/t'i/le-Alldl"..w Armstrung, 
St. Ji"lll's-Hichard f'larke. 
('lwml ly-VIJ.I'"nt. 
O,te'l T/J1L'II-.Jnhll Bllte. 
Ilr'1lI11lIn![/ord-8. K :\Iaudöley. 
/,'-u.<seltftlvn-.J(,hll '\\,b!<ter, 
l-lillltinylon-I:..1,.,rt llrown. 
Orm"lrJwn-WilIÌ>1I1I lI:msford. 
St.AfI(/1'pwl<-E, IJ. D('wart, KE.Swept 
Co.! vi[J"/w ll-Da \ iñ I1,udi". 
Georl!e YOU[\:!, Chairman; .J. Gemle.)'. 
}<'inancilll SI'aetarJ. 
Qu';nEC DISTRICT., 
Q'lpbec Ulld l\iint L,t';-.James Ellictt 
Pr,'.,ch J[,<.,Ùm-\'IIC,lIIt., 
J'ln'pc It i I'ers- Willi 1I
1 Pullar.t. 
'.,'rds-,Juh'l Arm>>tr..ng. 

\'P1v I,.dllnd - "acllnt. . 
.IidJIO/U'lIe- '1'. \\". ('.'n
t'\1.1e, n. Colp. 
[)anrille-ThomIiR n..rr:ck. 
Slwrbro,,!-p-Wil!iam D.l(rown. 
E.1tf/II-I:i .hsrd \\ iis In. 
G e."l'e- \' "rlmt. 
,JIlUlf'R J:I)i,.tt, Chairman: \\ iIIiam 
Pollard, Fin'lIIcial 
"cl'elary. 
STU;STt;\D DbTRICT. 
S',rnsfpwl-:\I,llcohll :\Icnonnld. 
nll/II,tcllt and O",!i(',,/.-e-.Jost'ph FIII'- 

'tb; .1ohn B. ::;(.lIey. 11-1. D.. Sup'd. 
If tll'lJ-.rohn \Vult,,". 
l'tL,l I: /Itf/n-
. K PhillipI'. 
S/":ffr,rd-W:lliam II, UaJ..('well. 
Gmnl'll-.TIIs. 'l'h"rnloe; K 15. Illgal1s. 
SupernUIDer:lrv. 
[352] 


Dunham-Rufns A. Jo1o.nders. 
H 1 rnham-.Jnhn D,nis. 
Sulton-Hiram f\lwlt,r. 
St. .Armand-} rands Hunt; D.IlHch. 
cock. SUpet'nuDlPrftry. 
""arenc
I'Íllc-J( bn 'l'lIm1dI
!I. 
Roxlon (Fnmch .JIÙsiún)-Thos. Char- 
bonell. 
.John f(1mliins, f'111Iirman; Rufus A, 
Flan lel's. }'innnci.tl 8enetary. 
HUDSO
 's BAY TERRITOr-T. 

YorW(!Y HOlt!!e, L!J.M n'
1ini]Jeg-Robt. 
UI'ookin!!;. 
Orford Ilriu,qp--('harles 
tJÏI;gfellow, 
Lac-Lu-l>l/li
-All1l1l ::;::llt. 
Ð/"'úntcJ'/l ITtIU,'e cf Ifncl..y NOlll1lain- 
'l'hOIDIiS Wnl!<ey, n..m'y St.eiubaur, 
RuLert Brooking, Ch"irnulJI, 


JICt110(1iSt NI:'v COllllcxi(Ju. 
TOROYTO DISTRICT. 
Tm-nnto-John Shuttleworth. 
YffT"kvillp- "acant. 
Whitchurch-J. n. I\P..
hl\w. J. Leach. 
1'rafalgar-'l'. ;\1. Jefflies. 
n,lalrm-T. 1
l"ed. 
Brnclt-E. I,erhh,nv. 

JfiTttm-J. Ca
\\l"ll. 
tí.rbriclgp-J. !::ilUt'on. 
J. Caswcll, ClJai1"lIIan. 
H.\MILTOY DlS'l'WCT. 
Rami/tern-D. 
'1TRj!"e. 
At Ylster-K WiIlillll1<. W. William!' 
Hd.o.!nd CUllal-::'. ll. Guud,)'. 
ßnrllm-.J. Villill<!. 
Xal<sagall'l'.ya-.T Wilkillson. 
.Yrh(I7l-.J. .'\IcAlIbt..r. 
Galt-.T. Rell. II. II ill. 
OI./fU[la-N. C. GOWHIl. 
Lal" Erie A/iil<Ínn-\\. Gundy. 
J. llell, Chairman. 
LOXDOY DISTRI<'T. 
Londnn-.J. II. Rohinslln. 
LondrYn 1Yortlt-.J. Scutt. 
ll,ward-ll. lIai;rh. 
I:lanslwrd-W. \!re
ton. 
Godp/-ich-'\'.l:irk!<. 
E1.frid-.J. Bn
l"'f\ iIle. 
,'fflrris-C. CUlT}". 
rlillbm-}'. 1:. "'t'aver, 
r;..py-.J. Yollick. 
.YIssouri- Yarant. 
rUcllr<t'r-S. H. Clinj!'lIIan, 
J. U. RoLiu
on, Chllil"lllllU. 
w 
TEnFor.D DI.-ilRICT. 
Jïalrrford-l'. G{.Jd-milh, U. ErCf\VB. 
Sf. 7'lcnmas-J. 1)01'1. 
.J/alaltide-W. Wt'hb. 

Y"r",idt-A. 'nJI,ill
or.. 
"IÙMllinn-.J. A. :\IiIlel. 
Ba./fllllm-T. HIIIIIJJ. 
T. Gold
mith, Cbait'man. 
C \ v \... DIbTR1C'I. 
Cúl'an-R. N. Hill. 
.Ifllm'pr
-.J. C. \\ "tt
. 
"\
 IVC/lStl,,- 'V. TilHlal 
l'rinr" Fdn'al'd-f/. \\ hit OIl'be. .J. JIm 
J. C. ""atts. f'hairm,m. 
JOIl"VSTOWN DI-TRIrT, 
Lflnd,'dntl!ll-.T. 
imp!<"II. 
J-;li:;al,plhtow1I-D. neUc" 
OrffJ/"(l-A. Clllrke. 
('rc,sby-D. D H,.J
t(ln, A. DemIHP.). 
nl'/lUltll",vJ-.J. Ua,nø 
t/arlbm'oa[j/'-'l'. t).!II.'II, 
.J. 
impson, Cb;<Ín""ll. 
OWE:'i f. )L
D n
 II!.I('T. 
ArlIIW'-D Auld. 
f["ll,md-.T. :\Iagnire 
fhtrhafil-J. U".ltli.... J. ,\ l\lker, 
OW"1I &lUnd-.T. lJi
t"n. 
&uthamptull-11. linmIDer:.ll'Y. 



1858.J 


CLERGY. 


57 


.trran-.J. f'mwford. 
.1. Histon. Chairman. 
)r<)"TRF
L DISTRICT. 
J{untreal-'V. :\lcr'Jure, J, 
pymour. 
D/mluun-\\. I.;;lrnett, C. :\lcl-:lvy. 
stan.<fead- Yal'ant. 
W. 
IcClurt', Chairman. 
fbnnexiol1al OJ/i.cers-T. Gold
mith, 
l'r.."i,lellt of tl.1e (\mlerence; J. II. 
n'lbil1f;nn. H .n'l Superinh>nùent of 
)Ii.si'm
; W. \rcClm'e, ll.f;
i
tantdo.; 
H. \\ ilhid!C'u. Sec'y ofCont"rerenctJ; 
'1'. I,0ttriù.:e, Treasnrer of the Con- 
nIJxion; J. C, ,\ atts, }'inanci:tl ::!ec'y. 


3Ietboñ.!st Eldscopal Cbllrc11 
in. Canada. 
PhilandoJr 
Ulith, Brooklin, General 
Superiutendl'/tt. 

IAGAl
.\. AX:,UAL C0XlfErrE
CE. 


Tr'RO'lTO DISTRICT. 
R LJun
:JUry, Pre
iùin6 Elder. 
Orono-I. Schneider. 
BrooUìn-J, (;jJrny; C, W. Fraser, 
superaunu:Ü,',I. 
WlitIJY-C, 'l'a.)lor; .J. W. Dyam, su- 
peranuua.ted. 
O..zkwood-H. n. Cook. 
.Yi>wmarì.el-J. j,'o
ter, F. :\1. Finn. 
.J/arkham-D. Can.cad,ien. 
l'im!}e SÜ'w-W. .1<'. Lowe; J. Richard. 
Shn, 8upcr'\llnuated, Ù. L,IWleI1Ce, 
supernum'>rRI'Y. 
Brampton-l. 1.1. lUchardson, W. Ben. 
son. 
G/?'orgelmlJn-.T. Dmp,'r, 'W. FogJ. 
OruTI,q"I',"{le-I1. .hlnes, 
TDr;;'Ilto-A, L,l'burstl\n; .J. II:lyward. 
N1\!HR'I. DISTRICT. 
G. AI","", Pr

idin
 F.lel"r. 
Hnm7Ion-\\. S. Wribht, G. 
hephaflJ. 
ð. 
ll)rl i'õ;\)ß. 
Xelson-W. Pit'rittt'. .J. Knott. 
Entnt',"a-J, 
l. OJllins. 
GJ.rl/fraxa-J. Hilts. 
BJrf,J1l/,--j I. U. CollaTfl0re, :1<'. W, DiJbtoD 
Sall/lf'rl- 'I. D. .<lrcber. 
Gainsb'Jr':I---(J. Cro
b:icld, L. Smith. 
("'mllOrll'-E. Draper. 
Wi:lland-G. 
Tflith. 
Pelham-H. HUlIt; C. Sweazy, super- 
nllmerll.ry. 
fJiI.. Davids-S. J
. Ryerf1
n. 
ßRA
TFORD DIbTRICT. 
E. E: i-te.1. I're
idin;! Llt1
r. 
DlImf?"l.'e.
-\V. ('loP"', ll. Hri
tol, .T. II. 
}Icl.ean, B. 
l.tfbJe, amI ß. .Brown, 
supemnnu.,teù; S, Stt:wart, super. 
nUOlf'rary. 
Grand Ilit.rr-H. .T. Kilty. 
OaHanrlllnd TUscarora-
l. A. Fraser, 
R. Servic<" 
llainllfLm-J. Orm"rl)fl. 
J. )lcLe:m. Agl'nt for P. Relief Soc'y 
OXFORD IJbTRICT, 
8. ÐlIIIIWt. 1'1'

jùing Eifler. 
O:x;fm'd-.J. ('. 'l'u11?Jld; G. Turner, su- 
pprll.lIn ua t. 'd. 
Em'o'o-I:. Y"k-m. 
St. "fary's. D. lwrn<>y. 
Dnrch,slrr-W D. IlII'.!hqon. 
Alala./ww-J. Curt...; C, Pt'tty
, super- 
l,nlluatprJ. 
",'nn/!- ,I. n,'n
"n : D. ('nIp. !'uppran- 
lJuat.f'd: j). Uri,fin, .1.:. Il'lrrls, sup"", 
nnmet'l\! it .. 
IVu.lsÙ1'l""nL-A. lIn,,
hprg...r. 
.Ynrwic"-..... K (il'illith. W. Drown; 
'I.'. \\'(.t,
ter. .UI'''' IIlIIuuted. 
B/ n"t'illl-I,. P. 
lIli'h. 
Stllnlr'I-S. Thl\ir 
J['lilhind-A. nrnd<h tWo 
Godcrich-}'. )1. 
Ulith. 


LO
DOY DISTRICT. 
A. .Tones, Pre
iùin
 Elder. 
Lrmdon Station-G. I. Betts; J. Bailey, 
I'uperannuated. 
London Circuil-S. 'fer\! ilIl\J;pr. P. 
I\"ailor; T. DlIwel', f'uperuumerary. 
Shuthwnld-C. Burdette. 
Howard-D. Lawrence. 
Smdwich-J. Dupee, 
F'lnrenæ-.1. "'. Patterson, .T. 
fcKltv, 
Do/'fr-William Yokem. J.lIIeDonald. 
St. Clair-C. Garr
t, . 
Bl'Ookf.-.J, "'ood. 
Bnsa?lf[uet-D. :\1. Clark. 
Carlisle-W. Woodward. 
nL"RO:'i DISTRICT. 
II. DOc1,ham, Pre
iding Elder. 
rh1hngllJootl-\L GrllhHm, 
J/
landhnn-R. J,. 'findaI. G. IIartIey. 
Sl. Vincent-G. )lil1er, 'f, P. Drad8baw. 
Owen Sound-So L. K
rr. 
Dl1rham-J. II. Watts. 
1'r.asrwll/.I'r-J. Davv, 
KinC/lrdine-G. Wilson, .J, Schcrme- 
horn, 
.A1'lhur-W. )1aiden
. 
Elnw-W. Campbell. 


B.\ Y OF QUI:'iTE COXF.EnE
CE. 
BAY QLI"VTE DISTRICT. 
.J. G'lrdiner, Pre
idin'
 Elder. 
lTrpr-lI. William q , W. II. Snider 
CnlJoltrg-.J. C. HUl'DpH 
(':'[bnrne-W. E. Xorman 
Brightnn-D. W. B1al!cbard; S. W. 
LaDu. !'upprnumemry. 
Pl'rcy and Seynwur-l'. J.ewiR, .J. A. 
Rugers 
Rawdon and .'farmnra-S, Young,.J. 
C. Pomeroy 
H/tnlil1!}ton-J. Hill, I. ß. Aylel'worth 
Sil./ney-R. Ellrl; II. II. .Jobnson, su- 
peranDll:lt
d. 
(hn.<l'cnn- }
. Or"er 
Hallowefl-A. 'Ie! aren. .J. Fergus!>n 
Beltel'ille-A. Hunt: .J, II. Johnson. 
Pl"incipal oftbe Delleville 
t'minllry; 
A. Cal'wan, A.D., Professor of .\lathe. 
matics. 
KIYGSTO
 DISTRICT. 
.J. F. Wilson. Presiding Elder. 
Tyrndinaga-G. Jones, E. Werrlt'n 
Kapanee-C. 
IIInson, J, Q. Adams 
Ba!1 Quinle-N. II. Howard, E. .J. Ful- 
furd 
Camdrn-D, Brown. .J. Graham; D. 
Perry, Fuperanmm.ted. 
.1\alu.dar-l. X. D. West 
[{int 'n/n-ook-}'. G. Knowlton 
Wiliel'loo--J._G. Dull, H. Smith 
Kil1fJstrm- D.l'omeroy; W. llird, Gene- 
ral A
.m t 
Pittslrurg-R, Sand(,l"Son 
Wùlf Island-J. 1'uke 
AUGUSTA DISTRICT. 
W. Brown, Pre!<i,ling Elder. 
Flgin-J. II. Andl'ews. J. Gold
with 
Purmers1:ille-D. Wilson 
EhzatJl'tl.town and .Escot
T. Plato, G, 
1<'renph 
RrOChl'lUe-W. A. Sills 
AU'lusla-.J. D. Dell 
"fa/llda-I1. Lane; 
r. DaTY and.J. W. 
8ills, supf'rannuatf'd. 
Sl
rrnvmir-K Woodcock,.J. Brown 
H'ìnchestl'r-.J. I'mith 
Rideau-D. Smith 


OTT\'WA DISTRlCT. 
A. 'Wri:;bt, rre
iding r.Id..r. 
O/ftl.lJa (",i(,,-D. :>l. Robin
on 
L' Ori,nnal1mrl Ri('.I"'I1[I'-.I. R. Phillip". 
I.. H. Calùwe]l; J. :\lc:'\ally, super- 
numer:lry, 
[353] 


Larhutl'-D. 'v. A)l
;,worth, A. J. 
Waita 
T
mplcton-C. W. L
llt 
JVe.stllzeaUL-J. II. HlJlllbough. 


PJ"iluith'e ItI<<>tho(1ist Church 
in CauRtla. 
The Conference of 18fi8 to btJ held at 
Toronto. April 16, lS::'S. 
Rpv. W. Lyle. J're..Üit'l1t. 
Rev. .J. Edg:u', Secretary". 
TO&OXTO DIbTRIf'T. 
Torrmlo-.J. F.d!r:ir, J. 'hrkh'/m; J. 
Dnison. Mis
ion Sec'ry and Gencl'111 
Hook Ste"ard-ollicc, King !5træt 
}'aMt, 'l'oro
to. 
Elobiroke-T. Cromllton, .J, Clal.ke; W. 
Jolley, supernumerary. 
J/llrklwm-J. Garner. W. Cooke 
Darlington-E. lIarra
s, J. lIoulder- 
shaw. 
_flúion-R. ('allü 
SwrtJorv'-U. Woc.<1 
La.skay-W. I'Jle, J. :,Iil:1er 
Rrach-T. FOJSter 
Kinoslvn-J. rì:lttra

 
Porlland-J. weey, W. CIl\ytoll 
]\-"panrc-J. 
iUlpson 
Balh Road-\\'. Gl..dbill 
Osprey and St. T incmt-H. Steph9D8oD. 
HUHLTOY DISTRICT. 
Bramptnn-R. ßo.' Ie. J, n. Swift 
Hlllnillon-"-. St.. phpn"on 
Jlálpn/e-W. I,oma
. .1. 
lUith 
Glelt cf:BTmhrim-.T. Hyder. T.Xattr1lB8 
GW'Jph-W. Newton . 
Oranorl.illr-)l. Gray 
Peel and JVelles1e.v-W. D('.\ C. Gilm<Jre; 
.J. Fowlt'r. 8upernUnlPfat'Y. 
Lmdon-W. Ilowe. T. Dudtey 
Bran
ford and Púris-T. Adams, .J. n. 
Swift 
Brant-T. Bald" in 
Bnsallqul't-Ü. Wat"on 
Walsìngl1am-R. Paul 


Congre
a1ional 
DelloluÍIlR t ion. 
The Annuall\Iectin
 of the f'ong-NgII- 
tional Union of Canada will be hl'ld 
in Brantr.Jrd. (', W.. on the second 
Wedne!'dn.y in .June. 1R;)
. 
E. 
Ehb8, Hamilton, Chairman of the 
Union, 
Kenneth 'r. Fenwi"k, Kingston, See- 
rl)tary-'frea
urer. 
W:SSTER:'i DISTRICT. 
Rranfford-.Tohn \\"ood 
Ðres1Ìcn-\\ïllillm Clnrk 
CÚl'TIford and Bmt .n-Wm. Allworth 
rhte1i,h-.Jamp
 lIo\< t'1I 
lTotmil101l-Bd war,I1<:hbs 
ListmlJel-Rnbert :lkGreRor 
Ltmdon-Jame'! Porter 
r.n""ÍS-Jame!j B",'d 
Pr;rt &rni<<-Philip Shankq 
Scotland, BurfMd, amI Aelcil1-Wm. 
Hay 
SÙncoe-8amupl IJ;uris 
Smt/.hwold-Willi,lm l.Jurg('
s 
Stratford-So :-:"id '1' 
H
trùl/.cl,'-D. 'kCa'hpu 
.Jobn Won!\. 
t'I'r..t:uv of \\ estern 
Di
trict :\1i
sionaJ"J' ètlDlmittae. 
MIDDLE DI'TIUCT. 
.A17Jirm-.J. \\ hpp)('r 
BmlJm<lnl.itl,,-'l'tll>m
s P.l'ikie 
BrncT.'-Du;!alcI :\)c(/regnr 
n,ll'dnn-t:. A. :\'ùh'tJ 
OdnguClcou.sy-.lohn 'lcLean 
0.1pny's Ray-S. Kt'.v 
E/ora-James 'liddl,.ton 
.tJramosa a'jd B.len ..ltL7Js-E. Barker 



58 


CLERGY. 


[1858. 


E<'luesi'fl.']-.T. Armonr 
G.v'afraxa-II Dinney 
G
orilet(}!JJn, Trl.1.fa1il'lr, C'mrclJtmvn, 
and Slpwart/'ìwn-.Toi!epb Unsworth 
Kinc'lrdine-X. 'lcKinnon 
Jfurl..hul/l- \T acant. 
_V
1IJ(,1.1.<fl e- \" .te!l. n t, 

VPl"'narkpt-'l'hl)mas Baker 
Orillill-A. .J. .Tupp 
Orf) a.nd Inni,
/il-A. Ra)mond 
Owen Sound-I.. Inibs 
Srl"gnn-J. .TnhnRtou 
Sp,'in ,ford-Yar:mt. 
StmtfTm"llc-.Tnbn Durrant 
Toronto 1st Clulrch-'1'. 8. E!ll'rliy. 
Ttmmto 2nd C'ILUrch-F, H. :.\I3r"Hug. 
V"U? '''w- Y a,'ant. 
TVhitiJ/I-J. 'f. U\'rne 
J, 'I.'. [iyrnp. 
..ci-t'tary of Middle Dis 
trict '.\Ii

ionary Conlluittee. 
E
RTEll
 DISTRICT. 
Be7Tf"l.'ÍilR- Y !l.l'lUl t. 
Brorl:t'ille-Hnh..,.t Rol.inRnn 
(}old'prin,?!<- Willhm lIayden 
rol)fJIIT"fJ-A. Bur'pee 
J T'ìp"tnwn- V acan t. 
King.<ton-K. \1. Fenwil'k 
L'l/lllrk l.<t Clt/lrc'I-It. K. mack 
L murk J';'f1agp-II. L:mca
hire 
R"bel.t Rnhinr'<on. 
e"retarv of Eastl'rn 
District :\Iissinnary '
om'[ßittee, 
LOWER C\Y\D\. 
Bmme and Cow'In.q.ill('-A. Duff 
Dan,""{[,' and Little w.:lrwick-A, .J. 
J>arkpr, 
Dl.lrham-\)avitl Dunkerley 
B,lt'm-K J. Sbenill 
fk 'r.']'vitk and l'otton-L. P. Adams 
Granby and Abf,ott<ford--G. ß. Bucher 
Hawl..
,.b'lrY- Vacant. 
Indian L..wrls-.John Campbell 
InvPT7U'A!s-H. Rt:.\lker 
J/'l/"Unt'ìwn-,Juhn \lcKiIlicnn 
Jjllhoume- Y aCJ.1l t. 
J/'núreal 1.t CIII./,rci/-II. Wilkes, D. D. 
},/"l/treal2nd Church-Vacant. 
Pltillips'mr.q/'- Yacant. 
Q1lpl,pc-U. \). Powis 
Hus.<l'lIown-Thllmaq Bayne 
She:rt)j'oo
 e-.T aIlle
 Ilohirt"<m 
Stan,'lead, N<I/"tlt-R. V. Hall 
St.lnste-"d. South-.Tamps Hay 
St. A.nduws-A. Sim.:\I A. 
Ft. Fmncis-V. P. I'Runkerhine 
.J. P. Ch\rk. 1':1'<1.. Secretary of Lnwer 
Cl\nllrJ,l Di..t. )Iis..ionary Cnmmittl'e. 
.'Ji"i..tPTS witlwut Char'lps-_Þ;., J,illie. 
D. D.. Imd A. Wicks'1n, )1. A.. Thpo. 
lo
kal InRtltutt!, Toronto; II. Wil- 
son. :'\IiRsiomtry, St. Cath'lrinel'; .T. 
Climie. Uowm'ln\'"iIle; S. I{in!!;, 
lhmilton: .J. Ellint. Ap:ent ot Cau- 
ada ::;unday School Union, Cornwall. 


Caoatla Chdstial1 COI1f'el'ence 
1Ieets in Oshawa the .Fourth 'fhur::!day 
in .June, 1/;58. 
Jli.m'ster.
. P. O. Aifdrl'.çs. 
J. W. :\'llbleR, Prl'<;irll'nt ...... Kettlt'by 
J. W. Collin... ('l..rh ........ !\ewrnarket 
Samu..l Dt'ILrlJorn, 'frl'asurer... ORhawa 
Th,nn:.<; Ul'llI.V............,........ do 
.Jntlathm S. Th,)mp
nn ......... do 
.T. W. :.-haral'd.................. I3rougham 
.Tehil'! ChurchilL............. do 
B. }<'. Pt'rr)' ........................ Wbithy 
L. C. Thoma.. ..................... do 
.Tesse Y.\'ICl\lIlp ............ Bn\\ mlln\ ill.. 
lIyr'lIll JI" \'"warù............... nont..lhea<l 
Eli-h;l Alg,'r ......,.............. Castleton 
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'::..:....:....:....:....:..::..KÖ;:

i::;l 
J. L. HU
R. ....,...............,.... do 
B. J,. B,"a,U..y ......... ............... do 
.Jc,b:J. \[atklc:n...... Gorm1ey's Corners 


H. H. Wilson............,..... Newmarket 
8.1\1. }.owler.................. do 
f;'l uirl' :\Iorton ...........'... Que!'nsvill.. 
.T..
sl' 'fattnn........................ lieswick 
William Henry............... rlpw Hop(' 
.J"hn Em,I...... .............. Strafford\.m.. 

. C. Earl ... ........ ......... BllrgtJRR"I'iIle 
G. W. Colston...,................. Urooklin 
.Tns..ph G..dkin .................. Rcn'rley 
C::barlt'B IlRvner ......... ......... 8cotland 
SJlvanuR 
irholl...... ...... ßurgeRRville 
.'Rcnb Liliurti..... ....... ....... Allt'nsvilie 
}<'røderick J. Whitfield....... !'rincHon 


Bible Cluistiau Cll1lJ:eh in 
Cauada ,,vest. 
Conf"renl'l' mepts at Cohourg the First 
Thursdav in June. 1858. 
COBOURG DISTRICT. 
C(Jl'aur.']-\V, Hooper, .J. Uooper, .J. 
Langdon, I'upf'rannn'lted. 
Po'terb,)/"o'-'rhomas Green 
Dlanl'Mr-A. !\Iorris 
Hllntin,'lrlf!rl-T. HuH 
'''''!lm'mr-II. ::-tevens 
Hu".']erford-G. Colw..n 
'f. Green, Superiutend't of the DistrIct. 
BO'l>MA.NVILLE DIsTRICT. 
fl,)Wlnflmifle-J. C'hnpple 
Hilml,t'm-.T. B. 'I.'app. R, ?tIiller, G. 
Uayrr!l.ft. Sup..rnumerary 
Porrf Perry-J. IIu!!h..s 
ftlllril'nsa-.J. II. i<;)'non,.J. Ashley 
þt-nelon Falls-Yal'ant 
Picl.fring-A. Doble 
Srnft-.Tos. Dix 
.J. II, Eynon, Supd.t, of the District. 
HURON DISTRICT. 
lo/ilclu'll-R. Hurley, A. Gordon 
Dnwnie-Yacllnt 
E.reter-J. gdwards, D. Cant10n 
Clinton-J. WilIiamB, T. }{ice 
London-P. Robins 
JllCfl71t--Grey, Inp;erl'oll.llnrl Dert'ham. 
R. Hurley, Supd't. of the District. 


Baptist lUinlsters in Canmla. 
,"mÜters. P. O. Addrl'Rs. 
Allin
t.on, W......................., London 
And


on, A..................... Markham 
Anderson, W. K. ............ Kemptville 
Austin. A, ....,.... ...........,...... j,:iml'oe 
Baird, J...............,.. South Mona!!blUl 
Harker. 
. P..................... Queen"t.on 
n..ardsall, W. C...........,...... Tng..rsnll 
Binga. A. (cord preacher}... Hamilton 
ßroadwater. P., do. ... Hamilton 


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llu..h. S. (col'd preacher) AmherRtbnr
 
Ü>lldwell, W. A. .................. Dunt..las 
Camernn. .J. ...... ..................... Perth 
Camfield, Z. W.......... ............ llnstnn 
Camphell. A. ..................... Chatham 
Camphell. G. ..................... HurnRton 
Ca..,pbell, .T. (cnl'd prellcher) Snnflwich 
('!lrey, O. W. 'I. ......... St, Catharin"" 
(
Rrrv..r. B. II............ ......... 8rot1Rn.1 
Chañdler. J. ...... ............... COllticook 
('hapd, W. B. ............... Mount Elgin 
(,hute, A. ........................ BO"RßlIU..t 
Clark, K ........................... Ancaqtf'r 
1
I>lrk. .J. ... ....................,..,... 011"1 ph 
Clnttnn. .T.... ...... ...... 'femperancevill.. 
('ook, It. ß. ... ...... .................. A,.ton 
Coopt'r, .T, ...... .......... ...... \\' oot1stock 
('orlett, .T. ........................... M"r
..a 
C ,rlett. 'fhumas .. ...... ......... Gos/ì,.101 
('ox. J. R ........................ Silvpr llill 
('urtiq. G. II. .......,........... Sih'C!' Hill 
('lIsi,-k, .T. :\I. (lndi!l.n pr.) Grand River 
('yr, '1". (Fr... eh preacher) h' :\f..ntre ,I 
D:nilbon, T. L., A.:\f. ......... Br'antford 
Demps
r, .J................... St. Andrews 
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D..nion, \V. .....'......... Carleton I'laotl 

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Dick, R. (I<:ù'r GORpel 'f.ibune) Toronto 
Duncan, A. ........................ ... .J.'in::øl 
EdwllrdB. .J.....,.... ............... Clarl'nce 
EIli...tt, ISMc .......... ...... Mount l:J
in 
Facpr, 'f. II. .................. St. Thnl;:UU! 
Facey, A. }I............. ......... Zone i\lillll 
I<'itch. U. ........................ l{irlC:
ville 
Fol
er. S. W. ..... ..,......... 
h..rbrnoke 
Fraser, \V, .....,.........,..... Kincudillc 
Fri7.e, G. P, ..................... Claremont 
J<'} fe. R. A........................... 'foront.o 
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Genie. .J.......,.................... Innpl"kip 
Gih
on, Z. .....,..................... Cltradoe 
tìilli('s. A. ............... ............... Faton 
Gilmour. J. ,.................... Ppterboro' 
Goble, .T. ........................ "ilia 
mll 
Gonue. \V. ........................ Ilarwich 
(Ionùerham, J.................. yp..k "iII
 
Uostelow, D..................... DorcheRter 
Hostick, T........................ Brnul
ham 
GmITtey, G ..................... Pickeriu!!: 
Urepn. J. (Bible S. A'gt) Oodman,'hest
r 
Griffin, .J......................... 
outh\\old 
Griffin, 8. ..................,..... Bh'nheim 
lIall,.J. P............................ Bll
.bltm 
H,unilton. JL.................... Broclnille 
Hammett,.J. .........................., liing 







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IbwkinR. II II................... Chatham 
lIprriugton. It. ................ Ki,,
8\.iIIe 
Hewson, W., A. 
1. ......... Ht'amRViIlE' 
Hill, I'. ... ......... ........,... Chelteuham 
1I'lile. .J. .T. ... ............... l'f'netan
ore 
lIalr'rof[, J,. .., ............ Carleton Place 



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l:\\
h 
Hurù. C. ............ .................. Hath'\' 
Hlllh..rt, \V. ........................ lInwick 
Hurlburt. W. ........................ Rt'al'h 
J1f'r, .Jacob ..................... Dorchl'8t
r 
.Tack"on. \L A. ............... ('olcht'stf'r 
.T..rsey, F. N. .....,......... South Potton 
JnhnHon. R...................... J ngersoll 
.JnneB, 'f. J. ..................... 4.rtt'ml'
ia 
I{ing, J. ........................... DakR\iIIe 
Lacey, F. ........................... Bu'\ton 
(,arey, \V. ... ...... ............ lIaldimand 
(,afleur, 'f. (French preachl'r1 Longueil 
(,andon, VI'. n. ............,.. W oOlIRtock 
Lf'tournellu..1. (}'rench pr.) n..nry'ille 
I.illite'. .T.. D. D. ." .............., 1t1ontreal 
I,loyd. H. ... ...... ......... ...... Port UOI* 
Lon
fiRh, J. (Indian pr.) ... 'l'llscllfl,ra 
LOIimer, A. B. A.. (Secretary 
Canada Haptist Union) ...... 'foronto 
Lyster, \'L ..................... 
I..lhourne 
'lackie, .J. ........................ Stratfnrd 
'Jar.-h. D. ..............,............ Qu..lioc 
)laRsey. R (City missinn:l.ry) 1\loutreal 
\IcCounI'U. S. ............ ......... "i,'Dna 
\1,:Donald, r. ............... Owen Sound 
'leEathron, A. ..................... C)"o)
liy 
\1c1ntvre. A. .., ............ ......... Ul'Ol'k 
",.J,e:Ïn, II. ..................... O
Ilabrn('k 
\lcI,ellau. W. ............ ...... Sprin!!:f,.rd 

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il. D ri : ...... ......
.:.
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'Ic ncal". 
f. ... ............... Ge. rg..town 
\Iillal'd, William... ......... no ßr-ampton 
\lilItJr. A. ..,................... Woodstnck 
'liller, \V. ,................................ Oro 
\li11
. '1'. ........................ 
oulhwold 
\Tilue, W. ........................ Nithhut'jl 
\litrb,'l1, K.... ...... ......... Gt'('r
t'ville 
'litchl'lI. "-. ........................ 'l'nro1;lto 
'Ioore, G. ........................... [Ju
tnn 
'Illullon, A. ... ............... ... " tar.
t..ad 
\IOlllt'lII, 'f, P. ....... ......... ("Ill icook 

l'wm!fn. \\". P. (cullln,d pr.) ... n/lwn 
"icho!.'!, n. ........................... I\ith')" 
'l"orrn:lIlrle!l.u, L. (F. pr.) Grand Li!!TlI' 
Oakley, .J. ..................... ...... llronte 



1858. ] 


MUNICIPALITIES. 


59 


Owen, T. It. .................. llloombburg Scott, A......................... Georgetown I \"I\nloon, J.. .Juu. ......... .. Yilla :\'ova 
Painter, J. ...................... Onondaga Sharp. G,... ............ ............ Londun 'Rubon, .J., Sen. ... .....,...... Hllrtforll 
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Rainboth. 1<:............................ }'inch Smith, A. ......'...'.......... Kew 
arum I White. g, (colored preacher) ... Dawn 
Ueid. II. .......................... lIillsburg I Smith, R ......................... Cauboro' I Wild. R. ........................ DecelV:nille 
Uiendeau. T. (French pr.) ...... St. Pie Smith, J. ........................... Lanark \\ ilkin
on, W., A. 
I. ............... Lobo 
Roberts, E. ..................... Pete/boro' Smith, It. D. ..................... Walpole I Williams, .J. .................., Forestville 
Robertl',J. ............... DrUllllllond\'ill" 
mitb, W. ......,............... St. Geurge Williams,.J. S. .................. )1()JJtreal 
Rogers. H. 'V. ..................... Boston 
teillhoff. P. ................... Townsend WilsolJ. G. .................. LRwrenceville 
Rouse, S. ........................... Ba\ ham St
vens, A. ..................,........ L..t'd
 Winterbotham,.J, ......... Owen Í'\'und 
Roussy. L. (F....n('h pr.) ...'.. Stt'. Marie Stewart. A. ........................ Durhtm ''''right, D. ........................ r\t'wland 
Roux. C. (1<'. pr.). l'ointe aux 'fremhl
s Stillw..ll, T. ........................ WalpJltl Youug, Z. ........................... lIatley 
Rowland. D. W. .................. AYlmer j Tapscott, S. ........................ Cobour
 - 
Ryerbe. G. .J.............,.... Port Ryerse Toppiul!;. E...................... Wooùst)ck N, B.-This list i" marla up without 
Sawyer. 
. ............,.............. 

ton Tree, S.B. .............................:. Zorra r
s
ct t? the m.inor diff
re,lCes ",hich 
Sawy
r. G. ...............'.........., Chl
on Troy, W. (colored pr.) ......... ,\ llld
or I dl;1!lDgUl
h .varlOu
 sectIOns of Evan- 
Schofield, P., ?tI. D. ......... Erockvllle Turner, D. A, (colored pr.) ... Loudon gehcal Baptists. 


1\IUNICIP ALITIES, CANADA 'VEST. 


In order to obtain the fullest and most correct information for this department of the Canawan Almanac. over five 
hnndred circulars were addressed to different :Uunicipal officers throughout the Upper Province, and the Editor beg! 
to return sincere thanks for the very prompt attention his requests have in almost every case been complied with. In 
the returns from To" nship Municipalities he regrets to find that the circulars were not explicit enough. The column 
"Total Assessed Value in 1857" ha
 been by some understood to mean exclusive of PcrsOTla], property, whereas it was 
Intended to cover the whole wealth of the Town!'hip, A!!ain," Amount realized by Assessment Rate. 1857 " has been 
replied to in some cases by 
iving the amonnt realized for local purposes only, leaving out certain special rates. whereas 
we w;
hed to show the total amount. It would then have appeared by our tables that any Township contaIning a certain 
number (If assesSI'd acres was worth BO many dollars, and wiLl' subject to a L'Crtainamount ofta'(t's; a eomparisnn then 
of their respective values, and per centage of ta'tes in each individual Township, could have been ea
ily arrived at. 
Another year wo tr118t to be more perfect in this respect. 
We may add that the mode of Taxation for County Bnd Township purposes is diITerent from that a'lopted by Cities, 
Towns and Villag
s. In the former the ntte is levied on the inial or gross assessed value; in the latter, on 6 per cent, 
of the total or gross IlSScssed value, which is denomInated tho annual value. 


I.-Brant. 
Acres. 213,995; Assessed Yalue, $
.318,852; Assessment, 
$,10,18li.75 Dt'ÏJentures now outstanding, nono; County 
Debt, exclu6Ïveof Debentures, none. 
COUYTY OFFICIALS. 
Warden .......................: Daniel Anderl'on '" Paris 
Trea.
urer ......... ...... .....' ll.unilton llig
ar ... Drautford 
Reu
trar .................'... ThoI'. S. Shenstone... .. 
Cl r1;: .........................,.. .John Cltmeron ....... 
Soliciinr ......... .........,....." " 
Juilge ('n. Court Æ Chair. 
7Iun Quarter &.s
im
... Stephpn.J. .Jones ... 
SIIi'7'
ff ....... ......... ......... .John Smith ......... 
Clak of the P
f1ce ......... John Cameron ...... 
Clerk 
f C,YU7II!1 (hurt arid 
Ð, Clerk flf the Crown... Duncan Cameron ... 
Jud,1c SUTT,;gute ... ......... Stephen J. .Jones .., 
Ð. Registrar Surro[p.te... John Cameron ...... 
County 7hwn-BRANTFORD. 
Chief MagIstrate, Thomas Botham; Clerk, Gabriel Bal- 
four. 


V.-Comprising the Township of Oakland. tbe four 
I'outhern concel'sion;l of the Township of Burford. and Lots 
Nos. 1 to 9 inclusive. in the Ran
es east ..nil west of the 
)Iount Pleasant Road. In the Towl!ship of Urantford, 
a<ljoinlng the Township of Oakland. Cùrk, .James 
Ial- 
colm, Scotland. 
YI.-Comprising the Townships of OnOl:daga and Tns- 
carora, and that part of Town
hip of Drantfnrd l.}ing 
RÐUlh of the main road from Brantf"rd to Hamilton. and 
eabt of Fairchild's Crt'..k. Clerk, W. }1cGuier, 'l'U!iCllrora. 
.l\(.I
-The line of Division betwet'n the limits of Din- 
"ion Courts 1 and 5. sub:ie'luently alter!'rl and made to be 
between Lots ro-os. 5 & t:j in the Ran!!!' east Itnd Wt'st of the 
'Iouut PleaAAnt Road, in the 'l'ownship of Unmtford, and 
not fl'om 1 to 9 inclusive, as in the former 8l'r:lngement. 


2.-('aJ:letol1. 
Debentnres now out-ltanding, $1,120; County Debt, ex- 
clusive of Debenturt:ls, $800. 
CO(;
TY OFFICIALS. 
lVarden ........................ .Jos"ph Hinton ...... RicbmoB4I 
Dil'isian Courts. T,.eulurer ......... ............ D:mi(JIO'Connor ... Ottawa 
Registl'ar ......... ...... ...... Ed, Sherwood ...... " 
I -Comprbing the Town of Br..mtford. and that part of C/prk... ............ ............ ChaR. H. Pinh"v ... 
the TO\\ u
hip of Rranttord not includt'd in tho other Snlicitflr ........................ .J. Bower Lewis ... 
Di\.isit
uB hereinafter described. Cl
rk, Heury Racey, Judge Co. ('nun Æ Chair- 
Branttord. 7nan QWlrter SasWns ... C. Armstron
 ....., 
IJ.-f'omprising the To"n of PariQ. and tbat part of Sheriff ......................... Simon }'ra"l'r ...... 
South Dumtrics \\eht of the line, lK.tween l,ot" 1R aud 19. O('7'k nf the PeU'"", ......... F. C, Powell ......... 
and that part of the 1st ConceFsion OJ the 'l'ownship of Clerk flf Ú>'Untlf Churt and 
Rralltti,,'" lying weht of a continuation of the la."t-men- Ð. C;prk nfÙ/e Crown... II. .J, Friel... ...... 
tj(med liue. Clerk, John A. I'entoll, Paris. Jud.qe ,'}/lTTn!Jate ............ C. Arm
trong ...... 
IIL-('omprisin
 the rem,tinder of the TOWD,hip of /{e!li
trar Surrogate ....... II, J. Frit'l .......... 
Sonth Dumhie
. IIndofthe 1st Conces
ion oftheTown
hip Cruwn Land .-lu ent ......... John Durie ........, 
ef Urautti/rd. Clj'k, Samuel I:5tantnn, st. George. C()unty 7hwn-OTT\W\ CITY. 
n ,-C"lIlpri-iing the ten northern ('.on('e
sion5 of the Chief 'Iagistmt('. .John Rower Lewi
, 
Jayor !tnd 1te- 
TU\\D>.hip of nur ti'rd. and th:tt pl\rt of tht' 2nd :1rd. 4th ('ord,'r: (It'rk, William P. Lett; AHs<'sst'd valne, $]{Iß.OOO, 
and 5th f 'onct'
!'oion-l of the 'fownship of IIrantfÌJrd we..t of annual valllc: DeÏJ..ntnrcs nnw outht:mùin
. $luO,OOO; 
thfi Iillt' hptwt'en Lot" ro-os. 10 alld 11, and that portion of Corporation Debt, excluhive of Dt'bentures, $10,000, 
the herr trat.t West of a continuation of tht:> last.nlCntioned Divisirm. Churts. 
lmt:l, CluJ:, Leandcr D. Marks, TIurford. I.-Comprbing the City of Ottawa. tl'1ll Town
hip of 
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5.-FJ:outenne, Lennox. and Adllington. 
Acres, 1,335,6!O; Assessed "Value. $1.842.000; Assess- 
ment-County Rate, $-3,837 10; 8cho:Jl Hate, $1.
00- 

rotal, $5,03ï .10; Debentures now outstanding, $3:!,000; 
County Debt, exclm,ive of Debeutures, $22,000. 
COmiTY OFFICIALS. 
Warden ..........,............. D. Roblin, 31.P,P, ... :N"apanee 
T,'easurer ..................... 'L Ferguron ......... Kingston 
Registrar of p,.onwnac... .J. Durand......... ...... .. 
., of Lennox and 
.Addi1l{}wn .................. I
allcFra
er,........,.. J.\Iilhaven 
Cft'rk ... ..................... .... G. H. Detlor............ Kingston 
Solicitor ........................ Thos.Kirlq)atrick.., .. 
SI/TVfynr ........ ............... D. C, Smith ...... ...... Odessa 
Judge Cu. ()JU1.t cE Chair- 
71wn QUil1'wr Sessions... K. l\'fackemr.Íe......... Kingston 
Sheriff ................,........ 'I.'. A. Corbett ......... ., 
Clerk of t"e .?tace ......... .John Wauùb,r ...'... 
Clerk (!f C(runty (,'hurt and 
D. Okrk ojthe Crown... Pet.cr O'Reilly....... 
Judge Sun'ogau ............ Geo. A. Cumming ... 
Re!Ji
trar SUTTogau ....... Isaac }'ra:;..r ......... :\Iilhaven 
Crown Land .Agent ......... Allan l\Iacpherhon... Kingston 
County TOWn-CITY OF KI:SOhTO)\!. 
Chief J.\lagi
trat"" George Da"Vid
on ; ClerJ.., :\1. Flanagan; 
As
e
sed \" alue, $-'340,000: Assessm"nt. $;;6.000; Debentures 
now outstanding, $:\30.400: Corporation Debt, e"'{elusive of 
Debpntures. none; City Solicitor. J. O'Ut'illy; Coroners, E. 
.J. l\arker, 11. W. Benson, John Shaw, .John Stewart, C. W. 
P. De L' Armitage, Bnd )1. }'lanagan. 
Division (burts. 
I.-Comprlsing the City of Kingston, the Township of 
Howe Island and Wolfe Island, anJ all that pllrt of the 
Towuship of Pittsburgh south-west of the rear of the 5th 
Conce88ion thf.>reof. Clerk, E, A. Burrowes, IHngston. 
IT .-Comprising the 1st and 2nd Wardi< of the Township 
of E,'nest 
'o"n (exc..pt tbe 4th Conre!'!'ion th..reof) and 
the Township of AmherJ3t Island. Clerk, Edward Wright, 
Bafh. 
III.-Comprisin
 the Township of Frederick8burgh, 
ori:dnal and additional, (exL'ßpt the 6th alld ïth Conces- 
sions, and all other p..rts north of Hay Bav) aud the 
Township of Adolphustown. Clerk, Edy,in :\lallroy, Froo- 
4.- .Essex. ericksburgh. 
Acres. 32
,534; Acres under cultivation, 283.000; As- IV.-Comprlsin
 the Towm;hip of Richmond. including 
80ssed Value. $3.200,000; ASRessment, $16.826; Debentures Napnnee. and the 5th and ith Conre;;siolls of the Toy, nship 
now oubtauding, $32,000; County Debt, none. of I'red..ricksburl!h, and all other part" of the same north 
COUNTY OFFICIALS. of Hay Bay. Ckrk, G. :'. Clapp, Napauee. 
w:: d t V.-Comprising the Township of Camden East.. (except 
J.r en ........................ Theo. :\Ialo t ...... Leaminc;ton the 9th Con,'ession) and that IJ:\rt of the 8th ConceBsion 
Treasu)'er ..................... George Bullock... Sandy,ich north of Salmon River. Clerk, Wm. Whelan, Centreville. 
Registrar ...................... .James Askin ...... .. 
Ckrk ........................... .J.n, Wilkinson ..." VI.-Compri!'ing the Township of Lou!:hborough, and 
Solicitor ........................ J. H. Wilkinson... the Township of Bedlord. Ckrk, Edwald Upham, Lough- 
Surveyor ........ ...... ......... O. Bartley... ...... borough, 
Judge Cb. Court cE Chair- VII.-Compri
ing the Township of Kin
ðton, (ex('ep'; 
man QIJAlrter Sasi<m3 ... Alpx. C-newett......" that part of the westPfD additioll 1}ln
 north of Mud 
Sheriff ......................... .Tolm 
IcEwan ..." Lake) and the Town.hip of Stor!'Ïn!.!:ton, aud all thflt part 
Clerk of tile Ppacp ......... Charles Eaby,..... of the Towll
hip of l'itt"hur,.:h nmth of the r..flr of the 5th 
Ckrk of Co'Unt,/1 (burt and Concession thereof, Cl,crk, l'eter 
lcKilTl, Waterloo. 
D. Clnk ojllJt! CJ'Own... Horatio Nelson ... YIII.-Compl'isinO' thp Township of 
hpffield, and the 
Judge SU1"1' o gllte ............ J. A. WilJdnson... 9th CODcPs
ioll of the Town
bip of Camden. Iwd all thlLt 
Regi.<trllr Surrogate ....... .JanlPs Askin ...... part of the 8th Conce.sion of Camd..n north of 
a]mon 
(;}'own Lund Agent. ....... D. Moynahan ...... lUver. Cterk, }'I'anklin Felden, 'l'amworth. 
Gnmty Tml'n-SANDWICH. IX.-)!"rged in rio, 3. 
The incorporation of Sandwich as a Town l'tIunk'lpality X.-Comprisinf! the Townships of Portland IInd lIichin- 
was accomplisherl in the sunllllerof1857, but will ha.-e no brooke. Clerk, Samuel Stewart, Spike's COl'llers. 
øeparate :\luuidl'lll orgmbation untillBt January, 1858. XT.-Compd;;iDg tha 3rcl. .lth, and 5th Wan]s. and the 
Dirü;inn Courts. whole of the 4th ConC<'i<sion of the Town. nil' of Ernest 
I.-Comprisin
 Towll
hips of Sandwich andl'tlaidstone. Tuwn. and all that part of the w..stern uùdition of the 
Ckrk, Jost'ph :\Iercer. Sandwich. Town.hip of I(in
ston lying north of J.\lud LaJ..e. Ckrk, 
II.-Compri!.ing Townships of Amhel'8tburg and An- Henry Putz, Wilton. 
derdon. Ckrk, Alanson Botsford, Amherstburg. XlI.-
Ierged in No.7. 
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:Nepean, and part of Gloucel!ter. (Jlerk, George R. Burke, 
Ottawa. 
II.-Comprisin
 the Yillage of Richmond, Township of 
Goulburo, and pa.:t of :\Iarlborough. Ckrk,.J. A. Uryson, 
ltlchmond. 
III.-Compri
ing Town!'hips of Huntley and J.\Iarch. 
Ckrk, .John Fl'nton, Newton, Township of Huutley. 
IV.-Comprbing Toy,lI
hips of Htzroy and Torbolton. 
Clerk, "'m. D, I'igott, Htzroy Ilnrbor. 
Y.-Compri
ing Township of riorth Gower and part of 
Marlborou;.\h, Ckrk, Willidm Corvan, I\orth Gower. 
VI.-Comprising Township of Os
()()de and purt of 
Glow'ester. Olerk, Irs Morgan, Village of lI1etcalfe, Os- 
gL ode. 


3.-Elgill. 
Acres, 4-!
,3j'9; Persons aS8essed, 5.GG2; Assessed Value, 
$5,1:!S,fJ84; Asse
sm('nt, $3R.OOO; Dehentun>s I!.OW out- 
staudbg, $48.000: Cfll1nty Debt, exclusive of Debentur..s, 
(Mun. L. }'und), $80,000. 
COUNTY OFFICIALS. 
WLlTl:len ........................ R. .Johnson ......... Union 
T,.eilsw'er ..................... 1[('llry mack ...... St. 'i'homns 
Rl'{Jistrur ...................... .Tohn McKay...... .. 
Clerk ......... .................. William J.\lcKay... 
Survfyor ...................... Danid Hanvey... 
Judge Co. Court cE C ltair- 
mun Qt:a1'wr &ssif)ns ... D. .J.Hughes ...... 
S "eriif ....... .................. Colin Munro ...... 
ClfTk of the Pe.ace ...... .., .James Farley...... 
Ckrk fl.f c"unty Court and 
D. Clprl. 01 the Crown... Peter Murtagh ... 
Judge Surrogote ............ D. .J. Ilu
hes ...... 
Regidrar Surroyau ....... Peter 
lurtagh ... 
("ounty T()Wn-ST. THOIl1A8. 
Population., 2.000; Chief Magistrate. Asa IIoward; 
Clelk, IIl'ury }'. Ellis: A8se
scd "lIlue, $(j28,3VO. 
Division al'Urt,
. 
J.-Compri
ini the Township of Bayhftm. Clerk, Simon 
Newcomb, Yicnna. 
II.-Compri
ing the Townl'hips of 3lalahide and South 
Dorchester. C'lprk, Wm. Campbdl, Aylmer. 
III.-Compl'isin
 the Township of Yarmouth, Town of 
St. Thomas, and the greater part of the east and south- 
ern part of the Township of 80uthwold. Clerk, James 
Farley, St. Thomas. 
IV,-Comprbing the Townships of Aldborol1!!h, Dun- 
wich, and th.!t portion of the west part of Southwold 
DOt included in the Third Divibion. Clerk, Wm. lIarris, 
Iona. 


III.-Compri!'ing Township of Gûsfil::lù. ClerIc, .James 
lUng, Kiogs"Ville. 
IV.-Comprising Townsliip of Colch<-ster. Clerk, G, 
Buchanan, Colchc
ter. 
V.-f'omprising Town
hip of l\Iersea. Cl('rk, .Jonathan 
Wigfield, Mersea. 
VI.-Cflmpri
ing Townships of Rochester and West Til- 
bury. Ckrk, }'rancis Graham, Itochester. 



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6.-Grey. 
Assessed Value, $3/i80,000; Assessment, $17 ,4
9.54 ; 
Debentures now outstanding, $!,2ùO. 
COUNTY OFFICIALS. 
JJ-ãrdm ........................ W. K. Flesher.... Artpmbia 
Treasurer ..................... }'red. Lel'an ...... Owen Sound 
Rl'gistrar ...,.................. 'Iboillas Lunn ... " 
CkTk ...... ...... ...... ....,.... G..J. Ggle .., ...... 
Solidtor ........................ J. Creasor, .Jun., 
Judge OJ. (,vuri d': C hair- 
man Quarter Sl'ssions... F. T. Wilkes ...... 
Sheriff ................ ......... George Snider ... 
CI"'l'k of the Pæce ......... Wro. Armstrong, 
Olerk of OJunt,:' Conri and 
D. Clerk of tlte Crown... Peter In
lis ...... 
Judge Surrogak ............ F. T. Wilkes ...... 
Rl'{}isfrar Surrogate......... Peter Inglis ...'.. " 
()rownLo.nd Avent ...,..... Wro. .Jackson ..' Ben
inck. 
County Tuwn-OwEN Somm. 
Chief 
!agistrate, lUchard Carney; Clerk, Thos. Gordon; 
Assessed Value, $57l1,OûÛ; A
sessillent-first year of in- 
corporation, rllte not levied; Debentures now outstanding, 
Done; Corporation Debt, exelusive of Debentures, none. 
Divisi()Tj, Courts. 
I.-Compri!'ing the Town of Owen Sound and the Town- 
IIhips of S}denham, Derby, Holland, aud Sullivan. CI.1rk, 
Wm !'mith, OWl:>n Round. 
n.-Compri
ing the Townships of E
remont, Xormarl- 
by, Bentinck, and Glenelg, eJ..cepting the ranges of lots 
parallel to the Toronto and S,ydenham Road. Clû'l
, Will. 
Jackson, Durha.m Village. 
III.-Comprbing the Township of St. Vincent and the 
west half of Euphrasia. Clerk, John Willi:tms, :\Il.'af,)rd 
Village. 
IV.-Comprising the Townôhip of Collingwood, the east 
half of Euphra
ia, and the east half of 08prey. Clerk, 
Thos. .J. Rourk, Collingwood. 
V.-Comprising the Towns}lÍps of Artem&ia, 1I1elanc- 
thon, and Proton, the west half or Osprey, the ranges 
of lots parallel to the 'foronto and Sydenhðm Road, Town- 
ship of G!unelg. Clerk, .John W. Armstrong, Artemesia. 


IV.-Comprising the Township of South C;
ynga and 
Rainham. (,'(,,'rk, Wm. .Jones, Uainham, Centre Yillage. 
V.-Compri
inl!: the Towuship of Canborongh, and 
those pads of the Townshi}J8 of Xorth C:,yuga slid Seneca 
1
'ing eapterly of the line lietwt'pn Lot A ]'\os, 12 and 13 of 
the several ConcessionI'! in the !'aid TOWDShip reApeclively. 
Clerk, baac Bownum, Canboro' 'illage. 
VI.-Comprising the Township of Walpole. Cler].', Edw. 
It. Kent, WillÜ\msville Village. 


8.-1181t0Il, 
AcreR. 2
6,027; As"ess
d Value. $å.669,{j08; Assessment, 
:t35,Si3; Dl'beutures now outstanding, $:!:J,200; County 
Debt, exclusive of D
benturei\, $-16,1[,2. 
COUXTY OFFICIALS. 
1V.:lrden ........................ R. J'oIill..r ...'...... Zimmercll1D 
Treas/t1'cr ... ......... ......... Geo. Brown ....... Milton 
R,,-gistmr ......,.........,..... Thos, Racey...... " 
Olerlc ............................ F. lIamburgh ... 
Solicitor ...... ...... ...... ...... G. T. lla'tpdù...... 
Surveyor.....,.................. lIenry WÎl1Ìer '.. 
Judge Co. lÀ>w.t d': Chair- 
man Quarter Spssions... Joseph DaviR ...... 
Sheriif' .... ... .................. Levi \rillson ...... 
Clerk of the P.'ace ......... G. T. n.\stedo ...... 
Clerk of Count!! Court and 
D. Clf'Tk of tile Oruwn... W. J,. P. Eager '" 
Judge Surrogute. ............. Jospph Davis ...... " 
RI'{;istmr Surrooate...,...,.. W. L. P. Eager... " 
County Town-MILToN. 
Chief Magistrate, Geo. nrown; Clerk, Peter :MeKI\Y; 
AsseS!!ed Yalue, $lH,SOO; Debentures now outstanding, 
none; Corporation Debt, exclusive of Delientul'es, Done; 
Treasurer, W. L. P. Eager. 
Dit'isV>n C'O-urts. 
I.-Compri
ing all that part of the township of Trafalgar 
from the line between the 5th and 6th Conce!'sions of the 
new survey, west to the 'fownship 1ine, and from the line 
between Lots 18 aud 19, in the old survey, also westerly to 
the Town line. Cterk, John llolgate, Milton. 
n.-Comprising the remaining part of the To\\nship of 
Trafalgar. Cterk, Robert B.dmer, Oakville, 
'1.-Hal(ibnau(l. III.-Comprising the five Easterly Concessions of the 
Acres, 885.930; Asse::.sment, $19,093.33; Debentures Tov.n
hip of l:sque.:ing, Clerk, Rob. Young, Stewartown 
now outstaodilJ;;, noue; County Debt, none. IV.-Comprising the six Westerly Concessions of th
 
COmiTY OFFICIALS. Township of .El\quc>iinF;. Clerk', LachIl\n McDonald, Acton. 
Warden ..............,.,....... William Cook......... S. Ca y u g a V.-Comprir:<ing the Township of Na.ssagaweya. Clerk 
E. 'V. Secord, Campbells\ille. ' 
r!e

r::.:::::::::::::::::::::: 
:
: i:;I
:N ::::::::: Cay
.g3 VI.-Comprising the Tov.'bship of Nelson. Clerk, W. 
CierI. ............................. F. S. Stevenson ...... 'McKay, Nelson. 
Judge OJ. OJUrt d! Chair- - 
 - - - 
'lIWn Quarter &ssians... .J. J. Stevenson '..... 9.-Hastlu;l;s. 
Sheriff...... ..'.................. Richard )Iartin .,.... Acres, 847,800; Ass!'s:<n1Cnt. $
2,OOO; Debentures now 
ClerIc of the Peacl' .......... T. II. Aikman ...... t d . 1 ", 000 F'" 
Ckrk of Cownt]f Court and outs an mg, $, ..
, ; vvuaty Debt, exclusive of Dawn- 
D. Cterk afthl' Crmvn... R. V. Griffith ......... tures, $10,OuO. 
Judge Surrogate ............' J. J Stevl:>nson ...... CO"CXTY omcnLS. 
Registrar Surrogate......... R. V.Gritlith ......... W},rden ........................ N, S. Appleby... Shannouville 
C'aunly 1(;WI1
-CAY\:GA. (Not Incorporated.) 7'remmrer .................,..,. F. McAnllany ... Belleville 
Division Courts. 
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I.-C-omprlsing, 1st, all the Tewnship ofSenec3, e"1:cept. SfJli!:Ïtors........................ Uoss & Bell ...... " 
In
 the IMt and 
nd Conce
sion8 therein, as are lying Surveyor.....,.................. .Jas, .Jameson... " 
easterly of the line between Lots Nos. 12 and 13, and ex- Judge CÐ. Omrt d': ClIaiT- 
cepting also the Young Tract, and the properties of 1ntln Quarter &ssions ... WiJIiam Smart... 
Richar
 Martin lu
d Robert Weir. 2nd, all the Townl\hip Sher.
.........;................. J, ,
. D. Moodie, 
o
 Onelda, exc
ptlllg the first ran
e north of the Cayu}!a Clel!. of the l
ace............ .J. 0 Hare ......... " 
Lme, the Denms Tract, aud the Lots southerly of the said I CÚ'rk of Cbu7lty Cou).tar.d 
Tract. ClÆrk, Will. Thompson, Caledonia Village. D. Clerk afthe Orown... A. G, Nortbrop, " 
II.--Comprising the whole Township of North Cayuga, Juðo.e Surrogate. .........,... .T. D. Crowe ...... Fran.
ford 
e'i:cepting that pllft of the same lying eastwardly of the Ue.?l.$trar Surrogate...,..... 'Y m . nowen...... . 
line bctween Lots Nos. l
 and 13 in the several conces- \ Crown Land ..I.gent ......... F. l\IcAnnany ... Bellenlle 
lIions thereof. 2ndly, of that part of the 1st IIIl(12nd Con- County Town-BELLEVILLE. 
cessions of the Township of Sen
a, lying westwsrd of line Chief )Ia!!Ïstrate }'ranciM McAnnany Mayor' Clerk R 
between J,?ts l'<os. 12 !I-nd 13, the young: 'fract, and the 1\[. Hoy; A
Re!'sed 'Annual Yalul', $1-18,000; A'B
eRsru
Ilt: 
lands of Richarù !Iarhn and Robert We
r. 3rdl)', of the $.18,000; Debenlu
eR now outstanding, $50.000: Corpora- 
fi
st range of On;-.Ida, north o
 Cayuga Lme and the Den- I hon Debt, ext!uPlve of Debenturðs, $4,000; Treasurer, 
DlS Tract, and ],lver Lots l)JDg south thereot. Clerk, I Merrick Sawytir. 
Duncan Campbell, Cayuga Town. DiviÛon lbU7.tS. 
IlI.-Compr.islng the Townships o
 l\io
l.lton and Sher- I.-Colllpri
in
 tbe TOWIl
hip of Belleville. Ole'r7
, Arch. 
brooke. Olerl" ,John Armour, Dunnnlle 'illago. Ponton, !Jelle\ ille. 
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n.-Comprising the Township of Sidncy. Ckrk, N. 
E:etcheBOn, :Sidney. 
IIL-Cnm}lrising the Township of T.}cndinagn, ClerIc, 
Dfrarn JIolden, ::'hltnnomiIle. 
IV,-Compl'ising the Township of Hungerford. Clerk, 
RoLert )lcCul11ll1on, Tweed, 
Y.-Comprising the Township of Rawdon. CkJrk, Wm. 
.Judù. :::til"liu;.c. 
VI:-Comprising the Townships ofM.J.d
, Elzevir, and 
Tudur. Clerk, CJ.mrlcsGream, l\ladoc. 
VlI.-Comprisin:; the Town
hip of lluntingdon. Clerk, 
James J. It.} alJ, 1-:tt8t 1I1..ira. 
VIIT.-Comprising the Tuwnship of Thurlow. Gte,.,.., 
S. M. \\ ashLUI"D, Cam,jjf's l\lil.Is, 
IX.-Comprising the Vil.Iagu of T. en
on. Clerk, .Jeremiah 
Simmons. Trenton. 


10.-IIUI.'011 nn,1 Bruce. 
Acres-Huron, 8!J
,769; Bruce. 1J34.76-!-Totnl, 1.527,- 
533; Assessed \ alue in 1836. $!o;,4
4.5U4; DcLentures nuw. 
outshmùing. $33Ü,::OOU; Couuty DeLt, exdw.ive of lJe- 
benturcs. 
:.:.I,U
!. 


C01J
TY OFFICIALS. 
JVLlrden ,....................... Juhn llohues ...... Holmesville 
1'rea.'urer .... ,................. Geol';..e Brown '" GO!k'ri"h 
Rt'{JÙ;t)'ur .......'.. ............ .Johu Galt ......... " 
Ckrk ......... ............ ...... D. Ii. lUtchie ...... 
BaJfielù 
SoliâtJJr$...... .................. Strachan and Mc- 
D..rlllitt ........... Goderich 
8urveyf>7' ........................ Audrew]lay ...... lJarpurhey 
Judy. (h. fl1U).t Æ Chair- 
nULl) Quarter &SSUlns... l{obt. Cooper...... Goderich 
Sheriff........................... .Jul1n ìUd)ullald.., .. 
CILI'!. ()f ti.e l'wce ......... Daniel LiJ;ar" ...... 
Clerkr
l lIJll1lty (},urt aud 
D. t:Z,'rk 'If tILe (})"IJW1L... Hugh .Johnson ... 
.Tu.úge Surl"'fJ<.fte ............. J:..bert ('ol.,p,'r .... 
RrtJi
l1'ar Surro!Jat
......... IJu;.:h .Johusun '" 
CrtYWIt Lund A!/
lrt ......... Ch.u'les Widder... 
Insppclm- ()f Jlé'gltts und 

Ilea
.ures,....,............... .Tames Smllill..,... 


Courdy TIJwn-GoDERlCIi. 
Chief :\1H
istrate. Pt'ter A. 1I1e Dougall. lIIayor; CIerk, 
ThoIHas K) dd; As:;es
ed Y Hlue in 18"ü, $OO\.l,UUO; DeLen- 
tureS no\\ outst:lIIdin
, :i;lUU,UÒu. 
Dwi.
ion Chw-l$, 
I.-Comprising that pllrt uf the 'J.'owusbip of Goderich to 
tile !'Ìorlh of the Cut J.ilie and the Huron J{oaù, until the 
Rille llle...ts thc roaù all'J\\ance between tl1" 13th aud 14th 
Couc,'

ionA, then back along the llUl'Ull Ru
d to itSjUllC- 
tinn \\ith the Cut Liue; then West by the road alluwance 
betwe('u Conl'esHion:i 11 aud U to the Hivcr lI1.litland; 
thell along the Rivt!r Maitland to Hoderich, togeth...r \\ith 
the 'J.'o,,"ubhip of CulLul ne. 'I he Court to be hulden at 

oderkh. Clerl..,.P. A. l\1cDougall, Goderich. 
H.-Comprising the Township of McKillop. all Tucker 
!II11ith south and east of the Mill. HOlld and of the ruad be- 
tween lots ;LO and 21 on the 1st and 
ud Cunces
ions, whi('h 
roud runb froln the Huron kottd t.. th'.J.MiIl Uoad; tlmt 
p
'l'tifJlI ofthe '1'0\\ u
hip of :\Iorris south of the road all.)w, 
anee L..twt'en the 5th and Ctb Conct's
iolls; and that p'Jr 
tiun ofth... '1'0\\ nsLip of the} south of the ruad allowance 
betw...en the ilth aud 10th Coul.'Cssiuns. 'J.'he Court to Le 
Iwldt'll at Hal'}Jurht.y. Olcr!.', Lud \\ ig 
Heyer, Harpur hey. 
III.-CC'lIITJr.ng the Townbhip
 of Uuron, Kincardine, 
KiJ,l"ss. III d I,I"-"'C. '1 h.. C<JUrt to bo' holden at the Yillage 
of l'cnctttng.Te three tin1t's 11 Jenr, in the m.'nths ot .JIIUU- 
ary, .JulJe. aLd Sept. ()l
r!., C. U. Thtrker, I.'enet
ngore. 
IV.-f'r mptising the Townships of TIiùdni}>h and I\1c- 
Gillivray. 'j he Cuurt to he hold"n at l"lanaj!;'tu's Taveru, 
Lond!'). J:oad {ïe1'k, George Cartt'r, McUilli\ lay. 
Y.-Comprisinz the Township8 of SIt'ph..n. Usborne, 
aud that p ,r!ion of the Towmhip of Hay to the ea
t of 
the lith alld ith ConcPAlòions of the saill Tuwnship of Hay. 
The Court to Le holden at Rod
('rvillH, London !Colld. 
Okrl.. Th. DlaH 'Irhitt, Devun. Loudon R08d, 
"\"'I.-COIl pri
in" tho To\\n.-hips of A
hfield and Wa- 
wallosh. 
'he Court to be hold,'n at Dungaullon, in Wa- 
v,'9,uulòh. ('lerl
, Jubn Cooke, Wawllno
h. 


Vn.-Comprising the Township of Stanley, and that 
purtilln of the'1'ownship of Hodel'Ì!'
 to the sou!
 of the 
Cut Line and the Huron Road. untIl tho same JOIDS the 
ro'td lJt,tweton the 13th and 14th Conct's"ions of the Town- 

hip of Goderich; thence alung the f'aid Concession Road 
until the same joins the IUver llayfield; theuce along the 
s,tid River to Lake Huron, together with all Ulat portion 
of the Town
hip of tlay to the we"t of the Uth and 7th 
Concessions of tho slIid Township of Hay. Th.. Court to be 
hoJd..n at the Village of BaytJeld. Ulerk, Dlnid Hood 
lUtphie, B"yfield, 
VIII.-Compri5ing the Townships of Brant. Carrick, 
Culros" Grecllock. and that portion of the 'fuwn
hip of 
Eldcrslie all south of the 8tl1 Conce
sion, including 
a:d 

th C,oncession. Thc Court to lit' holden at the' iIIage of 
Walkertun, in th
 Townsbip of Brant, twic... a ycar, in thll 
months of January and JUlie. Ckrk, James JllmieBOn, 
Walkertun. 
IX.-Compri"ing the TownslIips of 
augeen, Arran, Am- 
at-leI, and ILII of thc Township of Elderslie to the north of 
th" Hth Concebsion of the said 'l'own
hjp of Elderslie. l'he 
Court to be holdcn at the Village of ðOllthamptou, in thll 
'1'ownsbip of 
auget'n. twice a year, in themuuths of Janu- 
ary amI June, Clal', John J';II.'itwood, :::outhalllpton. 
X.-C-omprising the Township of HuneH, a. d that pol" 
tion of the Muitl'lIIù Concession of the Towmhip of Uod- 
erich v.hich is bounded on the west by a portion of the 
I:iver IIl11it.l.md Rnd the l{()ad between the 11th aud 12th 
Conc<,ssions. extending from the junction of the Cut Line 
or to the said Hiver :lllI.itland; the 14th. l;Jth. hilh, and lith 
Conces"ions uf the Haid 'J.'ownship ()f (ioderich, nnd that 
part ofthe TowlJ"hip of TUl'kersmith, bounded on the w..
t 
L.y the Lundon l{oad. on the north by the Huron Hoad, un 
the ell
t Lv the :,ide line betweeu Lot 20 aud :.II. and Oft 
the south 'by the lIIiII Road. '1'he Court to Le h"III('n at 
the Yillage of Clinton, Ck)'k, SltmuellI. !Cllnce, Cliuton 
XI.-Comprising the Townships of IIowiek. Turnùcrry 
IInd tbat portiun of the To\\n:;hip of MOI'ris all north of 
the Uoltd allowance betwe...n the i>th and üth ConccI'sions 
of the "aid !i'ownship of MOlTi!!, and th
t pOl.ti,J11 of the 
Town
hiIJ of Urey all north ofthe !{oad allu\\unc,' between 
the tit!! and Hitl1 Concessions of the said 'l'uwn"hip of Grey. 
The Court to be holden 
t Ainsleyville. twice a Jear. in 
the munths of Jauuary aud June. Cleric, llcujuUJin J,'m- 
lick, Ainsley
ilIe. 


11.-Kent. 
AcreR. 490.41R: AR
t'
sed Value in 18;i6, $4,769.292; De- 
benture/! now outstanding, $
i,
59; County DeLt, eJl::c!fI' 
:,ive of lJeLentureH, none, 
COCNTY OFFICHlS. 
JJ'<lrdcn .....................,.. .James Smith ......... Dawn 
T,.ellsunr ...................... Alex. Cl1arteris ...... Chatham 
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'nlUl1 Qua,.tu &SSiU11S... W:"1. B. Wills ......... 
S lte.r'f{)"...,.................,..... John Mercer ... ...... 
Clerk of the Petlce............ G. Dack, Jtln.......... 
ele"'" fl.f CrJllnf!/ am.-l and 
fl, ClP1'1,' vjrhe Crown... T. A. Ir(Oland ......... 
Judge Surm[JlIte ............. "Ill. ß. Wills ......... 
Rrgistrar 
"U1.l"()uate......... Geo. Williams ......... 
Crown Land Agent ......... .John E. llrooke ....., 
County 11 wn-CHATllAM. 
Chi..,f!llagistrat.e, Chm'lpI\Geo. Chart.eris; Clerk. Duncan 
McColl; A"ses
ed Anuulil V"lue, $!J4.7U4; DeLentures 
now outstandin
. $10i ,WU; Corporation DeLt, exclUtJ.ve of 
Deùentul'es, none. 
flit'isÙm (burts. 
I.-Compri
in
 the Town of Cbatham, To"\\nship of 
Rall'i"h north of !.h" l\1iddle Road; Tilbury l"a..
t, 1st and 
2nd Cùucessions; lfnrwich west of the Commullil'atlon 
Road and north of J{(rIg-e ROILd; Dover ""t'st and Dover 
Fast.' 
outh of the 4th Concession; T,)wn
hip of Chatham 
from 1st to 5th Conet's.,ions to Line between LotR NUB. 18 
and 19. Cl rk, 'I.'hornlts Gleudinning, Chatham 1'.0. 
II.-Compri
ing the southprl,r part of the To\\n
l
ip of 
Howard. fr"m the Liu,' ùeh..een Hh ,md 91h. OUCeSðllJlilJ; 
tl1e sodlhel"ly part of lIal'wich from the IHd!!e and Govel'n. 
ment noaù
. CI,r1.-, Georg.. Duck, MorpetL P.O. 
nf.--Comprising the Townships of Camden and Zone, 
and that þart (If thu Township of Chatlliun not inchldt-d 
[3581 



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MUNICIP ALITIE
. 


63 


in thlJ Fir
t and Sixth Divisions, Clerk, David \\ allace, D,'puty Clerk '?l tlte Onncn, C. II. Eache ...,........ I'ertb. 
Dawlll\lills 1'.0. Judge SUlrn!Jute .....'...... Daniel )lc)lartin... .. 
IV.-Colllþri
ing all of the Townsbips of Howar<1 and R
.'1i.'t/"ar Sllrm!Jutl'......... Charlt's H. 
lIcLe ... " 
lI"r\\ kh }lot illdud
d in the Fir!'t and &,cond Di visions. Cr
wn Lund .Jt!Jt'1'lt .....,... Allthony Lcslie...... 
CJerk, Geor;.:e Young, Village of Ilarwich 1'.0. Cuunty T01cn-PER'IH. 
V.-C'oD1prbillg the Towr"hip of Homney and an those Chief 1tIfigistrat
 Ro! ert Douglas; Clerk. Th"s. lkooke. 
pltrts ûf the '1own" hi lJ s of 'lilLur'y .Elist and Hal..ïgh n..t I Dicis(on Courts. 
i
rlud

l 
 the .Fir!;t Dh'i
iun. Clerk, .JaDies LitHe, Deal I.-C(1mpri
in
 the To" n
hips of Drummond, r.athurst, 
o
u 
. .. . . 
outh 
ht'rbro(.l{e, Burg....s, anù all that parT (If the '1"U\\ P.' 
'I.-(o\JIpn"
ng the Town..h
p of D?vt'r Fast, n(rt
 of ship..f 1;lm"It'Y north uf the Hideau l.iwr.Il11Ù \\t,.'t of I.ot 
the "th.Couce
>'I
;n. a
ù \\('"t .ot Jot 7 In each Conce"H
n 1 12 in each Concessilln. Cln'J., (,hades 11. ::'U..!lC. l'ertb. 



.

7Ii.-:ö. C In I., I.oLert l\htchelI, Omagh or \\allace- II:-Comvri..illg the .To\\ll".hips of Lan,lf
. Daal?
"ie. 
" , . . , I DarlIng, Lev.LllI. and 
orth 
h"rbn;oke. Cl
r/., \\ IIlIaro 
\ II.-ComprblDg the To\\nshIp of Oxforù. Cllrl.., T. ltoLertson, L>lllaJ k, 
Ridle), <':Ie..rville 1'.0. In,-Col1lpti
ing the 4th. 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th. 9th. 10th, 
1.
.-Lall1btoll. 11tb and l
th l'oD<'e:.sions of the Town"ùip uf llel'k\\ith, 
. and the 'foww,hip of l{aIIlsay. ClArk, C. 1'ou1e, CllrletOIi- 
Aeres, f)i3.210 assessed; A
sessed Yalue, $i.180,QJ2' pla
e. 
.A.sse",smellt, ;S!J,3S.j,; D"belltures now ouu.t:mding, none. IV.-Comprising tbe Village of Smith's Falls. Clerk, 
COlJ:STY OFfiCIALS. Robin!<on Ibrper, Smith's ,Falls. 
lVardfn ........................ John Fbher .......,....... Errol V.-C oD1 1ni",inj.! the TIJwnship of Pakenham, and those 
Trt'w;urer ...... ...... ......... Alexander \"illal ......... Sarllia parts of the '1'0'" nships of ;\Jc.\.lL. B:lgot, at.d lH) thefjdd, 
Rrgistrar ...................... Henry Vlass ................. south of the Rher :\lada\\asha, Cl
rl., W. 'ra.)'lor, l's- 
Clerk ............................ Alexander ::!cott ......... kenham. 
Sul"t.eyúr ......... ............... Eo Uobert .Jolles ......... 
Jud[Je (b. (} un á; Chuir- VI.-Compri
ing the Towmhips of HortoD, Ross, the 
man QuarkI' SessiQns... Charles RoLinson......... first thrl'e Ü.nce"",iIJns of the Tu", nship uf Admaston. 60 
Slto'ilf ......................... James Hintoft......,..... DllICh of the Township of lUacnaL aslies\.IIJrth of the river 
CierI.: (If the PWCi'.........,.. l'eter T. l'Uushett ...... )Jadawaska. and those parts of the 1st, 2nd. 
rd. 4th. and 
CierI.: (d' (hunty Court a,m 5th ('OllL"es"ions of the '1'0\\ nship of lla.)!ot north of tbe 
D. Cler!.;nf the C'mwn .., .J. R, Gemmill .......,..... ;\ladaw8!-ko. Hiver. Clcrl., George Ross, RenU'cw, 
Jud!}e SWTÚ!/ate ............ Charles J{obinson......... VII.--Consists of thofe pnrts of tbe 6th, ith. !'Ith. 9th, 
RI'ÁJi.sllUr.sw r()gule......... .J. H.. Gemmill ............. 10th, 11th. and 12th Conces,ion8 of the Towll",hiI' of .r:a
ot 
GTuwn Lund .AOtrl!. ..,...... Alexander ::::cott ......,.. north of the )Iadawa
ka ri\'er. that part of the 'ruwu",hip 
County Tuwn-S
R:\'B, . of mythefield north of said river l\ladawasha. the Town. 

hip of AdIlla
ton, e).cept t he three fir
t Couce

i0ns. the 
Chief )Ial!i
trate, Thomas .Forsyth, l\Ia)'or; Clerk, Peter 'l'owDI,}lip of Uromley aud the unsuneyed lands I!huth of 
Taylor l'uU..",ett; Assessed Value, S!3ï.

ù; Debeutures the 8nake River. in the County of Heufrew. 
ho1JJd the 
now ollhtandiug. nOlle; Corporation DeLt, exclul'ive of Snake Hiver not v. holly cross the Ull!mn eyc.d bnds. tLen 
Debl'uture>" nOlle. a line trum the source 01 !"aid rÏYl'r to the western t:oun- 
Di1:isinn COU7.tS. dary line of said County of I:enfrew, dröy, II at J ig'ht angle6 
I.-Compri,ing th-J Townships of Sarnia, Enni!"killen, with the boundary line, is the dhbion line betwe.m the 
/Iud the ti,'st to I\ixth Couce
"ions of the Town
hip of ith aud 8th Concessions. Cle1'k, George llrOy,ll, Douglli!;, 
l"lympton (both iuclu",ive). Clo'l., Tbol1\8J! Forsyth, 1'0l.t YIII.--Cnmprising thp. Township8 ofWeötmeath. Staf- 
Sürni,t. ford. l'pmLroke, an.l all the UI."urveYt:d lands nO! th or 
II.-Comprisin
 the fir4t three northern and the six Snake River in the COl1ut
. of Uc'nrrew. Should the 
II>lke 
I'omhern (Junce,,
ions of Wai"\\Ï,'k, ancl the ten nurthern HiveI' not wholly cross the unsul'wyed Ianùs. then a line 
Concessions of llrlJUke. Cl,rl., J. F. .Elliot, Warwick. f,'om the source of !laid river to the western Loundary liue 
of !-aid County of Uenfrew drawn at ri
ht angle.. with the 
III.-Comprislng the four south"1"ll Concessions of bonndary liue, is tbe boundar)' line hctweell the ith and 
Brooke, and all of the Town
hil'8 of .Euphemia and Dawn. 8th Divisions. Clerk, Alexanùer It. Cameron. 
Clerk, George 
1. \\'eLster, Dre",d"ll. .1""ote.-8ince the above limits wlJre establi"hed in 1853. 
IV.--C(lTIljlrising the Toy,nship of 80mbra. Cùrk, T. there have Leen five new Town
hips sllrvc)cd. v.hirb are 
Carolan, "allaceburg. now incorporated for DiUllÌC'ipal purposes. These Ii"... 
Y.-Comprising the nine northprn COTlce8
i()ns of Plymp- Townships, viz, Wilberforce, IINu:;ham. Grattan. !<'ra",pr, 
ton; the It.,th and lith Concessions, and the Lake ::-hore ancI Allice are therelore emLract'd within the IiTllits of the 
HoaDs from Lot No. 63 to Lot r-o. !-3. (all iurlnsive) of the ith and Xth Dhisiolls. It i!l proÙitble that at the Dccem- 
Township of Bosanquet. Clerk. Thomas Scott, Errol P.O. bel' or March Quarter Sel'sions there v. ill be a r(:\ isi n. 
VI.-The five northern C'-ollce!\!!Ïon!\ of the TowD
hip of 
Warwick, and the first to th" fifteenth Concession
 (Loth 
inclu
he) ofthe TO\\llshipof Ito"21nquet; auJ the l
th and 
19th COllces..illn
, and the Lal,e 
hl)re I!uad of the !laiù 
TownQhip of llosanq\1et, from Lot ::-;0. 1 to Lot \)2 (aU in- 
clusive). Cirri" James W
'ld, }:scl., Widdcr. 
Vn.-Compri
ing tbe Township of 
loore. Cler!., "\flU, 
)1:!('pherbon :\loore 'l'U\\ n. 


14.-Lceds and Gn:.nville. 


1.3.-Laual."k and Ilcnf):e
. 
Assessed \ ..Iae, $4.59i.f36; A !I'-p8.QmC'nt, $2.394 12X; 
D..b.'ntures now outstanding, ()lunicijlal Loan }'unc.Í), 

rOU.lJUu. on account of I!i
lckville and Ott tW:I. Railwa.y; 
Cuunty DeLt, exclu
he of DeLentures, nOlle. 
CúU:'ITY OFFICHLS. 
ß't/Tflrn ........................ Alex. :\IolTatt... . .... Pemhroke 
'l'rea
ul"er ....'.. ............... \, m. }o'ra<;er ............ l'erth 
R
!lÙtl'ar .... ...... ............ .James &11 ...... ...... 
<J1.rk ............................ W. H. }'. Herford .., 
Cl rJ. '!f t/u; Cuunty Ctmrt, .John I\Id\ay ......... 
B..ginerr............ ............ W. R. :If. rei ford ... 
.Jud!fp- (i,. nrurt æ (,haÙ'- 
man Quarter Sessions ... J.. O. )lulInch......... " 
SIIP"..iJf........................... .J. 'l'homp""n ......... .. 
Cluk of tlte PI:aa .......... W. R. }'. Herford ... 


Acre", (A
sPI'
ed). ï4-!.4Jï; Assessed' alue, $7/2H,
g".16; 
AS6C
SlJ.\ellt, $1t.i,ib5.i3 . 
COU:IITY OFFICIALS. 
mlrden ........................ n. D. .Jes!lup ...... Pre!'cott 
Treasurcr .................... J. 8. :::('hofield '" I1r(>{'h vIlJe 
Regislmr jt;r Grem.'iUe ... .Iohn Patton...... l're
cntt 
" for L
ds ......... })avid Jow"s ...... llrock\'iIle 
Clerk ......'..... ...... ......... J,tDIeS JeFS\1p .., h 
S"licitors.................,...... I:'herwood &. ::-teele, 
Sun'eynr, {,I' EfI!JillCfl....... .JUhll Burchill ... )Ierrick
ille 
Jw1,/e Co, Cuurl (t! Chair- 
1,ian Quarler &sions ... Geo.31alloch ...... Brockville 
SlIpriJ}.... ...... ......... ......... A. :'h..rwood ...... .. 
CirrI. of tllp Peace ......... James Jes,Qup ... 
ClfT!.; nf CfJ1.lnty a.rurt and 
D. Cl
rl.: oj the Cruwn... W. n. Campbpll... 
Jud!le Sur1'Ogate ............ l:')oI"
e !Hall{1( h... 
Rrgislral" SuT'r(lgate......... .1:\Dles J('I'
llp ... 
Cruwn Land .A[jtllt ......... \\ w. J. :::-evtt...... Prel!!cott 
Cuunty TowlI- ßROCh VILLE. 
(,bief )hdslrate, \\ iIIhlm Buell: Cl-rk, George S. 
McClean; A
scsl!td Yaluc (Uental). $101,!Jï5.C3. 
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64 


Dit'ision [burts 


.MUNICIP ALITIES. 


[1858. 


I.-Comprbing the City of London. Cler?', .John Cork 
Meredith, City of Loudon. 
II.-Comprising the Township of Lobo. Clerl', .John 
Irvine, Komoka. 
III -Comprising that part of the Town
hfp f Westmin- 
ster not att:
ched to the Town!'hip of 
orth lJorchestCl'. 
CLak-John Chalmers, Junction. 
IV.-Compri
ing the Township of Delawale, and that 
part of the Township of Carr/ldoc lying south ùf the line 
Letween the Hth & 9th Concessions, to the Hher 'fhames 
and east of thp line between Lots Nos. 8 and 9 io the saht 
Acres, 196,000; County Debt, exclusive of Dabentures, 'l'ownship of Carradoc. Vlærk, William }'. Eullen, Dela- 
$-lli,O\JU, ware. 
V.-Comprising the Township of Moss, ,,"ith that pc,r- 
tion of the Township of Ekfrid IJing west of the line be- 
Wilrden ............... ......... .James Currie.., 8t. Cath1lrines tween Lots 
o. 20 & 21. in the said T(mnship of Ekfrid. 
Treasurer ......... ............ D. MeDùugal ... ;Siap;ara Clærk, Adam Hatelie, "'ardsville. 




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ch;" VI.-t1omprising the Townships of Adelaide and Mt;t- 
.<;,lieitor ........................ .J. M. Lawder ... 



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Judge Cn. Court d! Chair- 
man Quarter Sfssiom; ... E. C, Campbt'll, Cle1'k, .James C, Keefer, Strathroy. 
S hl'riff......,.. ....,. ...... ...... W. KingsmiU... YH.-Comprising that part of the Town!<hip of Carra doc 
Ckrk nfthe P"acl',........... .J. 
1. Lawder... lying south of the line between the 8th and 9th Concession 
Clerkrit Cbunt,lI Court...... F. A. B. CJcnch, to the River Thames, and lying west of the line between 
Deputy Clerk (!fUte Grown W. D.1I1ill.,r ... Lots Nos. 8 and 9; with that portion of the 'l'cwnship of 
Jwlge Surrogate ............ W. Claus ........." };kfrid lyin
 past of the line between Lots Nos. 20 and 21, 
R
g;strar SurrngafJ>...,...,.. C. ll. Secord...... QUl'enston in tIw sl
id 'fownship of .EI,frid, Clnk-not yet appointed. 
Grown Land Agent ... ...... lIenry Smith ... Smithville "III -Compri
ing the Tuwnship of West Xit!souri. Cle:rl. 
County Town-XuOARA, -not yet appointed. 
Population, 3,400; Chief Magistrate, .John M. L:nn]er, IX.-Comp\'Ïsing the Town!<hip of London. Clerk-not 
Malor; Clerk, .John Rogers; Assessed Value, $5-1,,4-'39 40; not appointed. 
Assessment, $6,800; DeLenturps now out!<tandinl!;. $:!20.000, X.-Comprising the T<.wnship of "WillÏJ!.ms, C'w'k-not 
101\.11 to It. It.; COl'pqration Debt, exclusive of Del\enturcs, y",t appointed. 
816,000; Coroners, W. D, Miller and Dr. R. WilBOn. XI.-Compriiing the Township of Nort.h Dorchester. 
Division Courts. north and south of the River Thames, with that portion of 
I.-Compri
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 Niagara Town aud Niagara Township. 






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Clerk, \\. ß. WillterLottoro, Niagara. between the 2nd and 3rd Concessions, and thence between 
n.-Comllrising the Town of St, Catherines, and Town- Lots Nos. 5 and 6 to the rcar of the sai.l Town
Lip. . Clerk 
811ip of Grantham. Cle1'k, Tkos. Burns, St. Catharines. -not )'et appointed. 
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I.-C<Jml)ri
ing the 1st, 2nd, 3rd. 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th 
C<Jncesbions and broken purt of .Elizabeth town. Clerk, 
J uhn n. .Jones, ßrocln ille. 
n.-Comprising the bt, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and .>th ConcQs- 
I'!ions amI broken front and Imrt of the 6th, ith, and tith 
Conce.,ions frum 'l'u\\nline of ]';dwar
!JUrgh to Lot No. 
lS, inclu"ive of the Township
 of Augusta and Concession 
Itoad
. Clerk, Thomas lIarri80n, Prescott. 
ITI.-C'ompri<ing the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and Mh Conces- 
sions and broken p<trt of the Tuwnships of Leed:! and L<ùl"- 
down. Clerl
, .Joseph Mcl{elve
y, G:lllanoque. 
IV.-ComprisÏ11g the To,,"uship of South Gower, pnrt of 
Oxford, from west side line of Lots r>.os. 11 ill all the Con- 
cebsion
 to the ea
tl'rn boundary, and the Gore betwl't'n 
South Gower, O:xforJ, and .Ed\\urdsburgh. Clerk, RoLert 
Leslie, KeUll'tville. 
Y.-Compri
ing lVolford, (except 7th and 8th Conces- 
f<ion8) ÙJt!< No.1 to 10 inc1uf'ive, ill 1st, 2nd, ard, 4th, Mh, 
6th. 7th. and 8th Concessions of Oxford. Cterk, Michael 
Kelly, 1\[errickville. 
YI. Compri
ing :Dastard and Burgess, and tho
e parts of 
IReds and Lansdown on nm th side of rear of 5th Cùnees. 
sion of each respèctively. Ckrk, John '''"arrt-n, Delta. 
VII.-C"mpl'i
i1lg l\.itley and .Elmsl
', Clerk, Hiram 
}1cCJ:e
, Frankvilb. 
VIlI.--C-omrri
iTl
 Nnrtl} Crosby aud flouth Crosby. 
Clerk, Horace H:ilb9rn, Newboro'. 
IX.-Comprisiug Escott and Yonge, in rear of 4th Con- 
cessioIl Yonge. and in re
l' of (ith Conct's!<ion };scott, nud 
thut part of .E!izal.Jethto"n !n rear of 7th Concession amt 
w,,
tof Lots ;\0. IS in 8th, 9th, lOth, and 11th Concessiuns. 
Clcl"l.:, Wm. Wallace King, Farmers\ille. 
X.-Comprising Edward8Lwgh. Clerk, Thomas Robert- 
BOn, Sl',-,ncervill(J. 
XI.-Comprbing that part of Al1
uSta in rl'ar of 5th 
Conces
jon. and west of Lots Nos. 18 in 6th, 7th, and 8th 
COllce
siuns, the whole of 9th alld 10th l'<mcpssions of 
Augusta, the t:òore between Oxford, 'Volford, nnd Augusta. 
that pRrt of Elizabethtown in rear of ith Conce!<sion and 
eaRt of the Commons between Lots Kus. 18 and 19 in 8th, 
9th, and 10th Couces.
ions. the ith and 8th Concessions of 
Wolford, Lots Nos. 1 ttJ 10 inclusive in 9th and 10th Con- 
('cssions of Oxfi)rd, Clerk, Warren Lyman, North Au- 
gU8ta. 
Xll.-C<Jmpri
ing 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Conces
ions and 
hrohen front of Yonge, the 1st, 2mI, 3rd, 4th. 5th and 6th 
C<Jn"ession'l and bl'oken front of Escott. Clerk, Alfred 
A. 
lunro, 
Iallor) town. 


15.-LincoIn. 


COmiTY OFFICIALS. 


III.-Compri!'ing the Township of I.outh. Cle!'k, P. 
Gregory, Jordan 1'.0. 
IV.-Comprising the Township of Clinton. Clerk, It. 
lIenry, lleamsvllle. 
V.-Comprising the Township of Gl'imsbj. Clerk, A. 

10rse, Smithviìle. 
VI.-Compri
illg the Township of Caistcr. Clerl:, A, 
'Wilson, Abingdon, Caistor. 
VII.-Compri
iug the Township of Gainsborollg. Clerk. 
George Secord, St. Ann's, Gainsborough. 


16.-
IiddIe8CX. 
Acres, 650,698; Assessed Vulue. $6,8-1,ù,9G8; Å8,;essment. 
(Conn
y purposes only), $a,992. 
COUNTY OFFICIALS, 
jf.::
e;'::::"::"":::: ::: ::: ::: R. Craik ... ... ... ::: ::: r
:J::t.('r 
Registrar ...................... II. llurwell ......... 
Clerk ........................... Wilson 
lills......... 
Solicitor .....................,.. Wm. .Elliot .......... 
8u1'"l.ey.'r........................ Chas. W. Connor... 
Judge Co. Cow't d! Oltair- 
man Q1W1'W &ssions... IIon,.J. E. Small ... 
Sheriff........................... .J. Hamilton ......... 
Clerk ofth!'. Peace............ .J. .H. Askin ......,.. 
Clerk of Gmnty Court and 
D. CLl'rk "flhe Crown... D.?I. _<\.sldn ......... 
Juil[Je Surrr.gate.., ......... Henry Allen......... Xia!ffira 
Registmr SurrOflate......... J. 1'.lIarris ......... London 
Crown La7Ul .Agent ......... .John D. A"kin ...... .. 
Deputy Ræves-Carradoc. Daniel Hunter; Dorchestl'r. 
R. N. Yarmllll; London, William Shochottom; Lobo, T. 
Woodward; Westminster, William McKerlie; 'Williams. 
lIugh Fraser. 
County TOWn-CITY OF LO:\DON, 
Chief Ma.;istrate, Elijah Leonsrd; Clerk, Å.. ;:;. Abbott. 
Dit.ision (.bU1.tl!. 



1858. ] 


65 



 


:M üNICIP ALITIES. 


17.-NorColk. 
Acre
, 3ï4.2ï2%: Acres under Cultivation. It3 2.tO: As- 
!lessed Value. 
.t.8i6,'l22; As
essment :Rate. $l2,!)'Jß, for 
Count). purpo...<<es; D",bentured now outstanding, $'3,000; 
County Debt, exclu
ive of Debentures, none. 
COUNTY OFFICIA.LS. 
JVtzrdm ........,............... Simpson McCall......... Yittoria 
Treasurcr ..................... Henry Groff ............ Simcoe 

'/r:.t

... ::: ::: ::: ::: :::::: ::: 
.
:
c:sE



fng;;.. ::: " 
Sun-eyQT........................ Thomas W. Wal
h ... 
Judge Co. c,ntrt cf: Chair- 
11l.an Qtwrtpr SessWn3 ... Wimam Salmon .....' 
Sheriff........,.................. H. Van Allen Rapelje, 
Clerk of the Peace ......... Wm. )Iercer Wil..lIn... 
CZ,Jrk (!f the Cnunty (burt, "Woo. lIIercer Wilson... 
Dep. Clak of tlte crown... Abraham I:apelje...... 
Julge Surrt'gaf.e......... ...... William S:\lmon ...... 
Rr!Jistr"1' Surrogate........, Wm. )fercer Wilson... 
Crown Land .Agent ......... Duncan C:Lmpbell 
County Town-SUICOE. 
Chief :Uagiotrate, Aquila Walsh (Reeve); Clerk, Da\id 
Walker; Asse!lsoo "alue, 
3G.8
5; A
ses
ment, $.t,GO:!.50; 
Debentured now outstanding. none; Corporation Debt, 
{'xclusive of Dðbentures $lOO,OCO, to the Wood
tock and 
Luke Erie Railway and Harbour Company. 
Ditision C'rrurts. 
I.-Comprising the Township of Woodhouse. and the 
Town of ::;imcoe. Clerk, A, n. Hapelje, Simcoe. 
H.-Comprising the Township of Towuscnd. ClcrX', 
Oliver make, Waterford. 
IH.-ComprisiTJg the Township of Windham. Clerk, 
D. W. Freeman, Post Office, Simcoe. 
IV.-Comprising the Township of !IIiddleton, Clerk, 
'i'homa
 .Jenkins, TIolph. 
V.-Comprising the To,," nship of Charlottevil\e. CluX', 
W. Ile
ett 'ïttoria. 
VI.-Comprising the Township of Walsinglmm. Clerk, 
Andrew 
IcLenna, Port Uowan. 
VII.--CoDlprising the Township of IIoughton. Clerk, 
Thomas ChamlJerlin, IIoughton Ccntre. 


l!'>.-N"ol't]lumberlalld RIUl Dlu'ham. 


Acres Assefsed, 827,íl5; Assessed Valne, in 1856, of real 
and personal property, including towns and villageR. $14" 
.67,9-12; AHsessment in 1856, including towns and \ilIages, 

!;9,8.t:!; Dcbi'ntures now outstanùinll;, $3:J2,OOO; County 
Debt, exclusive of Debentures, $380,024. 
COUNTY OFFICULS. 
ffilrw-n ........................ It, :\1. Boucher ...... Colborne 
TrCU$urcr .................'.... Asa A.llurnham '" Cobourg 
Registrar fur ,Northumber, 
land... ............... ......... Uon. G. S. Boulton, Cobol1rO' 
.. for Durham...... G. C. Ward............ Port H
pe 
Clerk ............................ )lorJrlln .Jellctt ...... Cobourg 
.<;OZicitors........................ Smith & Armour '" " 
Surreyor,....................... F, F. Booth .......... 
Judge GO. ClFurt cf: Chair- 
man Qual.tel'Sessions ... George III. Clarke... 
Sheriff....................,...... Jas, B. }'ortune... " 
Clerk (if tlte Peace............ 'l'hom:I.B Ward ...... Port Hope 
Clerk of County Omrt and 
D, Clerk of the Crown... R. D, Cho.tterton ... Cobourg 
Judge SurrOfjate ............. Geo. )1. Boswell... " 
Regi
trar Surrogate......... 
f. F. Whitehead '" Port Hope 
Crown Land .Agent ......... Elias P. Smith ...... ,. 
County Tvum-COBOURG. 
ChieO.lagistrate, William Weller; Clerk, Duvid Brodie. 
Dirision OmIts. 
I.-Comprisin!1: the Toy, nshlps of Darlin!1:ton and Cart- 
wright. incluùing the Incorporated Town of Bo\\mam ilIe, 
and also the' illagc of }:nDÏskillcn. Clerl.:, Wm. CowIe, 
Bowmanville. 
II.-Compri
in
 the Townships of Clarke and 
Ianvers, 
including the Villages of 
ewcast\e, Orono, and 
ewton. 
Clerk, Se.muel S. ,\ ilDlot, XewclU'tle. 
IlI.--Comprisinp; tlw To,", nship of Hope, and the Town 
of Port Hope. Clerk, .John T. Day, Port Hope. 
E 


IV.--Comprising the Townships of Cavan ftnd South 
Monllghan, including the Village of l'rlillbrook. Clerk, 
.J. III. Brodie, Millbrook. 
V.-Comprising the Township of Hamilton and the Town 
of Cobourg, includinlt the Villages of Baltimore, Coldsprings, 
and Gore's Lunding. Olerk, Thomas Eyre, Cobourg, 
YI.-Comprising the Townships of Haldimlllld and Aln- 
wick, including the Villages of Grafton, Wicklow, and 
Alderville. Clerk, .James G. Rogers, Grafton. 
VlI.--Comprislng the Township of Cramahe. including 
the Village of Castleton and the Town of Colborne, and 
that part of the Township of Brighton formerly in the 
Township of Cramahe, including that part of the Village 
of Brighton west of the Percy Road. Ckrk, George S. 
BurreH, Colborne, or Brighton. 
f1.*f1. A Rub-office is kept at lkighton, Deputy Cluk, .Johu 
Simpson. 
YlIr.-Comprising the Townships of Percy and Sey- 
mour, including the Villages of Warkworth and Camp- 
bellford. Clerk, John Douglas, Warkworth. 
IX.-Comprising the Township of Murray, and that 
part of the Townsl1ip of Brighton formerly in the .TO\\n- 
ship of )Iurray, including that portion of the Village of 
Brighton east of the Percy Rood, and the Village of Smith- 
field. .. Cllrk, Edward II. Smith, Smithfield, 


1. 9.-0ntario. 
Acres, 46-1,707; (Acres under Cultivation) Kumber of 
Resident Acres, 355,3iO; Assessed Value, 88.36.'3,148; As- 
sessment. $31,992; Debentures now outstanding, $36,000; 
County Debt, exclusive of Debentures, none. 
COUNTY OFFICIALS, 
W..zrden ........................ .J.II. Thompson... C:n.nington 
Treasurer '..................,.. 'V. Panton, .Jun., Whitby 
Registrar ....,................' .Jnhn II. Perry... .. 
CierI.: .......... ...... .........,.. n..J. :\IacdoneU... 
Solicitm- ...... ......... ......... I1..J.!\I acdoneH... 
SllTl..eynr...... ......,..... ...,.. .John Shier......... 
Judge CII. Court æ C hair- 
1nan Quarf.er Sessions... Z. Burnh3m ...... 
Shcriff ....................'.... 1\". G. neynolrls ... 
ClerIc of the reace..........., II.,J. )!acùoneH... 
Clerk Qf Cnunty Court alld 
D. Cl''Tk of the Crown... .John Y. Ham ...... 
Judge SW'1'('gale ............. Z. Burnllam ...... 
Revistrur SuT1.Ofjaf.e......... John V.Ham...... 
County Town-WmTny, 
Chief 
IlLgistrate, .JlUlles Rowe; Clerk, Benj. Yarno'd. 
Dit'ision Courts. 
I.-Compri
ing the Town and Township of Whi
bJ, and 
Village of O
hawa. Clerk, L. f'airbanks, Whitby. 
lI,-Compri
in
 the Township of Pickering. Clrrk, 
.Joseph WilBon, Pickering. 
lII.-Comprising the Townships of Reach and Scugog. 
Clerk, Richard Lund, Port Perry. 
IV.-Comprislng the Townships of U},.bridgc and Scott. 
Clerk, .John J.. Gould, UxLridge. 
V.--Comprising the Township of Brock. CkrA:, Joh>> 
Metcalf, Carl"Ïngton. 
VJ.--Compril'ing the Townships of Thorah. anrl the 
"(Tnited TOWllshipB of lIara and U:una. Clerk, C. Uobillson. 
Bea\'erfûn. 


20.-0xCOI'd. 


Acres, (Assef;sed), 5ï2,197: Acres Aasesiied to Residents, 
53.t,055; Asse
sed Ya1ue, $1l,6õ5,82S; Deloentures now 
outstanding. $15,600; County Debt, exchu.h-e of Deben. 
tures, $2U,000. 
COU
TY OFFICIALS. 
JJ'árden .......................
 John ßar\\ick ...... Woodstock 
Trtu/ntrer ...................... .James Kintrea... " 
Registrar ,....,.........,...... JaR II1
ersoll ...... 
Clerk ............ ...... no....., '\'. H. Landon '..... 
Ðngine.J'r......................., W, G. Wonham ..' 
Jzulge OJ. Cburt cf- Chair- 
man Quarter &ssiom... D. S. IIkQneen,..... 
Rlzer{(T...... ............... ...... James Carra\! ...... 
Clerk of the Peace............ W. Lapenotiere 
r3611 



rJ6 


:M"{j
ICIP ALITIES. 


[1858. 


----- --- - -- 
- ---- 
Ckrk f!f (bunt.1I Omrt and I IV,-Compri-ill
 th.Lt p:lrt of 
orth Ea
thope east ofline 
D. C/Pl'J; ,!t"the Crown... .Jl\m('s Kintrea...... WooJ.stock bptwet'll L"t
 25 :mll 
(j "ud lIorth to &th L'(m,.e
-ion inclu- 
.lli/l!J.p Slll"T
l{JaÜ ............. W. La
eno.tiere... .. I !'ive, with!he 9th and 
Oth ('onl'

sio!1s.' .and 
ll that
p:\rt 
HR.{JL.Stl"llr .
urr()oatl'......... .J. G, \an81Ul\rt ... .. of South b\
thoþe not wdutlt'll 10 Dn'lsllJn!';o 1. (Ierl.-, 
tt
r9lVn L md .Agent......... John Carrall......... .. Will. CH

ey Sh..kespt':\re. 
(hunt!! Tvwn- WOODSTOCK. Y.-Cemprbin:; the 'rown -hips of 'Iomin:;:tcn. mma. and 
I . . ":111.L('P. :mll cûnc('
,j.,n8 14, ];,. and. Hi orth., To" ll
h:p of 
C
I..f )f:t
lstratp: .Jo
eph SI

wort

: 
IaJor; CIHk, .John ElIicp. "Tld cont'p

i.ID" 11. I:!. M, "nil 14 of 
()I'th l::"
 
'lrCl:;. _\.'" 
sed \ alue 111 ]:',) , , $1,:..4,440, hope. Cld'k, Samuel "'h:\k'}', "" t'st's COrIll>rs. 
IIiâ.
ion ClJUrts. 
L-Coml'ri..;ing thp Town of \V ood"tock, the Town
hip of 
Rlandti:lrd, the 'l'own><hip of E:1st Zorra, the Township of 
Ea
t lb..t<Il'J., Hnd that l>art of North Oxford situate t'Hrlt uf 
!:.at No. IIj, and as much of\\-est OJ\.forll as !iI'S ,,>1st of Lot 
\'0.7 to the !5tage ROlid, thence on the north side of the 

L'l.ge Ho;ul to "here the said road inter,;cds the 'l'owu- 
..hip of Bast Oxford. Clerk, G, Whitehead, Wooll
toc1... 
II.-CümprisinA" the To\\niol1ip of I31enhcim. Clerk, 

th COWIlU, Dcreham. 
III.--Coml'ri
Ing the Township of West Zorra and East 
.Missouri. CLerf.-, D. !lIatheson, Embro. 
IY.-Comprbing the Towuship of NOl"wich. Clerk, Jail. 
Barr, 
orv. ich ville. 
V.-Comprising 60 much of the Township of 
orth and 
WeBt Norwiclnille, (OxforJ. not included ill .he 1st divI- 
'lion) the To\\ Il of Ingersoll, and that part of the t","o 1st 
4ØnceH
ionß of the Township of Del'eham west of the mid- 
àJ.e 'fown line, CÚ1'k, David Caufield, Ingersoll. 
VI.-Cornprising that part of the Township of Dereham, 
not included ill the 5th Division. Oúrk, Charlcs IIawI..ins, 
Cösollburo;. 


21.-Pcrth. 
.\crl!s, 4i;û.663; AssesseJ Value, :j:.LOi3.089.66; Assess- 
mont, (for County purposes), :;33,()l
; Debentures now 
Qut.
tauding. :=;:33,400; County Delit, exclusive of Deben- 
ture
, S3
7 ,3ò
. 
COmiTY OFFICHLS. 
Wardcn ............... ........ Alex. Hamilton ...8hlike
peare 
l'rrosure.r .... .................. AI"x. lIlcGregor ... !5trattord 
r
istr/1I' ...................... William Smith ... .. 
CJ",'ii; ......'.. .'. ......... ...... S. Campbell ......... 
:';elicit",. ........................ E. }'. Ryerson .....' 
Su.l'V'.ym............,............ .Joseph G. KIrk .... 
.Twige OJ. (lJltrt cf Chair- 
'1nall Quarter &sðions.., Read Burrit ......... 
'5herW...............,............ U. Moderwell ...... 
'1krk r!ftllp. reaCP............ .John.J. E. Linton, 
fJ1R-rk nf Count.1I Court and 
D. Clerl: (!ftlte Drown.., Alex. McGregor ... 
Judge SlIrrúgu1(!. '........... Read Burrit......... 
r"'{Ji.
tr.l/. Sl/rrogaiA......... Alpx. lIIcGrcgor ... 
Crrw'n Land .1!Jmt ......... John ::::harnlll:1 ... 
Omnt!! TOWn-STR_
TFORD. 
Chief :\[a;(Ïstrate, Alexander n. Orr; Clerk, Alexander 
I.e'itch; A
s('
sed Value, $414,02;;; DebentureS now out- 
'ltl\ndin
, $14.800; Corporatioli Debt, exclusive of Deben- 
fures, $10U,UOO, 
Nvte.-ThiR last amount Is lent to the B. k I., JIuron R. 
Co., lind secured by Debentures from that Company. 
Division Cburts. 
I.-Coml'ri
ing all Xorth Easthope wcst of lino between 
Lots 
;, and 26, and south of road between 8th and 9th 
",m
esHions, all South Easthope west of side line between 
!:.ats :!5 and 26, all Downie and Gore Dorth and east of 
,'Oncession line between 10th and 11th concessions and the 
Oxford {{oatI, and all t;lIice from 1st to 13th concessions 
.mclusi,e. Uk-rk, l-
aby Williams, Stratford. 
II.-Compri
ing all thut part of Fullarton not included 
in Division No.3. and the Townships of Hibbert and 
Logan, Clak, TholllliS 
Iathieson, Mitchell. 
III.-Comprising that portion of Downie, west of Oxford 
Road nnt! south of conces
ion line between lOth and 11th 
.-oncessions, the 'fown
hip of llIanshal'd, all that part of 
t.he 'l'ownship of }'ullarton compri-ing the 13th and H.th 
';ancossions, and south of road leading from Mitchell road 
bt!tween Lot'! U and 25 east to Lot 3 in 10th concession, 
thence e;lst along line between 10th and 11th concessions 
to town line. Cúrk, James Celeman, M.D., St. 
Iary's. 


22.-Pmcrbol'o' and Yictol'in. 


An,.... í41.:3 \); :\c'rpo; lIn,ler C,:lÌtivM;on. 4û
.!)<;3; A... 
ses
 'd Y.\IIl
. .
.j :H1i,ljlJ(); A"..l'ssmeut. :i\lfi.iU: Dcl.Jl'l\tllr
 
now (JI
;

l
cljng, Done; ('''\luty I>ebt, cxclu:iÌvc of lI..1)CI1- 
ture., 
...._l.i0. 


C J\.;:iTY OfFIC' 
L". 
núrden .................. ...... \V. CoUindl:1.I:1...... ()memeo 
7're.1surtr ...................... \"alt...r 
hl>l'id:Ul ... l'etel'borù' 
lle:}i:strar fllr r..tavvro' ... Charll1
 Rubillgc ... " 
" nctúria....., II. Dunsford ...,..... LindsllY 
Clcrl. ........................... WHltf'r 8hpridan ... Petcrboro' 
Solid/f)r ... ............ ......... Geo. Dunsford ...... .. 
RI/I.llc1Ior.................,....., John Reed............ 
Judg
 (b. Court cf: (.ltair- 
71ta1t Q;'artpr SaÛ(ms.., G. n. I!:III ............ 
R"cr(rr.....................
..... .Jamos Hall ......... 
Clerk of tlte rf'.tlf'c ......... 
Cler'. ,!Ì' CO?(.I/I/ ('ourfand 
D. Clerk '!1"til(' ('rown... Thomas Fort yo ....., 
Jurl!f1J SIlT1"o!Jate ... ......... G. n. Hall ............ 
RCJisfr.1r Surrllflll/........... Thomas Fort-ye ....., 
Crown La.nrl.A!J
lIt ......... Walter Crawford ... 
OJUrity 7hwn-PUERIJotW'. 
Chief :\Ia
is
r:1I"e. .hmes Ste\"enson. :\IAyor; Clerk. .Ja!'. 
J:Jw..rd..; A
s"'s1'ed Ynlue. ;;:!iSO,OOO; l)cLt'ntures now out- 
stanùinl(. $!,!Ml!; Corporation Debt, exclusÏ\e of D",bell- 
turc
, nOlle. 
Division Cbllrl.
, 
I.-Cumpri>ing the Town
hipr! of Monaghan, Smith. 
}
nnbnlOre, p:>rt of Duuro, DcmmC'r, and OtonaÏ1ee, Ol
rk, 
John Joseph Hdl, P
terbo\'o'. 
]I -Comprising the Town
hip" of Dummer in part, and 
A
phod('l. CI rk, Jr.mes }<'oley, Norwood. 
I HT.-Ü;mprHng part of the Township of Otonabet. 
CIerI;. G. Read, Ke('ne. 
IV.-C'omprisil1l; the Townships of .l!:mily amI Yerulam. 
Clal:, Thomas 
Iatr:hdt, Omemee. 
I V.-Cmnprisini( tÞe Town
hips of Op.:<, Fenelon and 
lll'xh'y. (lel'k. J. n. ].ogie, Linù5ay. 
I Yl.--CnJllpri"ing the Town"hip of:\hrip,Jsa, Clcrk,.J. R. 
r.yttIp, Oakwooll. 
Vl[.-C"'II:plhjll
 the Townsh:p of Eldon. Clerk', Ismel 
I Fergu
.)n, \\"ooJ\'.i1Ie. 


.. 
.. 



:J.-Pl'CSCOtt aUII RusseU. 
As,.
..<;ed Valne, $1,
3::!.OOO; As,"p!<slllent. 

1.636; De- 
Ll'ntUl',,;i new outstanding'. none; County Debt, OXclUbiTQ 
of lkheutures, Done. 
COUX'IY OF:-ICI 
LS, 
Wllr,1en ........................ W. Bradley.... C'lledonia Flat. 
T"ell.
urcr ..........,........... .J. W. :\Iarstou, L'Origmù. 
Rc:Ji.<t1"ar far PresI'O,t...... S. ?tl.CIIFhman, .. 
Clerk .:........ .

:




.:::::: i
O

rli
'::..s::: 
Jad!J" (\1 (I)Urt cf CluLir- 
'TIwn Quartfr s,.ssions ,.. Peter Freil...... 
S"e,.
!r..................... ...... C. P. 'l'relulwelI, 
('lrrknftf.. ]>CW<3............ D.lIcVon.tlll... 
CierI.. ;,{ O>llnty Cv/!rt and 
D. ('ierl. of the C101(W... .r. \\'. Marston. 
Jw.lqc Sltrrngal,' ............ W. I\.. :\IcKenzie. Va11kleeK IIi'l 
Re_j1."'r.lr SlIrrf)fJllte......... .J. \\". 'larFlon, J.'Oril!nlil 
CrOwn Land .1!Ìmt ......... X. 
tt'wart...... Ysuhil-ek Hill 
(\runt:! 1\m!7i-L'(mIGxAJ.. Xot incorporf\ted. 
lJivÚ;irm Gaurts. 
I.-Coll1pri!<in!
 the 'fown..hip of Long-neil, 5 front CO)), 
cp!'
inns of t h
 '1'"", n"hip IIf ('a)('l1onia. au,lnort h-eaFt part 
of tho TowmJÜp of Alli'ed. C'erk,
.:\!. CUFllIIllI.lI. 
IlOrib'ual. 


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1858. ] 


67 


MUNICIPALITIES. 


II.-Comprising the Township of West Hawkesbury, Clerk oftlle Peace............ W. B. McVity ... Barrie 
from front of third con('
ssion to rear of Township; also lÀputy Clð'k of the Peact, Thomas Llo) d... .. 
the west part of Township of East Hawkesbury, from Clerk of County OJUrt...... Jonathan Lane '" " 
front of 3rd concesi!Ìon, and bounded on the east by road Depltty Clerl.ofthe (.TQwn, 11. H. Gowan...... " 
allowance between Lots 30 and 31 tQ rear of Township; Jud!leSurrogak............... J. R. Gowan ...... 
and also the rea.r of Caledonia to 6th concession inclusÌTe. Reg.istrar .';urrogate.....,... .Jonathan Lane,.. 
Clerk, Charles Waters, Yankleck Hill. Crown Land 
4gent ......... .John Alexander, 
III.-Comprisin
 the Township of East Hawkesbury- County Town-B.\RRIE. 
that part ext.endin
 from front of 3rd concession; and Chief ItIII.!!Ïstrate, Henry Rald\\ in Hopkins; CJerk. Gee. 
bountlp
 on the wt'st b
 road allowance betw
en Lotø 30 L:me; As
essed Value. 
3S,j,928; Assessment, $:!65,784; 
/lnd 31 III each conceS"lOn to rear of Town
lllp, Clf:rk, Debentures now outstanding, $l:l,OOO; Corporation. Debt. 
Wïl1iam .Jameson, Le I'oulon P. O. . exclm.ive of Debentures, none. 
IV.-Compri"ing the Townships of Xo
th Pluntagenet I Dit,iÛon Court:!. 
..nd South Plant.aóenet, and South and 
orth-we"t part..& , .. . 
of Alfled. Clerk Albert Hagar Planta"'8net 
lills. I.-('..o
lpIlsmg the Tow?shlps of ',;"pra and InnIsf.I. 
- '. ' ',<> . that portlOn of the Townl<hlp of Essa lymg eastward of tbe 
'.-COmpnsIllg the Tmvn!'hlp'! of Cumberland ana 4th concession in the said Township, and also that por- 
CllU"cnce. Clerk, John S. Cameron, Cumberland. tion of the !'aid Township of EI'IS8 northward of Lots 
VT.-Comprising the TOWD3hips of RUb
eIl and Cam- numbered 25 in the 1st. 2nd. 3rd, and 4th concession!', re- 
bridge. Clc1'l;;. Jame5 Keays, ltus
ell. spectively, of the said Township; nnd that portion of the 
VII.-Cumprising the Town!'hips of West IIawkesbury 'fowns!lip .of Oro 

 lng westward of. the 10th conces
io.n in 
and East llawkesbury-those parts cOlllpri8in
 the two 
he said .Tow!1shlp; and that portion of the Towns!:lIp of 
front conceSJ!ions ofeRch. Ckrk, A, Beaton, Ha\\kesbury. ro!!O
nt1O lymg northward of Lots numbered 25 1ll the 
1st. :-nd, :Jrd, 4th. 5th, 6th, and ith conce!'sions, respec- 
tively, of the said To\\ u
hip of Tosorontio. Clerl:, ThomNl 
Llo,rd, Barrie. 
II.-COmpri
lng the Township of West Gv.ilIlmbury 
(;Ztrk, John }<', Davies, Bradford. 
III.-COmprising the Township of Tecumseth, and that 
portion of the Township of Adjala lying northward of Lots 
numbered 11 in the 6th. ith. and 8th concessions, re
pec- 
tivcly, of the said Township of Adjala. Clerk, Frederick S. 
Stepllens, Tecumseth. 
IV.-COmpl'Ï'ing the Township' of Xottawass!rß :md 
Sunnidale. Clerk, Andrew .Jardine, Nott3wasaga J.lilI6. 
V.
mprising the Townshipc; of Flos, Tiny, Tay, aJ
d 
that portion of the Town
hip of Mcdonte lying westward 
of tho 11th concest'ion of BIUlle Township. Clerk, John 
Craig, Flos. 
YI.-C(,mpri"ing the Township of Orillia (Xorthern and 
Sonth"rn Division!'); tL.e Towllship of Matchedash, antI 
all that portion of the Township of Oro Iyin!!; eastward 
of the Dth Concession of the /ilaid Township of Oro; and 
all that portion of the Township of Medonte lying ellBt- 
ward of the lOth concession of the said Township. C Lerh, 
Adam Paterson, Odllia. 
VII.-Comprising- the Township of Mulmur; that por- 
tion of the'l'ownship of Tosorontio lying southward of 
Lots numbered 26 in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th. 6th, and 
iih concessions, respectively. of the said Township ofTos- 
orontio; Bud that portion of the Township of Essa which 
Hes westward of the 5th concession of the said Township 
?f E:3sa, except those Lots lying northward of numbers 25 
1ll the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th conces,.;ions, respectivel)',o! 
the eaid Township of ESRA. Clerk, John I..ittJe, lIIulmur. 
,"IU.-Comprlsing the TownFll1lps of Mono and Adjala, 
except thos/'! l.ots IJing northward of Lots numbered 11 
in the Gth. 7t11, and 8th concessions, respectively, of the 
Mid 'rou nshlp of Adj.lla. Clerk, George :W:cManus, Mono 
'Hills. 


24.-Pril1ce Ed,,'ard. 
Acres, Assesc;ed. 19í.491%; Assesc;ed Yaluo, $3,t181,8';'2; 
Assessment, $10,001 60. 
COU:o.TY OFFICIALS. 
JVllrckn ........................ A. Grulv ......... Demorestville 
Treas;ur.'r ......,.............. R. J. ChHpman, l>icton 
Ifl'{JÏstrar ............. ......... J. P. Roblin... .. 
Clerk ..'.................,...... N, ß'illltrd .....' 
Surt.eynr,....................... .J.O, (Jonger ... 
Judge 0:>. Court æ Chair- 
man Quarter Sessions... D. L. Fairfield, 
Sheri.!!................... ....... J. )fcDonllld ... 
Clerk of the Peace...... ..'... Philip Low...... 
Clerk (!f County Court und 
D. Clerk oft1
 Crown... ,Tohn Twi

,..... 
JudfJ
 Surrogate ......,..... S. Washlmrn ... 
Rq}islrar Burrofjaw......... 
. Ballard ...... 
County TùWn-J'ICTOS. 
Chief 
IlIl!:i"trate. Robert Ramsay; Clerk. .John Twigg; 
AssE'ssed Value, $2-1,380 20; Assessment, 
2,-137; Deben- 
tures noW outstanding, $;)75. 
DivisÚJ71. CaUl'lS. 
I.-Comprisin
 the Tou n of Pirton and part of fhe 
Township of Hallowell. Clp,rk, John P. Downes, Picton. 
n.-Comprising part of the Township of MaryslJUrgh. 
Clcrlr, 'fhomas Cook. ?tli1ford. 
III.-COmpri6ing the Town<.hip of Sophiasburgh. Clerk, 
!".JJnuel Solmes, Núrthport. 
IV.-Comprisin
 part of the Township of AmeliaQbu!"gh, 
Clerk, It. C.lI. Cotter, Roblin's Mills. 
V.-Compri
(ng part of the Townshipq f'f HaIloweIl and 
part of Hillier. Clerk, William Young. Wellington. 
'T-Comprlðlng the Town
hip of Athol. Cleric, Sheldon 
Spafford, Cherry Yallc
'. 
VII.-Comprislng part of the Township of Hillier. and 
part of the TowlIFhip of Ameliaslmrgh. ()l
rk, .Jo6hua 11. 
l"!adman, Consecon. 
Y nI.-Compri<;ing the Ea
tern Part of the To'll nsbil) of 
lJaryslmrgh. Clerk, Jj;, W. Wright, MarJsburgh. 


2.;.-Sbncoe. 
Acre!!. 1.159.400; Arres under cultivation, 1G2,OOO; As- 
!4ûssed Value, 
;),-187,2!Jô; As
essment $!0,416; Debentures 
now ontstanding, 2a:l,900; County Debt, exelushe of De- 
bentures, none, 


COùYTY OFFICULS. 
Wtl.r&n ...,.................... John Craig....,.... Flos 
Treasnrfr ........,............. E. S. LIIlly ........, Barrle 
Reoistrar .........,............ Geor
e Lount... " 
Clerk ..........................., R. ß. Bernard ... 
Su"..eynr.....................,.. 11. Cresy.ick ...... " 
Judge (
, OlUrt 
 {,/wir- 
man Quartð' &
sinnt... .J. R, Gowan ...... 
Sheriff....................... .:. n. W. Smith ...... Collingwood 
llarbour 


2G.-Stornlont, Dundas aud Glengary. 
Acres, í77,480; Asse!'Sed Yalue, $D,536,OOO; AsseSl'ment 
Rate, Xth of a penny In tl>e :f,; Debentures now out- 
standing, $.3,200; County Debt, exclusive of Deoontures, 
none. 
()Q{;flTY OFFICIALS. 
Warden ....... .... ............ Alex. McDougall....., Cornwall 
Treasu.rer ,.......,............. U. McDonald ......... " 
Registrar ft-r fJ'ùrm.onl... Georj!e C. Wood ...... 
" Du1'ida8... A. McDonald ......... MorrIsb'g 
" (itengary ... D. McDonaJd ......... Alex'dria 
('ler1c ...................,....... D. B. Het'nan ......... Cornwall 
Surveyor.........,...........,.. John S. Bruce......... " 
Judge Cn. Court d Uhair- 
71lan QuarLer Sessions... George S. JarvÏ8...... 
Sh
riff .... ....'.... ...........' D. E. r.lclntyre ...... 
Clerk of the Pearl! .......... James Pringle......... 
Clerk of County (burt and 
D, Clcr'k of tlle Crown... R Macdonell ......... 
Judg'- ,<;urrogau ...... ...... George Macdonell ... 
Registrar Surrogate......... Alexander McLean.. 
Cr<nvn Land .Agent ......... SamUt'1 Hart ......... 
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ClJUnty Town-CoR
wALL, I IV.-Comprising all that part of the Township of North 
. . , .. Dumfries lying West of J.ot 18, in the ith Concession, 
Contammg a populatIon of 2,000. ChIef MagIstrate, thence along the western limits of the said Lot 18 in a 
Wïlliam Mattice, !'II.P.P.; Clerk, Charles Poole. northerly direction to the 12th Concession, thence along 
. . . the western limit of Lot 22 to the Tov.nship line. Clerk, 
.Div
swn (burts. George Colcleugh, Ayr. 
I. - Comprising the Township of Charlottenburgh. V,--Compri
ing the Township of Wilmot. Clerk, .John 
Clerk, .John )IcRae, "illiamstown. Alchin, New llamburgh. 
n.--Comprbing the Townships of Lochiel and Kenyon. YI.-Comprising the Township of Wellesley. Clerk. 
Clerk, John McPherson, Lochiel. M. P. Empey, Hawkesville. 
III.-COmprising the Townships 
f Cornwall and Rox- "H.-Comprising the Township of Woolwich. Clerk, 
borough. (;lerk, William Milford I'ark, Cornwall. William lIendry, Conestogo. 
IV.-Comprising the Township of Osnabruck. Clerk, 
John Bockus, Dickenson's Landing. 
V.-Comprising the Township of WilJiamsburgh. Clel'k, 
John W. Loucks, WilliamsJ.mrgh. 
VI.-Comprising the Township of lUatilda. Clerk, .John 
Sylvester Ross, Matilda. 
YII.--Comprlsing the Township of 1\Iouutain. Clerk, 
William John lUdley,IUountain. 
VII I.-Comprising the Township of Finch and a small 
part of Roxborough (as far east as Moose Creek). Clerk, 
John A. Cockburn, .Finch. 
IX.-COmprising the Towm,hip of Lancaster. Clerk, 
Peter Stuart, Lancaster. 
X.--Comprising the Township of Winchester. Clerk, 
John McCuaig, Winchester. 


2'7.- Waterloo. 
Acrcs, 328,463; Assessed Value, 1856, as equalized 1857, 
$7,292,000; Assessment, $7,59584; Debentures now out- 
standing, none; County Debt, exclusive of Debentures, 
none. 


COU
TY OFFICIALS. 


Warden ........................ Isaac Clemens......... Preston 
Trwsltrer ............ ......... Charles Stanton ...... llerlin 
Registrar ..................... David S. Shoemaker, " 
Clerk ........................... ".illi:unDavidson... 
Solicitor ........................ Æmilius Irving ...'.. GaIt 
liuT1!e'/ors ...............,..... Schofield & Hobson. Berlin 
Jw1ye- OJ. (burt and Chair- . 
?nan Quarter &ssioßs ... WilHam Miller ...... Galt 
S lIeriff...... ............... ...... George Davidson...... Berlin 
Clerk of the Peace ......... Thomas Miller ...... " 
Clerk of County Court and 
D. Clerk oftlle Crown... .James Colquhoun ... 
JudgeSurrogak..........,.... 'William Miller ....'. Galt 
Registrar SurrO[Jute ......... A..J. Peterson......... Berlin 
Crown Lanr1.Agent ......... Henry 8. IIuber...... " 
County Town-BERLIN. 
Chief )Iagistrate, Henry S. Huber; Clerk, William 
Davitl80n, Esq.; Assessed Value, $648,616; Assessment, 
$7,783 20; Debentures now outstanding, $9,600 Grammar 
and Common School, $20,000 Preston and Berlin Railway; 
Corporation Debt, exclu
ive of Debentures, none; Rate per 
pound, 80 cents. 
JJivi8Wn Courts. 
I.--Comprising all that portion of the Township of 
Waterloo lying north of the Block line on the west "ide 
of the Grand River, and that part of the upper Block of 
the said Township lying on the east side of the Grand 
River north of Lots 115, 109, 104, 86 and 95, to the Guelph 
Township line, Including the Town of Berlin. Clerk, 
William Davidson, Berlin. 
n.-COmprising all that part of the Township of Water- 
100 lying south of the Block line on the west side öf the 
Grand RÏ\'er, and that part lying on the east side of the 
Grand River south of the northern boundary of Lots 115, 
109, 104, 86, and 95, to the Guelph Township line, including 
the Village of Preston. Clerk, Otto Klotz, Preston. 
IIL-COmprising all that part of the Township of North 
Dumfries, lying east of Lot 19, in the 7th CObCßsslon, and 
running a course with the eastern boúndary of the said 
Lot in a northerly direction up to the 12th Concession, 
thence along the eastern boundary of Lot 33, in the said 
12th Concession, to the Township line, including the 
Village of Galt. (;lerk, Henry lIIcCrum, Galt. 


28.-Wellall(1. 
Acres, 228,000; Debentures now outstanding, $96,000; 
Ceunty Debt, exclusive of Debentures, $10,328. 
COmiTY OFFICULS. 
.Warden......... .................. Jas, Cummings, Chippawa 
Treasurer........................ A. Thompson... Montrose 
Registrar ............ ............ D. D' Everardo... Fonthill 
Olerk .............................. D. D'.Everardo... do 
Solicitors ........................ .Macdonald and 
Hykert ...... '.. st. Catherines 


Judge Cb Court and Chair- 
71w.n QWlrter Sessicms ... Hervey)V. Price Drummond- 
ville 
Sheriff ...... .......n,.. ......... Robert Hobson, Fonthill 
Depldy ShaijJ......... ......... A. K. Scholfield, Merrittsville 
Clerk of the Peace ............ J.. D. Ra.ymond, do 
Clerk of County Court and 
D. Clerk of the Crown ... Nathan.J. Fitch, do 
Judge Surrogate .......... .... H. W, Price...... Drummondv. 
Regist-rar Surrogate ......... D. D'.Everardo... Fonthill 
Grown Land .Agent ......... Uenry Smith... Smithville 
County Town-!I1ERRITTSnLLE (not incorporated). 
Population, about 1,000. 
.Division Cúurts. 
I.--Comprising the Township of Crowland; that part of 
the Township of Thorold lying south of the line between 
Lots 178 and 195, running through to Pclham; that part 
of Pelham Ivin
 south of the loth Concpssion: that Dart; 
of I1umberstone lying west of Lot 10, in the several Cen- 
ceRsions thereof; and the v. hole of the 5th Concession. 
Clerk, Archib:!ld L. Cumming, 1\Ierrittsville. 
II.--Comprising the Township of WainfIeet. Clerk, 
Lemuel S. Yocom, Marsh\ille. 
IlL-Comprising the Township of Bertie, and that part 
of I1umberstone not included In No. I. Olerk, James 
Stanton, Fort Erie. 
IV.-Comprising the Towns1lip of Willoughby, the "Vil- 
lage of Chippawa, and that part of the Township ofStam- 
ford south of the line between Lots 136 and 13í, easterly 
from the western limit of the Township to the 80uth-cast 
angle of Lot ]33; thence north on the line bet\\een J.ots 
13:! and 1;)3, to the northern boundary of the To\', nship 
and Navy Island. Clerk, Edward Burton, Chippawa. 
V.-Comprising those portions of the Townships of Stam- 
ford, Thorold, and Pelham. not included in any other 
Division, and the Village of Thorold. Clerk, .Jacob Keefer, 
'rhorold. 


29.- 'V ellington. 
Acres, 791.604; Assessed value. $7,533.228; AssesSlllent. 
$18,833.05; Debentures now outstanding, $5tJ,OOO; County 
Debt, exclusivo of Debentures, none. 
COUNTY OFFICIALS. 
Warden........................ Charles Allan..,......... Elora 
Y-reasurer ..................... William Hewat......... Guelph 
Registrar ..................... II. W, Peterson......... "[gus 
Clerk ............ ...... ....,.... A, D. :Ferrier ...... ...... do. or Fer- 
SOZ ' ..
 { !I1es!<rs. }'erguson & } G I h 
IClr.-v,S .,....... ......... KingsmiU ......... ue p 
Surveyor ..................... Francis Ker ............ " 
Judge Co. Court d C hair- 
man Quarter &sBionl... Archibald MacDonald 
Sheriff ................,....... George .Jno. Grange... 
Clerk of the Peace... ...... Thomas Saunders...... 
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JVården ..................... .J.llartman, 
I.P.P....... Aurora 
Treasurer .................. J. S. Howard............... 'l'oronto 
RC{}istrar for rm-k...... John Ridout ............... " 
" J>eel ...... S. Brega ..................... Brampton 
Clerk ....,.... .............. .John Elliott ............... Toronto. 
Judge County CbuTtand 
Chairman Q,&ssions, Hon. S. B. Harrison...... 
Sheriff ..................... F. W. .Jarvis ............... 
Clerk of the Peace ...... George Gurnett... ......... 
Clerk ÛJunty Court...... Walter McKenzie......... 
Judge Surrogaw. ......... Hon. S. B. Harrison...... 
Registrar Surrogaw....... W. J. Fitzgerald ......... 
C()'U1/ty Town-cITY OF TOROXTo. 
;\Iayor. John Hutchisou,; Recorder. G. Duggan, .Jr.; 
Police Magistrate, Gcorge Gurnett; Police Clerk, William 
Andrews, Jr.; Chamberlain, A. T. )IcCord; As
istant do., 
Jobn Turner; 1st Clerk, .James.J, Burns; 2nd Clerk, F. B. 
Orris; Clerk of Common Council, CbaI'les Daly; Åf\sistant 
do., John Wilson; Junior Clerk. S. Radcliffe; Cbief ef 
Polict>, S, Sherwood; Deputy, do., Henry Hutson. 
Division CÞurts. 
I,-Comprlsing the City of Toronto; part of the Township 
30.-'Venhvorth. of York lyinp: eaf\tward of a line 2
 miles west of Yonge 
Street, and all of the Township of Scarborough, except the 
......res. 270,035; Assessed Value (real and personal) 3d, 4th, and 5th concessiolls. from Lot 1 to 26, inclusive. 
$7,328,012; Debentures now outstanding, $149,492. CÙ!.rk, Allan McLean Howard, Toronto. 
COUNTY OFFICIALS. II.-Compri!<Ing parts of the Towm:hips of Scarborou;!h, 
JV</rden ... ...... ............... .John Heslop,........... Ancaster l\Iarkham and Whitchurch. Clerk, C.
I. Keller, Unionville. 
Treasurer ..................... .James Kirkpatrick... Hamilton III.--Comprising parts of the Townships of 1oI<\rkham 
Rp1}tstrar Alexander 
tewart and Whitchurch, and the 1st, 2nd and 3rd concessions of" 
Clerk ......:::::::::::::::.:,:..:: C. O. Couns
ll ......::::: Vaughan. and 1st and 2nd concessions of mng. from Lot 
SoliciWr ...............,........ Johu O. Hatt ........." 1 to 10 inclusive. CUrk, .John Grieve, Richmond Hill. 
SuTl.eym-.........,.............. F. J. Rastrick .'....... 
Judge Co. (]Qurt & Chair. IV.--Comprlsing the 1st and 2nd concessions of King, 
man Quarter Sessions... ..... Logie....."........... from Une betwccn 10 and 11 north ward; " hitchurch from 
}Sheriff.......................... E, C. Thomail ......... llame line northward, and the Towm;hlp of ElI.St Gwilliro- 
Clerk of the Peace ......... P. B. Spohn ............ bury. Clerk,.J. C. Hogaboom, Sharon. 
Cwrkof County Court and V,-Comprlsinl!; the TownRhip of 
orth Gwillimbury 
D. Clerk of the Crown... Andrew Stuart......... :md Georgina. Clerk, Vacant. 
Judge Surroga1e ............ Oliver SprInger...,..... 
Registrar Surrogate......... Geor
e 
oll'h ......... Dundas VI.--Comprising 3rd to 12tb conces
ion of King, and 8th 
Crown Land Agent ......... T. Ambndge............ Hamilton to 11th of Albion. Clerk, Arthur Armstrong, Lloydtown. 
County TOWTr-CITY OF H
MILTOY. YII.-Comprisin
 4th to 11th concession of Yl\ughan, 
" and the 
orthem Division ofthe Gore of Toronto. Clerk., 
"Mayor, John F. 
Ioore; Pohce 
18gl
trate, George II, I Thornhill A. Agar Bur\\lck. 
Armstrong; Clerk, T, Bcas!ey; A!'se
s"tI "\ alue, $16.200,000, ' 
Debentures now out!!tanding, $1,148.759.60; Corporation TIII.--Compri.qing part of the Township of York lying 
Debt, exclul5ive of Debentures, $26,143.f>2. Wß!<t of a line 2
 miles west of Yon
e Str..et, the Township 
: of Etobicoke. and the Southern Division of the Gore of 
Division Courts. ; Toronto. Clerk, .John Paul, Weston. 
I.--Compri
ing the City of Hamilton anrl the Townqbip I IX.-Comprbin[Z the Township of Toronto. Clerk, Adam 
of Barton. CUrl.::, W. R. Macdonald, Hamilton. SImpson, Streetsville. 
n.--Comprising the Town of Dund.i15 and Town!'hip of X.-Comprif\lng the Township of Chinguacousy. Clerk, 
West Flamboro'. Clerk, ....Iexis Fidcle llegue, Dundas. T. :\Iclienna, llrampton. 
III.-C0ll'lprising the Town!'hip of :Last Flamboro" ! XI,--ComprisingtheTown!'hip ofCa]edon, 8lId 1st to 7th 
Clerk, .Andrtlw IInll, Waterdo"n. conces
ion Albion. Cluk, llenry Pettigrew, Sandhill. 
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Clerk of County Cburt and 
D. C Urk of the Grown... .James Hough... ......... Guelph 
Judge Surroga1e ............ Archibal
 101
donald " 
Regi&trar Surrogaw. ...... Thomas Keatmg ...... 
C'rown Land .Agent........P Andrew Geddes......... Elora. 
County Town-GuELPH. 
Chief 
!agistrate, .John Smith; Clerk,.J. Hough. 


Divirlon Courls. 
I.-Comprising the Town and Township of Guelph, 
Clerk, A. A. &ther, Guelph. 
n.-Comprising the Township of Puslinch. Clerl.:, Wm. 
Leslie, Puslinch. 
III.-Comprising the T{)wnship of Ecamosa. Ckrle, Wm. 
McCarthy, lI.ockwood. 
IV.-Comprising the Township of Nicho], except the 
11th and 12th concession!', the first 8 conce!<sions. incln!'he, 
of Garafraxa, Lots 1 to 13 in the Hth, 15th, 16th, 17th, 
and 18th concessions east of the Saugeen Road. and Lots 
1 to 18 Inc1U1dve in conce!'sions A. & B. Township of Peel. 
Clerk, .John Cadenhead, Fergus and Elora. 
V.-Comprislng the Township of Erin. Clerk, William 
Tyler, Erin Village. 
VI.-Compri15ing the Township of Pilkington, with the 
11th and 12th concessions of the Township of Nichol. 
CUrk, John Cadenhead, Elora and Fergus. 
VII.-Comprising an west of the Saugeen Road In the 
Townships of Peel and Maryboro'. Clærk, George Allan, 
Allansville, Peel. 
VIII.--Comprising the Townships of Arthur and Minto, 
with the western part of the Township of Luther. fl'om 
Lots 1 to If> Inclusi\"e, Ilnd the unenumerated portion of 
Peel and Maryboro'. Clerk, Cornelius O'Callagh:m, Arthur 
Village. . 
IX.-Comprising that part of the Town!<hip of Gara- 
(raxa, except the first 8 concessions thereof, and includ- 
ing theGore of saId Township, the Township of Amaranth, 
and the e8l'tern part of the Township of Luther, from 
I.ots 16 to 32 inclusive. Clerk, Alex.IIIcCo5h, lI.eaùing, 
Garafraxa. 


IV.-Comprising the Township of Beverley. Clerk, 
W. W. Barlow, Rockton. 
V.--Comprising the TownshIp of Saltfleet. C-Urk, .John 
.J. Bradley, Stoney Creek. 
YI.-Comprising the Township of Ancaster. Clerk, 
.James Ch
ss, Ancaster. 
VII.-Comprising the Township of Glandford. Cla"', 
.John McLean, Glandford. 
VIII.-Compri5ing the Township of Dinbrook. Clerk, 
William Servos, Einbrook. 


31.-York and Peel. 
Acres in York, 486,170; Peel. 292,178-Tota], 7i
,352. 
Assessed Value, York, $1,918.836; Peel, 258,f>20-Total, 
.,2,177.356. Assessme\lt, York, $14,406 876; Peel, S6,8S9,73f. 
Deltentures now out5tanding, $4,9-1-1: County Debt, exclu- 
sive of Debentures, $11,680. 
COUYTY OFFICIALS. 


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MUNICIPALITIES. 


71 


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Jun.iciIJRlitles, Cnll.Rt1a "\Vest. 


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('LEEK. AND HIS P .0. .
DDr..'"1!1! 


DnTlars. [)',l1w'.
. 
A,it'laide ......... 45.569 :'ii,5S' ;:;,306 \liddle!>ex... Thomas Cuddy... John S. IIoare '" Anth. Pr
ston, AdI'Jxid.. 
Adjala ........,... 
:1.5'!5 210.0:)
 ............ "'imroe Robe/.t l{eennn... l'atrick Kelly... J. Hart. KeenanE'ville, 
Allma
ton ...... 
.
..)II! 5:;.6S
 l:lS ;hmfrew...... Elias 
Ioore '..... A. Patterson...... George Brown. Adllla,oton 
A,Iulphu
to
n... 11,8:)';' 51;.8
(. 2:!j Lennox P. Allen.....,...... Samuel Ca
ey ... .J, B.AIIi
on. Adolphu,t.'ø 
Albion ...... ...... 56,1:!3 99!),:3il 2.e:;l' I'cd... ......... 1'.13\\ in3rton ...... W. Swit.wr ...... W. Switzer. Bolton'" ViI. 
_o\lJboroug,h ...... ;3.000 390 ';'GI 4,OiO ..
ll!in......... C. l\1cDou!:,ald ... H. Paterson Geo. 
hmró. AldlJo,l)ugh 
Alfrûd ............ 

.400 135.;U:: 611 ,'rescott ...... John A. Boult... .John 
IcGauvr(,D Peter .t:astm:m, AlfJed. 
Al1ice............... 13,!)!<!) 1
.96
 ............ :lcllf,cw...... United with Stli !ford 1.1nti/1st Ja nuary, IS;,R. 
Alnwick ........' 1'-'.20U I:!O,OalJ l.fJ.!O \orthurnb'l.. .James Campbell.. John lIarstonc... Û. Whittaker, .\In
 ick. 
Amabel............ 51,000 ....... ............ IJmce ......... United with Arr an for 1I1unici
}al purposes. 
.
nmrauth ...... 1::3.200 \\"e:Jington.. D. Spence ......... ......................., 
.\m('lia
lJGr
h... 4:
.:\CO ';'li9.1

 1,SOO I'riace 1':.1w'. 
, Epragllø......... Wm. Brickman,.. S. MeaC'ham. Rp<]n('/ qm... 
A/Jlhcl.
t bland. H,i5-1, 22fi.:H:! I..eO \ddiugt(on... \\ ilIi>lm Howard R. Butleil!h It, 13m leigh, Alllh,'r
t IL 
Allca
t"r ..,...... -1-l,i:)
 1,;,11'-121- ;,,í;:!; Welltworth.. .J. Heslop .......... :\1. D. L. Tisdale. W. A. ('oolo'Y. AuclJ!'ter. 
.o\mlerdon ......... 23,000 I:';
,.J
, I.2
O 
:
sex ......... H.ll. Cuningham C, Fortier ......... J.E. McGuirt', Amh. rlitb't<. 
_
nglesca ..'...... IjJ ,:lUO . ...... ............ \ddi:J.gton n. United \\ ith She ffi('ld for l\Iunicip al purposes, 
Anstruther ...... ............ ..... ;'et..rboro',.. Xo 
lunicipal 0/ 
ani7ation. 
Arran ............ 51,b:30 21;1),ti5
 2.
!\O BrUle ......... Woo. Uidd..n...,.. Lleorge Gould ... George GOlilil, Anan. 
Artemes;a......... 61.500 1
".1)0l I,S-1-l Ire.v ......'.. W, K }'Jeshl'r H. Campbell ...... R. Campbt'll. Artemeslll.. 
Arthur ............ tì5.9-1:3 f>]5,6;it 2.5110 WelJington.. And. !lIitcbell ... Woo. Cu
hing ... It, :\Iit.'hell, Arthur. 
A
hfil'M ......... Cl,3.J.
 2110,!)O
...,........ ihll"l.n ...... J, Hawkins, Jr... T, Hawkins ...... 
John Cook, Port AIlJcrt. 
A A S t P ,l l u \:' . d .. " . l .,. . . . . . . . . .. ., .. . . . ? !.. 
 . '
 . . ) '
 _ .)- 3 1 29 31 . . ().;i:: 2.4::.\ .'eterboro' ... Henry Jo'mÜds ... .Jas. S. FowldR '.. .J. }'oIey, I\orwood. 
. J 1.!1.J,1 l,n!,(; 1'/ inct' J
dw'. W. A. Palen ...... las. S. Cairndufl .J.S.Cllirnduff. C!wrry V'I. 
Al\gu
ta ......... i:\,üü:! 588.504 -1.il 0 '
rt'mille... .T. lIiIl............... W,l'cnnock ...... I. Wri
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Barton .....,...... l13
3 8:!O.2-!r ............ I\"...ntworth.. :\I. Ai/mum \. A. Secord ...... .J.lIar'Vey. Hamilton. 
BII.',t:lrd............ 49,900 3-15,39::' 3.1:1-1, LeedH ..,..,... II. S. Davison ... J. Warren ......... .J. Warren. B.."erl
', Ddta_ 
Bathurst ......... ............ :l;n.Of;
 tj".J. Lan:trk ...... .Tames 
oonan... .ras. McDonald... F.ll. Om
it. I't'rth. 
Bavhò\m ......... 5",V',i ,;";;:
.
jf- ü,Ui ';kin ......... .18S. P. WeaYer... Il. Garnham ...... W. Hatch. Strafiordvil
. 
ß(.èkwith ......... 6:..fOO 2.J..3,02 1 2.irjl f an:trk ...... .\. McArthur ... Woo. r.Iorphy E. ;\JcE\\en, }'nmktow!1. 
ßl'dfon\ .....'...... 4.0!\S 4';'.M!- -1ìO Frnut..nac... Thoma.s .Judge... George Howes ,.. J. 
. Bennett. Deniston. 
Belmout ......... 49.88! 1;'.
.9;;t IAil l'eÌt'rboro'... Ilobert Pre
ton... RoLt. Sloane...... R. Eloant', Nonwod, 
Ueutiuck ......... 76.00U 452.::!
( :3.2\)0 ,}rey ..,...... .John 
Ioodie...... It. Stewart......... Al(>:\.. Cechranp. ßentinclL. 
Uertie ............ 38000 ú; U:!I 3.0(11) WdbDII....., John Ru;eley...... It. Gr:lham ...... P. Lparn. Point AI.ino, 
Beverley......... iO.:!J() 1.08U.H
 4,bi8 W..I
t\Vorth. .T.l\lcQuepu ...... II. G. Barlow...... W. W. Barlow, Uocl;:ton, 
JkdHV ......... ... tìS,.J.
I" \ïctoria ...... Unit
d with Fen 1'1011 for l\Iunicil' al purposes, 
llido1lilph ......,.. 4n.::!i5 2H.:!lò( 3.
,r,1) Huron ...... 'f. Uod!!ins ...... W.lhlllgins ...... Wi/liam Porte. I,l1can. 
HinLrook .....,... 2ò,149 41l1,:!íl 2,1"\. Wentworth.. .John Sider .......J. 'J.'a)lor ......... Daniel L
'nch. Billhrook. 
ßl:mchanl..,...... 4!i.
13i .J.
.C..3í:. ............ :'erth ......... D. CI\thcart Wm. )IiIll'r, Jr... Wm. Wi-son. }'i
h ("'!'ek. 
Hl:mfurd ..,...... 2'.1.i28 .U:-;..B
 I,2
0 .J\.fbl'J .......J. Ban\Ïck......... LJ. Ellison ......... T, }'. Mitchell, lnn...rkip. 
Hl('lIheim ......... &t,C

 l.i('öI.lÜ, .....,...... )xron\ ...... n. Perry............ ........................ J. II, Laycock, Uiclullond 
J;Jithlidll ......... ... ....T.. ..... I{entì...w...... United \\ ith Bag ot tòr Municipal purpo!'t.f'. 
no,;awluet .....' 6:3,f')1 4íl/.1:\1 2,H8 Lamhton ....T. 'l'1'ipp ............ T. Crawford ...... Chas. Brebnpr, 'Yillder. 
Hrant............... ill.nOO :11\1,(,4:- ............ Bruce ..'...... William lIall...... ........................ J. Jamif>
on.ll.-ant. 
llrllntliml......... 71J,1ì1
 !,5m.
;;f 
Ir:mt ......... Arch, :\lc1-:wan... R. U. Strobridge.. John Cllme/"On. Hr:J.ntforð_ 
Brighton ......... 5
..J.76 ;.t(j (if 0 4,{j(j; :Xorthllml,'l. "5y. Richmond H. Bulkley,..... T. C. Lockwood. B/'ig-hton 
Uroch............... {jlj.Oul 4!1,J.!)ít 
.i:':lì Intxrio ...... .1. II. 'fhompson.. ,J. :\tetc!\\f ......... .J. Metcalf. Canninjrton. 
Bromky ......... 2;,,3
.3 Ij.;,{15: I
'J 
..tlfrew...,.. \1, 'Iullig-a.n ...... B. Upynolds ...... George Brown, Adlllll
WD 
Un'oliC .....,...... (j';',270 30l,i4" ..........'. [,amhton ... .John 
lcKenne... A. McUregor ...... 
BroughaDl ...... ............ ..... :(f'nfrt'\\ ...... United with Bag ot for Municipal purpoE't'It. 
Iku('e......,..,..... (j;,li(j 1"2.9'\1 2.:!/j;$ IJructJ ,.,...... 1\, 
lcKinnon ... P. Sinc1!lir......... l l'. ::<inclair, Brul'e, 
Hnrford ............ 1\;.2110 1,.J.S6.',:lcl 3.Mò9 'Ir:mt ......... "has. Hedgers ... .Tohn C:ttton '..... <\lonzu }'o"tl'r. Scotland. 
Burge..s. Xorth. 21.:309 :!U Lanark...... I';d. By. ne ......... rhomas ('1\Ïrns... Thomas Brool,e, r..rth. 
llUl'
"'8. f3outh.. t;.ilü 3,lìllcl 1:':1 Lee,ls ......... United with IJa
 t>lrd for :\Iunicip al pUl'pO
I'S. 
ßurldgh ......... 6.000 ....... ............ "o'terboro'... United with Du Inmer fur !.\lunici pal purposes. 
C.1istur ...... ...... :H,OOO Lincoln ...........,......... ... .., ..,...... ............ 
('all',ll)n............ 6!I.1100 611 5:':1 :3 !JO:! 1'0'..1...... ...... [. F'lUlkner ...... C. Rontledp:e ...... G. Dodrls, ('.11('01,)11. 
C'.!.lcdolli:
 ......... :\0.0110 101l.POI :-'00 "'rt'
cott ...... Wm. Hra'})('y...... .T. Proudfoot ...... D.Barrl'tt.C:I!e,l.mia }'J/lÞ; 
t':Lllll,rio1ge ...,.. t'o.rno ("\1.001 \............ ::ll
oell ...... \1. CasseUman ... .1. S. Cassellm:lll.. .John Bl'ntoll. Ca
!;()lhiUl" 
C,\lllllcn............ 2í :21!' 2
)9 O<;
 :!.".J.tI Ii..nt '........ .T. Emith............ /}, P. IÜ'rby ...... .J, !llilis. }iJor..nl'e. 
('anHlt'n, E,I
t .., 93600 !.III!) -0(' i,fJOIJ \lhlington... W, Whalpn ...... C S. !llcKiIll ..... F, 
lacEp:au. 
ewburgb. 
Camdeu Gore ... ...... ...... ........ ..... no ...... I(..nt ......... United with Can. .Ien f,.r !llnnidp 11.1 purpo!'(,s. 
Canhurough... ... 21.-1.80 
ì3. \.J 1!,3:\.i IIl\loJimlmd n Wm. 'J.'. Burke ... ,John }'olm!<bl'<'... 
th 
mith, Canborough 
('arralJoe ......... f.:!.OùO ;;<;!I,1fH ...'........ \fjd.1I..
ex ... .T. lJatpman ...... Hugh Anderson. Ed. Hand.v. D..lawflre. 
l'arrirl, ............ :;n,";
;' :!:\'!,lOt ............ IIr'n.." ......... !'. :llcYicar ...... 
dward 
a\age... 
:dm\lnd 
R\II1!I', Hr:mt. 
Cart\\ right ...... 3G.';'!',1 :ni,1 0< 1.';'5.. Om.h.lm ...... 
'. W. HowtJ ...... U. Deacon ......... W. A. LollCk
, I'ru.twrb:ht 
('a van ............ t,:3.Y:!! 81
,OOO 4.:!!O DllIhaDl...... .Juhn Swain ...... W. Berry......... J.W.SootLerll,CI\\an\ili". 
(':I,\.eIHlish......... ........... "..t..rhvro' ... 
o Municipal 0/ !?;/lniza/ion. 
t 'ayu1!:'1., :\'"rth..., 
:!.;)Iili ".):!,:!:!; :!5
n lIaldim:md.. James Mitchell... it. V. (iriflith ... R. V, Griffith. ('a..-uga. 
('.n-u
,l. 
()uth... 1:311-1 I:' ..". i>;o:.! 11/lI<linumd.. Wm. Coole ......,.. .ìpo. ".eb,;tpr...... lieo. "'d)"ter. l:a1nlulll1. 
Ch;,rlotto'lIhnrg ;
I.
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ry... I) '1l'LI'IlDan ... .fuhn H. Smith... J, R. Smitb. 
l.lrtint(1"n 
'."mrl"tt..villo... 
-1.! ,:3 710.; If :! ;\12 \'o/'fj,)k 
. !lkCall ......... ". 1\1. :-mith .......J. Bryning, }'Of(.'
t\iIIc, 
('h:lth,un ......... -.=")" .J.:!O :-1. ;t:\I;
 Ko'nt '........ S. Arnold It. Houston ...... H. }IIIu...ton. Chatham. 
,'hi/l!!Il.tC.m"v... II ::.J(J 
.
m.o;)( 7 :!
5 I'eel ... ...... \ndrew Stewart It. C. 
lcCollum... R.C.:\II'C..llu'u.C 'ph")l'. 
I'hu'c,/lc" ...:..... r,i<..,;,:n 15!',OSf; ...,........ '!uJ;sell ...... W, Jo:dw
r
s....,. !ì.J!.I:
e .....,... I O.B.Uue,Clannc .,Cro&a 
C'\l\n.l\l\o/l......... hi.:!\lO ....... ............ 
I'ont..nac... So l\Iumclpal O. ,!;RnJl.atIl'D. 
('1.I,rku ... ......... lji,f;10 O,2.tG ... ......... Durham...... .J. L. Tucker ...... Woo. Allen. Jr... Wm. S. Christie, Orcno, 
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72 


MUNICIPALITIES. 


[1858. 


NO. OF TOTAL AM'T TO 
4.S8ES8ED BE REA- 
TOWNSmp8. ACRES VALUE I1'i LIZED BY COmiTY. REEYE. TREA8URER. CLERK, ASD Hl8P.O. ADDRE88 
A8SESSED 1
57. 4.S8. RATl 
Ð',lIars. Dollars. 
Clinton ... ......'.. 25,2.U 76:3,53] 7,323 Lincoln ...... .T. S. Walker ...... Robert IIenry '" Robt. Henry, Beamsville. 
Colborne 33,740 277,89:; Huron ...... Benjamin Miller. .Jallies 'l"ew,;ley... .James Tewsley, Ca.rlow. 
COlchester...... ... ü3,ôOO 1,407 

ssex ......... .Tohn Brush ...... ........................ 
Cúllingwood... ... 68,UO 290,332 1,000 Grey...... ... William FI,'ming .James Johnston. .J, .Johnstone. };Ilphrasia. 
Cornwall .......... 65,600 66!,32(' 3,480 Stormont ... W. D, Wood ..,... O.Thompson...... 0, 'l'homson, ì\1oulinette. 
Cramaho 4.1,905 179,liL 4,358 Xorthullibl. It. III. Boucher ... William Easton. .J. S. Scott, CollJorne. 
v'rosby, !\orth '" 4!,9!9 1:35,60J Leeds ......... 'HI. Freden b'rgh W, Whelan ...... W. Whelan, \'estport. 
Crosby, South ... 49.850 184,10
 1,630 Leeds ......... R. Preston......... n. KilL urn ...... :1, DargaveI.Elgin. S.Cros. 
Crowland ......... 20,000 500,000 WeIland..... L. 1\1. Matthews.. .Jas. Hcndcrson... .\.lcx. Reid, Crowland '"iI. 
ClllrOl,s ....,....... 58,095 174,288 HI'uce ... ..... P, B. Brown ...... Robert Watson... Robt. \rat!<on, Teeswater. 
Cumberland... ... i6,000 166,341 1,3!6 Russell ...... Wm. Wilson...... Jno. Wilson ...... .John D. Wilson, Osborne>, 
Dalhousie......... 13!,8oo 145,05C 9.13 Lanark ...... John Donald...... .T. McDou;!aIl ... A.!\lclnnes, Mc'Donald's C. 
Darling......... ... 2!,715 37,840 276 Lanark ...... P. Guthrie......... .Tomes Watt ...... .fameR W.ltt., Tatlock. 
Darlington 60,000 1,5i6.i8J 8,6:H Durham... ... :.\1. .Joness ......... Henry };lliott ... It. Windatt, llowmanville. 
Dawn ,..... ......... 79..188 263,264 Laml,ton ... Richard Stewns.. Henry Bolton ... 
Delaware ......... 22, i38 277,25r ............ :.\liddlesex ... Jacob Weyler ,... C. J. L.'ldd... ...... John .Johnston, Delawar
. 
Derby 40.000 140,000 ...........6 Grey ......... S. A. .Jones ...... R. Harrison ...... 1'. Gordon, Owen 8ound. 
Dereham 67.200 1,155,5i:. 5,000 Oxford ...... .J. :?mith .....,... I:. V. Bodwell ... 1<:. Y. Bodwell, 
It. Elgin. 
Dorchester, N. ... 49.3.3 522.64E 7,330 )1iddlesex ... R. Craik... ......... .r. Putnam......... D. P. A)'lesworth, Dor. St. 
Dorchester, S. ... 30,624 300.66(: 2,880 Elgin ......... .Tacol, Cliue ...... I1enQ' Roberts... 
I. Fullarton, Lyons. 
Douro ............ 39,085 189,9Gf- 9U Peterboro' ... .T. Hogan ......... Il. Casement ...... Rob Casl'ment, N. Douro. 
Dover, East ...... 62,253 295,13:: 2,426 Kent ......... Thomas Crow ... T. W. :?mith ...... r. W. Smith, Chatham. 
Dover, 'rest...... Kent ......... United with Dov cr }:n.bt for 111 uni .ipal purposes. 
Downie ,........... 48,000 469,81::: 4,508 Perth ......... Wm. E. Byers ... A, 'IcGrej!;or ...... 1'. Ballantyne, Stratford. 
Downie, Gore of Perth ...'..... United with Do" nie for I1IunidpaJ purposes. 
Drummond 305,8Ir 842 L:mark ...... S. Frizell ... ... ... II. :lIcDonaId ... 1'homas Brooke. Pl'rth. 
Dumfries, North 4!,426 840,60(' 2,5:32 Waterloo ... 'rhos. Chisholm... .Tame!' Sharp...... .James Geddes, Galt. 
Dumfries, South 46.858 1,211,121 2,:309 Brant ... ...... D. Anderson ...... J. :.\IcNaught...... Oa, id llaptie, St. George. 
Dummer 6,000 llS.OlC 1,5iO Peterboro' ... F. Crow...... ...... G. A, Hill ......... .1. A, Hill, Warsaw. 
Dnnn............ ... 18,000 216,0:!(j 1,240 IIaldimand . Robert Arlllour... f
cor
p Bro\vn .... .Tames HIott. Dumille. 
Dum, ieh 70,000 53],00(. 5.500 l
lgin ......... Dugald Leitch ... D. :.\lcTavish ...... .T. T. 
IcColl, Iona. 
Easthope, N ol"th 4:3,691 433,02ï Perth ......... Alex. Hamiltun.. Alex. j<'isher ...... James Trow, Shakespeare. 
Easthope. South 22.-168 232,35(; 2.654 Perth....... ... S. Fryfo
el, :?r. ... .\nd. JUddle, Jr .T. J. Yoelcl,er, Ta,'istock, 
Edwardslmrg ... 62,8i.1 450,54,1 3,868 Gren, ille ... .Tames Keeler ... W, ß. Imrie ...... r. Hobertbon, SpencerviBe 
Egremont...... ... 82,996 169,238 1,098 Grey......... Adam Brown ... n. llogers ......... ll. Uogers.1'\ormn.nby. 
Ekfrid 58,130 :.\Iiddlesex ... John 
IcIntyre,.. ........................ II. )Iacfilrlane, G lencoe. 
Elderslie ......... 65,;75 li3,42ï Bruce '........ John Gillies...... Thomas Orchard. G, C. Ur'luhort. Paisley. 
EldcJfi 64,000 185.0S1 927 Victoria ...... Israel FerIJuson . D. FergUROn ...... .\ngus Hay, ndon. 
Elizabethto,vn... i .1,.189 1,067.12
 7,849 Leeds ......... 'rhomas Bell...... W. 
ihlock ...... .r. A.Brown, Uroelnille. 
Ellice............ ... 55,030 3:!5,14-J Perth ......... .Tohn Kastner ... :5. Campbell ...... 
, Cllmphell, Stmlturd, 
Elma ...... ......... 66,OiO 230,50
 Perth ......... Wm. Morrison... ArthUl'(jordon... Arthur Gordon, Doneg:ll. 
EIm
ley...,..... ... 2!588 123,152 1,058 I.eeds ......... .Tames Hourigan Il. Grahnm......... W. Ballantyne, Smith'l) B. 
Elmsley, North.. 24,0!5 141,91:- 3.425 Lanark ...... .John Stone ...... Ro
rt lJarrey ... W. It Carròll, 1', Elmsley. 
Elzevir ............ 70,.100 HIl
tings ... United with M.. .101' tòr :.\Iunicip" I pnrposcs, 
Emily 64,000 487,13(1 2,500 Victoria ...... Wm. Cottingh!lIu 'r. 
Iatchett ...... Rol,ert Gmndy. Omemoo. 
Enniskillcn ...... 87;600 359,004 ............ LamMon Geo.1Icl'h.,rson . Rohert, Dawson... W, Bl"Ïchan, Ennh. 
Ennismore ...... 17,066 tn,OOt; 376 l>eterboro' ... D. Costello......... D. Donohue ...... O. Donohue. Brillgenortb. 
El'amosa ......... -!4. 800 800,000 6,000 Wellington .. D. Black............ .ramps :.\litchell... James !\1itehelI, J
verton. 
.
rjn ............... 70.400 226,555 Wellington .. P. l\IcGilI ......... C. :.\Ir'IilIan ...... W, 'fyler, l
rin, 
Ernestown ...... 62,500 l,139,5:!1 3,561 Addington... Sidney 'Yarnpr... P. 8. Zimmermal' R. Aylsworth, Odes
1l. 
Escott { front 01 Leeds ......... Unite'd with f,'ol} t of Y onge for 
I IlnidpHI purpo
es. 
rear 0 Leeds ......... United with rcar .)f Yon'!e t()r l\Iu Ilir-ipal purposes. 
Esquesing...... '" 6i ,i29 1,218.0.1:: 913 Halton ...... .J. I1IcNau
hton, .John :.\Iurray ... .f. l\Iurra)'. StewartfowD. 
}
ssa ... ... ......... 59.538 3; 6,272 Simcoe ...... Will. 
IcClllin ... .John Henry... ... R. Ranting, Cookstown. 
};tobicoke ......... 2'>,88.1 l,3:!1.61:l York ......... A. !lId'arland ... .J, Daw;;ou ,........ .1. Dawson, Etobicoke. 
Euphemia..".. ... 39.200 199,880 1,341 Lambton ... E. D. K..rby ...... R. Gllnn............ W, Armstrong', Aughrlm. 
Euphrasia...... ... i2,000 144,000 G
ey :........ .Tames l{err ...... H. Wilson ......... .John Benson, Euphra
i>i. 
Fenelon...,..... ... il,838 4'":9,li2 1,281 VICtoria ...... Wm. R. Dick...... ramps ].'ilz
l'rald W. Pow Ie", }'enelon "'lIlH, 
Finch...... ......... 51.2;5 191,384 1.192 :'Itormont ... Peter CockhUl'n. .r. A. Coc'kLurn... 
tewart Connell, Berwi<'k. 
Fitzroy......... ... 53,275 2(ì:!,OO(i 2,430 Carleton... ... Thomas Elliott... \, Ri(l<lle ......... :{. mHot. Hubl,ell's Falls. 
Flam boro' EaBt.. 31.316 829.100 3,561 Wentworth.. .James )IdIonic
 
:. Evans ......... .\. 1[,,11. Watprdown. 
Flamboro' West 31,250 89G,22f- Wentworth.. W. D. DOllaldsol. .Tohn Weir......... \.!"impsoll. W.1<'lamboro'. 
1<'los ............... 64,100 156;5lf Simcoe ...... JohnCu:mning,.. Wm. Ilal'fe)'... .. William Harvey, I'los. 
FredericksL'g N. 43,626 8]2,03ã 3,3:3 Ll'nnox ...... A. B. McCay... ... .John S. JJell ...... [rH lImll, Hamhnrg. 
1<'redericksL'g S. Lennox ...... To be .ep>irated f rom j<'rcd,'rick!,J Ilrp;h {I;. on ht Jau. 18511. 
Fullarton ......... 39,7ii4 43i,72J 4,441 Perth ......... James Wat!iOn... ."1mes Brown ... I'ho
. Dunn, Cromarty. 
Hainsborough ... 26,218 432,39 1 1,596 Lincoln ...... neorg;e Secorrl ... .J. H. Snyder...... ,T, L. Becker, WeIland Pt. 
(.alway..........,. Peterboro' ... No lIIunicipal 0, :r:mi7ation. 
Harafraxa...... ... 9 t,090 46::1.64J 5,019 Wellington .. .Tohn Dohhin...... n. J.e-lip............ W. :.\IeCormlU'k, Reading. 
Georgin:l ......... 35.199 21 t31
 York ......... Angus EO!o ...... .Tohn Bovd......... John Boyd, Geflrj!ina. 
Glanlurd '" ...... 23.517 5SÚH 2,393 Wentworth.. Alex. Binkley... Thos. Choat.e...... T. Choate, N. Ulanfol"d. 
Glenelg ............ 70.000 2-'37,80(1 2,H8 Grey......... .T. McGirr ......... .r. Swinburn ...... .r. Swinburn, Belltinck. 
Glonc<,stcr ...... 86,643 252.52( 3,200 Carleton... ... P. Tompkins...... i: 






.::::::::: f:h:lrles lliIlin!!8, Ottawa. 
Ooderich ......... 52.900 627 ,06
 3,1>60 Huron ...... .T. Holmes ......... .J. Shaw, Gollerich. 
HosfieId ......,..... 59.600 1,348 
SReX ......... S, Wij;1Ïe............ A. R. Wigle ..... .J. Cuatsworth, Go
tìeld. 
Goulbourn ...... 58,127 Carleton... ... Thos. Garland ... C. C'lthcal"t ...... C. C'lthcart. Ui('hmond. 
Gower NOI.th '.. 32,256 U:!,12
 1,084 CarletOn...... Rol,ert Craig...... William Elliott... .r. Craig. N. Oowt'r Corners 
Gowcr South ... 20.000 145.:!UI I Grenville '" R. !lIeGee ....., no A. Cameron ...... .r. SlJaver. Hick's Corners, 
Grantham...... ... 21 
527 890,120 2,400 I,incoln ...... William .J ullkin . .T. H. R..s.
ey ...... C. R' Us. St. Cl\therines. 
Grattan......... ... 17,]gO 2-'33 Renfrew,..... Il. H. Smith ...... .Tohn Shaw...... . J. ll. Lett, '''ïlliertòrce. 
Grecnock ......... 58,686 100,00,1 2,000 Bruce ......... Geo. Cromsr ...... James Cromor ... .J. Cl"Oma.r, Hiversd
lø. 


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73 


TOTAL j 'UI'T TO 
NO, OF AHHEbSED BE REA- 
ACRES VALUE IS LIZED BY COUYTY. 
\.SSESSED 183;. \S:;. RATf 
DOUo.TS. DolTars, 
Grey .........,..... 65,1
0 212.060 1,916 Iluron ...... P, )IcDonald..,... John lIisiop ...... J. Stewart. Morrisdale. 
Grimsby 3-1.25U 83i,-!8-l 6,964 Lincoln ...... It. Miller ......... James Hindson... James Hindson, Grimsùy, 
Grimsthorpe...... 68.200 lIaRtings ... So !\Iunicipal Or J;aniza ion, 
Guelph ........,... 3i,OOO 8-lO,000 5,022 Wellington. W, Whitelaw... rhos, SandiIand
 W. Thompson, Guelph. 
Gwillimlmry E.. 63,000 838,268 1,231 York ......... n. D. Stiles ...... John T. Stokes... .John T. Stokes, Sharon. 
Gwilhmlmry X.. 30,i01 256,2\J6 912 York ......... D. T, Willson ... Hichd. Sheppard R. Sheppard,l{eswick. 
GwiIlimbury W. 42,650 í-l2.624 6,400 Simcoe ,..... Wm, Armson ... .1. Goodfellow,.Jr Geo. Dowda!', Bradford. 
lIaldftnand ..,... 80,300 14,336 5,376 Xorthumb'... .John \Vilson...... WilliamTaylor..,1'homas Bingley, Grafton. 
Hallowell .......,. 4-3.313 833.96ð 2,068 I'rince Ed w'. Obadiah Cooper.. .John Richards... Aaron D. Dougall, Picton. 
Hamilton ......... 61,571 1,440.9:!8 5,613 :'\orthumb'... .Joseph Phillips... R,)bert Harstone Charles Bourn, Cobourg. 
llarwich 91,265 915,;8,1, 4,080 Kent '........ .John )IdIichael Daniel 
IcColl ... Step..J. Davies, Chatham. 
Harvey......,..,.. 90.838 ............ ...,........ Peterboro' ... United with 8mi th for )Iuniciplil purposes. 
Hawkesùury E.. .fi,860 3-10,000............ Prescott ...... And, Alli:!On...... .James Gamùlt!... ':.Gamble, E.lIawkeshury 
lIawkestmry W. 30,251 416,6:36 1,116 Prescott...... .John Shields...... Daniel l\IcJ)onell A.Philip, Vankleekhill. 
Hav 53,-1-18 391.350 3,074 Huron ...... :\loses Johnson... William Wilson. Wm. Wilson, I{ippen. 
IIiblJert............ 41,4i6 :30-1.880 Perth ......... James Black...... Edward Downie. P. Woods. Carronhrook. 
Hillier 32.iO! 131,256 1,407 Prince Edw' Richard Xoxon.. William Young. Philip Flagler, Hillier. 
I1inehinbrooke, 85,000 ........,... ............ Frontenac... United with Port land for JIunicip .il purposes. 
llolll1Dd............ 77,367 25L;5:! 1,519 drey ......... '1. Desvitte .......J. Fleming ....., Wm, Lyons, Berkeley. 
llope ............... 68,622 1,033,121' 2,4&! Durham...... .John Rosevear... W. I<'. Allan ...... D. Clt!/Zhorn, Port Hope. 
Horton ............ 20.9U9 lU.93li 3-18 Renfrt!w...... Woo. Watt..........T. l\IcXab ..........T. .Johnstone. Renfrew. 
Howard............ 58.677 458,380 5,275 Kent ......... J. A. Rolls ......... W. Latimer ,..... W. L.'timer, :\Iorpt!th. 
llowe Island 8,460 ..........., ............ Frontenac... United with Pitt .burgh for :\Iuni ,'ipal purposes. 
Houghton......,.. 31,230 271),10,1, 1,8iO :Ilorfolk Andrt!w 
lisener J. Bridgeman ... G. Walker, HoughtonCtr, 
Howick............ 59.9i9 203,-100 1,068 liuron Goorf::e Str.ong.... I}eorge Dane...... George Dane, Gorrie. 
Hullett ... ......... 5-1,196 304,140 5,650 Huron ...... :;amuel H. Rance .rames Allen ...... .James Allen, Bandon. 
Humberstone... :!O,0l2 523,5
'! 2,307 Welland ...... Daniel :Ilear ...... Amos L. Hawn... .T. Thompson. IIuml.erst. 
Hungerford ...... 9-1.200 2:!6.200 2,827 IIastings... Rob, 
lcCammon William En-in... George Howell, Tweed. 
Huntington ...... 56,000 liS,;)20 2,-1135 Ha!'tings ... Philip Luke ..,... r. Watson ......... J. 8, Ryall, W. lIuntingd. 
Huntley......... 6:J,f300 16i,'!61; 1,0-1-l Carleton...... IIt!nry.:\IcBride... W. .:\Iontgomt!ry.. .John Fenton, Huntley. 
Uuron 57,5-15 l:!!J,ß.H 2,300 Bruce ......... '1 )lcLennan ... .J. Campbell ...... .Tos. Parker, Kincardine. 
Innisfil '........... 68,800 486,660 5,978 Simcoe ...... rhs. R. Fer
uson Uenjamin Ross... ßenj. Ross, Innisfil. 
Kalador............ 67,200 -\.ddington... United with She !field for Munici pal purposes. 
Kenneùec......... 68,500 Frontenac... 
o 
Iunicipal Or 
anization. 
I{enyon......,..... 73,13,1, 20i,;2! 1,400 Glengary... .James McDonell.. Anl!:us :\IcDonald.T. R. McKenzie, Kenyon. 
Keppel............ l1rey ......... United with Del" by tor l\Iunicipal purposes. [dine. 
Kincarl1ine ...,.. 60.556 232,0-10 Uruce ......... William RashlL .James LeGear ... :\1. McKendrick. Kincar- 
King ............... R:W51 1,ïi5,660 3,i51 York ......... i}eorge Hughes... .Joseph Wood ... .Joseph Wood. Laskey. 
Kingston ......... 47,966 1.200,000 5,292 f'rontenac... :leorge Sexton ... David Purdy...... P. McKim. Waterloo, K'n. 
Kinloss ............ -I.3,R82 179.0IìS Uruce ......... John Purvis ..,... Peter Ueid......... P.Reid, St.Helen'!',Wa'n'h 
KiUey 46,893 366,844............ Leeds ......... William Smith.. R. W. :Ferguson. R. W. Ferguson, Frank". 
Lake ............... 68,080 ............ ............ Hastings ... United with Mar mora for l\Iunici pal purposes. 
Lanark ............ 60.000 215,880 3,000 Lauark ...... -\.ndw. Steven SOD Adam Crai
 ...... Alex. G. Hall, LaDark. 
La.nca
ter ...,..... 56,926 611,212 2,000 Glengary... .John :\IcGillis ... Daniel McGruer . Peter Grant, N. Lancaster. 
Lan 'do { Ft. ............ ............ ............ Leeds ......... United with fron t of Leeds for !\Iu nicipal purposes. 
s wne Rr. Leeds ......... ünited with rear of Leeds for MUD icipal purposes. 
!.avant ............ Lanark ...... United with Dal housie for )Iunk ipal purposes 
I.eeds { fr(?nt 01 
9.
52 
8
,

 1,002 Leed: ......... .J,ames I{irker ... A
ner Landon... 1'. Cheev
rs. Gananoque. 
re,Lr of /3,119 2U_,_3_ 1,8UO Leerls ......... bdward Green... RIchard Sheffield ,J. Kendrick, I,yndhurst. 
Lobo .....,......... 4i,398 45-1,2,1,0 8,100 'I1ddlesex... Robert Adamson H. F. Edwards... John Brown, Lobo. 
Lochiel............ 68,400 Glengary ... .-\.lex.)IcDonell... ,). Quil!:ley,........ O. Quigley, Lochiel. 
Logan 50.400 200,5-18 Perth ......... RobertChristie... 1'homas Freeman R, W. Cans, )Iitchell, 
Londun ............ 100,000 1,6(12,000 21,500 'Hddlesex... Woo. 
Ic:\liHin... William Balkwill William Taylor, Arva. 
Longucuil......... 23.620 1'50,000............ Presc Jtt ...... John A. Boult ... P. McGanovan... P. EastmaD, Alfred. 
l..oughbùrouJh... 50,000 283,0,1,(1 1,327 Fronten8C... WiHiam Boyce... Xicholas Amey... .John Walsh, Railton. 
Louth 20,022 597,22
 3,057 Lincoln ...... I}. P. M. Ball...... -tb. Martin ...... Al.raham .:\Iartin, Jordlln. 
Luther ............ 90,000 Wellington.. United with Art hur for l\Innicip.Ll purposes, 
Madoc iO.!OO 218.650 2,400 Hastings....T. R. Ketcheson Ed. l\1ooncey...... U.. C.orrigan. Hastings ViI. 

lLid.tone......... 3:3.105 169751 16,975 E
s('x ......... F. l\Iarentelle ... .James Henry... .J. Devlin, .:\Iairlstone. 
Jrl'Llahidø ......... (;5.000 8:!4,00U i,295 Elgin ......... .Jos.Harvey ...... :'i, L. Wood ...... P.IIod:.!;kinson,AylmerW. 
)l,tid.'n ... ........ 20.000 li8,005 1,851 Essex ....,.... .John Caldwell... Henry Botsford.. n. Botsford, Amherstù'g. 
)!am'crs 69.5G5 '!í7.6!1f> 3,000 Durham...... Porter Preston... Uenry Staples... A.Ryley, Ballyduff.l\lanv. 
)Iara ......,........ 67,24i 175.83x 1,t72 Ontario ...... D. G. Hewitt,..... .James Ritchie ... Daniel O'Brien, Atherley. 
)Iarch 2'i.2no 8-1.51:! 520 Carleton...... R. Y. Greene...... Georgt! Morgan... G. :Uorgan, Sonth March. 
)l'1fil'o
a 48,728 73t,lSr. 3,0:>9 \ïctoria ...... 
. Davidson ...... .J. Thorndyke ..,.J. It. Lytle, Oakwood. 

I,Lrkham ,........ 6i,999 2,5;)i.fH:! 4.593 York ......... O. Reesor ......... H, P. Crosby...... II. P. Crosby, :\Iarkham. 
IIarlhurllugh 60,000 U9.9tJ8 1,273 Carleton...... William Kidd '" fhomlls l\IcKay.. Ed, MillR, Richmond, 
tI'Lrm')fa ......... û.1,ORO 129.i30 1,200 Hastings...!;. .Johns............ D. G. Bowen ...... Geo, Wig
ns. l\Iarmora. 
M,J.fyùorough,.. 56,;35i 28í,í!0 2,000 Wellington. .John l\I<-Keeman R. S. Moore ...... R. S. .:\Ioore, Hu
ton. 
l\laryslmrg -li.tI6 519,OOÛ 1,653 Prince Edw'. Xelson Dodge ... a. Daic:man ...... R. n. Turnbull, :\Iilford. 
)IMched'Lsh ...... 47.400 Simcoe ...... United with OrU ia for :\Iunicplil purposes. 
}IdtihhL ............ 1):.1,200 Dundas ...... .Tohn LaIng ...... S. Doran............ H. Harkness, 'Matllda. 
JIedunte 63.52n 209,112 Simcoe ...... .Tohn Craig ...... Edmund !'tIoon... Edmd. Moon, 
Ipd()nte. 
)Ielancthon ...... i6,ROO 1211.00U 700 Grey......... Elias n. Grey...... .John )Ulls......... K. McAulay, DUlld,\lk. 
)lcr
l'n 3:!.:JfJt 239,41i4 2,200 
:88ex ......... rhea. :\Ialottt! ... Leo. Wi
]ß......... John Wijrfield, l\Iersea. 
M.,t<
tlflJ ......... 3';.i05 201,2:!u 4,019 :\Iidl1lesex... Thomas Moyl'! ... lamps Heilly...... Eo Goldrich, Napier. 
ttethu
n l.mt Peterboro' ... United with Del mont for :\Iunici pal purpo/;es. 
Jrlid.llcton......... 4:!.l:.>8 36
,-I9r 1.20'; \'orfolk ...... ItoJ(er Crysler '" E. D. Buchner ... Ed. 'f, Heron, RollJh. 
l\1into 7-1.00i! Wellington.. United with Art hur for 
Iunicil' al purposes. 
)Iona
han 
.... 12.R-19 ISij,OOIl 616 Peterboro'... R. 'l'hompson ... W. Fowler ....,.... C. Ormond, Peterhoro'. 
lIonaghan S. ... li,316 2:)'i,508 SSG 
orthumb'.. William Graham J. Perrin, Sr...... .J. Eakins, 
Ionllghan S. 


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llono ..,.........'.. 
Montague...... '" 
Moore 
Morningtun ,..... 
blorris 

IoslL '.......,...... 
Moulton 
Mountain ......... 
!tI ulmer... ...... '" 
MnlT.. v............, 
McGilÌi
'ray ...... 
lIIcKiIlup ......... 

IcXab 
Sa:!sagawoya '" 
Nelson 

 epean ............ 
Xiagara......... ... 

 kiwI... ............ 
Nissouri, )o:a
t h. 

issouri, West... 
_.orm.mby... '.. 

o..wich, North 
K orwich, South 
Soltawasagl\..,... 
Oakland......... '" 
Oldpn ...... ......... 
Oneida 
Onoud.\ga ......... 
Ops ...... ...... ...... 
Orford.........,.. '" 
OriIlia............ '" 
01'0 ...... ............ 
Osgoode ,........,.. 
O
nabruck...... '" 
050 ...... ... ......... 
O"prey 
Otonabee ... ...... 
OXfOl'd 
Oxfurd, F.1\st ...... 
OJ.t0rd, Xorth ... 
Oxfurd, West 
1'akenham...... '" 
1'11.1 Illeflston 
Pe
l............... ... 
}>clham ... ......... 
Pembruke ,.,..'... 
Percy...... ......... 
Pickering 
Pilkington...... ... 
Pittsburgh..,... '" 
Pl:1utagenet. N... 
Plantagenet, S.... 
I'lympton ,........ 
Portland ......... 
Proton '........... 
l'nslin,'h ......... 
ltainhall 
Raleigh ............ 
RlJ.illa ............... 
ltamsay ... ,.,...... 
Rawdun ............ 
Reach ............... 
IUcbmond ......,.. 
Rochest.'r ......... 
Rumney..,... ...... 
Ross 
Roxborougll ...'.. 
Russ"ll ............ 

"ltneet ..,... ,.... 
Sandwich... ...... 

Rra'vak ......... 
fo:;unia ............ 
Saugpen ... ......... 
Smrborough... ... 
Scott 
Seugog .....u..... 

encca 
S('Ylwmr 
8heffielol......... '" 
Sherbl'ol)ko 
Sherbro
ke, N.... 


MUNICIPALITIES. 


[1858. 


TOTAL I AM'T TO 
NO. OP \

.E/j8ED BE REA- 

CR
g V AWE I
 LIZlm BY 
\SSESSED 18ií7. ASS. RATr. 


COUNTY. 


R1:EVE. 


'fRC \J!"[TRER. 


cumK,AXD IrIS P.O. AI>DR.E8ti. 


Dnllars. Dollars. 
70,400 2:
:t,OI)O 2,2 1 }1) Simco" ...... qeo. :\1c'Ianus... '3. .Ukinson ...... \. Henry, lIIono CentN'. 
fJ3,:!50 2iü,500 3,0!J0 L:mark P. )I:litland ,..... C. Vl1ndm:an...... Wm. HamsE>Y. Smith's )1. 
i3,-I01 4;;
,ii
 3,061 L:lmbton... Wm. ?lIcl'her"on Ch'lR. l\I,'Ula
hðn A. Sinclair', :I[('0rp. 
50,i
-I 2:
a,000 ............ Perth ......... n. :\JcFadden ... Jamps Reé'd ......:-:. Whaley.We,t'i'>CornPI
. 
55,H7 1f\i,:!H ......,..... Uuron ...... Chltrle!' I'arker... P. :lIp('utcheon... Alpx. 
Findlay. Orchill. 
46.159 4Si,OH 5,580 )lId<11e!'er.... .IlLmes Oanliuer . William Xeal...... A. Wilson. Wanl:;vi!1p. 
2>1,a72 58;),072 i,6
 U.1ldim
md.. Jos. R. Brown ... Il.hn 
rartin .;.... .John !\Jartin, DUnjlTille. 
57,600 .................. ...... Dundas ,..... fly. II. Boulton.. .John :Uorrow ... .Tllmes C. ('lark, lI1()\mtalTi. 
iO,400 16:!,;i:12 1.
'1-1 ::5imcoe lohn C0oper...... .John Uttllj ...... .John Uttle. 
Iulmer. 
4i,!H6 65!J.8
n 2.74
 ...orthumb.... It. J'owell ......... ,to Jones............ lI.I"leldhon'c, 
lIlith's C. 
64.016 400.100............ Huron ...... Rieh'lr,j Shoults. WiHiam Long ... o. Shott: IIIcGillivray 
50,6.35 278,312 Huron ...... Denllis Downe)'.. Arch. Dickson ... .J. 8ulliTan, I1nrpurheT'. 
40,ii -I 198,712 1.
t;O Henfrew...... lohn Paris......... .John Forl.est...... A. n. Do\V
well, J:urnst'n. 
46,800 30l,3;Jti 1.
OO Halton ...... r.l
a
terbrook....T. Ensterbrpok... J.l\IcNair, Nag
agawc)'a. 
-11\,000 1,4
i.4aO 8,i5
 l1alton. ...... Itollert )li11pr ... '\. G. :lIacKay ... .\. G. l\lcCay, NeI
on. 
66.:!50 2i2,316 2,10J Carleton...... Goorge Bell ...... 
]eorge Arnold ... L', Stapleton. Belrs Cor'r.. 
22,-100 822.8:W l,21:! l.incÐln ...... Jas. C. Woodruff Arthur Shaw Arthur Shaw, Qlwenstou. 

7.0UO 6-l8..1
o.; Wt'llington, James Unss ...... .James McQueen. Jamcs :llcQupen, F('rgw;. 
4::;.WO U!J,OIS (j,
!:! Oxford ...... .r. 'lc:\. }'Jetchel' .John Tay ......... \V. A. Hray. 'l'IULmesford. 
1(J,50() :\Ilddlesox ... WilIi.lm 1II00re... r:ieh:trd L<)g:ln... 
'. llowerd, Wyton. 
û9.1:!O 158,898 1,5SS ùrey .....,.., William Ryan '" 'rhos. IIlcFllrlin... .John Gibney. Normnnby. 
3U,000 8j8.3:3
 2.1:!0 Oxford ...... Paul Bedford ... lIm;t's l\Iott ....'. 'Iof'es 
Iott, Xorwicln'ilIç. 
3ií.9t;0 65:'i,H9 2.-1(;6 Oxford ........ ",-sa Durkee ...... 
J. M. Schooley... E.:!II. School..y. OttervilJ... 
11)0,000 50ï,5aO l
,ill! 
imcoe ...... W. n. Hamilton. F. Hewson......... An,"us BeB, :\Iortimer. 
10,"50 

6,9!!:,; 1,000 Brant ......... Charles Chapin... .Juhn Toyne ...... .Tohn 'i'oynE', Oakland. 
6j,200 /<'rontenac... Unitc(1 with Bed furd for Municip 011 pcrposes. 
30.665 4-19,600 3,280 lIaldimand.. .John Donaldson. .James Stewart... Henry .J. Ince, 
enet"a. 
"0 5:2
 445.36-1 l.S;,O Bmnt ......... rh0mas Conboy. It. llerd;,man ... W. D. Soules. Onnndaga. 
5.Ù;02 6-10.000 2,
66 Victoria ...... P.1I1dIugh ...... \\ ilIlam Rus
ell . A. F-,1warse, Lind
av. 
28.000 1133.220 2,016 [{ent ......... T. A. McLean ... .John Sentt......... D, H. Gesner. CIl'ßr'\il1>.'. 
í4,200 2;)13,296 ............ 
imcoe A. Kin
 .........,.. ß. It. RO'\7e........, ß. R. Howe. Orillil\. 
69.310 3i3,4
t) 4,099 :3imcoe ....., íJharles Jarratt... f1eorge Sudhope. rJeorge Sudhnpe. (h'o. 
88.000 3113,2ií! Carleton...... .John C. Bower... O. McIntosh ...... .Tno. Kennl'dy. IIlptcnJf. 
62,800 Stormont ... :;amucl Ault...... W. H.B:Lker...... .Jno. Bockus, Osnabruck. 
-ti,8JO 
'rontenac... United with Bcd ford for l\IunieiI' al purpo
es. 
70,6i7 9
,67fi 2,000 Grey......... rhomas Garnoy. .... l\lcPhall ...... .Tame!' Gibson, Osprey, 
6i,2ií-l i6-l4
8 6,39i "eterboro... William I.ang ... George Read ...... George Ht':HI, OV.uahee, 
5!J,9i9 397,228............ Grenville ... R. Waugh ,........ John Gilmer ...... R. Lesslil'. Kemptvillc, 
3!,52'! 1,019,28U............ Oxford ...... William Burgess. James Scarff ...... .T. SC>ll"ff, WO(Jd
toclt. 
21,056 402,864............ Jxford ...... W. S. Li
ht ...... James Park ...... ,\., IIilds,Jen. Ingl'rsoll. 
1,780 80G.-I20 2.100 .)x:ford "bades lIIason... .J. Galloway...... .James Berrie, In
ersoll. 
62,000 197,880 1,5ô5 Lanark Win. !lIcAtl.1m ... Thos. :Ellis......... .Tas,Connery,Puckenham 
67,200 Frontenac... :'<0 Municipal Or 
anization. 
i5,10:! 365.9')-1 2.:!o.;S Wellington.. rhomas Garbutt. .John Gl'OSA ...... .John Grose. Dra).ton. 
28,907 803,3;)2 2.5
0 WeIland...... lohn Sehoeficld. John S. Price ... O. D'
vemrdo. Fontbill. 
8,666 16-1,612 331 !tenfrew...... .\11''(. Moffat ...... lames Hpenan ... .lnrlw. Irving, l'clllbrok
. 
56,000 581,204 2..100 :S-'thu:nland !t. P. IInrlùut.... JamesJ. Dorland .J..J. Dorlanù. Warkwort.h. 
67.98-1 1,909,fi9:! 9,6
6 )nt.trio r. P. \\ hite ...... William Dunbar. H. nèatun.l'irl'(','in
. 
28,000 39:3,9
-l ...'........ Wellington.. Ghas. Allan ...... Wm. Re.
nolds... W. K 
ewman, Elol"a. 
4li,900 400,000 83:l Frolltenac... 5..J. Reps - 8trachan '\. Halloran. I\:in)!;
ton. 
50.532 liO.Wß 9-1:1 Prescott ...... P. :II. Martin,..... 
. 
IcCrallk ...... n. i'mith. N. Plalltag('nf't 
4
 .
:S 106,i22 5ël() Prescott ...... Tohn R)'an... ...... Hugh :lIrI,ean ... A. 
Ic Lpan. Uict'\ ilh-. 
7.,.,.1 5H-1,47:! 2,-100 Lambtun,.. .John }'I
her ...... George Whiting. r. R, K. 
cott. Errull. 
57.000 3!0.000 708 Frontenac... .James Spike ...... ...............,........ 'losei'> Spike. F-pikp's Cr'-s. 
i6.800 Oô,OOO 6tO 1ft.)' nlOmns McKee,.. .Tohn Vert ......... .John V..rt, Dllnd
lk. 
58537 i7ï .400 3,2:)!} W dlington. D:lVid Stintoll ... 
. Falconhridge... R. T. John
"n. Aberfhyle 
:!5 M9 4.)8,90
 2,Li!J lIaldiumnd.. [
aac IIonsberge,' .TameR Smith...... W. .Jone!', Rainham ('.ont 
70,OUO 529,.08 3,808 [{'.nt......... 1I..llry Uonold
... William" hite ... rhnnns .Tenncr, Chatham 
}ntario United with :lIar 'i, fi.r '\Iunicipal purposes. 
:'i5,7tJO 4R9.420 4,569 Lanark fohn Scott......... James 11. W)lie. D.Camphe!l. p.am
ay, 
6i.
lI0 4i)8.1!H 1,lj81 fIastings... Wm. n. Parkpr... fohn -'I. Wllld... I'hos. 1I0U
11l
", Stirling 
62,0:32 l.Oi:3.6.Jf 4.2:)3 Intario ...... Ieor/J:e Cnrrie ... William 1'owson \V. 1'0W!'01l. :lIand,,'ster, 
4<;,
19 4-1
.!n2 2312 [,eunox n. Hul,lin \\ïlliam Beeman W. ne('man, 
('Jhy. 
35,000 10-l.0ií:! 1,5::9 ':
sex ......... Wm. Fl!lna
an... J. Onllette......... F. Graham. Roehestel". 
20,101 81i,22 I 1,61-1 [{('nt, fonas Rohinson. rh .mn" Hcnwich r I:enwicli:. n"l1l1l"Y' 
2
.219 115,6;)1'( ............ Renfrew...... lames Wark ...... Joh.. JH>lrt..n...... \. TIIIIIIl
on. SI'.. Fnr.I<'al!Ii, 
I),t 7i2 16'i.2fi
............ 'torillont ... :t'or
(' :\1.. Donell. D. David
on ...... D. Din id
oll, A' hoL 
.U.OOO 79.591. 73!J !n<
dl Wm. Hamilton... lfohn Duncan ... lamps li,,,tvs, I{u

..!l, 
2S.000 52G.38J 3.266 W..ntworth.. !lel.jamin Soule!' Woo. n. Jones ,.. I. Davis, 'iount Albivn. 
i3,000 ... ........ 4,185 .':
sex ......... r. Woodbri<ll!;e... .. ......... ............ f ' 
lrey '\0 :\Iuuicipal Or 
anization. 
38.55! 3
f).i,,
 5,t.:00 I,:lmhton 
amUt.II'rf)("tor... ,':benpzt'r Watson E. "'at
on. I>orl f:arnfA. 
:3!J,
:36 2:38.000 ... ......... Bruce ......... \I,"!:. l\Ic'Xahb ... 'ohn Ea
twnod... I. l"a<t
 uorl, S:wll'pn. 
42.C9t 1,2S".138 3.i67 York I. P. Wh,'lt'r ...... lames 'Ill) h....... lamps'Ioyh'. ",""hurn, 
-I!l.l60 226.-15(; 1,:\71) \lItario...... fam,"s Galloway }enro!eThorupson '}. 'I'lwm 1""11 l'" hi if),;e 
8.f.02 99JilO 530 )ntario I. W. Gaml)le J"hn Foy ......... .John FI)Y. 1'0r( I't'rry. 
41.412 (jj!),831; ......,..... !IaldinJand.. :).1vid y..ung...... Dtmoi
 Young ... W.llnr<,,'ll. YI.,k. n. Rh'. 
73.11;)8 49 ' ) t3fì 3/8t '';'thum'land [{..nry 1towe<1 UHX. Donald...... \le.... DlnI,tld. J:"n,hrRP. 
81,000 192,000 3i5 \.1.lillgton... !'. :lIc'Iullt.n...... ........................ --, Talllwortb. 
....,...... ............ rIal<1lllliLlld.. IJnit<'d with :\Iou Iton fur :.\Inuidl' allHlrposes. 
......................... .....'...... L
lllark ...... Unlt
rl with Dal houRie for :\Iuni.. ipdl purl}oHe.
. 
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75 


I TOTAL A 'f'T "0 I 
YO. OF ASSESSEL ÐB JI.BÀ- 
'lOWNSBIPS. IA.S
::
D V.!Ll"'E IX! l.I:1.I).;1 COU:'\TY. :BEEVE. 'In.EASt;RER. CLERE:,
:'iDBlSP.O.ADDRE.9B 
! 1857. AS:!. RATE 
lIullars DùUars. I 
Shprbrooke, S.... 19.700 ............ Lanark ....., {)nitt>d with Eat hurst fer Munici pal purposes. 

idlley 67,:mO 96
,2tO 5.2-U aastings... Caleb Gilbert...... J. S. Huffman ...,T. D. 
'arlpy, Belleville. 
Smith............... 15
,038 ;):.!tI.OùO 1,'168 I:'eterboro... John Walton,..... C. Burton ..,......iC. Burton, Peterb<,ro'. 
80mbra ............ 91.146 4;)6,728 Lambton. ... ...........,............ P. C:J.ttcnach...... Wm. Patterson, Sowbra. 
80merville......... 42.986 Victoria ...... t:nitcd ,Üth "er 1I1am for )lunid pal purposes. 
Sophiashurgh 4.J.,004 8:,!Q.98.J. 631 P. EtlWard"'I A . Gruly, ......... ........................1 . 
80uthwold......... 71472 1,Oi9.4.U 9,900 Elgin ......... I .John Smith ...... It.lIIachwood ... D. Carpenter. Fmgal. 
Stafford .., ......... H.i91 21,180 Renfrew...... WilI:ßIll nrown... Anllrt'w Clark ... ,Chllrlt"s Young. M:tfford. 
Stamford ......... 21,92! WeIland...... j Wm. A. !tooth... .J. C. Woodruff ...In. Henly. Drummondville 
Stanley 45.251 36:!.00l- Huron ......
, Woods ......... W. W. Connor ... W. W. Connor, IJa}fì.eld. 
Stephen ............ 53,8-U 2;6,828 4,622 Huron ...... / Jsaac Carlin
 ... .J08. Achi80n ......IT"80IIUls Tri\itt. De\on, 
Storrington ...... 49,760 2G-1995 6:.!5 j.'rontenac... C. Lang
v?rth ... .Iohn Ri.
c
ie"""IHu
È 
Pting
 St

rington 
St. Vincent (;.>,000 
?-I.0t)0 ............ Orey ...... ,..I:Jame8 Gney ...... .John Vi llhttms...IJ. "
Ihllml', 
t. 'lUcent. 
Sullivan.........,.. i5.000 _<>6.460 1,280 Grey......... rhomali Prmgle. G. CurtIS .........IC. Cntcbley, Cbatswortb. 
Sunnidale ......... 3i,263 H3.8S-I 1,496 Simcoe ...... I United with Ves pra for lUunicipal purposes. 
Sydenballl......... 76,000 360,000 .,.......... 
.rey ......... It.
. Campbell:.. James S, 
,?ss '''IW.McKenzie,O\\enSound 
'l'ay.................. 50,400 .......,.... ............ Nlllcoe ...... j UllIted wIth Tm y for lUullIclpal P1urposes. 
Tecum"eth,........ 60 595 729.56
' 5.874 Simcoe ...... ./amt'll l\bnning. Jobn Austin .......D.LVid Evalls, Tffumsetb 
Thorah 30,776 161,161 I.MO Ontario ...... ;0.;. )IcUOugal...... John 
lcKtty......I.'ohn McKay, Th>llverton. 
Thorolll '........... 2-1,028 i61,82() 4.708 Wellalld...... Robert }<;mot...... John Hannie...... I P.s.lUul'sen. AlIen!mrgh 
Thurlow............ 5!J,í75 320,i55 8.S83 Hastings ... Ale". Willson ... :3.:\1. WaslIburn, .John Canniff. C,mmffton. 
Tilbury, 
'ast 4J,903 15
.8ß.l 1,9
 
ent .........I I James.Sm
th...... .Jobn FI
tchtJr "".J.. Flet:<:hf'r, TlllJl
ry Fn8t 
Tilbury, West... 3
,915 9_,6.1-1 1.1...3 t;so;ex ......... P. DI!'!Jlu'dms ... L. ChOVIll .........1" m. 1'lcholson, (omber. 
Tiny 86,485 366.091 2,177 :3imcee ......'II'rsel Munday... Hy. H. Thompson H. H. Thmnpson, Penetan 
Torbolton ... ...... 24.-173 M,09'" 88-1 Carleton .....,IJohn Buckham 'lex. 1111' Laren...I A.lUcLaren, 1,'itzr(\y IIarb 
Toronto ......'..... 65.4 1 ).'J 
,i49,22<;' 4,500 '.eel.......,.... John C. Hyde ... ThomRs Studdert'T. Stmldert, Stref>tsvJlIe. 
Toronto Gore ... 19,192 613,7:l
 1,624 
oel............IWilli"m Taylor... Joseph Figg .......Jos. Hgg. Stanley MIlls. 
Tossorontio .10.307 119.1;( ............ 5imooe ...... .John Dixon ...... Alex. Conroy ...IAlex. Conroy. A!IiJ1g!on. 
To\VnsW1d ......... G-1.í!5 1.13l,9
S 4.(ì53 
orfÌ>lk ...... O. Blflke............ :So 1l0ughner......I
. Bou
bner. "aterford. 
Trafalgar 68,247 2..uO,33( 12,3:j7 IIlIllOn ...... Jacob Lawrence. .J, T. Howell .......J L. BIggar. Trllfa1gar. 
Tucker.smith....., 41.4-10 3;6.212 2,900 Huron ......i.James Dic.kson... William 
uir ...iW. Muir, lIarpurhey. 
Tudor............... 68.200 ....'....... '........... Hastings '" Unitl'd with Mad oc for Municipal purposes. 
Turnberry........, 3+,640 103,921' ....'....... Huron .......:::amue1 Black ... l'bomas l?ortune.1 
Tuscarora ......... ............ ...... ...... ............ Brant .., ......I An Indilln Reser vatirn. No Munl cipal OrllauÏ7.ntion. 
Tyelldinaga .....' 76,31)1 612,S-l(. 3.827 Hastings ...,N. S, Apl)leby ... F. English .........::\1. Nealon 
lal"y,,\il1e. 
Usborne............ 43.374 33-1,60' 3.703 Huron "''', 1 Alex. f.:lIlitb ...... ['homas Taylor... I Thomas Tl\ylor, IIILY. 
Uxbridge ......... 52.-I:!7 527.81:. 4.726 ,)ntario ...... .John Wideman... Hobert Spears ...IR. Spears, CIKremont. 
Vaughan ......... (;8,03-1, 2,332,29:': 8,SS5 York ......... .John W. Gl1mble JaUlel! Asbdown, J. Ashdown, Woodbridge 
Verul<\Ul............ 10-1,986 163,9-11 361 Victoria ......IJ. W. Dunsford.., [I. Dunsford ......IGeo. Bick, Bc>bcay
?n. 
Vespra ............ 60.787 2.3ö,2!O 2.330 ilimcoe ...... Jon. !:i
!lnns ...... George Sneath ...IGeorge 8nl'l\th. Barrl('J. 
\Vainfleet ......... 55,000 538,39( 3,828 Wel'lLnd......I.Jø.cob ltIi*ner ... 
1. Graybiel ...... L. S, Yokom, Wainfleet C 
'Vallace ............ 4
.000 ...'..'..... ............ Pert
 ......... I ynited with Lo;. an till 1st .Janua'ry, 1858. 
Walpole ............ 65,964 1,0s.!.OSf. 6.08
 Haldlmand..:S. &tund
rs ...... O. W. ShannQn...tJ. I1ensman, Ealmoral. 
Wahi
gham...... 71
,09-1, 585,420 6551 I 
orfolk ...... J. B. IIytchinson John Killmaster ',R. Richardson; 1', 
o_wan 
WarWIck ......... 6
.513 577,ó-l 1 2,531 J.ambton .., / Jel'se Kenward... .JamesMenerey....J. Menerey, "anl'lck, 
Waterloo ......... 84,211 2,212.i5 1 ............ Waterloo ... I. Clf'mens......... D. S. Shoemaker D. S. 8hofo'maker, Berlin. 
WlLwa.nosh ...,.. 84.000 462.001' ............ lIuft)ll ...... Ch:\J"1es Gin in ...'William Durnien \Vm. Taylor. Dun!!lLnnon 
Wellesley......... 65.910 640,()()( 2.000 Waterloo.., .John Zoeger ......1. 1 . 
lcCutchon .. G. nnllanl, lIR.....ksTille, 
Westm..ath ...... 70,000 1l.301 720 Renfrew...... Henry Bromley, G. Hex. Tucker... 
. Wright, f.:. Wp:stmelltb 
Westmini!ter...... ß.l1ì10 1.2S1,8
1 15,383 \lidlliesex... Bel1jamin Cook... l wm. Crinkl!lw... A.Murray. J,oiulon. 
Whitby............ 62,915 2,(jü3,;:.!
 7.M7 Ontario ...... .Jamel! Dryden ... .John Gordon ... .J. Gordon. Brooltlin. 
Whithy East...... ............ ...... ...... ............ Ontario ...... To be separat
d f'rom Whithy 1st .January, 1858. 
Whitchurch ...... 62.000 1,507,9.32 5,181 York ......... .'08. H>lrtman ..,I.J. W. Collins...... J. W. Collins, Ne\\"IIlarke&, 
Wilbcrforc8 '..... 19.-196 ............ ............ Renfrew...... Unitt-d with Grat tan for :\Iunicipal purpo"es. 
WiIli'Lm
 ......... í4,!J-li 445,71'- 6.4!19 Middlesex... Donald Watt-rs... ,C(\lin lIIcKeczie . C, :\lcKenzie, Wil1inm",. 
Willimnsbm'g... fO.1\;3 7l2.8:.!
 3,2ß.! Dunllas ...... .James Holden ... William Swain... Tob. !l1)'ers. Morri
burgh. 
W!lIou
hby ...... 15.792 ............ Well.Lnd...... D. Lamberton ... I JOhn Dobbie ...... .J01m Dobbie, Chippawa. 
WIlmot ...........' 61.166 1.314,:33- 45\1 Watpr1oo... .John t;r1'8t ...,..,.10bn Alchin ....., )1, Meyers, Haòl'n. 
Winchp
ter ...... 57.600 306.73: 2.2
8 Dunollls...... G. W. Bo
rt......IC. S, CB!I
elmftn... Geo, }'itchell, Winchester, 
Windh.lm ......... 6
.
0 815.661 2,307 
ol"fillk ...... D, JlIarthews......',t. A. Clement ... D. W. Freeman, l'IimC'oo. 
Wulfe I
l,\nd...... 30.000 3'll,Ol!' 750 Front"na.c... A. CanIt-ron ......' , John Eaker ...... a.o. IIitc1Icoc
.W,!lfIsrd 
\Volfi,rd ............ 4-1,4!õ 358.-19 2.800 Grenville... II. D. Smith ...... S. McGpe .........
. .Jl\kes, !lIl'rnckvIlle. 
Vïoodh
IIBe ...... 34,:ïfi4 9
6.25' 3.!J
-1 Xorfolk ...... W. Powell ......... Henry Groff ...... W. IJ1man. Port Dovt'r. 
Wùolwlch ......... 63.t\9 9;)2.1.1'" 4,400 Waterloo... P. Win
er ......... .Jamell Do1'\" ...... I. E. Bowman. !':t .Jacob!!. 
Yarmouth ......... 71.000 1,316.7hO... ......... 
;I
in ......... R. Johnson ......IA. :\11'1 Rchlan ... A. )fcl.nchlin. St. Thornal'. 
yon....e { ":r'
nt of 

 573 3
5,55
 2,i75 L"l'd
 ......... .James Thnm
on. Ir.>!. !oIallor
 ...... Ira Mal

ry, '!alloryto
vn. 
" l.e,Lr of /I.2i)1) 2öR,2
/) 2.t15 [,eedil ......... T. \1. :\lorton...... I " m. W. IÜng ... W. W I\,mg. }1I

er!lvlllo. 
York ...... ......... j 6..l100 3'305'48" 1 6'116 York ......... William JamPII... .John Willson (4). J. Will
on (4), '\111o\\dale. 
7,.me ..
............ 23.000 ............ ............ Kent ......... Unit..d with Canllien. for :\luniciP l lal purpol'e8. 
l.orra, hl\'1t ...... 51 0
7 1,m2.352 1.617 Oxford .......J. Harrington ... / James Kintrae "' I D . K. Pcrry, Woodl'ltock. 
Z orra, WeRt ... 51ì.tf)(} 7;;5 R1! 3.H9 I)xfilrll ...... D. 'Iathp'lon...... .J. :\1. RORS ......... D. R, Mcl'her",on. Eml.ro. 
NOTE -In the fÌ\re
oin
 compilation of County :md Township 
hmicipalJties will be found, it is believed. 1\11 that 13 
either u<ef,tl or important to th"se corporations, 'l'IIp WardenH anrl Heevell being ell'ctive offic.f>rs, arc jtiven torthe past 
year. the ele 'Hanll to theRe offices takin
 pll\l'e in .JlLnuary. An\' additiona1 information of thIs character can he obtaIned 
by Rim,!ly addressing the Clerk of any JUunicipality, whol!e office beilJg IL perma>Jeut one, the records are always in bis 
possC"slOn. 
In th') County of TTalc1imnnd a chatJ
e h8.'1 takl'n pl:!.ce in th('J oflke of the Clf>rk of the Peace. slnre that part of our 
Al.lILlIutc WIlS prmtec1: i.t will be found- corr('C'wd in the table of Count}. and .Judiclal officers, paj!A 70. 'l'hø vacancy tG 
Uus office for the CountJ
!1 of Peterborough aud Victoria., hßR not been lIupplied at the tIme of gviJ1g to pre!>'!. 
In Townsbip :llunicipalities, I:scott Is divided with Yonge. amI Lansdowne with Lecds, for municip1Ll purpOsell. 
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MUNICIPALITIES. 


[1858. 


CITIES, TOWYB, 


AXD VILLAGES. 


Amherstburg ... 
Barrie 
Belleville ...... ... 
Berlin 
Bowmanville 
Bradford ......... 
llrampton 
Brantford...... ... 
Brockville 
Caledonia...... .., 
Cayuga......... ... 
Chatham ......... 
Chippawa...... ... 
Clifton...... ...... 
Clinton......... .., 
Cobourg 
Collingwood 
Cornwall ......... 
Dundas......... ... 
}
Iura.........,.. ... 
Fergus... .,....... 
}'ort Erie ......... 
Galt 
Goderich ... ...... 
Gnelph ............ 
Hamilton..,...... 
Ingersoll ......... 
Iroquois 
Kemptville ...... 
Kingston... ...... 
Lindsay 
London............ 
L'Orignal ......... 
'IerriUsville ... 
Jlilton 
:Mitchell ......... 
Napanee 
N" ewbury ... ...... 
:K ewcasUe 
New Hamburg. 
Newmarket...... 
:K iagara ... ...... 
Oakville 
Oshawa......... ... 
Ottawa ...... ...... 
Owen Sound 
Paris ............... 
Perth ... ......... 
Peterborough .,. 
Picton ............ 
Port Hope ...... 
Prescott ... ....., 
Preston ......... 
Queenston ...... 
Richmond ...... 
Sandwich...... ... 
Sarnia ............ 
Simcoe ............ 
Smith's Falls 
Stratford ......... 
St. Catherines... 
St. Mary's ...... 
St. Thomas ...... 
Thorold... ...,..... 
Trenton ......... 

?ronto 
11enna ... ......... 
Wardsville ...... 
"\Vaterloo ......... 
Whitby......... '" 
Windsor ......... 
Woodstock 
Y orkville.....,... 


TOT,U 
ASSESSED 
VALUE IN 
1857. 


Dollars. 
200,000 
385,928 
148,000 
648.616 
842,248 


52,860* 
184,4.10* 
84,785 
31,409 


95,i05* 


796,466 
133,846* 


... "S'5;9ïï* 
191,660 


88,000* 
600.000 
129,462* 
16,200,000 
104,176* 
82,240 
92.396 
340,000 


1 74,800 
165,316 
26,6iS 
200,000 


54,439* 
383,500 
40,118* 
5iO,000 
74,915* 
67,296* 
27,278* 
1,668,336* 
491,872 
29,245* 


33.997 
36,828 
20,020* 
723,200 
512,000 
628,360 
29,9i6* 
21,448* 
99,044 
2-10,000 
1,640,100 


1,274,400 


Cities, To,vns au(l VIllages. 


AJI'T REA- 
LIZED BY 
ASS. RATE 
IN 1857. 


""",..... 1 _., Am> næ P..o.AD""",,- 
Essex ......... G. W. Legl!'att.... W. Cousins ...... iGeo. Murray, Amhe..stburg. 
Simcoe ...... W. n. Hopkins,.. Geo, Lane .........IGeo. Lane, Barrie. 
Hastings ..... 1<.. McAnnany .., M. Sawyer......... Robert M. Roy, Belleville. 
Waterloo ... Henry S. lIuber.' H. n. Bowman "' I wm. Davidson, Berlin. 
Durham...... .James l\ICFeeters / ........................ .J. B.Fairbairn,Bowmanville 
::'imcoe ...... Incorporated by 20 Vic., c. 98, as a l Village. 
Pee!............ George Wright... John Holmes ... .John McCalla, Brampton. 
Brant ..:...... Thomas Bothllm.'Daniel McKay ...'Gabriel Balfour, Brantford. 
Leeds......... William Buell ... Geo. S. McLean,..: G. S. McLean, Brockvilla. 
I1aldimand.. John Scott......... Daniel Iferguson. , James Aldridge, Seneca. 
Haldimand.. Not Incorporated. 
Kent ......... Arch. McKellar.. !tIa1colm Weir ... D. McColl, Chatham. 
Weiland...... JamesCummings J. F. Macklem... J. A. Wilkinson, Chippa.\YA. 
welland...... I G. Mdlkken ... 
oh
 W. Dunklee I YO!!1ey McAlpin, Clifton. 
Huron ...... Incorporated by 20 1IC., c.100, as a "\I11age. 
N'thum'lo.nd William Weller... David Burn ......IDavid Brodie, Cobourg. 
Simcoe ......'Incorporated by 20 Vic., c. 96, as l 'a Town. 
Stormont ... William Mattice. ........................ Charles Poole, Cornwall. 
' Wentworth.. A. F. Begue ...... R. W. Suter ...... W. Chisholm, Dundas. 
Wellington.. Incorporated by 20 Vic., c. 107, aSia Village. 
Wellington.. Incorporated by 20 Vic., c. 106, aSH Village. 
Weiland ...... Alex. Douglas ... .James Stanton...I.Jnmes 
tanton, Fort Erie. 
Waterloo ... )1. C. Lutz......... Adam I{er......... Adam Ker. Galt. 
Huron......... J. V. Detlor ...... George Brown ... Thomas I{Jdd, Goderich. 
Wellington.. Samuel Smith ... James Hough .../James Hough, Guelph.. 
Wentworth. .Juhn F.Moore... ........................ Thomas Bea
ley, HamIlton. 
Oxford ...... John Galliford... C. E. Chadwick... C. E. Chadwick, Ingersoll. 
Dundas ...... / George Bronte ... John G. Bronte.. It. Carma.n, Iroquois. 
Grenville .... A. Clothier......... ... ...... ............... 
}'rontenac ... George Davidson. ............ ............ 
Victoria ...... Robert Lang...... T. A.Hudspeth... T. A. Hudspeth, Lindsny
 
Middlesex ... E. Leonard......... ........................ A. 8. Abbott, London. 
Prescott ...... NotIn"orporated. 
Welland ...... NotIncorporated. 
Halton ....., George Brown ... W. L. P. Eager... Peter McKay, Milton. 
Perth ......... Thomas Ford...... E..J. Woods ...... .James Porter, Mitchell. 


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panoo. 
Durham ,..... A. ?oIcNaughton . I ThOS. TamblJn... Wm. II. Warner, Newcastla. 
Waterloo ... Incorporated by 20 Vie., c. 105, as a Village. 
York ......... Incorporated by 20 Vic., c, 102, as a Village. 
Lincoln ...... .J. M. Law
er...... ............;..:........ John Rogers, :Kingar:
. 
Halton ..'... .James ReId ...... J. W. "WIllIams... Uobert Balmer, OakvIlle. 
Ontario ...... Thomas N. Gibbs W. J, Sutton...... William E. Marks, OSllawa. 
Carleton...... .J. ß. Lewis.........I........................ Wm. P. Lett, Ottawa. 
Grey.........' William Miller... .John Miller ...... Tbos. Gordon, Owen Sound. 
Brant '........ 1 ' II. Finlay/;ou......t T . R. Eosworth...,T. R. Bosworth, }'aris. 
Lanark ...... Richard Shaw... 'I'hos. l\IcCaffry..., Thos. Broolie, Perth. 
Peterboro' ... James Stevenson Wm.Cluxton ... .T. Edwards, PeterLurough. 
P. Edward... RObertRamSey... / .John Twl
g ......,John Twig
, Picton. 
Durham ...... D. McLeod......... Charles Hughes. H. N. Sanders, Port IIopa. 
Grenville ... H. D. .Jessup...... John Ferguson...ID.l\fcCarthy, Prescott. 
'Vaterloo ... .Jacob lIes p elor... I Geor g e Roos, Jr. , W. A. Husband, Preston. 
Lincoln ...... Not Incorporated. 
Carleton...... Joseph Hinton... Tbomas Miller... Thomas Miller, lUchmond. 
Essex ......... Incorporated by 20 Yic., c. 94, asia Town. 
Lambton ... Thomas Forsyth . 1 Wm. B. Clarke... P. T. Poussett, Port Sarnfa. 
Norfolk ...... Aquila Wal!ih ... R. W. "Wilson...... David l\I. Wal
er,. Si
coe. 
Lauark ...... .J, T. Berkwith... R. W. Bartlett ... R. Harper, SmIth s }alls. 
Perth '" ...... Alexander B. Orr ..............,... ...... Alexander Leitch. 
Lincoln ...... E. S. Adams ......IT. L. Helliwell... C. P. Camp, st. Catherine
 
Perth ......... Gilbert 
lcIntosh Edward Long ,,,,.John Sparling, St. Mary's. 
Elgin ......... Asa Howard ...... I .John McLean "'1 Henry 1<', Ellis, St. TboUl.B8. 
Weiland...... John Grant ...... .Jacob Keefer...... , .JOllll D. l\Iurray, Thorold. 
Hastings ... E..J. Reeves. ...... Samuel Cooley... J. Simm,ons, Trenton. 
York ......... John HutchIson, A. T. McCord...... A. T. McCord. Toronto. 
Elgin ......... John l\I.Crawford Samuel Gurnsey.. J, P. McDonald, Vienna. 
Westminster ........................ ........................ 
Waterloo ... Moses Springer... Will.iam Roberts. W"i1
ia
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'crtB. W"n.te
loo. 
Ontario .....' James Rowe ...... BcnJ. Yarnold "'1 BenJamm )'arnold, "hltb,y. 
Essex ......... S. S. Macdonell... Thomas E. Trcw.IJohll Stu
rt. Windsor. 
Oxford ...... .Joseph Sudworth ........................ .John Grell!. Woo.dstock. 
York ......... ........................ O. Foster............jO. Foster, Yorknlle. 


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COUNTY. 


MAGISTRATE. 


Do71AIrs. 


18
OOO 
'1,783 
8,876 
4,533 


14,592 
4,684 
16,780 


10,800 
16,182 


685 


56,000 


2,900 
3,33'> 
2,500 


6,800 
1.66i 
4,í40 


12,660 
6,589 
2,955 
18,223 
5,849 


4,603 
1,900 


4,743 
7,680 
12,136 
5,495 


800 
2.148 
2.80-1 
2,648 


· Annual value, being six per centum of the total or gross assessed ,'alue of the place. It Is upon this amount 
that the assessment rate Is levied-su also page 59. 
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:MUNICIPALITIES. 


77 


To,vnships, {'analIa East, 
.AlphabeticaUy arranged, showing the Countie.s in which they are situated. 


TOW:I'SHIPS. COU:I'TIES. 'l"OWYSHIPS. COUXTIES. TOWYSHIPS. cor;XTIEB. 
Abercrombie......... Terrebonne. Clifton ... ......... ...Compton. IXVi'orth '........... ...Kamouraska. 
Aberdeen ............Pontiac. Clinton ...............ßeauce & Compton. .Jersev ...............Beauce. 
Aberford ............ Pontiac. Colbert ...... ....'.... Port Kent: J onqulere ... ...... ..,Chicou timi. 
Ac ton BaO"ot Compton ............Cumpton. . ., 
.................. " . Colraine ..........,....l\Iegantic. Keno
mi ............ChlcoutIml. 
Addington......... ...Ottawa. Cox ...........'... ......Bolllwenture. Kensmgton ...... ...Ottawa. 
Adstock ... ............ Beauce. Cranbonrne ...... ...Dorchester. Kiamicli... .,.... ......Ottawa. 
A1dfield ............... Pontiac. B I } Kildare & Augm. ...Joliette. 
Allumette's Island.Pontiac. DlUl;quam ....,....'.. e! ec l
S
. RiIkenny ............Montcalm. 
A1ton ,.. .....' ........ Port Neuf. DelIsle ............ ...C.hlc
mtlmJ. Rillaly ............ ...Ottawa. 
Amherst ............O
tawa. Demers ...............'Iemlscouata. Kin,:;sey...,...........Drummond. 
Arago..................L

fl
chasse and 
enhol
l ..,.........
tta
.
. t Rirkaby.......,.......Pontiac. 
AfJna g h............... { enonVl e............ emlscoua a. , .. 
1tlontmagny. Derry...............,..Ottaw&. Labarre ..,..,.........ChlconÌlmJ. 
Arthabaska .........Arthabaska. Desales ....,..........Charlevoix. Laboucl1ere .........Pontiac. 
Arundel...,........ ..,Argenteuil. Dionne ..........., ..,L'Islet. Lafontaine....,.... ...L'Islet, 
Ascot .................. Sherbrooke. Ditchfield ...... ......Beauce. Lambton ............Beauce. 
Ashburton......... ...
Iontmagny. Ditton............... ...Compton. Lalerriere ... ......... Chicoutimi. 
Ashford 
 Au g - } L'lslet. Doncaster '.. .........I110ntcalm. Lathbury ...... ......
ttawa. 
mentatIon Dorset..................Beance. La Tonr ......,......... aguenay. 
Aston, Au
men- } { Nicolet and Ar- Douglas .......,.......Gaspe. Laval ..................Saguenay. 
tation and Gore thabaska. Duds" ell ............ Wolfe. Law... ...... ...... ......Ottawa. 
Auckland ...... ......Compton. Dudley...... .........Ottawa. Leeds ......... .........lIIegantir. 
Aumond...............Ottawa. _ Dundee ...............I1l1ntingdon. Le5lie ..................Pontiac. 
Aylmer ............,..Beauce. Dunham ............l\lissh:quoi. Lessard .........,.....L'blet, 
Aylwin '" ............Ottawa, Duquesne ........,... Rimouski, Leverrier ...... ..,...L'Islet. 
Bsgot ............ ......Chico
timi. Durham .....,...... ...Drummond. t:
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Barford ......... ......Stans te .ead. t;ardley ....,....... ...Ottawa. Litchfield ...... ......Pontiac. 
Baruston ............Stan
 ad' t:: 
aton ..................Compton. Lochaber & Gore ..,Otta\\a.. 
Beg(}n...,..,...........Temlscoua a. Egan ..................Ot!a\\a. 
Bellechasse .........Bellechasse. ElKin .......,......,...Huntingdon. McGill ........,......Ottawa. 
Beresford ............ Terrebonne. Ely ......... ......... ...8hefford. 
Iac:Sïder ......... ...Himouski. 
Bergeronnes ......... 8aguenay. Escoumains .., .,.... baguenay. Macpes .. .... ...... ...Rimouski. 
Betslamite... .........Saguenay. Esher .........,.......' Pontiac. :\Iaddington ... ......Arthabaskr.. 
Bidwell ...,...........Otttlwa. F h (E t) B 
Iagog..................Stanstead. 
Bigelow............ ...Ottawa. I Farnham ( Wa\ ) ...:\{ol!le. I Mailloux ." ...... ...Bellechasse. 
Dlake ......... ...... ...Ottawa. Ff rn , am es .....RlSSISq
. 
Ialbale ...... ...... ...Gaspe. 
{ Arthabaska&Ni- eunan ............ mous 1. :\lIlniquagan .........8aguenay. 
Dlandford ............ colet For.!
.th ...............Beauce. III ' k' Ott . 
B' Fournier ............L'Islet. . amwa J ............ a\\a. 
Bolton,................. rome. Fox ...........,.........Gaspc. l\Iann ..................Bona,\"enture. 









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l
ourgette ......... ..,(;nicoutimi. Garneau........,....., L'Islet. Marlow......... '" ..,Beauee. 
Bouthillier ......... ...Ottawa. Garthby ... ...... .......Wolfe. }Iarston ............ ...Compton. 
Bowman............ ...Ottawa. tJaspe Bay (North).Gaspe. 
Iasham... ......... ...Ottawa. 
llrandon ...... ...... ...Bert
Ier. Gaspe lIay (South).Gaspe. !lIatane ...............Rimouski. 
Bristol............ ..,Pontiac. Gayhurst ......... ...Beauce. l\Iatapedia......... ...Bona\"enture. 
llrome............... ...Brome. Gladstone ...,..... ...I)ontiac. Melbourne......... ...Rirhmond. 
Brompton ......... ...Richmond. Gudroanche6ter ...Huntingdon. lIIerritt ............ ...Ottawa, 
ßrou
hton..,... ......l\Iegantic. Gore ... ............ ...Argenteuil. Mesey ............... ...Chicoutimi. 
Buckmgham.........Ottawa. Gosf.:Jrd ...............Port 
euf. ì\Iptabetchouan ...Chicoutimi. 
Bucklanll { BeIIechasse and GrahalD............ ...l'ontiac. :\Ietgermette...... ...Beauce&Dorcllester 
............ Dorchester. Granby .........,.....Shefferd. 
Iilton &; Augm. ...Ehefford. 
Bulstrade. & Au g - } Arthabaska. Grsnd Calumet ...Pontiac. :\Iontauban ......... Port Neuf. 
ment.atIon _ Grandison ............Argenteuil. Montcalm ............Argenteuil. 
Bungay...............hamouraska. Granthall1.....,......Drummond. lIIontminy............l\Iontmagny. 
Bury ..................Compton. Grenville &; AU g - } A '1 ' { Terrebonne &. Ar. 
Cabot ...,...,..........Rimousld. mentation rgentem. MOrIn .................. genteuil. 
CalIieres...,........ ...Charlevoix. Halifax ............ ...l\Iel!'antic. JS" eigette............ ...Rimoushi. 
Cameron ...........,Ottawa. Ham ..................'folfe. Nelson ...............I1ll'gantic. 
Campbell ............Ottawa. Hamilton ............Bonaventure. Newport (Jo;ast)......Gaspe. 
Cap.Chat ...,........Gaspe. Hampden ....,.......COmpton. 
ewport (West) ...Compton. 
Cap Rosier............Gnspe. Harrington .........Argenteuil. 
ew Uicbmond ...Bonaventure. 
Carlton ...............Bonaventure. Hartwell ............Ottawa. 1\"e\\ ton & Augm. ...Yaudreuil. 
Caron ..................Chicoutimi. Harvey ......,........Chicoutiml. Northfield ............OUawa.. 
Carrick ...... ...... ...l\Iontcalm. Hastings ..,....., ...Pontiac. 
ouvelle ......... ...DonaTenture. 
Caigrain... ...... ......L'I
let. Hatley. ......... ......Sta.ns
all. Onslow............... Pontiac. 
Cathcart............ ....J ohe!te. Hemmmgford ... ...I1untlllgdon. Orford......... ...... ...Sherbrooke. 
Ca.wood ...... ......... PontIac. Hereford ......... ...Compton. I 
Ca"'{ton & Augm. ...St.lIIaurico. Hinchinbrooke......I1untingdon. I)arke .................. {amourashn. 
Chabot ... ...... ......Ottawa, Hincks ... ......... ...Ottawa. Patton ............ ...}lontmagnJ". 
Charlevoix......... ...Chicoutimi. Hocquart ..........., Temiscouata. Perce '1:; ...... .........g

pe. 
Chatham ............Argenteuil. Hope ..................Bonaventure. Pon
on y ............ P \,-va. 
Chertsey...... ...... ...l\lontcalm. Horton ...... .........Arthabsska. Pon (<fract ............ o
f lite. 
Chesham ............Compton. Howard ...............Argenteuil. Portlanrl.:............. a\\a. 
Chester ............... Arthabaska. IInddersfi\jld...... ...l'ontiac. Port Damel ...... ...
ona'"enturo. 
Chichester ............Pontlac. Hull ................,.Otta\\/\. Potton ............... rome. 
Chicoutimi...........,Chicoutimi. llunteretown &; } Maskinon e Pr
ston ............... Ottawa. 
Chilton .'.......... ...Montcalm. Gore g . Puce ...... ............ Beauce. 
Clapham............... Pontiac. IberviIle......,..,.. ...Saguenøy. Radnor ............ ...Champlaln. 
Clarendon ............Puntiac. Inverness ............l\Iegantic. Haudat ...............Temlscouata. 
Cleveland ............Richmond. Ireland ...............Megnntic. Rawdon ...............Mon:cnlm. 
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JUDICIARY-MEDICAL. 


TOWNSHIPS. COUNTIES. 
Ripon .......... .... ...Ottawa. 
Ristigouche ...... ..,Bonaventure. 
nix borough ...... ...Bcauce. 
Rocquemont .........l'ort Nt-uf. 
n.oux ... ...... ......... llellcchassc. 
It.oxton ...............Shefford. 
St. Denis.& AU g - } RimoQskl. 
mentatIOn 
St. John...... .........Chicoutimi. 
Rt, Maurice .........St. Maurice. 
8aguenay ...... ......Saguenay. 
Salaberry ............Argenteuil. 
Settrington ...... ...Charlevoix. 
Shawenegan ... ......St. l\laurice. 
Sheen...... ............Pontiac. 

hefford ........,... ...Shefford. 
Shenley .....,..,... ...lleauce. 
SllCrrington ...... ...JS"apim'vilJe. . 


ipton ............ ...ltÏl:hmo
d.. 

 Ignay ..,......... ...Chlcoubnu. 
Simard ......... ......Chicoutimi. 

imon ............ ......Chicoutimi. 
Simpson...... ,........Drummond, 
Somerset. & Aug-1. Meganüc. 
mpntatlOn J 
South Ibm ..,......Wolfe. 


TOWNSHIPS. COUNTIES. TOWriSHIPS. COUNTIES. 
flpaulding ......... ..,Peauce. Viger .................. Temiscouat:i. 
Stlinbridge......... ...
1issisquoi. 
Standon .& Au g - } Do ch t Wakefield ............Ottawa. 
menb.tIon r es cr. Waltham ............l'outiac. 
Stanfold ...............Arthabask:L. Ware ..................Dorchester. 
Stanhope .... .......Pontiac. Warwick ............Arthab!lska. 
Stanstead ...... ...... Stanstead. Watford '" ......... ...Dorchester. 
Stoke ..................Riehmond. Vleedon ............... Wolfe. 
StralIord ............Wolfe. Wells ..................Ottawa, 
/:itoneham ...... ......Quebec. Wendover ... ...,.....Drnmmond. 
Stukely..,............Shefford. Wendover, Gore of..Yamaska, 
Suffolk ............,..Ottawa. Wentworth .........Argentieul, 
/:iut ton ............ ...Brome. Westbury......... ...Compton. 
SJdenham... .........GRSpe. Wexford...... .........
Iontcalm. 
Tache '" ......... ...... Chicoutimi. 
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'fewkesbury .........Quebec. Winslow ............Compton. 
Thetford... ......... ...
Ipgantfc. Woburn ......... .....,Beauce. 
Thorne ..........,....PolJtiac. Wolfe ... ...... .........Argenteuil. 
Tingwick ... .........Arthabaska. W olfstown..,......... Wolle. 
:
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mblay ............Chicoutimi. Woodbrid;\e .........Kamouraska. 
Tnng ..................Beauce. 'Votton ...............'\'<>lfe. 
U to n { Bagot and Drum- Wright ...............Ottawa. 
p .................. mond. 
Upton, Gore of...._:.' 
 amaska, York... ... ...........,Gaspe. 


JUDICIARY-UPPER CANADA. 


OJw.t of ElTor and Appeal.-Judges, the .Judges of the 
8uperior Courts of Law and Equity, Bond llano J.n. Macau- 
by. appointed under 20 Vie. cap. 5. Clerk, the Registrar 
of the Court of Chancery, Toronto. 
Court of Quun's Bcnch.-Chief Justice, lIon. Sir J. B. 
Robinson, B
rt. Puisne .Judges, lIon. Arch. McLean and 
It, E. Hums. Clerk of the Crown aud Pleas, C. C. Small. 

porter, Christopher Robinson, Toronto. 
Court of Chanl'try.-Chancellor, lIon. W. II. make. 
Vice-Chancellors, lion. .J. C. P. Estl'n and .J. G. 8pragge. 
11aster, A. N. Buell. Regl
tI'ar and Reporter, A, Giant, 
Long vacation commences 1st July, Rnd ends 21st August. 
Cow'i of ('ommon Pùas.-Cbief Justice, Hon. W. II, 
Draper, C. B. PuÏ!me .Jud!1;es, Hons. W. B, Richllrdli and 
J. 1l.lIa"arty. CICl'k of the Cro" n and Pleas. L. Heyden. 
Reporter
 E. C. Jones, Toronto. Clerk in Chambers, W. 
B. lleward, Toronto. 
Cla1.s of .Assize.-W. A. Campbell, Toronto; the Beputy 
Clerks of the Crown are ex.officio Clerks of A-.ïze and 
lIarHhaL! in their respective counties. 
Deput.v Oinks of the Crown.-Tbe Clerks ofthe County 
Courts "i:l be ex.officio Deputy Clerks of the Crown and 
Ple:ls of their Rcvcral counties as the Pl'esent incumbents 
vacate lJy d
ath or otherwise. 
Law lerms.-Hilary begins first Mond'1Y in Feùruary, 
and eml;! Saturday of the ensuing week; Easter begins3rd 
Ifonday in May, and ends Saturday of the ensuing week; 
Trinity begins 
londay next after 21st Al1glHit. and ends on 
the Saturday of tbe cn8uing week; Micbaelmas begins third 
?olonday in NovemllCr and ends !3aturday of the ensuing 

'eek. Long \acation from 1st .July to 21st August. 
C'ircuits.-The Circuits are held twice a year in each 
County, between Hilary and F..aster Terms, and between 
Trinity and 
Iicba.elmas Terms, except in the Connty of 
York. where there are three in each year, commencing on 
the first Thuffwy in January, the first 
Ionday in Hay, 
and the second 
Ionday in October, in each ycar, There 
Rre six Circuits, as fullows, viz :-The Ea.çtcrn: Perth, 
Cornwall. Bytown,L'Orignal, Brockville. llume: Xiagara, 
Whitby, llamil ton, Ca) uga, Barrie, S) denham. H'atcrn : 


St. Thomas, Sandwich, Sarnia, Chatham, London, Godprirh, 
.Midland: Peter
rough, ColJourg, llellevillo, Picton. Kin
 
ston. Oxford: :SImcoe, Brantford, Guelph, Bcrlin, /:itrat- 
ford, Woudstock. Turonw: Toronto. 
Heir and Dt.1.'1.'su C'ourt.-C.ommissioners, the .Judges of 
the Superior Courts, ani such other persons as nmv 00 
appointed by commission under the Great Seal. i'ht-ir 
duties !l're to determine c!aims to lands in 1Spper Canada. 
for whIch no patent has Issued from the CrowlJ in favour 
of the proper claimants, whether as hPir6, de\isees Or a.... 
I'I
pes. ::5ittings at 'l'oronto, first .:Honday In January and 
July incach) ear. Clerk ofCom.wissicners, W. ll.lleward. 
Court of Probate.-Official Principal, S. BrouO"h 10ronto. 
Registrar, C. }'itzgibbon, Toronto. .. , , 
SUTToga
 CO'/lrt.-.Judge, S. B. IIarrisun; Registrar 
Wm,.J. .fitzGerald, Toronto. ' 
County C'ourts.-Presided over by resident Judge In each 
county; these Courts possess equity powers. 
Quarter &ss'ions.-Chalrman, the County .Judge in each 
couuty, who, with one or more Justices of the Peace, holde 
a C.ourt cf Quarter Sessions il!. his county four times a ,)ear 
for trillis by jury In cases of larceny, mil'deme:lllor and 
oiher offences. Sittings, second Tuesùay in l\Iar<:h, .June, 
September and NovemlJer, with power of adjournment. 
Recorders' C'vurts.-In the Cities of Toronto, Haruiltcn 
and Kingston, the Uecorders' Court takes the place of th
 
County oos6ions, the Justices fur Counties having no juris. 
diction in the Cities-the care of "hich is contJded to the 
Recorder, Mayor, Aldermen and Polipe MaO"lstrate of each. 
The City Sessions are held on the first ::\londay in January 
April, July and November. ' 
Di1.won C'ourts.-For the summary disposal of case! by 
the County .Judges. Courts are held once In two monthll 
In each division, or oftener, atthe discretion vf the Judge. 
The Divisions are established by the Courts of Quarter 
Sessions. The .Jurisdiction of these Courts has been en- 
larged by the Act 11! Vie. chap. 125. 
Insolvcnt pebtor's Court.-The County .Judge in each 
county presides. 


:MEDICAL. 
J[edicaZ Board 'pper Canada, Torollto,-PreFi:lent, The pewa; Ephriam Cook. Korwich; Georj!e Southwick. St. 
non, C. Widmer, '\1. D.. and F.R.C.S., Eng.; SecretRry, Chas Thomas; W. Aikius, Toronto; William II. Dalton. Dundal!; 
O:ardiner, )1. D. ]'ll'Tllbers; Doctors W. Duric, K.H.; 'V. .John Scott, James Richardson, John Small, NormaD 
Beaumout; G, Herrick; W, B. Nkhol; John Rolph; Bethune, and Fr:lncis lladgley, Toronto. 
Joseph W orliffian; Edward 1\1. Hodder; .James Sampson, Toronto CenerallIospital.-Inwrporated 184j -Trustee!!; 
Kingston; Harmanus Smith, Ancaster; .Jalnes Wilson, Appointed by Government. lIon. C. Widmer, 
I.D.,Jamea 
Perth; B:.silR. Church, Merrlckvllle; W. H. Brouse, Pres- Beatty, and .John Do"l; by Corporation, J. Huh.hinson, 
oott. Robert Edmondson, Brockville; 'V. II. Howard, Far. 
Iayor; by Board of 1'. ßde, '\"imam Henderson. Con!'ult,. 
mer
ville; lieD! y H. Wright, Toronto; W. Allison, Mark- in:; Phys. and flurg's, lIon. C. 'Hdmer, 
I.D., GeorJÇe IIer- 
ham; Roderick ::\IcDonald, Cornwall; Georl!e H. Park, Ha rlrk, M.D, Attending l'h)'s. and Surl1;'s, 'V. R. Beaumont, 
m!lton; .John FrASer, Pellmm; Thomas T. Macklem, Chip. 
I.D., F.R.C.S., Eng.; .K ::\1. Hodder, 
I.C" F.R.C.S., Eng. 
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COLLEGES. 


79 


.T. Scott. I1tD.. :11.R.C.S., En::!;.; .James II. mchard
on, M.D" I p.m.. eVt'ry day, 8aturdays and Sundays excepted. hyappli. 
ii.R.C.::., hli.; .1. Rolph. 
I.D., 
ï.R.C.S., }:m:.; W. Aikins, ('atlOn to the )ledicaI8upeI"Ïutendent at the Asyhan. 'lhe 
M.D.; Ht'sidmt Surgeon, Chas. Gardiner, M.D.; Secretar.r 11l
 mis
i?n (,[ pn!icuts is regulat
d Ly tbe Act
 10 Yie. ,'hap. 
and Trea
ure.r. .J. W. Brent. lIours of atten,Janee, 188, wInch requires thllt the pabent bf' eXllnuned 11Y thrce 
12 o'clock noou, daily. \ï
itort3 nre permittetl to see thdr: license.d mt'diclil pl'act.itiouen;, v
rifi,,
 by Ree\e or Ma.ror 
friends en'ry day flUm 3 to 5 p,JU" except &turday and I collectIvely, who certify to the lIl1'nlllt
.. Fwm the ü\'er- 
Sunllay. . rrowded btatf' of the bouse, admh<si0ns are at present 
l'r..dncial L"n(lfÏr A.w1mn, 'J.',17rmto.- Two-and-a.balf made as vacancipsoccllr. according to prim it), ofapplieunt
. 
miles \\. est from the City UIIU, on Quet:n St rl.'et. l'ropert) Idiot". aUf I per
ons aftiicted "With paralysis are. in,u]miss>I- 
vltl;ted in thl' Crown, 1J0verumf'nt appoint )fpdical Supel" 1,le. Inspectors of Pri"nns, &c.. are DOW TnspectOl'" of thi" 
intendeut. and RUl'sar. and Inspectors who Ìrl1.mc llj'-Iaws A
)luU1. Otlicers of the Institution: )luHcal Supniu- 
for its 
OV\.'I'Uill<JJ]t, tlwl"Ougbl) cXlulline the Asylum, ar-.iI {.'ndent. Jo:!el'b \V/lrkman. :\1.0.,; ß.).j"
:lr, .1. :\It'Kirily; 
I"t1port to the (lo,vernor (.enoml. The building was ::5ttJ\\'ard, c.JIlJin S. Ea!'twcod; }ll1trou, 
bry AnnI'ar!H B. 
d"I'Ï)rned to aCl'ommorlute, when the winl'
 arc el'pct..d, 
50 I 
palÏt'nts; th<:re (\I" at present 383 in it. 'fheInstitutiun is' ...'1,("1'.-.\ Unmch of this A:::ylum has lleell csta1>1isht'd In 
open to the ..ubIii' between the hours of 12 noon, and 3 the Luher!'ity Builùin:!s under the same lIIan!lgement. 


COLLEGES. 


Ul1Ù'ersi'y nf Túrontn- \ï
itor. Sir K W. Head. Bt"l\I.A., I lowest of these eight Forms i8 tbe Preparatúry, into whil'h 
Oovcrnor-IJen:'ral of Hriti<;h 
orth America. Chancellor, hoys lZenerally puter at the age of eight or niue years. Tbe 
lion. Rob
rt J';aston Burn!!, Yice-Chancellor, John Lan
toll, instruction in this .Form is only 60 far c!a
sicill as the rudi. 
M.A. Members of the Stenate: Rey, Jobn 
lcCaul, },I"O.; ments of Latin are concerneù,-more thlln two-thirds of 
ROil. Adltm Ferj!u:::0n. J\l.L.C; Joæph C. 
Iorrison, 1\1. P. \:'. ; the time being devoted to the ell"lnents of an .English 
David Chri
tie, M.P.P.; Sir Will. 10:. Logan, }'.n.
.; James education. In the F,rst; or next hi
ht'f form, alittltJ more 
.J. Haye!!, M.D.; lIev. John Ta.v1or, :\I.D.; Rey, Adam Lillie, time is giycn to Latin: and III the S,cond the eJenwnts of 
D.D.; lIon. C. Widmcr, M.D ; Hon. Robt. Rald"l\in; Rev. E. Greek lllld Algebm are commenced. In the Third. IInd 
I
Yt'rson, D.D.; 'fhe l'rincipal of Queen's Collel'e, Rev. 8, 8. the }'orms above it, CI:l.s
ics and Mathematil'6 are j!radually 

elles, M.A.; \'cry Rev. A. 3IcDonnell. Rev. :\1. Wille!!, D.O.; broug-ht into more and m()re prominence,-while the 
rrhe Pril1l'ipal of U, C. College; Superior of the By town COI- I branches constitutin
 an English education are alh anced 
1t'Q:e; The President Toronto &'hool of J\1edicine; H. II. Croft, with equally careful prel'ision. Although provi:!i(,n is 
D:C.L..I'.C.S.; J. B. Cherriman, M.A,; Daniel Wilson. LL.D.; thus made for the attainment of a found En;.\li8h l'ducaticn 
Rf'T Jollll Jennings; lIon. JAma" Patton. RC.L.; O. :\Io\\"at, in what are called the Clussicul Forms, there is, in ailditiüII 
Q.C.: Ja'l. H. :\lurri:::, )1 <\., Registrar. &hol.1rships o.tJ;'r.d IIn Eni!li
h Department from which Cla!'sks only lire 
at Rxamil1utwIIS C,r the lJ,,

puit!I,-Faculty of Law, 10; 4 1 excluded, the "hole time being bestowed ün the olher 

IatricuJnllt", 3 8tndents 1 year's standing, 3 E-tndents 2 sul:jects taught in the CoUegf'. In this way U. C. Collt'ge 
y;>al"s 8tilndin;. }'aculty of 
Iedicine, 10; 3 }!atricnl.lllt;;, coml,ines all the advautagf's of I\. Commercial Echool, with 
3 
tudentsl ) ear's standing, 2 students 2 years stllnding, faciJilitJ8 for oLtainiug a sound Classical training, possessed 
2 !otudeuts ::J Jea.r's I'tandinj!. :Fl'.l'ulty of Art!', 3;; :\Iatricu- , by no other in
titutioll in the country. Its ht/ltf {If Masters 
ulants, 2 Gfl'ek find Latiu ClaJ;sÏl8 with History and Geog., numbers thirteen in aU. Tht-l"o lire, in udJition to the 

 Mathematics, 1 Model'll Langullges with Hist. & Geog., 3 al)(I\e, Extra, or Optwna l Slt!Jjf(ttJ-G
rnlUn. Vl'hi('h is taught 
general proficiency in subjects app0inted for aIl8tudl'nb,. 1 by IIn experienced 
13i>ter, a we\l-edll1"ateù Hath e of Ger- 
y('ar's standing-2 Greek and Lat;n Clas
ics, \\-ith lib tory ; I ninny; aud Instrumental J!us{c. A PUT,il may talw two 
2 MaUIf'mati( 
; 1 1\atural f:cipnce; 1 
fodern LIIIH!ua
e", lessons per week in either of these su l
ects, (1r oue lesson 
with History; 1 Oriental LangGages; 1 genemi proficiency per wed. in both of them, for the small additioual fee of 
in snhjeds appointed for all students. 2 year's standing- Dve shillings per Term. It is proposed ali>Ü" to give Experi- 
2Greekal1tl Latin Clas6ics; 2llathematics; l1\at. Science; . meutal Lectures OIl Ch-mislry durmg the ensuing )car, 
Il1:loil, LIII1J:uf1ges, "l\ith lih,tory; 1 Logic, Metaphysics, and I Terms.-'l'he Autumu Term Legins :::ept. 10th; Winter do., 
.t:thics; 1 Oriental LangulIge!>. 3 year's standing-2 Greek 
OT. :lOth; 8pring l\O., Feb'y l:>tl1; 8ummer do., MliY 1st. 
and Latin ChI8si,.'I, with Ethnology; 2 )Iathematics; 1 The O?/ll'ge Boarding HouRe.-Tþc 
cw Study i
 a 
pa- 

atu1"ll1 Sdenee; 1 Mod. JÆn!:'uage.s, \\ ith Hist.; 1 ]
thks dou", lofry, well ventilated rCODl. supplied \\-ith c\'ery 
IInd Motaph.v
ks. witb Civil Polity /Iud History; 1 Oriental requbite. The new Dinill
 Ibll Is of equally. ample 
L:mgua;
..s. Can(!idates for D. 0\..-1 Greek and Latin Clas- dimeusi( ns. ï'he el'eclÏon of /In eutir('lr lIew buildin" tor 
sics; 1 :\'Iatbem...ties: 1 r\at. Science; 1 )fod. J.anguage
; thelòe two apartments bas afforded J?:rcater sp:tce for the 
1 Logic, Erhics. and 
Jetaphysics, \
ith Ci\il Polity. 2 De- Dormit.ories, which bave been likewise completely remo- 
pa.rtment of Ch il En!;in(,(>1 ing-1 :\oJatricuJ:mt.s; 1 student, delled and Yer
' much improved. ï'he lIt>n
e is furnished 
1 year'" stallllin;;; 2 Agriculture; 1 :'11l\tricul:mt;; 1 student, with a RaTh Uoom, and abundaut tacilities for outdoor 
1 year's st.andinF,'. Yalue of each ScholarsWp L;;O,and ten- exercÏ!;es and amu
emf'nls pro\iùed within the College 
aLl.. for one )1par only. bounds. The Eoarding lIouse will ill future be c...udnded 
Uni-crF:1fy C'oi[,'ge.-President, Rev. .John 1fcCauJ, LL.D.; strictly as an inteJ?:l"al part of the IIl
tituti('n, its disburse- 
Vico-Presitll-nt, - ProftJR;ors: Clahsi
s Logk, lthetoric, ments paid out of, and its returns paid into the general 
and Belle<; Lettreii, Rev. John J.\IcCllUl, LT..D.; 
letaphysics timdl!. Tn this "ay it is thought that the dODl('stic economy 
IUItl Ethics, Rev. Jame13 Beaven. D.O.: Chemistry and Ex- will be 
st shielded from the Hu"'picion ofmteut('d psrl'i- 
perimental Philosophy. H. II. Crúft, D.C.J,,; AgricultUl'e, mony, and thl' comfort and health of the .Boaders in this 
G, Duchlal1'l; .NaTural Philosophy. .1,l.!. Cherriman, M.A.; respect se.>ured, 
History and En;!;li:<h LiteraturE', D.\\ ilSlJU, LT..D.; Natural Bursar's Ðepar!mrnt of the rfliwrs."ty and CnUI'gl'S at 
IUstory, l:ev. W, Hinl'ks. }'.L S.; .:Ilineralogy and Gcolo
y, .1}mmto.-Dursur, Dn\id ßuchan: CIl-
hier or Chief Clerk, 
R J. Chapman; J\lodorn Lanl'uages, .J. }'ornel'Ï, LL.D.; Alan C.llneron; ßool{.ht'ep,'r, M, Drumm()nd; Assistant, 
1Ieteoro]()g.\' and Director of "'I:I
neticd.l Observatory, G. T. Clerk, James 1\ation; 
leS5eugor, WID. ìUorrow. Office- 
l.inJ!:!'ton. !ItA,; Lecturcr on Oriental Literature, .T.)1. St. George's 
Iluare. 
Hir
chfelder; 'futor aud Uegistl'Rr, Hev. A. Wickôon, 1II.A,; University of Queen's College, Kingston.-Op('ns on tbe 
Librarian. Rev. A. J,orimer. first 'Wednesday in October, and closes on the ht of )1ay. 
llJlJ1fr Cl.lTIarla CbUr!le.-Princillal, Rev. WnlteT Stennett, Ilt'v. ---, l'l'incípal and Primarius Plofe>sor 
lI.A ; .First (,Ias
ical Master. Rev. II, 
c/ldding, D.D.; Mathe- of Dhinity; Rev. James Georgf', D.D., \ ice-I'rincipal and 
maticRI Ma"t..
r, .J. Brown, B.A,; Secon'] ClaH
ic:\l M:l
ter, Inti'rim ].
cturer ou Eystematic 'Ihcology; l:ev. Johu ß. 
W. Wpdd. M A,; Third Cla

icoll )la
ter, lJeor
e}l, E\ans, Mowat, M.A., l'rofessorof Hel,rew, Biblical Criticism, and 
n.A.; Fren('h )Iaster. E. J. Lelievro ile St. Pomy; Fir!ot I Churl"h History; Uev. .James Williamson, JÆ.D., l'rf>fel'sor 
}:up:li[<h 
Ia",tcr, M. B,lrrett, I\1.. A,. M. D.; Second Engli!>h of :\lathematic8 and l\"a.turall'hilo!'ophy; l
ev. Jas Geol'ge, 
lIaRter, C. Thompson; Commerci,il Master, .J. Dodd; GeO- I D.D" l'rofesiõorof Logic and 
Iental and !:I1olall'hHosophy; 
mptr:cal Dr,lwinJ!: !I laster. vacant; Orn9.mental Drawing Rev. George 'Weir, l\l.A., I'rofeswr of Clas!'ical Litemture; 
Master, J. null; Instrument!ll Mu"ic )Iallter, A. J\!aul.- James 
Jlmpson, ?II D., Pre
iilent of the MI'dical Faeult.v, 
(>June of IlI."rll('ti..J1/.,-ln tb<' Eight }'vrms into "hich and l'rofu;"or of Clinkal :.IIedicine and 
urgCJY; .J. 8tewart, 
tlm Collej!(' i
 divided, the pupils, besidet! being thoroughly I J,.H.C.S., }:dinburgh, l'rofeb;;or of .1,. uatulJIY. l'hJ'sioll'gy amI 
"0 unded in Cld..":::sics and :\I.lthematic8,reccivc progressive Practical Anatomv; .John A. Dï.'I;
"II, ;\LD.. Profe!,!"Jr pC 
I ustructiun in }'
cnch, Drawing, Natural Ph ilusoþhy, t be Principles and' Pract ice of S ur
ery ; Horatio Yates. 111, D.. 
J'hy:::ic.LI lJ('o
raphy. l(rlgli
h Vomposition Itnd Heading, Professor of the l'rinciplf's !lnd Practice of )!edicine; }ïfe 
Aritlrroetic, Geography, llook-k.ecping, Writing, &c. The }'owler, !lI.D., J..r...t'.8., 1
'linhurgh, ProfosBor of I1btLrb 
l375J 



80 


COLLEGES. 


[1858. 


I 

Iedica and Pbarmacy; L. p. Litchfield. M.D., Professor of 
:l\Iidwifery, and State and Forell8ic Medicine.-Board of 
Trustees of Queen's College: Rev. Alex. Spence, Itey. John 
Barclay, D.D., Rev. .James George, D D.. Hev. Jas. C. Muir, 
Rev..John )lc:\Iorine, Rev. Alex. Mathieson, D.D., Hev, John 
Cook, D.D., Itev. Uobert Keill, Rev. Robt.llurnet, Rev. Jas. 
WIlliamson, LL.D., Rev. John Machu, D.D., Rev. Hugh 
Urquhart, D.D., Jas. Hamilton, Esq., l\1.D., A. Dl ummoDd, 
Esq., Treasurer, llugh Allan, Esq" .John Cameron. Esq., 
Geo. MaUoeh, Esq., John Mowat, .E
q., :I!'rancis A. Harper, 
}:sq., .John Thomson, };sq., JO!leph Bruce, Esq., Hon. J. 
Hamilton, ChairmaD, lIon. .Jas. Crooks, lIon. Wm. Morris, 
lion. Judge :\lcLean, Alex. McLean, .Esq., lion. 1'. McGill, 
John Patton, Esq, Kiug
ton, Secretary. 
L"1lÍl'{rsityof l'rinity College, Thronto.-Incorporated by 
Royal Charter, l!ì;J2.-CounciI: The lIon Durable and Right 
Rev. the Lord Bishop of Toronto; lIon. Sir.J. B. Hubinson, 
Bart.. Chancellor of the University; Hev. the Provost of 
Trinity College; Rev. Profl'"sor Ambery; Rev. l'rofl'ssor 
Kendall; }'rotessor Vankoughnet; Professor Boven; Pro- 
fessor Hind; Rev. George 0' Kill Stewart, D.D., LJ..D., 
Archdeacon of Kingston; Yen. A. N,BetInme,D.D., LL.D., 
Archdeacon of York; Rev. H.J.Gra!lett, B.D.;G. W. Allan, 
Esq.: John Arnold. };sq; Lewis Moffatt, ]
sq.; Hon. Mr. 
Vice-Chancellor 8pra
ge; James M. Strahan, EFq.; Sir 
Allan McXab, M.P.P.. The 1I.'n. 
Ir. Justice Il8garty; 
James LulÜn Robinson, Esq.: Samuel ßickerston Harman 
Esq.; Thomas Street, Esq.; Secretary, Chlls.Magrath. Esq. 
Provost, Geo. Whitaker, l\LA. I)rofessors: Geo. Whitaker, 
M.A.. Divinity; John Amhery, M.A., Classics; Edward 
K. Kendall, JJ.A.. Mathematics; Hon. J. II. Cameron, Q,C., 
and lion. P. M. Vallkoughnet,Q.C.. }'aculty ofI.aw; James 
Bovell, !\I.D., Physiology.; H. Y. Hind, lI1.A., Chemistry; 
G. W. Hrathy, Mus. Bac. 
Fictaria Cú/ll'ge,-University Senate: Rev. S. S. Nelles, 
111. A., President; President of Executive Council, Speaker 
of Legislative Council. Speaker of I..ej!'lslathe Assembly, 
Attorney-General for Upper Canada, Solicitor-General for 
Upper CaD ada, Rev. E. 'Vood, Itev. John Hyerson. Rev. 
Egerton Ryerson,D.D., Rev. AnsonGreen.D.D., Rev. Richard 
.Jones, Rev, G. R. Sanderson, Rev. S. D.llice, Rev. S.Rose, 
Prof. KingFton, M.A., l)rof. Wilson, M.A.. Uegistrar. Rev. 
Prof. Whitlock, M,A., Prof. Harril', 1I1.A.. 1I0n.John Rolph. 
:M.D., Prof. Geikie, M,D., 1I0n..r. }'errier, 1I.L C., E. Jackson, 
Esq. John Counter, Esq., John P, Roblin, .Esq., John H. 
Du
1:Jle, };sq.-lloard of ï'rustees and Visitors: ï'rustees, 
Hev. E. "ood. Rev, J. Ryèrson, Rev. E. RYeI'son, D.D., nev. 
A. Grepn, D.D., Rev. R, Jone", Rev. G. R, f'anderson, R"v. 
S, D. !lice, Rev, S. 
. Kelles, lILA.,.J. 1'. Roblin, Esq,; Visi- 
tors Rev.
, Hose, IIon.J
. }<'errier. Edward .Jackson, Esq., 
.Joh
 Counter, Esq.. John II. Dumble, Epq. Officers of the 
Board: Rev, Enoch Wood. Chairman; Rey. .John Ryerson, 
Treasurer; Rey. G. R. Sanderson, Secretary. - General 
Agents: Rev. Lewis Warner, West of'l'oronto; nev. W. H. 
Poole, }:ast of Tornnto.-College Officers: President, Rev. 
S. S. Nelles, M.A.; Governor and Treasurer, Rev. J, Ryerson. 
Professors and Tutors: }'aculty of Arts, Rev. S. S. Nelles, 
M.A.. l'rofessor of Mental Philosophy, with Logic, Ethics, 
:md the Evidences of ReligiOJ\; William Kinj!'ston, lILA., 
Professor of Mat hematlcs and 
Iechanical Philosophy; John 
WilsoD, M,.'\., Professor of the Latin and Greek Languages; 
Rev. Geor!rE' C. Whitlock. M.A., Professor of the Natural 
Sciences; Elij
b P. lIarri", 1I1.A" Professor of Modern Lan- 
j!'ullges; John Campbell, Classic.al Tntor; T. A. t'erguson, 
1Iiathematical Tutor; William Kerr, B.A.. Tutor in Natural 
Selences; William S. Thompson, Rector of Collegiate School; 
William A. Whitney, First Assistant Master; Alex. BumI', 
Second AI'sistant Master, Facultyofl\ledicine: lIon, John 
Rolph, lII.D., 
I.R.C.s., Engl
nd, Dean .o
 Facu)ty and I'
o- 
fessor of PrincIples and l)racbce of )'IedICme; "alter Oelkle, 
;\I.D., Profel'sor of Descriptiye and Surgical Anatomy; John 
Reid, M.D., Professor of 1Ilid\\ifèry and Diseases of 'V omen 
an!l Children; C. B. Berryman, M.D.. Profef'sor of Materia 
:Medica and Therapeutics; Vi alter Geikie, 1II.D., Principles 
and Practice of Surgery; E. A. Ogden, M.D., Proft'ssor of 
Ophthalmic and other Special Surgery; lIon. John Holph, 
M.D., Institutes of Medicine. Cbemidtry: Profeesor Croft, 
University College; , Demonstrator of 
Anatomy, Clinical Medicine, and Surw.ry. at the College 
and Hospital. The Lectures in this }'aculty are delivered 
In Toronto. 
JfcGi/l's CIJlleoe.-Governing Body: "VIsitor. His Excel- 
lency the Go-vernor G
neral. Governors: The .lIon. C. 
Dewy Day, LL.D., Prehldent, linn. James FerrIer, M.L. 
C. lion, Peter lIIcGiIl, 111. L. C., T, Brown Anderson, }:sq., 
D
"Vid Davidson, :EI'I1., Benjamin 1I01mes, Esq., Andrmv 
Robertson, 
I.A., Cb.Iistopber Dunkin, M.A., William 


Molson E!'q., Alex. Morris, M. A. Principal: J. William 
Dawson. LT..D.. F.G.S. Jo'ellows: The Delllls of the }'acul- 
ties of Law, Merlicine, ane. Arts. The Rector of the High 
f'chool. Brown Chamherlin, 111. A., B.C.L., "alter .Jones, 
M.D.. W. D. Lamb, B.C.L. The Goyernors of thf' College 
are the Members of the " Hoyal Institution for the advance- 
ment of Learning," and lire nominated by His Excellency 
the Governor General, IlJlder the Act 41st., Geo. 3, chap. 17, 
ï'he Governors, Principal IInd Fellows, cODf'titute the cor- 
puration of tbe University.-Secretary, negish'ar, and 
Bursar: 'Yilliaro Craig Baynes, D. A. Oilice, BurDI'ide 
nail, Office Hours, 10 to 2 every lawful day.-Officers of 
Instructiou, arranged in the order of statutory precedence: 
John W. Dawson, L.L.D.. }'.G.S., Principal aud l'rotès80r of 
Katural History and Agriculture; Rev, Canon Leach, J"L. 
D., Vicl....Principal. Dean of the }'aculty of AI"!s. and }'rufes- 
sor of Jillgic and Moral PhilC'I'ophy; Andrew F. lIolmel', 
M.D., Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, and PI'Ofessor of the 
Theory and I'ractice of 
Iedicine; .J. J. C. Abbott, .Ð.C.J... 
Dean of the }'aculty of Law, and }'rofessor ofÜ)illmercial 
Law; Henry A. Howe. lII.A., Rector of the Hii::h School 
and Professor of l\lathematics and Natural }'hilosophy; 
, Professor of Clal'sical Literature; 
George 'V. C:unpbell, 1II.A" 1II D., Professor of Surgery; 
\rchibald Hall, M.D.. Professor of :\lidwifery and Diseases 
of Women and Children; William }'raser, M.D., I'rof"sFor 
of the Institutes of l\Iedicine; William Sutherland, 1U D., 
Professor of Chemistry; William R Scott, l\I.D., Professor 
of Anatomy; William Wrij!'ht, M.D.. Profel'sor of Materia 
lIIedicaand })harmllcy; Robert p. Howard, M.D., Professor 
of CliniCIIIl\ledicine and Mejical Jurisprudence; Hev. A. 
DeSola. Professor of lIebrew and Orient.al Literature; 
Hon. ']', C. Ayly,in. D.C.L., Profe!'sorofI'ublic and Criminal 
Law; }'rederlck "'. Torrance, M.A., B.C.L., Profe
sor of 
Civil J..aw; R. Lafrenaye, B.C.L., pJ'Ofesser of Jurisprudence 
and Legal Bibliography; R. G. Laflamme, B.C.L..l'I'ofeFsor 
of Customary Law and Law of of Real Estate; Charles 
Smallwood, M.D,. LL.D., Prof..ssorof Meteorology; Charles 
F. A. Markgraf, Professor of }'rench Language and Litera- 
ture; Leon G. }<'rontean, B.A., Professor of French Lan- 
J!;nage and Literature; D. C. )I'CRlIum, M. D., Prof"sl'or of 
Clinical Surgery; Mark J. Hamilton, C.I
,. Professor of 
Road and Railway .Engineering; .James Barnston, lII.D., 
Professor of Botany; T. A. Gib
on, 1I1.A., FiJ'st Assistant 
Ma
ter of Hip;h School; DlI.vid Hodger, M.A., Second 
A<:sistant Master of Hi
h School; W. Bowman, Third 
As!'Istant Master of llÏl.
h School; .John Follenus, "Iusic 
l\Iaster of Hij!h School; G. D. Borthwick. }<'ourthAssistant 
Master of Uigh School; James Duncan, Drawing 
Iaster of 
IIij!h 8chool; };dwin Gould. B.A., Cullege Tutor in History 
snd English Literature; James I\:emp, Fifth Assistant 
Master of High School; Robert Craik, 1II.D., Demonstrator 
of A natom v and Curat.or of lIIedicall\Iuseum. 
University of BiÛwp's O>/leoe Lennoxl"'i'le.-Incorporated 
by Royal Qharter, 1853.-1'resident of the Corporation and 
Visitor, R t. Rev. t.he Lord Bil'hop of Quebec. Yice-Prel'ideDt 
of the Corporation and Visitor, Rt, Rev. the Lonl Bishop of 
Montreal. Chancellor, lIon. C. J. Bowen. Vice Chancellor, 
Hon. J. S.lIIcCord. TruFteps, lIon. E. lIale. Chairman; lion. 
.J. S.lIlcCord; Hon, G. 'Ioffat; 1I0n.H. Smith; G. F. Bowen, 
Esq.; W. Baker, Fsq., B lIIoJ'l'is Esq,; Rev. C. P.Reid; Rev. 
L. Doolittle; Rev. It. Lindsay; Hev. W. Bond. College 
Council; Rev, J. H. ]\"irholls; 1I.lIIiles, Esq.; E. Chapman, 
Esq; Rev..J. II. Thompson. Oftìc
rs of the Corporation: E. 
Chapman, Esq., Secrctm'y. E. f.. Montizambert, Esq" Hon- 
orary Counsel; Rev. L. Doolittle and B. T. Morris, Jo:sq.. 
Attorneys. Officers of the College; Hev. J.n. Nicolls. D.D., 
Principal and Profepsor of Classics; H
 Mile'!, EI'q.. lILA., 
'Vice-Principal and I'rofessor of Mathematics and Natural 
Philosophy. Rev..J. lIcnry Thompson, 111. A., l'rof. of Di- 
vinity; .Eo Chapman, Esq., M. A.. Bnrsar and Registrar; 
Junior Department and Grammar School: Rector, HeY. Jas. 
W. Williams. lILA.; Rev. J. Thompson. lII.A., Librarian. 
Knox's Ch/lege-Prin('ipal and Professor of Systematio 
Divinit.y, Rev. l\1. Willis, D.D,; Profcssor of Exegetic
'I.1 Di- 
vinity and Philosophy. Rev. G. P. Young, A.M.: Professor 
of Church Hil'tory and Evidences of Christianity. Rev. It. 
Burns. D.D.; Master of Boarding Houge, Mr. 'l'homas Wil, 
ling; Chairman of College Committee (of Synod), Rev. W. 
Greig; Secretary, Rev. W. Reid. 
Toronto School oJ lrfedicil1p, in affiliaUon with the Ul1Í1'/'/l"- 
s1"tyof Toronto, il1corporated by .Act of Parliament, 1831.- 
Professors: Joseph" orkman. M.D., Superintendent of the 
Provincial Lunatic A!'ylum, Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics 
and the Diseases of Women and Children; W. ï', Aikins, 
M.D., Surgery IInd Surgical Anatomy, II. II. Wright, M.D" 
I'rinciples and P
actice of Medicine, alid Diseases of Women 
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and Thseases of Women and ChUdren; 1\1. BlllTett, )I.A., 
\I.D., Institutes of Medicine and Mpdlcal .Jl1rispntdence; 
U. Ogden. .M.D., Midwifery, Materia 
led1ca and Therapeu- 
ticø; J, Rowell, M.D., General and Descriptive Anatomy; 
Drs. Wright lilld Aikins, Clinical '\Iedlcine and SUrp:ery; 
.J. Lenon, 
I.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy. Prof. Croft, 
D.C.L., Chemistry and Experimental Philosophy at "Guiver- 

ity College; Professor Wm.1llncks, F.L.S" Botany, &c., at 
Gniversity Colle
e. 
The BdÜvilleScminary.-This iustitution is the property 
uf the :MethodIst EpIscopal Church, but free to all denomi- 
nations. The buildings were erected in 1855, and located 
in Belleville, County ofliastings, C.\V. 'They afford accom- 
modation for the instruction of four hundred students. 
.Both sexgs are included In the provision, ladies being in- 

tructed in the ornamental as well as solid branches; and 

entlemen are afforded both a commercial and classical 
education. The institution was incorporated in 1857.-The 
tollowinK compose the Faculty: Rev, J. H. Johlll;on, A,
I., 
Principal, and Profe!<sor of Ethics, Belles Lettres, and :Men- 
tal Philosophy; .J. 
. !Iartin, A.)I., Professor of the Latin, 
and Greek Languages, and the Natmal Seiences; A. Carman 
A.B., Professor of Mathematics; Mr. Gilbert Goldsmith, 
.t:nglish Teacher, and Assistant in the Department of Natu- 
ral &Iencel!; .Miss Eliza .A. Deaver, Preceptress, and 'I.'eacher 
of DrawIng, Embroidery, and the French, German, Italian, 
and Spanish Languages; )1iss Evaline S, )Iasury, Teacher 
of }Iusic. 
Qznadian (;ongregat<<mal Theoli>giccJ. Inslüute, corner of 
ttùlaide and Francis Struts, Toronto.-Treasurer, I'atl'ick 
}o'reeland. E!!q. Secretaries, Rev. E. Ebbs, HamiltC'n; Rev. 
}o', II. )larling, Toronto. Committee: Rev. T, S. .Ellerby; 
Rev. A. Lillie, D.D.; ReT.A. Wickson, A.}I.; Rev. T. M. 
Reikie,; Rpv..J. T. Byrne; Rev. J. Wood; :Mr. A, Christie, 
'Ir. Peter }'reeland, )[r. W. F. Meudell, Mr. John Nasmith, 
'[r. .John Snarr, 
Ir. E. Childs. Professor ofTheology,&c., 
Rev. A Lillie, D.D, Classical and Hebrew Tutor, Re". A. 
Wickson, A,l\f. Course: Four Sessions of eight mouths 
each-from middle of Oct. to middle of .June. 
.ÐÏ1...inüy Hall of the linited .Presbyurian Synod.-The 
Divinity Hall meets in Toronto on the third 'fnesday in 
October. and continues in session till the second Thursday 
in April. Professor, Rev. .John Taylor, lI,D, 
Rc([iopdis Cbzz"ge,-See Clergy List, page 52, co!. 3, 
"t. Michael's CoIkge.-See Clergy List, page 53, col. 1. 
Bytoum Cv!Üge-Sce Clergy List, page 52, co!. ;}. 
&ntinaire de St. Hyacinthe,-See Clergy List, p. 5
, c. 2. 
&ntinaire de Quebec and College de Sainte Annc.-SC/e 
Clergy Li!-t, page 50, co!. 3, 
Srminaire de .'Ermtreal, and other Colleges attached to the 
R, C, Diocese of blontreal.-See Clcrgy I.ist, pap:e 51, co!. 3. 
CbUq;e of L' .A8somlJtion at SandvJiclt.-&e Clergy Li
t, 
page li3, co!. 2. 


Chuncil of P!IUic Imtruclion in l:"p)Jcr C'unada.-HÐß. 
Samuel Bf'Sly IIarriJ>On, Q.C. Chairman; Rev. Egerton 
Ryerscn. D.D., Chief Suporrntendent of Education; Right 
Rey. A. )I,F. de Charbonnel, D.D.. 11.C Bishop of Toronto; 
Rev. II,.J. Grasett, B.D.: Hon. JOl!leph Curran I1IorrÏ!'on, Q.C., 
bI.P.P.; James Eeútt Howard; Rev. .John Jennings, D.D.; 
Rev, Adam Lillie,D.D.; and Rev..John Barclay,D.D. Mem- 
bers for the purposes of thp Grammar School Act: Rev. J. 

lcCaul, LL.D., Prel'ident of University College, and the 
Pre
idents of the Colleges affilliated. with the UniTendty of 
Toronto, .J. Geo. IIodgins. )I.A" RecordIng Clerk. 
Prm'incial Normal and Model Schools,for the Instructicm 
and Training of Twclttrs.-.Normal School: Thos, Jsffray 
Robertson, M.A., Head 'laster; Rl'v. Wm, Ormiston, 1I.A., 
Second .Master; ArchiblÙd 
lcCallum, Teacher of Book- 
keepinJl;; Thos. Cooper, Teacher of !Iusic; llenry Good- 
win, Teacher of Gymnastic!! snd C&listhenicB, Model 
Schools. In which the Norillill &hool Students pmetice the 
art of TeachIng: Archibald 
lcCallum I1Iastpr of the Boy'!! 
&hool; Ds\id Ormiston, FIrst Assistant; D. Fotherin
 
ham, Second As
istant, Dorcas Clsrk. l\I1stress of GirrM 
School; Henrietta 8henick. J.'irst Assist.mt; Helen Clark, 
Second As"istant; and the Teachers of'lusic, G}mn:lsticp, 
and Calisthenics in the Normal School. The SeSSiOIiB of 
the Normal School, commence 011 the 15th May and 15th 
of NOT ember of each year, and continue for five months en.ch. 
Grammar &hools.-Each ofthefie Schools Is managed 1Jy 
:'i Bosrd of Trustees, sppointed by the C<>unty Councll. 
There is one Grammar School in each County Town, which 
receives at least !.100 per annum. and where the fund", 
will admit of it, others may be established in different parh. 
of the County. Pupils attending these Schools are prepared 
for matriculation in the Universities and Colleges, There 
were 61 Grammar Schools, with 3,386 pupils, in "Gppel- 
Canada, in 185(j, 
CmmlJ,o!1 &hool.
.-Each Township is divided into Schoul . 
Sections of a suitablp extent. for one School; and in each ot 
these Sections three Trustees are elected to manage it.s School 
affairs. In cities, towns, and villages. they are managp{\ 
by a Board of School Trustees, elected for the l\[uuicipality 
There were 3,-!i2 Common Schools, with 251,145 pupils, in 
Upper Canada, in 1856. 
Public School Librm"Ïes. - Each ::;chou1 and :AI unil'jpal 
Corporation, desirous of establishing :I!'ree Public Libl'srie
, 
is aided by the Educational Department granting 100 per 
cent. on local appropriations, and 6Upplying books trom th
 
Depository in connection \\ith the Department. Cp to till' 
end of December. 1h56, about 300 Libraries had been e
t./l- 
blishell, containing 1,000 sub-divisions, and 155,72fi vol!'. 
The ThUlL .Numbtl. of EducationaL In..otitfJ.tions rerort
d 
by the Educational Department as in operation in Upper 
C,mada during 1856, was 3,815, attended by 26
.7611'Upih 
and expending $1,362,200 in their support. 


Pa:re. 
Actl!, Local and Personal, 20 Tic.... 3; 
Acts, Provincial, 20 Vie. ............'.. :-\f) 
\cts, Rescrved, 20 Tic................... :';Û 
\ddington County... ..,.................. 60 
Adjutant-General's Office............... :\-1 
Agricultural Associations ............. 41 
Agri
ultur
 Act rela.ting to '........ :.;
 
Anmversanes......... ............... ...... 1. 
Articles in Calendar..................... 2 
Arts and :\Ianufactures, Boarù ...... 40 
.
ssociate Presbyterian Church ...'.. ;;;; 
Hank Acts, 20 Yie. ..,.................... 
7 
Banks and Agencies.....,............... 47 
Baptist Ministers .........,...........'.. [,S 
Belleville Seminary......,............... 81 
mble Christian Church......... ......'.. :;8 
Hishor's Colle
e, Lenno'l:ville......... 80 
Rook Post with EngL'md...... ......... 45 
Book Post with France.................. 45 
Brant County.........,..,..............,.. 5U 
Bruce County...... ..'...... ............... 62 
Bureau of Agriculture................., ::;:.1 
Dytown College......... .................. 81 
Colendar, :\[onthly ......... ......... ...... :. 
Canada Christian COnterencc......... 58 
Carleton County.................. ......... ;;9 
bronological Cycles......... ............ 2 
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INDEX. 


Pa
. 
Civil &cretary's Office .................. 33 
Clergy of Cansda ........................ 49 
Clerkl', County............................ 70 
Clerks County Courts .................. 70 
Clerks of Peace .................. ......... 70 
Collectors of Customs .....,............ 33 
Colleges ... ............ .......... ............ 79 
Common Schools .......'................. 81 
Congregational Denomination ....... ;;i 
Congregational Theolop;ical Inøt. ... 81 
County and Judicial Officerø ......... 70 
County Towns... ...... ...........,......... ';0 
Courts of Law, &c....... ............ ...... 78 
Crown Lands Department ............ 34 
Crown Law Department ............... :1-1 
Crown TimlK>r Agent!! .................. 34 


Page. 
Ei8eX County....,......................... fO 
Executive COnncll,.......,.............., 3:: 
Explanation ofClIlendar ............... 
 
Far-West. for Settlement......... ...... ::R 
}'ixed and Moveable Festivals ....... :.! 
}'oreign Agents, Hanka.................. 4; 
}'l"ontenac County,................,..,.., Cù 
Gss and W Ilter Cos. Acts, 
O 'ie. '" 3; 
Glengal"Y County.....................,.. 6i 
Governor-General.....,...........,...... ;;;
 
Grsm.mlu- &hools ........................ f;1 
Grenville County................ ........, I;: 
Grey County..................,..... ...... 61 
lIaldimand County....................., ûl 
Halton County...................... ...... In 
Hastings County......,.................. 1>1 
Holy Days ............,..............,...... lj 
HortIcultural Societies.................. 41 
Huron County.... ..............,........ ti:: 


Decimal Currency '.................,..... :JO 
Divinity Hall,............................. 81 
Division Courts,.................... ...... 78 
Divi;;ion Court Clerks, &c. ............ 59 
Dumla.s C.ounty .............n............ 1.i9 
Durham County............ ........,...... (jj 


Indian Department ... .................. ö4 
Eclip...('
 ...................................... 3 Individual Acts, 
O Vie. '..,....,...... 3i 
RdUl'atilln:l} AI.ts, :JIJVie................ 
:7 Inspector-General's Oflice .............. ::..
 
F\lucational Di'pnrtment, C..K ......
! In!'ur:mclI Compllnies, Act.;, 20 Vic. ::; 
I':ducational pep
rtmeut,
. W,...... :\41 ' . .. 
Electi\'e Leg1slatlve Councillors...... .14 \ .JUdlClal Officers, County...... ......... ,0 



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[lR58. 


Patte. I Page. I =- -.- . P&P;P- 
Judges. 8urrogllte...... ............ ...... ,0 Ontarlo County........................... f>5 1 Renfrew l:oul.Jty ..'... ....'. ......... ...." 1'>:: 
Kpnt Coumy ............. ......... ......... 62! Oxford County......... ......... ......... ü5 Roman ,cat.hol1c Church......... ....... 


 
[{nox's Oollege .........................,.. 
O: Va.-n ts A. ct r " latl ' ng to A" R R .oYal l } l am co dy t .............................. <
: 
"" ,. 
 ............... -> us
e un y............................ t.1I 
11Assomption Collegt! ...............'... R1 Patents, Li6t of, for year............... 4;3 I, o' _ 
[.aw Courts,.. ........,..................... ,8 Peel County .............. ...... ...... ...... ti9 I SheulIs, County...... ........ ............. . 
 
I T 78 Perth County fiti I SImcoe County............................. h. 
.a.w erm
 ......,........ .........,.. ...... I Peterboro' Co
;;'tÿ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: 66; 8t. HJadnthe Seminary ...,........... !II 
Lambton County..,...................... 63 1 Pian "'t th - St, Michael's College..................... :H 
[.Iull
rk County........................... 63 e s, e..............,.................. ;) I ., 
I d Co t 63 Pole Star (Tables) ....................'... 5 1 Star Table................................... .. 
I.Æ
. 
 tI un
 ...."iï....... ............... 3
 . Postage Rates and Routes, &c... .....' 4-1 Statutes, lndex to the.................. 
ö 
l:

l:ti
: A8
:
bl;':::::::::::::::;::: 
5 I Post Office Department ............... J-l Stormont 
u.nty...:.....,:............... t;
 
I Co t' 60 I Post Office General......................:..;-1 Sun on 
lendJ:i,n, ,te., &c.............. ., 
I 
nno!' un y........................... Post Office
, Changes In Names of.., 4G I " .. '" 
,Ibranes. Public I:khool................ 81 P om N I 
br h d . Telegraphs, Acts, _0' IC................ 0\.. 
P.lncaJn County........ ............,..... ü4 1 P ost b teC
S, ë: Y1:. s .A IS. e te ...... 4G! Temperature, monthly mean......... ;, 
LunaticAsylum........................,.. i9 p re \) r
an Ch urc i ' fê8OC
 ...... 

 I Toronto School oCl\[edicine............ 1'n 
\ .. .. _ I res yte
an w'c loan 0...,... :'3 1 Towns. C. 'L............................... í/\ 
IanufacturJn
, Actl<, 20 ,Ie.......... 3, I Presbytenan Church, Synod of...... 
4 Township Agricultural Societies ... 41 
:\Iarrluge RegIstry Act...............,.. 48 1 Presbyterlan Church, United......... ,,-1 I Towns} ip Clerks 
l 

[at
em"tical Problems, &c. ......... 31 P
C?
t County...:......."...........,.. ti
 'rown

ip 'hml
ip;ii.Ù

:ï.;
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i 71 
\lc(hll Coll(\
e ........'.................'.. EO P
mIti':e Methodi8t Church ......... .

 Township Trl.'asurers .................. 'j1 
:\[uchanlcal &l(\ncc Act ................ 39 PrInce Edward County................. h, I Townships List of. Canada EMt -- 
\Ierl
cal Bo
rd, Canada West ......... 78 1 Problems, !\lathematicaI............... :\1 Tr(':
surers: Count
 ................::::: 
:) 

Ie,bctn{\. 'Ioronto School of........... 80 Provincial Land SurveJors, Hoard... 31 Twilight Tables . 
:\1eteorological Observations, 1855... 20 Provincial Observatory................, 4 .........,...........- ... .t 
\Ieteorological Observations
 1856... 21 ProvIncial Regiatrar's Office........... 33 University College ....................... 
I) 
\[othodist }
pi8COplÙ Church ......... [)7 Provincial Secretary's Offie.Ð ... ....... 
3 Cniversity of Toronto................... 
!J 
\Iethodist New Connexion ............ 66 I Public Instruction, Council of ....... 81 United Church of England & Irelnnlt 4!J 
\Iethodist Primitive..................... 57 Public School Libraries ..,.............. 1'1 Upper Canada College................... 7!1 


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lvan.....,............... 
 Public Works Department .....,...... 33 I Venus and }Iars(Tables}............... :: 
:\lining Acts, 20 vi
::::::::::::::::::::: 37 Quobec Seminary..................,..... 81 ':!ct.or
 College........................... 
! 
\liscRllaneous Acts, 20 Vie............. Ji Queen'sCollege Uniyerl'ity............ ,9 '.
ctorla County.........................., 
h 

Ionthly Register ................'....... 17 l) r' . "\ dlagel', Canada West ...... ............ ,It 
\Inntrflo'l.l &minary ...................... 81 Ra
lway Acts, _0 'IC. .................. J
 
 
· :\loon's l'hases, Age, &c. ... ...... ...... ;) t RaIn! ave
nge defth..................... ...J I ".: ardens .., ..... ...........' ...... ......... ,.I
 
'hmicipulities Act/:, 20 Vic. ......... 37 Rece.Iver lTeneral s Office...............::3 \\atel'loo County.......................... f:
 
:'lunicipulities, Canada West ........, 511 ltee\es ..:.................................... 
 11 Well
nd County ..............,........... l\
 
Regiopohs College........................ I'l l Wellmgton County ...................... I\
 
\'avigati,m, &c.. Acts. :!O Yic.... ...... 38 Registrars, County...... ............... ,0 Wentworth County...... ......... ........ 6!.i 
"\'ewspappr Postage ......,.............. 45 Registrars, Surrogate .................. ,0 Wcs1eyan i\lethodist Church.......... ,:.;: 
Sortblk Countv .......................,... 65 Re!Zistration of Letters ............... 45 I WInd, mean velocity, (monthly)..., :, 
"',)rmal and Model &h,)()ls............ 81 Religious Bodies, Acts of, 
O Yic.... :>8 I Wiwpeg L:\ke, and YaUeyof, &c..... :!i 
'-'orthumhPrland County.............. 65 Reroarlublo Events...................... 17 
North-West,TheGreat,..,........,..... Zl ReroarkB.bleOccurrenccs, 1856........ 
2 York County............................... h!1 


ADVERTISEMENT CONT.E
TS. 
Page. ragf'. 
('anadal)prmanent BuildinK and Savings' Society...... RiS I T. W. Lawford. Attorney Imd Solicitor in Chancery.... '!I;; 
mackwood, and }'our lIeviews, &'c" L. Scott & Co. ...... R-! The \Vaverly MagazIne. Moses A. D0w, Boston ......... !I:; 
Hrellt Central Printing Honse, .John Blackburn ......... R5 .John Ritch), .Jr., Dry Goods, &Il .............................. !I.; 
"rovldent Life A"surance Co., W. H. Smith, :llanager... 8ü Hearn, Mathematical Instruments, &c. ......,.............. :1., 
Holluway'.. Pilli!, Life Prolonged............,..........,......... 86 The Leader, Newspaper, .James Beaty......,.............. !I
 
Firt' Worksl Fire Works!-John S. Murris, BuITalo ...... 86 House of All Nations, Samuel lleakes ................. ....., g., 
Ui\'Ìslon Courts-Maclear & Co. ................................. 87 Sears' Pictorial Bible, &c., Robert Sears, Xew YOI.k.... \1.-. 
.J. 
i ..Joseph & C
., Watches amI .Jewellery,........,........ 8
 I Simplion k DUD
pn.ugh, Drug!',. Paints. Oils, &c .......... !I.-, 
Wilham Steward s Saddlery and Trnnk \Van>houtie...... 8. Maclcar &. Co., Ueneral Advertisement ......... ............ gli 
.Iamer; B.Ryan's Hardware Establishment......,..,........ 87 HClrdv.are, Hardware, Paterson &. Iõ:on....................... !J7 
l
,.m..incial F'rærnan New!'paper, Chatham .................. 87 The Indian Herb Doctor, F. Tumblety ....................... !Ii 
\nti-Slavpry Books. &c., New York ........................... 8i l'erry Davis' Vegetable Pain l\:iller..................,........ !IX 
Victoria Iron Works, A. C. Chewett &. Co., Kingston ... 88 Webster's Quarto Dictionary, Unabridged.................. !J'I 
Holloway's Ointment,-A Wonderful Coincidence......... 88 I Gentlemens' Outfitting. &.c., .J. Laidlaw & Co .............. It}l, 
Hats that are Hats,-S. P. Coleman, Toronto............... R81.Ja.mes Fraser, Accountant, Xotary publir, &c............ IOu 
Salamander Fire Proof Safes, .J.&..J. Taylor................ 89 lIIetropolitan Building Society................................. 100 
f'antecnetheca. T. HutchiWlon ................................. 89 Liverpool and London Fire and Life Insurance Comp... llHI 
ROf'sin House Hotel, A. C. .Joslin, ProprIetor .., ........... 
IO Britanwa Life Assurance C()mpany........................... 100 
Phamix Foundry, .John }lcGee ............................... 90 \\m, P.lIIarst.on, Guns, Rifles and Pistols.................. 100 
r.yman Brothers, & Co., Wholesale Druggists ............. 90 Printing Inks, II. Winstone, 100 8hoe J,au(\, urn. Eng. 101 
Thompson k Co., Bookfiellers, Stationers, and Printers. 91 Dr, IIoofland'a Celebrated German Bitters...,........,..... 10
 
t\ngus D. Macdonell, Produ
 and Money Broker ...... gl Life Association of &ontland, (:l<'ounded 1838) .............. 10:; 
IbLCon. }'ire and Life Insuranee Company of London... 91 K F, Whittemore k Co.. Bllnkers, Insurau,'e Agenb;... 10-1 
.John Ellis, Heraldry Office, Engraver kc....,.............. H2 Wood Engraving,.J. It Seymour .............................. 1O
 
J)()dgson, Shields & Morton, Grocers, &c .............,...... 92 To.'\ Warehouse, Toronto, W. N. }'airbanksk Co. '........ 10.' 
"atton k Co., Toronto and Hamilton, Earthenware ..... 92 MACLEAR k Co" STATIONERS, LITHOGRAPHERS AVD I'RI:VT};R". 


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G LIFE.- A healthy stolllilch generates pure blood, Ilud pure blood is the l'a
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f.r a ,igorous vitality. To keep the dIgestive apparatus in a healthful condition and the blood flee from t3int, It i.. 
only necetiBary to purge the system occasionally with this grent compound curative. \I hich is at once a t.onic, It disinfe,o. 
tant and an aperient. By pursuing this course, instead of the opposite one of neglecting the premonitions of natul"f'. 
life may be prolonged many years beyond the period at which it would otherwise terminate. Tn a climate ItS \'aloiabl
 
and as suqject to extremes of heat and cold as that of Canada, it is of the gr<,atest importalll'e to leep thp stomach amI 
howels in perfect order. 
IIOLLOW.U'SOINTMENT.-For all the external injuries to which mechawcs Rnd working-men, travellprs, engineers, am] 
others are liable. Holloway's Ointment ls the surest and most rapid remedy. It re1ipves pain, IIml reduces outward 
inflammation when all other means fail. 


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of Incorporation, in )Iortga
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always insure perfect E>afety to l)epositors, anù place heyond 
ll riHk the p('rmanence 
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Office-Toronto Street, North of the Post Office, Toronto. 


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SC('1'etW.1f and '1'j'I'(1,SIU'('/': MR. J. TIERBBR1' MASON. 
The Stock l
ooks of this Society arc fltill open to Subscribers without the pa}lllent 
of arrears or Premium on Shares, a new class of Members being formed eyery 
routh. 

hares mature in six years certain, n\d are paid up by Monthly, Yearly, or other 
Periodical Instalmcnts, or by a single payment of .í64, n considerable discount beinr; 
gained by paying in advance. Monthly payment, Æl, ] s. per Share, and proportion- 
ately for half or (luarter Sharcs. 

hareholders may withdraw ut any time before the expiration of six Jf'ars, witlt 
Compound Interest on the alllount paid ill if they desire. The fl'lllunel'ative adV:ln, 
tagcs securetl to both Depofl'itors and l\IembcrR of this Jl1
tit.ntion Ù(>I:1(>l've the attentive 
conRidemtinn of all cla!"i
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TORO:'4l'O, Velol,,,/,, 1857. 


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THE BRITISH PERIODICALS 


AND TIlE 


1?11R}IER"S 


GUIDE. 


tUfF-AT RF1DUCTION IN THE PRICE OF THE LATTER P1IßJ.ICATI01\. 


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:";(;OT1' '"'" CO., N ew York, continue to publish the following BRTTTHH 
PERIODICALS, viz.:- 
l.-THE LONDON QUARTERRY (CONSERVATIVE). 

.-TH}J EDINBURGH REVIE"\V (\VHIG). 
:;.-
J.1III
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VI}1j1\T (FREE CIlURf'H). 
4.-TH}1j 'VESTl\IINSTER REVIEW (IIlBERAL). 
i).-BLACKWOOD'S }
DINBURGH MAGAZINE (TORY). 


. ..... . 
These P(,l'iodicals nbly represent the three great political parties of Great Britain-Whig. 
Tory, nnd Radical; but politics forms only one feature of their character. As organs of thp 
most profound writers on Science, Literature, Morality, and Religion, they stand-as they evel' 
have stood--unrivalled in the world of letters, being considered indispensable to the scholar and 
the professioDttl man; while to the intelligent reader of every class, they furnish a more correct 
fmd satisfactory record of the current literature of tbe d!1Y, througbout the world, than ('nn l)e 
pos8ibly obtained from any other source. 
E.A.RL"Y COPIES. 
The receipt of ADV.1NCE SHEETS from the British Publishers, gives additional value to 
thpse 
'eprints, especially during the present exciting state of European affairs, inasmuch as they 
('fln now be placed in the hands of subscribers about as soon ns the original edition. 
TER
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POI' anyone of the four Reviews - $3 Oil 
For any two of the four Reviews _ 5 00 
For any three of the four Reviews - 7 0(1 
1<'01' all four of the Reviews _ 0 00 
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1<'01' Blackwood and three Reviews _ 9 00 
1"01' Blackwood and the four Reviews 10 00 
Payments to be made, in nIl cases, in advance. Money current in the State or Province whel'o 
issued, will be received at par. 
J?OST.A.GE_ 
rn aU the principal cities and towns these works will be delivered free of Postagt. When sent 
IJY mail to subscribers in the British Provinces, the United States Postage will be paid by t.he 
Pnblishers. 


THE FARMER'S CUI DE 
TO SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL AGRICULTURE. 
By IIESRY STFPHESS, F.R.S., of Edinburgh, and the late J. P. NORTON, Professor of Scientific 
Agriculture ìn Yale College, New Haven. 
 vols., royal 8vo. 1000 pages, and numerou
 wood 
anù steel engravings. 'rhis is confessedly the most complete work on agriculture ever pubh
hed ; 
ILnd in order to give it a. wide circulation, the Publishers have resolved to reduce the prIce to 
FIVE DOLLARS FOR THE TWO VOLUMES. . 
When sent by mail (post paid) to California and Oregon, the price will be $ï. '1.'0 every 
other pnrt of the Union and to the British Provinces (post paid), $(j. 

 This work is NOT the old "Book of tile Farm." 
Remittances for any of the above Publications should nlways be addressed (post paid) to the 
Publishers, LEO NARD SCOTT & CO., No. 64 Gold Street, New Ýork. 
For Sale also by MACLEAR & Co., Booksellers, 16 King St. East, Toronto; 
u. DAWI'ION, l\1ontrenl; P. SINCLAIR, Quebec; GEO. BARNES & CO., and HOLT & ANGELL, 
Hnmi1ton; DR. THOMAS ROBISON and JOHN DUFF, KINGSTON; THOMAS EVANS, Brantford; 
Eo A. TAYWR, London; .JOHN WALKER. St. CatherineI'!; E. G. J<'ULLER, Hnlifax, N.S. ; .T. & A 
McMILLAN, St. John, N.B.; and OEO. T. TJAsZARD, Charlotte Town, P. E. Island. 
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G RA'fEFULL Y acknowledgiug the very liberal share of public patronage, extended to him since his commenccment 
of Business iu Toronto, begs leave respectfully to call the attention of Merchants, Solicitors, Steamboat and 
Railway Compa.nies, IIotel Proprietors, StorekeepPl'S, and the Public at large. to hi. unrivalled facilities for tlll. 
t'xccution of every conceivable description of 


BOOK & JOB PRINTING, 
IN THE FIRS'r STYLE OP THE TYPOGRAPHIO AR'r, 
Pct!ise!<..ing t}1(> larp;est and bast selected stock of .Jon PRINTINn TYPE, STEAM 1IIACHINERY, PRESSES, WOOD 
CUTS, and Printin
 lIIaterials in general, that is to be found in CanadA, he is prepared to execute all kinds of Plaiu 
!tJl{1 Ornamental Printing, from the largost Mammoth Posters to the 1!ïnest Cards, with the ireatest dispat<:h, which 
for beauty of finish and accnracy cannot be excelled. 


It ;11 with much satisfaction that he refers to the fa.ct that TIlE CITY ST.EA'I PRESS hac; for thne su.c
BBi't'e year.t 
taL.en the first and second 


PJtIlES FOIl PLAIN .AND ORNAl\IENTAL PRINTING 


AT THE 
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COBOURG. 1856-First Prize. Second Prize. KINGSTON, 185ð-Firat Prize, Second Prize. 
BRANTFORD, 1857-First Prize, Second Prize. 


J.a.nd Surveyol's and Proprietors of Estates are solicited to inspect .J. BLACKBURN'! Ityle of executing 


PLANS OF TOWN AND VILLAGE LOTS, PARK LOTS, &c., 
n 'rYPOGRAPHY, a process which is far cheaper and yet fully eqnal to LITHOGJUPRr. For }Iaps executed by this IH'O' 
C(>8S he took .EXTRA PRE:lIIUMS at the Provincial Shows at Kingston, 1856, and at lJrantford, 18f>i. 


.J, n. would particularly call tha attcntlon of AUTHORS, PUBLISHERS, and others, to his Supel'ior Style of getting UI' 


BOOKS, MAGAZINES, AND PAMPHLETS, 
'eport8 of Religious and other So cietiC8, Club By-Laws, 
c., wlticlt are printed with great arrtlracy. 
....,... Order. by Mail punctually attended to and promptly forwarded by Expre.. or otherwise. 
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LACKBURN'S CITY STEAM PRESS, No. 63, YONGE STREET, TORONTO. 
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aud with Agencies in all the principal Towns, can effect every description of Life Assurance 
on more favourable tel'm
, and with greater convenience to tho Assured than most other Offict's. 
Tables of Rfl.tes and Forms for Application may be obtained at the Head Office, or of any flf 
the Agents or :Medicat Refereeß. 
W. H. SMITH, Managing Director. 


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amount on Liberal Terms, Also, CANXON PERCUSSION CAPS, TUBES, PRDIING, PORT-F1RES, SLOW 
:\lATCH, and GUNPOWDl.:R of all descriptions. SIGNAL ROCKETS, BLUE LIGHTS. Also, on hand and 
manufndl1rell at the !!hortest notice, ExhibitIonll of Fire Works, for CiUes, Towne, &c. Fetes and Rejoicingi'! 
preparod to any extent with Initial!! or any device for land or water. New PIece!! e"fery SeMon In great variety 
warranted equal to any for brilliancy of color or splendor. Captains of Ships. Chandlers, and others øupplled 
with lUue Lights, SIgnal Rockets, Blank and Ball Cartridges, Port-fires, Slow Matches, &c. 
Terms Cash, Current Funds. 
All Fire Works warranted good on leaving our premises. Merchants purchasing are permitted any reMonab\e 
trial of Fire Works to øatillfy themselves that they are as recommended. All g
s carefully packed and l'efIt 
to any part of the city free of charge. Paoking cases charged acoordlnA' to the 811.8. 
Orders adllrflssed tn J. S, Morris, or Che.rlel! Moms, pyrotechnIsts, Buffalo, N.Y.. will 00 perøonø.l1y attended 
t.o and rarefully Bent to any pan of the United states or Canltda; but when sent we do not hold ollrøeiw,ð 
responsible for their l!Afety afulr leaving onr hands. 
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Pri?eB. . . I ImpurterH 311.1 )lnnufnctul'('I'S of 

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lIi8horl nt Prices which defy competition. vV ArrC HES JE"T_EI.JI.JI
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'IA(,LEA n. & ('0., Lau) Stationers, I . J . 
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October, 1857. I October, 1857. 


British and American Hardware, 
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Carpenters', Coopers', and other l\fechanics' Tools, Builders' Hardware, House JI'ul'uishin'" 
Goods, Cutlery, &c., at I1S low prices 3S any other House in the City. 
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DVERTI8EMENTS. 


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VICTORIA IRON 
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WOB,KS. 
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Fnmr THE BEST QUALITY OF 8CRAJ'S. ALSO, 
C..A. FI. FI..:I: .A. c:;.. E:; .A...:x. x.... EJ S, 
Patent, Half Patent, and Common, of the most approvetl Pa.tt{'rns. 
For sumples or further information npply to the undersigned. 
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OPPOSITE TI-IE GLOBE OFFICE. 
TORONTO. 


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ADVERTISEMENTS. 


89 


SAL 


PROVIN'CI.A.L 
MANDER FIRE PROOF 


SAFES 


SECURED BY 


HALL'S POWDER PROOF 


LOCKS, 


AND YALE'S 


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LOCKS. 


J. & J. TA YLOR, 
(LATE OF HERRIXG'S, NEW YORK,) 
PATENTEES AND SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF THE 
Provincial Salamander Fire and Burglar Proof Safes, 
... arranted free from dampness, and will resist Fire one-third longer than any Safe imported 
into Canada. 
 A large assortment at prices from $30 and upwards, always on hand. 

 N.R-Particular attention paid to orders. """tBa 
SALE ROOMS, 65 KINC ST. WEST, TORONTO. 
MANUFACTORY-PALACE STREET, EAST OF THE GAOL. 


:J? .A.. :Nr T EJ C :B: N'" E:: T :B: E:: C .A... 


T. HUTCHINSON, 


IMPORTER OF 


BRITISH AND FOREICN 


DRY GOO. Sit 


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UFACTURER OF AND DEALBR 0-. 


R.EAD Y -MADE CLOTIIIN G 


'YHOLESALE . AND RETAIL. 


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T IlE Puhlic mav relv upon finding at this Establish
nt the LARGEST and MOST 
CO)'IPLETEwSTOCK OF GOODS in the above line to be found in Toronto, and at 
unusually low prices. An inspection is solicited. The CUSTOl\-! TAILORING Depart- 
ment is under the superintendence of a first class Cutter. Parties leaving their orders 
may rely upon being suited. The Wholesale Department is entirely separ:.lte from the Retail. 
Country Merchants will consult their own interests by looking through this Stock before 
making their p\1rch
u!es elf\ewhere. Tailors supplied with Goods in their line on tbe moat 
advantageous terms-CLOTHS, CASSDIERES, VESTINGS, TRIl\DI1NGS, &c. 
11i1l"' Gentlem{ß'B Fl.lrnislLing Goods in great rc.riety. ""'Ø 
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90 


ADVERTISEMENTS. 


[1858 


BO

Im HQ)US
:..;, 
TORONTO, C.W. 
A. C. JOSLIN, PROPRIETOR. 


.... ....... .. 


TIllS HOUSE IS SITUATED IN THE UIl\IEDIATE VICINITY OF TIlE DEPOTS 
AND STEAMBOAT LANDINGS. 


P leE, I H F 0 U", I R Y 
 
58 YONGE STREET, TORONTO. 


JOHN MCGEE, 
IIUNUFACTURER OF 

fPlil
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A W'J 
AllfLt {ßfßAfßll
1

 
ALL KINDS OF MAC}II
ERY, CASTINGS AND FORGIKGS, 
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 
FOR BUILDINGS. 


COOKING, PARLOUR k BOX STOVES, 


FOR WOOD AND COAL, 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 
TIN, SHEET IRON, AND COPPER, 
, Kept on hand or made to order. 

 ALL ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY PROMPTLY FULFILLED. 


- - -- - 
- - ---- - 


LYMAN, BROTHERS & CO., 
KINC STREET, TORONTO, 
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS 
IMPORTERS OF , 
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, MEDICINES, PERFUrIIERY, &c., 
TT EEP constantly on hand a large Stock of Goods in their line of busines8 for the supply 
.l.
 of Druggists, Doctors, Merchants, and Pedlers. They deal largely in all kinds of 
Oi
St Pu.ints t BrasheSt Seeds
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Which they offer on the most liberal terms for Cash, or approved paper. 
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ADVERTISEMENTS. 


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ß.ohsdlcrst 
tationerst 
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AND BOOKBINDERS, 
52, KING STREET EAST, TORONTO. 




....., 


MISCELLANEOUS STATIONERY AND BLA
K ACCOUNT BOOKS OF EVERY 
DESCRIPTIO
-ALSO :\IANUFACTURED TO ORDER. 


BOOK & JOB PRINTING 


Y STEAM POWER. 


Municipal and Legal Blank Forms-all the kinds used in the Province. 
Orders promptly executed for all English and American New Books, Periodicals, and Newspaper!'. 
Orders made up for every Mail. 


PUBLISHERS OF THE 
"Daily Colonist." Tri-Weekly or "British Colonist," and" News of the Week!' 
TERMS PER ANNUl\!: 
DAILY COLONIST... ..... ......... $6 00. I 'VEEKLY....... ..... .................. $1.50. 
TRI-WE EKLY...................... $2.50. Do. in Clubs of Five........ $5.00. 
ANGUS D. MACDONELL, 
STO
K, PRODil
E, & mONEY BROKER, 
LAND, INSURANCE, AND GENERAL AGENT. 


Every Description of Stock and Real Property Bought and Sold on Commission. 
GOVERNMENT DEBENTURES, BONDS, 
}'lortfJuges, },!unicipul Debentures, and other Securities negotiated. 


:aE].A.CC>
 
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANUE UOJIP!Nf, OF LONDON. 
Incorporated under Act of imperial Parliament, 7 
 8 Vie., Chap. 1. 
HEAD OFFICE, KINGSTON, C.W. 
DIRECTORS: 
M. W. STRANGE, Esq., Chairman. I TH"s. A. CORBETT, Esq., Drputy Chairman. 
JAMES MORTON, Esq., JOHN MOWAT, Esq., JAMES HARTY, Esq, 
A. J. MACDONELL, Esq., LEWIS WALBRIDGE, Esq. 
TORONTO BOARD: 
The IIon, JOH-S" A. MACDONALD, G. W. ALLEN, Esq., TRos. CLARKSOIl, Esq. 


Tl1is Company In!!Ul'efõ all descrlpUon8 of Bllildil1!lS, lolamifacWri.r.ç, lolills, cf1:., and Coods or Furniture in the 1\IlD18. 
II.goJnst 10!<R or daJnaj!;8 by fire, on liberal terms. All dCfõcriptions of Life Risks taken at 88 low mtea as are colll;l
t.ent 
wiUl 8pcurity to the II.8Bur
d. Lo8l'e8 promptly 8ettled without refdrence to .England, 
ANCUS D. MACDONELL, 
.AGE
T AT TORONTO. 
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COPYIN G AND SEAL PRESS MANUFAC TURER. 
JOHN ELLIS, ..# 
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Pl\.T'rON E'l C()., S.G. PATTON & CO., 
49 King Street East, KING STREET, 
TOR 0 N '-1' O. HAMILTON. 


IMPORTERS OF 


GHIN' I gjLÞ\SS J AND EARTHE(
Y ARE. 
FROM THEIR EXTEXSIVE AND VARIED ASSORT
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OFFER PECULIAR INDUCE
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\, WHO L E S ALE &, R ETA I L C U S TOM E R S. 
[388] 



1838. ] 


ADVERTISEMENTS. 


93 


T. W. LAWFORD, 
SUormu, nuh 
,Qlidt.C'r in <!0ùnnrtrn, 
CONVEYANCER, NOTARY PUBLIC, 


THE 


mITabcrIcQ 
lRga2inf. 


T HE LARGEST. CHEAPEST. and BEST LIBRARY 
l';ommüsÙmer for taking A.{liflaÛts in Upp r Canad!t for WEEKLY PAPlm, PCULISII 1m n '1'[11': STA1'ES.- 
liSP- in Lmcer Canada, 
f06PS A. Dow, Editor æiHl Prt>priclor, /t..iY' Tl1
ro ill DC 
I Wc"kly !'appr puhJi
lle(
 that ::ivps so Iarp;'! an Bmnunt ot 
Stock & Share Broker, House, Land & Gen'I Agent, what the read".' like!'. a
 thc W A YJmLE \'" MAGAZINJ.:. 
pnblish
d in Boston. Mas!!.. Joy :\1()Sr
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tents embmcesall thllt iSIr"od, uncI nothing tbat cannot I... 
re<td at. th.. tamil v fir
sille :-Ori;::inal Tall'
, of a morai 
charactRr: 
Iusi(' in every nnrnner: ßiogrnphy. History. 
Agent t{) tho Life Associ:ttion of Scotland; also to the .Poetry. amI I!. grcat varipty of misl'í'lIanPl)w' r,'at1io:!. No 
TiJ::l.ps I\nd Beacon Fire Assurance l--:Omp:lllY. ad\'ertisHment
, Evcry one who pl\)S for a year b entitlt:d 
.{t:iJ Accounts promptly collected. to one Ch:lllL'O in 25. to get a prt'lIlium of $10. TF.R
18, $:! a 
y{>'\r. or $1 for six months. in a,Ï\an!'e. 1'lIh!idwrl w{'t'kl.v. 
A new volume begins eVPQ' Jaau:lry and Jul
' of cal'h ycn. 
To !;ub<;cribcrs in Canada. the pn!;tH
e will 00 pllid to Lhe 
Linl's. If$2 i
 paid for a Y{>lIr'" Rul)8criptinn. No ad..erti..". 
ments lire arlmittpd into it<; columns, Anyone can l'end $1. 
and try it fùr six munths. It is always stopped whl'lo;. thl' 
time paid for is out. 


LONDO

 


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REFEi:.EYCES: 
lIon. ({ca. .Jervis Goodhue. L C.; Hon. .Jno. A. :\lacdon
ld. 
o\ttorney-General; II. C It. nt>,'her, Esq., Q. C.; Lawr{>nce 
I.awrason, E
'l.; George 
Iac\)eth, Esq., 
I. P. P.; John 
Wilson, Esq., ?II, P. P. & Q. C, 


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Instruments Rcpah'c(l on the Shol'test Notice. 
[389] 



94 


ADVERTISE:\IENTS. 


[1858. 


THE 


LEADER 


IS PUBLISHED TWICE A DAY, 


BY JAMES BEATY, 
PROPRIETOR, 
At No. 120 KI NG STREET, East of the Market. 
l' H E f-3 E lVI I - 'V E E K L Y , 
Or UNITED EMPIRE Edition, 
ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. 


T::a:E 


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THE PATRIOT, 
('V cekly), also on 'VEDNESDAY. 


TER
S : 
:MOR
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G DAILY EDITION, at FIVE DOJ...LARS a year in advance, other- 
wise Six Dollars. 
EVENI
G EDITION same terms. 
'l'he SE}I1- 'VEEKL Y, or UNITED E)IPIRE Edition, at THREtJ DOLLARS 
a year in advance; when not so paid, Three and a Half Dollars, 
The 'VEEKLY LE
\])ER, at ONE DOLLAR :I. year strictly in advance, or Two 
Dollars if not paid in advance. 
The 'VEEKL Y P .ATRIOT at the same rate, ONI
 DOLL
\.R per annum, or Two 
Dollars if not paid in advance. 


Su Lscriptions to the above papers will not be di8continued till all arrears are pa.id anù 
ordered to be stopped, unless at the option of the Proprietor. The subscription will run 
on, and be payable, wheJher taken from the Post Office or not, till the amount due be paid 
np. Money ca.n be safely tra,nsmitted through the Post Office, and when enclosed in a. 
letter" Registered," post-paid, and pla.ced in the hands of any Postma.ster, it will be at 
the risk of the Publisher. Such letters. containin
 money for subscriptions or advertise- 
ments, should be addressed" J A11ES BEATY," "Lea.der," or " P,
triot" Office, Toronto, 
as the case may be. 
AU receipt:;; for moneys will be signed by "ROBERT BEATY," no person out of the 
office having authority to give receipts. 


TO ADVERTISERS. 


Advertisements will be inserted in these pa.pers at low rates; the present large circuh
- 
tion, (which has doubled in the last f.mrteen munths, and is every week greatly increasing), 
renders the Leader one of the llest mediums in Canadt
 for notices of any kind. 
The 
Hh'ertiser must 
ive instructions as to the number of insertion8, or the advertise- 
ment will be inserted till a written order is given to stop, :Iud will be charged till the ordl'r 
is received. 


[3UO] 



18u8.] 


ADVERTISE
IE
TS. 


95 


HOUSE 
SAMUEL HEAKES, 
iRi
OlfiB or- Dli GOOD

 
40 KING STREET EAST, 
TC>:Ft.C>:t\JTC> . 


OF 


ALL 


NATIONS. 


... - .. 



 Oppoøite Toronto St., near the Post Office, 


SRA W LS AN D CLOAKS, BOSNETS A
D MILLINERY. 

 EVERY READER 
 


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W ILL plea.qe notice the anne-,::ed advertisement de!'cripfive of MR. 
SEARS' PICTORIAL FAMILY BIBLE, and send for the l'rinwd CatlÙ.ogue 
of all our IlIustmted Works. 
U'- To the uninitiated in the great art of Selling Books, we would 
say, that we pre"ent a scheme for money making, far better than all the 
Gold JlIines of California and Au!'tralia. 
Any person wishing to embark in the enterprise, will risk little by 
sending to the Publisher 
25. for which he will receive sample copies {)f 
the various works, (at wholesale prices,) carefully boxed, in"tued and 
directed, affordin
 a ,'ery liberal per centage to the agent for his trouble. 
With these he will soon be able to ascertain the most "slesbl!', and order 
accordingly. Address (püst-psid) ROBERT SEARS. Publisher. 
181 William Street, riew York, 


TO PERSONS OUT OF EMPLOYMENT. 
An Elegant Gift for a Father to present to his Family. 
U'- Send for One Copy, and try it among your Friends. 
W ANl'ED-A!!ents in ewry section of Canada to circulate SEARS' 
LARGE TYPE QUARTO DIBLE, for Family Use-Entitled 


THE PEOPLE'S PICTORIAL DOMESTIC BIBLE, 
With about One Thousand Engravings! I 
This U!;eful book Is destined, If we can form an opinion from the N oticell 
of the Pre"s, to have an unprecedented circulation in every section of our 
wide sprud continent, and to form a distinct era it..! thO' "'-'lIe of our w{)rkll. 
. __: V- 
. " It will, no doubt, in a few years become TilE }'.,MILY BIBLE OF TIlE 
CANADIAN PEOPLE. 
Jßr- The most liberal remuneration will be allowed to all persons who ml\Y be pleased to procure subscribers to 
the above. From 50 to 100 CûI,ies may ('Wily be circulated and "old in each of the principal cities and towns of Canada 
lXii"" IT WILL BE sOLD BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLY. AppliclI.tion IIhould be made at once, as the field will soon be occupied. 
... PerllC)lls wishing to act as agcntR, and do a "are business, can "end for a specimen copy. 
 On receipt ()I 
the establi!<hed price, Six Dollars, the PICTORIAL }I'A
nLY BIBLE, with a well bound Subscription Book, willl:e 
carefully boxed. and forwarded per express, at our riEk and expense, to any centrlÙ. town or village in Canada. 

 Register your Lett.ers, and your money will come safe. . 

 In addition to the Pictorial Bible. we publish a large number of Illustrated FamIly Works. very ]1opular, and 
of such a higbly moral and unexceptionable character, that while good men may E'afely engage in their circtùation, 
they will confer a PUBUC BE:>iEFIT, and receive a }'AIR COMPEN8ATION for their labour. 
..... Orders respectfully solicited, }I'or further particulars addr!'"s the subscriær (post-paid). 
ROBERT SEAltS, 181 William Street, New York. 
Jrif" "PRESENTATION OF SEARS' PICTORIAL WORKS TO THE QUEEN OF ENGLAND."- 
An elep;ant. Plat.. which we will supply to Agents at $3 per hundred. Send for a tèw copies. 


SIMPSON a ÐUNSPAUGB
 
No. 35 KING ST. EAST, TORONTO, 
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



rug5t 
lCbidnc5t {[:ficmintISt 
PAINTS, OILS.. DYE-STUFFS., 
Colors, Varnishes, Brushes, Spirits Turpentine, Patent Dryer, Zinc Paints, 
Artists'Materials, Essences, 
PATENT :MEDICINES, FANCY GOODS, PERFUMERY, &c., &c., &c. 
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A nVER TISEMENTS. 


[1858. 



IACLEAR & CO., 


16 KING STREET EAST, 
TOR/ONTO, 


In issuing the CANADIAN ALMANAC for the Eleventh Year, would avail 
themselves of its pages to thank their friends for the Ion 
 share of patronage 
they have received. They are happy to state that they are now in a position 
to execute orders in every department of their Establif:!hment in a stylc 
which cannot be surpassed; they have introduced the latest improvements 
in Machinery, have employed the best VI orkmen, and are confident of giving 
entire satisfaction to all who may favour them with their commands. 
They would especiaBy invite attention to their facilities for executing 


LITHOCRAPHIC WORK, 


As Bankers' Cheques, Debentures, Plans, Invoices, &c.; the excellence of 
this style of Work, combined with it
 cheapness, has caused a considerably 
increased demand, to meet this l\L & Co. have added largely to their plant, 
and can now execute orders to any extent at the shortest notice. 
The Act of last Session requiring all Accounts to be rendered to the 
Government in Dollars and Cents, having been followed by a resolution on 
the part of the Banks to adopt the same system, will doubtless cause a large 
demand for that style of Blank Books. 1'tI. & Co. have, in view of this, 
prepared a large Stock of Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books, Day Books, &c., 
to which they respectfully invite attention. They are made of superior 
English Paper, bound in the most substantial manner, in all the usual styles. 


THE PRINTINC OFFICE 


Is thoroughly co...nplete and efficient, and can fill all orders-large or small- 
with rapidity and economy. 
Increased attention is being given to the 


BOOK TRADE, 
The STANDARD 'YORKS, English and American, are kept constantly on 
hand, and every new 'V ork of interest added immediately upon publication. 
M. & Co. have also a large 
tock of SCnOOL BOOKS, of THEOLOGICAL, . 
SCIENTIFI
, and :i\IEDICAL 'VORKS; 
BIBLES. CHURCH SERVICES. PRAYERS. HYMN BOOKS. &c.. &c. 

 The English Papers by every JJlail, and English lJIagazincs, 1:rew 
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without delay to see the well-known and justly-celebrated INDIAN HERD DOCTOR, 


Listen to the Voice of 1'ruth and Reason, 
and be profited by it. 


F. TUMBLETY, 


Who, after trayersing the United States and Canada, has concluded to make Toronto, C.'V., 
his Home for the future, where he will administer those only true and safe Medicines from 
Nature's garden, which has for its author the great and All-wise Physician above. 
The followin
 Diseases can be cured by Dr. T. in the most obstinate stages of their 
existence, viz.: Diseases of the Lungs, Heart, Liver and Throat. Also, D.vspepsia, Dropsy, 
and all diseases of the blood, such as Scrofula, Erysipelas, Salt-Rheum, Fever, Sores, and 
all other Chronic compla.ints of years' standing. 
P. S.-The Doctor will also give pa.rticular attention to all diseases peculiar to Fcmales 
and Chilùren. The poor will be liberally considered. 
Offic
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N.B.-Persons rC:õiding nt a distance wishing to conf,ult the Dr. can do so by letter, post-paid, 
enclosing One Dollar as counselling fee. All letters of this nattire will receive immediate attention 
Letters should be directed in a. plain, bold hand to 
The Indian Herb Doctor, F. TUMBLETY, Toronto, Canada West. 
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AFFLICTIO:NS INCIDENT TO THE HUMAN FAMILY, 
lIas now been before the Public about TWELVE YEARS, and bas found its way into almost 
every corner of the WORLD; and wherever it has been use'} the same opinion is expressed of 
its real medicinal properties. Its almost instantaneous effect in relieving Pain is truly wonderful. 
It is used as an internal and external remedy, and when used accorJing to dÌ1'ections is true 
to its name, a 


PAIN 


KILLER. 


It is almost infallible in the cure of SUDDEY COLDS, COUGHS, FEVER A
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ASTH)IA, PAIN in the HEAD and BACK, RHEUMATIC CO
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SORES, SEVERE BURYS, CANKER in the :Mouth, &c. &c. 
It is in truth a FAMILY MEDICINE, and should be kept in every family for immediate use. 
Oftentimes long periods of suffering are saved by the timely application of this Friend to tht 
A.tflicted, the PAIN KILLE R. 
We could bring tbousands of certificates which would corroborate our statements, many of 
which are found in the Peoples' Pamphlet, a copy of which is given with every Bottle. 
It has been used in severe cases of the CHOLERA, anù never has failed in a single case 
where it was thorouJhly applied on the first appearance of the symptoms. 
In any attack where prompt action upon the system is r{;quired, the PAIN KILLER is invaluable. 
Get a copy of the 
J?E: C> ::I?Þ:L.E]' S :J? A.1\Æ::J?
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wbich can be obtained from any of Our Agents, and read the facts stated, every one of which 
CRn be certified to by addressing the parties. 


BEWARE OF IMITATIONS AND COUNTERFEITS. 


1i@"'" THIS MEDICINE SHOULD BE KEPT IN EVERY COUNTRY STORE, 
AND USED BY EVERY FAMILY. 
 


The g('llUille PAIN KILLER is sold by all the principal Rctail Dru[][!i...;t.ç, GroceI'!, 
and 1I1cdicine Dealers generally. 
PRICES :-12! cents-50 cents-and $1 per Bottle. 
PERRY DAVIS & SO
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No. 74 HIGH STREET, PROVIDENCE. R. I., U. S. A. 


"\VHOLESA LE AG ENTS. 
JOSEPH BOWLES. .......... ......... ...... Quebec. LYlIrAN, BROTHERS & Co. ............ T,Jro'fllo. 
LYMAN, SAVAGE & Co................. Montrwl. H. S. HUMPHREY & Co............... ßrockville. 
EDWIN IIEATHFlELD..................... London. ALLAN TURNER & Co.................. Do. 
.T. WnOER & Co. ......................... Hamilton. E. W. PALMER........................... Kingston. 
HAMILTON & MUIR............ ......,.. Do. TUTTLE, MOSES & NORTHROP....... .J.Vcwcastle. 
J. BICKLE & SON ............. ,..... .... Do. R. HOLDEN & Co....... ....... ......... Belleville. 
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Published by G. & C. MERRIAM, Springfield, Mass. 


From DANIEL WEBSTER. From President HOFKINS, Williams College. 
I pospeps many Dictionaries. and of mO!lt of the learncd There Is 110 American scholar who does not feel proud of 
and cultivated languages. ancient and modern; but I n(>ver the labors of Dr. " ebster. as the pioneer of Lexicography on 
feel that I am entirely armed and equipped, in thiB reøpect. this continent. and who will not readily ad,uit the great and 
without Dr. Webater at command. distinctive merill of his Dictionary. 


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ir. Web- 
UnIversIty. ster aa a learned Philolollist. By bis l
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and value, No student. a. it appean to UB. has acce.. to the an. d !1atlOnahty to Amencan hte.roture. .In .no reol'l'ct can h'B 
needful re
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ton!!1Je. who does not kecp this vast and rich repooitory of of EtymololfY - the .o!'ly part of a lexicon reqmrlnlll!ren.1 labor 
philulo
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Elect of Schools of OhIO an absol
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INSURANCE COMPANY. 


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Insurance and General Commercial Agent 
TO"RONTO, C. W. 
OFFICE-Toronto St., opposite the Registry Office. 


EsfaUisl1pd in 183f>. BmpnwerrillJ!1 SI'"cÙl1 Acts of 
Parliament. CapitJ.l. í.::,UOO,UUO Sterling. 


HEAD OFFICES, 
37 Ca8tle street. Liverpool; 2U and 21 ronlb'y, and 28 
RegtJnt Street, London; Corner of Phee D' Armcs and 

otre Dame Strel't. Montrcal. 
CANADA BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 
T. H. A:'>DERSU
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AT.EX. 
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The undersigned is prepared to eff"ct InsuranC'es on 
ßuildings and their contents, in the above fir8t.cla
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J';ngli
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those favors hithert.o 
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JA)I.E8 J<'RAS.ER, Accountant. .J.Yotflry, cC'C., 
"gent for Toronto. 
OFFICE-Toronto Street. oppol'it
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BUILDING SOCIETY. 


&taUidhcd January, 1856, un tlt
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DIRECTORS. 
.JOIlX' JHJTCIlISO
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.TORX' PATTOX. };sq., JA
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RICHARD YATES, Esq., GE,)UGE,o\., PYPER. }'sq., 
.JAMES .E. Jo:LLIS, .ElK!., AU;X. IlENDERSOX, .ESC!. 


Shares, EGO each; Half Shares, E30 each. 
?tIOXTIH.Y IXSTAL'IK\J'I.'
, í.l per Share. 
MONTHLY }IAXAGE:\rEXT F.Et:, 9d. per Share. 
T IIIS goriety, being now in fulll\Tld hpa1thy operation. 
the Din'cfurs would caB 
\!(><'Ïalattenti"n to the ohject., 
thereof. and the indo ucc:ment;; held úut to parties seeking a 
safe and remuneratIve Investment. 
rrospcctuses and ewry information may bc' had on 
application to the undersigned, 
JAMES FRAS:-;R, 
S, crew.ry and Inasurer, 
Ol'FlCE-Toronto Street, opposite the J:egi8try Office. 
K.R-:\Ioney received on depo
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the rate of 6 per cen t. per annum will be allowed. 


BRIT .A.NNI.A. 
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. 


CAPITAL, :U,OOO,UOO S'FERLIN"G. 
With a large accumulation from Profits. 
T HIS Company has been d,.inl! busiOl's8 in Canada for 
upwards of 15 years. and the 8ubFcriber would l'espcc," 
fully call public attpntion to tllP nnny al!vantao.:es held out. 
:l<"u11 particulars in l'rospactu8es, which can be had on 
application. 
JA
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A!!ent fur Toro
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t;'.-' .:1':\ REVOLVER AND OTHER PISTOLS, 
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. Sporting Implements, Ammuuition, <Í'c. ((.c. 
A full and complete Assortment alwaYH on hand, or mad-e 
to order on the :;horte<:t notice. Aholo, n. varied Assortment 
of raw materials for Gunsmiths, such as Barrels, Stocks, 
Locks, &c. 
TJtir No. 85 Yonge Street, Toronto, C.W. 
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BENJAMIN WINSTONE, 
MANUFACTURER OF 
PRINTI.NG INKS, 
100 SHOE LANE, LONDON, E.C., ENGLAND. 


..lJ.L ORDERS, SEXT THROUGH A LOXDO
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T, P}W:\II'TLY .\TTEXDED TO. 


LETTER-PRESS. 


ßL."-CIi: INIi:S. 
Common, for Posters................................. 12s. per doz, 
News or Machille........,... l;)
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Quick Dryiug, for Posters... ...... .................. 108. " 


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Lemon. and Urang....,.... 4s., 51'.. 6s., and is. Gd, per lb. 
Ditto, for l'rintin
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Ultramarine, for 
nl.111 T}pe........................ 5s. " 
Pink .................. ......... ...... ...... .... ... ........, I(\s. " 
Lilac......... ......... ..' ...... ... ........ ........' ...... 7 s. tjd. 
Lal;:e.............., .. ......... ......... IDs., 21s., and 30s. 
Preparation fOl' Gold l'Iiuting....................... 5s. " 
Ditto, for Leaf 
Ietal ditto ........... ............... 35. " 
Ditto, Ultramarine lllul' ditto.....,......,.........., 5s. 
Ditto, Emerald Grepn do.............................. 5s, " 
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Gold Size. made e'lpressly for Printers...,..... l
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Prepared Oil, for 10we\"Ìn
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BRO:SZE BLUE. FOR 'I'AßLETS, &0...................... 1\8. 
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Strong .............'.....................,.............. is. ûd. 


nIPOR TERS OF FRAXIi:FOn. T BLACIi:. 


No. 1....................................... id. per lb. 50s. per c:wt. 
No.2,.................................... IOd, 84M. 
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He-transfer Ink from Plate to Stone............. 128. ßLACli:. 
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,..,..mera .reen ditto........................... 5s." Rc.tracing Paper, lted or m.lCk,................... 10s. " 
Trausfer and Tran"f<'r Tracing PaperB of all 
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ADVERTISEMENTS. 


DR. HOO.FLAN1)'
 
CELEBRATED CERMAN BITTERt 
PREPARED BY DR. C. :M. J.-\.CKj30N, PHIL.\.DELPHIA, PA., 
W ILL E'ffectually cure LIVER CO:\lPLAI1\T. D1S. by the timely use of one or two bottles. t11E'Y will not h 
P.EPSIA, .T .\UXHICE, Chronic or Nervous Dehilit), one instance talie the diseased. as the Bittters will renov.. t , 
Diseases of the KhlneYH, and all Diseases arising from a and strengthen the I<ystem, and carry the nile off in 
disordered Livcr or Stomach. natural channel. Prevention is better tlun C1J1'1', 
Such, They are entb'ely Vegetable, 
as CoustJpa. And F, f; .Al h 1 . <' t o la t d 11 '" . 
tion, Iuward Piles, . / ree rom co 1i.IC.." 1111U n, an a 
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Fulness or Blood to the dll'!!'s; a
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Head, Ac.idity of the Stomach, ratIOn, will expel 
ll morbid secretIons from tl!e body, giV. 
Nausea. IIeartLJUrn, Di
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Fulnes!"or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Erne- frame. 1 nee, /5 cents per bottle. 
t:1tiOIl!", SillkÏ1Jg or Flutterin
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Stom:wh, 
willlll1ing of the Head, Hurried and 
Difficult Breathing, }'lutterlng at the Heart, Choking 
or Sufli)C8till
 8enB.ilions wh('n in a lying posture, Dimness 
of Vision, Dots of Webs before the Sight, f'over and 
Dull l'aiu in the IIead, Deficiency of Per- 
sI>iration, Yellowness of the Skin and 
.E) eo;, Paill in the Sid", Baek, Chest, 
Limbs. &c.. Sudden Flushes of 
IIcut, Burning in the Flesh, 
Conl'tant Imaginings 

f Evil. and Great 
Ðepression of 
Spirits, 
The proprlE'tor, in calling the attention of the public to 
this preparatiun, does so with a feeling ofthe utmost confi- 
dence in its virtnesand adaptation to the diseases fur which 
it Is recommended. 
It i
 no new and untried article, but one thnt has stood 
the test of a ten yeari<' trial before the Am('rirun people, and 
its reputation and sale is unrivalled by any similar prepa- 
rations extant. The testimony in ita favour given by the 
most. prominent and well-known Physicians and Individuals 
in aU pal.t:; úf the country is immense, and a careful peru
al 
of th" Almanac l)ublil<hed annually by the proprietor, and 
to bl' had grati;; of any of hl
 Agents, cannot but satisfy the 
most s(,E'ptfcal that this remedy is really deserving the great 
celebrity it has obtained. 
Dcran;;cments oC the Liver an(l Stolnach, 
Are sourceS of insl1nity. .From disorder or obstruction. a 
morbid action of the sympathetic and other nerves follows, 
and th3 functions of the Lrain are impaired and deranged; 
derangement there \\iIl also produce diseases of the /tearl, 
s1.in, lungs and 1. wneys. It i
 owing to the same caU!!e that 
thousands diell with C!tol.era, Bilious ar léllQW Jiher, and 
that most baneful disease, Omsumption. 
The general want of SI1CCl'SS In treating diseases of the 
liver and stomach, has not been a deficiency of pathological 
knowledf'e of their functions, but of a suitable compound 
that would act upon the disease and all the sympathetic 
a11ections. ThÜ. has been gaincd in these Bitters; and they 
can be used by pe
ons wit.h the most delicate stomach with 
perfect safety, as they at no time debilitate the patient, but 
give strl'ngth and increase the neM"OUS ene-gy. They can 
be taken at all timl's, and under all circumstances. No 
ordinary eJo.posure will prevent them ha\ing a salutary 
effect, and no bad effect can result from an over-dose. 
If patients" ill pt'rseverl' in the use of this remE'dy, and 
use it I<trictly according to directions, It will cllre the fore- 
going; diseasi!s in every instance, if not beyond the power of 
medicine; it has c.aused many to enjoy the blesbing of re- 
newed he'1lth, aDd in many desperate and abandoned cases 
a. perfect and radical cure. 
Persons advanced in Lif'e, 
And feeling the hand of Time weighing hel\\'ily upon thC'm, 
with all its at:l'ndant ills, will find in the useof the Bitters 
an Elixir that \\ ill instil new life into their veins; restore, 
in a measure, the energy and ardor of more youthful days; 
build up thE'ir shrunlien frames, and give health and hap- 
piness to their remaÏ1'ing years. Yerytruly, yonrs, 
It is a weU'e"t.abli8bed fact, that fully one-half of the CIIAS. D. JnIERSON. 
female portion of our population are seldom in the enjo
- To Dr. C. ?il. .Jackson, 
ment of good health. or, to ulie their own expressIon." never 
feel well;" they are hnguid, devoid of all energy, extremE'Iy wnOLEB.\LE AGENTS. 
nervous. and have no appetite. To this class of invalids, LY:\IAN, nno's & CO................................. T.>ronto. 
these Bitters are e_<pecialfy recommended. 'l'heir peculiar LYMAN, SA V AUE & CO............................. j,/olltreal. 
tonic and invigorating properties render tllem invaluable .T. MU
SON & CO....................................... QII
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in such cases. WI:\"lm, MOORE & CO............................... Hallu7ú,""" 
Persons vbiting districts harrassed annually with Fever E. W. P A 1.:\1 ER... ............ ....,..... ......... ...... KingllWn. 
and A(;1Ie, or any }'ever of a Bilious nature, will find that B. A. MITCHELL .................................... Londcn. 
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READ THE TESTIMONY. 


ASTONISiII
G CURE WITII OXLY ONE BO'l'rL.B. 


Jos, n. Hall & Co. say: 
Presque Isle, Aroostooke Co., Me., April :H, 1854. 
"', e herewith I!end you a certificate of a curl' performe 
by the use of ooly nne bottle of" the German Bittl'r,,; 
 e thin 
Mr. Cll\rli to be a man of veracity,andha\'e no doubt oftL 
truth of his story." 
lIIessrs. .Jos, B. naIl &; Co.-Gentlemen-In answer f 
your inquiries, I "ill state that my daughter, aged abm. 
16 years, hn8 been complaining of 1\ pain in her side for si 
or seven years, and about the 1st of January last. was take 
down and confined to her bed The pain in h('r side WI' 
very severe, bed,les being troubled ",ith pains between h. 
shouillers aud in her Lreast. }'rom reading a number 
cures perfurllIt'd by" lIoofland's German Bitters," I WI 
induced to tr) it in hE'r case. and sent to your store aI' 
purchased one boUle. 8hc hnd taken it but a fl'w days whe 
she began to improve, and now after taking nne bottle, sh 
is enjn)ing better health than she has for year:<. 
hefeeJ 
no pain in her side orin any part of her body, anu attribut< 
her cure entirely to the German Bitters. WH. CLARKE. 

almon Brook, Aroostook Co., Me. 


IS NOT THE FOLLOWING CO:N'CL USIVE t 


HAVERHILT., Ma!"s.. }'eb. 7, 185i. 
Dr, C, M, Ja;.;1.:son.-Dear Sir-We her
with enclu;e yO 
a certificate, from our IIIr. ED1l'rSon. in favour of)our vitI I 
able Bitters, which you are at IilJerty to use /IIi you deel 
expedient. It is the first certificate for 1\ similar purpo.. 
that has ewr becn issued from this estnLli"hlllent, but i 
the presl'nt case, \\e nl'(' prompted by duty. 
Truly yours, 
mIETISON & nOWR. 


CERTIFICATE OF CHARLES E. EMERSON. 


HAVERHILL, 1IIass., Feb. 7, 185i. 
Dear Sil'.-Permit me the pleasure of stating to you th 
p:ratific.ation I have in vending, and the univer"al favom 
HO^fland's (frrman Bitten meet with, by nearly l'very pe' 
son, who has llRd o<'Cftsion to test their virtue" ill this vi,.jn 
ty. This EstaLli"hment hat! had the Agency of your med 
cine since 1853, and I can safely 8I\Y, there has Leen n 
remedy placed before the public, within the sCf\pe of m 
knowledge, that has met so much gf'neral favour, and I! 
worthily a.<! the German Bitters. I have no heRitation i 
recommending th('m to our customers, sufferin
 ,.,ith dÜ 
eases for which they are appropriate. feeling contidentfroI 
Pll"t expl'rienc'e that they will do all, aTIlI I"N'n 1lwrl', tha 
is promi"l'd oftlll'm. 1n DyspE'psia and LÏ\er Cf\l11plaint 
d
IY an equal. 1'0 Druggi
ts I can recol11ll1l'nd them as 
"afe inveBtment, and to the puLlic as a truly worthy reID4 
dy. 



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T HIS Association, founded in 1838, has twice received the approval and sanction 
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further empowered by a special Act of Parliament. }'or some years the average number 
of new entrants has exceeded ONE THOUSAND per annum, being a rate of increase 
which has been rarely attained by any Life Office. During last year, ending April, 1857, 
U58 person:'! joined the institution, assaring their lives for Æ582,OOO Sterling. 
The Policy holders are entirely free from the risks of partnership, and the Sums 
Assured are guaranteed. In adùition to the large accumulated and constantly increasing 
Funds, and the .Annual Income of ÆI25,OOO, Sterlinf!', there is a Guarantee Fund or 
Capital of Æ400,OOO, Sterling, the Subscribers to which bear the whole responsibility. 
The ASSOCIATION was constituted with the view of reducing the expense of Life 
Assurance to the lowest scale consistent with security, and has been eminently successful 
in attaining that object-principally by the simple, safe and equitable system of dividing 
the surplus or profits. A share of the profit is annually allocated to each Policy holder 
of five years' standing, and is handed to him in money on the payment of his next 
Annuall}rerniulll. A large reduction of the Premium is thereby effected. Accordingly, 
Policy-holders of the first series, in consecJuence of their participating in profits, are at 
present rC(luircù to pay only 138. per 
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allocated profits in every year since 1845. 


BOARDS OF MANAGEMENT are now (Sept. 1857) being formed at l'rIONTREAL 
and TORONTO, with AGENCIES in most of the Towns throughout Canada. 
JOHN FRASER, 1\IANAGER. 


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FIXED AND MOVEABLE FESTIVALS AND ANNIVEhIlARIES. 
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Explanation of tbe Articles in the Calt'nda". 
These pages are calculated for '.roronto and Quebec, and for ordinarF purposes will serve with sufficient accuracy for 
".ery city ill Canada. . 
MOON'S PH.\SES.-This Table gives the times for the two meridians when the mr)Qn pa
ses the 
e()('ent.ric lon
it.ude8 
CÞf 0 0 , 90 0 , 1800 and 2iO o east of the sun, It gives also the times of her gr..ate!;t and least distance from the earth. 
TWILIGHT.-In this table are given the tilDes at which twilight begins in the morning and end.
 in the even in" i. e. 
the tiille!! when the sun's centre is 1I!0 below the horizon. "" , 
GREATEST ELONGATION OF THE POLE STAR.-This column gives the p:reat.est azimnth of the Pole Star eal't or wel't from 
dIe mpridiBn as observed at a plal'e in latitude 45 0 . 'Vhen the greatest elon
ati(ln ('orre"pondin
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+ 25 + 2
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DI'grees of Latitude................. I 42 43 I 44 
1st C
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2nd Correction for each minute I " " I 
of latitude........................... + 1.9 I + 2.U + 2'í , + 2.2 


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01' add.,d to it, according as the degrees of latitude are less or grea.ter than 4;;0. 
The 2nd correction, which i8 always additive, is found by multiplying the number given in the third line of the 
cable by the number of minute8 in the latitude. 
Thus for latitude 43 0 2<Y...lFt correction = - 4' 5" 2nd correction + 2.0 X 20 = + 40" 
" .. 4jO 4<Y... " " + 4'32" " .. + 2.5 X 4u = l' 411" 
45 0 1<Y... " + 0' u" + 2.2 X 10 = 0' 2'
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THE PLAYETS,-'l.'he times of ri"in
 and !!t'tting of the fivt' cbief planetR are CllII'Uhlted for Toronto. IInd are COITPcÌRd 
{or refraction. The times of culmination, althoul!;h computPd for the meridian uf Toronto. will serve arro,'oxlmnto>lv !ill' 
5he whole of Canada. The meri,lian zenith distances, 
in
 desil!JJed mt'rply to aid in findiug the planet8, have 'betJn 
given only to the nearest tenth of a degree, as seen from the latitude of Turonto. 
When the planetary day is IIhorter than the mean solar day. and commences soon aftA'r th" midni
ht of the 
Jm'<-eding day, the planet willsomet,imes arrive a st'cond time on the meridian btJIÏJre the expiration of t h.. RI.t ulIl I.hil 
day. "'rom analogous causes a planet will sometimes ri
e twi('e or set twice in the 8 line civil day. When two culmiua- 
g,IUS occur in the same day, or two ril'iugs or settings, I.he times of both are regis.tered. 
The times of the Su:!;'S RISING AND SETTING are given for the upper limb, and are corrt!cted for refraction both for 
. Toronto and Quebec. 
The 
looY's RISING i8 given from full to change, and her setting from chan!!e to full, 
The MOON'S 
IERIDIAN ZENITH DISTANCES are given to the nearest tenth of a degree fOl' Toronto. They are not 
DOrrected for parallax or refraction. 
The colum.n SUN ON MERIDIAN gives the time that a watch should shew when the shadow ofa sun dbl is on the 
DOOn mark. 
DECLnATJOY OP TnE SUY AT ApPARENT 
ooN.-This cdlumn gives the sun's declination at the instant he passes tht' 
meridÏ.in nf Toronto. 
MOON'S AGE.-This column shews to the nearest tenth ofa day t.he Moon's 3ge at Toronto Noon. 
The column, :\IooN OY THE :\IERIDIAN. gives the mean time at which the moon's ('entre paR
es the meridian of Toronto, 
Th
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 for every ,bv the m"t\n tim
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transit acro
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the rtJIIt of the year. 
The five last columns, althou
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The tilDe at which the lower transit of the Pole star OL'CUrs may be found by adding 11 h. 58 00.28. to the time of its 
preooding upper transit. . 
From the time of the upper tranl'it of the pole star may be fount) the time of its greatest westeru or ew;tern elonga- 
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Latitude................................. I .f2 1 43 . 1 4'4 I i5 I .f6 I .Ij I 48 I 49 1 50 
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THE _C A N A D I A N A L 11 A N A U, I 


----
 


(wIden Number...... 
Epa.ct .................. 
Sol:i.r Cycle ............ 


The year 5ü20 of the 
The year Ui6 of the 


St. David ......,.. ...... 
A
h Wednesday...... 
St. l'at.rick ............ 
Llldy Day............... 

t. Geoq!;e. ............ 
Y,.STER SUNDAy...... 
Birth of Queen '\ïct.( 


These pages are cal. 
,,'W'ery city ill Canada. 
MQúN'S PH
SES.-TI 
of 00, 90 0 ,180 0 and 2j 
TWILlflHT.-Tn this 
the thncs when the SI 
GREATEST ELOYO
TI' 
!:he ml'ridio.n lIS obser 
ill I"equired. the numl 


DRgrees of Latitude.. 
LIt C'Jrrection for De
 
2nd Correction for ea 
of latitude............ 


The I st correrUon 1 
01' added to it, accord 
The :.Ind correction 
cable by the numlJer 
'rhus for latitnde 43' 
" ., 4; 
45' 
Tm: PLA!iET8.-1.'h
 
fOl" refraction. The t 
5he whole of Canada 
given only to the ne: 
When the planeta 
pn....:eding day, the pI 
dn.,. )<'rom analogov 
a.ms occur in the sa1 
The times of the S 
Toronto 8nd Quebec. 
The l\loo:s's RISIYO 
The 'looY'S }IERII 
ðOrrected for paralla: 
The column SUN 
aoon roark. 
DF.cLl'iATION OP TIJ 
merldhn of Toronto. 
Mooy's AGE.-Thif 
The colnmn, 
looN 
Th.. column. UPPE 
transit a
ross the 1111 
the refit of the year. 
The five last colun 
The time at which 
preoeding upper trm 
From the time of 
t1on. by addIng or s 


Latltnde ............... 


Onnlltant. ........ ...... 



1859.] 


THE CANADIAN ALMANAC. 


3 


From t-be tImes ..f the u ppt!r trll u"it of the 1'..le Star UlIIY ht! dt!rh"ed, WI\ h t be aid of the follow 10" tflt.J... I b.. I Unt!Il 01. 
.eulwination, and of the ri!>iug aud StJltiUg of the princival fixed stars that aþpt!1I.f above We Loruon or 'rCi (J1J to. 
Star Table. 
"To a
certain when any star found in the fonowing t..b)e will be on tbe merlltian. o.dd the nomber In the left,blmd 
column of tll!\irtjl' t.. th.. prt'l'
in/Z UlerlJi:tn trltlJI<iI n' the pt.)e sbu !(iv"u iu the cäl"Ulbtr. 1'n til..t th.. 11m" ..f I bing 
of II "tar. >'tJhlTllct th.. uuwbt-r uþþ,,!'ite h. it in Ilk- ..i:-obl'MUd ,'..luum .... tI/CUI.... .....\lll the tim.. vf 'I.. u,eridial1 þ""I<H/Z"" 
For IhtJ l'rtJÙ,y of a :5tar. wid Ih" 0lil111.. IIlo1-wber to tbe tlUltJ IIf ils meridian Jjltloll<ltg". Th".... "t..rt< ulltrJ..t"lI \......) N\vl\"-e 
in II circle ot perpetual apIJarltlon, IInd do not rise 01' 8et I/.t Toronto. or at p)IICtJ" to the north of 'l\.rvnlo. 


NAME OP STAB. 


I On Ri><e!' I' 
Heridi'n and &,tt;, 


NAME OF STAR. 


On r.lI'f!!l 
\1t.rldïIJ and Set!! 


h m 
a Andromedæ ......... 
....... ... 22 60 
"I 1)t'g:nsi (Algenib) ......... ...... 23 65 
" C!I"S:;iop
æ ...... ......... ......... 2,
 21 
ß f'eti ........,... ......... .... ,....... 23 25 
a Ur
n .\linoris (Polaris) .........1 
ß Anctls......... ..... ............... 0 40 
a Arictis...... ........................ 0 62 
: 
:
s
i ::: :::::. 
:::::::..:::::: ::::::1 
 4
 
a Ta.u'i (Al.Jebnrlln)............... 3 20 
a Aurigæ (C..peIlß) ...............1 3 68 
ß Ori'JlIj
 (Rigd) .................. 4 0 
ß Tllul"Ï ...................
.......... 1 4 9 
"Ó Orionis ..,........................ 4 17 
Æ Ol'jonis ........................... oj 21 
a Colulnbæ........................... 4 27 
a OI.jUl1i8 ........................... 4 40 
a Cnni8 \1'ljoris (Sirius) ......... 6 31 
E CIUlis MnjoriB..................... 5 45 
a
GellljIlOl. ,CastOl') ......... ...... 6 17 
a CllniB \linori
 (Procyon)..... 6 24 
ß Gf'winor (Pollux) .............. 6 28 
a Hydræ ......... ... ...... ............ 8]2 
a Lennis (H p
l1lug) ......... ...... 8 52 


7 Õ 
H If) 
5 27 
8 4 
6 6; 
óf>4 
3 18 
6 26 
4M 
:3 5H 
8 27 
6 20 
8 3 
6 28 
6 49 


h m 
8 3 
6 56 


-;:-;; 
"I' Ll'onìs.............................. 9 3 
a Ursæ l\1I1jorì8.................... U 41) 
P Leonis .............................. 10 sa 
Ii Corv] .........., ,........... ..... II ] R 
a Virginj
 (8pica) ......... ......... l2 \I 
1J Ursæ MII}lt'iK ......... ...... ....... 12 3:3 
a Hooth; (A rl.tu rus) .............. 1 a 0 
p Ur
æ Minoris ...... ...... ........ 13 42 
13 Li bl'æ ............................. 14 U 
a Cot'OIlæ Borealis......... ......... .4 1
 
u Serpenti.s...... ......... ..... ...... 14 28 
p' Scorpii .......................... '4 4H 
a SCllrpii (Atitl1.re
) ... ............ I;) II 
a I!el'culis ......... ..........., ..... 15 58 
,:i IJrnconis ........ .................. Iß ]7 
}' Draconis .............. ........... 16 43 
a 
't"æ (Vega) ............... ...... 17 
'l. 
a Aquilæ (A1tllir) n............... '8 27 
a CYlZni ..............................18 34 
a C
phei...........,......,..... .....!O Ó 
P Aquarii .......................,...!O 14 
a Aqullrii ...........................:!I) 48 
a PiB. Aus. (Fomalhaut) ........,:!I 89 
u PeJ!:llsi (Mi\rkn h) ... n. ......... .!1 47 


4 43 


7 21 
7 83 
6 12 


Tm 
7 22 


(j 69 
4 26 
6 19 


7 20 


5 25 
7 67 
t:i 24 
4 40 
4 7 
6 66 


9 ]7 
6 82 


10 4:3 
5 35 
õ6!) 
3 43 
6 55 


TAnLE, 
Sh
wing the lUuminated Fbrtion oftlv. Discs tif Vrnus and !/ars. 
The nnmoor!! I!"ÍvAD In thi!' tahle rept'Pspnt tbt'> width of the iIInrnlnllt.f'd portion of thA J)j<;('<; mAlumr..It alnn!? too 
ðhmlt.t..r Ihat divides thl:! illuwinat"d purtion ByDlm
trically-the aþþafeut dillweters of thl:! planet!! bdng cou"id"r
d 
a.
 Ullit.v. 


1,,:,9, "elllls. lIlars. 1&'i9. "enu". 
I arM. 
Jan uarv 1.5. o ':.!3'1 o '917 J ul.v. ...... 16. 0'113'1 1 .1'1)0 
}'ehruary 1-1. 0'4019 o 'W9 A uI!Ul<t.... lb. o '9i9 o '
M 
}Iar,'h ... lá. o '59! o '{l5R St>ptt'UlbtJr 1h. 0'998 o '(N1 
April.. ... 15. o 'ill 0'976 OdAlbtJr... 1 Ii. o '9

i o '9íO 

fay ...... 16. o '80
 o '9"R Nllv..",her 16. o '97S 0 9rI 
Jun........ Hi. o '8
O O'IMI D''''t'JII tM'r 1h. o '!'!ß I) 9.J1 


Ecll)J8ell. 
In the yeu 11\59 tbere will be foUl' EclIpse.. of the 
un. and two of the !t1oon. 
J.-.\ p'trrial EclipI'eofthe!'un. Fch,2. invlsihlein C',"OIda I IV.-A pftrtiOlI Eclipl'1I of the 
un. .July 29, Tis. In ('anrub 
n,-A t .tl\l t:clipl't' oftltl:! )1oon. Fet. 16-17. ,. 1>,j hi.. In .. V -A tAltal F.""p"e of thO' :\fuon. A nit. 13 'nvlsibl.. In .. 
III -A partial I<:c11p!oe or tbe 8an. lIIar. 4, Inv'"ible In " VI -0\ par1i41 Ecllpseofthe
un. Ang. ZT, luvl
lble in .. 


I.-PARTIAL E<'LIPBE oP THE ftU:!I, FEB. 2. 
This E<'!iplOØ wil1 00 "Islhle only In a 
",.I1 portion of (hI:! 
nutbern O('t'an. ahove the parallel of !at fjf,o S. 
, Magnitude of tlJe greatest phalltJ = 0012. the dlaUleter of thtJ 
uo bo-ing unIty. 


n.-T.ITAL ECLIPSE OP THE MOON, F
bruary 16-1i. 
The firl't conta<'t with the "bado\\' I'('('nr" at 121 0 from the J'lorthprnmo"t poir>t ofthA !t1""n'lI Umh toward" tbflE'lUIt: 
Magnitude of the Eclip!'e ('foon'" dlamt'ter =1) =1693. Dnrfttton of tofllll.ha..... Ih. :17m. nearly. 
Interval b"tween fir!!t and last coufllct IIf Moon ,,"'Ih Fh>tilll"". 3h :J:?m. 
Do. do. do. with Penumbra, 5h. 24m. 
[403] 



4 


TIlE CANADIAN ALrviANAC. 


[1859. 


The following Table shoWl' thp hour amI minute, civil local time, at which the different phases commence at certaIn 
øtatie>n!! on the morninl!: of Februuy 17th. 
PH\S
!I of THE J<:CLlPSE. I Hill/fax. QUt'hec. Mrmtreal. Kinpston. Torrmtn I Lowlnn. D,troif. 
}<' irst co:tact w i;;:- Pe num b
 = 1 
.- 
. -
- 
- - h
 m; - 
 :1. h 2 :i - 
 
5 - h:i 
 
 
}'if8t contact with Ib" 
hadow ........ 4 4
 4 12 4 2 3 50 8 39 I 3 31 3 2t 
Beqinni!!!! of tot'll Phll'II'J ...... ........ 5 40 5 9 5 0 4 018 4 37 4 2\1 4 2j 
1'he tprllliu!\tiun of tbt! different pbases will not be vLible at tile Stations named above, as the I\100n will at each of 
them set totally eclipsed. 
III.-PARTIAL ECLIPSE OF THE S1JN, March 4. 
Tltis }t
clip8e will be visible In p:t.rt.. of the North Pacific. Norllt-Weøt America, Siberia, and the Arctic ûc
aD. 
1!lagnltude of greatest phaøe =0'2,111 (Sun's dilimeter =1). 
IV,-PARTIAL ECLIPSE OF THE S\1N, .July 
. 
The Eclipse will be first !leen at 8h. 27m. Greenwich mean Ume, from a point in Northern AsÍa-lat. fiS o 26' N. and 
Ion\!. fih. 17m. E. 
The p:relit.Hst phase wi1I be spen at 9h. 5600. Greenwicb mean time, from a point In lat, 63 0 9' N. and long.1h, 2m. W. 
Ma
nitude of 1h.. grelltest phn',,' =0.523 (Sun's diameter =1). . 
The J<:clipse will be last seen at llh. 25m. GrÐt!nwich mean time, from a point In lat. 33 0 39' N. and long. 4h. 2im. W. 
'I'he mean local time!! of the first and l:\i!t apparent c ntacts, as seen from certain staticns Ín British North Americap 
are given by the fw10wlng table. , 
, . 


--- I 
__ 1 STJ.TIOY. Lat. Long. Approximate mean 10cal'time of 
Firl't Contact. Ln!ot Contact. 
-- - ----'---- - 
0 , h. m. , h. m. h. m. 
A point In or near Halifax ................... 44, 39 4 1-1,'4 5 528 'i 43 
Do. I Quebec..,................. 46 29 4 4,1-8 5 221 6 330 
Do. Montreal................. 45 30 4 54,1 5 15.7 6 2tO 
Do. Toronto. ,................ 
 S9 5 175 5 0,6 6 09 


-0- 


V.-TOTAL ECLIPSE OF '1HE 
IooY, August 13. 
The mngnttude of the Edip
e (:lIoon's diameter =1) =1.810. h. m. 
r::e







 tf
;

:
dï.

.t

i

ï
f.th
.
i


..;;it.h.tb
.8h;dn:;:::::.:::::::::::::::::; = 
 
 nearly. 
Interval betwe..n first anc1last contact of the 1\1oon wilh the Penumbra................... 6 15 
This Eclipse will not be visibltlln Canac1110 as the MOOn dnring Its oclmrnmce will be below the horizon, 
"I.-PARTIAL EcLlP8E OF THE SUN, August 27. 
ThIs Eclipse \vill be visible only in part of the Southern Hemisphere. 
)jll!{l1Hude of 
eatest, ph",qe (Sun's diameter =1, =0'526. 
I 
TAB LEO F S E 1\1 I - DIU R N A L ARC S, 
Ollculated for senne of tM Principal Places in British North .AmPri.ca. 
.A I. 


DacL 


TORONTO, KINGSTOY. IhLlF.\X, N. S. 1I10NTREAL. 
N. 43 0 39'.4. N. .J0 0 80'.0. N. 4.J o . 39'.3. N. 45 0 31'. 
North. South. North. ::!outh. North. :Suuth. North. Suuth, 

 -;;:;;;:- h. m. - 
 -;;:-m:- 
 
 
 
6 3-8 5 56-2 6 3-9 5 56-1 6 3-9 5 56-1 6 4-1 5 55-9 
6 7-7 6 52-3 6 7-8 6 52-2 6 7-9 5 62-1 6 8-1 5 51-9 
6 11-5 5 48-5 6 11-6 5 48--1 6 11-9 5 48-1 6 12-2 5 47-8 
6 15-3 5 .a....'; 6 15-6 5 4-l-4 6 15-9 5 4.t-l 6 16-3 5 43-i 
6 19-1 5 40-9 6 1\1-5 5 .J0-5 6 19-8 5 40-2 6 20-4 5 39-6 
6 23-0 5 37-0 6 Z3-,l 5 36-6 6 23-8 5 36-2 6 2-!-6 5 35-! 
6 26-9 5 33-1 6 27-4 5 32-6 6 27-\1 5 32-1 6 28-7 5 31-3 
630-9 5 29-1 631-4 5 28-6 6 31-9 5 28-1 632-9 5 27-1 
6 3.t-8 5 2.,}-2 6 35-! 5 24-6 6 36-0 5 2t-O 6 37-1 5 ;!2-9 
6 38-7 5 21-3 6 39-4 5 2()....û 6 40-1 5 19-9 6 41-4 5 18-6 
6 42-7 5 17-3 6 43-5 5 16-5 6 4.t-3 5 15-7 6 45-7 5 1.t-3 
6 4,;-S 5 13-2 6 47-6 5 12-4 6 4
-5 5 11-
 6 50-0 5 10-0 
6 50-9 5 9-1 6 51-8 5 8-2 6 52-7 5 7-3 6 5-1-1 5 5-6 
6 55-0 5 6-0 6 56-0 5 4-0 6 57-0 5 3-0 6 58-8 5 1-2 
6 59-3 5 0-7 7 0-3 4, 59-7 7 1-4 4 58-6 7 3-3 4 56-7 
i 3-5 4, 56....5 7 4-6 -1 55-4 7 5-8 4 5.t-2 7 7-9 4 52-1 
7 7-9 4 52-1 7 9-0 4 51-0 7 10-3 4 019....7 7 12-6 4, 47-4 
7 12--'3 4, 47-7 7 13-6 4 46-5 7 14-9 4 -15-1 7 li
1 4 42-7 
7 16-í 4 43-'3 7 18-1 -1 41-9 7 19-5 4 40-5 7 2:l-1 4 37-9 
7 21-3 4 38-7 7 22-7 4 37-3 7 2.t-3 4 35-i 7 27-0 4 33-0 
7 2.>-9 4 3.t-l 7 27-5 4 32-5 i 29-1 4 30-9 7 32-0 4 2R-O 
7 30-7 4, 29-3 7 32-3 4 2i-i 7 3+-1 4 2;),,9 7 37-2 4 22-8 
j 35-;; 4 21-5 7 37-3 4 22-; 7 39-2 -1 20-8 i 42-.1, 4 17-6 
i 40-5 4 19-5 7 -12-4 4 17-6 7 4t-! 4 15-6 7 47....8 4 12-2 


}'REDERICTON. QUEBEC. 
N. 41; c 
'. N, 4(j 0 4!1'.2. 

orth. ðuutl.1. t.UI.th. buuth. 
-,;:-:;;;:- -;;:m:- 
 Tm:" 
6 4-2 5 55-8 6 4-3 fI 55-7 
6 8-3 6 51-7 6 8-5 5 51-5 
6 12-5 6 oi7-5 6 12-8 5 47-2 
6 16-6 6 43-4 6 li-1 5 42-9 
6 20-8 6 3\1-2 6 21--1 5 3S-6 
6 25-0 f) 35-0 6 25-7 5 3.t-3 
6 29-3 f) 30-7 6 <10-1 5 29-
 
6 3:.1-5 () 26-5 6 3+5 5 25-5 
6 37-8 f) 22-2 6 38.9 5 21-1 
6 42-2 6 17-8 6 43-3 5 16-7 
6 46-5 á 13-5 6 47.8 5 12-2 
6 50-9 5 9-1 6 52--1 á i-6 
6 55-1 5 4-6 6 57-0 5 3-0 
6 59-9 5 0-1 7 1-6 4 58-4 
7 4-6 4 55-1 7 6-4 4 53-6 
7 9-2 4 50-8 7 11-2 4 48-8 
7 14-0 4 4/\.0 7 10-0 4 4.t-O 
7 18-8 4 41-2 7 21-0 4 3\1-0 
7 23-7 4 36-3 7 26-1 4 3:.1-9 
7 ;!8-7 4 31-3 7 31-3 4 28-7 
7 33-9 4 26-1 7 36-6 4 2:i-4 
7 39-1 4 20-9 7 42-0 4 18-0 
7 41-5 4 15-5 7 47-6 4 124 
i 50-0 -I 10-0 7 53-3 4 6-7 


1 
2 
3 
.( 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
I:! 
1
 
It 
15 
]6 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
2:.! 
23 
24 


PROVINCIAL OBSERVATORY, TORONTO. 
Latitude, 4:)0. 39'.4 r\orth. Lon
itude, 790.23'.2 We"t, or 5 hours. 17 minutes, 33 seconds Slow of Greenwich Time 
Elevation above Lake Ontario, 108 feet. Apprm\ÍlUate J<:lcvlltion above the Sea, 342 feet 
Tho ProvincIa} Obsorvatory Is now attachec1 to the Unlver!lity of Toronto, and is in the charge of Frof. KINGSTON, and 
three .A!!sistants. 
[401] 



Second Winter :ßIonth. 


JANUARY, 1859. 


5 


MOON'.. PHASES. &: Toronto. I Qucbeo.11 Tuiligh' beg. or..m, S.midi
m. 
 Pole Star. 
- 

 I 
h m 1 h m 
 Toronto. I Quebec. r--. 
 G t t 
... rea eb 
. Nl!w 
[oon......... 4 0 O
 aID 0 40 RID ;5 li
g .
nú; lieg,. t<.:nd. Sun \1001\ Polar Elonrrs. 

 F,rst I!uarter...... I:! 2 05 am 2 37:lm jA. III '. M.
. M. P. M. I distance Lat. 4óe 
o F..U Moon ......... If' 6 31 pm 7 03 pm -1- - - - -- -- -- ---- 

 Ln.st Quarter...... 'l.f, 3.28 pm 
 
O pm h 111 
 
i
 ':: 
 
 ' I ,I ';:;) , " 0 , II 
([ Apo
ee ............ 4 6.7 am I. "" am 15 51. J 11"> 5...
 I) 1316 If -I 4.11 26 062 01 47 
cr Perigee ........... If LO.3 am 10 8 ß.m 11551. J 215:5 6:, j 2216 U f!) 2i I 26 Otl
 01 46 
.cr: Apoj!ee ............:31 9.6 amlO.O am l 215 4(jô 37 1 5 4
;j 3-116 Ii 16 2
1 26 0:) 2 01 46 


The PJancts. 


JANUARY 1ST, I .JArWARY 11TH. JA
UARY 21sT. 
NA}!E 01' 
l'LA:SE
. 00 Mer On ,.... -- - ---0 r'n. 
Rises. Sets. 
Jerid. z
n'l Rises. Sets. !\lerid. Zen. Rises. Sets. :u 
 d. ?,,en. 
dlst. ' dist. - en di
t. 
h m h m 
 -o-IT-;;; 
 
 () 
 -,;-;;; T--;;- 0 
Venus .._ ...... 521 u 3 O:! p 10 11 061 6 444.(, 2 30 i' 937 u 1)1 ] 425 u 2081' 9 17 a 61 r- 
l\lars.. ,........ )02911 919p 3 5 t p;,)3 3 10 05 I, Y 21) 3 43}i ")0 3 9 41 l' 9 21}' 3 31 P 47 
Jupiter ........ 2:H i' 5 40 II 10 O!lt 8 1 '"1 4 5ü (. 9 201 ! 1 \j 1 07 l' 4 14 // 8 :
8 p 21 
Saturn ........ 6 ói} 9 
8 1/ 2 13 II :1.5 Õ 6 101 8470 I 3111 !5 2 627 p 
 060 048 a 25 
U I'anus ........ ] 4:-11 4340 9 0,7 p:1.3 6 ] 03 J.' 45411 8:l61!37 O:l3p 3140 74ßp23 


<J 
2 
9 
o 
7 


NOTE.-Jn the soove Table U lòi.;uifiJS A: M., aud p P. M. 



 TO RO r\ TO. QUEBEC. UPPER A
D LO","ER CANADA. 
Hay of 
Week. Co- _ _ bun 8un's <!'t; 
loon. IJpper 
.. Sun 
 sun \100u <! 
J. ðUIJ ::,uu 
1oon on DeclillatiOl Age on 'l'rslJl-it of 
r:;. . lises . Sets, 1U_. Z. O . )hl"es . &IS.: j{iSI'S
 
lerMian. Xoon. S. :\oon . 
erld. Pol" 8tar. 
h m m h 1// 0 h m h 1/l h 1// h m sOl " day.
 h m h m l!. 
I 
ntUJòny. 1 7 3:) -1 33 5 4ü;0 
'7 4ü 4 22 6 O:.! 12 03 5{ 23 01 01 :!7. B 9 58 6 23 13 

 SUNDAY. 
; 354 34 64-:1;17; 46423 7 Ob12 04 If22 55 4
:!8.3JO 50 61917 

 'Iomlay .. 
 7 33 1 4 35Sets 71 Ú 7 464 2-1 'Seta. 12 0-1 4\,:1.2 60 Of :!
. 311 41 1 6 15 20 
4 '('ues tay .. 4 7 3.J 4 86 4 51i 09 (J 7 454 25 4 41 12 05 1-\ .!2 44 01 O. ó 0 32 6 11 23 
t 'V'
dnesday 5734437 6 Oûlj5 f.ï 454 26 5 4t-12 05 4112872. 1.5 1 19 1 607 26 
t. l'hur
day fj ï 344 38 7 05 Ii I í 7 4.j 4 2, Ü 55 12 Olj O
 .!2 30 2[, 2.5 2 04 6 03 ÖÙ 
í ,o'rid:'y . .. í 7 3414 39 8 08.")6 to 7 4-1;4 29 8 O:! 12 06 34 :!:! 22 ót' 3.5 2 46 55!) 33 
f :ntul"day.. 8734,440 9 ]4.)1 gï 44 1 '4 80 9 ]tJ12 07 01,:1.2150,1 4.[; 3281555 36 

 SUNDAY.. Ç17 8-1 1 44110 Ii 1557 434 31 10 lí 1207 2 f d2 06 4.; 6.5 409 1 55189 
H \Iomlay... lO 7 3-14 42 11 2
 .)
} Õ 7 4
 4 32 11 2.
 12 07 4
 :!1 67 6i 6. Ô 4 50 6 47 43 
1] I'uc:<day.. I I ï 3-114 43 
Iorn :i;
 Õ ï 43 -1 33 
l()rn 12 08 lX:!l 48 4;) 7.5 6 33 6 43 46 
1
1 .vcdnl'stI:1J I:? 7 33 1 -1 44 0 3i n í 7 4:!'4 85 0 8i 12 08 3.:!1 3\J 07 8.5 6 20 Ó 39 49 
];-' rhul'!.;day . I:-!; 3;
 4 45 I 4:>:!2 {j 7 4:H 36 1 5
 12 08 5! :H 29 04 9. ó 7 11 5 35 52 
1.., l<'riJllY . . .14 7 3:!,4 46 3 0018 5 ï 4
4 3i 3 1;
 12 09 2:: II ]8 8i 10.5 8 08 6 31 56 
1; 
l\h'rd:1y..l;17 3:!4 48 41
16 1741439 43:51209 4;-;:!1 07 451I.5 910 5 
7 õ9 
]. ;"\UNDAY.. Iti 7 31 -I- 4!1 5 3:\ 15 í ï 404 40 Ó 6{ 12 10 04 :!O 56 81 12.510 lí 5 24 02 
]
 \rOl'ùay .. l'i ï 311 60 6 3! 17
7 3944] 6 õlj 12 10 24 
o 44 61 13.5 Jl 24 6 20 r5 
11'- TUf'sdRY . . Hì 7 
. 4 61 Rise!.; ï 39 4 43,Rise
 12 10 4320 32 4i 14.5 Morn ó]ü ú9 
1! We.tnelSday I!: 7 2!1. /)3 5 55:!1 (j ï 384 4-l r 5 4C 12 11 O:!:!O 20 2td5.5 0 27 6 12 12 
:!I I'bun:day. .!1:7 2
4 54 7 20n 27 374 45 7 1312 11 H:!O 078116.5 1 26 Ó 08 16 

1 Fri Iny . . . !1 ; 2i'1 Õf"il 8 3
:q3 7 ï 374 4ü 8 3U 12 11 31519 54 1
 17. Õ 2 20 5 01 18 
2:- Satur,Jny.. 
:!7 271 671 9 5:210 fii 37447 95412 11 5
 19404-118.5 3 on 60022 
2: :-:UNDAY. .'!:
7 21i4 58111 OliH 47 3644811 ]( 12)208)9 2G 4í19.5 366 46625 
2 \Ionrlay..:!.t i 2,') 4 59 Morl. .")3 í 7 354 50 1 .Morn 12 12 2:'1 19 12 30 :!O. 6 4 4
 4 52 
8 
2: "fuPlSd,LY. '.!!í ï 2.').) 01 0 Hi .')9 4, 344 52 0 21 12 12 37 18 67 61:!] Ó 6 28 4 48 22 
21 Wednesday :!fi 7 2-1.) 02 1 2'i t)4 "2 7 3
 4 M I 3í 12 12 5\. 18 42 &<1 :!2. Õ 6 16 4 41 3ð 
2 Thllr"day..:!'i, 2
.j 0:) 2 3.") /i8 " 7 324 64 1 2 41- 12 13 0:-; 18 27 80 is. Õ 7 04 4 40 38 
2' FrirJny . . . .!
 i 22.) 0.) 3 4' .0 f,; 30,4 56 3 M 12 13 14 18 11 60 :!4. 5 7 54 4 36 11 
2 'I.'ltl1nl'IY.. :!!' i 21 
) OG 4 3f' ïl í; 2!\4 [,7 4 5:' I 
 ) 3 2,) 17 5;5 50 :!5. 5 8 45 4 32 45 
8 1 "U
D\.Y. ,:Wi 20.") 07 530;14; :lB,4 Ó!1 1 5 47 12 1:
 3.-,1789 8):!6.ó 937,42848 
81 'IOlllhlv. .
1 i HJ.) O
 6 131,9 !I; 2,';J ()I Ô 2!-12 134117 22 62:!Ï.ó]O 27, 4 
4 ól 


.c: 
t 

 
c 
I> 
! 


( 
ø-w 


-21 


..t.... 


Cr4"IJ 


4; "'crw 


C. "....... 


J4.\.Iuth!y mean Temper:Lture, Hverage of 18 ymrs, :!:!Oi
. Me:m \'docity of' tIll' W:l1J, Rvel'uge 
of 10 years, 7,56 mi1e
. AVPragc ùcptb of R:L
n aUtI melted Snow, 2.SUO Íucbu. 
. [40jl 



'6 


FEBRUARY, 1859. 


Third 1Vinter Month. 


- - 
... 
MOO:\'M 1)HA8EM. 
 roronto. Quebec. Twilight hl'g. 07 enrb, Semidiam. Pole Star. 
--- 
 -- -- 
h m' h m ñ 1'orll 11 to. I Q.uphec. 
::. i I 
at
l:;t 
. 
ew :\Ioon........ 2 7 47pm 8 1 U pm .3 Ucg. ",/III Ht
g. ..nd SUII \loon P o-I:t r ElongJ\. 

 Fir:st 
Il>trter .. 10 
 2
 pm 2 55 1'111 .... frl. P. frl, A. III. P. frl. di:stanc, Lat. 45 0 
o 
'ull 
1(l1I1l........ 17 :) :U lUll 5 56 IlI1l - - - - - -- -- -- 

 L'1:st c..!uarter..... 14 !-IOttl.m 9 36 am h mh mil mil lit , " I " 0 , " 0 , " 
([ P(:'rigce . .......... 9.S p'" 9. 8 pm I Õ 3
 t) 495 41 Ö 4i 16 16 14 4!'a 1 26 Oti 
 01 41 
([ ,.\ pogee { .! . l. 6 1'111 II .5 
:- ï 01 5 ::!
 7 011,6 1416 04 I 26 Oi :! 01 49 
.. ..... o 1 JI.m tl fi 1:, i l
fi I:i ï 141ô 12 I!} H!-i1 21) 011.2 01 1)1 
........... 


Tile Planets. 


I 


FEBRUARY 1ST. 


}'EBIWARY 11TH. 


}'EBUUAHY 21ST. 


l' AMB OF 
l'LANh'r. 


It(
6f. 


StJts. M

d. z;:
. It(ses. Set!'. 
l

d i
'::
 ltises. Sets. :\J u
 t I Z...tJ
: 
l1i8t. tli!'t. . erlt. di..t. 
II m hm -õ 
 h---;; 
 m 0- h m h;; -,;-;;; -ö- 
1 53 p 9 05 u t:i2 ð 4 16 a 1 47 1 9 02. i2 9 4 1 7 u 1 48, 9 O
 u'6
 0 

 20 P 3] 7} 13 i 8 50 a 9 20 l' 3 05} H) ß 8 27 u gIg P 2 53 p:H 6 
a
9a i5:3l'JI 
11l43u 250" i14, 
1 HII01-u 213u 63ip:!18 
i ;Wa 0 (j
 U I :!4 
 3 55 P 638 (; 1 1 15 I .!4 5 :3 1:! J 5 57 a 1/1 =-12 p
.t 3 
t an u 7 O
 /' '
a i 11 flf)., 1 1)1., ti 
H I :!:-J i J(I 21 (I 1 12 n 1).ft /I:!
 1 


II m 
V PIlUS......... 4 Hi II 
M'lrs !j I::> II 
Jupitel'. ...... O<!tp 
Saw I n......... 43\1 P 
Ur"nu" ...... II a
 a 


NOTE.-In the abo\e Table a signifies A. 1\1., &l.1d P P. 1\1. 


if 
ê 

 
I>- 

 


Day of 
W ook. 


TORO
TO. 


QUEllEC. 


UI'
'Elt AND LOWJm CANADA. 



uu I ðUlllS <I to 111...... LpVt'r 
Ull 
U/l :\ i ooll <I 1\1 SUII 1 8un Moon on Ðel'liulttiou Age I on T"I/I
lt of 
_ .isel<. 
el.H. s"ts Z 
 hi8e" . _ 8I't8. 
t,,:... l\1t!lidian ' l _ Noon 8, "oon. !lerid . 1'011' 8tar. 

 m h 'Ill h ,/I 0 h 111 h "TII II 'Tn h m 8 0 , 1/ days h ", h m 8 
] Tues(IRY. ,:1_ i Ii.) 1) 361 ti7 07 2(i5 O
 3 Hi 1
 136:3 1 17 05 56

.5lJ 15 42055 
2 IVedlll'l'iÍfI.'y :
; i Hi.) I:! 4 5' .j:-J 117 t-! [) O.f 4 41)12 14 UU 1 Ö 48 41 
!-I. 5 0 O
 4 16 58 
8 I'hllr";ùRY . a i I;).) 1;
 6 01 )R 4 7 2:
 5 0;. 5 5a 12 14 0716 31 08 0.7 0 45 4 ]3 01 
4 F'rid;IY. .:: i )4.) 1-1 7 O-l',
 07215 OJ t:i 5112 14 131613 Ii l.i l:li 4 ('9 05 
5 ,,;Ltlll"olay. :i'i I:!.) I" 8 m Ii x7 2115 O
 8 081
 14 18 / 15 5J'j 112.7 208 405l'8 
() 
(T
DAY..'C ill.) Ii 9 1: 11 37 185 10 9 }fi 12 14 2t 15 36 4!J 3.7 2 4\-1 4 01 11 
7 \lomh\y . . :\' i 10.) 1
 10 2: 
!) :.:I 7 Ii 5 11 10 2i 12 14 2 1i l15 18 10 4.7 3 3
 3 57 15 
A.s.. f, Tuesùny. . :
. ; OR.) 21111 3:. .!!) 1)17 155 IH 11 4012 14 21' 1 '14 5
} 15 5.7 1 4 1lj 3 63 18 
{) Wednt'l'd"J' 
I i nï
) 21 ;\loTl,!! 2i 145 15_\loru]
 14 
1I14 4008 6.i 1 5 O.J. 34921 
10 Thursday. I ; 06.) 2:
 04: 19 !-I 7 135 Ii () 5!) 12 14 31114 2044 7.7 558 a 45 25 
11 Friday,..
:. i O.).'} 2.f 2 O. If) 87 1
:") IH 2 151214 32114 0106 8.7 65f- 34128 
1
 Saturd:1Y" t: i 0;;.) 2;') 3 If 15 57 }O:") HI :
 3112 14 31 , 1 13 41 15 9.7 1 7 58 3 3i 31 
H 
UNDAY . t.,; O:!.) 2(i 4 21 16 37 0f-5 211 4 S!-i12 14 3013 21 IOW.7 90:! 333 35 
14 \fonday....J.[ i 0(1.) 2
 5 It- 9 .i7 01i5 :!:! 5 3iJ J2 ]4 2t13 00 52]]. 710 06 
 29 38 
1:) Tuesday. . -1(" j 5H.) 2!1 Ris
:- !t 0 1 7 O.!) 24 H.i:ses 1 
 14 25 1 12 40 2212. 711 O'i 3 25 42 
16 Wednesd:1Y t
 i E)';:) Sl 44!' 17 O:-J;J 21) 4 38 1 1
 142112 19 4l113.7Mol'lI 32145 
17 Thursdny . H'lj 5ti.) 3:! 6 (I
 
O 1:i .,J I) 
i ß a
 12 14 Ii l l1 58 4514,7 () n
 3 17 48 
lR Friday.. . I! i 5;)!j :H 7 2; 
6 !-II7 OO!) 2fc 7 2ß 12 14 l:!il1 37 39 Ii). 7 0 5!) 3 13 52 
. 
,. 19 Saturrll\,V., .'}I i 6
-):) 35 8 4: I
 
 1 16 5f<!} 3" 8 4.) 1 1:! 14 Ofi l }) ]6 2:n6 7 ] 4._ 3 09 55 
20 8U:'<JDAY ..-,i Ii 5:!!) 31i 9 [.j)1) ifi 5i!) 3110 0:n2 H 0010 5-1- 5617.7 2 JU 30509 
21 :\lonrlllY . .:}: i 511.) 
811 ](')7 Of> E)!)!") 

 1\ ]9 , ,12 13 MilO 33 ]918.7 32/1 3 02 02 
22 Tuesf!ny. .:'):-'!j 4R!'i 40\lorn 1)2 46 !):
J) a5\fom12 134:)1011 32]9.7 4 Of< 25806 
23 We.lne"ilIlJ :)4 I) 47!j 41 0 2 it) ï'ti E):!!) 3ß 0 32'12 13 37 9 49 362(1. 7' 4 5'; 2 54 09 
21- ThuJ"s'lay .:}f. 'i 4!'a!) 4
 1 2'; m i:6 5115 3'i 1 4:Ù2 13 2R 9 27 3021.7 5 47 2 511 13 
25 F'ri(lny.. .:}/. i 4
õ 43 2 
I it 46.475 Sf) 24712 13 IR 9051622.7' f) 3Ç1 24616 
26S'ltur.l:t:v..!)';-j4
!)44 32;7\ j:64fi!)411 34h21308 84:!M2
.i 73' 24220 
"' 27 RUNDA"v. .r)' fi 40)') 4(} 4]1 iO ß'fj 44!) 4:! 1 4 27:12 12 !}8 1 R 20 2424.7 8 2
 23823 

 
lonc\ ay...5!'t)3
54ï 44f1i8264254t 502, 121 24775746 25.7 g 11 23427 
Monthly me'an T('mpprntUl'e, fivnnge of 1f( YNlrs, 22 o g8. 
Iefm Velocity of the WinlI, averago 
of 10 years, 7.61 miles. Average depth of R,tÌn and Melted Snow. 2.866 inches. 


[406] 



First Spring Month. 


l'vIARCH, 1859. 


7 


MOO
'S PHASES. ,.) Toronto Quebec. . I Twù;gh' b'U. or <mh, Semidiam. Pole Star. 
...., 
-- -- 
 Toronto. I Quehec. - 
S ßeg. ßnd IJcg. .r.J.J.u Gret\test 
h m h m Sun MOOD Polnr BlOnga. 
. New 
[oon ... ... 4 1 53 pm 2 2;) pm A.M. P.M .-\. M. P. M. distance Lat. 4õ a 

 Fir8t QttlLrter II 11 22 pm 11 54 pm - -- -- - - 
0 Full MoolJ......... I
 4 28 pm 5 00 pm h'm h mh m h m ' 1/ , " :) , /I 0 , 1/ 

 L'L8t 
uarter...... 2(j 4 IU /I.W 4 42 am 1 Õ O
 ; 2

 4 5
 7 26 16 10 14 4f I 26 11 
 01 54 
(( Perigce ......... 1;)111.3 pm 11. 8 pm 1114 44 7 3Ü 1 40 7 40 16 08 16 01 I 26 14 2 01 58 
(( Apogee ............ :H 6. 7 pm 7.2 pm 21 4 2ü 7 50 4: 19 756 16 05 15 3f I 26 Ii :! 02 02 


Tile Planet... 


:MARCU 1ST. MAnCH 11TH. lURCH 21sT. 
N AM"E OP )I..r. ;\1..1'. M..r. 
I'LAl'i'ET . On Rises. I On On 
lUses. Sets, M..rld. Z..n. Sets. )l..rid. Z..n. Rises. Sets. 
Ierid . Zen. 
dist. dlst. dlst.. 
h m h m T-;; CJ T-;:I-';-;;- T-;;;; -0- h m -,;-;;;- -,;-:;;; 0 
Venus ......... 418a IMp \)06 a 62 5 4 17 a l 2 04 P 9Ila til 2 414a 219p 917. :)9 1 
l\lar!; ........' 8 08 a 9 18 p 243p 
5 3 7 45 a, 9 17 p 231p 32 5 i 23 a 915p 2 HI), .;0 
Jupiter ...... 10 35 a 1 4:
 a 6 07 p 
1 í 9 ó
) a I 09 a 532p 21 Ó 923 a 036 a 458p 21 
S:LtU rn ......... 2 38 P 5 U a 959p tt 2 1 56 pi 4 4:3 a 9171' J4 I I 14p 403a 8 3i l' :!4 
U I':LHUS ...... 9 f)O a 0 41 a f) 1:-J p 23 7 9 12 a! 0 02 (/ 4 R!) P tR 6 833 a II 22 P ß 5i l' 
:J 


NUTE.-In th.. above T8.ble a siglliti
:; A. t.}, 3ud P 1', Itl. 


"-z s.. 

 g! 

 Day of >- 

 We"k. 'ö Sun Sun's <r's IIloon 

 ;., :;UI1 Sun I 
loon , <r :\1. Sun Sun \lOOlJ on Declination Age on 
à 
 
iS: ';t;
 

e
 Z'oD. :i

 h Set : !Äse:
 
ler;:ian
 _ -0 Noo,n, S;, ;::. I\
eri
 
1 Tuesday. . 6n 6 31<;) 48 5 18 1 1)4 66 4] ;) 45 5 31 12 12 35 7 35 01 2ö. 7 9 58 
2 Wcdnc8day 61 t:i 31j,j 4n\5 4t l (j1) 2,6 3
.), 46 5 5212 12 23 7 12 10:!í.7 10 43 
3 Thun
dl1.y . 6
 6 3-1.) 50,Sets 55 0 1 6 31i;j 48 Sets 12 12 11 6 49 1328. 7 11 26 
4 F,'id:LY ... 6:
 6 33.} 51 1 6 00 1 49 3,6 35 5 4
. {) 6912 11 68 6 26 1029. í 0 07 
Ó 8atUl'.luy. .6-1-16 31,) 53 7 Oü 4
 3 1 6 3
;) 51 7 0712 II 44 6 03 02 0.9 0 48 
6 SUNDAY. . fj
l
 2
.! 

I 8 1
 I ;H I 
 31 
 5
 8 1812 11 3
 5 39 48 1. 9 I 3] 
7 Jlonday . .liö6;l,,} ;)'.),9 2.dl 26 2\1.) 5.
 9 2f)12 11 16 5 16 30 2.9 2 15 
8 1'l1e
dflY . . ß ï / 6 2ti,j MIlo 3625 8 () 2i 5 5fj 10 4612 11 01 4 52 58 3.9 3 02 
9 We(lnlj
(by 1 6R6 2"15 58i11 50' , 21 1' 1 6 2:")5 f>ílMorn 12 10 4ti 4 29 43 4.9 3 54 
10 Thllr
diLY .6!lJ6 :l:! I ') 59 
Ioru ]7 i 6 2:
.) 58 0 03 I
 10 30 4 06 15 5.9 4 49 
II FI'irlay .' . l ïOÔ 21J6 01) 1 0311586 21.) 59 I 1912 10 14 342 43 6.9 549 
I:! S:Lturd:1.Y. .716 11-1 1 6 01 2 12 1 15 8 1 6 I!-Iô 01 2 2812 09 58 3 19 08 7.9 6 5\ 
H SUNDAY.. i26 1f.6 02 3 10 Ii 96 lifi 02 3 2612 09 4t 2 55 32 8.9 i 63 
14 I\II1UdILY. . . 736 Hi 6 O:
 3 M I 21 7 1 6 15 Ö O
 4 11 12 og 2:> 2 31 53 9. 9 8 63 
1,") Tuesd'1.Y . . i4 6 14 6 05 4 3-1 
7 16 la 6 05 4 4112 09 O
 2 08 1410.9 9 49 
Hi Wedne
d:1,Y ï5
ö U G 06 1 5 O:
 a:J 4 1 6 II ö Of; 5 11 1 12 O
 50 I 4-1 3411.910 41 
1 i Thul'Slh1.Y . it) 6 106 OJ Rises 40 36 09 I) 08 Rise!; 12 08 33 1 20 5
 12. 911 31 
18 Friday. . .7i16 086 08 6 16 6 0,6 09 6 Ifj 12 OS 15 0 57 1113. 9 
[orn 
19 Hatur1hLY. .78:6 Oti6 10 1 7 3JH 2 1 6 Oö6 10 73512075,0332914.9 020 
20 SUNU.\Y . 1 7
16 O
 
 11 8 461!:
 91
 0-1 6. 1
 8 5
 12 O! 3
1 S 09 4715.9 1 O
 
21 ì\Inullay . .8(li6 O
!) I
I 9 5Blc>9 8 1 6 01 ö 13100')120/21 N 13 MIß.9 15f) 
2:! Tu
"ùay. . 1 81/601 ß 1
lll 10 1 1 6-17 1 5 5n6 15 1 11 241207 oa 037 38 1 17'9 246 
2:
 l w{'dne
ÙI1.Y 82 1 5 5:)6 1,jI;\[01'n 68 5 1 5 586 16 1 
lorll 120644 1 011218,9 3 Si 
2t Thurt;day .Ra5 5,ß lfî l O 16\7085 5!jt) Ii 033120626 124 5019,g 480 
2"') Frid:LV . . . R45 5:") Ii I ï 1 16 1 ïl 715 5a 6 HI I 3:
 12 06 Oi I 48 24,:W.9 5 2!i 
2'i S'LtUl';lay. . 81) \ :) IjH) IH 2 0.) il 1\5 5:! 6 20 1 2 2:! 12 05 4
) 2 11 571:!1. 9 6 14 
2i SU
U.-\.Y. .8ß5 5:!6 HI
 247692550621 :3 0212 0.') 30 2 3,') 2i l 
2,9 705 
2 
 \l l mday . .87' , :) 506 :W; 3 HJj(j6 I \5 4
 tj 2:!, 3 3212 05 I:! 2 58 M 23.9 7 62 
21 Tlle.,d:LY. .fìH5 486 2218 4il61 9 1 5411621 3 5612 01 5t 322 18 1 24.9 83H 
31 Wel1nesd:1.Y Rn l 5 4lifj 2;
 1 1 4 10 " .)7 1/5 41ti 25 1 4 16,12 O
 35 3 4
 3825.9 921 
31 ThUl'sday .!JO,.!) 4-16 21 428::>16 1 5426 2fj 4 3tl12 01 17
4 08 55 j 2ti.910 0:-\ 


TORO
TO. 


UPPER AND LOWER CANADA. 


QUEBEC. 


o 
" 
o 
6 


Upper - 
Transit of 
Pol.. Sw, 
h m 
 
2 30 30 
2 26 3-l 
2 :l2 38 
2 18 41 
2 14 45 
2 10 4
 
2 06 62 
2 02 66 
1 59 00 
I 55 03 
] 51 07 
] 47 11 
I 43 14 
1 39 ] 8 
1 35 22 
I 31 26 
I 27 80 
1 23 88 
] 19 87 
I 15 41 
1 11 415 
] 07 49 
I O;J 5
 
o 59 ói 
o 56 01 
o f)2 06 
o 48 09 
o 44 ]3 
o 40 17 
o :
6 21 
o 3:! 2-1: 



,,
 


Monthly ml'anl'empemture, average of 18 yeflrs, 29 0 82. Mean Velocity of thp Wmd, averagt> 
of 10 ycafs, i.8
 miles. Average depth of Rain and melted Snow, 2.483 inches. 
[407] 



8 


APRIL, 1859. 


Second Spring lfIonth.. 


II} 
MOON'S PHASES. Po Quebec. 

 Toronto. Twilight be!!, or end." Semidiam. Pole Star. 
--- <73 
h m h m 
 Toronto. Quebec. Gre:ltest 
. New 
Ioon 3 5 00 am 6 320m A lingo, J<nd Ueg'IEnd Sun Moon .Polar Elonga, 
t> First Quarter ... 10 6 03 am 6 36am A. M. P. M. A. M..P. M. dlsta.nCf' Lat. 45 0 
o Fulll\Ioon ......17 3 48 am 4 21 am--- 
!
 --;-;,- -;-;; ;;---;-;; 

 Last Quarter... { 

 11 28 pm ... ......... h n
lh ,.,/ o , /I 
_0 ............ 0.0 am 14 0... 8 Oti 3 64,8 14 16 0215 131 26 20 2 OZ Oi 
(( Perigee ............ 11 5.2 pm 5.7 pm 113 41:8 2] 3 2!118 3;.\115 59116 1211 26 23 2 02 11 

 Apogee . ......... 24 2.6 pm 3.1 pm 213 ]9,8 3f< 3 06i8 51 1 15 5615 011 26 26 2 02 15 


The PIa-nefti. 


APRIL 1ST. APRIL 11TH. APRIL 21&:r. 
N 
ME op 
PLANET. RIses. Sets. On Mer. Rises. Sets. On I
 RIses. I Sets. On :\ler. 
Merid. 
fs
: . Zen. Merid. 
:..
 
IIlend. dist. 
--
 h-;; -,;-;;- 0- h m h m II 11t 0 
I
 --,;-m 0- 
Venus ......... 4 07 a 238p 9 23 a.55 9 358 ú 25ip 9 28 a' 52 4 347 a 317 p 9 32 0 48 3 
:Mars ......... 659a 913p 206 p l27 4 638 (, 9]2p 155P:25 :3 619a,909p 1 44 p 
3 6 
Jupiter ...... 846a 11 67 P 421Pl21 2 812 a 11 25 P 349p;21 0 740 a 10 55 p 3 17 p 
O 8 
Sa.turn ......... 030 P 819 a 753p23 9 11 51 0 239 a 713p'
3 9 L1 12 al 2 01 a 6 05 P 24: () 
Uranus ...... 7510 10 40 p 3 16p!23 5 7140 LO 03 p 2 38PI
3 4 6 35 0, 9 26 P 2 01p:
3 3. 


NOTE.-In the above Table a signifies A. PrI., an.! p P. M. 



 
D:tV of Þ-< 
\\ook. 
 - ::\un-- Sun's -<J: '8 1 Moon UpPer - 
Þ-. :SUll 8un Moon <I 11'1. ::IUD Sun MOOD on Declination Age on Trau>it of 
Å Uises. Sets. Sets. Z. D. RiseR, Sets. &-ts. !lJel"Ïdian. 
oon, N. Xoon..:Hel"Ïd. Pole Star. 
h m 
 h m 0 h m ï;-;;;; h m h m 8 
Î da'J/IJ :
 h m 3 
1 Friday... 91 5 4
 6 26 4 524:' 65 406 28 4 5112 03 5H 4 32 0;) '27: 9'10 41 0 28 28 
2 Saturday. 92 , 5 406 28 6 01 39 Õ 5 386 2B 6 0312 03 4] 4 55 12:.!8. 
'1l 2i 0 24 33 
3 SUNDAY. 93538629 7 10;3345 3U6 30 7 ]G12 03 2:3 5]813 0.3 0 11 0 1U 3, 
4 Monday.. 915 36 Ö 3u 8 2;U7 7 1 5 3-1 () 32 8 3
 12 03 05 5 41 09 1. 3 0 58 0 16 41 
5 TuesJ.ay . 955 35 6 31 9 3
 22 ß 5 32 6 34 9 50 12 02 47 6 03 58 2. 3 1 4
j 0 12 45 
6 Wednesd'y 9ö5 336 3210 53 18 75 306 3511 0812 02 30 G 26 42 3.3 2 44 0 08 49 
7 Thursday. 975316 33l\Iorn 16 35 286 30 Morn 12 0212 ß 49]9 4.3 343 0045;3 
8 Friday. .. 985 30 Ô 34 0 0315 85 2ö 6 38 0 20/12 01 5[1 7 11 48 5.3 4 45 0 00 5, 
9 Saturday. 9\1 5 2
 6 3,) 1 0617 25 2-1 6 3
1 1 2
 12 01 39 7 34 09 6.3 5 4ö 
lorlling. 
10 SUNDAY. 100.> 2h 6 313 1 5520 45 226 40 2 0\-112 01 2
 7 56 24 7.3 6 4fi 11 63 UO 
lll\Iollday. .101524638 234252520642 245120106 81830 8.3 7 4:l11 49]0 
12 Tuesday. 1025 2:.1 6 39 
 0531 t 5 196 43 3 1312 00 4\1 8 40 27 9.3 8 3li 11 45 14 
]3 Wednesd'y1035 216 40 332375517644 3371200349021610.3 92:")11 41]9 
14 Thursday. 1045 1!1 6 4] Rises H 35 156 45 Ri
es. 12 00 IF 9 23 6()! 1. 3:10 If: 11 3i '23 
16 Friday. . . 105.!j 176 43 5 mJ 50 95 136 47 5 1:l12 00 03 9 45 2012.3 1 10 5E< 11 33 27 
16 Saturday. L06 Õ 166 44 6 2457 ] 5 11 6 49 6 3011 59 4b 10 06 47 13.3111 4611 29 31 
17 SUNDAY. 1075 14 6 45 7 37 .> O!l6 50 7 4011 69 3410 27 5914. 3l\Iorn 11 
5 36 
18 Monday. ,1081::> 12641) 8 4
62 5'> OiG 51 90111 69 21 1 10 49 0015.31 0 84,11 '21 40 
19 TuesdltY, . 10\-1:5 11 6 47 9 5!
 66 8;; 056 5310 1311 59 Oli 11 09 4916.3 1 1 2511 17 44 

O Wednesd'J110:õ Ofl6 4Ðlll 02698'> 046 5411 ]\-111 585[,11 302817.3 2 ]811 1349 
21 Thursda)'. 11115 086 50111 5671 35 026 5ti More 11 58 40 11 5 56 18.3 3 1211 09 53 
22 Friday. .112 1 5066 51l\[orn 71 35 OU / 6 57 0 1411 58 2
12 11 H19.3 40:)11 Of) 58 
23 Saturday, 1135 04 Ô 5
 0 4169 94 586 58 0 5i 11 58 lld2 31 17 20. 3 4 56 11 02 M 
24 SUKDAY, 114'5 0:3 6 53 1 1767 24 57 1 6 59 1 3] 11 58 0-1 12 51 ]021. 3 6 4510 58 06 
2õ Monday. . 115 1 5 01 f3 55 1 4663 54 55 7 01 1 5811 57 5313 10 49 1 
2. 3 6 3110 54 11 
26 Tuesday. 116,:) 006 56 2 11 5!) 04 54 7 O:! 2 HIll 57 4:q8 30 16 :!8. 3 7 1510 50 15 
27 Wednesd'J 117'4 596 57 2 3253 84 5'27 04 2 3711 57 3a 13 49 30 
4. 3 7 57110 46 20 
28 Thursday.1l8lt 576 58 25048145(1705 25311 57 2
:14 08 30'25.318 3
 1 ]0 42 21 
29 1 Friday . .119 1 1 5!j{) 59 31] 121! 487 06 31] 1 11 57 }:114 27 1726,3 92110 38 2
t 
30 Saturday. 120 -1 54 7 0 1 3 1 .30 1 36 04 477 07 3 2i 11 57 Oti!14 45 4
12i. 310 04110 34 33 
Monthly mean Temperature, average of 18 years, 41 0 06. 1\Il'l1n Velocity of the Wind, average 
of 10 years, 7.07 miles. Average depth of Rain and :\lclted Snow, 2.799 inches. 
[ 408] 


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TORO
TO. 


QUEBEC. 


t7PPER A
D LOWER CANADA. 



TltÍrd Spring Month. 


1IAY, 1859. 


9 


Mooy's PHASES. I þ - 
Toronto. Quebec. Tu'ili!Jht beg. 01' ends, Semidiam. Pole Star. 
,=- ñ Toronto. Quebec. 

 jUrcutcbt 
h m hm -.5 Ueg. EuJ ]Jeg., End Sun MoolJ Polar Elonga.. 
. Now Moon ... .../2 4 47 pm 5 ]8 pm \.. r.I. P. M. A. M. P. M. distance Lat. 4;)0 

 FirstQu;
rter ... 9 11 4
 am o ]3pl1l- 
- -- 

I

 
o Full Muon ......;16 3 50 pm 4 21 pm II mh m h mh fn ' ", " 

 L:tl't C,luarter ... 24 5 3
 pm 6 3 pm I J 5!J 1 8 64 2 4 '19 13 15 54 15 43 1 26 2!J 2 2 19 
([ Perigee ........./ 6 7,7 pm 8 2 pm I I 
 3!Jj9 I
 
 1 i 9 31" 15 5
 15 5f- I 26 31:2 2 23 
(( A IH))!ee .........j2
 8,7 am 9 :2 am 21 .! 229 al 1 53 9 5!1 15 50 14 4n 1 26 3 !i2 2 25 
. 


The Planets. 


MAY 1øT. 


MAY 11TH. 


l\IA Y 21sT. 


NA)!E OP 
PLANET. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


On :\lm'. 
:\Ierid. .
fs
: 


Rises. 


Sets. 


On 
Mt:rid. 



ler. 
Zen. 
dii't. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Un 
Io.'r. 
)Ierid. 


 


I II m -;;-;:;; 
 0- h m h m --,;-;;:; 0- -,;-;;; -,;-;;; h 'TIt 0 
Venus .........133
a 388p !)370-1! 0 322u 400/1 9410,:19 61310a 42271 9460352 
:Mar::!. ......... 6 la !) 6" ]3
p22 0 5450 1 9 1u I23pl
o 8 5300 855p 113p19 9 
upiter ......17 
o I025p 
4fjpl:W 7 / 6370 9&51' 2löp':W 516 60 915p 146]1204 
Satul'D......... 10 3.J 0 1 24 a 5 57 P I 
-l 1. 958 u 0 45 u 5 20 1' 1 
-1 2 1 9 220 0 7 u 4 43 p 
t 3 
Uranu... '..... 558fJ 850p 12Jp,
3 2 5'.!0" 8Up 047p
3 (I 44
a 7aRp 0]Op22 9 
Non.-ln the Rbovø faLl!'! a siguities A. M.. and p P. M. 


.é ...: 
i:í !1 

 .... o Day of ;... 
o '\cek. 
 Sun Sun's Q's 
JóOD -UpptJr 
>. >. hun I ::;UIJ I "loon <I :\1. Sun ðUIJ / "lUOU on Declination Age on Tram..it of 

 __ _.3... Itiseti. ::;ets, Hbl'S. Z
 
ises. Sets . 

:::.. 
1(,I'idian. Noon, N 

. 
leJld Pole Star. 
h m h m h rlt 0 h m h 'TIt h m h 'TIt 8 0 , "da?/8 h mlt m B 
1 8U
DAY.I
II-153'7 1 1 4 15:!0 ot 4;jï H I 4 till} 50 5
 15 4 528:
 10 51110 30 38 
2 
Iouùay. . I 
:H 51 1 7 3 Sets .!4 6 t 4-t 7 10 Sets I II 56 51 15 2
 ] 1 :.!9. iJ 114ft 10 26 42 
3 TUe5d:lY, .1
;{150 I '7 4 1 8 38.!0 :!14:H 11185111 564-115 3!-) 36 O.8Ev.a.:>10 22 47 
4 Wedl:e.;,l"v I:H'4 4!, 7 5 9 51 17 11 417 la 1 tu j,11 56 3
 15 57 20 1. 
 ) 3-t 10 18 51 
5 TÌ1U1's,iay'. 12.:,:1 47 ) 7 710 5
 15 
 1 1 407 1411 14'11 56 3.
 16 11 45 2.8 2 S710 14 56 
6 Fridav,. .I:.!I;.! 457 8'11 5:.'.16 i.t 3b7 1;)1-'IOrn l ]] 56 
i' 16314-1 3.8 3 4010 11 1 
7 Satul':lIlY. l:d1 4-117 S'}lorn HJ 5' 1 4 ;.It.i17 Iii 0 H i ll 56 2:-
 16 48 21) 4. fI, 4 4] 10 7 5 
8 
 U 
 1M Y. I :'!814 43 1 7 9 0 3,1 

 9 4 8,) 7 ) 7 0 58 11 56 1
) 17 4 55 5. 8 5 3f-. 10 3 10 
{) \Inndlty. . I:.!!/'-! 4:.!lj 10 1 i:!9 4.t 3:H IY 1 Will 56 Ifi 17 21 O:
 6.8 6 3010 59 14 
10 L'ucsflILY.. H
O,4 4fh 11 1 3:-{ 
5 6 1 11 327 2tJ 1 3!I'll 56 11 L7 31; 5H 7.8 7 Ig l lO 55 I!) 
1] Wp']lle.,li',} 13]11 3!lj 13 1 5fi t:! 21 3; 7 tl 1 5!.hJ 56 1(117 5
 31 8.H 8 i 96124 
12 Thur's/IILY, I:

.J 387 14 2 ]8 t8 i 4 2!17 13 2 1711 56 O!J 18 7 4()1 9.f' 8 5:i 9 47 28 
13 FI'i,]lty. , . H;
,4 377 15 
 3!1.)t 
11 t
 7 :.!..J t afj] 1 56 07 18 2
 4:{'10.8 9 a
. 9 43 38 
14 Sn tur'.hy . I:
4.t 3H 7 l{j 3 011 1U I'd 27 7 25 
 5 H 1 56 Oï 18 37 211111. 8 10 27 9 39 38 
15 :5U:\'D:\Y.I:
5,1 357 17 3 2f.jtj5 
t 2tj7 ttj 3 1611 560; 1851 40 1 :12 
11 16 93542 
16 
lol1lhlY, IHIH 347 18 3 54 4 i4 7 
t: a 4
 11 56 O
 HI 5 41.13. 
 
Iorn 9 31 47 
17 Tue...cl:ty. .la7,4 33 1 7 HI 1 1Risel' f)R 64 t:n 2!1 Ri8e
 11 56 Û!t 19 19 2;114.8 0 
I 927 52 
18 W I'llne!';.!') 1 :i8 1 '4 3:! 1 7 20 9 4ti jU 7 4 :2i 7 31110 
 11 56 10 19 3
 4nJ15. 8 1 2 9 23 56 
19 Thul',..ll:ry. I
!H 317 2110 3-t;1 3 I 217 31 IU 51 I] 56 12 HI 45 50,16.8 1 55 9 20 1 
20 F,'i.lny . 1.J1}'4 31\ 7 22 / 11 If; 70 4 -1 21} 7 3
 11 2'" 11 56 15 19 58 3
11i. 8 2 47 9 lû 6 
21 SlItlll'.Jay. 141/1 2917 2:
 11 471)8 :! -1 I
 7 8411 5f'11 56 If< 
O 10 51'18.8 3 38 9 12 10 
22 SUN L>A Y . 1 t:M :!8 1 7 2.010rn f)! \i.J 17 7 3;)"101'11 11 56 2:?!20 22 55! HU
 4 25 9 8 15 

3 :\Inu,lay, . 14
,4 2, 7 2:) 0 1 RI)ll fi'-! 16 7 
ml 0 2:! 11 56 2t\ 
O 34 411
o. fI, 5 10 9 4 19 
24 TuesdllY . 1444 27'7 2i 0 35):) 71.t 1 Ii 7 3s< 1 0 41 11 56 31 :W 46 Ofl!:!1. 8 5 5:? 9 0 23 
25 W e(llIes.I'
 1-1-514 21i l 7 21" 0 5."..i 1 
II 15,7 3
 0 1)8 11 56 37:!O 56 5
 1 :!2. 8 6 33 8 56 28 
26 l'hurs.llly.11f).f 2(j7 28 1 ISH frt }417 40 11411 56 4
21 7 3r;:!
.8 7 14 85282 
27 F"idIlY" .147425 1 7 29 1 311:

 r,'-1 1
17 41 1 1 31111 56 !i1l:!1 Ii 4n l 
4.8 7 Ó{i 84837 
28 Satlll.,!:t.v. 1.t
4 2t 7 30 1 1 1)1 
2 G!! 1:!7 4:! 1 4G 11 56 5GI:!1 27 4:!:!:). 8 8 3D 8 44 41 
:W SlJ
D\Y"I-I
q 2:q 31 2 ):
I
ï II 11117 4:: 2 611 57 4.2137 lal:!ô.8 
 27 84046 
30 \1("III..y. . / ',')04 2:N 31 
 4!1 1 :!2 14 ]0;7 4-1 2 3:
 I 'll 57 12;21 4fì 21 / :!7. 810 21 8 3û 50 
J 1 1"\""'.)'1\. . I:) l.f 2
17 
:! 
pt.. I R 
I.f fI ï 4,)/ 
 E
,l1 Fiï 2n!'
1 f):) 7:!
 s:lIt I 1 Q s:I 
::! 1)4 
?Ilont:tly nH'pn TcmperntnTf'. flVel'n
e of 18 yenrs, 51 o ;n. ì\lc'In Velocity of the Wind, ILverage 
of If) Y."I:'S, (;.1:
 miles. Avcrnç'p depth of Rain and mcltl'd Snow, 3.137 inches. 
[-100 J 


TOROXl'O. 


QUEBEC. 


UPPER AXD LOWEll CA
ADA. 



10 


JUNE, 1859. 


Firfòf Svmmpr JJIrvnfh. 



 Toronto. I Quebec. 
MOON'S PIIASES. .... 
:I TWllight beg. or end.-, 
--- .::I Semidiam. Pole Star. 
h m h m :I
 ., 
. New M!On ........ 1 I M nm 2 2! IlIlI 
 11I1'lIlItll. 1
I\!'hec. Sun I MoOJ..I (.r IIle::,t 

 Fil'st I.luarter ... 71 5 30 pm 6 I pili .:I U
J!.. EllIj 
Ih:g. 1'..1111 Polnr mungR. 
0 Full l\loon ...... 1 "15 l.m 5 3:! nu, .\. M. P. M. A. M. P. M. dbtanct' Ln t. 45 0 

 La!'t Quarter... ,.. 
:1 9 15 Itlll !-) 46 Itl1. -- - - - -- -- -- -- 

 La!'t Qu:l.rter...... 
O 9 'I.-turn 9 5,') an, h mh mh mh 11/ I 1/ , I/O I II 0 I 1/ 
(( Perigee ... ......... 3, 6. 7 am 7.'l. all 1 :! HI 5-11 3 101-1 15 4t< 16 2:)1 26 35 2 2 28 
(( Apogee ......... { 18,11. 7 pm ......... .. II I 5. II) :ll 16 104:i 15 4i 1 5 2[, I 26 
ö'l. 2 
9 
19 '.......... n.2 fin ! I I 5t 10 f- I 1111O!)
 15 -Hi I 4 f)
 1 21i 
i 2 2 
9 


The Plnnehl. 


JU
E 1sT. 


JUNI<: llTR, 


JUN I<) 21 liT. 


NAME OP 
PLANET. 


IUses. StJts. On i

: Rises. Sets. On 
lt,r. lUses. Set On tt..r. 

ltJ1"id. di
t. :\ItJl id. di.

: s. Mel id. dr
't 
h m h m 
 0 -;;-:;;;- h 1ft -,;-;;;- 0- 
 
 -,;-;:;:; 0- 
2580 4471 95:!ll:30 6 251)0 511,dOOOIJ!7 0 24tjy 53;
p1ûlOo
.t 0 
516a 847p 1 'l.P I I

 45 6tl 837, U52pl!J 314f)61J 82Gp 041plD 5 
633 al 8 5:! P 1 13 p:W 3 5 4 (/ 8 '1.3 P () 44 p:!O 31 434 (i 7 54 P I 0 1 t l' 
O 3 
8 it a 11 2:3 I' ! 3 P !4 6 8 10 (/ 10 4ü p 3 t
 J !t 8 7 36 0 10 10 P 2 5
 P 25 1 
4 2a1657p112!Jllt2 8 
24t1 fj21pI05
1I
2 712470 545p1l0161122 6 
NoTE.-1 n tilt' ..IIU'.. 'l'...hl., U I\i,(lJlb..;; A, )J. IIIU.I l' P. 
l. 


Venus ... ...... 

Il1.rl! ......... 
Jupiter ...... 
Saturn......... 
Uranus ...... 


.Q ..: 
ê 
 TORO
T0. QUEBEC. UPPER AND LOWER CAN ADA. 

 Day of 
 
'ö Week. 'ö 
uu I:>ldl" <!'I; J.\jOUJ., Upp..r 
>. >. :ìuu :;uu "loon <I M. ::Iuu ::;uu I )loou on DecliulitioD Age on '''I"IIII"it of 
É.. __ S Ri"es. 

_ 8et". 
 ltises. Sets. _ Set Ii, 
 eridian. _ !\oon. N. Noon . .\Jeritl .:.. Pole Star. 
h Tn h m h 'TII 0 h 71/. h m h m h m 8 0 I " days h 1ft h m s 
1 Wednes,l'yl524 217 33 8 4:iI6
.J ml7 45, 8 5!:iIJ 57 2
1
2 330 0.4Ev.21 82859 
2 ThUr8Llay.15
 1 4 217 3t 9 4:
 16 
 t OB7 47' !J 59111 57 3


 11 29 1.4 I 'l.li 8 'l..) 4 
3 Friday.. 1M! 217 3510 3118 41 01"1 4tnU 4t 11 57 4ð
2 19 5 2.4 2 2!-t' 8 21 10 
4 
aturùny.15.)4 :W7 3üll bitt 44 01'(7 4t-ì11l HHI 57 5ð:!:! 21) HJ 3.4 33181715 
5 SUNI>AY.15tH: 2U7 3611 3ü:!7 í 1 07ï 4
Joll 4:111 58 8:!23a 9 4.4 42;' 8 13:!O 
6 Monùay. . 157 1 4 197 37l\1orll :13 
 4 Uti i 5o l 
Ioru 11 58 H+
2 39 34 5.4 5 17 8 9 26 
i Tues(hy. . 1584 HJ 7 38 0 1 -10 41 Uli i 51 0 511 58 2\"22 4,') 3ü, 6.4 6 5 8 5 31 
8 Wetlnesd'yI5!f4 197 3n: 0 2:117 (t4I11i; 5
 0 :HII 58 4\J:!
 1)115 7.4 6518 137 
9 Thursd:ty.1604 19 1 7 39,04:1:)3:l-l 0li7 52 U 3
II 58 5:!!:! 5ß 28 8.4 737 75742 
10 FI'itlay.. .1614 187 40: 1 5:)9 (1-1 O:)i 5ð 1 Ooll 59 4:!3 1 18 9.4 82-1 7 M 47 
1] Satmd:ty. 1624 187 40i 1 2!-J l tj
 
.t U:) i 5;{ I 'I.:! II 59 H' 23 5 44 10. 4 9 12 7 4!J 53 
12 
UNI>Ay.lö3418 1 7 4111 5:)
7 (j1 O.jï 5a I 4-111 5!J 27:l3 94lill.410 :! 74:' 58 
13 .\I()ntl:ty. . Itj44 187 42, 2 'l.8170 :!t U.
) 7 6-1 :! H II 59 4\, 23 13 2:! 12.410 55 7 42 3 
14 Tuesd:r'y . J(j
4 18 1 7 42: 3 H71 2. U.j; 5:) 1 'l. 5a 11 59 5.!23 16 3!i 13. 4 1 1] 4t< 7 H8 8 
15 weùuesd'Yl6fi l 4 187 42Rise
 1 U:); 55IRise
 12 0 5
3 HJ 2314.4 , ':\101'1I 7 at 12 
16 Thursday. 1674 lR7 42 9 II iO 
-I U-I; 5ti l 9 :W 12 0 li:!3 214:) 15.4 04'1 7 30 17 
17 Friòay.. .löt:\4 IR I 7 43194769110-17 51j,1O ul,[2 0 8('2
 23 4416.4 130 7::!(j 22 
18 Satur;Iny. lûB' 1 4 187 44,10 I'-)j'j6 II 0;); 57 1 10 
ti 12 0 4i 23 :!.) H117. 4 2 2'- . ' 1 7 U :!.7 
19 SlJ
I>Ay.170 1 4 IH I 7 44)0 3!I I (j2 1111.-)7 5710 41; I'l. 0 5üt3 2ü 2818.413 6 7 1832 
20 M'"lfl:ty. . 1714 IH 7 45,10 5f.( .j7 5. (),-,; 5; II 
 12 1 
:!3 27 I
 19 4 3 4
' 7 14 aj 
21 l'ue:'!drty. .17'14 1817 45' 1 11 16.)
 
-I 0.-); 5711 2r) 12 1 2
23 'l7 31 :!.0.4, 4 'In 71042 
2"! We 1 lne:>d'y 17a l 4 UI7 4511 3'-) 1 .6 fj.J Oli; 5
 113-112 1 3:):!8 t7 2Ij:!1.4 5 
I 7 (j 47 
2:1 Th.ur!:!ùay. 174 4 I!17 4:>, II 5 t -10 SI 1 Olj; 51" II 5! 12 1 4
:!
 
6 5fj 22, 4' 5 511 7 2 52 
24 Frlùay.., ]7.) 1 4 HJ; 45:\lorn :
5 01 0li7 5Hj\l1Jl'1I 12 2 1:!.3 26 ] 2:t4 63:! Ij 58 57 
25 
'ltul'day.17fi4 HI7 45 0 Hil:!.!) 3.J 0li7 51"10 1112 2 1
:!
 24 4224.4 7 18 fj 5.5 2 
21) SU
I>AY.1774 207 45 0 411tt J I Ofi7 5fo' 03112 2 2Id:
 'I.:! 57:!,i),4 8 7 651 7 
27 \Ionclav. . 17RI4 :!.1 7 45 1 ] t 19 
) t Oï; 5\/1) 1 12 2 3f< / :!.3 211 4
 I 
tj. 4 9 3 6 47 12 
2R Tllesll
y .17Ìi4 21745 I 5:!lli (1-1 OH7 5H'1 
r,12 2512318 14:!7.41O ] I) 43lï 
2f1 \Vt'linesd) H
o1 1 4 217 4:) 2 4716 (' 1 -1 01" 7 5RI2 3" 12 3 H j 23 If, 1628.4 1 11 (i f) 
!} 22 
ao Thlll'S'I:lY. 181 -1 2:! 7 41 Set!:! 17 24 Ot' 7 58, 3 5;H2 3 16:!.3 II 5
 29. 4 I Ev.1J I 6 3!) :!.7 


:Monthly mean Tempernture, nverfij!:(' of IR years, 61 0 ](j. ;\Ienn Velnciry of the Winù, fl/crage 
of 10 year!:!, 4.73 miles. Avcrllge depth of naill, 3.Ilia inches. 
[ 410] 



Second Summer lJIontli. 


JUL Y, 185Ð. 


11 


MOON'S PHASES. líl Toronto. I t.J,uebec. Tll.'Íli!Jht br!J. or eruh. Scmiùiam. Pole Star. 
---- -" I h;;- I h Tn 
 -;I'UI"UlltO. t.J,uelwc. 0 ..---- 
c:: -,---- rell tl'6t 

 
ir
tQuarter.., 7, 
 

 am 1 
 nm.=. Beg. 
nd Beg. Eml SUII -'1001 'pular EloDJ!a. 
o full 
Io(ln....... 14 / utipml 8 / pll1 1 .-\. M. 1'.111. \. M. P. M. h"t:IIICI Lõlt.450 
(!þ La:;tt.!U1u.ter...:!t 10 
pllll0 40.,111------- 1 --- ---- 
. New .\luun....... !

 4 27 pml 4 58 pm' h 1ft It 1//// III h fI,' ", ,) , ,,0 , " 
(( Pt:r'igce .........1110. 7,un II. 
 alll i I:! 1 J.O ti I HIIU 4t.li) 4ti 16 4, I 2fi 
(":! 2 2f.1 
(( Apugee .........16 H. 7am'1O.2 lunlIt la g .:>ï I H4lU Sli l l:) 4íil5 : I :!Ij :
Ii:! 21
1 
(( P\"'I!!PP ......... 29 6. i p",1 7 
 pm 21 :! :!9 
 H 1 fi
l.ln 1
: lfi 4.Ifi !, 21\ 
I,'
 2:!6 


JULY 1ST. 


NAME OF 
PLA
ET. 


Sets. 


Un 
)lerid 


Rises. 


....lIr Planr'.. 


JULY 11TH. 


J17LY 
18T. 


.\ler. 
Z,'n 
di
t. 


:\ler. 
1ell. 
di"t. 


Rises. 


Sets. 


On 
)lel'id. 


\Ier. 
Zen. 
lIist. 


Uti 

lerid 


Rises. 


Sets. 


Venus ......... 
1\lal's. ......... 
J upiler . ...... 
s,tturn .., ... ... 
U \'anu" . ... ... 


h m 

 48 u 
4 .J8 (1 
4, 5 (/ 
7 2 (} 
2 9 u 


-,;-;;; h m ' 0 - -h--;;; 
3 5-5 p I U 21 1I t 1 g t .j.:> (/ 
8 It l' IJ 30 JI.!U I 4 41 a 
7 2.J.p I L 4':> U I .!o 4 ;
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9 ô4 l' :2 18 /' 
õ ':I 6:W a 
5 8 p g 39 a 
.
 5 1 32 a 
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h m 0 
10 47 Il '.!O 6 
o i i':!:! 2 
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1 !II' .!ti 0 
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6 1
 1'10 31 t. :!O 7\ 3 8 U 
7 51i t II] 
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8 581' 1 4;{ p 
5 7 1 :)!)ti u 
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627, 
738, 
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8 :!
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T0RO:STO. 


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 above Ta"'
 a !oi.;nitiel' A. ;\1., Hilt! pi'. :\01. 


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.: 
! 
Day of 
 
Week. 'õ 
;;, ::5u.. ::5U1> .UUHU <I. ,1 

 1tiSe
. 
tl<. ::3d
, Z D 
- it -lIt h-:;;" It 
 0- 
1 FI"Ìllay . . 18:H t:! j 4-1 9 ;):W f) 
2 SatUl"day. Hm 4 :!31i 44 9 37 .!5 4 
3 SUNDAY. 18.:14 
4i 4-1,10 3 n ti 
4 -'lollù;ty. . 18:) 1 4 to! i 4-1 1 10 

 :i8 
 
5 Tuesday. 18tH t
 i 41lU 41" 
5 II 
6 Wetlnes.I'y 187 1 4 15 7 4:
 l ll ]11.')1 [) 
7 Thur-sday. 1 H8 4 tli 7 4:1 11 3;1 '-17 :) 
8 FI'Î,lay .. 1 R!I 4 :!j i 4
 \IMu t;:! Ii 
9 Saturday. 1 !m l .J 
8 i 4:! 0 O. ti6 j 
10 
U
D.\Y.l
l.J. 
bi 4:! 0 :!!I@ ti 
1] MlIntll\Y.. HI
4 t!1ì 41 1 111;1 1 
12 Toe:-;day. . HI:{ 1 4 2!/ i 411 1 M II :! 
13 \Vedllesd'yHl-t-! 31/7 411 2 41j{j9 
 
14 Tbur,.rl:ty. l
rl4 317 41.I(iHe,. 
]5 Fr'iday.. .I!II;'.J a:l7 411 8 1f"}7 2 
Hi S!l.tut',lny. 1 
ï -1 3a 7 a!1 8 4H tj
 () 
Ii SUND.\ Y. I!I
.J :H 7 

 !I 4.')9 II 
1 
 'I ol1llny. . 1 H
I 4 :{!) 7 
ï 9 2:{ ;)
 
 
1 fj TU

III:\y . 
IIO 4 31j 7 3ti 9 411 18 5 
20 \Vedne,.dy:!lIl.J 37 1 7 :
t) 95. I:! H 
21 Thur':o\day. :!II
 I .J 37 7 
.-) 10 1 í:-Hi 
 
2
 Friday. . . :!II:
.J 31" 7 :
-1 10 40 H 3 
23 
lltUl'.II\Y . :!tI-1l-1 3
I'7 sa 11 
 '!!j 1 
24 SUND.-\Y.
II!)o.J 4"7 3:!ll 4

1 5 
25 'I01HIay..
tlliI1417 
1'lortlI18 I, 
26 Tuc:;dny . 
lIï\4 4..: 7 Sit II 
!I I ]fJ 2 
27 We,Ine:-:,I'y :!IIR 4 4 i 2!I I 18 16 
 
28 Thur'
lh\)' .!:!II!I-t 44 1 7 21- 
 4:! 1 ' R :) 
29 Friday . . / tl n -, 457 2; "ets 
:! 7 
30 S.ttnr'hy .211 4 4ß 7 21", R S 28 5 
31 
rnm.-\ Y 'n
 4 Ii; '!; R 2
 :f,) 


--- --- 
QUEBEC. UPl'Jm A:'\D !.OWEn C."
AflA_ 
0.. I 0." , I.! ,. .'ltf\ItJ I I'p.I' 

un dUll :\1001> on 1'
clinatiol All" 011 1', "..
it. of 
a
s. &tl!. SdS. :\I eri<li ;
. :\oon. 
. .'noll. :\l
I'io I'ul.. :;tar, 
- -- h", 
h 11th mh 1f/ hTnll o ,,, days h m 8 
, 
7 5t1 8 ]f, I
 3 27123 8 5 I. 1 Ev.UJ 6 
I 32 
I 1117 5
 H 4Ô 12 3 "Ij "3 3M t. I 2 ]4 t) t7 37 
o. _' 
1 107 5!- 10 !-<12 3 51. 
:! 5
 I
 :3. ] 3 \1 6 
:{ 4:! 
t 11 ï r:- IU 2
1 12 4 1 :!:! 5! ] 
 1. 1 4 II Ii H) 47 
t), 
t II ï 5; 10 4:! 12 4 I:! 

 48 5:1 5. ] 4 4
 tj 16 52 
I 1" ., 51j II 512 4 
:! :!:! 43 l ö.l 5 35 tj ]] 57 
- / 
-I 1:1 7 5ti II 2fi 12 4 
:! :!:! 36 5': 7.1 " :!
 I:i 8 2 
1 I-t 7 56 11 4!1 I
 4 4:! :!
 30 II' 8.1 7 )II I:i 4 7 
t 157 5fJ \1\)1"11 I
 4 51 :!:! 
:-{ 2\ 
. 1 7 [)
 {) o 1
 
I W7 5-1 II ] í 12 5 f' .,., 15 5! 10. I 8 M 5 56 lï 
,-- 
I Hi i ó-1 054 12 Ó f\ .,.) 8 1411.1 H 4:i 5 52 22 
1 17 7 úH L 31; I
 ó 1 Ii :!2 o 7 12. 1 10 iJ.) !j 48 27 
4 18 i 5:! 2 2!
 It 5 2:{ 
 1 51 3í 13. 1111 
; 5 4! 31 
.J 1
 7 ól Rise
 12 5 HI! :!1 4:! 4
 14. I 
I or.. !j 40 36 
I :!II i 51 8 :!
 12 5 3. :!1 3:-J 31 15.1 0 ]li 5 H6 41 
t 21 i 51 8 51 12 5 4a :! 1 2:-J 5.1 1 G. ] 1 H 5 32 46 
-t 
:! i 50 g 91
 5 4/'< :!] I" 51 17. I 1 4í 5 28 51 
" 
-I :!37 49 g 2:) 12 ó !):{tl 3 3
 18. ] 2 2
 5 21 56 
-t 
.J 7 4
 
.) 41 12 5 5. :W 5:! 51- In. 1 3 
 5 21 1 
I :!.:> 7 47 9 [,fi 12 6 I tll 4 1 5[1 '!O. I 
 4
 5 17 6 
4 tli 7 4ti 10 I:!1
 6 !):!tI 30 3' :!1. 1 4 t
 !) 13 11 
1 tï 7 41) 10 ß:! 12 6 7 :!II 18 41' :!t. I 5 11 5 9 ]6 
-1 287 44 \nM 12 6 \II :! 0 6 4 1 :!a. I 5 ,,- !) 5 21 
t). 
-I ;
II i 4:! 11 2!' 1:! 6 II I
 51 It; :!-t. I Ii 4
 5 1 26 
.J 
I ï 41 \loT"l 1 112 ß 12 I!I 41 2!' :!:). I 7 4,/ 4 67 31 
.J 
2 7 41\ o It 1
 6 I H 1!1 28 2! .!ti. 1 8 4:) 4 53 36 
.J a-t 7 H
 1 121'2 6 l:
ln 15 4 D.l 9 4
1 4 49 40 
.J :
:; j Hi 2 2ï 12 6 I:! 19 1 21 :!R 1 ltt !) 
 4 4!) 4-5 
-t ali 7 Hli 
t't!' 12 6 11118 47 1; '!9. 1 II 6';14 " 60 
-1 
i 7 H;I 8 101
 6 9 18 g:{ ] 0.1" EV.1)li t 
7 55 
t 
R ï :H R 
111 
 f) i I R 1 R 2(' 1.8 1 4
 t 
4 0 


Monthly mcan remper;Lture, Itveragc of 18 ye"r
t tii o 03. \1":ln V
I\1t:ity of the Wind, n.\"erage 
of 10 years, 4.53 miles. Aver:Jge depth of Ruin, 3,56t inches. 
[411] 



12 


AUGUST, 1859. 


Third Summer 1J.Ionth. 


-- --= 
 
'lj 
M008'S PII.\S}:S. à Toronto. Quebec. Twilight b",q. or ends, Semidio.ill. Pole Star. 
h 111 I h In 
 Toronto. IJllehec. G 
. 
.::, - rel1tclSt 

 
lrst Quarter... 
 1 0 
 amll 0 3b au\,::), Beg. i'.utl tí.:g. Enù Sun .\loon .Polar Eloll
n. 
o I< ull Moon....... ).) II I, allY I 4811m .\. \11. P. \11 .\. M, P. M 111Bta1lC\ Lat. 45 0 

 LIst Quarter... 21 8 :Waru 9 OUam--- - ______ 
- 
. New:\Ioon.... { 2í II 56 Pill..... '..... h m h 11/ I l 1ft h 1Tl I "' "0 , ,,:) , " 
I:!
 ............ () 27 lUll 12 48 9 2-l 
 2'-) 9 4í 15 4
 16 2í I 26 3
 
 2 23 
([ .\.p
gee ......... I: 0, i pm/I. 2 pm 1 I i (j 9 4 J 4ï f) 2::115 4!11u 451 21) 3L 2 2 21 
(( Pel'l(!'('e ......... 2, 4.7 am 5.2 1101 
1 ;J 2HI 8 
I:.
 í 8!iR 15 5115 46 I 26 28 2 2 ]8 


T.". Planet.. 


---- 
AUGUST 1ST. AUGUST 11TH. AUGUST 21sT. 
NAMK UP 
IJL\.
LT. .....1 '" On J 'Ier. On 'ler. On I ,,-,. 
IUIOCS. Z.
n. Rise
, Sets. )Ie,'i,!. Zen Rises. Sets. , Zen. 

 
rl . ,'Ii...t. di"t. )Iel"ld. d't 
t
 . 
h m J;-;;;- h-m 0 - - - () -,;-;;; 
 -,;-;;; 0- 
h m h f/l h III 
VenUM ......... 3 
H (1. 6 31j fill I 2 a '
1 8 3510 6 R
p L I 141/ 1t 0 4 H) (/ 6 
1]1 It 2:> w2i 1 
:Mars ......... 4 2!) t1 7 17 T 1 53 " :!;
 (j .J. 2:3 I: t) 5ï l' I] 4n a :!:) H 4 Ii (/ 6 ;J.") ,. I I 
ö al
7 1 
Jupiter 
 3.') a 5 5ù p 1 0 1
 II :!O 8 2 50 Õ 19" 9 42 fI "211 
. 13
a 44!p 9 R al
1 2 
Satm'n ..... ... f> 
o a 7431'031p :!6 4 4 t,') II i 4J. 1155 II !ü 8 .:1 12 tl 6 

 /. \1 20 a:
7 2 
Uranus. ...... 012(/ ;
 13]1 i 42 (/ J
 3 11301' 23.'), i 2 a :t! 
 to 5
PI 157 I' Ö 2-1: ,,1 2 2 2 


XOTE.-Tn the above T>thlt" a 8i!;nifie!l A. 'I.. and p P. l'tI. 

-- = 

 .... '
 TO
WXTO. QUEßEC. UPPER A'iiD WWER C.o\.
AD.\. 
.
 Day of 
's \Ve9k. 's ::!.tu Sun's <I's )l..un L
p,.r 
þ-, ;;. ðUIJ :-OUu I )luun <I .\1 
un .-;uu )100" ou Oediuatiol .\g-.., "n r"itll
it of 
_
 _ _ 
_ : , ll

 / ''' ''I ' h 
"LK / ' n ' ? h -'et

. t 'l o '
 
 lISe / " I' h 
ets. _
'::- ;'ieri,Jian. Xoon
. >0011 :\Ierid.. Pule Star. 
I' .." lit h Tn -,;-;;;-; 0---'-" d;;;;.
 -
 h--;;;-; 
1 )'Ilmday. .:!Ig! 4tï 2-1 1 85] U} -I: 4\17 8:! 851 \2 6 418 32:! t.!" 2 4í1 430 5 
2 Tues'IIlY . 
 1-1 ! 50 ì 2:! 9 I;j 4!J lJ t ! I i 31 9 II U 6 0 I i 4
 h 3. 8 ;J 2\1 4 2ö 10 
3 Wc,)nc,,;d'y
l.j4 51 ï 
I 9 3(;.).j 41 4:!7 30 9 a,.12 5 5ölï 3
 :
f; 4.8 4 17 4:!2 15 
4 Thunday. 
IG t 5:! ï toilO ] IH (J 1 H 7 :W 
 5:! 12 Ó 5117 IG -iti 5 f\ 5 5 -l \8 :W 
5 I 'FI'id:1 Y . .1Iï-1.>:;ì W'1O alili:J t.i4 4.")ï 2710 IHI
 54.)17 0 8
' 
j.8 :j 5
 4 14 U 
fj S:ttunl:1v. ll
 1 5
 7 I
ill Ii ,jS 
 t 41j ï :!Ij 11) 51 12 5 3
' 16 44 2] 7. 
 6 4!j 4 10 ;!9 
7 SU
DÚT.1I!
15:-)ï Will 5(1;0 
1-l4í7 toll I 
:{It 5 :{:{1l) 2; 41 8.B 7 8\
 4 634: 
8 
Lond:ty. .
llll .)li7 14')lorn ïL 34 4
7 t
\lorn It 52'-;\610 4.j 9.
 831 4 239 
9lTue,.;ùay .

1! 57ì l;
 U 4'1ïO 41 4!Iï 
I 0 :!312 5 lïI::) 5:{ 
!'IU.
 g;!ß 35844 
10 We,lne:sù'y:!:.t!t 5t\7 I:! 131:'ug 
-1 51ï I
 I :Hl:! 5 S.15 
I) 1:!11.
1II H Jl 5-t 49 
11 ThursclilY, :!
:-: I -1 5fJ 7 II 2 4\1lÎ! U -1 5:.! 7 18 2 2H 12 5 (t 15 18 all 12, f- 11 O:J 5U 5! 
12 Fl'icl:ty. 
M.:> ]7 9 3 4.')ÛU 615.17 It):
 311t 450 1 1:) 0 aHI3.
ll 453 41j 59 
U
 Sn.tul".'Iny. :!:!.\:> 2 7 8.Itise!' -l 5:) 7 15 [U:-:e
 12 4 41114 4
 2
 14. 8 \Iorn :
 4:{ 4 
14 
U
D.-\.y.:.!:!tj l ':> 3 1 7 61 7 2!t):j; 1 5lii I:i 7 3Hl
 42\114 2-1 !-II!).
 Û 17 Jl 39 8 
15 ;\lond:1.y..:l
j;; 47 4 1 7 4{j.jO
! 5ïi 11 i 4íI
 41f<lt 5 2t}16.8 I 8 3 :
:j 13 
16 Tuesllay .
:ll-\:) 57 3 8 4 U 'i -I: õ9i 9 8 312 4 61
 if) 371i.F I 4ï a:n 18 
Ii WerlllelSù'y:.!:.!\t
 ß7 2 8 2-1 ;{8
.;j 07 8 8 21112 3 M 1:1 27 
(j IR.
 2 27 a 27 2:J 
18 Th.ursd:ly.

II? 81
 r:018 4.J.

 I! .Ii {j 8 :{liI2 34013 8 18Hl.
 8 10 32227 
19 Fnù;ty. . . :...31..> {II') ,)8: 9 
:!/ 8..> 27 4 8!)!- 12 3 2712 48 5:l :.!I). P a 5
 3" 19 32 
20 Satur,l:ty.:!;.t!.:> 10\ö 5i , 9 5

3 (I.) 317 2 \}3112 3 H12:W 
:!l.
 441 a l:j 37 
21 
UND.\Y, 
a::.:> 11 () 5510 20 \!J 2.) 517 I 10 .) 12 2 5\112 9 1
 :!2. F 5 :
R 3 II 42 
2
 
Iond:ty. . :!:H I ':> 12 ti 5 t't 1 12 I (j ï.:> G I G 5!1 10 51j 12 2 4.t 11 49 !! 
3. P fj 3 
 Jl i H 
23 Tuesdl\Y. . :!:{!).j 13!) Õ:! I :\IOI'U I.j 
!.;j 76 i)j \Iorn 12 2 2.!\ 11 2R 5:-' :!1. f' ï 3:! 3 3 51 
2.:1 \V ednes,I'y :!;{fj:) 14 I) 50 0 l
 Ii :l.j 9 1 6 5.-) 0 ] 12 2) 1 II 8:lo 
!). f< 8 2.-\ 2 !j{l õ6 
2.') Thursd!ty. :!:
7.") 15 fj 4!1 ] a,j:!o 4!) 106 5,1 ] 2:! 12 I 5'310 47 511 :!6. P n 3
 2 56 1 
26 Fri.hy .. :.!:{
.j !Ii ,i 47 2 5f-d:j 
q 116 5.:! t 4t)12 1 41 10 2i 4 '!ï. 
 10 HI) :2 5.
 Ó 
27 SatUl.,l.IY. 
:
!I.j 171n 4,.) Set!:;. II 5.j I
I(j 50 
et
. 12 I 2 i 10 6 2:!R. 8 11 W! t .1R 10 
28 SU
D\Y.
111:\ 1
lfi 4.1 1 6 51 1S f).') H,û 4
 () õ
12 1 í {I 44 51i 0.51
v.2.") 2.:11]4 
2n I :\[on,hy. . \ t1 I :-) 
,I\fi 42: i U 
.) I> ') l'-J\ö 47 i I:! 12 0 ;")1) / !) 2-
 3.-) l.!í ) IIi 2 411 20 
aOITue",lay. .l-t:!! t11,j tq i 8: -)24') 17jô.J.,j i :
:!112 0 :{:! {I 
 II 2:i 2 (ì 
:H) 14: 


" 
I"".l'y_ 
_-l:
 j 2
.i :i!11 
 
,s ï .-) 1 H;li !
 J !)l, 
 2_
 Il R -10 ::;R 
.!) 2 .')fi t R2 :2 9 
ftlouthly m'?an 1"'
lIlper>lture. a\('ra
f1 of ] 8 yerrI's, (i(jO():2, ì\t4':ln Y <>loC'ity of the Wind, f!vcr:lge 
of' ],) YC,li'.s, 5.00 miles. AVC'1'IIC"c d('pth of Rilin, 2.807 inches. 
[412] 



FZ78t Fall Month. 


SEPTE:ðIBER, 1859. 


13 


I a: I ! Tu'iZight beg. or ends,! Semidiam. Pole Star. 
MOON'S PHASES. I 
 Toronto. Quebec. I 
A I 1 a; 
___1- ---- Þ-. Toronto I t,!uebec. G reatest 

 lieg..End 
h m 'h m A rleg,. hut! Sun :\1oon Polar Elonga. 

 First QUllrter... ... 3 10 47 pm 1] 19 pm .\.111. P. M. A. 111. P. 111, ùj"tance Lat. 45 0 
o Full Moon ......... l:! 3 ).hm 3 47am- 
 h m h:l
 - 

 Last Quarter ....."1 1 
 4 56 pm 5 28 pm h m I " o I II o I /I 
. New Moon. ......,2b 8 a8 nm 9 10 am ] .
 4] 8 IH'3 298 8115 54 15 46 1 26 24 2 2 12 
(( Apogee ............ 8 6.7 pm 7.2 pm 1] 3M 7 5
13 4618 i15 56 14 52 1 26 2] 228 
(( Perigee ............ 24 11. 7 am O. 2 pm 2] 4 1
 7 3414 574111559 lö Ii 1 26 Ii 222 
I 


The Planets. 


SEP'fEJIUER 1ST. SEPT.E
IBEH. 11TH. SEPTE:\lJHm 21sT. 
N Am:' OP Mer lI1er. On )ler. 
PL.HfET. On -IM
d 
Rise8. Sets. Jlerid. Zen Rises, Zen. Rises. Setø. JlIerid. 

't 
dl
t. erl . dist. 

 J;-;; -,;-;;; --0- h m -,;-;;; T;;; 0- -,;-;;; 
 h-:;;; C- 
Venus ......... 451 a 620p II 35 a 
2 0 517 a 6 91'111 43 a 36 5 542 a 557 p 11 49 a 4] 5 
?t1ars ......... 4 17 a 6 41' LlIU a 
g 4 411a 540p105õa 31 Ij 4 5 a 5151'1'040088 7 
Jupiter ......... I 1 8 u 4 fj, 837 a "!l 4 037 a 3 33 1'1 8 5 a :!1 b o 5 a 3 0]1 7 32 a 21 7 
S'ltUl'n .. ...... 34!a 5471' 1045 a "1.7 6 311a 5 IIp\W 11 a :!.7 !J 237 a 4 34 P 9 36 a 28 3 
Uranus ...... 10141' 1091' 54-1: a t2 I 9351' 0301' 5 4a ;!2 1 835p 11 51 a 4 25 a:!2 1 


!S 
 
,:: 1'OROXTO. QUEEEC. UPPER AXD LOWlm C,4XADA. 
0 
ëJ Day of >- 
Week. ..... 
un Sun's ([ '8 ;\Ioon Upper 
0 0 
I>. I>. bun ::5un )loou <I ill 
un Suu l.\loon on DeclinatioD A!I;e on Trau!.it of 
.f 0:: lUlieI-. Sets. Sets, V..D .tises. Sets. Sets. 'Ieridian. 
oon. N. :\:oon. }1erid Pole Star. 

 
- - -- -- ç
 h;;i hm 
, days h-ñ, 
h m h m h m 0 h m 11 h m 8 
1 Thursd3Y, 244 5 2
 6 3i 8 31 63 
 ) 1
 6 4118 1
 11 59 55 8 18 53 4. 5 3 4; 2 28 34 
2 Fridny .. :!45 .) 2-t 6 3G 9 5 67 t- .) 21 6 38, 8 51 11 59 36 7 51 3 5. 5 4 3
 2 24: 38 
3 SaturclflY. :!4fj 5 26 6 33 9 46 1 70 B .j 2:! 6 371 9 30 11 59 1 7 7 35 4 6. 5 5 3
 2 20 43 
4 SU
VAY. :!47 5 2i 6 81 10 35171 
 ,) 2
 6 35;10 18 11 58 58 7 12 57 7.5 6 26 2 16 47 
5 Monday. . :!48 5 28 6 2
1 11 3:! 70 
 .j 2;) 6 32 11 15 11 58 38 6 50 45 8.5 7 1
 2 12 52 
6 Tuesd3Y . 
4
J 5 2!J 6 2f- \lorn /6!J 1 .j 26 Ô 31 1 :\Iorn 11 58 18 6 28 26 9.5 8 2 2 8 57 
7 Wedneså'y :!50 5 3(' 6 25 o 3
 66 ) .j 27 6 291 0 18 11 57 58 660 10.5 8 57 2 5 1 
8 Thur
day :!51 5 3] 6 2':1 1 3.
) 62 I .j 2
1 (j 26, 1 24 11 57 3f< 5 43 28 11.5942 2 1 6 
9 Friday .. :!52 5 3:l 6 23 2 3957 4 j 30 6 25' 2 3] 11 57 ](j 5 20 51 12. 5 1 10 25 1 57 10 
10 Snturdny. :?53 5 38 6 21 3 41 52 ] .j 31 6 2;
 3 39 11 56 57 4 58 7 13.511 t 1 53 15 
11 RUND.-\Y. :!54 5 35 6 18 4 47 4:6 [, .j 3:! (j 21 4 43 11 56 36 4 35 HI 14, 5 11 4i 1 49 20 
12 
londIlY. . :!5!) 5 31j 6 Ii 5 61 .") 34 6 19 5 51 11 M 15 4 12 28 15.5 :\Iorn 1 45 24 
13 Tucsdny. . :!56 5 3i ß 15 Ri!'e
 ,H 2 j 35 ß Ii Rises 1] 55 51 3 49 31 lß,5 o I)" 1 41 29 
...1 
14 Wednestl'J' :!57 5 3H 6 13 6 4
 34 t .j 3i 6 14 '6 45 11 55 33 . 3 16 2ff 17.0 1 9 1 37 33 
15 Thursday. :!58 5 3!
 6 12 7 1
.h9 4 :> 88 j 13 7 5 11 55 12 3 3 24 18.5 1 52 1 33 38 
16 Fridl\Y. . . :!5
J 5 40 6 
 7 4]:!t Ü :) 3H f.j 11 7 30 115450 2 40 15 19.5 2 39 1 29 42 
17 Sflturdny . :!6f1 5 41 6 E' 8 li:W 4 .j 40 6 9 8 40 11 5! 2!J 2 17 4 :!0.5 3 20 1 25 47 
18 SU
DAY . 261 5 426 ti 9 517 E, "} 416 7 8 40 1164 8 1 53 4!j 
1. 5 4 24 1 21 51 
19 :\Iomlny. . :!ö2 5 43 (3 410 416 ] ") 436 5 9 4i 11 53 47 1 30 32 :!2.5 5 2H 1 17 56 
20 TuesdflY. . 263 5 4f> 6 211 16 16 [, .j 4
 6 311 1 11 53 2C 1 7 12 :!3.5 6 23 1 14 0 
21 W ednesd'
' 
64 5 46 Ij 1 Morn 18 
. :) 41) 6 ] :\Iorn ]1 53 I) o 43 5] :!4:.5 7 2'1 1 10 [) 
22 Thursday. 2ß!j 5 4; :) 5f' o 33 :!3 (I .") 47 ;; 58 o 21 11 52 44 o 20 28 
.).5 8 2
 1 6 9 
23 Fridny. . . 
6(j 
 4
 5 5i 1 53 :!8 C, .j 41< .j 57 1 45 11 52 23 S. 2 J)C :!6.5 9 18 1 2 13 
24 Satnrc1nv . 
ßï 5 49 :) 55 3 Hì :H 
, ") 4
 .) 55 3 Ü 11 52 2 o 
6 2
 :!7.5,lO 11 o 58 18 
25 SUNDAY. :!ßR 
 50 .j 5::J 4 36 41 
. .j 51 .) 52 4 33 11 51 4
 o 49 48 :!8. 5 11 2 o 54 22 
26 Monday. . 
6!J !; 52 :.; 51 Sets to (, .j 02 ;j 51 Sets 11 51 2:! 1 13 IS :!9.5'11 52 o 50 26 
27 Tucsdny. , 
70 5 53 :j 50 6 2:)5 f .j 53 .') 4Ç) 6ó6 11 51 1 ] 37 3f 1. 1 Ev. 43 o 46 31 
28 \Vedne!o'd'v 271 5 54,.) 47 6 gO 1)1 4 .j 54 .j 4i 6 19 11 50 41 2 0 3 2. 1\1 34 o 42 35 
2g TbUrSd3. Y .'f72 17 551:} 46 7 ] f>6 ( .jóf) .j 45 6 48 11 50 22 I 2 2-1: 27 3. 1 2 2; o 38 40 
80 Fridny . , 273 15 57:) 41 17 40 ßÇ) 3 I:) 5; !) 43 7 2ß 11 50 2 2 46 4!.1 4. 1 3 22 o 34 44 


NOT!:.-Jn the above Table a signifips A. 11., and p P. :\1. 


l\Iont!lly mean Tempel'nture, average of 18 yenrs, 58 0 07. .1\lcfln Yelocity of the Wind, average 
of 10 years, 6.32 miles. Avcrnge depth of Rain, 4.333 inches. 
[4]3J 



14 


OCTOBER, 1859. 


Second Fall JJIonth. 


MOON'S PHASES. i. Toronto. Quebec. Twilight beg. or end8, Semidiam. Pole Star. 
.. 

 .n 
--- 2 'l'III'uutll. t.Juebec. UI eutetst 
h m hm " II"". 
ll II fi<g "1]o;ll<1 Sun 
IOOl, Polar Elollga. 
f) First Quarter ... 3 3 I4pm 3 47 pn -

.

. lho tUllce LI
t. 45 0 
a FuJI 
lUUll ...... Il 6 31 pm 7 6 pI' - - -- --- 

 La:;t t.JulLl'ter '" I
 U 25 lUll o 57111 h 1ft It lit h m,1t 1/ I 1/ I I/O I 11 0 I /I 
. New ,\luun ... ... .,!..> 7 15 am 7 4711.1 1 4 2:! j I to- .. lil7 2 6 ] 15 1!/ 1 26 I4 2 1 58 
([ Apt.gee ............ 6 9.7 pHI to. 2 0.1 ,-I 34 1 t. t 3:n '-I t) 415I:!1 26 II 
 I 52 

 Pel'lgee ............ L
 6 - 7. :! .1 -l 4u ti 4-1 t 4i/6 4. ,6 jll:) 
. , pill 111 1 ï 1 26 I 
 I 47 


The Planets. 


OC'l'UB.I.at 1t1T. 


OC'fUBlm 11TH. 


OC'l'OllJo:R 218T. 


NAMEIIF 


Rises. sets. , 
l
l
d' l ;
"
: Rises. &ts. M Of! d I 

e
': I I !Uses. &ts. Un 

:: 
dlst. en. di
t. Merid. di!';t. 
I 

h-;;;-Õ-
-h-;;;--Y;-;;;-O-T;; h m 
 0- 
Venus ......... 6 
4a 546pH55ut5 8 632u 5;
21' 0 2pG9 81 659(J 520p ClIO} .j5 6 
M:l
::! ......... 3.'>
tL 45Up1lU2-1a l :16 3 35:!u 424} 10 Ha38 8, 346,/ 358} 952utl 3 
Jupiter ......11;Wp :!;!õr l ()5Hu2:! U l lOM), 15U, 62-1022 2 1 10:!Op 1lal' 54Hu22 3 
SI
tul'n""""' 1 2 ?u 4 "2p 
 
u,
H Ö 12!lu 3"211' 

õa28 
l 054u 244/. 74\-1ut
 2 
UI'III1U,- ...... SI:)}111 IIp 34
t12t 2 73.,)}' (1)31" iJ 6"t
 2' 61)5}' \-1501/ 
2;)(/2t 2 


PLA:IIt;T. 


NUTr:.-ln tb" Ilhovt\ 'flllJl" U slgnln"s A. -'1., liUt! p P. 31. 


j 
 TORONTO I Q UPPER AND LOWER CANA()A. 
.... Da\, of... L . UEBEC. 

 Wèek. ':; 
uu Sun's I ([ 't' 
loon UppAr 

. ;' 
U1J 
uu "luuu (! "11 ':'UI. ':'UI. -'loon on lJ..clmlltiOl' Ag.. un 'I'rll"..it of 
A _ 
 IUs"... ;;et
. &ts Z 
I JUse.. 
... 
el
 Meridillu. 
oun,l:5. 
()() IJ "",id: "ule ::'tur. 
h lit h 71t h 111 0 I h 1/. h 710 h 71t h m. Ii 0 I II duy
 h 7ft h m lJ 
1 
;)t.urday 
7!5 5i.j 4
 8 2:iO 95 5! ") 4. 8 lUI1 494'1 310 9 5.1 4 16 U 30 48 
2 ðU
V.\Y 
í.)i') 5!:i,j 41 g
:! ïl 1'6 t") 3' g 6 11 4
 2
 3 3'J 28 6. I 5 11 U 26 52 
3 \llJllday. 
itjlß lJ.j;3H 10 :L d
 71f.) ]") 3
 iO i 11 49 5 3 56 4:1 i.) I:i :1 0 :!
 57 
4 l'uesdIIY.. 

76 1
 

]] 
j
! 
16 :. 
 
' 11 1
l] 484; 4 19 5i H.] 65:! 0 19 1 
5 tV eJue",.I'., 
'816 2..> 3:.> 
Iorll o.
 6 1 6 4) 3: \(0.'11 1 I 48 2! 4 43 6 g.] 7 3h 0 15 Õ 
6 l'huI"!HII1'y 
iH16 3.j 31 0 31' :,\J 116 i") 31 0 I
 11 48 I:! 5 6 1210.] 8 "./ 0 11 9 
7 l
rl,lny. 
81J 6 4.j 31 I 3-1 :,t U,6 í") 2! 1 2i II 47 5-! 5 29 ]41I. 1 9 4 0 7]3 
8 ';Ittunlay :816 5.j 3, 2 3î -18 66 t- -, 2. 2 3ij]] 47 37 552 ItI2.\ 94-1 0 3 17 
9 .;U
V.\Y :R
 (j i.j 2f< 3 4,) t
 8il) Ie ",:!. 
 3!t 11 47 21 6 l.j 5JI3.] 10 
{, Evening. 
10 .\Iuwhy. 
8:1 6 
.,):!7 4 4-! iJ7 0,6 1 i j 2: 4 If1 I 1 47 5 6 37 53 1 14. \ II 5 \1 51 31 
11 l'ue:;.lay 
8.16 !J.j 2j 4 51i31 3'6 1:..") 2, 4 :1all 46 4
1 7 03715.111 5U]] 4735 
11 ,V etllle",r., :H.-,tj Ill.') 2:, Rise!' \6 1- .", l! t 5111 41:) 3
 7 23 1<1 lö. 1 Moru ]I 4:3 39 
13 fhul.:,;tl'l) :Xfi I) l:!.j:n 5 4fi 26 ] 6 ]f ., ]: Ltisel5 11 45 21 7 4:j 45 1 17.) tI 3; 11 39 43 
14 
'I'i.1I1Y, :Hi 6 l
:, 211 6 21 
I 7:6 11 ") 11 6 711 46 I, 8 8 !J ]8.) I 2ö 11 35 47 
15 -;
ltU..JI\\' :H8 ö 14.j It' 7 4 18 4 1 6 h ') 1
 6 óO 11 45 5:.. 8 30 2
 J
.] 2 20lJ 31 61 
It) ..;U:'ìID.\\" 
H!16 If,j lfj 8 (Jllj 5,6 H'") 1: 7 41111 45 
!, 8 52 3
12U.) 3 ]
11 2755 
Ii \Ion,hy. :HII(j Iti.') If) 9 5111 4 , 6 21 ") 11 8 Gllll 45 2; 9 H 4
':!1.1 4 11-11 :!4 0 
IS fUe8chlY :
H{j It'.') 1:
10 21:1816 2:...j t-IO 61145]i 
 36 a8:!:!.] 5 );1] 20 4 
1
 ,Veduesù' 


 6 un 11 11 3H:ll 6 1 6 2:'") í 11 2!' 11 45 4 9 58 2ti :!::l. I 6 Fill 16 8 
20 rhur,.;dl
\' 
!1:i6 2u.j !J \lorJI :.W 5 1 6 2: j [; \101'11 )I 44 5
 It) 20 õt4.] 7 1011 12 12 
21 F,'i(!.,v: 
H4 6 2].'} f 0 '55 iJ2 4 1 6 :!I") 4 0 4!! 11 44 4:- IU 41 35 :!5. \ 8 :! d 8 16 
2:! 
at'l1r'
1ay 
n5 f.j 2:! Õ t, 2 )Ii :19 0;6 2
") :; 2 I:! 11 44 3:', 11 2 55 
fi. 1 8 5X 1] 4 20 
2a 
U
U.\Y 
H1itj 2-1;) 5 3 31-t!) 86 2
 'ó! :3 3111 442\ 11 24 ö:!i.] \l 4\11 023 
2J \lolUlay :!'i62{j,j 3 4 4{j.j2 5 1 6 31 '5
 45] 11 44 H I] 45 6:!H.] IU 31'10 56 27 
2:) \'ul'8dny :!U
 11 2i i} 2 
ets. :18 6 1 6 3:. J 51 
et8 11 44 1 I I:! 5 54 :!
. 1 II t1 10 52 31 
2{i \\'e.lue:;.I. :ml () :!
.) 0 4 57 tj
 8 1 6 3:' '5
 4 4'; 11 44 i It 26 33 n.; Ev. 13]H 48 34 
2; rll1l1'Stlll
: ;1111 1 6 . ' 2
1 t 5
1 5 a It)i 7 (j a4 I 5: I) 21- 11 44 'I:! 47 0 1. í I t'1O 44 38 
2f1 F..illllY :111 tj au 4 5P 6 1; iO 26 al" 'ó: 6 :! 11 48 õ:' l:i 7 16 :!. i 2 a III 40 42 
2H 
lltUl.,la\' :II:.! I) 8:! -1 51i 7 1/1 iO 9 6 3
 '51 6 5:' 11 43 51 13 27 18 3. i 2 5\1]H H6 46 
311 
U
D.Ù :O:
 \ f) :3:1-15:) 8 
liO 26 H!' 4' 7 MIl 48 4ï IJl47 7 4.; 
 ó:iW 32 49 
31 \I'anhv, :n-tfi 
14 f):
 9 l
))R If) 41 J 4; R 1)
'11 4S 4!'- 14 64t 5.; 4 4-110:l
 53 


}lonthly 1IlI'Im Temperlltul'f', averl1/!c of 18 yel
r!i, 4õ o :!0. Mt'l\n Velocity of' the Wind, H.Veulge 
of 10 yea!"!>, 5.50 miles. Average depth (If Rain ø.nd melted Snow, 2.803 inches. 
r 4H l 



Third Fall lJIonth. 


NOVEl\IBER, 1859. ø 


15 


o 



loo.s's PHASES. '1J Toronto. Quebec. 'Twil(gltt beg. or ends,! Semidiam. Pole Star. 
::=> 
.:5 I I 
f;. '[' UI'IIII(.\I, llUdJec'l G- 
---- _ J'elltest 
h m h m .5 Ueg. 1'.:1111 Ueg. .Eud Sun I 
loon 
olflr ElolIgll. 

 Fir:4 Qun.rter ... 2 11 1 am II 33 am A. M.:P. M. A. M. P. ltl. l dlstanct' Lat. 450 

'ull Moon... ...... W 8 47 lUll 9 2011111 -- '-:;"-;:' h: ;;:r;--;; --
-
r--;-;-' ;--;-;, 
<t Llt8t Qulu.ter...... L7 7 48 alii 8 21 aID . I 
. 
ew Moon......... .!4 8 2.) am 8 57 am 1
5
62
qf)
}281161{)1453126 22 141 
(( Apogee . ... ...... 3 4. 7 fl,m 5. 2 a.m II ') LU 6 1 t{ 5 I;. ) 16.16 12 15 51 I 25 591 t 1 35 
(( Perigee ...... ...... It) 2.7 pm 3.2 pm 21 i 21 6 10 5 2L! i 8: 16 14 15 5tH 25 55 2 1 31 


Tile Plancts. 


NOVE:.\IßER 1ST. 


NOVE:\IßER 11TH. 


NOVE
IßER 21ST. 


X'I.:IIE 01' 
l'LA..11ET. 



 
 
 
 
 
 
Rises. Sets. :.\Ierid. 
f.o;
: Rises. Sets. )lerid. 


. Rises. Sets. Mend. 
;..
: 
-- h m --,;-;;;- 
 0 h m h Tn h m 0 h m h m h-; --0- 
Venus ......... 727a 5]
p 020p:>0 3 756u 5 6p OalJ7t53 i 822u 5 i}' 044p(j6 3 
Mars ......... 338 a 330 p 934 u U 9 a 31 0 3 4 P 9] 8 u 
ö 4 324 u 239}. 9 1 (/ -18 9 
Jupiter ...... 939p 032p 5 7(/!.2 4 9 Op115
u 42gu
2 4 8
W}lll14u 34911:!2 3 
SatuJ'Il ......... 0 15 a 2 3 p 7 9 11 
9 4 ] I 35 p ] 25 P 6 il2 a 
9 f.I I IO 5i p 0 4;], I) 54 u 

 7 
U.....I1IlS........ 611p 9 5'1. 141)o
J 2 5
lIfI 8i.Ju 0!)9u
2:l 449p 7430 OI8u
t 4 


NOTE.-In thð above Table a ,,\gl1ifies A. M., and p P. M. 


í 
 TORONTO. I QUEBEC. UPPER AND LOWER CA
ADA. 
:; D'!y of .... " 
'õ \h,'ek. 0 ::<un I ðl.l.U II <I .. I .\10011 I LJ 
'J.!t'r 

 :ï' Suu' ;:lUll Muuu Cl )1. ''''''1.1. 1 ðUIJ :\1.'on on Declination Ajlt! on 'l'nll.u..it of 

 __ 
 f Use... SetH. I 1"1'11<. Z. O. Ric...... Settl . Sets 
1t'I'idian. 1 Noon, S. 

., Mend. l'01e 
tar. 
h III h m h m 0 I^ IlL " m h In h Tn 3 I 0 , "daYII h 111 It m 3 
1 Tuesdll.Y . aO!) 6 JJö 4: 51 10 Ii 6-1 9 6 4:
 4 4:) 10 ö 11 43 4:J] 4 26 {} ti. 7 5 32 10 25 00 
2 Wellne:;ll"y
{)t)6 374 5011 2
ljO i6 4114 4.J1I 14 1 )] 42 4:h4 4:> 15, 7,7 6 17 1 10 21 4 
8 l'h ur:5ùltY . ani 6 :J8 1 4 4H Morn :)5 
 ti 4.'):4 48 
1 oru 1 1] 43 4:!] 5 4 I () 8. 7 6 6!-J lU 17 7 
4 (o','i1hty .. aUH t5 41n 47 0 t5!)1) ; ö 47 1 4 41 U ] H 11 48 4a
 15 :!
 4
 R 7 7 J3H 1 1O 13 ] L JIJ,{. Ju. 
Ó 8atur,I'lY. HU
 6 41 -1 46 1 2ö";; ) (j 4\-14 3!-J I 241] 43 441]5 41 ];J 10. 7 8 2íJ 10 9 15 d 
 - 
6 SU
[)Ay'
l()6 4
t 4.') 2 3Ha9 3650'438 2 :Jon 43 W.]5 59 2111.í 9 110 519 c,.lJ 
7 )]oIlÙ:lY.. ;
1l6 4.J4 44 3 3.J:l
 61) 1)
14 :16 1 3 3il11 43 4n'lö 17 1-1 I
.; 9 4
 10 I 23 ,fn,f. oJ 
8 Tuesda.y .31:!6 454 43' 4 41:!8 :!ö õa:4 3;') 4 48.11 4a E)3'16 34 4
" nt 710 20 1 !) 57 27 d V . 
9 \Ve1Ines,l'y31:-J6 464 4
15 51
a 36 5-1:434 6 U I ]] 4::l5816 5
 814.71l18 
 5:130 J..- 
10 ThUI':511ay.a . 146 474 41 Rise:s Ö 5'ij4 3:t I Rise:-o 11 44 3:17 91011).7:\1111'11 1 94934 C;-{..I. 
11 FriIJ:ty... a 1;") 6 4H 4 40 5 1 
 9 5 ö 5ï 4 3] 4 46 11 44 10,17 25 54 1 t) 7 0 12 9 45 38 
1:! 
lltUl',ht.Y. Hlö6 5114 38 5 5:117 J Ii 5
14 31 5 a(j'lI 44 It),l; 4
 
1 Ii 'i 1 10 9 41 42 
13 
U:-WAY.ali6 5:.! 1 4 3716 571657 (1\4 :!!f 6 4dll 44 2.")11; 2R 
!f IH 7 2 IO! 9 37 45 
141'll1ncl,tY. .al8ö 634 36 8 1117 67 1 \ 4 
8 1 ; 57111 4-1 8-1:18 14 I
 HI 7 3 ]1 1 9 3;
 49 
15 'I'uc8dIIY. . ;'U\f16 5
 1 Ôtjl 9 1t'-:!O 77 24 2i 9 1711 44 4l:18 29 4
:.!\I 7 4 )] 9:m 53 
16 Wedne:i.]'YH:W l li 554 
!)'10 4tit5 17 41-1 :!.)IHI 38 1 1 1144 55 1 18 44 !)
j:!1 í 5 Ii tf 25 57 
Ii Thur"dlly.:
:t16 574 ô;
\I,'rll 
f) 77 6 1 4 :U,ll 5
11 45 öl8 5

 51"!.:!.; !) M
 I 
 2
 0./....,[,,1 
11'\ F,.j1Iay. . . 
:!"!. fj 584 3:!1 0 :Hi I' 7 ; 4 2
 
1(lJ'II 11 45 H
,l!-J It tl X. j 6 4
 g 18 4 c;l c: 
19 s'l(Url)nY';
"!.
 1 7 O
 a:! I 1$.J3 Iii 9 1 422 1 J7111 4;' 3
19 t8 81:!.J; 7 a6 914 8 
20 
lINtHy.a"!.-J7 ] 
 811t 3::'")0:!7 1114 21 2 3J,11 41) 4tiitf 4:! to:!!). i 
 24 
 10 11 
2] \l1\[\lI:lY. .:
:!:,7 2430 1 3 4tj1)fj 
7 11421 a 5:!11J 46 I]
 5:j 47:!H.i 9 I
 9 615 
2i Tlh
:-Oll:ty. .:t!fi I 7 34:W !) 1
1 t-7 13 1 4 20 I) ]1) 1 11 4ß 1;211 8 5'L:!i ilO R 9 2]9 
23 Wt'flrlt'sd'Y:
:!iI7 4-1 t!! ß 1;\1)1) 2i 1.1:4 19 62;11 4fi 3al
W 21 ali:!
. j I() l)!) Po 6
 22 
24 Thur'sd:ty. H:!R I 7 (j 
 2
Ù
et
 1i9:!; 15 1 4 lR 
t'U!. 11 46 51 ;20 

 51i t
}, ; 11 óO fI f)4 :!5 
25 Frillav . ,;t

17 ; 4 2; 4 6R70 77 174 18 4 42111 4j!
'20 45 5.) I 1 1-:'11.46 
 50 29 
2ti g'ltur',fny. ;{
1) 1 7 8 1 4 2; 5 !)'-,;II 67 1 R.4 17 6 4n:]1 4; 2i:W 5; 2f' . 2. 1 1 41 fo\ 4t) 3
 
27 
U
D.\ V. 
:'H; 1O.f :.!fi 6 Jj
 H
 07 ]9 1 4 If} 6 4.]] 47 4721 8 a9 !l. 1 2 
4 
 4t :l6 
28 \IOIIII/1V. .;
:

17 1014 2lj 8 :
n6 ] 1 ; 214 16 7 51]] 4R i
1 Ig :!ß 4.] 3 24 
:J8 50 
29 Tue:-ot!l{y. H

;7 11 1 4 :W, 9 i Ii"!. 
 7 2
 4 15 8 5911 4
 28:!1 29 4
 5.] 4 10 B a4 43 
30 \V e.tnes,I.....\H:H,ï PH 2.) 10 11:)í 7 ï t:H 15,10 5,11 48 1)1),21 
!) 46 6. 1 4 ó:
1 Po ao 4 7 
J.lonthly lIlell.n Temper:uure, :tVCl'ltge of ] 
 Yt'urs, Hfi o fj2. Me:l.n Ve1 0 city of f.p Win.f. average 
of 10 year8, 6.8J miles. Average depth of Rain and melted Snow, 8.268 inches. 
[416] 



16 


..DECEl\IBER, 185V. 


First 1Vinter ilIonth. 


Mom,'s PH....SES. I
' Toronto. Quebec. Twilight beg. or end8, Semiùiam. Pole Star. 
A 
-- -- 00 
h m h m 
. 'I'orunto. Quebec. Sun IMoon Un:atel:!t 

 First Quarter ... 
 8 32 am 9 4am ;5 ""g. .uu ""grUd Polar Elonga. 
o Full 1\1oon ... ... 
 9 5:> pili to 27 pm :. :,
:' ::. ::.: I <listancl' 

 Last QUllrter ... Il 3 58 pIll 4 30 pili Lat. 45 0 
New Moon........r' o 30 am 1 2 11m --;-;;1-;-;; o I I :> I " 
(( Apogee ............ j 1. 7 am 2.2 am 1 . 31 6 7õ 3ilr 3 16 1614 4
 1 25 5:.: 
 1 26 
(( Perigee ............ 1 
 8.'7 pm '9.2 pm 11 .) 40 6 7 5 45 6 2 1617161! 1 2'> 4! 
 1 23 
(( Apogee ..........., it 9.7 pm 10. 2 pm 21 :j 47 Ö 10,5 5:! ß õ 16 1815 2i I :!
 47 .
 1 20 


Thlj Planets. 


DECEMBER 1ST. DECE)IBJm 11TH. DECEMBER 21sT. 
NAME OF On .\It!I', 
PLA...'1ET. Rises. Sets. Rises. Sets. 
 lAW' On Mer. 
Merid. 

!I
: . Zen. Rises. Sets. Zen. 

 dist. !tlerid. dist. 
. h m h m 
o- h m h m h m 0 -y;-;;; Tm" 
 0 
Venus ......... 841j a 516p IIp 67 8 9 10 529p lI5p,68 Û 9 90 õ50p 130 1' 67 0 
Mars ......... 3170 218p 8 45 al51 3 3110 14
p 8 29 a 53 ti 3 40 124p 814u .:>5 8 
Jupiter... ...... 7 ;J
 p to 33 a 3 8 a,
2 
 655 1' 9 5
0 2 21) 0 1 22 ] 610p 9 9 tI 142LJ :H 9 
Saturn... ...... 1O]9p o 8p 516 a'29 7 940p 11 30 0 4 37 0(29 7 859p 10 50 (J 357 (. :!9 6 
Uranus......... 4 8p 7 1 a 11 a3 p!2
 fj 3 2
p Ö 20 a 10 52p 22 t; 247p 5380 10111 :!2 6 



 


l\oTE.-In the above 1'I\ble a signifies A. 111. and p P.lII. 


.... 



 
Day of 
 
Wt;ek.. 'ë: Sun Sun's <I's I ?!loon -U pper 
;;- 
Ull :'UIJ 
loou <I lI-l. Sun I 
uu I !\loon on Dedinlltion Age on Tllillslt of 
A lth;es. Sets. 
 
 Uises. Sets. 8t!ts. MeridIan. l\;oon, S :. 
OOI
.' 
lelÌd . 
 lt! Star. 
h m h m h m 0 h m h m h m h m 8 0 I "days h m h m 8 
1 Thursday. .'J357 1142411 135277 254 14:11 
tl] 49 1221 4919 7.1 534 82651 
2 1 ' Friday. . . ;{:{6 7 15 <1 2-1 Morn 47 2,7 26' 1 4 13 1 1Morn 11 49 35 
l 58 26 8.1 6 J4 8 22 54 
3 Saturday. ;{377 164 24 0 154] 6 1 7 274 13 0 1311 49 ófl22 7 10 9.] 6 55 8 18 58 
4SUNDAY.;3;3
ïI742" lUH56728412121115023:!21526]0.1 73'" 8151 
\ 5 Monday. . :3:3
' 7 ] 8 4 24 2 24 30 4 1 7 29 1 4 1 
 2 2
 11 50 4f 22 23 17 1 11. 1 8 HI 8 11 Ó 
6 Tuesdny . :HOi 194 24 2 3025 57 3(14 12 3 3711 5] ]3
2 30 42l2.1 9 í 8 7 8 
71 Wedne8d'J :Hl 7 204 2
 4 3322 17 32/4 12 4 5ü 11 5] 3822 37 40 1 13. I 9 68 8 3 12 
8j T
ursday. :H
 7 
! 4 
:
 
 55 18 0,7 32:4 1
 
 711 52 .ó:l2 44 12,14.] 10 5
 7 59 :!õ 
9 1 FrIùay .. Mt
 7 224 2.) RIses 16 6 1 7 34 1 4 1.. RI
es 11 ó2 3] 22 50 17115. I 1] 5h 7 55 19 
10 SaturdRy.:H47 23428 442 7344]2 4 2till 525"'22555416.] Morn 7 51 22 
11 SUNDAY.:H57 24,123 5 ó517 17 3G I 4 1
 5 4t;]1 63 2ß23 1 517.1 059 7 47 25 
12 MondRY. .H4tj7 254 23 7111957 3ö l 4 12 7 lÜ11 5354:!3 54918.] 2 ] 74329 
13 Tuesday., 3477 254 2-1 8 342:3 Ül7 3ïl4 12 8 25 11 54 2
:l3 10 519. 1 2 5\1 7 39 32 
14 Wednesd'J :
-18 7 264 24 9 5
 
9 1 1 7 3814 I:! , ' 9 4i 11 54 51 23 13 53120. 1 3 64 7 35 36 
15 Tbursday. :HU 7 27[4 24 11 835 3 1 7 4014 1:l11 (j 11 55 1923 17 13121. I 4 45 7 31 39 
16 Friùay. . ' :3507 28,4 24 
Iorn .u 97 40 1 '4 12 1 
lorn 11 55 MI 
3 20 6 1 22. 1 5 34 7 27 42 
Ii Saturùl1Y. 35] 7 28'4 25 0 2318 47 414 ]2 0 24 J1 56 ]823 22 3023. 1 6 22 7 23 46 
18 SUNDAY. 3:")27 29'425 1 3fl
t 67 41 1 4 18 1 4111 56 4F-
3 24 2724.1 7 
I 7 1949 
19 )Ionday. .3537 30'4 25 2 2960 2:7 41 4. la 2 57 11 57 ] í 
3 25 ó51
5. J 7 5
1 7 15 52 
20 Tuesday . ?oM 1 304 25 4 864 9 1 7 424 14 4 1211 57 4i t3 26 55j26. 1 8 4
1 1 7 11 56 
21 Wednesd'y 355 7 314 26 5 It 68 37 4214 14 5 2{j 11 58 Ii 23 27 2ü , 27. J 9 41 7 7 59 
2
 Thursd'1Y. 35fi 7 31 4 26 6 2:! ïO 37 43 1 4 15\ 6 3L 11 58 48 
3 27 30\28. 1 10 37 1 7 4 3 
23 Friùay .. 
5ï 7 3
 4 27 Sets. 7 I 817 44 -1 ] 5 Sets. I] 59 1 f 
3 27 4 29. J 1] 41 7 0 6 
24 Saturdny. 3587 324 2; 4 4569 7 1 7 4414 16 4 SO 11 59 4f. 23 26 10 O. ó E-v. 2:) 6 56 9 
25 SuNDAY. 3,")
7 33 1 '4 28 ó 49 1 67 3:7 4514 Hi ó 3712 0 11- 
3 24 49 1. 6 1 Ib l 6 62 1
 
26 Monday . 360 7 334 :l9 6 65 63 87 45 4 17 6 4. 12 0 48 
3 22 69 2. Ó 2 4 6 48 16 
27 Tuesday. . 3öl 7 3a ! 4 30 1 7 5859 5'7 4ü;4 Ii 7 51 12 1 If. 
3 20 41 3.5 2 4fi 6 44 19 
28 Wednes(l'y Hß2 7 33 1 4 30 9 154 6,7 4ü' , 4 19 8 51 J 2 I 4723 17 53 4. Ð 3 30 6 40 22 
29 Thursday. 363 \ 7 33 4 3
 10 349 27 4.),4 uno 2 12 2 1723 14 3fJ 5.6 4 11 6 36 26 
30 Friùay. . .3647 33 1 4 33,11 543 77 45,4 21 11 Ð 12 2 41; 
3 10 56 6. ó 4 60 6 32 29 
81 Sltnrùay. 3657 344 33,l\Iorn 38 1,7 45 , 4 21 ;\I01'D 12 3 1523 6 46 7.6 5 30 6 28 32 



 

 

 
.... 
c 

 
E. 


TOnO:KTO. 


QUEBEC. 


UPPER AND LOWER CA
 ADA. 


.... 'I 


_24" 
_ 2/ 
- , 
..,.ð' 


MontLly me:m Tempemturc, average of 18 yellrs, 2(3035. Mean Velocity of the Winù, average 
of 10 yeu8 7.6! miles. Average depth of Rain and melted Snow, 3.040 inches. 
[416] 



1859..] 
. 


OUR CALENDAR. 


17 


OUR CALENDAR. 


Some months back, an anonymous letter, Jiigned "OBSERVER," appeared in the columns of the Muntreal (}a.;:dú, 
charging the Atitronomical portion of our C.!NADIAN AL!rANAC with gross blunders and absurdities. The ignorance. 
displayed by tbil3 soi.disant ., Ob
rYer" is so ridiculous and childish as to render Lis remarks hardly worth our notice ; 
and, Indeed, we should have pas8ed the matter over in silence had Rot our attention been more than once called to tb
 
critique by letters from many friends both in C.mada and the United States. It is also very pOBsll1le that pome persou." 
may have beard that objections have been made to this department øf the Almanac, without knowing what these 010. 
jections were, and as they ale moreov
r put forth by "Observer" with an air of self-assurance calculated to mislea.i 
those uuacqua :nted with the Bub,;pct, we hllve determined to publish his letter, and append a few explanatcry remark'. 
which may prevent others from falling into similar errors. 
To tlle Editor of tke .Montreal Gazette. 
SIR,-I wi
h to draw, through you, the attention of lIIessrs Maclear & Co., of Toront.o, to a series of errors of great 
ma:;u.itude which run throughout the whule of their astronomical calculations., as 
iven in their .. Cana,liun AimaDdc" 
tor 1858. 1 t is alleged that these calculations are made "expressly !oJr this publication at the Provincial Ubservatory at 
Toronto." I can scarcely imagine this to be the case, else so gross a series of err. ,rs could scarcely have booo committcd ; 
or, if the reality be !Snch, there must have been some egregious oversight. My attention has been drawn to the fact, 
in attemptin.! to e8tabli8h a mean local time for the endiug of the Solar Eclipse of this morning; and I thought, that as 
so much space was devot.ed in fu.i
 Almanac to astronomical calculations and data of various kinds, that I would have 
experience.! but little difficulty in coming to m.v conclusion. But I never was 110 miseralJly di
llppointed. Thus I tiud 
(accordin.!; to this Almanac) that the sun rises and sets on this day in Quebecanù Toronto at prl!cisdy t1le same moment 
of timc, viz : 6 0 1:3' for former, and 6 0 13' fvr the Iattec; and that the moon Iises in I.>oth l'llices a
 preci
ely the same 
moment, viz: 6 0 3u'. 
Now the longitudes of Quebec, :Uontreo.t, and Toronto, aTe respectively 288 0 4-11', 286 0 4-1' 286 0 23', and 250 ù a9' 
al'b : 
or, liS usually set down, il 016' for the tlrst, no 35' for th'J second. and 79 0 21' for th9 t1lird, We.t, e'{hioitin
 a longi- 
tudin:&1 dilrerence l.l<Jtween the first and h\st cities, or Quebec and 'forooto, of 8 0 5 de
rees; and 88 every 15 degret'!; <jl 
lou
itude are approximately e'luivalent to onl' hour of time, thQ. sun ought to rise in QUlJbec thirty-two minutes and 
thirt.r-three st:conds (or approximately so) earlier than whut it slrlJUld in Toronto. 
On T{'fJrring \lac.k to the time of the sun ri<;lng at the c')mmencemcnt of thc year, January 1st, I observe that a differ. 
ence of only 11 minutes is made between the occl1rrence of the same event in the two pJace3. }'rom th!lt pelÏoù to the 
rresent, how"vertMlU'ch 15), the time has gradually dimini
hed. nntil it has amounted tù nothing. But not onty thb: it 
is actually made to Tise by that previous amount of time earlier in Tt.mmto than it d0e3 in Qllebcc. JOôhua was a fool in 
{",mp'L\"Ïson with such ast!"onomical achit>vemeotB as this. lIe only madc the sun stand still for a limited time. but here 
we have throughout a wholt> yoor the sun made tori8e (on paper) more ellrly on a we
teFlypiace than on an easterly OIkJ. 
Woutd it not be wi
e. Mr. Editor, for the r.lessrs. 
Iaclear to eX'lmine a little more minutely into their astronomÌC"dl 
data before issuiog them, as sanctioned by, or the work of the <. ProvincilÙ Ùbsenatory of Turonto." If it be true, !iii 
stated on the cover, that ., the astronomical calculations have been made exprel'sly for this publication at t1le Proviucilll 
Observatory of Toronto," one of two contingencies follows: that the parties coocerned are incolllpt'knt tu thdl' duties or 
that they h$ve committed Ii series ct" the grossest blunders which I have ewr witnetìsed, 
Yours very truly, 


&Ionkcal, 15th !\Iarch, 18;)8. 


OBSERVEC. 


The misapprehendon of "Observer" consists in his confounding absolute wIth local time. Ab90lute time is iJlde
 
rendent of the station of the spectator, but local time is measured from the noon of the place: thus MEAN LOCAL TIMi: 
is expresscd by the number of mean hours, ic., that have elapsed since mean 1WIm, or, what is the same thing, bj th
 
angle at the p">le b.)tween a d 'clin'Ltion circle through the mean Sltn and the meridian of the place, reckoned from tla 
meridian towards t he west, at the rate of 1h. for 15 0 . Similarly, APPARE:oIT LOCAL TIME is expressed by the angle between 
a declination circle through the true sun and the meridian of the place, and measured in the Mme manDer. 
If two placcs, A and B, be on the same parallel, with a difference of long. of 15 0 , the sun will set at the morc 
"Westerly plar.e, A, ODe hour later than at B, reckoned in absolute time, but approximately at the same instant in local 
time; because the noon from wMch the local time of A is reckoned occurs one hoW" latcr in ab.!olute time than the noon 
from wbieh the time of D Is reckoned. 
Ag"io, if two place!!, C and D, be on the same meridian, and, for example, be both in north latitude, the sun 
when iu north declinatiun will rise earlùr in absolute time at the norlluTn station C, than it "ill at D. When tlle snn 
Is in south decliolltion he will rise laiRr at C than at D, and when the SUB is at the Cfluinoxes he ",ill rise at the SlinK 
insfant at both C and D. r.Ioreovel', this will be true also in local lime, because the times of both places are reckon"d , 
from the same meridian. 
If" Observer" would understand that the local1ime of sunrise depends on the latitude of the place. and only 
indirectly and that to a 
'ery small extfJnt on the longitudt'., the mystery would be cleared \lp úf the lIun l'h.ing in Januury 
11 mInutes earli..r at Toronto th.m lit Quebec; of this difftJrence diminishing and finally vanishing as the sun approache o 
the equator, and (we may add, if he had examined the Almanac a little further,ì of the sun aftor the equinox lisiu'1: 
eurlier at Quebec than at Toronto. 
Before concluding, we must express our Ilcknowledgmonts to au anonymous wdter, <'W:' who Il few da,)s after iu 
the same joumal, the .'[rJ1/lreal Gazd,le, published an able letter in reply to "Observer," entitled" A Corroctor correcte(I," 
in which he very clearly and happily demolishes our friend's attltck upon the Almanac, snd we regret that our fpllt"t' 
is too limited to give his letter here. We must, however, explaio to" W." the cause of a di"crepllncy he n.otices in hi!' 
letter, as follows: "Frum it (Taùle of Semi-diurnai Arcs) "Obsener" would have learned that to got the time of tlw 
"Eun's ri;;ing for the latitude of Montreal, he had to dednct 5h. 5100. 7sec. from the time it reached. the meridian, and 
"that, therefore, the sun would rise on the 15th Inst. (Huch, 1858,) at 6h 17 min. 56 sec. Thil! time Îs4min. ;jOsee.later 
"than thut given in the Almanac, &c." The di1ference (4 min. 46 sec.) between the result obtained by" W." and 
that given in our Almanac is explained on page 2, where it i8stated that the time of sunrise III gh'en for the upper limb 
correcled fin rifraction. It i.
, in fact, the time at which the Bun first actually 8I'ptJars. 
B 
m 



18 


MONTHLY REGISTER. 


[1859. 


HOLY DAYS, :MILITARY AND NAVAL EVE NTS. 
FEBRUAR
 
lIe giveth snow like wool: He scattereth the h{)ar 
The wakrs are hid as with a stone, &nd the face of frost like ashes. lIe ca"teth forth his ice like morsels: 
the deep is frozen.-JoB. xxxviii. 30. who can stand 
fore his cold!-PSALM c.xlvii.lü, 17, 


F 


JANUARY 


1 S Circumcision. Tortosa su.rren. to the French, 1811. 
2 S 2nd Bunday oj. Christmas. Dantzic surrend. 181-1. 
û M B. of Princeton, N. J. b. British & Americans, 1ii7. 
4'f Brit, ship Courageux cap. French f. 
1int'rva, 1781. 
5 W ßreslaw sur. to the.French under Vandamme, 1806. 
() f Epiphany. Russians def. at Citale nr. KnLafat, 185-1. 
'i P The French army un. IIlen&rd enter 8witz'ld.1798. 
b S Admiral Hodney captnred :!2 Spanish ships, 1i80, 
9 S Lst Sun. oJ. Epiplt. \'alentis sur. to "'rench, 1812. 
1(1 1\1 Dutch sur. Cape of Good Hope to the English, 1806. 
n r Breig in 8ilesia sur. to French and Bavarians, 180i. 
12 W Cayenne sur. by French t.oEng. & Portugue
e, 180!;!, 
1a 'r Battle ofChiIlianwallah bet. EnglÏi,h & !;ikhs, 18-18. 
1-1 F Bat. of Rivoli, Italy, bet. "'rench & Austrians, 1'i97. 
1;) S rhe U. S. frigate · President', cap. by English, 1815 
1U S 2nd Sunday aft. Epiphany. Bat. of Corunna, 1809. 
1'i ;U Bat. of Guadalaxara bet. Mexicans & Span'ds, 1811. 
1b T B, of "'renchtown bet. Americans & I<:nglish,1813, 
1!') W Ciudad Rodrigo tak. by storm !In. Wellington, 1812. 
2u f Kaiserslautern at. by "'rench, r. by Austrians, 1796. 
21 F Pugatchef, chief of Tart.ars, def. by Russians, 1'i'i 5. 
2
:5 U. B. privateer .. Tomahawk" capt. by British, 1815. 
2
: S 3rd Bun. oJ. Epiph'y. French took the Hague, 1'i95. 
2-1 M Lndians def. at Loche-I1atchee by U. S. Troops, 1838. 
2[, T Conv. St. Paul. Paez conq. rebels at V pnezuda., 1830. 
21" W The French under De Grasse defeated at sea,1'i82. 
2:l T :::panish ship" St. Raphael." taken by British, 1807. 
2
 F Battle of Unroomster in India, Sikhs vic..... 1'i97. 
2!J:5 Bat. of Brienne, gained by Nap'n over Allies. 18!!. 
30 S ltlt 1;. af. .Epiph. Charks I. M. Saragossa as. 1809, 
81 
I Battle ofGemblours in the Net.herland!!.... ...15i8. 


MARCH. 


In the morning sow thy seed, and in the evening 
withhold not thy hand.-ECcLE8IABTES xi., 6, 


1 T St. David. Battle of Aldenhoven, ............' 1793. 
2 W fl, of Monte di Savaro, bet. French & Aust'ns, 1'i97. 
:; r W. I. Island Marigalante, taken by English. 1808. 
4 F [I. of Troyes, bet. }'rench & Allies, }'rench def. 18l!. 
5 
 ßattle ne&r Hiver Natonebi in A. Turkey... 1829. 
6 
 Quinqunge.sima. Insurrection at Pernambuco, 181i. 
7 :\1 Hattle of Craonne, betw. French and Allies, 1814. 
8 r Shr(YI!fJ Tuesday. Attack on Bergen-op-Zoom, 1814. 
Q WAsh Wedmsday. Battle of Vera Cruz.......... 1817 
10 f 
ction in Chesapeake Bay bet. Eng. & Amer. 1813. 
11 F Badajos surrendered to French under Soult, 1811. 
1
'; French at Redinha attacked by Wellington, 1811. 
13 S 1st B. in Lent. B. of Lake Maadie in Egypt, 1801. 
14 U French fleet defeated off Genoa by Englu;h, 1795. 
15 T fl. of 'fuspan, Mexican Centralists dpf('ated, 1H39. 
I If; W .\ustrlans def. by ....rench at CaÍnin in Italy, 1797. 
1 17 r St. Patrick. Bat. of Neerwlnden, or Linden, 1793. 
1
 F Palma Nuova, Italy, evac. by Ar<:hd. Charles, 1797. 
19 S 
 ankin taken, 1853. B. ofDonabew, Burmah, 1H53. 
20 S 2nd B. in Lent. Insur. of Slaves at Antigua, 1831. 
121 \I Bat. of Aboukir, French defeated by English, 1801. 
1 22 r RussIans in sortie at. Sebastopol driven back, 1855. 
23 W Action off Tristran d' Acunha. b. Eng. &: Am. 1
15. 
24 T B. in passes of Eisllch b. Austlians & French, 1797. 
I 25
' Annunciatúm B. V. 
L B. of Campo Mayor, 1811. 
12ti S fl. of St. Dizier, Bonaparte det: Winzingerode 1814. 
1 27 S :3rd B. in Lent. B. of Anhalt, Cattegat Strait: 1811. 
28 \I War declared ago Russia by England & Frllnce, 1851. 
29 'r Oporto, Portug. 
ken by French and pillaged, 1809. 
30 \\ Bat. of La Cole lI-lIIls, Canada, Americans rep. 1814. 

 ,!,

_of Pa
o Lar
o in South Americll........ 1839. 


1 r War dec. ago "Engll\nd & Holland by French
 1im. 
2 W,Purif.nf B. v..'Il. Bon:lparte def. at Briennc, 1814. 
;) f I Battle of Santos LugareH, near Bu.-not! Ayres, 18:i:!. 
4 F Ft. Nicholas, 8ebastopol, destroyed by Allies, 185G. 
5:5 Brit. s. Grannicus Clip. Am. pI'iv. Oeo. Little, 1815. 
(. S 5th B. af. Epiph. Ina;ur. of :.\la
zini at 
1ilan. 185
t 
7 \I 1l1t1nrl11!!:nm beg. Amer. attack. :l<:lizahetht. 11;13. 
.
 T 13. of l'rpussish };ylau bet. French & Ru!osi:ms, 180i. 
9 \\ Grit. ship DedaLus cap. }'rench I: La Prudente, 17\19. 
lu f [tussia dcclared war against Sweden,........... 1808. 
11'" B. of 1\I0ntmiriai between }'rench & itnS!oians, 18U. 
12 S G.ofChateau'fhierry, 18l!,andofChlicabuco, 18li. 
13S 6thB.af.Ep. Br.frig.SuccesBcap by}'rench, 1801. 
14 
I B. of Yauchamp betw. }'rench and HussiaDl;, 1h14. 
15 'f Engagement bet. Frplll!h & Sicilians. CalabpÌll, 1!113. 
It W B. of l'artama in :::pain. Spaniards victorious, 1
1
. 
l'i r Rnssians attacked I<:upatoria and defeated.... 18b;). 
1
 F Battle of II10ntereau in .France,.................. 1h14. 
HI:5 1l1il. Wrrm rubs. Action ofHHbraltar b. E. & F. ]SOL 
2lJ S &ptWlge.sillw. B. of San ChristovaJ. in ò:'pain, 11'>11. 
2] "I Ol!;densburgh,]'I,. Y., taken by the Britbh,... 1
13. 
2:: l' Blucher defellt"ù by the "'rench under Boyer, un 1. 
2:3 W B. of Buena Yista, l\Ieximnt! defeated by Aw. 1R-li, 
2-1 l' St. .Alatthias. Uevolution at l'aris............... 1í>-18. 
25 F Bogue Forts & City of Canton cap. by BrUish, !I,n. 
2l; S Battle of Bmun
berg in Prussian Poland..... 11'>07. 
27 S &xuge.sima. Battle of Orthes in France...... 18l!. 
2h M Brit. frio ate Sybille cap. J"rench s]úpLa:E'orte, 17\)9. 


APRIL. 


He makcth small the drops of wat.Pr: they pour down 
ruin according to the vapour thereof; which the clouds 
do drop and distil upon Juan al.>undantl)'.-JoB xxxvii., 
27, 28. 


1 F Assault upon St. Jean d' Acre, Frpnrh rep'd, l'i09. 
2 ð ß. of Copenhagen b. Danish & Engli
h fleets, 1801. 
3 S !t
 Bun. in Lent. Actil>n on the Chesapeake, 1/'iL3. 
4 
I Battle of Tautfel"s and St. :\la1'Ïe, in Gel'many, 17!i
. 
5 'f Brit;f'h cap. Gopree, 1800. Bat. of Villlugcn, 17!J!I. 
6 W Rev. in Bmzil, 1!i31. Badajos taken by};ng, 1812. 
7 'f Hritish squad. cap. 3 French bril!s and Isloúp, 17!1ti. 
8 F Frpnch Surren. ltosetta in Egypt to English, 1801. 
9 S Eng. & }'rench batterips op'd on 8ebastopol, 1S55. 
10 S 5th Bun. in Lmt, B. of 1'oulouse, French del: 18!!. 
n M B. of Ri vas, Gen. Wa]ker df'Íe" t. Costa Ricans. lS:i6. 
1
 l' French fleet in Basque roads dCBt. by Hritbh, 1BO\!. 
13 W B. of Castilla in Splt.Ìn. Enl!;. defeated French, Un3. 
14 'I B. of 
lilleflimo in Italy. Nap. def. Austrians. 1796. 
15 F Fortress of S,'hwpidnitz taken from Austria. 1758. 
168 ß. of ]
f'drelon and :llount Tabor. Syrians def. ]703. 
1'i S Palm Bunda!l. Petl"opaulowski de
erted.,.... 18!i5. 
18 \1 Rodney deC. }'rench fleet and took De Gras
e, 1'i82. 
19 T B. of Lexington, commence't war in America, 1'i75. 
20 W ;liapoleon dcfeated Austrians at Abensburgh, 180:1. 
21 '1' Battle of San Jacinto in Texas................... 1836. 
2:! F Good Frú1ay. Odessa bombarded by Allies, 18.;4. 
2:1 S St. GeorgfJ's Day. B. of Ratisuon, Austrians d. 180
. 
24 S I<:ASTER SUNDAY. Washingtcn t. & def't. b.\ E. 18U. 
25 :\1 St. 
[ark. British took Petersburg, Vt" U. S. 1'i81. 
2(; r Bat. near Bru!!:os, bet. I<:sp!lrtero anti Carlists, 11';;8. 
2í W A.mericanB, undcr Pike, took York ('foronto), 11'13. 
28 r fl. ofSllIer.r in Canada, near Quebec. F. & K 17m, 

 F Brit. brig. eap. by Amer. oil Cftl>e Carnaverel, 1814. 
30 S B. ofChoczine between HussLans Hnd 1urks. 1769. 


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1859.] 



IONTHLY REGISTER. 


19 


HOLY DAYS, :MILITARY AND NAVAL EVENTS. 


I\IAY. 


The winter is past, the rain i
 over and gone; the 
fiowers appear upon the earth; the time of tho singing 
of bird" is come.-SONG OF SOLOMO:-i, ii., U,12. 


1 S L<:rw So St. Philip <f: St. Jas. B. of Rio Pardo, 1838. 
2 :\1 B. of Lutzen, French vÏct. over Russ. Ii. Prus. 1813. 
3 T Uline de Urace, l\1ar,) land, burnt by English, 1813. 
4 \V 8eringapataIu taken by storm Ly the ßritbh, 1799. 
6 T B. of .Fuente!! d'Onor, Portugal, Eng. def. Fr. 1811. 
6 F Knga"ement Letw. Austria.ns & l'iedmonteBÐ, 1848. 
7 
 Insurrection at Madrid........................,..... 1848, 
8 S 2nd Sunday after E<uúr. Bat. of Palo Alto, 18!
. 
9 -'1 Battle of ResM:a de III. I'alma, lIIexlco........... 1845. 
10 T Battle of Lodi, French defeated Austrians.... lí96. 
11 W Action in Dardanelles bet. Rus. Ii. Tur. fleets, 1807. 
12 T Wellington took Oporto from French by as't, 18u9. 
13 /I' Revol. at Carlsruho, Grand D. of Haden fled, 184!). 
H S French defeated at Madrid by Wellington. ." 1814. 
15 S 3rd Sun. afúr Easúr. Brit. cap. French fleet, 1ai. 
Hi !'tI I!':astu <<trm beg. B. of Albuera, 20,000 ,;lain, 1811. 
17 T Battle Let. R us",illns and 'I'ur ks, near 8ilistria, 1829. 
18 W Battle of Lann ,y in France, Euglish detèated, li94. 
19 l' Chinese reb cap. Amoy, 1853. ß. of La Hogue, 1692, 
21) I' ß. of Bautzen, Russ. & Pruss. ago the French, 1813. 
21 8 B. of E
sling, 1809, and Sackett's Harb. U. 8. 1813. 
2:! S !lh Sunday after Easur. B. of Reichenbach, 1813. 
2:1 
1 f{ebellion ofthe United Irishmen coromenced, 1798. 
2! T Battle of the Sambre in the Netherlands...... 1i94. 
25 W Insurrt:ction of the Negroeíl in Jamaica,....... 1760. 
2G T B, of Ostroleuka, Russians defeated tbe Poles, 1831. 
Zl F St. Jean d' Acre in Palestine taken fm. Turks, 1832. 
2S S I!!;asttr (!ttrm tnbs. Capitulation of Canton, 1841. 
29 S I Rogat. Sun. Cha,.ùs II. res. B. ofTaragonna, 1811. 
30 M 1'urks def. Russians in a sortie from Si1istria, 1854. 
31 T Stone y Point evacuate
 
mel"icÐ.Il!l..... ::.: 1779. 


JULY. 


'rhe husbandman walteth for the precious fruits of 
the earth, and hath long patience for it,-JAMES v., 7. 


1 F B. of Port() Novo, IIindiJst.1n. Eng. victorious, 1781. 

 S f{ussians under Gortschakoff cros. the Pruth, 1853. 
3 S 2nd Sun. aft. Trin. Grenada tak. by French, 1779. 
4 }! 
vartholm taken and destroyed by Allies..... 1855. 
5 r Battle of Chippewa, Canada, Eng. retreated, 18H. 
(, W Austrians de!" by }'rench at Bat. of WagrllDl, 1809. 
iT Bat, of Giurgevo, Turks routed the RU8sian
, 1854. 
8 F Battle of Fort Ann, Bng. dcf. the Americans, 1777, 
\J S ActionoIIC.l\'lusalo, Swedes Overcame HURS'S, 1790. 
10 S 3rd S.aj. Trin. B. of 3faclin, Turks def,H.UI!. 1791. 
11 \l Battle of Znaim, French defeated Austrians, 180J. 
1
 r Crimea evacuated by lastofthe Allied Forces, 1856. 
13 W Senegal, In Africa, taken by the British....... 1809, 
14 l' B. ofChebries
a, in Egypt, Mamelukes defeat. 1i98. 
15 F France declared War against England......... 1778. 
If S Abouklr attacked It; car, bv BBBault by'rurks, 1799. 
Ii 
. .flit S. aft, 7rin. InHur. broke out at Madrid, 18M. 
IS ',I Gaeta, Hurren. to French aft. del'p. reslstllnce, 1806. 
19 T ß of Baylen in Spain, French def. by Span'ds, 1808. 
20 W Action off Hoogland, Rut!. dcf. by 
wed. fleet, 1i88. 
21 l' ß. of PyramIds in Egypt, French victorious, 1798. 
2:2 F French defeat. at Salll.lIlanca, by Wellington, 1812 
2:) 'i lIat. near Colmbra, Portugal, Don 
figuel def. 1832. 
2.1. 5th S. after Trinity. Attack on Santa Cruz, 1797. 
2.) M St. Jame8, Battle of Lundy's Lane, Canada, 18H. 
2C l' Battle of Kobrine, Saxon'! def. by RUR.;ians, 1812. 
or, W First day's b. Talavera, English and French, 1809. 
2f1 Second day's do. I'. as 2 to 1 to Eng., dot: 1809. 
2!J F Battle of Neerwinden, in B
I
ium................ 1693. 
30 S AUI'trians and Ru"sians def. Turks at Putna, 1789. 

 S Gth S. aft. Tri!!:. l'IattRburjt tak. by EngH
h, 1813. 


JUNE. 


For the earth bringeth forth frnitof herse1f; first thf\ 
blade, then the ear, after that the full corn in the eM.- 
MARK lv., 28. 


1 W Defeat of the Danes by the Germans............ 18-18 
2 r Ascensinn
y. Anapa tak. by Rus. f. Turks, 1í\Jl. 
3 F I1aHe de Grace bombarded by Adm Rodney 1i59 II 
4 S Battle <>f Zurich bet. French and ÅustrialJs: 17\J!): 
6 s Sunday after ÂScension. Bat. 8toney Creek, 1813. 
6 31 B's of Deppen & Eylau, 1807. Sebastopol ago b. 1855. 
7 T Outworks at EeLastopol carried by Allies..... 1
55. 
8 W ßattle of Vigil, French repulsed b,)' :Spaniards, 1809. 
9 T B. of Arklow. Ireland, U.Irbhmen repulsed, li98. 
10 F Russians def, at Heil
burg, PrUl;sia, by Bonap. 1807. 
11 S St. Barnabas. Ancona capito to Austrians, 1849, 
12 S Wltit Sunday. Insurrtction at Prague....... 1M.8. I 
13 )1 B. of C.ucagenta, Spaniards d"f. by .J!'rench, 1813' 1 
14 T B. of Friedland, Rus. & Prus. de!. by }'rench, 1807. 
15 W Sultan of Turkey def. Ii. ahol. the .Janizaries, 18:l6. 
16 T 
iege of Silistria raised, Turks routed Russ's. 1854. 
17 1<' Battle of Zielimo, Poles delcated by Ru
sians, 1í92. \ 
18 
 B. Waterloo, 1815. Wellington mob'dinLond. 1832. 
19 S Trinity Sunday. Battle of Blenheim.......... 1800. 
20 \1 ß. bet. French Ii. Algerines, near Sidi, Khalef, 1830, 
21 T ß. of Vittoria in Spain, .F rench def. by WeU'n, 1813. 
22 W Civil war in Paris, C1I.vaignac dec. Dictlltor, 1818. 
23 T f{usshns inv. Kars, 1855. Action off VOrient, 1795. 
24 F St.John Bapt. B. of Nezib, Turks Ii. }'gypt'ns 1839. 
25 S Charleroi surrend. to Fr"nch by Am,trians, 1í94. 
26 S 1st Sun. aft. Trin. B. of Fleuru8 in Belgium, 1794. 
2i )1 Erzroum in Turkey captured by Russians,... lS2!J. 
28 T French driv. thro' Chevannes at p. ofbllyonet, 18]5, 
29 W St. Peter. French defeated at Guadaloupe.... 1í94. 
30 T Silistria In Bulgaria surrendered to Russians, 1832. 


AUGUST. 


Lift up your eyes and look on the fields, for they are 
white already to harvest.-JoHN iv., 35. 


1 M l B. of the Rile, French fieet annih. by Nel
on, 1798. 
2 T Russians under Romanzow defeated Turks, 1i70. 
3 W I<'urt Erie (Canada) invested by the Brid.8h, 1814. 
4 T French assaulted &'\ragossa in Spain............ 180R. 
6 F City of Cabul, AlIghanistan, tak. by English, 1839. 
6 8 Battle of .Junin in Peru. Royalists defeated... 1824- 
7 S 7th S. after Trin. Turks entered Bucharest, 1861. 
8 \1 English attacked and d ,r. the Span. Armada, 1688. 
g 'r Battle of Baza, Spaniards defeated by }'rench, 1811. 
10 W B. of Bassano, !t'y, Bonap. def. the AustriAns, 17!J6. 
11 r Poles defeated at Wilna by Russians ........... li94. 
12 F Agra taken by the English undo Wellington, 1803. 
13 S French at night raIsed the sle
e of SaragoBsa, 1808. 
14 S 8th S. af. Trin. B. of Nod, French Ii. Russ. 17W. 
15 )1 Assault on Ft. Erie by Eng. 18U. B. ChIcago, 1812. 
16 T B. of the Tchernaya, Russians driven back, If'55, 
17 W Eng. inv. Copenhagen, 180i. B. 8molensko, 1812. 
IS T French un. St. Cyr def. at B. of Smoliano\'o, 1812. 
19}' Bat. near Gedeonovo, Russia, Rns. Ii. French, 1812. 
20 S Adrianople cap. by RUB. undo Gen. Ditlbit
ch, 1829. 
21 iìi 9th S. aft. Trinity. French def. at Vimiera, 1808. 
22 
1 
Tin. lItnm brg. Longroy cap. by Clairfait, 179:!. 
23 T I.'ondicherry taken by Engli
h from French, 1 i!)3. 
2-t W St. Barthdomew. Battle of mademburg...... ]Sl4. 
25 T The French raised the !Siege of Cadiz........... 1
12. 
26 F Battle of Dresden betwet'n Napoleon Ii. AIllf'8, 1813' 1 
Z;:; Second day's B. (If Dresden, Allies retreated, 1813. 
2S!iò lOth S. af. Trin. B. of Powassln, Prus. Ii. Poles, 1794. 
29 )1 Petropaulowski attacked Ii. bomb. by Allies, 1854. 
30 T Battle of Nollendorf In Bohemia................. 1813 1 
3] W Welllngron def. French at _B. SlIn Sebastian. ]813. 


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MONTHLY REGISTER. 


[1859. 


IIOLY DAYS, MILITARY AND NAVAL EVENTS. 


SEPTEl\IBER. 


The pastures are clothed with flocks; the vaJleys also 
are covered over with corn; they shout for joy, they also 
sin g.-PSALM Ixv., 13. 


1 T I ChamPlain, U. S., tak. by Eng. under Provost, 18H. 
2 F H. of Zehuacingo, betw. Spaniards & Indians, 1519. 
3 S (!j;rinityl!rtrm rnbs. Briti
h took Alexandria, U;Ol. 
4 S Il1th S. af. Trin. Naval action b. E. & Dutch, 1665. 
5 '" J<'lr!<t Battle of ßorodino. Fr\Jnch & Russians, 181:2. 
6 T I BritiSh un. Gen. Whish, bes. MouItan, India, 18-18. 
7 '" 2nd B. Borodino, 120,000 I'. & 120,000 R. eng. 1812. 
8 T I Fall of Sebastopol, RUB. retire, Allies triump. 1855. 
9 F I Grand Attack on Gibraltar by Spaniards...... 1782. 
10:5 Great immr. among negroes in 
t. Domingo, 1791. 
11 S 12th S. af, Trin. B. of Brandywine. Am. & E. 1i77. 
l:nl l 
panish fleet un. Don Barcel", bomb. Algiers, 1784. 
1:
 T Affghan army defeat. by English at Tetzeen, 18-12. 
H "' I FrenCh entd. Moscow, which Is burnt by inh. 1814. 
15 T !tevolut. in Athens, 184:3. B. at Parmesans, 1793. 
16 F Bat. of Lambach, French defeated Austrians, ]800. 
17:; B. of Altenkirchen, French Gen.l\lerceau kd. 1796 
18 S 13th S. af. Trin. French def. at B of Ximena, 1811. 
19 'I B. Camargo, b. forces Lf Mex. Gov. & Carvajal, 1851. 
20 T !tupsians defeated by Allies a
 Bat. of Alma, 18M. 
21 W St. Afatihew. Battle of Preston pans, }:ngland, 17-15. 
2:! T Rattle of Monterey, Americans def. Mexicans, 18.16. 
2:3 F Wellington gllined Bat. of A!;save. Hindostan, 1803. 
24 S Eng. forced to raise Fiege of Ciudad Rodrigo, 1811. 
2f. S Uth S. af. Trin. British squad. def. French. 1806. 
26 '\1 Zurich in Switzerland taken by French....... 1799, 
27 'r Fortress of Comorn, Hungary, t. by Austrians, 18-19. 
2<; W The Venetians un. !\Ioro!'ini bomb'd, Athens, 1687. 
29 T 1St. Afichail. RUl'sians at. Kars without suc. 1865. 
30 F ,YOrktown invested by Americans Ii. }'rench, 1781. 


NOVE3IBER. 


OCTOBER. 


He reservetb unto us the appointcd weeks of the 
harvest.-.J ERE:\!IAH v., 2-1. 
The harvest is past, the summer is ended.-.JER. viii., 20 
] Is Chusan re-captured from Chinese by }
nv;lisb, 18U. 
2 S l;:'th S. af. Trin. Brit. cannonaded Ogdensb. 1812. 
3'1\1 R. ofWurtemburg, on Elbe, Pru!<,def. }'rench, 1813. 
4 T Kosciusko overthr'n at l\Iaciejowice, Poland, 179-1. 
51 ,\ I
. of the Thames, Eng'. Ii. Am. TecumReth k'd, 1813' 1 
6,T Revol. in Mexico, 18-11, Insurrec. in Vienna, UHS. 
i ,F B. of the fl10skwa, F, Ii. R. 150,000 of each eng. 1812. 
8 1 S Lycnsln France sur. to Repub. ter. mas!'acre, 1793, 
9,S Wth s. after l'rin. B, ofSchleitz in Saxony, 1806. 
10).1 Eg)ptian Army døfeated by English & 'l'urks, 18-10. I 
11 T ß. of Camperdown, Dutch def., luss of9 
hips, 179i. 
112 W Gen. Walker (fillibuster)took pos.ofHrenada, 1855. 
13;1' ß. of Queenston, Am. def., Gen. Brock killed, 1812. 
14, F Battle of VIm, 1805; and of .Iena In Saxony, 1806. 
15 S French defeated at Tirlemont by Austrians, 1793. 
16 S 17th S. after Trin. B. of Leipsic, Fr, Ii. Allie-, 1813. 
171M .
llies op. flre flOm fleet Ii. bat. on Seba
topol, 185t. , 
18 I' St. Luke. Second d. B. of Leipsic, Frerwh def. 1813. 
19, W Last day's B. of Leipsic, French fled to E. furt. lR 13. 
20 T B.of
avarino, Egypt'n fleet annih. by Allies, 18:!i' l 
21,F B.of Trafalgar, Fr.& Span.fleetoverth. by E.1805. 
22 S :\Ioscow eVac. by French after pO!!. of 38 days, 1812. 
23;S 18th S. af. Tl'inity. ß. of Edgehill, England, 16-12. , 
2-1i
1 H. ofOu!'chatch, Russians def. th
 Bavarial1s. 1812. 
25 T ß. of Balaclava, lost to RnssÏllUs un, Liprandi, 1855' 1 
26 1 W :O:aguntum surrend. by Spaniards to French, 1811. 
27,T Fighting at Antwerp bet. Dutch Ii. Belgians, 1830. 
28 F St, Simon and St. Jude. Turks def. RussiallB, 185.1. 
29'S Battle of Aculco, Mexico........................... UìlO. 
30 S 19th 8. af. Trinüy. ß. of Los Cruces, Mexico, 1810. 
31:M Battle of Anklan. Bavarians def. Prussians,.. 1806. 


DECEMBER. 


While the eal-th r..maineth, seedtime and harvest, and 
BV the breath of God frost is given. and the breadth cold. and heat. and summer, and winter, and day and 
of the waters Is straitened.-.JoB xxxvii., 10. ni
ht, shall not cease.-GENEsIS. viii., 22. I 
Thou crownest the year with thy goodness.-PsALM 
Ixv., ii. 
1 T I An &ints. Battle of HermasU1o, French def. 1852. 1 T I B. of Kotdah, in Scinde. India, Sepoys vlct. 18-10'1 
2 W ß. of Ghatz, Cossacks un. l'latoff def. }'rench, 1"12. 2 F ß. of Austerlitz. French def. AU8tro-Rus. arm. 18 , 05'1 
3 T t;t. .Jean d' Acre bomb. by Eng. & Turk fleets, 18!O. 3:5 .fRirf)arlmas; i!i:crm enbs. B. of llohenlinden, 1800. 
4 F Battle of Oltenitza, Turks det
ated Russians, ]853. 4 S 1 2nd S. in .Advent. Kalafat at. by Rus., & rep. ]853. / 
5 S B. ofInkerman, 50,000 R. def. by 1-1,000 Allies, 185-1. 5 \l B. of i\lartigne, French d..feated by Yen deans, 17U3. 
6 S 20th S. aft. Trin. B. of Lubec, Blucher retr.1806. 6 r jRhode blaud tak. by En:!;. un. Gen. Clinton, 1716. / 
7 'I 13. of Tippecanoe, Americans defeat. Indians, 1811. 7 \V' I Conception B. J!': Ml1.ry. B.of SedimaD, Egypt, 179!J. 
8 T French attacked, carried & plund. IlostJI.lrick, 1809, 8 r B. of Longomilla. Cb ili, rebels defeated... ...... 1"51' 1 
9 W, Engli
h rep. in an attack upon Ogdensburgh, 1813. 9 F I ' Battle on the Nieve, near Bayonne.............. 1813. 
10 T Wellington def. }'r..nch at Anhoue in Spain 1813. ]0 S Cl1pture of Bushire & Karat, by the Eng1i
h, 1856. 
11 F I Bat. of Choczin, Turks defeated by SobiesJ..i, 1G73. 11 S 13rd S. in.Advcnt. ß. of Rousillon, French t!ef. liP-1., 
1:2 S French on way to Smolensk def. by Rus!'ians, 1812. 12 III \B. of l\IlI.ns,royalistsofJ.a Ven,lee def. by F'ch. 1793.' 
13 S 21st S. after Trin. Kelat taken by English. ]M39. 1:) l' In. near Bayonne, French def. by Wellington, 1813' 1 
H 
I n. ofSmolnya. }'rench again def by Russians, 1812. 1-1 Wî,""eIlinO'ton ('.ar. by Ftorm GawiIghar, E. Ind. 1803. 
15 T IFort Lewis taken by Austrians from French, 1793. 15 r I H.of K
sseldorf, Prus. def. Aust'ns & &.xons, 17-15. 
It> W, B. of Arcola, lasted two days, won by French, li!J6. 11) F Oczakow taken by Bns.from Turks. by f>torlU. li88. ! 
17 T I French def. with hor. slanghter by CÜ!'!sacks, 1812. 17:; English attacked & destroyed Darby, Vt., u,. S. 1
1
. 
18
' B. of llliesCRstIe, }'rench sturmed Rus. Camp. 1793. 18 oj -1th S. in .Advent. Toulon wrested from Alllcs, 1.9.1. 
19 S fA second bat. of Eoutovo, French again de!: 1812. 19 
I I Fort 
iagara, I,ake Ontario, cap. by Briti5h, 1813. 
20 S '22nd S. aft. Trin. ....i;;ueras taken by hench, 1791. 20 r I F ,.rtress of Isml1el tak. from Turks bv storm, lï

O. 
21 \1 IHici)arlmas l!rerm begins. Battle of Konich, 1832. 21 W St. ThOl"fUls. B. of Punjaub, };ng. def. Sikhs, 181;:'. 
2:! T ::-ikhs del". near llamllgger, India, by En
lish. 1818. 22 T Kehl, on tbe Rhine, sur. by French to A list. 1796' 
2:! '" B. of Castella Xuovo,1796; of Tudela in Spll.lll, 1808. 23 F n. of lllezun. French un. Grouchy def. Prus. 180-1. 
24 T Pittsburgh. U, States, evacuated by French, 1i:i8. 2-1';; lC'itadplof Antwerp surrend.:Jred to French,1S32. 
2!J F Karl' sur. to Russians after 7 months' I'eige, ]855. 25 S CHRISTMAS. TotaldefeatofBurm
seln India. 18:!
. 
2tj::; 11.0fStaro
'-Bori.l:Off. Russians vic. 0'1'. French, 1"12 2[, '1 St. S1ephl':n. B. of Alawa, PrussIan Poland, 1"06. 
27 SO 1st S. in Adv. B. of Berezina, French & Rus. 1812. 27 T St.John, Evrmgeli.<t. }'r.assnuIted Saragossa, 1808. 
28 \( B. of Tcl1atchovo, on retreat of F. from Russia, 1812' 11 28 W Innocents' Day. B. Tampa Bay, lIIex. & Ind, 1835. 
291' ß. near Lautern, D. 
fBrunswick def. French, 1í93. 29 T Town of Grave sur. to French un. PicllC
ru, ]79
. 
30 \\ St. .Andre1ll. B. of Smope, Turk. B<mad, dest. 1853 30 F Buffltlo, N, Y., completely dest. hy the Eng. 1813. 
- 31 
 Tariffa, nr. GibraIt 
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1859.1 


METEOROLOGICAL OBSERV ATION
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21 


ABSTRACT OF :METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS, 
MADE AT THE 
Itlagnetical Obscr,,-atOJ:Y, Toronto, Canada 'V cst, 
For the year of our Lord 18;};; compiled from Reports, &c., published in the Canadian .Journal. 


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.Jan. 12.75 37.2 -20.157.3 29.7362 30.168 29.18109"7 2 28.92 1 2 2 -14.38 Inap. 21.8 316, 14.89 68 
. 70 W. 10.:n 0 
Feb. 2SJi3 52.4 -5.9,58.3 1 29.7361 30.361 29.152 1.209 7 47.08 2 1 3 i2 3.050 11.7 Ill! 10, 84.72 S. 78 W. 9.82 1 
Mar 27 82 5i.6 -5.563.1 29.5957 30.006i 29.1150.89123 4U3 2 110 0.335111.3 41iJ 15 .7i .61 N,63 W. 10.84 1 
AprÙ 35.36 52.0 5.9 -16.1 129.5300 30.006 1 :l8.8!J8 1.108 4 43.40 2 1 ' 20.35 1 i55 129 1011 16 1 .7-1 fi.l N. 60 w. 10.2-1 1 
May 48.87;48 26.0 !8.8 29 535:3 29.896 1 29.1990.69725 63.85 n 3t.95 4.U5Ina. 15 1 15 .7-1.61 
. 23 W. 8.13 2 
June 56.92 i6.0 35.0.11.0 2942ô7 29.;Oi 2895)0.7552t.i IJ8.42I5 48.35 5.060......21... 9'.;; 69N.49W. 7.00 'l 
July 67.76 86.f -1i.O 39.6 29 f>88:3 29 8t8 1 29 255 0,593 13 76.4:311154 6:' 3.4;5, ..... 15... 16,.78 .46 S. 68 K 4.;4 i 

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9!3 29.8
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9.
55 0.7
513 
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4157 .9
 
,265 ...... 13... 1!\'.!7 .47 ."i. i'1 W. 636 6 
Sept. iJ8.6.t 82.U 34.1!7.9 _9./12030.0,6 1 29.2.1,1'>0.8_8 n /0.9_,29 1 41.3_ 2.6-10...... 11... 19,./8 43 N. 68 W. 555 2 
Oct. -15,4
 64.0 2f1.5 37.5 29.6ß'il 29.99tl 29.2S90.70512 57.032') 32.82 l.oto 0.2 10 2 1 19' 78 .62 1 N.19 W. 6.2t 
Nov. 33.54 58.2 -3.5IH 'l 29.523S 30.281' 28.4.',}21.829 6 -l9.9:!,2;jIU.00 3.235 6.9 14 9 9i.i7 .67 S. 61 W. 9.25 1 
Dec. 31.86 
 
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::J 29.6188 
I 28.852 1 1.406 
 40.37 1 
 20.47 3.205 
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Year. 42.i3 882 201 108.3 29.605t 30.361 28.452,1.90913 76 t312
 -H.38 33205 738 13-l 79 171.,79.60 N. 74 W. 7.99 2 
. In Tablell in last year's Almanac. for 1855 Ii. 1856, the fil!'ures inserted here were the a'!:erage range of the montb!!; 
they should be the yearly range U8 0 ,2 aud 11iJ o .3 re
pectively. 
t Do. do. do. do. 2.093 and 2.021 do. 


Temperature. 


Barometer. 


The mean temperature of the year 1857 was 42<'.73, bein
 of observation was .31 on the 4th }Iarch. and thp two drie!'t 
I O :!t below the average of 18 years. but 0 0 .57 above that of dqys were 30th March with a mea.n humidity .54, and 21st 
the prt'ceding year. The mean temperatures of the several }lay wit.h a mean humidity .55. 
months were in seven instan('es below and in five above CLouDs,-The extent of sky clouded was on the aVerllg:c 
the 8verlll!;es for the respective monthll, the average depreR- of the year three-fifths of the v. hole, and for nine mouths 
sion to the average elevation being moreover in the ratio the I'ky was on the average more than half overcast. De- 
of 4 to 2.f,. .January was the coldest .January and Febrll- cember was the most cloudy month, and September the 
ary was the warmest February on record. and the thermit' month most free from clouds. The most cloudy houfH on 
devillti..n from their respective avera:zes, but in contrary the avera!1:e were from 2 to 4 p. m., and the hour most free 
directions. was 110 
reat as to occal'ion all inversion in the from clouds was 10 p. m. 
difference hetween their temperature; for whereas Febru- WI'
D.-The resultant direction of the wind it will be 
alY is on the average 0 0 .24 colder than .January, it was in seen from the table was rather more t"rr,m the north than 
tMs instance by 5 0 .;8 the warmer of the two. mmal, and both the result
nt velocity and the mean v& 
Another example somewhat similar but not amounting locity were less than In the pre('eding yenr. The m(),;t 
to an Ïlwereion oecurred at the close of the year. Nov..m- windy day was 24th October when the velocity WM 2i .u3 
ber, whi,'h on the I\vera
e is more than 9 0 warmer than miles per hour. 1'he mOl't windy hour abt!olutely was tj 
Decemb.,r, WII!! but 1 0 .7 warmer in 1857. .January was fur- a. m. to i a. m. on lOth February, when the velocity WI'S 
ther remarkable for exhibiting the lowest absolute tempe- 4.1,.6 mitcs p!'r hour, The most windy hour on the avera.;e 
rature -20 0 .1 that ever occurred in .January, and February of the )'ellr was from noon to 1 p. m. with an 8verage ve. 
wa
 abo r..markable for the highest temperature 520.4 thltt loclty of 10.63 miles per hour, and th!' least windy hour 
ever o('curred in February. The minimum of No\'ember from 5 to 6 a. m. with an avo vel. of 6 36 miles per hour, 
-3 0 .5 Will! morA than 10 0 lower than any tEmpprA.ture that R.U:'i AND S1iow.-The depth of rain, 33.205 in,'hcl!, \\'ß.
 
()t'curred before in that mOtJth. .Jan. WIIS moreovpr not only ('on
iderably in ex('el!s of that of late years, but the tot..1 
the ('oldest .Jan. on record and the coldest month of 1857, deI,thofrain and melted snow, thouj!h amounting to 4051'5 
but it waf! absolutely the coldel!t month ever recorded. in('he
, fell short by about one in,'h of that of 1855, when 
'fbe hij!l1el't ab!\oI.ute t!'mperature was 88 0 ,2 in August, the quantity of snow was extraordinarily 
re8t. Augul'f. 
and the lowellt -2()O.1 in .hmuary. WR8 the most rainy month, con
idered with ref"rence to 
Th..re were il instance
 in which the temperature at the the gnaT/lily of rain. and June with ref
rpnce to the n/fm- 
hour of ob
er\'Rti[)n was depref!sed 20 0 Wuw the DormHl bPT "f rainy d"YIl. .January. b1th as regards the quantity 
filr that hour, 1i instances only when there \\'IIS an equal of rain and the number of rainy days was the lelll-t r'liny 
cJp,'iation in eXl'f'lIs. month. but if I!no\V he rel'koned a
 well a!l rain JaT1U!iry 
n \IIO
ETER -The hlf!hest rel\ðinK of the barometer was will rank nt>xt to Augu!lt with ret'pect to the amount, and 
30.31il inches. allli occurred at 9 p. 00, on 10th February. next to June with rel'pect to the nllmbpr qr days of prel'Í- 
and the lowest 
8.452 in,'hel!, which wa!l the lowest ever pitation. The most rainy day was 15th February, when 
record,,'\' occurred at 10 a. m. on 19th No\ember. There the depth amounted þ, l.G20 inches, and the heavief!t fall 
wcre 4:3 io
ta ('es in \\bich the readin!.1: of the barometer of snow Wall on lOth January with a depth of 5.5 inchps. 
exceeded thl' avera
f'. and 51 when it feU short of the ave. THu:VDER
TOR)ls.-Of the 2'1 thunderl!torms enumela
e.l 
rage t" the extent of ha\fan in,'h. The grpate!lt deviHtion in the table there were but few remarkllble for violent'... 
in ex('e!i
 wal! O.i 45 lit midnight on 10th }'ebru'l.ry. Rnd the 'l'hl'rA were beside'! 19 d:tys when lkhtning oCl'urred with- 
grf'ßtp!lt deviat,on in delèct WIIS 1.110 at 8 a. m. 19th Nov. out thundpr or hail 3 da\ s of thunder without lightoin
 
'fhe I!re
tel't barometric rHn
e within 24 hours with a or hail. and 6 days ",hen hail fell unaccompar.ted b) either. 
ri
ing c ,Iumn was .918 on 8th February. and the greatellt A\JRORAs,-The nll!hts flivorable tor observing Auroras 
with a tallio!; column ....as il5 on 2Gth FebruHry, nnd the number ,,( aurorHS obsC'rved wl1re hoth COD!\idpl"a- 
I\\;MIDlTy.-The me:m humidity of the ye:lr WH!! i9. the bly los.. th'in in the prec..ding thl'ee years but theauror,ls 
t!1"C'att'
t lIIC'nthly humidity being in .Jan., and the least in th\t were ouscrvt'd on the nb:htl! of 7th 
(ay slid lith of 
A Jlril ar.,1 '1 
y. There were 15 illshn,'es of complete RRtU' NOYl'm her w,'re (;tr more brilliant tha.n any recorded during 
rl\ti(}n. "f which 7 OI'curred In .lan., 4 in Feb.. 
 ill )(arch. I the ssmI' p"rio,l. 
.and 
 in n,,('. Thc d"'y
of the :Zrf'stl'I't humidity Wl're :.!2ud }<'rom the 10th to thc 13th Au
ust tht. perÏ'><lic m..teor!l 
Jlln and 5th }<'eb.. on both of whi,'h tbe mean humidity of I were n I1morouQ. and !lome of considemhle brillia\l('Y; in 
the day tu.n:luntcd to .98. The le
t humidity at the time N ovembcr thcre w:\s 1\ remarkab:o abliCI1C{) of tbese bodies. 
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REMARKABLE OCCURRENCES. 


[1859. 


REThIARKABLE OCCURRENCES IN 1857. 


January, 1857. 
1, .John Britton, antiquary and topographer, died, aged 
86. 
2. The Archbishop of Paris (Siborn), agt'd 65, a<sassinated 
oy a priest while officiating in the Church of St. Stephen 
or the l\Iou
t, in Paris.-Andrew Ure, M.D., F.R.S., author 
cfthe Dictionary of Arts. died, t1ged i9.--Duchess Henrietta 
of Wurtemburg died, aged 77. 
5. Right Rev. .James Wilson, D.D., Bishop of Cork, diell' 
6. Th
 factories at Canton hurnt by the Chinese.-The 
"Northern Belle," from New York to London, wrecked off 
Kinr;,;gate, 
8. Conference held in Copenhagen in reference to the 
Sound dues. 
H. The Grand Duke Michael arrived at Genoa.-A grt'at 
Imrt of Canton burnt during the attack upC'n it by the 
English. 
1:
. The" Tyne." West India Mail Steamer, went ashore 
in a fog, off St. Alba.n's Head, on her homeward voyage. 
U. Dutch fort attacked by the Chi.nese, who were repulsed. 
15. The National Council of SwitzArland accept the pro- 
p,.,sitions of En!!:land and France in reference to the Neuf- 
chatel difficulty. 
16. Conviction of Leopold Redpath for forjl;ery. is trftns- 
p')rted for life.-I20.000 tom; of rock di"lodged at HolJhpad 
by one blast of powder of 16.000 Ibs. 
18. Terrible snow I'torm affecting the Northern portions 
of the U. States and Canatla, accompanied by se\ere cold. 
19. L:\st nb;ht one of the generally coldest I'xpE'rienced 
in the U. Staks and Canada tbis century. Thl'rmometer 
at W,\terdown, U. S. marked 40 0 below zero. 
20. Duke of Rutland di.ed, aged 69. 
21. Cantain Baker and a seaman of the Ameri"an bark 
Hmry fL Crape, which was lOtlt in a squall on the 19tb, 
picked up at sea by steamer England after 40 hours' im- 
meroi,.,n. 
2!. Dr. Medhurst, English missionary to China, died, 
aged il; he was al:<o a noted linjCuist, and author of a 
work on China.-" The Rover's Bride." of St. .John, N. D., 
r.mnll water-logged and abandoned in lat. 39 0 .39' N., long. 
41 0 .52' W. 
25. An Amnesty declared for the Lomhardo-Venetian 
King,iom.-A slight shock of an eartllquake felt in Boston, 
ne.'lr Xottingham, England. 
30. An attempt made to destroy the EuropeanR in Hong: 
l\:oug, by poi
oning thcir bread.-Verger, the assas
in of 
the late Archbishop of Paris, executt:d. 
31, A slight Eohock of an earthquake telt at Venice, Pad ua, 
and other towns in Venetian Lombardy. 


Febr\1.ary, 185'7. 
2. In Melbourne, AURtralia, it is agreed that 8 hours' 
work shall constitute a day's work, and be paid for as such. 
3. Imperial Parliament opened by Royal Commission; 
the Queen's Speech read by the Lord Chancellor. 
S. Oen. Outram obtained a victory over the Persians at 
Kooshab, near Bushlre, 
9. About $2,000,000 worth of property destroyed in Al- 
bauy ùy t
e rising of the river and freshet
 C!\ubcd by t.he 
meUiug snow. 
1;). Piratical Junks at Toon-Chung, China, destroyed by 
the Eaglet's and Auckland's boats. 
16. Dr. Elibha Kent Kane, tbe celebrated American 
Arctic traveller, died at Ha.vana, Cuba, agpd 3õ.-The 
l"rench Legislature opened in the Palace of the Tuileries 
by tho Emperor in person. 
Ii, 
Iexico in 8. complete IItate of anarchy.-Volcano de 
Fue!!o, Guatemala, in an active state of eruption.-Insur- 
recti0n at Sarawak, China. 
18. }'ranCÌs Ellesmere, Earl of Egerton, died, aged 57. 
1!). Fearful coal.plt exploRlon at Sandhill, near Womb- 
well, England, about 18\1 lives lost. 
2!. Uev. T. D. Hlncks, Orientalist, died, aged 90. 
2;). Josp-ph Smnes, passt'nger sbip from London to Mel- 
tùurne, burnt at sea, fortunately no lives lost. 


:nlarch, 1857. 
3. A Treaty of Peace siJrned at Paris between Gt. Britain 
and Persia by Lord Cowley and Ferukh.Khan.-Election 
of !\1r, Buchanan as Presidcnt of U. S.-The Imperial Go- 
vernment defeated on the China question by It majority of 
16. 
4. Inau
uration of Mr. Buchanan as President of the 
United States. 
5. Conference at Paris on the suÞject of the Neufchatc1 
question. 
12, Fearful accidpnt on t.lIe Gt.. Western Railway, Canada, 
by the brel\king down of the D6'ojardins Ca.nal bridge, 63 
out of 100 lives lost.-John .Johnson died ill Allel.:hany 
townFhip, l'ennsylvania. agpd 103; he served in tho Con- 
tinental Army during the whole of the American revolu- 
tionary war. 
13. Earl Amherst died, aged 84. 
14. Treaty between D",nmark nnd principal States of 
Europe for abolition of the Sound Dues, signed at Copun- 
hagen. 
18. Comet discovered by 1\1. Bruhn at Berlin; this comet 
is that dIscovered hy M. Brorsen In }'cbruary, 18!6, and its 
return expected this year in Mayor .June. 
21. Rev. Dr. Scoresby, arctic navigator, died, aged C8.- 
Imperial Parliamt'nt prorc\jI;ued; the Speech, delivered by 
the Lord Chancellor, announced an immediate dissolution. 
26. Capture of Mohammerah by Gpn. Outram, with a 
force of 4,500; about 200 Per",Ians killed,-The session of 
the 8tates of the Grand Duchy ot Nassau opened at Wis- 
baden. 
Zl. Charles III" Duke of Parma, aged 31, died at Turin 
of a wound given by an assassin in the streets the llibht 
previous. 
30. British fleet lpft ConstantinoplEl,-Tl1e RussiaDs 
raised some of their ships Funk in Sebw;topol harùour. 
31. Madame otto Goldschm.idt (Jenny Lind) gave birth 
to a daughter. 


A}Jrn, 1857. 
2. A boat cont.aining pllssengers from Kingston to Cape 
Vincent, U. S., was capsized, all lost but two. 
3. The Sepoys of the 19th Bengal Native Infantry dis- 
banded for mutiny at Barrackpore. 
5. CeR
lItion ofhoRtiHties agllin
t Persia, Sir .Jas. Oub'am 
having received intelligence of the treaty of peace. 
6. An Aerolite was seen falling near Colmar. J<'rance. in 
the afternoon. it appeared from 11 to 15 inches in length. 
11. A Convention I'ip:ned In Guatemala bet\'\"l'en the Re- 
public and Perno by \\ bich the former gave adherence to 
the treaty called" Continentlll." 
12, II. M. brig Arab captured off Cuba a slaver with 370 
!'laves on board, the BurvivonJ of 500, shipped at Kabinda, 
Africa. 
13. Several houses destroyed in Frederlckton, N. B.. by 
tIle breaking up of the ice in the St. John lUver and piling 
up on land. 
14. PrIncess Beatrice born at Buckingham Palace. 
15. A policemnn ass'I'Finated in tIle streets of 
evr York 
by one of two blIr{!lars whom he had arrested, 
16. Right Rev. William Skinner, Bishop of Aberdeen, 
died, aged 78. 
20. The Grand Duke Constantine of Russia arr'ived in 
France on a visit to the Emp
or J'iapoleon. 
21. Departure from En,land of the Ellrl of }
ll!:in for 
China. as t,pccÌl11 ambassador to the Court of Pekin. 
22. Resnh'ed ill House of Commons that the Dúwry of 
the l)rincess Uo)al be f.-W,OOO, wIth an annuity of f.8.000. 
25. The Rn.l/ol Sovereign, 131 gun screw "hip, launched 
at l'ortsl.llOuth. 
28. Frelll'rick }
mefl;on, an eminent American instructor, 
died, aged GS. 
30. Duchf'/3S of Glollce!<ter died. aged 81, the last of the 
family of GeorjC4! lll.-W. B. Uuchanan. an American 
pOt't. died, a
ed 63.-The new Imperial Parliament lUet 
tbrdispatchofbusines5,
Ir.J!:\eln Denison elect<<d Speakt:r. 
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23 


REMARKABLE OCCURRENCES. 


JUay, J 857. 
1. Gen. Walker made terms of capitulation with Capt. 
Davis of the U. S, sloop of war St,Murg, and W88 taken to 
Panama. 
Ii. H. R. H. Prince Albert opened the Manchester Exhi- 
bition of the Fine Art!!. 
8. Eighty-five troopers of 3rd Xative Indian Cavalry 
senknced to imprisonm,,nt with hllrd Il\bor at Meerut, for 
refusing to receive the cartridg..s 
erved them. 
9. Fall of three houses in Tottenham-court Road, I,on- 
don, several persons buried in the ruins.-The Burdell 
murder case trial in l';ew York brought to a close, "\erdict 
.. not guilty." 
10. A mutiny broke ont in the natl\"'e Ea!'t IndÏlm Army, 
In which fiE'arly -10 regiments revolted; Col. 10 innil!. Com- 
mander.in-Chief, was one of the first murdered by the 
mutineers, 
11. "Iutineers arrived at Delhi, when the native troops 
fraternized with them. 
12. King of Delhi proclaiml'tl Emperor by the Insurgents. 
13. E. F. Yidocq. the French thief-taker and autobio- 
J{fapher, died, aged i8.-Fifty Europeans who had concealed 
themsel\"'t's at Delhi, discovered and massacred in the pre- 
lIence of the King. 
1.1. From this day to the 20th, and throughout the siege, 
thp accr:mnts of the condition of Delhi are uf the most ter- 
rible description. 
16. The NizamoftheDeccan died, his son proclaimed on 
Sund.lY lith, 
18. The &a King lost on a hidden rock nl;'ar 1I0lJhead. 
20. Gen. Anson arrives before Delhi, 
21. }:ng1i!'h ad\"'ance guard and siege train reached 
Kernaul from Umballah. 
25. The Crumlin Viaduct, South Wl\lpl". the largest in 
the world formally opened for trafflc.-Dattle of Escape 
Creek, China, 2i junks destroyed, 
26. A tremendous hurrkane experienced at Vienna. 
Zl. A forty-fourth planet lying between Mars and 
Jnpiter, discovered by H. Goldschmidt at Paris.-General 
Anson died of cholera at Kernaul. 
28. The boiler of the steamer InktTman exploded in the 
Toronto harbour, 9 lives I'Jst. the vessel a complete wreck. 
-A railway tunnel in course of cOlll!truction at Hauen- 
fõtein, Switzerland, fell in and killed 50 workmen.-Usury 
laws aboJi"hed in Sardinia. 
30. The King; of the Belgians adjourns the Legislative 
Cham hers in consequence of the popular ft't'ling against an 
Act pl\.S
ed grantim
 inrreased powt'rs to the Roman 
Catholic clergy.-Eattle of Gha7ei-ood-deen-nugger, defeat 
of the mutineers by Gen. Wilron. 
31. Mutiny at I,ucknow.-Arrlval of the Grand Duke 
Constantine of Russia at Osborne on a visit to Queen Vie- 
t<>ria. 


station, London, destroyed b;r fire. an immense lWlount 
of property lost. 
11. Moritz Retzch, the German illustrator of Shak8i- 
peare, &c., died, Ilged i7. 
12. Destructive firo at Port an Prince, 100 houses da- 
stroyed.-Destructive tornado near Vtiea, several lives 
lost.-Royal African mail steamship p'-iyer lost at Santa 
Cruz de Tent'.riffe. 
13. Several disasfrous whirlwinds occurred both in 
Canada and the United States; this day was predicted by 
a German astrononler as the ont' on which the earth would 
be destroyed by return of the famous comet of Charles V. 
-Ladies and children who had taken ret'u
e in the fort of 
Sh:msi, barbarously murdered. 
1.1. The ex-King of OUdA, in the Indian conspil'!lcy by 
intercepted papt!rs arrested.-
Iutiny at Aurungabad- 
Treaty of Commerce concluded between FIance and Rus- 
sia. 
15. The 108th anniversary of the settlement of ITalifi1'l, 
Nova Scotia. celebrated at that place,-A sortie from lJdbi 
repulRed by English trool's.-The great Handel }'estinl, 
performance of the "Messiah" at the Crystal Palace, 
Sydenham. 
16. The infantprineesl! was Laptized with grøat 
tate l1v 
the name of Beatrice, Mary, Victoria, }'eodore.-Hiot in 
New York in reference to their municipal affl1Ï1"s, th.. 
mayor, ::\Ir. Wood, alrested for 88sanlt, . 
17. Prisoners taken at Cawnpore by l';ana Sahib (,1\1 
barked in boats, fired upon and nearly all murdered. 
18. Up to this date 34 out 004 native regiments in Tn"ia 
had mutinied, and in most cas{'s kiIlt'd thdrofficers IndiEjj! 
and chiidren.-Emigrant ship St. Clair bound for Qu<,- 
ooc lost. passengers and crew rescued by American 
hi.. 
Grau and Jane. 
19. Fearful whirlwind, causing I!:reat destruction to 
property in County Beauharnois, C. Eo 
21. Sir Hu
h Wheeler died from wounds. 
25. The Privy Council pa"sed an order by whi,h thtJ 
Queen grants to Prince AlUert the title of Prince Consort 
durIng their joint Ii\"'es. 
26. Steamer Mnntrp.al from Qm'bec to :\fontreal burnt' 
mileR from Quebec at 430 P.M.. 263 lives lost,-The Queeu 
distributed in Hyde Park the Victoria Cross to 48 mi:itary 
officers and pri\"'ates. and U of the Royal navy IInd ma. 
rines; henceforth this honor \\ ill be conferred on thø field 
wht're won.-The Europeans at Cnwnpore made a till.... 
with Nena Sahib, who treacherously killed the men and 
captured the women while leaving the place in boats. 
28. The Central bank of New Brur:;swick robbed (',t 
.f5000 in gold and a lar,re sum in bank nott's,-St, Phillip',] 
church, Strongs\"'iIle. Ohio, struck by Ii
btning during 
service, providentially no one injurpù.-}"earful accident 
on the J'iorth Kent llililway, England, 12 lives lost, a great 
number seriously injuM. 
29. An in
urrecti.mary movement took placo iü Genoa, 
Italy, headed by JUazzinl. 
30. )liss Madeline Smith pla
erl on her trial fur thl' 
murder of her lover Emile L'Angelit'r, \'fho dil-d 2:>rd 
MlU"ch, iu Edinburgh. 
July, 1857. 
1. Tremendous hail storm at Frederlckbury, near 
Wa"hin 6 t'>ll, stones as large as hen's eggs.- The Fn:r, A rctir 
steamer, fitted out by Lady Franklin, BRiis unùer Capt 
)lrClintock in search of the remains of the Franklin E"\:()Q- 
Ii. )Iutiny at CawnporEl.-Ohio antI )Iis
lssippi Railway dition.-
Iutiny at Indore; masl'acre of the Europf'an'l 
opmed with !.treat festivities. -Duke of Marlborouj!h diffi at Blenheim, n(led li4.-'1'ho 
6. Nana Sahib attacked Sir Hugh Wheeler and is Earl of :\Iornlngton died, aged G9. 
driven back.-The Rmares mutinAers. marehing on AlIa- 2. Sir Henrv I,awrence woundE'd In a sortie at Lu('kx:ow: 
ha.n'l.d were joined by the native troops of that station, a died on the 4th.-Lord Elgin arrÏ\ed at Hong Kong. 
frightful slaughter fnsuetI. 3. Insurrection at Leghorn, Italy, "hich broke out 3Uth 
7. The whole kingd')m of Sa.'[ony shaken by fin earth- June, quelled. 
quake.-A fire took place in Le'!horn Thpatre while 3000 4. Great ñot in Npw York, streets barriendp,l, !j lIv",; 
pt'r!'onl! were witnesf;in
 the pt'rformanre of a plt-ce enti lost, 43 badly \\ounùed.-Railwa
 from city of !lfexi...o to 
tlffi the .. Taking of SelJastapol," 62 killl!d, b7 Injured. 'fHmpico formally opened.-Wm. L. Marcy an American 
8. Doll
la@ .Jerrold. the celeh. a'ad author dipd, R
ed M statesman died, aged 7"1. 
vears.-1'he l<:nl!;liRh dt'Rtroyed in the Canton river 127 5. Sir II. Barnard dit'R before DE'lhi of chQlt'rll, Th" 
junks mounting ov..r 900 gum! and 9000 men. garrison at Agra fought the Neemuch lUutineers. 
9 A meteor seen from Orand Island near Sault Ste- 6. Calcutta lilihted lJy gaR; thl! natives a
snmùl
d itò 
Marie at 10 o'clock in the daJ timd.-Camden Town goods thousands to gaze at the magic light,.." 
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June, 1857. 
1. Canadian steamship Canadian lo
 on the Pillars 
oolow Quebec.-Battle of )o'atsham Creek, a number of 
junks taken from the Chinese. 
3. Outhreak of the native troop!! at Neemuch, they 
plundered and set fire to the camp and slaughtered many 
of th..ir officers.-Lord Elgin arrived at Singapore. 
4, Thf' Rattle of Denares tì)ught in In
ia, the mutineers 
made {Iff for OutIe and Delhi. 


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24 


REMARKABLE OCCURRENCES. 


rtS59. 


7 . ' St.eam boiler of the Belæil 
1i1J
, St. IIilJaire, C E., I hundred fell during the night.-Melbourne, Australia first 
f'xploded, 4 lives lost and 7 dangerously scalded. lighted by gaB, , 
S. Great fire in New Orleans. 13. The boiler attached to Mr. W Watt's "ß
h and blind 
9. Dr. C'ronyn 91ected Bishop of the New Diocese of Lon- factory in Brllnlford exploded, c4using a great destruction 
lion, C. W.. by a clerical majority of two and a lay majo- of property. 

ity of thirteen.;-,!,rIHl, of Mi
s Madeline 8mith for p
i"on- 14. The Louvre is Inaugurated by the }:mperor ot the 
mg her lover. },mIle L Ang..her. concluded t.y verdlct of French with gn>at ceremony the Louvre was commenced 
acqnitt./ll.-BatUe before Delhi, English loss 240, mutineers In 1541 by }'rands I. ' 
about 500. . 15. Last night the J\ll'rcbants' powder malJ'azine in lIali- 
10. M.utiny at 8ealcote, India,-H. M. S. TranSIt lost on fax blew up, 5 houses demolished, several dama
ed, sup- 
tIle rocks off Cape Oelar, Banca Island. posed to have been fircd by an incendiary.-CoIJiFion on 
11, Sir Colin Camphell appointed Commander-in-Chief of LOIi
 IslaDd Soulld, between steamer Jldrop,olis and pro- 
the army in India.-Freedom of the city of London pre- peller J. .N. IIams, total loss of the latter and nearly all 
"ented to Prince Frederick William of Prussia. on board.-A fire broke out at Point Levi, 18 bouses burnt. 
12. Gen. Niphol8on defeats mutineers at 8ealcoh'.-8ir 16. Bl\ttle of Blithoor, the English under Havelock after 
('olin Climpbellieft London for Calcutta -Some rioting in an obstillate fight compelled the mutineers to give way 
lIontrelil in consequence ofthe display of an Orange fiug. with a loss of 250 men and several guns. 
13. Orange riotll In }Iontreal. 17. The hotel on Island opposite Toronto nearly washed 
16. Pierre .Jean de Beranger, the French poet. died in away by 
 storrr
.-The ship City nf Torrmln. huilt in 
or- 
I'l\ris aJ:ed 77.-Gen. llavelock defeats insurgents undfr onto lüst III stralts of BeUe Isle.-Dr. 
larFbHJI Hall died, 
!\pna'Sahib. a
..d {)j.-
 block of pure cf)st
line ice w..iþ!hing 251bs, 
17. Gen. lIavelock enters Cawnpore. 
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18. A waterRpout burst, after doing murh darnal!"e, near pore.-Terrific hailstorm in )les!'ina, Naples. 
f he village of
t, };lizear, 
. C.:-RisÏI!g at lIyderabad. I!ldia, 18. Heamer Tennnsee arrived at New York with 260 
promptly Rurpre!<s
d.-Engll!,b !<hIP, France.3 lost lD a deserters from Gen. Walker's army before llis !'urrender. 
tvphoon between Nmgpo and Shangal, 25 only saved. 
. 1!). Gen. Havelock attaçkll Nena 8abib at Bithoor and 19. Carters'. 
nd Cabm
ns' riot in Toronto,-The Monc- 
d..feats him.-A fire broke out in Taiefa. Portugal. which ton and ShedlH", R. R. (1'; .n.) opened. 

prpad over an immense tmct of a
ricultural country, 20. An eartbquHke in Peru, by which the dty of Puira 
involvinO' great destruction of property. suffered severely -'fhe Dunbar, with 1-10 pa!<sen):!eFs from 
20. Thomas Dick, antbor of Christian Philosopher, 
ndon to SYd
ey, .New South Wales, lo
t "I'Iithin six 
flied near Dundee, Scotland, aged 83 years. IT





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bOll, and aU on board \\lth the excep- 
21. 'The barque Mrma.çC() 10At near Buren, Newfound- _ . !õ: 
land. to!!,l'ther \\ith 50 8wt'dish passengers.-Telel!'raphic 21, Great crIcket match between the. Umted. "tHt.<>S and 
. t. ed bet een UmbaJlah and Bombay Canada on the Toronto grouIld, term mated 1lI favour of 
('ommu
lca JOn open w .' the latter by seven wickets.-A fearful hurricllne destrojed 
22. DlsHstrou<: !!,IIIe ('n coast of New BrunswIck, lo
s of every house in Woodland, Wisconsin. 
npwards of 1)0 fishing ve!<sels and a great number ofhves. . , 
-f'hah l\lulJ. a famous Jak leader. attacked 11Y a force from 2t. The Ohl(
 rrust Company !<uspended rayment.-T
e 
Mel'rut. and ut to route.-Great fire in St. Louis, U.S.,losll sprew steamship ('!fide fJ"Om Quebec to GlHS).!;O\V wrel'ked lD 
$200 000 p the Gulph, passengers and crew saved and brought to 
2': lIf
ltin of three native regiments at Dinapore. Liverpool by Anglo-Saxon. . 
. y ..., 25. A large body of mutineers defeat.ed by the EnglIsb 
2i. W. F. A. Delane, editor of the Times died, aged M. under Gen. I'iicholilon near Nujuffg;hur. 
... 2 d R. Lie d u
' O James 1I01roes, Llind traveller and author, 26. Financial cri
is in Kew York. 
alP . Hge I . 
29. Charles J.ucien Bonaparte. Prince di Canino died, Zl. Dr. R. W. Gr
swold',American autbür 
ied,. aged 42. 

ed 5;;.-Uattle of llusserut Gunge; dcfeat of t:le retels by 28, The SuspenslOn Budge over the D"SJardms Canal 
Oen, llavelock. blown down.-A live locust taken in the Strand, London. 
August., 1857- 30. Heavy rains, and rivers west of Toronto flooded. 
2. A portion of the cliff on Goat blanil, Niaj!arA Falls, 
:,.-ave way.-'fhe 'I.Jaha-Raja Gholab Sing died at Ca
hmere. 
3, Eugene Sue, the celehrated novelist died at Pads. 
lI
ed .f9.-The Sepoys defeated by Major Eyre, near Jug' 
despore, and t.he garrison at Arrah relieved. 
!. Collibion between steamers Mrmtmnrt'1lci and Quihcc 
ill lake St, Peter, lol's of the former.-Joohua Foreman, 
founder of city of Syracuse, N. Y., died, aged 71. 
;). Steamcr J. C. .ðfnrrisrrn, Lalte Simcoe. d"stroyed by 
I\re.-'rhe "hore end of Atlantic telegraph cable handed to 
If) the I,ord Lieutenant and laid on the main land near 
,. alentia. 
i, EatHe bf'fore Delhi, in wbich the mutineerR lire A!!'aln 
,I..featf'd; up to thi,; dllt.e the Enp:lish bad been engaged in 
;!.,j conflicts and were in\"ariably victorious. 
\!. 'The Empcror and Empress of the Frenrh visit Q
Ieen 
"Ïl'torill at Osborne.-A grcat fire occurred at DantzlC.- 
l"1\"0 slight shocks of earthquake fdt at Corfu. 
10. Tbe 55th native infantry disarmed at Ghazeepore.- 
Explosion of a powder magazine at Jounpore, destroying 
(,ver 500 houses and all the people living tbertein. 
11. Att.empt to blow up the new Providence House, To- 
,onto, with gunpfJwder.-8p',lIen Rcquitt.ed of the murder 
Ilf :\Jr I.ittle after a trial which !lIsted three nHYs,-" he 
.\tlHntk ft..legrapb rahle pllrt('d after heing laid 2ô5% milcs 
-The Rriti
h ministcr at Lima assassinated by four Peru- 
T
ns who escaped. 
12, 'l'he American As
ociation for the advancement of 

Ìt'nce "pened their 11th annual meetiuJI; in Montrea1.- 
Extraordinary colourcd meteors Been at Ostend, many 
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SCIJtclnbcr, ll'ì.'>7. 
1. Gen. Outram arrived at Allahabad with troops. 
3. Lord Elgin left Calcutta for Chins. 
5. Siege train arrived before Delhi. 
7. Disturbances at :\lurree, India, suppressed. 
8. English took pOR!'t'/!Rion of Roodsea Bagh within 320 
yards of the walls of Dellii. 
10. Mutineers from }'erozeJ1or arrIved at Dell1i. but were 
wcre refused admil'sion liS being al ettors of the English. 
12. Loss of the steamer rrntral America in 8 trem('nnou'l 
gale on her vOYHge from IlavHJJHh to New York, upward" 
of 500 lives lost, "he had 6:!6 pcrsons on board, and 
ne:lrly two millions of treasure. 
13. Lord Egin sailed for China from Singapore. 
U. Delhi. aRHlUlted under General Wilson who effectoo 
a lodgment in the city. 
16. The magazine In Delhi stormed and taken. 
17. Delhi palace attacked nnd taken. The King esCß- 
ped in female disguise. 
19. Gen. Havelock with 2500 men crossed the Ganges 
from Cav.npolt! on his way to Lucknow. 
20. D..lhi falls. British in I'ntire Po"
e"Fion of the city 
of Delhi. loss in aSFault, killt'd and woundcd l1í8, loss of 
the rebels "aid to be over 4000. 
21. The King of Delhi and his c.bief wife surrendered 
and their lives were spared. 


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1859.1 


RE}IARKAllLE OCCURRENCES. 


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....t> 


2
. T \\'0 sons and a grandson of the King of Delhi Clip- 
tured aud shot.. 
21. A Ru

illn Man-of-War the Liffcrt, foundered off 
IIogland, with 817 souls on board, allloRt. 
21. !\fount "Vesuvius Il","ltin in violent I'tate of Eruption. 
25. Gen, IIlIwlock arrives at Lueknt}w, the Residency 
relipved.-The Emperors of nnssia and of France IDet at 
Stutt::rardt at the King of Wurtemburg's Palace. 
2fi, 'I.'he enemy's entrenchments at Lucknow stormed. 
29. Lucknow taken. Gen, Neill killed. 
Octobe..., 1857. 
5. The American Che!'s Congress met at New York. 
';'. Nlltional th.st and humiliatit}n <lay in Enp:land,-the 
TIev. C. II. :<purgeon prea,hed in the CrY6tai Palace to 
23,654 persons. 
9. Cllrpet hag discovered on. o
e of the buttresses. of 
Wlltf'floo bridge, V,, don. contammgthe mangled reJDams 
of uody ofa mlln e\"Ï\lently murdered. 
10. Thomas Cmwford, Americlln Sculptor, died, aged 43. 
14. 
e"eral exten8ive failures of commercial houses in 
En!!;land. latply announced, commencement of the mona- 
ury clbis in that country. 
1i, Close ûf the !'IIanch<'6ter Art Treasures Exhibition. 
I!). I:xh'n
ive fire in Chicai!:O, several lives IORt.-The 
8tt'n.mpr Reinrler.., from Chicago to Montreal lost off Great 
Poiut au !5,mblp, onlJ b,o of the crew r..ached land. 
::!3. Piaccnza, Hilly, inundated by recent fioods and 
storms. accompani..d by great destruction of property and 
tobil ce6Sation of all kinds of traffic. 
2-1. Shi
 Catherine Adamson wrecked in6ide North Head 
SJdney, 2" lives lrJst. 
29. Ge:J.. Cavaignacdied, aged 55. 
N"ovembel.', 1857. 
3. Failure In effecting launch of LeviatTwn. the attempt 
deferred uutil Dt'eembt'r.-;::;hip Howadji from Hoston to 
Liverpool struck. by lightning aud destro
ed, crew saved. 
7. Thrf'e water"pouts Seen by the 6hip P1incess Charlotte 
while !'tanding do\\ n the 8trait
 of l\lalacca, 
8. :\Jt'hidpore attacked by the r
bels. 
9. An pxtensive confll\gration occurred at Port Adelaide 
.\ uFtral ia. loss $1,000,000. 
10. Du<'he
s of Nemours dicd at Claremont, aged 35. 
n. Grl1. Walher. the filibU6ter arrested at New OrJean8 
but admitted to ùail.-A fir", broke out in Sarah ,'{a.rlds, iron 
I'('rt'w steamer, on vOJage to India with troops, after the 
aftpr part of the veFsel was redul'ed to R mere 6heU the 
flRmt'
 were extinl!ui
hbd, 
he arrived lifter n lap.-e of sev- 
eral days at the )lauritiu6 without the loss of a 
ingle life. 
1
. 8uspl'n!oion of the Ðank Charter Act of18+! in Eng. 
land, in order to relieve the monetary preRsure. 
1
. Tbe RussÏ!ms deftJated n body of 3000 T6cherkesell in 
the CauI'asns, 
1;). Att!'mpt to assa!'6inate Oen. Moreno at Taropico, Mex. 
17. I.urknow reliøvød by Sir Colin Campbell aft er being 
closely beBet since 29th September. 
11'. A detachment of the 3Uh native Infimtry mutinied 
at Chittagt}\)I!;.-Terdfic e, ploEÏon of gunpowder at Ma)- 
ence, 500 per60ns injured. 
19. Royal presents from th!' Kings ofFiam for the Queen, 
prt'6ente,1 I.y the Siamf'se ambll

adors at Windsor Castle. 
-A Rhork of an earthquake wbil'h endured thr I'everal 
srconds felt at HI-bon Bnrl at variOU8 pldceB thl"01\j.!hout 
th,' wholp of Portugal.-The I'chponer Plying Cloud from 
Chic:l
t} wi:h 111.3011 husbpl8 . f whrllt lost on Lake l\lil'hi- 
gan within twpnty rodll of Bhore, 7 of the crew peri6hed in 
the cold, 'l. only sUl"vivpd. 
2t. A pt}wrll'r IDII!!R7.ino at Warsaw. explodell. 14 Rus!'lan 
IiOltli"r
 I I-t tl...;r !i"ps.-The st,'IWIPr .Hainlmw burnt on 
the )Ij
!-i'si,'pl, 71) Iivei! lost. 
23. {'ol. f'urand ßd\lIncpd on :\IuD!lesoor, attaching and 
dpfc.\ting tIlt, rrl1t'ls with heav
 lOBS. 

:; (' .... 
ir Henr.v Hsw!<Ick \V,Tn out by f.ltI:;ue and 
Auxi('t
. dh'd. at Alu:nh1igh. 


26. Gen. Windham attack('d and routed the first division of 
the Owalior Contingent, 3000 in number. 
':rï. The main boùv of the Gwa1ior Confingpnt f'ntered 
the civil station at Cawnpore and burnt the tents of three 
of our regiments. 
28. Sir Colin Campbell reached CawnporE'.-BrigRdier 
Wilson killed -The Queen of Spain delivered of a son. 
29. The interior of the Tower at entr1n'e of tile citadrl 
ofYincennfB, France, fen burying a whole m:litary post 
in its ruins. 
30. RE'neweù attempts to launch the Lp1tialhun, and con- 
tinued throughout the week but with slight 6Uccess. 
DeccJubc..., 1857. 
3. The Imperial Parlbment met in com,pqu('nce of the 
pressure of financial difficulties and Ihe 6taf.e of r udia. 
6. Sir Colin Campbell cömpletely routed the Gwa1ior 
Contingent.-Outbreak in KolhlPore county. 
7. The American Congress met at Washington-ThQ 
ship Húllaæ from Quebec to Grpenock cllp
i7.ed and after- 
wlirds right.ed 800 miles from Cape Clear from thii! day 
till the 17th, the crew experienced dreadtul suffprings from 
the loss of all provisions IlDd water by the accident, 
8. Filibnster Walker taken pri60ner by Com. Paulding. 
12. The Imperial Parliament adjourned. 
15. Thirty-one 6h(){'ks of an earthquake felt at Sillien in 
Hungary betwecn this day and 2Ul.I. 
16. A terrific earthquake in Naples. the towns f'f
lLlerno, 
Pott!nz!t, and I'\ola. and half tbe villages in the Province 
of Basilcati are destroyed, the loss in lite i" t'stimated at 
THIRTY THOUSAND and upwards, by the official Journal, 
and 250,00U houseless I 
17. Barnum's bouse, Iranistan, at Bridgeport, Conn" 
burnt, 1086 e6timated at $100,000. 
18. A fearful tempest raging in Constantinople, all ('Om- 
muniration in the streets or Bosphorus interl upted.-The 
:\Iarria
e treaty between the l'rincess l
oyal aud Prince 
Fredel'ick William of 1:'ru66ia 6igned. 
19. A dense fog envf'loped Paris. the driv('r
 of carriages 
&c., had to walk leading tht-ir hOI"!<('s to ave id accid"nt.- 
Steamer Col. FAwurds, burnt on Red River, U.
.. 15 lives 
lost.-Shock of an earthquake experienced in Algi('r6, the 
oscillation lasted 15 seconds. 
22. A fever which had been ra
ing in Li
bon since 9th 
SE'ptrmber ceased, out ofl3.482 ca6es 4759 died. 
23. The American Congress adjourned till 4th January. 
24. Election riot at Fergus, C.W., one man IJst bis life. 
28. Canton bombarded at daylight and continued 
throughout the day and uIght.-Uty of M,) here, Indis 
taken hy storm, 
2
}. Canton assaulted and Itaken In three divis:ons, two 
English 4600 men, and one French \100 men.-8evere 
shocks of t-arthquake agllin fdt in Naples. ti)rtunately 
unattended with any 8erions accident; "iùrations of the 
aarth are being fdt daily. 
ASTROXOmCAI, DISCOnmIES D1JRIXG 1857. 
Comet I.. by Dr. D'Arrest, at LeiPBic,2:.!nd Feb, ,'isihle 
IIbnut eight week... Cornet II., by 1\1. B uhns, at Berlin, 
IRth :\Iarch, vi
ible for nbout elevt'n Wet'kR. (this comtJt is 
identical with that discovered by l\l B"orst'n. 18+1). Planet 
(4:;) by I\Ir. N. l'o/Cson at Oxford. 15th April, n'imed 
Ariadne. (,lanpt (U) by III. Goldschmidt. at Paris. 2ith 
:\(ay. lJomet III.. hy Dr. Klink('rfues, at GotlÏngen. 2"2nd 
June. vil'lble ahout four weeks. Planet (45) by \1. Gold- 
Rehmidt, at Pari!', 28th June, named J'ugenls. Comet IV., 
by 1\1. Dieu, at the Imperial Obst'rvatory at Paris. 2Sth 
July, vi"ible about fiJUr weeks; (this eOIllt't was disl'overed 
also by Dr. C. II. F. Peters, at Dudley. U. 8., on fhe 25th, 
and by Pr fe660r Habicht. at Gothll, on 30th July) I'lanet 
(-16) by 1\lr. N, I'o
s()n, at Oxford. 16th Augu..t. named 
Hf'stia, Comet Y., by Dr. K!inkcrfues, at Gottin!!:en. 20th 
AUj!ust. visihle for about 
i)[ weeks. Planet (4ï \ by Dr, 
(.lither at Hilk. ]5th f'eptember. Planet (-IS) by !'tI. G(,ld- 
sl'hmidt. at P>lris, ]!lth September, naUle,l I'nlt,s; alBO 
another pl:tnAt (4\1) hy the same pt'r80n 011 the !<>LIDC ('\en- 
ing. nanwd Doris. Planet (50) h.v Mr. J.'er
lI'on. at \\ a<h. 
ill
ton. U. 8.. 5th Octobt'r. named Virgin I!!. (Ihis planet was 
al
o d..lA>rt"d b.\' Dr. I.uthpr, at Uilk, on the l\lth October). 
Cornet "1.. hy Dr. Donati, at }1crer:cE', lOth Kovember. 
,bible for a.bout 
h w
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C03IPARATIVE Sl'A'l'.K\lJ.<:
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CIvIl Government ...... ....,........... 22-1.12205' 1 23 '1.051.88 
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Geolo.rical Survey... .,.................. 21,9
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Pub.lil' Work>: 
nd Buildings......... 3íl.15130 293.18Ü.38, 
Indum AnnUIties........................ 3.j,020 oul 35.120.00 
Sillkin'l Fund............................. 243:
9*1'>81 2nOOOOO. / 
A.
riculture...,.. .......................... 7l:82Ùi;;1 90:0í2'22 1 
RAmoval (}f
eat of Government...... 36.8lìl.i8! 8.368.57 I 
JrU<;c..Ilaneolls ............................ 228,i93.00: 4i.178.52 / 
Post Office Senices for '56 & 57...... ...,.. ...... '''1 27G,040..1

 

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Total..................... ...$ 1. 4202 .
8 .i6i 17ü9.300.m l 


Vu"um. ..:
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.
.:.:...............l l m:s:: &, 1 "'>"
:." 
Excise ... ............ ......,......... ...... 82.129.65 107."87,45 
Territorial,..... ......,................... l02.r:!5.35 1:3i\.2".l:!.95 
Bank Imposts........................... 88,5iO.H:\ i5378.02 
Revenue from Public Works ....... 20i ,OülAS 13",tì21.-l3 
Militia }'mes. &c. ...................... 45.()(1 20:
.40 
J.'illefl & Forfeitures, incl. Seizures 9.3.tü.9i) 9,i:!2.02 
CIl
uHI Revenue ........................ j 321,60!W4 IS1.9S7.\J5 
Law }'ee Fund. 12 Vic. c. 63 & ü*. 27,656.93' 3:\.2iá."5 
Geu."II>
'UIli711............... U',
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4 


C.\.RRYIXG TRADE AND NAVIGA.TIO
 uF THE PROVINCIAL CANALS UF CANADA. 
No. 1.-Summaryl Slafi"ment oft/II! business of the JVolland, St. Lawrence, ChamlJly. and Burlington Canals, St. Ours and 
St. Ann's Ln,cks. showing the Total Quantit., of each description of Property passing through and an tlllJ same, and the 
_ .Amou/1t_oL Tolls c
ct ed. d 
ri!l!!.!'I'-..J!.ear 1R57. 


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Wen.nd Canol "",wrenrec.U'li Ch.mb1y "'uoJ Bu'!;u.t= n., St. A
', Lock. 
Articles. Ii. St, Our's Lock. Canal. 
Tu"" I Tun.. Tu., I
 Tnu' Tun, Tn... 

 Tun" Tun. _ 
I $ ct $ ct 
 ct. $ I't. $ ct, 
ef'scls ofall kinds..........,.... 1,118.4:\4 23,677.9:1 690,031 7.5!J3.78 158,064 1,775.9i 1*2.410 1.1
.i5 176,9;;6:2,211.95 
IlsFengers C
umber)............ 17,2:12: 32/';.6;1 31,962 2.078.62 2.423 4:!.2P ........... .......... 11.1ö1.t1 06.78 
Produ
e of the }'orest '.......... 300,9Ri' 32,719.5(\ 327.34312.100.07 89,75" 5,956.7:2 19.52'r,163.2:1 133.31ì11,611.87 
arm litock ........................, 2471 52.1
 1,56i 333.88 44 2.22 45 7.]i 285' U 25 
nimal Produce ................... 5,109 1,911.2:\ 3,531 7.f3.0:
 2:!7 2312 183 71 ü7 9*5\ 4i.17 
e
et'1ble Food...............,..... 338.334120.6fil.i3 120,306 :
2.851.68 18.117 1,753.18 17,6;;U,*,04i.5!' 2,IH;) 108.37 
thpr A.rric'l'tur,1 Proi)n('t
. 1.199 41-l.0á 2517 ::113.3'\ 1.227 92.70 13, In.:\:' ]01 5.05 


No.2.-SI'ltpment showing the J\.umber, J\Tatirmal Clwrrreur, and Tonnage (crrmpvt,xlfrom a{JgregatlJ '1Iumber of l'rips 
made dl/rin? tlte Seasrm. of .J.Yavigation) qf J'éssels wln"ch passed an and t"rO/trlll tlte }ïe1land, St. ÚlWT(,/1CP, Chambly, 
and BurlingtrlTl BIIJ' a.l71als, St. OIlTS and Sf. .Ann'.' Loch. dUr1nqtll' 'l/enr 1857. a'1ld Ammmt nf Tn11.
 co1ll'rt,d thl'Te.rm. 
From Canadian'From Canad. From Amer. From Amer. Total I 
toC.mad. portS. l lto Am. PortA. toCan.l'orts to Am. Ports . Am T on i n i t of 
Vessels. -- - - I 0 s 
No. _ 
 No. Tons. 
 Tons. _ No.1 Tons. 
 'l'onF. , on Vessels, 
I $ ct. 

 <li3 .,; f WeIland... .............. ...... 1.fì:
f' 224.984 1 624 91.42á 781 102.575 ...... ......... 3,041 41R.9R4 7.5!J5.i2 
.!1 m 
 Ft.. I.awrence..........,...... 6,96i 616.369 1 27:: 2.tlR9 28
 24,2'\6 ...... ..,...... 7,52!"> fìü4.8H 7,
q:.. . }.38 

æ a ChHmhly & St. Ours Lock. 630 3l.í03 61!- 4!.2-lfi 6U 45.279 ...... ......... ],RRI 121.2:.!S/ 1.3'\1.5.'3 

 
 j ßurlin
ton Bay............. 349 76.400 137 12.729 135 44,3-10 ...... ......... 621 1
3.4fi9, 1.0:.!t.fiO 
O
UJ LEt, Ann's Lock .............. 2,511 153.161 2R4 21.281 ...... ......... ...... ......... 2,i95 174.44;;, 2,1<;0..17 
Total CHnadiltn Vessels... 12,1051.102.6171.936 1!J3,8i3 1,825 !lßASO ...... 1 .......... , 15.8ü61,512,970 1 $19,,1,14.70 


 ..; { WeIland ....................... 18:< 19,442 60[1 92.351 /H7 9t.9.t:! 1,7S6';;:!2.71;; 3,19;; 729..f5') 16.(1
2.2() 

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t. LHwrence................. 3 ]20 1m 13.301 161 11.086 1-1 NiO 31i 25,1R7 311.10 
i] ê Cha
ùly&St.OursLock. 8 2
1 3

' lR.2:!\I 373 18,055 6 331 7
0 36.836 4
4.

 
a.,; CO> BurllD
ton Bay........,.... ...... ............ 11 8.941 ...... ......... 11 8.011 1 .t._a 
-< hil St. Ann's Lock............... ...... ............ 27 1.2;;5 27 1,255 ...... ......... 54 2.510 30.98 
Total AmerIcan Vessels..."W.i 19.7R3 1.23!
 13.f.Oi7 1.178 1:!5.338 1,S06523.726 1 4.ni l 802.924 1 $16.'J73.26 
OrHnd Toh,I-f'llnHi)iHTI & Ampr'n 12 29!' 1 ]2
.400 .
.1F '\27.!J50 300:{ 341.$;IR v
ofil;;2.!.7
6120.2R:\'2.315 R!J4 
:
/1.3S7 96 
r\o. 3.-AI
Accnunt nftlllJ Gros.
 and Net RevenuefTom aU sourcesfTom tlte Provincial Canals of Canada,for the year 18...7, 
To Amount of 'fon
 collpcted............... ......,.. .........,.. .................. ............ ......... ,........... ......,...... ......... $353.ß.!] .38 
" of Fines. Weiland Canlll.......... .....,.......................... $1;20.00 110. Amount of Rents, 
!Ì.u17 b! f:,m7.1
 
of do. Dam'l'!e aT,d Stora"'e, 8t. Lawrence CIlll>lls....$
.317 .0::: D'I. do. *,
.1:
 00 G$:O.03 
of do. ChamblyCllnal....
.................................... $
!2.07 Uo. do. 11:3.00 ::áá.Oi 
Gro
 Revenul' fl'om an 
ources.................................................... $3fi7.4fì3.:.(1 
v!'s ChaTges for Salaries, Repairs, &1'., 8ml rcfumhd on Fr('e Good:'....................................................... 
á!.
5.a2 
Net Revenue, all Incidental Expen
es deducted.................................................... $109.518.]8 
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IMPORTS ASD EXPORTS. 


29 


I 1\1 P 0 R T S . 
No,l.-Summary State ment of flIe Value of Imports, and the .Amount of Duty collected thereon, for the year ]857. 
I FROM WHAT COUNTRY IMPORTBD. 
Impurts. TotaIValue.--- - ------ 


- - 
-- Amount of 
Ut. Britain. BRITISH COLONIES. U. States. Other For'gn Duty. 
N. America. W. Indies. Countries. 
I :; ct. $ ct. $ ct $ ct. $ ct. $ ct. 
41i,312.9(' 377,406.45 2
,603 O
 4,351,306.8
 369,5i3,90 1.042,i84.63 
120.7 4
.05 :U.j.90 
.. ...... ... ... ... .... 450,535.95 18,984.6fj 11b.131.48 
12,967,849A5 21,093.92 .................. 4,511,236.05 3a,691.63 2,C81.354.84 
11iÔ,28i .31< .................. .................. 109.271.70 4.600,52 14.509.10 
2.130.61l.4i 9.9
O,9S 1,31l.5
 544.07!;1.9:! 42.912,80 68,271.13 
1,146,216,03 343,112.15 2,908.1; 10,258,220.53 57 ,4!7 ,43 .................. 
; 17 ,559,0:!5.28 -- 751,888.10 - 26,822.77 
0,2
4,650,97 868,210,9< 3,925.051.18 


$ ct. 
Paying 
pedfic Duty..... 5,538,203.08 
At 2ù per cpnt, ............. 590,6l4,55 
At 15 p..r cent. ...... ....... 17,8ï4,8i1,05 
At 5 per cent... ............ 290.159.60 
At 2
 pcr cent............, 2.728,845,75 
Free Ooods ... ......... ...... 1
,407 ,904,32 
Total..,...... ,..$ 39,-130,598,35 
No.2.-CVmparative Statement showing the Gross Jálua and Duties of .Articl"s of British and Foreign ltlerclland'Ü!e, 
entered for CVnsumption in Canada during the years 18':;5, 1856, and 1857. 


Goods 


1855. I 1856. 1857. 
Value. I Duty. Yalue. Duty. Value. f Duty. 
$ ct. $ ct. $ ct. $ ct. $ ct. t ct 
5,920,163,10 1,309,466.92 7,.H3,6!0.92 1,535,910.77 5,538,203.08 1,042.i84.r.3 
.................. .................. 269.806 98 53.972.10 590.614.5:> 118.13l.48 
1 i ,
20,284.53 2,152.535.87 20.902.532.85 2,843,542. Ii 1i ,Ri 4,&71.05 2,681.354.84 
2.;)51,1861; t3ô,779,70 2,'ì76,639.53 i5,45i.05 3,019.005.35 82.780.23 
10,38.3,535,65 .................. 11,991,766.95 ......... ......... 12.-107,904.32 .................. 
36.086,169.45 I 3.525,i8249 43.584.387.23 4,508,882.09 39.4-'30,598.35 3.925.051.18 


Paying 
pecifìc Duty ...... 
At 20 percpnt................ 
At 127:l and 15 per cent... 
At 5 and 2

 p.:r cent. .... 
}'ree Goods................. .., 


Tüt:tl............... 
 


No. 3,-Total Jtllue of .Articles Importl'd directly into Canada 
from the Cnited Kingdom and the British lYorth .American 
PJ"ovinc
.
, being the growth, produce and manufacture 
thereof. for the yearð 1 ".34 to 185i inclusive, admiUed Fru 
of Duty under 12 ric., cap. 1, and 13 d': 14 Vie., cap. 3. 
185-1............ $348.803.10. I 1856............ $t86,769.57. 
1855.........,.. 216,978.80. 1857............ 3i4,913.71, 


No.4.-Total Imports into Canadafrom Fbr. Jv. Indies, 1857. 
Direct from F(lrei
n West Indies....................$ 36.268.27. 
Through the United States............................ 51i.849.97. 
,. 1\ovaScotia,Xewf'land, & P, Edw. Island, 59,596.50. 


No. 6,-Cmnparative Statement of Imports, exhihiting in 
crmtrast the Value of and .Amounts of Duties collected 011 
Goods entered for Consumption in Canada during till 
years IBM to 1857 inclusive. 
Value. 
1854 '" ......... $10,529,325.35. 
1855............ 36,086.169.4!'i. 
11356............ 43.584,38i .23. 
1857............ 39,430,598.35. 


Duty. 
$4.809 004.93. 
3.5
5.7R2.48. 
4.508.882.08. 
3,9:!5,051.18. 


No. 1.-.A Relurn of the Total Jálue of Goods Imported into 
Canada, VIA St. Lau'Tf:T!æ. frurn the Provinces of .Nova 
Scotia, P,
ew Brunswick, Prince Edward's Island, and 

tlil Import"tions....................,.........,......
(ì]
, 714.i1: Ne:wfmmdland, during the year 1857. 
No. 5.-Total. VallU of Goods enumerat
d in the 
eciprocity I Nova Scotia ...... $387,781.92' 1 P. Edward'sTsl'd, 1.411.70. 
Treaty, bemg tM growth and produce of the Unüed ,<;tates. New Brunswick, 20,220,00. Ne" foundland... 2'20,125.47. 
and imported into amada during the years 1856 and 1857. _ 
1856....,.... $S,082,820,68. I 1857......... $ 8,642,043.88. TotaI................. $1'29.539.09. 


EXPORTS. 
No. l,-Summary State:ment of ralue of Exports (.Articles of O:madian Produæ and ],[anufacture) during (he Yt/lr 1857. 


Export!!. 
Produce of the :\line............................ 
Do. 1<.i
heries ............ ....,..... 
Do. }'ore<<t ...... ..................... 
Animal
 and their Products...... ......,..... 
Agricultural Products ................. .....'... 
Mlmufuctures...... ........, ... .......... ......... 
Other Articles, inc, Ships built at Quebec, 


Total Value. Great Britain. ll. X: America. United States. For. Countries. 


2
fi.468.60 
540,113.20 
11,730,386.83 
2,107,239.98 
8,8fì2,825.40 
3
8,820.85 
1,504,56.1.07 


66,57i!.60 ..................... 219.890.00 ...........,...... 
50.166.15 131,449.75 154,4l7..w 20.t.Oi9.90 
8,176,714.50 65,148.33 3,456,993.43 :n.530.51 
27,735.18 104.23007 1.9i 4.674.73 600,00 
1,21\2,715.35 515,110.08 7,104,999.97 ........... ...... 
116.73t.28 52,19U7 199,-103.80 30,t88.60 
1,401,400.55 7,106.75 96,056.7i .................. 
11,102,O H.61 
75. 2:J9.16 _ 13,206,4 3610-'_ 200.609.07 


_T
ta1..................$ 25A5
U
3 


Ko. 2.-Compltrative Statement. showing the Cr().
s Va11J.e11 of Articles ofl 
o. 3.-Statistical Yï:ew of the Cbmmerct of Chnada, 
Canælian Produce d': fttanu,lacture E:rported during 1855, '56 & '57' 11 exhibiting the Value Q,f E:rports to and 1m prITts 
from GreaJ Britain. hrr Colonies, and Foreign 
Countrns, during tll#! year 1857. 
Countries. Value of Ylllue of 
Export!!. Imports. 


Articles. 1855. lOO
 I 18;)7. 
--- 
Produce ofthe 'line,........... 125.1;3;;.1:3 165.641.73 286,468.60 
Du. }'isheries ...... 459,1I20.:!0 456,3t6.72 540,1l3.2Cì 
Do. Fnrpst........... 7 .947 .!l2
.3i 10,019,8'j
.08 11.730.386.8.'1 
Animal!! and their Products... 1.595,184.10 2.5C>4.0fi9.38 2,10i,239.91<' 
A
ricultllfltl Products... ...... 13,030,399.f13 H,9i2.275.53 8,882.8:!5 40 

I!1.nufactureR.................. '" 4i6.0ii.22 373.62807 398,8:?0.8.> 
Oth.Art. & Shipsb.l\tQuebec 1.2'18.107.73 1.256.276.37 1,504.fifì4.Oí 
Estimated F.x,Rhort returned 3.265.013.6i 2.238,900.00 1,556,2D5.Oí ; 
Total............ ...$ 28,1i!8.461 05/32.0t7,0l6.8S: 27.006.1124.001 


Ureat ßritllin........... 1l,102.0t4.6
 17,1i59.Cl2fi.28 
N. American Colonlef 875,:!39.15 75V<
8..t() 
Briti"h West T ndle
... .................. 2f..82:!.71 
U. 
tates of America. 13.206.13fi.1f 20,2:!4 fi50.97 
, Other }'or'n Countrief 2ti6,699.0C 868,210.93 
I Total............$ 2 5,450.418.93 39.430,598.35 


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32 


THE FINANCIAL CRISIS. 


[1859. 


TIlE FINANCIAL CRISIS OF 1857-8. 


The autumn an 1 winter of 185;-8 will long be remem-I but the intimate relations which bind commercial nations 
bered by the occurrence of one of the most severe and sudden together had not btJen accorded tht'ir due impol.tance. 
commercial crises that has been experienced dUlinJ the I Houses in the American trade began to give WltY, and in 
present century. The recurrence ot"such panics at almost their f,dl involved others in ruin. Haukiughoul<el!Uflong 
regular intervztls of eight or ten years for the last hundred standing toppled down side by side with th" wiJd specula- 
yeal's, has afful'ded matter for much speculation; and po- tor or reckless adventurer. The fair tame of 8cotti
h l:mk- 
litical econouÜ..ts have favoured us with many different I ing was stained by the failure uf one of the princip:tl Hank- 
theuries to account for their occurrence. It is not our pur- ing In..titutions under circumstances so diôcredit,lble as to 
pose howe,-er to t.rztce the causes of these periodical diôast- throw t!ven the wiùi cat banking of our western nt!i
hbors 
ers, but rather to glance at the history of the late" crisis," I in the shade. An institution with seven and a.halt" millions 
its effects on the trltde and cowmerCA of the world, and ot dullztrs of paid up capital, and thirty millions of deposits 
particularly its bearings on the agrÏeultural, commercial, became hopelessly Insolvent, and cztu..ed it is said an 
and m.llluf:\cturill:
 interests of Canada. aillount of suffering in Scotland greater than thztt entailed 
In tral"Ïng the efiects of the criôis, its C'lllSes will be incl- upon the country by the .hm
ian War. 
dently discusried. 'l'he causes were doubtless diff"rent in }'rom these scenes of mortilication and suffering let us 
in different countrie,,; )'et so intimate are the relations turn to our own country. There was a pressure upon us 
which bind commercial nations together, that any inter. from England, France, Uermztny, and the united ;StzttèS, 
ruption tel the general business of the one is speedily and for we were indebted to them all. '1'he priee of 0111' princi- 
injuriolls1y felt by aU. I pal article of export hltd fallen nearly one hund'e,1 per 
Within the 1,ISt forty years, the commercial world has cent. in value within tour momhs. The cry of Hl\l1k tailure 
experienced five distinct ,. clises," each varyin
 in its ap- wall heurd on every hand. Exchange in l
nghllld hall gone 
parent c:.lu
eô. The crisis of 1818 is remembered for its down to 98, and the Bank of England had raiôed the rate of 
se\erity both in England and the United St.ltes. At this interest to ten per cent. 'I'he Ameriean Hltn!,.ers were col- 
period Sir Hobert Peel carried his mea
ure rel'tricting the lecting our Bank notes over a frontier of a thousal1d miles, 
issues of the Hank of Englztnd, a law whkh has been con. aud demanding specie at every llank counter. '1'he United 
demned by many monetary write.'s. In lS
'")-6 another Stzttes Banks had suspended specie payment, The Bank 
crisi.s occurred. iuduced thron
h famine in England, and a of I';nl!lalld had been pormitted by Govelnment to exceed 
fall in the price of Cotton in the United States. In 1833 its legal issues. The Bank of .France and the Hauk of 
another finandztl revulsion t.ook place in the United States lIamburg had received assist.ance from their l"Cspective 
eonsequl'nt upon the establishUlent of the Treasury by Go\'ernments. In the midst of this general embztrrztSSlllen, 
Geneml Jackson, and the removztl of Government deposits and wztrm it is a matter not only of congratulation but of 
from the Unit,.d States Bank. In 183i occurrt:d the great- pride, that not one Canadian Bank su!'pended !'pecie pay- 
est commercial and financial crlliis of which we have any ment. Intimately connected with the neighbouring Uuiun 
8CCûunt, exceed in.; in its effects 8nd endurance, though not in our businl'ss relations, having the same lega.l t.el1der. 
in intensity, that of 11i57. and beiug e'C{)olied to the I\!lme ril'ks from the withùrltwal 
The crisis of 18.ji fell like 8 "thund"rbolt " on the com- of public conlidence, it speaks" ell for our bztllk manal!e- 
mercial world. The mania for I>peedy riches had so blinded ment that not one Hanking Institution in Canada tlibhon- 
the lJUblie mind, t.hat thedJ.mger:o which were Ilccumulating oured its paper for a single day. :Not one we belie\e ever 
on every 
ide WHe unperceiv, d or uncared for, till our whole filtered, and from the following table it will be seen that 
commercial and monetary systems were invol ved in one com- public confidence WII.8 never for a moment withdrawn, L 
m
n chaO!'. frl.m which they are only yet 8Iowly emergi.ng. '!ONTHLY A ,ERAGES OF C4.:'<IAD1A:'<I BA:'iKS, 
Scarcely had the abund,lllt harvest of the South and _ ---=-_ 
"West beeu secured, when the failure of a lal'ge banking Dat<c', 11;57. Cztpltal Discount z:,pecie. Clrclat'n Depol>itll 
ei!tablh.hment in Uhio with its principal agency in l'\ew _ _ _ _ _ _ 
York alarmed the public mind. On the 24th 01" August, $ $ $ $ $ 
18,")7. the Ohio Life and Tru
t Company clnsed its doors. .July 31st... li92-lG6i 3224:3981 2"lti
167 lOitJ()l(,j 86:.!'")924 
The conneclion of this large Institution with other minnr Aug. 31st.. 1809:!088 32931843 2:!i2310 lOí7ï351; bh
1015 
concems soon brouóht theBe to a stand, and the alarDl, aid- Sep. 30th.. 180H70l 339ti8fj27 2024u81 11507205 b83ï
7 8 
ed anù increased by the Elect1'Ïc Telegraph, soon became Oct. 31st... 1i88ï692 33082530 2135:!,u l0711S13 8l-l2::54 
genernl. Afeelillg of universal insecurity created a desire 1'\ov. 30th. li9.J,03,j4 31273693 2553435 98(i6-l:35 i45,jI::g 
to realize and the best securities dl'preciated in value. Dec. 31st... 1;9912813 30745735 221i237 915i9,(j 813i-l!i4 
Those step cltildrm called Bank notes, which are never 
welcome to the p:lternlll roof, flocked home in thousands, It is true that many parties advised the suspension or 
like unwelcome viôitOI"S at the most inopportune moment. specie payment, and al\lemberofthe PrO\incial Parliztment 
Discount'! were Cûntracted. and Dlerchants, Dtanufacturers compared tbe conduct of the Banks to the charge of Bala. 
and business men generally who had large payments to clava," as mad liS it was glorious," 'I'he abo\'e returns 
nmkf>. yieldrd to the pressure. Stocks f
lI to an unprece- however clearly indicate thl1t no sudden contraction of the 
dented low fi
ure, and. exchange became unsaleable. The cunency took place. It cannot be denied that the dcter- 
loss of('onlidence so essential to commercial activity became mination of the ll,mks to continue specie paymentli at all 
after a'l the gl'eztt cause of nine.tenths of tht! evils result- hazards, was attended with serious inconvenience to the 
ing from the crisis. Houses of undoul ted standing wt're mercantile community; buton the other hand, the pressure 
looked upon \\ith distrust. Ample means WztS no security W which these we.-e subjected was the best test of their 
again"t failure. The funker looked upon the merchant's solvency, and cannot filii ultimately W give confidence In 
paper with su!'picion, and the merchant looked upon the their stability. We must not however attriÞute the pros- 
Bank notes with equal distrust. '1'he poorer classes sur- tration uf business in 1858 to the panic of 185;. Canada lo!!t 
rounded the Banl;:s. and in their eagerness to save them- Cûmparatively little by the crisis. She was a debtl'r, not a 
selves fl'om loss. withdrew tile precious metals, an act wliich creditor 1J0th as regards England and the Unit.ed :o;tates. 
was spc.edi!y to depri,e them of their daily bread. Depriv- Her great difficult.y arose frum being pressed for payment 
I'd of the bR!'is of their circulation the Hanks curtai.led their at an inconvenient time. lIer 8ul"plu!! productions on 
discounts, worl_!.hops and factorieli were closed, and thou- which "he relied w meet her engagellll'nt!! had not only 

ands "f industriuus workmen in the principal cities of the depreciated in value, but owing to the loss of bankin;{ facili- 
United States wete thrown out of employment. lI1ean'ime ties could nelt be brought to market. Under these circnm- 
the Uniced StateR Cûuntry Banks (of whieh there are over btances it need not be wondered at the general bu!'iuess of 
1000) Imspended in dozens, the Banks in Philztdelphia tbl- the country was seriously interrupted. Three ti.urths of 
lowed suit, aud on tho thirteenth October sevel'al New York the people of Upper Canada are engaged in agriellltnral 
Bank/: gave W.tY, On the next day, by 
eneral agreement, pursuits, and the otbers al'e mainly dependl'nt upon tbese. 
the whole New York City Banks (except theChemicltl)sus- 'fhe tit 1 in the price of wheat was clearly the grea cause 
pendt'd s1->ecio payment. 'The turning point was now reach- of our emharrßljsment. Thiri article is the llJl\in element of 
ed and men bel!an to Lreathe freely. The notes of the the pro
perity of Upper Canada. Its fztll was not c/lused by 
great mHjority ofthe U nitcd States Ha.nks Lelng secured by the (;ri
iô, hut was rather the cansI' of the crisis itl>eU: Eng- 
btocks llztS
eù free}.", and for nearly two months scarcelya land, through the fuH d
velopment of her manufacturing 
Bank in th!' United States paid :::pecie at its counter. industry. is not 
o entirl"ly dppendent upon Ilgriculture. 
}'rom the united States the p.nd" pa!'sed to Ell
rlandand The U. States in their mInes and manufactnrøs have also 
the continent uf .Europe. At firlit it was tho{;J!:ht thllt sOl1rcesofwealth npartfrom the products of the I>oil. Hence 
Lnbland could stand the !'hock without serI.ous dHficulty, we see these countdes sp
dily recover from the effi:ds of the 
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THE FINANCIAL CRISIS. 


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erisi
. In Canada It ig otherwise The caU8t'S of our diffi- 
culties remain. Debtt! contrack.d in June, l8;)i, required 
double the quantity of prod uee to di
ch"rge them iu June 
1858. l'he evil is incurred hy our purchases IJdng princi- 
pally from abroad. The large importati..ns send the gold 
out of the country and contracts tbe Bank circulation 
Tbe t!ca.rcity of money prostr.1tes internal trado, and the 
farm...r't! h )me mMket il! de
trüyeù. Hi.. returns art! dimin- 
ish",d on eVtJry sidt!, whilt! hid liabllite8 rthnain the s!tme. 
The purcha
o of an extra hundred acre!! of land which 
under ordiuary circum
tance" he could baveea8i1y met, boo 
comes a l!uurC4:1 of embarrlU;Slllent, and he is regarded as 1\ 
JIIpdculator iu real estate. the mechauic who in the bright 
day of1Jr<lsperity had purchased a village lot, is thrown 
out of emVlu.yment: he cannot meet his 11U,ta.meDtB and 
the da. ill
!I of yea.rs f!\1l into the handt! of the Bheriff. 'l'ht! 
tiu!<peusioD of kome industry necesbitate8 large imp'Jrta. 
tinus of tÕJreign gouds aud the evil Ì8 increased. 'ro 8how 
the dis:t...troull reliultg to Cauada ari8in
 from the fall in 
the ,prÌ(:e of whea.t.1ndother causes; we ha"e only to state 
the tutal "xpurts from Canada fúr the last three years:- 
EXPORTS. 
1855. 1856. 1
57. 
Products of Agriculture...!.3,65ß,395 4,38-1,083 2,7-47,516 
.. the }'orest ..... 1,986.980 2,504,\líO 2,\JJ;! 516 
Other Products '........ ..... 587,!S6 562,9i9 682,492 
It thu:! appears that the value of our ex ports of agricul- 
tural l,roducts (..II nearly one-half between 1!j56 an..! 1857. 
SinetJ IS50 tbe Viii illtiuns in tho price of wheat in the Tor- 
(Jntú Market l.Iave b..en as follows;- 
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}'rum th.. above It will be s"en that within four months 
the price of wheat fell from 9s. to 4". 6d.. thus diwinÏo,hing 
by one. huH. the ability of Upper Canada to pay her deIJts ; 
núr wa._ tb.i
 /tll. 'fhtJ crisÏ!s compellt!d tht! b..nks to dimi. 
Dish their diz;counts while the Lower Cänadian banks, 
which iu time of prospt!rity hOO mltde largøly by their 
Uppt!r Cltnada business, withdrew their Cltpital to the 
p;utJnt institutions. Our proouce m..rcluwts who
 stllud 
inJ b.ad Rever lJeen qUe
tloned, could nút obtain thtJir 
OI'diUlJry b"nking f.wÏlitle8. and to the f..ll Iu prh was 
addcd lúr 1& time the impossibility of øending the IJroduct! 
to markeL 'Chis Is bet!t I!hown by tbt! fullowtlJg tltble 
compiled from the Trade Returns of th.. wh.n'lI.nd tl.our 
export..d witlun the wt three ytlllrB;- 
WHEAT. FLOUR. 
18;)5..... ....Bullheis S, W3 7-18 ...... Uarrels, 64
,936 
1 '1;)6... ...... " 4.9\17.655... .., " 87!j.715 
1
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IIere thl'u we have the true causes of the difficulties of 
Upper Cu.u.da. llaviug pU1'cha
ed goo
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l.llliwd Siaies and Lower C>tn.da, commensurate with her 
w/tu(s and in au ticipation of a con tin IlIiUCe of high prices 
aUll her u.mal bankiu,I; accummudatiun, she lound her-elf 
I!w.l.1euly dtJprived of all th..Sè elements of pr"sperity. 
What wonder that lihe lelt the crisis more thltu Low..r 
C'II1'.da whul'e chief article of exp.,rt (lumber) h
 In. 
Cl"e
 in value four millions uf d"lIars between lb55 and 
IS
i? Hal the picture ""en reverr;ed. had lumber fallen 
and wh..II.L ....uu\ined the 8a.me. IInl\ had tbe hank capital 
boon with.lrawn fi"Om 
Iontrtml IInd CtJntred in Tur.Jllto. 
whut Would havtJ been thtJ respecti".. condition of tbe two 
&ectiuuH at thit! moment. The charge of" extrav..gant living 
and wild l'pt>Culation is 8S '" drup in the bud"et compared 
to thtJ effect of tht! causes htJre pulnk.d out. 
A 6\j\lt're but Mlutary lesllon is read to the wh01e pee.ple 
of CIUl4Ù11. in the above stllteullmts. The Impol1cy of 
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depending so t!nlirt>ly upon the products of agricultUl"t! is 
clea,'ly dt.'lllunstrIlU,Il, aulluevtjr (Ill tb.,rt! IS 11 I\rtJatt:r di \er- 
sity 01 emVluym"ntoi cleatiug 11 SWIIO)' aud prutitliblt! lJUme 
market to thtJ farmcr, wul th" prusþerity 01 this tintJ (X'un- 
try be plltc"d una perllllineut UtI"il!. CJlin..da Ilnd pa,.tieu. 
lady W
k.rn Cal.lllda it! e8t!l:otl"lIyan /lgriculturöl coun- 
try, All we hd.vt! lläld IhWtrlounllt! uf lI"r ptK.Iple IU.t! en- 
ga6t!d in ag.-iculture, aud tht! uther lourtb IS IlilÚllly 
tlel'"ndeLit upun the"tJ. \\ hliLtov..r tl1eretort! cont1ÏLJuws to 
the plU
l'..rlty of th.. farmer kudl! to lid vllnce thtJ interes
s 
uf iiI! cl....ses iLl the cowwunlty. ThtJ fucJlilies !dIUI ded to 
the agrÏlmltu,'ist by thtJ JIltroducû"n of railwa)s iuto 
Cd.natll& b"ve added to the vlllutJ of real estate in the coun- 
try IIn amuunt almut!t incrediule. In many parts uf Ihe 
ProvinL"t! lalJd hatt C1t!en from six to Jorty dullars per a
re. 
The tutlll numlJer of wilel! oj rllilw/tY in thtJ cuuut,)' is nuw 
UVer 16\)0. and thtJ iucrtJ4l!t:d valu" uf rt:<&1 esUtte from Ihill 
CltUI!e aluotJ IS estiwated at ovtJC 01tf- hUndT
 u7I.d Jifly 
milliuns uf duUllrs. 'flllf; iucrease in v..Iue huwe\..r, c"u 
oul.)' be r"ndt!,'ed profitlitJltJ by a fulJt!r devel"pmel.lt uf the 
various product<; u1" the suil. The ex perienctJ of the VlIl!t 
..ight yea,'s shuws tbtJ risk:! to \<hicl1 the wheat ClUp ill 
t!xpuscod. 'l'be risks oj tht! crup it..elf, Ilnd the tluctmtUuUd 
ill th., price artJ grelltec thau llJ.ut!tJ uf "ny other CuIliW()- 
dlty. 'flle I"hourt! oi tht!mtICblluicyields a Ct>ltölU rtJlurn, 
but the return uf the furmt!r IS ò.,peuòellt on mall)' COll- 
tIll6encie!S.-.t.ver.)' Willd that IJl0ws ..ndtJvt!ry ..b"W"I' that 
falls in this or in other cuunu'ieli, aff.,ct8 hil! cUlltJitlun. 
'l'htJ a\aric., of Cltpitallt!tlland tht! IUllIJ1tion of Kingt! alike 
di:!turb the cer1alllty of hit! rewllJd. \\ithin three ,)t:llrt! 
wb",...t suld at lIs. lId. a.nd 4s, 3d. In tht! Torouto w", !.t!t, 
IWd in Octubt!r, 1851, It f.,1l to 311. 1d. To the urdinary 
ril!.I!.s of the crop and the !lUctUlltiOl.lS in the w..rkt:t UlUst 
be. add.,d the undcuialJlt! til.ct, that coutiuuou!S crlJPl'ing 
must speedily so tletertorate the !lui. that the wh.,llt culLurtJ 
will be IllJaudoutJd in Upper Canada. Like the unee fertile 
valltJY uf thtJ lticbelieu in Lu\\..r CanauIL which in 1í!J0 
yielded furty Imol/ell! p..r II.Cre, the wheat fields of \\ estt:rn 
Cäu/tda ul.lder thtJ present SYlltcUl will becomtJ exhltuskd, 
and their o.vners dependent upon the western p'llides for 
tlltJir daily bread. In most otu"r productiuns uf thtJ soil 
ther., i:! a sttJ..dy marktJt and fair pricet!. W bile our 
farmers &ve btJCll railling wh.,at to be. deslroyed by the fly , 
01" 1!"ld at ISO CtJnts per bu
lIet, our AWeriClln nt:igblJours 
hav.. been doing a prufitable bUl!inellS in sU}Jpl.) mg ouc 
ciUeR with the common llece!!tl>tries of lilt.. Accurdiug to 
th., 'fradtJ Heturn!S, ';)7, Cllnl\d... iUlporttJd frum the U. States 
thtJ fullowing ..mount of the underm"miun.,d prt'dllctt! of 
th.. tium, Ilud chil:tl)' fur consllmptiuu iu Canltd,. W.,,,t:- 
hiPORT8 IN 1!j5i. 
Animals ,........ ,..............,..... !.11-1.007 6 1 
B'ltkr ................... ............ 9,U7-1 7 1 
t:lIe\Jse................ ........ ......... 38,007 5 2 
l"
gt! .................................. (tj64 1(j 11 
.fïrewood ............................. 16.0501 It 3 
Gceeu Fr1Út......................... 3!J,3lO 1!J 6 
llol's... ....'. ...... .......... .......... 5 
 7 6 
t


s.::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::: ::: 2





 1
 1
 
l'ltmtl! and Shrubs ......,........ 1:l,7h7 4 6 
l'uultrj............................... :l.Olt -1 6 
SCtJds .....................,........... 30,8;,J 16 5 
1'lIlIow................................. 8\J,3\J:l 7 5 
'l'ubaccu umIlltIlufactur..d...... 3u,033 8 0 
\" egetlibles... ......._ ...... ......... 16,-1i 7 1 1 
!.&!9,370 9 10 
We commend the above to the con
ideration or the 
Intellil!eut farmt!rs of thuse Fections of Uvper CSllada 
wht:/'t! tlle insect has destroyed their crop of \Yhcat, 'lhe 
tutal imports of fretJ good.. In 11;57 was 
;!,ltJU,fJlO, the 
g..t:llte/' 1.art of which wall fúr agricultural or animal pro- 
ducts. Why \<iIl not our farmert! turn their IlUt:mi.'n 
more to the rai6ing of live stock, particularly in tho,;", s"o- 
tions of the cuuutl'y whtJre the" i'isk of thø wheat crop 18 
the gn,..tc
t? We hll"e seen on tht! bleak hills of ScuU..nd 
tcn thousand I!heep in a single !luck,lIn.. wbilt! tI'e Inug 
winters of Canll.l1a IUIlY present a great oIJstacle to ti,.. FUC- 
ces
ful raÏlllng of stock, tht!1't! c..n IJe no duubt rr"w the 
SUCC4:1SS of sume of ou/' most intelligent agriculturj"ts, that 
the raising of this descriI.tiun of !Stuck CûIlJd be largl'l) and 
proflt..lJly engltged Ill. Why should thtJ people of Turonto 
I1l1d n"miltun bt! to a large exttJnt suPVlÏed with Amerl- 
Cltn butttJr IIn" cheese. eggs and vegetable.. 7 With a soil 
Itnd climatE' &d"pted for /'aiRing tht! best fruit In the worU, 
why shuuld we import a large qUllutity of IIJ.pJpS from 
the UWL4Jd St&t
 In BØme orchliJ"ds on thø Hudson as 



34 


THE FINANCIAL CRISIS. 


[1859. 


wp.ll as i
 Ohio the annu
l returns from fifty acres of I manufllcturt's in auy part of the country, but it is not 
o
chard I.. over tpn thol
:oaud dullllrs, lIud. emplo)' ment Vt ry crPdital>le to the "uterprll!e of the W t'stern section 
glve
 to a la
ge cll\"'
 unfitted tur the heavier IlIb
urs of that a largt' portion of the straw goods con
unlt'd here is 
the .nel
. n hy ögam do not our furmt'rs 
ngllge III the ßllldt' In Lower Call1,da, finished in l'iew York, aud import- 
cu.ltl\ atllJn of hUp'>I, gress !ieeds .and tolJac('O r l'ht' la
ter ed from thpn
e into Upper Canadll. 
ml 6 ht 
 ext.JuslVely aJld profitably ,gru\\ n In the \\ es. Among the bflll1chei! ot' h..me industry in which thE' 
t"rn Pemmml!l" The 
ta\\a dlbtrlct IS 
ell ..dapted for agri('uitural populatil.1n mi"ht be prutitlllJly engllged at 
the 
rowth o
 tlax: It IS uulverl;lilly Ildmltre
 that Ii bet- certain seasons of the year, and in which tbt'Y Ilre Illrgely 
ter s)'htem of I\gr
culture and 
 proper rotoLtlo
 of crop!iI t'Dgaged in some parts of the country are the folluwing; 
,y..,ul
 t.Jud to eurlch both. the t
rm..r and the Bull. the amount ot' goods of the classes mentioned "till imported 
It 18 true 1\ proper rotation of L'r(,PH can never be profit, ..hows bow much mi,'ht be dOl'e towlil"ds renue.tin.... Canad 
ably adopted in th9 absenC'=' of those m..nutacturing cities a Stjlf-sustaining cou'"ntry. "ß 
",hieh cunsume on the spot those bulky and lJt'f1shable '7 
articles wuich cannot be carried to a dbtant market. It is >: IMl'oR.TB IN 185.. '> 
therefure the Int.Jrcst of the agriculturb,ts to encourage the d
aw go
ds .............,............ Lt7,6-L It 9 
illtroduction of manufactures iuto the Province. If ten Drit'd fl'ulttl (frtle) .................. 
,o:! 1 8 
millions of pounds Invested in railwl\)'t! bave addpd twire Clothes ready made ............... 3{j,
.6 16 11 
that bUm to tht! vlllue of th" real e..tate in the cOllntry. an !1at
 a
d Clip" other than fur.. 57 ,
58 5 3 
equal amount Invested in manutÌlcturel! would be still of 1l.oslt'ry .................... ............ 3!1,
!J9 4 7 
more advantage to the farmer. Looking at the immense I'lekies an
 :5auces................. l:t
;'\l. 11 9 
wat.Jr powt'nwfCanada, the wllRte lat.our in all our cities, Boots and 
hUes .................... 
l.33ö :3 7 
towns and villliges. tht! ea
y means of communicatiun by Earthen \\ are................ ........ 6101,-Ht I} 6 
our lskes, rivers and railroads. tbe fttdlitt's tor I\ttaÍl..lÍnor There are many other articles besides the sbove in which 
the raw lIIaterilll and .he duty of tWt'nt.y per ceut. i.
 tht' t
m/lle al,d jnni..,r melDuers of the agricultural families 
favour of tho C..nadian manufacturer, all point to Canada of Canada migut be profitlluly employed durinll the winter 
as the future !It'at ofextenstve D1l1nufuctuf't'f<. sellson. In the Eatltern ::Itates and in Lower Cliultda they 
Among the branches ofClinl\diun iudustry which migbt are so engaged to a large extent increasing the bn"iIJess of 
be extensivt!Jy Ilnd prufitably ellga>.!.ed in. is the lIlanuli\L
 the citie
 IInd tht! v.eaIth of the coulJtry. Advauciug 
ture of pot an,1 pearl ashes. 'l'his is an Ill.ticlt! for "'hich another step in the scalt'ofmanufacturiugindustry we come 
there is a steady demand at rt'munerative priC'es. It it! to those branches oftl'l\de requiring a lar!!e outlay in build- 
brgely mauufactured in Lower Canl\da. some of the weal. inlÇS, macbint'r.r and mllterilll, and conct'ntratin
 pupula- 
thiest .. hahitans" being largely engaged in it. It re- tion and production. Among tht!"tJ might he eDumerated 
quires but a very small capitlll and Ibe time oc('upied Iu cotton, wooJ)t'n alld iron mllllutilctures. Of these articles 

he process is ...ery short. 'i'here are milli..nø of bushels th" imports in 1857 were as follows :- 
of woud Ilshes wast.Jd in Upper Cl\nad.. which mi
ht and Cottons ............................. Ll,199.011 9 2 
ought tc be turned to good account. At present Iarþ1e Woollens........................... 9i6.9!. 6 i 
qUlmtitie" of asbee art' collected in Canada by the Am
ri, ans Iron Ilnd l1..rdware......,..... 489,101-12 5 2 
and carried to Ogden!Sburgh and elsewhere, t;Q btl there 
manuflietured intu a valuable article of export; c
rtalnly L2,605,901 011 
our neighbours have no advantllge over us in the manutilc- It is not for us to say whether tht! manufacture of the 
tnrE! of tbit! article. The export of pot and pearl asht'B is abo...e could be profitably engaged in. but we would call 
very conf>iderable, and uught to De double what it is now. the att.Jntion of Canudian importers and foreign capitalists 
}lany per:oons cominl!: to this country with scarCely suffi- tu the suuject. Cottou can be laid down from tbe pillet! of 
clent mellns to purchase an ordinary farm, might engage growth in ten day" and much cheaper thlin it can be taken 
in the munufal"ture of ashes to grt!ltt advllutage, The to Liverpl,,,l or Boston, W,'ollsnuwlargelyex
lol'tedfrom 
ordinllry ri"ks of agriculture are avoidt'd, the yield is the country, aud is 
enerally from twenty to thirty pet 
certain while the price iB steady liud I"t'wunerative. cent. cheaper here than in tbt! Ntlw England StateI'. Iron 
To show the iml'urt.ance of this branch uf business we il' a(lruitted free or Ilt a luw duty. There ilS a large IImount 
give below tht! exports tor the laBt three years:- of waste labour in tbe country which could be cheaply 
EXPOR1B OF PoTS. .K'l:PURfij OF PE\RLB. secured if conBt/tnt emplu:) ment waB given. 
Hhl$. Value. IILls. \'aluJ. In concluBi'lll let us re"lIpitulste tht! views we bave 
18;)5-15,;6
......... L130,566 6,fiófì...,..... L45,8S2 advanced on the crisis of l!\ji. 'rhat It was one of those 
18j6-lj ,11:3......... 1û8 \ill 7.359.,....... 6l1,38t periodical revolutions con
equent upon a withdrawal of 
18á7-:n,
8U....,.... 2H.9ôõ 7,5;6.,....... iI,IoI!J8 confidence in a I'tate of society in which unshaken confi- 
There is no doubt that the productivenes!! of ttJ.. Boil of denet! il' tht! lr.t"is of 1111 mercnnti/e tranS3ctioDS and acti- 
WestA"rn Canada and the hi
h price of wheat durlllg the vity. That\ Canada lost little by tht! crisi.. belug a d.btur 
last few years haB tended unduly to en,'ourage the gr{'wth nut a creditor abroad. Thlil h..r difficulties arose from the 
of this C'='rial to tht! nt'glect of other prud ucts of the Buil. a
 loss of her the IJI\II king faeili tiel< Ilnd a fall in the price of 
well as tht! development of manutiLcturing indul!try. 'l'h. her exportable products. 'l'hat a return of prosperity will 
time has however arrived wben we lDUl!t tltke the next 'e gradual and Blow, and wiil greatly d.-pend upon the 
step in the warch ,.t' civilization. The immense surplus AL!erpriBe of the people themselves. That tbe dependence 
productions of the virgin praries of the west, am] the ot "et;t.Jrn Canada upon a Bingle product of the 8011, 
facilities now afforded tbt!m of reaching the elistcrn ID/lr- un..er ,!tin alike in the yit!ld and in the price places her In 
kets, cannot fail to produce a low ranþ!e of prices fur years a fø.l"e p .
ition. 'j'uat permanent prol'perily can only he 
to come. '1'he Interest of tbt! agriculturist is not promoted attallled I.J securing a greatttr diversity of employnllJllt8 
by increMing pr()(luaT3, but by Il.IcreaBin
 OOt'/,$UlMrs. It and emploJ iug to advantage the waste la
ur nllw iu the 
i:l not a full but a bare market that increases the demand country. That Iu a UOl.thern country agflculture cannot 
for hislabour.-lt should therefore lJe the grt"at object of be engaged in lit an Bt'asous of the year, and that
uch sea- 
our people tu turn to good account all tht! ..dvuntages they 80ns 8houlu be spent by the youngpr mernbert! of the 
enjoy. To develop the manufar.turiug as well IlS the agrl, family in thol"(\ indoor employments which contrit.ut(\ alike 
cultural resources of the country. CommenciuJ.\' wilh the to the pro
perity ot the country and to the propel' train- 
manull\cture of those articles relJuiring t ht! smaUest C/lpitnl in
 to halrits of thrlftllJJd i ndust ry of tbe rising gent'rfLtion. 
aud th.. netirest allied to agriculturalpur8uirs and Ildvanc- That manufacturing pursuits in a new country mu
t be de- 
in
 by degrt!e!; to tbose branches requil'inJ!: 11 great..r amount veloped fir"t in those branches wukh are mllstclusely alli..d 
of capital Ilnd skill. J n most nOl'Ult'rn countries where with agricul tural t'lllploy men ts. Tben in tbe man uflicture 
there is a long st'ason In which out.door ll\buur hi I'nspend- of articles In which the home hecomes tht! work..hop and 
ed, the ('omlointition of agriculturtil and mechanical pu - the family circle tbe minrfLtUl'e factory, !lnd l/tstly m rear- 
!;mits becomes a necessity. Articles. the nlanut:tCtnre lit ing those stltt('ly building/< in which inventive 
..nius and 
which ('Iln be carried pn in the rural home and around tht! mechanical skill multipl)' and ,'heapen the productions of 
winter fire, are tar more suited tl) t.he circumstances of a labour, and hring within the reach of all, many articles 
new country than !lueh as can only be pfl'du<'ed by large which otherwise must have be9n confined to the few. 
factories and expensive macbinery. At prt'sent we are LIJoking at the Immenll8 resourCes of' CII(Jada ami the 
large importers otartleJes made in thp quiet homes of the enterprise of her people, we have no fear for the future. 
New Eug-land farmers, /lnd 110 far iii! Upper Cana,11I is ('on- I<
eonomy In public an.! private expenditure, confidence in 
cernt'd lar
o impnrterH frolll Lower Can..da of IIrtÏl'lell pro- our
lvt'!!. and a better Ilppreciatlon of the advILutajles we 
duC'='d in the Frt'nch villages of that purt uf the Province. enjov, will in due time raise our country to th.. þosition 
It is a pleasing feature to note the progress of domestic '" hich she ought to occupy alll(ln
 the nlltlons of the IW"th. 
[434] 



1859. ] 


PROVINCE OF CANADA. 


35 


THE ROYAL FA
lILY. 


HER )IOST EXCELLE'iT MAJESTY (ALEXAYDRIXl\-) VICTORIA, 
By the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great 
Britain and Ir..laud Queen, Defender of the :Faith. lIeI' 
J-Iajesty, the only dau,rhter alJd heir of the late Prinr.e 
Edward, Duke of Kcnt. fourth son of King George III., and 
of Victoria' )lttria Louisa (PI ince..s Dowager of LeinenICen), 
Duchess of Kent. and I>i..ter of the King of the Belgians. 
Her Majt'sty was born l\t Ken"ington Palace. on the :lAth 
of May, 181!J; bH(Jtif'ed fin the 
-1th of Jnne. 1819; ascended 
the throne on the d"mise of her uncle, Kin
 William IV., 
20th .June, 183i; and WàS rrowned Ilt Westminster, on the 

8th Juue. 1
a8. lIer :\llljesty was married at St. James's 
Palace, on Iho1 10th of Fel.rullry. 18-10, to Francis-Albert- 
Augustus-Charles-J<.:mmanucl, Duke of Saxe, Prince of Co- 
burg and GOlha. wbo was born Augll8t 26tb, Ib19. 


IBSUE.- Victoria-Adelaide-)lo.ry-Loui'!S, Prinæ!1$ Royal, b. 
21st Kovember, 1840; married 25th January, 1858, at the 
Chapel Ronl, to His Royal Highness Prince FredE:rick. 
Willilim-J.liicolas-Charles of Pru88Ïa. 
Albert-Edward, Prince (Jf JVal
, b. 9th Nov,l841. 
Alice-!lIaud.}lary, b. 25th April, 1843. 
Alfred-Ernest-Albert, b. 6th August, 11;4-1, 
Helena-Augusta.Yictoria, b. 25th }Iay, 1!,.t6, 
Louisa.Caroline-Alberta, b, 18th }Iarch, 18-18. 
Arthur-William-Patrick-Albert, b. 1st }Iay, 1850. 
Leopold-George-Duncau-Albert, b. ith April. 1853. 
Beatrice.:Uary-Victoria-Feodore, b. Hth April, 1857. 


PROVINCE OF CANADA. 
SEAT OF GOVERY
E
T-ToRO
TO. 
GOVERXOR GEXERAL-llis Excellency Sir Edmund '''alker top her Green. ,Tames Patterson, Edward C. Barber, .J. A. 
Head, llart., Governor General of Bliti"h North America, Kavana
h, Clerks; T. D. Tirm.. Extra Clerk. 
and Captain General II lid Uovernor.in-Chief of the Provin- Custom.< Dppltrtment,-R. 
. 
I. Bouchette, Commi
si(lner; 
ces ofCau;l.ùa, ;licw llrull8wick, :\o\"a Scotia. and the Island Thollllls Worthington, InHpector oCl'orts for _{;lJpCI. Camula ; 
of Prince r:dwarrl. &.c. &c. &c. R. T. Pennpfllther. Governor :\Iüthl"w Ryan. do. for Lower c,.nada; J. W. Peachy. Cor- 
General's ::5t'cretary. Capt. Retallack. ti3rd J{e
t.. A. D. C., responding Cler
; ".. 
. Audy, Clerk off'eizures a
d J<'
rr:ns: 
}Iilitary :3t'cretary. and Principal Aide de-Camp. Colonel T P. Robarts. Statistical Clerk; II. H. D.uf
l. i:'tatlstlcal 
Irvine, ('1"(1\ incittl Aide d&Camp. Lieut. Co!. Duchetmay, /lnrl C.mal Office Clerk; .J. 
l. 
Iucb.lp, P. E Sh,'ppard. Dr. 
extra Provinciltl Aide de.Camp. I,. O'Bri..n. Check Clerks; C. Ross, Extra Check Clerk; .J. 
CIVIL SI:CRt.T.-\P.Y'" OFFICE.-It, T, Pennefather. Secretary; Walls, Messenger. 
Henry CQt.Wu, Chief Ci<'rk; J(lhn Kidd, :!ml Clerk; Philip COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS.. 
Hill, Uffice Keeper: George &'\:all, 
Iesscnger. Tho$
 marked tkU8* are JVur')/fìUSl11g Pnrts. 
EXLCUTIVE cou;scu.. Âm.lærst,* J,
. Fox. I Ki71g.
vil1e, J. (iing. 
Pm,idmt rff till' CnUllcil und } .Amlterstburg. E. Anderson. Laculll', T, Gordon, 
Minista of Agric/dlure...... lion. .John Ron!. Bu.th. W. .J. Fairfield. Lon.dan,*;!. ll. Strathy. 
Ät orney GWPT/ll &l.,t .............. Hon. George E Cartier. Buyjield, D. L!
uson. N
1t1(lnd., D. Jgne.s. 
.Attorn<!y (j."v1.al 
,,;st.............. Ilon. John A, 
lacdonald. Beauc-:. 'T. J. 'Iaschereau. Nt/ford, 
. W. 
nltt?. 
ComntÚ:ri(/ter'if Cl"flwn L"ntis... Ilon. P. 
I. Vankoughnet. &llevtlJe.* W. F. :U,:udell. .}fnnlr.
.al. T. Bnutlullll'r. 
Commissiuua'!f Pu},lic Wìri.s... lIon. L. Y. Skotte. BrC!;71tford,* D. Curt!s, Jr. Nornsbur!/; A. )IeDonell, 
Speaker '!t" Le!Ji.
b,lÚ.e COUIICil... Hon. Y. }'. Bel cüu. Brlgldo.n. D. Y. !,e

e. .J.Vypan"e. !,. 
UnhllJlI: 
Provinciul &
l'f'.w.ry .............,., llon. Chl\rles Alleyn. Bl"(JC/."'I..t".e,* W. It dmpson. 
:w .Gi
rlU!iP. .!ohu haReI'. 
FtJstmaster 
1V'rul...... ............ Hon. Siduey Smith. Brw:" 
fw/!.
..J. Bowker (Act- 
:.wcastb; II. F ar
lcon.lb. 
Jnlpector GI'"fU!1"U1 .................... lion. A. T, Galt. Burwdl. P. Bpnet.t. [mg). .l\wgC!;ra* T. 
Ic(o
mtck. 
R'.ceiver Ge.nerul..................... Hou. Geotge Sherwood. B!l town ,* D. C:rnham. Oa/"vll1
.* R. 
. Chisholm. 
&licitnr Gllt-rul E 1St... ............ llon. John nose. ('It
tltam,* '" m. Co.grove. Oshawu. C. \\ 
I"h 
Do. Wë
t.............. Ch1ppewa.* }'. II. Haycock. Owe
 Smmd. \\. Stt'phens. 
O{fi Wlr H L Cl k f E . Co "1 ClarmCP1.17/.c, Chas, Stewart. Pans,* J. Murphv. 
.'. cers.- .1 laID . ceo er. 0 xecutn'e unc
; Clift(Jn. W. Lef:"l!;ett. P('11Rt<J.I'!JUi.
Jwll", if 
imp!'On 

lllla
n :'t. lIuus\\!.r.lh, Confi

ntl8l Clerk; :\loor? A.I
lg- Cr){lticnnk.*.J. 'l'Il1'mpson. PIti/ip>/'urg. P. I'. Russell. 
gills. 
. 
 all.-raud. UlIver Co
e. J:homas Burn,and I'r"d..rlck GnftfJUrg,* W. II. Kitson. Picfnn,* .J. Roblin. 
ll. HIDI w..rth. CI..rb.s; MIchael Nüuguwn, Doorlweper; Cnf'lorn,.* .J. l"lrke. Pntlan. II..J. Pl\rb.er. 
.James Ryan. :\
ess..nger., (M/ing'I'(Jnd.* .J. l\lc'Vatt. Pr'
cnft. * A. .JulI"51. 
PR?VI;"Cl",L 8I!CRET\.R
 
 OFFI:J:.-Hon, 
harle
 Alleyn, Cbrnwull*. R. K. Bullock. Qwl>l'.c.* .J. W Dnnscomb. 
Provmcl.ltll"t'.cretary; 
.tJe!1ne 1 a.r?nt. AS
lstl\nt Secretary CotpJ>U du Lac. P. E. Waiter. Q/lP
nst"n.* P. R Clement. 

ast; Edmund A. \Iereflnh, ASðl
tllnt 
ecr..tary West; fT'17Iwh".* J. 
I. l\Ierriman. Rimoush.* P. f},nnreau, 
Thos. R?"!', A
..ountant of th
 ContlI
l.(enClel! and ltecelv..r Cr"dit.* Thomas Cotton, R>md,.tlU, HlIJ!h CaldtJr. 
of Marna:!
. 1,lce
IFe FeeR; S. 
etu, \\, II. Jones. and U. 8. [Jalhow!'Ïe,* Rohert Caley. Rowan, II. A(.ton. 

ertrand: f Ir
t Cla
s 
le
k" (hl\st); . A. R:. Roche /lnd H. R. Darlington. * A, Dixon. RUI!.<dtulJ.11/, R. RO
f'rs. 

lackemL)er, s.,co
d t:la;.s Clerk!! (f,ast), G. Powell, 
. E. DffVt'T.* E "eùster. Sarnia,* D. C. O'Brien. 
",teele, 
nd C. .J. Birch. I<lrst Class CIl.'rkB (We.,t): J. Gow, Dnwlas.* W. ll. Gwyn. Sa"g
'n.. W. Keith. 
Office Kepl)er; J. Dow anrl .J. N. Fradet, 
I('ssenger
. Dund".* J. Gray (Acting). Sault St;. J,IOT1
.* J. Wilson. 
PROVI:SCHL REOISTR\R'S OPPIcl':.-Provillcial Ite
istrar. Dunnville, W. A. Macrae. Stanll'Y.* 
T. Child. 
the l'ro\ioeial í'ecr('t,try for the time bdnfJ:; 'l'homaH Elqin. A. Mc:\liIIlln. StanstP.ud. C. llnllo/"k. 
Amiot. E
rl.. D..put) do.; William Kent, Chi('f Clerk; G, Jitn-t Erie.* R. Graham. St. Johns.* W. )If-t'rae. 
II, Lane. sl'contI tIo.; Amable ll,:,lan
er..As
istünt do.; and PTt'li!lh1<hurgh, A. Kemp. St. R,.gi.
. G. H. 0\ udy. 
J. A. llelan:!('r. extra do.; 
laxlme ValI'lut!tte, JleBseng-er, Ganan,,'1 u ,. A. N. Striker. Stra((ord, W. Cowan (Act'g). 
REcEn ER GEXI':R.-\L'S OFFICE.- Hon. G. i'herwooJ. Receiver Ga.o;p
.. J. C. Belle.lll. Suttan, ß. S..aton. 
Genel'al; T. D. flarrilJ;!:tnn, Dcputydo.; G,C Reiffensteill, G'''rf/l''lill,
.J. II. M"Vey. TitreI'. Rit'P1"s,* C. H. Godb.r, 
Chi"for D,'lJ,JUtu'.e el",.k; T.e Ur:unley "nd Tbt'o. DufiJrt. (}ndRrir.h.. S. S. Walsh. Tm'rmtfl.* lIon. H. 
pence. 
Hook-kl.'eperR; .1 n. 
tftnloll. Warrant (,Ierk; Wm. Hedge. Guplph* E. Carthew. Tnnllm.* A. :\I.lcHul:ty. 
n!',nk ACClll11lt CI,'rk: .J. F. pplhmt, General CI..rk: L..... TTtmtilton.*.J. DI\\'id
on. Trout River, J II 
mith. 
Dufresne, Clerk ill chanco of \(Ilnicipall..oan Jo'und of Uppt'r I" onmillfl.fnrd. C. 
. Johnson Jl7/11uc.-lmrgh. .J"hll Bell. 
and Lower Callad:l. Chas. W. SIJ:t.\., Assi!!t,lllt llook-kc..per 1I1Ipt'..* M Whitehead. WPllingf"'l. .J. H. Ypildlng. 
and Gener.!.! l'I..rk. .... Branu, Clerk In char.!e (If 8dglliorial J1un1inf)tlan, James Botham. U'/,ifhy.* W W>lrr"ll. 
.
ctofl85.t; F.I...Ca
alllt. J\Iessengpr; J. McCaffrey, Assi
t. VM, V,rtp, .J. W. He"th. Uí'nd.<nr.* J. 1<'. Ellint, 
INSPFCTOR GI,:SERU.'S UFFlcE.-lIon. Alpxan"l.'r T. Galt, Kin!l!lfHTI,* .James Hopkirk. Jl7JOdstnck.* .JordalJ Charles. 
Inspector G..n.'ral ; JO!\
I,h Catry, D"puty In<pertorGf'nerJll; llURF.AU OF AGRICULTURE AXD STATISTICs.-Th,' lIun. .'ohn 
'WIII. Dickinson A.rtin
 Dpput
. Tnspector Gelll'rnl; DaYid Ro!\
. MinlRt.Ar of Agriculture; '\'ilIlam HuttolJ 
"cl'ptllry; 
A. Ro

. Chief ('If'1 k: "orris Goitar,I, ßllok-kcf'per: .John Evl'l.vn ('Illllphpll, 1Rt Clerk and Hook.kt't'p..r: ;S. F.I.l\ur..nt, 
Drysdale, d".: Arehih"I,1 ('ary. F. G. Scott. .J. ,J. IIl\ck('tt. 21.d,\ Patent ito.; P. De Guise, 3rd do.; IJ. :\I('(,p,.rl 4th do.; 
.Jos. S. !,pe. .John II 
ß
h. O. W. Cat. ley, G. 8. I,ny (,Ierk!!; A..J.Cambip. 5th do.; 
I. Jo'iset & J. Joh,,
t"lJe. \I..
..t'llgerli. 
R. W. llll'\:ter, Extra Clerk; David Ryan, Ilous{'keeper and Dr.P.-\RT
NT OF PUßLIC W ORKS,-Offire. W eI:in
t"u Street. 
}IesRenp:er. -lion. I,.V. 
lcotte,ChiefCommisslonf\r: n"n I (II. Killaly, 
ÁwiÏlQ,.'s l?Ta1,,.1 l .-.Jobn Lan
ton. Audit,)r (If Public AR"istant do.: Secretary I\nd D..pntv Hpod, 
Accounts; Thomas Cruse, Hook-keeper; C. Gambit', Chris- Enginuring Branch-John Pø.ge, Chief Engin
; 1'. P, 
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36 


· [1859. 


PROVINCE OF CANADA. 


Uubiilge. Engineer & DraughtRman. Curruprmding Branch 
-J. W. Harl'er. Jos. IJuy, aud J. F. N. BonuevilIe, Clerks. 
Fi71flnC"Íu[ BT<l7lclI-J .l!aine, Hook-keeper and Accountant; 
:i!'. Ham..!, As
't do ; C. W. Heath, Clerk and Pll)'ma.
ter. 
RAILWAY DLI'U_T};E:ST.-Buardof Railway OJ"mlÏssÙmers. 
-'fhe Hun. tbo 1Uhl'ector General, Ch.1Ïrman; The lIon. 
the Po
tUla
ter G..m'r..l; The Hon. the Chief Commis8ioner 
01" Public \\ ork
; '1'he lIon. the Receiver General; '1'he 
lIon. the As
i
tllnt Commi
>sioner of .Public Works. J. R. 
XlIsh, ]0;811., Actiug :it'cretary, Samuel Reefer. Esq., In8pec- 
tor of Hail >fap!; 1\.. De UrasbI, .l<:sq" Assistant luspecwr of 
U...iilways. 
CRm\:s LU'Ds DEPARTMEr;T.-Commi
sioner, lIon. P. M. 
Vankougbnet; AssÏ,;t,mt do., Andrew RusSt'll; Dt'puty Sur- 
veyor.uenerul, JOS"I)U 1I0uchette; Accountant, Wm. }',.rd. 
Suneyur:3 and Dmftsmen-K T. }'let.-her, '1'homas Devine, 
C. C. DUllle\ie. J W. Hddgland. Draftsmen-J .F. Bl.ouchetle, 
S. P. Bauset Lutt(l Saæs Hranch.-Superintenilent, WIlliam 
Spragge. IIV"ds "ml Þ}.ruts Branch-Superinkndent, P..M. 
l'artndgtJ. first Cla

 Clerk8-'1'bomas Hector. H. J. Jones, 
J, C. Tarbua, W. }'. C"lIins, F. 'f. Judah, It A, Genereux. 
F. T. Roche, .T. Alley. Joun 1't1urlJhy, C. '1'. Walcot, J. 'l'ulmie, 
T. HammulJd, F. A. Hall. Second Class do.- W. }'. Whitcber, 
V. E. Tessier, T,CheUiel', A. Kirkwood, A..J. Taylor, F. D. 
Dngal, L. it ).'ortier. }'.Chasse, L.A. RobitailIe,D. A. Grant, 
.J, V. Gille. J. J Prendergwt, F. Banister, A. A, VanfellSOn 
Third CIliss do.-H. Vcrby
hire. J. Iunes. Messengers-J. 
llradshaw. n. }'bher, K Dumontier. 
CRO\\N TIMD";R AGENTS -A. J. RUHsell; Edward Masse, 
Ass't and Cullectur of ::ilide Dues; J. R, McVicar and C. 8. 

Ic:\' utt, CI..rks, Ott
Lwa. McLean Stewart: J. :\1. Bunllcina, 
Ass't, Quebec. C. K Belle; .J. C. CouJ'solles. Ass't, Muntreal. 
.J. :1<'. W"y; ;'\Ia,'k D"vlin, A
s't, Helle\Ïlle. G. Duberger, 
Chicoulimi; Gerrard.J. Naggle, St. H) acinthe; A. W. Powell, 
l\iag.I.fR; Chao; Daw,;un, Little FlI.lls('femisco\\ata); Chas. T. 
DuLe, 'l'rois PiHwles: .J, N. Verge, Carlewn (lIa) Chaleur!!). 
o.tli.æ in Qwb.c.-Supervisor of Cullers, William Quinn; 
Head Clerk and D..puty do., Matthew Harbeson; Cashier, 
Char!ps S. Gradduu; Hook. keeper, Alex. }'raser. Specifìra- 
tion Clerks-Jllbu J. Cooke, John 0' Kane, Alex. McGillis, 
.r. Prenderga;,t,. I'it'rre Miller, }'rancis Quinn, Oct. Yezina, 
.James 0' LeaQ', Thad. Wal
h, 'V. A. Lanniere, L.I1t'.arne. 
Deputy SuperviHor of Cullers, Goorge Colley, Sorel; Do., 
Charles It Helle, liun treal. 
BOARD
 fOR TilE EX \ Y.INATIOS OF PROVI:SCIAL LAND SURVEYORS. 
UPPPT Cun,ulu n',urd.-'fhe lIon. the Commi81'ioner of 
Crown Laad
. cxo.1lici', j A. HUBsell, _
ssistant Commissioner 
ufCrown Lauds; .Jus. Huucbette, Deputy Surveyor General; 
.Johu Booth. I::liz!lLJethtuwn; Sandford A. Flemiug, Toronto; 
J},n'il1 Gibson, 'l'o\\llship of York: Woo. lIawkins, Toronto; 
.Toon StoughtolJ DHunis, Weston; John Rnlltchùull Roche. 
Port Hop.., Ilnd ThumM Devine, 'forouto, l'rovincial Land 
Survtlyors; Stll'I'etar}'. 1<'. F. Passmore, Toronto. 
ww(>r Canu.du n"aT/.t.-The lIon. 'fhe Commissioner of 
Crown Laml... ex r1ji.cin j Audrew Russell, Assistant Com- 
mis8ionef uf Crown Lands: JOIleph BOlll'hette, Deputy Sur. 
veyor-Gt'neTal; Adulphus Larue. Quebec; Charlel' }o'rançois. 
Fournier, St. .Jean Port .Ioüe; JOBelJh JI,lIIlel. Queooc; N. Y. 
Le }'rançois, Auge Gardien; I'. W. Blaiklock, Charles 1', }'. 


Haillar"e. and Edward Ta}'Ior Fletcher, Quehec, Provincial 
Land SUf\'e,)'ors; Secretary, A. Wallace, QueÞec. 
CROWN LAW DEPARTMENT. 
Canada JVest.-Hon. John A. Macdonald, Attorney 
Gent'ral; , Solicitor General; Robert A. 
HarrÍ>-on. Chief Clerk; Hewitt llernard, Private Secretary; 
David Alexander. Jr, Clerk: Patrick Lynch, )1e8scDger. 
Ca7Ulda East.-Hon. Goo. Et. Cartier, Attvrney IJeneral; 
Hon. John Itose, Sulicitor General; G. Futvoye and J, A. 
Defoy, Clerks; .J.Gow, Jr., and v,m. Horsncll, MessengerI'!. 
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE.- , Adjutant 
Gent!ral; Lieut. Col Donald Macdonell, Dpputy Adj,utant 
Gt!nl, U.C.: Lieut. Col the lIon. A M. de Salaberry, Deputy 
Adjt. Henl., L. C.; Robt. Berry, l
t Clerk and Accountant; 
C. l'etitelair. 2ud Clerk; W. It. Wrio!ht. 3rl1 Clerk: J. Bte. 
H.aymond. 4thclcrk; E. Hartlett, 'l'emporaryCIClk; 
irJ. 
11. Hay, m.. 'l'elllP'ry Clerk: H. Smpaton, Uffiee Messenger. 
INDIA:.II DEPAHTME;\i'T.-R. T. Peuuetather, 
uperinte1ldent 
General of ludian Affairs; S. Y. Che
ley, A
sistant do.; 
)Ikhal'l Tumor. Chit'f Clerk; W. It. I.!artlett., Visiting Su- 
perintend"'ut; David Thorburn. do.; GeorJl:e Ironside, do.; 
}'room T..1tburd. do. Francis As!!lckenack, Interpreter. 
G";NERAL POST OFFICE.-PostmasttJr Ut'nel-al, Ilon. Sidney 
Smith; Deputy Postmast.er General, William II. Griffin; 
ACCf'llllbmt, H. A. Wick!'teed: Secret.ary, El1win F. Ring: 
Cashit!r, Jt.hn Ashworth; Superintendent ;'\loney Urder 
Branch, Peter Lesueur. Clerks of thtl Fir!'t Class-II. S. 
Wellth..rlt'Y. W. G. öh..ppard, R M. .Julyan, E. C. Hayden, 
It Uliver. D. L..wson, J. '1'. McCuaig, W. White. Clerks of 
the Secund Clas!<--J. C. Sh'wart, J. Audettt!, Peter Holt, 
D. McKenzie. Clprks of the 'i'hird Clltss-J. Boyd, W. D. 
Lesueur, J. ßrt1phy, J. 1\Ic:\Iaholl, K 11. Bel.tjamin, R. 
Stewart, D. W..ters, George 1I11t80n. Clerks o
 tLe Fourth 
Clas8-Brin
ley Kin
. G. fl. Har
ra\"e, G. Holt. lnspecliQn 
Hranch-:\1..ntreal Division 1'. O. Inspector, E. S. Freer; 
Kingl'ton Division do.. M. Sweetnam; 'l'oronto Division do., 
Johu Dewe; London DivlHion do., Gilbert E. Griffin. 
.l<:DUC.UIO:SAL DKPARTM";:ST. C. W.-For the genel'al admln- 
Istrlltion ufthe Grammar Rnd Common School Lllws. Hov. 
J<:1!t'rton Ryersou, D.D.. Chief Superintendent of t:ducatioll: 
.John Georl-(e Horlgins. M.A., D..puty Superintendent; Alex. 
Marling. 8I'nior Clerk and Acconntaut; A..J. Willi'lmsoD, 
Clerk of Olrresp.'nclpnce: ).',.J. 'fa}' lor, Clerk of Statistics; 
UerÞert Butterworth. Ass't Clerk of Btati..tics; S. J'. 1\I",y, 
Clerk of LiLrurips: '1'. 1. Churchill, Depository Slllesman; 
C. Aldprson, Dppol'itory Packer: .James Mnre, 1\1e8senger, 
Offices in the Normal School Huilrling!'. Toronto. 
EdW'atitmal ,Uu.
pwn.-Connect..11 with this Department 
is an Educationlll 
Iuseum, contxinin!Z spt'cimelJs of School 
apl'",ratus and furniture; a vaftill.ble cullection of Italian, 
Vutch and io'lelllish Oil Pllintings and Statuary casts and 
busts. The :\luseum is frooly op..'n to the puLJlic. 
I<
DUCATIO:S DEP.\RTME:ST. C.K-Hon. P. .1. O. Chauve1\u, 
CblefSuperintendent of l<
ducßtiun: Louis Giard. Secretary:; 
.Jo!'eph Lenoir. Clerk of French Correspondence and LI- 
bmrian; John H.!\diger, Clerk of En"li<h Corres
olll
e
ce; 
Alexandre de Lusi:!nltn, Clerk of Accuunt
 and ðtatlst1CS; 
.Jacques Laparre, First Copyin
 Clerk and ;:-torekeeper; 
J.B.Lenoir, Seconl1 c.)pyin
 Clerk; Paul Hluuin 
Ie..senger. 


LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF CANADA. 
Bon. N. F. BELLEAU, Speaker, Quebec. 
NAMES a: RESIDE:SCFS. 
AMES AYD RESli>ENCES. DIVISIOXS, I'I".UIF.S. 
Hon. P. B. D,.Bla'luiere, ToronlJJ. IIon. .John Ross, Tm'Q7Ito. :,ut::;;T
;
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:c:

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t. :: 
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. Tache, M.r;tmagny. T.cnmuth......" Don. .\lcD,'n
d. 
., A. Fergll>isun, PlambQTo Ðut. "io
l
 
a

t:nQ
ec. 'i'reflt ............ " :E. MllflJey. 
., J,IIamiltlln, Kit,gston. " Charles v,-i1son. M()ntrwl. Jl'Ì'sl,rn ....... ".Tohn Prince. 
" A. Fenie, Voon. ,. Uenjamin Seymour. Part H"P e . lór1c............. .. Gt'o. W. Allan. 
" P. II. ]{nowJton. Brrnn,f
. " David 1\1. Arm6tron
, Bp,rthier. LOWER C.\YAnA. 
" P. 11. :\lool"e. rhillipslJUrgh. " Ehenezer Perry, Goho'lrg. DI\"ISIO:SS, NAMFS. 
.: J. Viunu". St. PiPrre la Becqrv.t. .: }<
usebe Cartier, St. H.I/ucintlte, Al71VZ.... b ........ IIon..J. Arlll ) and. d 
G. J. Goodhue. Lrmd(m. " Walter H. DicksOl:, Niagara. f)p Sala errll .. L. [1. {enau , 
., W. Walker. Quehec. Gulf ............ " L"lric.J. Tt'ssier, 
" J. Murris. Br/Jckville. ELECTIVE LEGISLATIVE C01:;:SCILJ.ORS. La Salle ........ " A. '1' Dllchesnay. 
." J.Gllrdon,1hrnnt(). UPPER CANAIIA. J..aurentida... "M.P.de.,Llltel'riêre 
" .J. }o'errÍl'r. ltlal/.tr
cil. DIVISIONS. NAMES. L<z/lzan ......,.. .. A J. Duchesnay. 
" R. r.lathcsoll. Per/h. Burltngtan lIon. Hcrmaunus Smith. ,t[illP Islp.s...... :: R )1!:
8on. kl 
" G. S, Buulton, rhbrturg. O....taruqui... " Alex. Camphell, .V,mter1'tl!e ... AI.'X.Kierekow!'. 
" .James Leiilie. }Wfmtreal. Brie ......... " David Chri"tie. Rppentigny...." P.V.Archambault. 
" :Fred('rick A. Quesnel..1fontrcal. (k,t'e ......... " Gee. Alexander. RfJugemmtt..." L. DessßulIt's. 
., .J. CHurret. Jl/onlreal: Q,ven's ...... .. J. 8impl'on. Sf1lfr
l ......... " J. n. Gue,:remont. 
" G. S. DellClluji'u, OJleau du Lac. RicL,au...... "P.Vankl\u!!;hnet. HHll7lglon..." lIoIIlR 8mJth. 
. PER!I{.\Sl':YT OFFICl':R8.-J. F. Taylor, Clerlt ofthe lIonlle and Master in Chancery; Robt. Le1\loine, Dt'l'uty a
d Assistant 
I.clwk, MlI.I!wr In Chancery, anl1 }'rendl Tranølator; Fennings Taylor, Deputy anl1 Assistant Clerk, MlLSwr m Chancery,. 
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1859. ] 
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PROVINCE OF CANADA. 


37 


and Chief Office L"lerk; t:. L. }Iontlzambert. La';" Clerk, English Trsn81ator, and Clerk of Committees, J. E. Doucet, 
Å{hlitiull!ll .\8sistant Clerk. and As
ist1\nt French Translator; W. A. }Iain\ty, Adùitional Assist8lit and 
nd í'ffi{'p Clerk; 
.James Arllllll""n, Clerk of the l<:ul,;lish .Journals; .J G. Couillard, Clerh of the French .Journals; .fI,hll }I l\IcI.
Rn, 
.Junior Clerk; Rene Kimber, Gtmtleman Usher of the Bh
ck Rod; Olivier Yallerand, Serjeaut.at.Arms; Rev. "\\. A, 
Adamson, D.C.L., Ch1lplain ..n.l Librari1tn; Michael Keating. Chief 
Iessenger aud Housekeeper; Samuel Skinner, 
:I1e:<sell;;er and "..sbtant Huuseke..per; Edward Botte,'ell, Doorkeeper; Åntoine I.achance, 'T, lIoeary, J. Doherty. .John 
Ibm ley, J. Younb' F. Boulet, P, DUlin, J. Casault, and J. Pageau, Me8Sengers. S. Skinner, .Jr., and A. Donair.., Pages. 
ADDRESS.-To the IIonourable the Legislative Council of the Province of Canada, in Parliament a.;:;elllulcd. The 
Petition of - 


Humbly sheweth, 
[Plac
 and dat
.] 


That, &c. 


LEGISLATIVE ASSEl\IBLY OF CANADA. 


lIon. IIE
RY SMITH, Speaker. 
co-;qSTITUEXCrES. NAJ\IF.B. COXSTITUEXClES. N.
MES. 
.Arg''T/J,ruü. ..... ...Sydnpy Bellinj!:ham. Kent....... ,. ...... Archibald }IcRelllir. 
Bag"t..............,:\['wrico I.lIfrslllooiEe. Kingstnn (Cüy)Hun. J. A. :\Iacdonalol. 
.ß.>Álua.............Dunuar Ross. LaTltbton ..........Ilun.)1. Cl\meron. 
BpuuharnoiJ......UiJeon Ouimet. Lanark (N. R.)..Robert Bell. 
BPllec'.a.<u...,.....O. C. forticr. Lanark (S. R.)...Audre
 W. Pla}'f;
ir. 
Bl':f"thirr ........... Eugf'ntJ Url!el Piche. Laprairie...... ...11 n T. .J. J Lorafluer. 
B-ma
.tllture......Johu ::IIeagher. L' AsBomptitm..... Louis Archambt:8ult. 
Brant (E. R.)....--- Laval............ ...Pierre Labelle. 
Brant ( W: R.)....lIeru...rt Biggar. Len?X and Ad- ! David Roblin 
Brocktille(Thwn)Hon. (leo. :Sh.,rwood. dmgton....... 
Brmne...............Ja<;. :\Iulr Ferres. Leeds d- Grm- 0 1 R G 
C<.Lrktr)ß ..........' \\ m F. Powell. vilk (N. R.) g e . owan. 
Cltamúly ..........Luui:; I,8coste, LeP.ds (S. R.)......BenjKmin Tett. 
C hampl<1.in ..,....JoIR,ph K Turcotte. .Ú'v-is.... ...... ......IIou}'rauçois Lemieux 
Charkvois....... .Clenphc Cimon. Lincol'/t, ............IIon. W. H. :\Ierritt. 
ChateaUf}luY.....,HeUl.) Starnes. L' l
ld......... ......Chas. F. Jo'oul'llier. 
Clâ;:outÙ'li cf: } David K Price. Lrmdrrn (City)...John Carling. 
Slgu<'.nay.... Lntbini.-re... ......lIon. L. T. Drummond 
C'ompton............Tohn Henry Pope. Maskiwmge....... 
(]m-nwllfl (Town)Il"Jl. J. ::). Macùonald. Megflntic ..........Nneillebert. 
Dorc1l&;
r.........llector L. Langevin. ,llId,o.esp.x(E R.)Marcu:; 'Talbot. 
Drummond J: } Chri
tophcr Dunkin. Niddlesex( Jv.R.)A. P. "cLlonald. 
Artll/l,bas/."a. ,1/issÏB'1wJi.........II. II. Whitney. 
D'lWÜIS ......... ...J:Hlle
 Wm. Cook. ,I//lntculm. ...... ....Jo8..ph Dufresne. 
Durham (R. R.)FI.llncis II. Burton. Jr/ofltmagny .....,.Joseph O. Bt'aubien. 
Dur
am (W: 1l.)lIellry :\lunro, .Mont11Wl"ency.....Hon. Jos..pb Cauchon 
Elgin (E R.)....Lermh.las Uurwell. { lion A. A. Dorion. 
Elgin (IV. R.)...G...orgtJ 
Iacbeth. .J,[ootreal(C'ity) n.lO. John Ro
e. 
E<scx................Johu \lcLeod, 1'hos. D'Arcy 
lcGee. 
Jt'r,mlnwc ........ll.m. Henry Smith. .NrqrimJille ........Jacqu..s U. Bureau. 
Ga..ipe...... ...... ...Jllbn l.eßoutillt'r. Þ.tng1lra (1bwn)John Himpson. 
Glengurry.........D"naltl A. )lacdonald. NiclJlA't...............Jospph Gaudet. 
G"
nvillR, (S. R.)WIII. Patrick. 1\,n-follc............ Walker Powell. 
Gre.I/........."..,...Jllb.. Sb..ri<JanIIogan. I l forthumberlilnd j J h R Cl k 
]f,,}dilnuml....... - lhrl"ourt. (.&lSt RidiTf1J).. 0 n . ar. 
ll..llttm..............Tuhn White. Northu
rliLnd H S'd S ith. 
lI.f1nilttm (('it.'l) 1
:L<!.C Huchanan. (H",st Riding), on. I ney 00 
/listing.. (N. R.)Heo. Bð".iamin. Ontarin (N. R). Jo8t'ph Gould, 
Hutings (S. R.)f..e\Vis W:Llbridge. Ontnrio (S. R.)...Hon. Oliv...r :\Iowat. 
]lrJChwlgu.........Josl.ph ".Lpurte. Ottawa (C\ty)....Hichard W. 
('Ott. 
Ibmti7l[lrlnn ...... R Brown Sumer' ille. Otblwa ...... ...... Deni!! E PIIpi neall. 
lluran d! Brw..e..John [[olmes Oxford (N. R )... William 
Ic[)ougall. 
IlJervi!Je............('hl\q Jo8t'ph Lab!'rge. Ox.f'Jrd (S. R.),..gkeffington Connor. 
J((C'1IlR-S CaTtiPr..Fr
nc')is z. 'rl\
!le. 
d...,...............Tames C. AIkIns. 
Jnlictte .... ...,.. ....T..st.ph 11. Johin. ]>Prth ......... ......1'hoA. :\Iayne Daly. 
KUnilluraska .....Jeliu Chus. Chllpals. Peterbarnugh ..... Thomas Short. 
PER'IH'iEXT OFFICERS -Ch
f V.partmtmt- W. B LindBllY, Clerk; W. B. Lindsay, .Jr., CI!'rk A8
i
taDt: A Ifrpd Plltrl,.k. 
Dpputy Clerk A"si
t:Lnt: 1'. \ au'\:, .\('countant; f). Lange-in, A- siAtant do. Law Cle:rk's Department-G. W Wicl{ste<o>d. 
Law Gl...rk; D. '. M.vrand, A
sl,4lLnt French 110; F.Badll;ley, Aqsil;'ant Engli
hdo, Gl'1IpraJ Del'Urt1"wt- W. P. "atrick. 
Chief I IfficeClel.k: II Illu.tney, AS<lstllnt do.; Will. 
pinh, RoutIne aud Record CI..rk ; H. B. Stuart, EnJ!lisll WIiting do.; 
E. D.mechau.l, I<'n'nl"h du.: P. Rh'et, Junillr Clerk: A. G, O. Taylor. ùo.: II. :\lcCarthy, do.: .1. F. mnJ.:"ras. do. 
Commilt.-R. l)e/lIlrtlfl. nt-Alfred Patrick. Chil.f Clerk of Committees aud of Controverted Elections: J. P. I.
pr"h(ln. First 
As.iist:
nt C\"'rk of Committees; F. X. Blanchet. Second do. Pr'.1.ate Bill DepartmP1lt-A. 'I.'odd. Chief Clerk of Private 
BillA and. Clcrk of Votes; 'r. Plltrlck, Asslstll.ut do., alld Clerk of Railway Committee; "\V. B. I{n
s. As
't do.; ll('rmRnn 
Poatter, do. 7'1'"/lnslat'rs-D 1'. :\1)T<\nd, Chief French Tmnll"ltor; W. Fannlu
, Ass.t do,; E. 1'. DOI.ion. do.; A. De
i1etA, 
do.: T. O. COllrsllnt'
, (10 ; F. fwulgley. Jo:ngli:ih Tran
lator; W. Wilson. As't do.; F. HIlY", E'ltra "0. J''''rllal
-G. .\1. :\Iuir. 
Clerk of gngli
h .Journals; W. C. Uurral!f', AI's't do.: P. E. Gagnon, Clerk of Jo'rench do.; W. II. L..\lo\lle. As."i
tant do,; 
Librll1'I/-A.lpht'uq Todd. LibmrlllD; A. G. Llljole. ASI!'t do: A IAiperr[ere, Clprk. S,.rjeanf-ol-urm., [)Pjlort.",,.,d-D. \\'-. 
l\l:LcOollell, :'erj"t-at-Arms; .\. I.. Cardinlll, Chief \Iessspnger; E. Sr...aey. Ass't Chief do.; M. Mr('artbv. Ass't !'tfes
(,II
('r; 
O. Vincent. do.: J. O'('onnor, Doorkcpper; It. ROIilie, Ass't do.; P, I aliherte,.J. I.emonde, E.l'elletier \\'. Gillham J.lIoy' 
JIIe8Sení(erp. Post 011ìce Deportm.ent-H.. Defries, P08tmaAter; Jos. Bla s, Assi"tant do. ' " 
ADDRJ::
S.-To the llunoUl'able the Legislative ""scmuly ofCanlldR. in Provincial Parliament assomblcd. 
The Pctltion of- 


CONSTITUEYCIES. NA"\IES. 
P'mtiac............ Edmund H..llth. 
Prn-tl1,'Uf........... Hon J, K Thi bOludeau. 
Prp.scntt.....,...... TI..nry W, 
lcCunn. 
Prince Edward.W. C Dorland. 
{ non. Ch!t.r1I'S Alleyn. 
Quebec (City). Ueurge 11. Simard, 
lIyp"m.. Dubord. 
Que
c (Ornnty )Chsrles I' .met, 
}(etljrlWJ...........Hlln. Wm. Cayl!'y. 
Richm'dd- ""'if,-William H Webb. 
Rich
/ieu..........Ja"'1I1"'s F. Sinc..nn.:l!. 
Ri'/7WU.
Id.........M. Guillaume Hilby. 
RauviUe......... ...'1'. .K CaDlpb.lI. C. B. 
RU.
Bell .......... ...G. ll. Ly. u }"eHowes. 
Saint Ilyacinthe.llon. L. \ïrtor Sicotte, 
Saint JOh.,,'ð....., Franqoi:; BOllrl\"sa. 
SaÙ1t Naunce.. L. L L De
aulnie
. 
ShPjfl1'd............Asa B. Foster. 
She:rbronk
 (Tn)lIon. Alt'x T. Galt. 
Simc
 (N. R.)...AII!,US 'lorrison. 
SimcfJe (S. R),....'l'hoDllls N. Jo'ergusson. 
SauJo.'I1ges ... ...... Dnmi ni']ue A. Coutæc. 
S1ansteo.d.... ......Hnn. Tim. L. Terrill. 
Sfar'nont .......... William Mllttirß. 
Thm1.scouata...... BenjRnfill Dionne. 
TerrebO'l1n
........ L. S. )Iorin. 
Three RiVerS } .... u 
(City)........ .. m. .u. Dawson. 
Toronto ( Oit ) { lIon. George .Brown. 
y .Johll R RoulDson. 
1'WII Mrrllmtnin.
....J H. Dalln
t. 
ValldTPuil......... Hon. R. U. Harwood. 
VPTcheres..........lIon Oeo E. Cartier. 
VÙ-tnria......... ....Tn1J.n Cameron. 
WiltullJQ (N. R)Hon.:\l H. Fuley. 
W;tt
rl.oo (S. ll,)WiHillm 
c..tt. 
Wilwnd............Hilbt<rt Me'Ii,'ken. 
Wyllinotrm(N.Ri(,hllrlp
 AllIIn. 
}vPllitlgt.rrn(S.R )Dnd.! Stirton. 
H'Pnlworth(N.R)Willinm Notman. 
WentwQTth(S.R.).III
"'ph Rvmal. 
J"à:m.o.BI. a.......... Igroar... Hi II. 
l'n-k (N. R.) ......ioSt'ph Hartman. 
1ñrk (E R.)...... hws Wl'iorht, 
York (W: R.)..... Wm. P. Howland. 


Ilumbly shc'\\cth, Thllt. &c. 
WhercfOl'e your Petitioners humbly pray, &c. 
[PlaCP and dofe,] 
Øii- 
u P,.titjllll to the LegiRIßtivc ASRemhly will be receÍ\erl uuleRs thero be thJ"('e gpnnlne IIlgTlI\turell on tbe 
h!'ot 
of p.ap"
 or pal"Chll1t'lIt 01\ w!1Ïch the ('o!1dll
ion. f!f the Petition is written or printed. 'l'he IIS>l/!" h:t
 bpcn. in the 
L('gbl,,!,vO' \

"lIluly. y) rt'c
lve rrnly w1'llten l'etJt1
1I.8. but at a late R!'8qiun (1853), the Assembly atloptl'd a resolutio:a 
to receive prtnUd l'etltlons In that House. All Petitions must be dated. 
[437 J 



38 


INDEX TO THE STATUTES. 


[1859. 


AN INDEX TO THE STATUTES, 
Pcused in t!Le. 
irst &ssWn of the Sixth Pf!r
iam.pnt of the Pr'}'l'Ìnce of Canada (22 
îc.), alphabetical1y arra17prd aCf"ordi'l1{J 
to the t1/ltwllefter of t/ie word most du;tmctzve oj the subJect.matter treated of In wch, and (Jth
rwisefurfher clmsi.fied. 
iQ as to facilitate the acquisition of any particular Act requind. 
IlnlJerial Act. 
XCIX. BRITISH COLUMDIA.-To provide fur tho government of. 
PJ.'ovlncial Acts. 
GEXERAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Ill. Emigrants-To anlPm] 16 Vie. c. 8H-rplating to. 
LXXXI. Acts-To continue the foHowing:- XXV.-FÍ$
 an
 0,.-Toeo

()lidll!
 IlIw
.f..r 1

l't'e
ion 
BanX'rupts-For relif'f of-i Vie. c. 10, 9 Vie. c. 30, 12 of, andp"
eahn
. 
 'I
. c. 65. I<
,
 H' 11'. c..l,
, 3 'IC. e. -!. 
Vi... c. 18. and 13 & 14 Vie. e. 20. LX
À' 1.-1 tsllr
es-The F J
ht'
y 
.ct-r
ppals 3 "m. 
B ' ll if E ' L (J, T ta . D 1V. ... _9, sec. 4. 18' Ie. e. 14... and :.0 'It". ... :.1. 
z s 0 :rcf/a'l1{Jr, . '.- 0 ascer In amages on X XIV rll d ., al ' T d 19 & .", , .. 8 w 
protp
tpd-a"'m.IV.e.14. ... .' .c'fJuran. ",r - oamen <N IC.C. .- 
rplZulatmg I n
p!'CtlOn 0f. 
11



f<
7For Inspection of, in Quebec and Montreal- 'II. Frauds-For punishment of, committed by Trustees, 
D Ii . 'L C. T fi Tt t P d' I t 9 Bankørs, and r.thers. 
G(\O
í;s
.i8.'- 0 aCllae rocee mgs agan8- L
X
VII. Hrps-Toprovid(\fort1lpln
rertionof. 
ÐI'btors. Fraudulent, L. G.-To prevent Evasion of cre, L,XXXY. Iflfere.$t-To am
nd Ill"''' re!,ullltml! tht' ra_
 of. 
ditnrt;-9 GPO. IV. e. 'n. XC. Jrn'l1t.. Stock 

mllpa71l.('s::-To ampnli 13 &,14 'lC. e. 
Ð,bturll In.
olvent U. C.-To relieve-8Vie.c.48 except 2R, and 16 "V.IC. c.1/
-Provithn
 fo
 the formatIon of, for 
4-1" 'manllfacturm
. mech
nlcal or chpmlcRI purpoFP8. 
srej;yr; GrosooiB. L. C.-'To place Common of, under con- XX
I. L>a.fh
-To provilie for the 
l1

el'tion r:,f Sole. 
kol of Inhal:litantt;-9 Geo. I V, c, 32. I. l\aturfl!.t?alwn Laws-To amend L 'IC. c. 19. -and 
Hastin{Js ()mnty-Re
il!tratlon of Titles in-9 Vic. c. reP L 

l x - x I , 8' 1 ' I I I "' P' c.? T. t . A I 1 0 57 ' T d w 
12 ; 10 & 11 ViI'. e.38, and l:l Vlc. c. 97. . '. . ru;nn 
nspfc t.nn . c. " - () anwn see, I. 
Insane Persons. U. C.-For relief of, in Home DiFtriet- IV: Rmlway Claus

 Co"!soltdatuJn ;<let-To IIßlpnd 
cc.I?, 
11 Oeo, IY, e. 20-and ExtenFion of 3 Wm.1V. c. 45. LXXXIII. k<</ll'pltes-J<o.r. dt'frllymg expt'n
e:" of CivIl 
Lands in LO'Ivrr Ca
a-For the extinction of Incum- :;
d:

e:e
e


' F
ndd
lu
mg a Loan on creLAt of Con- 
bl'
..e
 on-i G
o.
,. c. 20: d M d' 1 T t t f1 LXXXIX. VaccinatÙm-To encourage and provide for 
Si
k

n


. iV,';:-3
, :o::n:nde
 

a 8 V

 :

, a:
 the extension of the Prnctiee of. 
16 Vic. c.W6. UPPER CANADA, 
Peace. Justic
B n[, L. C.-To re
late Fees of p
n;ons IX. .Appeal-To amend-20 Vie, c. 61, sec. 5-Extendhlg 
employ!'d by-li "W m. IV. c. 19.-To cease when Tariffs tho riJ!ht of. in Criminal elll'es. 
are m
de 
nder 1-1 & 15 Yic. e.96. XCVI. Arre.,t-To abo!i"h in Chi! actions, and for the 
, P
?llte7ltU1.ry-::F
).r the btltter Management of the Pro- better prevention and more eff..ctual punisbmpnt of Fraud, 
VlDI'IUI-;-U & I:J h...
.
. .. XCIV. Attorw>ys-Toextend pruvisions 01" 20 Vie. c.63 
Pf'1"lStmlers-Authorlzmg the employmcnt of Mlhtary -for the Admi"Rion of. 
P
n"io
lJrs and ethers I\S u. locall'olice Force-I! & 15 X. Common Lnw Procedure Act, 18ãr-.To amend Bnd 
VII'. c. 
 7. . '. . facilitate remedies on ßiII
 of F:x. and Promi
sory Notes. 
Pub!,c Bl/Slnes$-Empowennp: Comml
sl?!1er" to en- XC11. Error a'1id Appeal,-To amend 20 'ic. c. 5, sec. 
quire mto matters eonne..tpd wIth, &1'.-9 , Ie. c. 38. 36---<Jf Law re
peetlng the Court of. 
Rwl Prr>pertyin L()wer Ctuwda-Relative to Re
istra. C. Jury Laws-To anlPnil and con
ohdalp. 
tion of. Title8 to,. and Inl'umbranl'cs upon-8 Vie. ,c. 27. XCIX. Municipal Institutions-To con
oli"atp Laws. 
ReaT !,mp.rt.'1 
'11, Lowrr O:z
a-Toenable PrOpfletor
 XCV. Rp!lislr.'1 
tlic,,;-To e
tablish in Cities, Junior 
to ß('qulfe. when Illegally detamed from them-a & 15 Counties. and ltidjn
s of Conntie
 
Vie. c. \J2. a
 amended by 16 Vic. c. 205. XCYII. &ire FIlcias-'To ampnd the Law of. 
R;ofs-For the Prevention of. at or near Public 'Work
, XCIII. Surrngnt.p. Courts-To IImend Law in relation to 
wbil
t In pl"O
reliB o..f construction-8 ViI'. c. 6, as amended the .ill ri
diction find prol'pdure of. 
by 1
 & 15 'Ie 
. ,6. .. XCVIII. Tre
passes, Petty-'To Bmend Law relating to. 
Hwers arul RL1''I.de.t,
, U. C.-To prevent Obstru..tJoDfnn LOWJ<:R C 

 AD A 
-7 y;" c. SI-\. 11.8 amended by 10 & 11 ViI'. C. 20, and 14 . . .. .. 
&; 15 Vic. c.l23. XXIX. Agri
uUural Societies-To legalize certain pro- 
Sr/Olt uTie of ú. Baie St. Antoim, L. C.-For Rpgula- ceeding
 taken by. 
tion ofComm ,n of-t Goo. IV. c.l0, Rnd 4Geo.lV. é.26. VI. ExrcuWrs, At.lminisfratnrs and Cvrporations-To 
S-igneurie of IAprairie, L. O.-For Rt'gulation of enable For!'i
n to sue and be 
ued, 
Common of-2 Geo. 1 V. c. 8. V. Judicature Act.
-'.ro further amend. 
Tril1it.I/ HouS'-, Jr[ontreal,-'To enlarge powers of, when CIV. ú'w Students-For the rt'lipf of ,'ertaln. 
Ilealth of City i
 endangered-10 & 11 ViI'. C. 1. YIII. l\'"taTÍlll Pr'!fps
inn-To amend Lans rplating to 
W;JTres. L. f;'.-Toencour>\l!c Destr'n of-l WID. IV. C. 6. th!' adll1i

ion of persons to. 
In.h'e.
. u. C.-To encoura
e Dest'n of-6 Woo. IV. c. 29. YII. Proof of Instruments-To flicilitate wh...n executed 
XXYll. f'rinlÍnal JU$tice-To amend and ext...nd. 20 ViI'. wilhout L. C. 

. Z -iliminiRhin/l expt'nst''' attending admini
tration of. :XI. Repre.
Pntafio'TI-To ampnd Act enlarging, 80 far lIB 
LXXXIV. DeT.elltltreS, Reddllptionof-!\lakingproviBiun it relates to the Towmhip of Arlllllgh. 
fOJ.'. and thO' ConRolidatioll of the Public Debt. C1. RlInd Act. 1855-'1'0 alllPnd. 
XCf. Ðrhe7lfurr.s Reaistrafinn of-To provide for, of LXX\'III. Road .Act, lS:3i-To ampnd Rond Act of 1855, 
Mnnicil,allmd oth
r cor'porate budies. erpcting St. Lam1)ert into a District" unicll'ality. 
LXXVI DufvsofC/I.<tnrn 
 Exci
e-Toamend lawR relll.- CIlI. Camr 
ws-To am
n
 
nrl I'om'ohdate. 
tive, and impo..ing ue'\ ,] utit'
 and a d lit)' on Ta vern.kpppprs, XXVI I I. JVztnes.<rs- 
o dl,"!llm
h e'C J>pn!'e
 (o.r, IInd to 
LXXXII. El-ctil:c Prancltise-Defining and proviùing facilitate enforcðment of furfeItt'11 recognizances in Crimi- 
for the Regilitratiun of Y oters. nal ca8es. 
Locol and Personal Acts. 
EDUCATIONAL AXD T.ITF.RAlty. 
CXXXVII. Antlrmy ()f St. re.<airc-'J'o IIII'Orpol'ate. 
LXIV. Adw('afr's LiTrary. {Jur/'n'-T.. t'JIII'rTI"er Flile of. 
CXXXYI. Assumption Coli.. ,';mul1virh-To Jncorporate. 
LXX. I1.en,ilz" Academ.I/-'I'o III/'Orpurlltp. 
LXIX. 1\'I10:r- (',,11rur-'l'o Inrorpf.rllÌP. 
:x V11. L' A..somp/io71 CI,/t.-1'o IImpnli Act incnrporating. 
LX \'111. l\'ie()let Seminm'y-To nlOùif
 the l'er
(llJal cow- 
J>Ol'itlon of itR Corpnrati{.n. 
LI. ,')rllO()1 :Ycti'l'II l\'(). S, TowrI.<hip '!f /tf"fifda-To anneJ; 
to the Sehool 
ecti()n of the Yilla
e of Ir"l]u"i
. 
L. School &ctÙm 
Yo. 5. Township of Tr,tj"algar-To re- 
unite to the 
rown uf 
!iIton. 


BANKS, 
CXXXL B,'nk (If ('anaria-To Inc0rpomte. 
CXX nn Colonial Bank '!f Canada-'l'o amend Charter. 
LXXIX. Ea
t_rfl 7:.tlJll..hip.
 Bank-'l'OftnlPndCharterof. 
CXXX. lnt-rnlltiorw.l Bank of O:z'1)Qda - To amtJnd 
Chartpr. 
I,XL La Banque du Pe'(ple-To amend 18 Vic. c. 43- 
rpllltill:! to. 
X\"I
 J\'iagara Disfrict Ranl(-Toam(>nd Acts relatinl?:to. 
CX"{VlI. {J.uebec Bank-To amend and consolidate Acts 
rø]fltin!! to. 
CXXIX. 7immerman Ban
'-To amend A..t incorpora- 
ting, and to change name to the" Bank of ClJfton." 


L 438] 



39 


1859. ] 


INDEX TO THE STATUTES. 


ex. University of 7IlTontn-To authori"e the Senate to 
appropriafe certain Lands for a Park. and to include tlIe 
sallie within the liwits of thl' City of Toronto. 
LXVll. J'ù1mia OJUege-To aweud -1 & 5 Vie. c. 3i- 
incorporating. 
GAS AXD WATER CO'fPAXIES. 
CXXXV, Jletropnlitan Ga3 and JVuvr Co., Toront
To 
further amcnd 16 \Ïc. c. 250-incorporating. 
INDIVIDUAL. 
LXXV. Clark, Cyrus S.-To pt'rmit thp retention ofDsm 
and Booms bnilt by him on 8t. 
. anciR niver. 
CXLII. Lyon, John S.-To confirm c..rtain titles and 
purchases of. under the marriage 
ettleml'nt of. 
CXJ.. McIntosh, WiUiam-To authnrize his t1i
p08aI of a 
certain lot of land in the Villajl:" of 
ewcR.tle. 
C)!'.I.IJI. P<Lrk, SltubaeZ--To admit aRa SoliCItor & Att'y. 
CXXllI. Pl'arson. James-To emp ,wer his cOllstructinn 
of a Rail or Tram way connecting witlI the G. T. ltailway 
near Georgetown. 
X:XIII. Ruttan, Henry-To authorise hi" surrender of 
rertll.in Letters Patent and to take a 
ub8titutiollalltrant. 
CXLI. JVi'aog, Dume Ann-To authnriLe a deviation 
from the laws of L. C. a.s regards her will. 
INSURANCE COHP AXlES. 
LXII. Prm-inciaL lnsuranct Co. of Toronto-To amend 
12 Vic. c 167, incorporating, and to chanlt e its corporate 
name to the" Provincial Insurance Co. of Canarl.a." 

IAXCF ACTCRIXG AKD 
IIXIXG. 
XX. Fretlltm l'tnur !Ianufacturing OJ.-To make valid 
A certain convfiyanCe of Land to. 
XC. J..int St.ock Cmnpanip.s-To amend 13 & 14 Vic, c. 2R, 
and 16 Vie. c. 112. providing tiJr tbe formation of, for 
Manufacturing, Mining, Mechanical or Cbemical purpOl'eR. 
LVllI. M<lrmrrra Iron JVorks-To authorize the con- 
struction of a TraDl or Railway from, to Colborne Harbonr. 
MISCELLA
EOUS. 
CXXXIII. Canada LanduJ. Credit Co.-To Incorporate. 
LXXI. /lospÜ<J1 Gennal, Three Ri7'ers-To Incorporate. 
CXXIV. búernatiu1UÙ Bridge OJ.-To amend 20 Yic. c. 
227, iucnrporsting. 
LX X. [\-. J(,f"ert! and Carpenters, MuntreaZ-- To incorpo- 
rate the Canadian 80ciety of. 
LX:XIll. Ml1.gdalen Asylum d: Industrial House of Refuge, 
T
;,

;




r

:

Td Co., Montreal-To Incorporate. 
XXI. Qu.eJJeC Warehouse OJ.-To Incorporate. 
CXXX\-lll. St. Andrp-w's Socie1y, ,J/untreal-To Tncorp. 
LXXI[. st. (}pOTge's SocVly, Tor. n10-'Io Incorporate. 
X)!.II. st. Jltm.es' Club, M(lTltreal-To Incorporate. 
CXXXII. Trust and Lorm Co, of U. ClInarlu-I'o amend 
and extend 7 Vie. c. 63. 8 Vie. c. 96, and 13 & U Vic c.l:38. 
CXXXI V. Wí:sl.ern Canada Loan. OJ.-To smend 20 Vic. 
c. 166, incorporating 
MU:SICIP ALITIES. 
XXXVIII. Artnn and Upton-In reiation to ccrtain re- 
gistratinns affecting land8 in the Town"bip>< of 
CVlII, Artl,ahaskumllR-To incOJporate the Village of. 
CXI \'. &rlin Town-To legalize certain By la w.. of. 
CXII, BrUCl!. OJunty-To provide for the !!election of. 
County TOIwn in. 
CX\'. Camden. Gore of-To annex certain lands in, to 
Town-hips of EuphemiR and Dawn. 
XXXI V. Charkvaiz (bunty-To divide into two County 
:\I uuicipalilies. 
XXX V. ('''arVvoix and &gw:n4!1 Orunti,..- To make bet- 
ter prnvi!oion for the re
il!tration ofde.....t; in. 
XX:\.lX. CI"sw T<JWnsltip-To divide into two separate 

Iutlicipalities. 
XV. u.b'lUrg 7Own--To l!'gJilize certaIn By-laws and 
Debentur..s ot
 and amend 13 & 14 Vic. c. 83, vesting 11l1r- 
bour in Town. 
CXIH. Cullinpwood Town-To change the limits of. 
CVll. Common of IslP-dUrPuds-To amend ItDd revive 
3 Woo. 1 V. c..p. 33, roJgulllting. 
XLV. Em/n'o Villuge-To incorporate. 
CI X. f'rPlrwnl Vilh'ye-To erect.. Ua.Inor 
'orges" Int,> 
. EPp'lrl!.te 
lu'licivalily. und..t. the lIHme of. 
C::\.I. Howl'.I""" Cily-To limit IUllouut of ta'{atlon 011 
eertain Ian,l" in. 
LX
 VII. /larnilLon Towll
1d]J-To rl'pellI 18 Vic, c. 1ï2, 
coufirming; "..erb.1ll Runey in. 
X)!.XH. IlPl1l11fÙ1f1.lilTd. l"uwruhip-To dÌ\id
 into t\\'o 
separate )lunicip.1lities. 


LX, Hope Tuwnsldp-Tò I'Onfirm a certain li'ur'\'ey in. 
XLJX Inge:rsoU Village-To l..galize By-Law ?'io. 18. 
XLIV. KemptviUe Jíllaoe-To amend 20 Vic. c. 99, incor- 
porstin!!. 
xr.. M"ddington Tmlmship-To Reparate from County 
Artbabaska. and annex to County i'icol..t. 
XLIII. P"mf.rflke Vtllagp.-To inrorporllte. 
XXX Q
bec Ci'y-Toamend18 Yic.c.1á9,conso1idatin; 
incorporating ordinanct-s. 
XllI Rl'Tt./rew VIUag.-To incorporate. 
CVI. St Joll'/1tl 71>wn-To make more ample pro'\'islon fur 
the incorpurstiun of 
LXX\'lll. St. Lambert-To erect .nto a District Munici- 
pality. 
X:XXVII. Ste. J,farguRn"te de Blairjind
 Parish-ToJ 
authoriz!' the openinj;( of a certain road. 
XI.I. StratJ. TÚ Tllwn-To inl'orporate. 
XLVn, Slreels1Jillp. VdlaUIJ-To confirm J'rorlamation. 
incorporating. and Act" of Municipal C..unci1 of. 
XI.lI. Southampton Village-To incorporate. 
CV. TI,ree Rivert! City-To am"nd 20 Vic., c. 129, incor- 
porating. 
Ll X. Tnrrmto Gore and EiOOiroke-To a;tablisb true 10- 
Clll'ion of wad betwl'en. 
XIV. Victoria and l'ewbor01J{}h Counties-To annex cer- 
tain new Town
hip
 to. 
XLVI. Well '7m Villnge-To Incorporate. 
XLVIII. JVi'1II1
or Tnwn and RIchmond TfIW'TIsllÌp-'Io 
remedy certain iuformalitiefl in Assessment HOUR of. 
NAVIGATIO
 DOCKS AXD HARBOl'RS, 
CXXV. C<Lnadian Inland SlP.am NavigatWn (;b.-To 
amend 16 Vic. c. 169, incorporating, 
XXXIII. Harbour Onn."is.<Ïtmprs, J,fontreaZ--To enable 
their erecting a gsllery across Capital Street. 
,-,XXII. 
Yorth-west Transportation, lYarigution, and Rail- 
way Co.-To incorporak. 
XXXII. Qu
bec Harbaur-To provide for Improvement 
and management of. 
CXX VI St. Cluir and 1"Wo GrukB Ship Ctlnal Co.-To 
incorpo' ate. 
LVI. St Jfaurice NaJ:igation and .!if/rth t!hore Rail1
'UY 
CU.-To chanlte tbe nllme of. 
XJI. Trinity HfJU.
e. J/rm/real-To extend powers of. 
XXXI. Trinity Huu.se. Qur;bec-To ext..nd powers of. 
L.."\::III. ram.uka .l.Yavigutüm Co.-To incorporate. 
RAILWAYS. 
I.V. BrochJille and Ottawa-To extend charter of. 
Ll\'. Canada Nirrth.wesl R. OJ.-To amend 19 & 20 Yk, 
C. 25. incorporsting. 
CXIX. U,boorg and Pel(Tbor(ltlgh-To amend Acts of. 
LII Grand 1'rlln
-Tu amend Acto! relating to. 
LlII. Grand Trunk-To authorize the construction of a 
brlrll!e o'\'er th" St. Clair River at SRruia. 
C:X \"In. GrpÆ Sr,utll-weðt--rn-To lillIend charters of 
amal:ramatt!d Compauy. and to change "Dame to" Niagar:'l. 
and D..troit Hiver!! R. eo." 
CXVJ. Grl'Jlt H"hlprn-To amend Acts of Tn corporation. 
I.XXX. úmdrm. d': Port Stanlpy-To '\'..st certain portion
 
of Bathurst St., London, in, aod to enable theIr dHlo
al cf 
Real 
."t8te. 
CXX. L(mdon and Prrt Stanlty-To give Munkip"lities 
holdin!!; IIt'l("k in, incren"ed r..presentation in dirl'cth n. 
C
XI. !lIHr/11,flra a7/d Belle,-illr-To incorpnrat... 
LVllI. Marmora 'i.'ram Road--To authorize the con- 
struction of 
L \'1. 
V..rth .Çhrrre R, and St. MauriCl' .Navigation Co.- 
To ch,mge notm" of. 
CXXII. /I"lTlh-west Transportation, NaL'igation, and R. 
a..- Tn incorporate. 
CX\'lL O"tarill, Simc(}l' d': llurrm-Toamend Art" rei at' 
in!( to, and to chang" name to .. !\orthern R of Cllnarla." 
1 V. llailwa.I/ CI.u.useJ! OJ(tSolultdion Act-Tofurtbt'rumend 
H & lã Vic , c. 51. 
LVII. Stu.nsU<Ld, S"pjTilTd d: ChambLy-To amend Acts ot: 
RELIfìIOUS BODIES. 
CTT, ChurrhrJ! in L C.-To amend 18 Yic. c. 112, con- 
cernln:r th.. rivii erection of 
"\. VIII Gr..y .vll7l1, M'ITl/real-T08uthorizetheir diFpüS:l1 
of ..ertain Jlft.,...rty. 
I,XV. llilron Dir,ce.oe-To Incorp. the {"lIurdt 
oci"'y of 
LXVI. Prp..l'!I' rian ('I",rcll rif ()l1Iarla i7& c,mllecJWTI ,('ith 
till' (''''(I'rh '1 S",.tland-T., incorporate floald of :\I,mage- 
ment of T..ml,orIlJjti<,q Fund. 
(')!.XX I)!.. r..it Clrurch "..I E..yLl171d cf' TrPland-T.. amend 
I 19 & 
u \ïc. c, 121, euabling wl:lwoorø to Weet iu 
yuod. 
14 39 1 



40 


CANADIAN PATE:NTS. 


[1859
 


CANADIAN PATENTS, 
IUtUd by the Bureau of .AgricuUUTP and Sta.tútics,frorn 1st July, 1857, to 30th Jum, 1858. 


Henry Going-A Cradler or Self.röker. July 2, 1857. 
Thus. H"cror-A 8elfrtJI!;ulatiugClludie 8bade. JUly:J, 1857. 
K;\1. Cbaft.,e-A n..w önd l1I;cful improvement iu the prtr 
pariu!!;. culouring. and IIpplyillg ludl3. Hubverand Uutla 
I'erchll to cloth of ö1l kindt!, leatber. and other articles 
without the u"eof solveut, uuder the namt! of" Chllffet'lì 
Irnprovewtmtin Huvberalld Uutlil. Percna." July 13 18[)j. 
Tholli
 
huttl..worth and Thowas .\ltxkland-Certl\in il11- 
pruvemeut:; in the cunstruction of would boardll for 
ploughs. July 23, 1851. 
Leonard Wray-A proce81!for producing and manufacturing 
fin.. crylilaUized !lugar, sYI'up. aud lllolø.s!!cs t'rom the 
AIi"Ïcan. Chine&!, aud 1111 other vllril:'ti..s of the" Hu1cu8 

:1c('barötus" of" Liunæus," July :!3, 18.>7. 
GeOl'g" ß..b.t..r-A mastich.cauvas fire önd water proof ce- 
l1Ient lor roofin;;;. July 23. 18.)7. 
Dl1lH
an D. :\lllrr and Edward Chesley-An improvemcnt 
in the con8truction of fire Vlac..s. J uly 
3, 1
57. 
Wm. 8p'Jff .rel, Jr.-A new t:mning procct!8 lur hides, &0. 
July t3, 18ã7. 
Edward Chesll:'y-An improvoment in the construction of 
carri:tges, J uly 
;j, 1
;}7. 
UtJnry A. Kirkland önd Lnke Millington-An accelerøtive 
aDlI accommodatingstmw cuniug Ulöcbine. July 23, 11S57. 
Wm. Cr"lg-A t-pmn"r, doul.>ler, alld twi"tl:'r fur tIl.. mauu. 
fiu.ture of twis
11 yarn. Aug. 7, 18
7. 
!t1. \\ Hloußhby-A ströw CUtter. Au
. 7, 1857. 
6.,0. W. Uwen-Tbt! doubte shume churn. Aug. 7, 1857. 
J. A Wilkinson-An illde'plmdent l..v"relong:atiugcarringe 
or buggy spriug. Aug. 7, 18ã7. 
D''\rcy POrter and John W. H. :5ehneider-A new and use- 
ful Sl raw cutter. An
. 19, 11\57. 
Geo. Campbell-The Heela portable forge. Aug. 19, 1857. 
Uilbel t 11. 
loore-A Bt:lfloadillg cart. Au;r. :':'), 1857. 
Gt!urge Cummings-An imploved 8leam eu!;iue slide vulve. 
-'lUg. :lU, 18;!7. 
Charles v'1IMa-An ()!'cillstlng paddle for propelling ste!lm 
vl:'
sl'ls. A ug 
O, 11SiJ7. 
.T. P,Craig-lron pian
 I'Mt Inssiuglepiece. 8ep. 4,1857. 

artiu -"eJlion-A 8eederto lit! attached to a gaug plougll. 
Aug. 19, 11S.>7. 
Jost'IJIl L\lttrks-Certain Improvements in spark arresters, 
chImney and p..tticoat pipes for locol1lQtivt's. :5ep.15,lIS57. 
ISILhdla )lorley. administratrix of John :\lorleJ-An im- 
pruvl:'d m/Jutd buard f
r pluughs. Sep. 15, 18;}7. 
W. R. Huwen-Fe..d \\orks to bt; used iu saw mills, called 
., ß ,well's Hotary ltl:'action F""tj WOI'ks" SI:'l'. 15, H;[)i, 
J G. :\lun,l,er and H. Harl"Í>I-A n"w aud impro'ed mdhvd 
of clJnstructing pumps. 8ep. 15, 185i. 
C. D"ön-A nt:w modo of effecting more perfect c()mbustinu 
In the furnaces of steaUl l>uil"ls, aud of sa\in
 fuel. 

t'p. 15, U;57. 
II. Hysert ,.nd C. Tanner-A sawing ma,'bine. 8ep.15,18;)7.' 
C. :\1.l'ate-Au imprOVl'lUent in th...cun!'trut'.livn of Knapp'" 
Lamps for burning rUBin vii. 81:'p. lü, ls"i. 
II. DeWitt-I<'urrow wb..els to be attnched to reaping and 
m ,wmg Wl'\chin+-!!, and fur otht>r purp,'s..!'. Sep. W, 18;}7. 
D.llr\1t'.e-A new and iUlpro.ed Illode 01", and app,uat u:; fur. 
makiu
 conceutrared auimal mnnure, Oct U, H;;}i. 
J. ll. Leroy-A portable t
rm board fence. 8ep. 28. lS57. 
J, Armstrong-A new and impro.ved har'row. 
ept 30.11;57. 
H. \:"attss-An improvement in lbe til'e bux of Lhe l,uilers 
of locomvth'es or other "t.,lI.m engiues, Uct. 12. Ib;'7. 
II. Yates-An improvemeut ill pt'1'f"cliDg th"collsull1ption 
of 
pd' ks :lnd part.., aud portilln:; of uuc In.lllwe.J f ud iu 
1,.cum')tiveB ø.nd othl:'r stellm ....gines. uct.12.18':'7. 
.J. W. :\1cLareu-An .mproved nlOuld-boarJ 1ä plollgns. 
Oct. I
, 11S57. 
J,:\Je 'lib. Jr.-A horizontnl car coupler. Oct. 12, lS57. 
D. 
l. .Ieunes.<-An impI.uved hllrbe ral.e. Oct 13, lS;}7. 
ll. K DraYI'on-A new Ulode of mnnufaduriug gUllpo\\der. 

ov. 7, 1
57. 
II. Yates-An improved p"rf,.rated tire gr>lte, f...ed wat('r 
he'!t..r aud damper, combiued fOr 10<:omotivI:'8 aud other 
st II.Ul ..nginell. Nov 6. 1&>7. 
V. PlI.rkes-;\ "kam prl'8S fUI'making bricks, tiles, &c., from 
dry ciIlY. No\". ö, l1i57. 
C. I
. I'arkes-A b1Ïck drain pipe, and tile making machine. 
r>.nv Ö, 11S57. 
W. U. Tuttle-A new and improved auger handle. Nov. 6, 
l
,;Î. 
"'. 'launing-A new and u!'!eful machiuA for cutting or 
tu. ning . ut belld.. for b.lrr..18, 11.1:'_". c..:;ks, l;r IIny desc1Ïp- 
tiuu of couptlr'ti work. 1\ov. ö, 1
;'7. 


David Cudney-A vegebNe cutter. No"\'. 6, 1857. . 
JIlS. lIal
A cburn, tv be called" IIaI..'8 Improved Churn." 
Nov. 6, 18[)j. 
ßenj. Uill-A radial-\Vln
ed propeller. Nov. 6, 1857. 
A. 111. 'l'l
rbdl-A new lIud u8<>ful impro"\'ement in the eo:J.- 
strucholl of/;:at<<!
. Nov.7,lIS57. 
J. Eat"n-A new method of construct in A" lamps. Nov.i .1857. 
lienry Hilil..rt-Certaiu impruvements in stump machinel! 
Nov. 7. 1857. . 
W. C. 
tiver-A hoUowtlanged lightninjt rod. Xov.7,11\57 
J. }'. Taylur-A new IInd u
('fulmacLine for coul,lihg rail- 
way cars. tHmed a ".:sdf-coupler IInd Coupling l'iu 
över " 
!\ov. 18. 18;)7. . 
Rovt. J<:mer y-/\ pre
s for the manufacture of eave-trouO"hs 
()f tin and g;alvöniæd iron, 1\ov.28.1857. <> 
Joseph 
vdltJ-A thm!'biug and winno\\ing machine 
without huen apl"f'n. )lar.3, 1857. 
DUllcltn C<t.mpbdl-A revolving angle joiut. Nov. lit 1851. 

.::;. C."Outer-A stump. stone.llnd 
hip puller. Dec.15, lS57. 
AJø.m Callt-A new rout cuttillg mllchme. DI:'c. 1:). 18.)7. 
II. I<',:,wl
r, .Ir.-Au improwd upparatus fbr wllshiug and 
wrlDglllg clotbel', J<t.n. 12. 11'158. 
G. It. u.th)rt'-An improvement in BOwing wucLines. 
Jan. U. 1858. 
Cö viII l"rencll and Luther French-A new and impro"\'ed 
straw cutter. Jan 11. 1858. 
.J. P. Clarke-A mod.. of propelling steam bo-dtS, narncd 
"Ch...lie's Seril:'s of Pl\ddleB," I<'
b. 8, 11Sã8. 
.John 1'ho1D1I.S-A new aLd improved pø.ddle," Fe
. 8. 1858. 
Jos. S. tJodrrey-A new and improved. washing mll.chine. 
}'"b. 12, 1h
. 
I. W. Farewdl-The Exceh:iOl' Straw Feeder. Feb. 13, 1858. 
Wm. U. Ulher-A new and Ul'efUI method of apply in" IInd 
u...ing- eh,ctridty as an ane!;:th..tic agent iu extra":ting 
keth and in other surllical op
rll.tions. Mar. 16 18;}ð. 
.Job ''lurris-A new aud improved room and housl:' he:tter, 

lar. lö, lS;}S. 
Dalr.\"mpll:' Crll.wfurd-(I) An improvement in the manufac- 
ture of sO>tp. 
lar, 16, 1
58. 
Dalrymple Crawford-(2) A f1 improvement in the mnnuf;te.- 
tUI"I! of soap. 
lllr. 1ö, 18[)8. 
Dalr} mple Cl'a wford-( is) A n Improvement in the mannfac- 
tl1rl:' of suaI" liar hi, 18;}8. 
Jas. 'fhomp
on-.\. certain neW and Improved method of 
cOll>ltrueting mangle8. !llllr. 16. 1858. 
B !II. Hicks-A new method of slating. Mar. 1ß, lS58. 
W J. 
'. Toulmin-A sdf'geuerding glis burner aud lamp. 
!lIar. 16, 1!iã8. 
J. S..per-An Improved clever lieparator. !lIar. 16, 1858. 
A. HÍ>!;elow-AII "OInes
 ctlllin I'teaw plough. lIJar.16.11{58. 
L, Wevster-A n..wand improved bee hh'e. Mllr.20.1858. 
Daniel Coombs-A combiued churn IInd cream freezer. 
1\lar 31. 18'>8. 
T. ;\1. llrJson-A new and Improved method of protecting 
the t..e.. of boot!' or !'hOH!!. Mlu. :31, 1858. 
G. A. Hicks-An improved ..ilveric 011 or self.generating 
n..n-explo..ive fluill gns burner. April :!O. 1
5i'). 
J J. J,,"'''up-A Ill:'W aud useful farm iwplcm"nt, clI.U..d a 
h 
uill'lIlveria..r." April 7. 18;')8. 
Franklin Clark_An improvt:d machine for cross cutting 
lugs cllttin;; fir.,-wood. &c. April 7, 18;}S. 
J. .\lelli g-A Illllchiu.. for pressing or compressing ..lay or 
composition by rotary and rl:'cipror.atil.g lOoti..u int.. the 
f;Jl'ru of !.trick!!. tiles vipel'.lirl i1icial :;toue, &c .\ p 8. 1858. 
L Ltwrence-A wa
hjug&wringiuLmtl.l'biue. :\IllY 1, 18;}S. 
Almond HI:'nnl:'tt-A nl:'w aDd improved !Jee h..use, cailed 
.. UI:'unetL'8 Plötftlrm ß
e U"UII"." -'lay 1, U,;.8. 
C. Green-A sepdratillll thrll>lhin-l macbiue." ApJiI 7. 1858. 
C, D"ner-
'rictjllu sn.h bangings alld lock. -May U. IS;}8. 
J. W. .I!'orbes-.\ col11vined rocKing) st.l.ve, aud he<\ding 
macbine. .\1..y H, lS58. 
R. )),tvl:;-An imp' oVtJment in direct central di!'dJarl!e 
water whl:'el.aud mti frictioll circulnr gate... JUlJe 8.IS;'Ij, 
Rov. J. ::;peur...r-\ mailing pre8ti and pa
ing mnchinc. 
J un" 8, 1
5
. 
lIeu. y Yates-Improvements In the \\ing r.liJs of nilwaf 
croMsilJ
s. J un.. 8, 11Si>8. 
Alex. .\lÏtIl
r-A saret.' stto.'\m alarm. June 8,1858. 
to'. ::;chtlfi..lù-Certll.iu improvt!ml:'nt!' in th" wethud uf con- 
:;tl uctin
 thra,bing machines & I'eparators. Jun.. 8, lS5S. 
It. LouIIMhury-.\ nr w aud lI>It'ful borsl:' rake. J u,.e 9, IS58, 
O. .'.lhrl.)w-A ncw /;. ill.proved cl1t.e
I'p.e"
, .JlIlJt.}",l1';}8. 
C. W. 
l11ilh-A ht'a.l prvleelor sJ:;lIiu.st heat, coup d\) t>oleil
 
&c. J un.. lIS, 1
58. 


[ 440 1 



18:)8. ] 


POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 


41 


POST OFFICE DEPART1\lE
T. 
List of' Pod Offices, 
E.
taUished in Canuda frnm ",'flV. 1. 1
5j, to S'þt. 30, 18:;8. 
TO'PiSHIP on ... N
"'E OF 
S
'IEOFOFFICE. 8EIG
ORY. CO{;
H, FOhTMA"l'i:R. 
Agincourt ...... 8l'arhuro' ..... York, KR.... Jolm II ill. 
P.allantflle ..... WLÏlcburch. York, W.Il... Jam.." D"ót'f'r, 
Bald..rlinn ....... llllthura>t ..... I.anark, 15.ft.. A. 
lcDollald. 
ßdlh nahioch.. I" in)!I'lOn ..... J<'ron tenuc ... Hobert, Gibson. 
Bal
üm .......... Pkkt-riug..... Ontario, S.H. I:ob
rt Dodd". 
Hirkhall ......... ;\Ionr" ...'..... T.amb on...... Cha"'e
 
tnart. 
Birr...........,.... T.ondon ....... 'liddl.."ex.... Chao. 'lin..hin. 
Uhir ............. Wuterloo...,.. Watel"1oo.SR W, ß"wma.n. 
Blvtheswood... \ler!'I'II......... E
bPX '........ 1>. f'mlleron. 
Br;rd a Plouffe, I!'le .Iel'u'! ... I.a'.al ,........ Y. !.t'may. 
BroIDt'mere..... Hrome Lake.. Hrome......... V. H. .Ihnel'. 
Bnm
wiek...... I\I:tn"\'eri! ...... Durham..,... g R. U,,"mish, 
Cantlev ...., .... I1alL.. ......... 01 t.....a........ W I1smilthn. 
Carlton West... Yl,rk ........... York. \V.lt... .Iohn H..,biuson 
Ch""t..r .......... Chc!'ter......., ArthabdB\..a.. J Emerson. 
ChurchIlL...... Inni;.lil....... Hmcoe, S.I{.. II. 
IOItne, 
Cladmn.......... Ahthorough. };I;.dn. \\ .R... .J. 
1aI'"hbank. 
Clar..ndun(rc-.) l:1/lr..Ddon.... Pontiac........ A. Wil
(1n. 
C:O'it'lltry ........ Alhion .,...... I'ed............ T. 
winarton, 
Crp!,sy. ............ l\J3rYI'burg... P, };dward... K W Wri:;:ht, 
('urran ........... J)lanta
..net. I'rl'scûtt ...... 1'1111. OIIl'..I\U, 
D..xt..r ........... Y srmouth.... Elgin, E.H.... \\'111. Tt'..tz I. 
,,:t1
..wood....... EII
t TillJury Kt-nt .......... J. Ain
lip, Jr. 
).'srmington.... Amaranth... W'lr
t'n.X R .'obn Curry. 
II/lrold ........... Rawdon ...... Ha
tinga>,iIi R W. 
I. Willianlil 
Kilmanagh,..... Chinj.:uaco'sy l't'eJ...... ...... Petcr }<', 8Ial.,r. 
Laharre ......... Lab.
l'fe ...... Chicoutimi... Cha-. J)rapt.au. 
I.I\('henall' ....., Lach..naie ... L'Aa>s"mpt"n .J. O. Lanrier. 
L' An
 a Giles. J:blet ..'...... L'l"let,.. ...... H. .... mal'f'lIn. 
I.>\\"al (re-op.)... Ll\val.......... Mo'tlll()ft.ncy Re
T Campbell 
Unt"n ........... l"in
 .......... York. iIi.R.... J"B..ph I.yun, 
Linwood......... Wdl..!'ley..... Waterloo,XH .lo!'. W. Fbh, 
Lnnenburg ..... Osn,hrn
k.... Stormont..... W. Johnstone. 
)Il
npault ...... Chathalll...... Ar)!;l'nt..ull... F. Xa"l>t'rt. 
)li1e End........ I.of Mnntre/ll Un"bdl:lgß... F.S BI'HUl'bamp 
'lount\Vt'bster Lan
down... l.e..dil ......... R. W'."
ter. 
:\aqhwnod ...... Farnham ..... f'hetf..rd ...... .4.. :\m-h. 
Xotfipld .......... l'n Resen'n, (;Iengary ..... P 
IC\Rughton 
Pt-nlm-'laGa!'pe .................. Ga
pe.......... TholllaS c.:oll. 
Proeril ........,.. Xewton ...... Soulanges .., A lex. Morrison. 
Play fair.... ...... Uathur,.t...... L:tlll\rk. S.R.. 0..". f'. 
lil1s. 
Rlv, Bpaudette On G. T. R'y. !:Ioulan
es .., C. )lci'h..r
on. 
Hod,rerville..... Usborne ...... Huron ........ .Tar; H. Hoss. 

te. Ap:athe .... 
te. Ag/lthe.. Lothini..re... L. ßonls T1 ger. 
St. Apnllinllire. st. Croix ..... 1.0t1:,iniere... 1'.. 
I"rchaud. 
;:t. Auh,.rt...... St. J. P't.Ioli Illl!let......... F. .'pltn. 

t. ßltzlle(re-o.) St. Bazil9 .... I'ortnl'uf ..... O. .'ohin. 
St. HorA......... On Piles R'd St. "lIurice... H, Hickahy. 
St..1 de )llIrtha Brandon...... JoliAtte ...... ).'. X l..u!'alle. 
St. 8..v..re ....... ... ......... ...... 8t.l\Jaurice... AdfllJ.!h L..my. 
St SlLuvt.ur..... Banlit'reotQ. Qnebec '....... .1. (,. 
"ucier. 
O1.cone ............ Hrllnt ......... Hruce.......... Th"II, Adair, 
iI..b'lstoJlol...... S..hlu.topol... Renfrew...... 'I'. P. .....CI,l'h. 
;:bRntv )jav.... Oro ............ 8imcoe,N.R. Wm. H..a'd. 
ShipJ...y.,..:...... Wallace ...... l'erlh .........}: Brishm. 

flulh Quebec.. Levi............ Levl............ \\'. McKenney_ 

ouya ............ Heach ......... Ontario. N.R. Juhn F
rewell, 
Spooner Pond. .................. Hil.hmond.... Oeo. Hatton. 

uT1ni IIIJe
tllt. 
nnnidllll'.... Simcoe, 
. R. .John ({r,ss. 
Tottpnhnm ..... 1'..cllms..th... Siml'OO, S.R.. D. 1/lIllid/lY. 
Trout Rivor .... Godm','hpst'r Huntln
don .hlB Wlltti"r, 
Wyoming ....... J>l.,'mpton .... J,amtton...... Geo. BrowJl. 
Wroxeter........ llowick ....... Huron ........ A. l.'attlJn. 


The Po
tage ratps and rf\guJationB on Iptt..rs within 
Canaùll. to thp I..ower Briti"h Province
. the U nit..d Statl's, 
Cali,hrnia aud Ilregc,n, liS a l ".. to G!,eat Britain 
lId Ireland. 
rellJain the 101Ull.. as pl' blishcd III last year s Alroan
c, 
pllge .U, 
BRITISH COLOYIES AYD FOREIGY COU:'\"TRIE8. 
By Cawulian Line of Stl.r''TnI'rs. 


PER I Pi.1I. 
PLACE 
}-f 
OR CoUNTRY. OZ, oz. 
OUT l rency. 
s. d. s. d. 
. Aden ............ ...... 1 2 
*A.fri,'a. W.Coast ...... 1 2 
.\ 1geria...... ...... 0 10 1 8 
.AU!-Iral'at...... ...... 1 2 
*Do t..)lar"eilles 1 i 1 10

 
Au
tri:i ........... ...... 1. 5 
*Brazil ............ ...... 1 lOX 
*Ca
leC.!'tCa..tJe ...... 1 2 
*Cupé O'd Flope 1 2 
Ceylon ............1...... 1 2 
*LO.l..
larsdlles 1 7 I 10%" 
*Cbili ............ 1 ......;3 1}2 
*China ............ ...... 1 2 
ConBtautinople. 1 0 2 I 
*Cuh<t {via U.".) ...... 0 9 
*B
ypt ............ ...... 1 2 
*t!\lklanù 181'd" ....,. 1 ... 
France ............ 0 10 1 8 
*uamhia ......... ...... / 1 2 
Oihrultar ......,.. ...... 1 2 
German StateI'. ...... 1 1 6 
Do. (it" dirpl'ted 
ti,L Fmnce) 0 11 1 10%" 
*r;old Coast...... ......\1 2 
Greece ............ 1 6 2 11 
*Grey town ...... 1 2 
HuwhUl.g......... ...... 1 5 
*H
y'i ............ ...... 2 2 
lI..lland ......... ...... 0 11 
*lndiu 1 2 
*Do.v.
lars..iIles 1 7 1 lu
 
Ionian Islands. 1 10!";'; 
*'llldt'il'a ......... ...... 2 8 
Malta............,.. ...... 1 2 
MaUl itiua> ........ ...... 1 2 
"}Iexicovia U.S. 1 3 
Modtma ........... 1 3 2 6 


PLACE l'{;l l P{; 
OR CoUYTRY. oz. OZ. 
Cur rency. 

. d. s. d. 
>.:
IontQ Video... ...,..It 10% 
'''pl..s ........... 1 5'2 11 
"'Xatal .'.......... ....../1 2 


e
 Grenlida.. ...... / 1 10}-f 
!O:\"ew Zf'lIltmd.. .....' 1 2 

orwl\\' .......... ...... 2 3 
.
Panuml\v.U.8. ......1 3 
Papal 
takR.... I 5'2 11 
Parma&: Plac'tht I 3:2 6 
I'enang........... ....../1 2 
.Peru ........,..... ......'3 1(2 
Pohmd ........... .....i1 10}-f 
o!OPortng;31......... ) 101 8 
Pru'"'''ilt......,.... ...... / 1 6 
Ilh..nbh Prov's 
of Prussia.. ) 11 1 10
 
ftus;.ili ........... ......'1 10y:; 
.":'t. Hell'na...... ...... , '1 2- 
"'Sand wieh Isl'
. 
ria U. S. ..... ......0 9 

ardillia J 11 1 10% 
4ierra Leone ... ... ...11 3 
e
in
lIpore ..... ......,1 2 
...
\I...in I 
(If via Fruncp ) 1011 8 
*SUlllst.B........ ......11 2 
:;wedcn ........... ......,2 1 
';wI' zerllmd..... ) 111 10
 
.;\fia.............. I 02 1 
l'.n
CBnv ......... 1 32 6 
\',,"et. Lomb'd, I 32 6 
"'Yi
o ...........,:. ......;3 4 
W Indi"B (ßrit. ..... 1 1 2 
*W.IndieR(For ...... 2 2 
(exce
.t'p: CuI.. 
& Dal.i
h \\".1 
W. Inllies (D'sh ...... 1 3 


Upon Lett.,r8 for those places marked {"'}, preps)ment is 
compulsury. 
t Embracinl! all Coloni.e knowD thereby. 
Tbe above Hates (except al! far I\S rl'l!srd.. the de!'Jtin'ttions 
of Cuba.. ;\Iexico, i)anama and Ihe Sandwich IRI/lnd
) ar" 
t:.'II,'ulated fur the Canadian }Iuil Steamers from the St. 
!.awr.,nce. 
" hen L,,
tt'rs a1'fl 8(>nt hv the ""iI'! fl)f F.nl!land. t'ia the 
United SlateR. whetber !ì)r a Hriti
h or Cmadi:tn ruckel. 
a Um,,'d Stat..R trRn
it rate of 2

d, currencj per 

 ou[\('e 
iB "hilI glilahle In 1I1Idition. 
(ktt.,rs to bd st'nt tria Marseilles must be so addres!'ed.) 
REOJ!!TER
:TI I BTTERS.-For regulations affecting, B'!C AI- 
maItac for 1858, page 45. 
BOOK POST WITH E
OL
ND.-Sce al80 la.st year's Almanac, 
page 45. 
llOOK PO.,T BETWI!E:oI" CAYAD_' AYD }'RA
CP..-S I' do. do. 

EWSP"'PERB AND OTHER PR'NTED I\1ATTER.-Tbe re(!ula- 
tions r..main the SlIme as stated in Almanac for 18;'8, 
puges 45 and 46. 


Offices Closc(1. 


IU:I!E OF OFfiCE. TOW:VSHIP oR SEIONIORY. COUYTY. 
!lfattliwa ........... IInda>on Hay Station on Ri\"er Ottawa. 
11..)er8hurl( ...... 
..ymour............ Nurthumu"rland, .E.R. 
P"nthc 
liIlq ..... Ow"low .......'..... Pon'ial'. 
8in llilrville ...... Dinhrook .......... W..ntworth. 
T....lld w..n ." ...... I'lantllganet....... Pr

cott. 
WiI'klow ........... IIaldinumd ........ Northnmbt-..land,W,R. 
W) tou .............. Nisl!ouri... ......... )litld;e
ex, E. n. 


LI!!t of {,han
e8 In tbe N'anlc8 of' P. Officcs. 
N \ME OF OFFICE. T
;I



:
.R COU
TY. 
:
f



 
Bellamy's 
liIlR Ramsay... ... J an ark, \V.H. CJayton. 
Elma ............. Elm"........... Perth ......... '}'1'0" bridp:e. 
."Btlands ....... He
tigouche. lIo11aventurc lIunm'mt'de. 
FI.,- ......... ...... Flol'...... ...... Simcoe, 
. H. Cr..hth 0I8t. 
lIaltiimand ...., Hnldtmanll.. :\orthumb'd C:raft"n. 
:\1erritt

 ilIe... f'row land .... W ('Ihm'j...... W..l1/1nd. 
:\"ew nope ..,... W'atprloo...... W!ltf\rloo, N. n"'Jll'h'r. 
Otr,nahce ........ Oton7lh..e. ... Peterboro' ... Rtot'ne, 

t.Thomlls,C.E. Ft. Tbomas... 
Iontmagny. 
lolltll1a!!ny. 
8orllba.........,.. "(jp'on ......... BlIgot ......... St. }'p dT,.tOD. 
The 'ate .'
unT1ldalp iõ:tll1ion" OfficI', P. Pilton, PustwlI.,.ter. 
cal:ed .. New Lowell," from 1st Apt'il, 1858. 
l441] 



42 


JUDICIARY. 


[1859. 


JUDICIARY-UPPER CANADA. 


c.'urt of ElYor and Appeal,--.Judges. the Judges of t.he 
Superior Coul'fsof Law and Equity. aud lIou, J. H, \tacRU- 
lay, t.:x Chlet Jus1Íce of the Common 1-'lells. Clerk, the 
Regislrar of the Court of Cha',cery. Toronto. 
COllri of QIUtn'S Bmcl,.-Cltief .Justice. non. Sir .J. B. 
Robiuson, Bart. Puisne JI.dges. Hon. Arch. lUeT.ean and 
It. K Burns. C'l..rk of the l'rown and Pleas, C. C. Small. 
Reporter, Christopber Hobinson, Toronto. 
Court of Chuncpry.-Chancellor. lIon. W. n, Blllke. 
Vice-Chancellors. lIon. J C. P, Esten and .J. G. Spnt.g
e. 
!Ilastel', A. N. Buell. Registrar and Reporter, A. Urant. 
C"urt of Cummon Plms.-Chief JUHice, Hon. W. H. 
Draper, C. ß. Pui/me Jud
es, lIons. W. ll. Ri<'lulfIls alld 
.J. 11. Ungarty, Clerk uf the Crown and Pleas L. 1I,'yd..n. 
Reporter. 
. C. .Jones, 'J.oronto. Clt,rk In Chambers, W. 
n. lIewal'd, Toronto. 
Clprl.s of Assize.-W. A. Campbell, Toronto; the Deputy 
Clerk" of the Crown are ex.otficio Clerks of As..ize and 
!Ilarshals in their respective counties. 
Deput" ClJ>rl's of the CTown.-The Clt'rk" of the County 
Courts will be ex-officio Deputy Cle. ks of the Crowu and 
Pleas of their several counties as the pr.,bent iucumbents 
vacate by d..a.th ur othen\ise. 
Deputy ",Iuslers anti Rl'gisfrars in Chancl'ry.-These 
<lfficen; lire IIppoiukd lJy the Court, for each County, 88 
occasion req Ulres. 
Law Terms.-I1ilary be;dns first !lJondfty In February, 
and end, Satufltay uf the ensuing week; Easter oo;!;inH::!rd 
lIIonday in !\III}', and enlts 
aturday of the en
uing week; 
'frinity begins III..nIlHY next !lft.er21st Au
ust.a"d endR "n 
the :5aturl1a}" of tht' ensuing week; :\JÌI'haelmas begins tld,'d 
Monday in NOHliubPr and "'nds 
aturday of [he ensuing 
",ce1\.. Long vl\cation from 1st July to :lIst August. 
ChanCf'ry Terms.-}
xamination T...rms-From 1st Tues, 
dav of February to the /Saturday after :lud TUt'H,'ay uf 
M'Lrl"h; al,l"1 from hI. Tnesday of 8eptt'mbt'r t.o the Saturday 
after 2ud Tuesday uf Octoher. Hearing Terms-From 1st 
Mond.\y in Ap!"il until Saturday of the f"lhwin
 week; 
. ani! f.."m 1st 
IunctHY in November until 8atllrdlty of the 
fullowin
 week. The Cou!"t al>:o t'it
 e\'er.v 'l'ue
day (ex- 
cept during the regular vacati("Ills) thl'OulI;bout the Yellr, 
fo!" hearing mutions f"r D...crees. motions f ,r ur to di""u!\'e 
..-pechl i"jllnctiun
. and appeals f..om tae reports .of the 
Ma
ter .or {)pput,y :\laI'ters. 
Law Cir
u;ts.-The Circuits are beld twice a year in each 
Count
', betwepn Hilary and Ea!\ter Terms, and between 
Trinitv and :\1ichaehruu; Terms. except in the County of 
York,"wherethere are three in each year. commelH'ing on 
the first Thur
day in January. the flra<t Mouday in :\Iay, 
and tbe spcond :\Jondlty in October, in ellch year. There 
are Rix Cirf'uits, as follows. viz:- The Ellsfrrn: Perth, 
Cornwall. Ottawtt, L'Orij!;nal. ßrockville. /I'mII': NiaJ!a.'a. 
Hamilton. ßaJ'ri", Ow..n Suund. lIIilton. M...rritlsville. Ur.-.s- 
Urn: 8t. Thuma!!, 
ltndwich, Sarnia. Chatbam. Londun, 
Goderich. "lidland: Whitby. l'eteJ'boro'. Cohourl!. Helle- 
ville. Picton Kinl!SlOn. O:rfm-d: Simcoe, lIranlti.rd Gu..lph, 
llerlin. Stralford, Woodstock, Cliyuga. Tl)rontn: Toronto. 


Chancery Circuits-F()r the Examination of Wìtnesses. 
(Home.) Toronto; (West.) Godel"ich. London, Cbatbam, 

hgara. Hl\milton. ß!lrrie; (East.) C..bourg, lItlleville, 
Kingston. lIrockville. Ottawa and Curnwall. 
Hrir and Droispe Court.-Commlssioners. th.. Judges of 
the "uperior COlll.tS. anI such other persons as ma.\' be 
appointed by commi
sion under the Ureat Seal. 'fheir 
duti
s are to deteJ'mine clllims to lands In Upper Canada, 
for whkh no patent has i
sued from the Crown in fa,"our 
of the proper cltlimauts. wlu.th..r a
 heirs. devi
ees or as- 
"ignl.'es. 8ittin
saL Toronto first Monda.vin .January and 
.July iueachyear. Clerk ofCumwissitlners. W. H.lleward. 
SlIrrngatR. CIJurts.-ThAse Courts are now rl.'g"IJlated by 
22 Vic. c. 93. C. }O'ltzgibbon, Surrogate Cle. k. Toronto. 
Cnul'lty Cnurfs.-Presided over by a re"illent .'udge in 
each county. 'l'ht'ir jurisdiction ext.end.. t.o !Ill per".onal 
I\clions wbrre the debt or damaglJs claimed d . not exceed 
;(5U; and to all SUils relatiu
 to debt. co\emlllt or con- 
trltct, where Ihe "mount is ascertl\lned by the acts of the 
pHrtie" or 
igllature of the defendant. to ;(IuO; I\nd cases 
of Torts to )Jersomtll"hattels. to ;(30; but not to CII!leS in- 
volving the title to land.., validity of wills. or acti()lIs for 
HI...!. slauder, crim c)n., or seduf'tiJn. Au app
"llies to 
ei her uf the Superior C'.ourtl< of Law. Th""e C ,urts also 
posses" 
uit:v puwer" nnder 16 nc. c. ll
, subject to an 
appelLl to the Cuurt of Cbancery. 
C'lmty Ctmrt T.rms commence on the first :\Ionday in 
.January, April. July aud Uctober. and end the ',,\lowing 
Saturday. Sittinl!s for the trial of causes are the same as 
the Quarter Sessiuus. 
QuartR.r &$Kions.-Chairman. tbe County .Judl('e In each 
county. who, with one or more .JuslÏl"es of the I'ea('e, holds 
a Court uf Quarter 
e>:;si.ons iu bis county four times a year 
for tl'i"ls by jury In cases of larf'eny. mi
delllt'lluor and 
other offl'nceM. Sitting". &ef'ond Tue"day in March. .lune, 
September and November. with power .of adjournment. 
Re.cm-dprS' CourU.-In the Cities of Toronto. Hnmilton, 
Lnndon. l\:ingston. and Ottawa. the lte<'orders' Court. takes 
the place of the County ÑJs!!ionR. tbe .Ju...tÏcel' r.)r Counties 
havillll no jurisdiction in the Cities-the care of whi"'l is 
ctlnfided to the ltt'corder, Mayor, Ald..rm",n and Police 
:\Iagi...lrate of eaeh. The City Sl.'s"illns are h...ld on the 
fir!'.t Jlonday in January, April, July and November. 
Insolvent .Deb/oT's Courl.-The County Judge in each 
county presIdes. 
Ditwrm Courts-For tJ1e.RlII;rlI!
lIry disposal of CIIses by 
the County Jud>1:e!l. ,heir JurIsdICtion ex
nd" to actions 
of debt or contract amounting to J::t5; injuries or torts to 
p..rsonal chlittelR amou..tinl(' to;(IO. Court" are held once 
in two mont.hs in eIIch divi"ion, or oftener. al th.. dbcretion 
(.f thtj Jndt{e. The DiviRions are established by the ('ourts 
of Quarter Se"sions. The .lurisdlction of the"" ('.ourls hlU! 
been det..rmln.d by the Act 18 Vlc. c. 125. Jud
es under 
the Divi"l..n Court.s }o:xtenRion Act for frllminl! /lules for 
Divi
lon Court.. :-8. B. Harrison, Toronto; G. 1\11I\loch 
ßrockville; J, R. Gowan. Barrie; E. C. Camphell. 
iHgara: 


Clerks Bnd Lh:nUs uC Dtvision {'OUt.t>>. 
In the þ)llnwing. thl'. Limits of Ditoision Orurt,ç are rmly git'en wllPre cllan.f!cs hav
 been made sincl' thepublico.tirm of our 
ùut Almanuc. In [/wse f"huntia where Ule Limits are unaltR.red, a rej/!-Tence 1$ made to the page uPV''' which thry aTe 
gi'ven in (JUT issue fur 1858. 
DRANT. ELGIN. lots north of the Unhn road; thence 
For Limits set Almanac, 1858, page 59. Di1.isÙm Cnurts. ea-terly along the said road in fr..ut of 
Co I.-C()mpri8in
theTown..biJlofBa.y- the said "ecnlJd r!lnge of Ints a>:; ati.re- 
I. I1t'nry Ra"ey ............. Brant o,:tl ham. Clerk , 
imon 
ewcoUlb , Vienna. said uutil it meets the Hin'J' road; 
n. .Iohn A. Penton ...........,.... l'an8 t hence southerly alun/! th.. Hh er rO/ld 
III. Samuel Slant.on......... St. G.'orlle I1.-('omprlsing the Town
hipR of until It meets the north tlhor" of J.ake 
I\'. Lptmd"r D. :\Iarks.......... Hurford :\Ialabicteaud South DorC'ht'ster. Clerk, Erie. Clerl., James Farlpy, 
t. Thomas. 
V. .1a n..!\ 
hlcolm............ Scotland William Campbetl, A}"lmer. . . 
VI. R ,Lert Wade.............. TnscarorB 1 n -Compdoinl! the 'l'own
hip of T IV'IÇomrr
sJIIg all that part oflhe 
Y:lrmouth. and all tllHt. p"rtion of the. . owns "r c; 
nl
t

old Dot lnclu
pd 
CARLETON. Tuwuship of S .uthwoIct whil'h lit's to 10 the 'Ilurd DHI
lnn..t.nl!':tllt'r w!th 
FoJ7' Limits lee Almn"1læ, 1858, pages the north-past'llld eli_t of the follnwir'/l 1'1) 
lIlch of thp -rnwn"hlp ot Duu
ll'h 
59 anti 60. line. thaI. i" to) SHV. cOUlm..ncin
 on the a

I;
 to th
!l'?
t.h-el1t an
 
"
t "tltl:e 
I. Genrg p R. Burke............: Ottawa 'fnwn
hip ,,:ud County line b
tw.."n 
IumlJ

.
r !'i
'I
I

g!!el

1 :.n";.
I
 !'
i
 
II " A I
ryt!"u....... ...... Ihchm ,nd tIll' T .wn.hlp
 <If \). 1,,\\'l1r... and Snuth- T'\wlI!<hip I,f Dunwich Clerk, Willillm 
lB. .JI
hlll....n.tlln ........::....,. I\ewton wc
ltl..\\her"the 
h\l10t!t ml'
ts thP I Harris.louJ.. 
IV. \\ m D.I'I
lItt...... } It,,roy Harbor I s.lId hno; thenct' alnnl!; Ih.. !lhtl road T . . 
Y. Willi un Cowan...... 
"rth t}'\wpr S/\lIth-easterly to where it me.ts th.. "-c
mprl"lDg 
II that .part of t
e 
VI. Ira 
I.}rgan ................... )I
tcalf road in frc>nt uf th
 secund ran 6 e of Townshl)J of DunwlCh not mclud"d 111 
1 4 -1 2 1 



1859.] 


the Fourth Divisio I, to;!ethpr \\ith the 
TownFhlp (If Aldhorough. Clerk, }'in- 
lay McDermid, - 
ESSEX. 
F>r Limits see Almanac, :!.858, page 60. 
I. JOFpph !ttercer............ Sandwich 
n. AlauI'on Hot
ford... Amher!'tlmrg 
III, Jam..s l\:in2:..........,.... King
\,ille 
IV. G. Bul'hau
n.............. Colchester 
T. Jonatban \n
field .......... ;\lprFea 
VI. FI'auci
 Gfltham ......... Hochester 
FRONTl:.:'<
C, LEI'í:SoX, A:SD ADDl!'\GTON. 
DiI.is;rm Ctrurts. 
I,-Compri
in:! the City of King

nn. 
the To" ushipnflIowebl"I,dand \\ oIfe 
IFlaud. ami all that part ot the Town- 
ship of PittFbl1r!!h soulh and WpFt. of 
the rear of the 5th Conces
inn thereof. 
Clerk, E. A. BUrrowes. Kingston. 
II.-Compri-inv: thefirFt and Fpl'ond 
Wards of the TownFhip of l
rnpHt Town 
(except the .Uh ConceFsion thpreof) 
aud the Town
llIp of Amh..rst Island. 
Glnk, Edward Wri
ht, Bath, 
III.-Compri!<in!Z; thA Town"hip of 
Frederickshurgh. oridnlll and a.ldl- 
tional. (p},c..pl thp f)th !lnd 7th Concps- 
sion8. awl all oth..r parts nnrth of Hay 
Bay) aud the '1'o\\lI<hip of Ad"lphu
- 
town. (,lp/'k, Edwin .Mallory, .Frede- 
rick
hurgh. 
IV.-CJmp1"isinll; the TownFhip of 
Rl<'hmontl. iJlcludinlC Napan..e.and the 
6th Imd ilh Conl'eFsions of the Town- 
ship of Fr..d..rkksburlCh. Imd all other 
parts of the "amA 
orth of Hay Day, 
Cl.erk, G. S. CI!lpp 
apanee. 
V.-CompriFing tht> Town"hip of 
Camden Ea-t (excppt the !Jth CODces- 
!!ion. and thst part of thp 8th lonct's- 
!!ion north of Salmon Hh'er). Clerk, 
Wm, Whelan. Centre\'ilIe. 
Yl.-Compri
ing the Town
hip of 
Lout.(hborou
h. and thA Township of 
Bedford. Clerk, Ed. Upham, Lough- 
1Jorou:;h. 
VIl.-CompriFin
 the Township of 
KIngston (Axcppt that part of the wes' 
tern aoJ,lition I
 ing north of 
lud Lake). 
m..rk, Peter )lc.Kim, Waterloo. 
VIII -ComprIsing the Township of 
Sbeffiel,l snd the tH h ConCt'F
ion of the 
TüwnFhip of Camden, and all that p..rt 
of the "th r.once

ictß of Camdpn north 
of 8almllll River. and the Town-hip" of 
K..lador. K..nnphec. Barrie. Anldespa, 
AhinK..r. Effinl!ham. A"bly. snd Dprby 
Cl..r',., Frankliu :5eld..n. Tamworth, 
IX.-
Ier:?:ed in No.3. 
X.-C.mpriFinl! the 'rowD
hip!! of 
PortJ,md and lIi<'hiubrooke. and the 
TownFhips of Old..n. o
o. Clarendon. 
anti I'>lhn..r"ton. r'lerl<, Ssmuel !5tew- 
art. Spike'8 Corners. 
Xl.-Cllmpri.in
 the 3rd. 4th, and 
5th Wards. and thp \\ hole of the 4th 
Conce"siun of the Town_hip of Ernl'st 
Town, a'lci all that part of th.. we"tprn 
addition of Ibe T"wmhill of Kinl!"ton 
IJin
nnrth of :\Iud Lake. Clerk, Henry 
Pult?, Wilton. 
XII.-Compri.in!! tbe To\\n
hip of 
8torrinp:tun. !lnd all that pllrt of the 
Town
hip of Pitt"hllrl!h. uorth of tht> 
rear of t.hp [.th ('onr'e

i"n th..reof. 
Clerk, Ilu;;h CUUlph..lI. :5torriugton. 
GltF:Y. 
]>i1'i.,'mn f1.urtl'. 
I,-f',omp: i..inJ: the Town of Ow..n 
Sound. Town plot. of ilrouke.:uHI Town- 


JUDICIARY. 


43 


Fhipl' of Derby, I{ppppl. S
'deDham, HURON A:'<lI BRUCE. 




a

:I

' Clerk, William Smith, Dirision Churts, 
Il.-CompriQing the Townships of I.-CompriFing thtt pArt of tbe 
Bentinck snd Glenelg, and all that Town
hip of Goderidl to the nortb of 
part of the TownFhip of NorDlanby the Cut Liue slid th.. 11 IIl'IIn Huad, 
Fitu!lte north of the centre of the aI- until the Fame m...t
 the ru,,,1 >I\low- 
lowance (..r road lJt,t.ween 11th and ance betwe..n the 131h an I Uth Con- 
12th Concp"Fion!<. a11l1 hetwppn Lot,,35 cel'sio',!;. thpn ba,'k /llun:! Ih.. IIu'on 
and 31) in the 2nd and 3rd C"ncesFion8. road t.o it8 JUDclion "ith thp rnt line; 
and hetw..en 1,'ltS 12 and 13 in the 18t th n w.."t by tb" rnlld all..\\ance be- 
('oncp"Fion wpst of the Gamfraxa rO!ld twe..n ConceF"ion8 11 and U to the 
and all thllt ptrt. of the To\Vn!<hip of Riv. pr 
Jaill:md: th,..n !llont.! the Ri
er 
j<
gr..mont north of thl' centr.. nf the "altlaDd to God..nch. togeth..r with 
allowllnre 'fir road hetween Lots 12 and I th
 Township of Cully). ne. (
ej'/.;, P. 
13 in 1st f'once,,
ion. IInrt Lots 28 and A. 
IcDoIlJal1, Godel ich. 
29 in the 2nd and 3rd Conl'..ssi"n8 ea!<t. II -Comt>d
ing tbl' Town-hip of 
of the Garafmxa rOHd an
 bptwet'n tbe '\IcKinop. /Ill Tncl,er.mith Fonth :md 
]5
h. and lüth COnCI'
Flons. Clt1'k, e/l"t. of thp Mill rondo IInd of 'he road 
"Wtlltam .Jackson. Durham. hPtween Lot!! 20 anol 21 on the 1Ft IInd 
IIr.-Compl'iFin
 the Townl'hip of 2nd Con.'e"Flnn8 whkh rOlld I"11ns from 
f:t. ''inc..nt, ,nd the we
t hlllf of the the Huron road to th.. 'liII....ad. Cilrk, 
Township of Euphrasia. Clerk, John Ludwig Meyer. IIarpurhpy. 
Will
lIm", 
Ipati)rd. III -('ompriFin" the Towu"hips of 
I
.- CnmpriFing tb
 To
 nFl1ip .of Huron, Klncardin;. and T\ruce. Clerk, 
Colhnl!wood. fhe..aBt ha,fof huphraFul. C R Parker \'enetangore. 
and eaFt balf "f Osprey. Clerk, Thop. ., , 
J. Uourk, Cullingwood. TV.-CompTising tIle Town8bips of 
V.-CompriFin!l: the TownFhips of Biddu'llh an
 
lc.nillivray. Clerh,Geo. 
ArtemeFia, I'rotun. and lIIelancthon. Cal ter, :\lcGlIhvtay. 
th.eweFthalfofO!<prpy.andthera.gps V-CompriQin" the TownFhips of 
I.vm!r plllalll'l to. the '1'oronto an
 
y-. Stephen, Uslx>rn;. Knrt th"t pnrti..n of 
dpnhRm Road. In the TownFhlp ot the Town"hip of Hay tn the ..a.t of the 
G1l' llel lC.. Clerk, John W, Armstrung. t\th ani ith Conc...
si nit "f the !'aid 
ArtemeFIs. Towni\bip of I1ay. Clerk, ThoI', Triyitt, 
YI.--{'ompriFino!' the TownshipI' of Devon, London road. 
g


':
1 aë
a
s

;t1n. Clerl.:, Henry 'T.-Comprising HIe Town8hipø of 
_' . Ashfleld and Wltwanm.h. CIeri., John 
\n.-:C.,mr
i
ingHllth
tpartofthl' Cooke Wawanosh. 
TownFhlp of f\;OI'manhv situate south ' 
of. he centre of th.. sllowllnl'c for road VII.-Comprisinl! thA TownslJlp of 
Ix-tween the 11th lind 12th Conc..s
ionl'. Stllnley, an'l that portion nf tlle Town- 
and bptwp..n I..ots 35 and Sf) in the 2nd Fhip of God. rich to the snuth of the 
and 3rd Conl'pF8ions.ltnd b,.twepn Lots Cut Line and the Huron .o"d. until 
12 anrl13 in the 1st f'-onl'e8'ioD west of the same join!; the road l)t'h\et'n thtJ 
the Oarafrax8 m!ld; /lnd all Ihat part 13rh and !-llh ConceHsinn"nf Ihe Town- 
of the Townshh1 of El!;rl'mont l
lnp: Fhip of G..derkh; thpnce alnn
 the 
Fouth <of the c!'ntre of the allowance 
>lid ('oncl'FHion r",..l nntil the Fame 
for rnad h..twef>n Lob, 12 and 13 in the joins the River Uayfi..ld; thence alnng 
1st. Conce!<Qinn e.a"t of the Gllrafl'!lXa the !!aid Rivprto L,ke I1uron together 
rondo ,mol behn'en the 15th amI 16th with all th/lt portion of thl' Town,hip 
ConcesHions of E)!;rem nt afor..Fltid. of Hay to thlJ WpFt of tIll' u'b >lnl! ith 
Clerk, J. N. Yeomans. Mount }'orest. ('onceH!<ioDs of the B/lid 1owl1!<hip of 
Hay, Olerk, David II. Ritchie. Ba)"field. 
YnI.-Comprl.in
 tbe Town
hips 
of ßr.mt. Carl'Ï<'k. Gr..eml<"k and that 
por'ion of thp 1'nwnship f Eldpr-lip ItU 
soulh of the 8th ('onc. H
iou, includmg 
.lIid F.th Con. Clerk, Jametl JamietiOn, 
Walkerton. 
IX.-Compl'iFing tIle TownFhlp!! of 

aulre<'n. Arr!ln. "ì:uabt'I,an,lsll of the 
Township of t:ldeT
lie to tht> nor
h of 
the Sth Olßce,,
iou of the To"n
hlp of 
the Faid T"wn.hip nf Ehl..r-lie. Clerk, 
John Eastwood, 8outhaUlpt<.n, 
X.-C"mpri
inl!: thp Town..hip of 
Hullett. and tha( pnrti..n ..c th,' 
Iait- 
I/lnd C"nCf'F
i"n 01 th" To" n-hip of 
Gorterich whil'h is bnund..d on th" wp
t 
by a pm-tlnn of the l{in'r M>litlllnd and 
the road blltween tl... 11th aTllI 12th 
c.,nce8sioDI'. pxtending fr,.m the junc- 
tion of I h.. Cut Lin.. to the ,,
irl Hiver 
!\I:Jitl:md: the 14th. I:\th. 16th. IInd 
lith ConcCl'-iOnF of the !'aid T.",n
hi\1 
of Ood..rieh and th..t part of Ihp T.n'n- 
.hip of Tuckl'rFJlllth. IM,uIlo1...t on the 
we"t hv thp London ffllId. on the north 
h, th..'lIuron rl'Hd (,n the ..""t h\' tho 
:-;id... Jim' I>l'tw....n I.o's 2. 1 lIud 21 and 
Oil th.. Foulh b thp 
IiII rOlld, CILrk, 

.lluueill. }{ance, Clintvn. 


HALlIl'\l 
:'<D. 
Fùr Limit.
,s('.('. Almanac. 1858, page 61. 
I. W. Thompson... Caledonia Yilla)!;p 
IT. nt'O. 8. Cotter ... ..'......... (';" u)!;a 
III .Tohn Armuur ....., ...... DumÙ ill" 
IY. '\-m. .Ion..s ....... Rainll1tm I"entrp 
V. Isail' Bowman......... ('!lnhoroug:h 
VI. Ed. It, Kent.......... William,,\ilIe 


HALTON. 
Fhr Limits, s('.('. Almanac, 1858, pn{}c 61. 
I. .John Holgate................. 
1iJton 
II. Uohert Raimer.... ........' O>1k viJle 
III. Rubert Young ........ Stewarttown 
IV. Kpnupth c:rant ............... Acton 
V. .1. H ('hi!<holm..... Campbelll'vllIe 
VI. W. McKay ..................,.. 
e180n 


HASTlNG8. 
Jibr Limits, let .Almnnac, 1858, pagu 
61 and 62. 
I. Arch. Pnntun............ Bellpvll1p 
II. N. K..tl'l...son...... ,........ !:Oi.hlpy 
III. lIir>lm IInlt\en ..... 
hannon\ iI.... 
1 Y. Hnllert. !IIcC..mmon........ '1.w....d 
V. Wm. .Iwld.................. Stirlill)!; 
VI. AI"xander .Iudd............ 
J>ldo(' 
YIT. ,Tame-.I Ihan........ "':J
t 
It.lr.. 
VIII. 8. \l \\ashhurn. .CannifT's \Jill" 
I
. Jel'emi.,h 
iI\lIllOIl
...... Trenton 


l 443 1 



44 


JUDICIARY. 


[1859. 


XI.-Com?rising the T'lwnships of 
n"wkk. Tllrnl>e Ò', 'turris. and Gr..y. 
(,lak, Benjamin F,.slkk, Ain
leyville. 
XII.-Cumvri.in!r tho Tnwn"hip
 of 
CtJlr"8
, Kinloss,:mcl thatI' Irti..nofthe 
Towll-hip of Green'\Ck from itB !'outb 
boun,hry Ill' nor.th to thA line of rosd 
b..tween thA litb aud lAth Conce
. 
sion" of th{' "aid rownship of Gre{'nock. 
Clerk, George Cromar, IUversdale. 
Kl:NT. 
Fù7' Limits. !11'e Alnwwtc, 18513,p8. 1\2.3. 
NOTE.-Di1'. vn. TownsbipofOxfon] 
shlluld re:td Orfurd. 
1. T. Olendinning.... ......' Chatham 
IT. Oeon!:e On"k ......... ...... )torp{'th 
III. D u'id \Vall:l(
e... ...... Dawn 
hl1s 
IY. OINrge Young ............ Ihr

ir'h 
V. Jam
s Little............. De:il10wn 
VI. R. )1itch..II, .........., Wallliceburg 
VII. T. !Udl",y .................. Clearville 


LAMDTOY. 
Fur Limit", see Almanac, 1858,pagr. ro. 
I. ThumaI' Forsvth .... ......., Sarnia 
II. J. F. Elliult :.....,........ Warwi,'k 
II I. O..m'ge 'I. Webster ...... Dr..Bdlm 
IV. Frllw'is .J. Sawyer ... Wlillaceburg 
v. 1'hulmt" SI'Ott' ................. 
;rrnl 
YL .J>tmes Wyld ..............._ Widder 
VII. Wm. Macpher8011. '" Moore Town 


L4.YARK ASB RE:fFREW, 
R>r Limits. ,.æ Almanac, 1858, page 63. 
1. ('hnrl.." H. 
.t('he ......... Perth 
n. Wm. Rohl'rtBon ......... Lanll.k 
II L .JaB. C. Poole .....' Carlton PIlleI' 
I\". H. U;uppr ......... Smith's FlI)ls 
v. 'roo. Taylor ........... I'akcnh>lm 
Vr. Geurj!e Ross ... Renfrew Village 
VII. G..org.. Brown ........ '" Duu-clas 
VIII. Andrew Ining ....... Pembroke 


LEED'iI .

D GRESVILLE. 
Fbr Limit.;, see Almanac, 1858, page 64. 
I. .John B. .Tonp
 ......... Brockville 
I I. Thnma'! Hlirri
on ....... Prescott 
HI. .JlIspph \1cKelvey... OananoqllP 
1\'. Rob."rt Lp"lie . ....... Iiemptville 
V. :\1i/'hapl Kelly...... 
Ierrickville 
"VI John Warr..n ................. Delta 
VII. llimm 'kCr..."......... FrankviIJe 
YIII. Uorul'e Kilborn ......... Newborn' 
IX W W. I{in.
......... Farmer"villo 
X. ThoR Uub..rtBon.... 
p..ncer'.ille 
XI. ,,'arren L,'m"n. North Au
u"ta 
XII. Alfred A. 
tllnro... :\lallorytown 


LINCOLN. 
For Limits, sP
.Almanac, 1858,page 64. 
1. w. ß. Wint.l'rhottom...... 
i"gara 
II. Th"ma" Burns...... 8t. Catberi"PB 
III. lIenry J. Wood.,............ .Jordan 
IV. H.uwl..y Kilborn .....' Bpamsville 
V. A. "orlle ................. Sruith"ille 
VI. A. Wili"n ...... Ahin-cdnn. Caiitor 
"II. G. S..cord... 
t. Aim's, Gaiu6boro 


MIDDLE8EX. 
For Limit.ç, Set Alman.ac, 1858, page 64- 
I. .T..hn C. :\Ieredith ........ I,onilon 
II. .Iuhn Irvin..... .....,...... Komoka 
III. .Iuhu C .al'ners ......... .Jnnl't)uD 
1\T. Wm. F. Bullo.n.......... DeluwHre 
V. Ad:tJll Iht...\i..,......... W tfdsvillt! 
YL Jam..s C. I\:,'..fl.r ....... Slrathl"OY 
VIr. .Jllhn Brown .............. ;\I..lbllrll 
vn\. T. K Fitzg",'a1<1... W..
t 'l;i"souri 
IX. .T. 0,,111101.. .Huru, St. Jobn, ç. .W. 
X. Panl Au-hr................... :'IO>tlrn 
XI. William U. r\iles ...... 
ileBtowrn 


NORFOLK. 
Di1'i:rirm Cvllrt8. 
1.-CompTi6Ing p'trt of thp Township 
of Wur"lhlluse. and th.. Tuwn of Simcoe. 
Clerk, A. ß. Rllpelje, Simcoo. 
II.-Compri
ing the 'l'ownsbip of 
Townseml. Clerk, Oliver ß1
ke, Wa- 
terford. 
IH.-Comprisingthp T'ship of Wind- 
ham. Clerl
, D. W. }4'r"eman. 
imcoe. 
IV.-C()mprising the To\vnBhip of 
)Iiddleton. (;lerk, T. Jellkins, Rolph. 
V.-Comprh,ing the Township of 
C'bnrlotteviJIe. Clerk, "\or. Hewett, 
Vittol'ia. 
YI.-Compri"in" the Township of 
Walsingham. Clerk, And. )lcLelllla, 
I'u r t Rowan. 
VII.-\Jomprif'ing the Town
bip of 
1I0uJ(hton. (,l.rk, 'I'hus. Chamberlin, 
Houghloll Ceutl'e. 
nIl -Cumpri
in
 t.be 'ïl1age of 
Port Hover, and part of Ihe '!'owu,hip 
of Woodhouse. ('ler!.', Saml. Gamblu, 
Port DU\'er. 


NORTllU:II:BERLAYD ASD DURIBM. 
For Limits, see Almanac, 18;;8, pace (j.3. 
NOTr.:-A "h:mze in the Urnit8 will 
be mude in XOveillber, 111.38. 
I. William Cow!e...... Dowlrumville 
II. 8 Hlluel S. Wilmot ... 1\ e\Vca"tle 
111. John T. Day............ Port lIope 
n.. .J. !II. Brodie ............ lIJilibrouk 
Y. Oeorge A. Roswell....... Cohourg 
Vr. .Jalnes G. Rnl!l'rs ......... Grafton 
VB. G. 8. Hurrpii. C..lb'rnet)rHrill:ht'n 
VITI .Johu D..u:!la'! ........ WarKworth 
IX. Edward H. Smith ,... Smithfield 
*.* Ruh Uftke to YII, DÌ\'ision. Olerk, 
JOhll Simpson, Brighton. 


ONTARIO. 
For Limt1s, gU Almant;lc, 18.38. JK'."" 65. 
I. I,. Fairbanks.................. Whitby 
II. .Jospph Wil
on............ Pi"k..rinl! 
III. Hichard I.und .......... Port PI'rry 
IV. .JO!<l'ph Didt..y ............ U"brid,.(1' 
Y. .Juhll :\let.M.llf............ Carrinj!ton 
VI. C. .Robin
ou............... B.....v..rton 


OXFORD, 
Jih' L.:mits, Set Almanac, 18;)8, pa!Ji' 66. 
T. };dwin F. Oahnn ........ Wood stork 
n. Seth ('ow an................. Del...hllm 
HI. D. 'fatlIPsnn .................. }:mhro 
1 V. .Jaml'8 tJ...rr...... ...... r\orwil'hvillA 
V. Da,ld Caufi..ld............. In
..rsoll 
VI. Charles Il:1wkiDs ...... Tilsunburg 


PERTH, 
F!.>r L;mits, s"e Almanac, 1858, page 66. 
I. HII by Wi1liRmR............ 8trlltford 
11. Thomas '1IIthips'In ....... :\lito:hell 
lIT. .11111wl'I Colf'num. 
I.D... St. :\1:Jry'
 
IV. WiIIi.'tm ('n
Qey... .. 8h...kspear.. 
V. S>tlJlu..l Whaley... 'We::st's Cur nero; 


PETERIIORO' A:oID 'l"ICTORa. 
Ditoi!ri.t)n COUI't.,. 
I.-C'ompl'ising the Town"hipl! of 
'Ion'lgh>ln. Smith, guni-mort!. purt of 
f)"nro. Dummer. and Oton..b<"8. Clerk. 
.John JnSI'ph lIall, Petl!rhorll'. 
n.-C.)mpri
ing tllP Town,hlps ot 
f)Ul1lm..r in pout. aud Asphud..1. C[,rl.. 
J
mes J<'oley, Norwood. 
[ 4-!41 


JII.--Compl'i
ing pl\rt of the Town. 
ship of Otuuavet!. Clerk, U. Read, 
KÐt!ne. 
IV.-Cnrr;prisin
 the Township of 
Emily. Clp-rk, 1'. 3tl.ltehett, Olll..moo. 
Y.-CoDlprising theTo"u ot Lindslty 
nnd fhp Towusl:lip of Ops. Cl
rk, .J. W, 
Log;ie, LinrlsRY, 
YI.-Comprlsing the Township of 

Iariposa. Clerk, J. R. LyttJe.l'akwood. 
YlI.-Cumprising the Township of 
Eldon. Cler":, I. J<'l'r:!uSOlJ, \\ uod ville. 
VIII.-Compl"Ìsing the Town
hips of 
Verulam, }'enelon, &>mtJrTille. [!exl"y, 
:lnd Galw.\y Cle:l'l.-, 'f. li. l\obertioll, 
.FenlJlou F...lIs. 


I'RI:SCOTT 
XD RUSSELL. 
Ðit'úrim Court,.;. 
I.-Compl'ising the Township of 
Longueil and front cun('.e
,ion ot the 
'fuwu:;hip of Gtll'lJonia. ..nd Ilurth'ell
t 
part of tbe Town
llip of .-\111"<111. Clerk, 

. .:\L Cu:;hw1In, L'Urignli1. 
II.--Compri!ling the 1'ownship of 
Wl'st Hawk..:;hur.r. from f,'ont of third 
conce..sion tore:tr..fT"wlI
hip: nl
o the 
West purt of Tuwn
hip of ga.t Hawkes- 
bury, from front of ;.:'d conc..ssion, and 
hounded un the ..""t by rOllrlnllowanoe 
between Lots 30 and 
l to rpar of Town- 
ship. Okrk, C. Wat..r!!, "ILnl(l..ekHiII, 
III.-Comprising the Town<hip of 
J<
lLst IIswk..sbul..\.-.that pllrt ..:\.tending 
from fl"Out of 3rd COIICO'S.. all,J oollJlded 
on the we
t by rO>lj IIIJuw:lI.IIe ""tween 
Lots 30 Rnd 31 iu Pilch ('onl'essiOD to 
rear of Thwuship Clerk, Wm. Jame- 
80n, La }4'OUIOll 1'. O. 
IY.-Compri_ing the Township or 

orth I'lallta,;"uel alJd W..
I..rll part 
of South I'lnrJtl1gl'lJet. aud south allil 
north-wp:<t p IrIs of Alfred. Clel'k, .AJ- 
bert Hagar, I'llIlI t...ganet :\1i1Is. 
V.-Comprising the Town
hips of 
Cumberlllnd and ('Iarpnce. Clcrk, J. 
S. Cliweron. Cllm!.Jerl...nd. 
VI.-Comprisillil the Townships of 
Rusl'ell and Cambridge. Clej'k, James 
l
eaY8, Itus8ell. 
Vn.-Compri.ing the Townships 01 
\Vest Illl\\kesbury and Ea,,' Hawkes- 
bury-thos.. p"rts compri"ill)! the two 
front couces
iuns (,f cllch. Clerk, Tbs. 
White, llswkestmry, 
VII1.-Compri
in:.!: the Township I)f 
Caledonia (..x('"pting first. eOJ"'cs
iou), 
and a'
o that ellslel"ll 1';'11, of Sout.h 
Plantl\genet I
'h,g on the p:i:<t.ern "ilW 
of the NHtiolJ HÏ\er, Uerl.-, D. D.Da.r- 
1'ett, Caleduniu .Flats. 
PRIYCE EDW
RD. 
For Limits, see AlmQnae, lR:iS, pafJ' f,7. 
I. .John P. Downcl' ............... Picron 
11. Tbumm; Cook.................. 'lilfurd 
111. 88mu..1 !h1mes........... \lIrthport 
n'. H. C, II. Cutter.... Hnhlin's .'Jill!! 
V. Wm. Youo/?:.............. \\..lIin/?:ton 
VI. Sh..ldolJ 
I'alrurd. Cbl'rr.v \"al1<<';)', 
VII. Joshua 'I. CltIlnHlIl.... Cun
('con 
VIII. E. \\'. WriJo;ht ......... ;\lary"burgh